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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Truth Is Stranger BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I



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I { C of C Speaker CHRISTMAS I School Teachers


I I PARADE Assault Case


I I Praises Starke's SCHEDULED Plan CampaignFor


Santa Clan will miivtin
't rI I Starke Dt'b! to usher in the

; Community Spirit Chi ist mas seas..mth a bm:: More Funds
Reaches
parade and oilier festive act Jury

Coo.: r''.iiiiuunity.pirn i-, .1 ivities. ll.tdf.,md i ('''lIn' \ -. .'....oi! to ,., he.I: I

town must valuable: asset in Mrs Marian Howe. Chambti of li.st Thuisdav ailv,r.i ed psoposa'sfor : !' I

:.'trII'lm new indus y. Th;, ,Commerce manager. said Santa ,I campaign to infer in liu' --
Claus is scheduled to arrive on the Public about the ili.nht of the j
WHS the message brought bv [
r Howard Smith field executive. train in time to be in the parade schools in a bid to jam more ';: ANYWAY, IT'S Conflicting Stories of Night Ride

""ininiunitv relations with the slated to begin at 11 :to m. funds for school operation and j I POTENT STUFF

Florida Commission Mrs. Howe requested that the teacher salaries.
Development -

1 who was principal speaker ) merchants in the town contact I Members of the Bradfoid Education I Hint's the difference between Are Told From \Witness StandAfter
Jean Crews Olean I at the annual Chamber of Commerce Association, meeting in the moonshine. and hiiinpbrew

banquet in the Methodist :j in the parade and other High School cafeteria, proposedthat I ?
!sisters-in-law, and iHitli are 17 sear of age. i
educational building. Wednesday : Chi!stmas activities an extensve That .
pictuieadvertising hearing MX
They were married together in a double wedding ceremony I was the question asked hours of wider) l'onflil.tingt'.timon\
j i night Nov. 15. campaign be starlet! and thata by Ma.vor W. T. Jackson Monday about an Oct. 1;;; nocturnal
escapade six
at Hingsl.itid Ga. on Nov. 13, li.Vt.Nov. a man circuit
New industries aie looking teachers' committee appear before in Mayor's Court of a : court jury at
'. 13, 19.VJ fuund them both in the same riMmi at ISrad- for towns that will provide i Couple Forfeit civic clubs in the Countyto \egro charged with driving began noon Wednesday received its charge and

ford ('uunls. Hospital and for the same good reason: pleasant living conditions for tell about "the situation" of while intoxicated.The I i I weighing the case of three women indicted j foraggravated

They both had babies on the same day" their first wedding their employees the speaker ,the schools. assault. ,

anniversary! Raid because they realize that $125 In Mayor'sCourt !( "The discu.vion of the sl'hooll j jI didn't Negro know: the Henryilliams exact difference !: \\'hen their verdict i is returned it will climax .1 CHM-

Both had the services of the same pliNsii iati, Ur..A..1. Harry. satisfied employees are then situation I centered around the need but lie assured the major that has stirred the community for the past six \\t't>I.--

Hut the babies were different. most valuable' asset. Therefore to increase i teachers' salaries so I (here i is a definite distinction. The stories told from the witness stand Tuesday afternoon -

51r,. :Marij-n Glen Crews (left) gave birth to a daughter, a town that offeis good schools. MondayA that Bradford schools could compete i Williams admitted that he had varied" widely.The ,

Deboru Cli-nnelte. uhile :\Ir... Anion Tra\is (iriftis had a soil, Rood churches, good recreation I with surrounding;:: counties been drinking "home hre\\." I defendants Mrs Effie :
facilities, and friendly peopl.' and with industry in bidding for but declared! that he bud not Carter of Staike. her daughterMrs X-Ray Units Set
Anton Trails Jr. I
has much to offer prospectiveindustry .
man and his wife forfeited qualified personnel. The need for had an} moonshine fur overa Wallace Faulk. and sister
:\Ir... Crews lives with her parents, :Mr. and :Mrs. (i. :M. Criffis Mr. Smith pointed out. : I
honds]t totaling$12i )Ionhas maintenance funds and money for vear. Mis Edith Buff, both of Jackson
at Kaifurd. while her husband p\t. :M. (i. Crews of Norfolk The speaker praised the community '
\I they failed to appeal' in Mon: H'S !school buses was also brought out. I II vrlle, pictuied the episode as acomparatively For Brooker And
the I'. S.larim': and morale
stint in high
Va. of spirit
near! completion| a thn-e-\eir
Couit to answer charges involving Hugh Ingram, chairman of they I harmless hair-snip

Corp shown in Starke and said that I intoxication.The I)I association, described the school 2 Men Are Held ping performed by a woman an

:Mrs. iriffis. resides! with her husband, a ,write station attendant this would help such offset as the some"in- !! woman Alma Jean Capps, ,situation as a "crisis" which will i! | gered by an alleged threatened Starke Friday

in a cottage at rinehurst, Trailer Court in Sturke.! Ilr bhoitcomings affect the entire communitv ': break-up of her home.
'
Commerrej!j'1 vas under $100 bond
adequate" Chamber of on a chargeof
IItr..nt.I'r... Griffi'e., also :Mr. and :\Ir... 1:. K. rilfis. of School Superintendent Harmon, The complainant. daik-haneci
while As Police
driving
building. lie said a larger ant: intoxicated andI. !' Probe
Route 2, Starke.! mOle attractive C of C head- ,I. H. Capps forfeited $25 bond on Morgan in detailing the aspects of I i divorcee Mis. Iris Starling, showed Mobile Units to' pnnfl.: ee

.t, they left the hospital both oung mothers wore dark quarters should be a must forliStatke :H charge of public intoxication. the crisis, said the County school her close-cropped hair to the f i hest x-rays w ill be in operation

red dresses (you guessed it) nude exactly alike. because it often provides i iI I II Arresting officers raid they will be unable to hire qualified '! Truck court and told of aild night Friday. Nov 23. at Biookei and

I'I'I, the visitor's first impression of1 I II 1,.itked the pair up after a bus teachers or maintain the buildings I Ownership J ride during which she was allegedly :- I( at three locations in Starke

the town. A person coming here I driver complained they had tried if mote local funds are not made I beaten with hair clippers I j The unit will be at Colon's

Official Audit Backs Coundlmen'sClaims I to l look around for a possiblelocation l I Ii lo 1 sideswipe the bus loaded with I available. i Two men were held in Bradford held at Run-point, and threatened ,' More: in Brooker from 10 ,i m to

Up j for an industry would :22 passengers on U.S. 301 Southof Morgan/ called on the teachers I'i I'I County jail after Mayor's Court with acid. 1 p.m. and from 2 to 5 p.m

the town by its Chambeq Starke.In to "help inform the people of lU l'knd Blue I
i judge i 1 I Monday until officers could complete The unit will be at Cook's Store
| of Commerce building. the I other cases Mayor W. T. ', Bradford County what the situa Another State's witness, Mrs
That Of Starke Is BrokeThe an investiation into the ( Highway 301 North i from 10 a.m
City tion is. If they know the situa- Frank I
declared. Hoover (Mrs.
speaker Starling'slandlady
I Jackson fined Henry Williams, ownership of a truck in which until 12 noon. It will be in operation -
A near-capacity crowd enjoyed :Negro: $100 or 20 days after tion and are content with the they were riding at the time of ) testified that the woman at Bradford Furniture Mfg

Clerk and City Council have been saying for the turkey dinner which was I I f.nding him guilty of driving poorest school system in the stalethat's their arrest. came home the night of Oct Co., north of Starke from 1 to
City I served by Methodist circle mem- ,while intoxicated their privilege. But they !5 "in a very nervous condition, I 2:30: and
that the of Starke is in sad financial and having nodriver's The driver of the truck Jonne p.m.: at Thomas Lum-
several months City jbers on attractively decorated I license. Williams admitting aren't qualified until they know." I j picking handfuls of hair out of her Co.. south of Starke. from 3:30:

condition and now they have an official audit to prove it. banquet tables. Guy Andrews C I drinking same "home brew" The solution to the problem Everett Stevens was charged): I (Continued on Page Ten. I (Continued on Page Tent

The audit report prepared by of C president served as master :and said his license had been Morgan said, will have to come with driving without a driver' ,I

George W. Dandelake, certified partment spent 1606.08 more "''of ceremonies and introduced I II evoked i over locally. He pointed out that if a license. Stevens claimed Williston
a and he
year ago
than its called
public accountant of Jacksonville police department budget $4,640.31 for the I I the speaker and other distinguished 1 was planning to take a test to state increase were granted to as his home but said he has beenin Clash Between Policemen

covers the fiscal year ; guests. Newcomers taLI I,et it back. the teachers the variation between the Merchant Marines. ,

from Oct. 1, 1955 to Sept. 30 the street and garbage department I the community were asked to : the salaries received by The other man, Nicholas Wick- !
4217.62, and administrative Mayor Jackson ordered a $2;) Youth Told
At
1956. stand and be re ognized.E. Bradford teachers and other coun- ham, said he had been picked City CourtA
department, $7,119.23. L. Matthews briefly discussed bond I refunded to Frank G. George ties would be the same. !
The report shows that two of up by Stevens while hitchhiking:
The budget last year called Starke's forthcoming I and a warning ticket issued ins
"We would have to raise
the funds in the hole I salar- outside of Jacksonille. He said 20-year-old man
city are stead. Monday was fined $25 and his drh'er's
for $144.947 to be spent. Actually i Centennial, which will be observI George pleaded guilty to a ies $800 to teachers -
put our on
others low. he is from New YOlk and license for
and are dangerously City suspended fiO days after W.
$148,486.87 was spent in I ed in 1957. A. J. Thomas Sr. discussed I charge of speeding on Temple a competitive basis with neighboring Mayor T Jackson -
There is no such thing as a sur I ,\" Officer was bound for Miami to obtaina found him guilty of running a
budgetary items 28270.63 in prospects for future 1' Shep Tomlinson said counties," Morgan: said. Hi stop sign in a case which

plus.The non-budget items and encum- I growth of the community, and that the defendent was clocked I' estimated this would take $105- job as a bellhop. Wickham intoxication.Steen's was. produced', conflicting. .. testimony_ between the defendant's;
General City Fund is in brance accounts $1 ,942.94. TI1, H. SlaUe distributed door it I II 55 nxp.h. The Mayor revealed! charged with, public witnesses and policemen
T. 000 -- or 20 mills more. in his
the red by $654.33 so far as city took in $16,223.94 which prizes donated by local merI I during the course of the testimony In per Bradford year County Morgansaid claim that the truck, a The testimony also brought out I testimony
total cash on hand and on deposit wasn't in the I of Ctreasurer that 1955 Ford belonged to him. conflicted Iteams testified
Budget.The chants. S. I.. Peek Jr., C he was riding with only 15 per cent of the fund of officer'sthat that during the arrest Sunday j I that he i ailed
is concerned. The opera- for the 19.-.6-57: I the at with findings \ Kite
budget gave a financial re- policeman the time of the schools raiser" a liar when the policeman
II III to finance the are
tion of the city departments are fiscal year calls for 5160,479 to I putt for the year :arrest. I locally. The rest comes from the it was registered under thr hot tempers had flared netiveer accused him of skidding around

financed from this fund. The be name of Walter Kohlenberer of the defendant William Reames, the He
spent. During City Council I, : In refunding the bond Jackson state. He compared" this withDade corner said that during

City had $191.34 in the General discussion of the new budget To BeginMember i said he had known George for County in which 54 per cent Jacksonville. (. and the arresting officer Pern- the argument Kite threatened to

City Fund when the year started City Clerk Carl Johns said that Legion I about: two .years and "had never of the funds are raised locally. I Mayor W T Jackson called Kite Jr.. and a fight barely kill him and toed "to tear Ib-

and added 176220.52 to one of the major reasons for known him to violate the law." Kohlenberer who said he had sold car door open." Kite denied that
: ; "The big counties are not goins:: I II averted.
this during the year But they the increase was overexpenditure Drive "It was a matter of being care to continue letting the smal' the truck to a "used truck" loin he threatened to kill RcimesReames

spent more than they took in last year. I lessthe, mayor said. .I counties get a free ride he said. Jacksonville. Stevens said that Reames was charged with ;.Tin testified that his brother

spending $177.065.85. Also in the liabilities columnin ,At Dinner MeetingThe Ten dollars of the S25 iximl I "The source of the trouble." Moran even though he was the owner o r ning a. stop sign and rt'l'kl sldri'ing. slopped Kite from .sinking hi inReomes
All of the departments registered; ender In Mayoi's Couit he
city it said that
the audit are listed overdrafts I posted was ordered returned to !stated "is that asserted value the truck was the eeasonthe
AmericanLegion I
helped add to this deficit with I at the Florida Bank at 1957 Starke Roy i 1 Si 'the name of his wife's grand- was represented by I..x Green. car appeared to skid w.i-
drive" will be | Phillips as he was fined $15 (Continued on Page I
The
overspent budgets The Fire de- '' Starke amounting to $2, 67.52 membership ;027 at I on a charge of reckless driving. (I i Bother a Mrs. Bradv He s'iidhe conflict in testimony arose.I because the axle was bent and
: .
The General : kicked off Tuesday. I | had owned it a year and ;> over three point 1.\) whetherrot 1 !Jt leaned to one side: when uomg
City Fund is overdrawn Phillips, from Toledo I
'I' .
pleaded
Part the November supper meeting.Former guil- Reames .skidded around thetoiner. I
To
Thomas :Take by $679.33 and the light State Commander Arch !y to the charge admitting that he ; 9th GradeVins\ half 2.) What around curves He admitted that
provoked Ueames
In Legion ActivitiesA ,, and water fund by $1.884.So.The i the I ran a led light and caused a collision I Another unexplainM aspect o f he ran through the stop siJ.n. but
Thomas Jr heading program to call Kite a liar. 3.t I Who kept I
i ".' I said he slowed before
cash on hand and in deposit with a truckPenalties was the discovery < up ;;oingonto ;
discuss veterans i the rasa
,committet'111 j IC.te from hitting Reames I
J. Thomas Jr.. past department I dropped from $493.759.88'. !benefits as they pertain to Bradford of $25 or five la\- First Place In I'several nieces of imitation jewelry Kite testified that Call street

commander of the American I in 1955 to only 53585.68 with; County, and Post Comman- were levied against Tommy Ca.s- ;, found bv jurp'tinsr officers "fn'1 Reaine.; i i i I Reames was supported in hits

Legion is scheduled to take part construction and financing of 'tei X. M. Smith will discuss ,jil.ins'ami ; sion and J. :; Williams on I coo out of" the truck when till, "whipped out of'atl'r street"without i,|i testimony bv his hrothei Roland

in the program at the Legion | the new power plant accountingfor activities for the n'mamI.'I'I charges of public intoxication '\Tornado Whirl] men "'ei... arrested Both mPclaimed r stopping for the slop Reames and Pauline Hickwho
and "almost :
sign turned over"when
n.id-wmter conference in Tampa the biggest part of this ex' I| the I year. Simon Highsmith, Negro loi- I to knmnothi" about he made a right turn onto was riding with Roland following

(Fec. 8.9 by giving the responseto penditure. In October, 1955; the, ,, ('l..kingarrangen1t'nts will be ftited a $35 bond for driving without the jewelry.Police i William Reames in another car
j Call street. He said Reames failed
The 9th Grade walked off with The defendant's father a methanic. -
the welcome in the opening construction fund had $4.;:.6.0SO.- i abon'whit
-'corder the of curious
supervision Legum'ir.nif a driver's license and were also
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first place honors! for the : to stop when he first pulled alongside !I testified concerning:: the bent
39 it had prize
exercises Sunday in September 25152.
: i I. E. Clark and a varied bond: were forfeited by Artie haprxrH to a wallet whip I
Several from Ptaikeie 47. 1 winning: skit at the third annual with the police cruiserKite axle and condition of the car
delegates menu will be served. Leroy. Negro, and Jonnie Moore, Nicholas had at the time of hi'
thisconference Tornado WhIrl in the BUS stadium said that when he slopped He said when it was hot it vva.s
to be elected to attend Also starting the new fiscal'
'i j Chairman tliS1P'npa..t"d
Arrangements H.irry Negro on no driver's licensecharges. Driest but which had
\ Tuesday Built around .1 Reames he made the statementthat unable to over 20 m.p.h.
night. run
which will be held in year with a deficit was the' | I R.bb stressed that all veterans at the time of trig'when
.-injunction with 40 et 8 Membei- Light and Water Fund in the' are invited and absolutely no Bob- Smith's impersonation of }:Iris I- Jackson asked th. "he had been warned two Policemen at the trial said that
hip Round-Up. hole by $1.384.85 Emmanuel Pope Negro foifeit- Presley, the controversial rot li Mayor \ or three times" about speeding Reames has had similar charge
:charge will be made. ed for identification ai
I a $35 bond for public intoxi and roll singer, the skit featured defendant i i i and reckless driving. placed again him in the past
cation. Itp! could produce was a SocUewinitv
I swooning and set earning teenagers According to Kite this statement And on several occasions has triedto
card. lie said h" didn'1have I
GODWIN LEADS GROUND-GAINERS Speeding charges brought for and the Presley recording; of was what brought the "Inn"\ start fights with the arresting -

|r feitun-s of $25 to Robert White. "Hound Dog." a wallet, but the poliremc'j I charge from Reames Kite admitted j i officers.

:i:-l'gro. Pasco Hankerson." Negro. The 10th Grade captured second that when he was arrested j that after Reames called t Before the mayor passed sen

Tornadoes Beat Santa Fe land M. W. Raszi. place with a seasonal skit entitled Nicholas had a walletNicholas him a liar he drew back his arm tence. Green asked that the Court

Ten dollars penalties were levied I "The Missing Tornado." F'ature'famong seemed to kilO.'f'r' to strike Reames but was stopped be lenient on Reames." saving

against Charles Gustafson, Robert assorted football players little: about the wallet the policemen 'jky Policeman" C. Moore as"istin2 that "the boy will ewiea-.oi to

Led by Hack Harold Godwinhe n two cairiesResit' lii'infor; a 35 yard run Frank Roberts Fred Trumble and and cheerleaders:: were Mary Agnes were talking about savin; I in the arrest Monte barkcl u;> betray. himself;

Bradford School Torna Keye Burke "Terrible Tornado tint he had lost his wallet will
High 'sent ,< number ot sophomore Register said that a t light Will I. Harvey on charges Matthews as .1,
floes bounced an ineffective SantFe plavei.s into the game, an out will be held Friday so th.i oi running red lights. A $li: bond ." Betty Ann Simmons as all of his identification som'time

eleven to the tune of 21-6 tar repotted this week that they ".t1! the boys "won't get stale" befoi. was forfeited by Jesep David Pat- "Lola." Ray Maxwell as announcer ago.Jackson. / .

Friday night. '11\""" well. The coach s.ud tha' meeting Monticello in the Straw: tinno for running a led light and Baibara Bates as narra- i said he told the polic ( ;1 ;.:

Godwin carried the ball in a" SojM>homore W. H. Johns, wi: berry Bowl over the holiday week 1 after Officer C. Moore said he tor.The to hold the men until they couli: ', '' t

hree of the touchdown plunge outstanding in the spot of defenne ;,end. After the woikout P.egiste had to chase Pattino several Future Farmers of America "look into the truck deal fllrthpr'nrunken :1 \ :1

'e.t end biOi ks to make the anest took third place with a comical -
;
iftei the Toinadoes had move' |! said, the team and cheerleader! I II

the ball (},)\,'1the field on su< I, Also curving; :.11 gooil |>eifoir.: i i will drive to the O'al.1atlo" I! skit entitled. "Freddy Stephen' Driving I

: uned ground-gaining; drive '1:1.-: dill, m, rite I 'i Were. .h'. !i Forest where they will be gue--: Pecan Auction Jalopy." I Ii
Melissa Stallings. 12th Gradecandidate Charge Is Placed
The first TD was made in 1 Hi Illillcl..n md AUIennan! Aldeim-u at a bal tt'lIt" g.ven: bHi '
was crownei Homecoming i &
first quarter the second scoie i .-e': 'II' the eioml. touchdown b\ Thomas. j
Slat kl' State Farmers Market : Queen to reign over pre- \ charge of driving while intoxicated :: -
the second quarter and the finishing I Kenneth Boy ,
-- officials reported this weeknit Thanksgiving festivities and the was placed against h 4
added th, .
touches were t.> ,
12118 pounds of pecans season's final game with Green Starling this week as the result
:M\ points in the last quartet: :a' ante
\fe offered at last Thursday's Cove Springs She was crowned of a ('ollis ion'ith an Goes
t\f Bradford lads pushed !H''is JaileiJ
in 'This is almost double by last year's Queen Sandra Driven Bradford County ,, '
the goal line drive .
in ;
i
'!to 6 TSs: pounds offered the ftnckldnd, who was escorted on A. Sasser \.

Tno Tornadoes controlled! fit. : i > i usweek.. the field bv Rep. Doyle E Conner Starlinpleadt'
during most of the mtrlitMIII maids of honor were T A. Yaw i I''
.uncials said the qualitynuts The Queen's County Judge f"%
;.tHiin-'s. holding Santa Fe : Hobbs bond. I
ruftnerup candidates: Pat and posted a $150
> in
> : this area is con- '
nl\ t two first downs '.1;: to improve. The price 11th Grade: and Sandra Ca- Sasser said that Starling tarn. ,Pecans s ,

< ; ,Kv ,Ias the leading: t'r.?"i' micha10th Grade med into the rear of his car a;= i
"' .I quality ranged I
pecans
with 157 vaids i-i 21 i ,," Background music and several be was slowing down to make z'lie
ri;
!1' 1-2 cents to 25 1-2 cents : orne
i" is the BITS team eohhle.l i, h T'i special numbers were presente1jby turn on the Raiford Raid
:zisdap with one lot of
>!I:11',1: < nn the ground ... bunging 30 cents the EHS Band.

t'lv' "r.two; passes tlri, .,. l per I 1 A huge bon fire brought to.a Thanksgiving ServiceThe [ Down

>if 'r" nadoes vveif smg'", ,) i.)i.ic I close the annual pep rally whichwas
\ I".I: of 3.048 pounds oiI'Mlity f I ,,
Sinta Fe left en.l. T.u 1 : j #, ti attended bv a capacity crowdThe annual Union Thanksgix inService -
.t I: nuts were rejected
1.lm.r., The lone Santa: Fo :: I event WlC sponsored bv the sponsored bv the Stark
i r .1 mange and variety last
':I.N made in the List qn.i.ti'; t Junior Class i Ministerial Association: I

'">ampier intercepted a p i n-, .' ,! -..1,1were! : 1 Time: Thursday. Nov. 22. H 0i( ..'..,L..I' Z.

1 alloped 72 Yards to ( ro-c 'h( l CintiN 17 cents to 20 cents; Council MeetingA : a. m.
o; (Tax ,\. ('. Iiii. lifts Donald Hl.tir. 13.: high into the Ire .is In demon
......' "We didn't have b' I n it4ft( Hd! : 15 12Iixed: 11 1-2 t I Place: First Baptist Church

Register said. 'Because we d\ ,' : : Seedlings. 16 1-: to 17:; mel'lingof the Bradford Presiding minister: P.e'1... D, ..t rat.-'' his "invention" to speed up the pross ..f JJI-HHI;::: Ihi pavan,

well on the ground. F' ? :a'rs. IS 1-2 to 20: Stuarts' County Citizens Tax Council will Haines. down. tiliaid he conceived Ihe idea for the rig ulinh hr :ii tach.wi

Other Tornadoes racking i r jit:! 1-2 to 21: Success. 21 1-2:; te held Thursday. Nov. 29 at 7.30 Thanksgiving message: : Rev to his traitor and had it built last >ear. It ian lilt two Iw.,, into the

adage in the :r"unc amln:: dt, Vi" Demons and Schley. 25 Ito -'. in the courthouse. I E. Sherwood, pastor First Chris- trees where they ran Ix-ut the limbs with |M.O, and Unix I I. the nut

nartment were Ii>t. Harden 30.: Tesch. 8, and Money,- Council Chairman Gene Long.j\ tian Church. down. Elli> said it speeds up the process greatly. He also has ann
:SI" who hate helped the squad a< lne\e five win chi-
makers. 14 to 15.
'1 yards in 16 i ii'-nes BiP said that this will be an pea'!'I j Music by host church.
i attuhment uhifh he can hook directly to the limbs and shake nuts
1rinstun James llarrell, lleiirv Kiih-
"man with 77 \ard-: t1 1 thing hilly The next sale will be hel.T'mdav >1 I meeting and; the public i is urged'r. I r Special offering for Hope Ha'elHospItal
1 JerrHitks, \\ H Juhn., and IVrt Mit. Children down.
for Crippled
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went out to Evergreen Cemeternnear .sister-in-lau. Mr. and Mrs. A A .
By Sam McGarviyHad Kev. ia\n- '.. Ma ISIaln
<4 fly 'Mis. Ijicy NornmnYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY Raiford and came back V Crevis. oi the State Fat in. The j
Your NeighborIs IIIIII Heilbronn for Mrs Gnffis to vi.-j' ai! went to .lack.-onvrlle to VIM: Services at st1.11 K- >,u.
Church sill be as !IIi: ?l\\s:
IIIIII .. her sister. Mrs. Hebecca Ko iei a brother-in-laxv. Oscar Mi Cor .
a ".ue.isit. with Mr. .
an.iMr. Sunday: 9'45 a I1J v': :' t i.
<4 Mr".u tha Gieeti and who is 102 years old] It is wonderful iruck. who had a serious! lIlt'J.llinn
ThinkingJudging LV.. Page and her niece, daugh School and Adult Clas11: a r.i -
IIIIII ter. Estelle. uf. Heilbiunn! and to see a person so blessed! in SI Luke' finSI'll\\
Shirley! Ann Fuquay. Mr. Morning Prayer and Ponr.oT, o; ;
Page Jacksonville! by the Lord to live this long. She Mr and Mrs
visited
the Floyd Nor
ma
by a cross section of public opinion aid they had a good o: Lacey p.m. -1. P. S. L.Wednesday .
IIIIII crop Normans Saturday night. has a good niemorv. but K .1 lit and :Mr .md Mr"htri.it'" M..<>'
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sinned from replies in The Telegraph's annual kia and now have enough seed : 7:3p !I-ta
,
Mr. and Mrs Charles tie hard of head 'rig It! nn< .\ .1.1: .it I.I. k-ci',, .v I f .'.I'" < .'.i ..; \
Moseh! and Meditation. 8
contest recreational facilities are still' <4III t'0 plant a big part of Bradford ,. : p 11 C. or
turkey would like > ,.
and Mr. and Mrs. Norman In see h.! -h: 1 i- -t.i! -ii.->'- : '.' \! N ';, .i' Pai-i.: ,
I he greatest need of Starke.It <4 County. Floyd the |hne: ,,it h... .'! .,:-i1... M I' !L.,,, .. \ .! eH ,, ,
.. of Jacksonville were weekend ? >>::\ C ::1nui:: ;. i .- 'l.Y
is a good thing, every now and then, to guests of the L. M NormansBro. Willie HfddihM :' tt! : 11 a -. ::!.d I 5.r.lt'! \ .: i

;site our typewriter a rest and let our readers Ju.whin; it looked like we'd g' Mr and Mrs Wesley Crews Lawson of Starke preahec : :-- M tg_ e t'e.. .i'uai' :-, e.<-'>one

have a say. It lets us know what other people light im u it hunt old ueathei it have a three acre planting of for us Surday and his .. -- 4!
suddenly hit ande had frost in berries of which one acre IF .- .
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affords <
are thinking and us a new jierspectivemt w is enjoyed very much.

