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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 21, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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reetings BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH [ !


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May contentment and Official County Publication Established In 1879 j I I IOLl

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prosperity attend all ; MI: :U.t'fTF.IC: STMCKE ILOKIDV I1:1B.lIu.tmaJ.: : : ; '. 1. 1l.i!
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your efforts throughthe (; -


days ahe-nl: and School Absences Elks Entertain YoungstersWith On East CallSewer Fire Pumper Bid


may this! Yuletide Season Bring Charges

Yule Theatre Matinee; I Project

Le onehappiness of compI+ t ,\Against Women

and ., St.nko F.k! ; Will l! entei t tin 1'1 '" 1 >. !'heA l.1Sk." I Accepted By City
fof$'ou 'Ia ,
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I I T.Ui Wtillien thISI. .h wet thin ;itO ymin.stei.s ,it the.i -e< I'imniitttv: nl Klks: "11.1'Oof -,> Set By Council

>our loved ones... I: chat g.'d: with icmtiibuting to the ond annual pie-Chustnia-". : Ph.'IIAy! St.-\c Sniiiiius

I 1: delinquent of minors ()fl a comi Matinee to be held at the Floncl.I I Ii \ in Robhms I (I Hairis. Rin: Vole Split 3-2 As Noegel, Andrews

i i plaint filed bv Di Florence Jen1I I Theatre in Starke at 10 a. n. to- ;, eit Green .I D Doyle! InniiiGteen The Staike Ci\' \ C..int, I I': Tie Push

: : I I nings. Eradfmd ('uuntyouth' day i Friday*. i| Morris ('a I t..r, Jcromi I day night: designated! East t Call St For Cheaper Model

counselor, which said that they J.'lins. W. H. Noegel Ji... Charto-,
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: A spevial movie will be .shown bevond: the hospital: as the location -

I encouraged and permitted children and a bag of mixed fruits and i E. Johns. O'en'au hn, J. II!: for the first major sewer Tht' Starke City CuuiH-il! TlIt" day night in a :;-_' .

*_ to become truants. sweets will be given to each child 'Wainwright. Mike Gilhooley, .1.1Ft. I project to be undertaken with cepted a bid of $18825: from the .t.
Blair Seajrrau') ( Cnniu) ,, \ ; r' .,
I Mrs. L. D. HainioiMorgan. I
i The women. by Santa ClanA i Kelly. Adolph Gay. n funds made available from thr new 1.000 gallon fire tnu-k. <
and Mrs Everett Green, were released harry Rabb. J. D. Sevmour. ouncilmen tstimat.,1! t n I' I _
increased rates.
i Many youngsters have already : utility gine will be delivered in about six months.

j' on their own recognizance indicated that they will bring an A. Williams.. Doyle F: Council Chairman T C. (Cliff Coinniim.---... ..-...., .1... C _...._..._ .n. _ _
From The Telegraph Force and are scheduled to appear be- ; Conner. B. T. Thomas. and K; "r AUlIIl"i HI I I
inexpensive toy or a discardedone I Hazen advised the members tha' and W. II. i Billy I Noegel: voted recommendation witn ; :,.-
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fore CountJudge. T. A. Yawrj Johns will serve as ushers an I which will be used by the I sufficient funds will soon be accumulated against the Seagiave bid. con- tion: "Ian it true that t t.:, f." ,
j Dec 2S to plead to the chargeStatements :: > handymen during the nmtine
I i schoo1 Elks" in I'onnecttonnth then '. to begin the work of' lending that the city) should accept ''f the man who sells S.' I.l: .
from the and will assist in the delivery o( .
sixth annual delivery of mori I installing sewers in sections of the the bitt front the American- ]!j.i: good friend of yen-: u '
Lt. Rodney Hall Assumes Command : principals said that one of Mrs i i'Gret'n' : the baskets to the needy o n I
had attended' than lOt bushel baskets of II1()( I city where this svrvic-e is needed. La France Company which Was j n't that sor of prejudi ,' \ :
Christmas Eve.
I cljildien to needy families on Christina j Funds for this project were ear- $56 lower than Seagrave's i ward the Seagraves .., ...,
'J.i';
i school .ontost days out of the"j j lisis of ."
f'urnishingthe name
Of Blanding National Guard Eve. The toy that are coU..d",1 marked from the 5 per cent increase The three | Merits of Mat.him-
Camp and thO"other Council members favoring
,
j 67 school days this year, i and assisting the Elks in the prep) .
at Friday's matinee will in utility rates voted re .
ai'ninp.LHOLIDAY _
the .
Carpenter .
I thougii attending for 40 !:i aration and delivery\ will be i Seagrave truck replied 'hi1 1 ,

Fust Lt Rodney Hall recently I '. moi nings: had seldom gone trj committee from the Children' cently. Chairman T. C. (Cliff) Hazen J.-J I the fire compan i leprcsen! !.r .i -
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assumed command of Co. B, PRISON i r.-hool in the after noons Committee composed of Dr. Flu!'I.- j Hazen also advised the Coun. i ir : Mrs. Ruby Johns and I. E. Clark were friends of his at>d! ; iwas .

748th Armored Ordnance En The princ pali' statements sai<' I ence Jennings Youth CounselniMrs. 'I.: cil that planning should begin- said they believed the Council basing his deu.snn ,
National HOUSE TOUR I soon on the street pavinc proj- should/ follow merits of the machine
tne ramp Blanding PROGRAMIS that one of Mrs. Blair's children .'E. A. Hall. Red Cross: Mr:S the recommendation -I

liiian'; unit replacing Capt. Joe had been absent 35 days and th- SET TONIGHTThe I Martha Snellen and Mm. ArlirMcKnight :j I e, ts designated in the resolution'' of File Chief Q.Y. Car- Noegel and Andrews t. .1.. i ,.,'

Johnson. SLATED other had attended s< hool only' I i Health DepaitmeniMrs. !itt: boosting the utility rater i t penter. Carpenter had indicated I in the early part of tl,' <$i.,, ..-

Lt Hall has served in National'] The annual Christmas program 22 da\s Holidav House Tour Mary Humphries, and foi 1.1; "The paving of these streets is- a prefeience for the Seagrave sion with a proposal( to ,M-J.- i

Guaid ut this area since enl -lan preM-iitt-d by tinin- sponsored by the Starke C.-irdcn I welfare workers; TIeS.. 1 r' soon going to be a reality," Hazenlemaiked. truck. I jof the bids for the 1 oou ._ Ii.'! "..

mg Staike in January, 1919' inatfs of the Florida Mate $25 Bonds Lost Club will be held tonight I iKudayi i- I Beard. Heilbronn: Mrs Grace nil 0 !'111'111I1'1'hid| pumper and call for hi-. "J .

lie received his commission in I'riM.nill |M. i\l'n Saturda with guests attending any ham. Brooker: Mis. Jessie Cha::;S In other action, < the Council l "I'm going along with the :smaller pumper built ..n .. ;t--

A pul. 1953. IH-C. 22 at 7 p.m. in All Noul's Negro Pair time between 7'30: and 10 I tain. Hampton: Mis. Sam McGai approved raise for all of the chief:' Hazen stated. "lie knows',expensive chassis.

Ll Hall spent two years on (Iiapcl. By ; o'clock.. \'('%. Lawtey: Rev. W. S. McAlile:;\' members of the police department I more about fire engines in a The four fire tm. k ''11I1| I n U .,>

..to'lldutv in service schools at I The tour will start at St. I IMinistenal Alliance; :MYs. Owe:r as recommended by Mayor!minute than we can know in 30 submitting bids to the (.'.'tin. II!
1. T. Tmnpkiiis.siipcnU'mg HeldA
Pistol Is
Ft. Bennin, Ga. Among the Chaplain Maik's Parish House on :N j Vaughn and Mrs Muriel Gilho)' I \V. T. Jackson and Police ChiefI years." pagra\'s. American i"I.P'! '. ,

courses he has studied were communications the e\t'III.aill that and his ifeeie Chuich street. where guests : ley. Elks!' I.idie:", Division. I E. Thornton. The raises were Called Peter Pirsch and Mack 111, :''Id,!
this ear the AH Soul's t'hu|>cl Negro man \\ on to give his cpinmnon
chief's course, 3 after -' will be served Christmas refreshments in accord with a new pay srale'otl'd ieu bids for a 750 gallon PUll| t
in-\\ nil pri-si-nt the program in the \\ airested Satutday night : I the bids .
untrtadio. maintenance argument inI before being taken \ by the Council recently and Carpenter said he built on the same chassis is t tI p J ,
infantry form of :i Christinas Cantata gl'ttmginto an the tour by membeis of the County Begins 1. nas worked on all four of the I 1,009 truck ;
light and heavy weapons pistol, but the pairfailett on will so into effect on Jan. gallon with the h.-N
l II>' the church t-lmir. lh cantata \olving a trucks which submitted bids and
'leadei s course, and infantry Court club. Mori of the raises amounted to running only $300 to VHNI) !I. -,,
to in Mayor's
i.. entitled "The Music of | appear A during his
Tickets at 25C each 111 ly In- ction To Get'Whiskey1 years in fire fighting (than or. the 1,000 ,
ompanoff.cers' COllne.lit. j $2.50' new' gallon! eIIi.lment. '
< I
Hctlilehciu1' by Fred 1'. Iloltun. i Monday! to anwel the chargeslor to bring all tut the had a good to '
obtained from membei-s of the opportunity see : .
has ser\ed as battalion The i.. imiteilto to ask for the return of the I men up to the top salary level them."I .
public ciirtlially ,
I I club 01 paid at the dooi. Autos I .
,rommumrations chief and corn- attend this production, the I pistol I I' But a $10 raise was voted for Officer am Is> t:\P'II..i\

mum-anons officer. November ]I -liaplaia said.Planning. i The man. Leroy Swift. was B. C Holtzendorf after the thoroughly convinced j Since the Council beg.in u < ,.,'JI
Counts Attiune \lo k Futciltcentlv h that the Seagraves is the
} best for
U:5.;> he chami! (-d to tile ordnance :, (charged with public intoxication Holiday Closing filed suits for the foiifutuie '_ [ Council paved the way bv agreeing Staike" he san! :I on obtaining a new fiutnnK

branch I '!'and disoideily conduct and his I that allowance should be madr I I Andrews has contended th It t th.-
I to he County of thre
tiansfened Co B ''wife. Willie Mae Swift was Sta'l ke stoies for experience city should purchase '
Lt Hall to BeginsFor except grocery I policemen having previous 3 as ine\u :n-:
automobiles which weie apt lire t o 'gt'l thalltnged! : I Caipentei'sComplaint
i.s executive officer in February I charged with public intoxication. Ftores will lemam closed! al' I in with the Statke Depart sive a piece of equipment ."
illegal whiskey duiI
(I9r,6 and was piomoted to first March Of : Police said the couple was picked day on \Vedner.lays following I the operations ment the requirements of the fnc inn: .
ing -past two years and sai d I
lieutenant in Mann, 1956: I up after hitting an embankment Christmas and New Years. Dec I that several more suits are bein? I The application of Miflard Johns Heard surance underwrites will .ill.".\
with their car on leavinga' .1 ;" has stated that he ci..
f
the 26 and Jan. 2. I Noegel
Lt Hall took over com Dimes Campaign prepared. I to serve as relief man for the po.
beer hall. The policemen said that I j The stores will be ''By Council On the city should not buy a M.-' .
mander's duties from Capt. i grocery oper i Upon successful completionthe c rfjlice department was approved.
apparently the mishiyi occurred I i truck at the tune (imt
Johnson who has been: named for the regular half-day Wednesday suits, Futch said, the sj Mis. Ruby Johns asked about present
cars! i
Plans fill the 19."i7 March ot ,ws the result of an argument 'in i iI Sewer FeesA it the Council does buy one it
officer Tap
battalion maintenance schedule. I mow held at the County jail \vibe :II the feasibility of setting a flat i I''
Dimes campaign were WOl ked ot' i which the pistol was a major (iI should get a good truckIn
t (','pt Johnson has teen commander drive members The Courthouse, observing thf sold at auction. The sale wi II I POer rate for hot water heater
Friday night as i factor. The woman at first ac-i I
of Co. D since Dec. 1, same closing schedule as state of l-iobdbly take place shortly afte,r, "to encourage the u.se" of these piotest against the leI ent advocating the punhaso "t
M. Gaines. threatening
;
met at the home of L. icused her husband of -
fices. will be clorod Saturday the first of the year. heaters. She said that since elec boost in sewer connection rates the Amencan-LaFrance. Andu-v-
The campaign: will open Jan. 2 : her with the pistol but l.Lterj) I
1952Capt John-son is \'cleran' Mrs. Charles Dinkins, drivr changed her story they said. Dec. 22, Monday, Dec. 24 an(" Futch has filed suits on a 191 I tric hot water heaters are blamed was brought before the City Council contended that there was l.tMo: !

with 14 ye rs in the armed Chairman: said that a mauler o''j I Only three other cases were I i Christmas day, reopening agair Studebaker, a 1939 Chevrolet an d for jumping the electric bill many | Tuesday night but the Coun difference in the LaFiance .1 ndSeagra'es

services and the National Guard. event.and ': W. T. JacksonMondiy. on Wednesday after Christmas a 1942 Buick. The Studebakewas 'r I people do not use them. "We cil! members refused to backtratk and that the (M-,
special projects! ar( heard by Mayor I '
He served in the Navy from f For New Years the Courthousr [ confiscate..t during H r!,'d f"a '-- should encoiiratre, their n being: planned. "We're hoping tr Bonds of $25 were ')r- ,
December will close Monday Dec. 31 am* still in the Hartpton'Lake .a'we have available she A. W. sive.
November 1942 until have a'el)' successful ({rh'eIrs. ,'' 'eited in each. are power Masters\ Starke electrician -

194:' and entered the Guard in :\ Dinkins said. Joseph'D. Greeneeglo, failed ,I Tuesday, Jan. 1. on Jan. 25. 1955, and the Chevic)- said. complained that the Council I Sragr.n 'nkmmn

)March 1947. lie war commisMoned -I i Details of the special events:: | to appear on charges of reckless The'City Hall will be closet .let was taken during a raid o m'' City Clerk Carl Johns suggest- action increasing the tap fees f "I have heard of the Am"11< .Ir.-

a second lieutenant in will be announced later. :Mrs! driving and excessive speed, I Monday and Tuesday. Dec. 21 an( a still in the Sampson City are!',a ed that tefoie any changes are from $7.50 to $60 was unfair tc LaFrance ever since I can ie-

luly 1950: promoted to first I Dinkins said. She mentioned that t ,> Edmond Adams Negro lost his I, Dec 25. The bank .will be closet' on Dec. 15 19.14; considered in power rates the *n j persons who had built homes before member," Noegel: said and d,.-

'lieutenant in December, 1932: and I a "marvelour. dance and nom i :bond on a charge of drt'ingIlh- Chi tmas Day The Buick was captured as it I tire rate structure and rcvenu the increase went into effect dared that he had never heard

i t.. ,aptain in January, 1954.: show" are being tindei. 'out a luenhe and Ralph M Kop: -The Bradford Count hbiar1 was hauling a load of moonshir le needs should be analyzed by. some i and intended to tap into th' of a Seagraves until the fin-
arrange! ,
the diiection of Mrs. Jumus Smith! Ian fIll felted! a $2;) noncl m .1 will! be > iosed all! 'lay i Monday, Dec I through Starke on Dec. 7, 195 1.\} one qualified in the field. sewer lines.Mastern truck purchasing plans wen-

Guard Unit Here the dance chairman. speedinghaige 21 .us well a-s, Chi'ihtina.Da\'. I The driver eluded arrest by juni]p I !j The Council agreed to instaP'' said he began construction brought up. "Why is the i itv now
ing from the car and runnin'iT 1
j on a home in the going to experiment with a Se:.-
'I parking meters in four ir summer an*

Rates SuperiorOn agers1 Indications program are will that be one the of teen tin: Four Bradford High Football Players 1 overtaken through the by Deputy brush as Sheriff he Fa w:'It'I,'.'! ed the downtown area now spaces(designat-!' had before contracted the rate increase with a went plumbei graves Clark?" said his detisn.n w.is

ar loading zones They als into
of the <
highlights drive "If they d. Blown at the ml..1 section of 1.I' voted to trade effect to install the plumbing based on a personal study of the
some broken
everything planned People's eye: S 301 and the I; sikt'i' park ,
mail l.
i ,
Inspection Since in trips to Gaincsv'
will be : |1:0-:: meter mechanisms in fo' the rate increase.-the plumber pumpers
popping. Mis I Pinion .
Named To Two All-Conference Teams newer models. ;, says he cant do the work fo- land Jacksonville.; He said that in

: the (,ainesvllle the wt-ie >lejmonstrated .
Guard pumpers
TIll :;1 ark,' National said.Miss Independent Ccrgi'e CiTum-il: members voted to have original price. Masters sail
Gale Denn. '.t.ito I
pu'ii for him hI',1"
,nil '", r received the highest ,, Four pla\..I.' on Iii,tilt'''I "' ; eui I I tip of the (onteientt-. inakinp I forms punted to mail to electri- : Masters admitted that he had t and
drive lepiesentative attended I th' I with the of handling
possible fXUng of "superiorn highs foul hall squad haw heor it expt-n t' to travel to such I | Team Is FormedByStarkeMen I| power users after their electru ': not obtained a sewer tap permit impressed ease -

.n. annual technical mspec- meeting named t.i both the All-East Flon!
i.Inn.... I' the unit held FiidaDec da Confetencf team and the All Then too, the coach said only :> j program:: adopted at the las' j ji | since he had no idea that any increase .
; I r Mrs. Johns said she would) l follow \-
14 I i BHS Teams Win Keystone Conference team. I handful of patrons would tiave1 i i Council meeting was imminent. Council
I the of
!
Th. an..pe. ton cart ied out h Tlie four Back Harold! God the distance from those cities tr members pointed out that if hr preference Carpentei
: I'I..n1of fast-moving basketb.ii I I "He is the held of the
had depart
the 'mei inspector. Major R. W ) Contests win, Tackle Freddie Stephens am' I: Starke when the games weif obtained the permit, he would '
Cage Council "
will be on the schedule for tl]he | Meeting ment. she said. "What use is ho
)(adl.. and a team of 18 mspecnrs Guards Joe Harden and :Mik- played here thus cutting the gat' come under the old rate. I .
1 residents of Starke this season ;a I| if we can't trust hs judgment '
fniu. the regular army confisted I Goldwire were elected to the! receipts. The The Councilmen told Masters
With Lake Butler next of '
a I'ecentlforUlt'li. independe nt meeting the Statke I(i ;.Minus Xo7/le
.Ii a .aieful examination o< All-EFC team at a meeting of th Staike is centrally located ir I I 'i that if they made an exception ir
City Council
I ( team will take to the courts in | was set for Jan. I The Seagraves Company had
tll) -hide.s records and othe.j EFC coaches in Palatka. Thr the Keystone Conference, th< I I S : his case they would be flooded
> instead of the '
I i addition to the Bradford Hi{;h first Tuesday in' submitted a bid of $19,500: but
rdnance equipment to determine Bradfoid Hish'basketball Keystone Conference coaches vot- I coach said, and these problem the month which falls with similarjrequests.
I tilts. on Newit the Council in accepting the bid
the ijuatiu' of technical main. I'enall' I ICapt |, teams Tuesday night came home: ed on its star team at a meeting will not be so gieat Iter.de.!;I Art Holliday. manager of the i iI |IYear's day. But only after Coun- During the discussion the Councilmen -|stipulated that a large master'atream
I| with a double victory over Lake Bradford High, the members 0'' "
GainesvilleThe
in : pointed out '
| that
I I dependents said that the tea.lmcilman \\ H (Billy) Noegelt even at nozzle be taken off of the
Randal F. Chitty. com I j jmandmj I Butler, with the boys A squad boys will be awarded a the Keystone Conference are Santa was formed to give recreationthe II jokingly cajoled the members to the $60 rate the cots of sewer equipment. The nozzle price was
!! winning 59-36 and the girls winning j Fe, Dolles, Green Cove
of Co. "C, state ; Spring (stick to tapping were still not covered.
the
ofticei silver miniature football for win-I]I players all former high schc(0 regular meeting listed at $675 and this was deducted -

that thi :mpellOr rating was madr I| 40-35. : ning the honor in the East Florida I|I Fernandma and P. K. Yonge. or college cagers. and to stim 11 ; nj ight.h' The Council agreed that installment \- from the price.In .
,' Curtis McGee. the Tornadoes !! Even though IJHS has transferred
possible "hthe know how an I' Confeience and a gold foot- late interest in basketball in t |. Xoegel's stand stemmed from aNovember payments would be permit accepting the bid the Council -
and NCO's only letterman. paced the team I to another conference th.C ted on the
fees.
-bilitv )! the offioeis I ball from the Keystone Confer- town. The members want t, meeting when Noegei : sewer tap voted to pay for the tiutkon
and hart1 with 18 pointa followed closely football team will still competi
ani rni full cooperation ence. II build up attendance at the Bl ir requested that the Nov. 20 meeting Nov. 1. 1957; with financing
unit." by Reason Kirkland who racked with EFC teams!' next season be
in the
work u ill the men The end of football season | games as well as the Independe n' be held some other night Football SpeakerTom through a local bank Paymentsop
Snar, (Ciawford of Rt 2, Iifef up 15 points. cause of contract agreements an
because
marked the withdrawal of Bradford i r games. Hollidav said hunting season opened the loan would be provided
Gutie' mined the company last At the halfway mark the Tor- '! High School from the East j! continue rivalries with rome o I Two games have been slat ci' that day. Council Chairman T Niipent/ head roach of the, for in the budget to be prepared

week to mmg the total strength to nadoes were in the lead 32-16 I' Florida Confeience. With the beginning the teams in the old conference, !v> far by the independents. (). C. (Cliff I Hazen told Noegel thatId Florida State University footbal1!! rext fall.

in e en UH an all time high foi They made 16 more points ir. 1 of basketball season the i in future years. I Jan. 5 they will meet an indeper 1 the meeting night couI3 not be teamf.ihas" accepted an'invitation.i I Funds for the fire truck were

the Hilt' the third quarter and 11 more i Next season :Mor.ticello an i changed. to b* guest at the .
i school entered the Keystone Conference ent team from Keystone on t h I speaker annual earmarked from revenue received

Th m-xt icgulailv schedulci' \ in the fourth quarter. .I The East Florida Conference I j, Perry will be dropped from thi,r court at the BUS gymnasiu;m When Hazen suggested the banquet for the football team I from the recent 5 per cent boostI
BuS schedule. the coach said
.1'111) >'ill he Jan 14. lO-'i"; 1 i Coach J. C. Holts said that roaches accepted Bradford I antI Game time has been set for 7:jr ;,January- change Noegei said. "Oh. next month, BHS Coach Lennard I I in utility rates. The new fire
j Bolles of Jacksonville and Fer
the "team is doing well for this High's resignation at the p.m. I ro, you made me drive SO miles Register announced this week truck will replace the 20-year-old
nandina Beach two !
Rotarians Trade time of year." pointing out that i i meeting in Palatka i Keyston r A team from the Florida Sta lt, from a hunting trip to get here. Rl'gisterid the date for the I LaFrance pumper owned by the
teams be .
will ad.led."W.
all of the boys except :McGee 1 Football Coach Lennaul 1 Register -. e hope to continue .1 Forestry; Rangers school at La kwe I have to hold the meeting on banquet has not been definitely' City. Disposition of the old truck

ai t' new to the game. game City will journey to Starke i the designated:: night" After aIn set yet. but will be either the 4th I has not yet been decided by the
Poetic Brickbats said the principal reason fill with P-ilatka and St. Augustine, 1I i 0'
Hobbs gave particular mention I the CHS I Jan. 9 to take on the Starke tea little banter it was agreed to or 5th of January. Council members.
resignation from
the Register: ",Iid), "because they an r
to Kirkland and McGee for their H i at the high school] gym. I jpostpom the meeting until Jan.
EFC
: was financial!
at thin i He pointed ; rood drawing cards and not toi
i an! lampant S
outstanding performance' in thegame
Members
out that Statke: was at the north- far a\va\" of the Starke ind I,
', Wednesday' % as nuni.uei .
this week '
pendent team are TownseiStrickland. ,le"i ;
in their annual po The gins; held the Lake Butler : Sonny Stricklar.Illegal: Rabbit Hunts

,,-t( and gift exchange girls to only one point during the Bully! Strickland.!
Frank
Drvdo'
v ,.. e !liberally spi mkle<" first ". ;Hit By County Judge
I half quarter of their content :ne. \\ F. ('r IS..I'ICliff\ o I'd MtGii: ;

t..tls as each Rolariar i, while racking up 13. But I \ .. I i' Pitfiv. .lame Phillit)c-
e dedicated to the I half-time ': CouirIint'e T A Yawn !said'
by the Lake Butler
.,.... : II n.md: A Q Smith:: : '
'. ise name he had i girls had closed the gap to only :i this week that he has re.eat-i! 0 '

i 4 points with the score 22-1S. Methodist several complaints recently about ,.' _

atmosphere wa I t Sandra Strickland was high I. Choir boy hunting rabbit.at "irflit;

: 1 a program o- :j corer for BHS with 19 points t To Give Special with spotlights from autoin.i.i'' e,

1 "I S presented by Jar I and Jackie Prevail a rill.-" second k-? The judge pointed! out th,.' !.,

,'.1 i Mara Payne act | with 17; points. "Ann Wil Christmas Program law prohibits hunting r.". i. ,t r..
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< the piano by Mrs : hams played an t'xc.'pti"n 'ft! \: highways or in un.p.d.ir.-: .
M- :t' Youth Choir wi ill .
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i !good frame at u.U'l1.1: X villages The penalty f'.i < "r"

".i Wa.in charge o- : Andrev.s. girls'reviewing cua. -. .- :ial! Christmas SOl"P tion of the violation ofh.. .'.

". I' : the game !I"' igrani. "Born in iisup to 60 days in ja.: <.! .. -.
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1 'A tn film strip at t h<> lof( up to $60.

