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 23, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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y Official County Publication Established In 1879 .

City Asked m

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TYi To Assist With

-cps U. S. 301 Expenses I I'I

s 'it ; "If we don't get Highway 301 !

F 'I four-laned before the Toll Road I

is built, we might as well fold up I .

ct fir around here," H. A. Bishop, chair- r.v

nan of the Bradford County Board
SANTA CLAUS Is completely surrounded by wide-eyed youngsters as I of Commissioners told the City
300 )
Youngsters he distributes gifts at the party given for children of Humphreys employee I Council Tuesday night, in an ap-

At last Friday afternoon. ]peal for cooperation from the _
Greet 1 City in obtaining needed rights- S

of-way for the project.

Humphreys Party Local Delegation Is 'Eiicouraged'I I II Bishop reported to the Council

I that Monday a Bradford County j
Approximately 300 children of delegation met with Earl Powers : L _

employees of Humphreys Gold ''State Road Board member for -- --

Corporation, Highland and Trail After Discussing 301 With Powers I II his district and were assured that PILOT JOHN CURTIS.-none the worse for this 20,000-foot jump, is STATE TROOPER Carlos Musgrove and other spectators gaze into

I f the rights-of-way were procur.d pictured above at Conway Airport as helicopter, rushed here from smoking crater marking the spot where jet his ground. Plane wa
entertained ata
Ridge plants, were I Crawford, Rep. Doyle E. Conner.,! the four-laning of Highway Cecil Field waits to pick him up after crash of Jet plane last Friday completely disintegrated with motors believed buried beyond the
last Sat- Renewed hope for four-laning |
Christmas party
gala 01 would be scheduled and com afternoon. bottom of this hole.
Mayor W. T. Jackson,' City Clerk
301 Bradford county '
U. S.
urday afternoon in the Enlisted leted within a reasonable time.
,' Carl Johns, County Clerk Chas.A. .
in the not too distant future

t' Men's holiday Club atmosphere at Camp was Blanding.created by A was voiced by a delegation from,,1, Darby, and Chamber of Com Asks Cooperation HERE TO MAKE .. .
merce: President Andrews.The Acknowledging that both the

the colorful decorations and light' |lng"here who conference attended with an Road"encourag-Board delegation Guy told Powers :ounty and city are in financial Mill :

ed Christmas: tree. traits, Bishop said that some- ;
The consisted of Christ- member Earl Powers in Gainesville that in view of the vital import- .. ;
program i low or other t. in'" >f obtain' Dollar Water Hole
mas songs,on records; group singIng Monday morning. J'ance of this project to Bradford he rights-of-way could b. done
County, it is believed that most
of Christmas carols, led by The delegation stated that ,. f the city and county tackle the
Tommy Colson while Tony Con- Powers was most cooperative and property owners will cooperate tc roblem together."It Mr. and' Mrs. A. C. Ellis of drifted and came to earth in a Lt. R. Norm, salvage officer I

tales played the piano; and a song seemed fully cognizant of the I)the fullest extent in keeping down > koute 2, Starke have been want-!pine tree just west of U. S. 301 rom Cecil Field, who arrived at

and dance act by Phil Vitsky. Aft- need for making improvements on|the cost of obtaining the necessary will be of untold benefit to ng another waterhole for their across from El Rancho Motel t!the scene of the crash by heli-

er a pause for Ice cream and cook- 301 at the earliest possible time. right-of-way. he City," Bishop added, "an'' i ivestock. I The seat from the jet, whicb I..copter about 3 p.m., described the

lee, the children were Invited up | Powers told the delegation that I i hould practically double" the Last Friday afternoon they got I II I;ejects to free the pilot, fell in ar jet-made crater as the biggest

to see Santa Clays, capably por- the State Road Department survey ,City EmployeesWill 1 valuation of city property. me at a cost of more than a open space at the rear of Torena ':he'd ever seen.
trayed by Resale R. Thomas, who,I of the proposed 301 widening project I Bishop said the County Commision nillion dollars. Motel on 301, some five miles from I "There's nothing left to sal; I U $
Get 'Present'i asks that the City obtain the .
distributed gifts to eachyoung[ will be completed soon and I I the But Uncle Sam paid the bill where the main body of the plane vage," he remarked.Lt. f ,
ster Master of ceremonies for the'(that the will then necessary rights-of-way not the Ellises. crashed. t. Norm seemed relieved when
department A Christmas of $10 to limits, and also that it as-
program was George Schaeffer. I{furnish the county with right-of- I.. present ity : The new waterhole was dug)I II A cruising taxi driver, Ellis old by Mrs. Ellis she and her
all city employees, including sev- .ist the County financially in oh-
Arrangements for the party ( tl vhen F7U3 Cutlass Rosier the husband had been
It will be to thee I an jet plane happened to see pilot wanting a
way maps. up eral who have been retired, was 1 the county property n "*d-
were made by members of I county then to have abstracts I ap- aining : rom Cecil Field near Maxville land, and went to his assistance water hole in that location. Otherwise -
proved by the City Council during >d along the highway. j'
Trail Ridge Social Club. Charle,[made and turn, them over to theRoad i lowed into the ground on the Curtis shinned down the tree an1 it would have been the H
J. Schaeffer, who is a member ol: Department, who will then the regular neeting Tuesday nightat "Other cities customarily pay}I I "Mis farm (old Stevenson pecan I asked Rosier to take him to the Navy's job to fill up the huge
l I _
the Enlisted Men's Club, sponsoredthe I Idraw up the deeds. The duty city halLCity for rights-of-way," Bishop told grove) about five miles west of telephone_ office, where he called I avity a difficult task, since w ;
group so that the club facilities .' Clerk Carl Johns said the the Council "Gainesville pays all Starke. the Cecil Field and nost the dirt
i will then be up to the county Traveling near speedof reported the accident of was scattered.f
could be used. :present would be made to 17 workers the costs of road widening within ''
I II1 I Il sound (around 700 miles pet about 2 o'clock. Twenty hrough the woods.
On Saturday morning, Santa again, to get the deeds signed. in the light plant and 30 in the city, and Lake City paid I(
I II I hour) the impact and resulting minutes later a Navy helicopter "Lady, you've got a million
visited ,the homes of all colored l I1 Attending the Monday morning other city employment, making the $150,000, on a road project there. explosion blew a yawning crater arrived at Conway Airport and dollar water hole," he remarked.

employees of both HumphreYIrlantJ i conference with Rowers. wereI cost of the bonus $470. I "The County Commission here some 25 feet deep and 30 feet 'picked up the waiting pilot.I Later, after conferring with s) ,

and distributed toys an I County Commissioners H. A. BIs-1 I He said that this is an increaseof '[paid about $136,000 for the widen- across, out of the ground. The I I I The taxi driver said that Curtis nother Navy technician, it was!
for the children. Jr., M. O. Harrell and E. nine employees over last
hop but
candy year. ling; of Temple Avenue, now plane was completely disintegrated -was apparently unharmed by the isclosed that the big jet would

*awT *,r *- :; .. : it isn't a question of the County. with fragments scattered I j lengthy jump, but seemed "91 I :ost closer to a million and a half
wS& i :-. paying for the additional widening through the woods in all directions little shaky" and complained of dollars.
I '!>m1lJr' V '",',>' "'N r. ".h" of 301 within the city, for Even the twin engines of the new being cold. '
C i i.i'i ;: ': .. :; One thing Mr and Mrs. Ellis
; 1 the is in bad shape finan- I
: .- : ;-*c 'I,,<; -. cially County, with a million dollar bond lieved type jet buried disappeared down and below are the be- I Curtis told his superiors at annot understand: there were
on some 47 head of cattle ir
Cecil Field that hi; had the jet .
r ssue for the last road building bottom of the 25-foot hole. Flame! I 'the area where the jet landed i
rii1 : tying our gasoline t In a climb at about 20,000 feet !i Mrs. Anthony Cermemaro of
.. program up we?;'f ftill )'sible tram crevises.ofthe 4 :Though part;+ from the exploding:
tax fncome'for-mah: yyears.t' pk three days after the crash I Then the engine stalled. When he]I!plane scattered like a machine loreno Motel Is glad this seat

Bishop, who was accompanied Ensign John Curtis, 26, pilotof went into a rotating glide, the.I|gun barrage in all directions, nota from the falling Jet landed where
by' Commissioner E. L. Crawford the ill-fated jet, bailed out at dane would not respond to the I II single cow was scratched! It did. The difference of a few

at the meeting, concluded his remarks some 20,000 feet while the plane controls, so he bailed out, the I 1 I I "They were scared plumb silly i'I I!''feet would have sent it through

by reminding the Counci1 was still east of Starke. HeMosley'sPlea pilot said.Need though," Mr. Ellis chuckled. the roof of her motel.
j that while the City was concerned

I with only a small portion of the The Police? Vagrant Youth Gets Haircut Money
had 11 1-2
highway, the County
miles of highway to work on j: Call 95 Daytime,
< For New TrialIs
:i +t '.. __ .. ,-" And Ticket To Visit Grandmother
-w. < _".. The Council discussed the proposal : .Or 61 At Night
-., "M',. ,
l. .
t"Lo- .
"" "'" ,: and was told by Clerk Carl I I
.- .. ( 1OI DeniedCircuit
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parcels of land within the I i the daytime the number to call is this week in Mayor's Court was said his mother and stepfather had
THE NEW LOVETT'S SUPERMARKET on West Madison St. provide -!city. limits would be involved. Judge George L. Patten I'95, and to get the police at night j given a chance to spend Christmas!not allowed him in the house for

Beautiful NewLovett's a mecca for shoppers during opening week. Ample par11ng'"pace "I don't think that we'll have last week denied a new trial to 1 call 61, Mayor W. T Jackson said >with his grandmother instead of[about three years.

is one of the most attractive features of the new store.MAYOR too much trouble in obtaining the Charles Mosley, convicted Nov. this week. j I in the Starke city jail. I Wills said he had served four

ights-of-way here," Johns said. 15 for statutory rape and sen-I Jackson; said some people in Mayor W. T. Jackson Tuesdaytook .years in an industrial school and
Store tenced to five years in the State Starke are still calling the numter -
Beer Tax Suggested" $4 from the city treasury to showed Jackson an honorable dis
Prison. 'l at the telephone office. This finance a shave and haircut for he
D One councilman 'proposed charge had received from the
one-cent tax on bottled beer that I Mosley 28-year'Jlld Highland I number is no longer used, he said.iI I II Donald Lee Wills and buy him a Marine Corps.

Opened' Tuesday a night be a good source for the pulpwood operator, was released I I By calling 95 between 8:30: a.m. !bus ticket to Jacksonville. The
under $2,000 bond pending appeal and 6:30 p.m. and 61 at all otherstimes !
income receded for the project, but II mayor advised him to get a ride 'Keep Cars l1oving'This
1 ,. to a higher court. a person can reach a radio!at a truck stop in Jacksonvilleand
r no action was taken.! i I 1 Judge Patten refused to recog-'I tperator who will getn touch:
The new Lovett's Food Store at go home for Christmas. Weekend
322 W. Madison St. was officially During the course of discussion. i ize the defense plea that the court with the police car and send it immediately ,

opened Tuesday morning with !Bishop told the Council that, the I I erred in not directing the jury to to the place needed, the Wills was arrested Sunday for Mayor Tells Police
vagrancy after a truck driver he
State Road''
Mayor W. T. Jackson cutting the Commission expects.a return a verdict of not guilty a? mayor said. I II
I of the project had been riding with reported he Mayor W. T Jackson told police
ribbon to, begin the grand opening II Department map requested during the trial by de- I i iISmog
I I within two weeks, and that he fense attorney T. J. Jennings, Jr was carrying a pistol and a knife Tuesday to "keep the traffic moving"
program. Commission will then proceed to Causes Police found a knife in his pork through Starke this weekend.
I In the motion for a new trial .
Division manager H. L. Avery ) Era x f have an abstract search made and i ii I but said there was no pistol. Wil'- The traffic will be particularly
said the
I Jennings
pointed out many new features to i then go ahead and try to line up!'victim was not "of previous chastecharacter" rape I 9-Cor Jam-up ,had no money. heavy Christmas weekend, Jack-
make easier in the 10,000 I IOn
shopping 1'I and should
4 the needed rightsofway.Traffic [ the Appearing before Jackson ip son said policemen
as required by
square foot building. More shop be at the intersections to that
U. S. 301 dirty clothes and with shaggy see
be handled Count High law under which the state wn I
with pers can the of the more four quickly check- ; I During the course of the joint prosecuting and the judge shoud'have cFor hair Wills said the driver he had I it does not jam up anyplace.
that a want of proper precautions, been with had put him out but He told the police to operate the
it learned directed the to fi" ,
meeting was
out counters, he said, and a large
I a man was injured and seven traffic If
Santa I kept his clothes in the truck. / lights manually necessary
ecent traffic count at the innocent.I .
parking lot was designed for easy I received of from (
cars or even to them off and
Fe river bridge on Highway 301 I stand in the, Jackson told him to "get your-
parking I On the witness
a tt $100 to $500 last weekend on personally direct traffic if they
I south of Starke showed that over self a haircut" and directed POliCEChief
Six additional full-time employees trial the girl admitted the fi- smog-blanketed U. S. 301. have to to keep traffic flowing
were hired for the new .eJ & < 5,000 vehicles a day are using the sexual act occurred in Union W. E. Thornton to get $4
A State Road Department State Trooper Carlos Musgrovesaid from the city and see that Wills I
store, Manager Ernest Phillips highway County, in February. If this was '
I I nine cars were involved in Recent' Birth
this haircut
official remarked on so, Jennings said, she could no'have got and shave and was ;
said, bringing the total number of
W. JACKSON center cuts the ribbon Farmers ,
( ) in opening.eeremony this jam near the
to 15 full-time and saying that the flow of traffic been "of previous chaste up put on the to Jacksonville. Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch an-

three employees or four part-time. at the new Lovett's Supermarket here Tuesday morning. Directly I I more than justified the widening.,character" in Bradford Countyon Market. Two did not stop after Asked if there was anyone nounce the arrival of a son,

said the store ranks "as ; In front of Mayor is A. F. Fultz. general superintendent of Wlnn- t Although it is not official, it Aug. 15 as stated in the nifor- sideswiping a parked car. ,"who would be glad to see you"at 'Richard Clifton, on Dec. 17 In

Avery I Lovett's Jacksonville district. Ernest Phillips, manager of the Starkestore was disclosed Tuesday night thata mation. The patches of smoke and fog Christmas, Wills replied, MMj r'St.' Vincent's Hospital.
high as any of the 400 stores of will be covering the highways in recent I
is 150-ft.
on Major's left. I right way i The girl said when called backto
cperated by Winn-Dixie." The I needed for four-Inning in most of ''weeks can result in. injury or
'Knowed' He Was Comin'So
the witness stand she was not They
meat market is completely self- several years. It is completely air- tion of merchandise can be carled the County, while In Starke it will'sure when the first act occurred !death, Musgrove said, and add

!conditioned.The in the new store as in the old. be 100-ft. and in Lawtey 74-ft. that drivers should use all pre-
service, he said, 01 a customer may_ Jennings said the court was i in
supermarket moved to the Phillips will manage the grocery And also that the four-laning' .cautions when driving under surt They Baked Him A Cake
have his meat cut to order. 'error in permitting her to be re-"
;,rew building from Call St. where department in the new store, and project will follow the course of conditions.

The new building is one of the .it has been located since 1942. Norman Allen is in charge of the the present high"s' y. called. I The Sunday morning nine-car -

largest constructed in Starke in Phillips said about twice the selec- market. t I tie-up occurred in a smog patch -I utters 61s lOA to to#tf;

r j And "Big Dad Stages in which a person couldn't see F'.ts ", ""

Ministerial Group Methodist Youth j i:Berry Growers I County City Annual Dinner "three feet in front of him," I I : .. ;

Elects OfficersOfficers :Choir Program I Asked To Report i I I Employees To Get Musgrove said. Some of the driv- @.
For EmployeesSome ers did not slow down when hitting

t 'Long Weekend the area. One man stopped I
of the Starke Ministerial I The Youth Choir of the First I I Strawberry growers in Bradford I

Association for 1956 were I Methodist Church, under the direction County are asked to write the f Employees of the courthouse 130 employees and 30 'Jby the trooper admitted going r

elected at the December meetingof j of Mrs. Lloyd J. Green, will(I following information on a postcard I I and city hall will enjoy a tong I guests enjoyed the annual Christ- 50 miles an-hour. .- L i"e

the organization as follows: !present an evening of music at'I and mail it to Box 168, I weekend when the offices close at I mas dinner of Big Dad Manufact-I "You can't keep your car under "-

President Rev. J. E. Sherwood. I the regular Sunday night worship I;I Starke: The number of acres noon on Friday, not to reopen un- uring Co., held Wednesday at noon control when you can't see,
pastor of the First Chtis i' 27. in the new BHS cafetorium. Musgrove said. The law requiresa ,
hour 7:30 o'clock. you have in berries; the approximate -I I til Tuesday morning S f.
Church; Vice President, Rev. L. This choir, composed of 20 date you will start "scrap Since Christmas falls on Sunday Following a delicious Christmas driver to have his car under

D. Haines, pastor of the First young people, will feature some ping" and the date you expect to I I this year, most business dinner, the group enjoyed singing I control at all times. 1 to
Baptist Church; Secretary-Treas of the best loved Christmas carols start picking in heavy volume houses, including the bank and I Christmas carols with Mrs. Betty "We are going to have these

urtl-, Rev. W. S. McAliley, pas- and anthems. 'post office, will remain closed all Sapp at the piano. Recorded smog conditions with us for a -.

tor First Presbyterian Church. The public is cordially invited. Rotarians Hear day Monday in observance of the Christmas music was played dur- while," Musgrove said and urged \ y ri

During the past year the Min- I holiday. ing the dinner by Archie Green. drivers to slow down and use all

isterial Association has sponsoredthe I Mrs. Mamie Beville i Christmas Music Monday closing will also be in After leaving the cafetorium, precautions when they have to

Holy Week service and the I!effect for New Year's day. I I the group returned to the Big Dad drive through it. ..

Sunrise Easter Service at Kings-I Mrs. Mamie L. Be\ l. 57, of A program of Christmas music I A meeting of all merchants and plant where the traditional Christ- '

ley Lake, the Union Thanksgiving 10 Ocean St., St. Augustine, died was enjoyed by Starke Rotariansat I j businessmen is scheduled for Jan.I mas tree and gift exchange was State Fair Plans I I"WE KNEW YOU WERE COMING so bake cake "
we a ,
Friday, Dec. 9, in a hospital there. their luncheon meeting here 13 at 7:30: p.m. in the county court- held. D. S. Siceloff, president of To Be Discussed I you
Service and
has cooperatedwith Wednesday. Mrs.V.. R. Miller to decide the I these four attractive BHS Future Homemakers might be singing as
,She was the widow of the late ;groom on holiday the company, presented each em- ,
the school in providing(Frank Beville, formerly of sang "0 Holy Night," and Miss j closing schedule for 1956. ploye with a General Electric skillet Plans for the Bradford county they pose with beautiful Christmas Tree rake they made as part of

speakers for devotional services, Graham. Bobbe Bastedo sang two numbers, exhibit at the State Fair in Tampa their pre-holiday cookery in Miss Barbara Bunch's home economics

and the preacher for the com..1|I Mrs. Beville is survived by a 'including "Silver Bells." They O.E.S. NoticeThe The employees gave Mr. Siceloff I will be discussed at a Chamberof class. From left to right the girls are: Becky Brice, Martha Rob

mencement service. la addition ':daughter, Mis Edgar Cottle of were accompanied at the piano by I a handsome silver and mahogany Commerce board mating Tues- erts, Ann Elder, and Charlene Dennis 9th graders all. The cake,

various member churches carryon ,!JKingsley Lake; a SOP, Van Bevill Mrs. Lloyd Green.Following installation of Officers of I alad bowL day, :Mrs. Marian Howe, chamber I I frosted in green, sprinkled with coconut, and topped with a glisten
[of St. Augustine, and 10 grand- the program the the Eastern Star will be held J manager said this week.
a welfare ing star, is a five-layer affair. At the time photo was taken, just before -
for tran-'
program 'cLildren. Rotarians exchanged gifts, each jThursday, Dec. 29, at 8 o'clockin t The Big Dad plant will be closed The meeting Is scheduled for I .
( school adjourned for the holidays last Friday. the girl hadn't
sinets. Funds are providede on a I I Ftu.eral services were held Sun- accompanied by an original poem the Masonic Hall and is opento during the holiday period, reopen- 1:30 p.m. In the chamber office on I
basis the ',fill '. 3. Courthouse lawn. decided whether to eat the cake or just look at it.
per capita by churches. ) Dec. 11 in Antiocn Cemetery about the recipient. the public. ling Jan. the




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Farmer's named chairman of a Committeefor of Fairbanks visited Rev. and PAGE TWO TRIDAV, DECEMBER 23, 1951 -
DiaryBy the annual Polio drive in Mrs. Ressie Carlton: Sunday' after- -- -

editorial Brooker. She announced that noon._
Sam Prescott of Jacksonville.Mr. and family attended the birthday
there will be a meeting at the Joan Campanella of Graham
and Mrs. Willie Thomas of for Mrs. Thomas' father
community center, Thursday spent the weekend ...ith. Sarah
Titusville spent Thursday night E. C. Lewis, at his home Friday
Then You Can Keep ChristmasThe Conservation District's rotary night, Dec 29 at 7:30 to make Carlton. with the Benny Thomas Sr. family. night.
. plans for the drive. All personsare Miss: Mary Frances Hazen a
mower this week to Felix :Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson of
Sapp requested! to meet with Mrs. student at the U of F, is spendingthe
Christmas is a wonderful pa- Jacksonville spent the weekend
American after cutting down high weeds all
Hazen at this time. :Miss Sara holidays with her mother
geant of something old, something new, a great over the place. They say that it"is'a Barefoot of Starke will be there Mrs. R. E. Hazen. with the Bill:Mrs Groover Thomas and See the new line of Sewing

deal borrowed from the traditions of other lands, fine piece of equipment, and to help get things organized. We Kenneth Mott of Saufley Field. Genevors. Machines at Shepherd's Radio

and all of it blended into the happiest holiday of that the SCS u doing a wonderfuljob are hoping to have the largest Pensacola is home for the holi Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas & TV.Wjci .

the contributions in history this year.
year. in this days.Mr.
Thanksgiving New Year's Day Hallowe'en, the county by renting So won't you please be then- : and Mrs. A. E. Adkins of ,
equipment like it
Fourth of July are all notable days, but none of price. a reasonable Thursday night? Lake City visited the W. C. Stal- :o..; -l. .- ; '
:Mrs. Aletha Dyal of Grahamwas naker family last Saturday. : l'W 7 -: = .
them with Christmas. Christmas .. ,
can compare to Alice -
(This week a report visiting Mrs. Ella Lewis and Jack Suggs of Great Lakes, III -
touches everyone. Its weeks of preparation and who is visiting her niece, Luetta Your dog'Leo is lost. He wan- :Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter Sun- is spending the holiday with his

days of carry-over make us glow inwardly and and little baby Alice, at Tom's ders around looking in room after da. parents, Mr. and :Mrs. W. S.ggs.
River N. J. room then he whines and asked: Mack Howard of .
shine outwardly.Of ) Mr and Mrs. ? :
words that have been Last that old demon "Where's Alice". But, incident- G.
all the millions of Friday night Gainesville were visiting the Jimmy Suggs of Gainesville
written about the meaning, the significance, and the cold north wind, did ally, we ALL miss you very much, W. Davis family Thursday. spent the weekend with the W

observance of Christmas, -we think blow again and we just about and can't wait until we hear the Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and S. Suggs.
the proper than froze our tootsies, off. It got bus stop Out front, and you'reback children were recent 'isitorsof Mrs. C. L. Atkinson is visitingher
that carries a more timeless message
none home
down befow freezing again, but again.. the R. J. Waters family in Dun- sisters in Auburndale this
Van ,
the brief paragraph written by Henry Dyke
well bet that it was a lot colder

