Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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To The Victors A Trophy



Official County Publication Established In 1879

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t'}.. I '..!. :;. A 1r flI' ing taken carp of this \\(' ;| In Assault Case

I : i. t .4f l, ij.r' il"I fine of ;50 was le\ jet! a amt Stanley \"eg-el.> a Starke assure a gay. welcome for : I

t.t.; ,J.l. '. .,, .:...1{;;,. J used car dealer for contempt of court after Circuit Judge t.i 'I.uis. who will the nrr \10:30 t' intarke
1 Saturday on
., ).; :.-4'... ....;.. t George L Patten ruled that Noegel's activities interfered Penalties
j. i'! train. The reser\ations h.i\e i Levied Against Mrs.
;"4\: : ':f4 ,,, with the aggravated assault: case against Mrs Effie Carter. all been doubly confirmed Carter,
.w\ .
: 1 Mrs. Jewell Faulk and :Mrs. Edith Ruff. (hamher of Commerce officials Mrs. Faulk ; Mrs. Buff Put On Probation

:. Xoegel. 31, was i barged with reMrted a 11I1"ta'o; headquarters -

-- ., .. By City Council offt'rinIrs.. Iris Starling, complaining |
.. I ha'. reported th.itSt.irKe Two
womenu'n- fined and third
ha' a on !b'
i II witness in the case sums : is tl'tinitt1on his put probation: t
1iL : I of $,;00, $600 and 1,00ft,( to droll hedule. i i Circuit .Judge T.eorjrt-1 I. Patten Tueday as he denied a m.\,

';_: I I tq ... 'I Bids Received the case and leave the Ktate The jolly old! fellow i is slated trial to the trio convicted Nov 21 of aggravated l asa:'

j ; .._...;_ '" :'::. u. ,. ( i : Judge Patten also gave Xoege'a to Murk from the train at :ujrain )Irs. Iris Starling during a night ride on Oct .">

__ & [ 4 > 1.t I sentence of 30 days in the tin- 'all St. ('rossing. If the Mrs Effie Carter It5 wo* fin, '
On Fire County jail. but suspended the be his i''In I Rape Case 1.500
i I c\cut ran judged by arrival or one
year in
h. '
The Bradford High >< hl Tornadoes recehe the rewards fur their brilliant display of football oil'' prison
last crowd daughter, Mrs.
3 ear a Wallat
the Rridiron:; Friday iiiRbt when they became the new :Stnrwbcrrj' Bowl champions by defeating the Jt'fI I "I don't think the defendant of FaulK. ?'
should he
of youngsters on j Jacksonville, '
was fined $;..1) ,
f.-rsoii High Tigers 7-6. Tornado Captain Joe Harden accepts the trophin I* half of the team from The City Cuundl Monda I had any bad intentions," Judg.> hand to welcome him. Plea Changed six months in prison and Mrs r

.Jerome Johns, FIKs Club bowl chairman. Looking on are ('oadll''; -nnard It'gitt'r.llntull Criswell began the study of fire Patten said in handing down his The Cli.inildT officials said I Carter's sister Mrs. Edith
bids were opened and Kuf

ami Clifford MtGriff. _ _ _ _ _ _ tives of three of the four decision, "bul his actions did interfere that Santa has promised to M, of Jacksonville was pa.-! '
flies bids with the process of the tcouxtr. | bring a large sa<'K of candy' To Guilty On under probation for one rear

DEFEATS MONTICELLO 7-6 talks submitting on their machines. ." The judge added that | with him for all of the children. i Judged Patten turned down

this cannot be allowed 01 condoned -' I without

The Councilmen by the courts. Santa will be guest of honor I a new trial comment submitted the motion f'r>

I will seek to reach a "When anything is done to interfere in a parade whiih will get underway Lesser Charge i Douglas, attorney for by 7.1 i-

BHS Bowl I i the issue within 30 I with the orderly process'! the thro
Champs as soon us can be women.
: members, Mrs. Ruby : of justice a wrong is done," hi.tid. I' escorted from the traIn to Ple\i.1:
I. E. Clark said that they I I I'I A 2.1-ear-old man who filed notice that !h,>
I the parade's starting point uti ously had pleaded not guilty te would: appeal the case to .
fro along with the wishes I a hi,;n"-r
On the witness sland. Noege1 i
the fair 1
I ground11w march-
The Bradford High Tornadoe Chief DV.. Carpenter on j' raping a 17-year-old Negro girl I Mrs. Carter was relent)
i II admitted: that he had tried Ir !! ('rnil! down Temple Ilt'I !
l last week took posse'-non of th j COMPROMISEThe I I l lection of a truck. persuade Mrs Starling to get together j I flue, turn go left at 'all street- Tuesday Circuit Court pleaded under $2,000$1,000: bond and Mrs Faulkunder
Elected guilty to asrauit! bond.
Shuford with intent tr
them Straw- "If we can't trust the '
trophy signifying as i with the attorneys andsettle
right on Thompson right 1
berry Bowl champions for the positions on a 1It'firt' know about such matters 'I the case out of courts. But Madison and right on \\"alnu'on commit rape. The changed pleading The three were found guilty!
i I by a
second annual I Johns said "who can we i was accepted by State Ali man jury after a storm\
game sponsored t ru'ku'rt. dearly outlined at he denied that these activities whidi will
they march lurk
To 5th Terra As the Starke Elks Club. j I Joe Andrews III stood i torney T. E. by I the Cit) ('ount II III1't'tingIon: were conducted with any criminal to the starting point. i
The Tornadoes clock .. j I his advocacy of a I i George L Patten ordered i accused them of beating
displayed cia, Mrs. Ruby Johns was in tS intent. but merely as a friendly Santa will ride atoll the fir her.
work football as they breezed I fax or of the 1,000 gallon pump trutk in oppotion to I gesture to save a neigh'oo'"from !: t nJl'kit h fipr..it a pre-sentence investigation -i cutting her hair an.j thrc it!
I' ) helpers of the man James II |i enmg her life and the life
Mayor Of LawteyIn through Jefferson High Tigers er and Joe Andrews III fa\or(1 opinion that only a I so much embarrassment" I on hand to assist him in iass- Bryant daughter ot b.T
I ] while
for an early touchdown and went (' a less expenshe truck. I pumper will seive the 'I Xoegel was represented by Zack: I ing out the rantl).. I Sampson by City.Zach Bryant warrepresented I of dating Maxie they Carter accused her

on to win by a one point n.ai.in. ButIr.: ... Johns got in the Starke. Douglas. Jacksonville Attorney | The parade will lie led by j Douglas Carter's Sr. Mrs
Jac' husband
Lawtey's city election Tuesday 7-6. List word in the discussion I Andrews has said that 'I I The testimony brought out that | the high school band and the i I! ksonville attorney. her on while takm,,
Bryant an automobile
termed the "hottest" on re- The enthurtasm of the ball when she siiid: "Well, I hopethat should buy as inexpensive Mrs. Starling's parents, Mr. and t I American Legion color guard i was accused of attacking ride t.
the girl on a dirt road Lake.
-ord for that small north Brad- game was still evident as the : we get the 1,000 gallon I of fire apparatus as it Mrs. Alver Cassel had beer ; and! will participated In by :, nearSampson

ford town, Charles R. Shuford players and cheerleaders were I truck but never haw to use it will meet insurance '%" ; neighbors to Xoegel for many !I I'C' organizations: clubs, and City after driving he The women testified that noth

vas elected to his fifth one-year treated to an awards banquet by I so that you can say 'I told you requirements in the light years. j I nien-liants in :Starke, II and a girl friend from their ing more serious happened to
almost the Elks club the 41':' city's financial situation. homes in Lawtey on the pretena" Mrs. Starling than a few "spitCurls"
term as mayor, defeating following gameA I The barges brought against i
two to one his opponent. Cecil Monticello back and a Strkc I W. H. (Billy) Xoegel | of hiring them to wash baby dia- being cut from her hair
by State Attorney T.: E 1
It. Whitehead. The vote was: lineman were named the outstand- II I he is oppose to buying (Ted) Duncan said that Noeg&otfe'iecj ,: Jails Lack Space : pers. when Mrs. Carter became provoked

Shuford 134, Whitehead 72. ing players by the coaches and truck, but that if the 8)I" Mrs. Starling $500 or $600on Bryant was arrested in a Starkr by the threatened breakup 01
I Commissioners cilmen overrule him ; beer hall after driving the 1 her home.
By girl
referees for their formance.= Xov. i
Whitehead will retain hia poston pei 15 and 16 to drop the
I should get one that will I : back. The other girl: an 18-year- During the trIal Douglas tried
the Lawtey city council from in the ball game case again Mrs. Carter. !..IrsI[For (
sen-ice for to Young Woman 1 old, had gone to a house to impeach Mrs. Stalling
which he did not resign in orderto The backfield honors went taJaek many years Buff and Mrs. Faulk and leave I IA 1 nearby ; testimony

run for mayor. Bulloch, speedy Monticello1 i Private Jobs The bids which the I the state. He was also charged 1 j and gotten a ride back to Law that she had never dated

whose accurate received on a 1,000 gallon I !I tey I Carter, but was not permitted to
I). B. t Hick Thomas for the tailback pa-vsin" with offering her $1.000 on Nov 19-year-old girl convicted ofidsorderly r pursue
er were: Peter Pirsch, \ In questioning along this
the and ; other actions this week line
brought Tiger score 17.
The !
lourth time won out over W. P. three women were convicted I conduct in Mayor'Court i i after
American-LaFrance, $19-1 ; I Judge Patten levied sentences Judge Patten rule it irrelevant
whose running brought biggest of or-
Kemp to retain his post as i By County Hit aggravated assault I Monday said she preferred } .
$19,500 and I Douglas used this
graves seven who
part of the Jefferson High against Mrs. five men been pleaded a.ihis
Lawtey marshall. The vote was: Starling on a night spending days in jail to pay chief
995.10. Representatives of in argument for
guilty court last month. a new
Thomas 122 Kemp 83. yards gained. ride on Oct. 15, during which Mrs ing a $25 fine but there was trial.
The trophy for the outstanding the companies except ( Carter accused her of "dating"her no room for her In-the jails so Leroy Addiaon was swnteneec1

\V F (Fred) Moore led the lineman of the evening went to Charges that County equipment: on hand to explain to the husband, Ma-xie Carter. The Mayor \V. T. Jackson turned her to two years in the state penitentiary .

ticket in the council race with Tornado Guard Joe labor were uad to fill in at men the advantages of for auto theft Lack
114 votes. B. F: Reddish was Harden captain : ana trial wa<-, held Nov. 2021. loose after she promised to pay with the 01 InterestIn
of the Tornado squad, who least one Lawtey man's yard I chines. Mrs. "the fine later. recommendation that his term be
second with 107. will Starling testified that orXov.
high They : discouraged Tiger play with dirt touched off a discussion In other action the served in the Appalachee Correct
many The ,
begin their two-year terms when 15 Noegel came to her parenl's .gil'I Mrs. Dorothy Starling, Tax Talk HitGene
with his hardhitting tackles Thi by the Bradford County Commissioners cusred the erection of a tional Institute Charles Thompson I
came into
court the -
the council reorganizes Jan. 7. house where r.he was staying as complaining -
of to curb line to service houses ,
Elks Club also presented .mall Monday ways I and witness against another charged with stealing an'
began talking about thr woI
Incumbent councilman Mitchell silver footballs to all of the pl.1Y'prs this practice.H. U. S. 301. Surveyor "Carter case" after asking if her I man. Evelyn Robinson, who was auto from the Hardy Brother.' Long. chairman of tne
Brown lost his bid for reelection Millan\ showed the Motor Bradford County Citizens
on both teams. A. (Buddy) Bishop Jr. said :: father could mow his lawn. She (hargedth fighting. After hearing Co. with Addison was placed Tax
coming in third with 92 Elks Club officials estimated that several citizens had com. the proposed location of quoted he "hat I both of the girls tell their I on probation for three years. Council, struck at the "lack of interest" -
Noegel as saying
votes. Milo Smith trailed with 53. that about 750 fans braved the plained to him about private and the members gave ed to the ersions of a fight which took i Two Navy dercrters, Clair C in the project as only five
see into the
case of
Mrs. Ethel Reddish unopposedu cold weather to watch the game.Procef'ds work being done with Countymaterials ; to Power Supt. Riley court" because of the go r.'ander. I place in a Starke beer hall Pehl Jr. and Duane Dikeman last the 21 members show up for
her bid for re-election as city the purchase of I I Thursday's meeting.
from the contest will goto in Lawtey bringing out Fhe testified that Xoegel said I Mayor Jackson book I'dfrs.. Star were each sentenced to two yearsat

lerk, polled a complimentary local charities and the Harry the name of Dick Thomas as the: the project. "Mr. Carter would $500 ling for disorderly conduct. I hard labor for stealing a cat Since citizens are continually
give me or
vote of 150.Indicating. Anna Crippled Home in Monticello. target of most of the complaints I The Council promised !i last month from in front of .- complaining about taxes, Long
tPt Miss Robinson, a waitress
who $600 to drop it and go back lo i iI m : said, "i can't understand
the keen interest I Other (commissioners told of Hartman owns Xorth Carolina." She that another beer establishment said hotel in Starke. why they
aroused by the election was the north Temple Ave., that said stay away when they have
The Tornadoes maix-hed for P similar complaints charging thata I on the next day Xoegel brought I I that Mrs. Starling started argu Robert Eugene Norman, 18, wa, and place to a time
fact that 217 votes were cast touchdown the first time of I vestigation would be sentenced to two express their ideas
they got large portion Thomas' yardhad her father home about 4:30: bu* ing with her because she had years for stealing They should
almost 80 per cent of the 276 the requirements for a be down here discussing -
ball Monticellr car from
the after pushing been filled in with dirt at : did not come into the house. Dun refused to serve her beer in the Ratliffs USE'lfCar the matter"
voters registered on the Lawtey I road in the rear of Jus lot
back to their 5 yard line and County expense. can was in the house with herat I rlace that she worked. on Oct. 18. Judge Patter
IJoOks. Hartman .'lid that he recommended
to kick. that
forcing them Carl Prevail commissioner from I that time, she said, and Xoe I Mrs. Starling testified that Miss Norman be
'I remember election tho land for a lift station to sent to Appalachee I A mating of .
can one The drive spearheaded by LaWtl')' district, admitted that ahemendous gel came after the state attorney Robinson jerked her off of a the Bradford
when we didn't have but 22 votes brilliant running of Halfback VarPrescott amount of dirt has five years ago! in left. John Henry Lane and Henr I County Citizen's Tax: Council
stool and
cast Hubbard observed I the promise that a road began fighting and Portis Mill be held
Harley and Halfback HaroU1 Negroes were placed today (Friday) at
been moved into Thomas' OP
yard. At that time, she said, Xoege'wanled pulling her hair. The girls were
be claimed that
cut. He 'I 3
after the counting closed Tuesday I Godwin pushed down to tho 9 Bishop urged that the Commissioners probation for three years. Both p. m. in the courtroom of the
had not lived to its to know her decision and srparaled by some men in the had Courthouse.
up pleaded
night yard line from where Godwin guilty to
take to abolish such aggravate'ansault.
steps The road is'ery rough she told him sHe "\\'arci't interest pace and Mrs. Starling went to Council:
cracke,! over for the score. It I Chairman urged all
and made motion
practices a comes flooded, he said. ed In $500 or $600. She said that I the sheriffs office to lodge 1. members and
Godwin for thr interested
was over again citizens,
School Problem which would prohibit private he returned and said 1 |complaint. City police notified
S. R. Hicks, city on Saturday were to attend.
extra point.Monticello work by the County. The motionwas 70 Pet. \ I
recorded its onl-, said the road has been Carter was willing to give $1,000 and Miss Robinson placed of Taxes

Told Rotarians seconded by Commissioner and repaired during the if she would drop the case, not I under $25 bond. ,I t
score late in the second quartetwhen Long
Lawton Crawford, but I raid that two
County: (Continued on Page (Continued on Page 8)) The waitress pleaded guilty to Are CollectedTax I members of
Bullock slipped a 21yardpass the State
Clerk Charles Darby reminded I j fighting and forfeited the bond. Tax Council--D. H
Mrs. Edward A Hall, a mem to blocking back Bobby: the Commissioners that similar I Stynchcomb and \v. T.
She denied that she jerked Mrs.i Davisaawell
ber of the school division of th Smith. Bullock failed to make I ules laid down in the past had I County Joins In Bid For Aid In StudyOf i i Starling from the stool. Collector J. R. Kelly this: as City Council members and

local Citizens Tax Council wa? the extra point on a run. not been very effective. : After Mayor Jackson levied week reported that about 70 percent interested citizens had been expected -

guest speaker at the Rotary Club Late in the first quarter. tho I of the tax roll at last
the discussion the Com was collected
During I Thursday's
I the penalty of $25 or five days
Wednesday, outlining some o| th' TO nadoes began a drive in which]I missioners brought up the question Low Water\ Level In Lake Region (1 Mrs. Starling said that although I .during November the first month "I am vry much disappointedthat
of the the19 bu of collections. I
need. to
present and future I they pushed up : "What constitutes private I she could obtain the shejpieferred I more people did not come,"

county school system. She said wen rr-t back again to the 3* work?" Prevatt said that along staying in jail money because!'I t!, Kelly said that about $150000;I Long said. He noted with an ironic

that additional tax revenue Will from where Gary Bennett kicked 'I'' of the $215,000 tax roll has I smile that tax
joined beer
with dirt for Thomas' yard. dirt The Bradford County Commissioners Monday aprogram "I haven't done anything." 1 officials of
have to come from some source if to the 50 yard line. I { brought in so far. A little other counties had
had also beenhauled for driveways to launch a study of remedies for the shrinking i She Was taken to the County more planned to visit
Bradford County is to continue In the third quarter the BH? than $6,000 was discounted i the Bradford because
along U.S. 301 and road- water line in the lakes in the lake region of the area as they jail because the City jail was i at group their
that backs broke loose for of 1:? the i
having a school system runs per cent rate given for Xoveinber I efforts at organization had "not
to homes. The Commissioners -
ways and had I
assistance in the several
ranks near the top. i and 20 yards and pushed down .r that this signed an application for Federal project. I occupied by men payers met the same enthusiasm as had
the 10 where I generally agreed State Sen. Tom Adams of Clay and Baker counties, r.o accommodations for a woman I For I
The Citizens Council will study i Tiger yard line r type of work could properly be But the brought her those paying; in Decemoer been displayed here.

the problem and will make its i, fumble by Prescott was recovered carried on by the County. presenting the case for the petition. said the cooperationall policemen a 3 per cent discount Will be
back with the that the
report, along with all other Flor I jby the Tigers. of the counties of the lake region is needed or "the I report ', given, in January 2 per cent I'Recent BirthSgt.
Bishop said that a good rule fora County jail was also filled I to I
ida counties. to the next session: 11 Both teams seemed prinu-,1 tr Commissioner to follow when I area will get no permanent relief." such an extent that suitable accommodatIOns I February 1 per cent, and in March! |i
of the State Legislature. vindicate the 0-0 score in which nothing. Those paying after and Mrs. A. W Chapman
confronted with requests for such The application for assistance j I"I"is weren't available.! April
The speaker was introduced bv i i the regular season game betv eer c canals Adams said. ; 1 will be penalized I, of Ft. Benmng. Ga. announce the
work is: "If it is questionable be signed by the commissioners said she would
H. P Morgan superintendent of the two squads ended early in the to Any action of this type would I Mrs. Starling pay arrival of a daughter born Dec. :S'
whether it is right or of the four counties -- the fine "if I have to." I
wrong. Mayor
public instruction who had charge | season The Tornadoes played! |\have to win the approval of the
leave it alone." Bradford, Clay. Putnam and Jackson let her and told her
before instituted go
1 -"ired ball Commissioners being
of the program. ] up all dunn? the game : Knight Vs. Wiggins
"Somebody's to sue us Alachua and the soil conser- to the fine soon as she I
going as
J O Gay gave a classificationtalk and d'spite :'i* ipeea and weight he pointed out. The action :- pay
advantages oxer this issue one of these days" ration leaders in these Counties. I this week merely started the could raise it.
')fl insurance im>sossed bv the T i.
(Continued on Page Si. Bshop said. This idea was challenged The project is aimed at relievIng process to obtain the survey I "If you didn't frequent these .

by M O. Harrell who not only the threatened work. i I places, .;'m wouldn't gel into all $100,000 Damage Suit DismissedAs

said the danger of a suit was ing up of the lakes as now dry-I' : this trouble" the mayor advised
The application signed by the
Analysis Of City FinancesIs I shf-hl because "very few people but also flood conditions Commissioners pictured the lake |,as the young woman left

I in the County haven't had some- occured in the 1940s. The first : ,
thing done" \ Adams said. will be for : region area "at an all time low" Alleged Statements Retracted
Asked As Article Hit step engineers to survey the area, with many people moving out New Patrol Car

and many forced to dig wells.

<. vtv CIl"'Ii t'ar! Johns Mondax' eli approved //Pecan Auction \studying and other the factors underground in the streams stabilization -i iI This picture was contrasted: I State supplied Trooper recently Carlos with Musgrovewas one of A $100,000 civil suit for damages ] rode as witnesses to the statement

'tight criticized a Telegraph art- The substan of the arti.le W.K of theater levels and with the situation in 1941 when ..1 j brought by Hollis V. Knight i Wiggins denied the chargesIn I
I : the new Highway Patrol cars!
"ie about ,the recent audit reportof : not attacked. but the Councilmen: I Good quality nuts at the Starke recommend the proper action to I the pastures timberland and which are not si easily recognized Starke attorney, against M. F'|I a signed statement dated
homes floods in
the uu ruunces as "bad pub- i seemed com-erned I were damaged by / I'attlemanI
< over the impression State Farmer's Market's pecan insure a constant level. the as police cars as were the older ( Wiggin.c New River Nov 27, Wiggins said
Wit I which the article would! I I area. i was dismissed Tue"dabv Circuit i iI
auction last Thursday ransed in: Adams said the water levels in models. "Reputable witnesses state thatin
The lakes be stabilized 1
Tht C'oun"11greeJ! to) a sug- make on taxpayers and inlerest-- price.from 16 1-2 cents to 20 cent I "the lakes are falling now becausethe control structures can the application by( Musgrove said: thai despite the i Judge G. L. Patten. Each party !Ii the heal of the recent polilicalcampaign

sjeslion b\ Johns that Auditor concerned with the city's finan: with one lot of Mahanr, bringing water is going to feed under- said. cut down on distinguishing mark: i i to the suit was ordered to bear t I made remarks re-

ieorg. \\' Dandelake be asked to ces.The 30 cents per pound. I ground streams. "The lakes have ings, the rate of arrests hasn't !, costs and expenses involved. j fleclmg upon your services to the
orenar- an : of the audtinu city clerk said that the ar.I In other action the Commis- I Dismissal of the suit was asked
analysis -
During the sale 11.255:! pound*I i holes m the bottoms." he said. jumped to any marked degree j county as to the fees that you t
thai the be -I tide had brought worried &oners; accepted a deed from "by the concerned after
analysis publisno queries Were oCfl'redith 1.506 pound. rejected -I Remedies which might be proposed The drivers know the new carr parties received from Bradford County.I .
o ,I from citizens about higher taxes because of and I Guy Andrews to a road leading Wiggm-t signed a written retrac- have no recollection of
quality such
I by the engineers could include are on the road and keep a look- any i
j I He said that the financial a'tua- | to a tract of land on the eastside tion of the statements attributed i
( ,hknwas remarks, and If
n 'rl1 the article I| price. dams spillways locks and out for them, the trooper raid any such remarks
headlined. "Official tion is rapidly Improving and I Range and variety last week: of Santa Fe Lake which I he 1to him by Knight. j were made they were unwarranted -
Aud.tj I
-' Backs Ip C..unciIrnen'Claim"j that worries about boosts in taxes, were: intends to develop. C of C Meeting In his bill of complaint Knight in fact, and were not inten 'I

are unfounded. Curtis. 19 to 20; Seedlings IS to I County Attorney Mack Futch had charged that on May 17. tional.

That i \ of Starke: Is Bmke." I I Bycomparing the financial I IS 1-2:!: Stuarts. 17 to IS: Good Stores Open told the Commissioners that the A Chamber of Commerce meet. j 1956 Wiggins, then a candidate "In fairness to you r wish to I

Tohns lan1) hat the money picture i picture as shown In the audit report j Nuts Unknown and Presidents I suit to obtain the road to Rowell ing will be held at 12:15 p. m 1'fo" County Commissioner. Dis- 'ate that since the campaign I

for the i. t\ I. n't as black as the with the situation a year' ', IS; Frochers. 16 1-2 to 19: Terch. Starke stores will remain open Lake for public use has been Tuesday, Dec. 11 at the Garden I i Uiet 5, said (concerning Knight I i have fully informed myself, and I

ar'u'u 'heated. To back up his 'I Istatemeu's I ago, and outlining the prospects: Randalls and Money Makers, 8 to I I all day for the next Iwo Wednesdays -I filed. The owner of the property: Restaurant, Mrs. Marian Howe C::' j "He is robbing the County. He : that your services to the county I

he pointed out at the for the future the auditor's analysis 'I 15: Big Xuts 17 to IS: Van Demons I Dec. 1219. During the!I J. M. Edwards has until Jan. of C manager said this week. {t draws $2,000 a month attorney's' appear to have been efficient, I

neetiny tint the city has $21iKXl ,- should give a brighter picture. IS to 19 1-2; Mixed 15 1-2 I I 23 to file a defense, Futch said, Mrs Howe say that James W fees from the county. He should! your salary from the county was
,n :a.' '.ink and is able to pay than hm been Johns, to IS entire week of Dec 1 i throu '1'i and the suit will probably be hand lo,!: be :
I reported' i : Brantley and Kennedy. 17: Kims; will again be on i fired. S25 a month. and the fees you !

__ W W<> .<: bls! whuh the Coun- said to 19. and Mah'an 3i). 1 1 Dt'c.I.::! the stores will rema.ni: i' heard in the spring term of Cirt : ., d'scwplan,; for the Starke centennial I In his deposition. Knight namedS charged the county for addilional !

open until 7pm uit Court A Weldon Jr and Edwin To- services were reasonable !



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editorialStudy 3 4 Farmer's DiaryBy SERVICE MEN Saving Bond SalesIn chairman of the Bradford County probate action unne-ce"s.ry to establish ,!