I .'enin!: service in t hI" '
convicted nf '' _
Girl Arrested "Anyqne \ ;inilaw
;, Christmas Service :*!- :::"dst Church this Suj ,
I m-I this in this Count.,' w.'i' '

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: ] twice m the last gregation of $1.I. c: .. K i .., said.
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iei! Iwmg arrested on pal Church extend ,i \ "' ", ..
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't using profar.e Iant : vitation to evenono ti r-: ,':. : '!, ;i ;, I 'S -jsi.ted by Jan Mundoi ff
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public place. 1-Christmas Eve Sfrwe ":i h: .1 ,I T: .- w ill sing throughout 1 h"

... t : Uindell Bradley, was I Dec. 24, starting at 11 3n' I', Three of tin four Tornado pla-jers named tu thi all-eunfrrent,. piogiam, many of the b st-lo\- Due to the Christmas holiday
-d .t!. .i complaint from La- The're11 be congregational: |
singing ; li-aitis nf tin Fast Florida ( onfcn-nce and Ht ston. ( unfert-nce (ha it Christmar carols.Soloists falling on Tuesday next week, we
": : Maitin and was released I of the old Chn>tnus ..I.'!, the -
about the honor hu\.. on program will ho would like to have all correspon-
they o-eeiu-d. Left to right ar. Freddie SoI' b..nd Thin I b\ '
week she followed 'aL eivbr.ior. .n! 1I..1>1J 1\ :Mil a, Payne, Maigaret Ann Pi iiit- rience in our hands bv) Monday

"u' ba.k in jail after the J, Communion and si-inmr. t 1'n. < ens. Joe Harden and Mike OoKlwire. The fourth allcnferentpoe>l !t.r = Jin Mundorff An hie Ore en morning so that the editing p"o-

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editorialChristmas nmIIt,( t.\IHn: ?1. )irrYorksaving !
That's Our Business
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1 CALL WHITE or VISIT I

Re-Discovered Joe Peters Glass Co. : 1
ff.l NewA >>&mcwt -i
"I almost dread to see Christmas coming :
.tin more," we heard a man remark in the drug) FOR ANY CLASS NEED \'ersatle.useitrightatthetab! I
-tore the other day. We are not so far out lit \ We Design Modern Store Fronts; Automatic Temperature Selector
our youth when Christmas time is looked forward Just Mail! Us A Pattern for temperature constant rte,
applianceskeeps Bales Stews Simmers. -
to as the most joyful time of the 'year Table Tops -
that axe did not feel a little disappointed at this 1313 X W. 4th I'l. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353

statement.t Vete can partially underhand the sentiment fbi'j: j_ -

of this gentleman when we consider the

mechanical process which .Christmas has "l'come. "' : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
It may haw been that for him. as for a lot of
I'tople( in this modern age. the activities of OA D 1hkt i f A"RW-'
Christmas have fallen into a mere routine oi ttie'
l4jgAsl l \
iulnllintf obligations. He may have been think- r : Makes 3-9 cup of delicious Botb water fad as
nitf of the mad rush to buy gifts with money he I coffee. Automatic Brew : )0V can use iti! "i 1
lonldn't( afford for people who don't need them.: ICHBISTMASElectric t : Selector. Easy to quart capacity,
Or the piles of Christmas cards he >ends to i 6 JIteCiuiit4 t a clwn. I beautifully styled ,1 OI
people he has only nodding acquaintance with 4 : I in copper and stain
but feels he must remember on Christmas 1 IJl'- less steel.Shuts off
( ?r l if water boils a ay.
him
cau-i- they might send one. Sca" _
For this man the joy of giving. beingS with /l.
friends and the general feeling of good will which

the carols, decorations and happy atmosphere T. C. HAZEN JR. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : . . . . . . . .
mint have engendered in him during Christmas; ,

ea.Min when he was a child evidently had becrowded < Supplier of Sinclair Oil Product : O Steanc astir'DIUL.I : r P.nt24e Stea"t.I a +...
and dis- .
out when he became a man (1.
covered that in modern times Christmas had }become Starke, Florida It's 2 irons in 1. Automatic and works on '
a matter of the pocketbook as well as, or : Switches from steam : AC or DC.For drvironto -
even more than, a matter of the heart. : dry-ironing instantly. : ing,too. Weighs \\ Ibs.

Hut: people such as this man are not the only

ones in our community who experience no joy '. : _
at the thought of Christmas coming. What of
the child in a proverty-stricken home, whose 'oFR your patronage Housewares
parents! can barely supply enough food for the l" j -
table, not to mention adequate clothing. There and friendly good will .

are children in our nation, state, and even i in . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bradford County who have never known the please accept our sin :

luxury of having a toy to play with. .. 4 ( cere thanks and : O pozta6P' 4tc : lcTiaete'V
Certainly Chri.sti.ias for these children md We lull line of C-E Elec- :
a it's :
carry Lightweight jet Toasts as you He it-
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families is not a time for joy. When they olerve tric Housewares and we would : powerful enough to d j : light, medium or dark.Extrahigh f
and abundance of others at i BESTWISHES
the happiness
: tough mixing jobs.AtallMe toast Lft
miserable welcome I the opportunity to demonstrate __ RJt1 :
Christmas time they must feel even more :
them for Check :
vou. our ,
in their plight. *
Certainly the oppressed} people in Hungary credit terms you will be surprised :: __ : 1
and other ravished satellite nations must feel FOR to find how easy it is to : :

their oppression even more during Christmastime own that work saving appliance :: '
when they can think back to festive holiday CHRISTMASTINY'S you need for your home. : t .:

before the armies in pint. x76irand
seasons in their lands .
bite.
turquoise plus u :
started marc ing. .
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The demands of the modern commercialize! . . . . . . :. :. . . . . . . . . . . . .s. . . .
drowned out the real
Christmas had apparently "
the in the drug tore 66" SERVICE STATION
spirit Christmas\ in man
__ the giving of love and self to help other -.. We Service Everything Sell ...
Staike Florida
people.
But we are Mire that if this man would takea
small portion of the time and money he will
undoubtedly spend on his "obligation" Christmas is McGRIFFGENERAL
activities, and give a toy to some child who --- '
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would otherwise get none, or befriend a family;
in need he would learn again the joy that i is; : From where I sit.. // Joe Marsh

Christmas and he would make this Christmas ELECTRIC APPLIANCES !
much happier for the people he has helped
Fastest "News Service"in STARKE, FLA

What's Your Solution? Town!

Although at the present time there does not 'i\\ er'i\\ c; c; c; c:
Had a frantic ire from Wdhthan our paper they'veington
seem to be a solution to the pressing problem of: yesterday-saying that the even got better circulation.local <<
school finances there has to be one. and then "
Congressman "making a From where I sit, some of us
must be one because of the importance of our surprise,it and a short speech would rather talk than eat, while
children and their education.If Could I get the word around fast other are dove-mouthed ..jut
in considering the matter calmly, we start Xo time for a special edition of a- some of us like coffee and I A Christmas eciHARD
with that one thought as a premise and all the Clarion, so I turned to the others prefer a glass of beer.There's .
agree on it. then we will eliminate a great deal fastest"news service"in town... a lot to be said for both
of the wrangling and heated discussion going on Windy Taylor.He spent an hour attitudes.Hut if you go in for gab
mobilizing his Lodge and) Courtdon't talk against! someone just
now. House cronies-all pretty fair because you don't happen to agree
Having agreed that the school system in our Uilken.-and the rest is history.Iiiarge with him on some question of personal
county needs more money, and needs it urgently ; >t turnout ever choice. Use jour own "gd I
where is it TO BELIEVE
then of course we logically inquire As a newspaperman I hate censorship.! I
to come from? .
to admit it but factan- fart-; 11
fly the allotment of more race track fundsto The Windy of this world aren't 0' t6.'W./f.> n
the schools? Well, under the law now the only quicker new spreaders

funds are divided equally between the Hospital l "1''right. 1"o. It, 'cd.Ssctn Brewers Foundation On ,
Corporation the county commission and would the i Any Range Or Hot Water Heater
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.schools. Any change in that arrangement a- ,._. ; ':: '-"-- jpg :' != ,
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have be made by legislative! process and the

schools need. money now. K !
Some persons feel that the hospital does: WE\ SOLICITThe ji- tV r'7 IN OUR STORE J
not need all of the racing funds that are now ;
going to that institution. They feel that the ::::::::: :::::::::j You Can Purchase
schools'need is much more pressing and that g Ifj
some of those funds would help in the current Accounts of Individualsand

financial jam that the schools are in. Corporations b .\ With 9
The hospital has not yet operated a year.
When the first business year has been ended,
and the hospital board releases a financial state- NO DOWN% PAYMENT J
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ment then we shall all be in a better position to

judge whether some or all of the racing funds upon the record of hazing ser\ed our customers '
may be diverted to school u Higher property assessments acrosstheboardsales tontinuou.ly.jm'e date of organization :i NO CARRYING CHARGE B

taxes, and change in the homestead exemp- 1911. All business is given prompt. efficientand
tion law are some of the remedies that have been I .
suggested. All of them are bitter pills but courteous attention. UANKIMJ; HY :MAIL \a 11, 36 MONTHS TO PAY J Jl

there is no easy solution.We IS OUR SPECIALTY. You are as near to us as. _
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have tried to explore and clarify some of !
with the hope of jour mail lox or post office. K j
discussion
the ideas under What Could Be Easier! ,
stimulating more thinking on the matter. The LL-----
problem is not up to the school superintendentto Beginning;: January 1st 19)7.e; will pay 3': << ,

solve or up to the tax assessor: it is up to INTEREST ON S.\\1COl': ; TS. payableon if
each resident of the county.If 9
we all agree that the education of our July 1st and January 1st of each \ear. Any .1 1 _
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children is i:: one of the most important things in deposit made by the 10th of January will draw i P/af r ,
the county. then we are all going to have to (r liof L1 /
help pay for it. Trying to put the burden on interest from January 1st H>:>7. And that's not n n ,

someone else is not.going to work. the only advantage of sating in our bank. Your f} tmt.. --\J
What is TUCK: solution to the problem':? Why n and
not sit down now and write to the editor and money is protected day and night In killed TOUR COST YOUR COST .. ,
fJ ON AN
let's hear from a number of you. ON AN 'Itrme, {\
management guarded by solid steel and concrete n AUTOMATICHOT

NOTE: FLORIDA'S: GROWTH The and insured l up to $10 00.00/ without cost I AUTOMATICGAS WATER C" yp iJ Q

Department of Commerce says that Florida had ::0 our customers. RANGE HEATER SAS \'l' lJ
the greatest rate of increase in automobile regis- \
trations in 1933; of all the states of the Union. Is As Low AsA Is
Florida's rate of increase was 11.8 per cent as 1'4s \ iS got if! J
compared to the national average of 7.2 per !c I I
cent. That should prove beyond a doubt that We Will Appreciate Your Business tc q
Florida i is the fastest-growing state in the :Na A Week 9
tion. p Week With 5 Yr. Warranty

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Go FIRST CLASS Go GAS with SLADE GAS ,

D4 EST. 1879 LAKE BUTLER, FLA. ,

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V" PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY ME.MRER OF THE: SLADE GAS CO Next Door To 'inn-Dixie jf
UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEAD 5 :
FEDKRU. DEPOSIT INSl R.VM E CORPORATION Phone 121 Starke. Fla. ft
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERTD: AS SECOND CLASS
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AI STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER
I THE ACT OF MARCH 3, 1879. iJe
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I II I II AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA- i taxes for five years.- On a motion 'Bissell of Starke. Second H-.gh: Letters To Santa r 4 l I
I of Councilman Fred Dodd, the was won by Mra Evelyn Cat no?
clerk was instructed to submit. :ana MrsVelma Menzen Third! Dear S: in! t C.:.iu--
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I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS ,I the matter to the town attorneyfor was won by Mis Claui Rulaugh' I I ,ur. 5 yetis! nd.! B,.'. '. I AsP HEADLINES ALL YOURLILta
the purpose of preparing pro- and Mrs. Louis Kyle. i listed! the things I want ;; 'I' I'; .-' I
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 per resolution and ordinance. East and West Winners were mas. I have been a good' t>-,, :

n.nn..nn..m.m.n.ar.nnrr.n.n.nV_Y_Y.r Councilman II. L* Owr.bey reported -'| Mr. and Mrs. Fremont Tolles II Blackboard rifle, gun ..r': i i.i .. *
that dia-ussion was stil' high; Mr. and Mrs. John Karges. lets cowboy outfit Davy Ci"< j. t' f
)lir,1 Develupnaenl1'u ) I..K of tli iiiktjiient! | stating going on between interested par- second; and Mrs. Alice Ketchumand hat and gun cowboy dlliL!! \\ .;.n'. y volitt i
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Bt- Anne\t- i that Mi. Bud expects to black ..
ties on the possibility of building Mrs. George Phelps, third Dink set, a big play car. pil t t'I
At a meeting of the Keystone top the streets and plant shade i an approach to the Laundry ovei Catholic Club Meets glasses, pirate land set, a h'r: I I
Heights Counl.1I on Dec. 11, a trees on all the lots, each of' the Ga. Southern Railroad. St.Villiam's Catholic Club met : when I get big, a play banjo. a !
communication was read from which is 90 x HO feet. There is, ,j j! real gun when I get big. a teddy I
I John Bird requesting that his development a total of 120 lots in the addition,]I Wage increases retroactive tc''! in the Hall Wednesday evening on bear a titer, a play monkey and
Nov. 1. 1956.: were ton, Dec. 12, with eleven persons
noithwerit of Orchid and streets will connect Keystone I I cgoroved I
I Avenue and Block 32 le annexed Lake and Paradise Lake. A plot' street laborers and garbage! collectors -:, hand, and also Father John Ske- wagon. SPECIAL ...4
, to the town. Lloyd Singley, a of land has been set aside for a I.I ; han, pastor. The club was hap- Your friend, I .
I guest at the meeting presented a park, and Mr. Bird guarantees Present at the meeting were I py to welcome a new member, -- Bobby Lappe I,
I Mayor M. L. Beasley. Council : Mrs. Mary Carew. Plans for pews LOW
Chairman G. E. Wiggins. Councilmen -, for the church were fjtill the main Dear Santa: !
I Fred Dodd, H L. Ownbey!II topic of discussion: and will be for I am a little girl three .ant l ;.1 '
I I I and C. E. Mitchell Tax Asseaor several more meetings in the fut-I half years old. My name is '" PRICE!
Every wish for your happinrss Tommy Milliran. Chief of Police,' uie.P I Jackson. I am a good girl Kah'I'I 'I' :

a I WaIlIuhlhoffer, Councilman' .mtf"rds Haxe Beach Party I want you to bring me a I
1! Elect E. E. Williams, and guests: )[r. and Mrs. A. A. Bamfordand telephone, iron, iron board, and \
I .. We send warm and friendly greetingsfor LloYd Singley Jack Hill and son, Rodney, entertained 16 i a new dress. And I also want you! I S Frozen Grade "A"
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: :: George Kuykendall. of Rodney's friends at a combination to bring my brother Donald a toy .
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I your happiness at \nias Decorating Contest I! weiner roast and beach party : or whatever you have for a baby 4. Dressed & Drawn-
wK .,. Is your home all fixed up for, at their home on Lake Geneva 9 months old. I
I iIi. .. Christmas? Have you an outdoor -;i j Monday evening Dec. 10. i I, Thank you. Santa, for these I ..
\ Christmas
I I'/ Christmas tree or a Santa I i Those who enjoyed the party things. I will leave you some iakc I
, .. .0 0 Claus perched atop your roof?: j included Linda. Bubba, and Car-! and a Coke on the table. By. by
.f). r ,,/" : If not, better get busy for you : olyn Moody. Bob Morgan, Mar- Kathy Jackson:
\ :/ might just win a prize. The Key- rian and Merril Belts, Deanne I'

I f I,." '" '0 N ._. ......_._' ._.... _, .. ... .. stone Chamber of Commerce i ii' 'i Lee Bob Redfearn, Pat Forsythe. Dear Santa Claus t I
offering some mighty nice prizes':I Charles Ellis, David Waite Dar- I a'm 2 years old. This is what thtg ; 1a
to the homes and places of busi- I|i line Campbell. Paulette Tyre, PatI I years old. Please bring me a big ,
KOCH DRUG STORE i ness who have the most origins! I LaMee, Dale Fallm and Mike j I doll for Xmas, and I'll be a good
ideas. Foster. I girl and help Mama. Your little
Starke. Florida i Duplicate Bridge:: Club I, Birthday Party. I friend, 1
i About 50 members of Keystone:: Carol Ann Campbell daughter -- Pamelia Ritrh /-;
Heights Duplicate Bridge Club en I of Mrs. Libby Campbell, celebrated -I' i! ?i
.1 joyed a deliciou-i'dinner at the her tenth birthday with a Dear Santa Claus: : *ikL TOMS HENS
Melrose Woman's Club on Thursday party on Thursday, Dec. 13, at Tm a little girl 14 months old I j
t I evening Dec. 13, starting at her home after school. and would be thankful if you'd II 111) to l II l II)
1t I t to 20 )IbAYEKACi
remember Xmas. Will be I
on
6:30 me
: p.m. Bridge was played The following guests enjoyed AMI\.K: (; :
\With test wishes for following the dinner and the games, ice cream, cake, and favors glad of anything. Your little pal : S.
3 I winners were as follows: North : David Stuckey.'David Schaeffer Debbie flitchI '
and South High Score, won by, Billy Carnes, Eric Redfern.I I n> Ib
I Mrs. Anna James and Mrs. Ann I Jimmy McMuitry, Jimmy Fox, Dear 8anta-- \ 43eI 4ScBROILER
I4 CHRISTMASmSL
RBV + ram 2 years old. This is whatI I \
want for Christmas. I have beena
r' good girl. Baby doll, play house
/L / Let us hear in our hearts the age-old baby carriage, clean-up kit chair SIZE TURKEYS pound 49cSwift's

water tent a pretty dress birdcage
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, message of peace and good will ,'' I nam j Annie and Pretty ,.
r. I Boy, baby d,.U bed. Your friend. : +
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Kathy Lappe
Premium Tender Half Whole
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and a hope for all the
I Johnny Martin, Kay ;r
I 7. Roberta:; Sibley, Reba sunderlan(1.1 pound
blessings o! a happy Christmas time. .
;" ta : = I anne Brokas, Carolyn Jean Moody I. SMOKED HAMS 49ce
II and Leona Town end.
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JITfflGSSMITTY'S t. ; I
I -. 11, James Edward Branner i Dressed & Drawn Quick Frozen Grade "A"
was born in the Bradford County j
Hospital, the first son of Mr j :'1 Long Island Style .
EDWARDS GRO. AND MARKETStarke I and Mis. Orren Brannen of Keystone i f ,

BARBER SHOP I have two Heights.daughters.The James Brannens-Ed r I! { DUCKLING 4 to 61b avg. 49c

ward and his mother came home
Florida Starke, Florida '
I on Sunday morning Dec. 16. ,
'. On Sunday, Dec. 9, Mr. and :Mi s ,I 4W -q'
Joe Pawlikowski became the
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i I proud parents of a second son. i! Grade "A" Quick Frozen
whom they named Thomas Francis i
He and his mother are at 1 lfctY

We Are Happy To home now .from St. Vincent's in'Jacksonville. 'i|I II MENDER FAT HENS 39c

Lt. and Mrs. Courtney Howv'iare .i
I the proud parents of thei'I
first child a daughter born Sun 7

ANNOUNCEThat I dl)'. Dec. 16 at the Naval Hospital i i .': : V' V
in Pensacola. This girl LSI I ,
the first grandchild of Mr. anI' J t.(} ..; I ,--f!:?
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Mra Howe E. C. Weichel Jr.lrs I fob&f'WWS&S&' Over 2-3 Fruits and Nuts t
being the former Sandra
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i Court The of St Honor Johns District of the % "; !J g9ff FRUIT CAKE

I EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1 1957 Boy Honor Scouts in the will Community hold a Court Church of ....---"' '... '.

educational buildins on Thursday.

We Will Pay Interest On Savings Accounts Dec Starnes 27, will at receive 7:30: p.m.his Milton Eagle Jb 1"2-lb Size 3-lb Size 5-lb Size


I At The Rate of of of Scout Troop which award.105 Myron in He Keystone Prevail is a is Heights.member Swit- I I j 9c 135 2 65 385p t

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master. ,
Everyone is invited.
Personal,, I
I Mrs Aughtry Vance who worked | O
I at the desk at l.ind"aWalk.- '
I er's Service Station for sojjir\
.' time, is now at the )[ar\.' '!'I'\r.\ I JANE PARKER HERB-SEASONED
I Clinic in Penney Farm In fact I!

I I she ment has of takl"n"er this clinic, after the mana-t'nursinr: I II S TUFFING MIX I 8-oz pkg. 23e.

I there for two months. Mrs Vine"
.11 I| i if quite elated over her new an.'
.
I interesting position in this MI".IOI-!'
:| 23-bed clinic. :
i :\11... Anna James called ofiunds JANE PARKER
in Jacksonville lust Fr;
I da\'. 04 h. l V/2\b
I i lean Fox and Lu NeLson: wereiin I STUFFING BREAD 20c.
Jacksonville shopping recently I
Francis O. Clark returned honv
from St. Vincent's Hospital in
Jacksonville last weekend. Ho Y
spent the weekend in his homeon JANE PARKER
Lake Keystone and then to
the Mary Ohn Clinic at Penney
I Farms to recuperate from the I PFEFFERNUSSE COOKIES 33c'Ocean

operation he had in the Ja'kson-I I
vile Hospital. Mr. Clark is

per annum. Interest payable January 1st and July 1st on all I Clinic.Superintendent of the Mary Olin th.1 .. ERY CKISP
;
I Spray Cranberry .

sums which have remained on deposit for six months next I and A-2C daughter and.Mrs.are Oather visiting Queen MrsQueen's I LETTUCE head 1Se

parents, Mr. and Mrs i
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previous to interest paying dates. Edward Bleha. They arrived Saturday I 0 SAUCE E
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morning Dec. 16, from i iPmeiastle I ,
Mb! ( It\\-
Air Force Ba.' at Or {

FUNDS DEPOSITED BY JANUARY 10, 1957 WILL DRAW INTER- Mrs lando.Queen where is they the are former stationed Carol'] ,i' 2 1-lbcans 37e BERRIES bag 1ge

EST FROM JANUARY 1st. Bleha.
John Detweiler came home from
the Bradford County Hospital !, FRESH
This rate together with Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Insuranceon last Saturdaymorning.. A&P NO. 2'j CAN stalk

all accounts up to $10,000.00 makes a savings account in our bank the fly Mr to and New a Castle.rs. Don Pa.Morgan to spend will I FRUIT: COCKTAIL 33cAI' CELERY 1 IS'3I.H

safest and most profitable investment we know of today. I Christmas, with Mrs. Morgan's I
parents Dr.
and Mrs
I C. M NO. 303 CAN :
We strongly urge that you open an account with us as soon as possible or I Booher. The Morgans will leave'II IIj SAUCE 2 for 29c YELLOWAPPLE

that you add to your present account by January 10th in order to take advantage j, tomorrow Lt. and Mrs.aryl be Courtney gone a week Howe ONIONS bag \
1ge"
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of this ; and new daughter I "
new rate. fi"fl Linnea Courtney 1KLE NO. 2 ( ANPINEAPPLE .
II will fly in from Pensacola] on j SLICES 29c
I Sunday for Christmas EACH LARGE;
-...-....... ......... ." l 'J 'I 7. Tr9t61f15 I' Howe's parents, Mr. and with Mis Mrs E I
C. Weichel Jr.Mr DOLE 46-07.
I PINEAPPLE 15e
R ? and Mrs. Carl Wi-trun
\'II/ who I PINEAPPLE JUICE 27c
\ recently )
\ purchased the AJ]
/bFECRALB1N..K' Nelson .pink, .
houfi
\ on Lake .
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{I II u I Humphreys Gold Woman's Club Feted i Young Adult Class Yule Dance Is Held I Office Remodeled nut St. white! !em..ti! '.::.:

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II Treats ChildrenTo With Yule ProgramMembers Of Methodist Church By BHS Band Guests parr w.'tk ani : ,: I.. '
I ]1 I The Crmlex E T.h'- & Son" Ps of.--, at ll'O .< u ..
I Holds Yule i 1I suran.o .\grey :, l1W'nt.: .
Yule Parties Party
of the Staike Woman's :. Mt-mbeK of the Bradford High temlan.ur! quit"s ::0'
temp" > ,t 133 ='. Wil ,
I i.tiy qu.i ".s : to' the off ,-
Club were entertained at I: School Band and their guests en-I j i pie-Tit :
r Humphiejs Guld Corporationheld i| The Young Adult FV'Hohii .
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a delightful tea and Christmas class of the Methodist Chunh am' joyed a delightful Christmas I i
rhiistiiias parties for the program at their December meeting their families enjoyed a Christmas 'dance in the Woman's Club Tue I II I

ihildien of employees of the Wednesday afternoon of last party Tuesday evening in the educational day evening from 8:30: to 11:30

lAdys Mooty I Trail Ridge and Highland Plant week in the club house. building. Mrs. Donald The holiday theme was carriedout

Phone 35 1 i on Saturday Dec. 15. The social The program was under the :i! Kokomoor and Mrs. Clarence Taylor in decorations and refresh I
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_ I "". ; dubs of each plant made arrangements Music Department with Mrs K served as hoste&'>eS.Christma.s ments and an orchestra played for
... 6 ----- and took care of all the G. Duncan, chairman, and Mrs I dancing j ,
decorations wen
Yule Party Held ; BPW Club Members details. L A. Canova, co-chairman. Mrs. used extensively in decorating th I Chaperoning this affair wet< | ,
The Trail Ridge party was held I Duncan served as commentator I Mr and Mrs. Winton Criswell .'
an.: ,
occasion and Christmas
hall for the a
Christmas Party I 11145 I
By Woodman Circle 'Hold at the Enlisted Men's Club at I''for the Woman's'orld.mock radio ," pro ram'l:I arrangement centered th I Mr. and Mrs. Elden Mathews. Assisting ;, Q I II IS i Ii
"This and
BPW Club members held their Camp Blanding between' the hour mtioduce tea table. in serving were Mrs Sal al |
Forest I
Members of the Supreme the guests on the pio I o,
of 1 and 3 m. Over 375 Hunter. Mrs Junius M Smith
at the p.m. p I The ols and e.\ I :
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Circle met at the annual Christmas party group sang
Wood ii an I and gram. Mis. Charlotte Miller soloist i Mrs E.\ Yancey. Mrs. 1T. Pel
people were approximately
present
of Mi-. L. S. Hutto Tue.bynight home of Mrs. Pauline Torodc sang several delightful Christmas !I hanged gifts during! he evenin'entertarnuumt ;: : I' I
home 225 children up to 12 lum and Mrs D. R. Devrick II
for their annual Christmas Thursday evening of last week carols accompanied by Mrs :; Appioximatelv 4enjoved iI i I
years of age; received a toy a I
'his affair
of gifts. The home of the hostess wa ijeiightfu1
and exchange Canova at the piano. The Methodist -
program with stocking, and a candy cane from Christmas MusicThe !I
Games and contests were enjoyed lovely for the occasion Quartette, composed of Jan !
with Santa Claus. Refreshments ot "GIB" BROWN'S SERVICE STATIONStarke
Christmas decorations pink Mundorff, Lu Hillendahl Eiden
L. Andrews
Mrs.V.
with ash I I
ice cream Coke and cookies wereserved I Choir of the First Presbyterian
leaves -
and silver magnolia pre
Christmas Mathews, and Gilbert Golduucsang
contest.
of the
winner to all present. Dick Stin- I
Mae dominating.A several carols Church under the direction
carols were sung with Mrs. accompaniedby Florida
derland was master of ceremonies !
Green Accompanying the group at short business meeting was Luke Mis. Lloyd Green at the piano I.t Miss Louise Stem, will present
Picketing was Santa an.i
the piano. Mrs. Carolyn Red- held before the patty when plans Tom Colfiin led the singing with "They concluded the program h\ .a.t Christmas 5 o'clK Candlelight Sunday afternoon.Musical ) I,,
played Santa Claus and dis- were completed for the annual accompanying the audiem III
grave Gonzalez at the Recorded
\ Tony piano. -
Dec 23. The
tnbulM gifts.Holiday New Year's Eve dance which will music singing two popular Chrlru..i accompanimentwill r
was provided by W he the church
refreshments were be held Monday evening, Dec. 31 J. I CTlOlS. by organist. I
McLeod,
Siprelle. Brady pres-
Mrs i.M Davi The public is I
served at the close of the meeting at the USD. ident of the Trail Ridge Social Mrs. C. L. Scholl. president, pie The B>,idtoid: .mil's; Hospital ,
invited
by Mis. Hutto's daughters During the patty, contests were Club and his committee made up I sided over the business meeting ,, tintiniini es the following baths: I i ordiallv I IIU WISHING

Mrs. Shellie hail Mrs. M. C I enjoyed and Mrs. Martha Bales of Italian Meyer Lola Garbett when two new members. Mis. I I :Mi: and Mrs Charles E Crawford I, ('.\ or 111 \\11: ; A- YOU
Red Joe Arnold and Mrs. Bert MiMaines. -- of Staike, a daughter, Deborah
WelU and Mrs. Carolyn andMiss Jane and Don
Mrs Frances )MacCondichie: Lowery Patray I A
grave. Della Rosenberg won prizes and all the other "helpers" are I' WE're'oted into the club I I Kay Dec. 12. I wish to express my deepest I IRRY

The January meeting will be Hostesses for the evening were to be congratulated on a job well I Mis. ].'. J. Pellum gave the Mr. and Mrs Charles Doyle appreciation to thoughtful friend !

held with Mrs T. C. Chastain in Mrs. Pauline Torode, and Mrs done. I rievotion. Mrs. Scholl recognizedall I I Saunders of Penney Farms a I for their many kindnesses. word I

Hampton I Pansy Quigley and Mrs. Lee Dun I I The Highland party was held at i the new members of the club I i! daughter, Joan :Marie, Dec. 15. I of sympathy beautiful flowers I [
1 who have in the 'ear'' ( M
I nevant of Green Cove Springs the Highland Plant in the administration and members joined of the Junior past Wo- Mr and Mrs. James E. Grooverof and other expressions of s'mpai| I .,; '
Brownlee Circle Enjoying the party with the building conference Staike, a daughter Kim Dec ]i thy during our recent beieave j
mans Club in whose honor the
members were Mrs. MacCondichU room between the hours of 3 and I tea that afternoon was given. 16. | ment. Mrs. F. M. Gi if fin and > (NR !

