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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 28, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I Yule Weekend\ Is Bradford Officers Are Told Bradford Man, Auto Crash Hurts


] I: To Follow Bond Schedule

Free of Violence Is Injured In Parents And

.' County Judge T A Yawii l.i>ll.u'k tho- schedule BabyYouth
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; ., t" ., \'. clamped down on law enfcicement In no instance is the amount '
atiJ1 \ ] Putnam Crash
1 As Arrests Rise officers in the matter of the bond accepted by you to

be other than that specified in
bonds from
"I'alleptm per
\ l/t'""J"( Th.lung' Christinas weekend irl sons charged with traffic of-i the schedule for the particular i ij I Pleads Guilty In Court ;
A Bradford County man wat
... ", fenses. offense, unless such reduction ir Fined $100 License
.If ,\ I ; l"idford! County was unexpected- I seriously injured Wednesday Suspended
.. i:' !h quiet. Sheriff I*. D. Reddish In a letter to all enforcement | bond "is first approved by the I night in an auto-truck collifuon ,|[

)<;.:.. i epoi ted Wednesday. There were I II ,i officers bringing taaas intc j' Court. near Florahome on SR 100. i A
.i young couple and their 2- and broken
i I a left lee \\
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Yawn called in the
h> I -i. no automobile wrecks or violent j County Court. Judge The bonds for
I'i I I The nian'i11iam Crosby, 32i I months-old baby were injured and praying that his eye vv... t>-
deaths or injuries in the County them to adhere strictly to a schedule are: driving while intoxicated i I :
Yoiiiigst.--s reeehiil a ling cor fruit ami ruiul.t I rom Santa Clans, was reported in critical condition a 19-year-old boy arrested as the right." the doctor said.
schedule of bond.i to be accepted reckless
the sheriff said. $200; drivingexcesfvve
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In-fore i-nteriiig: the Honda 1 h. atr, lor the movie purl) ;ji i h en li.v ,i i iaw violations which I excessivespeed at Alachua General Hospital! result of an auto collision last :Mr. Stnckland suffered >,n. I.
for traffic $35
speed.
j boor in the numbei :
the Klks. Friday iiioriiiiisH"' children art (ieurge! Hurl Itulihy :.iriinIon. A sharp :|, The Thursday morning suffering from Thursday night at the cornel of strain and strained knee ;in.l! !itx
established and
was a year ago. (accident! personal
.. anti Arthur ilullida.v. 1:1.: ..... in the b.&ckg round an15 I lly \"<-el.| 'I i, of indicated arrests that for the traffic acci.lent-fiee violations :i j I:I judge's action apparently warI I propel ty damage). $.5; excessive -I i a left fractured shoulder,left injured leg, knee fractured and I:Starke.Jefferson and Walnut steets in are Dr.permitted Houpt said to see that Mrs n.> \s.stiuk; ; ": ,

Tins (iiiertner. (hC'u'lIu hu aJidn 1'liilitsky.. | holidays were undoubtedly contributed ,I prompted by deviations from thi speed accident, and per- lacerations of the face
Injured Mr.
I I weie and Mrs. land and the baby yet \but c\
| schedule by officers recently. rnnal injury to persons), $100' "
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to by extra'igilan'e or ,I The sheriff's office reported \ mls Strickland, tooth 24. and tended for the >
for Families the law enforcement i ":00 chargefi or alterations I passing! stopped school bus, S3.V: that appreciation n n
And Baskets highways by j I according to reports reeeiveiCrosby's : their baby. Donald. The attending dolence.1 and help which h.h t>c.
I have been made or authorized ir driving without license $35;
officers. j I automobile collided with physician Dr. Calvin Houpt extended themIn
this schedule of bonds" thr I driving side the
of
I County Judge T. A. Yawn reported on wrong I a truck loaded with empty chicken reported Wednesday night they Mayor's Court Monday!
jud e1'ote, "but in checking n id, $50: improper passing. $50'
that charges were placedagainst I crates. were "recovering satisfactorily," varez said that he did n"t ha\
i over the cases recently docketedI fa.tm;; to give signal $50: fail-
20 on trafficcounts. Crosby an emplo'ee.at the except for the
persons I possibility that the any liability insurance hut hilieved '
I thr
that in instances
find ingto observe traffic
signal
is about double thr many State Prison. lives on Raiford baby lose the
This may sight in one he would be able M n-vti
:wTj : judgement of the arresting officer $5'driving while license re -
Road
; number of arrer..s in a norma1 eye. the damage if held liable T'I.
substituted fo
has been yoked $500; improper muffler .,
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!four day period i The youth. William Alvarez, policeman said that th. v'.t'!
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; that the Court.
expressed by an I $25: improper license plates, $2arn.dent. ->
i Six persons were placed under :was fined $100 and his driver's had bought the car. a 1!>.V> K 'M
bonds for leaser
accepted drivins while intoxica-
S.'ir: bond for reckless driving Lighting Contest :i license suspended for 60 day* only two days before the wr.'. K
amounts; than those specified in teil. $:;00: accident involving i i
II' C'x.'esslspE'ed. They were OJel' |. after pleading gUIlty in Mayor's Moore said that skid I iii.mmw
property damr.ge. $Th accident
:
Mi! tin. Elmer Lamox, Earl Mini Court Wednesday to charges of showed that one wheel of Ai I
i Ilf' Thomas Alcxan er. Arthur : involving perr.mal injury, $100 Winners Are Told excessive speed causing an accident -| varez's car slid 61 feet IM-IMT-