; the problem, the needs and the hopes and( our barnyard Saw some sweet the new. virus-free :Missionaryplants. The ones present j at the .Jun. .
potato vines nipped by it. and we Mrs. Clews said she
desires of our community. Girls Class last ..
Sunday't'rt' Caldir.e -
heard they had some ice over byHeilbionn likes the Missionary variety because BUY NOWW
Here is a sampling of the public opinion asirleaned Spring. they will outlast the 90's Gnffis. Linda Padje": :
contest last week Lillian and Carol Norman. I>nt.Pendarvis .,
from entrants in our : She said that they had a good
Lethabell and Bonn .
MRS. FLOYD CUOSIJY : Starke's greatest crop of sweet potatoes this season -
The election is over with, and Prevail Ada\ Austin and Ih.,'
need is more adequate recreation facilities for Ike is the popular choice but teacher Ellen Not manV h..-t.

iur children and young people. One of the most we are still hard-headed to see all thi.se who wen- .th-'!' "

important of these is a swimming pool! with) enough to wonder what th-i Visited with Mr. and Mrs.V line next Sund,i\ Let ::. u,I.

supervised swimming. Last year we had two or: heck is going to happen to the .\. Taylor and when we saw our ilas.low.

more children to drown. If we had a swimming .small farmers. If things go on their cane patch, asked if they Mi, ard11- 1.4'0 l.i.i-v :\: : RHYQUALITY !

jtool with all)) the trimmings I don't think so as they have for the past four were going to have a cane
then the grinding. Mrs. Tyler said theydidn't
many children would go to the lakes where years. Republicans .
have mill, that
a and
won't have to about the
there is no supervision. We are proud of our worry
they were selling their for
crop
mull farmer vote because by
when the Ixxly of some
lakes but it is tragic seed. The Tylers have a Rood
that time they'll be too weakto
young person has to be dragged out of them. stagger tip to the polls. planting of 9<)'s that look about

LOCA U. NORMAN: : The greatest need for as good as any we've seen s>I'

Starke and Bradford County is more industry far this year. r
Eli Durban is the latest 1 1I
It would help the working people and! would power: around hire to get j

also be a great help in solving! the tax problem burr fever" and set out i \Ve are welcoming the old.

uf the county. which has the schools in a finan- patth. Ed. like a lot of others, weather because %e hope it

i-ial crisis at this time. It would also bring other said he near would plant anymore will kill off the mosquitoes th.it 9 .

citizens to the county and would help in the but looks like he was too have been: worse this year than New 1957 Deluxe, Automatic

weak to resist. any since we've been heie. Wi
general prosperity.
checked with others and some J 1c.
MATHEL GREEN : Starke and Bradford 4
Certainly was glad to'see the who were borland, pared here
need youth center and a curfew furteenager yCIIARLEY
a
County mite on Fire Control go the say they can never remember 'n j tM .
AND PARENTS. also need a plan
way it did Think that after it when the mosquitoes were as 'A

hereby our teachers: can he better paid. goes into effect that lots of bad as this year. E. JOHNS & SOX 11WASH

MRS. C1IAS. 1. DINKINS : Starke is growing those who opposed it will agree:: about this questionA
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into a city, but even with our growing pains. that it is a good thing. Just Finally got to eat some of

I feel we need some of that old feeling of goodwill like the way everyone changed the sausage we got from Junior broken! "ind.hjdd, stolen e'
fellow citizen. We used to have this on the "No Fence Law".
for a Clemens and it was just as
before Camp Ulanding came along, and in all the good as we hope it would be tires a car top or hood damaged CYCLES

hustle and bustle, we kind of pushed it aside.11'ouldn't Had a good time at the Soil Another thing, after you cook '
by fallen
tree limb
Conservation Supervisors Fish a CONTINUOUSLY RECIRCUIATE5 THE
it he a wonderful thing to have this some of us at the SCS meeting
Met Mr. and Mrs. J. tt. WASH WATER
good will spirit return to us? I'm sure if it did Fry. hunt around the frying pan to or by hail stones a cigarettefire I
who farm out on Brown- ,
Hixon I A f.llt.b of woih water tontlnuouil, ttcirculote-" 11
hard time convincing .find it.George
we wouldn't have such a lee I oad. They said they are on the upholstery) are ,...... both wash and rinse pciiodi. AclivalorS! wathing ocuon Jeans
people l what a wonderful town we have here. getting: : out of the chicken business. doihti p.cct by piece! rlweugh" lhr.. to.ti of washing action
telling t, I Sand oad silt or. o.tot call, forced Out or the bolloiv ..' Ihe
needis Huggins was all such auto losses for
LILLIAN BISHOP: Starke's greatest paid wo.hba.ht and flushed do m the d'oln.
well-financed Chamber of Com- ? some of it. you don't have to I
active, e '
a more Through this organization some of the \Ve kidded J. C. S.ipp. who about how long it seems before by 'comprehensive' insurance ':" ; Damp-dry spin leaves many articles/

most merce.important things can become realities. :New now works at Camp Blandmg. pay days. What he meant (we costing only about J 10? .,'.<;.-eta.,., ., ". ready to iron
think) was that sometimes he ; lid I
for graduates.This about not having to worry about Extra large permits easy top loaduij
industry makes new jobs young fencing his stock, and J. has to wait an extra clay but > Famous C-E Activators washing action
organization will be the one to push the what he said was: "The longest < washbasket and
C said he still has some cows long-wearing porcelain
of U.S. :301 through our county. It Charley E. Johns
four-laneing and still has to keep his fences time of all is when Mondavcomes tub

should also work with turnpike authorities to "ip. on a Tuesday." 5-year C-E protection plan

tie-in with proper access roads. Lastly, but equally ... I Normal and short wash cycles to suit oil
important, is work for youth recreational ,.y..yy.y.y.y.--- hville, N. C. was guest speaker & Son AgencyPhone I fabrics *
recreationhall \\Vdnesdiv night of last week
facilities. such as a swimming pool LONG BRIDGE 1 .
and other properly managed playground on't forget choir practice Fn 13 Starke. Fla.

equipment. This is a great undertaking but AND NEW RIVERMrs. 01:0Ught at 7-30 r MODEl 95

with the efforts and money of all IT CAN BE: : E. A. SaJlp ..a -.- r..-.a'e.-. ---- -- ---.-..-- a e....:. WA S50P $ C29seTmtps

ACCOMPLISHED.MRS. '

WANDA PREVATT: Starke's greatest AAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAAAA4Mr FUEL: OIL ;::;::::'
need is further industrial development to furnishimployment and Mrs. E A. FiU-tM.iM; m
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for its citizens. Industry that will Savannah. Ga. were earn

attract and hold our sons and daughters, after Anderson.guests: of Mr. and Mrs (:tKigt For Dependable Keep Full Service Ca f I #" .

they have finished their schooling. The type of AND) TH\IE:
stand Mr. and Mis. (hestt'1'Id: \ ,
I
industry in which our youth can proudly
and look toward the future without fear or fore :and children of Keystone of Mr.weioSnn and f L. 1.\ (plonk) DINKINS j

boding. Until that time comes, our community is Mis.iiy Albeit dinner Moody.Mr. guests. : FUEL OIL SERVICE : NOW G.E. BRINGS YOU.
What
going to remain very much as it is. are and Mis. I onnie Sapp and I .
to do about it? i Phone f:{ Night 91 .
we going Ir. and Mrs. Jonnie Yaibiounhof I ,..
Starke's greatest need is Sunday afternoon I 32 Temple .\\ e. Starke! Florida
U. E. HORNSBY: : Uaifoid were !
but Moldy ...... .. .. .. ,,
a ivoreational resort not only for teenagers visitors of Mrs. Kmilly --- --- - -'-'---- --- --- .

for adults too. There is a time every year anything that we togo Markalee, Mr. and Moody:'oh'!'. Tom Visited!lodgeLeeshurgh hi- t.-L: 1fO.y-t: ': r "' .ii- _' ..... _: _" Ji..._ .: t. R 4OLVING
do not have any snorts, games. or paients:
to other than to a movie I think if Starke in last weekend.

had a recreational resort: it would provide a lot \\V welcome Mr. and Mir Uutlriwho .in.' FOUR BIG DAYS!
of lake
Leslie Forsythe
of wholesome entertainment for everyone. .
CASEY Starke's greatest need i ia is have moved to our roniur.ntty SI Y MON 11'I-S.: WED N0\ r: :?!Ii( 27. 2
JOHN P. : to live. They are residing1 4
humane society. Every week countless num- the former Pledger Johns home

IoCr l of dogs and cats are dumped out along the Their guests last wetkendPI>

roach to find a home for themselves, if possible. :'oIl'. and Mrs. RufusVdsun am'. 'War SHELVES

I'm sure there are other people who would like children of I'elham. G.I.Mis .
.
these pets What we need ia place where these Jeff Terry of Han pti !-
who do want visited her sister.o.Il's.. Mu\: .
unwanted animals and the jteople nowden. Sunday.Mr. Admission Prices for this Picture Will He
be brought together.
pets can I think one of and Mrs. Joe Moody arcring ADl'LTS( MATINEE f 0c EVENING; Toe;
: SILCOX :
MRS. WILLIAM jn 1'erry now, where MrMoody : AT A NEW LOW PRICE
CIIII.DUEX1.1.. DAY ;
Starke's greatest needs i is a beautiful park, nut working with the Southeastern 2.-C .
but fort STPDEXTS1.1.. DAY 30c
only to attract the visitors to the city Utilities Co.

hd and adults of Starke as well. I think Ollie Kendricks of ('OlUIIIoIl"Oa \
children NOTICE Due to the length of this picture there
also if this park was to become a reality, there spent last week with hi \\ ill be t luo slums daily :

should always be an older, responsible person sister. :'olrs.nnie Schofield.Mr LVI 1957 Dial

with the smaller children when they are allowed and Mrs. Lonnie Crews an"ildren MATINEE Opening time 2:00 1' M Show starts .

there.MILDRED. of Leesburp were weekend 2:10{() her at 6:30 1'1.: .
to play Mrs. Ida MoodvMt.
guests of
: GREEN : One of tlrke'gn:ttest and Mrs. Addison Tanie'Jacksonville EVENING Show starts at ;:1;: P M. her at EFIE RATO

needs i is a recreation center. We also need more of were Sund.i\ 11:15; 1'. M.:

to back our sport This recreation of Mr. and Mrs Jame : _
should people be kept open up both Friday and Saturday Lavender.Mr guests : ': ':5:' + _:::'" '_ '_ :", ;. : .. ...::._ :_"';.' .:i./

and Mrs. Seeber Moodx '
nights. ItT -
:MARY E. SLADE) : Starke's greatest need, it visited the George Oreens in I.1k.City I1J / '

:M'ems to me. is a nice playground. park for small last Sunday 8 PC1 BEDROOM SUIT

children in a safe desireable location. I think TTTTTTTTTTTTVTYTTTVTTTYTNORTH = -J I "

more recreation for teenagers and a nice educational < I Sturdy Rtinovob't and Adjuslablt

building where they can be allowed to Door Shelves
SIDE ,.i Full Width Freezer Holds Up lo 48
tudy: after school hours is also needed. li i r ,
Ir I Packages of frozen Food
EDMONDSOX : In the l'yeof awmpamth'l' iQ v
MRS 1 R.: E. e
blessed witha ly :\11''. Carl Itrownl.4&AAAA.AAAAAAA. r Egg Had. Suiter Comportment'ii'
newcomer Starke i is
Thru Mini-C'jbi Ice Trayi
wonderful group of citizens. However. in my .....44. ii -
Simplified Temperature Control
opinion, its greatest need i is: for a more concerted Mr and Mrs James GaskinJ.iikre. i Auromatic Interior Light,

effort by all to work together to improve relationship :and Mrs s C liana & j I

individuals and businesses fort MrsClarence ., ,
of !both \ I.ilt'e'oIl's.\ Jlarle "s sister.

ht' benefit of the majority concerned. Basically: Amy in Jacksonvi-!!

Starke has a firm and sound foundation for anexpanded l.i
) economy, and with everyone working Mr and Mrs. G L Sapp ,i.' ,
Mr-. Maude Wainwnsht visitr'"
together for the benefit of the community that
forStarke H C Edwards who is in the hn"pital _r--- '
Progress r
economy will be !sure to come. .
al "
at Gainesville. They
depends on how much each one gives to ,
whoalso
visited Mrs Susan Sapp.
help his neighbor. To sum it up work togetherfor ill MCDfl)

the benefit of the majority, and each of us np11ilton Dukes and trd !n' ROOF('.ISE BEn HOME OF tg.ipp ONLY

as individuals will reap the benefits and Mr anMrs Now e't ..
nf South Carolina Only
SEE THE COMPLETE UNE Of G-E REFIIGRATWS ,
And that is a cross section of how our readers Ossie Norman and fair"enjoved ''- DOUBLE DRESSER & :MIRRORLARtiE

are thinking in terms of things that are a weiner roast atur'.1ni \ : CHEST OF DRAWERSINNERSPRIM : D iHMiulI.fhCf' ": jIriucnp.

needed to make Starke and Bradford County a gld at the home of Mr an'l1rs. no gr

better place in which to live These opinions indicate Reese Scott They also ei -. 1 ; MATTRESS $1 71" fprTRIC.>"4

that while we have taken steps in theright .i\i riot 1 a picnic lunch Sunday'
BOX
SPRINGS
direction, \\e still have a long way to go Patsand Rudolph Sapn vis'tpd :

fore our needs are met.i'252525"&SS252S2525"2S'b \ hoi family. Mr. and Mrs HC :2 FEATHER PILLOWS &: Sl'1tEADv ... We Service Everything We Sell ...
Saturday
Taylor, in Middleburg
.S2S J: "'c.S25'Sb'. 'i"ZSEPLSZ ni ht. The enjoyed homecoming

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST Mr : and at Oak Mrs Grove Billy Martin on Sunday an.' -

1879 Mr and Mrs. Carl Brown we 1 t Ce Jo Me RIFF
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FLORIDA'S OLD 'ST WEEKLY 'fINS. Sunday dinner guests of the E 13: Eat PHONE

... ... Clarks! .
PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY Call
Mr :and Mrs Bland Matthewhad SOStarke
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UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEO.CLASS. as Sunday dinner guests Mand >

PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY A"O. E"'TERro AS SECOND Mrs G. L. Sapp. Street Fla. GENERAL ELESSfi LIANCES _
I OTTF'O AT T"F' MSy OF'C' E Al STARKE FLORIDA UNDER We have enjoyed a week's s.ui'
t THE ACT OF MARCH 3. tail.525Z5'SZSLS'SZSa .
i-.mr.5f uU w.l! f.nish it n."

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAFII. STARKE. FLORIDA

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spent last I
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:Mrs
i T. W Marker !
KEYSTONE Hampton with his parents given on the quilt that a report the Wa s. I, daughter of Starke were Sundayl:: i Mr and Mrs H. F.. Stokes .(r' I
memo guests of .
HIGHLIGHTS HAMPTON and Mrs. V. J. SladeThanksgiung J I Mr and Mrs Ernest Mrs
I I hers are making to be sold later 'Russ. 'i iI Mattie Sowels!! Jttendf I -, : !

By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone IMr I home of Mr. guests Plan were also made for anext i I ; :Mr and I1 sHE. Stoke .It' ire< at Salem Baptist! Ch:: hLik .
4127 : Hy Mrs. D. E. Pill II and Mrs. D. 1 8y Mrs. F B. CastlenJ11A4AAiAAAVaIauau. dub meeting. ; and .. City last Situida: .

'TTTTTYYYYYYYYYY99Wwwwwww- . . . . '. _. _____ ..... .... 'I II I this week were Mr. and Miss Dorothy Ross HDC ag'nt.tI."played fiaughteiisiteil s I Mi andJos Mr ind Jl' LoUJI'--
:
iTTTTTTTTTTTTfTfTTTTTTTMcDonald .A. ... 4... I Gene Clouse and children, .. : A P.'II:1: :: xlumu! :List :
Coundl }Irt.t.. flower arrangment for r.lJnesnlle! v.s.e't: l Jt.MM
who was general chair. ,. sjM-ncer Sew Irene Planavsky and Girls .Sunda. ,c ,
I !
\u\iliariis Christmas decoration, and demonstrated "ieIs: Stir h\' ife- .KINO
The regular meeting of Keystone j man. So now .it is time to relaxI 4ih, 5th Crude Teacher I Bradenton; Mr. and Mrs. ,= "
; Heights Town Council was I I and enjoy the luncheon Hill, and Mrs. I. The Intermediate Girls Auxiliaries making candy without <=- = _- ---==-= --- _-__ .
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of = _
meeting Hipe -- = _- -
Mis. H G. Spencer of Gaines- of the cooking. =--=== c -_-_- -_ ___ -_=_
I Brooker h
held Nov 1.., having teen postponed which will l be held Tut'sdao. \'. ville i na Palk.I I Baptist WMU
bv previous agreement 1 27, at 1 p.m., at the club house. began work this week a* I Miss Jessie I met Nov 15 at the home of Mrs ,, Pumpkin pie and coffee x\ei
I Mae
j teacher tor the fourth and fifth Joyce Castlen Kay Elzel served by the hostesses, Mrs T. DOWN PAYMENT
from Nov 13. Present Ladies was in ,,
were are asked to Bartow I REQUIRED
i bring
a covered I grade class at was expected at the I
Councilmen Hampton Elementary charge of the devotional and ,:' W. Blair and :Mrs. J. K. Doughs
Fred pro-
Dodd
C. E. dish, as usual. Speaker for leigh Brannen home for
Mitchell, H L. Ownbe)'. Council I. the afternoon will be Mrs. John I School replacing Mrs. Ellen giving. gram. With Yvonne Harrell a31 I Date for the next meeting was i
Langley, who has
Chairman G. E. Wiggins, and ; IcDo \'all. who will tell of her resigned. Mrs. Clarence Melton left pianist the girls enjoyed singing i set for Tuesday afternoon. Deo A CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU ENJOYAN
Originally from hymns 11.
Tennessee, Mrs after the '
followed
meeting -
:Mayor M L Beasley. Also town trip to Europe last summer, when week for her ,
I I
parents'
Spencer has been
I j a Florida resident I by refreshments. ;
clerk Jaik Haberstronn. she and her Sgt 1-c find Mrs Earl L Stoke
husband !
Col. John ,
M'Lean.a. where she EXTRA
for the ROOM CARPORT
past four She line NEW
years. Meeting of German announce the BATH. Includ
A communication from Atty. I McDowall, went on a three. and her husband make their stay until Mr. Melton I arrivalof ing Fixtures. NEW ROOF SEPTIC
,
The Brooker a daughter LorrIe TANK TANK &
Ellen.
I months Home Demonstration on
Myron Prevatt, representing the tour.County home in Gainesville! where11'. from overseas duty with WATER SYSTEM
ANY
Club met Oct. S. St. Stokes is formerly of REPAIRS AND REMODELING -
Tuesday afternoon, I ,
Reystone Washeteria Council She has been
requestedthat I 3h' Ling Spencer is attending Universit army. visiting
} XO13, in the Civic Brooker is nostationed with theArmy LABOR AND MATERIALS
Center with I
the Council cooperate in securing Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Melton I :
All members of Florida. Both
members of
of the local are
PTAare ten members in Hamburg Germany. His !
a Crossing over the G. S. invited to attend the Clay I the First Baptist Church in several weeks. business session present., preided During over the by'I' address isSfc Earl L. Stokes I i iRA14174329 ; Call Us or Drop A Card ... No Obligation
tt F Railroad to the Washeteria. Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Gainesville.
County Council meeting which i I Co. F. S5th Inf

Names of former residents were will be held at Orange Pal k on I Mr and Mrs. Langley who have and son of Tampa spent week. They visited the Stnck- i Regt.. 10th.. Div APO 139. New < .
deleted from the Registration weekend in Hampton with 11ands. and $ ?flfl. 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $4 r.5S
Wednesday Nov. 28, at 9.30: a.m been living in Hampton since : las'n I Mr. Padgetl got some York N Y.
Books, examination of books I Williams' parents, Mr. and ,
of
upon thIs
Open House At Library I summer expect to move I:1S'1 pepper that everyone sass Vernon Crawford of Coleman
by council. J. W. Horne. Mr. and Mrs. is full of fire. ,
Tampa, where Mr. 'I
In observance of National Langley is was the weekend guest of Yvonne
The clerk instructed to have Baiksdale and children of 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS
was
Book Week, the Woman's Club I ployed. We learned recently that Mrs I Harrell. $600 521.17
were guests for Sunday
ballots printed for the coming Library, under the direction of : .\nllr)" At (hristian with the HomesCLAY Ernie Padgett's daUlhter.fr!'; )fr. and Mrs': Edd Polk and!

election bearing the following Library Chairman Mrs. Emery I (hiirdi :Nextwk Ruth COI bett, who lives in Curry 'children spent last weekend with

names: For Mayor. M. L. Beas- Cooper, will hold Open House 1 ev. Carl Andry of Gainesville i .. N. C., fell downstairs and Mr. an.11rs.. Frank Polk and FREE Estimate and Information

It'for Tax Collector Mrs. Sara on Wednesday Nov. 2?. Childrenare is tentatively scheduled to spent j .an.VVr..VVVVVy... : broke three ribs and injured net family in Trenton.

M. McDonald: for Tax Assessor, urged to come after school I at services again next Sunday at ;, back. She tripped at the top and! Mrs Gladys Stiukland of Sc't

Tommy D Milhcan; and for Town and see the fine collection of I Hampton Christian Church. TIei i HILL fell about 15 feet, striking the I 1 tier, :Mrs.': Harold Kite and c'urlren !' Store Hrs. : 7:50M: : to

Council. William B. Belote. books interesting to them. As Willard. Jones, pastor said thi- wall so hard the piaster was of ..Jaksom'i1e.fr! and Mi ''I 5 :30 P.M Mon. thru Fri.

On motion of Dodd seconded by was the case last year punch and week. liy :'Mrs. i, U StrickliitKi broken 4[-l'ra1,1: Roberts and ChIli kie Tf. i I Close Noon Sat.

Mitchell, the registrar was instructed cookies will be served. Hev Jones whose resignation i if' &LLAal The days are much shoittinow. !stone of Stark \i-nl t the EiliI'c'lks !
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to hold registration books Altar Society Entertains effective next Sunday stated that t ,I so all evening services at 1 :MondaxMi

open until December 1. Noticeof I On Wednesday afternoon, Nov he and Mrs. Jones plan to move'I: Mr. and Mis Willie our church will begin at 7 clock ',nd Mis Gi', 'don loin .n+ !4H11. J ,

this action will be properly within the next two weeks to their announce the birth of a instead of 7:30.:
I II t, the ladies of the Altar Society i Jacquelm, I
sted. former home in Leesburg, where on Thursday. Nov. /
r' The :'olax'iIlelission.1I
St. William's Church v R.ip
of
The Cuuncil accepted a recom- prepared he will do supply pleaching. The I at home. Mother and list Chureh111 have dinner
a
for the Pt
that a party supper boys several with are doing nicely.
mendation of Mayor Beasley couple spent days j I IMr and all-day
and of the Catechism classes singing on Sundiv
consider the erection of anew gills their sons in Orlando and Coco I and Mrs. W. Hall
they
Dec
City Hall the present one after their lessons were over for last week.Miionary. I I..daughter of Jacksonville I 2. Everyone invitedRev. FOR ( ASH SALES ONLY

the day Mrs. A. L. Danis, president Crawford was with us v
Speaker Sunday afternoon '
inadequate.A with Mr. !
being
request for the addition of a of the society, was in chargeShe : I.At Haplist 1 MMK Meet Mis.: Ernie Padgett. Clay Hill last Saturday night an.' STARKE BUILDERS
was assisted by the various! Mrs Wisner, who is togo I! : we invite him back again lw: ; FIGHTS ALL COLDS SUPPLIES
George Mi. .
recreation room at the KeystoneFire I and11': .1. 1 Padgett : Babb ,-
also considered membC'rho either served 01 I with her husband and rhilt.1r'n'' i son of Jacksonville i will be with us this :Patiir;
House was j cooked for the affair.llppmrtuty I is missionaries to Brazil, spoke were (< I dax' night so let's come out ,all Itt LESS TIME : PHONE 333 or
by the Council, and Clerk will instruct I I'I'j j on friends and relatives here the house. 45:0
I\nllc''o' ; r. .
Fire Dept. to submit plans / Thursday night. Nov 13. to memo :---;.
estimated cost. The free Chest X-Rav Mobile I t ers of Hampton Baptist WMU -- -- -.cE'
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Unit[ will be in Keystone Height.0 it their monthly meeting at the

Woman's The Woman's Club I.III1'hl'ol1 Club Bazaar is 1 this Friday. Nov. 23 from 10 a.m home of Mrs. Otto Hicks. Let the great taste of Coke put your family at its

with 1 to: 1 p m.. and also this Saturday Mrs. Wisner told of how the'tlanned
over and -i-venone is happy
Sara afternoon from 3 to <*> p.m. Don't to go as missionaries, anr1
iallMis
the resulte.pe< I
I niui; this opportunityPersonals what some of her duties and

problem would te: when they

FOR DEPENDABLE We are glad to hear that Mrs. I reach Brazil. The couple am*

JiniiKV' i'riee has recovered from their three children are living ir

Termite Control the ni'imps It seems odd tHat Hampton, while they do preparatory -

she wouldn't hive: them when shf work in this area. best

was growing up and waited until Following the business meethv sparkling
Household & Commercial
i she was the mother of five children and program, Mrs. Arnold haddock -
Pest ControlS
to do so. The mumps score was honored with a surpris

Grove SprajlngCall at her house!' is. in her words, "4 stork shower. Fifteen members:

down and :3 to go." and eight guests attended the .

FR. 6-6033 Mrs Don Pangfcoin has been in meeting, with refreshments of
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Atlanta this week a guest of her pecan pie.. cracker sandwiches tea

Florida Pest Control daughter and soninlaw.fr.. and and coffee served by Mrs. Ottchicks .. .. .......... ., ..