4 Savings Bonds Volunteer Committee 4 t
5 Sam McGan< Bonds may be rep!.u ed a i:Lo;,.:
New Taxes -- Yes; o1f E and H Si\ngs Bond advantages: cost if lost stolen, or tn<>nv' ,.> \
1 4 runs into it. They both work off. In Bradford County have totaled The investor pays no brokeragefee t
Arthur is with the SUD, while: $7,970 ; destroyed."It
for the
first ten monthsof
But Study Economy, Too 4 Mrs. McRae teacher school n Pvt. James C Xorman, son ofMr. this year, a 5.89 per cent increase There is no possibility of loss should be renie.t!V-xu .t'.-- t

Starke.. They are getting readyto over the $' through market fluctuation; that Bonds ., ,' !
and Mrs J.'. M Xorman 3,073 invested Savings earn :u -
4 Jr., of
One of the significant facts contained in tile plant some Pensacola Bahia. in bonds Cash idlue immediately! avalib -
dUllngtht same perll: antee as t" both pr:m :.pai .i ,d r'- ,
income report on Bradford ,County, released re- and intend to have their whole Rt 2. Starke recently graduated 19j. :f t\,ii rlths: liter issue dar
ctntlj by the University of Florida's Bureau of I place in permanent pastures. form the parts supply course at in it nmmr'. .: !Kin:'. serest ,'..uamt ;: 'r IS hli:. ,..' 11, -

Economic and Business Research; i is that"government" .. We're going back again; sometimeand the Army's Armor Training In rt't.'III1:1l"lp1:: Si\ ,nt:, IJ) ,', : l'r.r J,',r : 0 -",1:10 I ,'I.,' ., .r'i! -hri-c.tS: ; .': ::1,' ,'.b,' (

of income. .. try for a picture of two marer Center, Fort Knox Ky. Duringthe as an .m" -:ion: S f I. P"'k I J',t fI, : ..,: -,1' It on r: .Ih,.., ,. '. '.i,!- MP,., ;, o' 'u1U.
is our largest source
they have eight-week course he was .
According to the fibres listed (covering trained: in stock control and storage I
We had a nice is.tt last week -"--
the jerKx! 1H50-5J; ), government heads all other Went over toward New River procedures Pvt Xorman .P.'V. -""

sources of income in Bradford, supplying 35; .28 with one of our favorites, Mrs. hunting for the section we had graduated from BHs in 1951 and

percent, with retail and wholesale trades second Mary \\Tutehead of fUiford, who vir.ted Jessie Lee Lazenby a longtime was employed by Slade Gi, Co BARKSDALE9P

with 14.81 per ant. Manufacturing supplied 9.83 recently: celebrated her 91th birth ago'e hunted all onT before entering the ser\" l'cs. hits

per cent mining and fisheries 68. and agriculture day. She is.a very fine person: New Paver, and were just about wife. George Ann, lives at At'an-
ready to when tic Beach
give up we found
and the first
trailed with G05.; great-great-great
that the old house where Jes..iehad
This information should prove useful to those heard grandmother about. we ever met or lived had been torn down,

who are now studying the possibilities of increasing % and a new home erected. Xo won- Cpl John J. Mae. son of Mrs

the county's income by taxation. Alice was in a floral 7th heav- der we couln't find. it' Olive L. Maze of tarke, recently ,.
One of the factors that inflates the ratio of ('n last week when we took a took part in a field training exercise Peciafls

government employees in this county undoubtedlyis trip to Lake Butler to see Joe hillWilliams' While searching we went up plane with the 11th Airborne Division -
to the home of J. L. (Lacyt in Germany. Cpl. Maze entetrdthe
camellias. He has thousands
the number of employees at the State Prison. -
Johns but there was no one homeat Army in Jan. 1952 and was
number of on old of them, and an estimated
Another is the large persons the time. Alice particularly last stationed at Fort Campbell
140 varieties. We walked around
age assistance welfare, 'and pensions of various the Williams' and noticed a camellia bush out front Ky: He is a squad leader in the
kinds. There are, of course, the usual number at the beauty nursery of the place, the largest she had ever seen division's 511th Inf. Regt
school and municipal employees We'll have to go back there again.
of county employees, which, incidentally, belonged to
and those in various state and federal his grandfather Joseph L. Hill .

agencies. Add all these together, and the fact that one time Bradford County Super- While passing Floyd Wiggins' Eddie L Thomas, yin of Mrs Selection Ladies

one in every third income in the county is derived intendent of Schools. Alice came home, we saw Floyd coming out to. Matilda Thomas of Starke. was ,98k
the road, and we stopped and examined
from go\ernment" becomes more plausible. home with a whole bunch of the recently: promoted to specialist
blooms, and we hate most of a very fine stand of giant third class while serving with the
It means, of course, that for every three persons them left Stnata Crotalaria that he has in 70th Field Artillery Battalion in (( DRESSESCOATS

: earning an income in the county, two out of yet.* a field across from his home. Germany. lie has been overseassince *

the three are having to earn enough money to Sure, and there's Floyd was looking at the seed to Jan. 1955, after taking basic 6-1k4\
support the third This is not to saythat the maverick in the poorlittle see if it will be fit to save for training at Fort Chaffee Ark. lie
Count- next year when he want to plan! former of Starke Builders / \ >
third who is paid is emploje f
contribution of person, that we feel sorry for Seem* 120: acres of it. ?
from government sources, is not a real one and that Foster Shi and Mary Ann Supply. : .
that he does not work sufficiently hard to earn Smith felt in a very frivolous Went with the Wig il1!", s to :AM

his money. But we do question how long our mood, and they named one of their farm and learned that Floyd CIHTtCJI OF a"m GOD, Morning
School 10 -
continue in this direction without their new calves for Sam. As likes to Keep Bantam chickens Sunday
can 1,11"r
economy WorshIp. 11 a. m. Sunday SUITS
Poster ,
under the strain. is quite a joker. Sam He had a whole mess of themSja \\
breaking asked if the poor sorry thing ha-1 Brights) and while telling us about Evening Service. 7:45: p. m. YPE \,
that 7 45
Already there is widespread speculation two heads or what else was the them. Mrs went on Service Wednesday : p. m.
will be at the forthcoming Pi..>er Meeting Fndav., 7:15 p. m
new taxes passed matter with it, but all Foster 'to say that the reason he didn'tget '
session of the State Legislature to finance Flori would do ifi laugh. Now we'll haw more eggs: from them f, because 1.\\n:; Morn Selection i I I I Selection fIffli'S \
Sunday School. 10 a. m. Extra SPECIAL !
da's expanding economy One possibility is to visit the Smith's pasture and most of them are roosters
that prestnt exemptions will be eliminated mak- let Sam look at Sam. in g Worship 11 a, m. YPR Ser LADIES! I PANTS
!t"e Saturday 7:30 p m.
ing Florida's three per cent sales tax apply on lie showed us 100-acre field
"across the board" More cold weather this week. of rye he has planted, and said DRESSbS P'.J! """ '
everything -
but no killing frost yet, althoughit that he had a man who turned the 1 Qt /
Florida is growing rapidly and with that did nip the plants by the! land and plants the field in rye t i state must increase. The same house some. The let know GAY'SHome .J : J &:
growth, expenses cows us in only eight days and two hours / "'I' ) ;Z
thing i is true, of course, on the county level. But that the grass is about gone and Sounds like awful fast work to 1Y PRiC \ l' r;( : .

new taxes once imposed, are seldom removed. now we're feeding them loirx us. Appliances :2 L :;:lf \v f :iL\*'i !i I'ajonand Ml \\ .x>l>

and history reminds us that nations in the past dairy supplement. t> "'w

have !been crushed and destroyed by overtaxation. present While opening a gatt to get tin- Your Friendly Selection "l i':::;:ti's:.2 I IChildren's

Got a last week when a car in the other day it o'-utrr-'l > ,:j .._J :<::t i AH Childrfn'sURESSES
tag of citrus pulp bounced oft to Sam that gates are one of tin- Norge DealerO
Right now considerable time and attention is ,> truck and landed on the rightof big differences between living on

l wing devoted to talking about new taxes and way. Alice dragged ,it onto our a farm and living in the city \: (\ AITUNCE.sM t SPOR1l.onsiiRTs! SWEATERS

sources from which they place until Sam home. Now bee"
:studying the possible got Seems to Sam thai all he has M.\ \\'.\SHFK*.
Ix obtained. Citizens councils are delving whenever we hear a big noise out doing for the last eight years is

into may the subject at the local level and Legisla- front we think it's more feed on open and lose gates. Xo us" fussing COI. I.\X IIKXTKKS and 1.] Oft Flannel $ $4.69 25 % OFF
the way for our poor hungry cows leaven
tive committees are spending time and money though, for even at FLOOK n R.N.\cr.s and lta'onBarksdale's I
there are gates, and there must be
looking for new sources of tax revenue
Got acquainted with Mi and some at the other place too and We Sen ice All Makes
It is well and good to give much time and Mrs Arthur MoRae, who have a no doubt there they sag very bad- Of
thought to this question of new taxation, but it 120-acre farm on Highway 100 ly and have to be dragged open

seems to us that at least an equal amount of near where the Ba\Iess highway and shut! 10 ST.\HKE, FLORIDA

time____ and___ thought should be given to studies of
u Factors the formula challenged -
in Starke, Florida

economy in government business with a is view constantly to possible stu- Officials DiscussSchoolTax by Kelly were the automobile l ....: -:1' ..-::._: -'-":-- ':'.1 .. --:. JJL: : ':.:u1.WINKLER'S ., _. .n' :._- := :::..>-
tax savings Private registrations and number of gainfully .A_
dying means of cutting costs why should the emploved He said that many

emphasis in governmentlways be on raising IssueSchool people who live in other counties

taxes to meet expenses, rather than a sincere buy tags here giving the Count

etiort to lower costs to meet income? Superintendent Harmon an inflated number of automobile On New 1956
of this recent income registration.
We recommend a study Morgan and Tax Assessor Gene
is concerned with the Kelly said that a large number
report to every person who Long tos-vd their viewpoints on
who !live Bradford
of people in
economic situation here in Bradford County, the school-tax situation into the
County and send children to I HotPoint
as well as the state at large. arena for a lively discussion during school here are gainfully employed
a meeting of the Citizen Tax
in other counties.
Council but no answer was pro-
Comfort And DignityEvidence duced to the question--"Where to Kelly also brought up the factor
of children coming to Starke
get the local funds necessary to Appliances
itself" was Bradford Schools from Union and Clay
that "history repeats give a good school
Counties. lie said that these added
brought home to us recently when an old friendof system? students called for more teach

The Telegraph sent us a yellowed July 9, 1915 There seemed to be little dispute ers and classrooms which must be

copy containing an editorial defending an innova- that the school system is in bad paid for. EVERYBODY'S POINTING TO HOTPOINT SERVICE AFTER THE SALE!
need of funds The debate centered -
tion in men's fashions: of that day which apparently Morgan pointed out that more

had been the butt of many jokes and around where the funds are state funds are added to the Winkler's To Get The Best
To Deal
of coming from. Shop The Town Then Come In Town
snide remarks. This newcomer in the world County schools! by these out of
than the Long expresed concern over reports county students since the amountof
was none other
fashion of 41 years ago
that school teachers had
now commonly accepted short-sleeved, open-col- settled on higher assessments as a State units funds of is which based enrollment on instructional IF- HOTPOINT HOTPOINT RANGES

lared sport shirt! solution to the situation. not a factor in the amount of local

In striking a blow for comfort, the intrepid "The assessor did not get the funds required, Morgan said. REFRIGERATORS

editor of four decades ago wrote: "Let the uncovered schools in the condition they are There seemed to be no dispute ; RBS-1 65- 39"

Adam's apple chase up and down in full now in," Long stated, "and I refuse among the officials and the other

view let the fat man try to look like Lord Byron.It to bear the brunt of"it." two members present -- Guy An EIJ-8 Deluxe 32 LB : STANDARD RANGE

time and the world is weary of "I'm not saying that, Morgan drews and Mrs. Marguerite Hall

is summer things, including, it would seem, the stiff replied. "I'm only telling what the about another source of revenue FREEZER Push Button Switches -3 Storage
many situation is. If the people are sat-
for the schoos--the! track Drawer
race Lamp and
He concluded: "Sport shirts are comfortable I Automatic Timer
collar. isfied with it, then all nght"Morpan funds. Was With trade _

and comfort is not wholly incompatiblewith said that the reason the Kelly commented that $25.00;(' $229.95 $178.00 Was With trade

dignity." schools have gotten into the financial or $15,000 ought to be enough foj $289.95.

What would the editor of 1915 say if he plight they are in was be the hospital.A ._,' $218.00

knew that the male of 1956 long ago adopted cause the assessed valuations proposal for the abolition 01!r i EC-ll-Big Bin Ieluret9 LB

short sleeves even for business and eveningwear haven't kept pace with the rest of the homestead exemption was als<) RB-69- -39"

and is now concerned, not with public the state. thrown into the discuss'on bu1 FREEZER *
short sleeves but rather with short Morgan evidently was basin vigorouslyopposed by Kelly anx: DELUXE RANGE
of j
acceptance this statement
on the fact that Long. On Roll Out Casters

pants! the Bradford County School Board "wouldn't) do any good to tall( 13 Storage Drawers and Automatic
With a few word changes here and there, has to levy 1234 mills to raise about doing away with the exemp >\'as With trade Timer

such as substituting knobby knees for knobbyAdam's fund, to match state funds in the tion," :Morgan said "because r I $319.95 $228.00 !'Waa

apple, the 1915 editorial could very well Minimum Foundation Program would be impossible to do anything With trade

apply to those Bermuda shorts that have been When the program was set up it about it." $299.95 $228.00

donned, in summertime, by the more comfort it was figured that only a 6 mill Andrews said that the "sugge- EW-l 2 Supreme 2-Door I! I

of male society at least in levy would be needed to partici- tion should be taken into consideration Combination 91 LBFREEZER .
pate.Tax anyway and prevented t \ HOTPOINT RANGES HOTPOINT
Florida. Collector J. H Kelly said the State Council. They shoul, !
We are wondering though about this state- the reason for the school's plightwas know that that thinking prevail.S On Roll Out Casters :

ment : "Sport shirts are comfortable and com-" that the "increase in the among some of the members." h.1' Was With trade I RI''S-,.,-30'' -Burner WASHER & DRYER

fort is not wholly incompatible with dignity. school program!!; has gone beyondthe added

Try as we might we just can't seem to work assessed'alue." .. $539.95 $378.00 \ STANDARD RANGE ,I LK'1 l-Super-Deluxe All Porcelian

and Bermuda shorts into the Kelly challenged the "tax-paying
the words dignity DEPENDABLE
editorial ability formula" on which the ER-12-12 Cu. Ft, 2 Door I Was With trade

same Minimum Foundation Program i- Combination 91 LB, $199.95, $148.00 2Was
based as a more accurage guageof Termite Control : Cycle

Aid For HungaryAs Bradford County wealth than BIG BIN FREEZER I With trade

property assessments. S Household .t CommercialPest 0 RB-67-39" $349.95 $268.00
of people fighting for The amount of money which the With Capers I
the tragic drama Control
County puts, into the is
faces the world in the, program STANDARD RANGE IJ-16-Deluxe AH Porcelian
their freedom once more controlled by five factors--ret u! 0 Grove SprayingCall Was With trade
bloody streets of Budapest and throughout Hungary sales, railroad and telegraph Storage Drawer WASHER

the American Red Cross is seeking a fir! assessments, number of auto- FR. 6-6033 $549.95 $388.00

million dollar emergency fund to meet the basic mobile registration number of I Was With trade ., Cycles

needs of those affected by the catastrophe.The gainfully: employed and the valueof Florida Pest Control $209.05 $158.00'Was' "

work of the Red Cross, as always, is; farm products. & Chemical Co. ''' I With trade
Both Kelly and Long stated be- -- $289.95
based on moral significance, and certain under liefs that this formula is not accurate L J i KB-6S 39"STANDARD $238.00
It is characterized by the innate! 24 X. W. 16th Ave. Z
lying principles. for Bradford County rat-
desire in alt mankind to extend help where thereis ing the County as wealthier than Gainesville, Florida --z J RANGE LB-16

suffering, and its symbol is recognized in every it actually is.i2S5'L5Z5Z5", :

creed, nationality, and religion. Its principlenf -r- == I 3 Storage Drawer Min. Timer CLOTH DRYER

humanitarianism is the demand that a suffer- I II

ing human being be laded for his own sake only, THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH I ;, Was With trade Was With trade

without regard to class, condition, creed or race EST. 1879 $249.95 $178.00 $189.95 $138.00

That it has done and will continue to do. o RtQ l

Bradford Countj's share of this emergencyfund FIOMDVS OLOtST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER _
has been set at $219: certainly little ; A ELECTRIC SERVICE

enough to ask. Contributions will be gratefully 14rM UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD

reu-ni'd by the minister of any local church, by PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTEB"D AS SECOND CLASS I
23 i X. A\e
Hall Red Cross l'Crctafor byThe Starke, Fla.
Mrs )F.Uvard THE ACT OF MARCH ,. 1879 .

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I ... 1 sealed contain I in serving, refreshments, t t.> tN May for supper Sunday: : 1 1Mrs. I_.Ei---< _oJ_ '--n- _'_ _,_- -.-_-___---__- __--_-r-- _. _"__- __ ___ <_i_. Ji' ..._'"'-'!!' "_1.9"io1i'in.: ... -
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I ,, : George Frey t'>: Ft' ': (
writing other than the nd-\ girls
any ers name and will be neither Personal, Nevada arrived Monda;. f' : ,. i It.. I
HIGHLIGHTS forwarded or returned.All I Leaston Forsyth, who has been, days' visit in Hampton *.'1. M*. I : =
in Okinawa with the U. S j I a e roe -o
serving '
letters of
cards or any t'Pf'I and Mrs. Don Hill and i HI. i
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 may be sent from here to Hampton I army arrived in Hampton Satur- ;: i
On Saturday Mr. and MisHul; a:

,} _'1'1'1'___"_"_"_"_"....._"_"_._"_...._._._._.i 1_.WYWWwwWWWWWWWyy. . . . . . ,I Williams patrons said for, including two cents,sealed Mrs j day parents to ,spend Mr. a and furlough Mrs. Joe with For-his tended the Florida Mianu i"lltb.l! I t

Girl Scout News 1| been in Jacksonville with her letters. I I' sjth. i| game and were supper -'uestb o':
The girls of the Keystono She is now recuperating at the II She reminded everyone to de' Mrs. W. H. Maxwell spent Monday Mr. and Mrs E P Christ ir
Height3- lelrose Girl Scout Troop Altman home. all Christmas package and card in Jacksonville on business. I I, Gainesville.
visited the home of Mrs Edni Mrs. Ella Bird and grandson mailing as soon as possible tc Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade celebrated -(
Hamlyn on Lake Santa Fe on Paul L. Bird, will go to Lakelandnext insure prompt delivery. Thanksgiving a week late SUNNYFIELD LONG GRAIN
Monday, Nov. 26, to see her col- week to spend the Christmas School N'eus on Friday last week with a fami- St.1\1ark's Episcopal
lection of antiques. Indian relics holidays with Mrs. Bird's Mrs. Ola M. Perkins, Hampton ly dinner at the home of Mr. and I Kev. Ka>'niu':4 C. MacBlaln i iServices
and objects of interest from other son, Dr. D. Paul Bird and the Elementary Principal expressedher Xfrs. J. R. Lucas in Maxville '
at st.Iark's:: Episcopal FANCY RICE
countries. Before the girls left Bird family.S. appreciation this week to the Present for the dinner, which also: j! ;
will be as follows:
the hostess served them light re E. McKay entered Bradford high school boys for replacingthe marked Mr. Lucas' birthday were I .
freshments. Mary Ann Schaeffer County Hospital on Monday, Dec 1 basketball goals which were Mr. and Mrs. Slade and childrenMr. II Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church 1
Scribe. 3, and underwent surgery Tuesda.;: torn down during the Hallowe'enseason. and Mrs. Lucas and childrenMr. School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. I II Ihpkg"SuperRight"
Woman's Club morning, Dec. 4. I II and Mrs. C. :M.: Greene, andMrs. i I Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 __ __/ 3 3.9c
Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 27 i "This fine group of boys is tc Mosely of Maxville. The IP.m. Y.: P. S. L.
Mrs. John McDowall was guest I .rnnnn.nrrr.rn.sHAMPTON be commended for their cooperation dinner was postponed due to MrsLucas' I Wednesday: 7:3fr pm. Litany
monthly in school a illness. I and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir
speaker at the regular making our pleas.I I -= -
Woman's Club luncheon meeting. ant place to work and play she. John Childers of Orlando whf I Practice.
I for services Sunday at I Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, I"
Her subject was her impresslonr said. preached '
Women and their Mis. Perkins also announcedthe Hampton Christian Church, was III a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30 a. m. jllil 11 I:
of European I5y MM. I). F. I''ill4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAAAAA Claude awaits I; Western Corn Fed, 10 to 12 Ib Average i'
customs, which she acquired on a school Christmas programson a guest of Mr. and Mrs. I everyone.SHEAFFER'S '
European tour last summer with Tuesday Dec. 18, the last day' I : ,
her husband Col. John McDow- of school before the holiday vaca 1 liill ( half of whole lb
CI'\ \:Meetings: PORK LOINS 39c
all Hostesses for the day werr To lli-fjin Sunday tion.Students !
Mrs Bill Siprelle, Mrs. Gay Liv- will take part in the
A week of evangelistic meet tp4L I i !
ingston, and Mrs. C. J. Bastedo program, which will aIm include ; :
ings at Hampton Baptist Church I ,
Mrs. Bird EntertainsOn guest speaker and carol singingat '
begin next Sunday, Dec. 9, with II'' '
Monday Nov. 26. Mrs Ella I 2 m. that afternoon in thi 11 .Jf
Eddie Lieberman a Christian Jewas p. II II 1 1I 1I
Bird was hostess to Circle 3 of preacher.Rev. school auditorium. Immediately 1I I jHi II1 "Super-Right" Fresh Tender
the Community Church Women I. following the program, class par I
Lieberman, who is well-
There were 19 women present ties will be held in the variou
Mrs. W. L. Reynolds is leader o' known throughout the country as classrooms. I I perlb ;
the circle. an evangelist, has spoken to congregations YW.V Meets I I I'I '
The hostess served her guestshot in nearly every statein Members of Hampton Baptist
with whipped the union. met at the home o! I !
gingerbread YWA group:; 'I I II II IIli:1
('ream. coffee, candy and nuts. He will be present for service Mis<* Nell Williams Monday evening :
Miss Ruth Ohlson and her sis. both Sunday morning and evening Dec. 3, with planning fo: 1111 I II'
ter Mrs John Thornquist left for both Sundays Dec. 9 and 16 Christmas gifts for the need) I ) I Swift's;: Premium Boneless I Ready To Serve I' I Ii I II''I
Wednesday for Wichita Kansas Meetings will begin each night and a Christmas party, on thE j WHITE DOT ''i 1.1' : I Iiiii
where they will spend the Christmas during the week at 7:31) p. in i I . . i I1'' !
holidays with Mrs. Thorn Sunday evening services begin at program.Miss Avoiy Williams assists'; I I -' -' j jI S-lb can $3.99
I i iiii HAM S
quist's' am and family Mr. and) 8 p. m., following Training Unionat I Ii :
Mrs. John Thornquijvt Jr., and 7 Special music at the services ; PEA :
three daughters.Mr. will consist of various \' : i SMRkELo with his or her \ III Iii; !
and Mrs. George Schaeffer solos, quartets and other mini COLONIALFLORIST I 1 \ III L -- .!:: I I
bers. I
c elebrated their 13th wedding an- i

niversary on friends Tuesday in,to Nov.dinner 27 (Church'hUllt'r.t' Sunday Christian \ engraved on the / I !I Grade "A" Quick Frozen Dressed & Drawn-Top Fancy I'I'I : :

by having + band!* i I II II '
14K gold /
Guests for the evening were Mr, John Childers, a former pastorof ;
and Mrs. Charles Hulen and son Hampton Christian Church Of I /' : !!\\I, HEN CHICKEN( 5to6'b' vg. 39c :
Scooter, from Santa Fe Lake and now of Orlando, spoke at I _' )i I ,
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and Miss Anna McCullough, :Mrs both services at the Hampton: I signature engraved at -- i )1! KIII! II, '

Schaeffer's aunt.1Vednes4ay morning. Nov. 28 church Although last plans Sunday.were indefinite : (j) no extra charge. The most personal writing gift \I I ,..- I" ,, i iI :'

Mrs.: Chester Moody, Mrs. A. A Rev. Childers is also expected to I you can buy!Have it personalized III ; !
Bamford, and Mrs. George be here for services next Sunday 1 / before Christmas or the owner i' Morton's Quick Frozen Delicious Chicken, Beef or In
Schaeffer attended the PTA Coun'ty Dec. 9. FLOWERSFor I can redeem the engraving II111 :' !

an's Council Club in meeting Orange at Park.the Worn Time('hri..tma.Iailin To Start: All Occasions I I Dot ficate Snorkel at leisure.Pen is Sheaffer's the finest\ ''II\TURKEY\I! POT PIES 5-99- Iii+ )

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Browning In giving: instructions for mail- ing instrument you can give. As \ )
War- DISH GARDENS 1 Ikq !!
have returned home from ing Christmas cards Mrs. Mary your selection today \ II
rington,where they spent Thanks Williams Hampton postmistressthis POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY I'lil' !
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postage was I 'dunk-
Snorkel Pen $25.00 i iiog"
Roger B. Dowst, and baby son local mail.
Roger Loring. It was the Brown- First class, or thiee-rent mail i Flowers WiredAnywhere{
ing's first meeting with their may be sealed, may contain writ-
grandonho was born Nov. 7 ing, and will be forwarded or returned I Ib
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Junior Woman's Club Gladys ood WedsSt. | Dinner-Dance Held Faye Hudson ToVed Beta Sigma Phi XOTICKTO: BKOUMtBiowmes ; I -.

Honors New Member; Petersburg Man | For Staff Members Mr. Norman Hamilton who wit! ]p.; .

I The Bora Sigma Phi Sorority in the Santa Claus P.ra:

And Past Presidents jOf Humphreys Gold w !ill:I hold its annual C'hnslm.I":111'1' unlay. Dec.S. shou'ii! :

.\:: dar at the Oftu-eis: d- fui!! rounds!' !h y lii' ;''I "1 1I

Nine past presidents and II' ",."t. I A delightful dinner-dan <> \'. ,. I: '.
:ii v +tiy" ( i' I: !!"i :.:.:, F' ,: .\ I' : '\ I" ;: "
members of the .Tuni-" held in the Officers Club at Can .. ,
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i new j ; *c IF. : 't'! ', !: I .."I :' "
iI Woman's Club were honored wit r I Blanding Thursday night m t I II', : : : .' ; ,,'.