iJ Pagi'l and Willie Sunerlin. Placed j jimier Tobacco SupportsAre 1i 1 running a stop sign and the crash and the other wh,-

r $;10 for improper passing I IWI" i AUTO TAGS injuring three persons. I: slid 50 feet. "Was anyone i hol.
( ", Duane Adriane AvanJ Jo i ieih Mi ,ind! Mis .s I L I'e.k ..Ir.ri03 I| Policeman! C. Moore investigating -i ing you at the time 'if the \<

John Grzyk. James Nathanul : Cut In Half II GO ON SALE ) X Chur.-h St! won first : thwreck, said that Aiva1rez's \, rident." Mayor W. T .lick. "
Davis and Miss-1 I "prize in the outdoor lightingi
: Sidney D. NEXT WEEKI ; car skidded through a stop|. asked the youth. Alv.mv1 '
I ., :Nathaniel Reed and LawsorM' ontest held last week and Mrs.: .sign as it was headed east on I''he was not being chased.i<

t_ Aiiiutlly! posted $35 bonds or I i iof On 3 Varieties I license plates for] I 11'aul Raymond was winner of the ,Jefferson and smashed into the 1 rutting that he was dnvinur 1.,

,.tt."':;, ,, having improper Ii : 1057! will go on sale Wednesday. first prize in the Holiday House I rear end of the Strickland car. i j! fast he thought he would ha iI .

,-nsf:: tags Alfred Daniel I'opi Jan. 2 in the office of the tax ,Tour. Both eVE'nts1'1''' sponsored Strickland, a medical I technician I been able to stop if the mud: hi"

and Robert Bliss Carpenter posted I I Support rates in 1957 on all \collector in the Courthouse. Tax by the Garden Club with I was driving home from work. j not been wet.Alvarez's .

j $;10 "bonds on charges of reck \ grades of tobacco varieties deemed Collector J. R Kelley reported I judging held last Friday night. : Moore said that the impart!' car was involved <

[ !le> driving wrong side of road undesirable will be only half F:i I this week. Taking: second place in the out- spun Strickland's car in a cimpletc -,,, short time before the wieck ira

Preparing baskets. and sorting out toys in the KIks: Club spun, Maude Adkins was placed under as much as on similar grades of f I The deadline for buying the door lighting contest was Mrs. I circle knocking Mrs. Strick- i I charge of reckless drmnu:

soml ChrMntt'. are. front, J. Jem-ho and .Mrs. KotxTlMcIUe. t $35 on a charge of running! c \ dt desirable varieties. County Agent': tags has been set for Feb. 20. Gladys Harrington, 513 K Wash- land and the baby out of the! against another youth. Lewi
program stop sipn. William Henry Tucker George Huggins reminded growers Kelly said he expected a rush ington St.. and in third place I cal and underneath the Alvarezcar. : Ronald :McClellan. 22 McClellar
In liack are Phil \it..k)', Itr Florence Jennings, r\ln Koll.ins >- Sr. was placed under ?150 I I as planting season gets un. the first day from automobile were Mr. and11'5: G. I. (Tiny) Early arrivers on the scene forfeited a $25 bond after failing

O\\en Vaughn and Hubert McKae. bond on a charge of driving derway. owners trying to obtain low num- Lovell 1015Y.. Madison St. I were unable to get the mother to appear in Mayor's Court t'

while intoxicated. Robert Donald I Huggms said that varieties bers. Honorable mentions went to Mr. and baby from under the car. answer the charge.