The Brownlee Circle of the First and Mrs. L. W. Hieatt. 6 p.m. Approximately 210 people As the Junior Club members arrived Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Willis Grif- j family.TURKEYSHOOT. IHMAS
Baptist Church met Monday night is of Dec. j j1C'
i were present and 110 children at the meeting they were Penney Farms a son I I
Dec 17 at the home of the leader raw Santa Claus and were givena i
!50th AnniversaryMr. given Christmas' shoulder cor i I
Mrs Randal Chitty. Mrs. l'ate toy, a filled stocking. and a sages. I,. Mr. and 1D:: 's. Edgar Wilkinsonof ,' 'j

Sheppard was in charge of the I and Mrs. James Henry candy cane. Refreshments con- Lawtey, a daughter, Dec. 19. ;'
The secretary lead a note of Charley E. Johns & Son Agency
program using the Christmas!: sisted of ice cream Coke and assorted AT LYMAX GREEN'S: ,
Lawson of Moultrie Ga. celebrated thanks from the I
the theme. The superintendent
story as members -I
cookies served to
were Mr. Mrs. Calvin Richard TAVERN:
their 50th wedding anni- ani! GENlR.1l1NSFlL: : \
decided to send a Christmas ; of the Florida Correctional In- N'l-ii i
everyone. Joe Gray was Santa. I of Arcadia the birth of '
gift to a tuberculosis patient, also \ersary on Sunday Dec. 16, at I stitution at Lowell for the books announce ( On Lake Butler Road
Jim Hetherington led the singing I a daughter Toye Clarie, Dec. 13. Starke Florida
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their |
home.
have three
to a child! at the Baptist homein They sons: I Ralph Bryan furnished the recorder and magazines that had been donated in Alachua General Hospital. Mrs 1 :00 I'. M. Sat., Dec. 22
Lakeland Edward of Starke; Milton, of from club members. The
for Christmas music, and Clint Richard is the former Helen Ad- !
San luego, Calif.; and Sidney, of rresident announced that another
Denny showed Christmas movies kin: of .
FINE LEVEL Cirritril Sufford England; two daughters. Everett Fox of the shipment of reading matter is ;; Hampton.Mr. F: A > O X Si
Mrs. W. C. Musgrove, Newton president going to' the institution in the 1 I I GIVE PARRAKEETSFor
The Tri-State Fellowship will Ga, and Mrs. J. F. Norman Highland Social Club coordinated next few days. I I and Mrs. C. .\. McGriff of j J i ( K K E: T I X (i S r
be held Deo. 2G, 27 and 23 at the Moultiie Ga.; and 13 grandchild-: I activities aided by other mem- Starke announce the birth of a I:,
bers of the committee which include At the conclusion of the pro-
Pine Level Church. en. I daughter, Frances Cheryl, on Dec I
gram and business mE'elingIrs:: .
Buck
Mans
,! Humphiies in Alachua General i
Hospital.
Norman Bill Cannon and the J.Y.. Kincaid social chairman, i,12 I A Happier, More

Work, Worry Getting! You Down? many "helpers" who did a splendid invited the members* and guests I _

job of organizing and presenting into the sunroom where there Charles Hitchmgs, Mrs. J. R. II Cheerful Christmas

Many folk, 01'1'10 feel tired, rundown and depressed jnost the party. was a beautifully appointed ter Kite Mrs. George Kopelousos I FROM
of the time not seriously! ill but disheartened and disounrg table. Overlaid with an imported Mrs. W. E. Middieton: :Mrs: I
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them are finding the .strain of modern life and workexhausting Mrs. Davis Holds I i with an artistic Christmas I Mrs. G. J. McGnff Sr., and! MisS DRESS: --Hoi- Our birds make wonderful Rifts. They are easily (trained

; their energy strength and \itality at low' <-bb.Chiropractic Party For PupilsMrs. I:arrangement flanked by two- L. Peek Sr. i I and full of love and affection. Hundreds to choose
scientists, after of hate
many ;jear. research. branched silver candelabra holding from. In full plumage and all color Raised and acclimated -
found that fatigue, and susceptibility to disease are caused bypimhed ,
111'1'or distortions in the "I.int' Chiropractic adjustments :: E. M. Davis enter taine burning pink tapers. At to our Florida climate.

remote the cause of lou \italitj. aimost from the \ery her piano pupils at their annua' either end of the table were two I. I
first. Fatigue is a forerunner or migrant headache, constip.r- Christmas party Tuesday afternoon beautiful silver coffee services at WISIIII 'YOU A REAL OLD-FASHIONED Large Selection of Tropical Fish

lion, heart trouble, cancer and many other ailments. Men and at her home on W. Brownlee which Mrs. C. L. Scholl and Mrs.'
women who feel weak, shaky, nervous and exhausted should attractive W. E Middleton presided. SilverIrays I
used
hostess
consult a Chiropnn-tor at once and seefor thcmscl\i just how Street. The held dainty sandwiches, I Billy Rose Parrakeet Farm
effectfte this modern health silence really i... Christmas arrangementfor RR2? @m
served'' cookies and nuts.
her decorations and I t11 LJ t1U LJ
H. G. BOLLINGER, CHIROPRACTAOR I ke cream mowballs and cookies Hostesses for the tea were Mrs i I Highway 21 Keystone Heights Fla.CHRISTMAS .

During the party hours each Gail 1 Mathews:: chairman, JIis. A"dkins. ,
3 BLOCKS NORTH OF POST OFFICE
IN STARKE 1t I
pupil played a piano number. Z .\ Mrs R. R Andrews, !

I Enjoying the affair were 2-r Mrs O L Beaslev.. Mis O LIlavnes I '
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really had it the past denies it WATCHES

two weekends Santa Claus Inez Green was delightfully I,

at ChristmasMay brought in the crowds weekend surprised at a family birthday I 2 Diamonds

before last and Elvis I'reslt'ybrought dinner party given in her honor ,

them all back last weekend Tuesday evening of last week atj I only $rn.so NogS10S0$

Ira Harris tells me he the Charles and Juanita Dinkins I I

had a complete sellout the three home J. D. and Mildred Doyle i,

the hallowed peace of Christmasand days Elvis appeared at his theatre celebrated their 27th wedding an- '!
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with (and you won't believe this) nnersary on Tuesday the Greetingsi:

the adults outnumbering the employees of the Blanding districtof |
the blessings of the season I teenagers three to one Elvis! Florida Power & Light Co.w.9 j I Many Other Bargains In V
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died in the end of the picture have their Christmas party I I IL

so now maybe we'll hear some at the Garden Restaurant tonight May Christmas joys NEW AND USED WATCHES
be with
you always. Christmas music for a change Friday I : ( the Garden employees ;j ,i i

, Sorry to hear that Lee Darby WIhne\ their Christmas and memories :I
live
I burned her left hand pretty badly patty aster closing Saturday I on Love Bright and Beauty Bright 4j.

while testing Christmas tree r.ight also that evening, rl!I SI
during the
lights last Saturday evening .j I !Shepherd's TV employees and ) coming
W. T. THIGPEN JR. DIAMONDS
leave it to the young sprouts to their family will! have a patty. *j.

General; Contracting pull a boo-boo at the crucial I i at the shop i I year and keep you in

point little Buddy :Morgan, Mr and Mrs. J. R. Bailirgton

who was to get up and say his and d. ughter, Janelle, entertainedtheir constant company ;I, I WILLIAMS JEWELRY !
part at the Kindergarten: Christ- tmjlcyees at a Christmas 1

nas pageant last Friday evening, dinner party at Joe Noegel's with happiness.
i Ii IiI' STARKK FLA. MACCLEXXY, FL.l .\.
arose and said, "I know my part restaurant Tuesday evening of
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RENT A MOVIEOR so well there is no use in sayingit. last week enjoying the affair I I I I I,l

." and promptly sat down with the Eulhngtons were Tony

I so the play had to go on without ,'and Mae Gonzalez. Owen and I FLORIDA REALTY OF STARKE I

anybody in the audience ever Shirley Alvarez, and Patricia Al- We extend to you ourCotdatUot1daqQtht

finding out what Buddy had varez The bank employees t

Kuined and their husbands and wives Guy; .Andrews \\ B. Sew ell, .\. J. Thomas
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Home for the holidays are I were entertained at a Christmas i

STEREO CAMERA I'Jackie Colley Linda Johns and party at the Garden Restaurant i

Ajrnes Lawson from FSU 'Monday evening when gifts were \

,Tabs Lance and Barbara Colley exchanged and the employees

;trout Charity Hospital, New ivere. given a bonus of a month's !

Outfit For Taking Your Own PicturesIn I(leans Dennis Mathews :salary and Jerry and Muriel
I with good wish
R.iStefanelli, and Glen Reddish I II Gay gave a Christmas party ,, every

Full Color This Christmas. I from Murray State College, Ky. Thursday night at their home or I

: Cadet Sgt. Jack Miller from East Call for 16 friends and rela- I II for your complete happiness in the: dj1: Ito tome.

: Marion; Military Institute Ala.; tives this Saturday night
I Idell Landrum for a month from Louise Stern will entertain hei I

Keep Outfit Until .00 I Durham. N. C.: Sandra Jones music pupils at a holiday partyin I .
$ .>-;
nom Bienau College, Gainesville, : her home at 7:30; .
After New Year Ga ; Lamar Shaw, Billy Harrington Add local boys who make good !I ,a:

Jimmy Hazen Robert Kelly John Inman who has just beer II I II
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:|ind But k Gill from South Georgia appointed new car sales manager I I

For Only j jOillege. Douglas Ga.; and Sea- for Duval Motor Co. in Jacksonville I ;i I

iii:.n heed Lewis of Norfolk. Va. Congratulations! : t It
|it home on H day leave from Kenneth Elder a freshman at I c)3 c

the Navy j Wofford College Spartanburg, S (
Note that Joanne Slade is help-| C., has rt'Centlpledged Dell

in? out at Leila's this week i Sigma Phi social fraternity .
Also Flash Cameras For Rent hear that :Mrs.: Robert N. Rogers Hear that Sue Biggs arrive

has received her citizenship after I! Wednesday from Ventura Califto t

being In this country for over spend the holidays with thr i

Season's GreetingsTO Lour years she hails from Owen Griffin family in St. Augus-

I C Germany. also hear that Lloyd'', tine I i

ALL I|anti Boa Farber son Gregg and !i' Kidd, ;es. don't forget the big
mother Mrs. Shelp. have moved
I Toy Matinee at 10 o'clock today.
tiom, 433 So Adams St. to the !
Camp Blanding reservation !! Friday in the Florida Theatre

and Frank and Shirley Landrum I sponsored by the Elks Club .

BullingtonSTUDIO of Keystone Heights have moved \) Bring a discarded toy for a neexh

to the Vampfy house at 733; N.I'I'I : family, if you have one! but it LONG BRIDGE

I Thompon St. |i I! isn't necessary Tiherell be CANOVA PHARMACY
I 'I What popular Koch drug store I cartoons and a bag t>f goodie PACKAGE STORE

AND GIFT SHOP employee will be hearing tved-II for all And grownups, don't

\d.I1" bells; instead of Christmas I I forget the Garden Club's holiday Starke. Florida On Highway 100
list I \V CALL ST. PHONE 263; j bells between now and New; House tour tonight -,

STARKE FLA \Years ". ? We had (i hot tip I I A big Merry Christmas to all 11 Miles From Starke Enroute To Lake Hutlt'rBrtADFORD

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.- I C. J. Copper of Chiefland i !' IAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI I Reed Lewis left Wediesd-\! i "

I II II spending a few days this weel- | I !..-\\etk for Chicago, 11!' '.- .;. uit

with his son and family, Mj a".Mis !< Home DemonstrationNotes J: ".':!! be employed ny ".:. (i"i ;.i.; '

Clarence Cooper. j (.'mis': tin 'ion Co. M.N 1.i 1.\' Turkey Shoot

I 0I Mr. and Mrs. Charles l.a\\:1 7 ( I; !i pan hot: in February

of Lakeland were visiting his pas: byDOROTHY I' ..'.. ',
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I ents Mr. and :Mrs.: H. A. Lawson ) ) ROSS j'. llr.iilt.iril In lr<.ltite.jt.i ('on.n I.,. Florida. :MUTII OFI I.K.MOK)( t ULLK;
Monday while emotite to Fail
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mont N. C. for the holidays. / Home Demonstration Agent T lFor 2 !S 1 M flirt 'lot in:micntsi ?: > BRIDE( : ON IIK.IW; .\Y inn

Mr and fits J. G. i i ..illr-..n, h:1II) ,1..:is; r deiii ,,
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. a D.ffenbaujiand .,ndura.i ,t tin .--:a!'' ..f Mary ,
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that touch to mixture until :
Mrs Huldah bright lout it is luke warm ri DECEMBER'
,' Morgan of Ja k'sonnUe. I \ Stansbury) d.eeased. ara hrr..h 22ND
I : Oluei H. A.-pun\ill Ji ..r \l It u.d.hs: tt E Lawson: anxons and Mrs. Joseph David h'ihilameals' try1r.... Gar1athews' until the pot feels cool to touch nutifii-il and required to f::'o the.r:
were in Moultue, Ga. last ,j I :\[ Cranbenv Salad. It i ic (Set pot in vessel of cold water laims in the office of the! (',.unty l I
:Ft. Bragg X C. arrived IVedinesday of Baldwin will be Christmas day Judge ('t Bradford Count. Florida
to pend the holidays with hit weekend to attend the 50th wed .1 I guests of Sen. and Mrs. C. E ': delicious and nutritious.Cranlnrry :l to hasten the cooling process.) 'm the County Ci>urthi>use .S'arKe, Starting
ding anniversary of Mr. Lawson': : Then pdd vanilla beat until "Florida within eight aendar!
SaladGrind and
mother. :Mrs.: Margaret Davis anr .i i Johns. : I months fritin the date ..f the first
I parents. I almost ready to set. Add nuf plliolkal i..n of this ii"t'.r the 2 O'CLOCK P. M.
sale
l-hi-trie: Blankets all
grandfather. T. S. William on j jStump's. together one pound package ... .. .
sale on I-adies Coats at :Stump's.Mr. : I meats and continue to beat until saute \\ill 1> .me v ul a. 'Fil'ip to
Friend of Mrs. E. A. Hall wli !I of cranberries, 6 large apples law. Thi' _:Ih day "f :\ ." -i.l-r,
and Mrs. Horace Clark anedaughters i I ready to pour. Turn out onto a t:.;; .
regret to learn of the death of :Mr.: and Mis. Fred Hoppen.J Ji cored but not peeled and 3 peeled Maurice Edward Jr.HUNDREDS .
Mrs. Louise Wilson buttered pan and cut into squares | o n PTXVI'l'l'Yi : :
arid
her mother at her home in Chicago i stedit of St. Petersburg are t tI oranges. Grind together in 8 i .\ >i n: fat,.,. t the
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of Horseheads, X. Y. werr I You can be r Ire of good result j .
Ill. Thursday morning. j spending the Christmas holiday?fooj hopper and add to this 2 I 'Iltl'.f Marc .\. ':- abury. ,,--
Sunday evening visitors of Mrs I if you use a candy thermometer. ', d I II
ling Trees *t NistrunWs.Mr. Marian Howe. with Mr. and Mrs E. A. inkier j I cups sugar. Dissolve 2 package Family Christmas Party I First [1".10.., at''.ul\\: t. .- -n."

and Mrs W. It. Cotton of '! Also spending the holidays with | of raspberry Jeljlo with one cur I 1'6.
Mrs Proctor Snow of'i I Saturday the Heilbronn
:Mr and night
Hastings will! be Christmas eve their parents are :'IUssesIerry:: hot water and then one-half cup I \o'1'Iu1:70. 'I'I'.' Ie
Ga. spent the weekendwith Home Demonstration Club had its .
guests and Mrs Oina L. Cottorand Dublin 1 Winkler of Jacksnn, Miss, an<' 'I cool water. Add fruit mixture tc Circuit Court Bradford CoaatrPlorldai
:Mr: and Mrs. L. D. Vining i annual family Christmas party at In 4 hanrrrT.H"I.U .
Mrs. M.iibifl Helms <>t Greer I I Martha Ann Winkler of AshevilleN. the Jello Add pecan meats if yoi .. I:. "J.tln,1I Jln..i,' l !1'.101" ; .
Mis Irene Roberts of Palatkris C. desire. Put in refrigerator tc the home of :Mr.: and Mrs. Felix is .\. 1.. 111''.I. I I'. ., .,d.u* '
( CoxiSprint will | i
beet'ktn"1 .l pending the Christmas holiday; i Sapp. This is always a nice af- <'.!', \ !" ." I
guests ot Mnd "[ 1 Mr. and :Mrs.: Eston Jordan and I I! congeal. When ready to serve Notice? To Appear.

.n with her daughter.s. Herbert children will leave Sunday for a cut in squares and serve on lettuce : fair with everyone enjoying the To' .\ililn. Lea lir I t."I1.t '. ,' "i' of details are managed and economically -
Thomas and family.roinscttias delightful atmosphere of familj din-. IN H.in'IIII.M. Cnhth, I","' I 1.1.tI,1 1
in at :-li.tr ,- week's visit with his parents. :Mr: leaves. This makes 15-20( and friends ith.,.. ."hlt ", j, I:'. 1 11 i I"I attended that only a trained and
FI jMits anj Mrs. \\'. T. Jordan in Shi eve- servings: I Imi.Ni 1ih! t ',11 ..1:11:1]: careful] organization attend when
11111..'.. Games were played and the I You are hereby notified that ai I can
I! Mis. J. F. Rogers of Jacksonville port. La. :senior Girl.III Club prizes. Depict tuft for divorcelies the urgent D-d for serving is at
To Wish i Mr. and Mrs Billy Embank Jr At the Staike Senior Girls' 4-1' refreshments 1 been filed again you In tbe'
1I ) is spending the Christma- I ous were served b?. : sbove named Court and cause and'' hand.
I 1[| holidays with her son-in-law anc1 j'I and family of Fernandina Beach Club meeting recently. Patricia the hostess. ', you are required to !ler.a copy oil Ii |
are spending:: the weekend with Pellum demonstrated the makingof i(i your answer or pleading to the 'om-I
You A and :Mrs.: :Merritt: plaint the r'aintlff'B
daughter, Mr. Mr and :Mrs.: :M.: W. Lance. Those attending were :\[1'an(' i, on. Attorney I
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Williams.Mrs. l Mrs Lucile Davis is spendinf and creamy that the girl Mrs. Reese Scott and children |I I 111;-. .1.1 i k-i n\ .1, .'. h''..i ..1.i : DeWITT C. JONES
:: Marian Howe and son Mr. and Mrs Tullie Xorman and and file the original in the office of1 I
MerryChristmas Christmas and New Year's Day'I are sure would like to mak ;1 ithe Clerk of '
you the Circuit Court on or Phone ? Starke Fla.
Eugene, and her parents. Mr. am] with her son-in-law aid daughter it during the holidays. Anyone Gerald. Mrs J. B White anc1 I. ti.li tilt! -1 1 .1 I..X ..f .Lu I 'I,1H 1 1"i ," i j ; ,
Mrs Harry Spencer, will spem'Chiistmas I LynnIt.s.:: E L. Cox and Linda otherwise the allegations:; of said ,
with Mr. and :Mrs: Ray Mr and Mrs L. F. Smith Jr. ii would be pleased to find his omPlaint will be taken as confessed Funeral) Director Ambulance. ServiceOur I
Eldon < Edithand "
Mrs.
DeFuniak Springs. Sapp.j ;es by you.
stocking filled with it on Christ I
moml Howe Jr. in St. Augustine. :Mrs: W. G. Haile will leave today mas morning. I Rosa Moore, Mr. and Mrs I This notice phall 03 publishedonce local funeral home e: &ble. lu to offer convenience and |

From ThePersonnel I to spend the holidays with ( hocolate) Fudge 1 Felix Sapp hosts and :Miss: Doro "each i.K- week in xh<-.for i.nil.'Hi four con c. nun.telegraph. ..cu.t.vt services not otherwise available.

her sons and their families. :Mr: r thy Ross. .'. I .. .. I
Six to 8 tablespoons cocoa, li.iin! ll. I"h .In I f 1 I'. iii.1 icol''FICIAL .
For Christmas GiveWADSWORTH : and Mrs Jack Haile, and Mr. an.' Treat I'oinsetti.i Blooms l'-.i.:
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of The Mrs Woodfin Haile in Miami.lair cups sugar, pinch of salt 3 I Cut poinsettias to grace yoU SEAL) Charles A. herb) I ,Ve furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and I

I I I on Iieputy Court Clerk accept ANY life Insurance policy In force. !Issued by JLNT

cup chopped nut meats one live longer with special treatmentif I. .1:I Hili 1 company as payment In part or In full on a funeral.
tablespoon vinegar Unee-fourths I
F FLORIDATHEATRE Mr ani Mrs. D. M. Heath o' you are fortunate enough tr NOIK'K TO APPKiRIn Consultation carries no obligation.
undiluted canned milk ?
Fort Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs clip have any left after the recent I in-uil .'tlur'. liradfurd Conntf.llori.lnt -
tablespoons: butter" one teaspoon IB Chnncery.
So BIG .N Dewey Warren and sons of States I Ibom. vanilla.Thoroughly. frosts. I Mm K lUircitt. ri.iuitifl \ \\ l-I

Ga are spending the Christmas After cutting the blooms im- ll.llll, i I..gg.tt. l'< f''llll.lllla .
mix and co- <' N; 1" 1.Natter 1-- I
I Gift. a holidays with Mr. and MrsJ. sugar mediately submerge the stem end. : To. Appear I
a ofSoSMALl S. Sapp and family.Mr. eoa in a sauce pan. Add salt and places where leaves were removed T.. \\ .llll.llll It.iHC' It. "I h.". .1 I 8 PIECE
and Mrs. J.V.. Timmerman Karo and vinegar. Slowly adc Id.n.! ianO acltlit J'. 1 I'nkir u.
into boiling water and le You are hereby notified that aSnr '
Fill. & SAT.. DEC. 21.22 and Fled Vining of Stock the milk. mixing it with dry in- stay a few minutes. The heat I f..r, MU..I. "-1.1"t." .. .
'' cud snppnt| | i.I lllllli.l I Ii ;'ill' l" I
Place
DIG DOUBLE FEATURE 'I ton Ga. will be holiday weekend gredients. Add butter. causes the white milky sap to jell I has been filed against you in the
i a Price! guests of :Mr: and Mrs. L. D. Vin over low flame and stir with eventing loss of moii'o ure. This. hove named Court and cause and LIVING ROOM
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I wooden until mixture begins )ou are required to serve a copy of
i, ing.CoL spoon process will give you colorful I your answer or pleading to the :,
and :Mis.: J. A. Griffin wiP to boil. After that do not blooms days longer. mplamt on the flaintUt s.Attorn' I
It'* got the awarpnttedUNBREAKABLE I C: K I'll I i. ) men Slllki t'b." 01.1
leave Saturday to spend Christmas .&tr.! Wash spoon to remove al'fcrains Our Challenge: jand file the original in the unite I GROUP

with relatives in Lakeland. of sug-a'r. Wrap a strip of "One of our wealthiest citizens rof! the Clerk of the Circuit Court on ,

DURAPOWER MAINSPRING PersonalYour! Gifts Quid.Swire "?loth around the tints of the foik does not even confine giving tr for' 21 before Nt d.n the nf Janiian. 1:" ,'

Imprinting on ISiI'lrs,-, dip in water and run around the anything material. Says John D otherwise the allegations uf nail 'I
Complaint will be taken confessed
as -
As lours Billfolds, stationary and Christ- I sides of top of pot '.o remove I Rockefeller Jr., "Giving is the, by you.