Gladys Mooty I a Christmas dinner at the tegulalclub ; JfI week for staff member oi >'r # a xt

Phone 35 meeting on Monday niji jl' / Trail Ridge and Highland filmy: ]l'n

I at the club house. of Humphrey Gold Corpoi,! it-i r

Past presidents present we: t ,: 'Iq.: and their wives. '

Mrs. Arthur Holliday, Mrs. Lester Guests arrived between 6\ an I RU

Janice Reddish Marries Robert McClellanIn Crews, Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mr: 7 o'clock for a social period \\ //11' '
Ceremony At Heilbronn Baptist Church D. L. Thomas, Mrs. Vernon Si:-I II hors d'oeuvers were served in the FLA

i cox, Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., ML. I I club lounge. The dinner fe.itsi, IJ,

A' 1;? 'f l rr Lilliam Stump, Mrs.: SK.. Simmons -! 'ling turkey and ham: was spr\"II i _- SIN :MON & Tl 1S.:

rf' I and Mrs. Doyle E. Conner ,i I buffet style, and guests were r A DEC !>1-ltI-J1! ] 1
seated at tables in the ballroom
uY1'44l, The new members honored werMrs. q" nOrm.E FEATIKK:
; # Lavern Outlaw Mrs. Joseph of the club. '. .
II IIfPt "The Rawhide Years"Uith
Following dinner, dancing '> i
Gray, Mrs. Winton Criswell, Mrs; \' .
John W. Strickland, Mrs. Wayne enjoyed by the 105; guest, 11111- Tony ('urtis .V ( olltvn Mill i

Haines, Mrs J. T. Pollard, Mrs a late hour. As a souvenir .-rn, 1q AND

I Jack Dumars Mrs. Ray: P. Tav lady was given a red. yelh.v \
"The Gun That
II blue carnation.
II I lor, Mrs. Jack E. Clement. Mrs i LIMr

I Harry Rabb Jr., Mrs. Vic Frees Won The West"ith

': .r I Miss Betty Jane Morgan, Mr; Dinner Party Is Held CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON IVnnis Morgan/

Eubanks, Mrs. Harold Norman
I Doyle After Rehearsal Of about this question Plus Cartoon
'., : Mrs. George Shuford. an'Mrs ,

; Don Kokomoor. Wedding CeremonyMrs. 11 EI1.. &TIintS. DEC 11:!.1 1 ,

:Mrs. C. \V. Owens Jr. andIrs Dr F D. Kenneth .>t Baxle\ t t "The new Tamih ..lutumobilePolicy' DOriH.K rE.\Tl1a:

,l> : Charles Bostwick of Jacksonvlll! Ga. announces the marriage of hi' .leanelle! Dyal was host, -sWednesday and Mrs. Alfred Hudson ofiitinijwille I became effectise
\ t.- :., September "Tobar The Great"Charles
at lovely ( ; the
were guest speakers at the dm daughter Glad001.1 o! evening a announce

:" \' .. t ner. Mrs. Owens is junior director Staike, to Norman Wmn, -un ofMrs : dinner party given in her hum.- :rpplv.u'hing marriage of their 1st. This new policy Drake & Karen north
t' I
.,, !' / ::: of District 4. Mrs Bostwin A. F Winn and the late Mr following the McClellan-Reddi.u daughter Miss Faye Hudson, to {jives broader insurance pro AND!

\ .. .. chairman of o' Wmn of St. Peterr&urg wedding rehearsal.Chrysanthemums. I Mr. No loan Hamilton of Lawteyat
,".." .'"' ...,4 .:... -....,.:...... is state Religions tection for a auto owner. hiswife "Flight To
and fern i iI 7 Dec. 15 the Church
.ti. .a... the World and International Re- : The marriage took place on'' were p.m.
: / H e lations. They both told of their I Xov. 22 at 8 p.m. in the Fir !I used throughout the home in I Ii of Christ in Starke. and 'family. on bodily Hong Kong"

: work in the State Federation tt 'Baptist Church, Folkston, Ga. i decorating for this lovely affair I injury and property damage \Vitfi Kori; y Callnmii Jt lJ.irli.ir i

7 Women's Clubs. with Rev. Clyde Jones officiat- The dining table was covered
t. Wayne BlankenshipFetes
.' l I I liability and on medical pay Huh
1 Mrs. L. C. Hinson, Religious i ing.: I with an exquisite lace cloth and I I

1.,-, Chairman of the club presented r I!\ The bride wore a blue tailored I centered with an arrangement of' 7th BirthdayWayne .. ments. Is your agency featuring Plus Cartoon

Ii ; program on the origin of favorite suit with black accessories. I white flowers this new policy?"
; Christmas carols Mrs. Curti I During the evening Miss Reddish Blankenship celebrati-d Fill & SAT DEC. 11-1 1 :1
.... his seventh birthday annrver.s.tv norm.I11Tl1E! : :
.. rb t.t. b' 1 \ Malone, Mrs. Drew Reddish MrR. Birthday Party Held I and Mr. McClellan presented i
1:: .s ''their attendants with gifts. Tuesday: afternoon when hi* "TOUGH GIRL"Mirrinj
S. Mullins\ Mrs Randall Chit y I II

:1 *- ti t I II and Mrs. Glen Conner participated For Hope HollidayMr. I About 25 guests were present I,i mother, entertained, Mrs. Margaret in his honor Blankeniship at- Charley E. Johns ; .tniiir- Dunn

in the program. : to enjoy this delightful affair.
and Mrs. Arthur Hollida: i a weiner roast. Eighteen youn AND
1 i
I I Other guests present were Mr entertained last Friday afternoon : friend; were invited to enjoy Lit! "WAR ARROW"

&MfJ:.. .; 'j C. L. Scholl. president of the fen honoring their 10-year-old daugh : Visitor From Tampa I occasion with Wayne. Marble: & Son Agency
Maunvn O'llara
Mrs. C. J. Marine
ior womarudub, Houpt
: 'Iter, Hope, in celebration of hew I Honored At PartyMrs. I were given as favors duringth-'
sponsor of the Little Women'. Plus Cartoon & SerialPECANS
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1 ; I Club, Miss Nancy Bate; 1 birthday anniversary. Thirteen I (Phone 13 Starke. Fla. ''
and girls were invited from 5 until Lester Crews assisted by t. : ,'- .. <:"...- ''fiP ;

president of the Little Women. 7:30 to play games and enjoy ;a 1 her mother, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Circle 4 NoticeCircle

.. 1! Hostesses who prepared anserved hamburger fry. I entertained a few friends last _i .r _'_ '_" __ -P.. _:.: .:-, }I. -_ .. --t" : :: :
-- -
the dinner were Mrs. Ton'
l I Following supper, the guest: Thursday afternoon from 4 until I of the Method* W-;
Merfireau chairman, Mr i I
Miss Janice Reddish, daughter:; Miss Gaskins was gowned i1 my invited into the dining room 16 o'clock, honoring Mrs. G. C met at the church on TueshS \' :-t r
I I were
Doyle Conner, Mrs. M. R. Jud
of Mr. and Mrs. George Reddish; peacock blue and Miss Norman in to cut the beautifully decorated' Livingston of Tampa. p.m. for a program condo if !
Mrs. Ben Moxley, Mrs. Drew Reddish }V I I
of Heilbronn. and Robert }{c- rose. Their headpieces and flow- Mrs H. M. Hatcher Jr i birthday cake, which was iced iiI I The Christmas motif was carried I by Mrs. W. B. Thompson and Ja I.

Clellan of Lawtey: were unitedIn ers matched their gowns I white and topped with red can- out in decorating the lower Clement. :
Mrs. Leon Gray Mrs. J. D. Warren I
marriage Saturday night at The little flower girl wore yel- and Mrs. U. B. Cauffman. dies. Centering the dining table floor of the Mitchell home for Verses of scripture were read!

7:30: o'clock in a ceremony heldIn low net over matching taffet'and j was a lovely arrangement of poi.i this occasion. and Christmas carols sunlr":

the Heilbronn Baptist Church. carried a basket of rose pet- rcttias, red berries, and Christ During the afternoon, Mrs. II Lloyd Green accompanied on the I,

The Rev. G. E. Cutshaw officiating als.The Starke Woman's Club ', mas balls. Red candies: in Christmas J. Waters entertained the guest piano. Refreshments were serve'' I MAKE; Ml'K

at the double ring ceremony.The mother of the tride: was Slates Tea To Honor 1 holders balanced the central with appropriate games. Mrs. A I by Mrs L. C. Hinson and Mrs

the church becomingly gowned in mauve rose A. Durden and Mrs. J. E. Wilson ,
chancel of wa arrangement. Clement. i
re-embroidered lace over matching New Junior WomenA won two games and were presented CHRISTMAS PRESENTSThat
banked with palms centered D;v Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Holli I Because of the meeting date
satin. This was made or with novelty Christmas
a white wrought iron arch entwined i i day In entertaining youn; falling on New Year's Day, the
fitted lines and highlighted by 8 Christmas musical prora.rand two prizes I i
folks were oHope's grandmothers next meeting will be on Monday
with daisy: mums!' whit I pleated sash of satin that form- tea honoring new club members I At 5 o'clock Mrs. W. E. MM- I :
: i Mrs. Arthur HollidayI ; Jan. 7.Business. Be Appreciated And Are
gladioli and fern. Two law floor ed a panel back. She wore a half I and members of the Junio dleton poured coffee from a beautiful I
Sr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sr.iVesleyan
baskets of gladioli, chrysanthemums hat of matching mauve rose, and Woman's Club will be I silver service placed on the I

small porn poms, and fer; I a purple orchid corm e. I at the December prest'nt..c. : i tea table. Centering the table MeetingThe Reasonable In Cost

flanked the bridal arch. Th Mrs. McClellan. selected a blue' Starke Woman's Club : Guild Units was an arrangement of red bet- Ij I

kneeling bench; under the arc!h lace gown featuring a bolero. lie nesdav afternoon Dec. 12 at 3:3 l" 'Infant' Dinner : ries, flanked by red candles in j ladies of the First ('III ISi !
covered in white satin and< Hold I i tian Church met Tuesday nijK!
was half hat and other accessories also oVlork. i I' silver holders. Further carryingout

decorated with garlands of mum I matched her costume. Sh The musical program will I,. I:' A delightful "infant" dinnei the Christmas theme were 'i for a business meeting. rrCo : Pecans Will Bring You Cash If You
R. Tillman talk teaching
and fern. Four sevenbranchescandelabra T wore an orchid corsage. under the direction! of the Mush h i member: I the refreshments of lighted snow- gave a on 1
with tall white tapers party was enjoyed by I' and plans were made for the
Following the a ret Chairman. Mra K. G. Duncan Guild, Unit i balls.
ceremony Wesleyan Service Have To Sell
be held .1 Any
Christmas to
cast soft light over the beautiful co-chairman. program 1I
a and Mrs. L. A. ( 1mo'a. About 20 guests enjoyed the
cejHion was held in the home of at the Methodist
t i,2, Tuesday evening I I
Candle with the home of Mrs. Margaret Blank- I
setting. posts ,
the bride's parents. Arrangements education building with party with the hostesses and thee
'on Dec. 18. Miss Elaia--
r.Tiall arrangements of pom pom of chrysanthemums, gladioli Hostesses at the tea followin,' Servicj honoree. enship i
members of the Wesleyan I I We And Sell Six A Week
fern, and bows of white satin the program will be Mrs. Gar 1 j Colson is chairman of the pro Buy Days
It pompons and leatherlea I Guild, Unit 1, as hOf. esses.I .
ribbon marked the family pews. I Mathews chairman, Mrs. A. Z i ; gram. I
were used the home
throughout PTAThe
!I The hall was festive will( Elementary J
As the quests assembled Mrs The bride's table was overlaid Adkins, Mrs. R. R. Andrews, l\hl; '
Christmas decorations and the-
L A. Canova. organist, offered i a I with a handsome lace cloth centered O. L. Beasley: Mrs. O. L. Haynes : Christina I Elementary PTA will meet I' Recent BirthsThe
table ;
of wedding music. Miss; Mrr M. F. Brown, Mrs. Charles U-shaped i J. R. Wainwright Produce Co.
program with a four-tiered weddin:! : balls and placed at intervals Tires Uy evening, Dec. 11, at 7:30::
Sylvia Paulk soloist, sang "Be- cake embossed in tuberoses and Hitchinss, Mrs. J. R. Lute :MR'j greenery and ,I o'clock in the Cafetoriurn.A Bradford County Hospital

tau' and "Wedding Prayer." chrysanthemums and topped witha George Kopelousos, :Mrs. W. t. I down the length n I vote will be: taken for the announces the following\ births:

The traditional wedding marches!' miniature bride and bridegroom. I Middleton, Mrs. George: Patter '[! beautiful the silver table.arrangement Unique handmade on- I year's project with proceeds realized Mr. and Mrs. Dick L. Padgettof AT

were used. It was flanked by four branched Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mrs. G. J. MiGriff -- speaker's from the Hallowe'en carnival Green Cove Springs, a son

Given in marriage by her father candelabra holding white tapers I Sr., and Mrs. S. L. Peek :Si place cards depicting I' Mrs Kate Sheppard will be in Terry Arthur Dec. 1.Mr. .
Fttork holding a baby and labele"infants" < and Mrs. Oscar WesleDavis \
the bride chose as her maid Garlands of muma nylon puff charge of the program. The fourth I STATE FARMERS MARKET
and "moms" designated -
of honor Miss Bobble Fay Sweat and fern were entwined in the Rebecca McMillan the seating arrangement. Tin I grade mothers will serve refreshments I ,of Dec.Starke 2. a son Leslie
of the State Farm. Bridesmaid candelabra and completely encircled i i during the social hour.
Celebrates Third party given by Unit 1 was in Mr. Mrs. Henry J. Brosk' I
I and
Linda Gaskins the cake.
Misses I
were honor of 2, a newly organized ; PHONE 179 STARKE FLA.
Unit of Stal ke, a son, Randy I., Dec ,
Lawtey and Miss Shirley Normar The punch bowl, which centered Birthday With DANCK: I'LAXXEI: : I, I
PartyLittle of the church.
group Mr. and Mrs. John F. Peed of II
of Miami. another lace covered table, was; I .

Ronnie McClellan of Lawtey encircled with pompoms and fern Rebecca McMillan re-!-. i Following a delicious thicken The Junior Woman's Club will;! I Keystone Heights, a son. Mark: I! : :- : ._- --- : -- i':__ __ _- __:::--:--.-;
I chow mein dinner. Mrs. M.V hold a semi-formal dance Satur William, Dec. 3.Mr. .
of the bridegroom, svrvei'aa Mrs. Dave Paulk and Mrs. Jean- brated her third birthday anni't'rsary
brother Cressler of Unit 1 served as master day night at the club house from and Mrs. Richard Stalling }
Ushers were Keith elle Dyal served punch throughout \ Thursday afternoon 01! I
man. of ceremonies and conducted I S:30: until 12:30.: All members and i of Middleburg, a son, Tern %
and Warren Kelly, both the evening. rast week when her mother. Mrs I
nursery-rhyme games with thenging : friends are invited to attend. Lee, Dec. 1. f '
Cutting the bride's cake were Merrill McMillan, entertainer ,
{If Heilbronn ,! of "Rook-O-Bye-Baby" in f I II IIII
Little Jackie Gaskins of Lawtey Mrs. Lynell Sapp, Miss Hazel from: 3:30 to 5:30: o'clock.
I unison at the conclusion of tilt'i i I
was flower girl and Larry Reddish Alvarez and Mrs. Mary Norman Included in the party decora- 1 III t

of Heilbronn served as rinc Miss Glenda Underhill kept thel'ritle's tions war, the beautiful biith.lav ,i program. 1 1i i t '
this delightful affair
Enjoying I Ii G
bearer : book. cake centered on the refre -hmell' f3talLtIbttl I
i with members of Units 1 and .'
01'11,1 During the evening Mr. anJ table which was decorated with
The bride was lovely in an were Rev. and Mrs. Don Kok v
Mrs McClellan left on a weddin'
peppermint candy canes and rer"
inaJ! model of imported moor.
1 trip to South Florida. The bridr I' and white
striped birthday cand f.
in rose medallion design: ant'sheerest SUPERB WRITING INSTRUMENTS
I traveled in a blue fitted woo' les.

tullanet. Her fitted larf suit with a small winter hat and I II The eight 'Robin Mullins Feted e :; j jL
sweetheart youngsters were given
bodice featured a I I I by ____
neckline made of scallop-edged i I matching: accessories. She wore I balloon favors and enjoyed On Third BirthdayLittle ,

last- The long sleeves tapered tf'1 j an orchid corsage. games during the party hours. L t n
Calla lily points OVer her wristb I I Among the out-of-town guests Mrs. McMillan was assisted in three year old Robin t

an.1't're fastened by rows of were Mrs. Leon Norman, Mrs I entertaining and serving by lIe I Mullins was the honored guost' ,

l.ir. i overed buttons. Her voluminous Lonzie Norman, Mrs. Mytre Ga..- *ccas' paternal grandmother Ilast I Friday afternoon when his 4L4A I I 1 I YL

skirt was made of cascadetee kins, all of Miami, and Mrs. Houston JAS. H. L. Itough.Meetings mother entertained on his birthday I I

tulla Norman of Jacksonville.Mr. '
>f scalloped lace over anniversary.

net and was worn poised over and Mrs. McClellan will re-I Are Held The party was held at 4:301 I L .
bridal satin Her Juliet cap of i I side in Starke at 32S N. : o'clock in the yard at their home ;

seed i pearls had a finger tip veil of I I St. on their return from their' By? Methodist CirclesThree ; and featured a circus theme in 1 1 1 1I (i .,

illusion. Her only ornament was I, honeymoon.I every detail. I 1I
Circles of the Methodist I I
a -iti mg of pearls, a gift of th..1 I : The birthday cake was topped 6 0 JACKIE GLEASON as but

brHteirroom she carried a white I Mrs. 'L. A. Davis Feted WSCS follows met the first of the weekas : with a merry-go-round and centered Petile-Poli Set ,itiyfjJ: driver lalpK Kramden!
pra\,," book topped with a bridal the table, overlaid with a QV Fashionable and -.s' See him every Saturday

bouquet of tube roses, pink sweethenrt :i At Surprise Party .Circle 1, Mrs. T. H. Slade leader I circus party cloth. Circus nap- Medallion Fountain feminine. Purse wze ".i 7 MISS AMERICA night on CBS-TV!

rose buds, and catt-ading i j met Tuesday morning at 10 and Pen Desk Set Writing fountain pen and 17 Jewels,
streamers fashioned with tuberoses i Mrs. Daisy Perryman and Ms o'clock at the home of Mrs. Robert kins, plates cups completedthe : efficiency plus smart matching pencil in unbreakable It's true! For as little

Dell Colley were hostesses TuesI > Green on Pratt St., with table decorations. i decorator colon in ceramic choice of xx gay _'' mainspring, as you'd pay to ride a
and centered with purple pastels-Aqua, Pink, / expansion bracelet
throated orchids. 1I I 1 day night when they entertainedat Mrs. J. L. Anderson as co-hostess I During the afternoon the young bases. Color- Peach, Blue, Orchid $3575 bus you can make a

I a surprise dinner party honoring Following the business; session folks enjoyed playing games. matched pens. Swivel Yellow. Include down payment on a
The maid of honor and bridesmaids ] trumpets keep pen withineasy R
identical Thehom (I Mrs. Colley's aunt, Mrs. L lisa Amy Coburn gave the devotional 'Ii' Twenty-four boys and girls I reach. Azure, lime, \ colorful purse case magnificent Bulova

wore gowns. : A. Davis, who was observing her reading the Christmas were present to enjoy the after- Jet Black. $7.95 and gift" bee $S.OQ watch! Bulova isV
attendant attired 1 in >
was birthday anniversary.The tory from St. Luke. !I noon with Robin. r)l;: : America's No. 1 gift

v.istunufashioned of violet han- Mrs. E. L. Matthews had the N watch-sure to bring
I home of the hostesses was A
clipped laic with fitted lace bolero i '
i smiles Christmasya'
furl beautifully decorated for the occasion program and gave the chapter on iIVoodman\ Circle I 5 eb on
jacket The graceful
I i !
morning ,
and other fall India taken from "Declaring His I
with roses
length rkirt'Jth alternate rows GODDESS OF TIME
I flowers. Following dinner, the Glory a study book. Members of the S-Jp'cr.ic Wood-
ot la f and net ruffles was poisedv I % ;a 2Udjewels,
I guests enjoyed playing BoliviaThose iran Circle met Tuesday! night at I ,
Her head- '
< ;ai< I..hmgtdfft'ta. Circle 2, Mrs. J. H. Fields lead unbreakable mainspring.
enjoying the evening the home of the new president
fashioned fil.isv 1
pre < was > Coronet er, met Monday afternoon at 3: 14950
'''with the hostesses and honor :Mis. L. M. Stokes.
mums .md she carried ft o'clock at the home of Mrs. L

bouuuet of :iat-hine: flowers and e-ue.t were Mr. Davis. Judge and D. Green with Mrs Henrietta Mrs I. S. Hutto| invited the /

.- taadulf] flowered stro.inu-1. s, Mis. E K. Perryman. Mr. and Hunt as cohostess.The members to her home on Dec Deluxe "K" Set. '' '

The ,:tlIt stieanieni! matched: ire Mis L D \'mingand lira Edward devotional was given by 11 for the annual Cliristmas: : par ) Beautiful, deep-toned '\ r ny + PRESIDENT

violet dress Burns Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mrs. E ty. Each member was asked t" fountain pen $9.7S with \, '- ,(s unbreakableshock 17 mamsarln ,
not to -01 in matching pencil. t resistant,
bring a gift exceed vs
K. who had
Perryman. chargeof
t band.J595B i ii
I of program, told the Hun price, to exchange at this meeting \ I e p e eifjr.slon
Mrs. Ira Wilson was asked r
REWARD $15.00Easy '
i 'ed r
garian story. Esterbrool, because only terbrook t tor N (also available! w th
to be chairman of the Christmas )Co pen is quite so personal charcoal tfitljRoberts
lets you choose from 30 point st)les. This means your gift can
Circle 3, Mrs. L. J. Green leader
Made: Money To Help You With Your Christmas program.At match any handwriting or writing job. whether you select a handsome -
met Monday afternoon at ?: the close of the mestin Mrs pen and pencil set, fashionable Petite-Pak set, or convenient ti "tme.r

Money Problem. Just Bring A Customer to Bradford o'clock at the educational building Stokes served refreshments, as- desk set. And. because this Estcrbrook personalizing means easy,

with Mrs. Green and Mrs sisted by Mrs. W. L. Andrews. pleasant writing, >our gift will be long used-and you'll be CS
sell Used Car to
Inc. If
Wholesale Motors we a your remembered! -
Olson hostesses. long
Titus aa rO RIe s

Customer we will give you the Christmas Reward. I Miss Kate Struth had charge Toy NoticeAll Visit our pen department for the complete selection of Esterbrock f I II'

I I of the devotional and Mrs. Olson writing products. Jewelry RFOOL I

conducted the program. AssistingMrs. members of the Junior

Bradford Wholesale Motors, Inc. Olson with the program Woman's Club who did not bring Bradford County Telegraph "Y Ollr Friendly Jeweler" pIIV EN' \

taken from the Methodist Women a toy for the Florida Farm Colony I'
13."i: :>> N, Tt'mpleeross From Courthouse Tel. 318 142 W. CALL ST. 4D4
were Mrs. M. W. Lance, Mrs. W to the meeting are asked t' y,
Phone 29 Starke Fla. ,
B. Parka; Mrs. J. W. Andrews and leave their toy with Mrs Cat 1: I STARKE, FLA.HR.'DFoB. I

r Mrs Bertha Pearce Roberts before Dec: 15th I :

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I Mr and Mrs Eeecher Payn.. .
r Plans For Concert Program SeriesIn J i :
.:rod family spent the Th.mk"gv-: I' ., .1. .' ;,' 1i 1, '
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with relatives Live .1.- q.1)! :\ I '' '
I inj: holidays :In ,: ,, ,, ., ,' .. "
qu.utrr: I I'.n I : 1" )" :: i \ .t' 'Iud .1 ti.' II a. "
i I Oak. Braford Area Are ConsideredMiss :

Among those who attended the f,
V of F.-Miami game in Gainesville i PLUls inr the I'ie-ent.itt'n '>fconiert.s \\ ,

I last Saturday were: Judn-e I Dorothy: Alvuex Paul! and high-type entel tam- I, ru, \\ i%, ,'.
I! t.. i .. ,1 i I ,' : \I. \ ,
and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. Sen. Raymond and Mi. and! Mis Mi- ments in the Bradford County a- ,! .
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I Irt ;iI. .t 1"; ',' n. : .t' (\ I 11.| .s. I"| p
I. and Mrs. C. E. Johns. Mr. and ton Lang of Miami were anion; I I rea were discussed at a meetingof POINT UK,; i 1'IINI'I: : : : ] : ; ) !t"1 .1.1'1' ;j. : i' : '. .1!.1I MIu< i in trpr\it
I those the FloridaMiamifootball point of be.11:1111.: :: i nit.i"t: AM! jnrt t s t., ;;l,, -'.i i' .i-.l J to rirmit Court. nra.( nl l DoorF.rrd.l
i iI iI Mrs Drew Ratliff, Dr. and MrsII. attending interested persons: Thursday alone I a vu.irter-Mition luia partiesinter.' ,t"j max nppi: a'dlie In C-........, .

I ', H Adams Mr. and Mrs S. E ', same in Gainesville Saturday : night of last week. A representative distant.of ":." ft ft. tin me run Ii. :lyd at the tin. and pla.ITXKSS .. I' \\ ilh ii-i r t ; udiiift r,
i afternoon. 1Mr. j North and par.,II. I \\th: a tjuar- .1t'.Ig'na t.- ,Cl'zal": th !l :.II.II.r I Ik I-
Summons Jerome Johns Miss I of the Alkahest Celebrity .
Friends of little Buddy Ti.iwi.-k. Friend.- M r.S A Russell : ter-sei tion line a distance f ..f \\' lit,}' hand and Ih,1, 1 l".l-t' N
I I I will regret I., hear that \or-I I Jerrie Seltzer of Hawthorne, andMr. 'I and Mrs R. O. Dansby an II j Bureau in Atlanta was present to 7 16 feet 10 inches th..n..r riiii .,f aid r.-urt ..u this :2!!''h ,1,1"f. \.. T. \'....rTo

who underwent a tonsilevtcmy man '1thn1.lIIp and Mrs. Junius M. Smith. son ::'ollckey."isited :Mr.: and Mrs. | discuss the possibility of a series Kai and |>.irar| with a yuantrsettinn X"\ .m"'r. .\. I' I?;.*. Ki'Cal.itl.: II 'Linlnvd.T ;
home \\
tmti'itii : nee I ,, .
is "! line a rtitam.nf' ;:">'> !llff't'Ml ':cal Ch.llle: ? \ l".lll.ClrrK y i ar.l! atl.li.-- -
last Friday in Bradford County I I Comet ferryman of Jacksonville R. J. Andrews \Vestconnett of programs to be offered late (-.-t. then.f run South and parallel I' ,.f fir. u,! <-,.t.r: "f Isia-l I:, I.! \\ si :Mam, M,..".i- '
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j Sunday afternoon.Mr. I winter. with a ljuarter-j-t-, ""n line, ( "un: ". "' 1"1'101... I You are hurlsirld 't. t-
be to hear; i was home for the weekend this
Hospital: happy ( and Mis. di-tan.- i- .', \ ,, 1 -: I. .1, .
MOs; 11 :rrtri! | a of 71t feet 1. in. h.- M.uk S "'u.h. .r :: vv It 'I
that he is getting along nicely in 1 .iSylvia. Dave: Paulk and daughter and Mrs Marcus Howard Elden Mathews. Bradford High t to said Point ..f I Vein unit;, t..r k... Florida I U T 4; 12: has- I.....n d! ,
Kffw .Ii'hns were shopping and Mrs. Hogan mithHIt' of Lake Butler were guests Tuesday -I to th. highest and best bidder 1.! ,. ''above named C,I'irt! and cai-e a:.-
at his home. School Band director named
Jacksonville Wednesday was rash, and the depo.sit of $hlll nn will ... 'you are r.qur.1: 1 I". s.r\e a. ;pv '
i of Ir. and Mrs. \\ L. An- I. 'lite 4 uiil> J.i.liirs' ( uurliitl !
spending this week in Miami. temporary chairman of the groupto be r.-llir-.l of the high. M l.itldt \ for IIr..H..r,1 4...tampIn your anlO\" r ..r p't': I'I'I' .! to the r "
drews. >m sale and the l.alanttt.f on n i : \ "
I Miss Beryl Holland of Caint'sI carry on the investigation and th.purchase I'r.halr.lu 11'1..n
price to lie paid to the I' Adk I 11 "I I I -i' VI'.t \
I yule was the overnight guest Mr. and Mr Bob Lee and chil- begin the planning work for a Commissioners within :24 hours of I Ke Kstate ,"f ,Chail. I. \1.-. f .tau. I' I IFSnrad.t \ 'i..