& Chemical Co. Mrs Edward Mooie. Mrs Moore an,] Mrs. Charles Hicks. .......;............,..... .. '' ',. ."..y..... ...... ...... .
the former Donna Lou Par.gborn Plans were discussed for the
N. W. 16th A\e Lottie Moon II
24 injured her right hand in a freak week of prayer pro-

Galnestille, Florida accident and her mother went tri gram for foreign missions, the .: :.. >":>" .. :
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week of December 37. The December ;" .. .... : ..' ,: ," :
I assist her in her housewifelyduties. : .:2.:::::::... :

meeting the group will ..I '. : .. .,
be Thursday. Dec. 20,
with Mrs
I Mrs Richard T. Lovcrn is expecting I ;
J. W. Horne and Mrs. "..
Betty Max I
her mother.Irs.. OHie ,
Wash Your Clothes i England from San Antonio. Tex as hostesses. A week later char j I
f fi !
j originally/ scheduled, the I -
meeting I
as, to arrive on Thanksgiving day fI :
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ft I'ounhFor and remain over the Christmar is postpone( because of revival ,, I :T .
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services at Hampton Baptist ,
holidays. Mrs. Lovorn and h<" : i
Baptist Church the week of Dec !
40c! four children will doubtless hr ;9-16. I '' : ..
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very happy to have Iandmoth. i ",
FREE Bleach If Desired! Film Sluiun At Church
er" here, for the children's father I |
"Is God Through With Israel" <
I Capt. Lovorn, is with the army i in i
I \was topic of a film and sermor
Thailand. exactly half-way around I 1 M
,presented by Walter Zvoda at' :
We Will the world which is about as far
I j
j Hampton Baptist Church Sunday ,
away from home as one could heat
Dry Your Clothes Christmas venmg. Pat Bowers, a student at j
I (Columbia: Bible College in Colum-[
Mr. and Mrs Sam Sawyer anPDr. !
] bra, S. C., was guest song leaderit
For 20c i and Mrs. Dick Powell attend-j i
I services Sunday morning, while i
j .
ed the Christian Life :
In New Automatic Driers! Family ; home, for the weekend with hiri:, 6I
Conference at Camp Crystal Lake :, amily, near Starke.

e last weekend, as representatives( VrsonaU' .
of Ft. Anne's ir' I
Episcopal Church Mr. and Mrs
O D. Gay of Dun- '

Keystone Heights. The conference ellon stopped in Hampton Saturday Yak, g
:r 3
The Washeteria 3
was from Friday evening : morning with the J. W. :; 11 -

:-:016.. until Sunday -iftomoon lornes.] They were enroute home '1 'y. ct r ii r44'1

Tt'mpldfe.. Stark Mr. and Mrs Sam Sawyer and from, Savannah, Ga., where they ;t

children ::11"! .ntei taming Mi *. t
;rttendetl! the funeral of Mr. Gay'f j j.it '

Sa vvei 'v pueiits Mi and Irs f, her. 4 I' : n yf

h's..T F. Howser of Starke is.1 i, ,yt"n: : k 3 r t ,

spending this week in Hampton ) t.. h ? Tta'F 14ai
$50 $100 $30DPHO
NEED CASH?
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with hoi si"terIl'!!. J. L. \Villi i ;

.inrs. ..
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IPT COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL
Mr. and Mrs Frank Thomasand : C 6 r aCfti
: ,
son moved last week from theDeWateis I .
MARION FINANCE CO., Inc. i house on Navarre St. .,, .
I
II) the Charron place west of i .

218 W. University A-e. Phone FRG-5333 town <....,'; l
'
Gainesville, Fla. Mr and Mis Otto Hicks spent I

; last weekend visiting! relatives in I

Bi.identonI
I I
i I Visiting Sunday with the E. D iI II i iI

I Aliens was Mrs. Goff of Bay Lake j jI e

i j i I Mr and Mrs. C. H. Layfield i i ii a N

i i Miss Emma McElroy, and Mrs ,
j I Effie :McElroy: of Gainesville were;' New I Coke In king.Ize! There's more to pour and it tastes real No
great.
wonder it
1 lL t1wug ht botr ,I j Mrs Sunday Nora visitors Layfield at the in HamptonMr home of, goes great with the gang any time.


/ ? I and Mrs. Vernon Slade Jr


T # I Sam Alford. of Elountstown. for!i I Bring home

Q nit' tttqUII I Thanksgiving brother, and SF also 1-c James Mrs. Sawver's Al- both sizes today


gQ 1.u 1-;,""' I ford, who is stationed aboard ; _

shIP at NewLondon, Conn.
",. Pc"'tL..t' .'tQ1R 1 ,9i Mr and
;. <:tt: .,: ; 1. ,. ;; .,, I Mrs Chester Moody
J ''' .} j and family attended the home-
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""' \J f A..w... (I I coming game at Lake Butler last Cell lie rtgbftwrf' fra"* aM. 01956 n.). Con-Cola Conpcuif.
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f 11) JIN weekend The Moodvs came tr f

Keystone from Lake Butler.
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Happy Birthday to Mrs Jew(''! f

ADDITION to being Fogg (Dee), who although she Knot

from Keystone. says she reads\ fig .
grateful for our blessings at this Thanksgiving the column each week faithfully _

: Her birthday is Friday. No. :23!
let also
season, us remember individuals
i, Staff members:: of Humphrev

who have helped us recently. Surelya Gold Coip. and their wives wI!' '

i attend a Buffet Dinner at the
few words of thanks and appreciation to i Officers' Club at Camp Bland.np

them, written or spoken, would be most I on Mis Thursday Emeiv: e'eningn\' :29:! c "1 Z ra r f I

I Cooper went tr.Tac
appropriate.This I ksonx ille last Sunday to sec
'' her noire.
Miss Betty Addison I:

bankill ,i: who had been taken suddenly ill! ,
not be open on She: returned on Monday | i ppU

Thanksgiving Day. 1! Mr and Mrs E. \,'. Dwyer Jr r Y N r

jof I[ East Hartford. Conn. are holiday :, \ A 4 1r / pf9d

; ciiests of Mr. Dwyer's parent : ._ .
I, who live on Lake Geneva Famous standard-size Most rajjaj i22
popular bottle
Mr and Mrs Carl Wlstrup of all time for quick bright of Keep both on hand! You never know when
i HlFLORIDA BANK STARK I Syacu. N Y. refreshment. There's life you're going to feel like
are guests at truiVxhte there's sparkle in every sip! having a Coke or a
I Feather Court. The Wis-; party So keep both sizes handy!

Member Florida National Group | trims are retired and are condering w
: Keystone a''
I Heights as i i ipo

,, ;;ihlt> l.vation to spend their'' Ported under authority of The Cota-Colo Company by

I STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYFRIDA






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f" r-I Starke I, BPW Club Tolstoi's; Drama f
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I Delegates Attend -- p -. ',- -. '''-.' ___ ____'.'_ _'_ n.. .__ ._.. __ _,__ __ $':.-__"_ _-j" (

I Lake City MeetingA 'War and Peace' I Because the turkey will be the most'I I


1 i'g" iolt'syt.on; from t'ift <"At Florida Sunday of all your Thanksgiving purchases i

4Q E5 J,11; 1\.' 1.:1'Club attended tin

r'" "te !Insi' I' t :,4 meeting at the Blanc 1 Sodom; has .t not, ,'in pi> tut I i,

Gladys 1I00tyPhone NnLake! : City last Sundai.iiii \ opened t.. Muh extsu.udmary 6e SU&EviMA f lb 1I 1

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( this '
--pe.ikt on Q'asion '
1 35 ipiai e as1'\\ Yolk ( nh" 'u 1 '
.v ., MiMane: Bowden of Lees 'corded Wai and Peaie" the' i p. I
,. .. "tatt' fIrst vice-president. I
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----------------- - ---- 6 16 I g. drama opening: Runl.iFlorida \ .r ',.

Miss Della Hosenberg of thj.Muke < Theatre for a :"> ,: :
Garden Club To Hear :Woman's Club Gives s I lub gave a report on thUt.itf I i engagement.The I

Soil ConservationistBill j i 'Fine Arts In Home' board meeting held lecentII three central figure- .' I
in Tallahassee 1lrs.Iartha I TURKEYI
movie version of the grit' !n i y J
Haas, Soil Conservationi. : In TV Show Format"Fine I idles. also of the Starke dub, by Leo Tolstoi are viidlP"

of Bradford County will be prin- l|waleiogmed as a new menibeiLttendmg frayed by Audrey Hepburn H" i II
Arts in The home \A IS' her first district meeting I
I Fonda, :Mel: Fener
(ipal speaker at the consei vation Wednesday afti'inoon and
presented DOOr izes
pr Were won bj I
As a story of war, the film > !!, --
program of the Starke Garden Nov 14, at the Starke Woman s Mrs Edna Stone Mrs J. D. Uo>U-.
Club meeting Monday: evening, Club in the form of the TV .nd Mis Bales of Napoleon's attempt to conquer

Nov 26, at 7:30 o'clock in the Show "Person to Person. I Others attending from the Russia and presents in spit I f/: HENS

Parish House on Church Street.! The stage was set to represent I Mr and Mrs L. S. Tanner cLaw Starke club were Mrs Dolly Sul- scope such events as the tannm-- i TOMS

:Mr Haas will use a film on Con- :\Irs.I I 'lev announce the engagement Ivan: Mrs Helen Halley, Mrs. battle of Borodino, the evacuatim 41C 45C
'rvation in Florida. the family living room of and burning of Moscow, and tht! t. Frozen trade; '.\' Frozen Grade; 'A'I' I
ot their daughter Chai Desta Dyal Miss ::'oladgelid le- !
J, W. Kincaid. :Mrs.: Kincaid's, ;: Dressed) & Drawn
retreat of the French Dressed & Drawn
Hostesses for the evening will family consisted of Mrs. Luther' lotte Faye to William Josep ton, and Mis Pansy Quigley. army. i .

be MH J D. Doyle, chairman; Powell Mrs.:: Levy Canova Henry Zack of Gieenlaan, Long Islandl These memorable scene! froma I W\ .iI.' I.I LU

Miss Dorothy Ros, Mrs. O. C. Williams, Archie Green Bill Dayton N. Y., son of Mr and Mrs Charles Three Are HonoredAt dramatic backdrop against I "

Crosby. Mrs L. O. Hazen. Mrs Harold Tyus, and Hjlua J. Zack. Miss Tanner isJfTil a which motes an intensely absorbing I

Y A. :Nichols and Mrs. H. .\. Paulk. The family members pre.l graduate of BUS. Birthday Party story of real people. Ferre- I ..... Ocean spray:' Cranberry 1-lh canrVlM
handsome, I
the
proud amcmcal
plays v
Lawson i.nted the following arts: _'
Misses Penny Hollingswotth Prince who brine -
Mis. Powell; Music, Mrs: Canova Methodist Young Andrey .- -
Patsy Nichols, and Linda Smith Natasha (Audrey Hepburn I he! ."!,e. O ) SAUCE 2 for f lie
:
Williams Arrangements
I and Mr. ; Flower ..
.pperson CircleThe Mrs. Kincaid; vocal Adult Class were delightfully surprised at a first knowledge of love. In ('on I Qljj 8LLjjj: < as ., )
birthday party and dance j given in trast to him is Pierre Lorena Epperson Circle of selection, Archie Green, Harold Fetes BirthdayThe their honor Saturday e'ningat I Fonda) who must endure man '

the First Baptist Church met T>'us. Bill Dayton, and Sylvia the Legion Hall. Hosts and hocvt- painful experiences before his hovel!
Paulk. Mrs Dave Paulk, who Methodist Young Ads lllt Swift's Premium Tender Half Whole 12 to 14 lb.
Tuesday Nov 13. in the home of (sses for the affair were Maltha for Natasha can become meaningful or avg.
Mrs. S. E. Sparks with ten mem- served as commentator, was Class: enjoyed a birthday bers present. In the absence of chairman of the program and last Friday evening. Nov. 16, in I Frames Landrum Linda Chapman by the Swedish beauty i

the leader Mrs. F. J. Shaw, the was assisted by Mrs.:: Robert the educational building with G8 Sammy Gill Linda Kay Sale Anita Ekbeig. who pl.u I II

meeting was conducted by :Mrs. Green a1* co-chairman. remit members and10 childie Diuce Pievatt Charlene Dennis, scheming, unscrupulous meJ.ht.! l i Smoked Hams LB49C

M F. Hazen Mrs S E Sparks Mrs A. Russell Norman, first attending II and Martha Dayton.The :I of the Czarist nobility. .

brought the devotional, reading vice-president, conducted the business A beautiful thiee-tiei.nl bill t hall was attractively decorated I With IS major castings and 6'' l I

Psalm 121. Program topic was meeting during the absenceof day rake with one candle centercd for the party with pink !I speaking parts the film has I II

"Evangelism of Japan" with Mrs. the president Mis C. L. Scholl, ; the main table. Yellow pompoms blue and white crepe paper, I total of 18.000 player It run I

H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. A. J. who was on vacation Mrs F. IS. and fan graced the tlimn; streamers caught at the ceiling three humind 2S: iniruiU! i II I TENDER .. NICE .. PORK
Thomas Sr. taking part. Refreshments Beard gave the devotion on tpbles and the group ate by can with multicolored balloons on \ length :

were served by the hostess, Thanksgiving Muss Clara Leaman (cilelight strin s. The refreshment table

assisted by her granddaughter, Se- gave a report on the District i 1111I'eting The was planned by Mis was centered with a beauuflrb'rthday I _. _. __ .. _
patty I -_ ,. .,_ _. _. _' '" ,:
Jacksonville XO1. cake embossed with blur'
letta Thomas in Don Page. Mrs Edward Schwa I Fresh Hams LB 53c
I The new year books, resplendentwith and Mrs Don Kokomoor and was and yellow lettering. I II

I a gold co'er.represm. ing I presided over by the piesuleni, TIle patty wa.chaperonl.1 1 ht> I IC i
I the club's 50th anniversary, were led 1 bMis :Mr and Mis Guy Sale. Mis Annie
lion Page. Games were rNEpTAeSTARKE
distributed to the members. Mrs Hollmgswoitht. W. T. Gill!. FL'I ,
instiuctor
II S. Mulhns -
FLORIDA \\'. S. Slade and Mrs C. Lowell Miss Kloried Killings north ot I

O"re'otetl into the club as now Starke. and Mrs Pievatt of K..\ Grade "A" Dresses and Drawn Tender
membeis TM Finance Committee Coffee Is Held stone Ik.ghts St X MO.V: 11 KS.

,announced that approximately I MembersA Tile 7i tccnagt.; rdr.;' -!- l'I1J"I I G2.). 6j
>4oO was cleared at the election ByVCTU ('an< in.; thioii hdii1: th' |> utMi ;\
THEATRE
.night dinner. delightful coffee was enjoy.+> lieu S DOrilLK FE.\Tl'HE Hens LB 37Cf'

i I II Pumpkin pie and coffee were ed by the members and guests It' ."The First Traveling 1 Large

,
SAT NOV 21 'served by the refreshment (' during the social hom I at the close of the ie*
DOUBLE FEATURE
UK I ular monthly meeting. The de Ginger Kog Ts, Barry' XK nand f'\' .

user, Holiday House Tour votional period was conducted h j, (arol ('hanningPLUS ....,. :,. \ SWEET Cl HANPINEAPPLE
aRNEII. I the President, :Mis.: Florence lIip) EACH

REA.p'NI '' ,|Set By Garden ClubThe pie, and the Scripture 2 Timothy ': IIYfG: '" 29

1 I 2:1-15: was read tv Irs "The Man Who il ; .

Staike Garden Club is Jennie Thornquest, vice president 1! Knew Too Much"TECIINICOLO.R 'fit; / ) FAXtLATE HONESCRANBERRIES
planning its annual Holiday House followed by prayer offered t,.1 and, Mrs C L < ivi ituifIr t .

''t. Tour for Friday evening, Dec 21, Mrs Walter Zvoda, a visiting missionary : .1 oi Staike .mncmmr the bull!h I : -tiJ 1 Lb. Bag 19''

"starting at the Parish House on from North Carolina.The 1'i f a son Charles Logan Overtinf, I James Stewart and Dorii Daj 'I'II .,_ _

PLUSSTUpnOR (damn street, doing the hours highlight of the meetinwas III. on No11 in Aluliuj I Plus Color Cartoon for Kids t--:..: ;' .. : FRESH CRISPCARROTS
General "
17:30 to 10 o'clock activitii Hospital ; "

I I A tea table, with Christmas of the an state account convention of the in Lees announces The Bradford the following County births Hospital: WED, T IUHS., O282.9 t./Q ;:. ...,i.: ... .. 2 Lb Bag 19cLarge

delicacies, will be spread at the given by Mrs. Hippie as.
j burg Mr and Mrs Floyd J. Stewart
Parish House for all guests to sisted by Mrs. M. V. Avery 01 1 DOUBLE FEATURE I
of Staike. a daughter, Jml\
I enjoy before .starting the tour. Penney Farms. An award of Merit,' Lucille, Nov. 13Mr. I "The Price of Fear"I Sweet JuicyFLORIDA f
jGNr I IKt After refreshments the guests was sent the local union by thl and Mis. Charles W. Yawn I
ip i will be personally conducted on I parliamentarian, Mrs E. n Merle Olx-ron and Let Barker
Nf state Geneuexc
Melrose a daughter I
I the tour by members of the Club Harrison, Jacksonville, for thl Ruth, Nov 16. PLUS Pound Bag
In charge of the tour is Mrs high grade made in the Pail l ORANGES 2SCFresh
I Mr and Mrs. Gerald Griffis of "The Other Woman"Hugo
J. W Kincaid. third vice-presi mentary Quiz conducted recently); Caifoid. a son, Nov. 17.
i dent, and :Mrs: M F. Hazen, jeceive
Two new members were Mr and Mrs Carl L. crosby Haas and t'lwi Moore
chairman of the following com- and dues paid. The meeting closed "I
of Starke, a daughter, Peggj Plus Color Cartoon
mittee: Mrs Gail Mathews, Mrs. with the Aaronic Benededictio 1
Loraine, Nov. 18. -
\\'. II. Nollman, Mrs. Jesse New-
recited in unison. Mr and Mrs Eugene \\'. Norman DOUBLE FEATURE
II some, Misi Delia Rosenber Mrs Fresh Pound
of Lawtey, a son Knml.il I
DUCK (Cartoon J.m Ritih, Mrs Marian )love,I Phi Sets ITALIAN CHESTNUTS 2SC
Beta Sigma Eugene; Nov 18. "Back To God's
Mrs. O. I.. Beaslev, Mis H B.
) Chapter No 2 .11CAUSI'AI. :\(; I Mr and :Mis: Shell Johns oi r I
Pejton, Mrs P J. Qu.itUeb.uiMi, I Christmas Celebratioi 1 Middleburg, a daughter No1M Country" :
Mrs E. A Halt :Mrs: C.O? Johns,
and! :Mrs: It. F Demoiest I The Beta Sigma Phi sorori!; TKIIMOUR .

SUN, MON TUES., WED. I Tu'ket. may be ,.btrned! !i ion I will meet at the home of Mrs. 1 (Tn'Ol'T: :MITHK: St.rring Hook Hudson _s .- ,

NOV 23-2G-27-2S; I !r. Hmson 1212 Pratt St. in Sara; Cub Scout Pack 70 will meet n PLUS .. ; wi r.
Over
lub 2.3
!naeiiibers of the i No : Fruits and Nuts
toga Heights, Monday night the Methodist Recreation Hall "The She-Wolf" ''''' s ...''::-,.
I "A SPECTACULAR MOVIEI'-tJ/. :, ,26. at 8 o'i lock. All members al'e Monday night Nov 26 at 7a::;,() I <, J
Pa'meow'PeuebAIi16IY I reminded to bringor send gif.s Mating Kcrinia (
o'clock Cubs in Den 6 will present Y ; .i// JANE PARKER
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HINIi't MELNfPBUBNfOhDA at the Florida Sta e I .
nit patients a skit, and mothers of Cub:s. Plus Serial Chap. 9

j [ A'fm i / 1 t Hospital OhittahoocheeTh i ur Den 7 will serve refreshment>, ; Cartoon for KidsTHANKSGIVING
:uiiiual Christmas party 1 fo (Awards will be given out at tin s

n'.mbfis md their husbands i II,,1' meeting .A 'f1 ..< FRUIT CAKE
JJr ;;. e. : !.
I I II :
dates .s plumed for Dec. 13; at tl!..e I "': f4nj J"L.

farldPeace (' imp Blundmg officers club He!. / ',. '- t; fW.. .1, .
r. ., ... '
". .ations must be made in advan* ......
::
.' Ilh Mis Betty Warren, phoi::1 I I
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lauP liIIS1AY lOd ,.S9 Nil regular meeting will 1 tJ


Admission Price on for this I iSrJrjrrvit OUTFIT held The in SUl'flrityJ1 Deiembei give away t "! 3-LB 965 5LB: 985

DINNERDon't ft
Picture Mill be: ':i inch doll with a complete wanlobe
before Christmas. Procee>
CAKE CAKE
Adults Matinee 60c will go to the recreation progra n 2, (0 L.- II)

for teenage I Out :J_ "
Dine
Adults Evening 75c Cook -- ONLY ONLY


Children All Day 25c I., UN Program GivenAt _, .' __ c' c _. .. _'_ _
I .. -. WSCS K & J RESTAURANTd ..__ __ _. __ .__ __ _" P .H _.'_ _p .__ __ ._ H __ '__. ___ ___
Students All Day 50c ..; MeetingMrs
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1 $:... I Donald Kokomoor h..!d A&P Our Finest
NOTICE .:' Mile South On I s. 301
\. 1 harge of the program at the 1'1
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Due to the length of this -, ... .. l I ular business and program me MENU : POTATOES SAUCE
n of the :Methodist WSCS whit h
picture. there will be 2 g 50e .
Pct Monday afternoon at 3 0 elo k Juice Cocktail I Lesueur Very
shows daily Tomato
in the church sanctuary. 1 11C
I Turkey & Dressing Giblet Gravy
:Mrs.: KoKomoor presented 'T TINY PEAS
Opening Time 2:00: p.m. I ..' Whole Kernel Corn *
U. :\. A Good Trustee" al; d BREAD&p
starts 2:30 "' Fresh Fordhook Beans:;
Matinee show '
( ) was assisted by Mrs. C. S. Ha 1 Jane Parker Herb tJIE
Whole Cranberry Sauce
over 6:30 rock; Mrs W. B. Thompson, al u,
Salad Hot Rolls Jlr Claude John'Mince ,
AQLfit Yt( Qr Yl.F le(.(, 1 Mrs Titus Olson. Waldorf : STUFFING
(Evenings) 7:15 p.m, I Pie Hostess Manager
: The devotion, continuing tl|e

Out 11:15 > atitcLko&It I'trusteeship I of the U. N. then e, j :[ Jane Parker 4 AC

v:as given by Mrs.:: E L. :\Ialtheusic \\
THURS., FRL N02930 (} w& STUFFING
:: for the program and dev -

HERE'S WHAT YOU GET! :,Lion was rendered by Mrs E 1 1I oK \, Fontana Village Resort .
I l'l'rryman. Mrs. C. I). Willian I., VCiOh# al ,
Wilshire Camera ; / ls different-at Fontana
Sheath CaseTelepholo president i of the societv. conduit, d i everybody has fun! Sultana SmallSTUFFED
the business
meeting.Elementary I Fishing is excellent in
.
lens I : I Fontana Lake and 10/2! Ref. Jar
oz
Filter Holder
[ PTA I h h. there's swimming in .anew OLIVES SSC
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I. Light Bar i I Un., I 8' luxurious pool in
2 Flood Lamps | The Starke Elemental PI A'i season, craft makingm
IGRAYSON
t ORESIF leather lens Case (net Tuesday evening.. Nov 13. jp square dancing, scenic po-

( th ,.. >p TIn NOlI I Carrying Case "!the cafetonum with Mrs A. ::N".. t I f I tours tennis, shuffleboard Ocean SprayCRANBERRY
Hollidav president presiding. UW <'\ 01'\11)1'\) ) horseb.T1ndira

\TOTAL VALUE $99.25 I S. McAhley: gave the dev()- f S c "? -plenty more to sec -J Pound Cans
and do in this 2
sparkhna 33C
SAUCE
.
I Save 19.40 t'na1. .1 1 .
You
*. t th. mountain air andthere's
TV! 4th grade room of :\frs.L .
PLIS \ \rc"'. supervised plat
PENGUIN: FOR TOl'RTIIOU ONLY $79.85TERMS I'eik Ji. won the room cou.Mrs. ;1... e. \ for children baby sitters .