$J9 Ss mrs ('ard.. at Bul1in ton'.. I grains of sugar. This insure' | This notice shall be published I
each week for four consecutive ,
lonce
1 Mrs A t'. Sauls is spending lh< against: "sugaring. I necessarily l., |I'neeks In the DHADFORD COUNTY''I'

w holidrn weekend with her son-in I When the boiling mixture give: has of 'rKLEdKAIUI.
man encouragement ant |i.it-d HUN l :th "|.n ,,1, I 11. I '1.1' I
s law and daughter. :Mr.: and Mrs the soft ball test when dropped, r.-mpathv and understanding." II 1'.-,., : ,

1 1 F.. P. Renner in Gainesville. I j into water remove from heat. Set I :MERRY: CHRISTMAS TO YOtt OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A. Court Darby ,I| < e

Mrs R S. Mullms:: and son 1 pot aside to cool. Do not beat t AND YOURS! I Ii By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk '
I Robin I- -1 .' i ii I : : '
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11995 are spending) the first n I
John Cook has returned Miss Patty Hairod of Jacksonville i
''j the week with their parents Mr :Mrs.: -i 1\unn-ruA..F.\ I fir" rk ,.I "
True tiMuty Dependable ,
EllEN. y
home New York after was the overnight last IQ filrrult Court, nradford
movement tor and Mrs L. T. Izler and Mr. anc'Mis to her in guest County I -
hmekeepiet accuncy.CORINNE several weeks with her 'Thursday. Mr. and Mrs Xed I i'lfirltln: In I hnnrery !
G W spending ,
Mullins ,
IMe in Ocala. Dr 11'1" III' lIall" II. riaintilt, i I: "
Mullins will 'on-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Yancey. j I'' J Manx n, l""lIdal'l. I
join his family I .
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C.i' N I"
M'u3 s>s I, ,eI Christmas day. Mrs. .Hugh B. Ingram.Mr. j l III' and Mrs T. G. Bitch and Ii|1\.1.-r" To A PPt"IrI' i "

I, T+ Mr and Mrs. C. W. Walters Sr 1 :: and Mrs. Ovid Bennett an !children Mr and Mr Jimmy. I,lit-To III... ElI..r.1.i IN I'lillllJ H.niN Uldtli n.. \il:\J.-, u. 'u t.idland ,.,I.I

of Dublin. Ga. will be holida' I son. Randy were dinner guest 'Ijlooie end family and Mr an !' w hose addr..u I IN' I: l. 1 I'

!, 62995 j, guests of ::\I/'. and Mrs. S. L. Peek j II Wednesday evening of :Mr.: ant' I Mis. H. C. Brown will be Sunday. I loan.You I are lidtc hereby. ..;, 1y.notified"1kt that a Sofa Bed

ticitinttbniiMul Jr I Mrs.:: Cecil Sew ell in Jacksonville iamner t ONLYPlatform
guests of Mrs. R R. Thedein 't. t for door > > i-t"cU end ''i-
slihnj 17 le.el ,,
PLUS ma,ement toe curacy: I Salt on Lmlies !Suits at fnmJl' '''. I :Mr.: and :Mrs.: Charles Patrick ( Jacksonville. Also present will.I u "t'11111I"1 Inicli. ,i,

I ..-- st > :Mr: and Mrs. w. H. tollman' and sin, Greg, of Sneads D. R ;Abe Mr.f Thede's son and dangh- has above been named filed Court apair.oi and you cause In and the Rocker

I J. -. \ ',. ..::: .... .".'.1yI ''" | will join their family at a house I Shaeffer of Winter Park and S 'h'rinIaw11'. and Mrs GeoigeIMooie YOu are required to serve a copy of 95
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TER EI I .I;'-,.' ..-\# party Monday. and Tuesday a' 11. Shaeffer of Goodland will bf and family of Germany. on the Plaintiffs Attorney

OM p SPA l k the home of Mr. and :Mrs.: C. II holiday weekend guests of :Mrs: :Mr.: and Mis. Benedict inzer and T file Ft,ink the, i 1.original.duh, urn.In Slai the. k. .office I Fl'>Ida of 2 Table Lamps g '
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'.. ,ki -\-t'. ... .... k s33Lsj j I jDawkins Jacksonville.. Join Steve Weldon and family. Als- Jr. and son, Chris, left Thursday r the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
m I before
j i ; ;' CAAMELEudml 111e.eI ing the family will be :Mr: anI arriving home on Sunday for : [for St. Matthews. Ky. t.o'Isil t or 21M day the of .'.muary. r<">; S
';: i Mich mm lordytrpanuraDrxeteL I, Mrs W. B. Boyd and son, Billy ten day leave will be G 1-3 Jimnr: 'their patents until Jan. 2. ,otherwise the allegations of said 1 Coffee Table

'ef I h yen "d.fed.TotWADSWORTH..Ploduct of St. Petersburg.Mr. Weldon of Norfolk Va. YOr'I.L LOVE the new E.terbrook : \.Ielhy it'onipUint you.will be taken as confess.

; and :Mrs.: Rkhard flay: an- Sale on lilies Suit ai Shim{'',. prtise-size fountain pens i ir.1 j This notice shall be published
of i once cacti week for four consecutive 2 End Tables A Christmas
sons of Jacksonville spent; the I Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Jane J I pastel ..hall'.,. Onh $3.09 at Bradford >.. i I; weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph .

I ELGIN National Watch Co. first of the week with \Ir. anc1 Phillips, and :Mrs.: Lloyd Green i I' County Telegraph.Mr. .
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Mrs. ;T, s. Sapp. I.nd son Archie were business and Mrs. Garland Parnellof \]I 1-:t S TV Chair Special

| Last Minute II Blooming! Christmas Begonias visitors in Gainesville last Satur- Savannah Ga. will be Christmas '! urFICIALSEAL) Charles A. Darby
jai I Clerk of the Circuit Court j:,
S'istrunk's. / holiday guests of Mr and t
I day. 'By Varlan L. Crosby Iieputy., Clerk I
<< I W F Lamorte of New York n I :M-Sgt.: and Mrs. Ed :Malone: o Mrs. K. G. Duncan. i- .r it i"
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I GIFT spent the latter part of last Va. overnigh .' '
: week Hampton, were :Mrs: Joe Cumber returned home '
with Mr andtr.. I t i _. ---c _-- r.-: ._._ _._. H __ -' : :__ .. : -==
Junius and Mrs
Mr.
Smith. guests Wednesday of
"Hear And The Uean" Car.l I' Mr and Mrs :Monday after five months in
R. J. Andrews CurtIs Malone.Mr. .
Cleveland Ohio where she
wa
1(>on. Chapter No. (Ii J "Kin. J Suggestions t and children of Wesconnet were and Mrs. G. H. Reece wil confined with illness

Carnival" J i Sunday quests of :Mr: and :Mrs: leave Saturday to spend the holi I 1
''R. O i I 1'ersonali/e Your Dansbv They all spent days with their son-in-law.'

I ft Ladies' Birthstone I!( i Sunday afternoon in :Melrose: daughter, :Mr: anl11'::" J. K Imprinting on B.'Mrs,
SUN'.. & :MN.( DEC. 2:5-21: | I Milton lull : Billfold Stationary and ('liri'.teta. .
: I Rings \) Mrs. J.1.:: Lott Burnette, in Charleston, S. C.
PARAMOUNT PRESENTS' and :Mrs: Bessie Coffee of Jacksonville Mrs. A. B. Baker of Jacksonville Cards at Bullington's. t

SPENCER TRACY t : $$0.95 p (6') :Mr: were weekend guests of was the overnight guest Paul Knight of New York tit, \ 1

l and Mrs. J. P. Dill. I i I'Tuesday (if Mr and Mis Mernl'Stiuth aimed in Staike Wednesday to

I ROBERT WAGNER. i ; 9 Jim's Birthstone b :Mr: and Mrs F. F Stump and sl| end the holidays with his moth

I Daughter. Lillian will have as Sale on I.ldies Dresses at er. Mir, D E Knight end! brother e
1
ISTNISlQ \\ Rings !! Christmas week guests. Mr and llluugi i j ,. Hollis V. Knight and fannlv

\\ I I \} :Mrs: W. I{. Thomson Jr. and

1 1/2 $7-50 fiinulv Monticello.. and :Mr: and

KiJ Mis John Griffin of Ochlockneo I FOR DECEMBER ONLY

Costume I'I Ga The Stumps will also havi LET USINSTALL

a<-, Christmas Day I
Jewelry Sets g guest an aunt : a
:\It s. :M: K. Bower of Chat irs t

$ .50 Town W. Va.
? upCrosses I
b A
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*f Salion Indies Coats at Stump :
I Mr and Mrs. M F. ChitU II f 1956DEMONSTRATORS
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PLUS ,; b, Iikland.. Ga were weekend .

"Sock A Il\e Kitt ." Cartoon fc.iestof their son and d.mgh'u! SUPER

t n $3.50 up b m\-l.i'.\'. Mr:: and :Mrs.: Ranl:111 rf

.: \ Chit ty. & GOOD USEDTV's
I1 Mr and Mr Ray CUik -m1j SILENCING
TL'KS. & Win Tie & Cuff Link \
.. 1)E( 2-2: (; b -
j I I f'nllof!. Belvedere S. C are |

Sets [ spending this week with Mr mil
;1n. (\ I!|
mm;:; t I Mrs I. F. Clark Misses June

+ f IS ""' : LI 52.75 up \)*h I'lark and Marguerite Clark oft 1 INTERNATIONAL MUFFLER

; ,.q '.. t ;( Miami are also spending the ho'a

: \ day with their parents, the I. E. .
0/1 j Zippo Lighters f Clal ks. ;
"... ........ .. On Your Automobile TODAY !
a $3.50 n Heand Mrs. George Wisner

: |K VlSTAVlSlON and TECHN'COLOM : .and, family of Bridgman. Mich

i BING CROSBY ; 'I! :ate quests of Dr and Mrs. H "The :Muffler With An Unconditional Guarantee";

Q Shacffcr'.s \)t I G. Bollmger until around the
.K ,'
: GRACE KELLY ;
: g Pen Sets b first of next year. The Wisners Guaranteed For The Life Of
SINATRA
FRANK
| are I recent graduates of the Tern-1

I "]IIGII SOCIETY I $6.75 pI |[ pie Missionary school in Chatta- I I Greatly Reduced

LOUIS ARMSTRONG MO HIS AMD ; {\ nEar nooga. Tenn. and are awaiting Your Car

...... ... . .... Missionary assignments in Brazil. I,

< Rings b Mrs T. J. Griffin and11 s, ,

"1)affy's Dutk"1'Ll'S Cartoon tf' 69'li f}\ a Came Christmas Bitch dinner are entertaining party Saturday -i FOR ALL :MAKES AND MODELS OF CARS I Channel 4 Antenna Installed FREE With Purchase Of


evening at the Garden Restaurant

THl'ItS.: & Fill. BEe :272SEM : )>> \ 's and dirl'Indentificntion; jr Those present with the- I CHEVROLET ('37-53) Only 8.25 Any Used TV

hotesses will be: Mr and Mrs j jX I

crMr7. n T. Ritch and family of Mi.m.i. : FORD 49.53 Only 8.90 .
S Bracelets (}
.- {- Is. \> ho will be here just for the I Ii

toaDOH \ I Q SO.95 t i C.:.iv. Dr. and Mrs C. C. Mendo7.i! i t,
bRAE \ I up "
aa"\\ : { Jia t!1 I'lughte': Miss Glona John. ando I j FREE INSTALLATIONDon't

DUlY '" 1 u I t,; :, Cl.ff. and Miss Marc Monme

"i .1:1: < h-" !1\"llie.! and Dr and Mrs C
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1 T C flit. hand
GEM JEWELRYI I children and Forget:: This :Muffler Is Guaranteed; To i.a't
IDQ6adIEs Miss Annie Darby of Staikc

SII.on ii: .itric Blankets athullll' As Long As Your Car I

(Ot01 b I ''The Hou e of Fine *> ...
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awnPLUS Diamond Cpl and :Mrs: Jimmy Rowe A.I1! i

arrive home this weekend from, I DODD'S SUNOCO 1 SERVICE RADIO: TELEX WON :>E \T ( '()\ ERS 1

109 E. CALL ST. Coumbus.; Ga. for a ten-day leave
STARKE 1s 1
Deduce You Sa> Cartoon !with their parents, Mr lird Mrs FLORIDA 1I

STARKE, FLA. Hogan Smith and Mr and Mrs 426 Temple A> e -- Ph. 314 Starke Fla. I
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Mr. and Mrs. C J. Phillips were Christmas< sh p- Sunday with Mr and Mi=-. Rr ...*.YTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYTLONG "rAND am printing mv Tel'pe for Bakej j tredients POP. bailing' '.-
........................ i William Benson of Jacksonville I ing the weekend '
| were Sundayguests of the Clyde I W. DeHaven of Green Cove Mr ping in Gainesville on 1'ut'stlay. JIr. mond CreWs in Starke. BRIDGE VFlint: Cake. Try this. It is': ,,: (>vcr raisinand: i uirants e'o "

Hiatts. and Mrs. George McCall of Palat- } and Mi.s Jeff Pre\att and Mi,. Estelle: Wise of Jacksonville !:""'1. |t. co\er. Let them stat; ;:

LAWTEYHy \ Friends of Mr. and Mrs. H. B I ka, and Mrs R. II. Outlaw and ,' family, Mrs Node Taylor, and, spent the weekend NEW RIVERMrs. Half pound marshmaiiows;; one water until plump (about 30, il\.t

that daughters of Jacksonville\ Juanita Fanning were shopping with the Allan Halt Family and a half ]bs. Graham crackers llix:; spices in cracker ir..
Anvood will regret to learn
Mrs. Joyce T. I' MiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA their son, Angus, lost! his wife Mrs Eve Godwin of Starke was in Jacksonville on Saturday. j George Roberts Jr. of Gaines- : r.. A. Sapp iII I half pint whipping ream; quart-: 1 then add the .

recently.' I the Sunday: dinner guest of her! Jim Waters spent the weekendin ville brought. his sin. Ricky on1 LA LLLAAAAAAALAAAAAAAA. cr cup grape juice or orange I t r iis., nutfi..> i

1 'I mother. Mrs. Mary Reddish. Mrs Maxville with .. grandparents.I Friday to spend the weekend with \1 juice:, half teaspoon each of cinnamon !Drain water :' :1. -.i!

Mr. Marv Locke and Mr. and' Mrs. Selma Eunice, Mrs. Mary I Reddish, Joyce, and Ralph Futch ;,I :air: and Mis. Buford Ilicgmbot-i his grandparents Mr. and Mrs MiMaignet; H.,n.r of Ri.h- nutmeg cloves, and allspice rant div *!h, ;:

Mrs. Warren Bishop visited :Mrs. .. Locke, Mrs. J. C. Eunice, and rimed Mrs. Bob Ilaislop in 1 ham. I G. W. Roberts Mrs. George Roberts mond. Vi and Mix: Donna Dekleof : one cup chopped dates: towel! add t.> '. -. \'. .

Mattie Dow ell at Rocking Chai. Mrs. Brad Norton and daughter Starke Sunday afternoon. i| :Mr. and Mrs. Red Tesh of Jacksonville came for Ricky on Sunday Jacksonville were weekend' i quarter cup chopped figs; two well\ mixed! i i rr: .:.1 i;,.

Pest Home in Gainesville or I visited Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris ; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had were Sunday guests of Other guest of the Roberts were guests of Mr. and Mis. M. L i cups white raisr ns: one cup cur- and! ream m v i r. r

Thursday.Mr. l! near Long Branch Church on as recent ::.ue.stsIf.. and Mrs .. the D. R. Stones. Mr and Mrs. Ixmnie Robel"ts4 Johns Jr. i rants: one cup broken pecan<< ,Ii spoon as l l..nf.: ,1 e. .

andIrs.. Call Prevail ts: Sunday afternoon. Prevatt and daughters. (I I IIrs. Mrs Eddie Tiuesdale and St. George, Ga. Mr and :Mrs.: Aubrey Davis of j meats: half cup candied pineap-, use hands until .t ruts
Raymond
rt,rent last Sunday in Ocala a1!i !; Mr. and Mrs James Starling I i mere Raulerson ofJacksonville Lakeland. Ga. \'isitedIr.. and I! pie: three-fourths cup candied thoroughly blended. Line I')
-I j I :\ Virginia Finklestein of Jacksonville daughter. Miss Alice Adair Rev. andIrr. Joe I j
guests of their son, J. C. and faro of Staike Sunday dinner Mrs. Joe Leslie I cherries "
were Forsyth last Sun- ; quarter cup utrontwo: with waxed paper. pack r.\: :
\ Roy (Buddy I Griffis, of visiting Mrs. Evelyn Driggs in were Sunday guestsof I
ii'.'. guests of the Joe Stalling family I day.lr8.. Forsyth returned to tablespoons candied orange peel; in weDeorate;\ with fru.t
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and daughter
Edwards Rafuse
I Plant City, Mrs Earl Tampa last week. Mrs. I. P.
I Mrs. Bertha Stuckev antlIrs 1 R L. McOtll had as guests dur- \ Starke. \ filled the pul-I lakeland with them for a week': j two cans coconut may be added. nuts. Can be eaten in :24 :.
Raulerson
1 I and Mrs Doc Edwards of I David and Wendell: Kelly of Rev I II Ii
Church I For mixing: Roll crackers to a ;, or stored in refnt rat,,!
I Mr. and Mrs J. R Mott and I Lakeland, arrived pit at Woodlawn Baptist visit.Mrs.
Southern College,
Mary Snowden had :a fine dust, place aside in a very months.
WE CONTRACT FOR sons of Brooker spent the weekend. Saturday to spend the in the absence of Mr Rafuse. I 1 I II
pleasant visit from Wednesday large bowl. Cut marshmallow
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with the Edgar Wilkinsons. Sunday -:, with their i Mr and Mrs. Bobby Dyal and I j
ALL Christmas holidays through Saturday with her nephew -i j into small piece? (dipping scissoi.5 __\r'II. Lt)\ 1thr: new KstrrLrmik .
TYPES OF BUILDING guests at the Wilkinson home Jim Lawson : |
H. C. of Hampton.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly. I family
parents and family Grady Pernii n in hot water helps), whip cr'amI pnise-Mze' fountain pens inpastel
were Mr and Mrs. C. 11. Layfield ,i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkinsonof and Freeman Register Jr. attended ,
BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL I Titusville. | then add marshmallows and] juice shadeOnly $3.09 at Kr.ul
and children of Gainesville, and Sunday I services at the First Baptiston
REPAIRS REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES I Jacksonville were! ( Mr. and Mrs. Fonnie Crews 01 f Set aside while fixing other in ford ('tlllllr Telegraph.!
Mis M B. Layfield of Hampton.Mrs. guests of the Bennett Wilkinson Sunday. Mr. Lawson was the
)1 Ocala have moved, back to .
ou .
FREE ESTIMATES Eile Padgett and children family.Mr. speaker for the day in :he ab- I I community to !live on the farm. ----- ---------- - -- -

visited her grandfather LiKf: i i and Mrs. Burton Rosier and sence of the pastor. Rev. Edgar
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W. L. THIGPEN JR. Douglas. in Lake Butler on Fri- ; family of Palatka visited Mr. and Wilkinson I I I Roy, Mrs Turner Mary visited Ella Alvarez his laughter i IrI ; FUEL OILFor I .

day. Mrs. Jim Rosier and Mr. and Mrs Mrs De\ 'ey Price of Plant City | Jacksonville\ from Thursda),,'

Phone 297-J Starke, Fla. Stork Shower Marvin Rosier last weekend. is visiting her brother-in-law and j through Saturda11' '.

Route 2, Box 213-D; I, The beautiful home ofIrs The Leonard Prevatt family attended sister Mr. and Mrs. Steve Star : :\ and Mrs Bill Bank, an,1 Dependable Keep Full Service Call

Bryant Reddish was the settingfor a singing convention which I line. j j i Mrs. Fronie Moody spent th, -

a lovely stork shower honoring was held at Graham Baptist Mr and Mrs Raymond Wililanu: j i weekend with Mr and :Mis Voi. I

Mrs. Preston Green on Thursday Church on Sundav. of Jacksonville spent Friday night' | ne1Ioody\ in Lakeland. II 1 I L. F. (Monk! ) DINKINS:; 1 1I
of last weekIrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Rosie ,
evening the Ed Durban 1
We
turdawith
and : welcome Mr and Mrs Wi
0* Green received many useful gifts I and family were Sunday guest: family.Mr. : bur Turner and children of Lak, j FUEL OIL SERVICEPhone

Mrs Reddish, assisted byhl! of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Harvey. and Mrs. Morris Johns and i Butler who have moved to
and Mrs. Arthur in Macdenny. : 011: i (M;: Night 01Starke
Fred Moore
family. and Mr. and Mrs. J. R {'ommunitto' !h\e Trey himoved -..
Pearce, served delicious chicken Mrs. Nick Tope andIrr, 3' Temple A\e Florida
SunI .
Jacksonville were their
: Hinson of house from the ol 1 1 1
SHEARER'S.WHITETDOT salad saltines and coffee to the Robert Myeis and daughter o I and :MrsE : ..., .. .. .
|I day dinner guests of Mr. "Turner site" up nearer: Roi 1 : -- - --- -- - -- -'.

f"nowin ladies: Mesdames Mary Jacksonville were Sunday dinner C. Johns and family and Ron, 1 to a -- ---
1100 much prettier loidtn.close ____ =- =- -rr
Reddish. A. H Harle '. Mae Wells guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Car- I to ___ zNO
aid Kimbrell.Mr. Roy Turner's home "-
: Hermie Kelly, A. E. MassvvHeorgp ter. The Carters visited the Bob I a",1Irs.. J. R. Davis and Mr. and :Mrr Chester Mo.i

SN RNEi.'iP I : Shuford. G \\'. Roberts: Carter family in Clay Hill Sunday i family of Jacksonville visited the : of Keystone visited M,. Eim: DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED
N afternoon.
Charles Shuford Troy Bennett
I I Vernie Padgetts on Saturday eve : Moody last Friday.
t : John Shuford, Johnny Bennett i I Miss Clara Boone and Cecil Olson I We
ning. i regret to report thttV. T
Josie Stalling, Francis Hefferqn of Jacksonville visited the Le I. G and Denvil Crf.'Ws.Irs Granger is ill at this time and i': A CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU ENJOYAN
: Joe Lamb, Effie ) Greens on Sunday. Other via'torsduring
Sam
McGirvey :
Precislon-crafted for I..I. Commodore Crews and daughters a patient in Hocking Clair; rent
Miner Catherine Teare, Glenn the weekend were Mr. and
of writing pleasure: I I were in Tallahassee on Sunday tc ; home in Gainesville! His mans
years Shuford, Sam Hicks, and Miss Mrs. Albeit Smith and daughterof EXTRA ROOM:\ CARPORT. NEW BATH Includ-
I friends
see Commodore Crews who is .1 here wish him a
speed
\ Geraldine Starling. I 1 1Ir. Maxville.Mr. patient inl,'. T. Edwards Hospi I recovery.Mr. ing Fixtures NEW ROOF, SEPTIC TANK TANK &

:\ and Mrs. B E Reddish and Mrs Rudolph Starlins II WATER -'ANY REPAIRS AND REMODELING
I clean-filling";.only the retract- tal. ani Misv. L. Grange
spent Sunday with }Ir. and :Mrs:
I LAfcOR
able tube touches Ink _, I spent the weekend in Tallahassee I lira and MK:: Mack McKinney:: I and sons of Whileville, }:. C. wen AND MATERIALS
Wilmot Starling and daughter
with their son-in-law and daughter. -,
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harris. and nere last Saturday
e hand-ground 14K gold point Mr. and Mrs J. O. Pons. I Rudolph] has been stationed in ,, Mr. and Mrs Joines and son were i, Minnie Granger and visiting their father Mrs Call Us or Drop A Card No Obligation

in custom fitted styles' I Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips had ;i France but has been transferredto Sunday dinner guests of the P \\'. T. Granger, in Gainesville

colorsSheaffer's as guests during the '\'"t'E'kendIr I Miss Cocoa.Olaat' I B. Thomas familv I Mrs. Nan Merntt and son \\,'r. $3 A A.00 MONTHLY\ PAYMENTS $ J |V5S

1 i and Mrs W.1.. Cox of Miami I I Phillips spent Mr. and :Mrs. D. J. Tialkntinr in Gainesville Saturday Visit mjMr
Saturday nightvith Mr. and MrsLe. I
Mrs Horace Norman of JacksonI of Jacksonville and the H. R. Barrettes ; and Mis Harold Shiver
I I am PAYMENTS
I <;\\ie Phillips i is Starke. 36 MONTHLY
I vine Miss Debbie Phillips of Max I of the State Farm visited grandsons. Billie and Ruhat, $600. 321.1iI
vine, :Mr.: and Mrs. Coleman Phil \ Miss Elizabeth Terry was the ; Wilkersons Sunday ; accompanied their erandmotho
on
the D. G. I
I Valiant lips of Waldo, Mrs Leslie! Phillips : overnight guest of her sister. MrsC. I 1 Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville ', home for a Sunday \isit.Itakrloss Estimate and Information -
.
E Strickland in Gainesville
I Ensemble $%7.00 and son, Eire, of Starke. \ on i, spent the weekend with hoi FruitcakeFor
Fiiday.HamiltonHudson
The family of Mrs. Steve Star I i ;, parents. Mr and Mrs. H. C. Liar the benefit of yon l.idi.,
\ ling Sr. and the late Mr. Starling.I who work and don't have h Store Hrs.: 7:30: AM to
i nni'
ley.
I
1oc Lgo met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I The the Church of Christ, Staikewas 1 Mrs. Hattie Darley: and Mrs time to bake for the hohd.i\% I 5:30 P.M. Mon. thru Fri..a .
Luther Hilhard on Sunday for setting Saturday eveninj;t '
Prescott visiting MrI ( Close Noon Sat.
eOp9 Sinnie are )
r for the marriage of Miss Alth :
;:I
Snorkel dinner. Mrs Rood
11 Lewis
their annual Christmas 1 and dauKhl
put Pens and Mrs. Buster Bennett and soi
I
pt1 y from $7.95 Those enjoying this lovely affair I I. Faye Hudson of Gainesville, ani: 1 in Foi t LauJerdale. were via'ting Mis. J. W.J JIII\.. ht
t Norman B. Hamilton of Lawte 1
ect with :Mrs.: Starling Sr. were: Mr. i ;y the J Jr. in Lake Butler Tuesday..

sP gltttlgttI and :Mrs.: Raymond Suber and II and Jacksonville with the Rei r ;,' weekend Miss< Patricia with Mr Sapp and spent Mrs (.I'r.\ and Mrs. Claude F-es..",t! \\1 II

; 1\ son Mr. and Mis. J. A. Osilvie C. L. Overtuif, pastor of thI and family of Staike were visits: \
1
T. Eiland in Hampton.
:\Ir. I church, officiating. I Mrs. Doshie Prescott
\ the Leon Starling family an dI sunday.
If
I The H Markham family <
: \:
j Mrs. Allen Starling, Mr. and Mrs. The hide is the daughter c)f' :1'', Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge p.Ilk ,
1 weekerrI
I
the 1(:
Gainesville
1 Frederick Starling and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hudson i iI 3f \ spent \ I I and family of Trenton were Si m..
I Gainesville.! with Mr. and Mrs. D W. Stailin g
1\ i I The bridegroom's pa 'day. guests of Mr. and Mrs.
I Mrs. Louie Bell Wainwright am '< Markham and Mrs Starlit Timi FOR CASH SALES ONLY
i Mrs. ug I
ents Mr and Mrs. .
I daughters, Louie Frigor: Mrs. Ros''.. are II. H. liar n Rogers.The: I
in Jacksonville i were shopping
: ilton of j
i :McStevenson.: all of Jacksonville Lavitey. executive board meetingthe of (Opt'n11( Day Saturday.. Dec. 22

\I Miss Louvenia and Lamar Staling r-: 'I A. H. Hudson_ gave hi" daught ter'I Monday Brooker Garden: Club v"as Closed Monday and Tuesday Dec 21 I & 25;

1 of the State Farm, Mrs. Df,_ ''in marriage and Lynn Hamiltone I I .. held at the home of Mrs. W.Bigham E \

Ipi is Price of Plant City, tli| |l acted as best man for his brother I .999YYYYY ynyynyyyyBROOKER Monday night. '

KOCH DRUG STORE \1 Steve Stalling Jr. family, aMiss nd i Ushers and were Foil.Freeman Hoover Jr. Our sympathy goes to the f i Im, STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESPHONE
Larry
1 Alice Adair.Irs. I I fly! of Rufus Hodge, who pas set;

:\ O. J. Anders and firs i 0 I Miss Janice Elume was th* away last week. .. 333 or 45

.1 bride's only attendant. By Mrs. E. R. Castlen Sony to hear that httk Hard .IIW'
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d,'.'I The bride chose for her wed- Norton is ill.\ ,. .

ding a light blue suit with blackaccessories AAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAAAAAAAChristmas a' I,
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Her corsage was a I
I : arty
while orchid.