"On Keeping Christmas." up where you ar$. The rye field is just sitting dee.Mr.. and Mrs. Roy Green and week.Mr.. and Mrs. E. C. Long and

,Are you willing to fprget what you have done S S and waiting for some rain. It is children visited Mr. and Mrs. family of the State Farm visited

for other people, and to remember what [other people Frank has taken a job in Jack- cloudy 'and warm now as this is Frank Stokes and Mrs. Mary Jo the G. B. Colsons Saturday.

hare done for you; to ignore what the world sonville and now has joined the being written, and we hope that Taylor, who is in the Glendale Visiting Mrs. Doshie Prescott
gang from around here who com- we get some rain for a .change. Hospital in Palatka Sunday. Sunday were the Russell Gatiins
owes you, and to think what you owe the world; He is riding the But it looks as if we are in an- few Trades At Koch's?
mute every day. Brenda Green is spending a Mrs. Nellie Prescott and childrenthe / Triplet
to put your rights in the background, and Four bus now, but he hopes to get a other one of those long dry spells days with Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Ernest TJyrds. the Dewey

duties in the middle distance, and your chances ride with a group who drives up that just go on and on. Ed and Tindall in Palatka.'Mr. Fowlers of Starke, and Claudeowpen ?
to do a little, more than your duty Sin the fore- there to work. Mamie went over to Cypress Pond and Mrs. M. A. Abrams of The middle man, sho 'nuff.. And Why

ground; to see that your fellowmen are just as the other day and got some Florida 'Gainesville were guests of the W. .- -. -.- .- -I,.<. .,
------- of
e holly, with yellow berries, Simply because we up a receipt
real as you are, and try to look Behind their facesto Alice, our old friend Joy looks B. Bighams Jr. Saturday.Mr. .
their hearts, hungry for Joy! to own that prob- much the same; but don'tworryabout and it is just as dry as it was and Mrs. Floyd Woods and

for existence is not her, for we'll keep a good when we ,were there. last time. son were in Valdosta, Ga. on quality merchandise, money-savin low
ably the only good reason ,our 't
eye on her and see that she and business Monday and visited rela-
what you are going to get out of life, but what you Mamie has made some Xmas and dash of slick service
her calf, when it comes, get good tives in Nashville, Ga. Sure is a SMITTY'S prices a quick
are going to give to life; to close your book of care. We asked her the other wreaths of the holly and other fine horse that Craig receivedfor

complaints against the management of the universe, night how she felt, and she just materials, and they look very a Christmas gift. BARBER SHOPCourt which sends our customers trotting out the

and look around you for a place where you can let out a great big BURP, and pretty and Christmas-y. She has Mrs. Eva Faye Spooner and

sow a few seeds of happiness are you willing to that's a good sign she's feelingup them on display out on sell the Road-few. son of Pahokee spent the week- Street Opposite door as tickled as a kid with a new scooter.
and to
stand hopes a
do these things even lor a day? Them you can to par. end with her mother, Mrs. H. P Court, House
keep Christmas. Gainey. Check today's specials for proof.KOCH'S .
well as .
the Things are growing as
The day after you left, Mrs. George Goedhart is expecting -
Those who give themselves grow richer. The Brownies got busy and did us a can be expected Alice. Ed says her mother, Mrs. H. B. YOUR PATRONAGEWILL

kindly word, the spontaneous smile, the thoughtful good turn. It has looked lately that some tiny seedlings of turnips Penson, of Terre Haute. Ind. BE GREATLYAPPRECIATED

deed those are outward expressions of the as if the "little folk" have for- cabbages, rutabagas, mus- about the 27th to spend the holi I
tard, lettuce, etc:, have been
but the other day they
us .
gotten !
minds of
goodness inside the hearts and men. the cold, but the days.Mrs.
damaged by
truck- '
Those of us in the newspaper business must got busy and just as a radishes, and other George Goedhart attendedthe ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FILLED
spinach D. H.
load of feed was going by, they DAR meeting in Gainesville SMITH
record the-little things that make news day by shoved off a bag Of citrus pulp things are coming along pretty Wednesday.

day. Often we wish there were less of pettinessin almost in ront of our farm. Ed well. Mr. and Mrs G. E. Green and Owner & Operator

the world, and more of the spirit of Christmas and Mamie got out in hurry" and family spent Sunday with the W. >. ., --'-.- ---- -- .. .
scattered throughout the year. But the day dragged it fhto the feedshed. and Have a good time-up there with H. Hintons Jr. in Oldsmar. ,- ---- -..-' -- -- -- -. -. -. -- -- -_ ._ -- -... --"- --- ,,;

that marks the birth of Jesus brings with it a so our cows are getting io me- those Yankees, Alice, but just back as Shirley Green, Kathy Harrell -
thing extra to eat these days. soon as you can, hurry and Alan Lewis made a business
and re.lization'that
rebirth of faith and hope, a here to Bradford County and your .
Jacksonville Monday.Mr.
down inside each there are Christ- but trip to
deep person ex-Yankee
rebel husband, an
The berry patch, which you and Mrs. Drew Dukes of
like qualities of unselfishness, loyalty, and devotion worked so hard on before you now a confirmed eater of Hoppin' Worthington visited Mr. and Mrs. 4

to the highest principles of God and man. left, is looking better day by day. John. J. C. Harrell Sunday afternoon. D

It is' those qualities that make Christmas the Before the cold wave the other Mr. and :Mrs. H. L. Land of

most joyous season of all. night, there was a scattering of To our friends in Bradford Pensacola were here on Sunday We are particularly
Truly there is "joy to the world" in abundant bloom; but now they have been County we extend our best wishes and were accompanied back home

evidence of self-giving, of hands clasped in friend- killed. However, it is warming up for a wonderful measured Christmas how many Day; by their children Mrs. Bill Terry, proud to announce at

ship, of hearty good wishes. How insignificantare and the plants will take to grow- one not exchanged by or by and daughter, Laurie, and Alan
of the worldin ing again. presents were Land, who will spend the holidays this Christmas
,the little troublesome things how rich or poor we are, but by season

the light of the Christmas spirit that pervadesus Ed and Frank returned the Soil the grace and joy in our hearts. there.Mrs.. Loca Waters spent several ett '. that we will soon be
Church and is going days with her daughter Mrs.
"Are you willing to do these things, even fora f f n..mm..mn. dan into Baptist the service soon. Those Lubedia Beech, in Gainesville.Mr. .
located in fine
day 1"Then attending this party were Kath- and Mrs. Harry Eddy of our

you can keep Christmas.SeventySix BROOKER l leen Conway, Barbara Palmer, Waldo were visiting the M. D.

Jean Palmer, Kathryn Johns, Harrells Friday night. new home in Keystone
Years By 31" E. B. Castlen Cauthorn Padgett, Carolyn Shu- Mrs.. Minnie Hazen is spendinga V
{. ... &A&&. .& man. Catherine, Kenneth-'and'Cecil few days this week with her Heights and will be ink
Padgett, Walter Ratiiff, iir. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Flushed, ,as we are, with the hurly-burly of Garden Club Christmas Party and Mrs. Lacy Conway, Mr. and Mrs. Winfred 'Mazen. in Gainesville better position to conveniently -

pre-Christmas activities in this year of our Lord, The Brooker Garden Club had Mrs. Woodrow Palmer, and Mr. .

1955, it is interesting to look back and see how its regular meeting at the com- and Mrs. Lloyd padgett. Mrs. A. 11. Hall and Mrs. Paul serve your

Christmas was being observed in Starke some munity center Friday Dec. 16, Sunbeams GA Meet Harrison of Jacksonville visited i

seventy-six years ago in December of 1879. and also had a Christmas party. The Sunbeams and GA met at the C. S. Kelleys Tuesday. banking needs.

The Telegraph was still an infant then, having The house was beautifully decora- the church Thursday, Dec. 15, and Lt. and Mrs. LJoyal Douglas and

been established just five months before in ted with Christmas arrangements, completed their study course, son Of Charleston, S. C. are visit-
and Christmas music was furnished "Under The Olive Tree." Their ing the J. K. Douglases this week.
of the
July, 1879. .One of the oldest copies paper
by a record player, throughout -' treasurer, Patty Coram, reportsa Sorry to hear that :Mrs. J. K.
still in existence carries an article entitled
the evening. Each member total of $3.75 given to the Lot- Douglas fell down the steps last
"Christmas Tree At Sparkman's Hall.! Starkewas gift to exchange, and Christmas Offering. Refreshments week and injured her leg. Surely
brought a tie Moon As the Christmas Bells ring out to herald the approach of another
still town and the church
a struggling young refreshments were served. HOST were furnished by Mrs. hope she can soon get about

congregations were so small that they all com- tess for the evening were Mrs. Frank Tinney and served at the again. Yuletide Season it is indeed gratifying to know that our faith in
bined to hold a Union Sunday School Christmas Theo Dyal, Mrs. Polly Wait, and Community Center after the meet Mr. and Mrs. Henry Howard ,

Tree for the entire community. Here is the account Mrs. Ruth Mizell. For the firsf: ing.WMU. the fast-growing Keystone Heights and Starke area has been so
Brooker Garden Clubis Meet ,
of that event, as recorded in the yellowed time To

pages of a December 1879 Telegraph: offering three cash prizes for The Brooker Baptist WMU will well Since establishment less than four
outdoor decorating this year. Anything meet at the Church Friday at our years ago,

that can be seen from the 3 p. m. All ladies are cordially invited -
CHRISTMAS TREE street will be classed as outside. toattend.Christmas we have seen this section of Florida grow at an unprecedentedrate.

AT SPARKMAN'S HALL Judges will be members from the ProgramA

The Union Sunday School Christmas Tree, Lake Butler Garden Club and Christmas program will _be The growth of our banking institution has kept pace with
Thursday night is the time. First presented at the Brooker Baptist .

was exhibited the handsomest at Sparkman's thing Hall of on the Christmas kind we have Eve prize each. will be $5; 2nd & 3rd $2.50 7:30 Church, under Friday the night direction, Dec.of 23 Sun-, at this growth,' making it necessary for us to expand our banking

ever seen. It contained over 300 presents, some day School Supt. Wilson Green.
School Christmas ProgramThe r facilities. 'We appreciate your confidence and will be looking
of which were of much value. Brooker School presenteda "Unto Us A Child" is the name

There were present some 78 scholars, none of Christmas program Thursday of the play and it will feature forward to serving you soon in our new home on Lawrence Boule-
whom received less than two presents, some as night Dec. 15, in the school audi- the Junior and Senior Choir. All

high as seven or eight. The selection of presentsand torium. The 1st 'and 2nd Grades persons who drew names at the vard. r
"Santa Claus Mittins" church will enjoy the exchangeof
their artistic arrangement on the tree showed presented \
plainly the good taste and handiwork of fair with all the dolls, spinning tops gifts also. Please make your We happily'add
jack-in-the-boxes, Tingle and Jin- plans to attend this program.
woman, and did credit to all concerned.The our
and Mrs. Santa Claus and Shelly Fowler Passes '
gle Sincere Good Wishes To Our Many Friends
Telegraph came in for a magnificently the Drum Majors. It all addedup Our community was saddenedby

wrought Cigar case, filled with delightful Ha- to some very fine entertain-- the death of one of our resi- .

vanas. The fair donor, whoever she may be, may ment. dents last Friday afternoon. Mrs. 5 For A Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year

rest assured that the present is'highly appreciated The grades 3 to 8 presented Shelly Fowler died of a heart at- eslWi

not only for its exquisite beauty and its "Santa Up-To-Date:' Santa Claus tact. We extend our sympathy t
valuable contents, but for the kind consideration and all his modern equipment was the family ana loved ones of Mr.

Which prompted her in making" the gift. From very interesting, but poor Santa Fowler. He was employed by the
of the Container Corp. and was a member heLeila's JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB NOW FOR NEXT CHRISTMAS
he hears
faints when some
The is her Advocate.The .
now on Telegraph believe in him. of the Brooker Baptist Church 3
do not
Hall was crowded to its utmost capacityand The members of the faculty are and is survived by his wife; a

still a great many could not find seats or to be congratulated for a fine daughter, Mrs. Cecil Melvin; a

room to stand in. Altogether, it was certainlya performance. s'on, William Fowler, of Lawtey, KEYSTONE STATE BANK

grand affair, and its management, from firstto Christmas Party and a three year old son at home. Dress

last, was such as to give entire satisfactionand On Friday morning the teachers We extend our sympathy to
Mrs. C. B. Stallings in the loss of
delight to all. and home room mothers gave her brother-in-law. Luther Ride- and Gift Shop Member Federal Deposits Insurance Corporation
the children at school a lovely
nour. of Knoxville, Tenn., who'
The picture painted above, of a single Christ- party. The exchange of gifts was died Friday, Dec. 16. .... Keystone Heights, Florida

mas Tree for the entire community, is quite made and refreshments served. Mrs. Hazen To Head Drive I .

different from today, when there are perhaps halfa The party in the lunch room wasa Mrs. Aubrey Hazen has been
nice one, with each child receiving -
hundred, including those of all churches, schools,
made from
a Santa Claus
civic and club We imagine that 1879 --- --- ---
can --
groups. and -- -
apples, marshmallows, raisins
tree perhaps a native pine lighted with burn- pecans. Just as the party was

ing candles (for that was long before electric about to end a jolly old man PUBLIC NOTICE .

lights came to Starke), and decorated with balls came in-Santa Claus himself, _

of cotton and strings of snowy pop corn. Today. giving each child and adult a bar

our trees are imported from a thousand miles of fruit, candy and nuts.

away, and lighted and decorated with expensive Circle Meets Three
The End Is Here Last !
ornaments never dreamed of by those who gathered The Lubedia Pinholster Circleof Days

in Sparkman's Hall that Christmas season the Baptist WMU met at the
home of Mrs. Clara Kettles
of 1879.
Tuesday. Dec. 13. Mrs. Nettles _
But one thing hasn't changed, in all those 76 presided over the business meet-

years and that is the spirit of Christmas. If ing in the absence of the Circle ..

The Telegraph's reporter of 1879 were writing Leader. The program was given Here Is The Sale Going Out of Business Make The Final
about a Christmas Tree of 1955. he could still by Mrs. Frank Tinney and Mrs.

describe it accurately as ". a grand affair H. C. Douglas-The Christmas Wind-Up Sure!
such as to give entire satisfaction and delight to Story and a short story of ''TheBest
Gift to Give A Child." Re- The Final Crash
all. Starke Wide Open FINAL ROUND UP.

.", ,_ ..._, ................kl".' ,.__1_"'=ww.,,,,,,,,,,!,;,u............. ....,.....III', freshments were served by Mrs
Nettles. The January meeting will
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. be at the home of Mrs. Frank With Bargains OF THE In Prices
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Tinney. Like Getting Money from Will Bring Thousands of

PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY Farewell PartyClifford Parrish of Alachuawas Home. Be here when the STAR STORE Bargains Starting Thursday
The Clerks Have :
honored with a party at the doors open. Been Re
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pad- and Cutting Prices

PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTEPfD AS SECOND CLASS gett Saturday night. Dec. 10. Clif- LAST 3 DAYS 311 West Call St. To The Bone.

MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE Al StARKE. FLORIDA UNDER ford is the son of Rev. Tmbj -- - _
THE ACT OF MARCH 3. 1879. Parrish who is pastor of the De- ;"twi._ .,f}:.. - .: ---< -- p.-- : -. -- ---ir-. --- .i{ -.! iiq. :-- : ,:
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Little Miss Judy Bennett is I .
spending the week with her uncle
t ARrigtulaiod I IOcean
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. '
Sapp, near Heilbronn Springs. f"i
Friends of :Mrs. Charity Star- i
ling of Jacksonville, mother of

Mrs, Dixon Thomas and Mrs. C. I"f'r
R. Whitehead will be glad to .
know that she is. greatly improved -
from her recent illness and .

is able to visit with her daughter. Ij' \t a \ Spray CRANBERRY Jean Parker STUFFINo
I ; /
I -
Barley Christmas Dinner
The home of Mrs. A. H. Harleywas ,
chosen for the Annual Christmas LlJJ 'i_ a SA.UCE BREAD
Dinner of the 'Harley rela i
tives last Sunday. Those attend- I PART OF TilE LARGE C'itu\\L tnat tilled tne Lawtey fee-Bool cafeteria DISTRICT GOVERNOR Fred Morrow (left) presents Charter to
Mattie Mr. for the Charter Night banquet of the ;new (Lan Lions Club.
ing were Miley tey Lau tey Lions President have L. Shuford. At right K Geo. L. Seaman, See
and Mrs. Nelson Blocker and fami- Musicians in foreground are members of the BHS Band. a Director of Lions International C 1-lb Can 20-oz Loaf
ly of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. 19C 20C
Dutch Harley and family of Heil- (o me Save qt alp
bronn, Mr. and :Mrs. A. H. Harley -
Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Al Har- Lawtey Lions Club II IIi
ley of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Harley and family, and Mr. and il,1
Mrs. H. C. Harley and family of, r I Id
Lawtey.. i I Charter TURKEYSlIENS
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley Sr.j I
have to Jacksonville to spend E x'r---
gone The newly organized Lawtey by the Bradford High School
the holidays with their daughterand
Club of Lions International received -
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
its charter Thursday night George L. Seaman of Jackson- .1
Jack Reynolds. Dec. 15, at impressive ceremonies ville, a director of Lions Inter- F T er TOMS BROILERS
Recent visitors at the Dixon following a banquet in the Lawtey national, gave an inspiring talk
Thomas home were Mr. and Mrs.
school cafeteria.The on "Opportunities for Service" in
C. W. Buff, Mr. and Mrs. Horace _
charter was which he described Lionism and
and Mr. Joiner, all of .,
made by Fred J. Morrow of Jack the great force for good that it $ l 53C 45C 53CCAPT.
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis
Mrs. sonville, Lions District Governor, is in the communities that it 1A _
Starling of Orange I and was received by Dave L. serves. He said the new Lions! i
Mr. and Mrs. James
Sallie Green,
Fhuford, president of the new |Club would serve a worthwhile
Milton and Milton Clarke of Mac- !
I Lawtey Club. purpose by providing leadershipfor JOHNS Super Right Country Style PURE
The cafeteria was filled to ca- community projects in Law-
an8 Mrs. Cecil Whiteheadand pacity for this occasion, with
daughters visited relatives in visiting Lions and their ladies tey.W.. T. Jackson, president of the
Orlando this weekeni.Mr. representing clubs at Melrose,jStarke Lions Club, presented NEW CLUB OFFICERS are ((1st row left to right) Hubert Priest, FISH STICKS PORK SAUSAGE
and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Sr.!I II I I I Waldo, Jacksonville, and Starke.I: President Shuford with a gong 2nd vice president' ; D. L. Shuford, President; D. A. Jones, 1st vice I

were Sunday guests of Mr. and A delicious turkey dinner was II and gavel as a gift from the president; and L. II. Futch, secretary. Standing ((1 I to r) W. P.
Mrs. George Roberts and son in served the cafeteria staff to
by sponsoring organization. 'Green, 3rdice .
president; I) B. ILirloj, tail twister! ; II. C. Kelly,
Gainesville. the 109 persons present. Officers of the new club were treasurer; C. F. Carter, ,director; 0.. J. Phillips, director; and S. M. -OZ Pkgs $4.00 2 Lb Bag 49C
Donald Branded i Is spendingthe Hugh B. Ingram of the Starke I installed by Robert Cobb, Deputy Brown, Lion tamer. 3
weekend in Tampa. He spoke I Lions Club served as master of i I District Governor, Jacksonville -- f

at The First Baptist Church on ceremoines for the program which as follows! : President, D. L. Shu- composed of: O. J. Phillips, L T. Wainwright C. R. Whitehead _
Sunday. included a solo rendition of ford; 1st Vice President, D. A. |P. Rafuse, Ralph Wise, and C. F [Thomas O. Swan, and B. E. Red !:. -,- ....- 'c' -___- ,- .._-_:'_- ___'__ -'--. .:_ ,_ .. ,- -::::._ '- -: -- --ct: =:- =:.
Starling Reunion "America" by Mrs. Milo Smith; Jones; 2nd Vice President, H. E. Carter. dish.
Relatives of Mrs. Steve Star- invocation by L. II. Futch; ad- I Priest; 3rd Vice President, W. P. Charter members, in additionto O. J. Phillips and L. H. Futch
ling Sr. met at the home of her dress 9f welcome by D. A. Jones, Green; Secretary, L. H. Futch; the above named officers, are: served as co-chairmen of the
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and first vice president of the Lawtey Treasurer, H. C. Kelly; Lion Tamer -'O. J. Anders. Steve Starling D. Charter Night event.
Mrs. Luther Hilliard, on Sundayfor Lions; response by H. Q. Williams S. M. Brown; Tail Twister, D. B. Thomas, J. L. Waters, D. B. The club will meet on the first
their early Christmas following dinner. Of Melrose, Deputy District ,B. Harley. Harley, C. R. Shuford, Milo R and third Thursday in each monthin I ORANGES
Thosepresent were the Governor; and a musical program The Board of Directors is Smith Robert W. Thames, James the school cafeteria. I
from Jacksonville: Mrs.
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Kite and daughter, )lr. and Mrs.J. '..vvvvvvvvmvvvtlvvvvvvlIIAMPTON Sunday school parties for sev- Mrs. Margie Colley of Tampa i i Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads-

A. Ogilvie, Mrs. Rose McSte- eral classes were held during the"! visited Mrs. J. L. Williams last j I worth of Gainesville and Mr. and -j'G s. 1, 1 ,i1
venson, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond past week. The primary class weekend, and Mrs. Williams' sister -'Mrs. Thomas Wadsworth of Bun-
Suber, the Leon Starling family, met at the church Saturday aft- Mrs. J. H. Houser, returned nell were Sunday visitors at the
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Starling, Mrs. By Mrs. D. E. Hill ernoon for a party given by their home with her. G. P. Wadsworth home. 5 Lb 25c
Fredrick Starling and daughter teacher Mrs. A. H. Perry. Mrs. Bro. J. B. Dixon of Jacksonville Mrs. Ola Perkins entertainedher l ? 1 1Ba
.... ..... .. .
family, Mr. & & L4AAAh Otto Hicks was hostess for the
the Doc Wainwright former pastor of Hampton eighth grade class at a Christmas
and Mrs. Roscoe ,Jones, Mr. and Christian Church Intermediate Boys' class at her Christian Church, visited in Hamp- party at her home Friday
Mrs. Ottis Austin. From the State Program Tonight home Friday night, and Mrs. ton Sunday, and was a dinner I afternoon. Eight were presentfor
Farm, :Mrs. Sidney Starling and j The Christmas program of the Charles Hicks entertained her' guest of the Doll Sibleys. games and refreshments.TYService .
family; from Starke, Jimmy Judd Hampton Christian Church will be Junior Girls' class Saturday night _. ... ..... Large StalkCELERY Florida RipeGRAPEFRUIT

and the Steve Starling Jr. familyof held tonight (Friday) at 7:30 p.m.at :Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan of Madison I --. 7> -- -. n.. -- -- -- _ -. J 2 '<>r 19c for
Lawtey.Mr. the church. Members aid I moved into the Lacy W'nnhouse ; 4 19CGolden
and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and in Hampton last week. Mr. I
friends are invited to be presentRev. RipeBANANAS Fresh Late HOWECRANBERRIES Mb
Hendersonville, N. Sullivan is" agent at the railway Bag
son, Jody, of
and Mrs. Willard M. Jonesof
the weekend with the W. depot in Hampton. I ft
spent the Christian Church took the lOc 23cFirm
F. Moore family. They left on annual Christmas baskets to the Mr. and Mrs. .Milton Misner
to visit relatives in Tam- and ,son arrived last week from
Monday Florida Christian Home in Jacksonville -I CrispLETTUCE Snow White HeadCAULIFLOWER
i Flint, Mich., for a visit with :Mrs.
pa.David and Wendell Kelly, stud- on Monday. I Misner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates head tOe 29c
ents at Florida Southern College, Young people of the church at-'Hershel Parker.
Lakeland, are spending their vacation tended the Christian Endeavor Henry Williams USN, arrived Fully Equipped DependableAll
with their parents, Mr. meeting in Lake Butler Thursday I Saturday from Great Lakes, Ill.I
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly. I evening, Dec. 15. Four churches,I Naval Training Station, where he Makes and Models ', Jane Parker Delicious