Cartoon) .. -. !-'. J. Pellum's room w on \tijr: l'" available. Ha\e
( IlTS ( AT .
.,' u. std 1 player for having t no 6ix. [y v. : the time ot your hfe at, A&P: 0n All Purpose Oil
-: i Mi-n's: join PTA. It v as ";5 ?\
COMING SOON :1. <.: $633 was cleared at !, .1: ISE--_ phone for re'-enatmn, < qt hot

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"Love Me Tender"With STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP i '. ':::1 i grade teachers, in" '-' ,;.tti', I
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I : c"i1 program! explain. r5'Ft. Starke. Fla.
1'rleeEn thi," ad effective through SatUl'11 +
uht th .1' d.\? = '
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... w .. I Mrs. Lois Diddell and Mrs. Ger- Home for the Thanks-laving; : j Mr. and :Mi.t T H :Sl.i-lt" I and Mi.i Ovid Bennett t iituir.i: : : Siti.Hiiiy t. :Mr .ir.; : :M-s I R: K: K.i.! ,..!-.-: 'I!- > XI.I'.h.' .'. i-
II II I tiude Garland of Jatksonvill I l'ohda'Ith thi-ir i.'spttivt- f.im- |ciaughtt; rs. Flora and Sustn..itid after being ninfm.-.i .n ; ;no ai.'i l ..; 'in' -IM.TII Tn -.'k-.!\'.i : \ x.i-pr-: -ii" .1 i ''.: ti! .I' 1 ,
I were Sunday guests of Mr. and I Ilts. 'ilies are Pearson Cox. Nancy Du- I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Space of Jai k- Haptis Memorial: Hjspital the past ., the Kill Giahaiu; family 1.1 t li! < < ..:; sv: .'n, in her hunoi Tiri'-.l.I I1 I I1.
I :\ J. T. Quigley. Mrs. Jennie Pre Adele and Joyce Scholl San- sonville spent the weekend in At; month. 1 Scrub.: : x '.- \1. nihii !I" i-
Thornquest who had been visiting I I dra Johns. Jackie Hobba Huzzy i i lanta visiting Mr. and Mrs. SladeJr. i Mr: and Mrs. Tyler Jone.- and I f Miss Eliza l I ".v-- \i\' Y: :11!. I
I II :Mr. and Mrs. Quigley attend- i Green. Irene Metzger. Bobbie | and Miss Joanne Slade. d.iughter. Ginger were in t':i Ha- ;JMrr. Doily Mor! i : 1 F 1 II'! !i-. \' '. >i tt I
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I I II ing the W.C.T.U. meeting returned I Ferguson Kenneth Noegel. Bob Mrs. Louise Kite is spending : hun on Sunday visiting relr.tuosMis. son. Larry. o: \\ >; "I' .L. !1. -- : ; M :M \ : '.. '!h' .:.. .
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I I home with them. I, !bie: Bastedo and John Mack Newj j Thursday and Friday with herbrotherinlaw I T. J. Griffin. Mi.-s Anna ;; spent the wct-kt-nii: : \\ *h Mi! ; ..'iIMts. M. M '. ;% h. .'. .... I

IN THE NEWS ti I Mrs. Garland Parnell of Sa\'an-I i some from U. of F.. Joan Scholl j and si,'.er. Mr. and 1 Dany! and :Mrs. Carrie Kit. h .Hid ; H. A. Laws ::>. ...' ". I

.. nah Ga. is spending the Thanksgiving ,from Gainesville Joanne Slade. Mis. E. F. Dollar in Cauo. Ga. :,her granddaughter. Diane Ka II I S-Sgt and Mis Jr 'v I..1 -,,' I M-: l.i.\-; I.--- ,,:' Wil: ,-:"L- !
"I r weekend with her brother 'Johnny Kopelousos and Billy :Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Conner i i 01 Ihalt>ah. are spending: Tliui.-- anti on. Mike, of Foster AniKiiiit1 t..n. 1 I'cL.s -.peml.:.,.: 'iu-! T-.i! 1 ia.
:0111I" !1" ". imand Ht-u-ilv :Mii.ia I and sister-in-law. and Mrs. K. 'I,Ctessler from Emory University. I made a business trip to Miumi aay rind Friday with Mr. and MisL : Base Vrtna: :: Tf\.is .i. I U-vinsr: ->\-ek nd ath.d l .'".'I !1. !.
Ml tmi MLW R. \\l-If; l.inflllfil,l V-lth !:IIUII1I.S' Lost G. Duncan. Also with the Dun- Linda Johns, and Jackie Colley over the weekend.Mr. II K .Ionian in Ovieda. .. -jt-nilnii! ; ruwo.. ;k -.iith !11" ; i i'ontj iT T L.mand: Mm..I| M 1 IFt ,
have I I
residents
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.iimei Staike I who is : the ( M.ir..l :MrEvl} !! 1.! '! .
week. ,cans for the weekend are Pvt. and from FSU. Pauline Gay. | and Mrs. Milton Lang of \IsltmgIrs flitch over wecLend. : I : .j.
moved from Fancy Gap. Va Gallic.t j :Mis. J. 'L. Clews and I :Mr. and Mrs. Kaspar Duncan of Decatur (employed in Jacksonville. Sandra ;:Miami uiv \'islting11'. and Mrs.R. I![ I i iI iI
ROCK:} Water Park. Eau has taken I :Mrs. DeXVitt Clewis and daughter: Ga. !,Jones from Brenau College Ga.. I, B Alvaiez and :Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and. Mrs. J. M. High li t'i! I I
Morse
wit whet.Mrs. I -
Veterans Claims CXrla of Unadilla, Ga. were weekend Miss Marilyn Cox left Thursdayfor i Dennis Mathews and naStl'f.- 'laul Raymond this week I Jacksonville were with her pats I, 4, iI -- SQIIt !
the as
Service position Chairman of the Soul guests of :Mr. and Mrs. Hogan ten days in Chicago, Ill., where ''I'j anelli from Murray State cOIlI'e'I': Mr.: and Mis. Mike Pickering, I icnts. Mr. and Mrs J. :M. Kttwuuls.'on -
Murray Ky. and Cadet .
Smith. The Smiths also had Thanksgiving day.Mr.
as 4-H
Breward Chapter of American Red she is attending the National who moved back to Gainesville f I
Sunday \'Isltors11'5.: E. J. Kuhn Miller from :Marion :Military last week Thanksgiving and Mrs. )oarltJthll'llill !
Mr. Morse Congress. are spending -
Cross in Melbourne. In-I IUIIl 9
:Marion Ala.
and children of Jacksonville.Mr. i j&titute 'I and :Mrs. W. Q. Howling ol Mel .
has taken a civil service job at Members of the Starke Garden: with their parents :Mr. :III1Jll's. J t ti
the Patrick Air Force Base asa and Mrs. Henry Stofanelh Club decorated the tables in the j, Lt. Col.! and :Mrs..1 A. Griffin. I :\ L. N. Pickering and Mr. and bourne. and Mr. and Irs..I A. i ti
maintenance carpenter. and family spent Thanksgiving Klementary: Cafetorium on Wednesday I Mr. and Mrs M. E. Coker of Jack Mrs It. B. Alvarez.Mr. Budd and children of .!ack> mivillr I
sonville. :Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nas- I and Dr. and :Mrs. \\' K.Middlrton .
with ilr. and
Florida State and Mrs. Robert Stefan- for the children's Thanksgiving Mrs W. E. Fancher of f
the
Attending meetin elli and family in Tallahassee.Mr. dinner at noon. worthy. and Mrs. Paul Bridgeswere B.rmmgham Ala. are here fox
Children's Gainesville Commission on Monday were and Mrs. ten: Kowlan} i :Mrs. Louise Moore of Kingsley in the Scrub on Thursdayfor the weekend with his parents I dieton were Thanksgiving dav !
in Dr. Florence visltl'dIr.. and Mrs. Dwight I Lake left :Monday by plane for a picnic dinner and hunting.Mr. Mr. end :Mrs. P. H. Fam-her Sr.. I guests of :Mr. and Mrs. K. 1. II
Mrs E. A. HaH. I
: and Mrs.: L. D Vining are I
Mr. and Mrs. Fancher Jr and Matthews and family.! I,
I Marshall and in New YOlk to visit her son-
lenmngs Mrs. Eustis McKnight, family Apalachicola City I at family reunion !
entertaining a
MTS. Martha Snellins T Mrs. P. J last weekend. in-law and daught..r.11': and 'family of the State Farm joined !! :Mis :M. L. Lciwbjn and i-liildicn I
and haIJS
to Sunday
Wednesday
Quattlebaum. Miss Clara Iranian :I Mr. and :Mrs.: Frazier ShaN :Mrs. Jerry Morgan for two I their guests Mr. and :Mrs W. L. them on Thanksgiving day. ;land Jimmy Lawson spent Satm,0ay II I
Humphries and had as Thanksgiving guests Mr. months. Dr. :M. B. Herlong returned ; and Sunday with :Mr. Law .or
:\11'11.lary Joiner of Griffin Ga.. Mr. and II
Mrs Estelle Long. and Mrs L. L. Conner, Mr. an.l l lMrs. :Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Thomp.vm of :Mrs. Don Joiner and children of home last Friday: from Baptist j who is employed in Atibunuliile'While I
and children :: Ovid Bennett and family. Marathon are guests of :Mr. and Memorial Hospital where he wa '' there they attended I the ?
Mrs S. G. Denmark I. Augusta Mr. and Mrs. Louis ;
are \'Isiting11'. and Mrs.K :Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Johns and Mrs. Herbert Thomas and daughter : Y&ncey of Decatur Ga.. and Mrs. confined the past week. i[ First Baptist Church Home<-oni- ; '
Beai-S: family of Starke Mr. and Mrs Kathleen this week at the Mrs. Mary Edwards of .lacksonjville : ing. :Mr. Lawson was home 1 1m
C Morris at Pompano I JKollis Hope and children of Atlanta. '
to Sunday.Mr. Felix Sapp of Heilbronn. andMr. Thomas camp in the Scrub. i I is spending this week with Thanksgiving with his family
from Wednesday I : and Mrs. A. F. Hardy cl Spending all or pait of this i [ III'1.. B. Herlong and Mr. and :Misses Sara Barafoot and Cut
and! Mrs. E. C. Robert ; Jacksonville. week hunting in the Scrub are j Dave Paulk was in Brcwton. | Mrs. Flank Herlong. ,Dtnn of Jacksonville spent ,ih'

nf Daytona Beach are visitin "Personalize jour Gifts" Quick! the Bill Graham family the Stanley j Ala. the first of the week on | Miss Lillian Stump spent ( weekend withII'. and Mi.s I
Mi and Mis Carl Roberts over ; business as guest of Container Thanksgiving with :Mr. and Mrs
Service Imprinting; liiltlrs, Billfolds Xoe els. the Billy Noegels j Charles Dinkins.
the long wee'Kend.J I !Ccr nration. John W. Griffin in Ochlocknee,
Christmas! Cards, Stationary the Buddy Bishops the Red Alvarez
D. Doyle and Irvin Robhinf 1- At Biflfington's./ family H. A. Bishop Sr.. !! Mrs B. T. Thomas entertained !Ga.I ('.\1:11 or THANKS t r

attended the Florida Associatior I Frazier Shaw spent Tuesdayand Al Hi Unarm, Dewey Williams. ;at a family: dinner party on Sunday I I Cult Distimthe IA'atlU'r1'- 1 Woids can never express I tin j4
Ritualistic Clinic of the Elk;; Wednesday in Fort Pierce Kd: and John Torotlo, the Bill I honoring the birthday anniversaries -i I ressorirs Name in cold PILE: 'jeep appreciation of friend! !n II %

Lodge in Gainesville last Sund'iy I attending the Florida State Cat- I Powells, Bill Epps Ray Stone the I of Mr. Thomas. Mrs. L. 1, At Hulling ton's. lime of need. We wish to Miaul
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Trayhair tleman's convention.Mr. C- F. Batemanr. Jim Brown God IIi. Outlaw and son. Jimmy, who :Mr. and :Mrr. I. H. Gibson and ;'cur many 'friends hI' then K I u.J l
and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sink t ol and Mrs. Joe Arnold anq j win Dr. II. H. Adams and son !!I was one year old whose birthdays I family are spending Friday with :;roes and thou htfulnesh dining
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weekend guests ol 'Tail fall in this month. Out-of- Mr. and :Mrs. C. L Rivera in I
Baldwin were daughter, Jackie are spending! John the Lavern Outlaws the B !lour bereavement. Your expres THANKSGIVING
Mrs. W. B. Mundy and daughter: i i from Wednesday to Sunday with T. Thomases the 11. L. Thomases,, town guests were :Mrs. L. J. Cannon i Ocala and will have a pll'nit11III'h i isions of sympathy were a stun ti
Jean '-II'. and Mrs. Robert Butler in Jim and :Madge Chasteen Carl i I and :'.lrs.\1. :M. Tidwell d'i lat Silver Springs.Mrs. tot i much ronsolation. Mrs. hunt: ;
Miss Gerry Baldwin of Ocalr I Miami. Lamar Johns Carl Johns. Gent'i O'Brien and11'1: H. E. Starling I J. n.I Doyle visited hfi' 'iietzper and daughter. Irene. the time (If \ l'arhl'n we gratefully rememberthe

and Miss Elizabeth Province
Jacksonville are spending Thanks.j in Doctor's Hospital ily. j and Mrs. James L. Chitty I last Friday. \ CAKD OP III \\lvSWe frN'dum.U' share in the .\ml'ri'aniI"' of life .
Diving weekend at the Mundimttage on Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. Pearl Whitnell :and I !and family have moved to their i Mrs. Krnest: Phillip i is spending would like to thank nut the ages of great human aihie ement in which we live

: on Kingsley Lake. : and :Mrs Merrill! Williams daughter. Edwina. of Delam!I ,r.ew home at 134* Blandirg Street Wednesday to Sunday in i I many friends for the bl'alllllll] the trust and l.tmfidl'ncl'Ill hate placed! in .
;M, and Mrs. "'. J. Olive: spent the weekend in Jacksonville are guests of1 r. and Mrs. Merrill ., !while Mr. and11'5.. James 11.I High Punt N. C. with her lath !\'. floral pieces and comforting\ w haunt of Orlando are weeken- with Mrs. J. F. Rogers am' Struth and family over th !Chitty of 428 Madison St. have |Harold Steidley, and family. i I lot sympathy in the (Kissing of oin
of Mr. and Mrs. Charlt'lohns. ; attended! the wedding\ Saturdav weekend.Mr. : moved to the J. L. Chitty house Mr. and Mrs. J. :\Vickers and dear mother. also to Dr. Adam::
quests. I evening of Mrs. \\- lhams' niece and Mrs. W. L. Edward';; at 276 S. :Myrtle Ave. | f.mily v)ent the weekend in Folk- (, who worked so faithfully with! !h!" ; Our best wishes for a happy Thanksgivingand
lK nald Koka, Miss Joan Rogers, to Charle and :Mrs. Leah Bauknight ul! Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Scholl returned -:!ston Ga. with Mr. and Mrs A GiGowen. Mrs. G. F. Adorn
Mrs. >
Reand Crete-hen Hire. Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving:!; I home last Friday from a Mis. L C. l1'l.iii! a happy, prosperous holiday season
and daughter
moor Thanksgiving day with Di Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale attended with Mrs. W. II. struth and Mis-,three; weeks vacation in New Orleans i Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hit<'h III Mr J. L.. H. I F and

pent Brill in Games the banquet last Friday Kate Struth. Mexico City and Acapulco. i Gainesville were Sunday M.sitor.jof .-''I I E C Taylor.I .
T.1. I
anti Mrs night at the George, WashingtonHotel Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh of Lake,. Mexico. Mr. and :Mrs. P. D. Fam-hei Sr I l'

write! Monty am:I in Jacksonville of the land is visiting her sisters. Mrs.1 I Dr. and Mrs. C. K. Hayes and j :Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell spentThanksgiving U..t'uur Propertyith Me. :J BullingtonSTUDIO
Mr and :Mrs. Harry Thanks,. district meeting of the Weihtsand H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. J. E.Putch !children of Madison were visiting i Day with Mr :m'Mrs. :
,I,,, hl"r. Gerry were Measures Association of the this week. They with Mr. Dr. and Mrs. II. II. Adams on James O. Sewell in Jat-k:;im-'i
cousin Is
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BIVIHE! guests o' their 1.1| Dt-pt. of Agriculture 'and :Mrs. Jim Chasteen and fam.1!Sunda '. ; ,
Pete Tulle.Mis.
Mr and Mrs. Giinesville.Mr V.nton St.! lof I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sieffenmn: icy, gent Thanksgiving with Mr.1 i :Miss Gail Duke of FSU attend- J. W. Lee of Atlanta i .I WALL REALTYIiEul1'ItliEl AND GIFT SHOP
and tdiuily in .. Gainesville are spending thn pnd :Mrs. J. R. Chasteen Sr. .tl:: ;ed the BUS Homecoming on Wed- {lure through Christmas visitingher !
:nd Mrs. Steve Simmon long weekend with Mr. and :Mrs. Hall Luke. .neslay, and is spending the week- son :and dau hterinIa11', : ;I : ) BKOKKRP : 101 W. CALL ST. PHONE 26.STARKE. .-)
spent 1< 'iday to V.tesday inDuMam :Merritt Williams in Starke. and! BIllIdtae and Blake ..J.u'ksurhuntmg i In.1'Ith her parents. Mr and and Mrs .1 R. Chasteen Sr .it II| ix 4Gf Phone 487337 -,:
N. Walnut Starki. FLA.
Jollami..1a'k. with Mr and Mrs Frank Lan- ore in Tennessee I tinii:. ;,;; Mis Gli:I n Puke in Fort LamU-i- I !Hall Lake, and \llth11'! : and 'II- .
has: returns drum in KeyMone Heights. ,T..i:".Iay to Sundav) u.ilr Jim rhastoen Ji i if. Stark

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:months:Mr., Mike and Mrs.of Jack Miami Hailc arrivec anpon <: ATTENTION -- FARMERS CATTLEMEN AND GROVE OPERATORS -'-- '_:-' =::' ;

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Wednesday to spend the week. i
fOIl with Mrs. W G. Haile.Mr .
and Mrs. D. S Wescott! ..1 I
Tampa were Tuesaav to Thins
day guests of Mr and11'1;

Charley Jdtms."When BIG
INVENTORY SALE .
you care enough Ii, sem I '

the ma. very'ard.best"- At Hallmark BiillhigtimN.Clirist i i I

Mr and Mrs. S. 0. Denmarl''I
and Mrs. P. S. Denmark seer
the weekend with :Mr. an.' :\11"

City.Mr Joe Thomas and son in Cresrru' 10 DAYS FARM & UTILITY TRACTORS & IMPLEMENTS Starling Toc'ay

and :Mrs. C H. Dittma! Nov. 23rd Thru
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spent and daughter Thanksgiving of Jacksonvill with hei.nents. ONLY IN THE HISTORY OF FARM MACHINERY THERE NEVER HAS BEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS

,,' D ec. 3rd
Mr. a 1111Irs.. FIt I

.;teen!Sheriff and Mrs P D. R''d. _.. \;. .:, :.. _.,-. t.: : ALL NEW EQUIPMENT AT GIVE-AWAY PRICES

ili-h and son John Arthur *ni(
Medford Shealev of the Stan: TRACTORS HARROWS PLOWS MOWERS
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Farm, spent the weekend

f", iat Rev H q Pru! f Y!Ii;r r ('. c Przfl' Keg Pro r Sap, r r Reg Pr e Sale Pare

'he 11111111Rl'ddih weekend from IT is of home F f" Cub Lo.Bay w Fast Hitch . S1277 $$1095 CubF38-4'w 18" Notched .S1 144 TllOCub C193 1-Furrow . . . .S 114 $ 11 Na. 42.C Woods Rotary for Cub S 183 $159

Mr John Sale of Vildoslami Farmall Cub w Fast Hitch A.l.23 6' Mower . S 336 S 249
Jack Sale Mr :lndIrs. of Mr forme!! Cub' and Power lake-Off . SI 322 $1130 C-21P Mower . . . . .s 332 S 222
are guests 1 1-F-38 Single I Cut t Disk C295-A 2f urr ow . . . .S$ 258 $ 115
and Mrs Guy Sale from Wednesday Farman Cub w Power Take-Off $1245 $1015 M.5 Lift Type Woods Rotary S 454 S 390
18" Notched . . . S 233 S 175 Disk 3-Furrow
4.40 S 532 $
to Friday. . . . 39042
f .2 Woods for Cub 220
arm Fast t Hitch Power Rotary .S 256 S
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Jack: Abel of'entnt'r. _- 3Ke.Oft& McAdams 6'Lift Type. . . $378 $ 255 No. 8 Little Genius 3-furrow .S 298 5199 : : : : :
has returned to Starke to spenij Seed Plate t Drive S1972 $$1685 L-22 5' Mower for Cub . .S $110

the winter Wed e =n Farman '200 w 'Fast Hitch and C-36A Tandem 6' w Cutout Front $ 270 S 185 No. 8 little Genius 2-Furrow .S 280 $ 189 105.HD Mott Hammer Knife .S 548 S 469ib0 .

nesdav Mrs. Bertha and Thursday Pearce spent with hei Power Take-Off . $2149$ $$1195 Athens Series F Tandem . .$ 563 S 379 UF 30-3-14 Plow . . .S 432 S 318 Cub 22 5' Mower . . . .! 160 $118

daughter.Jacksonville.Mrs. ).IrsIary Lane ir Farmall 200 w Fast Hitch, Power C-38 6'7" Lift Type Single Cut FH Cub 194 Moldboard . . .s 88 S 65 PLANTERS

spending! Take-Off and Deluxe Seat $$2168 $1199 20" Notched . . . .S 268 $199 1
Annie Kelly is Formofl too I Cub 153 Disc . . . .S 115 $ 85

Tuesday, D. C.to with Sunday Misses in Washington. Emilen*'' Farmall 300 with Fast Hitch, IDA 5'w '18" Notched Front .$ 330 S 225 1-F 200 Disc . . ., .$ 351 $ 258 Cub 174 IHopper . . .S 134 S 99

and Loretta Kelly.Mr. Torque Amplifier, Power 10AF5'18" . . . . .$ 166 $112 Cub 151 Disc . . . .$ 220 $165 lA 1 180 w, Hoppers . . .S S 157 S 105

family. and of Jacksonville Mr Joe Martinez spent anil th(' is s\e Take-Off and Distillate Attachment F-36 5'2" w. '18" Cut Out Disk, Cub 1931-Furrow . . . .$ 84 S 61 HM278 . . . . . .S 241 $185

weekend with11'. and Mrs . . . . $$3622 $$2975 lift Type Tandem..s$$262 S$195 Cub F-1941-Furrow .. . . .S 88 $ 65
Martinez, Sr.Ir. an.lIrs International 300 Utility w Deluxe \ SPREADERS
10A IT'w/18" Plain Disk Tandem 1-M941-Furrow .S 105 $ 11
Thanksnivins; .. . ... .

with:Martinez the junior Sr. spent Martinez family fartncn 200 Seat and Rear Weights $2588 $$2225 . . . . .$ 352 $ 235 A-1931-Furrow . . . .S 128 S 95 Ezee flow No. 88-8' S 311 S 269
International 300 "
in Jacksonville.Mr. and Utility w'' Fast 34-36 8'5" Tandem w/20" Cut A-12D 3-Furrow . . .. .$ 243 $165 200T Manure S 515 S 319
and Mrs. A. J Corey Spreader . .
t Hitch Deluxe
weekend G Seat and Front Out Front Plain Rear $ 434 $$290 1.151 Plow w/Stand S 275 S 205
family of Lake City were . . . .
guests of. Mr. and Mrs T PTO Pulley . . . $2704$ $$2310 Uf36 18'5" w/18" Cut Out Front Hester 2 Disc Plow for Super C S 282 S 189 MISCELLANEOUS t

I. Mersereau.Mrs.. A. F. Sauls is spending Plain Rear . . .S 462 $ 339 AY-1931-Furrow .. . . ., .$ 128 $ 88
weekend with FERTILIZERS 4E H ammerml.11 . . .. .S 136 S 99
the Thankgiving Farmteeand Offset Harrow $ 414 $ 215 1-26912" Plow $ 213 $ 159
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her son-in-law and J.lUjhtl'r.lr.. UF-386T w/20" Cut Disk .S 268 $19819BFM No. 12 Rotary Weeder .. "'.',.5 46 S 31
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and Mrs. E. P Renner. fcrletu 300 Cub-101 Fert. Unit .. .. ,. S 67 S 49 MULCHERS Perry Rotocycle . . .S 535 S 315
170
,5 232 $
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villeMrs.. J B. Sapp and Mrs W P A-101 Fert Unit! . .. ..s 67 S 49 Stockland Hydrobfade . .. .5189 S 129

day B Mtin.lv with Mr.spent an,1lrs Thanksgiving. Flein: A-100 Ferl Unit! . . . .$ 41 S 30 LOADERS No. 1 Weeder, Mulcher 12' w/ No. 110 Century Sprayer :_. t .S 182 S 150

Hiers at Mershon. Ga. A-44C Fert Unit ., ,. . .$ 41 S 30 Cultivator Attachment . .S$$177No. S 139 Rake: Ford-Mac Dump .. ., S 120 S 98

Mr and Mrs. M. M. Smith :W j i' C-53-C FerL Unit .. .. $ 88 $ 65 Wagner UM 4.100 FWA3 $744 S 629 2 Weeder Mulcher .S 36 S 28 162
family spent Thanksgiving w 'Ilh \ ., . . .. Economy Duster . .' ....-U-hS 206 $

Mr. and Mrs. P U Titman !n t ;, Cu-53-A Fert Unit ., ... .$ 37 $ 28 U34 Power loader . . .S$ 680 $498 No. 3 Weeder Mulcher :?.,,. "$ 40 $ 31 No. 52C Sunflower Mower -.S 328 S 251

Dade City.m.lIrs.. George BoUl.-r No. 6 8'Fert Distributor .. .$ 314.oiL $ 259 Wagner WF 3-1-1300 . . $1003 S 859 No. 6 Weeder Mulcher :. .$ 47 $ 31 AND MANY, MANY MORE
Mr : Formal! 400
and daughter: of T.illahassewere
Thanksgiving: RueM" of V-
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lill,1] Mrs. X1.. Smith and fan ";
Home for the long wo,>k' "
f-ims'-f-:' "
wIth their respective
I_-i mar Shaw. Billy H:\r.hmmv 'It;:'
Hnzen. BU-'K (G'i! ,1It.b..rt
Kelly from S<"n'h! G-


College.MSct" J II. Ja.; ksin'f .' r I I

1'1:1 rine Corps reoc.1': ; !

fumed front duty in the F' '

East: is spendinc! this \\ft-K.111' .>. "'

I', :\ iepor and .s Mr.for M.furtht-H. Rht'pnii.lHe .,lutvil! l j, ; 15043 W. BEAUER ST. 5eaWefLO St. at lEdlgewood JACKS381JILLL FLA.'

the :Marine oil' < "t: on ::1

Miami on Fsidav: : ,, ,,,,. .,. ..
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f vvttnvvvytnrvvy1LAYTEY 1 ton Green James Waters. II. C tended services at the First Baptist II \'isitmg11'5.. James Thomas i- '0'1'11: 1'01'1'1----: \It- "-':'.'. .:-' -"

Kelly: Hubert Priest, Ed Duiban Church in the evening They Jacksonville on Sunday In Inuit Court, llrndfurd County I': 1.,1. once each week for four cnnserntlve j I I"I'I'ks
Tliirliln In You are hereby nutlfa .tat a Bradford County Telegraph I
\ H Waimuight.. and Miss Enza have come to Florida to spew Mi. and Mrs. I'aui Dmkins oSt. .. ('haneery. suit for tl\t> and die the original in the office cf in the
I I':' 1'.01. -''\1. I":., iW .:f % I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .
ULmchaul the winter months and are locatedat Augustine were weekend .tdt! I h.t' /i. i i' ,.. |I'. .. .! ,I.11. has been filed against' you In the nft'trf theott.ii.e ; : : ,: t i i"I
.. above named Court and cause' and 1 ij
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Mrs. Mrs. K .. Elliott and Heilbronn Springs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cat | \ ; : '
Ky Juke T. Fut hw.wuw.wyu.w I daughter :\.. To .(pprnr you are reqmred to Hne a copy of .
I ot Jacksonville The Edwin Starlings moved into ter. your an w"r..r pv! .id.rp r" +h.rcntplamt n... a.:Hgf.s ,.f faldi j I '..\1.-1. \1.1 l'hartn.l..Jr >y i
were ,
weekenjinests T" ,
I .- Il'i' KHi r .in t'r riilntlffi! '" 'i..t. i v\t.. be tak- .8. r'ess.d i f the ',riult Co'.rt.U "
A of Mr. and Mrs. toy South-1 I < their lovely new home on th Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley /L-I. : .'!I Ii . \ \ t..\1Tt \L.' .." U &i'' -by. llo.vulY i lerk 1

lame IK-monstratiun (lull) 1 eiland. They all attended church Kaiford road last week.Mr. and family of (fCmgsley Lake were '. V v e -!...., t e ptnee \ I 7 I

Mr.s K .I Wheelan entertained and the dinner at the tent or and Mrs. M. C. M.'Ateei Saturday dinner guests of Mr '

till Home Demon.sti ttion Club at Sunday.Mr and family of Virginia Beach Va and :Mis: J. E. Warren.D. :

her :flute Wednesday afternoon I and Mrs. Freeman Starhnj j I are here for a visit with Mrs. Me- B. Thomas and Diana amt I New Force 57 Chevrolet Trucks j

N.<>\ !J"I; 'ufiKfi.s for the coming I I and sons were visiting in I.akt Ateer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N Donald Thomas visited Mrs. Salli- I Task- i

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'. :ue> elected" as follows! : City on Sunday.Key. P. links. Mrs. Hick suffered :I.. Green and Mr.\ and Mrs. Jame-

President!. Mis 1>. L. Dmkins WreeI i I and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson slight stroke on Friday but i is Melton in Macelenny on Wednesday They "flattened" Yukon mountainswith
V'i'e: President Mrs E. J.
and children were in Brooker on recovering nicely.Mr. evening.Mr. the most modern truck VS's of all
Km Mrs.
Sinotary. A. H. liar-
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Saturday, and Mr. and Mrs. N and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs had and Mrs. Ed Carter and .
!. Si Treasurer Mrs. H. C
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C. Mott tetuined home with them as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs son, Randy, spent Friday in Jacksonville ,,:;", ...... .
\Y.unwiight Membership Chairman I Jacksonville r 1 ,. \
for a visit. Casey Dobbs and family of with Mrs. Robert Myersand ;::
Mrs Sinclair Griffis Foot ; Q '& \"f'4
; Fred Mickey, Charles am"Henee and Mr. and Mis. Robert daughter.Mr. ,.,",' 'i.. ,. '. e', ,.,.
Chairman, Mrs Effie Miner. $;" : .: ,;t ; r '''':.::'i4 ,
Ward of Slaike. 'x ., $ ,;: Y". """ ,. .
visited J. H. Moonin \ "' .
Moore '
.v.JP < .
and Mrs. Bud j1t "
Kirkland o A t C '
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I < OS.\ o. ;
Plans were made for the annual < .;; : ,' (" :: .
Gainesville on Sunday after Mr. and Mrs. Glenn! Williamsonand Gainesville visited the Arvis Kirk ;tf. _.0:" :: ,;.. .. : i }", i"' .. .ii *. ,
Christmas Mrs. Wheelan .. .- "" << ..
party. .,, "X. '. .. :If, .
of Jacksonville were I $
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noon. son lands last .
Sunday.Mr. .
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ervcd cherry cobbler and coffee family and of Mrs. Ben j : "" !W'" ."...., >. .1 ".
The O. J. Phillips weekend guests Troy ., <,I' '..r' r :>i %< -" w. .'
Mr and Mrs. Eddie Hilliard '
weekend of family of Holly Hill spent the ."" .. ',..,'
were guests : ..
a birthday supper fo- Mr. and Mrs. O C. McSlephcn- weekend with Mr. and :Mrs.: JeffPievatt : > lJt: : : : .-

the O J. Phillips family. Miss Debbie Phillips at MaxvilU son and M.-. and Mrs. Johnny Jr., and Mrs. Pearl Star '..:'.:'''',' .