A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL 1 i Gainesville Mrs. Hamilton High a School senior in holds the]:i Brooker The Girls Baptist Auxiliary WMU enjoyed of the a .

; i lovely] party at the Civic Center .
membership in the D. C. Club.
I Saturday night. The Center was
r Mr.
Hamilton ,
a graduate of
beautifully decorated with holly
Bradford High School] Starke. isj
and a Christmas tree and other
now employed in Jacksonville
GARDENRestaurantS where the couple will reside. decorations The Christmas story "

I The A.1.. Blanchard familv was read from the Bible by Rev" To Our ManyFriends

C. B. StalUngs Several game
I had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs i
were played and carols were sungThe
Johnny Johns, n and daughter
i) irirls also enjoyed the gift
i Kay Mrs Nellie Mae Houser '
and i
I before refreshment U
exchange just F
:Miss -
I Arthurine Blanchard! all o5''
Jacksonville.Mr. \ were served.
I The annual Christmas programwill
I .
and Mrs Edison Green 1,1
be held this year on Sunday ,
I of Madison were weekend in theStarke
guest?; night at 7 o'clock at the Brookor
of Mr and Mrs. Preston Green. r,
Baptist Church. Everyone is in Jr
.1 Sunday dinner guests ofIr ; _
vited to attend. -
and
Mrs
Ernest Raulerson '
were IIDC II.'. ClirisUnas Party
Rev. Black and Mr. and Mrs i andKeystone
,
Senintr' From C .\. M.: To 10 P. 31.CHRISTMAS : I Pete Khott of Jacksonville. Rev I The Brooker Home Demons 11 > ..i
i tion Club held its regular niroti-
I Black preached at the Church
: of Tuesday afternoon and] enjoyed! 1 J
Christ in the City Hall. -%
Christmas party with 12 in.">n
I Those who are in the
hospital Heights
,, bers present and had an add'
this week are Mrs. .
Dopsy Griffis.
two members' Ea *
1i- tion of new i
in Riverside L. p. Rafuse
I .
in.. member was presented with
Doctors Hospital and Fay Dur- ,
Christmas made bMt
ban in Bradford County ; corsage. Area
Hospital !iT. W. \Ialke- and Mrs. C. L. At
Fay is
improving rapidly afteran kinson.

DINNER automobile accident last week : Mrs. T. W. :\Iarke '. president!
and hopes to return home
Wednesday -: presided at the business meetin;

Mrs. i Mrs. Tim Rogers gave the devotional 1
Maude Rhoden
of Fort I and Mrs C. B Stalling

ROAST PRIME RIB . 2.00 Pierce interests was here looking this after business led| in prayer. Several Christmas

Mrs Clarence Mosley.weekend.and Mis I 1 1I| carols were and sung.refreshments Gifts were were exchanged I I At this very special season of the year, it is our pleasureto

2.00 ,
WHOLE BROILED LOBSTER Shirley Rosier of Jacksonville\ served.

visited the Dave Tanners on SUn- Mrs. Leonard Rudd and son. again greet you, our good friends and patrons, and to
ROAST TURKEY with Dressing 2.00
day.Mr. Sanford Strickland of Atlanta,

and Mrs G. F. Thompsonof Ga., and Mrs. Edna Hayes and wish with you that the coming year may be a time of

. Ocala
BAKED VIRGINIA HAM 1.85 were weekend guests of Mrs. Stella Mae Wilson of Gainesville

Thompson the R. C.remained Bryant family. Mrs were dinner guests ofIr-j peace on earth and good will toward men. It has been a

for a longer and Mrs. Guy Harrell! and family I

Above Entrees Served With Choice of Two Vegetables visit.Mrs. Joe Henderson and family :, last Mr.week.and Mrs Woodrow Thomas I: pleasure to serve your banking needs during the year

of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs Ed Hick and and Mrs
family Reed Lewis I
MASHED POTATOES ENGLISH PEAS and family of :Memphis: Tenn and daughter: Reeda attended the now closing and, as we stand on the threshold of a

visited Mr and Mrs. X. p. Hick, birthday celebration of E. Lewis I!,

and Mrs M. C. McAteer thi''I,. in Staike last Sunday. New year, we take this opportunity to extend to you a .

GARDEN SPINACH CANDIED YAMS week. Mr and Mrs Jimmy Crob'y and

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Star.. son of Starke were dinner guests cordial invitation to become a satisfied member of our
ling had
as Sunday dinner guest., of Rev. and Mrs C. B. Stallings

STRING BEANSAll Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbothamand j last Sunday. In the afternoon the

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hi-ginbot. Crosbys and Stallmgs attendedthe banking family. _

ham and daughter of Maxville Associational Sing at the Graham -

Fresh Vegetables Robert Adkins of Chieflanc I Baptist Church.

spent Thursday with the Wmtor I Rev. and Mrs. C. B Stallingswere

Choice of Tomato Juice or Soup Parrish family. visiting: Rev. and Mrs. A. E.. Our Sincere Good Wishes for a Merry Christmasand
The
J. D. Clarke family spenl Yonge in Lake Butler Monday.

a Prosperous New Year I

Dessert and Drink Included t


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i NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I !
T ('hl ktmas ail- Friday night Christmas party I I
't Spirit pre\
!'. iiithiiiit the services at th.. for the young children of th i'' CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY : PARK of the PALMS i
church, beginning at 7 in therecreation
,, and the Beth
naile
t ; -pel Tibet hall. : By Oora J. SheUILAAAAAAut.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJVIA
j 'tw
with soft '
acm! iene shaded '
colors, Sunday S<'hool. 9:45: a.m. Horning W1/1A AAA AAA/A/lA
:,zii s m ever-changing \ -r y i
r tilings I: anew the sacred meaning Worship 11 a.m. Special I5.i-.kctli.ill\ (;alllt.-. Feeling' at 7:3O p. in ,il I,. ,

III the Oav Christmas Carols Christmas Chancel Choir Sunday will program.sing a number The The IJE Tigers and Tuetett.-)j 'Fnaihes r'ust These ate isvery Central Florida's Bible Conference 4' i

\A.-I!F,' sung! at the Sunday services of Christmas played their first game on Monday -, good\ pictures that are beiiuu
of selections
:
..-.rl i.f especial interest was th< with the Lantoln High Ter i -eI l in t'tinned ion with the Aiiul'
music. Sermon topic: "So God
"Search :Me 0
solo
hu.I"I1t' : nets of Gainesville The gills lost i! Education Progiam. Come one
Imparts. Everyone is cordially! Keystone
with Heights Florida
(;.n'1 sung by P.ev.lcLean: I
Come all'.Idult :
but the boys won by a small margin I
invited to with II
MrsF.I.Inie : worship us. I
accompaniment by
!p.I! I I
after Coach Shell sent in tht Education:
Silenson. The special Sunday, 5:45: p.m., Recreation
: second string team during the last The classes: t-,r adults and veterans 0R110I.;() ) I.. I't RDl'. lirectorPROGRAMSEASON I
lenderl Time for MVF. Worship: Seniors II
n >,-i< :n the evening was .
few minutes of the game. The i will close: after school Friday
i ijMi and Mrs. \V. R. MeKIIUH (a Christmas filmstrip) ; Inter- I
l game were thrilling from star: ]I and will re-open on Thuis-
-\'. violinist and soloist. At\ mediates (a special program)
to finish. The final score for the : day Jan. 3. at 7 p. m.Pict'hri.tma .
Evening Worship 7:30: The
'.r\t Sunday services messagesivl p.m. '
victorious tigers was 2j-33. The .
I! music will be appropriate to Youth Choir if in charge of the + Party
return flame in Gainesville
staged a
"n-J season. A Christmas musical program and will present a pageant The PTA, faculty and patrons
Tuesdav Dec. 18 The I
on
ji-'iyam' : will be presented bvIMC It was written by the Lor- of Thuiston Elementary School 1957Sundajs
first for 1957 will be played!
t voting people Monday nghtWash enz Co and involves individualharacters game will have their Christmas partyon
I.. :?1 :, <" the Youth Choir and\at home on January 7. The general -: Jan. 14 at the home of Principal
invited to attend alII :: 3:00 P. :M. l'ct'kdaMonday Thru I : ,
public is Friday !i:50 \. )I. Monday Tuesdaj- &
I tht use of a film.stnp Price A cordial invitationhas Thursday :'Ot U) V. 'l.
1 E\'ery'I of these !ssanies Coaches Butlei
!
mntt'd.Presbyterian extended Deacon
one ib 1. been by
i i and Shell are trying to have I
Charlie Price also for to attend -
championship teams in class 'B" : you the I January fi-11 -----_________________REV. C. W. SI.EI)11London: ; England
Church A motorcade will leave
Your Clothes this year. The Gainesville team IF;
around 6:30
school for the party
Fndaydult Choir Practice, 7 in class "A", so this victory does p. m. Persons who do not have January lMS: --________________REV.: E. J. PUDNEY: Din-dor.) I'nev-angelized Field. MMon.
9 Pounds toward the pending
not count
: p m.; Sunday Sunday school 9:45: I I transportation to Gainesville wili

1 a m.. morning worship service. championshcip. be carried by those who own care January 20-2.:!: _____________________"THE MUSICAL: PLACES" Re: .. and Mrs. Lester J. Place.
For 40c! Tliurston :School X'n. I to Pres-
"The spirit of Christmas, special free of charge According

FREE Bleach If Desired! joy light gift Christmas offering rpivice 11 a.m.,; 5 candle-; ers Last and Friday r.uile-nts Dec.of II.Thurston. the teach-Elementary -!i ident gala E occasion.L. Walker All!thin parents it to arc bea January 27-Fel.ruary 1 ____________SFDAX I 1\TEIIOR'iIISSIO\:: M. .\. Darroch, He.: J. 1 H.! Williams.February .

I eWe youth fellowship, program of corn-I I School prepared and delivered 'I'! invited to attend and bring aI
6 ten Christmas boxes- guest. I :;-s ____DR.1 CLARENCE: : E. JONES )Director, Radio
munity carolling p.m. I i ---- ------- ---- Station IICJI5: Quito Ecua-
Will needy families in the community dor.
Wednesday -- Prayer meeting I ( huncheu,
I \Ve sincerely thank the A & 1'1 I I
Dry Your Clothes 7.30pm; Thursday 0 Junior choir food store and Edwards Grocei\ 1! Regular services will be held
practice, 3:30: p.m.: Starke Social for commodities donated and also at the First Born Church throughout Fehruarv 10-).") ----- -- --0 -- __DII.: CHARLES!' SEIfE) \:-I'I: EH.; Southeastern Hible College: BirminS _-

For 20c Club Christmas party in Sunday the parents and friends who font the day Sunday starting with ham Alabama.
school assembly hall. 7:30: p m. I I food and cash for this project Sunday School at 10 a. m Morning -

In Automatic Driers! Each student is to be commended worship will be conducted by February 17-22 ____________________MOODY BIBLE 1 INSTITUTE:: :. 1 R.: 1 I.. Con,tahlt'. Vice-President( Ht'H..
First Christian Church I and praised for their rontribui pastor Howard. We are very hap- .I. Little. Radio: Pastor ;
tions. Special thanks to Mrs Man py that General Assembly saw fit
On Sunday night. Dec. 23. WhitShaw who donated all the to send him back to us for another .

!:ginning at 7 o'clock, the be-\\ fruit. Best wishes for a happy year. The general public if.I I February 21-March 1 ___ __ __ __ DR.) M. R. DellAAN Radio IJible Class! (;rand Rapids: Michigan.DIJ. .
The Washeteria School children of the First holiday season and may God bleu always invited to attend our sen- :

tian Church will present a Chric.t- you all. s. C. 'Price. Principal icesV.. Strong, reporter. V. RAYMOXI: () IJ Elnl."re !dt'nt. Wheaton College.:Wheaton III..ROY .
mass program consisting of read Dorothy Jackson, reporter. Alien Chapel A.M.E. Church

Temple Ave. SUrkl ing, songs, and music.. Santa: Buy Stout ReP. J. Washington pastor :\Ian'hE; -_ -----------__________. (;UST.tI'sox. St t. Petersburg' Fla..ASSO'I.tTION .
_. 0 i ('Jawnll! also appear at thohut.h '' The Boy Scouts of Tioop 71 held regular services on Sunday ; .
.' '.- (' Everyone LS muted. made a trip to Gainesville to seea with Mrs. Irene Thomas in chargeof :::: OF BIBLE CONFERENCES AND CAMPS 7thnnual
Sunday school at the
usual
movie that was shown ty the font ent iun.
A met nan Legion Post Boy Scout hour. The morning sermon way

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE front Florida.all The parts picture of the was state explained of preached Evening service by Rev.was A. R.held Randolph at j:3(1 :March. 10-15; ______________________UKV.: :MALCOLM: R. CRONK, Pastorheaton: Bible Church, Whcaton.

11n.. J. Illinois.
by Mr Florence who is Scout p. Lennon. reporter.
master of the troop in Ocala. The Xew Bethel Baptist Chinch

FLA. following scouts made the trip I p.eA.. Vm-.in pastor, held s Clifford Hudson, Willie Hudson ices all day Sunday starting with

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor 1 Charles; Covmgton. Willie Alfred! I Shell Sunday School with Rro. E. R March 22-21 ___________________CHRISTIAN SINESSMEN'S; :: ; l} nHDIITTEJSouthea..h'rn: Regional
Kelly: John Diggs, James Dig"sHobert acting Supt. During the Conference.
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Diggs.! Levi Dexter James morning worship hour Covenant

I'honesOffice 231 Pastorium 130 Pitman, John W. Hall. Isom I'aiks meeting was held, the spirit was
Lonme Coleman Arthur J. Jones high. Three persons joined: ElmeR March 25-31 .-_------____________"UNCLE" JOHN :MEREDITH., Radio llible Teacher. Chicago Illinois.
Edward Lee Jones Richard Neal; Shell. Eutha B Price and

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A,M. 8:00 P.M. Chester Crum. Robert Ellerson I Ozora Shell, the latter is a can April 2-10) --..-----______________EDWARD M. DeYOUM;, Missionary. Kijabe, Kcnia Colony Africa.
Sunday School 9:13 I; .\.M. Training: Union 6:13 I; P.M. Milton: Ellerson and Scoutmaster didate for baptism on Sunday
Booker T. Marshall. The tiooj morning. B. T. U. was held at 6
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00: P.M. made wonderful progress under p. III. with Mrs. Sarah Jenkins f1STEHC..\TlOS

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at his leadership. They are looking I was president in charge. The lp;;v>r .\prilll-21. --------------.1>1:. TORREY JOHNSON() i\angelNt: Chicago!: Illinois.
bv
foi';\.ud to a bigger and better taught Prof. A. O Jenkins -

llam. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. program during 1957.: The Com- An inspiring message wa
mitteemen. Scoutmaster ant1 delivered by the pastor on "work-
S. outs wish for all ".\ ,"fry\ler, ing-." He encouraged us to work

I y Christmas an
Happy New Year" works.' Remarks were matte In 'i.) cftfc< c- c- et et et e
1n, Uii-ks Vacation :Misa onary Willis, repot b\

CONEY ISLAND The schools of Bradford County -t church Clerk Deacon Jenkins .

closed Tuesday and will not I after the letter was read front ,, : 'h. i
le-open until Wednesday, Jan. 2 Galilee Baptist Church of 11.'I .(-.\,- :, EAGLE'S t
Open Under New Management :
at 8 a. m. All parents are asket"to 'I thome concerning Bro. Shell. .lo.tr
see to it that all pupil return Jenkins reporter 'i g
Hamburgers 20c to school on that date. Please bt i:t'nll Theater \lIradi"lI | c ," 1 a

careful and not allow them tI I, Manager Givens is inviting I tin- : '

Hot Dogs 15c pl.iwith firecrackers and other i. general public to attend the -om. | f Christmas Sale !
dangerous things because we want munity theater each Satin.In !I r !
all 756 of them to return to their night at 7:30: p. m. and Sunday
All Soft Drinks 5c ,
1 the above date afternoon at 5:30
several schools on : p. m. The features -
Christmas and Happy for this week-end will ho
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables : New"Merry Veai" from all principal" I "Untamed Fury" and "Dead 01 SANTA'S GIFT HEADQUARTERS

and teachers of Bradford Count I Alive" A cartoon and extra adde' I j
Operated By staff and constituency which include attractions ate always shown For

tus drivers janitors, cook: the best in movie entertainment attend I
VAN & CORDILIA McCRARY '
and your Reno Theater
supervisor. Comint- ,
'1111\it' at Thurston Soon Elvis PiessU'v in "LOVF!i iI DRESS TROUSERS GIRLS FLANNEL LADiES SUITS
s ,\. M.I To 10 I'. M. Daily) The PTA is inviting all patent' ME I >
I TENDER"i .
r to tome out and see an educational I '
pld tote "The Other Fellow' .....w." ....__'.__'______'__ ; FOR :\.If.1.15V HUM5AKDNEWEST : PAJAMAS' In Beautiful Wool I Fleece! Tweeds:
g HOLIDAY\ U.S and Luxurious Cashmere Bt'nd.11! || {\

:; STATE FARM 11 Pnd colors with !'ntl tex waist: hands huge;: Selection of Lovely Stales: and Stjles and Colors. Sizes: s to ;21'! t !

Fleet K 1 ,,I \) in beautiful blends of Darrons and Colors Finest Quality 'It
4 A % OFF
11
By Janet Turner I Orlons CHRISTMAS
g Sizes: 2 to II S2.19 Value
I'hone 135-J : t\
with Thunderbird GOThere's ,- Sizes :2S! to 12 BONUSRegular
I II if

new power for the new kind of Ford _. '" I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThe ; e (: ;: >S.93! : Regular;: S10.:Ei) CHRISTMAS $150 AND t\
in the Great new Silver Anniversary \'-S'sith : : 4 '- All Souls fh.ipel of the ; NOW SPECIALFree
iJ
\\ new, wider horsepower ranges to meet Florida State I'nson111 t's.'n' ::500 LOVELY FALL & \\LNTER >
J
pI
our need.* Or choose the: new Mileage; I, its annual Chnstmas Pageant : only Sale $T.00 ,

Maker Six-the: world's moat modern I'\ '; Saturday night Dec 22. at 7 i $6.00 WrappingDRESSES 9 Reducet20'< ,

..... ..-=. -- ,, o\.lo<.k. The publ.c IS muted! ij Gilt ,

Pi lend.-, of Mis A. R. Bnm.'i,
I will be interested to know thit', ': j([ Also One Group At $5.00
IN 2 NEW SUPER SIZES she has returned home after! FINEST (lLJ.lTLADIES NYLON SLIPS ,

Plus S N.w Station t Wagoitt long and husky, it hugs the highway spending the Union the County past seven Hospital.weeks ,r i << MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS FLANNEL SHIRTSMEN'S SHADOW PANEL 9

JC..1blt1s I.I.OVER 18 FT. fairlane 500 (shown) and Tairlane models I Miss Patsy Kucera armed. 5 Lo\ely Shies $5.9 alue
LONG home last week 'o spend the h..l.. f! Corduroy Q
.
Low
.__ are: over 17 beautiful feet long. Custom i .
zc..JoJQ-WIt _..,-. J ia'.-.... and Custom 300 models over 16 feet. Ecryone days:Mrs H.with J. her Kucera.parent She is Dr.a student and. ,\ n Satin Finest: Lined Quality! Yokes $$% .99 $ J.99 Now Only $T.99 iJ

: of the: 20 brilliant new Fords b I longer, nurse at Charity Hospital n> ,t 2 Flap Pockets BOYS' J.79 iJ{\

.; r.,. lower, roomier than ever before.: New Orlean!
1 OVER 17 FT. Mrs. G P Wadsworth of'i
Fwlrn Moult lONG Finest Combed Cottons. \1'-/1 a special group ,
Hampton, and :'oIl's.lice AmUi

'-_ "J' J ;,.MIM.' ... ;' son of starke were Friday guest t< {\ I mpor\"U"o\enpa.s t .1 '. $ jJJ Special Group of Boys Nylons and Cotton..SALE $1.99
sfaiwidowb' > I, of :Mr and :Mrs R. V. Turner. iJ ,
il'- Mr and Mrs. :Memtt Cauthen Dan River wrinkle I sheds KmMEN'S Ix>njjSlee\e Cotton a -

_.,i-i. .N -. and Mi and Mrs. Don Faircloth $2.49 Value for $3'00
r tiI-. of Gainesville! were Sunday suestof Ii 2 SWEATERS ,J
.. .
Mi and Mrs. M C. Robert. SOCKS

The Community Club held its
annual] Christmas HER FAVORITE GIFT"Stretchomatics ;
Party Monda\, I Regular $1.00 fl
night in the Community ( III- NYLON HOSE
House The club room was beat I 59c Lo\ely Pastels in French Spun d

tifullv decorated with a big cr 11 /ephers or Washable Orlons ,
.tar Christmas tree, and the IP'ifshment ARE A GIFT; OF (..I.AMOUtFROM :

table was overlaid watt!- Cotton Argyles 3 pair EAf.I.E; Slipo\ ers Cardigan ,


t Lovely i white was linen flanked cloth.by The burning centerpiece II'"' Largest Selection of for Finest 60 C.uage; : Sale 69c $J.99 $] 99 {\

tapers The members e\chanse: I $1.00 15; Dernier iJ
1 + with beautythat's ; eifts. and a delightful time WF G colors and designs

,e. more than "skindeep"The j I enjoyed. : iJ I
i We wish to express our sim'e<-,
r new kind of beautv in the '57 Ford is onlv I' appreciation for the lovely hou;:( i Beautiful ChenilleBATHROOM BEAUTY QUEEN BRA 69C I

the l lo\ely "llJluplexion"over the tough and warming that the la.l.es: ,ifh.. SETS $199 |

precisely co-ordinated muscles of the stronger Pi1- LeBq: ;,' ..' pnun: 21... 9 Circular Stitched For Better Uplift !
-Inner Ford' : : that rides so silent : so : : '.- M -,; M: .: D :\, ,
solid : : so secure! V "rl m Embroidered l

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.41.0. an ntra-4r:4-ptrfaa..n.e kumlitbitj J!.'Super 1o ,i.,.c Ie,..,' .; ap '0 .d. "f'r $199

Floral De-ions His & Hers beautiful D"iJl1s and Colors SO.50 to rf
$9.99

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(ost for expenses was only a r Miss Virginia Sewell Mrs. Mae Cox !i need for some kmd [
Drew I crate.Vett sion .iPtlnl Is <;e't ng
Reddish If ouple of dollars pet .
I load with 1\ssumes Duties As 'If: i"I-,10:1 \ e,tr.
double
It iaiil: a wagon Dies At Home I I

.q wo mules and usually ,' mv a- \ (Iub Head In France
:i ben i \\ .' : liui.ng: : M'.Istl:iI
;oiit ::.1 n.ites: The us wtiiit

various tune Noonans K'on!' I, Here; Rites Held $ ,. \ .11_ 1'1'1. hn e 1.-

{ .likes Clouds and later Missi ,11i 'I :'1 .. ti' !

.i lies. :'1"I I ,.' :'It'.otlt.Cox.. 41! .I : .\ :" .

I< liiiitstre Koiii.liI ; h. d I \I..n"\' n 'i iing at hei li..P.! ,.
I.. Turkey \ :! :' \ :: -
iml. li ,.>' ill-1 tol'owin.! : in illness ..til
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of times nit
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r t t..:1 the tlllth we \\...Mt g l.'d 1 \ i .t.\e ot Manoi 'la. M Il .
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V. ,.i t i'.\ :u' as quuk :is A.. "'. TM i i- .t Methodist Time ": .11'1 :

,; ) : .' \.k; in those d,i\s, I. i ii '. .. .. \'"is include her husban.l .io: ,... ." !!t ,,: \

i ."'i 11", had lliPi: .uih's I." t.. jw } ; .
Clifton Cox of Stal kt' .. ) : :. .: I
\t1' were "11.111"i iM ". ....... .. .. ,
I ,I li'1 g h tel'S. Mi-?, Doris C.iili k.'p.::.: !.