''Sunday of her cousins Mr. and dren of Gainesville were Sunday membership drive to be held the the sale, all pursuant to said FinalIVrre Ooon: a k.1 C 1Alatimiri.: ilt I .
a-'d. ,
and to the Perree of Sale land file the 01 j. : the 'ft -
a5Gh FLORIDATHEATRE ''Mrs. Harry Mooty. Miss Holland guests of Mrs. Lee's patents Mr second and third week in January. herein rendered on l....-..ml.er "..th NOIKI: 'I tI i IiF.nllult: .. the Clerk of tl.. < 'If.-''.: C..'!".
15 I'and Mrs. 19.6 All < ....dt..r..f the K.statt, if ( before the
Mooty spent Monday and Mrs. E. J. Dowling. I After the meeting Mr. :Mathews: .
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.r n. Kelly fh.irle I.. Mi-Coon a k a r I. MJtiuon. T da\ "1.hn .7
:'in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hollings- commented "I feel the peopleof K.V.. Hayes decea>,'d. are htnlix notified ,- !otherwise'' the all gatl- '

G1 1 : Jerry Colley Photographer'sI worth and son of Lakeland were our area, and especially the A. .J. Thomasfi.mmissi.iners and required to fil. .m\' < lam.or : .,Complaint will lie taken as .
dtinands whi.h tht hax Djr you.
I Partition > may
1 e 3-c has returned to his weekend ofIrs.. Laura students will welcome a series of I Thi!' nntn-e sha.lif l..'"
guests i I I-! T ::!I 1114 afaiiist.ml: Kstate in tin in : ? i. i
yaGT I station at the Brunswick, Me. Mr. Mrs. good professional entertainmentssuch .a t6' r.iuntv JuctK'. "f niatlfi. one eah wtek f r fur i-,..1weeks ,-. ''.t .
and and Ralph
Colley : ('nuntxFlorida, III tl. riiutli.uit -. in the I.'I ,.Id! O,... > 1. .,
,INAS after spending a 10-day as the Alkahest Bureau has ''In 1 be Ilrruil'Dart n( the Kiuhlhirrull. iraph
Boyland. Starkt. Florida.! xx'tlun: 'itnt.tl.ril.tr
'leave with his mother Mrs.Margery I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Peterson of : outlined. There is nothing in our I .llIdil'lnl I'lorlilu. i ill" firs! pubh .rliru ..f this mti" 1 -
Fill. & SAT. DEC. 7-8 | Colley. Ill. returned home Wad city that is comparable and MIIK i: 0)Ill i r. MSI I ..
Macomb, I! 1'ai: h le IP! "r .1. n. tad in,,i-t t b 'in BIG DOUBLE FEATUUEPLUS Mrs. Effie Johns had as Sun- nesday after a week's visit with many folks have mentioned the "j I'radfoM r''uoty. .1 jioliti.!; ,of"I.l ." || WII'IIIK -Hill. ,111-1 s 1.T'| ttt, ,I",it t'l."I K .,t tic! t I 11' l .
d\sioii; 1,1 the Sta'tot, ,f Kl.-rid.i\ ',,, .1..1. 1 < <''. >
II dinner her niece and need This i I' -.11. n |I'e.' i !Iy Marian L. II..I by| Ii.ju-i ri
day guests I their son-in-law and daughter Mr seems to be a wonderful 1 "I't titiom. i'. \s J M IMn.inls. t .11 II | '' .in! -- ?,1 l ,H i.. ,1.1"1 i .rd,
nephew. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny. and Mrs. L. II. Gibson.Mr. I opportunity for us" ': '."'. ,ndantsI
PII ,I\r IatlIIuouu: : \ .
I Frank of Lakeland and Mrs.Iienry I :: and :Mrs.: J. H. Gill and Some of the programs under I ii'uni ni: : >i\C: j

I r; POWEll IlArn.1; Caster of Maxville.: consideration for | lu 'I'he Name tad II. '1 hr \ lioril4
grandson Flip Graham spent presentation in .
A I 1 IIf.'Ihi Mate Of I'l.tri.l.l
l1hl '" Mr and Mrs. Drew Ratliff entertained from Friday to Monday in Blac'k- I Starke include the Chanticleer i i TO .\1.1.11")1 IT M \ Y ru\-, 8 PC. BEDROOM SUIT

llaT at a buffet supper and stone. Va. visiting Mr. Gill's Male Quartet composed of four 'ii\: .\M.; ( I.. .ill ]".1--'i 1 i...'
'"p u rl.lids .r >; "i .Linn ilL MI.
d Inre at the Officer's Club last
mother Mrs. T. S. Gill. i soloists from the famed Robert iT'Kht, : title Illltttst. esl.itt .

'e;; Saturday evening following the Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto and! Shaw Chorale. Their program is ( gage; "r ttthei' Inn t" iii, "ii 'j'! ,,,,
l i 1'1.1111 panelsor land iI. r. n I.fn':
t of F football
game. Thirty family: of Jacksonville spent Sun- varied to include everything from | lles('i'ill,,'d and Ihr] f.illnu) nif; |I" I'..:,' yr"Z.i I-
ends tie-it., fiom out-of-town enjoyed day here with Mrs. L. S. Hutto. folk songs to opera and musical It"&:: >th..r with all iiiiktu-nii pI ni a M.I l 'a i.-
!'in'/ affair. '!Luniuig; liv. 1I11"'Ig'h! r "dunking"SHEFFER'S Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs E. K comedy hits to art songs. Actingout p. i-mis who ait .. .td| "

:Mi and! Mrs Resale Colson Ferryman. Mrs. J. E. Wilson and i all their numbers is an unique I who, are Hot kiionn to i i- .1. ..uii err
>j pI-nt Wt'ilni-sd-iy in Jacksonville. attended the feature of their ; Iii \ I'
Mrs. O. L. Haynes I program. i i Nantes \ ...1 Idres.r.| .w N
Mi! md Mrs Drew Reddish, district UDC meeting in Palatka The Festival! Symphonette rom- 1 I,1 M I Hdw ir.l- S'nk; 1 .i

:.' iml! Mis I Edward Beebe Mr. l.i." ,ill. c. K.lw.inlSlaim F"'l, stL'OK.lSE
e Tuesday.Mr. I posed of 14 leading musicians from ., 1:.ty..n.r. III' orp.'rated. a lu'tu.i.: ,
ml! :Mis Mr. and
Ray Taylor
and Mrs Brad Locke of New York including soprano bar I .f..riati.n;
:Mila.. k Comb" Mr. and Mrs. i 1'''' .ititm TII'I"
Jacksonville were weekend guest itone harp and violin soloists witha .1tI..1; "tIlI.IIIIg' r-a' j i1) r' '
< ;li-ne Piei and Gardner
son Rodney
of Mrs. Locke's mother, Mrs. concert of well-known musical .1:1.: k-onvillf Florid
.1'.ended\ \ the graduation banquet 1 I'. si.i -.t, .\g'.nt
SMORatEca PEN "Polka Dot Puss" Cartoon Ins the men who attended theIsupervisoty Shellie Hall. favorites is another Consideration. I A i strip of land 10 f... t t\ ?.1.UiroiiR'1 1.

Chap. No. I j "(zing: Carnival" Min Junius M. Smith and son Also discussed was the National a portion ..f th. :N ,- nhalf ,
training course 1N'l ,
..gift-boxed, ready to wrap spon- Butch will spend this weekend :in Grass Roots I : of Southeast tu.rni15ha If i
Miieil' hy the Junior Chamber of : Opera Company pre- (; I. of StvtioM Thirty Si\ t ..,
Southern Pines, N. C. as guest of I ITusvii,hip Six IIi I .uth. K.IIIJ; :
senting a
SUN. MON.. & TUBS. I Commerce and held in the ball- of Mrs. Smith's son-in-law and group yuung singers : Twenty-one CM .:a"l. lir.nlionl i:
s room of the Seminole Hotel in I and actors in comic musicals sungin aunty, Florida lying :i'n, f... i i.i.either '
DEC !9.1011Anything i
$795only daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles- English. This side I of a renterlims.ui itenterline
Jacksonville group travels
Tuesday evening.Mrs. ,
t b t'inR more p.irti tilt! h
and I'
Myers family. : complete with stage settings, cos- d.-s..nli.-d as follow.s. REDDOnil.E
I J. 1-:. Wilson and Mrs.L. !) ;
can Mrs. K1.. Hazen of Drooker ;: tumes and lighting effects. PianoI ''..nimeii.. 'e at Southeast c..mti, I' !
1)>. in Gainesville
A handsome and useful ata Vining were
gift I is visiting Mr. and Mrs:: Vascr I' said; North half (X',| of ;s..utli. ,-itfuarter :
numbers .MIRROR)
available ) { :
include ) Now
low price! Anyone on your j Monday. I I 1 SKi, and run I I h. ii' Only
I happen to Hazen.J. & Neal), popular) husband and wife :North zero ((I.) deKre.-s. four I
list will this clean- Mrs. K. G. Duncan
appreciate was
j visiting \\'. Abernathy of Daytona two I'Hinit.-s and ti\nity <:;HI ., .....1)dPLt LARCJE; CHEST OF DRAWERS) .:
filling pen. Choice of smooth- i Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Duncan i in.,.1 I piano team and the American : .t along the Easterly l.iiinlaiIhereof. \
writing. palladium silver point a girl in Gainesville Monday Beach spent Sunday with his son i Piano Trio.Details I a distant of sic 1".11..1|
\ I in-law and daughter Mr. and :Mrs: si\t\-one: and twentyoutl.un,- INNERSl'RI.Vi{ MATTRESS lft.95
Come in and make your selection Mrs. W. B. Sewell spent the i of memberships in the dredths 4i(Shl.21); ; : feet to point ..) $1

today! THE SOLID GOLDCADILLAC I i weekend in Leesburg with her 1... J. Grren. i organization will be forthcoming In KiniiiiiK. From point of I I., mnnipir BOX SI'JUNCS; 1"i
I Miss Jean :Mundy: spent the thus .1"'rh.I., run ;S..irhstye.iBht
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and I as work progresses during the
(ti>) decrees, foiifinHi
I I' 'Irs. J. D. Cottrell. weekend in Tampa as the guest of i next few weeks. minutes and I"ntI"I: s 1'- i :2 FEATHER PILLOWS \: SPREAD

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Byrd and dudsVest.. a (distant ..f s\ I
I Mrs. Minnie Rabb of Jackson- I I l'IIII.lr..d eighty-self and fnt\-M\ I

i iI I ;vIle spent the weekend here withI family. II I i )l-iindredths t6'.7aaif.! .-e.t l.. ,n.ancle I
Give proudly Brad Chase of Gainesville wa--. | Mrs. George Lee has returned point run then.t- Snntlsome"tuns II: ,
and Mr.
Y I her son daughter-in-law
) a gueri Sunday afternoon of :Mrs: 'I home after being in Jacksonville i "" (;'I) deprtts, r"I'I- i
4+ :Viand Mrs. Harry Rabb Jr. ,11\'e 14;;) minutes arid fortv IWI<
Etta Hoover. here she was called by the: i sic.onds \\-t a di,tan.-.. of tit 123 Last 4 I PHONE E
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward ol !
without paying + Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot illness of her mother.I )l-iMi.lr.il' tlurt-sl\\ .ind tw. t.'titlis" Ii I
Lake City and Mrs. DeWitt Jones ''.' .2t fret I.. an .iiifrlt- p..11i' i.i, SOStarke
spent Sunday afternoon in Sand I and :Mrs.: Charles Knight of' l tlto II. r Soiiih s.rsnrsight, : ,' iT ililt Call I
fancy price! nf: Gainesville! were guests :Sunday ''a' !, ,
a ,
s Jl rty-v\!| I.:; | "
erson with Mrs. W. F. BarefootMr. i(Gainesville; r 110111111.-| | .1 .1!
: of Mrs S. L. Peek Sr. were guests Saturdaynight f.-iu Jill.) v, riK W. -, ., ,| : f la.
ana Mrs. George Bennett of his grandmother. Mrs. I) ': ..f 1.1. .. ii UIII I', ,1 I"is, n. I l Street u
Dill Powell. lull I I
Drew Ratliff.
%Jtt nCP i and son. Kimball of Orlando were E. Knight. it.t: I. III .II, ,.; 1. I'" 'I it( i ', t i ". .
Graham and II. A. Bishop Jr, Si Imli \t\ -. \ !1), fI'; 01.| ,
"' spent from Monday to Thursday weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Mrs. I. A. Davis and Mrs. C "I't-a" II'I, 11'01", ..,. .l, ,

1 w 4 I Junius M. Smith and :Mrs.: J. E E. Johns spent last Friday i ir I" '" I '. ,,iil., x -. t d' I !
hunting in the Scrub. I\l" Irndi. : d ,. fits.! I
( 1 i I Wilson. Jacksonville.Mr. I"" 'l 1' !I. _
n : \ 1 Mrs. R. J. Davis and Mrs. NelmaKeene 'I.' v. i I J
j I I Recent guests at the home of :: and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis have: ..1 1\\:1: : f... l.! -I, t I: ." !i I. ",. -
are spending Thursday
1 tuJ'eunt. 'arrmTXE ; Rev and Mrs. S. J. Grady were returned to their home in:1.: .- ----
i'nd Friday in Gainesville shop- J
eu GOLDCADILLAC Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cutler of mington. Del. after spendm: _
I : SOLID 11 i ing and visiting relatives. :
Holyoke Mass., Mr. and :Mrs.: time here
some as guests of Mls'
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus spent
ELLEN ::22.95DantY Henry Slappey of Jacksonville '
lewis's brother-in-law and sister
+ weekend Chat-
cmahonMasterPect j Thanksgiving in '
nee ot .r- Uhoochee with Mr. and Mrs. II. I and Mrs Lillie Tillis and Mrs Col. and Mrs. T. T. Lon);:. Din' FOR THE CONVENIENCE

wary and DeautY --a r4 Dourdy of Lake Mary. :, their
stay they spent I'\\I:
JUDYas PAUL i ill. Tyus.
: Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish Mrs. R. E. Jones of Cocoa has ,', lava in Ft. Lauderdale
been visiting the R. E. Jones :

0 8\t a a. HOIUDAYDOUGLAS I ;:nd baby. Stanley were weekend family during the past week. :i|' THE RIGHT POINT for tin I '
of relatives in Jackson-
I Friends of Charles Larrrn of i\"a>' you write. Come in and select

.4.F rll v.AI oe"lOlIS _SIiIIoIII1I,1P1'1I'II Christmas Shoppers
favorite F.STF.KHKOOh:
unllu's ylantatrfil I ville.Mrs Lakesland brother-in-law of Mrs. jour
........ Junius Smith and Mrs. Poim'taiii
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tin in ta* a ..... 1)) E. Knight will regret to learn IVn. TF.I.KXiKAHIi :
.--.o.. W.ba4..1)L. ...... I H C. Brown were in Jacksonville i __ _n
.U.M id.PLUS / that he is confined in the :Methodist : -
Wednesday The I ireiiil t.f 'I lie r.luht: JiidieiaI
} ursaaA.atfedeaaD I Hospital Houston Texas following ireinI tif ritiritl.-i Innd t-oi
Mrs. S. E. Simmons Mrs. Pete
: IlriuMoril I'liunt In ( hnnerriMamie
$29LS serious heart ; :
a operation.Mr.
SDIak rate. and "' You" ('artMr ''G Folos and Mrs. J..1. Arnold L fl.iin.; I': i n-. \ : THE FOLLOWING STORES
.Mice Meeting 1
r dustteastanlase : i and Mrs. James A. Lewi, Ki..ert .1 "".il andd.. 1 I.i 1" ,' .
.-.ltrndl'd the State Hospital Auxi- '
I' Mr. and M -s. Vernon Silcox andMr. Ills. xvtf-. Ii.-fend.ints
Ir.iy I association meeting in Jacksonville { '..II.-e Of *>"leXolne
Prmtdd; ocioiiKil ...>' ;is propwly' I WED THURS, & FlU. and Mrs. L. W. Duncan attended i is hrreby. tfixtn tli it tl:iundersigned
....... ... Thursday of last week. I ,
.d aft.- YKaa the Miami-Florida Commis-Mont aini''int'
DEC l -lJ.ll: :Mr and Mrs. U. E. Edmondson I gameir. ed l.xthe Final Dei.retto r. o .11 WILL REMAIN OPEN
fine Saturday after- '
attended the American Hospital lard on September 5. I I't'.r.! : ui. :! -
tin 1-I .
r at public outcry during
7 i invention( held in Jacksonville noon.Mr. hctfs nf sale on Dre4 Inh.I 1 :' It
WADSWORTHWATCHES and Mrs. Roy Reddish and I .. ,
'.. '
""Wednesday to Friday of last 1! 6. at the South frmit .l'
What family of \\'ebstl'r't>re guests the I'ountxCourt H.uis*. ill s'.ti ; .

from lust was her u irk Mrs Foster Shi Smith spent !Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. lowing Bradford descnlied County.; Florida land. .mi th.}! i.f.,I'i H All Day Each WEDNESDAYUNTIL

Kmney. mints situate in Kradfonl ''UII'
a secret? Wednesday in Branford with Mr. Florida to-xvit: rCoiitnien.'inK
Mrs. Janie Awry Carswell is
| 95 and Mrs J. J. Lipsey and grand- at fhe X." th.t i-t i '
$19 spending several weeks in Jack Her nf Southwest (Jn.irterSection "f
n ?lh,M', Mrs W. P. Lipsey.Mi IS. Toxx-nshiji v > '11'1,
sonville]) while taking a series of
I M-G-M and Mrs. Merrill McMillan:: Range: 22 East, them e run W. AFTER CHRISTMAS
; x-ray treatments and was in St. HII feet to a IliIXT 'W 1 Ci:I hHNNINO ; : I
Pricti /Incl fed. la
end I'hildien spent the weekend in
l .
I P.USnrtsI Vincent's Hospital last week. Her : :; thence runV..--t 17- I.I.I
Quit man. I;a visiting her parents. I thence run South 17" f.,, P'.J; I ,
Product of ELGIN National Watch Co (address is 1405 River Oak Road, run East 4i:! feet 'li.'i. i
\!- ui.i Mi, ; T. C. Rogers. .
North 170 f. r..in .f !1.
t to '
>v t Jacksonville 7. -
Guaranteed DuraPower MainspringrJELR I e
McCondirhie and
M H II I ,
McKinney Tatalso
spending '
. \I' 1: .1 P.tvis( were in Jackson- I and Traiti'! M
several days this week in Miami Pleasant on Silx-er I.tk. .. -I
r > '" e"t i Tuesday MMtin-j dix-isltm. as per plat tin M f Robbin's Department StoreBarksdale's

GEM ...nd" i n bus.ness.: corded in I'lat Book J a' I ,

Kenneth Tyus who has h. < r 0 -= =
l t ;ii. --- --=---
I.. 1011.-<1 in Norfolk V.i. !iIM"

"The House of Fine I i adarman on the 1'--:; :; N. i Department StoreStump's

UiaDunds"to VV'\I.TER PiDCEONPLl mi is station in Lisbon. I'lc-'ui, WE

I Mi and Mrs. Leo Edw.ud.s :and

!} E. CALL ST. S h'idien;: of Femandma v'ie URGE

I I ""Tuj: float (.rann\ "-( artoo n \ .-lIll1grl'iall'es heir t' .er tin JHATEvangelist :I Department Store

STARKE FLA. i ekend.Mr I

I "?4- and Mrs. Merntt Wilin;..

spent the weekend in Ru.stis.ii! .YOU
j H. Priest Company
his mother. Mrs. M. H. Williams .

HAVE YOUR CHILD'S PHOTO Miss Frances Landrum was

\isiting Mr. and Mrs. Dick Swff'ri I

MADE WITH SANTA CLAUS i man in Gainesville over the week I Roberts
end. Jewelry tOlen's

I Mrs. Merrill Struth and Mrs.

George Roberts are spending ,

today and tomorrow in Deland I II Department Store

I I with relatives. I Eddie Lieberman
Ltha i

,.. i i. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Alvarez i d

37r '1 and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond !' December 9th Thru 16th -- 7:30 P.M.RRST Bottom Dollar/
their / Mr
I accompanied by guef s. .
and Mrs. Milton Lang of :Miami j

were guests of Mr. and :Mrs: Jerry .

I \ p- dav.I Moore. in Waycross. Ga. last Sun BAPTIST CHURCH Eagle's Department Store

I I Mrs J 1.. Anderson and Mr .

j and Mrs. R. V. Turner and children J i HAMPTON FLORIDA
of Raiford spent ::'olondJ.J'1 Western Auto Associate Store

1 afternoon in Jacksonville.Mrs. .

O Inspiring Sermons Each Nite By
R. R. Crosby and son, Donald I
"Santa"Vill Be At Our Studio Sat. Dec.
and daughter. Elaine and Dr. Lieberman Ronnie Donnie

6, 9:30 A. M. To 5:30 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner and I

son. Douglas spent from Thursday -j O Special Music In Every Service

Special Holiday Prices to Sunday in Miami as guests I

of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Callahan. Bullingtons Studio & Gift Shop

One 5x7 - $1.00 Mrs. I. E. Clark spent last Sunday School Goal -- 200!
week In Jackson'il1eith her

Three for - $2.50 daughter-in-law Mrs. K. D. Clark I
and baby Lisa, while Mr. Clark I I Gem Jewelry

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY was in Philadelphia on businessMr.

and :Mrs.: A.1.. Seig of COME AND BRING A FRIEND j

CHRIS J.HEWBERN STUDIOS. Gaines'ille'isited friends here : Starke Hardware Companyn

last Saturday. MARVIN E. FAILS Pastor
Woody Sims of Savannah Ga

Walnut St Near P. 0.. Starke. Fla. was a guest last Monday of Mr. i
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uAAAAAAAAAAAAAU.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA; I proJe<'ts which they carry the tautay 4-11 :Nathan Stlrlmgn Lawte\ Mr Leslie Sweat and faniy.: c. B Nolan and I sins> wore tor. tidy Helen Shuford of 1..1.>'.

girls seed they wanted to do some Patsy Sapp \\.fi tieiUtl pie--i Mr and Mis Rudy Higinbotham Mr and Mra Rudy H.gpmbot-:: moment guess of Mr Nolan'rsister lev, visited relatives here Su-.l! ,
Home Demonstration j scrapbooks i on safety and| poetry ,dent by the group Vonda Starling visited \\.th Mr and Mrs ham and Miss Jewel Higginbot Mrs Kathleen Wilson IP 'wning.
awl do work on etiquett. is the secretary, and the names of Nathan Starling in Lawtey last
some '
4 ham were visitors in Jacksonville Jacksonville, Thanksgiving night C. B. Nolan was a Dus'ne'' vi:-
the rest of the officers ob- 'I
Notes are not
and grooming Sunday. : Saturday night. | Little Lana and Joey Nolan or in Gainesville and i'*. \ViMondav. .:'
They learned two new songs tainable at present. This club had Mr. and Mrs Lafay Carroll of lat Saturdav night with .
byDOROTHY elected it's officers before the Mr and Mis Owen Anders spent .
' ; 2 and ale anxious to put on some with it and family of Jacksonville visited Latowere supper guest ofMr. their gr.I1lp.uenlsIr.. and Mis IAI | G. W. Brown 1 is still a PI'l':
ROSS agent
skits this year. The enthusiastic Sunday afternoon with Mr and and Mrs Lese: Sweat !list thur \\.IKnson. in J.II onulleMi at Hope Haven Hospital. li".
girls are
n ( / Home Demonstration Agent At the next meeting Mary prospects for the year as evidenced over- Mrs. Dan Parrish and Mr ans Monday l'\'enin:. Ht.>'t>r fluky ud duish- lu v\ .1: be home soon.
Jane and Barbara Jean will teach -
FLint Tns Xow I j and money for the trees in time i the group to decorate Christmas by the large attendance, coop-
I eration and I
From now until the buds burst i, will have to be removed or else cookies and the agent will demon- 4-H spmtStarke Club., --- --- \
next spring is the time to fi-i out I pruned back severely. strate the making of candy
of clubs the 5th 1
trees Iff best to buy trees at a A good rule to follow is to Brooker s.'nior111 in R
reliable: !local l nursery rather than transplant a tree in soil at leastas I lots and 6th. grades at Starke School
The senior reallyhad
girls will be
completed soon.
digging them out of the woods or good as that from which it Satur-
I of fun when they gathered
stock. This hxs At rate, be ,
buying shipped-in ame. any sure :youhave day at the Community Hall .for ........................
been found true by many of our adequate Drainage, for a tree
their first
people in the county. j( cannot stand "wet feet. Well-I
made Christmas tandy
If you decide to dig up wild rooted manure, leafmold or peat They MAXV1LLEtty ,
trees for transplanting, pick out I I!I gives the tree an extra boost, especially and elected officers. Judy Kelley

specimens growing in the open !I if the land is poor. heads the group with Jo Ann i Sirs.! C. B. NolanUUUAAAUUAAAAAAAAAAA I II I
rather than in the deep woods. An important step is to dig the Green as vice-president.; Virginia ,

The root system is better as there holes before the trees are broughtin Parrish, secretary; Gayle

has been less competition from cutting down the amount of Andrews, reporter, and Anneta Mrs Lavern Lucas has return
time the trees out of the Mott and Breverly Green, enter-
ether trees.Evergreens are ed to her home her after undergoing -
tainment committee.
should be moved witha ground. surgery in St Vincent's
4-11 Clubs will meet the first Saturday
f They -
ball of earth around the roots. I II Hospital, and is getting along
Three 4-H clubs in the month at the hall. In
These trees can be planted from II were organizeiin nicely.
late summer until early spring. the county last week. I January the girls will start work I Miss Debbie Phillips enjoyed i

Deciduous trees such as elm, ISrookt-r Junior 4-11 i on the electricity project, when the Thanksgiving holidays With:
maple sycamore dog wood, red The junior group at Brooker! each will make a reading lamp]I; relatives in Valrico and Tampa.

bud and some oaks can be moved met at school and Barbara Jean I' which meets the specifications for i,I i We are glad that Mrs. Dorothy I
with their roots bare up until they Green was elected president. The good lighting j I
I I Kilgore is better after a few days
are 15 feet tall. 'I other officers are vicepresidentMary After the meeting the girls j illnesa I .J- _-,.-.::::'"
People often plant trees too Jane Bigham: secretary sang and played games
I : Little Harold Cell, son of Mr I
lose to windows or walls of a Jean Endicott. Girls wishing to join the Kioiif
and Mrs J. D. Bell, has been ill.
building This is a waste of time : In addition to their individual are cordiallv invited.Priest's ,: \ \ '
We wish him a speedy recovery
I Mrs Arthur Wilkinson, Mrs =;;
1: Ed Harris and Mrs. Ralph Silas

TOYTOWNIs of Jacksonville were guests of '

I Mr and Mrs J. C. Nolan and You better JooJiitta in a 57 Chevrolet !
I i family last Friday, and attended get

) I Again Ready To Serve Your NeedsThis i! the Friday piano night recital with in them.Sanderson ,

I Miss Violet Burnsed was an There's a whole new outlook }behind the wheil-a
I overnight guest of Miss Jewel hood. And}
view of the road over that sassy:
is the THIRTY-SECOND Christmas that PRIEST'Shave I j Notch Sunday night. bigger
isn't that new instrument panel a honey!
assembled wonderful i We are sorry to learn that Mrs
a most of Toys, Gifts
Polly Griffis got her hand caughtin Chevrolet
I and Decorations. Our long experience has enabeled us to I the wringer of her washing Look windshield through that and 57 you seercA

bring the most complete and best selection this I machine last Thursday, :Mrs: D rz// how its new deeper design k--
you ever # "
4- B. Griffis rushed her to the doctor gives you better, safer vision. ( ,.