Mi and Mrs Bobby Mortis were last Saturday evening. Ciews of Jacksonville! spent Sunday

shopping in Jacksonville: last Saturday Misses Shirley Mitchell and \\'ith11'. and Mrs. Guy Futch ling.Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond WilUam-: I .

Geneva Green attended services aLong I'Y.II.t.. .
of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs w
Miss Elizateth 'ferry spent Branch on Sunday.Mr. The Patent-Teacher Associatior
Fay Durban were fishing ir
1 l-ndav night and Saturday will! and Mis. James Anders of met Tuesday evening in the schoo Lake last
Kingsley Saturday eve
her sister Mrs. C. E. Strickland palatka were Saturday dinner I library with IS members presentThe
ning.
n Gainesville.Mrs guests of the O. J. Anders familyMr. treasurer, Miss Dorothy rMrt/
The J. D. Clarke family am'Mrs.
Lula Doiity and son attended and Mrs. J. C. Pringle and Swanbom, reported" that the
Perry Xewsome of Etarkr
a family reunion at her" family of Satsuma visited Mrs. Halloween Carnival was a financial -
I visited Mr. Newsome in Alachu
former home at Jacksonville! Prin le's mother Mrs. Dorothy success.H. .
General Hospital Gainesville, or ..e: 'd
Heath List Sunday. Griff. recently. B. Ingram. principal, {-poke; on
Sunday.
;tort: Shower Raymond Prevail of Jacksonville I the need for moral and spiritun Rev Milton Dukes of Chatles 1 cab e

Mrs. Sam Ilifk was a Sunday dinner guestof values teing: taught in the schools '. '..
The home of I '
ton. S. C. was calling on 01< .
Mr. and Mrs Carl Prevail. I! and the teacher shortage whir! "" + ?
]ovel on I
for
was the setting a } friends in the Heilbronn district Rated G.\".\\'. of these :
and Jamer paloadearn hea\\\N: ;;htt got.; ill the: ".I> up to 3'rH11 la'und
stork shower honoring Mrs TIt Mrs. Doyle Eubanks I exists in our State. last weekend.

Casey Jr. last Friday evening ('. Smith teachers in the La\\ley ::\11'. and Mrs Joseph Starlinr who has beer I
Kenneth
Starling
several Jr. High School: were absent Friday New V8-powered Chevrolet trucks, heavily loaded, Six i new Task-Force huskies made the run. And six ultramodern -
After playing gameyand and daughter had as Sunday
employed in Texas visiting his
made of the world's toughest roads look in a
I one easy
the opening of gifts Mrs! on account of illness. 11'StSIr.. and Mrs. Charles Star grandmother Mrs. Xettie Starling Chc\y engines proved their power and perform-
lc 1 straight-through test run, they rolled over the famous
Hicks, assisted by Mrs. O. J The community was shocked ling and daughter of Highlandand : Mrs :Martha: Bales attended 'IBPW ance-with gas mileage up to 18.17 miles per gallon! Two
ALCAN Highway to Alaska-in less than 45 hours
of the of H. W. Mos-
am' hear passing
Anders. Mrs. Troy Hennett last afternoon James Starling of Starke Club meeting in Lake Cit (normally a 72-hour run). Here's proof-in-action of of the engines were not !stopped once, and they hummed
served cleli- ley Sr. Saturday '
Mr. O J. Phillips Mrs. James Starling is a patient!
and pond Deepest sympathy is extended" tf on Sunday. power that'll handle your tou;;'-c-i jobs-and keep along at peak efficiency the entire 1.520 miles!
ionS home made cake in Doctors Hospital in Starke :Mrs.: Douglas Jones and Mrs

to the following guests: Mesduim Mrs. :Mosley.: :Mr.: and Mrs.' Jack but expects to return home soon j( Carl Carter attended the openinr coming back for more! Chevy's VS's-including the new 283cuin. Super

F.ffie Mmei. Glenn Khn I Reynolds, and Mr and :Mrs: HV MrsLouie Belle hauled
"- Wamwrighl | of Cedar Hills Shopping Center Taskmaster-turned in top performance jobs. They

fni.i$ Fiv Durban, Mae Vlls \ Moslev 11ri.v and daughters of Jacksonville! t ,
I in Jacksonville! on Thursday. r t\pical loads up and down towering grades and through
ltfddi-li of :Pod! MIS t ;i. E ('III shoo -
I I.r I' ut 'h. DnM i spent the weekend with the Luther -I Mr and :Mrs.! Howard Normar
washouts that suc.edheel.\ into mud.
hub-deep They
1.,1111'1: [if ( 'itiviivilliT.nn meted' :Mrs
s1 1.HIi' FIt'111'' "'' : HilliaidsMis and daughter were Sunday dinner I w .a
I.- A r''hui IV.ti.'i iJ( < ..11 K'.. !!lIh> I K \\ \f"sO'IIII") Mi :\t,1I'I't: r g roared on through miles of heavy dust r-e
Freeman Starling and sons guests of11'. and Mrs. Carlo
.. \lii 4ut '" l'rt". e n .1. Mind.,' ifti'in. i Hi end! .tt t ::- i few hundred //4\I1)
Hill narrowed
"c that to
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: L H '|>t'nt last week in Baldwin with Rosier in I' irord.I visibility a

_!\- Mi' and( Mis. Willis Starling. Mrutd Pat Sapp. who broke her lei i tk feet. And in spite of the varying
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I Mi< Buddy Starling return, I I while pla'ingsoft ball, had tin i K4t altitudes and temperatures, not a single Akan run

i'd l wi'h them and are slaying atI cast removed last week. I d
I tnKa\ forced to drop out or turnlIpt'n'i ,
the H C. Harley home. I J. B. Teston is visiting his son '!The J.imes Waters I 1 ba\.k't !' Stop b> :and /ce them soon! by the AAA.
I family, the I in-law and daughter, Mr. am' I ;: .,.

i I Uai.nl: : Eunice family, Mr. amM' Mrs E. J T\ner.. in Sanford amt ': .

1, : Rilph Wise and sons am I Mrs Carl 'I'eavv and Mr Gara I \\hate\er: : >our job: there's .in :\IL.tn-prtt.'J hc\rnlit t l.tsk-\ Proved on the Alcan Highway

D :M .tut Mrs Mitchell Brown an"i IPorman in Ocoee.PINE Force truck read. njht now to viw >ou t.me .mil ui'iie, c'harrps of every weight class !
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I ,, i njoved a picnic lunch a1 I I I .

( lusi-o State Park last Sundav .......,..,......." ,.,. :
Mi'; Luvinia Waldron return I Only, .f faW'//"CI' 1 Cherruh'h 1 / ' J l'fiJM' F (I'r './,' ,'.1'' //flfllflUS./ t Ira 1 leiiark

I t t.. her home in Lake City last! LEVEL
,
!Sunday' after spending some time

t v 1 uith her son. Robert and family CHEVRoLET
liy ;\11 II. II. :M.Hev :\h'af'444444A444AAAAA4AA444444 I BAILIFF COMPANY
Mis A. E. Phelps of Jackson- I

villc is \'islting1 r. and Mrs nIt


ii Mr.Stone.and Mrs. Marion Tucker o f.1 \\'. E Hall filled his rcg t \Vest an st; Star Ke. Florida Phone IIII

i 80.00 Jal'ksonnlle'ere Sunday guest! I I ular appointment at Pine Level

of the Dave Tanners.Mr. I Baptist:: Church last Sunday witha I

andIrs.I Sinclair Giiffii: I large attendance and many I -

1: entertained a few friends with <', i I \isitois.

big 15 cu. birthday dinner honoring Funeral services were conducted
on Sunday
i RILE Y MY BOY 3
ft. upright their daughter, Jeanette. last Sunday afternoon at the

-"f Mr and Mrs. G. F. church for :Mis.! Virginia Souther-
Thompsoiof

.t ,,. -L freezer Ocala spent the weekend will) land wife of David Southerland I HOW DO YOU GET SO MUCH i

the formerly of Lake Butler who
R. C. Bryants. .
e tite-seol con died in Mexico hospitallast i GO I YOUR DOUGH ':-. .. ""',
Miss Charlotte Tanner of Jacksonville a New FOR ... .::: :..
struction guards peak of flavor. Friday morning. Mrs. South- I ._
Model! YVP-15 spent the weekend wither h yIN -" .
before her marriage was ? .". ... .. ;
big convenience features. parents. :Mr.: and Mrs. LuelU erland. YOUR CAR ,. .. :>
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But
of Lake
Miss Virginia Smith 'X <
I Tanner She with her sisterGwen '.
complete warranty coverage. enjoyed a trip to Lake City. ler. She is survived by her husband i THAT CLEAN-BURNING ;d

I on Sunday. and three children and her \, ,:.> ,

I Harold Starling and Stev mother. Our deepest sympathy NO-NOX, FRIEND. YOU KNOW t; :

w Ltiitpoot FREEZER I Stalling Jr. of Cocoa spent the goes out to every one. Burial way t -1.:;

weekend with their respective in the Dyal Cemetery.We '9 GULF TAKES OUT THE GOO ,,;

to report the sud-
.are sorry
Come to our big Summer Freezer Carnival You t mulie.s.IVIIimship. illness of H. H Lewis last :
Luncheon l.-n I : : AND GIVES YOU MORE GO
this 1956 15 ft. L
can buy new RCA WHIRLPOOL Cu. : Sunday afternoon. I
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i Mis Milo Smith entertained r ." .
freezer for less than ever before. Top :Mrs.! Vara Mitchell left Wednesday 'J '. ,. __
upright I number of close friends of her N ... : r ...,

quality finest construction 5-J'ear freezing : p.tstoi's: wife Mrs. EdsarVilkin; of last week for Rome, Ga ---'tr-:..'" > ':" 7
miss her .
to visit her children. We I .. ..
free food spoilage warranty I son. with a lovely covered dish '
system warranty 3-year luncheon at her home on Tuesday so much and are glad; to know i ILL BUY THAT.: THE

and nun) many other outstanding features. that she will be back with us after -
Sime tin- Wilkinsons are expect

ill;; I the stork in the near future Christmas. CLEANER( YOUR ENGINE,
HURRY QUANTITY LIMITED! tiit- ladies presented her with P Mr and :Mrs.! Gene Petcher of .

hca:nit if nl\ nylon bed jacket. Those Jacksonville visited the H. MMtRaea THE MORE POWER F FOR x < ,,. <
NOW ONLY s 319.95 wrscntfie Mesdauies Trumar.iimn :! Wednesday of last week i iI %
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and :Mrs.! O. R. Alvare
Mr.
:\.. Willie Dobbs. Mary Jan' visitors 'I i YOUR DOUGHY
and children were recent
I I1:, dIt-1t 1 Sam Hicks O J. Anders I

I. .1 MI n'HP. Ed Carter Freemar of Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alaiez i J <'i:" >. ( ..,:,..
of Orlando. @i-m.. :W 1aL
-- M', '1: mid\ children. \ ,. i. / :

T i. i. P. Rafuse family had a. 1 Mr and Mrs. Ethel Goodmar .. ,..:.... .,,v ", .v .:..,..."'" .....'. '. .. _',,,,,,,,,I w<<,.;..,, .... .. .v .
returned home Sunday after a .
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,i. .Ii.1 gl1l'stsIrs.. Audrey Ben- .,. ,.. y >. ,
visit with relatives in Savannah V i 1.'i .i.lJii..._ (I' : ') ,'J )%W' ; .t
or> d I Mrs Bertha Sturkey oi I /k ; ,
IF, Ga. .. .
::\Ir"II' ,.
IIIII "
III 'K U' >-I 1:iand on Sunday
When the H. M. McRaes returned : ,.:' ( .
visitei''n .
/ t \1-: I O. Raulerson I '., ,#
i home from church last Sunday :.:

'I', ,I.I 1 Mrs. Waller Whilfelti they were surprised to see sr-I ) ,:/ ,.. .

I I'( ".. visited Mr and Mrs many cars parked in front .. > :

I,. I Ha; '' \\ ilkersononSunday.I'm their home The unexpected guests I ....:.,. ::

I I allende1 had come to help Mr. McRae celebrate i .
I' L"'nnard Prevails tdc.
I II' 1 his 8.jth; birthday anni\'er'l .. .
1I i :1" ', os ,it Oak Grove Church or -
I The visitors! were Mrs. A .
sarv.
I Sandal : d R t. /
and family. Mrs. Marir .
F. Hall
: and
Mi mil Mrs. Mack Tanner <

I : Turn.' and Randy Starling spenT Proffitt and son, all of Jacksonville I h .. N / .
and Mrs Robert Taylor Y
Mr.
am"Mis '
: Suiuia\: Maxville with Mr

anti children of Olustee. Mr. and .. "" :'
L J. Padgett.The /
_u. i Theodore Crews family! Mrs R. M. McRae. Mr. and IrsRobert <_ .' '-" .-. ,, ; \ L

:! and children. Mrs :.
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I were :Sunday guests of the Mark:: Myiick #"' *. '. ,, .
RCA Victor Adoir.Budget priced TV families Sue ::\1 Tirk. :'olrs.Iargie Underhill ( .' '
1\\UH and J T. Padgett a ..
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and Mr and Mrs. V. E ."I... .m.
with sensational new "Living Image"picture. t Clay Hill! >>-""'" ,..-' d. ".:'
4': an" /..:- ,
Starke Rev.
all of
Thornton
Full 261 sq. in, of viewablearea. I Mis. Helen Warren returnee' .. ,,,
Mrs W. F. Hall, and Mrs. J. W .u.'t
v.
"High-Sharp-and-Easy" tuning : last week from Atlanta where Jt#'" %. .
1l.. controls located high on the side of the i she had visited her brother, Hil- McRae ana son. James. Afternoon :;;"
Rev. and Mrs 0
f- cabinet let you tune standing up I burn Waldron. and family. visitors were
i J. Raulerson, and Mrs. Winnie *
gives you needle-sharp! tuning accuracy. i' Herman Pringle was !In r Wood of Jacksonville.. and ;r

Balanced Fidelity Sound. Three rich wreck" in Jacksonville last Friday w
I Mrs. A. R McRae and son. BuddyWe y
finishes: ebony finish; marccn or limed : I ht11' and Mrs D. J. Wilker "' a n
Mr. Me
to that
.d 2IT.tl: oak grained finishes CX.-?. Model ;:.m and Gloria Anderson visitee' are glad say I
Rae is much improved after a recent II
: him at St Vincent's Hospital or I
able to attend
illness and was ,
Sttur.laThe: extent of his inpines '
X199.95TV i church at the morning and
hid: not been determinerat I
I'vt'ningsen'ict's..
I
that time.

Mr and Mrs. Sam Holcombei MIIH I": '10 IIIIHII" <<
Prfipfal1 \\ill be r"ced I.vth
I i if .Tuksonville were Stuu \
.- :.ret; of the Colonel Xasworthj 7 P M eK.iMern: Standard Time) -<- -
ServiceAll family. rn ft l' mh"r 4. 1'ifi.! for the furni'hnR -
I i of 1000 gallon pumper and '
I Mrs 1C.. Johns and Ronak' alternate ron 7"0; gallon pumper '
for the City of Starke lifted and
KIlIh1t'Isited!' Mr. and Mrs -
sonhed in these specifications. Get
: rinfoid Johns in Jacksonville oSuntLir r Rarh hid shall he submitted in du- clean-burning
pluate and shall he addrf-sed to
,I : Carl Johne ity Clerk. City of
lti. Row"ell Prevail family attended Starke Florida marked "FtTl-
Work Guaranteed Free
-- Estimates :Mrs.: Virginia Souther \-lSHl.\-0 OF loon eiATJXW PCMPFR GULF
NOnNOX
AND AV ALTERNATE1 BIP
Fully Equipped ... DependableAll land's funeral at Pine Levc' OX TJfl) GALLON' PUMPER"; and
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church delivered through the mail .r nth- .
Makes and Models Sunday afternoon. eri e, to the office of the City *See William BenJn
Mr and ilrs. Emory Duncan I.rk. City Hall. lot
of
in The Life RilryContult
I and! .s.m of Tallahassee are visit All proposals shall he bated on total \ the "highvalue"gasoline
I .1 Pint of delivery! of equipmentat lutingi .
.!IMis Duncan's parents Mr the City of Starke. Florida. for time enJ,h lIltlol. '": ,

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD I and: Mrs Frank Cruce. wane Thtif informal"' r"'forthf""? '. r's-vt+ I: to to


TV -- Radio Seat Covers Uphol-tering ;, CVn-u:\r'tnd Hill! and Mrs.Mr.Borden and Mrs.Seley N'icVT1 of reject part,. an'v w P a tine.Min

and r fr accept The hid' that inMiici.r F F. REGISTER & S SON
Phone 239 Starke, Fla. I '' ;'. i- of Stirke, were Sundai I .. !. ,. .' w 'I! 1.- f"r ,.- ',,-'r DISTRIBUTORS
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i. .- h t' ::1l Unit1: i n.-etin:: '." : : : i 1 i i I" 'r. !.l j as; Ir.: -t > .: In theI I : ot te
I ivv !joyed hearing a little .." >- ; ( .) ," ,i. ": ."note t. irne.l C.-.trt ..:.,1 ,'.1\-.. arid I I'J the i :.. i..MI. h.- .. r.' r .it- FREE ESTIMATES -
sufficient. iou are required to serve a copy of I t rney. and any such ta1'v: ..r d",
ifviiit' each meeting. You wit your answer or pleading to the .
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OFFICIAL. SEAL mand nut so filed shallCSifrnnl J ie \ .J.
r r } 'tl.I\[, !hearing more. Keep the< { Charlfi A. Darby, (''''rk. complaint' .n the Plaintiff's i Ta).-Ltn! Coi.nrrA : W. L. THIGPEN JR.
,it'\I: M.I.an; I.. cio-l.j IK !putv !I'1,.tk .\Attorney. c. Baldwin. !'. O. Bui :iii.ni.trator '.1 ; I 1. I:" t,.
J ',.gn- of Dec. 7; open. I 11. '.- It 11 ::U 10(. (liaincsvIIM Florida of i: i:. rri,> d".I."j, ,
I-atest Report| and file the original In the officeof .'.I- I" .!,:, ..t."I. ,.., 1', .' Phone 207-J Starke. Fla.
r.eo. T. MugginsCounty ; the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 11 2It 11 23In :
By Mrs. Tully Norman came in las''' NOIII iin \rri.\n I or bef.it. the :3 il.iy ..f lit.ember.: Route 2, Box 213:;-D
In ( Iri-u'l' fiiurt. llr.iilfunl
County.1'lorida
Agentplant week for some more Warfarin 1956: otherwise the allegations of '
: In ( hnncrrv.,1ntli.i 1 lir Court Of 'I lir f uuel..ludee.
.. said Complaint will be taken as llra.llonl ... .
Nothing has ever done the job [ I. >;> l'Itrifr: vs.I1'an. confessed I .nO. I'lori.la.
i I ;?: > i u, 1',-: 'iil.ui'" by you. I Ill ITi.li.ltr.IN .
>( ant Grinding; Time I an ornamental, then go tc like Warfarin rat bait if there an 1".1:1:;... Insit''Mier This notice shall be publishedonce 1:1: : IT.TI'F:: : !
each week for four consecutive I r.
tinCoun- the gulden store or nursery and rats in the smoke house or corn To Apprar weeks in the Bradford County Tele \iv.\: i: :M.\iTixi\r.: I: I'i iIl.lte .J!
HbinU
A 1rod. 1" 1'i "h" t.id ".
i. riceand I .I| Death! S- ,ptellli.t: I :I'- 1
I Canertes select one. You will find that crib. according; to Mrs. Norman ad.lre-s "t',.hn" graph. '
J" -.H Will! see Sugar : ".ail. MIIK i: or 1'111" riiin\ ron
Dated this 26 daof October.
11'[ ai-iunct the ole cane null I your planning will te; more satisfactory Come to see us for help wit( '!You for are divorce hereby notified that a suit! 1'IaA.tOtfkial.. I ri11.. ni*( n tiii.i: or { See BILLY JACKSONFOR
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ot wwxl the if youelect a plant for a j your rat problem. We know \vi has been filed against in the Seal) Charles A. Darby To All \\
At pile near syrup Ii {1 you Clerk of the Circuit Court I: hour It May Con t-rt.: : II i
Kettx means that the sweet particular .spot in the yard justas I can help vou. When we help yot above named Court and cause and I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i I .Not; i. ih.. "i. by gl\t'lIlh..1 1 hIIf11o.1 : \ '"
mak< 'you are required to serve a copy of 11 : H n 9:::: I n.y final: r.turlla' .ldlll.II"1: j
-ii klime is heie. you select a piece of furniture" I kill rats. we are helping you your anower..r pleading to they I I strator' .,f the e-tate nf Neva U.c c: FILL DIRT
Many fnendships are lenewedime for the house. I I I money.I : "-',!'.I"lIn': on the Plaintiffs AttoneyI I In 'I he f ..tll.l, .h..I:..'* Court .Marlnie.iii.[ :' dm. -ed. that I ha\e | TOP SOIL, DISKING
i Julian \\.a..II. I'OO Smith F.ldg.: 1"1 tn. .. .
I I \iiil I'or Itrailloril I otinl* my iietit'i.n" for fu. : di* Large, ,
Wi-i-k I I Ii '
01 swapping experiences National Farm-City .L nkrornillc :. 1'Ioiula.. In Pruliatr.In :held that I ** .I!II! apply: t" tne lionoiabli '
i and file the original In the office I IJ And All Type Tractor ork
Eisenhower has issued Th.ioii \ )
President J > The KM.ite .f J".h ]:echo.Ii .111. County'
aii-hing up on all the community 1'0brook 1 'I.L LOPE the .lew Ester: r
I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .
Hat| 1'rcased.ullll I .ludg. ot ii.nlt..i-d: ( Count Fbad.tI, : : I
gossip are among the things that a proclamation designatingNov. | piirse-si/e! fountain pens i iiJ .' or b. for.. the :: -day of December. : 10 I Hltlll: I OK* i.n.. Ii. c :.. l l'-..,. for ..ppi.\... ... tin '
take place at the cane grinding. 16-22 as Farm-City week slKiJ.'s.Oiily $2.i8 at liraf ,,1345; otherwise the allegations of I All creditors of the estate of.I..h I same and J'", tin: .1 i "II.", .;, ...,v :i"). PHONE 165
J pastel said Complaint will be taken as Imllll'lrat"r t ..1. tlo -.1" N1B ..
la e11. Jr. deceased.
.. Cane mdmg is not a seasonal Perhaps you have heard over the ford County Telegraph. I I confessed by you. I and are to < :. Mainiu: .111. d... c'd!