: Nache posted $3.) bond on :. 139, 140 244 of the 1937; and Mrs. Joe :Martinez. )Ir. and I the policeman said. I Moore said he observed: th.
anj The
rates for the the
tags are
Elks Distribute Baskets Of Food :| charge of allowing an unauthorized crop of flue-cured tobacco irre sarae as in previous years Mrs. Tony Gonzalez, Mr. and Mrs. I Dr. Houpt said that :Mrs. i youth driving recklessly in Al

person to drive }iis automo- spective of grade will be supported $15.25 for plain tags and $20.25 J L. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Jerry I Strickland suffered from severe varez's car on south Walnu'

bile. at only 50 cent of, Cay Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll-I shock. multiple bruises and abrasions -I street and arrested him a shor1i
for
per I "W" tags.: Truck tags are the
Entertain Children In Yule ActivitiesElks County Judge T. A. Yawn re the regular support price according same rate per hundred as last man. Mr and Mrs.: Edward J. concussion first and second i I time later after he had exchanged

leased three persons on thei> to a U. S. Department of sear Schwab Mr. and :Mrs.V.. II. Gra- 'degree burns about the neck. autos.

own recognizance after they werfe Agriculture announcement. The ham and :Mr. and :Mrs. Don Page i I shoulder and hands and fractured I Moore siid McClellan had dnvI

Club members playing vered with food baskets to th< j charged with improper passing/: department acted after receiving Mrs Gail Mathews won seconcplace I en back to the dive-in whenI

Santa Claus: over the weekend l.r-meH w: ere they were needei I i They were John A. Andrews Jr. recommendations from grower Sponsor Told in the Holiday House Tour ribs.The doctor listed the baby's I the youths congregated, returned!

and on Christmas Kve. distributed the most Tht! Elks: : committee e I Mrs. Sara Harris and James A organizations and industry for inside arrangements with Mrs. injuries as extreme shock possi- J IAh'arl'z's car and started dnv

over 130: bushel baskets of was assisu-d by various socia I Henderson. | leaders. For Cage Teamld'int1mpennt Paul Bridges tvinning third place.Judges ble detached retin.i of the left ing another one. Moore tvud th-

food in the County to climax a agencies headed by Dr. FlorenctJenn'ng.s i for the lighting contest eye, concurviion. multiple bruises boys had a common pract t"
I S. L. Brother. acting assistant -
Christmas project which included and the It'S. were Mrs. Frances MacCondichie and abrasions internal I' exchanging autos.
:
Starke Guard'sPayroll agronomist with Jie Floilid injuries
: basketball icani 1._ _
lov collection: and a movie matinee MeA Imley. ; or Staike. formerly Jacksonville
Agricultural Extension Service, fonned I ,
Starke will
I recently in
for the youngsters. Beach, and :Mrs.
Phyliss Hansenif
Phil VIL ky. F.Iks' Christmas 8
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out that the three I bf I _
pointed va- Koch's
I Reaches I sponsored by DrugStore :
More than 600 youngsters contributing Committee chairman issued: a reminder Starke, formerly of New YOlk
j rieties viewed as currently Undesirable Art Holliday. team manager !
toys as they attended City.
that can "arli"1r'll" : .
everyone I have been classified by I announced this week.
<(he< pre-Christmas Toy Matinee ;$30,500 In 56 I
,

in this project by saving, Judges for the Holiday House ,
federal and state scientists
it the Florida Theatre Friday.wanipeti discarded toys that are lepairabliand : as i I Steve Simmons, Koch owner, Tour were :Mrs. P. L. Fearing.Mrs. .II
::' A total of $30.521.73 was added I "low to lacking in flavor and I predicted that b.'isket- I
the Elks with variety some good -
turning them over to Clue f : L. T. Neijand and "h's.1.. Relic !
"i toys "from funny books to f> \\'. Carpenter and his ere\, i; to the economy of Bradford 11 i aroma generally of light body,, l.all is in prospect for Starke in A. Moore all of Gainesville.The 14

im-ycles" The children were presented -I it the Fire Department. County during 1956 through: pay I and or currently with" poor acI the near future "We are happy Tour started at the Episcopal -
a bag/ of candy and fruit j checks received by National I I ceptance in the trade. to have a part in bringing this
Parish House where
Irvin Robbins Exalted 1 refreshments -
i.y Santa Claus as they enteredthe I! RuleIsent 1'1 Guardsmen of Co. "C", 748th Huggins said the undesirable sports activity to the city. he were served to thrgues OfA
theatre a "thank :you" on behalf o>i !I Armored Ordnance! Bn. for participating I varieties have been widely grown I added

The toys were sorted out by 1:jthe I II Elks Lodge to all who parti 1- I in the weekly drill sessions -I| in Florida but ticularly 13 Holliday said that the team tea table.from he guests a holiday-appointed were conduct i -r

the ladies of the Elks and deli- '( ipated 11the charity project:!. II' comprised a large: part of the will Ix decked out in blue and I ed Ton the tour of the five home
Guard members received|: 1956; crop in North Carolina. ::
white uniforms when they take BygoneEra
members of
by the Garden Club
Hollis// N. Clark i Starke Man Released checks the week before Christmasfor ,I I "Each grower, to be eligible!,! I the court. Starke residents will i
the period Sept. 1 to 'o\". 30)''I for price support on his flue- have an opportunity to see the.