#i" 1 1 :liilsh\, i "ntIIHh'oj'I jl )rp ,i Mis I Clara Lazonbv. boll' Again" ..., ."-"' 'r-1.Q-. !_'";4-, I t .ll. 1 : n, ':

,. -: M sit'r leeolltit'on! Min I II :o;_ __ ,, "" i.iin .
tm \ S : ke. and Mis VemestmrK '.. ,1:1.1: 1 'J ;. -

.- '. '., ; ,. '! M I ftno bill It h'M'P'n"' "ii'. : ", Zephvrhills; two biotnI1 ...- .. ,. p1... .'... &0# .', .. _,i Ui'nr: tsist \ .

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I s .M:, about 53 head: m < ink Steedley of Panama -- 1& PI4)gr1Z.:..: : :. \ "-

....,-.1.. "",, :do; : ,\ 11\i : st (oiisin.: \*<>llie Reddish : ( mol Moses Steedley of Man- GOODBYE TlRKEYII ,. M., III, ,Ih' ,,:rtlIUSs ?., .t bf; sale : ,; r,i J -

"' I ink his check foi >1.017 t.1, .. .. ,
"I \.1. three sisters, Mrs D P Wesley Crews seems to be ir.tert- '; : \ ;
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.saving !)o" s..n> I.60 1 t.itLsp
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: 1,10\\: }KKDl'IM': V u-ar 'Id inn :si l : ". ', 1'in! li.ink and cashed it and got ; 4 '1':1: : ,It Mrs FV. Sewell anc'M as f.'ie suve\s her fh...k bt>lol.' ant{ n,.! IIII"iJ.mtl '. I pie. thc :s, i i .' i'it'
erect th
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living
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:' i' bill I'd seen one .
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thit big I s Ruth Mai-tin. all of Wav the annual pre-Chiistma.s blitz jectivej I. "-. ,'! 1-;
1I.'es.1I hu !Mn
.. ; : ,." ,: uk! i, pi tilled \, I latins on the I Kosui' Road :MiUuna befoie or since. I took it to Noonamvvnght. : < TI." OaHuntMi. begins. mAt \ s befoie nevsea1 : 'I biological science. .' i '. .

.. .i.uuling\ I in !Mont. ot theiit.ti Edward all of Ilmokei! : \\' and he sud: that .is I sen'j'es't.'re held in Mrs Crews likes 1'J.i..mgtUI': of its work. One of these -

'. I Heilbionn Spiingj.he .. and Ilaifoid lieddish x\ho lives he h.id, dii.he'd .' present the largest turkey ]I
much business a' .
keys harr land
.i- I >i'\\itt C Jones Chapel ir an I ','. has lived for the past near Ilaiford. otto hill be I farm m theountv. is owned b\ u
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271 i never seen a iI | S." .\\ednesdayat3p! m. with 31 at the Crews farm west ofj I tors with the economic. reciei I t .,
It formerly belonged to his "I went to the Cross HoaJ : : J. p ll.IS.J! SR '.
.t s i fore either. on 1O south- al and esthetic
:, t tn.' Il'L.. S. Williams offuia La\\ t ey. She thinks there is a 1 values of fil i:

ftthei-tn-1aw.! James H. Ritch School. Mr Reddish says, "andit "1 used the money :is ,i -mv.n \ !! tm,,' DUI ial followed in the famiI good future to turkey fanning ir : pti'' "I't St tnki t I lit l f.d! .\ .''- 1 ion wildlife and their import.tht .!*-, .,

'" ho operated| a water null theiej i was run then for only three Bradford Countv and h Id\ ranch
payment for some more land ail I plot in Crosby. Lake Cemetetvctivc plan. ti \i t t" 11.'I', ,' 1., arm. comnumiU sit..l
'I i minding corn. j jMi I II months a year. I icniember one I nation.
13 months later I had paid it. were'al -
by Mi.. Vnginii S" \. till d.ui!.:lilc!l- \ pallbearers rep
: I, Redd.iih'and his xnfe whehiat'ti :) I thing about it, and that is the all off. K..llwc\' Conwap, D. Red- Meeting Is CancelledBy
of Mi anti Mis \\ B. $l'\\I'll .1!j '
< then 61st wedding ani teacher who whipped me a lot"In Cured Beef In Mm i I dish: Foster Shi Smith, S C ('\lm 0)(' III\\KN:'.
Staike I iwentlv irived in Euiopi Legion Post Here
1S9". Mr marriedMiss
\ IsM. last September arc I Reddish Mr _
.1 i t Kick in those days. : ;i Denm.uk and J. \\'amwnght..
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and is nOasigned as a servict( : tanuly'i'I! s to than
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RitchJot .
Emma
descended! two of the
i i'li from Reddish added, wed put down about .
club icciedtion director on th(. \meiit'.in? Lt ': ion po-t .6 .\.1 I '10' who extended' kimkuvsv ,
uliest, families to !vHtle in Brad- ( Itig Mnney"After barrels of poik everyyear
I 1ft Army's Special Services >taff A'[ Park Film Features not hold! 11.'. (egulai month:\ "ipatlu during the Ion ifln'! tirii .
: oid Omnty.Mi dry beef in
he sail I. and then we'd
our manure present she is stationed in Orleans lIl'elmg011: the fourth Tuesd\ SOuR SOIL OUR STRENGTH( ment death of our hush
Reddish was born in a los "We Lousht a 40-al're piece of I this way We'd cut it in slues Frame She received a tachelor!; Battles With Sharks in Deeeuuibeisince Christina .IHI ltthel'Y.: K. Hodges M 1'

ibm ,lose by Sampson Lake. His; land across from where George salt it. ani tie the slices to strings .
'I degree from Florida State University falls on that day. The next i.' Soil Conservation \\ I R Hodges E W. Hodgts \;
ithei and mother Bill and Mary lives now. and farmed it for 32 and put them up on the roof during in 194S and a masters degreiin ; I Rattles between men and man- gulaumeeting will be on Jan s ",iHieen. Mis Albeit H.u;

afterward received We raised the usual the hot and then leave sharks highlight the stoivof .
1Mbh. soon years. crops sun. 1953) from the University oFluiida r I eating A pro ram. in addition; to the NEWS
for home- including berries and two things i them in the -mokehouse oxer- hal kfi htel s" which plav
i goveminent grant : I For the past several year< leculai business meeting ha>- H>' lull I liasSinl THE RIGhT I'OINT (iii tinwat
-i 160 located stand out in mind.) night Bi t sometimes I'd eat it Sunday' tnd Monday at the Paik .
iding
< acies. near- my \ !I she hail been teaching school 11 I been set for the Jan. S session ( 1111..1'1'\ aUII" Serlee" >ou uritc. Torre in and s<,.

i>\ then present home. Mr 'One is the time we shipped raw. too." I South FloiulaNegro Theatre. Kefieshmnts will be served. 11'1 jour favorite F.STtlmRHOIrountn \

Iteddi .'f s son Geoig", is living beiues and got 90 cents a cut for, All Reddish has enjoy' d I exiell- The film is a fictional accountof Adjutant C. W Colson reported .\ oniplete soil and w .it.,i- ,,,-i I !1 IVn. TEl.EILl'J.W.C.T.u.: : .

'heir novIlfKe '. ent health during most all of hi:. the U S. Navv's efforts to protet sei.ation farm ,
them; they were plait cups, ir I : Returned that the annual membership' plan Was prepan.i'for
aillllv R2 years. and said that when he m shark-in- 'I'
32- To back little farther--- needed doitonng went to sec \ Matuie, fa .
waters.'ictor
go a mighty big back in those! I rested
money bars who have paid 1957 dues were discussing the different
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I. /iui\' Reddish who held one of was for over $100, You could bu)r \ He is a veriehgiou m in, an1! j animals of all types. ir. started asa i I veterans of World War I. Work l lI 1 1 when Ernest lemarked that SYStt'lhi'II he II i uI ".\ "b .\ 8I. ) rriit: .\iis<>Kit>. I INK:

h*' oiigmal land grants in what a lot with that muih then. sums it up thin way: To 1 Answer ChargE i Navy commander in charge of p o DOKx: \\ iNi; .\n .OIm Tilt
money : I War :2 and the Koiean War U I going to have to put in some \\ini'
now the City of stal ke. lie "The Lord has helped me far ., tc I Tm.\(iTli. :M ):M.HONOK:
> vvi "Me and my old Daddy, would I I \I nll'. ion to a perfect lepellent ;, become members and attend all!I ;, strips in one of his large fields
lecdeil his land by the govern take berries to Law ley. and A I I'ovei' 82:! vears If it hadn't been be used against the underwater .\MJ IIXri'lNKsx; HI' Tilt:
A Diadtoid Count Negiu): ma n Legion affairs. i to pi event so much wind damage .
the ISOO's! I for him I'd been dad 100 years I DKINhKK.: :
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in Smith would sa\ 'Ship them tc) I iorfolk.'a. Killers :
I rested : thi to
\v.-\s al m s At its meeting on Dec. 11 thpost neplant.'d crops Now thaI
VII'\\ Reddish had 13: others New Yoik'. Ail remember it, th, \ ago I have been a member of I Kai ( "|lC.X.\I. ).lao.:: ... t\\: \MONIII.
I week and was hem:: brought: 1:11-: :k i Co-taired with Mature are "e .ne ham.: !less rain fall in.itm
the Primitive Baptist Church for I forwarded 325: to the \,1 : .. )
i to !StP'ke' to ansAei .hirges c,fen|I Steele and James Olson wit!- ; ft'Ib| .i! ,' _dtl-,!:' i l.tlg., ', th
over 30 veal's. Hospital Legion AuxIliary a.s I assaulting Ills wife with a glas;s a supporting cast including Philip
I donation
He showed a new Bible that ho 1 fOr a Christnia. patt\
bottle Coolidge. Rafael Camoos. Claude
Village:;: Resort 'has just rN'e \'e\l. I for veterans in the hospital.

aC // -at Fontana: I "I read it last night," he The man. Ralph Mitchell via S Akms and George Xeise The spring activities of thi, ; Sell It Rent it Trade i t
film
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has fun! I said "until mv eyes ahedtIIiy ." I chained with hitting Lucreti a All of the Fiharks in post will include Legion bdMbul

finfifeFontana is excellent'! in I :, I>eiulants Mitchell with the bottle during a n are real. fished 1 out of the waters Sth grade awards sponsorshIp ,jl I Ii

Lake an-1 I The Reddr.Ys have two daugh- argument in Lincoln City Dec. !1) I aiound Cuba where the picture I the oral contest on the Contitiition /WITH i A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

swimming in a I ters. Mis Annie Kelly who drives: Sheriff F1 D. Reddish said th,e was tilmed Duimg the shooting; aitsting; in it'nel ab111

I noel in : a Bradford County school bus. woman i<, in dansei of losing th Ie I :\Ia tUl'C was sepaiated from tin childelfaie.

season craft makins.: and Mrs Russell (Mary) Norman: I sight in her right eye as a i'< 1 shatks ba slass pal tit ion.gW. 1! Low. Hates Good Results basy Tn Place

square dancing cenictours also four sons Onn who owns a suit of the attack I
['I 'The Mountain' Opens} !j"" WORDS OR LESS ONE INSERTION . _
I tennis, shuffles ( dairy near Raifoid.P: D. (Pete> | Deputv Sheriff Russell Reddinand R. Hodges Dies ; 5Ik-

1t'1It'na') 1 board horseb1"1' ridins sheriff of Bradford ('olln1E.II.: i Vernon Reddish went to N'oi Sunday At Florida I EACH AIHHTJOSAL'ORD 3c

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Funeral Held Friday
= ...I -plenty more to see stort"ket'perho lives at lIeilbronn I: folk Tuesday to escort :Mitcheto ii MADDITION tl. FOR I.I'IIlIS OR '1)1 NOT Ptlll IN tin t\i'RI -
this sparklinj I \ The of hazaudousiimb I >l'.t0l NT OF IS PER KNT: ON TWO
bv story t o OR MUIIK IN .
pring--.: and George employed I Stal kl'. The Negro! waived ei t.; VHflu4HKs
air and \\'. R Hodges 78 died \\ edneda -.
the Albine and
addition oj
| Humphrevs Gold Corp In adition top an peak o II,
play: \ Deo 12, at his home neaiBrooker -=
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the brothers who
two risked
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eared granddaushtjei. r
the Reddi-sh's a
Lmountain: babv sit i I Funeral sen'iceseie | !..\ : Pi.\1I\IV: : l 1'1 .t in .1 I I'i 'I: -\1.1| |: ?, .",. />: .,,, .
Hazel AUaiez. lives on it for d.ffeient motiveis Slira.\ I: el Ii' le .
CXKll OJ1 THXNKS 1 t i iMU.iiniiii.I "tiipriinal f-l Tnrl.. )M..III, ..
f Have I They have 1S! grandchildrenand held last Friday at 2 p. m in the told in the motion picture "Th I, ::.1 1. dianinnils. 1-1, 1...,\\,.-. II .la, .Ii l'h..nr MJ. .Maiki! t I"Lia.Iik|1,111.:
of vour life at siuivulhand \vuinitv of StIll
Write i five gieatgrandihildienI i 1 With broken heaits and so 1'- Dedan Baptist Church with in- Mountain," playing Sunday an,II |: Fl.i. Salurdax aut'u-niii.n. o 1. : : :

or I each one of the grand row fioni the loss of our Ion d terment in the church lemetervV I Mondaat the Florida. I I't'.b: I'rolialilv lusi. III VKinilv K'K .\I.EIml" ii' c.J' I ;r.. s ,
gave
phone for reservations Mis St.u rk.'. SiiitaM. M'\\ .u rd I' I'an.- S.tl. .
the \widow l1a!k.- .
.1 thank Surviving are ,
wish to ..
our marI ii '
one. we r II,'
Mr I I Iihliut
he.fer" Spencer Tracy Robert Wagneand ,, .
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.hiMren said '
today .Free color I 4 a i, K\ < rKii-iii : ; J. .Ia'k \ \' ili-", lilt: 'a is.- \ \l
folder. I Reddish and now some of then fl' E'ndneIghbors and relativi es I Mamie Cal tel' Hodges. Btookei Claire Trevor are cast in th e' :3 t. hi; line h 'KfW ,cii.. I ...." ., ','1
thai l for the! flovsei s. taid.s and mar ly two daughters Mis Dave Green l!..ar. Ii'k( Esi.c; Stork \ : .
from of the
head I ll'admgroles drama whit II ;
have five or six Wanted.Iust be I'al. ..
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kindness to in 01,I 11 Eiookei MeAlbet't Rain G.lines- '
one" I thoughts ot us has its setting in the valley 11 i iCh '.f 1".1 I i ,tin_ i. u.rK. <;. | ...__":'Ia tn I. ., .
FOMTANA VI LLAGE I In concluding the interview )11'nedlish' SOlltiW. I yule iml ..IK -, ,' E U 1I"g! .'-. uiionix, high in the Fient h 1"1\ :\i.. k -. F..u.11,11.1 I i i ii '

RESORT twinkled Th., :.i .'l,'. ,f Dun.ihi L Ke\. .. Bi"okeapplied, The i Jii U: :.l\l.I \ < .l.i i|'K: i'rui--.. r.I", -.1'(
!; eves!; : Alps crash of a luxury an r- i, \rnas -- Mradfi.rd .
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DEPT. S56 FONTANA VILL.VGE. NT. C. 'And if I were ol1n!... Id do -- litii-i sets in motion a huma H F' .1 l: KIT:: .. Tun. l>..dn>i.ni ; ...::::;:_:... _:'t I.. i I !
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Fu: 1tlI will be "High society.? f.tll, 4'i..S .-re.k 'r..\>t- ii. _M-' '

M Mrs; Bmg Crosby, Grate Ke 1 l. $:.J: :;:; loll r.uiiK, voiii, "\\ n i- 11\ 11\

nid Frank Sinatra Thus m Ii- iiin.rs_ Halls\ liili.r Klllll.friuls SUlliI& IH\TIH<.//1 I.dy ti. train rslttkF:1..XII .-:..I:1,,, 'Iluc ,

". i' l I-. I I'll,.llMtll ('nl.' Polti;>! H ininti, linn ii""! i,hristiMs" Kfts |.-rll .. ,
.r tvtn f..r $ ,u I'l.as. l.uit ," .
.Iuigtng 111 i '.ill :1.' Fur It! .f l..i! your ''. .
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(Countvs EB II 'h, Ml...i'l' .lilt. 'n "It :N: \ \\'ag.n. ';..I'll. ,'..".lIlllIn :\. ., .
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I I'I 'II' Ii ""0rfl. .. ,1i-- KIIll< ill.TiKF: I'll'K.NKI: : Mil' I II I II
.tIIt! list the practices you intend 4 Proper use of fertilizer is \\ h.l: i i, :SI: N.. :MO.Y, DEC 2:5-21: i i.i -.1 I :\, .\ Kls *: TKMI'I.KS'|: : I ,

Is Coming To The I to carry out during 197.; By 'I we call production efficiemv DOrBl.E FE.\Tl'HE. ioi: svir r.;... rnKii-: I I'iMC TANCKKINK.S utfKKii: : IT

listing those conservation pinetre I This helps you grow higher yic1
1 h v' January 15 you will be as- at lower tost per acre and thatis 1 "The Sharkfighters'I i. ingI' ul *; TKMI'I.Kl lF' <::

sured .i share in the cost of car- I what vois've got to do. I' s' .''licht .Ml |IIM"nmu :Mail P: It .sAI.K: (;'1'1''I 111:0. \ I ,
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out these practices. (hristnus. <.riflings. $!: < 'a" I.e s'ri OIl I ;"' 'I'\
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our nani I nt n-I Mis t. ,
I'ntt st .r 'all 16'i-V ..f-i, I
Moof yau have received a I The woids Ierry Chnstmas; I ; i'i..." illume :!"'i;.I. 11I 1 n n IJ' I I'

list "i the most important pinet I will be exchanged many tinier1 "It's ,, ,1 1 P. fl', .-r."
A Dog's Life" \\-.1 ; st.- .n |: Big f'hief (:.rrl.'n Trai. r..i \ 'I
'ti.-s t You will need to get denied during the next week If we ai'<' j;' ... .. I.. ..Ir. 'ii u 1 '.. i T \ \\ '.' }:.... |'tneiit For al..r| 'j'! ,.4

., information as to late of sincere such e |I leff Ridiard., Jarin.rKiliiiund IA'\\i... VI 1' fur litesto.k 4 mil..s :-0..41' i
a greeting
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Stark' nn Iliwax 109.1t. : i I I:
p.nnunt and standards for establishing should think a little about what i ; (iwcnn. Dean J"ll"ar ''F'' !: -. "I I' ....I t .,.. .'.-\ I, 11! J (i P-is. Ir : n, i .
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With the practice. makes it merry.Christmas j andildfire I I1..\ ',. V' i .v-i,, .Itis Vjr. FOR \I.t.1':04: J'lvm"'ltl, "
\\o will have a versattractive I i ... .-1 \\ .
I time that I I'Ll'S CARTOONTUESDAY 4 limn I.ii 'n. 2t'iriigr'; i-i. I.'
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land lent "<,n>liti..n I!.nil". hir. "
have
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families and friends together. Wt vi --t--! ; ." tn !.e s, cd. "I T" .
MI implication of lime. You willsine DEC. 25IOUIILI' ; : .. s. .. %V.. ,
: with the feeling of. rvi.I. Iall')'' 411 S li "
FREE Favors For The KiddiesFriday want to ask about it. come together i 1 p. ,. s If.| p i I J'I : .
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being a friendly good neighborIt FEATUREONE i I' .. ., It .
Oui office will be closed a few too bad that men a |1"-I is just DAY
2:00-5:00 10:00 12:00 01 r.s so you will need to remembi ONLY I :' Pil\ 'trs.nul- "."' : .
Monday
feeling could not continue on 1 rprieM iIi'idl.1":
i those dayr. and also remeni- ;' "The Time ofTheir .
through the next year. Bias TV Service I I' I":? ; \\ I'nln'r"I'
bet that January 15th is not fat 1-1",1.111I :J. 10J(I:; <;aiues\l! !I. ,
Saturday -- 2:00-5:00 Also 2:00 5:00 A number of accidents wil'> IIVV 11.111't I",
: off Lives"
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1'av \ttintuui to Hugs make Christmas a sad memory :!'I I Vf.-irs I \ii.'rie-n.e i:\1:11': ruin t
I for a great numbei Caution ancare Hud I .\lilx.tt' and lou ( ustellu s \ \1: ,," lOur sm"..- .
: Out look material indicates that IIIs: 1.11\;" \ IIIIMIVV :
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Complete WE '<'r next spring and summer. PaP; i help make these next two weeks I .I..w n i".ivm>-nts as I.,.. 'is <
TOYS TOYS Pacific"r'tcrhing : )'tillil* Atls.
p.niTHniIke
-- safe for us r-i I
p'-: < .-. will depend on the approxi han .t fin.' '.1"1'I "n. .' -
Selection GIFT WRAP rn, .it.< number of pigs farrow ;' (Iii I ,enire .
...f'u, V''iMe 'I ix tn fif'-.- \ .- -
this isht, ::1 1 t' :: i cepted. Joe C. Ricks, Rt. 1, n ns a|?"
: spring )ILl'SnTOO 1 I l.t ti in l-f..rc \ I
,, m I"y
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For the Entire Family 4 1 \ ii: s i iHaso'
On. of our men got stiuk vvit'illu !

TOYS Any Item purchase of about 50 thoit: \ \VEI)., THl'nDEe.: 26-21 out TKNTII .4NM\ERS.\ FLOIIIKKALT\' ( 'O.

At tOurIW3) SLOW of weeks ao'itlull .. .:- : : K\I>IO> UII'.UUEU11 : Of Starke
: (.11 pie .
DOUHLE FEATI'RE"Bandido" : \ M..... All ModesJtea'.uuahle
l'un.ha..t.d Here t I...i days his hogs bean;[ din i.bTf.r /: .. I (Guy .\flulrrs. \V. It. ',-\\.11
l'umpll'tl'dl'l.tiun:: (-Il 'S. f'. ,.IUpIII1(1)
LOW\ : I I'as told that he finally losa. COLONIALFLORIST
Till "'. tall st., !Mark I... : i A. .J. Iliniiuts)
Ke ardle.. If 'o..t : .'!ii all. The purchase .',
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.j MiruM up( to t the lu.t : ( { p Iti b.'rt Mit< huin Trhpk.ue :p's

:'..I-ht: have seemed cheap' liii'UP -- I rsuU Thies, and hubert )Roland! .:.:; trmflrr.. !>.ar..... l.i..

PRICES! d< .'.inn moment. From lOc lIanhies[ and up !'1 was actually high, at vi\ n:( HNKOIXM: WHEN IN NEED OF

s:. but the hogs were cheip I:. .
I KMMIK1': ; ; 110"1-" : i- r 1 i-
t '-i.il! in buying on our "|1"""" PLUS; Mar'in r"r I m, s 1o"11| _i i .

tikets and bringing that .. ;. FILL DIRTor
1. s. PHONE 218 "Meet Me 'oil 1 nr :'\Tand I beth .''.n f'. -
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON EVERY l htlk. to your farm. InLas r-hciJ' ai.arlinenti. s'-u 1' .
DISKINGV. ... ..
Invist >lore in IVrtili/er J. k < t-ntral Trw ; I..n.
4 Vegas'l Phone If;. If hTKINS "
This comparison will be rrorc ; (j) \ 1,. TIIIfiPEX, JR. .