Mrs. L. H. Hill of Tice is visit- Northshore, Jacksonville, Hampton -,has undergone boot training, for
her 'brother, Harold Pearce. Lake Butler, and Live Oak a two-weeks leave at the homeof i4

ing Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyles left were represented. I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV t ; AppIePie39cA&P !
Friday to spend their vacation in Barbara Matchett Williams. At the end of his leave I
Alabama with Mrs. Lyle parents.Mrs. Dimes Queen CandidateMiss he will report to Bremerton,[
Margaret McSwain of Ft. Barbara Matchett, daughter Wash. Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone

Pierce was a business visitor here of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Ethel Tidwell of Hamptonand
last week.Birthday Matchett, has been named as Mr. and Mrs. Marion Crews 239 Starke, Fla. Tub Style & Print. A&P SWEET
candidate 'for district four, in- and of Starke -. '
daughter were '
Party ., BUTTER ft 65c POTATOES 3-ft
---- -- ---- -- -- -- can 19c |
and -
Miss Ola Mae Phillips entertained cluding Hampton, Graham, ; weekend visitors in Plant City.
several of her friends at her Theressa, for the March of Mrs. Thelma Atkins of Stew-
home of her parents, Mr. and Dimes Queen. art, Miss is visiting in Hamptonwith SUNNYFIELD Long Grain Ann Page FRENCH
Mrs. 0. J. Phillips, last Saturday Miss Matchett will representthis her daughters, Mrs. F. P. '
evening. She received many love- district in the judging for Lott and family, and Mrs. J. RICE 3bs .39' DRESSING reg pint 25'
ly gifts. the county queen to be held in Peoples aDd family. 1..1
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls of Starke on Jan. 23, Miss Betty :Miss Dorothy Ownbey of if A&P
Starke were Sunday dinner guests I Durling, director of the district stone Heights spent Sunday in I Fancy Tiny
of the Guy Futch family. March of Dimes campaign, said Hampton with Mrs. T. F. Brown Jane Parker
There were several parents at this week. and Frank Brown. I SWEET PEAS Ib can 21
the Christmas Program which was Miss Durling also announcedthat Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Gross of 1 '
presented by the' Junior High the March of Dimes fashion Bryant, Ala., visited Mrs. J. L F DUIT I i ANN PAGE
School on Friday morning. Each show will be held at Hampton Williams last week for several I tnr, fii
grade enjoyed a party in their Town Hall Friday evening, Jan. i
room in the afternoon.Mr. 13. Anyone wishing to model days.Miss Dolores Hardy of Starke ffltlJ .0. MAYONNAISE V 47c
and Mrs. Guy Futch attended for the show will be welcome, andis spent last weekend in Hampton ( /
an old fashioned hog kill- asked to contact Miss Durlingby with Miss Nell Williams. I RIlE' ANN PAGE

ing at the Johnny Crawford homein Jan. 6. Miss Wendy Hill celebrated her I rC C
Macclenny on Tuesday. A ministrel show is planned for sixth birthday Saturday afternoon w-or
_I the fourth week in January, Miss with a doll party for sever- 2 35'
Durling said. al friends. Wendy is the daughter -

FILL DIRTGOOD WMU MeetsHampton Baptist WMU met at of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. HilL I T CTP 3-lb Size 5-lb Size IONA Y. C. Halves or Sliced

RICH Friday the home night of, Mrs.Dec. J.16,W.for Horne their C $1,65 $ ,85 PEACHES no V/2 can 27cA&P
P TOP SOILSee meeting."A annual Christmas party and t U'UUUI/

Mighty Fortress is Our _ _
God," a program on prayer for J ,: Visit Our Store GRAPE JUICE '2-* 15'
missionaries, was subject for
BILL JACKSON program led by Mrs. D. E. Hill.I j -AND SEE THE I
Jackson Transfer Company Miss Mary Lee Batten, a local I JANE PARKER A&P

Phone 165 I. dren's girl in home the Florida in Lakeland Baptist, to was Chil-the recipient I BEAUTIFUL LIVING ROOM Brown 'N Serve GRAPE JUICE 24-oz 27c

of gifts brought I
meeting by the members. A GROUP PILLSBURY Yellow & White
Christmas offering was taken for
Wash Your Clothes Mrs.missionaries Dick Corley.in Iran Mr. and I Consisting of CAKE MIXES 7-oz 25c

Hostesses for the January
i 9 Poumds 1956 meeting will be Mrs. E. D. lSofa1Matching Pkgs CAMPFIRE 2 10-oz for
For 40c! Allen and Mrs. E. L Birt, with I Chair 2 2SC .
Mrs. Charles Hicks as program
FREE Bleach If Desired! chairman. I 1-Platform Rocker MARSHMALLOWS 35c

>, AWe Christmas! Pageant 2-End Tables \ -
"The Nativity" was the title of I NABISCO RITZ
Will a pageant presented at the Hampton Coffee Table and -

Dry Your Clothes Wednesday Baptist Church evening prayer by young meeting ) 2-Table Lamps JANE PARKER CRACKERS box 31c ,

people of the church. Mrs. Betty CHRISTfflS flK.
For 20cIn :: May Mrs. Marvin Paile. antf For Sliced Cinnamon
Mrs. Charles Hicks directed theiropram.
New Automatic Driers 17 4.95 ..
/NfM 1.11..11 NI. .N"W MNNH
I gnHART ty
e Baptist Christmas LOAF
G. Duncan 1
ProlrnU11 Tonight Agt.

The 'Washeteria hold Hampton its Christmas Baptist program church will at I! FURNITURE COMPANY 1-1 b W U Y.//q Iat I4 Iq f1.//.1

Hampton Elementarv School STANDARD OIL i 1 Sc 412 Call St.

Temple Ave Starke auditorium Fridav evening Phone 80 Starke, Fla. I Starke. Fla.

.. 23. at 8 p.m. All friends Dt'C-1 I-
members are invited to __ : : '_ _-', '. .:

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--+ FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1955
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Holiday Time Ayers-Allgood I Mr. and Mrs. Andrews 'Birthday Party

Around The World !Hosts At
Dinner For Glenda StarlingThe

Woman's ClubThe I At Officers ClubThe
Woman's Club was the
International Relations and setting last Friday night for a
Club at
Music Departments combined to 4i party honoring Miss Glenda Star-
present the program at the Starke Blanding was the setting for a i ling on her 13th birthday anniver-
Gladys Woman's lovely dinner and Christmas par
Mooty Club meeting Wednes- i
Phone 35 Miss.,, ,day afternoon of last week. ty given by Mr. and Mrs. Guy An- sary.Games
1k last Saturday were enjoyed by the 24
jdrews evening.
An original playlet of "Holiday"Time :=
I The Christmas motif was used in guests attending, and prizes were
Around the
Velma #f % was pre-
Golden Wedding Anniversary Is Observed By R ,- y sented by 10 members of the faculty the and arrangements effective party of pine decorations, awarded the winners. After refreshments -
of BHS, who are also club s +- ; I holly were served the hon-

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch Tuesday Afternoon Turbe rills .. .-' members.each Attired represented in native foreign costume -I --v- r I points and pyracantha of interest.sprigs The white adorned line oree opened her many lovely gifts.

fJ Weds country. Mrs. J. E. Hil ebran en-covered rectangle-shaped dinning .
', Mrs. L A. I table had a center runner of :: Li .--:' : -- '- _:_- .'\.
and Mrs. Ralph 'I
I Charles Knight were in charge'of the |spine, holly and pyracantha sprigs
I pro- with red burning candles placed]'
a" r gram. Those taking part were: intervals. '
Lawson Katrina of Holland; Mrs. W. B. I 'I "
; During the evening T. H. Slade
Sewell; Miss America, Mrs. Willa tMEATpe '
In I I Mae Denton; Merry England, Mrs. served as master of ceremonies STARKE FLA.
I,Edna Hart; Senorita Spain, Mrs.. and presented a program of ,
|impromptu stunts, followed the
z t Columbia t. Kate Sheppard; Senor Spain Mrs.I i singing of Christmas carols. Sunday, Dec. 25
; L. Peek Jr.; Comrade Russia, Mrs. Ira Winford Ayers of Fay-
J Seventy guests enjoyed this delightful -
IS. Ralph Knight; guests from etteville, N. C. announces the en- Ricochet Romance
h I affair. From out of town
s. C.
I Japan, Mrs. Lily Bridges and Mrs. gagement and approaching mar- were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Walker With Marjorie Main and Chill

; ,Ic I- Russell Norman; Mrs. Norway, riage of her daughter, Miss Mil- I and Dean and Mrs. Ralph E. Page Willis
___ ChurchCeremony ''Mrs. Ruth Frazier; Senorita Mexico dred McLean Ayers, to Benjamin ot Gainesville. AND
| Mrs. Ernestine McRae; Frau Chalmers Graham Allgood, son of

Germany, Mrs. Martha Pellum; :Mrs. Marion R. Allgood of Tampa, I Perils Of The Forest
.z Spirit of Christmas, Mrs. Cleo and the late Mr. Allgood.The Piano StudentsOf
Plus Cartoon "Norway Twin Jlw.bands" .-
I Andrews; and accompanist Mrs.L wedding will take place Miss Stern
: A. Canova. Miss Clara Leaman Sunday, Jan. 6, at 8 o'clock in the I

.r a gave a reading, using as her topic, First Presbyterian Church, Gaines- I Hold RecitalsThe
"Christianity in India ville, with Rev. W. S. McAliley of Mon. Tues. 26
Dec. 27
L 1 Mrs. C. I,. Scholl president, pre- Starke, assisted by Rev. Neeley piano students of Miss ,
,sided over the business meeting.The McCarter student pastor of the>Louise Stern held their annual I II DOUBLE FEATURE -

library committee reportedthat I First Presbyterian Church Gainesville |Christmas recital parties at the Rage At Dawn
the new Bradford County Li- officiating. Attendants will home of their teacher on Dec. 19
brary, sponsored by the club, will be Mrs. James Clark and Miss and 20 at 7:30: p.m. The house IN TECHXICOLO.R

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch celebrated Jacksonville, and Mrs. DeWittC. be ready by Feb. 1 in the old. county Helen Ayers, Fayetteville, and Mrs. I was decorated in the holiday at- With Randolph Scott

their golden wedding anniversary i Jones of Gainesville. The First Baptist Church in Columbia was enhanced by a lace skirt that I jail building, upstairs. Mrs. I Jack E. Dempsey of Gainesville, mosphere and a Christmas tree ANDInterrupted -

Tuesday from four to I Miss Ann Johns of Starke andMiss I S. C. was the scene of a extended down the sides and ended Lowell Mathews and Mrs. George firmer Starke resident, sisters of stood near the pianos. The mantelwas MelodyWith

seven clock at a lovely reception -[; Connie Carroll of Jackson j beautiful wedding Saturday kfUr- in a cathedral train. Her! finger- Kaufmann volunteered to serve the bride. The best man will be i i I banked with greens and holly I
with Mrs. M W Cressler the musical
on I over it hung a large Glenn Ford and Eleanor
in the home of Judge and yule presided at the guest book'! boon, Dec. 17, at 5:30: o'clock when I I ip veil of 1 imported silk illusion committee. Wallace E. Bell of Tampa and the II \land staff adorned with miniature an- Parker
Mrs. E. K. Perryman, 141V.. ,table. Also assisting in serving' Miss Velma Luvera Turbeville, of I was attached to a small half-hat of I library I pshers will be Kenneth Newman ,
Ritcha'I Columbia lace embroidered seed Thirteen new members were iof St. William Cren- Plus Cartoon and Short
Madison St., where the were Misses Linda Johns and daughter of Mr. and pearls. Petersburg, gels.Following
The bride carried Iac -covered welcomed into the club and presented shaw of Palatka and Frank Brown the recital, gifts were .
were married on Dec. 20, 1905. I Martha Susan* Ritch of Starke, Mrs. Hymon Turbeville of i a I
[ invited ..
with Christmas and was -
mont, N. C., became the Fair-I prayer book topped with a white corsages: of Hampton.A exchanged everyone
The Perryman home was beauti-of':;'[:Frances Durden of Jacksonville I Charles Henry Lawson, son orchid and lilies of the valley. I Mrs. H. H. Adams Mrs. Steve Sim- reception will be held in the into the dining room for refreshments Wed., Thurs., Dec. 28, 29
ful with artistic arrangements Beach, Jane Richarde of the State ,
mons Mrs. C. J. Harris Mrs. Cula of and Christ- .
and Mrs. Henry Alton Lawson of Henry Alton Lawson of Starke, church parlor immediately punch DOUBLE FEATURE -
large bronze mums yellow gladioli Farm, and Mrs. Betty Jo Durden Coran Mrs. Mrs.I I cookies.
Starke. Dr. R. Archie Ellis, pas father of the bridegroom, was. best Floyd Wiggins, ing the ceremony. All fOllOW-I mas I
The Cruel
and pompoms interspersed Booras of Gainesville. L. Hillendahl, Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr., Pupils playing Monday night
'the relatives of the
tor, officiated, using double- young couple are
with gilded leaves placed at van Approximately 200 guests call- nng ceremony. I I man.The bride's mother wore an aqua Mrs. V. O. Bridges, Mrs. R. E. invited to a'ttend. were: Suzanne Ford, Geraldine I Starring Jack Hawkins
tage points throughout, carrying I ed during the appointed hours. Edmundson, Mrs. R. R. Andrews, Miss Griffis, Lianne Edwards, Lorraine
dress with at time
matching one ANDGarden
street-length resided -
Palms white candles i iin -
__ out the gold color motif. The From town Mrs. J. magnolia, iMrs.: Jesse Newsome Mrs. Jane
out of were L. W. I in Starke I Priest, Mary Bollinger,
and accessories and a corsage of pink I with her sister,
tea table was lovely with an im- L. Kennedy of Lake Providence, spiral candelabra arrange I rosebuds. Mathews and Mrs. Jack Parker. Mrs. Dempsey. I Adams, Janice Vickers, Sue Deas, Of Evil

ported cutwork cloth, centered La.; Mrs. C. F. Sayles, Miami; ments church.of white gladioli decoratedthe The bridegroom's mother wore a During the social hour a "tea I II Mary Schmitt, Rose Marie Starling IN TECHNICOLOR

with an arrangement of gold- ,Mrs. Ida Dekle and Mrs. Ruby charcoal taffeta afternoon dress was held honoring the new members -I'I Terry Duke, Gayle Edwards,
rapture 'rose buds in a gold satin. Dekle Bethea of Richmond, Va.; Miss Earlene Decker, organist, i complimented with pink accessories and members of the Junior BPW Members Betty Jean Schmitt, Carol Ann With Gary Cooper and Susan

covered container. Four single Mrs. Nelson Dekle, Mrs. Jack and Eugene Brasher, soloist, pre- I and pink rosebud corsage. Woman's Club. The tea table was I[Have Yule Party Pickett, Barbara Matchett, Nancy Heyward
candle holders with burning: sented the wedding music. !' Plus Color Cartoon
gold Briggs, Mrs. Carrie Suddath, Mrs. Immediately following the cere- lovely with a centerpiece of red Bates, and Gail Dukes.
yellow tapers balanced the arrangement Martin H. Long, Mr. and Mrs. J. The ushers were Alex M. Stev- mony a reception was held in the gladioli and white pompoms in a!I The Starke BPW Club enjoyedits I I Those playing Tuesday night

All appointments on A. Wall, Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Car- erson of Auburn, Ala., James Al- Lily Hardin Nurses Home of the silver bowL Silver candle holders Christmas party Monday eve- were: Freeman Register, Mary Fri., Sat., Dec. 30, 31
the table were of gold. The man roll, Miss Connie Carroll, Mrs. C ton Lawson and Robert Taylor of Baptist I I Hospital. Assisting the with red burning tapers flankedthe I,ning at the home of Mrs. Marion Ann Long, Perman Roberts, Kay DOUBLE FEATURE -
tel in the dining room was a C. Mendoza, Miss Gloria Johns. Starke, Jimmy Turbeville of Fair I I bridal couple in receiving were' centerpiece. Mrs. L. D. Haines Howe, with co-hostesses Mrs. Hart, Linda Kay Sale, Buster

focal point with a beautiful, long Rev and Mrs. T. G. Mitchell, all mont, N. C. Miss Nan Eidson and Mr. and Mrs.C. and Mrs. L. A. Davis presided at auline Torode, Mrs. Gladys Green,I Partin, Saundra Dobson, Brenda You're Never

arrangement of gold leaves, gilded of Jacksonville; Col. and Mrs Miss Betty Turbeville of Colum- J. Floyd, host and hostess. the silver services at each end of'and Mrs. Phyllis Phillips. Lewis, Marilyn Hernwall Barbara Too YoungWith
berries and yellow button chry Owen Griffin Mrs. W. C. Whitten.Mr. bia, sister of the bride and maidof Magnolia leaves, ivy, candles and the table, where Russian tea was !I A brief business meeting was .,;Ann Blankenship Betty Ann Lewis.

santhemums.Mrs. and Mrs. Stewart Craig, and honor, wore a strapless, floor- white gladioli decorated the reception served. I presided over by the president I I I Carolyn Vickers, Betty Ann Sim- Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis

S. L Peek Sr., Mrs. Roy Tison Ritch of St. Augustine- ; length dress of red lace and nylon- rooms. Mrs. Mildred Doyle, and a social I mom Sandra Carmichael, Virginia -AND-
Ward and Mrs. E. L Matthews Mrs. J. W. Walton, Pompano net over taffeta. The fitted lace During the evening the bride Garden Club Plans I''Erwin, :Margaret Rose Duncan,
greeted the guests as, they ar-[Beach; Mrs. Gene Henry and Miss bodice had a sweetheart neckline.,and bridegroom left for a short To Omit Meeting hour was enjoyed with gifts distributed -''and Babs Lance. Three Hours To Kill

rived. Mrs. Perryman presentedthe Dianne Henry, Fernandina Beach; finished with soft net tucks, and''wedding trip, and upon their return from beneath a beauti- TECHNICOLOR\

guests to the receiving line*Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Durden, Bruce the full skirt had a lace top and will be at home in the H. A. The Starke Garden Club will not fully decorated Christmas tree by Donna Reed Dianne Foster

composed of Mr. and Mrs. Ritch, and Miss Frances Durden of Jack- wide gathered ruffle at the bot- Lawson garage apartment, Starke. hold its regular' meeting this ''Miss Jackie Arnold. Plus Serial Chapter Scartoon
their daughters, Mrs. H. M.!sonville Beach; Mr. and Mrs. tom with skirt of ruffles under- For traveling the bride wore a month because of the Holiday Refreshments'were served I Penny and Mike Corey of Pier- for Children
Richarde of the State Farm, Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones, Miss Elise Jones neath. She wore a matching red beige knit suit with brown lizard Tour held Thursday I by son are spending this week with
evening. the
H. A. Durden of Jacksonville Mrs. E. M. Rooks, Mrs Fred net stole, and carried .a bouquetof shoes .and bag, matching hat and hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Mersereau.
Beach, Mrs. S. R. Johns of Starke Guy, Mr. and Mrs. Ji H. RitchJr. three white poinsettia blooms. gloves: and the orchid from her
and son, Hamilton Ritch of ., John Ritch. Mr, and Mrs. W. The bridesmaids were Miss Ag- prayer book.
Gainesville. P. -Booras, Terri and Charles nes Lawson of Starke, sister of the Mrs. .Lawson finished the Fair-

Assisting in caring for the< .Booras, and W. M. Long of bridegroom, and Miss Louise Mar- mont, N. C., High school and was PARK of the PALMSCentral
guests were Mrs. L. A. Davis, .Gainesville; Mrs. Louis Hill, Mr. tin of Columbia. Their dresses graduated from the South Caro- -
Mrs. Del Colley, Mrs. H. C.land Mrs. George W.: Roberts, and and flowers were identical to thoseof lina Baptist Hospital School of
Ritch, Mrs. B. S. Carroll of Jack Mrs. Effie Miner of Lawtey; Mr. the honor attendant. Nursing. She also attended Co- '

sonville, Mrs. T. H. Slade Mrs. and Mrs. J. M. Darby, Bayard; The bride, who was given in lumbia College. For the past Plorida's Bible Conference
J. R. Wainwright, Mrs. Charles Mrs. Roy Ward and Darby Peekof marriage by her father, Hymon year and a half she has been em-
Darby, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, and Lake City; Mrs. Bynum Perk- Turbeville, was lovely in her wed ployed by Dr. John E. Holler in Keystone Heights Florida
Miss Elise Jones of Gainesville.Mrs. ins, Hampton; Louis Ritch, Bar- ding dress of Chantilly lace over Columbia.Mr. ,

J. W. Kincaid was in chargeof low; Mrs. J. H. Hall, and Mrs C. satin, designed with empire bodice Lawson finished Bradford GORDON L. PURDY, DirectorPROGRAM..IIISEASON -
the dining room decorations. H. Hall of Newton, Ga.; Mrs. W. fastened down the back with self- County High school in Starke, and
Presiding at the gold coffee S. Slade, Douglas, Ga.; and Mrs covered buttons, high neckline fin- served in the United States Armyfor
service at the tea table were Mrs.'Roger Guissinger of Baton Rouge, ished with Peter Pan collar, and two years. He is now a juniorat
T. J. Griffin Mrs. Carrie Suddath i'La.' long sleeves ending in points over the University of Florida In F 1956
the hands. The full skirt of satin Gainesville. Ill'

,J n Comes Monk, formerly of Key-1 BaptistVMU And SPECIAL FEATURES and HOLIDAY EVENTS

I stone, have rented a McKinney
I apartment on West Call He RA, GA MeetingsAfter
)!works for Humphreys And the BEGINNING DECEMBER 23 THROUGH CHRISTMAS .
i Raymond Polks of Trenton are the regular meeting of :' .... :
occupying one of the McKinney the Young People's organization I
.-- rental houses near the Gold of the First Baptist WMU. con December 26-January .1- DR. G. ALLEN FLEECE, Pres. Columbia Bible College, Colombia South

Every year the preChristmasrush the men boutonnieres The 17 i House Raymond works for ducted by Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, Carolina
gets dizzier and bizzier and|I[staffers present exchanged gifts, Central Fla. Gas Mrs. C. G. Priest presented her ,

I'm practically reeling from try-\j''and President Jimmy Peek madea |\ Hear that Charlie and Joan I kindergarten group la a Christmas'Nativity ] January -FREOERICK 1 R. kCV.'Kt'.' \>sne Christian Colony, \eys\ln Regf )Its,
ing to keep up with it all .. very "well received" after dinner j (Carpenter) Meyers have :anew program. j Fla.
Guess that's Impossible, for you! speech, announcing that each I[ address: 140 West Rhode Carols were sung by the 60)) ;

can't be jn six places at one time I employe would receive a Christmas ,Island Ave., Southern Pines, N. C. members present, and refreshments ,
I were served during the soc-\ January 9-13 --------_____DR. R. A. FORREST, Toccoa Fall Bible Institute. Toccoa
and that's for sure .. In bonus equal to a month'ssalary Stanley and Jewell and Billy Georgia
addition to the usual round of I and Elizabeth Noegel spent the ial hour by Mrs. Carl Roberta, Mrs.F. .! i
I I B. Beard, and Mrs. L/U. Morgan January 15-20 ___________REV. E. J. PUDNEY
parties, seems we've had the Everybody but everybody weekend at their camp in the General Secretary, Unevangelized Fields fission
grand opening of a new business seemed to be at the opening of Scrub, and Stanley joined the '

almost every day for the past Lovett's lovely new store Tuesday envied ranks of those who hav::: January 22-27 REV. PAUL R. VAN GORDER
----------- Hills
Baptist Church
week so I'll really be ready morning and among the new em- bagged a buck this season Intermediate RA and GA Auxiliaries Georgia East Point,
for a little rest around January ployes spotted there were Edna Olivia Goodman celebrated her'; held their regular meetings

1 .. How about you? Sweat, Sybil Bishop, and Thelma ninth birthday with a party last Monday night, enjoying refreshments II' FRANK BOGGS Base Soloist, Baptist Hour First Church
The Kopelousos family held Kersey, all cashiering Earl Grif- Saturday afternoon Prizes and singing Christmas Tallahassee Florida ,
open house Sunday afternoon and fis and Butch Whitehead In the were won by Sandra Warren and carols.

evening in their beautiful new produce department, and Nellie Joe Thigpen The birthday Both YWA groups met at the
Garden 301 .. Swindell January 29-February 3_____ REV. ROY W. GUSTAFSON St. Petersburg Florida
Restaurant on and Marguerite Libel in cake was topped with a chubby church Monday night for a special ,
Friends dropped in to tour the the meat division These were little Santa Olivia's aunt, meeting, preparing dolls, rabbits,

establishment and report that the all new faces, in addition to the Mrs. Earl Goodman, assisted in and cats to be distributed to needy February 5-10 -----------_ REV. MALCOLM CRONK, Pastor Wheaton Bible Church. Wheaton. III.
decor is simply out of this world old staff members An added entertaining Mrs., E. C. Lewis I families for Christmas.