Taken Death From Assault Charge totaling! $6.900.73. Guard officials si i I cured tobacco, will be lequirec I'team in action next week as' Homestead Exemption

By pointed out that the 1956 total 1 to establish prior to harvesting they meet an mdepedent team, : cc
i Enoch Crews. :27. of Stark.I e in whether he has produced tobacco i! Tax Assessor Gene lymg said ,
could be increased bv $3.868.80 i I any from Keystone on Jan. 5 at 7:30: I'
lIollis :N. Clark. 62 died at his was released from .1 139 140 this week that Homestead Exemption -
I a charge <:)f 1957; if the unit strength could bE of varieties 01 p.m in the Bradford High School]:. I
nome in Starke Sunday morning assault with intent to kill at !> increased to the maximum of 124. 211," Huggins said. "Any fals.e gym. applications will be mailed!
following a heart attack. will be tc 3 lout shorty after the first of the
last 'The enlisted strength; now is 100. j I epresentation subject ,
preliminary hearing Thurmday ;- $
Mr Clark was born in Hinesville. fraud. iYE'ar.I t4iw
"With few exceptions the mem'e penalty as ,
Gs. !Nov. 17. 1S94. ; before Clay County Judj: hers of Co. "C" live in and around!lj I "If'he has produced tobacc S Building EnteredNoegel I A number of people have already -I II 0 '-

Survivors itclude his wife, Lis- Thomas J. Rivers. > 'tarke and the vast majority olof f r ri[ of any of these: varieties, th come into his office and I :Not exact h .1 19.V7 mode! is- hewn from tImor lOdes uctibi.

sie Sauls Clark; a daughter; Mrs j Crews had been accused : the pay received as Guardsmen i h; marketing card issued for hi.1 : 1 Brothers Used Car Co. I filed! for their exemption at thE'j\ this ancient hand-made logging lightered W'Kid Th hub for instance

ether Crews of Starke; two sons. stabbing 1.. J. Johns II). <)f )fnt in the community." CWC I farm will identify the tobacc, .u: Nom tim Temple.t'nue was; same time as they paid their' !! cart, found in the woods by J.on1 is a solid l block with an

Foy of Starke and Dempsey Jacksonville. in the neck Turinan .a, A L Crosby per .innel officer- as eligible for only half th broken into Friday night Oe- t.xes.: Long said. I Stalling: of Heilbronn Spn'ngs a opening burned through! foi !the
Clark of Lawtey; a brother. JohnM. stated. support rate." Duty Sheriff Fate Brown reported The tax assessor reminded new: I I bout 15 years :ago The massive'i axle and nut. The wheels arc over

Clark ..f Hinesville and a argument at Kingsley: I.al ko. The unit will esume drills or I Agriculture officials have emi this week. home owners that anyone eligibley 'I I i cart had been wrecked and abandoned six feet high and are "d&hed

ryster. Miss Ethel Clark of Hines Nov. 24.Judge. Jan. 14, 19.:;.. but new member! phasized that support rates fo I IStiiwn :said hat apparentljlit y homestead exemption for thflist
'iUe.Funl'ral I Rivers said sufficieievidence nt >'IabC' enlisted during the holi. individual grades of fhlt.-( lit PI t \\ouldJxthieves vveie un- ; time will have to 'ipply iri i urathere4| lip the parts and reas- Rigs such as this were used

services were held in I' was presented at tl he ,iUvs by visiting: the armor tobacco without regaid to vane -.iiccessful in their search fo I hI-i office Applications ar. sen't -riiihltd! 1 "ii half a century ago to haul huge

the Air Park Baptist Church of hearing to Ijold Crews on tl he <'u'in? the week. Capt. R. F I ty will be adjim.'"ti\ t io lefle.-" valuables The building was en. I.. those wh" ''i.av'I i>\ Ail I
which he was a member at 3 charge. ('htI: v. company commander said I i I cun ent demand. j i 'orcd through\ a window I... ip'ionmush .,, ",,- >lilli. or' 'h.par's, arei way it'a;. done:
pm. Wednesday with the Rev. i -

followed Lacy Conway in Crosby officiating.Lake Cemetery Ruria'-!i Fixing Lunch for 850 Here They Come And Then Dig Inc The the cart log to was a point drawn of balance parallelover : ;

Active pallbearers were The tongue end of the cart w...*
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Melvin Brvan: Johnnie Bardon. I : i : ; I r-I : ;: AkTh1 then raised upwards, so as t'i
Charles! Johns. .\. IL Johnson K. lower the "does" to a point whoifthey

t ('nnW,1'n.t James Donley. P could be fastened aroundthe
c3 : log Then, by means of leveriff .

V W- ', the tongue was pulled downmd
Mrs. Alice Davis
the log swung clear of the

gr()lImamI the forward end

Of Lawtey Dies '"'.'llrf'rI t() the tonpue.