<'um lion for the folks living in I radio, seen on television or read l i 1( This notice week for shall four t>e con'ecuth'eweeks ...uhllsh..dlonl't'ea'h II Pie hereby; :..11dailll notitieil or d..mllldhkh inquired| said s H W.:.. s'r.t..r Si aw., :.,.t rs.Ailm. .rl!,- ] i W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER

Southern of Lousiana in the newspapers something! In the Bradford County Tele- Iliey may h.Iagam"l e- deceased..
me part i !\O'rU i: TO AIM'KUt I tate in the office" of ihe I'""111\ NM\.I 1: ;M.utiie.i'i.
and for over, 100) miles west ofKew about this special recognition.It In (Ir.-iil ('Court Bradford fuuntr I|I graph.hated tl.iK; d.iv of O"'I.\.r,1\ I Judge of Bradford ,'..unl\'. Floi- 11.' It I !
has been the hope of the, riiiritl.i; In riinurrrr.illi.ini 1S36.' ;; ida. in the Courthouse. .1' St.nk.
Orleans. While on our rec -
\\ t< Si.nlint' ri.nsiiiff. A Official !Seal' ) Charles A. Darby I Florida. within eight: .. ..r I i.Ui:
.ni : as we approached the sponsoring agencies, and Individ 'Iii'itiihy Ann S'.tiliiiK, !" feniliiitj I! month.from the date .I." '
trip Clerk of the Circuit Court
have developed I't..'..-- N". l"-t'.i: VJNutlrr i iI publication ..f this II": n ." I K: < '. "HANDY
rowin' I stopped at uals that there might j I I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk .
area
i -tin- ..
: Tu Appear !, claim or demand. II.II-T[ f fIIIR I. '
sa.- station in a little town a little closer! feeling and, t Tel 1'omthy Ann Snu liug. whosi 11H 11.3 and must Mat-t ,1. t' BOT T LED GAS SERVIC S E I
U 1':111! .,
'iDout like r.ifx.ker and ask about appreciation foi the dependenrl'of 1. i""I1" and address : dega ;''In I irruil'our., llrailforf li.iiiilj, resident e and p.-t-"f- .j.jIOf FLAME"
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\la loa 11I3 the claimant and !niu.i: ne
ti'.v 111.1.11acres of cane giwHciund one group on the other. You are hereby notified that isuit I I! I'loritla; In ('haucrr;. sworn to ,l.y tin-. .L.n> .. .
kinda Soil TVxling Continues f'>r divorce care, custody] "'rd II. X"h..I-" .. J'laint.ff.! vs.lierniie I agent, or hi. bttoriu COMPLETE BOTTLED (,AS SERVICE FOR
theie. The man ; I O. :Nlcliol; l<. Defendant.Case .
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oil enntrol nf minor child (I .11',1' acc..i Ilwg' :I.
Laughed pointed to one of the big Enjoyed a good visit with Did, I I jhai- i I.fin fl1. .1 against run in th e' :No.; 1O-1ccC 'X.\ "IIIIt'r 1. lI! ;.ti.
Order nf I'uhJIcalloD and Notice to COMMERCIAL HOME OR FARM USE
I soil samples' above named Court and cause and Ch.nle.M.! S.hm.rd'' -
to ,
said overJut Ferguson get I To
M ills 'tn,I they grew Appear: Male of Florida : I
you are required to serve a copy 01 I .. of I the K.-t.Ue: ol .1.i !;
i who stay right i ii anon: u. NidioN" whose ad- i
000 acres themselves. City people your answer or pleading to the complaint : "iie'. Unknown.: I lie.[ ased.
For over 100 miles of level lam"; town don't know what is goinj on the Plaintiffs Attorney;. You are required to appear on K.r-t 1.111.11.uo" >n i :. NNO SEE IS BEFORE YOU BUY I
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ilu K :S.; Kutrli. 2Kt TiinpUAv< l'
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think o' in
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mil far could see one on out in the county. Sinrlv.- Fl.iruU (
is as you i.iif. I
named Court and cause wherein DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS $89.95
would enjoy lookin: and file the original In the office oi' ( .
r hid*' of the road there war town person plaintiff -.K- ilivi.ne.Rradford I It I1. '10 1111:11111111":
'I.i 'huiff but sugar cane. About at the nice herefords grazing i ir I I the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court on o r publish this County Order Telegraph in next shall four In The Court' Of The fount Juil r.llrailford 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95 I

,. ," \ 10 in 15 miles there woulJ the fields of the Ferguson farm. I I"h ,I..>' ..f D....ml.or.. 1"'.".':: .1(weekly issues. i In I'robate( IMIII<,, Florida[ APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS=
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otherwise the allegations of !salt I Witness hand and official
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soil samples au I In KM.iic: of I II l i'
hi- i hu mill and a little towhi.M' Incidentally I i it I :
': Complaint will be taken as con -eal at Starke: FlomLt. this Slst .
the" taken to obtain an inventory nThis f I I' Tested of O ulier., 1'.': : 1 C.ieil..1.I.
around it. From i>y you. il.ix 'b.
ip I.Tn All Creditor and I'ersonn Haling
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foods in the soil. : This notice shall he publlshei'once d I (OFFICIAL SHAL HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY I
\ living stages of growth the) the plant each week for four oonsecutiviI e Cli.iiUs A. lurl.y, I laiino or riuiliilx Agatn.t.aid I Ii
i.usi: hal: \'e8t cane all the year serves as basis for selecting th elweeks I in the iTadfurJ County Tele !Clerk of the Circuit; ('..ur!. i Estate: : i
correct amount oi i granh. .1 lv! M.irioii[ [.. Crosb* I >eiuty| Clerk I You and ini ..r \1!i .iriI'l'tificil I n I be 21S Temple Ave. Phone 13 !
It was some sight to us. right kind and I . I and ,I ..'.
I II.IMI Hi.- TUi .f N. I. I'.ir.tl: Chas. t: Hess. :04-0."i Guaranty Life ttqu.| I" p1." '
Ornamental Time lime and) fertilizer. PeitainU (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb]'I JIIIoIlIlg': : Jacksonville\ clauiiand. ) ili 111.01 1 n 11.. h t Lowest Prices!' Easiest t Terms!' I
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these time;,.1 Clerk nf the Circuit (our t Atuj-' 1..1 j-ir. 11 The faun home yard or thee I your ambition during i I fly Marian L. Crosby Deputy den k: I
It\. van! can be a place for an is to secure the greatest gains b\ I 11 '1 41 11 ':r I

ornamental. During these cooler carrying out the most economica! i i i i

months is the time to plant or practices. In 1'Jnriila f'lrrult; In C'ourt.('..nnt.Itradforil..,. County

namentals. Cattli'inanx-rann Ullrl'anft'f'tin: :: I. K Th..IIII. >-.I1. Jr. Plaintiff v.- I Mow !

It us goal to select the" spot ir I Next meeting will probably h:(, I'''uun :Mae Tli mi f.ise-iin. :No.Iiefeniiant.; 1O-t c':; showing I

the yard where you would like tn delayed one week on account olALVAREZ' f Order Of ruliliratlon and \otlre Tt
Aiirari Mute Of Florida Tu:
l:i>,niii- :\1.... Th 'tupson. \\ hn if*..1 I
I ii, -nliinami addrrsis.. : 31" I'liim:
I Ii I', ,-1, Morgan Citv, I.a.
Men's.Clothing .Ill I I Y..II' are r>;iUired to appear *'iDII I!
STORE
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Established 1S94 named ember, I'oiiM seeks 1ft. and 196 divorce.! ;.cause in the, uhereiiplnmtiff abi.v..; D realll-car come true I

Pradford County Telegraph chat
publish this Order in next fou
weekly Issues. ;
Witness my hand and official sea .
I, .1956..' Starke. Florida, this November:; 2:! I

!, (OFFICIAL SEAL)
1 Charles A. Darby. E

HUNDREDSof ,';I' Mv [.As'nan Clerk L. Crosby of :Said, Deputy Court. Cler We invite you to see the car with an exclusive power seat that "remembers"
Kh.i' I K. lie--, :01 Guaranty L.if'Clitc. > your I
Jackoiiille :, Klorida.
aetails are managed and economically i I M" t..i I'lf. 11/9 U 11/:(0 ,
attended that only a trained and !I ----- /r / !
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careful organization can attend when I MUiii: : M I I.OW.IXOiII here, '

the urgent need for serving is at II"l.v! \ .u.I..1.onli-r.- notice' i.f that tlx- Eighth she is require Ju.licia favorite driving position. : try a 7-position Keyboard Control I

hand. 14\ '11" "n "'"111'1. Ill and For I'.railfori( I II
iI('oiinty, Florida[ wherein the Flor, I
|Ld.t Hank at :Slurke; is Plaintiff am 1
|'W. E. Dowling individually, amtiailiiie 1

a' I..wlllllut.<> Sales, i i.. that does almost but 1
DeWITT C. JONES lief.-11(1.1111. involvint Creditors' pro everything steer -- dream through I
feedings, to file h..r1IH'r will n ....
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. (the. Cltak of this Court and ti, ,
>. .1'a copy thereof upon Plain .
)Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur tiff's allllnlt. I.azonby, 1'ell Graham / i \ i
and Mills, P.o\; 123. Paird Of

local funeral home enables u to otter convenience uj "and fit therein lluilding.show<:iuinesville...au..ebv, Florida th, a Floating Ride that smothers every kind of bump e make '
t"ai .
diiirt should not declare thus
services not otherwli available.
.lain lamU l.M.U.-il in Clay bun
L. Florida. ,
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We turnuh the highest type cenrtc at loweet price, and St'BIII1'ISIuICINGSLF.; [ '
accept ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY I.AKK.. in Section 21. Townshiji. ) your own "weather" at a touch (;:; Iiiiiiiq save power with a fan that
South. K.iiiKe J:: Kast. as pe: /
company, aa payment in part or In full on a funeral. i Plat recorded in Plat Pock Twi2t ,
at Page Thirty-two ti } othe I It
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I public tei ".rdof Clay Coun I,
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I5y Phone Janet 1S3Jun.f.M Turner: i I I':,,lid III I/

.... ... ..... .. I III I IiCIMr i I'' Winners In The Telegraph's Annual
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: ,> Fled Sapp
the tum-ial of Mrs. attcl""I'i'i'ed ,
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brother. W. .\. Shipman, in mU\ '

Ride Ga. last week.
and Mrs. Delbert Crews of
Mr.
lontgtimerv. Ala. were weekend
nest Hf his parents,
!rh. G.; E. Crews. Turkology Contest
Dr. and }1I"s. H. J. Kucera spent
the weekend m Steinhatchee
fLshing and sightseeing.!
Crews of Ft
P. D.
:Mi and Mrs recent guests of Mr '
Mvtrs were I'I'n,1
Mis I' S. Crews. I
had
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts ,
Mrs
a. Sunday: guests of Jacksonville.Mr. and I MRS. MARIAN M. CONNER MRS. NATE DYAL MISS CHARLENE HARDY

Fred Friend! Henschen of Calvin Pace will be I Route 2, Box 123 Star Route
that he t Starke, Fla.

Brarifiinl inteiested to County observation.Mt know Hospital. last II IIunda I Starke, Fla. Hampton, Fla.


toi G. Caldwell at I :VTAKKK'S" : EATEN: : :>KrJ: : ) 'T.\IK.: :'- (.la\TJ: ::T NKK1): r.XKhK's.: MJKATtxr: : NEIL: :
..11111wedding of Mrs. Caldernled 1,
Henry Mor- __tl :No n.f.u.t to iti/ens of ..
itics in
nephew Many niiuh snullcr than Mark1srtMto!: t nml. my
well great Patriciagar. i. Starke both and old
t' >uiig -
V, aZl'e.anJ Miss !Starke hate recreation center. for opinion( i is a properly "uj'f'n| iseil
; last week. K the kick of rcrrratioiul f.uili-
It Fairfield l tinuse or'th.> entire full-time rcircatioii for
v iU i ummiunily. program
aqt Club held t tie for our South. While Starkeli.is
Community Monday night at 'I grown: rapidly both industrially \\e hate a fine park, but what the lounger: ....t. \\e now have a

alt/({ ''eetms with Mrs. J. G. Call ty 1 and (s-imoinically.: the facilities \ do we kale in it ? a few waterloiinlaiiis .program/ that is offered only
V. Turner. Mrs. C I' t t ( necessary for healthful social some IH.nd..... and somesioVwalks. nisbt a week ((1'riday night), and
\.tV.. Shea- lift'i'lo >nu>nt of our Loath halt
Mrs. r | .
endR communih II This park, if .propertyfittl. is cnjou'd ball "f those \\lioparticipate.
The I ; gone: beJ.in1'I'lItir./ : we had:
;i,. ,,irwtesses. was dissst'l would' make wonderful If this. program
I tin* IcadiTsIiip in stturinj sKatinif -
the year I \ ::
pruj'-.t tor wete made fob I i f % l fa<.ill tics. While thi. ha. al- recreation icnU-r, hut compare -ouM "cxp.indi'd and made
-"> \ and plans Party. A delight! ;;1i + l 1.\iatl'd the situation Mimcwhat.then tin moliej' sjM-nl on it in the 1.1.1ten'tan ii\ailablr during;: more nights in the
Christmas i
IVI jme 1
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with a Thanks "t fit. is still iniiili to lie lone willi what some of oursurrtMimlinjj week, i am sure \\out.1loe fullyappreciated
1 program f
by the program e ( lucre is : ineMnsi \-
Vrt.iiuly no
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given
was ; counties h.ne; spent. I hJ all leenajer*
Caldwell.The tA. > to solthis problem
Mrs | uay | .
airman. Demonstration I hi-liexe our srealest mitl !> a
Home I : but ilh the onccrtcilefforts
Farm (icrliaps: \\ <
State Club met Tuesday after aP ..f tarents.[ other citi/cn- rctrr.iliunjrkeys C'-"Ipr.

at the Community Clu'I.. : ''I Ii z ltd' itftt and l chic noon !
Mrs. :,i iWainwright.
Hostesses were enjoy sonn desencd ..rh'-
House and Mrs. II. V. II I;!!! -:4 ih'-I':: '', 1..
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demonstration was t I ITo
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candies, cut-up
uncooked
on Christmas decorations. III IIIMr.
and Mrs. H. M. Richardc l' e -
and SundayMr. r y
last
had at their guests. J. H. Bitch of I IStarkI' ,
}lts
and. 1.11'5. \Vanen Whitten of- I ;; : Nice Thanksgiving Ti' Have Been PresentedIs The Above Winners
Augustine, Mrs John Denmark I I

St. of Jacksonville of ,Hastings.O'lll'I and Nits. With The Compliment: of The Merchants Listed B clow And The Bradford
Yelvmgton
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; TO lii\mt t'iir.minH cUims or" rtr- County Telegraph 111''r'l''
All persons estate of '
.nuiuiagainst. \\Vakl.-the Y. ili-ceased.'
o 1'111'I
nr* nt.tifiwl :old l rl"1 u i I
herehr ,'Umis in th" offi<
their "
tilts JiulKof l ra
tae r.innty. 1'101'111.in' the Comity Cirt
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fcsKU III Stark'Florida. tlie"fclication I!.
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f-f IhK void ud-onlini I I i 11111
will iM-i-oine '
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vii.i.ixM UwTUh November\vn.\Ki.r.r.14 115'! 1: Gem Jewelry Gold House Restaurant ;;'
of the :
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f.-Xfli.i oorl'.,.,.-: Jain T. Appear"s, lt|:.'frud.ud.,:Miiilit-11'.\,-" N?.. 101909T /whoseMMji I Koch's Drug Store Hart Furniture Co. Smitty's Barber Shop. ,1\:;f\C

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suit* been for flied divorceha against you In the I II ,
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yet the copy: ) complaint of are your. Will required answer on(41.> Mm tne or toserve I oleadlne ell.Flalntlffatt.rii.x Jr. 100AW to a Gib Brown's Service Station H. C. Wall Agency Sam Rosenberg & Son ::;

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and file\ ::1:
Clerk of the Circuit Court. on or -
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otherwise before the allegations of said I :If
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Complaint by you.notice wilt shall be taken be published as ones I I John A. Torode Shell Jobber
This Starke Hardware
each weeks, week. In the for r.radford four County consecutive Tele- I I \W. T. Jackson Transfer Co. Company Iii

icrxph.Inttpil tins iii del of Xi,\'('mlier, ''I''I'I'I II
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Charles A. Darby. I -- - --- ''fGay's
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9y Marian; Crosby. Deputy Clerk !!I

tilt I: or -VITI ICMION 11 1 I'> 4t rou 11 ii rill II I Barksdale's Department Store Brownlee & Chasteen Home Appliances ...i

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be-.a,.mb..r'A issued certifnatefor,; and thereon.'.'ar' of The a I Issuance tax certificate: deed, the to I The ?:

description.the..1 art n.iuii\ as- fuBmta'ertdo in of whiih the proPerlY it \\ .1' actM. and- \Western Auto Associate Store The Farmers SupplyYarren's Raymington Company "

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Name TouimMl f'I in whifh assessed: I \ Super Shell Station Wells Electric Service ,;,

..f said property' being In Suwannee Store I
the f.-unty of liradfuid.. State ofFl.iri.t4. I II'uIt.o
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I Turkey Dinner 1 I.. l.'i-! '. nun and children!! ur.'i.! : I
i :Mi ;and Mis If. F Higdon and '' KOSS I
I' Mi.v Sophia Royal had a pre- tht diiectum of Frances Ji-nkin.- Soil Conservation .
family'el. visitors in Jdckson. i / Home I
.1,1 Demonstration
F'irat Methodic Church Thanksgiving turkey dinner recently ( AjreniI .
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chairman .
Presbyterian Church nile j jLaverne general for the day Mrs ]
Saturday. I N-E-W-S
in her home. The special .
Hires went on a huntin Maurice: White served as assistant j of Milk !ii'.nntii It vviil! he h. : i .. MWhelan's :

.- .iaMeeting of planning SuntlaS'huol 9:45: : morning" :; trip last Saturday.Mr. 'I''guests Vinson.included Rev. D.p.eand W. Demps.Mrs.Rev.A. and directed the children's choir !j By Hill Haas 1'....pit \\rn.> .I in-!: t I C'urat Parish Hall. St unr.ship.! "Great Gambler Needed Soil Conservation
1 and Mrs. O. J. Phillips an:' I and Mrs. Ft. J. Washington and Guest speaker for the evening'! ScrvUe I.bei.iliv! artliXtv: !o i pet too little Quotation
iwaid's: Church. 7:30: p. m. 11 a m. This is the last in the tht'ir'
ft" meet: calcium ,. .
son Littleton, Mr. and Mrs. KHilliard. rr n. Mrs Minnie Smith, Deacon was Eddie Burroughs of Middle- needs. Spuds Johnson} (p"( sic

\ tult Choir practice, 8 p. in. ( three month series of sermons Mr. and Mrs. Simeon and Mrs. Julius Royal, and many burg. During Sunday shcool.. Soil and capability maps ''Though meals can be planned! to honored for what 'he\ piv; ..

Sunday S Phillips and Mrs. J. S. Norman of family Royalis Fiances Jenkins donated $20 to have been received for J. E. they IV.VA-

Morning Worship" "Write Your St. John. Recreation time for Lawtey were guests of Miss Debbie I the mother of New Bethel the school from the sale of pea- Adkins. L. Garfield Johns. such dairy products as cheese May each of you enj.n .i I r.: .
Paul
nun Ticket, 11 a. m. Youth the IYF, 5:45: p.m.; "Dine-A- Phillips Saturday and surprised !Baptist Church and always takes nuts. Total collection for the day I Menzen. A. R. McRae. ue cream and other dailY des- lliunk-jhing with vn : ,
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K.-Uowships. 6 p. m EveninpWoi Mite" for intermediates and I C. sertst .. milk m cooked .
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the leadership in fine affairs like I produt
her with a birthday party. was 5110. We regret the passingsof | Sapp. Paul Parker.
: Ben .
ship, "It Can Be Done. ors 6:15: ; Worship program for Art this. I Suslow.J and mustard or turnip greens and
Mrs. Hall Duval County our pastor's brother and the Q.
F..ntth study in "Bright Future" MYF. 6:45 : Rosier and R. c. kale but it takes
: ; Evening worship, 7:30.:: the MaxvilU careful planning 1111HIe.IIT: 1-OI.NT tor (li"
at
Tt'acller.'lSlted Holiil.its. for Schools recent accident he had enroute to Dampier. These
7:30 p. m. "Touching the Garment Was Heal Rl'hoolIonday and Tuesday. All public schools closed for Alabama to check on burial. We I: used to maps will be : Unless milk is used't'nl'r/; "av you write. tome in and sclert -

TuesdayThe Women of The ,ed." prepare a complete soil ously as a beverage people j-.ist: your favorite FSTKKBKOOh: :
the andwill that he will
\\ are sorry to report that Thanksgiving holiday hope soon return to ,, and water
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(church, & j conservation plan for dont get enough. Fountain Ten Tr.l.F.t.KAVH: :
p. m. :26.! us. Other officers for
youth the
Mis. Lavern Lucas is ill and h\( le-open on londiY'ov. each individual
of the II: farm. With this These are f.ime tastv ni.!
St.
WednesdayMen Edward's Church
I to be taken to a Jacksonville! ,,Several weeks ago Supt. Morgan day included Deloria Jenkinssuperintendent )soil
'lunch meeting 7 m. map we are able to locate drinks that 4-H'ers like1'kinan.i
supper p. announced schools would of School
that
Sunday :
night. (
Sunday Mass at 9.15 hospital Sunday the
a m. I different types of soil '
ThursdayJunior Choir pract- close for the Christmas holidayson Alcalee. and ) and Milk >hakePut NOTICE
secretary; Gwendolyn 'I
Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkersor. ; use crops best suited to each
e 3:30::\ p. m. Open House and I II( Dec IS and start again on Marshall teacher. Joan Jenkins nto ,
8:30: a. m.Children's. Jr. and family were busint's.'isitf types of'soil.James a quart jai r : 1 ii.in! 1:1,1:
;i.n tHalf CenturyClub at Vo Jan. 2, 19.Y7.: Parents are askedto reporter. I 1 mashed quite well. 1 !teaspoon To My I Friend.and
I Catechism: Class each ors: in Jacksonville Saturday. I II I
7:20: p. m. Wednesday at 3J5 p. m All teenagers interested in or II i check these dates and see Mt. Zion A.M.K. Church Law- !j -- 'lemon juice (optional. I iable- ru>: tomer:> :

that your children do not leave Hosier and J. R. and l' of
spoon sugar >
Keystone Heights ety will observe Woman's vps
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Day
their club, contact
please I hate closed
ganizing at
m -hop
I.t'TII EILEltlES home to, >
saying they are going lold' nulk. Clog jar and hikewell.
I (At St. William's Chapel) Mrs. C. B. Nolan or Miss with a special program this Sun Wainwright used the District'sgrain >

i (Follow Hiway 21 south to St Higsinbotham.Mrs. whoolhen schools will be closed. 1 day. Sunday School. 10 a.m.. with drill to plant winter pastures Pour into tall glasses and! Park Theatre.
1 Regular: services will be !IieU' Shiiley I We urge you also to see that they with '
I William's Sign.) I ,the young people in charge. of oats and rye. garnish a slice of banana! I am now sodatrd: withS
Sunday night at 7:30: o'clock at W. A. Cannon and Miss all return promptly after these i i I Serves two.
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Morning Service 11 conducted Wainwright is
a.m. planting
| on
i Palatka. i rye E.: Sparks at the t its
of Mr. and Mrs. George Sandra HoUiman! of an vacations. '
1home Mocha (
i Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. by Rev. F. Walker! and congregation his crop land. He plans to grazeit 0\\

Kaufmann, 717 West Cypress St I Confessions before all Masses Arthur Miller of Miami visited C. B :I Adults and Veterans I I of Mt. Pisgah Church. off then let it come back and Put into a quart jar: I upsi! Barber Shop.
with; Mr. and Mrs. J
The Rev. A. F. Gerbhatdt. pas Sunday According to L. If. Gibson. Starke. Afternoon service 3 turn of cold milk. 4 teaspoons mr..int
:; at it under for a land builder.
t tui of the First Lutheran Churchof i HIGHUAY CHAPEL Nolan and sons. I' director I of the program, your I, p m.. conducted by liev. P. Washington I N'ookie says he is to coffee disolved in 1-4 cup hot 0. G. DIXON
going
Gainesville, will conduct th"I'II'es. !" I Sunday school. 10 a. in.; Church Miss Patty Parrish spent last: Christmas vacation will start:. and congregation of Allen leave strips of water 2 scoops chocolate ice

'- services 11 a. m.; Evangelistic weekend in Starke as the :guest:: rye standing to cream I teaspoon'aml1.l., dash
Friday, l ec. 21_ and end on'Chapel.! Principal speaker. Mrs. O. I protect his land and from ;
Last Sunday at our first serv- services, 7:30 p. m.; Thursday, of Miss Carolyn Chilson. I Thursday Jan. 3. There is a slight(;,Shell, supervisor of r, hooi". Evening the strong March winds.crops cinnamon (if desired) & --=1

? i> 25 were present. young people's meeting, 7:30: ,! p. Recital Starts \ovenilier 2fi( difference in your vacation and Service. 7:30: p.m.. 'onduct-I) Close jar and shako well Pour

All persons without a hone jm. The revival at the Maxville Lap: regular school. Please be governed I'cd by Rev. Robertson and congregation { (into cold glasses and garnir.'i with GAY'SHome I

church ate invited to attend. :I CHURCH OF GOD list Church will begin Monday; by this schedule. Persons wish- ; of Mt.: Zion. Principal Lex Green used the District's I j shaved chocolate. Sen't'nt It

:i Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning night, Nov. :26! and continue aU I ing to take the examination for :{speaker I Miss A. }.. Anderson. I II '| seeder cultipacker to plant straws Serves 3 OJ'I AppliancesYour

At The TabernacleIn i Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday week with services starting a'i 1 high school diploma may register I I.I The general public is invited to I Pensacola Bahia grass seed. He I N'\ lull Officersi

Evening St'rviceI5 p. m. YPE 7:30: p. m. It will be conducted now. The test will be given by :| attend all services during the also used the District's fertilizer i'I The Lawtey Home lJem..lI tl.t- Friendly

keeping with the Thanks- Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m. by Rev. Carter of WhitehouseRev. Mr. Gibson the week of Decem- day. spieader to put out his lion Club elected the following I

.ung) Season a special service ofi.iusic I Pi" yer :\It'etingF.iday, 7:45: p. m. Carter will also pieach :J'I| lw 10 at the USO. See any of oats. A fertilizer spreadex [officers for the coming year at Norge Dealer :

: and Message wa.presented''i; IAW1CY t the Sunday evening: service on the adult school teachers for EVERGREEN: is a good way to put out oats. I their regular meetingpiesulent.,

Tuesday evening in the Mission! :; i Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning i l Nov 25.Recital; further information. UAITIST CHURCH After you have the oats on the Mrs. Paul Dmnkins Sr : vice- I XOJIC.K: APPLIANCES

Hall of the Gospel Tabernacle [ Sunday School 10 a. Preath- f.rt'sidt'nt.Irs.. I:. J Whelan:
m.
Serv-
Worship, 11 a. m. YPE To Be Held IMK: I'TS, \\, I ground you can cut in. If\ state
Social emphasis was placed on', Ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 trearvirer. Mrs. H. C. Wainwright; I I MAYTAG UASIIKRS:
ice 7:30
; Saturday p. m. I Mrs. Virginia Combs will hold : A very interesting and e.ilight- that he can cover a lot more
spiritual blessings received duringthe ; i p. III. Preaching 7:;tl(? p. m. j secretary, :Mrs A. H. Harley. Srmembership :
P. T A. nwetingwas held i iiii Prayer[
I students orFriday
1 \YOODLA\VN MISSIONARY rental for her music enmg ground: by using a fertilizer COI.EMXN: 111: \TERS and
vear and each one presentruotetl I !j Meeting Wednesday 7:30: I IAIR chairman. Mrs. St.
m.
.1 night, Nov. 30, at 7:30: the It. J. F. Cafetorium onNov ; p. | spi eader. i ,
I n.oou inixACKsWe :
of BAPTIST CHURCH I I Clair Griffis and food chairman. '
a verse Scripture or PARK ; ,
: Church ; 7 A. panel discussion o; ..
o'clock in the Manntown | I. A. Harley Sr. also lL;rdthl' i
a Reading. Gifts werebrought 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. BAPTIST CHURCH I Mrs. Effie Miner.
:gave Maxville! particip.it j jiug :Methods lor Improving a Better I
from spreader to put fertilizer on Sen ice All MakesOf
preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45: : Pupils .
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and placed on the table, pray. Sunday School 9:45: am. Morning j rs. Dinkins. foods chinm.in
this event are Karen Grif ; relationship Between the School j his
where a Cornucopia war overflowing er service, 7 o'clock song senders in Worship services 11 am.i' pastures. gave the demonstration on Holiday Appliances
and led by MrsF.
fis Carolyn Strickland, Virginir | Community" was
to be sent later to those!! I Training Union 6:45: pm. Evening -1 --- Confections in the absence
1Ve11I S. Pierce. Others included in ,,
I Cannon, Lana Nolan Henry j jhausen. Phone 10
rilKISTIAX CHURCHRev.
ii' need. The Union Thursday service 8pm. Come and George; Huggins and Bill iof the agent.::
j
I Mrs. S. D. WiI-
No- I the were i
Billy and Bobby panel
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I' J. Sherwood and
E. Pastor
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Services with The Christmas \ ill\\ take
morning Thanksgiving is cordially in-1 1 l1..mlrs.. M. Finley. Mrs. Alma worship us Haas lepresented Bradford party \ stark FloridaThat's
i Bible School, 9:45: a. m. Morn- Ian. The public ,
were announced to be held at the! the place of the meeting next
i Jenkins Miss I. Butler. J. I 1) County at the Florida WaterResources I
Fust Baptist Church. ing Worship 11 a. m. Youth i j i vited. i ij riiritrii OF JESUS CHRIST
Greene and Henry Bryant. Study Commission
Church, 6:30 m. All :young I'T.l1'4'ti Hel.i '
p. j LATTER -
i Members of the 1 U. 0S.I:'' Meeting. The of
!I Pisgah object: the com- Our Business
(11t'R'II OF CHRIST people invited.SKVE.V1H. Daniel Boone P. T A. met Services each
| The unable to Sunday in old i
I Methodist Church were mission is as follows. Q S S
635 MacMahan St DAYADVENTIST November 14 at the Maxville j attend and piesent theirprogram, Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun i If It's Glass We Have It!