The private dining room has touch were girls in hula dresses and four children, Irene Faulkner 12-17
February LATIN
-. --------_ AMERICAN MISSION featuring Rev Horace L.
a truly "garden" atmosphere, witha pinning Hawaiian orchids on Reed and Meed Lewis and Vera Fenton, Jr.,
real "live" tree growing rightup I customers who attended the open- Lee Thomas, gave a surprise din- The Lottie Moon Circle met Rev. J. M. Hatch, Rev. and Mrs. Iner L. Basinger-Special Music

through the roof, and vines 'ing ner party for husband and father Monday night in the home of

and other plants around the base I Seems that everybody's work- E. C. Lewis, last Friday night at Misses Dorothy Ross and Dorothy February 19-24 --------___ REV. CHARLES SEIDENSPINNER Pres. Southeastern Bible College,
.. Everything else is in keeping ing during the holidays See the Lewis home on Brownlee Road Alvarez, with the leader, Mrs. L Birmingham, Alabama
with the "garden" motif, makingfor Steve Weldon helping Ted Youngon The 13 guests included the G. Powell presiding. Mrs. L. A. .
a delightful atmosphere in the mail truck Sarah our children and their families Canova presented the program, assisted Anton Marco, baritone
which to dine George has Hunter and Essie Crosby at Add to most unusual thefts: I by Mrs. Don Patray, and ,

really done himself proud and deserves Stump's Margaret Rose Dun- some of Eolin Smith's prized recipes Miss Dolores McKnight. February 24-26 --.:.--______CHRISTIAN BUSINESS MEN'S COMMITTEE Southeastern
all the congratulations he can at Gem Jewelry Jackie Seems she had them, During the social hour, Mrs. Conference. Regional
Is getting. Colley at Koch's, Jackie Hobbs,''for safe-keeping, in her jewelry Powell presented each member _____
The staff of Mitchell's drug Sandra Strickland Kenneth Elder, box, and when a prowler wi with a lovely Christmas corsage.
store held their Christmas party and Barbara McComb, all at off with that last summer, the February 27-March 2_______ASSOCIATION OF BIBLE CONFERENCES and CAMPS Sixth Annual

Friday night, after closing hoursat Barksdale's, JoAnn Slade at,recipes went with the gems Mrs. Davis' Pupils Convention
the home of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Leila's, Adele Scholl at Roberts Eolin, says her family hasn't had

and Lester and Lucile Crews I Jewelry, Barbara Matchett at anything good to eat since Have Recital PartyMrs. March 4.9 J: MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE featuring Rev.
----- ---------- Chauncy B. Nordland Rev.
it was Rosa Tomlinson's birthday ,Robbins', George Canova at Canova's Note to thief: Keep jewelry, but ,
E. M. Davis entertained at Sidney E. Cox, and latest Moody Science films
including and
so there was a cake for her,! and Dennis Mathews at1Lovett's please return those recipes!
and then gifts were exchanged by See that Martha I 'Twas a lovely party at the a Christmas recital party in her > ,, Eternity

the 10 attending Calvin and|IWells Bales of Lawtey has joined I.E. K. Perryman's Tuesday after- home Wednesday afternoon of last

Marie Houpt entertained at a I the staff at Denmark's as book- noon when the Jim Ritchs cele- week. March 1M6 ___--"_________.REV. J. ALLEN BLAIR Memorial Presbyterian Church, St.,I.ou'L4tlis-

delightful holiday party in their keeper brated their golden wedding in Christams decorations, complete souri. Ronnie Avalone, Tenor, guest soloist. .
home Tuesday night for staff I I Nice to see Louise Tenly back,,the same home where they were with a lovely tree, were used for

members of Doctors Hospital, including -Yin the city hall after being on the>(married 50 years ago Hear the party. The 25 piano pupils of
March 18-23 _*.________ ___To be announced
Mrs. Davis each
wives and husbands: sick list for several weeks 'that one of their most apprec'a1 played a piano
Twenty-five persons took part in[Eunice and Jim Moncrief are gifts. was a television set. no less. number during the party.

the festivities and gift exchange :.moving into their lovely new homeon ,'from a brother of :Mr. Ritch . Delightful refreshments, carry- March 25-April 6 ---------EASTER VACATION CONFERENCE. Program events and activities

West Madison this week :< Well even if I had more ne."- ing out the Christmas theme were are planned to appeal to YOUNG PEOPLE (and families) on
Employees of the Florida Bank, :Lacy and Gladys Silcox are Niild- this week, you wouldn't have tiw erved at the conclusion. vacation from school
or college. Special
speakers will include _
wives, husbands, and guests, en-]ing a new bungalow on N. WaterI to read it, so guess I'll sign ,..'

joyed a festive dinner party at I until after Santa comes IP REV. GEORGE COLE, JR, Director Chinese Evangelistic Center
the new Garden Restaurant Hear that Joe and Lois (Denmark case you haven't heard it before New York City (formerly '
a missionary to West China).
Monday night Tables were dec- ) Thomas, former StarV-' Merry Christmas -and Hap : Clean Cotton Rasps. Dorothy Strathearn Soprano
have store in No Pants or Shirts. Bradford guest
orated in the holiday motif opened a new drug i I New Year!
the ladies received corsages andIof Crescent City Mr. and Mrs I -CaTt'- County Telegraph. .I

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J. E. Denmark is home for two I Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middletonand Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston :Mc- Mrs. Nell Beavers of Clearwater ( BPW Plans DanceThe
weeks from the Emory Dental had as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs W. Q. Dowling of Mel- Clane and sons of Atlanta ar s visiting her son-in-law and I
School, Atlanta, Ga. I Mrs. J. A. Bronson- and Mr, and bourne will be holiday guests of !rive Monday for a few days' visit laughter, Mr. and :Mrs. W. N. annual New Year's Eve
See the new line of Sewing :Mrs. C. M. Gay and daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Mr. with Mr. and Mrs. George Flynr .l 'forth at the State Farm through dance sponsored by the Stark
Machines at Shepherd's Radio Tampa, and Rev. and Mrs. B. H and Mrs. Eustis McKnight. Sr. andfamily.. I :he holidays. BPW Club, will be held Dec 31
& TV. Rawls of High Springs.Mrs. daughter, Dolores, and son, David Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile ant, : Misses Marguerite and June in the USO building. Dancing to
6/x.61 Mr. and !Mrs. Roger Ward and Maxie Carter Jr. is in were in Kingstree, S. C. over the son of Miami are overnight I dark of Miami and Mr. and Mrs the music of Larry Gibson's bane
daughter of Jacksonville will bo Orlando several weeks where her weekend attending the wedding of guests Friday of Mrs. W. G. Haile I Kenneth Clark of Jacksonvilleare will begin at 10 p.m. Tickets maybe
IN THE NEWSMr weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. mother, Mrs. J. B. Spencer underwent a.niece. :Miss Elizabeth Vause, tc I On Saturday the Jack Hailes and, spending the holidays with purchased from any club mem
G. Denmark and family.. I a major operation last LU Wilbur Joy. Mrs. Hailes will leave for Sylvania.Ga. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. ber.
Randall Davis spent Friday to week. Mr. Carter will join his Miss Mary Brownlee of Balti- to spend Christmas with Mrs. Clark.

and. Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr. Elmer Epps and son of Nettle- Sunday with his grandmother,I family there over the holidays.Mrs. more, Md. is spending from Fridayto Jack Haile's grandmother, Mrs.L. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smith Jr. and NOTICE

and children are visiting Mrs. ton, Ark. are visiting Mr. Epps'son Mrs. L. R. Gooding in Charleston C. H. Nasworthy is expected Monday with her mother, Mrs. N. Powell. They will return son, Larry of DeFuniak Springs The and First land Methodist in Hampton Church(no building furnishings
Peek's mother Mrs. W. H. Hol- and daughter-in-law Mr. and S. C. home today from the H. I* Brownlee. Mrs. Brownleewill to Starke on Sunday and leave arrive today to spend the holiday! ) are offered for sate sea
Thurs- Mrs. Harold I I }fro and Mrs. John H. Deas Jr. Baptist Memorial Hospital wher also have as Christmas day Monday for Miami where Mrs. weekend with their parents Mrs. ed bids will be received from, Sun
land, in Dublin, Ga. from Epps. day, Dec. 11, Wednesday) Jan
Monday. Mrs. Douglas White of Starke and family are spending the holi- she has been confined the pas' guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chas- Haile, Sr. will visit Mr. and Mrs. Lucile Davis, and Mr. and Mrs. 11, at 2 p.m. The board reserve-
day to
Mr.: and Mrs. L. D. Vining are and son, Dalton, of the U. of F. .day weekend with Mr. and Mrs. two weeks with a virus infection. teen Sr. Keystone Heights, an(' Haile Jr. and family and the L. F. Smith Sr. the Bids right will to be reject opened any at 3 and p,m all. at t-id.-: >-
spending the weekend with Mr. are in Griffin, Ga. visiting Mr. Deas Sr. in Jennings.Mr. Mr and Mrs. Dewey Warrer Mrs J. W. Lee- of Atlanta. Jack Hailes for ten days. Mrs. Willie May Judd and Mrs. home. Submit bids to me
and Mrs. Proctor Snow in Dublin and Mrs. H. B. Montgomery.Mrs. and Mrs. Albert Lee Cros-, and sons of Statesboro, Ga. are Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrewswill Mrs. I. E. Clark spent the week- Effie Johns 1Ild.son Freeman are I? Board Y. Saxon.of Trustees Chairman
Ga. Liney Flakes and grand- by Jr. and children are spending spending the holidays with Mr have as holiday guests, their end with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Clark spending Christmas in Panama First Methodist, Church!
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and I daughter, Lavern, of Jacksonvilleare rom Thursday .to Monday with Warren's parents Mr. and Mrs son-in-law and daughter CWO and family in Belvedere S. C. rty and Tallahassee. I Hampton Fla 12.lt 4t 1 .
sons of Tallahassee will be holiday I holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Crosby's parents Mr. and J. S. Sapp and family. and Mrs. Bernard Cohen of the Mrs. G. W. Lamar and son,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mrs. Bill Flakes and family. Mrs. H. \V. Townsend, in Atlanta.Mr. See the piety Jine of Sewing Panama Canal Zone, and their Phillip of Quincy will spend the t
Green. Mrs. John Love Wilkes is spend- and Mrs. R. O. Dansby Machines at Shepherd's Radio grandson *and family, Mr. and Christmas holidays with their

Mr. and Mrs. Charley ,Johns ing ten days with her son-in-law and son. Mickey, visited -Mr. and & TV. Mrs. Merrill Cohen and childrenof cousin, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell.Mr. .
have as weekend guests Mr. and and daughter, }Ir. and Mrs. F. Mrs. J. B. Dansby in Perry on Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Chamberrof Aberdeen, Md.Mies and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. .
Mrs. W. J. Olivenbaum of Or- H. Evans and family in Coral Sunday.Mr. Lake City are spending Christ Barbara Bunch left last and family spent Sunday with
lando, Mrs. Huldah Morgan and Gables. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and mas day with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Friday to spend the holidays with their parents Mrs. Lucile Davis .
Mr. and Mrs. Jameq Diffenbaughand Miss Marianne Sargerjt of West Mrs. Del Colley spent the week- Simmons and family. her parents Mr. and Mrs. George in Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. W,

children of Jacksonville and I Point, Ga. will be the house guest end in Atlanta. Mrs. Eve Godwin and Mrs. Bunch in Statesville N. C.. _- |IN. North at the State Farm.
"Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and Junius Smith visited Mrs. H. C -
K. G.
Mrs. Josephine David and son of during the holidays of the '-\to. ._\' _\' _\' _\' _\tit._\' _
of Jacksonville "
Baldwin.Mr. Duncans. daughter Pam, .Wall in St. Augustine Thursdayof -...., -,...
and Mrs. Louis Yancey, Jr. Kaspar Duncan who enteredthe spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. last week. ,Jolrs. Wall was re-
of Decatur, Ga. will be guests armed services in Fort Jack-. Doyle Conner. The Conners will cently released from the hospita' WISHING THE CITIZENS OF THE

next week Of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. son, S. C. last week will be home spend the Christmas holiday 'with there where she underwent an
Vining. for the Christmas weekend. the Sewells in Jacksonville. operation.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs..Harry Mooty and Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest Jonesof Richard Ray and two sonsf
Mrs. Ethel Pickren of Gainesville Starke Area A Happy Holiday
and Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Pick daughter, Gerry, will spend Orlando will be holiday,guestsof Jacksonville were visiting her Again it is Christmas a time to
ren and family of Ocala will bit Christmas with their cousins. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith. parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp
Peek. Sr. is spending find new faith and new hope in the
Peter and Mrs. S. L.
holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Milton St. on Tuesday.Rev. SeasonYOUR
Seeber Goodman. (family of Gainesville. Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Roy and Mrs. T. G. Mitchell.nd true spirit of the occasion a timeto
Ward and family in Lake City. children of Lakeshore were
bring throughts of friends and associates
I I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ensor Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs PATRONAGE HAS :MADE 1955
I Jacksonville to the bondsof
and Mrs. Mary Lane of John Arthur Torode. strenghten
r- and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mrs. Joe Wilson is spending companionship and understandingthat
Saxon of Oakland Park the weekend with her sister, MrsS.
llfflSTMASI Bertha make up the true spirit of
. holiday guests of Mrs. T. Dell, Sr. in Gainesville.
,Pearce. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pickering of It Has Been A Pleasure To Serve You Christmas We take this opportunity -

r Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Gainesville are spending the weekend to extend to each of you our
Christmas in Asheville -
are spending with their parents .Mr. and OUR SINCERE THANKS sincere good wishes at this glad
N. C. Mrs. R. .Alvarez and Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Mersereauwill I time of the year.
I and Mrs. L. N.
be in Cocoa Saturday and Mrs. E. E. Gunter and

Sweet time of security, Edward Sunday Mrs. Gene Parker.visiting Kuhn Mr.of Jacksonvillewere and and family Mrs. ;I daughter Ga.and and family Mr., Betty and Of,Mrs.Jacksonville of H Brunswick E. Gunter will- Doyle E. Conner Insurance AgencyPhone Mr. and Mrs. W. T. (Billy) JacksonAND

and L. A. Weaver
be holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. .
may it remain Wednesday guests of Mr. A. Christmas.Mr. 285 136 W. Call St. FAMILY

and Mrs. Hogan Smith. and Mrs. R. L. Alvarez\ and

with throughout I Everett and Fort McKinney Myers was on in businesshis Plant ; family of Fort Myers, Mr. and and '- ... ... ... ... 'P _. .
you City Mrs. M. H. Lang of Miami
\ week. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Strickland of
Mr. and Mrs Wm. H. Thomsonand Belle Glade will be holiday guestsof :-.:;'-"
the days to come. family of Monticello and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez

and Mrs. John W. Griffin of and family and Mr. and Mrs. Paul '
''ochlocknee Ga. are spending the
Raymond. It -
LAWSONS MARKETStarke '.weekend with their parents, Mr. pleasure
was a.
'and Mrs. F. F. stump.Mr. e .
Florida I and Mrs. L. A. Brown

Jr. of Jacksonville will be week-
end guests of Mr. and Mrs

k Hogan Smith. ;'"-"' ,. "\ '
Mrs. A. Z._Adkins is having a.? <0 .' "-. \' 'H't'.l": ."U;.' ...."

4 guests Mrs. J. L. Briggs of Jacksonville :' s,; )' ,seas'. .' -..::- ,. ; ". l ,' {. to greet thehundreds
s this week Mrs. Fred r j5l"1.
Guy and children, Jane aDd Jim- :, : < "
w' t > of
my, of Gainesvile, through the ."' "" .... ;0...':
holidays, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. \, :

f Adkins Jr. and children of Gaines- : .
Christmas Day. '. '_ _t, '" ." friends whoattended
ville on '.,, '. ,
r .. Mrs. J. G. Millican of Palatka ID,e/llQrN wJ will be the weekend guest of MiT: "
t .Q Hfflt and Mrs. A. E. McKinney. The "All I ask, Santa is one delicious the

w rS McKinneys and their guest, and dinner a week at the
Everett :McKinney and Miss Con- Guidon drill!"

} nie Knight are spending Christ- To that wife opening of our
with MrsI.
mas day in Bushnell we'll take a bow .
1l a.
B. Dinkins. Santa even .
Mrs. Effie Johns and son, Free- ce. -i
eats here now! new store
and .
man, Mrs. Willie Mae Judd .
Cki Mrs. W. S. Mobley spent Monday rt. .
., jIDa shopping in Gainesville.Mrs. 4
Orie Wiggins and children, ; SaturdayWe
and Rev. L. G. Hemingway will i
visit relatives in Elizabeth, N. C. Kopelousos, Owner

From The Personnel next week. Starke, Fla.

of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.will M.be C. overnight Ford of believe that you, too, were pleased with our enlarged floor space and displays, and

H.guests J. Waters.Saturday The of Waters Mr. and family Mrs the many other innovations that we have added for the convenience and shopping pleasure

THEATRE to Monday in Alachua
t STARKE with plan Mrs.spend Leland Waters. l I pr of our customers. We appreciate the interest shown in our new line of appliances,

HM-3 Buddy Faxon of Camp

Dedicated To Community Service LeJeune N. C. is home for ten including vacuum cleaners, electric irons, mixers, deep Friers, clocks, radios,
leave with his mother, Mrs.
"Movie Are Better Than Ever"If
W. D. Faxon and family. toasters, blankets, etc., and assure you that we will provide ,the same good service on

you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre: Ad I Eugene Allwooa, a student of try Iln.

cot ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS the Naval Academy School, Bain- these that we have always offered with our gas equipment.
bridge, Md. is spending the holidays -

Sat. Dec. 24 Only with his parents. Mr. and ......
-- THE ROAD Mrs. Charles Allwood at the "'" --..
I z
Double Feature TO DENVER State Jimmy Farm.Shambach of the Colorado ;." EstUllNtSJAUOWS\ REMEMBER SLADE'S BIG CHRISTMAS PARTY THIS WEEKEND

School of Mines, Denver, Colois M JHE NATIVES or JAVA RELISH I
AND ji PAlHf'Mi spending the holidays with his SOUP MADE FROM THE NESTS OF !

Mrs. R. S. Mullins and son, ANIMAL SUOSTANCE 6" I 1 1iflr -
:. &lAIDh tobin, are spending from Thursdayto I PRIZES Absolutely
\v nn Monday in Ocala with her and 3GRAND
I U dy Ulnfhln. Dr. Mullins' parents Mr. and Mrs. Special

., L. T. Izlar and Mr. and Mrs. G. (Nothing To Buy)
,, \.\\.\.\ 1I.'r 7fi7ATiimEuDoI "J.. W. Mullins. Dr. Mullins is joininghis Christmas Camera .
'I. I, family on Christmas Eve.
\\ I/i/' Mrs. Herbert Bitter and daughter OUTFIT RENTAL

Phyllis, of Bloomfield, N. J.I I
are visiting her parents, Mr. and Indoor-Outdoor Movie or ..-

Mrs. J. B. Bowden. Stereo Outfit for Only I PWKB
_c Robert t oery-Jil hrmynlI" See the new line of Sewing 120.GALLON DVR C DEARBORN
'-ChIII Jacqueline de Wit Tweedy Canova: Machines at Shepherd's Radio $5.00Yes TAPPAN AUTO IATIC

Plus:: "Invisible Mouse" Cartoon i rAnd Chapter 8 Serial &Mr.TV.and Mrs. A. A. Robinson of picture-taking can adda Beaird Tank Vented Heater
weekend lot of fun to your Christmas. RANGE
Anniston, Ala. are guests
Sun., Mon., Tues. Wed.. Thur. Dec. 28, 29 of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Oakes. To prove it to you, we're mak- $159.95 Value 124.00 Value

December 25, 26, 27 Quentin Durward Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman ing this very special offer. 329.95 Value
and Mrs. T. W. Oliver, Sr. of St Special Christmas rental: Given Away To Be Given Away -
TENDER TRAP Simons Island spent the weekendin movie or stereo camera, light- To Be Given Away

-- J ,I St Petersburg.Mrs. Ing equipment everything you' Thursday, Dec. 22 Friday, Dec. 23
I W. S. Slade of Douglas need for Indoor and outdoor Saturday, D ec. 24
Ga. is spending the holidays witv picture-taking all for only 5.00 .P.M. 5:00 P.M.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sinclair and 5:00 P.M.
And if decide to
; $5.00 ( you
h Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade.
Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke and keep the equipment, your rental .

Butch Locke are visiting relativesin will apply toward the purchase

Portsmouth, N. H. for two price.)