4'y year. We invite you to come into our store, look around I in Baldwin and he had to take / .{ iJa Glance down-just a bit- ? ; '
I eight stitches in it. Surely hope ._____. "
and make your selections early. We will be glad to LAYAWAY : she is getting along nicely. and your eyes rest on the =-
instrument ; .. = ,
sweetest panel a =:- ,i
until Christmas. Little David Harris, son of Mr had.
1 car ever ;
and Mrs. Milton Harris has been
: ill at his home here. I mm Then take the wheel andyou'll j&r
find the going's"Cn i
I Miss Merle Higginbotham was better than the looking!
TRICYCLE HORSEMAN'S"LOVE HEAL STEEL I a business visitor In Starke en om" p. hi performance to
(Horsepower ranges up
I Monday. engine elro cost also avaltable al .w-t,t-;).). Come in and sec. Snti"f. montll and sas5v. The Eel A r t>->e-t L e + Ro.'v! b/ F.shc

WAGONSDOLL Friends of Mrs. Hattie Nolan

.J, ) ME" will be interested to learn that __u u__. ._
she is getting along nicely following

c6105eries serious injuries which she Only franchised Chcirolct dealer jUUfLQlif display this famous trademark
I received in an automobile wreckon
Wednesday morning, ::021
She 13 i still confined to the Riverside .

I I I The Hospital Daniel in Boone Jacksonville.PTA wil' RAT LI FF CHEVROLET COMPANY(

I hold its regular meeting on We.tDel'

.. -.- 12, at 2:15: p. m. at the '\"lt OJ.1!I St Star k('. Florida Phone 111
-; sdiool: All parents are urged tr I _

"' "..;'-. ;,(:.., t attend I
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Home Demonstration Club which'

Rocketrike $12.95We was supposed to have been held I' HANDY FLAME SAYS:
s on \\eil, Nov. 28, was postponed
have trikes from $3.93;) : because of illness. The next meeting I
will be held Wed.
x d morning
up to 19.95 Dec IS, at 10 o'clock. All members 1' '
4 A Heal Steel Wagon for a an* urged to attend anc'! s
y real boy $1.19Ve : visitors are welcome. I E'
i Mrs. Dora North is better after
A Real Beauty $4.95 several days illness last week. TIM !
\ hale Cirey; Hound Deluxe Mrs.
I C. B. Nolan was ill! a few
Our doll selection is from and Radio Flyers up days last week.

the several best Doll Houses to ___- $8.5)3): Mrs. D. J. Parrish was a patient

I in the country They sleep, 'I in Riverside Hospital in I II

.t, cry, walk and some even I Jacksonville for a couple of days!
.,'ll hate the new Pastel hair. ,! last week and seems to be get-

+ $ We have them, small and ting along nicely now. And Only A Few More Shopping Days Until/ Christmas

large. KK Claude North spent the week

end with his family, Mr, and Mrs


-: I Friends of J. C. Higgmbothair j 1

will be glad to know that he is : oii r r OF THIS
better after a recent illness i I

1L I" Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat an<' I! L "W ALL WHITE, PORCELAIN TOP,

'' :1+,1 Ih daughter were business visitors IP I )
Pull Train $1.98 O Dial Telephone 59c I Jacksonville saturday. I
Piano Recital i

Fur a small t tot t, .1:0':;. a real Slinky Train $1.69 Telephones are lots of fun. \ A piano recital for the pupil ,

beauty Our Slinky Toys are fine We have several numlJl'rs.Cowbow !I, of Mrs. Virginia Combs of Sand I .: ; II p @rq 1@@ t
for smaller tots. erson was held last Friday night j i .
:;U30, at the :Manntown: Con i .. .
giegational lI line H Church. Thr I II I rrz-- r ) I'I
pupils from :Maxville participating i I I "
ti .I '
Iti were Carolyn Strickland, Karen I I X

&k: and Sharon Griffis, Lana Nolan | I ,

era, Gene Johnson and Claude and ", ,I
r Roger North ,| I

i :Mr and Mrs Leslie Cursor i GAS RANGEd
and fdiiuly of Starke visited m''!

Maxville Sunday and attended the '

Sinking Convention at the :\Iax-I| -d

o ,, Mile Son Baptist Rosier Church.of the Evergreen,, L- CHRISTMAS r MORN

Church, Carlton and Truby Gnf ;
fis of Lawtey Mrs Gladys Cope ; And Congratulate Yourself on .

Banjo $2.29 ALUMINUM TEA SET I'' land and family, and Mr. and Airs ; Wise Buying!
Guy Frigo and daughters of Jack :

IS Piece Aluminum Tea Set 9Sc ; sonulleis.ted! Sunday with M' i
Texan Guitar - $3.69 and :Mis.: Pete Griffis. r GAS
:31 Piece Aluminum Tea Set $1 OS) I I
Mrs. D. H. Hill has returned I
Talk about fun >our jounijster can hale Fisher Price Jungle Giraffe 79c ; home from a visit with her FREE AND

it with one of these. Fisher Price Gran'pa Frog 7JC) band in Key West. hus'l -f
i Mrs. Janie Higginbotham and i iI i- INSTALLATIONFREE9X12

I Mrs. Lois Waters and family of I
RUBBER DOLL Jergens Cologne Set
Lawtey attended the Highland !
I Zoo Sunday afternoon.Mr. HEAVY WEIGHT
I :: and Mrs. J. C. H.ggmbut ': F E E
jJERGENS COLOGNE DUO : ham: and daughter spent Satulda-: I CONGOLEUM RUG Your Choice Of Colors

I night and with Mrs '
Sunday HI!>- I
...' MATCHINGFRAGRANCES I ginbotham's parents, Mr and Jirs; i II

;t; S j, Henry Wellhausen, Vir0iniu C.I.!. I
non, Ida Lee GriffiS and Bilh
l. .1! ., of I !
and Bobby Nolan.
NO !
: iI I
( \.'J .?''; .. 1e { O at:4 A good crowd and a bIg t.m I I I
., i' ') was enjoyed by all who atti-ndc
the Singing Convention whit h wa

: =.. :/' ... 'e ;| fOR PUBSE .. 69 rtus held at the :Max\ille: Bapti TRADE
: > ? FOR DRESSING TABLE tAx Church last Sunday. Dinner was I PAY ONLY $2.50 PER WEEK
served the MODE 9F1
Y I on grounds Among:;
'l\.....- the singers were the Bradford
County Singers, The Duval As- Complete Bottled Gas; Service for Commercial Home or Farm Use Heat With the Faster Cleaner Ca

"So-Wee" Tiny Doll 15y Sun We hate Name Brand Sets Real Football $2.29 nx-iational Singers and the Sun- SEE

Hubber $l 9S Come in and see them nyland Trio.

See Us NOW for Christmas Cards, Decorations and Fine Candies John A the basketball North home Sunday of game Mr.was afternoon and playedat Mrs Harry C. Elrod Furniture Co. .

Playing were Leonard W:Ikinsor

Billy Taggart, John and Ed \\at !

TilE IS If 1 IT 1-OINT for the I
:3c; TO $I 00 STORES
way: you write. Come In and tl # Lowest Prices Easier Terms Your Credit Is GoodUGE
Clyde t
Manager Lit l jour fa\orite KsTEIUJKOOK
Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH I =-

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I Lutheran Services Saturday morning and evening !\Electricity Kills dreamed would one day be -a reali-1 I in Aladdin's lamp mu.-.t be conty. -
and of course on Sunday morning I
but electricity like the genii trolled in order for :t t<> bf J
Regular services will be held Dark then Mrs Hornsby said. i I
luxuries fur f"I.'flthers: never useful ar..I 1 lurmlo.r\ int '
Sunday night at .:30 o'clock, at .s- F"lkWl'ren't so full of pridenen )1,000 Each Yeari -

he home of Mr. and Mrs. Geol;l r : ,ti> they are now. she said: i<
Thi used to go to church wear- That's Our liusiness
717 West St
Kaufmann, Cypress j : 1,000 Innocent victims
f II"'p'n; ; shoes"* heavy shoes j 01 S S
The Rev. A. F. Geibhardt, pas ,
walk "the last mile": to death
I If It's lias.(; .. \\e Ha\e !It !
... t.n of the First Lutheran Church n'ti h: I brass plate on the toe), | byl I I'I -
bur thth.ui electric shock every year in the / CALL
of Gainesville, will conduct the f "\ pride enough to berlenit 'I WHITE or VISIT
t > and ,decent United States. | I '
At The Tabernacle Presbyterian Church -.ervites.: .
Guest speaker for the Second They didn't auk for money in j A miscarriage of justice: not 1Li; Joe Peters Glass Co.

Mrs. Phyllis Martin, the Go. pe' i KndaAdult Chou practice Sunday in Advent servucj, will --> i (-nun'a men, she said. When a at all, for they are victims not I

Pabeinarle! missionary to Ecuador 7pm be Mr. A. Meissner, I Vicar) of '" irtiiiii> was in need! a collection oC a jur"s'c dict, but of then | FOR ANY (IJ1.ASS; NEED
; A taken for them but other-
us ,
South America, reported Sun- Sunday School 9:15: a. m. Morn the First Lutheran Church < up own or someone else's lack 01't We (DeMtrn Modern :Store Fronts

nay that she will return to her ing Worship, sermon by Rev. Orville Gainesville and Ocala. ).. t"inhe U..Sthere, said.was no regular collec- knowledge. They lose their li\v.- I i Just Mail I I..1 Pattern for

field of service on Jan. 5, flying All persons without a him.church i."t in the electric chair: but 111' Tahlr
111., Tons
Mann of Springfield I
nun Miami at 3 a. m. and arnvng are invited to attend. i remember a mean old teach- whatever everyday pursuits glee ,

in Quito in time for lunch. 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship, 6 p.m.: ,.: that we had," she laughed. "He ,|'the power is a factor, and tnoa,;: 1313 N W 4th PI. Gainesville; Fla. Phone FH. 2.4353

rimstmas remembrances have Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7.. iVlelhodist' Church rx had a knot on the back of his they are guilty of no (crime :'u.- --
head and he I I
l/een mailed out to other Mission- p. m. was always givingone unfortunates are just as dead ,I:

.ines m foreign fields. A committee Thursdaylen: of the Church Sund.lY915., Sunday sihunl! of us a whipping, especially ;though they had been strapped .1.1I

has been chosen to arrange supper meeting. 7 p. m. 11. morning worship; 1-5 p. mOrgan Ralph! Blanchard. I remember one I[ the electric chair and the > .n'en-:
nine this teacher fell in
same a
the Christmas program, and prac- concert of Christmas mu turned on.Nearly .
Ot' CHRIST bi :ini-h. and we laughed as he got
1t' will soon be under way. The ( sic. Claude Murphree, University I every dawe ind t.
out and hat floated down-
xact date will Le announced late C. I.t'rturf Jr.. Minister of Florida organist! and ore his I hear about someone who has urn.: '
I Bible 10 a. m. stlt'am.
t f..1 I the presentatIOn. Sunday Study ganist for the First Baptist nutted unpremeditated sun'ide b\
"We had of teachers
11 m. Evening a couple
\Ioimng Worship a. Gainesville will be at the the Inexorable laus
Church, .. ignoring 01
7:30 t wo liked Miss Webb and Jimmy
CHRISTIAN CHURCH I Worship p. m. \Vurhtzer Organ. 5:45: recreationfor Y Ku'kliter," electricity that separate the qUid K
she added. ,
K',.. J. K. Sherwood, Pastor Wednesday Bible Study 7:30: :MYF; 6:15 "Dine-A-Mite": ; I' Mrs. Hornsby's face wreathedin 'I rom the dead. rRecently TAPE RECORDER

Bible School, 9:45: a. m. Morn- p. for MYF; 6:15, worship Florence Strickland Horn.byShe I
m.Radio "Old l> program a smile as she thought of her a young woman in
,ng Worship, 11 a. m. Youth program athS"I' for MYF; 7:30: evening church II childhood '
: I Chicago was electrocuted when
-hurch, 6:30 p. m. All young i each Sunday 9am. service. I'
!people invited. : VVDVH. I I t Laughed Rest Runner i she pi"ked up the cord oi IP
i "We played games such as I i'electric i fan while mopping

: GK.YI1AM baseball, and dare base. Cathy ,i floor. The cord frav.d!
was vii 'i
I BAPTIST ('llt'RCIISunday 'I When\ Teacher Kickliter and I were the best ,i,i i j, the floor was wet a dt-adi.> i in s S a o
School, 10 a. m. Morning -
and always wanted
runners they I i
|I bination.
FIRST PCHURCH Worship,- 11 a. m. Training' us on their team," she said.

Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship -' Fell "We used to throw peaches into II I Every year a few untinnknif.
In Branch
7:30: p. m.-- Rev. \\'. O. '' the lake and dive for them. And I|I citizens decide to enjoy the inn
STARKE FLA. Collins. Sr., pastor. venience of a radio, hair-diver we used to fish for bream a lot, ,,
.. she added. | sunlamphile taking a' bath \
Retired now alter long years of i|'lAnd every year some of them hav SOUND CENTER !
HAINES Pastor The Strickland farm was loaded .
farming in Bradford County, Mr. !
I their lives when
out the
CHURCH OF CHRIST i '| snuffed
with fruit of all kinds. There were
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I 635 MacMahan St. I i living and Mrs.on their Jim farm Hornsby located are a still few oranges (sweet, bittersweet and !] appliance falls into the bathtun

C. L. Oerturf Jr.. MinisterSunday For when a person is sitting Oi:
Pastorium which for
Phones Office 234 I j miles east of Starke on SI -16. were very good
Bible Study 10 a.m. I, making pies) an orchard of plums standing in water, an elfi-tr.i '
---- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Mr. Hornsby, 56, was raised bananas, peaches, and grapes. shock is hundreds of tinier nni'povteiful ; F

Sermons: 11 :001.: 8:00 P.M. Worship 6:30: p.m. I near Kingsley Lake, and remem- "We used to can a lot of than a dry suita' < i

1 P.M.>> : Wednesday Bible Study 7:30: bers the early days of Lawtey [ ,,,< > ;
Sunday School 9:15; A.M. Training Union 6:13 I very well. things, Mrs. Hornsby said. "My I. ,
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pm. mother used to fix sweet pickled
:Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M I I i "I was the first one to use a peaches which were very good. Mutuals of Wausau

NKW mum |. mowing machine around there," Some northern people showed her Quick thinking can oitm J" ,
Hear the Sunday Morning Service OHr1 111 at K \PTIST CHURCH he chuckled A man named Ott how to can. I '
the difference between 1::" 'it
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- brought it here from up north, i I "At first we used to cook in the I
3 and 5 ,
l 11 a m Regular Broadcast Every 1, Sunday. death when electric p.m-: ,s .
and he offered to let it
hip Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv- me use to fireplace" she said, "but later onj I

.-_._ -. -c----== ;ire 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each! cut grass around town. and to cut 1 we got a stove and that made i ning wild, Meyer say; r. "

_. -,- .. - -- \'.' dnesday. 7-:30: p. m. Everyone) mulch. Up to that time folks had things easier. We used candles for I I four young men in t tl.t! h-.

.'omL.. I* Parker, pastor I cut mulch with a sythe or with a hg-ht. were riding in an ''ir >
I a hoe. I)
NORTH SIDE ; "I remember one Yankee who neighbors were the Sik! 'ox. the top of the car. Or !'

\PTIST CHURCH j|I settled in Cracker Six. lIe brought Strong, and Ladd families. The I the group jumped clear: .,t "..

Sunday :School, 10 a. m. Morn- down some of those big horses nearest doctor was at Waldo. being careful not to 'e .' ? r N +

rig Worship 11 a. m. Training, with feet as big as dishpans. and "We got our water from a fine I tact with the vehu !,' ,i> i F

rlUi ':'11111. 6:30: p. in Evening Wor-I turned them loose in a field of bubbling spring which was right ground at the same tl'i.'' I r .

.hip 7-30: p. m Prayer MeetinpVdnesday broom sedge grass. First thinghe near the lake. The spring was used ( action saved their lives ',>:

\\ 7.30 p. m. Everyone I knew, those horses' hips were !' a lot until later when the cem- t}jey had stepped from :the! n.'

I i-lc, .HUP E c. Haivey. pastor standing out so bad you could eterv was used more extensively to the ground they w')n': i; t t. i.i --

j hiinsr a hat on them." "We had a lot of fun in the ear- been instantly killed. i r

HIGin\.\Y )1.\1'1':1. lv days at singing parties. We'd' ,
I'irst StrawiHrricsHornsby One of the most pr-i'.n f"'1',1'i

t Sunday school l, 10 a. m.; Church,I said he also set out meet at each other's home and : of home entertainment today i

SAVE services, 11 a. m; Evangelistic the first strawberries in the <:ng and enjoy it a lot. I remember -' television- harmless pastime \f
Music? Memories Partv Pleasure'
I or
services. 7:30: p. m.; Thursday, Lawtey area near the Methodist there was an organ at'I| you observe a few common-sonsi
young people's meeting, 7:30: p. Church for a11'. Knickerbocker. Mr. Howe's home." i' safety rules. Professional Use? Your \crsatile Voice of

j i m He said back in those days, pickers I She married Jim Hornsby when j j First Meyer cautions, never Music tape-o-matic has features to record

were paid two cents a quart. I she was 15 at Green Cove Springs .!!, erect a tall television antenna and play them all! You can create jour own

p? $180.00 \\()OII B.iPTIST\W.N ;MISSIONARY He worked then for $1 a week I and the couple lived for a time at II j''close to a power line. Severa1 library of music with authentic high fidelity results.
and his board. Titusville. They had 13 chil- deaths have occurred to date The V-M 700 can he

10 a m. Sunday School, 11 a.m He has been living for over 40 ren. of whom six are living. as I I I while towers were being erected the life of a party and
preaching. 6:15: BTU 6:45: prayer follows only $179,95See
years on his present farm. He lIn I II I addition, an installed antenn your "reminder" for
i'' service, 7 o'clock song services.SE1'E. pointed out some of his farm Mrs. Lester Hall, Starke: Mrs
big CU. I(i could hit a power line if weakenedsupports business too!
buildings, and said he made the I George Burrs, Green Cove Spring- give way in :a wind-I
ft. upright 'I i
Elmer and "Mutt, Jacksonville
'ill DAY cypress shingles a long time ago. ,, storm.
freezer. "I cut the trees, split the lengths, | Russell and Wilbur Starke. j .aiitinnI
ADVENTIST CHURCH; j A more important pr*
C. y and drew the shingles with a There are 13 grandchildren and I Ii i II
tite-seal! Seivices each Sabbath In the I and one too often overlooked ;
con knife," i 113 great-grandchilJren. !
drawing he said.
home of S. X. Brown across from the admonition "Don't touch th rat UBI
struction guards peak of flavor. "I wasn't born here" Hornsby Member Of Church "
Model YVP.1$ Bethel Baptist Church east of j I back of your TV set: Doityourselves
said. "I came here from Pennsylvania Mrs. Hornsby has been a member -
Starke. Sabbath School 2 m activities are fine ir P V B gJ
big convenience features. p. back in of the Kingsley Lake Baptist '
July of 82 and |
Bible Study each Wednesday, some plnses of home-life, but Voice of Music Dealer
Church your
she 17.
settled on the shore of was
complete warranty coverage. 7-30 m- Arden Mote, pastor. I leave your TV set to an experienced
p I Lake. I attended school at the ]I "I like to sit and think of the repairman. Even when a set
I Church i past," she said. I
Baptist House,
and worked .
IIE1LBRONN i is disconnected and has been turned ]
wherever I could find work."I "I remember my father whipping -
Whinl.poot) BAPTIST CHURCH 1 off for hours there is often II |
FREEZERCome I raised a lot of berries in out rice, and the cane boil-
Sunday School 10 am. Preaching stroiyr enough charge left in thr |
time, and ,also budded a lot of pe- j ings we used to have, and all the ; BullingtonSTUDIO
11 a.m. Training Union 6:30: I instrument to cause serious am"even
to our big Summer Freezer Carnival. You Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. cans, including some from the i, farm work I did, scratching peanuts fatal shock Meyer explained J
famous burning out in fact :
Rising tree. stumps-
can buy this new 1956 RCA WHIRLPOOL 13 cu. (c. Rev. F. .B. Beard, pastor. "Electric power has helped i:
Married 63 Yean i only things I didn't do were plowing w
upright freezer for> ,less than ever before. Top The Hornsbys have been married and splitting rails." make America the most "prosperous --1 I wj j j! AND GIFT SHOP
nation in the world. th<
quality finest construction 5-year freezing HEILBROXX MISSIONARYKUTIST for 63 years. | She concluded the interview i
CHURCH Employers Mutuals of Wausar j 101 W. CALL ST. PHONE 265
system warranty. free 3-year food spoilage warranty I Mrs. Hornsby, 82 last January i i with a twinkle in her eyes: electrical specialist pointed j
Sunday School, 10 a. m. :Morning system
3. was the former Ella Florence, "I have always tried to be good !
and other features. I used electricit' STARKE, FLA.
many, many outstanding Worship 11 a. m. Evening Strickland, who was born nearStrickland's But I have been tempted many out. "Properly '

Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training Landing at Kingsley times and I really had to battle." I arovides us with the comfort an

HURRY QUANTITY LIMITED! Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid Lake. I -

week Prayer Meeting \Vednesdays I Her father Abraham, was a I HAMPTON
7:30: m. -- ReS F. I You wonder
p. -
NOW ONLY $319.95 raising cotton cane and CHRISTIAN CHURCH I

I I I Beard, pastor. i "a little bit of everything." Her I Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. : I

mother was Armadilla Wardwell m. Bible Study Wednesday I
CHURCH Strickland, who came here from 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship where

Georgia. 11 a. m. Evening Worship
School 10 Preach-
Sunday a. m.
There were nine children of 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m.
ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : which 1- W. M. Jones
onlv Mrs. Hornsby and a Minister ,
m. Preaching 7:?Q p. m. PrayerMeeting I brother, Jim, of Clay Hill, survive. !with us.CHURCH. the traffic went !
7:30 1
Wednesday p. m. The early Kingsley, Lake i i i

I BETHEL Church was used every day back OF JESUS CHRIST I

I a : BAITIST CHURCH I then. On Saturdays and Sundaysit LATTER DAY SAINTS

If I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach was used as a church, and on Services each Sunday tn old a fNt

services 11 a. m. and S p. m. the other days of the week as a I Masonic Hall!! on E. Call St. Sunday .
ling school. School 1" _
a. m. Sacrament
Song service 7:30: p. m.- Rev.
I R. L Ijee pastor.Misionary Church On Saturday Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel :
I They had church services on come.

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Lake and MW agi I CalM IIodoII } lONG
A 'fihf'season swimming in a jet the spookiest low-fried car ever boot I i _,_
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on y. Dei! there's suoervised plav !
OKasii. new ipriogfcg that irons out the bump tarbitterbdngsyouasmootharide.Andtherc'1ncwintuladontoo.
Fully Equipped -.- DependableAll 9. at 7:30 p. m.Mr. I =--a for children babv sit I Plus 5 Hew balk WafloMr
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speak from Ezekiel :>5, telling Fontana. Write i or

I how Russia and Germany w ill j phone for reservations FORD 5.M.;;

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD b;> united in the last days. He -- I F. today .Free color PUT THE NEW. KIND OF IN YOUR FUTURE FOR !
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then predicts that they will invade .: folder.
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TV Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone : Palestine: to try to obtain

239 Starke Fla. the wealth of the Middle! East. MONTANA VI Aildrews Motor Co
This film will also be shownat RESORT

Hope Baptst Church on Wed\.
: ..- 'T'.l: : -!"'..iav Per 12 at 7'30 p m DEPT. S-58 FONTANA: VILLAGE. N. C. MADISOND .\ STS. PHONE 118 STARKE. FLA.I'IUD.1Y' ,




HUD \\'. nr.rKMBKR: 7, 1956

$$50 Fine LeviedIn U. of F. OrqanistWill Social SecurityA

Play Here n-pit.-or.tat.vt' vi :". I.

ContemptCase \ I.... oS" 1.11 t., ur.:'; ,," .

be ,.t the court roor: ol : ,. '
( ;.Iud.- L Mw phr. t"rutr..t\
MM.i ,",i fr..:, I I' ie- ,. house here Thur -dIp'". '
r4v Florida: or .. I1i',', \iil pl.iy it
a 10 a. :n. for the purp.'-"- .
Christmas organ: rental; at theM ...
II..tin! .
!?: !.IAse'unt\
i t i-IN tiling about .t UK! :." : !.irke Aio'fc"1 lc' f-'ni! SlIi.\.IY! \
IVi .
: hilate. She said that ('u! : Iv<', 9, il'.. I .' .1 I lp. n., n i." vvlio .: sueap'l "
: >'ll-lt-"n: 1 '' al *v. .
v ,m sutinj;;! in the car whilt .\'i Prof. Murphiv ::1,1" taught! mu- .
tircr..ent or .-:inri-ors hi'!'< :
L<'1 vv.ia in her house the List .11'! ,' at the University smcr 1935
cure sHiol security ano'i, : ':'

Xoegel admitted the visit t E s nd! is organist for the Frst Bap- hers, or get any other ,- '

'i. the C.tssel! house but
:h.i': luwas sent there as a n .' < omplished l at all types; of muand see the representative ;

.-,'r.'i"fin Carter He s.( (j t. t aJR ': ; r' gives piano and organ re- time.