('. I- Oerturf Jr., Minister School. Some of the students presented :j contributedto day School 1" a. m. Sacrament The public welfare and the CALL WRITE VISIT
CHURCH but donation was or
a
i !. interest of the of Florida 11//
Bible Study 10 a.m i Thanksgiving I Service, 6:30: people
special wel-
Sunday a m. Everyone
p.
; Services each Sabbath In the the P. T. A. i j
a.m.'t'nin: i i'I 'was j ''come.I require that means should beprovided :
Worship 11 which a verynice
Morning I home of S N. Brown across from !I| Day program On December 5. the P. T. A. I for tht'StatE"'s \ Joe Peters Glass Co.
Worship 6:30: event Refreshments wertserved implementing;:
p.m. I Bethel Baptist Church east of :; of R. J. 1-;. High! School will holdit
Wednesday -- Bible Study 7:3, after the meeting by thr ; (i m.\II.UI water policy that th.'
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Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m : monthly meeting We are urging -
NEED
FOR ANY GLASS;
mothers. water resouces) of Florida be
BAPTIST
third ( IH KCII
p.m. Bible Study each Wednesday, i grade: parents from the Lawtey and
put to beneficial use to the extent We Design Modern Store Fronts
Convention Dec. 2 Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning -
singing I Lincoln communities to attend -
7:30: m -- Arden Mote, pastor. ; City
,. :NK\V; mum p. i I A Singing Convention will be \ P. T. A. where you have Worship, 11 a. m Training of which they are most I Just. Mail Us A Pattern for

BUTIST CIIUKCII CHUKOII: Of CHRIST I I.j held at the Maxville Baptist )children enrolled in school. For ''Union. 6:30: p, m. Evening Wor- reasonably capable, and that 1: I Table Tops

Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship 'I| C. L. Oxerturf Jr. Minister Church on Sunday, Dec. 2. and (your convenience the bus will run ship. 7:30: p. m. Rev. \\". 0 waste and unreasonable use of 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FIt 2-.sy: :

Hour 11 a. m. Evening Serv"i Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m.1! dinner will be served on the ;, in various communities to bring)'[ Collins, Sr, pastor. water be prevented. -

ice. 7 m. Prayer Meeting each lj I .Iorning. 11 ,
p. Worship a. m. grounds. The Bradford County you to the meeting. A bus schedule = _
Wednesday 7-:30: p. m. Everyone fning!i|I Worship 7:30 p. m. E\'e-I Singers Duval Gospel Singers an\? I will be announced later -. a -- -- ---- -' -- =--- -

welcome.L.. L. Parker, p3.stor0In'1I .. Bible 7:30 fI
j Wednesday Starfy several other groups will paatici! dule will be announced later. The

IFm.. I pate. The public is invited.honor j ji meeting will begin at 8 p.m. and FIRST IN ; IN
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:\ Radio "Old Paths" I
program Club)
i Demonstration j adjourn at 9 p.m. All patrons ,
IJAITIST tllllUlISunday each Sunday 9 a. Station | ---O--c-------IR7T1
m. The Maxville Home Demonstration :and friends are invited to attend. PH-Lc
Shoo!, 10 a. m. Morn WDVH.
Training, Club will meet on W'flnest.nI, Mrs. Marion Dell Piesident; '' 1 QUALITY QUALITY,\\1 1I
11 a. m.
IIWorship. h HFJLBKONN Nov. 28. at 10 a. m. The ilemon- j I:Miss Edna M. Kennedy. Reporter.iTliurNti.it .
I'nion, 6:30: p. m. } \'('nin'or. I
BAPTIST CHURCH stiation will be on "Decorativ-f j School Nets
ship, 7:30: p. in. Prayer Meeting i anT"Dried
for the Home" Last Tuer.lay night two movieswere
; Accessories)
Wednesday 7:31p.. m. Kveryontwelcome. I Sunday School 10 a m. Preaching -j t
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Arrangement11 of i
Flower shown in observance
K. C. Harvey pastor 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30:
Meeting Wednesday 7:30: pm. | All members are urged to altenc'and Armistice of Veterans Hay. One !

.1' Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. brine a sandwich for lunch of these "The Negro Soldeir." is1

I II i i i Visitors are welcome. being shown again by special re- | BUDGET BUYS

KING I.ta' LAHK : M is. D. J. fairish and tfcuigh \quest, and the other feature will i

i i be "Heidi." Tuesday nights will ] '
FRIGIDAIRETHE I MISSIONARY BAPTIST ter and Mrs. Rudv Higginbothatr -

:; Sunday School: 9.4o a.m. Morning I were business visitors in Mar be movie nights at Thurston. < Ii i"I,

11 Pian now to attend on Nov. 27
Worship a.m. Evening I Benny Satuiday.Mrs. '
BESTKNOWNNAME Service 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meetinf J C. Higginbotham am' I dt 7:00: p.m. 1
IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION in Jacksonville !J I Church New MODEL) 7:56:: M I 1'IIILU PHILCO MODEL 1 I.'tf.i:;=>> 1
!leach Wednesday 7:30: pm. Every- daughter were visitors
!!i Bishop R. F. Coleman of Tampa I JIi
i one welcome. Rev. II. II.Iott, last Friday. '

RANGES pastor. Mr. and Mrs. AfnoM; llarpe1 i|I preached at First Born Church CLOCK RADIO Automatic PortablePHONOGRAPH !II
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WATER HEATERS attended the Baldwin Greer' ;ast Sunday. On Sunday night,

AIR CONDITIONERS ; IIIIli: RoNN: :MI' ()\.\ YIt1Il'N1' Cove football game in Green CovrSprings I I Nov. 25. the Singing Wonders (Picture Not Shown) ."

| CHURCHSunday ot Jacksonville will render a II

WASHERS & DRYERSGet :School 10 a. m. Morn- Friday night. :program, and all musical lovers :i>-TrBE; CLOCK RADIO( >< .( II
Jacksonvillespent \ I
Claude North of i
j tnt Worship. 11 a. m. EveningI : are invited. W. Strong re-
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; The Rest For Less I Worship.! 7:30: p. m. Training a couple of days at home 'j',I'potter.INB.W MAHOGANY: ; WOOD CABINET Ilest t Values of the Season ,II III !
Mr. and Mrs
; Kninn I iundays> 6:30: m. Mid- with his parents. I I
p.
I Bethel Baptist Church held Perfect Playmate for People on
AtSmith's \\'e' Prayer ;Meeting Wednesld.iys. John North and family last week SPECIAL PURCHASE I
j .k : iits i Youth Day last Sunday. Guest I
I 7:30: P in. P.t'R.. F We regret to learn that :Mrs j'I, : the go. :{peed automatic record
School
i j teachers in the Sunday I
Beard pastor.II.UII..OX. Florence Parrish fell off of lieidoorstep : were Mwi Angle Franklin and FOR BARGAIN HUNTERSTradein < changer big tone output .
GarageSales and broke her foot la"< I 11
Elmer Shell. The Review was by ? heavy magnet: speaker built togo 'I'
Friday night. 'Mrs. Ozora Shell. Cue.-,' speaker on jour old I radio I
CHRIVIIAN CHURCH: and Mrs. James Colemar iI places in rugged tra\ el-light: !
Mr.
i for the morning was Mrs. GloriaC. I; $1 0 regardless of condition on ONLY $49.95 !Ili:II
and Service Christian Endeavor, Friday 7:30p : in Avon Park ove' leatherette
visited relatives gray: case. ;j
; McFadden. and at 5:30:: p.m. : : purchase ofM: I : ,
Wt" Service AU 1 Makes of Bible Wednesday III
Study .
in : the weekend.Mr. :1
:'a spicy program was rendered I WEEKLY TERMS II I'I
Electrical: ) Appliances 7 .10 ;P in uttayI.rmn Worship an.1 Mrs. Dan Hargrove I '

606 X. Temple Ave 11 H in. Evenin*; WorshipTr.'i'i and daughter. Minnie visited i.-j II I f Priced to go FAST Better Hurry!' II II I\\, 'I

:: p in. Bible! Sho!, 10 :i mtv I '01
rilO.VE L0 Glen St Mary Sunday with Mrin.l H illy'r : ,'
:M '"lie- :Mir.i.-it.-i: I
l :Mis Pat Griffis and family ,
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:Mr and :Mrs Griffis are the prong I

:, -. ... ,. .. ... .. I( tnients! of a baby daughter: borr ; ; :Model 1201-S: ) : t
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Ni iv 9, She has been named Lii .. //:1: I ,
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FUEL OIL I Mr and Mrs Guy Frigo an' I, __ -. 7 ''I ii'ii'I' I
f '"111\ ..f Jacksonville!! were uest' f -- ... I
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..f Mmet) Mrs Pete Griffis ar>. I I '

finish:: Sunday.M '-1't I ; I I
{{arras and Mr.ul : I t & I : I Ii
LA' d->r
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Delivery < :. \ .ipeljnd visited wit'- i :

f' e".U. !in Baldwin last Fri I .... ... ,I

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JOHN A. TORODE JOBBER .1 Bell l.tst :Sunday. Maxvi: !' Where On Earth /I'! '"' :,.::/l-- I i -, : I Week I':,

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SHELL OIL I'KODLTTS 1"I D B Griffis has I,.H> WILL IHS.STI'ITHlKE; :; JPI"" 'c----: ..__ I II I II \ AFTER i" '

V- - -" '-'iffei.r.p fioin a broken toe wire+ next? :Nobody knows /.'!II( _! i1lI' li'l i
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A"C. s'> hui I.it Thursday.Mrs That's why it's MI importantto Iii, 11 1 LOU :!
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Ravmond Kilgore and Mis
hate in..urance
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1iiEisi ...! !the Duval County Safety Conn ?Q.95DELIVERS !
FIRST CHURCH trouble will strike in your 1 PAYMENTSwivel : I Mil k
< '1 which! was held at the Geoi'.iWishmiiton : direction. Phi co Refrigerator :

, Hotel in Ja.-ks.m' ''i. !

STARKE FLA :11-1 Tuesilav,! : You're insured? Good; : But "

M.: Evelvn ColemanUtende" let us make sure that protection ;, Only I $189,95 Easy Terms I Legs:; Automatic Top Touch Tuning "11 ;

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-REV. LEWIS D. RAISES Pastor i FI !storke..b1i shower ht. in in honor Jackson-ill-of !iei.i is adequate. :iv'i:;::'; Chiller Drawer) Self.('losing Door Latch Rigid :Mahogany Wood Cabinet Philco Transformer :;

,.i<'..r :Mi-s Rat Pellum. ."A' :' Full-" idt h Steel Shelter One Piece Steel Cabinet Powered I'nderwriter. Approved Removable !WI
and Court Streets In The Heart of Town .
Jefferson The Maxville! Baptist T..UI..II! ..'. Automatic Interior light Acid H i tant. .11

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 ,,1'n..." held, a weiner rin: 1-1' ,o .- ,,:,i ii! Porcelain Interior I Filter) dla.ss Alumini/t-d Picture Tube. I aiCl I

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!Sunday Sermons: 11:00: A M. S:00: P M. I night :

Sunday School !>: !Ij)1 Training Union 6:13 P.M. Mr and Mrs Elmer Hi.-sirl! !1i H. C. Wall\
i, h'+,n muted) to Law tey la.' 'rn'l' ; AgencyPhone qlj'i H. NASWORTHY GENERAL SUPPLIES

Midweek Service Wednesday, S:00 P.M. ,day to, mike their:! home : 146 :\\i!


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WOW Program Highlights child ")Jl1 be soi rvAt he has ueatetl Mrs. SLut .ung for
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Conducts Practice Air SearchIn Assault Case First Berries
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,' the lequest of tu! State. "emotiona! d'lurbanl'e" sinrcOtt !

S V' *- iri I Attorney Mis Starling removeta I r 15.Mrs Fn>t berries ol th! -.
: : bandana tied around her head Hoover testified that about
brought tthe Tcl.-m 1 .:
Accelerated Training Campaign ), Reaches Jury ( and showed the jury herroppe' two weeks ago:: Mrs Carter called Monday Ly J. R ( ii-h.-:: .

I locks. Over objections of the defense her on the telephone and said sh


: : t ht- !I/I.d| gill". !h il! .. ii :,.. All:i I'.oh.le, ) : lailio i 1- LrL! ; ( '"nt .".'",. i : : i"i Page One !1 as evidence attorney three Duncan photograph.submitter I'lh.l wanted t .t :MX"t.i (1 explain.11 admitted She sault she ::/'a Gdskms.firmer has at,mt 7.:> "i', "

4 ; ...iio-.v.Ile-Ke\ston" '-Si.ii! i iV !koi '..'il ii'Mnned I.. I I. 1st1 opri) It.! i L With :in equal nunibe1 : 'f
.. V ho'loI'l She s.ud that Mr..I'm. .- j showing Mrs Starling with in::.' (Ilit get nst \ and ,-ut :Mrs
V .tn.l the anticipated luc II I at ..:3d and all ami aftv < < Mionarv: j p1-! VU
r -. .. .: had black and blue i i hair as she claimed it looked before .: starlings hair'"If T.
IMin air travel Civil Air |I at 4.Iii spot 1 1 i : Jun,'.
,! the Oct. 15 episode Iris comes fc 1 'ck I don't
!' !lie; head her glasses >
i in I r" units ate conducting an addition to Capt. Uio.v'and : V rc y IiI wer. know what H.- td! i AUC *;.V .
!11. ini hei arms. shoulders : She testified that after the? 11 do to her Mrs ,
--I' ited training campaignnoth Lt Jones other aII' < I Hoover s-li n..h! ne rais:nu !h.
., "i< I l<-cwete biuisedT.iue I night; of the incident she tooK I quoted Mis Caitei !
senior and cadet inen.i -- : consisted of Capt. II. McCla V I i as h.s employed a' I', !
': her and saving
I", i .\ major phase of the pro- i and Observer l1art1t'tt of .1 i. II I- during the tense pro I' daughtei went to Fayette- The testimony of They found the i'l m i-'
i Mrs RobertaCaiter
ville. N. C. because she
"feare
: -i \\.t< demonstrated in a : sonville.; Lt Austin lit''il "' ,' iiius Ciuuit Judge George L 1' h\ accident thcA ,

-I. ,, an search and lescuei St.like and observer. Maj I '." )i'l'ten Miri'.itened! to clear theuu't'nom ,I harm would come to my daughter I II \ the Wednesday morning back ni some a hogs .tTi1 i "
and tnvself." She t'lp testimony of the de- :
V -i 1 last Sunday afternoontiM. Pilcher of Tampa: Lt. ll.n V i k.i: i unless; specta I I returned tlI fondants that to tl (' the fn;." .-. V
Staike no weapon \\ a involved -
Keystone: Airpark with Watson of Ticnton. and oh--." i V '' iiMined; I from dE'mf>nstra" I I the Friday before true !
ripened.
of the of I J.A grand jur y investigation.Under I in 'he incident
V ,.' :>H key personnel Lt. Ted Oglesby Keystone '1- Before
i iI I beginning: the suimmaI -
I ,I''m-ulle and Keystone squatI"ktng James Iuckett of Keystone .j" I "hits: i IS .1 mutt of law and nci cross examination by tions
,'observer SM Marian lost- fl'> i'al) speaker at the \\ iiiiil iuii.i n of I the \\'<>rld! lianiiirt| in .tIrI..I' I Douglas Mrs Starling denied that I I'I I to the jury. Douglas ti..1 tc C of C MeetingThe
i part. \ Vtr/ ions mattel: Judge Pat court
get
fur Mrs.
briefing by Maj 'Staikei last week I uas :.Max Hurt center natiuiialKeprisithnt of the \\<"..|- she told the women she had at- I permission Huff Boaid of I>,: ,', :
I ..Homing:; a ten t 'declared after a witness's re- 'I :I and Mrs. Faulk to make the -los-
Ciiustoffers on basic search i The mobile radio unit 1'1'\-VI 111.111 urgari'/utinn. I'lorida's utti t >rne> gem-ral. m. har.1 Kr\in: I ri :lit.iiitriMlui'fd ( cepted money from Carter 01 nu-et Moml.iv X.>\ -''; s' ;
1 I' i I 'lark had touched off a round o I I j ing, His petition was
'.n.u, ) i ,>s.'w piocwlure. the searcn were: Lt. John) Jlammoncl1111 I Hurt I and (irurge ()\\<-u. assistant altornc\I I /ii-iu-ril I. left mghter "If you want entertain I that anything was said about 3rjmt'nts.by Judge Patten.I m to work on pl.I1, ',0: t t.. v

to the air Hammond of Ke\ I Mrs ?tailinsr needing, SirtO; and Clau-s Mi.- ii
assigned 1 Mrs Iluth uf ceninoiiies.Mr. parade. \.1'
"I".IS, were served :1" master "cutou can go to the movies'Ilinirs I| Douglas barged!, in his .
i I to it from three locat ."
".\ s at 1:45 p. m. The aiicraft stone: Cadet Capt. Myron PiIvatt .'- 1 ,Krl.itiiiiisliio trying get remarks that Mrs Starling e."inl was .1 Chamber manageii:1! "-

of five min- : of and c.ul.! I men.
intervals Keystone
",k ->ff at J rr V JW I 11,' nei, il.ieit: testimonv. )..tus1.nu..l : "conniving woman"ami a 'hSiffIewueeker' .NO1KF.: 10 I' 0. P\no\-
,.. hymning at 2:&). and mo- .I-iyne Klzey of Kansas: SM' i :> V Douglas asked :Mrs Starling it I .
,
i' : having "dates"101. : "Has the time come who di' i:" -' '
units were dispatched tAa' and Mrs Lee of Keyt.ni''Lt : \ nij; Mrs. Carter had said to her ,1 I'"sun"
..1"i i ad 10 when a mother md .. V
V grandmother rout. '
of :
:\ \' (c utei. husband! one tity delivery
lespective monitoi I iu.IN : Walter Kin: IIf Staike. .m- "Iris. I just had to come and <:eemu.
,. then ,,V t the defendants. She was crosexamined '' j can't resent hei home being loin that a few lotk box. .i- < -
Chas. Ellis < f Keht"UCadet : i You have broken 11Ihomi' V
:. < ; Cadet | on this point by de by a conniving woman" he asked able rent at th.S. .. -
f.1
of two Howe of StaK; .' I hope you have some good
Thitaiget.. consisting Eugene:;: .- The state argued that Mr'Starling's office
signal .'lsten. Tampa. I.t lense attorney Zach Douglas.vh that will keep me trot
and an "X" I JLt. Cena Ftl: excuse
,1-Hihutra relation
,I' j with Carterwas
overruled after State's At :
..nel. was sighted' at 3 p. m. hill \' : Paul Marshall. Lt. Walter Johns : was i divorcing my husband and my 'I'I immaterial Duncan conhttd1ed ('.UD! OP Ill \:h'Ve

\\'. 15. Timbt'II.Ikt"jall tornev T. E Duncan objected' thai ; home being destroyed This w-= ;. -
:. I.ft manned by Capt. Ko.V : ton. and SM that the mix of the ( was \ wish to express 0,1jtid
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!Ki.iwnmg:, and his observer Lt. of Gainesville Standing byI the testimonwas. irrevelant and denied: : by the plaintiff. !' whetherthe iuiv 'a't the |; deep :appreciation :.< ,

\Vl-on Junes of Keystone. Mobile !I at fixed stations for (commiini. Litj immaterial. Tell Another VersionA 1 i "Carter clan" 01 Mis blE'\'ed Starling and friends in our time o: \ I"

uli units were immediately tions relays were Maj. Christotjfers. Douglas argued that he was trying t '" they took the stand. eacrr j i Mrs. Hoover. I i I II men

-,nt to the tarpet site in i Cadet Lt Floyd Haker. Lt % : to establish a basis for impeachment ; >f the defendants in turn denied I| Judge Patten charged the jury Mis K W MuS'ly S:r ana V

".-,I\'lly wooded! aiea one uulenoitheast ;, Beit Chnstoffers Si.. and II' of the witness and le 'i, that the113,' clippeis. pistol !' that even though the allegations

of Hampton. First radio -1! Roy Browning. quested the court to allow him Ii''I'I I or acid in their cal the nmht of about Mrs. and Carter

.' mission was : the about Mi StarlnR \V.C.T.J.(
units auivmg at the scen..ii i The primal-i I pursue questioning the incident were tine they not constitute

manned by ': scheduled as a training ineasiu Ito Starling's relations with Cartel <
.1 t ::1:1 l: 1 p. m.'ell' : 'I Mrs. Carter admitted that IIi sufficient provocation for assauf: !

I.tValter! King of Staike. ('.1- increase the operational et- Judge Patten denied the requestCarter's i small pair of scissors was used: I Twenty-two of the jury \\enii "0 < OMK.: I.I.T: I S 'sl\. I NTO

'fectiveness of both Keystone t1i' named brought into i LOUD I.KT: IS" \hr: \
let Charles F.llis of Keystone.ml was I to cut Mrs. Starling's hair 'i were excused bful. the SIX-II.t i I Tit :

Cadet! Fugene Howe of Gainesville squadrons I proceedings again when Duncan'I little in front V but not a!< I jury was: approved by Ixith a' : .10\ IT I. NOI.ITO: Tin I itr(( K

=1 1 later asked Mrs. Stailmu : "Ho' :I I much as has been cut off now toineys The court di..nussed\ ninr : or on; "M.\'.\iios .