,4. staying with the Lockes here.
Merry ChristmasAND .
remain in Portsmouth.
'r' 8 +'jwill Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish of A YOU NEED NOT BE : PRESENT TO WIN ON THURS. & FRI. DEC. 22-23

ptlhY West Palm Beach are spendingthe
holidays with their parentsMr. HappyHew
and Mrs. D. W. Carpenterand
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red I

/ti dish.Mrs.. Victor Berry and sons of Year Slade Gas

Dillon, N. C. are visiting her pvents CompanyNext
:Mr. and :Mrs. J. S. Sapp an<* I I- :lI
and family. I
a I Dr. and Mrs. H. B. :McLendorand I II I STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP

:Mrs. E. S. Matthews will arrive -
Plus "Yoko Yankee" Cartoon and Plus "Bull Fright" Cartoon an today from Orlando to spend Door To Lovett's New Store. West Madison St. Starke Fla.
Latest World New! I Latest World News ,
the Christmas weekend at the
-,,, ., ''' ', -> (Matthews home here. .


FLORIDA : !.It. 1931
FRID VY, .u"n11'r-nmJ.1t,, *MA. fl

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By Mary Kay Schaeffer- Phone Keystone 4127 II
flsSflSSSflrSSSSflflflS .rsserrssSStSSSttSSSStSSSS r a
I You are Cordially l
Woman's Club To Hold I(I Keystone Sub-Teens Hold
Christmas Tea Dance At St. William'sThe
The Keystone Heights Woman's boys and girls of Mr. Rid- Invited to our ? ,

Club .will hold its regular program aught's 7th and 8th grades held 1Y

meeting on Tuesday,Dec. 27, their Christmas Party at St.

at 2 p.m. There will be no covered William's Recreation Hall Thurs- M
dish luncheon. Instead, a tea will day evening Dec. 15.

follow the program. I The hall was beautifully dec- I

Guest speakers for the day will crated with all sorts of greenery +
be CoL and Mrs. Ralph A. Stevens, and tinseL The boys of Mr. Rid-
who will give a talk on Japan. tught's room had cut down a love-

, Col. and Mrs. Stevens have had ly big Christmas tree and set it :i- : j-_ _
two tours of duty in Japan, with up in the halL: The tree was dec :

the Army. While in Japan, Mrs. orated by the girls. The table
Stevens studied Japanese flower was adorned with a gum-drop tree

arrangements, and will give an and holly and mistleto.

interesting demonstration duringth Games and dancing were enjoyed I
program. during the evening. There was an :
SANTA JERRY LIVINGSTON Is shown here giving out gifts at the
Each member is urged to at- exchange of gifts, and Dick Siprel-
Christmas Dance given by the 7th and 8th grades of the Keystone .
tend, and to bring a friend. le and Jerry Livingston acted as
Mrs. Charles T. Smith, presidentof I Santa Claus in giving out the Heights school in St. William's Recreation HalL Photo by Martha
I'I Livingston.
the Woman's Club, has announced -gifts.

that Mrs. Sara MsDonald Room Mothers, Mrs. William
Dodd's niece, Miss Alice Dodd, and Children Of St. William's
will be chairman of the Woman'sClub Siprelle and Mrs Elmer LIving- Alice's I
friend, Charles Kirkland, Hold Christmas Pageant
baked booth at the
goods j Iston, were hostesses, and the chil- Tuesday, Dec. 20. One might I Sunday afternoon, the childrenof g
annual of the membersof 6
the Clay meeting Electric CooperativeInc. I dren's teacher, and Miss Gertrude think they were Yankees, canoeingin .. St. William's Catechism Classes 4 -.. ,I
December, while most good entertained their
., which will be held on the Houser, the principal of the school, parents and
Southerners are sitting home by friends with a Christmas pageant
grounds of the main office herein :were there during the evening.
the fire. given in the Recreation Hall. Bob
Keystone Heights on Jan. 19. I Mrs. Fred Dodd and her son, '' TUESDAY
Morgan was Master of Ceremonies,
This promises to be a big day in ,John, went on a canoe-trip down PTA Christmas Program and each scene was explained bya
Keystone Heights. :Juniper Springs Run with Mrs. Draws Large Crowd
group of children in choral reading -
The Keystone Heights PTA met .. The Chorus was fnmnnaoA v...,.. w nf"'. DECK 27 1955or
for its regular meeting on Dec
Pat ,
Ryan Dick Siprelle Patricia
13, at 7:30: p.m. Christmas was
INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE the theme, and every child in the Harrold, Barbara Drake, Mary Jo .. .
school had a part. Siprelle, Mary Ann Schaeffer, and t.-;.. .
Butch Fox. ..
The Invocation was given by
The first scene was the Gardenof
Mrs. Jones' class, who recited in .
Paradise; the second scene was ,
union Bible verses from Luke.
the Annunciation; the third, The I
They also sang the old favorite,

"Away in a Manger." !'!Decree the Hillside; the; fourth the fifth, Shepherds The Arrivalof on ; .1i We Take Pride in Announcing That We Are .
RADIO Mike Walrath, master of cere- '
the Shepherds and last, the I'I..
; I.
r. monies, announced each number.Mr. 1L : I.I.
Magi. I.
AND Ridaught's room gave the
y second part of the program, as' The Characters were as follows: the New Franchised Chevrolet Dealer For ,I

TELEVISIONSales follows: John Dodd played two Adam, Peter Manown; Eve, Jackie ,
ZENITH 17" accordion solos, and then he play- Fox; Angel, Michele Harrold;
Evanston T1811R 159.ss ed the piano for Frances Reavesto Mary, June Drake; Joseph, David

sing "0, Holy Night." Lane Schaeffer; Inn Keeper, Jimmy I ./. Starke and Vicinity, Having Purchased the !?
When Your TV Needs Jackson gave a reading, David Fox; Shepherds, Nicky Burson, III
Service Call 166 -.... and Service White played a cornet solo, Mike John Harrold, and George Allen; !I

I I I 1111' J 61 Walrath recited a poem, and Bobby Kings, John Allen, Jimmy Fox,
224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, FloridaJ Redfearn and Pat LaMee and Mike Siprelle; Angels, Janet Agency From the Torode Chevrolet Com

brought the house down with the Manown, Pamela Schuch, Gayle II II

I song, "I'm Gettin' Nuttin for Burson, and Jackie Fox. I

Christmas." Frances Reaves, Su- Children giving special recita- __ .I Ipony.

sanne LaMee, Aggia Watson, and tions were: Nickie Burson, Janet -,
r Lane Jackson sang "White Christmas Manown, David Gaboardi, Debby DREW RATLIFF .

." I I I Brault, and Gayle Burson. I'I II .

GIFT BOXESNAVEL Miss Gcrnto's room featured a The pageant was under the I I

Rhythm nana playing "Jingle supervision of Sister Igantius and
Bells," and a. Christmas Acrostic Sister Elaine, who came from had years of experience in the Automobile Business in

PINEAPPLE PINK which featured Betsy Glisson, De- Gainesville to teach the Catechism

lores Murrhee, Vicki Ridaught, Classes. Live Oak and are qualified to give you the service and satis-
Fast Guaranteed
By Express Delivery Linda Lee Anthony, JoAnn Refreshments were served fol-

FINEST QUALITY SELECTED SIZES i Thomas Janice Forsythe Sharon Glover, and, Ann Pamela Hall, lowing the entertainment. faction you expect and deserve as Chevrolefowners./ We will be

TREE RIPENED DIRECT FROM GROVELmART1N'S II Thompson. A recitation was given Mrs. McKay and Mrs. Beam
by Ernie Williams, Andy Eiland,,.Hostesses At Bridge
happy to meet you at our official opening on Tuesday 'Decem-
i V :Marshall Beam, Mickey Jackson, Mrs. Bill Beam and Mrs. J. B. ,
and Mike Weeks. :Mike Weeks McKay were joint hostesses at a '
FRUIT SHOP then sang a solo. bridge party at the home of Mrs. ber 27th. .

Miss Houser's room gave a McKay on Lake Brooklyn on "
Temple Avenue choral reading, "Why,do Bells at Thursday. Dec. 15.

:. Christmas Ring?", with, their, Those present at the afternoon
"'\. teacher at the piano. |I party were Mrs. Fremont Tolles,
- -
Miss Mansfield's room had a Mrs. John Detweiler, Mrs. Al Nel-

Christmas Nativity tableau, whichwas son, Mrs. Everett Fox, Mrs. Frank .
GIV4i-r) beautifully done with spot- ngen, Mrs William Terry, Mrs. See The New 1956 Chevrolet on
lights and a background of flute Tom Carey, Mrs. C. J. Bastedo,

J PRESENT TOO' PLAN j music by the children in her flute Mrs. Lindsay Walker, Mrs. Charles

I band. |I Smith, Mrs. Gay Livingston*.,Mrs.

? TO GIVE IT CARE I Everyone Agreed it was/ a lovely Bill Siprelia, Mrs Velma Menzen, I

'# program, but that what we neeu Mrs. Lowell Mathews, Mrs. Kyle Display on Our Floor on .
WNT IT AND REMODEL IT is a new and larger auditorium.Club McMurtry, Mrs. Mary Dona, Mrs.
Catherine Rose, Mrs. W. C. Mc-
Plans DanceSt. Crary, and Mrs. Vesta Aiken.
) William's Catholic Club met Winners in the afternoon were

for the regular monthly meetingon First prize, Mrs. Carey; Second Opening Day Dec. 27th
Dec. 10, at 8 p.m. Plans were prize, Mrs. Nelson; Floating Prize, ,
formulated for a St. Valentine'sDay Mrs. Bastedo.

CH Dance to be held at the Sky-I I Guests in the evening were Miss

yAS IrpU tel, probably on Feb. 10 Gertrude Houser, Mrs. Carl #

\ More details on this later. I Carnes, Mrs. Hunter McElrath, :
Mrs. Ray Starnes, Mrs. Thos.
St. Anne's Episcopal Church .. Sutherland, Mrs. E. T, Martin, I
Plans Candlelight Service H
LlKADIMARK ..Uc.'O.45s.333. Mrs. Henry Hall, Mrs. Don Christ-
St. Anne's Episcopal Chunch;
i offers, Mrs. Bill Cannon, Mrs. E.
will hold a Candlelight Service on
Weichel, Mrs. Louis Kyle, Mrs. .
Christmas Eve,, starting at 11:30
E. McKav, Mrs. Gordon Adams,
'p.m. IS. Frank Walrath, Jr., Miss
Richard E. Byrd will conducta
j Connie Knight, Mrs. H. L.
_l SERVICE Morning Prayer Service on
-- I Jr., Mrs. Clinton Denny; Mrs. R. .
Christmas morning, starting at 9
BUILDERS' S7IPPL/ES ;iN., Sunderland, Mrs. Ken Platt,
o'clock. Mr. Byrd is from the
and Mrs. Bart Holm. Winners in
Seminary in Alexandria, Va.
the evening were: First prize,Mrs.
S.A.l. pat; No Christmas Mass Starnes; Second prize, Mrs. Mar-

At St. William'sAt tin; and Floating prize, Mrs.

present writing, members of I Gordon Adams.
St. William's Catholic Church will
j .
go to Starke to either MidnightMass
'I or Christmas Morning Mass, I

this year.


James spend C. Houser Christmas of Jacksonvillewill with his We are happy to announce that the following employees of long standing with (fTorode I

sister, Miss Gertrude Houser, at I
s her home on Lakeview Drive. Chevrolet Co. will remain with us and will be on hand to greet their old friends and customers

Mrs. William S. Siprelle Sr. -. ..
WINTER SPECIAL better known as "Jo" is in I .'f-'.9?: at "the old stand" Cleveland Driggers, Sid Shuford, George Shuford.We .

Keystone Heights visiting her son : :
Lakeview Drive. .
and his family on fir' "
Mrs. Siprelle is from Vacaville,
1 GAL PRESTONE Calif. She expects to be in Key- : are also glad to announce that L. F. (Monk) Dinkins has joined our sales force. Mr.

ANTIFREEZE! 3.25 stone for several months. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Livingston Dinkins is well known throughout Bradford ,County, and you may be assured that he I I
D 355 and children will spend Christmas
in New Symrna with Mr. Livingston's CHARLEY, E. JOHNS & SON will trade with you to your entire satisfaction. Mr. McCondichie will no longer be
HEATER 29.95 I grandmother, Mrs. J. P. about this question *
Turner Jr.

INSTALL HEATER 4.50 Mrs. Marguerite Ryan and son, This Christmas Season we.. with us.
Pat, left Monday to drive to Miami I
t are blessed both with Peace
to bring Mrs. Ryan's mother Mrs.
TOTAL PRICE 37.70 I Mary Goodson, home for Christ- On Earth, and a rebirth of I
Good Will Among >Ien. Thisis
mas. Mrs. Goodson had been in a

!IJIlami Hospital for surgery, but more true today among :

,had recovered sufficiently to go to nations than for many years.

SPECIAL ONLY 2995 the home: of her son who lives in I Let us show our gratitudeby RATLIFF

I Miami. The Goodsons and the emphasizing the religious :
;Ryans live in HillcrestMr. .
aspect of Christmas which
Add $1.95 For 12 Volt Systems I and Mrs. John Karges left celebrates the birth of Christ, .
Keystone Heights early Tuesday
YOU SAVE 7.7S-BUY TODAY! I morning to drive to Houston, and his teachings of Peace on

I Texas to spend Christmas with. Earth Good Will Toward

their daughter and son-in-law and :
Cars and Trucks --- All Makes I grandchildren.John Men.MERRY CHRISTMAS Chevrolet Co.

i II' Fredrikkson has returned I

from two weeks in New York,
All Models
I where he went on business. He I Charley L Johils&SonAgency
attended a board meeting of the

HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR t CO. I Amn.he Mrs.is an Cyanide Oscar executive.Ritch Company returned, in which homeon Phone 111 Walnut and Court Sts. Starke, Fla.PAGE .

PHONE 69 STARKE, FLA. Saturday from; Riverside Hospital Phone 13 Starke, Fla.ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAL.
in Jacksonville, where she
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NOTICE, TO APPEAR of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Bradford county telegraph shall Acts of 1941, will register! wish the
A Sweet Old Custom I fa Circuit Court Bradford CountyFlorida or before the 9 day of Jan.. 1956; publish this Order In next four 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
i la Chancery. otherwise the allegations of said weekly Issues. ,'for Bradford County, State of Flor-
Home Demonstration "
Dorothy. Carlos Louise Ishmael DeSwarte Balarezo,Balarezovs. Defend", Complaint will be taken as confessed Witness my hand and official seal ida, upon receipt of proof of publi-
ant. Case No. 10-991 by yon. at Starke, Florida, this :Nov. 30, cation of this notice, the fictitious
Notesby a J This notice stir Tie published 1955. name of Colonial Florist under
J i .. w i Notice To AppearTo once each week for four consecutive .
ON' \ : Carlos Ishmael Ealarezo, (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles DarbyAs which we are engaged in businessat
iJ1tti'fj":>> weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Clerk of said Court 506 Nona St. Starke Fla.
". ", whose residence and address is: raph.
f J -'''U-; : Unidad Yecinal Mirones 8-E, LimaPeru. Dated By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Owners: Ruby Johns 504 E. Laura
,' this :2!
\ day of Dec. 1955.::
""" .. .;,,% Ask s Iy I OFFICIAL lIon. Chas R. Hess 204-05 GuarantyLife St. Starke. Fla.
t' DOROTHY ROSS 1f" j>' : You are hereby notified that a L ( Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A Darby Building, Jacksonville Fla. R. E. Mundorff E. Laura St.,
suit fordivorce Attys. for P1!. 1Z4t 12/23 I Starke. Fla.
Home Demonstration Agent and restoration of former By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. Dated this 2nd day of December,
12/9 4t 12/30
name A.D., 1955.: at Starke. Fla.
I Notice is hereby given that the
has been tIled ag&lnat you In the IB Circuit Court Bradford undersigned, under the provisions of 12, 2 4t 12 n
Jlt'DbronnII! iIub; learned that it is better to let above named Court and cause and Florida Ia Chancery. County Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida,

The Heilbronn 4-H Club met I the cake cool before cutting it ':, your you are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint of Crews Bessie, Crews Defendant., Plaintiff, vs. A. D.
I It
at Miss Edith Moore's home Fri so it won't crumble, and to let ." on the Plaintiff AttorneyT. Case No. 10.1301
. ,., David Burns. 308 Guaranty Order Of Publication
day to learn to bake gingerbreadso it cool on a rack (an over rack Aid Xotlee Ta
; Life Building, Jacksonville.. Fla.,, Appear State .f Florida Tot
they could bake some at home will do) so the air can circulateunder' An and file the original In the office of A. D. Crews, whose residence and i
the holi the Clerk of the Circuit Court on address is: Care of Ettie Prescott, !'
for their families during the cake._ f .j
i 1 or before the 2 day of January,, Hoboken, Georgia. HUNDREDSof
days. Those present were Char- Miss Moore served the gingerbread I 1956; otherwise the allegation of You are required to appear on I I
said Complaint will be taken u Jan. 2, 195, in the above named
lene Cowart, Louise Cowart, San- with iced tea to everyone.The 'S ti: confessed by you. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff '
dra Solano Nettle Sweat., Faye would like share 1 This notice shall be publishedonce seeks divorce. 'I details are managed and economic-
girls to i
each week for five conseca- Bradford County Telegraph shall
and Green. \ I
Shirley the recipe with you. tlve week In the Bradford County publish this Order in next four ally attended that only a trained and
Each girl had fun. measuringthe p t Telegraph. weekly Issues. I careful organization can attend when
ingredients and Miss Ross, Fairy Gingerbread # 1 Dated this 25 day of November,, Witness my hand and official seal
One-half cup raisins, onehalfcup ?r 1955. at Starke, Florida, this Nov. 25, I the urgent need for serving is at
Home Demonstration Agent, OFFICIAL SEAL Charles 1955. :
i : ) A. Darby;
showed them to combine butter or other shortening, 1 .c Clerk of the Circuit Court (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. oarby hand.
how cup brown sugar, one and one- By Marian 1.. Crosby Deputy Clerk As Clerk of said Court. ,
them. The cake turned out very ; 12/2 4t 12/23 Pv f Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I
half ,
cups sifted flour, one-half Chas. R. Hess,
204 Guaranty Life'
but the girls DeWITT C. JONESPhone
light and tasty II
Bldg...Jacksonville, Fla. I
cup milk, 2 eggs, one and one- la The County Judge' Court In
I I'half teaspoons baking powder, 1 r ;.2 0a eta? And RE:For: Estate Bradford of County, FloridaIN : Attys. for Plf. U4t 1223la 7 Starke FTa.

teaspoon vanilla, one-eighth teaspoon FRANK C. HOLLINGSWORTH,, Circuit Court. Bradford Conaty. 1I1I I.
I r.v'S' DECEASED. Florida la Chancery.
FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S cinnamon, one-eighth tea NOTICE OF FILIJfG PETITION Edith Mae .' chols, Plaintiff vs. Funeral Director Ambulance Service
spoon allspice, one-eighth tea- FOR RESIGNATIONTO James Green Nichols, Defendant
spoon ginger.Thoroughly. ALL PERSONS INTERESTED Case No. 10-1312 Our local funeral home enables U to offer convenience an*
IN THE ESTATE OF FRANK C. Order Of Publication And Notice To
JUST ONE cream butter and Y Q 4 HOLLL1I GSWORTII, Deceased: Appear State Of Florida Tot service not otherwise available.

\ Separate eggs, beat whites You are hereby notified that on James Green Nichols; whose resi
FRIGIDAIRE sugaj. November 29, 1955. the undersigned! .
dence is. North Port. Alabama and I I I I I 11114
until firm but not dry, and the + Executor of the estate of Frank C. whose address Is

Made only by. General "yolks until thick and lemon colored. .yf.M. :... .. ..YA ,C' '... .' "' >., yo'.",. tR Petition Hollingsworth in the, office deceased of ,the filed County a Port, Alabama.You Star Route. North We furnun the highest type service at lowest prices, and

Motors Corp. All other Add sifted dry ingredients u ;:.:\ ':::':'i'< vg :",. '" v : r Judge in and for Bradford County Jan. 2 are required in to appear on i accept ANT life insurance policy ta force toned by ANT
Fonda resigning as said Executorand 1956 the above named
Electric Refrigerators are alternately with eggs, vanilla, p- asking for an order approving Court find cause, wherein plaintiff I company u payment ia part or la full on fuieraj.

made by ether companies and milk. First and last additions It's an Old-World belief that Christmas Sweets-when shared with his accounts and discharging him. seeks support divorce of minor, custody child., control and Consultation crrte BO obligation.

and cannot use the word should be flour. Stir quickly it's Yuletide visitors-keep the Spirit of Christmas in your house! So hearing Said Petition on 10th will day be of called January up for, _" 1 III II ,j
important to serve at least one confection that everyone likes 1956 at 10 A.M.. before the Hon
Frigidaire. until batter is smooth. Add an easy treat, too, that children can help with. "Christmas Balls," orable Theron A. Yawn, County
raisins. Bake in a wellgreasedpan for instance,made with that deliciously crunchy: candy-coated cereal, Judge, at his office in the Court-
house in Starke, Bradford County .
8x8x2 inches in ,& moderateoven Sugar Crisp-all gayly studded with candied cherries. Florid
350 degrees about 25 to 30 Small girls, like this one, who can make good-looking bows, love ames Franklin Holllngsworth.
to tie these Kris Kringles in Executor of the Estate of FrankC.
bright ribbons and make them look
? ? minutes. Top with butter frosting exciting and wonderful as they taste. as Hollingsworth, deceased.By Hey Kids! SEE
desirable sauce. I Joseph A. McGowan.
or any
THEN SEE Kris Kringles Attorney for the Estate. ,
Hot gingerbread with butter is 12/2 U 12/23
2 H cups Sugar Crisp y teaspoon soda
grand to eat. Or serve with Ji cup chopped % cup dark corn syrup In Circuit Court Bradford County,
E. H. SMITHTenth fresh or canned fruit or whipped candied cherries % cup milk Florida ID Chancery
Chrystobelle Fannie Swingle, Plain
cream for dessert. H cup sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla tiff, vs. Robert Milton Swingle, De-
Butter Frosting y teaspoon salt H cup butter or margarine endant. Case No. 10-1314
and Temple ATe. Order of Publication and Notice to Santa
One tablespoon butter, onehalfcup Combine cereal and cherries in large greased bowl Combine sugar, Appear State of Florida Tot
Starke, Fla. confectioner's sugar, ons- salt, soda, corn syrup and milk in saucepan. Bring to a boil over Robert Milton Swingle whose residence
medium heat, stirring to dissolve sugar. Continue boiling, stirring and address is: c/o Mr. JohnT.
vanilla, 2 tea- Walker, Iron Workers Local,
fourth teaspoon constantly, until a small amount of mixture forms a firm ball in cold East Lombard Street Baltimore 24,
water (or to a temperature of 246F.). Remove from heat and cool Maryland.You .

1 minute. are required to appear; on
Add vanilla and butter and beat until thick. Pour over cereal and on Jan. 9, 1956, in the above named
mix well. Let stand until mixture is cold. Butter hands lightly and t,Court divorce.and cause, wherein plaintiffseeks at the

shape mixture into 2-inch balls. Makes about 12 balls. To make I Bradford County Telegraph shall
Christmas tree decorations, tie balls with red and green ribbon. publish this Order in next four
weekly issues. T
r Witnem my hand and official
seal at Starke Florida this Dec. I.
spoons if
you will first chill it for sev- 1955.

Yo y a I Cream butter, add sugar grad I eTal hours in the refrigerator. 1(OFFICIAL SEAL) M

ually, and continue "After-Christmas Charles A. Darby,
ft creaming. turkey can be I As Clerk of said Court.
Olh Stir' in vanilla. Add cream as II II just as gooil as it was on December By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Martin J. Pearl, 201
Smith Building,
i the frosting becomes thick. 25, when you turn it into a Jacksonville. Florida.