A team of mules or oxen wa-t

MiAim- Janet Pavis 7L: then hitched to the end of th.'
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'tied .i' her home III I t '. \ log. and in thir. fashion it w L-.

M.mdav A native ol I'mnr -.!, "I. drawn out to the nearest sawmill

nul lived m Law t lev .

.i910Mi Dr. Mark Adams
,> 11 iv is is survived bv liesusb.uid !
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IVny Davis her sIc!'- '
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'..IIOW11': : '' Jane Green :.Miami'hnv L a ;Accepts Post *-*

,Iau;:hter!!. Mrs MyrtltV .

mzant and Mrs Sarah Crews \ Dr Mark R
t.aviie.tml Mrs Nellie Drydcnlarksoaville. fixing S'O n.t.ilwith lx. >d.- .n-; < t ri. ::it:11. progiani ,foods which are nutritious as wellas < On the day the Christmas holidays has Adams of Starke
The rafctcru .taff ...ilile fur H50 students .. accepted: an appointment
feeiling .
1 : two sons. R. L. am I respon nearly -l: A.I.at.'v: iint ''! the i it nn immit.a:t- ,'anable.1 tasty for the children. Using started the children were ,, assist the director to
B Bradley Lawtey and twi, daily at tlu >tarki! Klemii.i.: N Scli.nd are It-It to right, >ir' InezKcllcy. i !1l rlrt'n i> tui'thei c uap.i ated: The iji.inh'.u! II: (.. ,food left uneaten as a yardstick i,treated to a real Christmas dinner :: of of the Department -

brothers Allen Smith Dinsmoredtid : 'Ir-.. S.ir.ih llunti'i .siiicr\i| >.iri. :Mrs. Aliie J'nJ.in.Ir.: ... bv having to stay in a budget; hive :t., ,-.'Ii.j .n the last few):Mrs. Hunter has learned the likes! with turkey and dressing.1 i I University Student Health at the

Fred Smith Jacksonville :Mattie iiresham. )Ir... raulinc 1jlur. :\Ir... Anna Fl'llIll'r.11"o.., \\ nll'h will allthe schiml to I monL, Mr Noun said with the ,I and dislikes of the children to a' gravy cranberra sauce, buttered and of Georgia in Athens
Funei.J services were heKWednesdav I ontinue serving meals for the .-'hool receiving $2.360 in pretty close degree. 'peas. rolls witn butter. fruitcake i j j i membership on the staff of
Donna Mac KduardMiss: : K..si .mire and :Mrs. :Mildred 1.L\\.n. i I the Gilbert Memorial
m the Woodlawn Baptist eionomical rate of 2.ri cents a her. But last year the o\'em-I She says that spinach isn't and milk. |la I fully accredited Infirmary

Church with burial in tht meal. i received practically no rom even put on the menu anymore || Mrs. Hunter said the food required -, Lttl i* **-UCQ: nospi-

1 a\\'tel'e.'wdery.. Kven: At this small charge the ,lies. I because children won't eat it. to prepare this meal in- i:' Dr. Adams'

I 850 Lunches Are Prepared Daily cafeteria does arounj a $;;)OOOO, To Jet: the government aid, the i'"I've tried it everyway." she said; ,eluded 10 turkeys from 17 to 25;]I,I duties on Jan.will I, the assume his new
i
Brush Fires business during the school year. school must maintain certain j"and not even a third of them pounds. 27 gallons of pea* 1C ing to Athens family mov-
.serving total of about 144.000 standards and adhere to a few1 will eat it." : gallons of cranberry sauce. 55 week of during the first

The Starke Fire Departmen: By Staff At School Cafeterias meals. I!i rules set up. For example, a.I When hamburgers and hot dogs gallons of milk and 20 pans of Adams, who the has new been year. Mrs

Wednesday morning answered : "The children get a real barglass of milk must be given to$are sen'fd.Irs.: Hunter said. dressing. j ji the Bradford on duty at