>n tltet of the money .tine n S its in cities all over the state

when !1..' solid that "If it was /nI ,' ; I I ; Christmas organ rentals at
nuM try to get some kind <,r ".'' University are among the :i Pietro Yon: Noel (ba-<- .i

:t lenient" He said that he of : ghlights of the season. French "Carol of the T-ii.-, ::

tered to arrange things if flees On his program Sunday will be f ID D'Aquin. Satl\'.'\ :M.! ; ;

.,.wry but denied that he had spoken tmstmas Rhapsody by Kenneth (tures by Alfred Taylor tn : T

to Caster about the matterNoepel .\\alton; ChriVmas Evening (tfru m Martin Luther's Chn>t Ill.,,- .

said he took this aotior TIIK: II\I..OIU TOKXAUOKS: take time out from .n--Kani c.-, S:i than! Smte"i by\1: :Maurottone h\ H.irveB. Gaul.

on his own because the girl "need- i-rciM-s+ to |MISP fur the camera a-, they. are abmit to cuter in the Strawberry Bowl ChampionsMrs. (I', Noel with vaiiatioii: b> Tnc 1Donald: K. n,.

(0(1\ somebody to help hei." Mrawberry Howl game from uliidi the} emerged a couple| of Imurslater !K: h..:-I I..-ih I:,'Ildl lit'sll Kin: (pI.r ni the ihiii. '. :

He said he went back to UKi as 19..6! <'haiii|>i..iis. At right fullback Harold dill, I>I.Kacross 'lili 1':! l!:: li'Ml- l 10\ ... ... :. ..:fit. :0) .ttterd: ,

i 'assels on Saturday to pay fm the goal line for the I5IIS tour hdoiMi. .\ few minutes later he

:ne yard mowing. He saw MM trussed again uith the inning; extra point. Other Tornadoes in the

Staring! : tll and-Ret asked it settled her if r.he"Y Indtiled III)! Sell It Rent It tirade It

'might to !get $1.O'or'. so." he .san1hi In ft/layer's/ Court +f

told her Bids ReceivedOn r.. WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
\oegel admitted that Cait"

was In tie ear on this trip hut Negro Penalized ill

testified hat Carter was drunk Fire Pump Hates Good Results fins// Tn Place

and he was driving him home ft !o WORDS OR LESS.! OM-: INSERTION SOr

get him out of the office at th- (Continued from Page One) $$150 or 70 Days 1 '

u.;ed car lot.Crossexamining. i EACH ADDITIONALORD :;e

hut is in such a position that the A ::.i<- "lIIln.\. Frill HI IM> AIIS OR In roT ruts n UU'\'g
N'oegel. Dun lamand weather tear it up. Ilst0l \'rV 1.1 ptA: l .,'\1' UN 1Wl OK MUKK I"IU'I.\:
ran asked why he waited until A Negro was sentenced to 70
The Council asked Mayor W .
the state attorney left before; en- days in jail or a $130 f-r> and
IT, Jackson and Police Chief W
teiins the Ca.wl's! :!! house on Friday j I his driver's license was revoked Mil --

!\ov. 16 Xoegel said! he i E:. Thornton to prepare recommendations !I "rCclti ort'ulrllIn 'n> otill, lltltl. \l\ TUIII. Kill
waited because | for pay raises in the after he was found guilty InIayor's t (1111I"1: i ISMIbi
he knew the family

had some sort of eompanr.but -. I polite department by the next I: :\ Court Monday of possess- c .1 It. 1I l i:, .-' IP u I.. ,ittn I I"n _. ..... -..' Iwa I..-,* ........
didn't know | Council meeting. The new pay ling moonrfime. having a"n accident : : i-.. M-" t.. ii'''n 1I..j-\ borne. silk larur built In iliifhii
that it Dun- flu'I I
was 11'111'- 11..1 i win.il rlnorlv and
'ehicleth kllrbrn i-Hliinel-.
effect Jan. 1. ,operating: a \ faulty I mnl
scale goes into '. .. ..
< an il t KM?M', trnl-t) "* .t 1 .ut i and but |i.iri-b<*.. cur |i'*rl .Hid .
The Council agreed to a proposal brakes and drinking. .' mi p.t'dtr.rt 11:,'," mi ]IIU r.......+. lull hath nub linenrliiort. -
"What were you doing at MaCarter's 4'' 1""llth, ,
helm .
*' I i p.ti. VVirril fur i-:>i-lrii-
I! Xoegel that an extra day A gallon of liquid i identified .i-- ... xni1F
I- house on the first day by "j'i Ji.; It i- woitli .I' ; ;I lul in llaminiin 111nur
i r of pickup work te added moonshine by several of th. ; alrr furni.hetl fur $ .OO
of the trial :? Duncan asked. Xoe-: garbage FUmm.HILTY) : CO. I .......'h. On pared ..'r....'. -I.r-l perI
officers was confiscated by the nir
gel replied that he may have heen I, if the garbage crews wanted tc ; .. huu >.iu a.'l Ihi. t..r yIMM). VVIM
county. The Negro, Luke DeSue (Of) Starke belfi
by to see "little Maxie" work. j you In arrange tiiiui I ill."" mi..
about .I refused to tell where he purchased ((:ll: .\ndn'"", \V. It. Newell lax! lhi.* pn.yrrlr
going: hunting.In The City Council voted to
i the liquor. He said it was just a A. J. Thomas) u\ut 'o: \i Hi:
his : launch a testing program for DeLoach A. D. Martin Dies \\11
summation Duncan dosi I'little moonshine he had gotten Cuts Are Eyed rlribuar :tst ,! IKOII:
light meters as a solution to complaints .
nbed the |
matter as "grievous :for Christmas. i .::>.*. 'Iruiplrtr.. Mnrkc. ,a. VVIlh '.-'"".. u. pared
obvious and aggravating." "The: i! horn residents about overcharges Die Funeral At 71 FuneralIs about .VI pecan IrrrN. (.,kichrrar, .
matter on electric bills. MayorV.. T. Jackson told DeSue I ; ; J'tester ">i,,..... Mumr vat ? rln
presented here pets at the : boildinK*
I !| that it "might be easier on To Meet Needs n-l: IE::>OTor"" (mln-inn nian- IIIU..I. dues aid rag .
A proposal by Jsoegel was adopted you pa>Mi>l urn
of I !
democracy, Duncan i 'Held Held IIy: hnu-i i mph i u tiiinl-hdl. lllll. duuM and ran
, declared. "If the day comes wher I' under which the City will use if you tell where you bought it," Wednesday Tuesday > .ir port, Iars. >.ird Inquire at ....Ian'.... lluf IbU and) pat miiLr mrol a lif'fneTiubl on-

I new meters in a testing survey tut DeSue denied he knew from I i! jci:. 1.rnwnlr: SI t 4lp on ylarr.ariag, blab runt
justice can't be had
without of ,
someone rent.
trying to bribe or pay-oft n I throughout the city. whom or where he bought it, other' Mrs: Rosa Clemons DcLoach. 50. Of Schools Here Arlington David Martin, 71 CABINET cad Carpenter Work '' Irram ua pruprrl froi-eil and wilk

than to reveal that the I I Small and repair jobs acI -
I purchasewas died suldenl1.1ntiay morning owner and operator of a produce P I| new
participant a sad day has come.? i I cepted. Joe C. me!... Rt. 1. Box Isri: MI Foil \oiit '.:IU": i'%
made from a white man. I after a brief illness. She was! market died at his home i:1 1 :I'kT-.i.: Mai hr. tltligTFATII ,lllKtl.: oT.t:. I Mill br clad to

Douglas described the matter concern with the attitude whichhad The charges against DeSue stemmed born in Starke on April 20 IflOO.jthe I Rradford County School Board Staike Friday night following a --- ban.. Ibror and other "tlld prop..r'II. -

as involving a man 'over-zealou? been displayed that criminal from a wreck in which he (I daughter of the late Walton members were told Monday that I heart: attack. O"U ANNIVERSARY I uu.* a| air time roatrairul la >un.
in the interest H4UIO ItEI'AlRKII ,
of his
neighbors. cases can be settled out of courts smashed his car against a telephone C. Clemons Srand Maggie the financial situation of the Mr. Martin a native lit>!f All MaL. All Uvdrl '

lie said that perhaps Noegel I j Instead of taking s.Ich matter' pole. On investigation of|Norman demons of Heilbronn schools is so serious that if nothing Pendleton, Ind., was a member of f ICrakunable ot.1I.PIIlUU! 'barer Kuaraaterd WALL REALTY ,
"too much
of a busybody and lightly the judge said the public the wreck the officers testified I Springs. i ;:: is done something is going tc the Methodist: Church. He had I! 703 W. fall St. Starke I.... 239 ''I KEGISTFKFJ BROKER

went too far" but he didn't have I should endeavor to protect the they found the moonshine in the Surviving are her husband have to be tut before the year I lived in Starke since 1942. Box: 466 I'hone

rrimmal intentions.In court processes because the courtFare I car. ((Thomas Lee DeLoach: two d.uigh'tcrs. is out. I Survivors include his wife. WHEN IN NEED OF 337 :N. Walnut Starke 487-J

announcing his decLcionJud the source of protection fron I The officers said they smelled I. Miss Joyce Stanley. and If the schools are to stay within Colds Brown Martin of Starke.: LANDSCAPINGFILL

e Patten expressed gra\ justices for the public. 'liquor on the Negro's breath when M rs. Walter King both of :Miami; i the budget, School Superintendent two daughter, Mrs. MildredRubright

.- they rested him. DeSue said three brothers Roy R. L., and Harmon Morgan raid, they of Panama City, ami DIRTor '[1:1 INCH TELEVISION e llaoleB. $11

r -. I I that the smashup was caused by Walton demons Jr.. all of Starke; j I face the prospect of cutting some I I II Mrs. Dorothy Shelton of Lexington DISKING down at Dahmer'a. tfohfJSUCAR

t the steering wheel on his car I .:nd three sister Mrs. Ruby Con- of the salaries or services. Even Ky.; two brothers Hobart ol; & sMOKE Meat Curing. Also

Foc TheEntire becoming locked. i r.er. Starke; Mrs Melba Hatton. I this will not solve the problem. I St. Louis Mo.. and Roscoe Martin: I W. I,. TIIIGPEN JR. I Cold Storage at Stark. Ke ('".

,7.eJz 'neads and Mrs. Reatha :Morgan Rt 2 Box 215-D Alton Kd. tf.-hK
In other cases, three men were ; he added. ,, of Winslow Ariz.; two sisters,, i I. .
$ .Ru. kin.I Several advanced :M rs. Lena Sharpe of Indianapolis PUQ.'re 29'7-.1 -I and 2 bedroom fur
suggestions; were -
i (penalized after pleading guilty to 'I nished apartments. Set
| Funeral s>ei vices were held Ind.. and Mrs Genevieve Buiketlof I Jackson T'.illf
JiX FU. ,
,* charges of public intoxitalion.I by school board members Starke, Central Truck Line
I I Phone IfiS> .
I I \\ednesduy at 2SO: p.m. in the to meet the situation but none Greenfield Ind. tfcas!

# FamilyLay I I S.Thomas C. asked D.the Johnson of for Florence, Union Primitive Baptist Church10f considered -variously Among the Funeral services were helj at) Kui1.K Two li'-ilro'im modes I WANTEDWaitress ApIII it &: C
i mayor leniencyand | which she was a member. Rev. I' 2 ,, ,,,.. liard Tnii k Stop; K"Maiir
comments heard were a cut in p. m. Tuesday in the DeWitt C fr. h. "!! 4.4 .1 rrv s t a chance to move on down I1 lei man Moody officiated. Burial I Jones Chapel in Starke with Rev. Lund with iii-i.ui Krn\e I.ixatPdI
teacher's salaries. eliminating Sftl! FOIL II U..:
the state to visit his father. I null \.irth nf Liwtcy on
I was in the family plot in Dyal I janitor j service and turning the Chester C. Roberson of Gainesvilhoffisiating. \\ It !Stru klanil Kt 1 Poe S7". KHI:+M IIIKSSKI: 1111'Nk01U
"The only leniency you will get with DeWitt C. Jones I I..i li-v tfohg Illtr\srKI Tl U KK Srhune
Now ,Cemetery} jobs over to the students a cut Assisting were RevA. ll-4iri!
Away Christmas i$25 or five days" Mayor Jack Funeral Home in charge of arI in bus drivers. One suggestion D. Blue, pastor of the Hiwav !% PAID OJJ SAVINGS KEY- Far 1(..nr Thaaknelti and'hrlatmaN

son replied. Another LutherI rangements. and STONE STATE BANK KEYSTONE (trdemOI'IS
man I that brought little comment was Chapel ReHoard ol f Tl IIKK-: .'.'R'I
Webb a salesman from West'irginia Active pall bearers were LucianConner that school board members contribute Gainesville. FDIC.HEIGHTS. FLA. MEMBER Florabome, Florida
\ received the same sentence Doyle E. Conner Glenn their salaries to iclieve Burial was in Crosby Lake Cemetery 11/16 :;1 1211 t .

This Week's A sentence of $40 or eight Conner, Travis :Morgan Vernon the situation.In I I WE BUY AND SELL USED FUR A \V\TKINS nU'TEI-1 ,XVAH.AliLK .-
SpecialsDecember NITL'KE. Elrod Furniture Co. :
and Gerald IIRAIlFoRrx'cfNTY(
days was levied Jack Morgan, Morgan. Active
against pallbearers One
other action. the school board Fhoae 43 tic h8 W I:I ITF: THE j n WATKINS:

Fagan on an intoxication countA voted to hold the January meeting ,I Lewis E. L. Matthews L. B. Jordan : COMPANY: 659 WK'ST I'I-A4'II:
I1KXT Two I.Vdrnoin hoes e
$25 bond was forfeited by Olin White Jr.. Carlos Mus: ST., NE, ATLANTA!A
unurnistrrd Sinclair it. J. K
Johnson Jan. 8 to meet on
on Tuesday
I itrhg
7 Thru December 13 jjim Ricks on a charge of public! IMrs. the requirements which call for I I grove and J. R. Kelly. Siln.x !tp 12/14

!1 intoxication FOR P.1-XT-6 room huusr 2 baths.
--- -' Dies Resident organizational meetings to beheld FOIL SALE-Cement Steps 4 and ;5 utility house, large yard 2 blkn
Fines of for ; I ft. lengths Free In lallall.'nL. utile from sc'hnol .
$10 d ICeas
running relights on the first Tuesday after Board Restricts rent 210 R
I work <>f all kinds Judd Tile Adkins I>t..
key next door
were assesed against Mrs the first Monday in January. |I 1 i! Co. 1%7 Lafayette St. Phone 213-J'
Here 26 Years tf.-hg
HANKIES Virginia Dektor Cornelius Covington -

c Negro Leroy Lang Negro, I I I 2,355 X-RAYS I(Grocery OrdersThe WE HAVE ilosiin furnished apartments APARTMENT ion St. Apply FOR at laXT..n Gay's Ilomu Mad,

Jackie i suitable[ tOIl' one or _two .
I Magyale Ralph Miller Jr., Mrri Abigail Wakefield Johnson Aipllan- Ph IOn. in lfrh rSI'OAR
I l.usiness |>eu|>liV r>' reaxonablypriced.
6 Limit 1 and L O. Brown. 89. died in a local hospital last TAKEN DURING Bradford County Commissioners All coaV'-niviK-. Not.i-. & SMOKE Meat Turin .
Monday: clamped down Mr. anti Mrs, \v H Xollman. I2S Cold Also
1st Quality Friday morning following a lingering or 'torage at Starke Ice rv>
SURVEY HERE R'ladison St tfrhg
Bright: Colors I illness.A the handing out of grocery orders tfrhrSH.KSMtN

native of Humboldt. Kansas. I to County residents by passin.1I '' F all SALE to r"pcI\"jht.l party:
I A total of 2,355: citizens of At trait nihome., one mil city WANTKD
j I Vt. C. T. U. Mrs Johnson had lived in starkefor obtained free (I 1 I I a resolution stating that no per limits Very -m.iIl down payment

the past 26 years. She would Bradford County ,, son listed on the County re.alt's.. W. II Nollman, Starke; One of Florida'.s leading romlnna:
Ladies "MH:; 'IAL DKINKINO I chest x-rays during a mass surveyin ; | tfi'hgIWANTEH tion life insurance (rompanv ha.
IS HARM.FUL have been 90 years old on Dec. 21 ';|: rolls would be eligible for groceries an opening! for a married be

I BECAUSK IT .MAKESMORAL Her parents were the late Dr I which two State Board ofj at County expense. i MAN fur full >r part tween the ages of 25 and man 4."i that
i Health x-ray units covered the I'I'i I time work as Singer renrpentative l ll live.s in the area of Lake l'utll.r.
POLOS William Wakefield and EmmarillaBlackwell action wan taken to steni'II l in Stark' an-a. Straight ,'..nu- Marke and Green ('oveprlng6.
39 ''I OUT OF NOR. L1L14' IE- Wakefield. j,County the last, two weeks.i I the growing tide of grocery order i 1lI.i.! !. Apply) SniK-r SewinR' :Must own good oar. be tiling tomirk

C E :N T PEOPLE, iXIII''ELETILIRGY ti She was a member of the i Though a sharp increase over requests which have flooded n' Machine <"n MJ" X Marinn.. SI. and. of good character andnpiitation
2 Limit I the number taking advantage of ; l ikifit! ), FU 4li hK 12/TW Thla is an old established
1ND1 FFF4SKXCEAND Methodist Church of Starke and I I some of the commissioners re I mixnd debit that will guarantee
1st Quality mR.sl.OXSI lUT\ ." the Waldo Chapter of the O. E. S the last tuberculosis survey in i cently.] The new resolution is ir I >.a period, nice If you income have during the above training

$1.00 value (:NATIONALOICK.:,) Her husband was the late D. E 1954. this number was far short effect merely a reassertion of the '.',\Tf:,. W'*NTKII \\ .\TKII firation, want a permanent quail job.
I of a 100 per cent coverage of I ;with, a good future
Johnson Starke old rules orders you should
watchmaker.Sunivots -
grocery LI+iTI\G" ON Liltr.F. write I*.
O. Box :
II 372: Lake
--- -- the County and short of the City.
II I include a daughter, Florida, for Interview! and give
11,000 potential which the units I Indiced I OltI %U. TRUTH dntailx about yourself
BoysJACKETS I Ruth Johnson of Starke; a sister. But the Commissioners 21
r could handle.
Mrs L. E. Norman of Chanute : that the rules were relax' Also small homes In 15.000 or J6.000 FOR HEXT-Four room furnished

Health Facts Kan.; a grandson, Delwin Ernest I In 1954 x-rays were taken of I more and more as some of the'I LYacket _. ; houye. Apply 935 N. Temple Ave
1 93? Bradford citizens and four '<
1 Jenkins of Starke and several j Commissioners found it difficultto I flay Duyers WaltillFor Itp
00 i i new cases of tuberculosis were I I! Prsirable
property tiny Now
Of course you have often nieces and nephews. i say no to a'oter claiming tr small Down Paymoot '

JL Funeral services were held in detected. ]I II be in need of food. I Free Listing & Adverti&lneTUOIT any or FRIGIDAIRB Trade Ton ,an |>ur< ha i
Warm-up Style $ \\ondl'rt'dh) you often frri I During the survey which ended ]i I Ari'LIA.M'h:
the DeWitt C. Jones During the on monthly p4Imenta. and
Chapel at discussion Countv
Sizes 3 to 16 bad all over jet nothing/ seem I last Saturday. 1.031 x-rays were UF.tl.TVJobnie your first payment will not
Starke at 2 'I Clerk Charles Darby said that
Saturday m. with become due
Our Keg. $1.39 : to help jou.Thousands. p. taken in downtown Starke 484 j Hansen. Rep. Smiths until March at
the PoeDonald Kokomoor officia I the grocery orders were becoming l Oarage. 2t< hK 12, 11
I at the high school. 217 in Law- I
ting. Burial followed in the Cro< so numerous that they were affecting Box 307 tarkl'. Fla. Fort
of people likejourself jtey, 134 in Hampton 128 at RJEI fhone.VaM... HU 8-2031 SALE 195.1 Studebaker Club
by Lake Cemetery. I the budget. It was point Sedan New tires new batter
Children'PANTIES I have found Chiropractic I school 100 at Big Dad Manufacturing I Reasonable Keystone >.
12/14 IIplghr-
Active pallbearers were E. L out that .weral people being sen* Itchg %001.
to be the answer for this Co., 96 at the Reno ': I Ii tIp
C I Matthews Gilbert Goldwire welfare checks were also receiving .
condition. I Theater 89 in Brooker, 54 at the TWO two bedroom
Albert Lee Crosby Jr., Blake free groceries from the Coun- { IfF:1.1' U' '"TFUSalt's : Rent. houses For
I I Thomas Lumber Co., and 22 atj Pinehaven Sub-division/ ''all
i lady <>r ;
Ii I Jackson. Barney McRae and ty. ,i nat
j i Your Chiropractor knows that ;:Cook's Store on north U.S. 301. ''i'ar N-tei.--ar A Mcmt-y. Makinff! ,I _It, hitf'ot.xu ,
Charles Wade. Under the rules now to be enforced i I; 1 I'ropuvition If T"'J Wualif. r'a 11!
29c value I e\ery function In jour body tscontrolled | The busiest day for the units orders will ''m HI tig ,, have- Red Unnt 11011 lid. Ownr
I grocery only bidentifying.
by the nervous '" excluding the high school survey,1 ,I for board and paying
Colors ) isHlFOKD THVNKS be handed out as; an emergencvmeasure ."ST- .>lurd..y !'Luk' :Mule in M- root' advertising! < "-t
1 .1 to 14 silt'l1en's I tern. He also I.nothat spinal UVTEY:\' VOTEIIS. I was on :'0021 when 270 x-rays: to tide a family over until i nil of l..a..toy ( .iiitait Smith r'Slill '' 11' rite F'otr Itt
i were taken as a unit was stationed Stall-in LAwtrt Jtp 11. 71'IFOR
controled.by the nenous sjsure : welfare officers can investigate M M0 M l |I I'sed Two I'.nrnKerosene -"'
.. I I wish to thank each of the : on Call St. in Starke. i iIIITEIIEAD ii Oil Sia'-e Heati-r. ,.."..!
--- the F< ilt I E\T-Sin ill room fulnr"h r d
the and case order ,
on spinal nervo Grocery requests onrtltlon sin .',
rust !
i f Se
I Lawtey voters who supported mei iI I apt I'nvate Let h. >'ntiaine" light S. R.. at 411.
r slow down each function of the i in the election held Tuesday, and | \\' TIIVNhS will have to be approve':'I I. l luded 13: n,,o or ten' ,,> iitepItiK derav.St IrpFOR
,1 by a Commissioner and the clerk room. Available 1' < :'. t'i"1ifavette 1 RE.VT --.
1,111) i I VOTERS -- A' rfarm lard
c' to extend to you my deep appreciation St its hg comaMr.
1 II Stafford (frews '>"
for our vote and tLl't's I nubs West "f Stark IIi" 10ft"!
In removing the near pressure II I I I wish to thank my friends for !. \ IKH t II tI.: W NTKI: I a>
all throw shoulders HPn'
our to
he removes the cause of ; their support in the Lawtey City i BBS Bowl Chamosi I Ma.r or femaleV
the wheel to build '"
SHORTSSi I a larger anJ | \ "uid like to talk with n.en and: | X"C.J.Y LIKE Sf'l"!I"n < e !
jour trouble. He will not giveUrug better city. Thanks again. ResTectfully election on Tuesday. I appreciate :' ( women who wish t.> earn more than j I, bedroom. biinrilow! I". '"'"'I in
I I I the consideration you gave mycandidacy lln'j J per wick! in their own bus.- "d'd area by Intersection .f
> to cover up the ailment | for Mayor, and assureI i Continued from Page 11fers 1"a"h n"'foded.Ve finance I I I ?' R 1 II and new road Out '''W"
1st Quality : tcmirarily. ] -Chas. R. Shuford. Mayor I your investment and train you toi' own"r anriou to rent Will no'
I I that I will always remember ''build Installment I refuse anv
i you ; your onn route 'i reasonable ren'al
I : i were IV tam' your many kindnesses.-C. R. ,, _
CARD OF TILXNKS 'he 'ield.i I Starlight of Miami co-metii, Grci.- '
Phone 108 today. I Whitehead. : I FOP SMR ...
fc"i lu fyr frani P.tr rt
"t profit.Ex' hise* <.tf \.1.
We would hke to take this ne Tor.-a: I h' 1
opportunity i plagued 1 ,, .
bulls ,
I i available. Write or all. 1>. B. Staf- and h-i' ->nd nil Iliv
to thank everyone who :. Garbage Service .;: with fumbles, l-s.n. the bill I I ford ill E St Juhn. lake City.'Fa. ,,i vracc sped J P u'hhH.P ... ..r
Phone 'ihu-e '! .. Ph+.ne I95J-J 2tp 12 7 Pot t6 "'o 12'14 I.
has been so kind and thoughtful times at rniH":al stages. I.i

BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC ) during the illness of our mother ;j: City Clerk Carl Johns advised !j Head Coacn Leonard Fags:"I; I'I'i I POTf T'FVT, fr,.M-Vfcr| t".Pp
i FOR SALE Oil TRADE-Four roomI .
i .
I and grandmother, Mrs. Hattie j Starke residents this week that: predicted after the game that the I! : house, two acres land. deep w+.:1.1 I I T l ..rt".nin- ,,. un.tr 6. -? beg 1'1"\\.d for I

Nolan who is a patient in Riverside ''if the garbage crews should fail margin of vi.-tory would prost hay.1|I Back of Bradford Furniture ''o'l itnPfNOs iI
I Hospital, Jacksonville. Also: I to pick up their garbage, fa j!J' ly have been greater :f the boys!11 1 Thomas Norman Itt. 2 Pox*tp 47-r 1 4. ,.:\\. ".."' .:T I I

CLINIC for the beautiful flowers that she service will be provided if they !I had been able tc hang into the! t." IIn d..a- Hellv..rn .. PIIn'.w
FOR KENT: Fivs room furnish i
has received.- The family of Hattie ; will call the city hall phone 20. ball.The j hou'-e, gas, elt>( trl' It>. and bath her n pru-ments in January 31; 1
tnontln. to
i 4 Blocks North of Post Ortict Nolan. I gleeful victor: s after that Very Mara *Uias Stripes enable I'hone its 2;he 81, I par

\\' ( all :ot Modern Method rime rounded up Re jister rd'( "tor srmac Eve delivery ran b.>