:, Secret "In the United States I turkey pie." We find it to be a Attys. for Plf. 12/9 4t 12/30

MfQQY C-\1RI$1iflA\ gingerbread Senate dining every room noon.they Some serve of Turkey favorite One and([Pie at our house. I I.Florida Circuit NOTICE la Court Chancery TO Bradford APPEAR Coaatyi FRIDAY, DEC. 23 -- 12 to 1 P.M.-3 5 P.M.WIIWifc .

one-half diced
the Senators eat it like bread. cups 'Jacqueline A. Moorer, Plaintiff, v 8.
o It's such a healthful food for all cooked turkey,, one-fourth cup Leon B. Moorer, Defendant.

To Our Many Friends and Customers May of us to eat." cooked diced celery, 2 tablespoons Voile To--Appear_ Case. No. 10-1315 ;]
finely minced onion, threefourthscup To: Leon B. Moorer, c/o Sabine a J
Did You Know That "You Transportation Co., P. O. Brawer
The New Year Bring Joy and Happiness can have fruit cake on hand to cooked diced carrots, one- 1500: Port Arthur Texas. v 4
fourth cup canned or cooked peas, You are bereby notified that a
eat year round. :Mrs. Calvin suit forDivorce FAVORS

and Good Health Houpt bakes a year's supply and white one and sauce one-half or turkey cups gravy.medium minor, care child custody and supportof C' =

stores it in her-refrigerator. Or
Place turkey, vegetables, and bag been filed against you in the ,
it can be stores for one year in above named Court and cause and
sauce in layers in shallow baking you are required to serve a copy of
the home freezer by wrapping in
dishes. Bake in hot your answer or pleading to the complaint
moisture-vapor-proof (as on the Plaintiffs Attorney
WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE aluminum foil). Thaw paper at room degrees F, for 20, minutes or un Starke Williams, Florida& Futch, P. O. Box 18$, Hundreds of Happy Youngsters greeted Santa at our Store last
til hot through. :Meanwhile cut

234. N. Temple .Ave. Starke, Fla. temperature Mrs. Ralph for Alvarez three hours.says she pastry into four circles or other, and file the original. In the officeEarl's Friday. Be sure to join the throngs who will greet him there

shape and bake 12 to 15 minuteson '
finds that a fruit cake will slice again this Friday.
baking sheet. Place baked
1 much easier and in thinner pieces
pastries on top of pie and serve. -" ". .. '. .

One seasoned -. __ _-, __._ _.: __ __ _:ii ______ _.__ .._ __ _: =_ :_;;.;
cup mashed pots

toes may be used in place of ,) t
pastry. Add potatoes in ring
-,1'; r
around edge of pie before baking.i I
Four servings.A .
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ALL! Never
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.. la Circuit Court. Bradford Co..D'",

William FInrMn C.In Wetherell.CMnrrry.Plaintiff V9.I I A Famous Brand Television With
Beatrice Marie Wetherell Defend-
Our present manager, Jerry O. Gay, ant. Case No. 10131arlre 9
\ 'rr AppearTo TO WISFt YOA
whose: Beatrice residence Marie and Wetherell, All These DeLuxe Features Been Offered
address Is'
has resigned 7589 Carroll Avenue, Takoma Park. J
Maryland. '
.i- You are hereby notified that a suit At This Startling rice.Emerson!
for divorce
effective January 1 1956. has been filed against you In the .
above named Court and cause and
you are required to nerve a copy of
your answer or pleading
After that date this position 7 comnlalnt on the Plaintiff Attorney the
Alfred C.
Scott. 106 Smith E-uild-
Jf Ing, Jacksonville 2. Floridaand
file the original in the office I TV
will be filled by of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 9 day of January,
I I. 1956
; otherwise the allegations of
i said Complaint will be taken &It SE ASON

HARRY H. RABB, JR. confessed This! notice by you.shall be publishedonce

each week for four consecutive
weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph. -
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fvyyyvyyyvvyvvvyvyyyyyyyyvyvyyyYyyvyvvyyvvyvvvyyNEWS ;U Hicks, guardian of the estate if
and Mrs. George. Johnsor Samuel A. Hicks, filed final repor'

MAXVILLE and family of Jacksonville visited NORTH SIDE OF INTEREST TO COLORED :as compos guardian mentis of Samuel the estate A. of Hii ncu'k-.

with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higgin- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD i non. compos mentis; that she has
IP TT < COUNTY i filed her .
petition for final disharg
: [ H Jtiurl LDHampton By Airs. C. B. .Nolan botham and family last Sunday By Mrs. Oscar Carter .and that t-he will apply to the Honorable -
r > afternoon.Mrs. By Ozora J. Shell ,' T. A. Yawn, County Judge :
Lucille Griffis and Mrs AAAj4 A -V V-V .TTTTYTTTYYYYYYYYYYYT- 16 day of January. 1956, for ap

-........ -..., \Christmas Carols Trudy Crosby visited with Mrs. Mrs. G. H. Dukes, and Mr. and :May peace and good will abide T..TTTTTTT..T'! invited vyyyyyy, Ii'proval charge as of guardian same and of for the final dis-
to estate of
with attend all :
Sung At School Adel Padgett Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. H. J. Tanner Jr. of Charleston you during this Christmas of these sen- ,Samuel A. Hicks, non compos mentis-
Three ChurchesSet season and ices. Deacon Carlwell, Dated this 9th day of D, ., .
Baptist throughout the coming reporter. v 19S&
burned S.
The children parents and Padgett badlya C. spent last weekend t Esther L. Hick, Guardian of
1 Student Program Union Service teachers joined together at the fewdays ago. here with Mrs. Dukes son, Rev. year, is the wish of your reporter. Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. the estate of Samuel A lurks
Holiday VacationFor Rev. R J. I Incompetent.
Maxville School last Friday Baby Silas Milton Dukes. Washington pastor, will
12,16 4t 1 '!
I Sunday Night For Christmas EveThe night, Dec. 16, to sing Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Silas of Mrs. Sarah Alvarez of Gainesville Students hold regular services on Sunday, ,
The schools XOT1CE TO APPEAR
public veterans starting with
carols around the lighted Christ- Jacksonville are announcing the is spending the week here Sunday School atj;I;i. Clremit C..r(, Bradford Coaatr.
There will be a special student First Christian First tree In school born with relatives. classes and adult classes have 10 a.m., with Sister Irene Thomas, Florida la Ckaaeerr.
mas the yard. arrival of a baby daughter
J Methodist, and First Presbyterian closed for the Christmas assistant Harold F. Thompson, Plaintiff vs
service at the Hampton season. Supt., in ;
night [Mrs. Margaret McGill, Duval last Wednesday, Dec. 14, at St.Vincent's Mrs. Marie Wilson of Jackson- charge. The Charlotte B. Thompson, Defendant
Baptist Church on Sunday Dec. Churches are sponsoring a Union County Elementary Supervisor Hospital in JacksonvilleThe ville spent Sunday night with her The schools will open for high Christmas program will be pre- :Notice To Appears Case No. 10-1327

-I 25, at 7:30 p.m. Four schools are Christmas Eve Communion Serv- and her husband. Rev. McGill, young lady weighed 8 lbs uncle and aunt, the Oscar Car- school and elementary studentson sented at 11 a.m. All parents are To: Charlotte R Thompson, whose
represented by the students from ice to be held in the First Meth- Monday, Jan. 2, while adult asked to come and witness I residence and address is: 5154 Al-
,' were present ana pev. McGill and 14 oz. and has not ;yet been ada Street. Compton.
Navigator's odist Church starting at 8 p.m. ters.The lasses will not start again unt*. program California.
this church: the led the group in a Christmas named. Mrs. Silas is the former Oscar Carters and Morris immediately after Sunday You are hereby notified that a
Colorado Springs, Colo.; Saturday. Communion will be Tuesday, Jan. 10. All new adults [ School. suit for divorce
I School I Sherwood prayer. Mrs. Stack's 1st and Miss Margaret Wilkinson of Max- Carter had supper with the Carl I has been filed against you In the
served Rev. J. E. interested
I Tennessee Temple College, Chattanooga by 2nd graders played a couple of vllle. Carters in Lawtey Saturday in attending these Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Carter are ;above named Court and cause and
Tenn; Columbia Bible and Rev. W. S. McAliley using classes are asked to enroll atRJC visiting Joe Cartel rou are required to serve a copy of
Yuletide selections with their night. and friends :
I Mrs. Jack Wilkinson Mrs. four answer or pleading to the com-
.J College, Columbia S. C.; and the the Methodist order of service for orchestra and Mr. Richards, 5th Mrs. G. H. Dukes and Mr and or Lawtey Training School |of Starke. The visiting Carters lalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney
Lilly Wilkinson and little :Mary Joseph K.
Gainesville. the Lord's Supper.The at 7:30 Skipper 221 Florida
I University of Florida, 6th and 7th graders sang "Oh. Wilkinson visited with Mrs. Arthur Mrs. H. J. Tanner Jr. of Charleston p.m. hail from Fort Lauderdale. All Title Building Jacksonville 2
is to
attends the Naygator's !- general public invited March of Dimes Florida,
Harold Ward ( the
all Faithful" in Latin. S. C. were overnight grandchildren came
come ye along to
Wilkinson in Jacksonville I lad
Mr. and Mrs. Louie attend this service.Christmas I. The "Kick Off for the Marchof file the original In the office of
School, Everyone enjoyed the program last Tuesday, Dec. 13. guests of the Charlie Gaskins spend the holidays with grand- :the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
J Prevatt attend Tennessee Temple Dimes will take place duringthe parents. sr before the
[ h. family Sunday night.
very mu Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kilgore 16 day of January, 1956;
attends Columbia first week of The
Eve January.
Pat Bowers
College, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson :Mrs. Effie Johns and Mrs. Gas- The Andrew Aliens of Jacksonville 4 otherwise the allegations of said
Lob family of Panama City arrived will _Complaint[ will
Bible College, and and campaign begin on Jan. 3 be taken as confess
Midnight ServiceAt and son were visitors of Mr.Wilkinson's sett of Starke were visiting the will spend the holidays in 4!d by you.
McClellan, Frank Brown, James Sunday to spend the Christ- Oscar Carters Monday night. and end on Jan. 31, according to Starke also the ,This notice shall be published
J Mr. and ;
Home, and Charles Hicks attend St. Mark'sThe parents, mas holidays with Mrs. Kilgore'ffather the Bradford County Chapter grandchildren of t Bce each week for four consecu.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennett of Mrs.
Mrs. Drew Wilkinson Sunday. J. Williams are visiting live weeks In the Bradford Co3atr
F. and mother, Mr. and Mrs Chairman Sara E. Barefoot. In
U. telegraph.
the of
Lawtey were dinner guests of the family and
Thrilling testimonies and inspiring annual Christmas Eve I While here they attended services Doss Higginbotham and family. cooperation with the Jacksonvillearea friends for the holi-I Dated this 12 day of December.
the Holiness G. Sapps Sunday. days. '55.
music will be presented Service will be held in St. Mark's at Congregational Mrs. J. C. Nolan and children Grady Bennett, Gwin Tanner of our :Mothers' March will be OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A, Darby

A I by these consecrated young people -Episcopal Church on SaturdayDec. Church. visited with Mrs. Nolan's father Lawtey, and Dianne Bennett of held during the first week in I]By Marian Clerk L. Crosby of the, Deputy Circuit Court Clerk

during this service. :21! starting at 11:15 p.m. Mrs. Joe Lucas, Mrs. Claude and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur he State Farm are spending the February. All other activities will CALL FOR BIDS I: 12/16 4t IS
conclude the Christmas Greene and Mrs. Mary Mosley Jacksonville last take A SEALED BIDS will be taken until I I
a Pat Bowers will After 15 minutes of Wilkinson in week with their uncle and aunt place during January. :30 A.M., January 3, 1956, for furnIshing |/ NOTICE OF l\TE\TIOJf TO
service with a challening message Carols by the choir, the service I were business visitors in Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. :Mrs. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp. dance will be presented at RJE to the Board of County Com REGISTER FICTITI019 NAME

ii I from the Word of God. Everyone proper will start at 11:30. There I Monday. and Mrs. Paul Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Norman school cafeteria around Jan. 27. Florida missioners: of Bradford County,,1 undersigned| Notice U ,hereby under given the provisions that the

,la invited to attend. will be special music to make. thisa Rev. Jim Cox of Green Cove children of Millington, Tenn. are and daughter spent last Saturdaywith I I The slogan will be "Dance that To giving: two coats of paint to of; Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida.
beautiful service. Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Guy someone walk." Supervisor the outside of the Pr ad ford County Acts of 1941, will register with the
truly spending the Christmas holidays Mrs. Normans parents, Mr. i!I may Health Unit situated at 329 Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
YOU'LL LOVE the new ESthra The entire community is.cordi- Frigo and daughter, Vicki Lynnof with Mrs. Garrett's parents, Mr Mrs. Carlos Rosier, Evergreen i:Shell has been appointed campaign North Cherry Street It will be I tor Bradford County. State of Florl-
brook pane-size fountain pens In the Jacksonville visited with Mr. and of chairman for division necessary for the successful bidder 4 3a, upon receipt of proof of publl-
invited to join congregation our I
ally and to
Doss wash all
and Mrs. HiHgginbotham section.Mr. I' woodwork, patch 4 cation of this notice the fictitious
) pastel shades. Only $%.M at Bradford in this service of praise and and Mrs. Pete Griffis and Mr. family.Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling! and plans to ask the NHA girls all cracks all caulk all windows, putty I'name of Sorrento Restaurant under
County Telegraph. Mrs. Bun Griffis last Sunday windows where necessary. ]nhich I am engaged in bus.'ness at
adoration. What,, better way to and and Mrs. J. C. Nolan visit and children of Jacksonville were;I to "Fight Polio with Peanuts. give two coats of a good standard .1 1advertised l\\. S. 301 North, .Starke. Fla.
welcome the Christ than in church Miss Minnie Groves went to Mrs. Nolan's sister Mrs. 'Chairman Barefoot is ordering several paint to both the woodwork !.jAnna Taccla. U. S. 301. Starke
edith visiting her grandmother, Mrs. J and the blocks. This will 'Rla., sole
I before His altar? I Starke Monday to carry her Ralph Silas at the St. Vincent's S. Norman, Sunday. I I thousand bags of peanut include. the furnishing of all ma- Dated this owner.23rd day of November' ,
grandfather, Mr. Kyle Cannon in Jacksonville Thurs- : which will be on sale for prevention The Board* .&.D., 1955, at Starke, Fla.
Get Hospital .. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stevens of of County Commission- IZ/! 4t
1 AcquaintedFOR Presbyterian Church I to the doctor. Mr. Cannon haf day and Saturday. Mrs. Silas Lawtey were Thursday night sup I and control of Polio. All sections -and rs reserves all bids. the right to reject any 12/23
been ill for several weeks now. infant daughter returned to of Bradford County will be Copies of
and per guests of the Jenning John- this notice may be ob- Are All Cold
SEASONAL Saturday-Adult Choir practice, We certainly hope that he will I their home on Sunday. sons here. 'I I called upon for support. Lead- ained BOARD at the OF Clerk's office.

3 p.m. Union Christmas Eve soon be well. Club Meeting Postponed Mrs. Maude Wainwright spent. ers for various activities will be I SIONERS COPNTY OF BRADFORD COMMIS Remedies Alike?

MONEY NEEDS Communion Services, First Meth- I Aunt Fanny Griffis visited* I II I'ntil After The Holidays last week in Waldo and Gaines- announced next week. We must I OFFICIAL COUNTY.SEAL FLORIDA. No! For example. 666 is the wide-

odist Church, 8 p.m. I Mr. and Mrs. Westberry Griffis The Willing Workers Club and ville visiting her daughter, Mrs. reach our quota. This can be By Charles A. Darby. activity medicine, which combine 4

_J PROMPT COURTEOUS Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morn I Sunday afternoon. We regret !he Teen Age Club Meetings have Anita Boles, and Mrs. Susan done if each person will mak! Clerk of Said County.12/16 4t of the most affective, widely-pre

CONFIDENTIALLOAN ing Worship, "King Herod's I that Mr. Westberry is still ill. been postponed until the first Sapp. ,just a small contribution 1/6 scribed drugs known, to relieve all
SERVICESLOANS and installa which is i Sports AOTICK OF ITF.TJoN TO MAKE cold miseries sooner. 666 is mow
Christmas ,
Party in January,
Willie Harr
Friends Of Mr. ; Thursday APPLICATIOV FOR i"fL potent and fives positive, dramatic
tion of Elders and Deacons, 11 will be interested to learn that Jan. 5, after school. The Home ........ ; According to Coach Elmer I i (Probate imCIIAHGR Law rapid relief from miseries of all kinds

a.m. Youth Fellowship Christ- he Is slowly improving from hia Demonstration Club will meet on .9..1 hell, Director of Athletics of RJE In Court Of The County 1033)JmUte, of colds. That' why 666 is unsurpassed '

- mas Carolling program, 5:30: p.m. recent illness. Tuesday, Janurary 3, at 2 p.m. LONG BRANCH High School, the cage season will Bradford State of County Florida, in effectiveness. Try it.

[Evening Worship, "A Decision to Mrs. Browr j Among those in town shopping I open with Richardson High School la Probate. No o&tr cold remedy
$50-$100-$200-$300 Mr. and George
_ Jan. 5 I.V RE THE ESTATE match 666 liquid 6 6 6
Preach, music by Youth Choir, Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Lake City, on Thursday OF SAMUEL tan
7:30 p.m. and son had as their guests Sunday Ernest Wellhausen and family, !H Mrs. J. I.. StricklandAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I!On Friday, Jan. 6, the first home To A.All HICKS Whom non It compos May Concern men till. or 666 Cold Table.

Payments To Be Made To Wednesday-Junior Choir practice Mrs. Brown's father John Mooreof and Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbothamand i I:game will be played against Notice is hereby given that Esther:

- Fit Your Budget [ 3:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting, mother, Mr and Mrs. family. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Douglas High School of High I,

7:30 Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs.D. The Clay Hill School held its Springs. The Tigers are drilling
p.m. Coleman and family, Thafs Our Business
If you owe money at several Mrs. Daisy Padgett and daughter Christmas exercises last Friday
J. Parrish and son, Mr. and Mrs.J. hard the holiday period in an effort ILjiSSj
different places let Marion Finance I ': The Tabernacle Bonnie, visited in Middle C. Nolan and family, Mr. and morning at 9 o'clock. The songs I r to become conference champions If It's Glass We Have It!

pay those bills for you At burg Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Henry Carter, and Mr. and and recitations. were all excellent. this season. Practice will #, IfiJI CALL WRITE or VISIT
with our famous Budget Plan. Ned Sharp and grandson "Mitch"Padgett. Ann Lang Joy Ann Manning I I at the
be held each
and sons. day at p.m.
Dr. J.'Allen Fleece president o. Mrs. C. B. Nolan
lAW monthly Installments to fit Columbia Bible College, S. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and Eunice Whitehead and the stu school. All members of the team Joe Peters Glass Co.

your Income. [family Miss Emily Schlunzer and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Greene, family were shopping in Jacksonville dets did themselves proud. There are asked to be present on time.

Mrs. Florence Schlunzer of Ridge- Mrs. Joe Lucas Mrs. Mary Mos- on Monday.Mr. were several parents present to With no less determination Coach I FOR
: Actually saves you Money. field Park N. J. and Mr. and ley, Susan, Peggy and Gary and Mrs. Randolph Crosby enjoy the work and entertain- Inez Butler is set on producing a We GLASS NEED
Lucas visited in Hampton Sun- Mrs. ment of their children. of Tigerettes. The A Design Modern Store Fronts
and winning team
Mrs. Joseph Brown of Spencer visited with Mr. I I
MARION FINANCE Post, N. Y. were aIhong the out day with :Mr. and Mrs. Avery Griffis and daughter Sunday af We enjoyed a short visit from !I girls will resume practice on p Jest Mail Us A Pattern for

COMPANY Inc. of state visitors .at. Tabernacle Slade and family. While there, ternoon.Mr. Mrs. Carl Clark of Middleburg Monday night, Jan. 2, at 7:30 p.m Table! Tops

services last Sunday.A 11 Mr. Greene and '}.Ir. Slad went and Mrs. Henry Griffis and one afternoon last week. Said she Church News 1313 N.W. 4th Pi. _Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 2.43531 j

I 218 W. University Ave. Christmas program of I fishing at Hampton Lake and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Bur had started out to hunt a Christ; New Mt. Vernon Methodist

Box 446 Gainesville. Fla. Christ-centered music and read- caught several fish. Griffis and daughter were rt'n-' mas tree and everywhere she Church, Rev. L. C. Cohen
Mrs. Bud Harris, Mrs. Sidney in looked the land was fenced and will hold regular serv-
Phone FR 6-3533 Collect Ings will be presented tonight ner guests at the Morris house pastor
(Friday) at 7:30 o'clock. Joseph Harris and Mrs. Dan Parrish Macclenny last Sunday.Mrs. she was afraid she would get ices all day day Sunday, starting
spent the day in Jacksonville last busi- shot if she went inside, so she with Sunday School at 1,0 a.m., -I.
Brown of Spencer Post, N. Y : Opal Hill is on a
I kept traveling until she got to our B. J.
Wednesday shopping.The ness trip to Norfolk, Va. I|conducted by Supt. Kelly
llth grade class of the Last Friday, Dec. 16, was a house. She found her Christina j I At 11 a.m. Trustee discussion will

Baldwin High School drew names day for the Maxville tree here.Mr. be led .by Brother J. D. Kelly,
and held a Christmas party last school children. They played and Mrs. Phillip Ceckerd, I Chairman. At 3 p.m. the Christ

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Friday. Those from Maxville games and had cookies, candy who attend Long Branch Church mas message will be delivered by 1 1e.2

participating were Jo Ann Mid- and ice cream instead of having and live in a trailer court near I the pastor. At 4 p.m. the community -

STARKE, FLA. yette, Ray Burnsed and Ray Har- school work. School let out that Jacksonville, started to their homo I Christmas Tree will be

day for the holidays.Mr. in Bloomington, Ind. last Friday held at the church. The general

ris.A concert was held and a and Mrs. Dan Hargroves night to spend Christmas with I public is cordially invited to attend -

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor movie on the "Birth of Christ"was and daughter, Minnie, visited in their families. I I all Of these services. Linnie a'l'4Ilthinkofoutfrkads

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town held for the school in Baldwin Glenn St. Mary Sunday with Mr. Gloria Starling and Marylin Kelly, reporter.
School Auditorium last Fri Anderson from Marietta spent Baptist
Pastorium 130 and Mrs. Pat Griffis and son. Antioch Missionary
Phones Office 234 Lillian I
with Mrs.
day. Glenn. Little Glenn had been ill last Saturday Church, Rev. Alphonso Jenkins,

Christmas Play To Be Held for several days. We hope he is Padgett, Gloria's sister. Gloria I pastor will hold regular conference

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. At Holiness Church better now. remained for a week's ,,.isit. Or. and Christmas Tree on Sat-

Sunday School 9:45 AJI. Training Union 6:16 P.M. The Maxville CongregationalHoliness Bun and Henry Griffis and Sunday another of Lillian's sisters.Jack- !urday night, Dec. 24, at the with deep affection and wish .
Winnie Harris, from .
Church will put on a hunt- Mrs. I church. All members are asked
went dove '
Bootsie Cannon
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. play Christmas Eve night, Satur- ing over in Bradford County last sonville spent the day with Lillian -!to be present. On Sunday Dec for them the very Merriest of

day night Dec. 24, at 7:30 at Thursday and killed several doves. and other relatives at Clay 25, regular services will be held Christnuses. May you have a

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at the church. The plays will be, Among those attending the Hill.Ernie starting with Sunday School a' i full measure of contentment.
"Born, in a Manger" and "Childof and Irene Padgett have service at I1
in Lake City last Sun- 10 a.m. Morning
races I
11 Broadcast Every 3. and 5 Sunday.
a.m. have
Promise". There will be a their new house finished and at 3
be day were, Mr. and Mrs. Bootsie it. i a.m. Afternoon worship p.m : ...: ::.. -__ .::..._:.. :....- :C;>tY.
Christmas tree and gifts will Cannon and family, Florence moved into At 7 p.m. the Holy Communiorwill ----- --
exchanged. The public is cordially Parrish. John Mosley, Bobby We had several out to servicesat I be served by the pastor. All

invited to attend. Godwin J. D. Padgett, Junior Clay Hill Saturday night eve'll nembers and friends are cordiall' I SAM ROSENBERG & SON

The Baldwin Basketball teams Mosley and G. J. Midyette. Junior if the weather was cold and bad

'. played Starke last Tuesday .night, and G. J. raced. Rev. Percy Knight brought a fine Marjorie MainIn
I 13 Starke. The boys won, on Stewardship. There
Dec. In No P. T. A. Meeting was held message
WATCH NIGHTNew but the girls lost. Harry Bell of last week. It was postponed until will not be services at the church 'Ricochet Romance'Coming

Maxville is on the Boy's team the second Wednesday in Januaryhich this Saturday night (ChristmasEve To Park

and Patsy Smith is on the Girl's 11. ), but on Saturday, Dec. 31
is Jan. For A Happier
B. Nolan and Rev. H. R. Carter of Green Cove I Iv.ill Marjorie Main and Chill Wills
Year's Eve Night team.We I Mr. and Mrs. C.
regret to learn that little Billy and Bobby and Miss Patty preach. Everyone invited. I get together in "Ricochet Ro- ( More CheerfulCHRISTMAS

Marvin Thompson, two year old Parrish spent Sunday afternoonout .. |mance" at the Park Theatre or.