ITEM PURCHASED 1' .,aragaing if it has rained bv ': Dulej and ('>il ( luinsMPLIS Ht 2 Box 245-D Alton L A ll.K\\ .\ FOIt 'UtA ItOITR"FOrU'1 Is \l\:\l I!It[I.-V

tt!<' time you read this. CARTOON I rnQNE 297-J 4 WRITE THE: .I K \V VTKIN
iOMI'A.NYVFsT I'I\'I: If! .
'lovernment; figures tell us that FLOWERSFor StarLe Flo
: 4 TREE !ST..N-E. ATI.ANT \ i: \
i.-.rg: the last 10 years farm na' > FlU. SAT. DEC. 2s-2 .i I 4tihK J 1. .4

> AINISH .. !11Il ..S. ,re taxes increased an avera: '! AU Occasions DOUIJLE FE.\TllE: i
\M MUi: .\(, ; I IH .1 I: P.K\T h r..<.M, i" .U'- : i is' .
;6 rent Farm I : ",. P.\TO'I r.!; ,
per real estat.n'lies .In' h.-e.i lire" > .ml. _' I..|

l \\ YOU AND \ < UK.s 'S l II'' "I I up 40 per cent. Costs; o' | DISH GARDENS "Border River"Iixl s-rr.vr TO\K' : TJRIGHTs.STATE! RANK FI.A.-. !> .froom'\. s, *h.,1: k.'yI"IV..- \'rent d'-i ;i'l r.11,11I' :

f.I:11! machinery has risen 40 per, POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY M ('rca and \\unlll' I),.('arlPLUS ,) i PER FDICWF -ft.I
I
.\ MOST\ .
I :: Farm wage rates have averif :
PfT AND EU. USED Fill Ii 5lE: "i: TI.tF: : -l-"ur r. ....'
,01 i .i 28 per cent increase Farm t I i I MTIKB t-Irod: urmtnre' 1st. TH'. a. r*-- ;.and, d-v> wI .
t : .i zer prices averaged only : "Ma and Pa KettleAt I I Phone 4J. I 1u> k '.f K'-nlf'-il, Furmi-.. iT '.
JOYOUS CHRISTMAS Plovers Wired noriis :\"rl.U1' !: it :: 11.T 1i -.'
cent increase.
er i I \\ I: MV\1: el.-- ,n 'jrn.sh.-il i i 11' 14
Q ,' >". as we get some favorable j Home'Marjone ninT ."..*.iti.'r '.nc.r .
I 'I'I'i *ss ;i-'.ji<.. \'-rre.i-.. 1; I FOR CAI.Eitr"nt Steps 4 mil
.\nd A A. i ner. use of nitrogen will pay ; Anywhere :Main and ivnj hillind l I'11 I..d All f'i.\ itIIiIi&* \.. ; I I'I ft lengths Iritf rn"tall..li"", \ II |1-
: : 'T pasture and small i i I }I r. ..,,1 Mrs \\ H :'\"lIrnar.I al I tu-:: work -.f all kinds Judl Tf :.
HAPPY NEW YEAR grair I I'I Plus l'na I ('h ap. 13 55M.i: .-..t. ,..' ; l II" J.a'a\-eSt. Phone 2'I '
';' .ke oats and ne In adI! Nona St. Stub : '. In.i .
Color Cartoon For Kid I _
i :. to mue.uses I ; in :a'' wth. v,," \f'\ ':\IL'T b' '!: i: i V". ., I t
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t .i .> 1'! :le'i' ilo'.t I p" Il i "e (' i'1 1''0\1;; >A-. UN"! : j it' :s -fi'0'1 1l't''I 1:1:1: : ; l .1:1.1 J hit, '

Bradford High :_.: \> ur heck F,,; a d.Muent .'.It aNo Th 'i i.-i'' .1'i i til !1I.lhe:1: h..ve .1 MeIN ":\ I'

I the 'u\ heat feel ,.'f.. i"i: : htpnv' '' kr'iw' .1: ("!aH...: .t'
'd'\It'h. tty preadms
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Honor Students *1"- I an thmkmghmk : '
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.' i : with jam or jeK! and then i, 3d: is n !' H '? tcL.t': I = ,
t miinUUI: lll'ld wwrour -
:M-i of cottage <'hee.e. t, cave ail AM: :oi i the'hurtlies .
Following IS '::11' Hoio! Roll! f,.I' a '. ;ue ;.PC n_ p' ,ies to'' c- ,
; tht- :?i"< and I ;.Ix-\\' .k". period \\ haw f'ndvpreAel; n"P ,;,..i \\'e live in .i i:,'1' t'"'intjv I ,.;, i
f ':'\ .",i-: :and 1 f.trli.! .
Uiaii: i! I High:! Ntn.0.7th .:
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ty Lara tftfrqess,!{ofJ- I'; ., .i .if.: u.i '"'; 11:1 "m' honey'.r,4

Grade to... -- a __ '\I.If'.. WFBar-: : .i or ;"t'd .1 >.' t i 1.5: front "
Nathan Bel'k.< John F.''wa: 1 1I. F-ii: GaL.! .. K' ,' :d \ Adams. Edai i Adkins Tiarbai \\liiriin I |ph'pall'| ; to l..ad".lt.. 1 I. 11 :'.' ]'HI IT uniU i the rlii'nntieo! .'t I .

r i iBlankenship, Nat Dunkel Joal\(" tinl l hirllult..I! oar l.i-nl. I put ho'. It M10 _t'.- 1.1: It. Mlt 111- present][ Hi' \\''ifI make hi' ,, '-->tii"; (. .<
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1 dii'orate tit house, u I rep!'= 11 11\'. I sail: : :t '
Graham, Margaret Harrell }{ uj the tree never faded; t \p m.l th s mv i : open < 111
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Hernwall. Patricia ari-I and mail the iwkagrs. eleventh i I".i'.I, t -?; i <' r i,:i "it! 'ir La-t 'e'li mRho \' : .'' "
lyn or
I Chustnias in the Whoopee! How time does fly !lives in Cleiiwtter. Fli. patronageanb
Jo Ann Mobley, Shirley Let us keep .
II but each seems to be jut sent ur a basket of fruit. So VI !
Beecher PayntCarolyn Pellum. I II year
w'01 id luill( (
. Linda Wji.rom, Joe Sapp. Sandra (tI a little happier than the pre- "-e. even away out here arln-s fnenbli! Boob please acceptour
I And make a1! warare cease. las* learnedto 1 the: Mississipm Rner Florid
I have at
ceeding.
Solo. Sandra K.: Israel, Frames
I Thc.nas I Reminding U: of God's great live I helps to make our ChristmasLast sincere tfjaiiks anb best tuisfje5

gift Each morning when I awaken II I Sunday was Dons dayto
Nth t.r.ulr-
To all humanity.Let to Church. This is Sun- (for
Edith Adams. Linda Cox. Douglas say, "Goa I thank thee for go my Cfjristmasl
Christmas in the day.: We have choir on
us keep another practice
Cruce. Margaret Ann Douglas dajust guide me :
Johnnie Forsjthe, Thomas Judd. heart. through it and show me the Thursday night and will sing a''
I To everybody. everywhere. Dave Long, Dewey }{cKinney..9th With faith in God so strong right. Thus fortified. I feel I Christmas anthem. Saturday I H. P. MORGAN i
That we can glimpse the star 1 have my hair set real pretty and : ,
I everything will be for the test
Grade I of hope a! manicure. We wear black I I II I
I we wish you a most pleasant Gary Hale Chance. Deloris i And hear the angel song. no matter what happens. robes with white collars Two : Starkc. Florida I Iff
I think I told you we have a :
Cloversettle. Kathleen Conway -- Gail Brook Bucket light the candela on the altar. II
Ford ambulance besides tho
John Dodd. Larry Elder. Linda Nowhere that I have ever lived new the organ plays softy. We : I
Cadillac. When the roads
Christmas season one Gayle Green Tom Jackson Judy did the heavens seem more close bad or Don wants to make are along march in and the minister j
Lesawyer Margaret Ann Phillips and that one might hear thy
trip he takes the new Ford
i Barbara Ward Agnes Watson. I Christmar angels singing on
Itides nice. is warm in winter. I
Christmas Eve, as in Florid:
which will
long be treasured by lOth trade I Lar: night after supper it was
As 1 look back now to those
dark out and windy. The telephone I
D. Ritth Charlene
Green Christmas times I spent in Flo-
I and it was Dr B in
rang
Hardy Jimmy Hobbs Helen Kelly rida I have pleasant! memories t
you and yours. And for your Maurice Overstreet. Mara Ann of the great kindness of the I I the town wanting Don to go take

Payne. Franklin Patch Shi Smith people. I still remember the giitc. old Mr Swanson to the Lutheran I r

George Young. and invitation over to the Brine Hospital. Pool old fellow lived
business since last Christmas, alone in a little house down a I
sons with }Ir. and }Irs. Charley I
11th Grade; ravine In about 10 minutes I
Johns. I thank them from the
Virginia Darby Betty Faikas, I heard tie: sir:!n blowing as he I e
heart for being S
bottom of
my .1f A
our sincere thanks.BROWNLEE Jerry Gibson, Pat Hobbs. Sylvia kind to the lonely Clay. H.ll went through town with his sick I I
'.Ulk. Patricia 1'ellum. man. The siren wailed and sobb- j f\s\\
bless them I
school teacher. God !

12th trade I and may they have a Merry ed felt upon happy the that fiosty ray night good air.hu:.II' i'I C I
Christmas.
Mike Adams. Nancy Bates j: land helps to ease suffering ,
Joyce Beal. Marilyn Cox, ClaireDouglas I have the house all decorated. humanity. Ours is the :
only ambulance
Judy Harrell, Tom Long I i the Christmas tree up. and all in 40' miles in out I
Moore, Nolm, lighted with bubble Imhts Every
Gayle Douglas j' county. Sioux City is :22 mile
Bobbie Jean Oakes. Frederick j year I get a large tree that i. Christmas -"'tirig .
old-time
away but in Iowa. ;
Pellum Henry Rocharde. Mark- I high as the ceiling. Don calls it I Ours is a regular I
I''the school house. Its! I still like On Thanksgiving I wore m\
lee Tomlmson. Billy Torode Ann
Williams. I I a big tree. I baked a fruit cake new Persian lamb coat. m\' new l the kind we hope you enjoy
the day after Thanksgiving I I dress and hat. I was happy an I

t !I have mailed all the boxes but felt I have earned the n.<'e j remembering. and with it comes our

vi two to Indiana, my son and my I clothes It makes growing old
.. \(1f"I.1. LOVE the new F.terImmK i nephew. I will try and get those I not so bad if one can be well!! sincere thanks for

t / I. pruv-si/o fountain |Ice. ir out this week. I have begun to dressed and comfortable ,

,,1 pjotfl ..hallt.... Only $3.09 at I'.r.id- I bring home the Christmas card I HELPFUL HINTS: If someone ', "H your many past courtesies.'

r,. ford ('uunt) Telegraph. I in themaiI.Ialwa .s get a lot | in the family comes home I ..
from Florida. I Daisy '
suppose 'with a bad cold and you are'

I \ afraid you will catch it. start I .
taking about of bak-
a teaspoon

I I ing soda in a half cup of wate:'. WARREN'S\ SHELL SERVICE STATIONI
1 then Iii Ink ri.no.itei Do that
1I I I, after t"1 |h nu el! ar, d l v'u will nut I

I 1ETI@SI : Ito-Il !In,. old! i It '.\ iik<.',1 t t"l i m,' I I

If foil! -i :r,] t I i 'J'k i I I" I'llb'! .ink Starke Florida
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& CHASTEENStarke .
i .t To you and yours, we wish ,-- -&---,'--- -' ".. ,----_."-; :: -': ;.-----.'- _"'_: :' ::.. '_ =-o' ,' =__ : ,',-: .' ,__ ,'n. ,',: -- .'::::' :,:;


Florida \ the merriest Christmas you
Santa Says ,

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have ever spent, filled to

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overflowing with all the \J



-_- "' '. 4-"' many good things in life. I GIVE PHILCO

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a Were Not GOING OUT OF BUSINESS But Want

Your Business, So We Offer These .

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD -


A'icrrekiMmas!! Ii i I RADIO & TStuike \- I : 1 A Famous Philco CLOCK RADIO

Floiida
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--: 1 Solid Mahogany Phiko

j _I t Model' 730 M

: .f' 95

i: h > c -wf! ReaularlY$49,95 9 ( %


ac t.-. i Less :S20.00:: Trade-in For Terms


-_ Your Old Radio or Alarm

t 4 dock Regardless of Weekly


It's a joyous spirit that prevails > Big, big savings! Not an electric full- -
sheet or coverlet but a Condition t
quality automatic blanket. .
edge-lighted control for easy ....
during the Holidays. settings in the dark..."Lock- ?
In" plug Unconditional
"-year full replacement guar

A f friendly, smile/ for antee.it today Choice! of colors. Sea New Philco Refrigerators


: allJ Only ?} y| .95


.a light heart 1p. Lk _r -- :! Philco Twin System

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.a spirit of f \2,> Ii i I i Weekly Term-'h'a r 111 .-n= 1.\\ 'I'! 2 in One

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fellowship. --
good -:- = TWO IN 01'J.J. -:
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I Omstmas II I II Save Now Up to $150
t It's ferry\ I -'- :!jrn ,
a very ,,,- :...... --...>., !J', ',
Trade
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i are sending your way /* 'V! Ill G -r"-.L:1t' -.r. '-tor
; '-\ '" \;\ ?1 \ ___:::J-_= ;:;: ::-r' -i Refrigerator Be Worth As Much

xfif ffirUlA ( t0 As It Is Today
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Terms Philco Refrigerator.UHF .
\ STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY And VHF


B. T. THOMAS LUMBER CO i 21-inch Philco '

Carl John Owner
I i ConsoleAs C.ll. ASWORTHY GENERAL SUPPLIES

Phone 221'; or 41s Starke Florida I Low $4yiO Per
Starke Florida
As & "eekt Your Philco Dealer Starke Fla.
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BR,\ >FOIW COrXTV TELITiRAPII.:
STARKE. \
PAGE TWO FLORID 1KIIUV.: I 1)KTK.M15KK: : 21. 1'
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Social Security's that when the time for retirement Hunting Licenses i ii ng in the newly-opened Blandznod' :o hunters from ::t l'' :'

i Men's Clothing II BHS CAGE cnmc, every01 ker read Hunting area Eght perm.ts were V Ite.

II1II j ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1894 I Ill Disabled Benefits the ca.-j-to-undei-s>tand leaflet, i i: A total, of 927:: hmtng1ic ns !; -

Schedule Kat Is About Earning While Heciivm were issued front the Bradfor!
I
'Count\ Judges office during
Told Officers ; Payments, which is avail 1
!, By i able upon request at any social October and November as the
Dee J-I'alatl.a-llefl' A I I wcuntyoffice. i 1956-57 hunting season got un-
.-; Sever ely tlistblet01! kf'"S \\11;1 squad, I! s<|iiad and girls. I 1 del way last month. I
.... ._ >'.- I\ It will tell exactly how :your jlMJej; i
tt..J. Dec. 18 Lake Hutler
---- draw monthly cash benefits start- -there I The $7.50 state hunting permtI : :
benefits will be affected
Y" if you; vat
: t" :". \ !ing at age 50 under new provisions !i -Ian.\8-quad here and- A girN.:squad and 15 continue to work "Better still,"!'J purchased the biggest in the seller two, with month 413 ftJl S II i iHERB'S

of the Social Security Act, ., he said, "come to our office and
; :{., : I IIUuliIl| play Terry Parker period. Sales of County licenses 6.
,
L. G. McDowall, of the of kvm\ille and we will fce glad to discuss your '
manager girls'M .
L'> l i I.. rea ",.::;.w '. t, I particular problem with in
j. you
St. ,
!'. :: -4 Gainesville social security office, I play Augustine. '
? ; A total of 15S licenses :;ere sold
: The Gainesville
+ person social DRIVE INN
a i Jan. I]-Milliard-here A -
has announced. Such
'' disability to hunters planning to hunt in the
!security district office is locatedat
I I squad, B squad and girh.Jan. .
t' J.J benefits will not be payable be-' 12-ISalduin heregirls. IS X \V, 1st St. I public hunting areas, which includes Staike Florida
fore ; > the Ocala and Osceola
July 1937. .
:
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areas. Fifty-two permits were soldby
/ Disabled'Olkers must have: Ian. 1.:}-Holies-here A
> \ the County Judge for hunt- -
t( worked under social security five;| squad and B squad. .
Jan. 1&-I-'rnan.Iina-hl'f s
(4ji' out of the ten wars before be- e
i ,V squad B squad and girls.Jan. : .
I
: coming disabled and a year and 'I 22- '.K. Young; there V ,

--, I a half out of the three years i A squad and girls.: I

I ",' .. t'> \ immediately before becoming dis- I Jan. 2-'alatka-thrr A ;i.1'. r. ? ,, .Trm 'I 1'11I' 1. .. . :
<# I /: !jsbletl I They must also have a. squad anti girk..Jan. May the joys and pleasure? .tt ,
\ (II .
.J'' ,. ,\"D';"...... ...-. I medically determinable disability > 29-(;ireen COH--there : of the Holiday Season --"r..v'
;"Of -- i' I so severe that they are unable to I' ,\ squad and girU.Jan. t;: '
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: work. '31-I'eli.' 2-TournamentIVIi. be centered around tt
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: Santa I'e
Mr. McDowall -here Aspuad.
and
I explained that : you yours and ma
A' the definition of a disability is It squad and girls.
1 n'h.B..II.thl'n' .\ they continue throughout
the same as was included in
I I the 1954 Amendments which allows suail| and girh.I'ch. the days to come. e
A BLESSED CHRISTMASTO I disabled workers to freeze 12-Crt't'n C I\T-ht'rl ,1i

;their social security records at : .\ squad, I> squad and girls.: :' r k k
ALL OUR FRIE"DSJ.R.KELLY 'the point of disability. I','b. -I''rnmtlina-tll'rt' I ;

and .
\ squad gills.Feb.
Workers age 50 or overhn 19-santa te-there ,\ I II

,already have a disability freeze squa established will receive instruction I I II
2J I-ake nutll'r-hl'rt'
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Tai Collector *x m their social security I -
\ squard and 1! vjuutl.Felt.
office as to the steps necessary: ;
tlli-V. K.1 ounge; -here > H
Starke, Florida I tabled in applying for benefits. Dl<*- A squad and B ".quad.I'eb. !. f I ;

workers of any age who ''S-Cegional! tournament I' i :
have not .vet_ applied to__ hive : '
'!their disability determined under

I social security are urged to < i intact i :,
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i, their social security. office Earnings AllowedTo : -.
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now. .

1"\ j Mr. McDowall further exlain..tI! Oldsters On Wager'sService i : : .
( that '.
disabled adult children may'I
1
Chrstma.r1 I qualify for child's benefits effec-I;iSoccrSecurity/ / Station '
tire 1I
January 19:; The child !
must have been disabled before I j :
age 13, must be unmarried and I j I "You dun't hlt..) retire completely I I> Starke, Fla. .1 k ,I

ts a time for summing lip j dependent on a parent entitled to start drawing your / / / : ,
))i;\( I .n..,,.l-jl. security; benefits after. use I!.I I
to old benefits, m-- -
i age or dependenten II
a who I B5." according to L. G McDowall. 'I II I
blessings for acknowledging parent died insured. I
our i I, district manager of the Gainesville I

I soda I security office.
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with gratitude the loyalty of i Letters To Santa He explained that the 1951: Amendments .1\ I
: to the Social Security
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'1 Dear Santa: : Act permit earnings up to $1,200 ( / i 1 \ S I

our friends, and for expressing I i Will you please bring me a football !i in a calendar year before any \ ,, <
suit with helmet and shoulder '] benefits are lost even if you worK !
pads, guns: and holsters truck= in all months of the year. Evenif
appreciation and good wishes 1 I'I'I 1\ ,',
and cars, bubble "gum bank rifle you earn more than $1.200
and :ID"iewer.. I will be a good some payments can be made if 1I

that the Season will "' boy. Love, your total earnings for the year: r ,
i Bill Adams are not over $:!.OSO. Moreover I \ \ 'Ij ,

503 X Walnut St. you do not lose a benefit for :any >
be rich in rewards for JOlt !j I month in which' you do not earn I -- 'I Iilt I

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Starke. Florida I Please bring me a ballet dancer May joy reign in the
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-i Love. I II same time supplement his social ...in honor of Him

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FKIDAY. mCKMIiER 21, 1936 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPh STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE THREF


VVYYYYYYYVU'TVYYVVVYYVYV1 Sunday guests Rev. and Mrs. E \V. Home. !l lLocal eft Monday for her home in i i l-.t'h! < 1.dn! '. or d. nand mu=t be In f1| l'n't'ntv-tne (!1) r.\-t. Bradford f II j e heard at the time and place Official;, : Peal Charles .t Pir! v
\ I 'tri !II .i.K a'.d ivi-t state the place |I'.t 'oiintv, Florida, lying 20 feet onUi.'r designated. Clerk! of rirui t Ci.'ir: <. : .': .:' ': J
C. Harvey and children.Mr. CoupleVd I:Lancaster S. C. ,- r"ii.'n- and IH)*t-offce ad-'t-' s-de; i.f a ivMtrlne; said I WITNESS: my han a- ,! t--' = seal ""'Inly. FI.T.l.i.f .
and'huldrrn Willow Ruth Hammond. daugh- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Melton and *i ire-- ..I tht- l.iiin.int and must entt-r'.ine lie.nsr m..i'e p.nt.,ularlye'rtIe.I I f said Court on 'I.! '- .::"h .!..IIn!... k s Fv 'i. t':1 rvNovember.
NORTH SIDE i and Mrs. Harry Taylor I I l.,, sworn t.. 1.the claimant! : his I Id afollows ,:. 'J.
jter of Mr. and Mrs. W. \V. HamI 'f moved : A. I> to' ':.aik.Fl: r..i! 7 4- L : ;
ramily Saturday fromu, ,.
( of Middleburg visited Mr. igt-nt or hi :Ii..rn..y. or it will be-j i"oiniiieiK'e at Southeast 'Vrn'-r of I _
last Sun I mond. and Leaston Forsyhe, son :it:.heir home near Hampton Lake ,;'one void according-to law. I s;iid North half (X'of. Southeast
:Mrv ('arlAAAAAAAAA.AA1AAAAAAAAA1AA Unm II and Mrs. Rudolph :3app :Koxembrr :!9. 1J5S. jt!"uartrr! 15y lof Mr. and :Mrs.: Joe r'orsythe, 't o a house off the highway east '
Charles
I M. Sohmitt. Administrator n-rth! 2tr.> \1 d'-sree four ((4)
II II day.Mrs. were married Friday afternoon. c if Hampton. { of the E.-tate ',f Charles L. 11cII! niiii arid tl\\' (2 II) Mcnmlsjast j
I| G. L. Sapp is on the sick ; 'loon, a k a I'. SlaGoon, deF:: .ili 1 MS The 1-'-'rv boundary i
-I Dec. 14. in a quiet ceremony at | Mr. and11'5 Milton Misner
""inX "- III ;S; drVMU nbser\'ell J !ht. and we wish her a speedy the Bradford County courthouse. 'a ind son moved Saturday from(1 K.r-l reased.i',;! :In-all.-n on P...-. 7. 155S. ,ti.,]heivi.f isty-inif a Ji.iid>:I.II1'i't\ !\\ nty-'iir: Irmdrvd himredths !,

the ;'!tM-.iin of Pia\er IKI10l-;. t ecovery.Mr. 1 The bride chose a beige dress (:;ainesville to the house near the ) 1: ; 4t 1: :s 1,1 iIn .. (C'-;I..1) f. .'t to i"''nt. (,fl I CI;; / &w'I
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Martin and !i.-l.nip.: I" .ill pinirir -
Refreshments and :Mrs. Billy with black accessories for the 'ast limits recently vocated I hi ..
fill tfin-n mi.ssionaiR-s. e city I i ijy ( in-iiil Court ( 110. I'.iuhlh. In thus. d-.MT.lM, f.u S.iit.'iity
were r.->J1..ed Thursday daughter. Karen, were Sunday I j ceremony. Attending the couple i Mr. and Mrs. James Langley.Mr. ." d i.'ia! I. I in-iiil.i .B ruI I..rd ( ....ii't.l'I..i.I" > -,-isrht (ti;' ) il.'i,, t"f'. .'" I
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night, Deo 13. byVMU President dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs 'I[were Mrs.V.. W. Hammond and and Mr. Earl Fowlers and \tiiK i: or KIII: M-I "I"''lid"Ve.t.. .i '-.11.' t' >' \
Mis! G. U Sapp. Rev. E. C. Carl Brown. Mrs. Otis Forsythe. t their: daughter. Mrs. James I'--ol'" .i.l i'i'i..| a ]l"d!,,- !, .,! ",1.- > i iimlreil *isi\-! \t u .ind I 1..I1lndlhs .:'\ --!IV
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Harvey tended the meeting j I Miss Jo Ann McDaniel spent Fri- Following a weekend honeymoon 'Thomas and daught.Theresa *.i'i I .n. \ .1 M I >Mu..l-. ..t al.a! iii-! point" : : rim t'n', S:> .' 1.t ]l- t t tl t I Ito
Tuts.lanight!,: and gave an in- j II.tV night ami I S.itunlay w.thHAMPTON in Jacksonville Mr. and':'t Oneonta. Ala. \ sltt'dII Hampton I'.. '..J 'U'- -v. iity-iiilif (T''l: dtguifoi'ly., .
f;\o ( I") II :nit' and f..r'y (40)
teiestinilisi; : ussion on missions 1-1.ln, ,". )1,1% t Ln. Mi s. Forsythe are spending sever1 1: for several lays ,last weekend sol II I: in-,. IMIMIMIMMN: : ';, .."mlW i -: a .).-1,111' t> ,.t fixritiujrd
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Thirteen nhes took part in th. aI days; hero with their parents. with the: Hershfl! Parkeis..L It 'I lie \:nrrinl lt> I 1\mliwritf1' IJ..tn-1. and tw i.nh>
.Levan, ,'. .........y ._........, !t'.I\'in1{ after Christmas for Ft.Mayers. in '110.. Male in I'luriila I i'Tn 1 ;<: "e> fn't S"rtli t : ill Mt.rijrle irv-i. I islu>").n! ; i7M'iKiV.s. runheiii
M.I. WllnM IT :M\V COX- ,
Kveivontis cordially invitet'; : Va.. where Mr. Forsythe; I.O\K: the new Kterlirunk : ,'1:1:1:1': ::: : t. .il:! p. r-ois"! and f I.. th.: :,\".->;\ C'., minute* and !
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to attend the Christmas piogram \ 1" stationed with the army. i iiniM--si i ii- < I!p.i't.i"tht. ;'!,1.1 II.t! ,. .IIr jit.i-t.: : : ;f-'aif.,iimiiir any1'!".f T line h'.ii'lnd t' ul.tj-; <-nf ( :.M) OUT Many fiends and Customers
to be }hrld Friday night. Dec21 I'rrsunaKMrs. .pastel\ shades. Only S3.: !) at J'.rad-! i.;..::, ,.,' ''I::1,, 'II I" !' oil mor-f?h-, I.:fit to an an;;lr l iH'.i lun thence!
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: Hazel and Mrs. '. n rt.iin'!! !".11'.1-, or: l.tml hervinafter l' >M\ty--tv i-.7) degrees I
at 7.T: ) o't-Jw-k. No gifts will br 11) :Mrs. 1). t:. I'ill Keys .nl ( "Hilly t Telegraph.' .1. '-.1 ,1..1 alll 11.,. f"I1"11 .iig p.i,. .ii. ( rty-- I H) nnniiiand fl.rt-\)
fhanded.. We will have a guest 'Kenneth Ritz of Winchester. Ind., timlli'-r! with all iiiKii..un I..M .-on.claim.ng .- !.4 4"i .-<'! omlVet. .. tli>lance of I Iwe \ I
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.-|)eikr: >A ho \\ill help observe thtn I i In I 'I lie ( .nnly ii :: 4''usa ri Inliul !iin. ,' !1.--. to tl. .iter's edge
of Christmas. Bai= Keys and Mrs. Ray Bono his I'ur llrnilfiiril tminly known I' r-.t- who aii deal', orwho j if, Uow.ll I.akr. .-., ,1 I I l-well! l.aket'nr I
f meaning Jl'ssleIa.; Brannen of In rnilialp.In : arc not known to Vs di-.d or J JName ,, .
II" : rt'f."r.'t d! t" \!flat.r! i>ond
of fruit and candy will be giventn :I Haitow. Dennis r.mnl'n of Lake sister of Hartford City. Ind.. left IU-: i-t.i- ..f i'i.,1--:. L. Mr .'- j";.I1\'e: .n I'.- 1'I.. '. the V. S.
present.Ve i:Monday: for home after being ;. "nil a k a' i'. K :MaOn-n; d.- 1 1i tiiddifrr__rt f'i;,.\ !d, : '.
eveiyone I land. and his son. Billy Brannenf i""a .-il. I .1 :M. KduardStarke: Flfrlda: ,' : i '1 ;, .' \ m. are here-
\ will:! observe our Homecoming -, Ft. Myers, weie Sunday visitors I( here for his funeral last Wednesday '101111: -10 < Kiiii: loito i iAll I l.ncil-! (\ Jtf"lIds.'ark": i : }'l' r.,1 i. S .. i>i,,-ar ilth"
and several ('ft..Ii.r.r tlie! f-titc nf la 'vIlier. Incorporatel, a D<-.i" i 2id:
spending days i ; day of
Day on'Sunday, Jan. 6, whith i at the Raleigh Brannen horn 'I ,Phark-s J.. :M.-n.M.n. a k 'a r. 1_ :Ma- I Corporation ". II' t\ It..t lipht.ns i HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
meet- [with the Key family. IH. i.- notified Corporation Trust rnIatd ;, \ '
will stat a week's revival ; in Hampton. ; fl. d 'ct-i> d l. aie Ii er' I t- > nilr any
j Mr. and Mrs Wesley Griffin anil renuireil to fi1o'! anv !'!aiiu < 1iIiIIIinzr !.i !1.\' .-' ; IK anv f th.
in;;. Everyone is invited to comehtve I Mrs. Otis Forsythe and children, or ilemanda. &' tln-y may haveaganiM Jai k"oin-:: : .: .1'.1K ml.iti'l, I I -how,
and i and daughter and Mr. and :Mrs.: tinOffice ,1.! t .\. .
dinner. enjoy singingjtnu of Jacksonville Beach spent several said Kst.ite in : .t "hull.I! n.' !1"
I.T. L. Peoples and sons are leaving ; oi the County Judire of Bradford .\ strip of land '" fft wdotlii.'iiKli -..k. ,. r th!" 11-" .III'! .. .. -. Stat ke Florida
playing together. days here last week visiting 'County "Florida in the fnurthouse a "..rll"l1 ..r t' :Nih' : '
today for a holiday visit in within eight half I i.V i ..f S. "n.. -' ii.i_ :, J' .. I
-Mr and .Mrs. Fred Lanler! Slurlf ; with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsythe at Starke Florida I ifiSK',1
Stewart. Miss. calendar' monthfioin\ tlie date of .f .S T. \ K i
Jtan and Mrs. Billy I and Mrs. Ina .. I
\ Aldnteh Knight.
the firK ]iulilicati! of tli':: n ticf. 1' II -!h |I' \ i- 1 1WELL'S -
Tom Forythe spent last weekend -
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Ciawfuid and am were visiting The December meeting of the, visiting at Lake Butler. L..- -- _: '-- -_:-.-- .: : .'...- -- ,-'!. .. : ':_ ),
tnrmls and relatives in Alabama \VMU has been
Hampton Baptist I
I Mr. and Mrs. C. }I. Layfield
last week.Mr postponed a week to Thursday, I
and children of Gainesville visited
Sarah Alvarez had as Dec. 27. at the home of Mrs. J.' I '
[in Hampton Sunday afternoon
''with his mother. Mrs. C. H. Lay-
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cjiid family of ..JaC'klIDn'iIIe'isited ,
in Hampton Sunday with herplI'nls.