Lady YOl"LL LOVE the new Esterhrook : YOf'LL LO\T the new E,te rthe two assistant ('oachp.::. WinterCriswell I MAKE THIS CHRISTMAS one that i I trranrfedur
Assistant Steam Bath will :la1-! a life i.i--r ''J\''- \f
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pruse-size fountain in brook "
I penspa.tel pruse-size fountain pens ir { and Clifford? rff and I r.w.TilE! Wol'j.ii 1:0"S .HIIH 'V "t see f n-pt\ '". 1\f.
I II shade,. Only $3.09 at Bradford pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Br ad ,,, treated theM 'yl/1'1:1,1.1: i M I02-: n'. t ..... .uv ,...
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New Sealtest Distributorfub.S Itttltttttt''ttltttttttt I .. the largest peicent.i;i. oJ 1 tn,' : ,- 'A.i: i induct the business of I' Wartas.p will!! niti! .! s
Kmg.slev Lake Btpt.:1": ': ..a! officers and then t-al. rats ifou keep it 'h>':. t ,
BROKER II Unst I1Il'mbels pre>.i' :,'y! Ik' : 'i-'' 1.-1: Shaw to report or. car. eat I IT That '0\- t", :"
fur the evening w.tktti :1',. ..'s' !' meeting of too men who .1,1' .t.'
linn ui P.ilatk.i Ki':'t-rut '.' dn Tu. .. 20 minutei. of e.t. n < ._
By .Mi's. E. B. CastledasAaaa11IUaaaaaaua. were seived at the "c..> ., Died I.r m Oild.nperatuie some mote WarfuSome .:

aftei the sen lieMr -. "\, :,- IS belou 65 scientist :ep..
.. \ u"K Pigs are in danger ten! rt", 't' -
and Mrs hewn.t::>! I 1.. ; I' t tor :: '
IT1 :MeHsThe 1 .\' fieeze .
get : ,,
son Melbouinc xlt, Sun' : 1'1':01:0. u: : '" 1-1 utici. o! :
Hrooker I'TA met at the ,-'d i to keep wanv
guests of !lr. and1': F' ae.i I; t.> i i irt : i :
.si ho-il Thursday. niiiht! Plans were Russ i h ," ,*II pigs lost from .t ht- f:,' !itll I !1 L '. .Ut ','. ., .
",lade for the annual Christmas ...'I mean the loss .
of prof >"'I -: !J. e' .' Itt.'i _
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Mi tiul Mih J U /I- .k. I
nt 'flfl andy to be given too : !nt Iittei These two ,
were free it i: < b.iiii! T'
and daughter ot Utl\ l Cut '
ti mid! The room count was' ,. .. ,. r.v" Gen. T IluggiitoCountj '"" JI; .' one report: I heard last return ti- \' riisee ..! I '
vlsltinl Mi> .I" Ci-- '
,' were ; "I I :
w ii hthe !rd and 4th giades s ""I'k A 250 watt infrared bulb '
Agents us ahn. ui h
:M Mi'ti- Ellis' Sunday hung,1
room. A pro- inches from the gram.
*' "' folk! dances and Mr and Ml'*. f'lauiii' /I'M jt' ground, anti in the
songsu I corner of a More Tobacco '
u *.',*n \.\' the Glee Club under I and family' of staikevtie, \ hI" : ..il Hwl.C..t.: ... ,', 1 l.,'s t'tve is wheie you loge : might have saved these two pen Ii read th'.t:Sew.,
pigs you ;
,n in.", t.-1 of hs."a: lI nd'iOll ing Mrs Doshie Prescott Sund.ixMi A- Itt 1 .'I 1 'pi tK '_ t m. 01' i.ne .\.- i ,1"1'1.11101 out of production Arrea. -i Some boards, sacks, tin, or even your letter maxhr ;,
and :Mis: E W. Hodge.- .ii thtu .- iii i mi le.iht in !t- .:Reserve has to do with gout I Itohai paper around the sides would havegiven ,: won't be so Jreat':: v ..1e
\BIS11': t. and family of Jackson' Miss were quests fdi detailed mfll'mat lIOn on "tI allotment. I a .good warm corner. tobacco allotment it .'. "
4/i ThVMS of the Baptistnuivn I visiting here this weekend the soil tank program Believe me : fon>eivation Reserve program Hu.n't Burn Corn xfalks as much for 1957

( met at the home of Mrs. I MlNews:' too, theta ate lots of little details is for at least six years Acreage! I read one report that a goodrl'tJp The amount of h>hI. .. -:
Joyce fastlen last Friday night. i The I-H Club met at the Brook- you need to understand while yo.; ; Reserve is for one year at a time.i of corn stalks was worth $10 age forced the 4.Irt.u : \ ,
Mi, H r Douglas was in charge iII i i! H Jr. High School Nov 29::!! and are thinking; about participatingin i i You can start filling out the contract per acre for fertilizer riculture to order :.uinthi, ". 1".1_
.511.x. the pi'ogi am A shower for the i[ elected officers for the coming the piogram ;:, forms any time now for the, The Florida Experiment Station reduction This will lie :h.' :: :
:NUIa9at the Brooker Church year as allow:t: Pre i.lent. Bar- First, let me remind you that i> first partVc are not yet ready reports that a 65 bushel torn crop i I I consecutive j-eai th.i': :"["
4. .5 was &'iven at this time. The ladies -'0' barn Jean Gieen; Vice Pres., ':i the program will be administered| to make contracts' for allotment I takes. from the soil! approximately -1 i growers have had till" 'l''< : ..'1' ,
ought an assortment ofj;;i Mary Jane Bigham; Secretary. I,I by the Agricultural Stabilizationand I crops. 95 pounds of nitrogen 37,. You will receive VIMII t.r t,!I.i .il\ 1'!'',7
tics which will be gieatly appreciated 'i Jean Endicott. They will take office Conservation Branch of the j KemeinlM-r 1"ritll'i: ht | pounds of phosphate, and 67 allotment In the ni\ "\. 'r.
bthe children. in January. U?DA. The girls in our office tan 1 In the Lions Den in Starke 1 i- pounds of potash. However, if two
:M :Night' OWned i' and are glad to explain the program the place for Farm Bureau and only the corn is harvested and
Tht Biookei Church tu you Cattlemen At 7 the stalks and fodder KI'tCi- .. .Y LhEMIxslOXAUY
Baptist : H \M: ('_\BENT':: p. m. we hope ; are turned : :' ;
.. x.tS host to the other churches of' My particular interest is to give Mi Siblev and Bradford will )i back into the soil, the amounts BAPTIST
1 .. .- .-',- the New River Association Monday A meeting of the Bradford High you the main points of the program i ihe lea The of W I) serveAs .1Ilf night in observant of the School Band Parents will be held'' and to help you adapt it to, Farm Bureau president J. H 16 pounds of phosphate, aria 50 i, ing Worship 11 a m FveungSenice
appointment annual Mobilization Xight. One j| :Monday: Dec 10 at 7:30 p. m. in your farm if you have an interest Kelly urges everyone to come and pounds of pota s't. It costs you 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting
Thomas fright i as distributot''! Sealtest distributor. Thorn | I
hundred 'i the band room All patents. : in H. hear Walter Sibley report on the j' money to burn so that land will!! each Wednesday 7:30 p m Everyone -
foi Sealtest product, in Bradford )j will supply dealers in Starke Hai' unit twenty were prejwnt :
and Clay Counties was announced ford, Keystone HeightLawll'y with the New River BaptistChurch I i I i band fitudents are asked to at- Remember there are i'vo partsto State arm Bureau Convention ,' be easturned.. welcome.Rev. II II Mot
j winning the Banner for I I I I tend. this program. The Conserva- Cattlemen's president Floyd Wis-: Too Last Saturday pastor.
this week by Walter G. Burton I and Green Cove Springs

ot Jacksonville, zone manager of i! i.1
Southern Dairies. ,
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In photo above. Thomas 13:
shown as he was presented with I :
a huge replica of the familiar I Io
Sealtest milk carton by John H CongratulationsTo Ii
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manager of the Gainesville
r I !
plant of Southern Dairies
Thomas has been a resident of!
Staike for six years and recently I'' I I
resigned as a local agent for thr ,,
Liberty National Insurance Co !
He is man led and has two chil- I ,
then; was recently elected to the AND SEALTESTOn THE APPOiNTMENTi !

Board of Deacons of the FIst !
Baptist Church, and also teacher'' Your New Distributorship ;
the Young Men's Class. I'| i Ii I I ;
IMr. i i OF
In making the announcement I
Burton said that the new dis- ;|
tntutoiship is an indication of.i II I ,:
the company's faith in Starke am"' GULF; OIL PRODUCTS 1
its future growth. He pointed out j I! We D. THOMAS I
I Ii,
the Southern fact that Dairies 75 milk per is cent sold of I I91i : ,!

through independent busin -..'

men such as Thomas who are r-- I AS DISTRIBUTOR FORSEALTESTMILK ;; !

residents of the areas that they I II I Best WishesTo I II

Grass Fires Fought I' .

By Starke Firemen I'I W. D. THOMAS I I Ii: !:,

Starke firemen weie called out
twice Sunday afternoon to fight I : ""Iii
grass fires for a total of nearly It"o | On His AppointmentAs I II IIt
hoursR. j Jill

Both of the fires were in the I
Reno aiea The department was: Sealtest Distributor II::

first blaze and returned to the i
station at 2:10. They were called Charley E. Johns & Son Agency I Ii:' I It.
nut again at 3 to a fire which II I 11',1', :
they fought for nearly an hour.I I GENERAL INSURANCE z Ill! !;!:
i STARKE, FL:' PHONE 13: V ? !!
I I Ir. / ., FT11JiM"7 I 4P1 Ilill"

V/ondorM I \81 "I"l" !I

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toGiv6fSmilliCorona. Enjoy Sealtest \\ \,
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I Every step of the way from carefully selected ..,\." ..\ ......,. 1 1\\\\f I
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Products ,
Wonderful .: :, '
I dairy herds to your family' tableSeal- \ ; .,: 1'A Z I I .,. \\ \\\\\,,, ,Ii

r9.c to Gl At Our FountainWe <}" 'a I I \ \ \'\, !

I, test's quality and purity are carefully guarded.Nothing \ ;; '\\\\ \\\ t

I \1" ",,-,;"" .\\\ \ rJ IIII I
are happy to ha e W I). Thomas Serve Us as ; left to chance. Sealtest Milk scientifically .\1111
( IS IS 4 \r. \ \rt\\
4c distributor for the very fine. Sealtest Products. I % 1 \\\ III'

I II I processed in gleaming, modern, sanitary '..?:..Pff \ \ \\ !,

s KOCH, DRUG STORE I I r!, equipment to assure you of the very finest, \k\(5x:1:v: \., \ \ -1' 6 I"ilil 1 I III III!

*. \ ., ,,&W j \ I !I
T I .
% II most nutritious milk money can buy! ;: .. ...1! ,, .I t" lei:;:!
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PORTABLE TYPEWRITER A Sealtest I II I ',&, .,.-,\., \l.'cfI 'I :

From 74.50, plus tax DistributorshipMeans I I ENJOY EACH OF THESE \j. \\\\\ ,I

This Christmas. spread joy !, ;.' ..'..\\ l.\\ i
in the family by giving the i
world's fastest and most i i Another Step Forward I FINE SEALTEST DAIRY FOODS:
beautiful portable tjpe- i For StarkeCONGRATULATIONS i 7' \.. ,.\ ."'.
writer -"ith the touch and | iI \ 1 --1
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action of an office machine I Homogenized Vitamin "D" Milk \ f- "

Come in early for jour I Chocolate Drink 'f" .' .' I),
demonstration of the marvelous ; I' .". .'1 I

new Smilh-Corona To Our Friend W I), ,Thomas !I ButtermilkCottage ..\e-' '.'..".".' I

portable. !i Cheese :., \\1 "\\.".,,.\\,1

Payments Arranged Bradford Wholesale Motors, Inc. -
I; Cream ;: .. ,. ,. ,. ,. 1 i.,

for your convenience.tLSO |jI jI I PHONE :3ls '! I : Sour Cream.If .J.".. \ Ii, .

I I' Skim Milk A3.,,,.. :"i,II;
TYPEWRITERS : I Kraft Orange JuiceGet ,\-. Iii:'


Royal Portable I Best WishesTo I I The Best -- Get Sealtest! III!:!!

$55 plus tax \I, I It Cost No More C"11 en II IJr\!\

Royal Standard W. D. THOMAS I I cJUtIt 'lJt.L/tUUed. ,j" '!I I '


: On Appointment I, I I :,, ,
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Bradford CoiintyTELEGRAPH As Sealtevt Distributor :::1'!'ilillW.:i"", D e THOMAS li'I"'I:,'i


Starke Taxi Service : ::L! :: PHONE 231 J STARKE, FLA. DAIRY PRODUCTS, I ['!! !

Phone 29
Starke Fla. PHONE 130 ': ,

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TffTTTTTTTYYYTYTYYVTTTYYYTTTYYYYYTYYVTYTYYYYYYYTI !day Nov. 25. Many thanks to all I dates at once so that each mem- tlio i1.! rk of "10' Tin n.t .','urt. "nI. Florida: In rhancerr. IMary I (
I lof you Sis. \\'. Strong rejpotter. her' will be given a ropy and : 1.1" : '!. 1-' .I"y| .ri !'ii.n.r. r.Iak' "hl'! '!. "% r 1"i ":.:', i
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I',' .';. ..t hert'e the -UK!! cations of'd.d I..trtl'ir, >' h.iiit-t"- I'. '' nd.in'
I ] > come to the meeting with your C:"p.i.nt: will liu taken as f'.'-, N ; to-" : WE CONTRACT FOR
CITIZENS OF.BRADFORD COUNTY New Bethel Freewill Baptist pre s e n t. Thisx ill continue i ollfr-M'd l Ioy \ uu. olIre To Appear
This, T. .Vt. C ,. -. i. .
nc.ti.f.hill t.e published .u. Cj.! xx -
Raiford, Rev I 11 L. Bright pastor throughout the year. The next ALL TYPES OF BUILDING
OM i- ea'hwc.k1.'rtourron-ecotI\'( i --dtii. a'ld: abl-- i- i 17 J: J'r.-
By Ozora J. Shell I will participate in the General regular meeting will be Sunday. reeks In the Bradford County Telegraph -rn S'rter." rn..-k. :New; Y<,rn
i J 6. Corean You are hereby notified that a suit BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL
Conference that will convene in ; n. McNeil re-
&&& AAAAAAA I'.iU-il tl.iJtfth! : day i.f N..nu.r. for .i.x..i" t. '] |".i.ix .'r.d ;p.. '-i.,- REPAIRS REMODELING
Waycross, Ga. from Dec. 4 to 9 ] Honor Day sent to extend seasons, greetingsto I' at Big Bethel Baptist Church Hall) llrtlllU-d (OFFICIAL SEAL) 1'1'1'1'1)'
Charles A. Darby has been filed against you In the FREE ESTIMATES -
( In Thul-sI.IY Dec. 0, the senior each of you. Rev. L. C. hires pastor. All The men of Mt Hsgah A M.E. Clerk of the Circuit Court. above named Court and cause and '

'.! 'If I li J E will honor the Hampton Training School Mis.M. members of the Freewill Baptist: Churchill sponsor' a Pew Rally By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. you are required to serve a copy of ,
11.:10:! 4t 1:1 your answer or pleading! to the i W. L.
)i' im ipup
th' must popular teachers of the ; regular PTA next Tuesday nightat I conference if possible. Sunday School, 9:30: a.m., Mrs. Olln TO trrntn .1tt.net J..im K S.iiitora .I1, JtiJ. ,
In ( iri-ult Court, llradfurd Couoly. rioti- smnal I'.Idp Ja.Ii- i..N;! Phone 297-J
.M-liool vAhuh will include Joseph which time President Jones i New Bethel Baptist Chun'h.I I A. Wright in charge; Morning Flurldas In ('banrrry.Ai.illi. -. Fi..i rd.t Starke. Fla

Greene, Mi>. M. L. Paul, Mrs. i:will make plans for getting some I ReVinson pastor held services Worship 11 a.m. liev. S. Redic ,.. Tc.ii.c,. IH iih\.n.i. riaintitf. and file the original In the office Route 2, Box 2-t5-D
%' :M.HI.I .1! C.'t.I Olinii. 1'iffnd- of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
I. M ttua1 and E. R. Shell. Aj.p i'curtains for the windows at all day Sunday. Rev. Dukes i n Charge. Afternoon services' 3 ant. 01 I>rf..rtIhe :Ul da) of I t." <-nl ilitjfc. ..
asked to Rev. Lee t r a'.. N... 10-1J;>. otherwise the ..II"I=..I..n, ..f
< < :1.11! luncheon will be servedtiiurlesv school. All patrons ale |rf Lakeland was in charge of the p.m. George in charge.
:.Nolirr To ApprarT. said Complaint will be taken as
of the class of 1957 anda :'attend this important meeting. I i services due to the illness of the Evening Worship 7:45: p.m., Rev. ..' Sl.in.t d. c..t.. Oln.-iia confessed by you. --,,!---, -' -- -- :-:=
urh assembly program will be Church XoxsBethlehem pastor from a recent auto accident \\' R 1'ickett in charge The public whose t.-id.ncc! and ji] I n. once each week for four conseculUejieeks
presented at 2 p.m. The theme I Freewill Baptist and the death and funeral is welcome. Bro. Jesse McCashn You are hereby notified that a suit in the Bradford County Tele- '

nl the program is "A Leader is Church Rev L. McKay pastor jot his brother. The members and chairman: Rev. S. Redic, assist for divorce: graph. .. NO DOWN\ PAYMENT REQUIREDA
I has been filed against you in the llattd th.:<- :.: day nf X..x-n ,
held, services all day Sun- their ant Rev. E. L. Walker,
Horn The class is sponsored regular : j I friends of the church offer ; pastor. above named Court and cause and 1956.
day starting with Sunday School ceepest: sympathy to Rev. Vinson Home On Lea\e you are required to serve a copy of Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
>>\' Mrs F. S. Pierce. 'I' your answer or pleading to the Clerk of the Circuit Court>
liit 10 a.m. Convenant meeting and family during their hourscf Arthur Franklin Parks, son' of. complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU ENJOYAN
('hr '>tma., Program- .I was held at the morning worship sorrow from accidents and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parks is lf.I'. na 1.1", in. P. 0. Toi: 104. -- 11 J ''.> l' 1 I.: I'lIn I

On Dec. 14, at 8 p.m. the highsi hour, young people's league at c'eath. --- Joan Jenkins, repot terKbenezer home on leave after completingbasic and 1.III"\'ll1e.; file the original Florida In the officeof

hool department of R. J. t:. will 4.45 p.m. The evening sermon I Baptist Church, Rev.V. I training at Cambridge Md. i.r the before Clerk the of 31 the day Circuit..f I.Court.-..ember.ou ( re'ui."urt, Bradford County, i EXTRA ROOM, CARPORT. NEW BATH, Including

present a pantomime of the was delivered by the pastor. The \ Strong pastor tegrets to an- Heill leave for San Diego, 1956; otherwise the allegations of .Florida In 'b"a..u1. Fixtures NEW ROOF, SEPTIC TANK TANK &

Nativity scene. The elementary -I Can" club met at the home roume the passing of one of its Calif. on Dec. 13, where he will confesed said Complaint by will be taken as II Thoma-ill 10' M\rti' Kil-x, Kiltx, i. IMaiiit.if I't! .t.d.tr: ,! t' WATER SYSTEM ANY REPAIRS AND REMODELING -

department will present a variety fof I Sister Bertha Dell where we faithful members, ReC.. P. be in school for three months. This notice you.shall be published 1':".' Xi. 1 1'', !i".1! LABOR AND MATERIALS
J lUg ran. featuring the carols in a j discussed the "Hand of God." Thespirit Chandler. He was called to heaven lit is .1 1956 gi.idiuitf' II; KJK once each week for four consecutive Order of ruhllratlon nod Notice foAppear
i' I weeks In the Bradford 'Tele i I : Mate of Florida To:
pageant titled "What is Christ- of God was really in the County 'Ihnnia-. L:tie Jr., uh' '. ,
at 4 a.m. Monday, accnidtng i I I graph. ) Call Us or Drop A Card --- No Obligation
mas' The choral will ( ., .- I 110! Hi and Hildlivx I- ', i \
reading be..I club meeting as we met with our I I to his daughter.in-law. Altameast- I'e' 'h .> ii.i\ .f :x \ lr ,>.i.L'harl..s : :
Front Mantua, ;o..w .I'r" \
cone! by the fourth grade class shut-in sister, Bertha Dell. She Chandler, who was at his bedside uffi. lal Clerk Seal) under the direction of Mrs. A. C I enjoyed the fellowship very much I Hugh-Chestnut of Gainesville ,sin ,Kv Ma-Man L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk >. eeOrb..r ':1. I'':> ;. in tii.named .. $<2ff} |,0 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS $1 JV53
Moffett while the music will be I : II! :%!o' 4t 1 I- Jlon Court and cause, whcl.IIplaintIff
?nd plans to meet us as charge of arrangement* Tnt 1 -ecks divorce.
urmshed by all the other elementary often as possible. On Saturday. funeral may be held Sumla01 I > ( i: TO .\ri-rau |(I Bradford County Telegraph shall
I In ( Irruil ('ourt, Bradford Ciiuntr.Florlil.i publish this Order in neat four
giades of the school. Dec. 15 the club will meet at Monday, depending on at rival of rrrrn.r..rr r I : In ( hanrer I weekly Issues. 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS -
You cannot afford to miss this the home of Sister Wilcox. All other relatives and tends. Rev I i .=. OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTHS( I.h 'im I r: :\Mahini.: l'lainliff.'S.. I Witness my hand and official $600 $21.17FREE
('hllstmas drama I I. all"1: :\ n..r'II.I."I. seal at Starke Honda, this 26th
extravaganza visitors are welcome to come to Chandler 1 lived a long useful hiein .
Cas. Xo IH-r-JT clax- \it\ember.. l''o<>.
ud musn. There is no admission.All the meetings and see what we Lincoln City and Statke Heleaves Soil Conservation I Niillrr In* Appear (OFFICIAL SEALCharles ) and Information
I To. J.an c. Mi M.ih'oilinp >
1"1- A. l .
and friends *rby.Clerk
patent* are invited -
vie trying to do for God and to mourn his loss a host I .
N-E-W-S I il.lHc and atliln" > i i- I'liknoun of the Cir..t -'
to attend next Friday night his church. Faithful Few clue .of relatives and friends. Further You are hereby notified that a lly Marion L. Crosliv, Iifpu'x' C rk'Chas. ;
.,t the school i-.ifetoiium. Principal I -IP! f.rilinni n. Hess. S01-05 Guaranty Life
meets every Monday night; choir j information will be published inI By Kill Haat \ .u>\ ln; ,i>"Iy.trt.l ''".meal"i Building Jacksonville Fla. Store Hrs. : 7 :-'><> \M t to
Ed In Thompkins will be PIl'NEW \ rehearsal Tuesday night; Wednesday i next week's paper. Soil Onvrxatli'ii smlce Illlllo 'had l ..Mixf..r I'll. 11 I "i 4- : : 21i J 5:30 P.M. Mon thru FrL ,,
has been flied against you lr. :tie _
night u __ prayer_ _meeting._ ,You u'I { Attended Cl.i-Me in Miami above named Court and cause and In The <'on n Iv Jinlsr'h < .nirl Of 1 I Close Noon Sat.
: 'I Foster Shi Smith Chairman o, your answer or pleading; to the In I'rt.linlc.
ol these activities. Gladys Hlye, |Ida A. & :M.: University aU ended the Board of Supeivisors for the complaint on the Plaintiffs ''Ia 11'.: E-tae ..( Marv .\ -- .'y
I reporter. i the Orange Blossom Classic in .\U"rn.II.. I'. Baldwin I' O. I "'1 II i: jo itriiiiniis
i Bradford Soil Conservation District I I5..\ lot. i.uinMlli; ,-, Florida, All T'l"'onh.ixniff Lta! ]' ,i. .
I Allen Chapel A.ME. Church, (Miami on Saturday Dec. 1. where announced that the Board and file the original In the office I. iiiand- ..);.1111-1 the --1..1.' "r I. \
I t'K J. Washington pastor. I they saw football at its best. I will hold its regular of the Clerk of the Circuit. Court OR !|1.'a. -fd. an Ii.r'.t,i.fI..I.f..1 ,rr
utonthh'meeting or before the and required to 11. t'n.r'
hid services all day Sunday starting Tennessee State University tigers at Lloyd Green's home. 31 I d.\ ..I'! I 1..1..1'.. I"":.,:: lain- ill tin office of the SMITHCORONAPACEMAKER with Sunday School at 10 beat the A. & M. rattlers in a I The main for otherwise the allegations cf said ..IIIdirt"f Uradford Conntx. Floi .da
topic action will
Complaint will be taken
as confessed in the rmintx Toiiithnuse at S'arkf,
Irene Thomas thl ill with a score of 39
: m. Supt. in game be the discussion of the applicij by you. Florida within eight calendar
i-haige. Love Feast was held at to 41. :Mr.: and Mrs. Julius Royal j tion for assistance in ThvA notice shall be publishedonce months fr..rn the date ..r tlu f,1 'tliuhlicuiiini FOR ASH SALES ONLY
planning each Reek lor four consecutive c.f tlnv n .ti re. or the
I n a.m., sermon by the pastor and Elmerlnd Ozora Shell were anal carrying out works of im- weeks In the Bradford County Tele.Pati'l snow ill 'lit-1'ome void airorilnc to
morning and evening. Holy CommUnion upset over the defeat. Mrs.I I 'overrent r iln1'N .I.y of, :Xitml; IHXX. Thi :;th day of Noxtmbcr.K ,
pi the Watershed !'.:.,;. !. I.....:.. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONE
was given at 7:30 p,m. Sophia Royal accompanied her : Protection and Flood PreventionAct OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby n. STAXSP.fltYAdinini.trator I
Class leaders were commended son and daughter as far as Fort for the Lake CIK ..f tlo. I'll 'nit Court ot the
Region RechaigoAie.i .ly :Ma' .cut I.. "enl 1.\ liijuiiv Clerk t 't.it.of Man- .\ ": t'I1--
visited another
I'ierce where she
( foi making such excellent reports 333 or 45
169.50 Watershed.
J 1'! "It 1.t'I'I'E !U1 I 1'iiry. tlH"1. III
The Trustee rally of the daughter and family. The following are two I F.I !It ,il.Ii.:" ;,:on Nounb.r! ".1.
para.graphs \ TO 'I'n I" '..;. ::i'I
t 'hulch111 take place on Sunday, l li.fiketliall GameAccording _
/ the application: I In Tin-nit (:U>urf, llradfurd Coonly. : II 'n It 1 : 'l 1
i bet 9, every member is asked I to coaches Butler Watershed Problems: The wat ,

Full Su* I ti. pay $3; for the indebtedness I and Shell the opening game for orshej contain, several lakes I -

Full Q lity F e ttue2 ..t! the ( hun'h.'e must make i the Tigers and Tigerettes will beheld I I which are connected by naturi'' I .e .... .. -
Simplified genera\ I payments on the piano pay for Monday, Dee.' 17. Both teams and artificial drainageway.s. canals ; : aI :
fer f ecoffice t {Or hurl for the church and parsonageand ure practicing hard to be ableto or creeks. i .
work Adjacent to these ,
bills. All win their first of the ,
other pre.ving game I lakes are prairies. During hear

numbers are asked to wake upi s"ason.Iost:: of the varsity members rainfall the areas around three ... ._ iI

i .. a sense of their full responsibility ; of both teams graduated lakes which include huge acre ,
to the church and do their last May but each coach is work- of I .
ages timber pasture, cropland .. t sereI. '!
AT LAST! A full sue standard
:; | ht.st. A t ::5 P m. Sunday the ing hard to season the new I and recreational and homo site; '

typewriter with quality ':'Heavenly Five Gospel Singers ofi material and develop champion-i I are inundated by water. These

features at a price you i Jacksonville will be presented by ship teams. The schedule for areas will produce a )large rex-em:,

can afford to pay The M 's. Willie Mae Moore. There isnu January and February will be I if tM water level of these Ink! e>

Pacemaker kites: jou the admission fee. Plan now to announced soon. were stabilized. ,

same t typing action as the :|' In ;ar these great singers. American Ijrgionuiliary i I Watershed Treatment MC.IMIH-; ,

finest office typewriter Ht-iilah: J. Lennon reporter. The regular meeting was held i IIt I is the belief of the people in
First Born Church. Rev. F. in room 9 of n.J.E. on Sunday I the area and sponsoring
organizations -
e\er built Manufacturedto
i Howard' pastor held services on with President Pauline Marshall that the lake levels ran be !
rigid Smith-Corona specifications the fourth Sunday which was the I presiding. The group decided not stabilized by the installation of _

at lowest price on 'last meeting before the Annual to sponsor the usual Christmas seven or more control structure;:|

the market. Assembly to begin on Dec. 4 andi party but have monthly birth- and providing channel clearance ] I. _

I IOJP on the 9th. We are hoping day celebrations. All members for several miles of natural drain- :

: that our pastor will return to us born in January will be honored ageways. The lakes in the Camp _

Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH : lor another year. The meetingswill ct the next meeting and will receive islanding Military Reservationcan i :

: be held! at First Born Temple.n I gifts from other members.The .( be used .as surface water ;I j I

Jacksonville. We wish to thank committee Is asking that you I storage areas. This water can he I|i ; <

all members and frienlsho not ray mOle than $1 for a gift used to keep the levels of the I iI] I

I helped to make this a banner year. as several persons may be bornin other lake, up.