EVERGREEN BAPTIST CHURCH son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris looking for a Christmas tree .T.TT9TT.T9..9..9. Christmas day and manage to

Thompson wap badly burned and holly and mistletoe. On their 'upset the legendary peace and !

BEGINNING AT 7:30 when he sat down on the heater way home they stopped for a BAYLESS HMAY' 'quiet of the West.

last Friday.Mr. short visit with Mrs. Hattie. No- I Miss Main is cast as Pansy

and Mrs. Ernie Padgett lan and Mrs. Katleen Padgett and By Anna Ruth CrosbyIAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA Jones, cook at the "Flying W"

REFRESHMENTS AT 10:00 O'CLOCK moved into their new home on family near Middleburg.Mrs. ranch. Will is the magic-mad Give
Clay Hill last Saturday, Dec. 10. Hattie Nolan Mrs. C. B ranch manager and together they

NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE 1145 The G. A. A. at Baldwin School Nolan and Billy and Bobby No- Miss Pansy Crosby and Mrs. .manage to play havoc with the

'sponsored a dance at the Baldwin lan were business visitors in Bobby Crosby visited Mr. and Mrs. big city mavericks who roam the

I Gym last Friday night Dec. 16. in Lake Butler re dude ranch. *
Starke last Tuesday.Mrs. Mason Elixson could search the whole world
Everyone Welcome! of Maxville Is a never
Kay Strickland D. J. Parrish and daughterJo cently.Mr. i There's the romance-hungry gal

'member. A basketball game between Ann and son David were. business -I and Mrs. Rinzol Royals of who teaches the West new tricksin : find a more appropriate, more appreciated gift
J. E. LINGERFELT, Pastor I Baldwin and Melrose was visitors in Starke lastx Thurs- j j Lakeland visited Mrs. Royals' rustling; the near-sighted

--. i also held. day. I I mother, Mrs. :Maggie Norman'l huntsman who goes gunning fora than our birds. They are easily trained, full of
the Future Teachersof '
I Officers Of 'and other.relatives one herd of cattle; the bodybuilding love and affection. Make
who will take officeon wonderful pets. All in
America I
week. enthusiast who the
I turns
Trap' i
Jan. 1st Include, Carol Jones, 'The Tender Mr. and Mrs. Archie Lee of I milking chores into physicalculture full plumage in all colors. Bines in all shades.

"Student Night Service7'Consecrated i Cecil Field, Ray Harris of Max Stars Sinatra |Alpine, Texas spent Wednesday course; the rich dude whose

ville and John Walker and Jimmy night of last week with Mr. and taste for fancy food gets him in- Yellows, greens, and white. Alsoyellowfaced
Harris Florida SundayFrank
Christian College Students Will Have Lang of Clay Hill. Ray At Mrs. A. C. Ellis, and were accompanied volved in a love-affair: the ex- blues. All

Complete Charge of the Evening Service! I is the secretary.Mr. Nolan and Sinatra, Debbie Reynolds, home by Mr. and Mrs. showgirl On the prowl for a well- raised and acclimated to our Florida
and Mrs. C.
David Wayne, and Cleste Holm %William Lee, who have spent I Iheeled prospective husband. climate. Hundreds to choose from.

"THE STAR OF HOPE"Will 'sons had as Mrs.their W.guests A. Monday Cannon, head the cast M-G-M's comedy- some time here with their son-in- I I' The magic antics and romantic
afternoon '
be Pastor Marvin Faile's Sermon TopicAt I Mrs. R. L. Holliman and Miss romance, "The Tender Trap" law and daughter, the Ellises. shenanigans of Wills promisesnuch
i and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crews aM Miss Main is castas
Sunday, Monday, hilarity.
I and
The Morning Service Sandra Holliman of Palatka
(i Mrs. G. M. Beach of Hastings. Tuesday at the Florida Theatre. daughter, Nancy, went to Jacksonville Wills' rescuer from his love Also Beautiful Selection Of Cages

FIRST BAPTIST I Friends of Buddy Dees will Filmed in Cinemascope and color -I[ Sunday to carry Misses affairs.
CHURCH tha I':Mary Alyce and Beverly Jo Crosby
I regret to learn that he has been the picture is on ;II I;

HAMPTON. FLORIDA ill for the past few days and wish Broadway stage success, a play I back to work.
built around the adventures of a Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Crosby
for him a sppedy recovery. [ Tropical Fish
Also;; Invites You To Attend The I Mrs. Daisy Padgett and Alvin [.gay New York bachelor, who be-I entertained the young people witha PEST CONTROL Black Mollies
life mean! last Saturday
visitorsin lieves the Utopian Gypsy party
Other Services Of This Church and Bonnie Padgett I
Starke last Saturday.Mrs. safety in numbers until he find j raght Rev. and Mrs. M. Galbraith TERMITESALL ,

Nell Parrish, Jo Ann Par- he is hard put to. win the one girlin of St. Augustine helped to enter- TYPES OF

Sunday School 10 A.31. rish, Patty Parrish and J. D. Bell the world he wants. tain the 20 young folks. GROVE SPRAYING .. *

were business visitors in Starke I Frank Sinatra plays the bachelor Thursday night, Dec. 22, the o S BILLY ROSEPARRAKEET
Morning Worship 11 A.M. with Debbie Reynolds as tha Christmas program and tree was: Florida Pest Control S

Training Union 6:30 P.M. and Park-of-the-Palms will s>r"-i hard-to-get girl. enjoyed at Bayless Hiway Church. & Chemical Co. Sf FARM

colored slides of the Holy Land !I Celeste Holm is a girl who appreciates Phone Franklin 6-6035
Student Service 7:30 P.M. I Dec. 24. These. the HIGHWAY 21
Saturday night, him right at start, 24 N. W. 16th Ave.
pictures were taken by Mr. with Sinatra's string of other OXE-FOR-ALL Ball Point Pen
'Hour of Power" Wed., 8 P.M. Brown on his tour through th( glamour gals in the picture including Gainesville, Fla. Keystone Heights, Fla.
Refills. Fits any pen. 49c Bradford Call for estimate
Holy Land early this year. Tho' Jarma Lewis, Lola Al-

public is invited. bright, and Carolyn Jones. County Telegraph. a



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| FRIDAY; DECEMBER: zs, 1955

Fire Damages /Plea Day Is Set RalliffChevroIet Post Office Sales Leonard Smith Jr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Sutler Hotel. San
Francisco. Call-
Clerk of the or before the 23
Circuit Court fornla. day of January
Ara Moitt HomeFire In Murder Case Elected To Society By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk You are hereby notified that 1J5S; otherwise the allegation( of
a 'said Complaint
Exceed 1954'sFor will be taken
12/23 as
4t 1131! for divorce
care custody and con confessed
Saturday morning guttedthe James Dennis. charged with the Opens Dec. 27 American ForestersLeonard NOTICE TO APPEAR baa trol been of minor children i This notice by you.shall be puU.->
kitchen of a rented apartmentin I Hampton murder of Horace Holiday RushThe I la Florida Circuit IB Court Chancery.Bradford County, /above named Court against and yon cause in and the once weeks each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive Tele

the home of Mrs. Ara Moitt. Smith Jr., son of L. F. Martha Jane Osborne. Plaintiff you are required to serve a copy of 'graph.
Simms, will be arraigned Thursday ... Smith Sr. of I George Walter Osborne \'S your answer or pleading to the Dated this 16 day of De, T.'HSI.
534 W. Madison St., and scorchedthe I'morning before Circuit Judge Starke postofflce nas sold Starke has recently Case No.Defendum i I'complaint on the Plaintiff' Attorney II 1955.
bedroom. been elected to member-I':Notice 10-1335 : Samuel W. Getzen. P. O. Pox SI
walls of an adjoining about $1,085 more stamps duringthis : To Appear Gainesville Florida (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter said,George 1. Patten Christmas rush than did ship in the National Society of : whose ToGeorge: Walter Osborne, j and file the original in the office I I Clerk of the Circuit tour
.it residence By Marian L.
caused 'j Two brothers arrested for break- the fire apparently was by 1 I during the Christmas reason ol Washington, on I 12 23 4t ; !'-

a kerosene stove setting the wall 1.ing f in and robbing a store and a 11954 Postmaster G. J. McGriff D. C. ..._ _........, kt .... .ae ..e *. .-)6,.-::::"' '''-- 1oL- 'ItI.--.. \l *...*
afire. Mrs. Sherman Crosby, resident -i I frivate home in Brooker are also --,1 t 4 _/ Jr. said this week In announcing his election to -: ----

in the apartment said she I.I Judge About 15,000 membership the Society wrote:
slated for arraignment. more stamps haveteen
went out about 30 minutes before ,*e1.tM 1. canceleJ this "It' is a pleasure to inform yon NOW OPEN
season: than U-
said.Dennis .
Patten ._.
that under
the fire was discovered.Mrs. list McGriff said. provision of the society
r ; .
Moitt was In the house is charged in the stateattorney's constitution your section
information with sec- ', r' Last Christmas the postofficesold
alone and ill with Influenza when has recommended your advance-

the fire broke out. She said she 1 t''ond degree murder. He is accused ) '_ |2,505 worth of stamps during ment to grade of members on the

heard noises in the Crosby kitchen I'of shooting Horace Simms in a + the first 19 days of December.For basis that you have demonstrated

and got out of bed to see what it I[I scuffle over a pistol on Thanksgiv- t the same period this year the competence as a practicing for-

was. After seeing the smoke she ing I day. Both men are from r total has reached $3,5f, he said. ester and that you have adheredto GARDEN

sailed for she said. !Ocala. During Dec. 1-19 this year kite standards
help. _l fl ... high of professional L
date has been 2 r cancellations have reached
Carpenter said the department Fatten said no conduct and character."

could have arrived on the scene set for the arraignment of Mrs.I 122.960. Last year for the same The constitution provides that "

faster It the person who' called had I I;Anna J. Manning a white woman period they wcr' 103130. this advancement can be offered )I

given the street address. He said charged with being an "accessory Mii3riff:: said the mail on an to a junior member who has been

the caller tried to describe the location I!,!after the fact" in the murder of I I average day hiring the Chrst-: actively engaged in forestry work

instead of giving the house Simms. Mrs. Manning. operatorof I mas season is about six or seven for six years. | RestaurantServing

number. a fruit stand at Hampton Junction H_ I times as heavy as i: is on a normal At present Mr. Smith is now 'I

The kitchen was all !ablaze when was arrested for driving Dennis day. During no'i-holiday
Drew L. Ratliff newly fran-' in charge of land acquisition in
to Ocala Thanksgiving night. ,periods the total number
the fire department arrived Carpenter i of cancellations Walton and Okaloosa counties
jchised Chevrolet dealer in
said guessing that it had I She is free under.$3.000 bond. I( announced yesterday that Starke the' [ is i around 2.500 daily, for International Paper Co. He I

been burning about 15: minutes. being Jimmie held and in Alvin county Hoopaugh Jail for rob are, 1956 models will be on display at i season he said the but average during Christmas is about and his family are residing in From 6 A.M. To 10 P.M.

bing the Pinholster store and the I;the formal opening of Ratliff!14000. DeFuniak Springs where they
W. T. Brock home in Bro kef ,Chevrolet Co., corner Call and have purchased a home. .

W. C. T. U. They are from the Tampa area. .Court. Streets on Tuesday, Dec. .. .* .
27. Christmas CarnivalFor
Kiddie Matinee .

"ONLY A BABE IJJ A MANGER" Recent BirthMaj. I Mr. Ratliff who purchased the Blanding .Kids

BUT WHAT POWER AND INFLUENCE |agency last week from Torode I Sponsored By

lIE WEILDS and Mrs. Harry HatcherJr. 1:Chevrolet Co., issues a cordial invitation Is Huge SuccessOver I

OVER A WORLD LOST'IN of Camp Blinding announce to the public to attend Theatre And ElksAt
150 children and their
SIN! the birth of a daughter Elizabeth L the opening of the new dealer CHRISTMAS
in parents made up the more than DINNER
"HALLELUJAH! WHAT A SAVIOUR Gayle on.Dec. 19 in St. Vincent's!,'I ship the same location occupied gOO folks- who were the happy .
for a recent meeting jp the EUuLodge
years by
I Hospital. I I Mr. Ratliff was formerly associated guests of old St. Nick last Friday it was decided< by ChairmanPhil : ,

with his brother in the night in the Enlisted Men' Vitsky and other members ROAST PRIME RIB

Sell It Rent It Trade II 1 ;jRatliff Motor Co. in Live Oak. Club at Camp Blanding.Each present that in addition to the delivery 2.00
where he was vice president and year Santa recruits help- of the annual Christmas WHOLE BROILED LOBSTER 2.00
,t service manager of the company. ers from the State and bushel baskets of food to the -

'''He is native Guard employees at Camp Bland- needy a party for youngsters
a of Jasper where
WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED'I 'he graduated from high school ing to get things set up before would be held. Arrangementswere SIRLOIN STEAK 3.00

later seeing several years of Air his arrival. This year he picked made by Chairman Vitsky,

'Corps service in WorH War II. Capt. Robert C. Jackson as Carni- through the generosity of another ROAST TURKEY with Dressing 2.00

Low Rates Good Results Easy To Plac,'''I j Three of the long-tine employer val Commander, Bob White a? lodge member I. G. Harris of the .

tO WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION . 6fr Of Torode Chevrolet Co. will stay Ring Master and decorations committee Florida Theatre to hold a pre- BAKED VIRGINIA HAM 1.85
with member with B. C. Holt- Christmas movie party at 9:45:
(Ion the new agency Mr.
EACH Ratliff announced. They are zendorf; and Lonnie L. Fullwood a.m. on Friday Dec. 23.

OF is PER CENT ov TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS :jdeveland Driggers. who was with Bob Paterson, and Eugene Tanner The show will atari at the Flor- 'Above Entrees Served With
23e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS ea ADS NOT PAID 1.( ADVANCE Torode 24 taking care of refreshments. da Theatre promptly at 10 a.m. Choice of Two Vegetables
.. years : .
,Sid. Shuford. parts manager; and Santa chose as his theme a i All children of Starke, Bradford

FOR REXT-Four rooms with bath. (FOR SALE-One Guernsey bull. 2! 'George Shuford mechanic. Mack I Christmas Carnival atmosphere to County and adjacent counties are MASHED POTATOES ENGLISH PEAS .
circulating Heater Gas. Stars and years old. Bred from registered I Coleman Jr. and Frank help the children decide what they invited to be guests of the Elks
Stripes. Klngnlev Lake. Itchy stock. but not registered. Pricedto [colored Jacjson.1 would like for him to bring when nd the theatre management Ad- -
sell At the T. L. Wainwright employees are also re.maining. -
BUS RADIO AND TV farm. I..awtey, Fla. Itcbg. he makes his official rounds thif !mission is free and each child will GARDEN SPINACH CANDIED YAMS

Vie have several .k.4 comnole e.kIatI. ._- Saturday night. Three games be given a bag of mixed sweets
.... radio a.. rrrord player a. LOST-White and mack speckled I I A new addition to the personnel I
Abe ....U vsed bird dog. Name "Queen." Picked ''is and a 30-minute all-cartoon movie jid fruits. Past Exalted Ruler .
low 10. Mate
1'....as.. player a. low au $20. All IBexcellent up. C.Friday.Cason.Dt'C'16 near my farm.O. '' L. F. (Monk) Dinkins. who will were available for those waitingto harley E. Johns who serves as STRING BEANS
Itp I le
roadltioa. Pheae 4S7-W: employed as salesman. Mr *"
or N PP .1 9SO Th.aa "Ht.' Iteag JKatliff see Santa who sat on his elks Santa Claus will hand out
--- also announceJ that his I ).rone next to his giant, multicolored he ,bags at the theatre instead of .
FOR SALE-15 cubic ft. Deep ,brother-in-law Raymond St. Clair Choice of Cocktail Soup ,
freeie. 1180. Phone 31!) or llee DON'T 'of Christmas tree. he Elks Lodge as previously an- -
at 1013 Cypress St. Green Cote Dallas Texas will be associated -: The games Go Fishing, Ring ounced.A ; .'
away your favorite Milt
Sprlngg. UpI with him in the business.Mr. .
or roat before )ou hate. rkecLedMlth ( the Pole. and a new one introduced group of Elks headed by Exalted Dessert and Drink Included .
DO CLEANING washing, Ironing.and Ratliff is married! and has by Santa. called Clobber the Ruler J. R. .
home work In private homes. I hree children: Diew, 8; Donna. Can were set in colorful Kelly will serveas
Set on Kaiford Koad. go to Crosby up ushers and handymen for the
Store and turn left: Go down \I6; and Michael, 18 months. His! booths carnival style, complete children the
dirt road and turn back to right. during performance. : '
family will
Marearet H%mble. Up j move hereas soon with hundreds of assorted prizes. This afternoon (Friday) the

CARPENTER WORK RemodeliriK. {1 as the new home, which they and with barkers to attract the Elks joined by members of the :

Cement Blocks Roofing and 1 have purchased i.: Saratoga crowds. Those who weren't playing Jons, Rotary. Chamber of Commerce
siding. Cement work. Chas. A.Sorrel1. ABOUT ThEIR :NEW .Heights, is completed. I
.. e/o Telegraph. tfchg I games watching movies. o Welfare Board and Ministerial
SER1CE talking to Santa were taking in Alliance Health Department ,

S\RA.TOG.DEIOIITS 10"1..lble MendlaK !-peed : .NOTICE TO APPEAR the antics of "Harry," the two- Woman's Club and other organizations '

UNIT No. 2 WEARING U Circuit Court, Bradford County. man horse. will meet at the Elks

Florida In Chancery. Refreshments were donated by home on Temple Ave. to lend a .
Three bed' rocat Maxtmrr kernel .-. -.... Charles U Davis Jr.. Plaintiff I I
Alary F. vs. the (families and consisted o' hand in packing and deliveringmore .
mew ..... rautraetloB ImStark. Davis Defendant.
.'* aeweat .ddlll... Prle RUBBER STAMPS made to order; I" Case No. JO-1JJ4 ,cakes cookies sandwiches punch than 110 bushel baskets of 4 .
<. vrteraai $10000 with appll- daters numberers notary seals, j\ntlce To AppearTo and coffee. To top it off. there food to the needy families in Bradford .
: 10'
ratloa t* parrkaM. $50.00: !a facsimile stamps. Bradford County Mary Pavisf, whose resiidence -
thirty da y. .... $::u.oo at eloclag.Irice T''l''Ilrll nh. ,tf I and address Is: 1204 White were ice cream cones and candy County.Recent C!
to veterans $350.00 i(Avenue Memphis, Tennessee. Q
non I' supplied by Santa himself. .
with aDDlication to Durcha.se. WANTED-Good Cotton Rags. Tele, You are hereby notifies that a
and as low as 550 .00 at oloslne. I graph. CASH WAITING.BULLDOZING i I(suit for divorce has been tiled Everyone had a wonderful time !I Births
BUY now and select the Interior I against you In the above named and the carnival ended when I II THE ENTIRE PERSONNEL
colors and tile for bath and kit Court and cause and you are reQuired I .
chen. Se the plant.! ket'D them FILL to serve a copy of your an- Santa had to leave around 10 I Doctors Hospital announces the
overnight and make your selection. iswer or pleading to the complaint o'clock in order to keep his close following births
If you want to own asome DIRT LAND CLEARING 1 on the Plaintiffs Attorney : of
it will pav YOU to Imeoti- I I Louis T. Hansom 316 Profenslonal schedule. 1 I I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Alvarez of
rate this. Oyster Shell Peat Humus Iliilding, Jacksonville 2, Fla., .
% and file the original in the office of a son, Charles Franklin.

FLORIDA REALTY CO. Bldg. Sand-Paving Driveways ,[before the Clerk the of the Circuit Court on or Mayor's Court i 4'Ion Dec. 14.