all'.. brush fireoi Principal P T..N olin re- each child receiving a lunch ar.d I county Hospital,
'MmguUh a gsin.; there is always a clamor for i i :Mrs. Hunter said ihat at least han been offered
:iienue-. .ind :nea:.> :. .rough! bribes: or threats. that i a position
north T" S 301 near the Farmer:s .marked. "but it takes good: the school must serve a type seconds. one-third of the children come i iI the Athens General at
Market please the appetites" of pret.onj.age tht'd ;management.:* ."A" lunch. I Hospital
children 's a task which But. if faced with the task Some typical menus at the for refills every day* She said, Dr Adams has been
Chief 1 l' W. Carpenter said tha I Haying a big! part in the lunch i Required courses in a type "A" Riceith pork, I in a engaged
o-l most mothers concede is not easy. of feeding S50 hungry youngsters school are: that last one mother came research project
!Mres set during! land clearin; room program are the funds and : hmch are meat poultry or fish year Florida at the
york uad otlt'n out of hand." i I but which they take in their ,with individual likes and dislikes, commodities contributed by the; or dry peas. beans or soy bean I steamed cabbage cornbread, ice cream Baked cup [tc her and complained that her tion State Prison in amoej -
!stride as part of the job of be- during every lunch period. most '[cookie and ; i 1th Dr Irving L. t
The fireiuin at the blaz.e federal government. The or'' Webber
governor cooked
were
an egg: raw or beans. ham sandwich con. ;child was being fed too much at of the
spiced ;;
!ing a mother. | mothers would be at a loss. | Sociology J
hour ment the cafeteria Department
,1 an pays sevencanned and-or fruit
I
. vegetables : gealed salad cookie. 'i school, making it difficult for the The'
The firemen were called to a crush tire Sunday afternoon 0 n Susie should suddenly decide they daily by Mrs. Sarah Hunter and amounts to about $10.000.The Bacon cheeseburger on : the StUdy are expected I
1rs Hunter's problem is buttered corn shred tomatoes As long as I get complaints to be published /
State toad i lio;' ) across Alligato ir don't like somethir? on the table. !het staff at Starke ElementaryS. commodities come from sur- to1 i Ibread during the com- :
:akf- that I am happ> she said. : lag
],mother can usually convince 'hem boo! And Mrs Hunter's problem: 'plus stocks purchased by the tit into and add to this schedule apple pie rear'P H




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editorialJust .... Farmer's DiaryBy rTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYYNORTH at the home of Mrs. Sapp. Dar family of Graceville were holi Harley. I

ing the evening, Bible stones day guests of Mr and Mrs. Carl '
... Those on the s:,-k !.*t :ir. ,
Sam lcGarv(y SIDE were read by Mrs. Brown: Christ- Brown and other relatives.
Ahead -- Our Centennial man carols were sung by' the Rev Milton Dukes and Mrs Mrs t;. I. Sapp. J-Kku U. >rv.

Iy Mrs.: Curl ItrounA.lAAAAAAAAAAA11V children and games were play Marguerite MacMaines and daughter and Karen Martir. \W w.sh '..i-- i I

Starting next Tuesday. January 1, Starke Wesley Crews had a carrier full!! ed. Gifts were exchanged ant of Charleston S. C. were a speedy retoveixTHK

'.will i-nter upon the year of its Centennial. Need- of nice berries before Christmas 1 Ac_.AAA1Iomwpming refreshments were served. Mrs Sunday dinner guests of Mr ant'
lt-s.s to say, it should be the most significant thc He is one of the first to pick this Day Johnny Cowart and Mrs. Haroli1 Mrs Re<5v' Scott : RIGHT I-01NT for Ui. I
oil >easonIr. Alvarez assisted. Thus rel.'hrifn! way you write (ormin and ....
birthdav---!
most colorful, and the most memorable year in oil A week's revival will begin at
oil Mrs Reese Scott entertained! last! week were M1 Z'ua'ht, bet your favorite tSl.t"r.I.UOh
the history of the town. oil :\ -. Ernest Raulerson the North Side BaptChurchon Junior Christmas aker. K.i ide ..
says the Class with a Ku\>'> :inj .< C Fountain Vn. TU.K4K\ril: I
Already some very interesting plans are being = that their berries are coming a- Sunday, Jan. 6, which will be party at her home Monday .

: made for the observance of this Centennial oil long fine, but they haven't pickedany Homecoming Day. Everyone isin'ited night: During the evenm i

year, and "the cat will be out of the bag" just yet. Ernest has had some to come have dinner on the children played games n' That's Our Business
as soon as the necessary ground work has been \\'tare ,ib<>ut tn t: \ ,"1lk.lgt'ltUI <' illness, but is getting better now. the grounds and enjoy the singing enjoyed refreshments.Mrs. S S
.\ in our Filln..g tAlways all afternoon.. Sunday Schoo! If It's Glass; We
> Have It !
laid. The plans will be BIG, you may rest assured .kanateCask en !
begins at 10
o'clock. and Morning '
and quite in keeping with what may be water pu-np He works for :awhile heard that wounded Worship at 11. > tamed the intermediates ,t",<' CALL WRITE or VISIT
and then water- Dinner wilt
gets
hard to find, but this
expected of a town with Starke's reputation of quail are b<- served at 1 The young people with a Chii.M..iparty
bound so wv figure that mavb" p. m. revival
week we heard an explanation at her home Tueiiuv niivI Joe Peters Glass Co.
"putting things over. a few tablets once in a while will! Bud, the colored man who worksat services will begin each night )ec. 18. Christmas carols wen
1957; designated Starke's help keep the rascal with singing at 7 o'clock aju*
The year was as going. Shuford's Station said: "Whena sung, games were played igittr. FOR
preaching at 7:30: AXI.SS; NEED
Centennial because government recordshow quail has been shot, he flops exchanged Several pnwere /,'-
1 Ue
Christmas Design Modern
established here in his back pulls straw Parties Store Fronts
that a post office was first Started feeding: our cows some over on up awarded.
November of 1857. Up until that point, Starkewas 20 per cent protein cattle cube over him. and covers up." Mrs. Carl Brown and Mis H. .\. Holes Jr. of Waldo -;>rir Just Mail Us .\ Pattern for