\ rea Ooened Mrs. Laura Taylor i many times has Maxie Carter of- She ani the others said that th of the venire the defense; six I.FT: lh ( ()MI: HtOl lll>

Dies At Home Of VV i feted you money to drop the I complainant was not hit or V and the state tii.iSiuring IKKSKNCKllu: : : Til.Ms .1\

and Mrs. Paul S. Downey of MarKe are presented a plaque case"" Douglas was on his feet bruised in any wayMis a.- .juioiAeie K F INi.ND :M\KK: V\ ..KnKIINOlsK
Daughter In Starke : instantly to object to the qu"s I Nor t Ii. Willie Waltei" Sfilev
41"1 : I NTO
HIM \\ ITIII'SVUMx.
Camp Blanding honoring them us ::\1 r. uiid :\1..'.. \\...timan lor the Jcar for DoWIH'j'soutstanding Carter said she tried t,
t.'m.; but not befoie Mrs Starling I \ I L <>:'I.1.l F..wl ." ( I'xI.I 9:. -.' i
find out Mrs: StarlIng I
.. .Innior why
Mi S Lam.a(4)J Ta.vloi'. 7S work with the :Marke nUll II. llcrrj .U..II. could shout "Thiee times1'A X"rn'.i I: .i-.d 1'I".i i !| Num....
i "sneaked aiound" with her hu--
died Fnday morning; at the hoimuf Class Head (1I1I..nl! uf Tallahassee is nianiilg the prcscntatinn. I round of apnlause fiom spec .
band. trying to get money !n
Hunting RulesThe her daughter Mrs G. F. Odon tatois at this point brought the I

tack.in Starke folio.....ing:: a heart at tV National Leaders, State Officials ,: first Patten.sharp lepiimand from Judgr I I stead. She of testified asking both that of;Mrs them Sti-Cn't. Sell It Rent It Trade It


of the Camp ling confessed to sjomc WII "
opening V Funcial services were heit.\ V Duncan Ou-milcd

created Area to questions hunters about thus year' hunting has: I the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel IPStaike V Attend Woodman Banquet In StarkeState Although the couit rulerf ;I Carter saying t'get that she money needed from $600 hliii WITH% A TELEGRAPH

: at 3 p. m. Sunday with th" against Duncan's line of question : Mrs Carter quoted Mrs Starling
rules the aiea. CLASSIFIE
in Rev Cairoll officiating. Dinia' Attorney General RuhaidRivin nient of the social life of Woodi.ien ing. the matter was brought up I I as saying that she had twr

Regulations for hunting: in was in Crosby Lake Cemeteiy.Survivois I and Assistant Attorney I and stated that) : the "WOW again when the State's Attomej I I other men to "sign:; a bond" for 1 Low Rates (; Results

Blandmg ate: 1 include two dauRhtres. -!General George Owen joined with has done mote than any othei asked Mrs. Carter: "Do you Vmrv the money and thought Carter 00 Fasy

1. Open season:0: \'. 20 i Mrs. Odom and Mrs. L. C I Max Huit. national: vice-president ': .rganuation to mspne patriotism' that Mi Carter offeied this sir' would te th > third. She testified 10 WORDS OR LESS ONE. INSERTION fife

through Dec. 30. First six days Wilson of Pompano: thiee sons : of the Woodmen of the World Delegations Woodmen\ fioiu Sl.ftTiO to drop the trial ?" He vas: that Mrs Stalling admitted :going EACH

open. Dec. 25 through Dec. 30 J. L. Taylor of West Palm Beach i last Thursday night in a banquet Florida cities including Lake City, quickly overruled and the qiie with her husband; for sever.V.vears : ADDIIX.U WOR%
2S- ADDITIONAL FOR RI.I>D -0' OR ADS NOT PHD IV
open. Mondays Tuesdays and Henry F. Taylor of Cocoa. and I j.rogram to begin ('ffortto icac- l'allah.:see. Palatka. Jacksonville I ion ordeied stricken from the I aid couldn't remember how niirorT OP I PER CKNT o\ TWO OR MORB I -D"-nl
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Fridays. closed at all other times. R C. Taylor of Gainesville: fom i tivate the Starke Woodmen Camp. ,, i-nd Avon Park took part in theI record! many times: she had been with i ,

2. Legal game and bag brothers Charlie Wood of Cool In the principal addiess in the I ,ogranu. A. W..Ma .'ers is Iwatl. Taking the witness stand early.1 him in Jacksonville. .Ji IXCI TELEVISION console. lit

limits: : All legal game. Hunting idfie. Ga., Alex of Pavo (.a. i program held at the AmencaiiLegion dl the local: oiganization.Kivin I Tuesday afternoon. :Mrs. Starline I Thought \\as ('ral\ i .0 acres loi-l.l.ffm.d LIkE land Til..1, r.''- intearng '' at Dahmors. ttoh*

regulations are the same as for Thomas of Thomasville G.i. andHenry hall Hint stirs.sed the : is a national diic< tot in I te=t'fied that Mrs Carter arc'1! On (..n ss examination.: DunoH'i I 11..1 ti.h.ilau..
the second District. except as Wood of Tallahass.ee. tcsisters : \alue of Woodmen in helping the Woixlmen organization and :I, Mrs. Buff picked her up as sh I Ii asked Mrs. Carter: "Do you : in l'ri.liMNtur... S::.: ;I II'.\ l I..inlilul!' h.t.\ Cull St.rg..1 !!ar. r.i.

listed here. i Mr3. V. I.. Hughes of I each other and in participating (,\ven is national cominitteeman.Cwen ;I i was brought home bv friend? mean that she told you all of I I t. "

3. Dogs other than quail dogs Thomasville. Ga.. and Mis. l Floi in community affaus! served as master of ceremonies I I I II from her job at a Starke super. I. this without you holding a gun OTher I tonm.tAITr ro, ; S\R.\TOa hEIGHTS

ivill not be permitted in the ence Redfearn of Jacksonville Ervin pointed out the ctijov- for the event. market. She got into the car, ac ,' ?" \\.I ""Ull h"I.IIUWI PO) "" I' ,

rOIdingto her testimony after I III I Ii 1'.I.ph. .15,1 (1,'' 00 I'. S Vi5O 00. l..rohis
portion of the area north of i Mrs. Carter renlied that he pa nt- ; :,n '
> $ i t. ft4; 4f. v.
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I II
To Assist Veterans I said she wanted to i Truiplrr.. (ar"", I'ia. '
State Roads 16 and 215. Deer Church II Mrs. Carter thought Mrs. !Starling: "was ': r- 'I l.uy a Letter h..uHi.iu \i >i i i,
School Teachers SurveyIn begone I r.-nt at
and thewouldn't 1.,1
talk to her i iI
and bird dogs may be used in On GI Bill BenefitsJoe i crazy" to do so. but that was the
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I I II
these 1 "but just a moment. I II I'Oll m.XTu bt-droom mal.IOltDA REALTY ( 0.'nry .
south of
section ,
the 1 1I' I Ii.u.iriipiet.ly .
roads. A. Crawford. assistant I Mrs. Starling:: said that the I case.The witness denied that they : 1'1 port. large yard. Inquire .ai'i: 01 T.\RKE

Plan Schools Shows women then drove her to Haiyp- :ail K 11'"" "h", St 4tp Irlepfcon SHS
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4. A special Camp Blandmg CampaignFor i state service officer is scheduled I' drove to Himpton T ake after' ; 3.M Temple .\ve. tart", }.
ton Lake wheie the'el'e joinedby
they picked Mrs Stalling un at' CABINET and Carpenter Work -
Management Area permit ($5)). I to be in Starke Fnday to reaching I Small i,
before and
Mrs. Faulk. Just !. new repair Jobs ac-i -
I her home It was raining hard I "
in addition to regular license assist veterans with problems ; said cepted. Joe C. Hicks, Rt. 1. Box I "" "
Baptists In LeadThe I the lake. the plaintiff :Mrs Carter said, and they "ju"t I : iCciug '
for benefits under theGI :67.\ I.I" i F4.1: irlTXT T anl ,
is
requirements; necessary More Funds conceRning I Mis Carter hit her and knockedher Croaround"! in and near -V-- __ I lUr'" a. 'frS'.ViTson -

any person to' hunt on the Dill.Crawford!1. I glasses offDescribes. Starke. OUt TENTH A.: I"-R5.\RY .Vnt'rT Vru T"l'n" '
IIUHOA .% rhm.6"L
Camp Blanding area. This permitcan ( Continued from Ii will le at the > C.ipti.sts ate way out in the I Hair Cutting! I Mrs. Faulk testified that she All Makes All M.dri.lra 1'hl
be purchased from theCounts' Page f've I .uaahlr ('bargc. icnaraatrrd
County service office in the lead in i hurch affiliation among; I "I guess you know why jrotvou and !her aunt. Mrs Ruff drove! -

Judge or his d'signaled'. hasn't grown with the pupil popu Aimory from 3 to 5 p. m Ue- ;I..school children aUendsng Starke :I out." Mis. Stalling:: quoted : down from Jacksonville on Oct 7U3 W",(1.MIFPltUU. arS, 1.:9 Fil riirrui-Iu.-ul: ii.NT, a"arm.nl"I KM." alt 'J\ ...

gents. lation." The schools have more I f'ides'in aid to veterans and i is'-hoolo according:; to a survey reiently I I Mrs. Carter as saving. "You'vebeen 15 to be with the Carters because ihiai Ii M .\.pl\| 0' 'l'l'' '

5. Space will be provided on I to do. he said and less funds tc dependents in filing claims for |I completed 1 by the KUirke; ,' running around with my hue I their house had been WHEN IN NEED OPLANDSCAPING ''hl" *I\ t, 1L.

the permit for recording dates I d.i it with.According. I compensation or with insurance 1 Ministerial: Avociation: I II 'I band Mrs Starling said she denied -' broken into the Sunday before :. ,1- 1.nK ha'r..1 )"i.,, d.'''

ot leaving the management area. I ; to the tax-payinr problems. Crawford will be able I Of the more than 1.00 students I I the charse.: I and they knew Mrs Carter \\:1" 'I.Itrutii- I\\."d..rll. "r.ln.'o I" I. ,.1.0 I I', I tFILL i,

Each hunter must have his ;! ability formula on which thr Veotinties to give assistance to employersof participating in the survey more After :Mrs Faulk had joined unset over the incident !She siMhev : DIRTOr -\ .1..1." 1111'al,> I'.t ."i.
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permit piopeily punched by the shaies of the Minimum veterans und<;r the GI bill. | than M)0) r.howed affiliation witha !I them the plaintiff .testified. that stopped at a siineiniaikft -4il i K i 1 .

heckmg station operator be- Foundation Program are based letiiement Baptist church in the three Mrs Carter said: 1011 re goingto the same one where Mrs Starling DISKINGnI'I \\nre \ |111, I .\ .

thearea. a hair cuttmc like you've was employed to 1uomp \v. L. THIGPEN JR. Tr'"k M. 1-1",1' -
fore enteting or leaving the superintendent said. Bradfoui counties which contribute children I get V .. .
never :gotten; before." She declarer"that things to take with them to the Rt. 2 Box 215-D Alton Rd.i
is to Bradford schools Bradford ?
r County paying only about half 'Ol % l KpnavE297j

6 The management aiea per- of the state a'E'ragHe explained X-Ray Units Set Clay and Ur. on. I her after:Mrs. stopping Carter held at a the pistol lake.or Carters! for suoperThere's That WomanVhiIe ;I/111: mU'l."'I:..:!,:; '1IIh'\% 0' \:
bit must be in the hunteri1wsse'ion I that the fomula is based on five The Fit Baptist Church of I Starke, Fla. ihuurn -uitti:
Desf'ribinthe::: hair cuttin \ they weie parked outside i'ur 'i lVhakIi
M.ihri.inia.
as long as he participates factors letail sales raiIrou'and :Slarke; heded the list with nion- .ur "
I :Mrs. Starling said, that Mis. Buf{ the store Mrs. Faulk testified ( Ordrr.
in the hunt. and is to b,: telegraph assessments nun For Brooker And I han uOO school < hildicn as memIKIS I' 0'T' IhF'11
and Mrs Faulk held her arms or her mother happened *" .
displayed upon request of a her of automobiles legi.steiei'I Next in line was the StarK. I I'Mi,n: >- um I r 'I I ,\ '..1' ..' I' ,',"n I, 'I.r.h.n ii'I.rl"a I. '
1 while _
the back of the front seat I drive band they hailed he ; 0 i V
f' I--------- 19 .u-r..iu'ar'-4
number of Church with 153 ,,
wildlife officer. I I gainfully employed Methotlist Mrs Carter wedded a pair of ; Mrs Carter parked her caran,* l.i iid w.-li, )I" .in, ui.\ I..., ai.-.l MAN "
be- 'i and the value of farm products Seventy eight of the cliiMun I mil.NMIIJI I ..f I. "I \\\XTt/ )o"ld..I.r s-
cannot check in iwt.i .i ,. ,
7. Hunters Starke hair She also testified ; got in with them. Mrs Fau'k' 11..dl..r tin n >
Fridayi clippers \\ ,IS Sir'. kl.n.l I:' I l.v "7SI.iutu II.o.; ,
out after and is the basis for the matching harmed the Sta I ke First t'hri.'tian %. V rarlliar, ttlth ni.kl,1K' ,?",
fore 6 a. m. or check I that Mrs. Carter wanted the other, said. I i .
S. <
t.hrlln" .v.-rnin r.t i..I V "
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i funds paid into the program b\ church for their home churih. I
6-3ft; : p m. : women to hold her while Mrs The store had closed in tit* I I ':"I.r'.I| in (.\\1 hindun-" V
the county. dud childien indicated affiliation 2% PAID OX SAVI.vrjS .
1 "p'n n. anand
from INjie: 1pm I Carter poured acid on :Mrs Star meantime ansi they snotted Mrs KFY. i, II n\"I1 .
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8. No overnight:;: camping:: permitted the Staike PresbyterianChurdu. : V STONE STATE hANK r..f..r.I. Mr ; I: |i-i:,, |
hunt area. It was intended that the counties .with ling. Starlins leavin. "There's that SToNE HEIGHTS, FLA.. MEMI; I M Mar-hill. I;.: 0. ,I' ,
on the :' and 52 with the Church RER FDIC. should levy only six mills timeet li. ., Friday I Claims Threats woman." Mrs Faulk mated her ]I' )lt.WK
9. As soon as a hunter bass of f! Kl.
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the matching::: fund reQuire- SuturdaxOn' 1 "Mrs Carter held the pistol or mother as saying.. "I've been r.t'Y AND USED FUR- / A \ \TII;: JJOKTi.: I IS \ vii.rTURn. .
a deer or two turkeys he must ments. Morgan: said but Bradforr About 150 hildien said I th.-y II SIL. Co, \ !, it r c..' ,
: Satin day, :\o2 the xrayunit me and made me say things abc wanting j to talk to ht'r" WISITK TIlk".l'!V: \ :
and have his not active in clmvfh Phone 4;. tfchgAJ'.VUTMK.VT : \VI MN-r
stop hunting game has' to levy 11 34 mills to provid were any Mrs Faulk said ,
will be in operation at the wanted me to say the plaintiff that all three ; 'GMI'AXV.VKST: ,II'\-H, :

checked Deer. hear or panther its share. Ieno Theatre in Staike from 1 to The Hev. W. S. :McAliley.secretary testified. She said that at gunpoint of them followed Mrs Stailin! ; : lit JET "" MaduTREI I ': ST. XK. ATI. \ .,\ I >
be dismembeied or of the association. said .-.>ii >' .' >'.-, Home 4t. hg 1-'. I 11 I
shall not 1 "To get us out of the hole.Morgan .' j t p.m.. and from 5 to S p.m. she admitted acceptingmoney who was riding home with Mis .. ;.:1t'II" .". In tf.-IlK .
in the hunt area until he survey was conducted to pro- 'V__\1.1 I. Ot SM.K: .
divided Fannie T'. II i' I :
I Silcox. another emplov
the assl'ssf'd'aua.! will be at stayin 11.,0.Fil
!!: said Also on Saturday it from Mr Carter .. .
wildlife thV ministers with information I' ,: SAI.KVm.. .> 4 .tnd r.i Mit ""'-d M V
in |'-
a f jvide
hecked 1 and tagged by tion would have to be doubled. raibeits Store in Lawtey from 12 with him at hotels. and letting of the !store and Mss Silcox'sfather .- in-l.ill.itK.II: .\IH'I I ''fl tG"h' Kn. St-tt.nn: Up t

officer or check station operator. Another field for 'school ieven oon to 3 p.m. and from 5 to 7 I about the church interestsjof him paa doctor's bill for "los They left Mrs Carter'scar ; : fl.I"lllhFi..rk Il j11Judl 'll. "
I .J.I j P'1' : Tw.. |I-- ,Ir. > t ..
the children. The questionnaire I the I.- 1IT J .fa\lt' :1 I 1JX1 .. .i
she
parked near store
ue the superintendent suggested while in North CarrIma. '" !Ia '
'
p.m. I..itrd.- weie returned from about I ins" a baby If.'HLK .. "I :1"' 1 S' I I I
10. All stray or lost dogs found' ''would be an increased: shaie o' The units will not be in operation I As a matter of fact. Mrs said. t SuIVIiN j'l
J.500 of the more than l.stMJ I \\ H.\VK < h's'in furnished apart-
the will be impoundedand the tract funds. Under the on Monday. ::026.. but the testified. she couldn't All three of the defendantswere I' : fsIlI.l '
on aiea race Starling ntvnital.l f-ii or.ir IK- i ( ( ITT.\' : I: F' .1:

returned to the owner upon, ,present setup the racing mone- schedule will be resumed Tuesday. ; pUpil!. in the Starke elementaryand I have baties. I in the car when the liUMtif.j>.oil. .- V. >. r.-a'...nal.lvn 'U.1.I.I .. l.-il._ "nMr. s .,.1. t:..lt
I i( high; schools. picked Mrs. Starlinsr at the | ;n -d .an "' .". ,. N" p-- .. 'I"I EI 1.
payment of a $2 impoundment, I in the County. split among th' Nov. 27. at the Starke Hotel on The cards will be given to the I After this episode. Mrs. Starling I up V and ilrW 1..1'H N.Im.in.| :<> B-r.n..r "'..x. t.tW \.t. I" .' .

'nd maintenance fee. '!School Board. County Commissioners Call Street when free chest r-rays' aid.: the two women drove her Hoover residence. Mrs FaulVtestified. \r-<.li-.ii -i If hI| I' Smith III

11 Intoxicated persons wilrot I and hospital. 1 will be given from 10 am to' 1 1pm. 1I j ministers in the churches named :| back to Staike where they parked I They then drove hack | n ut 4T International) I lUiKol\ : 1:1: Tiur1.I"'r.' 'I't
work 'I
follow \I-J
ti I be used for up
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to hunt. V and from 2 to 6 p.m.Wednesday the plant and wrwined to the supermarket. and Mrs t,i l..n 111.k u;..iii rondilli.n. flrnl-I.1 houve > ..i 1 n> r ..t II'T'i.l : ," r,
be allowed Morgan said that in some counties I! near power I'all .
I the MeAli- Water stFoi ,
people. Jr.
.. | among young Shesaid Faulk got out to move hl'rmother's \ I. Thmiien I. alI t. I IL.
Faulk.
12 Anvehkle or other transportation the School Hoards get all of 1 said. I i again by Mrs.

device may b.! the racing He On \\'l'dnE'sdao\ 2s. the.. icy they then drove back tr (car which was badly ;, : !\.t t. "'IIn'il.l. party.1.1I .
t quotl'f'I ,
money. j About 25; Baptist churches mile city 4 .. .
"
parked according her testi- I \lra"ln. honif. "n. K4 IIIw.irk
limits Had Mfg. Co. 11' !
will be at Big
!searched for illegal game anti I | figures from the Florida Edue.r i : :'were 1'sted by the students Vithsome Hampton Lake. I i Imll-. \Vrymall down payment

i.r fish while in. entering 01! I tion Association Journal shOnrl I from 9 to 11 a.m.: and" at thE showing comparatively higli I. Mrs. Starling testified that: a' I mony I: -: -. \\'. IIllinan.. Starke \. will mail h \ui" i|.," '" -
Found Small issorsMrs. i t'. ITn
1.1 nn anii.
M 1f'hl s
[ amen1rl'a. l that Bradford $374 instrurtional RJK: colored school in Reno from this point Mrs Carter said. "I'v t-, ., I'. ,
leaving a Wildlife ana : gets per student enrollment. For the Pine Fauk: '.rean You imv ir.t.] \ '
said that she .0
'I I' to 3 stayedin \V\XTKI> MAX vi.ii with JM. ',, ". ,.,. .
p.m. mind to kill you right I -- for ful .r part \ $ ? "
good
unit from ra'infund" a o
i, ; ,
.\ : Lt\el Church. 94 children I .
Baptist
.' three of thE. her mother's car and 1rov" I Un.- a- Sineer r.pr. entati < 1.,11 v.u "I hUM.
On the la days "
thin--
13 Persons starting' wood:,;i { while Lafayette ('ounlIf't S1.C.V i were listed 4S for the Kingslej |I here. and asked. "Do you I around for some time finally \'" in Stark.ana StraiRlit.ni' \ .
.- 'hl'lille.0 '. 29-30. Dec 1. freirays I tiuuis.-r

{ \ I thewill find her if I throw her IiO&Oi,1IV | 'O. (
files or forest fires are liable t u' and Union gets n.;32I I :,- will be given at the StarkE: Lake Baptist. 44 'for the Hampton I ''in the lake?" I picking up Mrs Roberta Carte: ''I I 1I'hil" I \II.h.. 4".' X :Iar":"WIII" :1 i ( $1...' .111

prosecution. 1 In their program of educatin:, i Baptist. 52 for the An Part: on the !'treetlmt' pla<'e. They I! I.I. tn Kla 4t. hg .i
I Hotel from 10 to 1 am I I : '
a.m. p.m The plaintiff said that after ,4.111 fa1" 41'i .\' IM .
'VP 14. Hunt parti-: nts must l the public about the school'' chuich. 37 for Dayless Highway, continued to drive around in the i FII: s.i.rte.eirl..in ll.-ater I": 'nh..i. \\r'.
from 2 6 J1'
to
">ort their total hunting tai' problem. Morgan suggested that, I I p.m.I ,31 for North Side and 29 foi: leaving the lake the second timcthey I ram. she said. until they finally 11..nt i ...'JI'01 !!pa'," .. i.. 'l.r I'ln
r. The free chest x-rays are beinggven drove! to the forks near I'h"n. :J4-XV .'i I.:..; VV Madi-.n" "h. I I :-IVEa
station whet'the 1 teachers point out that th : Bethel found her mother. Mrs Buff
.t ;a checking 1 : under of th I i i St It.-he -
i joint auspices where they were met 1}' ,

le'iv'n'the' area. | cost per student per dais onl [State Board of Health. the Brad: : The figures for other denontina. Hampton Mrs Faulk and :Mrs Robert and Mrs Starling on a hack I'Fi'l: fE\T: -I',,' ... i-m an.l I c" ; .- I ,',. .! tl I.. ,j.r .

15 l1untineof deer fron 11''S1.25. "Thev couldn't even hire' ford County Health I Department ton included 42 for the Churclot l street ";:omewhere"she didn t 1 1'.Ih :q....r i'-'e' .:., furii- pro].. .t. O., n. ? ,. 'V
prohibited. : a baby sitter for that." he said: : : Christ. 30 for St Edward':i I farter. wife of a cousin of Maxi- I know just where If .1! ,0! t- i -. 'J.I..I., .. \ ,.. 'ni ,' ,.'!-" I 1"1.\ V I V
vehicles j.T.d the Bradford CountT.B.. t Carter ..,.niuMIIL, ,1. .1, ...,- .Iwn.| IV V' '
b not to mention :i i Roman Catholic. 22 for the Latter V It was then that her moth.- .
16. Vehicles shall not transportationbooks I( Health Ass'n An allollt'effort i:. -t.. 'rp'i-. .M .f V l'j.! V -"--
I Saints. 16 for : Ud A Big! I-aiieh x .. 1""!: K EM: \i, .. ,
as fcotahuct ,) and teachers. lmy Pentecosta:I expressed a desire to "do something" -! i .rJ V \-s IV. : 'ft i .I i
such manner { make this the .
a made to
in
r.nrfcm1 being larg ,
: 'a'ct this I V 5V I I V
She that at point h ".II V
I t. ,
roads or fire lanw': The teachers said that. the cst and most successful! surve; Holmesr. 15 for Episcopal and UI j V to get even with Iris bu \V I < ..5 .n.d.d ''' .11. j .r V V

should note th,> school problem is scheduled to )Ij I-. :'Vvet conducted this county fin the Highway Chapel. Mrs Faulk nrodu'-ed a pair 0'I not to hurt her. Mrs F' ulU: i I i o.r Si: I', ,,. ti. ., V
17 Hunters I in j !cissors: and Mrs. Carter and Mrs said i irit] fAa |I" r M<.,l-4. I -
r-inres and other danger'S j discussed extensively at the Hi Ji \\ uite Males it 111:11: \% \ 1.11. .:" iciI
.MI-OV i Ruff held her hands while Mr?
I "I..as ,
area s i School PTA meeting!, to be held 01 I fumbling in mv hag roj
These effort made
f'" '111' hunt area Spet n'l r being tiC J s'st that the male members of thE i Faulk cut her hair. She testifie- I" I I "," ON i.tin.i: \\ \TEf! ,',.1",1 .1 -
a cigarette and
and hunter,s; :tfl2 7 all white males abov, : | came across t i anil .r. f, .
,, r h.> posted tvourage family take advantage of the h.u-\I I.
I I op. that Mrs Carter wanted! t' .
j again little pair of blunt scissors belonging nit "\1\1. 1IU'1" o. "h..n. ::" VI
-r.uuld I' .> discretion before en- la sears of age to take adxantagiif .' port unity while ,the mobile unit;; pour acid on her ''I I i i1
Guard t the survey and receive a fre' are in the j to one of my children. \ 1"I...,.: u h.m.-- inIrr.ii ,; i.., ,? 5,: (5.0 FuuI: s.rr.u: -- 1-u.s: '. ,
Inspection .
them county
teiing 1 Durinr this epode'! Mrs Star .
Mrs .
Faulk testifed. She saidV ; lt : high|: 1..1. .,' \ \\ V
chest x-ray. i Dr. Cox-mgton pointed out thai[ 'I' .
linesaid.
Mrs. Roberta Cart
she gave them to her mother, I .
The Starke National Guai..i "Almost half of tuberculosi S i t bercuosis! is spread from th< ifd'ltuyr. %Vaitng F .r I
1 Lecged Parakeet !I 'tood hv and "had a War laugh aj saying: "These can't hurt her i.i"orat.i.rr.iwrtv f'ui: FfNTr: .
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1! unit was rated "in good shane 1 found is in the white male.: Dr'. sick to the well. and that a person .. I j if comebodtold a riddle. but it will hurt her pride" I 11.1 t x.' ti r,. ", I,." ..1. V V

M" < i T. 'V ., nf :.:36ct \\t11111 I V bv Lt. Col.! Robert V Link afte !: A V Y. Covington. county health of-I I can have the disease and nol[ I During the night's events. :Mrs I Mrs Nancy Mrs. Star 1- I.l.! Ig A \.1.11-11 i ,"", 'h"J ': .I,_ \.10 r.. ,. ,
,
hi I battalion j ficer. points out. "In our previoui S i : know it. "Xra'ill detect tuber.. I Cal; \ IkeSI k.' n.,' .'.
I ; 1'1"\11"\ T'lesili'\ that 'lie .4 a inspection Monda; j p Pfrnrlme\ said she wa" hit on thE. I ling's mother. and Linda St.n- .1 hut II.1' : .

I found! :> on"-legged! r-irafceet i ii il n' nicht I surveys about twice as man;" i jdilosir. before symptoms appears temple! with the hair clippersj V ling, her ab tit : i ,1'. I.r.-..V I- ,. ntKKXT ,. ,
tetlfie I .
'alli.ohf' said the bird i Ii Col Link battalion comm.mde. jvomen: have been x-rayed amen" :i.aiid many lives have been savet'as I j and! her head has hurt bruises daugter. I Martin roo r urr... V
\ continu- condition
n V nervous : !, V\ 7 .. '...V Klili Fruithop VI .1. ,,:.
I
the apparently hai.sii s said that only minor discrepmcienete V Dr. Covington uiges th a result of the disease beiaj '! ouslv j.
blue and leg V I ever since.She I of Mrs Starling when sMcI : i \\ !1 V r.'i .1 l'
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; for some tim. ->m'C poted hv members of t',. women to continue this mtere-.t found and treated m early taes'lie : said! that returned home -i't; & .
I Ilf'e !:: Mr Carter trdci1.r !I that nightD" ;. ".' ',. .
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