Of Starke 16 day of January 1936; ; I|I Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Beck of Setzer's

OVID LEWISW. otherwise,''Complaint the allegations of said Has Busy Session Starke, a daughter Alice Fay, SupermarketS
Real Estate Broker will be taken as confesa- .1'l, I
Madwon st. Starke led_by you. >*-- on Dec. 18.
333 Traiple Ate. Telephoae ass j This notice shall be published I Joe Franklin Tetstone forfeiteda
MarLe Florid PH. 356-W I(once each week for four *
I weeks consecutive $200 bond this week in Mayor'sCourt I I
in the Bradford County Tale- Starke Maternity Hospital an- S
I t graph. for "hitting a car on run,"
ANTED--Good Cotton Rags. Tele- I Dated nounces the following births:
this :9
I graph. CASH WAITING. I 1955. day of December. and Betty Jane Thomas Negro, i Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Page of \ YOU A VERY
( (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb forfeited a $100 bond for lettingan
WANTED-Good Cotton Rags. Tele, Clerk of thv. Circuit Court. ,Penney Farms a daughter, Vanessa -
graph. CASH WA1TINU. j Iii) Marian I... Crosby, Deputy Clerk unauthorized person drive her'' Lou on Dec. 15.

i, %I16 It 1/6 car. i I I Mr. and Mrs. George Prevatt
I FOR SILKNen I Mayor W. T. Jackson said the of
La\\iey a son
George Fonzp
: Cement lllurk.; Hume wilhntlllly man driving the Thomas woman's
room and Carporle.rry NOTICE TO APPEAR Prevatt Jr., on Dec. I!. .
large lot. Priced right with ua- la Circuit Court. Bradford County, car was intoxicated and wrecked
usually good term and down Florida la Chancery. the car. He is now in the hospital -
paymeat. Mary W. Bouchard
Plaintiff !
STROUT REALTY 'iLucien 1-:. Bouchard, Defendant. vs. Jackson said. _I
PHONE 414-J Case No. 10-1340 Robert Lee NOTICE TO APPEAR ..
Hansen Starling Negro, ..
Johnle Representative Notice T. Appears' !. Circuit Court. Bradford Coaaty, lfi
StarkeFIa. To: Lucien E. Bouchard whose ,.was fined $25 for allowing an unauthorized Floridt In c.......". '
furnished residence and address Is: Unknown. James Ragle Armstrong, Plaintiff. \
FOR KENT-Five room person to drive his car.
cottage. Two bedrooms central I'. O. Box 307 You are hereby notified that a : vs. Catherine Theresa Armstrong,
heating. running water. Call 97. PHONE WALDO JlO-8.1S31 suit for divorce Annie Martin and Bobbie Jean Defendant Case No. 10-1338 .
Mrs. O. U. Ueaaley. tfchg j has been filed against you In the Martin both Negroes were each Notice T. AppearTo
1& PAID ON SAVINGS: KEY I I above named Court and cause and : Katherine Theresa Armstrong, iI IUnffTTi.I&t
STONE STATE BANK KEY ,I you are required to serve a copy of fined $50 for disorderly conduct whose residence and address is :
STONE WEIGHTS. FLA.. MEMBER '!I your answer or pleading to thl'l l and disturbing the peace. 5439 Jonquil Avenue Baltimore
FD1C. lunplalnt LOW COST Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Florida Leila Serling. Negro, was fined You are hereby notified that a I
Title suit! for divorce '
Liability Insurance i I I Florida: Building., Jacksonville !. 1$35 for running a red light and bas been filed against you In the -

BILL SOTO ana file the original In the office having no driver's! license and above named Court and caus and "
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on you are required to serve a copy of 'hlistmaH.
Contact Us Concerning; the or before the Bobby Padgett was fined $35 on your answer or pleading to the .,
SIGN SHOPOne 23 day of January, 1956; the same charge. complaint on the Plaintiffs
NEW INSURANCE LAW otherwise the allegations of said Attorney Alfred C. Scott 106(
Mile South Complaint will be taken. confess William Paul Reams Jr. was I Smith Building, Jacksonville 2,.

No Membership Fees On Keystone Highway ed This by you.notice shall be published [fined $25 for reckless driving and and Florida file the original In the office

once each week for four consecutive George Earl Holland was fined of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
BEST RATES IN TOWN Phone 178-L weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTY $25 for public intoxication. Roy or before the
TKLEORAPH. ,, 23 day of January. 195;
AH Types Signs Dated this 21 day of December, 'Edward' Martin forfeited $25 for otherwise the allegations of said
Months Policies
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1955.OFFICIAL; ; 1 I speeding in a 25 mile zone. Complaint will be taken as confessed -
( SEAL) Charles A. Darby by you.
Clerk of the Circuit Court. I I! Jackson Stalling Monroe Brown This notice shall be published
. Doyle E. CONNER WANTED-Good Cotton 'By Marian L. Crosby Deputy once each week
Rags Tele- Clerk I and Alfred Gosbee were each for four consecutive B. Adams Ernest Allen
graph. CASH WAITING. 12/S 4t 1/13'! week in the Bradford County Tele. AND A
INSURANCE AGENCYPh. fined $10 for running red lights. ,graph. Store Manager __

BOY WANTED-Good Opportunity Mayor Jackson and city police Dated this 21 day of Dec- 1955.yi..I _ _ _ Market Manager
Call r for young boy between It and
285 136 W. ,
20 to learn printing business. decided to begin Ihe Monday .
Must have some' high school education / court proceedings at 10 instead

FOR SALE-New I x g x 1C Concrete Claude and Crowson.be hard Bradford worker. Se! of 11 a.m. in the future to enable
County ,
block lie. Cement $1.50 Telepraph.FOR COLONIAL 3J FKQf CAUOOISf Happy New Year
per bag. Mortar Mix 1.30 per i the business to be finished

bag. Bradford. Eiigiueeilng Co. ,I RENT One of Lawtey's nicest | by noon. j
ph'Jne" Starke. tf homes. Available Jan. 1. Can be
rented with or without 10 acre' FLORISTPHONE I _
pecan groand farm land. This \ i I ,CORRECTIOXLast
RADIOS REPAIRED lo truly a fine home. and a grand MADELINE GILLENWALTERS
place to live inside City limits. I BEATRICE GRIFFIS _
AU Males AU Models Contact week the Telegraph report
J. E. Wall Jr., SJ7 N.
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Kp..lIle .r" IfIt.rInlCeH Walnut St., Starke 218
CHAS. t;. SHEPHEUUTM or phone 4S7-J. ed that "Morgan Miles was fined
W. Call "t. Marhr PII..v tfcbg $25" for having a wreck. This EDNA PREVATT EDWARD GREEN -

rAID W 'TED-Full time Apply was in error.
A WATK1X3 UOUTE U available in Kl Rancho :Motel. Itchg I (i)
P.radfurd County Many nearby Officers Matt Morgan and Earl FREDA JUDD WYNELL CHRISTMAS '
dealers now making over $100.00 I Miles were the I
arresting policemen -
per week. Thin U one of the best "F.w.\n'l HOMEs I
routes in the mate. Write or .. in the casi The reporter
wire. The J. It. Watkins Company acres fertile land, : FLOWERSFor copied the HELEN HICKS SHUFORD BARBARA CRAWFORD
IB eoUtltatiuH. from
bail West reaihtree St., N, 1'::. At part I wrong names the i ,
balance fenced and I. I
_lanta. itchy paxturr. New rornplrle 3 bedroom All Occasions police docket.
h........ tuoderB
roBteBlenren. -
WANTED-Handy man. part time. out Ituai...... ".r..... op. barbmrpit. I a PAUL GOODRICH EMOGENE STEVENS
Apply Kl Kancho Motel. Itchff DISH CARD OF
fruit. cattle ... pig tan*. GARDENS THANKS !
2 mlleit from St.r..... % mlie frompated
WANTED TO BUy-tOO foot frontage 1
lot on Uatford Road between mall hlKhnajr. School boa and I POTTED PLANTS Words cannot express our deep I BOB BAKER VIVIRETTE RAULERSON
Starke' and Heilbronn. Contact delitrr A haricalB at '
*:%..IM>. Terms may be .rraa, appreciation for the many acts of
McCarthy Garage or P. O. Uox 34%. ;

Starke. 2tp 1/3 ed. I POTTERY other kindness expressions, beautiful of flowers sympathy, and" ROBERT SHAW 7/ HORACE VARNES

FOR SALE-By original owner 1954 Florida Realty Co. r Flowers 'WiredAnywhere during our recent bereavementWe

miles.Plymouth 4-d
back up lights\ windshield wash- their many kindnesses.-Mrs. I. S. -
tt.Ddr.."*. W. n. Sevtell
I-! extra trim and white sidewall
tires. This is really a fine little .\. J. Thoma. ) Fowler and family.ONEFORALL MILLER BILLY
car. Already financed with small Nona St. Starke HARDENBROOKP.GE _
US ..
Temple "
d..wn nayment to owner. Contact 3S3
Ban Point Pen
J. }. Wall. Jr. 337 N. Walnut St. 5Iarlo... Florida
or phone t 7-J. Sunday Monday, 1N___ Refills. Fits any pen. 49o Bradford I -a
Tuesday or Friday. tfeh County Telegraph. 1 k / .





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_ __4 Hampton Church County PreparingFor Hospital SplitsInsurance agency writing the insurance: Fire At Gold HouseThe I I small explosion in a gas stoveat
. would be responsible for all claims,. the Gold House Restaurant.Fire .
Will Be SoldThe Trim Yule Tree with Safety CondemnationOf With adjustments, and other paper I Starke Fire Dept. was called I Chief D. W. Carpenter said

Rowell Road Three Agencies work. The policies will be writ out Wednesday, Dec. 13, to only the stove was damaged by
I ten by the Charley E. Johns extinguish a fire caused by a.I the blaze.
Hampton Methodist Church, A survey of the Rowell Lake A plan for three local agenciesto Agency, and the other partici- ..
with 'a history dating back almost road ,has been authorized by t I share pating are the Harold C. Wall
century, will soon be sold to the DO keep tree in water from time t the County Commissioners as a insurance on the new Agency and the Doyle ET. Conner

highest bidder.In you bring it home.Make fresh MW first step toward condemnation Bradford County Hospital was Agency.

become recent inactive years and the "finis"church was has cut across trunk base before s the proceedings road to, the in an public.effort to open board worked of out trustees at a last meeting week.of the I Skaggs Landscape Gardens of ( ttoelWrt l l.W

letting up. Place tree in water Jacksonville was awarded the
written to its story on Sunday The road, only accessable routeto Upon suggestion of one of the
Dec. 11,- when it was-decided to containing holder,and fill it doily Rowell Lake, was closed a few agencies, and agreed to by the tract for supplying and planting \ : 'rc sending you greeting thitj;
sell the church building and prop- Remove! d"llrlt 'from premises' months ago by owners of adjoining other two, it was decided that shrubbery on the hospital grounds.The "
This action was taken at a one agency would write all of the old. Here'f to bright
erty. immediately otter holidays. property by the erection of a board agreed to ask for never grow : _
public meeting held in the Hamp- barricade. policies and receive 40 per cent bids from local druggists for pre- ;'

ton city hall, attended by members Chairman H. A. Bishop Jr. of I of the-commission, while the other scriptions and such other drugsas .Chrlstmii.,
of the congregation, a few -rN the Commission has spearheaded I two participating agencies would, are needed and which are not
A outsiders, and the Methodist District I DON'T Qttoch loo many light efforts to re-open the road. In a'j'receive 30 per cent each. The carried in the hospital drug room. Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co.

Superintendent. airings lo one outlet> ,and bt curs meeting several months ago, he

B. Y. Saxon, chairman of the fotvlotion It not worn or socket took a strong stand against the I
Board of Trustees, said that its closing of the road, that I
bow.A blown fuss It !fit tfgnoi stating
membership had dwindled in recent : he wanted the public to have ac- I II Iihlng .
of a dangerous overload. Be ,
until there were now onlya
years u cess to every lake in the county. ...
handful of actives on the roll. .tvrt fuser art right tlz*. Never 11 After efforts to reach any w t I s -

No services have been held in the VM e p nny in fuse socket" : agreement with the owners failed I 1t
church for two or three years, and the Commission last month vote ; Ifl
the building is in a bad state of I I
to proceed with a condemnationsuit. I
lepair, he said.
:'Its tt DON'T use lighted candles I .'t.t
Bids on the church building and on The road in question leads from much l i iI st; ..." d1r
property will be received by Mr. I 1 the Christmas tree or with others the Edwards Loop Road to Rowell you nappiness$ t
Saxon until Jan. 11 at 2 p.m., and decorations. Place the tree well .
% Lake. I
will be opened on the same date ..r I .
at 3 p.m. in his home. away from fireplace or other Owners of the property state I// .1. "'J. 'Ut..
location where it is that they have closed the road : "' :
The church piano has been givento exposed to I I '
because of numerous fires in the ..iSTS.T cvISTfflnsJRoberts
the Waldo Methodist Church, sparks or strong heat.Also keep
vicinity allegedly f.
Mr. Saxon said, and the seats and by per-
tissue_wrappings away from hear.: sons who used the waterfront
church bell will be used by
churches in the district. I area. Jewelry"Your Gib Brown's Service Station

The first Methodist Church was
DO stand on ladder or sturdy WANTED
established in almost a.. f : Clean Cotton Rags.
Hampton Friendly Jeweler" Starke, Florida
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I stepstool when hanging decor.. No Pants or Shirts. Bradford
hundred years ago when Brun,I i I
otions box flimsy'choir. County Telegraph.
Hayes, an early settler and one- not on a or
Wear low-heeled shoes d
time tax
county assessor gave
some land for this purpose. The (this for the women) while trimming ,

first church was a log structureon the Yule tree.'

this property, which is still I. NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL

used The church II .....
as a cemetery. I I l.iJan. I : Almost i

itself, however, was moved about I t everyone

the turn of the century to its pres- A & P Employees 3 Meeting
ent location nearer the center of I M -
To Share In Bonus
the town. I To Decide Dates -

Employees of the Great Atlantic For Store HolidaysStarke '
Deacons Elected & Pacific Tea Company.
A throughout the country will share merchants will meet Jan. test .
Presbyterian appreciatecthe
more than $2.500,000 in pre-holi-. 3 to determine the hours, of opera- : :;
day compensation this it '
Claude Crowson, Rudolph Sink, year tion for their businesses in 1956.
P. D. Fancher Jr. and John Mixon was announced today by Ralph W.
Mrs. Marian Howe, Chamber of .
were elected deacons of the First Burger, president' the food
Presbyterian Church, for 1956 at chain. Commerce Secretary, said thereis

a congregational meeting held Every employee with as muchas some controversy every year '

after the morning service Dec. six month's service will receive over the opening and closing j ,

11. a part of the annual fund hours and the holidays to be ob- / Remember have plentyof
Ordination and installation voted by the company's board of -
served. To'get the matter settled
services for these officers and the directors. Distribution is scheduled -
two elders, Robert G. ,Patersonand for December 17. The amount all merchants should attend Coke hand for
B. C. Holtzendorf Sr., will be to be distributed this year is the meeting in the county courtroom ,t on
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TELJGGSAPO. : FLOMDA FItID4S', D >A-'I"....nUl'............ ."3, 1931
. New Owner At agement of Plaza Lodge are his
Plaza LodgeThe I wife, Wanda, and son, Andrew. Cigarette Taxes I the municipalities by the state.
Plaza Lodge on north U. builders and former owners of Andrew will enter the University Lake Butler received $593.19; i I YOU'LL LOVE the new EsUr-
S. 301 was Bold recently to Ste- the 10-unit motor court, are of. Florida- in February as a The City of Starke received Keystone Heights, 562.19; Law- brook purse-size fountain pens 1*
phen Kylberg de Ropp of Grosse another Junior. $2,918.78 its 'pastel shades. Only $ .M at Brad
building motel near Jacksonville as share of Octo- tey, 315.O; Brooker, $117.47; and
Point, Mich. Before coming to Florida, de ber ford
for $75,500. de Ropp said. cigarette taxes distributed to'I II. County Telegraph.
Albert and Ropp was vice-president of a Hampton $102.54. _
Ruby Sappenfield Assisting de Ropp In the man-I '
publishing company in Detroit Ci oij art I. --
I and has been in the real estate
business in Detroit and New York.
I He was one of the founders anda 6$ youasBarksdale's ,;Ar
president of the United Nations
Information Board and also com-
,, -.. I missioner-general of the New CHRIS'i'111AS .AnO ,ALW.AYS .,'
'' York World's Fair. I A a
9b -iL.-':; At the beginning of.World War I J I
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House Foreign Relations Committee -
to give a report on condi- Department Store
tions in Europe. He is the authorof
a number of works on econom- Starke,Florida .
ics and sociology and has studied
and traveled extensively in Eng-I' .
land and Europe. He lecturedfor
a time at the university of
Johannesburg, South Africa.
.a. warm and fri' dly greeting
Newly developed reservation
equipment for the home has made ,
purchase and storage of large I Now that Giiristmas time Is here, : Mme
quantities of good meat economically

However feasible., there are certain rules Is but an echo of a wish I sI ;

i to be followed for maximum bene-
fith from these stored meats, say ,Which we hope will last
Dr. A. Z. Palmer, Florida Agricul-
tural Experiment Station meats eLk4:4.tn.a04.
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specialist.Put Through all the,days to come, :
v top quality meats into the
freezer, Palmer says. Freezinglow
t quality meat doesn't mean
you've upgraded the end product.I 'tAuET1NGs
Cut your meat to the convenience
of the individual family, getting I
the desired thickness in chops, -
steaks and roast weights. '/
It is a pleasure," at. this time of the year Use proven packaging materials, : .
m&fikuThtGUIDON ,
Cines that are relatively imperviousto .-
air and water Cellophane, plio- Christmas; is the time for all
to greet our friends, who, through film and polyethylene have been _
used successfully, as has aluminum f.
4 foil. The latter costs more GRILL 't .of to revive old
us friendships.lt i .
their faith in. us, have made this year, but can be used again.
Palmer cautions that pre-pack-
aged meats bought at retail stores AND .
one of continued progress. cannot be put into freezers in the .is a time to wish our friends
store wrappings. A standard GARDEN RESTAURANT .
freezer wrapping must be substi
We cherish your friendship and tuted. a full measure of happiness,
Wrap each package tightly to
--1 exclude air, and label it with the
patronage and say"Thanks to Everybody.". cut, date of deposit, and numberof and a time to say with all sincerity
pieces, or total weight.
Freeze the meat quickly at tem-
peratures from 20 to 60 degrees
"Thanks for everythIng.
below> zero. Palmer points out con-

Warren's\ Shell Station as sistant meat temperatures deteriorates more are valuable quicklyat I Tl fjere is no time gaffe( -

10 degrees above zero than at '

JOE C..WARREN. zero Don't itself.try.to keep meat indefin-' ';, lib I It BROWNLEE% AND CHASTEEN
,. r. itely. Beef and lamb should\e us- ,
ed within a year, fresh pork in t C6rlsftttas# fofrememh'et l -
252 W. Madison: St. Starke, Fla. nine months, ground meat withinsix j tt.glffje -S .
months, seasoned fresh pork in STARKE, FLORIDA .
four to six months. Also, chill .1.1M
Starke, Floridaf carcasses 24 to 48 hours at from frien&sljips mere jerisatu }
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ever, to increase palatability, beef!i fC are'm wsle) <$ like1ie& I
::4. and lamb can be aged from 10 to!

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Starke, Florida
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EVELYN STALLINGS for each.of you this Season.\



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I XMAS SEAL.REMINDER tein, but the needs will vary, from: carriers. Maybe they had the dis- tine them a while. I scalpy, lice may be seen running poultry mites, if they are present
One half pound to two and one half ease and recovered-but yet are Dr. M. W. Emmel of the Experi- i and hiding in the feathers; gray Several teaspoonfuls of sodiun,
pounds of protein supplement (40 carriers. Thus, it's not always a ment Station suggests a monthly ,louse eggs masses may be attached flouride in the dusting box max
percent protein) daily. good practice to buy breeding "lice-check" of the flock. Examine I to feathers or the fluff area. help control lice, as the hens dust
j 1 o unsli \ OU evetij Kappmess i Have you answered your Christ Protein feeding should have males or started pullets; one of a few birds' abdominar area below I Use a one percent lindane solu- themseh However, sodiun

'T' mas Seal letter yet started in October or November, i these may be infected. If one has I the vent and a few other body tion as a roost spread for an effi- flouride is a poison and can

The Christinas! Seal campaign Dr Cunha says. The amount grad- to introduce new birds, quarran- areas; if the skin is dry and cient killing job. It also will kill should be taken in its use
at Christmas time A( started on Nov. 13 with the mail ually increases during the winteras
ing of letters to Bradford County the need increases. Dependingon I I .
residents. We can all have a sharein. herd needs, a general schedule I
the future triumphs over tuberculosis would have started with a quarter ( tide
the ahead
through jpr :_ by giving more gen- .pound a day per head in October; .> e
erously than ever to the Christ a half pound daily Nov. 1 to Nov. .%
Starke Dry Cleaners& LaundryGREETING mas Seal Sale. ,Help Bradford .15; a pound daily from Nov. 15 ,
County win its fight against tu I!to Nov. 30; a pound and half per restingMay
berculosis. Buy and use Christmas I head daily in December; two
Seals on all your letters pounds per head daily in January; From ,
Christmas cards and packages. Feb. 1.15, .a pound daily; and -
Although great has Feb. 16 to March 1, a quarter
i I been made in recent years in the 'pound per head daily. I L r Otiwr
I treatment and cure of tuberculosis, The schedule varies accordingto C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. i
TB still. causes more deaths in Florida. area, animal condition, .
I Florida than all infectious dis feed supply, and amounts of sup- !
I eases combined. The solution is plement. I
I to be found in a stepped up program Cattle should get their protein 1Jt'
I of prevention and controlof daily because they cannot store it I
the disease. Christmas Seal for future use. Seven pounds fed a.- I
I dollars help make this program once a week in not utilized prop-

.. .. .. .. possible on the county level. erly. [ D a the Blessings of Christmas
... ... .. .. Those who did not receive seals /.AJ .AI I ,
I in the mail, or who have lost I I'I CHICK-LICE CORYZA \ rr: be heaped
YOU AT CHRISTMAS their return envelope, may' con- MILL TAKE PROFITS 'rfP'( upon you a
tact Mrs. S. G. Denmark, seal FROM FLOCK QUICKLY
WITH I BEST WISHES FOR_YOUR HAPPINESS.... chairman, at Phone 287-J, Starke.INTAKE Profit-takers are what poultry hundredfold
t -- specialists call two things that & Market J. R.
Tax Collector
Grocery Kelly --
Herb's Drive In OF PROTEIN strike poultry flocks infectious
IN WINTER FEEDING coryza and chickenlice.Both .
Starke Florida IS VITAL TO CATTLEOne I II can wipe out profits quickly -
I -yet their control is relatively
of Florida cattlemen's winter simple. Vigilance and continued. .
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problems is adequate intake of
supervision are the main factorsin
protein by the herd, Dr. T.
says controlling the two conditions.And I
J. Cumha, Florida.
prevention in both cases may
Experiment Station animal hus- be easier and more profitable than
MAY bandry and nutrition department +
the cures. ,
I the spiritual beauty of Christmas head.Without Dr. J. Wadsworth, Experi- i
enough proteincattlegrow I tSs
ment Station assistant poultry
poorly and reproduce at a
most wonderful blessings to low rate. And protein supple- husbandman, says infectious cory- I
you if
bacterial agent .
za is caused by a
ments must be fed properly. Dr.I'
Cunha points out, to be of most which may persist in a flock a f I

And may the peace and joy of ,," use. Doy-to-day protein needs ilong time. Heavily parasitized .q
nourished and
should be met continuously and improperly
early, he says, rather than attempting -I,subjected to adverse conditions i I it
God's guiding hand to make up deficienciesof are most susceptible. t I
protein with higher amounts I First, protect the flock from
later. contaminated premises; this means Koch Drug Store
Male the future happy and prosperous.I Several factors govern amountsof you must clean the premises
I protein to be fed. One is con-"thoroughly, to destroy the organisms Starke Florida
dition and size of the animal; sec- if the area is known to be .s.
4 ond, kind and amount of feed be- contaminated. This might even
r .- ". ., ing used; and third, the stage and include removal Of the deep litter
growth of the animal, if the cow I and replacing it, before a new
is pregnant, or if the cow is lac- batch of chicks is started. Modem 7 s
Conway's Service Station! tating; and. fourth, time of year. disinfectants are available which I
Cattlemen should study their will do the job, he says.
& Union Bus Station I herds for individual needs of pro- He says, too, that birds can be .

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... and genuine good wishes fort :.. A. W. Bryant Maxie Carter Jr.

,}1riendhip>> I : R. O. Dansby C. J. Hart .
1 happy Yuletide.
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our hearts to be Seymour's. "66" Service Station

warm and happy at Christmas. .._ 1 = t hig tstt.

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Lets be Joyous and Gay Starke, Fla.VetL. ( t All of the Good People of Starke Enroute To Lake Butler

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'glorious Christmas. one long to I l Starke Florida I "We have seen His star in the '

east and are come to worshipHim.
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