just a cross-roads settlement, but when it to help them along during this Rudolph Sapp entertained Tuesday the weekerfU with his pr.indir.oth. Table Tops
The fellows at Shuford's were night Dec. 18, with a part Mrs Maude Wainwright 1313 X W. 4th I'l. Gainesv'ille Fla. Phone
received its own post office it graduated to the time of little Rraaa It is a good er. Fit. 2-4353 I'
telling tall tales, and the one for the beginners and primaries- Rev Martin .iv'
status; of a town the beginning of the little way to feed them a supplementwe've Reddish told the Henry C
was
Bryant
found, because they don'twaste
city that we are so proud of today. best. He said he had a shotgun
it that But old
way. poor f
The Centennial celebration will mean a lot"i Joy is having trouble chewing that war. so good that he went I J I. .
hard work for lot of people but the returns shoot with it
a to a turkey many
thl'm.It) we'll have to wet herF
from that hard work, in fun fellowship' down. years ago and by the time the 34 To All Our Customers in Bradford

prestige and widespread publicity will make itmfinittly a shoot was over he had to hire a j
worthwhile. truck to cart off all the turkeyshe
Heard cattlemen Foster Sh won. He said Jake Johns was; And Adjoining Counties
Smith Lloyd Green and J. C present but could not remember
PaceThe
Police/ Force Keeping White discussing whether it was any: living witnesses.
better to feed the 20 per cent
Starke Police Department recently held a cattle cubes, or 41 per cent p
Had the pleasure this week of
dinner not for the sole purpose of entertain- cottonseed meal cube Foster'
seeing a lot of the school pupils
but to hear advice from and exchange said he favored the SCS cubes.
ment while taking some pictures, and:
while J. B. said he likes the
ideas with law enforcement officers from other from what we saw the people around f
others. During: the discussion
areas who were invited as guest speakers. which brought in County Agent here don't have to worry

The two experienced lawmen who were guestsat George Huggms they got out the about juvenile delinquency. W'
Alvarez think they're a fine bunch of kids
the affair Ocala Police Chief Kenneth Feeds & Feeding book by Mor- .

and State Prison Guard Captain Louis rison anti found out that 41 percent I
Wainwright gave the men professional slants cottonseed meal cubes con- Biggest bull we've heard of a- .. -, ?T".t4 .:
tain about 30 cent total dis- round thK area is one located on
on i>olice work with the Starke Policemen showing per bH
Ala'huo"n01
a farm near \
he State Kefitive nutrients, and that seemed -
interest in joining
considerable .
C. Edwards of Gainesville
to settle the debate.
Peace Officers Association and investigating the It is a Hereford and when weighed -

possibility of instituting a pension plan here. ] it tipped the beam at over We take this '." .,
To us, the interest in police work and the Ran into a former resident of 1.900 pounds. opportunity to express t!: :

the police protectionfor Brooker and Heilbronn. Wesley *
search for ideas to improve
Starke which the men displayed at the dinner Hodge, who used to farm in both Certainly is dry again, and in our appreciation for the '
of those but is work- ,
places now t. I Iondt'rful
well result of the gradual some areas the farmers are held .. .... .
was a sign, as as a -
ing out. Wesley is driving a truck land for r [ ....... ....
from breaking spring
improvement of the police department in recent for meat and up \\ patronage you hate '
a packing concern ..... rai" ,
Hop ert some ,,
planting. T
years. he says he sure likes those re- .' ., .. -"-- .
!soon as before long farmers wits] ,- '" i .
Police has sometimes checks instead given us since the ""''t{.' '
In the past, the Department gular pay of he wanting to plant Irirfi opening of : ',' ';:' : I Ir

been a refuge for men who were unable to feast or famine farming. potatoes. t;:"',. I ..,.
hold jobs elsewhere, with some of the policemen our new store in StarkeS'e .._

regarding their duties as 'just another job." At the Soil Conservation Service It will be interesting to sw