Our anniversary was very successful the same month. The secretary. I
Phone 2I!) Starke Fla. due to your help and we Mrs. Ethel Young, would like for :Maurice: Edwards Jr. used (lie i

.I raised $233.90 at the close of the you to submit your birthday District's chopper to chop his I M-

pastures to help the clover! get out
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and grow. I sw ," e i/t1
I Cain of Graham used the Dis- I

,(: tri( t's grain drill to plant winter I

I pastures.Lex .
I Green used the District's I

seed cultipa ker to plant Pen.<;a. Now ;'
Dodge brings
cola Bahia grass pasture. you

THE RIGHT ,1-OIXT for the .I

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Fountain I'en. TELEGR.U'UI

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TO ,p..anII.
Circuit Court. Bradford County,

,II.FlorlJai"- ''' I In Saxxy.r.Chancery J'l.untiff, vs., Giant
Anna Semi' Saxxxii r. 1>>.f" mlant.Ca 2ruuoIbs. :
To Appears X,. 101S22A'ollre : : THE lOWPRICED 3' G.V.w. Haul up to 50%more!
v Tir Ann.t :Nancy :,.Il\ \'('r. whoserf"idrn Eight models! seven wheelbases! ,
<'" and addrr-- .. :SlO East
five Bodies
body sizes. steel-
Kith Strert. Hronv, Xi xx- York.
You are hereby notifi.d that a suit reinforced, industry's most
for divorce has been filed against
I', you in the alioxe named Court and Starting today, you'll want to change around windshield, ( and rear window. rugged. .
cause and you are required to serve
''a copy of your answer or pleading every idea }ou'vc ever had about 4. FLASHIEST PERFORMANCE. Only
(Ito the complaint on the Plaintiffs low-priced trucks.
Ml.mi. M '' li.i'.lv: n I'T t i.ifi,",'| a passenger car and a new one at
I.I: .\ !lot. I .i .1 r'! i and. i Because these hot and hefty new that can match a Dodge Power
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Dodge Power Giants have rewritten Giant when it comes to <;stepping away

the book-.. !..t'Ilthe lead of the lowfrom a stop light or breezing up a hill! !'T

priced three in every department! 5. MOST ECONOMY. Exclusi\c air- I 1

And here's the proof. Today's great linertpcS's rev up ///// on }

new DodgeS-! Power Giants give regular gas, and make \ power

)oU the give out with extra mileage !

', 1. MOST POWER-from :204-hp. 6. EASIEST DRIVING with exclusive Heavy-duty Dodge Power Giant

FIGHTS ALL CORKS pick-ups to big-brute 232-hp. tan- push-button automatic transmission!* tandems deliver up l 232' tip).

F.lei'trn rift are perfect gifts de- f :\ T"IM :- dems. Actually up to 3more And gear-before-a\le steering plus the haul as much as 11,0001bs. more

for i LESS TIMEr-- -<::: power than competitive makes! Extra industry's sharpest turning lets you payload. From 26,000 Ibs. to
-ipieJ togi\c pleasure to
bears I ease traffic like eel
r through an 46,000
In a lbs.G.V.W.,1o65,000lbs.
'' less strain less
DRC'; \ [': C :;: _rfl; +:rD1N I II power means engine ,
:ome! Check these against Jour ,/; 1 i II wear and repair. hurry! G.C.W. Three models, eight

I 2. MOST PAYLOAD as much as Any way you measure: a truck, oull wheelbases.
Lhristma= list : S terrific
new Dodge
IBlenJer I 73 :c more than other low-priced dents
trucks! From 4.250 Ibs. G.V.W. to come out on top. Stop in and

Ifcctiic Shaver :1. FRIGIDA1RETHE 65 000 lb<;. G.C.\\'. drive one \'-8 or 6. And get your
: Dodge dealer's deal before you decide _
Celf-t ]later! Mixer on your next truck.
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$, ... ( :,: .. :
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SEE YOUR APPLIANCE DEALER NOW!. Get The Best For Less of the low priced three. Up to

: 4p0we1vGIornls 46,000 Ibs. G.V.W., 65,000 !Jbs.

AtSmith'sjjarage G.C.W. Mighty 232horsepowerV8

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................ ......9 -.t' ,, f Ii i' Two Join Guard J
Sheep Pay Off J
'Jl. t
-' j T i> our paned the Staikritumt. See BILLY JACKSONFOR
HIGHLAND I _..: ;:" -' .
\ : Guaid unit this week

Says J. Q. Rosier hllg"ngIhl'! total! enlisted Vien-
fly Mr. Lacy ISurnmn4AAAAAAAAAA.AAAA.AAAAAAAAA < : \l f ,::th to f 3.
7 \ '(;:.. ;t.t! A recruttmc'contest between TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING
1.:11'011: alit pull theo word .,\ tin various sections of the conipa- :

Mr and Mrs Burton Coruther l :!F ; \ r shphtrd IJWier'shtn eye, l'" nended Monday night with And All Type TractorVork
Kirkland and hrh .
:Mrs Louise \\ it. fumes to sheep."There's i mpanv headquarters on top
dren ana Joe Howard parr. all | money in that wool," '\ k'I The men of the headquarters sec.tear PHONE 165

of Jacksonville and Mrs Kathleen he insists, "and sheep pay off ei .N will he treated to a party i

Norman and children of Lawte + I IIt'I1..r than h//.:.." b. tn! .. oihpanv offueis sometime
were dinner guests of Mrs Ruth rI be1'lie ('ii'ibtmas l

last Sunday. KH.IIT: Mr. Rosier'pretty _
Mr and Mrs Jo'loyd:0I111an i: & r'.e sav + I little granddaughter, Jo Anne I =

spent the weekend in Glen St !*.la l.., nuKes a fetching picture II tOl'I.L LOVE the new" f:>terprusesue -

Marys with tiara Norman's pal with her pet lamb inside the I "ru..k fountain jn-ns ir

ents the Harveys.Mr pen on the Rosier farm. She pastel ..had..\. Only' S3.09 at Brad- q

and Mrs. Charles MosHy'! ii.; t..L, shares her grandfather's enthusiasm I lord ('aunty Telegraph.you now-
of Jacksonville! were weekend i for she *p.
guests of the L. M. Normans I I -

Winfred Wilkinson of Jacksonville I ..... ..._ r. __ ._ .- --
are required to serve a

preached here Sunday morn "Sheep pauff: better than I f Rosier went on to explain that bined.ng btuymg improvedrams. long as he has been farming and copy the complaint of your answer-"i toe or pleading Flaintlff to y0Uj BALL

ins and evening. o's'sa's J. Q. Rosier. stockmanand he gets about $10 a head for each ,I as a young man he herded 1,000 .1'hrn.t \\\1:\ ii Mnrrell. Jr. li>0I -
Mr and Mrs. L. M Norman and tarmer who has both: on hi- i I lamb and that the cost of keepingan The sheep do well '>n natIve nead flock belonging ti, hi- tatherinlaw. I I.\\ I:\ hanKl.uildi1;; J.o6- BRINGS

sons went to Jacksonville Friday farm located near the Flowing ewe is considerably less than pasture, he said although he feeds John P Sapp whose farm ''mull.I'I, <'nil.i,
afternoon and Mr and Mrs. Dock northwestern !I that of a cow. them some corn to winter them was lo ati.ii about tutu inilt-, a- and file the original In the office of
Well Bridge in the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
Norman and children accompa Bradford County. Shearing of his flock of about over. They do not damage pasture, i (before th.. 17 day of I I'rc., 19.G; r. that writes smoothly, easily, without/ uncaring I IMllE
med them home and stayed until of lambs I 70 head is done in May, he said as some people think Rosier said. in the county who have otherwise the allegations of said
"You get two crops a Complaint will be taken as confessed KING-SIZE/ CARTRIDGE WITH/ 4/! :- WRITING CAPACITY
Sunday afternoon. year" Rosier said "and theie's I and the wool is shipped north I I"I have both on the same pasture, sheep according to Rosier, are i by you.

Those from here attending tin the income from wool and altogether where it is processed. j and my cows look good". Britt Rosier, Bill Sapp George I I This notice shall be published! ( once'each !\ew"CST" 9 FLOATING BALL
Ringing Convention at Maxvillr I think I do better with I I Rosier said his flock consists of Rosier has worked with sheepall Kopelousos and Lex Green. J week for four consecutive Controlled Surf,ue 'nolnldlnn for
I weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
Sunday afternoon were Eller my sheep than I do with cows." | grade sheep but he practices up- his life. He has had them as ,graph. No Tension smear Ink.-no <;kipno "IHklIl1'rntlDj iiss we.ir.INSTANT. :,
Norman liettie starling. and Zet I lIat.1 His in day .f xIoi"'f.: i ,
tie Padgett. The next Sing will rrrrrrrrrnrrrnrrrrr.nCLAY wood leally comes in nicely now Complain by you. III be taken as confessed +! tarn h n.t 'I 1'!.:.,; an- instant stall Dncs.n a STARTING

be at Hickory Grove in Cieen I in our old fireplace. I This notice shall be published You are hereby notified that a I'I (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. \\ nh'o the momei.:
has improved once each week for tour consecutive suit for divore I I KINGSIZECartridge point tout tits ;
Mrs. Uichaid Moa'ey I Clerk of the Circuit Court j pap'|
Cove at 2 p. m., Dec. 9.Mr i HILL weeks in the Bradford County Tele has been tiled against you In the I(1(1) Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk lasts
and Mrs Vernon Stalling in health enough to come graph. I above named Court and cause and 1 I II I :.. 1' i. 7 for months of
the Louie iMHd th< 13 day of N' M.I bcr I .
and children of Heilbronn wen and visit her parents, 1'itOFFICIAL; i normal use 1. ir hr Mntiuin
I J. I. Mriklun : I -------- IT l-llia him- 1 I.m
Sunday afternoon juests of th, l.y Carters, for the first time since ( SEAL) Charles A. DarrnClerk I S WATERFAST-

Lacey Normans. I&AAA.. ......A&.. ...... {[ back in the summer. We are glad Marian L.of Crosby the Circuit Deputy Cou't.Cr Ciert1 i $50 $100 $300 \dI NEED CASH? -- -- --
Hardee I she is improving this much, and I \1 H'; 4* : 7I t.ibrii m so.ip STANDARDor
Richard Langand son be withus -- dl"tt'rJ nt $250
hope she and Richard can I MODEL
Little Sarah Jane Haidee, infant are home again after spending n in our Saturday night service* I PROMPT COURTEOUS CO FIDE TI.LI
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V few days with relatives in Tampi. NOTICE TO .u'I'F.\n I

C JIardee was born Nov. 21 & Mrs.. Elia.flom Clay's, was at at the Clay Hill church again. la Florida Circuit In Court Chancery.L.nrn Ilradford. County I MARION FINANCE CO. Inc. Bradford
We will have our Christma. : County TelegraphPhone
died No\ 28. Funeral ser..ic'iwere = Rtnclclands Sunday hunting :Mil. lull 1'Uintiff \ I.' ,. I
tree and exercises at the Clay ,
I K flit: 10 11, Idf. nd.int ,
held the Highland Baptist
in Christmas trees. We usually have Hill church Dec. 22: stalling at ,',,,,' \" J"1 : '",,:i.Nullre 218 W. University A> e. rhone FR6-3333
Rev. E. C. Harvey.Burial I Starkc Fla
Chuixh by plenty of company this time cf To Appear 29 -
7 o'clock. All are invited. ,,, i Gainesville Fla.
in the Highland Cemetery T" .l.uu. s i: 11'h.1. \\ I iiHMdiiu ,
was year looking for Christmas trees Rev. Davidson from Pic-kei ulk .. .ind. .idil'tss I' ,,it : v,"jindiiu ), i I
Be.vdes her parents she 1survived and kumquats.. It 'ems we have I \.\ ,A.n (..ildIn i a ,,, \": !Ui|,
filled his appointment with us at
by three sisters and one
both.The Clay Hill Church Saturday evening -
brother. Winton Parrish family of
using the 23 Psalm as h:* I ISC1
Mr and Mrs Stevens of Tamp Law ley spent the day with Mrs I
ipture. This was really tin I II
and Mrs Oscar Vanzant were Paiush's parents the Fred Lang' I More fun for when
most inspiring message we have family
among those from out of town at Sunday. ever heaul on this passage. Miss'Barbara your you
tending the funeral. Hubert Padnett cut wood foi I
Stiuklands" Saturday but while Davidson sang a solo Cm ;,
. the us, which flag well lendeiedV''
cutting the belt to the saw broke 'I
I \\a>' you 1l rltt Come in and MIttt so thehall to wait for sometIme invite these folks to be with ti.l

I jour favorite KMEKHKOOK to; net .mittnei' belt This- again in the near future. i l'

Fountain Pen. TKI-KOUAl'M: Sunday Dec2, was our Cum

I nuinion day at Clay Hill and I Rev

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.---- -._ --- -- ._ __ __ __ __ STARKE. FLARIDA mum. DECEMBER: i4sr
,....................... Maxville Sunday afternoon. Sunday I and -------- -- "----
I sons of Gainesville were Sun- I day. I I N. Geiger all of Jacksonville, and1.! Jackie Nelson of Jacksonville, and Mis. R A. Barkt'!
Mr. and Mrs RV. Mosley and Marklee Uaulerson of Brand ay dinner guests of the Car' !I Sunday guests of Rev. and Mrs I Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley and I I'j with them for the weekend. I h of Jacksonville: :t'1 V
LAWTEY.Jy % 1I family of Orlando, :Mr. and Mrs ford spent the weekend with his Milliards I j E. W Wilkinr.on! t .
i were Mrs. Raj j j :Mrs. R. C. Rucker, all of King.j j :Mr and Mrs; W G StuninVMu :Mr.Inmar; Green '
I Jack Reynolds and family am: parents Mr.: and Mrs. Ernest
Mrs. of,, leigh Brannen and son, and Mrs '
Mrs. Sr. of Jacksonville Uaulerson Magdalene Wimpy i !ley Lake 1 1i had! t... S'.r,!lamu .-;, :Mr S..t! n.'
MM. Jojre T. hitch Mosley the weekend Slaike spent the weekend wit! | M. B. Layfield of Hampton, ani*|I i Mr. and Mis L. Durden hat '
tint I
spent are to I
sorry report Mr .
[ C. H La
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAfhu'N I Mis. Mary Reddish had the Mrs. Harold Xorman and Shirley I her father. Vernie Padgelt, .inr' ,, children of Gainesville. !j as a guest last week their da.i.n-, |. -. -- -- -- -- -- -A.- -

P Capp, who has been pleasure of having all of hei Johnson are patients in Dor:-tort family, I i I Mrs Martin Bales and daugh- ter :Mrs A. T Gordy m( F. d'! .-'

in the .\iiny and stationed in family with her for Sunday din HovHtal m Starke. I Mr. and Mrs. Gad Griffis ofj I: ters, and Mrs. :Mae Wells visited;ij j, mOle MJ.. and Mr. and\ Mi-
ner. Those present were Mr. amt The J. K. Devote family made Klaike; visited the Leonard I'revatls >, ... FUEL OIL
(;..IIUaIlY. tame home lost sv'erkhr j Mrs Alice Lee and FrankV.I: j i Charles Stewart of Lake C tvi -<' SHELL
and I f.tiniU' wt-ie Sunday din- Mrs Roy Reddish of Webster Mr a trip to High Springs on Sun Sunday afternoon. I I in Jacksonville on inlay! i.' their guests for the weeku.
and ilrs. Bobby Reddiri of Lees Mr. and :Mrs. Hermie Kell i '
lu-i Ktieat., "f his patents, day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. D. A C'.u.it.: .t.
Ir'l. burg Mrs. Eve Godwin of Stalk and Mis D. E. Thomas spent Sunday in New River \' ill YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY of HaWthoine. Ml and Mix r 1 K
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: .n'lhs: : hq"'nan Sapp. j jMi --
and Mi*. Earl iKjnty of I! and :Mr. and Mrs B. I-:. Reddish and family \'isited11'. and Mrs Mr. and firs: E. L. Kelly. 1: Haidy and daughter, and! :M1! a1;.' Prompt, Dependable Delivery
|Illf I.aw ley. Curtis Starling in Orange Parkon ', 'STATE' ... ._ ,
Jaiksniivillvisited! Mrs. Lulu' Miand Mrs. Margin \\ IIIl"of FARM Mis" Met i it t Cauthen and! '' '
D..ritv .rut K A. last Sunday. i i I:I :Mr. and Mis. Coleman PhillipsI Sundiy. Jacksonville were weakenguests -' t.>i'. all .it Gainesville w-'e, rr.::-
Mi anti M'.s Paul Griffis and I of Waldo were Tuesday evening Mr. and Mis. Farley Austinof of Mr. and Mrs. J. E: I '1.1.1\ guest, of Mr and1' M r PHONE 84 I
I| dinner of the O. J. ;
guest Phillips Clay Hill and Mr. and Mrs '
Wanen. ( Kobeit.Mr t Is
f.mu"I: k.onnlle spent S.it-j:: By Janet Turner .
i family. Arnold Valenti of Jacksonvillewere
nnl.\ .i.ti :\1- l, 'io\' Smith end The Floyd Fuiiates are staym. I'hone 135J'ALAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAA; :: and Mis .l.uk \.v. :IIA.'I-II:; '
J. C. Prevatt of Ocala spent Sundry guests of the K !Lim! 1I KM's I in Starke since their home burner1 I ut 1V'acius; ;. ".1. rsrrt' Snahrci JOHN A. TORODE JOBBER
Friday with his parents, Mi. anc* Caiters. Mr and Mrs Valenli I
I! 1'! l;. ..!-i.-i: dId! Mir"i. Mrs last wetk. I I| gut's-tn 'if! :Mi and\ :M'I! I.i I'I I. ,
\ r I".. < ittriiciwi! the Sin1l'iy I Carl Prevail.arkTanner left Tuesday for a'i.'t with hi.= The Rowel: Pt evatt f.iiiulv; t j Mi and MlI! I M I Bt.uilc\. hid!i \Wainw light! SHKIJ. OIL ruonuTs

: I'..L.'':]! ..,'. :.til h w'-1. held .d 'I / ;Mi. and Mrs. L. S. Tanner announce patents Mrs. Leonard in New Griffis Jersey.and family visited Mr and Mis. Ernest Sou-; i :t--> tutu gut-si- Sunday :Mi and'I Mi :end! :\Ir. ItV I I U.:: .:.' '_'. ,_ .;: .::. ::___ ,_ -./..::.:.-:._"..;. :.<..:---Occ;;.. .
I theiland 1:1 Lake Bullet on Sun I :\Irs. leese DI alllt.and Mil V had then giandihildieii 1 Be'i: i".i!:
the marriage of their I of Starke visited the L. C
I daughter Charlotte Faye, to William King family on Sunday.
R Joseph Zack of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. G.V.. Sapp and I

Wash Your Clothes on Sunday, Dec. 2, in family spent Sunday in Jacksonville WE INVITE YOU TO SEE THE BIG M's NEW Outdates even tiling
Kingsland, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Zack with friends.
9 Pounds will leave Dec. 6 for New York Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Smith and" else on the road with

City where Mr. Zack will attenda family of Jacksonville visited Mr
its dream-car ideas!
welding sche>A. and Mrs.: Xathan Starling on
For 40c!
Mrs. Sam (Hicks spent last Sunday. I!

FREE Bleach If Desired! week in Jacksonville with hei Mr. and Mrs J. G. Gleaton IInl' I is one of those rare cars thai
brothei-m-iaw I a single; model changeover,redirect '
sister [
OWe rand family of Holly Hill were Frulaguests > whole course of automobile design
:Mrs. Will
Hodges. of the Junior Pievatts .
new Mercury makes a clean break
Will Mis. Belly Logue and daughter The Guy Futch family was nJacksonville the plump, bulging lines of many
and Mrs. J. R. Hinron of 1IJnaiiifarfles1gllof
at Hope Haven Hi.- today cars_presents a sleek
Dry Your Clothes Jacksonville were Sunday dinne pital to see their son, Lamar. or dynamic look that's straight
I guests of the E. C. Juhns family Sunday. Lamar was appearing on of fomarow.the .
I The Ed Durban family and :Mi a television ,
For 20cIn program at this hmef |I .. '
and Mrs. Raymond Williams o Mr y. .... "r t ,
and Mrs. Ossie Cason of I : .>.: :
New Automatic Driers! Jacksonville spent Saturday eve Pine Level spent Sunday with Mr I > '>" :'

0 fling in Hampton with hanI' and Mis. Willie Griffis. I ,.>0;. ', \\
:\11 s. George Williams. MrJ B. Bradley, Mrs. W i: '
Lennaid Harris of Jacksonvillepent I Griffis, and Mrs. Les Prevatt aiu'i! '
newest shape '
TheVasheteria\ i Saturday with the D E. son of the State Farm were shopping ,i "

I Thomas family. m Macclenny Tuesday. I '. ..(. ,
Rev Black of Jacksonville war Mrs. D. B. Thomas and
Temple Ave. Starke I the guest speaker at the Chuirl' Diana, were in Jacksonville daughter e NEWV.ANGlETAll-liGHTSFROM!

Dt I'hnst in the City Hall or on Saturday to do Christina. i In cars :for 1957 DREAM-CAR DRAWING BOARDS
.:'. '. .. I shopping. _A stunning example of Mercury
new Dream-Car Design. They help
Sunday guests of the Dave Tanners 1 ,
Mercury'gleaming new
were Mrs Lois Tucker, an d breadth and bran.. Mercury i is now

ille.Miss Shii ley Rosier, of Jackson i ;J 2' will/ influence feet over I long'6'/j feet ...wide more than 17' 2

I Steve and Harold
Starling of
Cocoa spent the weekend herewith GIVES A MASSIVE BUT GRACEFUL

i iI I The their Fonzo respective families. r\ the look of cars e lOOKNe beauty with a purpose
i i family of ? The unique new oval, design acts asa
I Starke
. I spent Sunday with MrPrevails a '. double bumperprovides both high
mother Mm Senie Pre j and low protection, front end back
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Mr and Mis. Hubert for to
Priest and come
il family were shopping in Jacksom'ille ; N --r years ROOF_It spans, MORE.GLASS the most spacious;THAN passenger EVER

I Saturday. / / compartment in Mercury history You
!, I Mr and Mrs. Sinclair! Griffis ; /' enjoy up to 829 square inches more
I II and family spent Sunday in Cl.ty :.' ; visibility. And Mercury is new in everything .
: 11111 with the Hanison Mosely : ; :.'.i": f i else. You can get a power seat
; : It familyMr. ; : : i t that"remembers"your favorite driving
and Mrs Ernest William I t,I ; ,' ?' position. And there's a Power-Booster
i and son of Lake City were Sundoguestr > I Fan, in the Montclair series, that saves

i .; 1 1i of the Hubert Priests I : ,... ,, '.., 'f; horsepower other cars waste And
;i I Ii I Harley Higginbotham Jr. an' .-:-'_ '_h ; .,. { Y" much, much more. To see everything
i ; !I Jimmy Lang of Baldwin were ..-...... ". -sr stop in at our showroom today.
; auk .. Sunday guests of :\1:'. and MnMitchell 'I & \
j jt
to : "
t I I Brown. These young:: mfn ,,
were on their way to Miami.
The It. C. Bryant family >I s.
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fj Mr and Mrs. G. F. Thompson of v
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fI j Ocala visited Mr. and Mrs. Ftorme '

j Wilson in Palatka last Saturday i, II!II
Mrs Carl Vanzant gave a tilth-
I day pasty honoring her daughter
/ :- : ii.-! I Diana, on her tenth birthdaMonday )I I
afternoon.Mrs. !

H. E. Priest and son, Lamar I ...
were bui/ness visitors tc
Lake City on Monday. I .
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Miss Patsy the
Sapp spent ..
Head in the clouds? You, too, can enjoy weekend in Hampton with Mr I
and Mis. C. T. Eiland. I I Ii
that high and mighty feeling that comes when Mr. and :Mrs. K. A. Petzel 01 i

Brooks Oregon announce the arrival
you have ready cash in the bank! of a daughter, Patricia Eva-

lee. :Mrs. Petzel is the former Mil-

I died Sapp daughter of Mr. and 57 a
1 Mrs. Shipman Sapp. SRAfGHTOUTOFTOMORRowMercury-;

visited J. H. Moore at Rockinr,

OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH US. COME IN SOON! I Chair Shady Rest Home in Gainesville : DESIGNDon't
on Sunday. with DREAM-CAR
I Mrs A. II. Harley Sr. is spending )-
sometime with Mr. and Mrs
S C Harley at Heilbronn.A. .
J. Keene of Jacksonville miss the big tele\i.,ion hit, "TilE ED SULLIVAN SHOW," Sunday i\ening: 8:00 to 9:00, Station WMBR, Channel 4 t

\'islted11'5.: Nancy Keene an]I

I Mr. and Mrs Hollis Clarke oStaike <;
assisted with a hog kith n ,
Member Florida National Group I at the J D. Clarke home on Sal

I urday. tl'! ;,$; I Court & Jefferson Sts. Phone 447 Starke, Fla.
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