: Mr. anti Mrs.. Les Brown. (J\

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and ofGod's In (irruit ('..u.,. Ilrnilfurd IV 1.1. 1"f: Jar.- .. ,
.VVIHILL tended church at Clay Hill Bap- > blessing an understanding I t'vmitr, 1: it: Nmli-r To tpprarTo I
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; l'han'ery.D..n..1.I r..d/.I.I II'Ill. i Vo-pev Jill F. P.i"'
| list church with- us Sunday:: morn- word. We had several withus : l: 1'.11..1'1.! ,- .:.-., v-. MIIK: ..-:.- M.iria. ile C. .!a Ol.irirawh. : : I U ('I..tllt Court. Bradford C.uol7. '' Y.i.-s- ..nti. 1.i: ;_. ,
I 1 ingThey came home with us that night who had not been I' i.iln !'..,iK. liil. liilalit N .: .. .. ,- hrl' l\. g.i.n tl.at the.11 h n..1iII.rr>.d< ne and ::1I1.lr.- iI'i Florida : In 4 haD"rr r. -. K. I .1 i i
CLAY '..iv, 1"..1". ; 101' .. M.irxriike, .'Ii. !'if*'t r. r.i.: 'r' f*. artrr '.d file the erlg'nal tn I" *
for sometime who had I 1''' < : ed 'h- lath You are
hurried present day of hereby .
notified .
ate that ault'fjr ,
i and we soon a up Order ut rublli-allon and :Nulli-e to \..Lin.: r, l--: ,.:, flyd; a f naf l aiouiit.us '- dnorcehas a > -. .\ :: C. Cii,, : -r. P. :. .!an- \,f the Clerk of the Or .
dinner and went to Kingsley Lake been members of this little church Appear: Male uf Florida ToraId.1.tc.I tare No. l'-.l-S Ifl.V t'l> t.j i li l\ I
.. .. .. ; .t hrr adn ,mstrat.n off been filed against in the .
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I' :\ til" \ .It' 1' /in. \\ h ,)I. j., you Nullce 10PI..ar .. '-.. II. _.
Sirs.! J. I- Strickland4AAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA sister Lizzie Strick- Among the number were Kev tinetate of J.1Ul..S K\vn Load- above named Court and .
Ill to see our ; I- i..l; i--: T., -, -t.tei. cause and T.' Arthur! i' "h'h. -'.. v'c -.. .d J C. i 1'.1 It ; u. .
the and first K'-k'. .. !11101.) .. h'' :It/. >r.. tI.,1.. a'd tiot.e: 1S you are required to serve a copy of I Iyour rt-iinie anti alltr-- .' .
land. Found her looking and feel.! Junes former pas- : 111 a. 1 IT 1; r.- fe i..l i i "
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line I than tor of this little chuich Mrs. "i tin- tiott-. '.. t.nh complaint on the i iH. '
better we expected .T.inti.iry !14 I'I'.T .1 n, tin .il.m.. ". r 11'tk for P'.a.ntiffAttorney You are hereby notified that a suit ..1 II. .r f i
WI' have l bet-fl a.-ked! by several Found sister Florence llornrbyon Prescott her daughter Barbara :named Court and cause, wherein four. ii'ii-ni.1 .\ < \I. ;n-. .q'l'J\.lti..n] ] ; C. H.iMn.n.! P. O. Pox 104. foi di\nttr% toml"\! .. ; r ."i- > '- i. :.. ..df..I.i i- .
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I liUiniiff: -.I. do- nl ; aLm..r.y and J. '. \
in the Green and all of Green Cove, and Mr. and. .\. and file the : .q
whv we had.no news Wilbur daughter Hazel I II Bradford County Telegraph shall II tea l. .solar Judge i.f oriK.ual la the office I pr.prty j. l J.y
]I Mrs. Bud of Jacksonville ;publish this Order r.r.iiifi.nl i- ''ii.tj F-I.! 1.1., .. f..r the 1 tal'JUoi.,1 iof the Clerk of the Circuit Court on has been filed
Wainwright In :
Tn-.e paper or the starke paper son-in-law Les Hall all there. We next four' ..r It-fr.. the I against \.iU in the .
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f v.,1 day .f 11 .IIII..r.
I' weekly issues. a. .IIr.r.lI"!" and above named Court aid c4e and > ": .' -har-: 1 '
last "'J>t'k."ell., we were on the really enjoyed the visit. From Beach. I Witness my hand and official 1':.I final d.-, h." ".. "t tl),.. timlrri.jrnul ;11956; otherwise the allegations at you are required to .r\e. a .py of ? f the .' .
and unable to .1 .d 1 at ,.:1.t? Ii... Kl'l -; .1 .\iliniu-iia't.\: nt said 'said Complaint will be taken asconferred I Io.plaiM i .o-b '. I', "
sick list again i there we went on to see Brooks We plan to have our Christina- dl. Ml.s Ii til .. i ii jour. answer er pi. "low to the. > ii i ; >
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by
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<.1."f "nal.-I l i 1 1"-,!,_ ) ; on 1. o 1'.liff's;
WI ik We are sorry, but probablya :| Shipman. who is on the sick list I entertainment and Christmas (OFFICIAL !n.u.i Sl.iit. Ki.dd. 1.lI..I/! H. Ins- 'i This notice shall be published Ionce t

rest from our nonsense is good j We spent a few minutes with : treat at the Clay Hill Baptist I Ch.nlfs: .\. luit.v. .1- ..\lli.tll-llaM\I of r'I... K-la': weeks each In the week Bradford fur four County consecutive?ele- ,

for all. We are glad to say we these good folks and hope Brook. :, hurrh next Saturday night Dec 1 1I lr M.irmn Clerk. nf the f.rciiit! Cnurt. I lam.Kimti I.. iad I.oadlioltz.. Sr. graph. I j
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1'111CIl'rk 1..1 : .1.1\ .
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ate feeling much better today will soon be well again. |I I 22. We also understand the Church Chak. IJ. llf-- :o4-fl'i) Guaranty Life K.:l-' |I'u',: -'ml' ,.u II. .'. 14 I I'f.r. 1 1i Offuidl Seal 1'harltA.v.Darby I

(Monday ) We are including the I I Mrs. Robert Martin and family j I of God Holiness plan their Christmas UuililniK. Jat'k. (jn"llle.o'I:1.. : :n ir s 41NO 1 Clerk ..f 11... Cirit Court
I VM i-1 I' r. i i- I 4: i : -- By Marian L. Cioslv. Deputy Clerk !
few news items we had last week. from Stai ke were visiting her exercises the same night. n< i: 10 rn\u 11 .'' 4t U 1.Iitl(1'In .
The Strickland, Rev. Lane the You Of course, all are invite to the lit < Irruil (''''''1. llrndriiril ('''UIII" .
j parents, an Padgetts I :\(urr: 10 ti-rnui I'li.riila; In < hnmrry.W \ : i I
Clara and Dorothy vices. In I'Irruil Tourt. llradfurd '. .. ll'I'CtltIn '
daughters Sunday.We sei ( .UD',, '' ;' .111 i i il n. i l"a: niiff \ flrruil I'"r', Bradford Counts, I
yrandson. Mike, were all in I'lurlda; In ('ht O"U1. J., i.1'1 II. ';.. nI "" 1 1.t..I.I'.1: i PUriila: In 4<< hnnrrrT..Ii -
and The school '.. .. .
learned of I children ar all looking -' i.l. ii ". _,, -
Sunday morning "i -i \ I' '
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Strike Saturday.Gene I \\ >! .'l.., !I' 'L '.'totlee'1'oApprar i 1' r
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last week that Homer Padgett's forward to the tvo weeks 1. %fiprnr J.-in (.'. Jll: iK !., I I'. .1 'tl.I' C' :
little '- 1"- !1'1!; T. I C: /al..i'. II t.: r.1 .". Mlid !1...-, .. \ l"-Ui.: .
Lane: and our grandson I son was stricken with virus; men- I vacation from school starting :\ .. M .11.1! ailil-i -- '- K.-I-., i, :\. .-e '1.. ,\pprnrT. -e I.11. | :-.i

Eddie Lang, visited grandpa ingitis, but are glad to state heir I Wednesday of this week. 1' I'v. ; !Ii.1 "__. \\ \1.1' l'"th.ll1. AIal..in..iY.I .. Jtj'i' I 'I.lt.u.! .I t. ul 1.-.' n-i-I I -- I
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: are hereby notified that .. : fl ,.
a ill -iml 1 .
.loI
MI i- "- Ikinnu" :
: rents and others over the week- i slowly improving.Mr. Dec. 30 we are to nave Grant .n II 3. :Nl ,\ \ ..- K II r.I 1 d.M'l'Iii .. You are hereby notified that a V ,-1 I..ij/fi' '
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You are hereby notified that asuit !l.f 11 :iilttl,! 1 in th.. I
end. : JK.IIIIon -nit f..ril.nn.e.
and Mis. Marklee Padgettwere Thomas son of one of our deacons f..r di\oi.,. ,
above named Court and r- ,
cause and I
.
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The Frank Wellhausi-n family I saddened last Wednesday : in the Baptist chui t'h, preach has been filed against you In the you are required to serve a copy of ..f i:..n..i i j 1..101 i
I for us. This is another Georgiaman I Ii above named Court and cause and your answer or pleading to the com- has been filed against yon In the t,
rolled on the Stricklands Satur- morning by the death of their you are required to serve a IL. n' on tin. l'I.IIIIItr'II""I" -. above named Court and cause and 'f: I II
day evening to get the Christmas I baby born Tuesday night.: Burial i fiom Tifton who is taking i i copy of your answer or oleadlnc to .I i'. \illn-! .Ir ami S.:'111,11. 1 \\' you are required to serve a copy of'' 4.
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the complaint ''n the riaintiffi ; I'. i'. 11.'I., < : .
tz. M iAIIV-I.P.!! '
care of two churches at the -: your answer or pleading to the "
present i
tree for the Long Branch I was Thursday afternoon in the I I, .\ ..nu x .1"1'1 l K >11'1'| |' ::1'' T:' : ,li complaint on the Plaintiffs h ) ,
('lunch. It seems they were t<* Long Branch Cemetery. Thejhave time. He will be with n.s in Kli-i Ida 'I'-tl.' "I''I i :I.I M. .I..l'I.-,. \ 'and file the original In the office of .lit..,IU. i. II C. I lilil! ii P. O. .

trim the tree after they got it to the morning services and probably I II 1 Mi-! .'. rioi.Oa i 'he cu-rk of the Circuit Court on or 1 I I'.ov In I I. C.u.u; I' i.lu; ... Klunda. '
our deepest sympathy. ..
I and file the original In the office of before the and file the original" the officeof .. / .,,
the church. Bobby Moore was with us last I in the evening services. The best'I the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ; 01.! ., 1 .l.llrlal, I'l'.T.; the Clerk of the Circuit Court asI i .. ...... \
I way to know i if he is at both i.i-Ior.- II.. 1 I'll il.iv ..I| .1.:1:i 1': -.- othrrui-e the allegations of said or before the I. .. '.
We raw Winnie Harris and I Saturday night and a goodly otherwise the allegations of said Complaint will be taken aa con- :"I i ii.iv ..r I' rrd"! i. r-i; ; I I
set vu es it to 11 nuo' and I !see. Complaint will be ife.d l' '
taken
confessed oy you. otherwise
as the allegations of laid
both
filoiia Starling Sunday, number of our congregation came
I II by you. from Jacksonville! visiting rely from Green Cove Springs with I I ....vn..n.rtfvar.v.hIGHLAND This notice shall be published one ofii-r each week for four consecutivewrk by you. : : .
each week fur four consecutive'weeks s in the Bradford County Telegraph. j This notice hall be published \ )
lives at Clay Hill. him. His subject war The Hindered I|I
the Bradford
in County Tele once each week for four Consecutiveireeks
Our daughter, Minnie Gurr and Prayei All who missed this graph. f I'.i'nl !!h:- :J deg "f I'!. 1'.,in. ", in the Bradford County Tele.
Jaekson\'il1e' I missed a gieat I I'l .!' f.> 1 1, li.II. ..f I', !:.1.. I. I-':";. I'.inl !lu2s: d.t. ,.r Nvt tuber 1 \
Hubby of message leally .
son .
: '. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles "Darby r.'..:.
I (.Official Heal) Charles A. Darby, Clerk of the Circuit Court OFFICIAL SKALt Charles A. Darby

I Ity Mr!*. Lacy Nornwn Clerk of the Circuit Court '!I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk t' t r .ML.
By Marian 1... Crosby. Deputy Clerk 1':. ; : .. '
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In (irruit fourIiradfunl! (' 'r.riiiriJa .
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Mr. and MiA new.f the \ i: 10ri: \II
In (irruit {'.....,, Ii rail furl (*itun(7t' : In Chancery.Tin . 1feti
i State Farm visited Mi.s MaggieCrews ".I.I 1" i -.mi. I. I'. i \ : rw s
.liirnlii : In I liini-rr, I,1 .\ ;0..011'. :.,," I' 1 I Irllli I Il f
I last Sundae afternoon /. n i \ I 1.11 I S-". ,'I!I'. I r.i,Hr: r : \ -. F.I; *
We \
Celebrate I L''db.; .-....; ti, p.'I ii ml.iir I- r :
i They all went on to kvmvtlle ; 'i- S '. !1"-1. .t'rlratlre : ; Autlt-e. To .Appear / ri ,
T. \nn :\.inv .gut. \' r rAt I
i to'i:.it the 05'.31ItC'nrmicks' \ 1"1'"'''' a.iill. ."I. I .
and '
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TO ri.\.i I i.n.i: .
siniiii 'I'
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I Oscar i is a patient in St. Luke'fI i 1'--1.1011". '.. ud ,,".Ii.-- i- f :Mi-. 1'".II, SIM..I. I'.lohN: :N> s'" 1 .. i iI
I Hospital. i I. i E: ;,d. .ir.. i.in. :\u.J..r! 1. Y..II alt hl.r"Ion"lr.o1. tit". i' .i -. I
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": nfi.lk. 111guua. for divi.rif, has !J. n f.-.l! i-- i
Mrs. Jame Marr Youngston and .11 the al'iiic n:01".1 'rn. .r .1 1 1liaue
I :' You you
are notified
hereby nat !
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Christmas ; .1 I t" > '
and you are i.ii.r. \
son. Uickie, of Charlotte, X. Care f..r .1.va :n. ( ii-t.ilv 11".1. .
w
I I Uolltl"'l! "t iii.n.-i, h I M a copv of your aii-ii.T m 1']': n. uIo
;

the Chrir4.mas holidays -f tin1 I J'. "
: spending the complaint| on i t -
: ; has been filrd against you In theabove .
Attoii.-v II i". Kaldii i ,n l P -' ";
here with friend and rela- named Court and cause and
"
I iiiiHit, .iin-i-\ill "-1 i 'L. ii d 1 Chstmas time realize
i we
you are required to serve a copy of .
tives. tinof r
file! th original in
:
i your answer or pleading to the i
I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Norman recently -i I complaint 'on the Plaintiffs the Cltjik of the Circuit,, r.-t. ,;: .Mor
licfoitthe "l.-t dai nl !I'! "
I visited Charles Moselv, who I I AUorm licit l.ink: Fr.1 lUiililiniJ.i.I'uil.-r. 1 Io'"" 1-1 P.t.'ifi; otherwise the alltj.iti"n-. f

Let it never be said X11 : is a patient in St. I.uke's Hospital ;i i '' h'1".rl.l.tand said Cnmpaint Mill becoufe'sed taki .1. more than: ever how much our
file the original in the office of 11)y U. 1 t\i i iI
Mr. and Mrs. Edwaid Herndon 1
!
I the Clerk of the circuit Court on or This notice shall be jmi.lili'donce : .
each week for four c"11"1, i.-
of
any of us that no are the proud parents of a daugh-I before the
Iter Hill day ..f .J.IIIII.HV. rc.T: weeks in the Bradford Count T< it '
born Dl'<'. 16. ,otherwi.the allegations! of said i giaph. \ friends-both old and
room is to be found .; t Howaid Marr of Jacksonville {Complaint will be taken as confess- Dated this 26th d.iy of ;N.iiin'.r.; ': }.. po new
led 19.16Cl'KFlCI.
I by
you. ;
visited his mother Mrs. KuthMarr. : This notice shall be piUilUhed .\J, SKAI.) I Cft
for Him{ in our Sunday afternoon. once eacheek for four consecutive Charles A. I'ati.v.
,I weeks in the Bradford County Tele Clpik of the f.rcnit (" '111"*.
hearts. I:e\'. Bifihop of Jacksonvillepreachcj graph. ,[Py Marian I* Crosby. Deputy Clerk. have meant to us throughout

I both services for us last I 'n Kit.il,. tin- 1 ll'th dry ..f I'm.'1I1o. r.I" I I 11 .v 41 I 11'1: I a o

Sunday.:: He was accompanied b'i I
lUKKiCIAl. SKAU Charles A. Darby
I :\011/'E jo \ 1'1'1'I'ull \u
,
I I I Clerk of th Circuit Court.
his wife. In ( Court, llrnilfurd. ('oUO',.
By Marian I. Crosby. eouty ClerkI the and than
past year more ever
I Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Xorman rlnrlji In ( hsnrrry.Tonle ,
i iI I! i; II 4t 11 .\r.-illi" d.. OIiv.-r .i I'lin'if. eDf.
and son visited the H. C. Grif- I -- I" Maria diCosta I'l.vi.i! i. I'. 1n.l-
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fises of Lawtey Sunday afternoon JI..I.I.rust In and ant.
1 I II"'I."I. ..,. ( uniilt, I'lnnila Ca-e N '. 1"'. 1J:- IJfKl
P. D. REDDISHSheriff Bet tire is very sick at present.Mr. I I there is a special meaning ill

I and Mrs. M. L. Thompr.in :

of Bradford County of Ja'ksonvil1e'isltpl' the Laccy ,

Xormans Sunday ,
morning.
Staike. Florida t t- these wishes for Christmas
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griff .. a Merry
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and little daughter of Jacksonville (' .

visited the Albeit Xormans I o .. r .

i last Saturday. The Dick' starlings' 1Jtay there ,.\''"

'I of Heilbronn were Sunday guest I
Edwin W.\ Peck
of the Xormans. come to you at ?

Mrs. C. M. Guff,, was in Jacksonville H. C. Wall! Agency'Phone '
this Christmastime '
i Saturday. afternoon. ( 1- HATEMAXg
r.w ''r

I all the prelifehealth '* : 146 Pulpwood and Timber Dealer
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cious things of j 200 E. Call Street .
4/ JII"-rf Starke. Florida
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special happiness happiness* and i 11-
the
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enduring friend .
brings .:
Christmas I

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mem' rr-.. f" OPERATION D
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friends- 8 t
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of f thecMa1 GENE LONG : eiP


FOR BETTER FARMING
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Independent Life & Accident Ins. Co. c. enJ ,I .',

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(;'ladj'* Harrington, Supt. U. j 1 lodn.dr.) ,:;nofamndrI'f.nl.) '
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Mitchell Brown -- .Mrs. E. I.. EduartNJean i to our friendsConway's : I

I s"it. h Feed mxng, pumping! ,

MacClean Nell II ut>onStaike I ; KEEP CHRISTMASAT I _, mill cooling...for scores of


Florida I -, other chores..Sunshine lie

.1 Service Station I hi-lp> maL.e .farming more convrnicnl -
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Starke Fla. i prohtJble! Join 'OPf'ratl..n II,

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We wish you the i ? di r -
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greatest happiness that I i I I fI I ::1 A L Its




comes with sharing Christmaswith I Local businessmen offer

I ; ,. attractive and dependable


merchandise at moderate 1 y % .
friends and neighbors i

I prices. They deserve our f l ,
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dCO I patronage, for Christmas

and with sharing the whole
and the
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., year through. Money FOR /


Holiday with Him, .8. fin spent at home helps 'to I f BETTERUi/ / ? .. '-

boost local prosperity. .
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His house31errir I U I I t.

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$ ; )( make Letter
.. I appliances gmng l r

:JirihuQ I. y. tq/: A'7 i LfUerliiMig'Toasters.coffeemal---! i ,

dozens of time-saring electri-< f
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'""'"' helpers give added leisure f ,r I l
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MR..1ND MRS. R. .\. E15ERLE CO. Member Florida

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I and pedestrian cio>>swalks. Never'' -
Don't Let TragedyMar
fi nt! into tiafpL from between \ "
The best of ?
pu hell cais. 1-/
Your Holiday 0 -
-I. BE COOL" PHIVER ::;.
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The holiday lush and bustle of- !! 1'1A. H "

th J'rG m Christmas .s a jo\ou, and exiiting season. And it is i lence. Traffic is heavj. Control U 111 aS ;
just these elements that too of- ;your temper when behind the : a
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L. B. (Red) ALVAREZ ten contribute to tragic accidents I I I wheel! and never take unnecessary i' to each 0 f you ',t -
1 Both motorists and pedestrians chances. V
SERVICE STATION -
j are apt to be so preoccupied with ', :3. IF YOU DRINK, DONT I .'
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Starke Florida :holiday plans and festivities that RATLIFF CHEVROLET CO.
j DRIVE. At hoidaso! < lal affair I ;
_(they let their guard down in'
traffic and that's when accidents where dunks are reived don'tdrive I Starke, Florida : DOYLE, THE CLEANERStarke i
t if you have hat; even "one :
are most likely to occur. '
Florida
for the road :
Here are a few suggestions for i !
a safe holiday season: I iI I
1. STAY ALERT. Don't let ex- FOR DEPENDABLE
I citement over holiday plans and i I
': preparations divert your attention Termite Control
j i from careful driving and 1

: cautious walking. Household i I
2. SLOW DOWN. Inclement i Commercial l
I weather and more hours of dark- Test Control I

ness during the holiday season Gro\e Spraying
make it doubly important to reduce -
speed. Don't be overanxious (all PR. C-G033
1t
to reach that gala pally 01
to complete your Chii-tiraihoppmg. Florida Pest Control
> Last Christmas excessive -
speed was the not frequent & Chemical Co. i / r I I
driver violation. I
24 X. \V. IGth A\e. iI I
3. BE A CAREFUL PEDEST I
RIAN. More than half of the Gainesville, Honda \ MINI v tk'1'yJpJlA '
traffic accidents at Christmastime h
n
involve pedestrians. Don't
let your enthusiasm over select- :I
ing the right gifts rauv M Uforget to

1'1I1tXcv't.common-sen. allY 1%t :ki;':paftt1'''' < : F: f--(
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umbrellas 111' MI ha.1 I' : ; I W4LMay

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I FRIENDS ANDCUSTOMERS s to ifu e II
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I 2'ryi \ lei ,l'bofs \yith thcn a ahes I!
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CRw, tc\J\ hope and peace, and above all, tot I
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I i mel'I'I good cheer, be yours at this r best I

Jenlj y !! \ I

j WISllES .j. happy season; and may unhappiness be i'I' .

forever unknown to and
.. !1"'jOS ; you yours.
hristh1as I I
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HAPPY NEW YEAR j i I i


4 SAM ROSENBERG & SON I :!!J ,, Western Auto Associate Store

Starke FloridaLW 1I S. R. JOHNS Starke Drv Cleaners & Laundry

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your Christmasbe ueasons


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'\ happiness and good j (never before has so much bigness and luxury cost( so littler )



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lo us this thing called business is founded largely on .''. ., .

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;\\ friendship and the desire to be of service to our cus VVV IN MERCURY'S LOWEST PRICE SERIES_\1"1,1,'. ,, '. l'i.I' |1"11 < ." I"1.-", .I i, !II.! I ; .. \I.! 'J' I'V/ .. I." .... ..", .... .. *'

C ] tomers. We have appreciated your acquaintance and
THE 'S7 MERCURY lirins-- foci the liitiiKt -. /'iIt'r.'a't'illllwirlllu-In.It'\t'r all. "
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I Exciting Time .:abulous Friendship Party in the|'i matinee Horse Show and! ,t parade \\as truly wonderful and at eaihjspeakers was Dr Evelyn lIa3il.l'; *.. -eded ?i\' .-\->.., .
irafjon Ballroom and the \Ves-lat; the International L.\e; : uk e'ent1' received atuetiye gifts author :in.l I I On Chicago Trip inghouse Educational Foundation|Exposition \\' enjoved a box from the 1'pon-.1rs. Even the relations She -poke o-i 'TWn.tfie )1 iojave t,. '.\111 i it ','
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