Mayor Jackson says he still gets applicationsfrom meeting this seek, heard how much burninjr! off occurs; hope that we can continue to
men who will say "I am physically unableto the usual Rood story.. This one next month now that the fir HARRY C. ELRODmerit

do hard work so I was wondering if 1 could concerned how hardheartedsome control unit has been authorized.
bankers are. Seems a Of course, there will be some, a" your business and jour
get a job as a policeman.
there should be and always wil' FURNITURE COMPANY
bank and offered
this attitudehas farmer went to a -
During the last couple of years
to put his glass eye up w for under proper circumstances valued friendship throughout
taking -
changed, with the men now apparently security. Banker shook his head ,landowner has the right but

considerable interest and pride in their work. and said he wanted the farmer'sgOOtI what we are talking about is 1957 STAHKE. FLORIDA

We believe that the improved attitude of the eye! burning off property belonging to

men as well as the material improvements of someone elf.?.
the department can be directly attributed to Then they started shooting the *

the efforts of Mayor Jackson. breeze about bulls and someone Met Mrs. Vollie Reddish the

Since taking office he has continually sought said a bull he saw was so low to other night at a party and gla'i,
for the the ground that a person couldn't to see that she is able to get a-
higher standards and better pay men.And
pet an upright coke bottle between round so well desnite the falls We Are To
with department matters has Happy
his
concern the bull's brisket and the she has had, and the fact that
undoubtedly been a contributing factor in imparting ,ground.: Next speaker said he she is 81. .
in the men the sense of loyalty to police saw a bull lower than that and .? S

work which most of them apparently now pos- that you'd have to bust the neck Got to talking about picking:

sess. One of the improvements which has come off a bottle to get it between the berries at the patty and several ANNOUNCE

about under Mayor Jackson's guidance was the bull and the ground. Well, the there raid they could easily pick

two-way radio night communication system mote they talked the lower the 100 quarts in a day. Just hearing
bulls got, arm at that time it them talk about it got Sam's old
which now protects the city. wouldn't have been surprising if boney knees hurting. He crawled

The City Council recently recognized the im- the bulls started crawling: instead when he nicked and wore out six

proved importance of the policemen by granting of walking. pairs of breeches and two kneecaps That

salary increases; and even the Council noted that one season.
the increased salaries were not compensation Had another break of fine *

enough for the 56-hour weeks that the men weather this week and it was so Hear talk about fattening out EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1 1957
delightful that it was hard to believe steers around here so as to make ,

work.As result of these now conditions and attitudes that elsewhere in the coun- the raising of cattle more prof

a we believe the Starke Police Department try ice. there Imagine was cold going and around snow and in itable. We don't know if thingfha'e We Will Pay Interest On Savings Accounts

today enjoys the highest standing it has had for December in your shirtsleeves! remember changed when or Col.not Knight but triedit. we .

We commend such programs as the *
many years. and he said it didn't pay. At The Rate of
dinner recently held and participation in i police Read this week that the best We want to take time in .

organizations as aspects of a professionally)) inclined corn patch we saw this year wishing you a Very Happy antI

department in keeping with other pro- (one over near Worthington Prosperous New Year.
in Starko. Springs won a contest with 110
steps now being experienced
gressive bushels an acre. But in the same THE RIGHT POINT for the

I The DemocratsAs paper read where an FFA boy way you write. Come in and select -
Up To had hit the 200 bushel mark
your favorite ESTER RQOK
Corn production is certainly on Fountain I','n. TEUTiKAPII. J .
election day drifts farther and farther into the rise m the southeast. %

history the Eisenhower administration is t *

more and more shedding the cloak of pretensionin This is the time of the year to Health FactsOf

the matter of aid to the small businessmanand see the big birds out in the coun

small farmer. try. Last week we saw what we course jou have often

the campaign the President's state- tentatively identified as a young wondered why you often feel
During>
bald eagle and an owl. Maybe if 3
ments left the impression that he was promoting we keep watching we may yet bad all over jet nothing seems

a plan for a tax cut for small businessmen, see the rare ivory billed woodpecker to help you.Thousands.

but recently comes a news story from Washington of people like
that "some congressional tax writerhdic'e :-
saying )ounwlf have found Chiropractic -
Pesident Eisenhower has quietly shelveda Talked to Malcolm Hanell
to \xthe answer for this!
proposal to reduce small business taxes $G00( ( over at Brooker about the planting condition.
of Irish potatoes in that area
,. million a year.
which should be underway
The small businessmen are getting the run- getting Your Chiropractor knows that
soon. He said he would not
around from the administration just as did the speak for anyone else, but thatso every function in your body b

small farmers, caught between rising costs and far the growers seem to beholding controlled by the nervous !oY!-

dwindling incomes. With fancy words and off form planting spuds tent He also knows that spinal

phrases, the administration, just before election.. this year. cont ruled by the nenous sys-

offered up the "soil bank" plan lauded as a sure on the spinier nerves and per annum. Interest payable January 1st and July 1st all
cure-all for the farmers' problems. We still have a few hens left slow down each function of the on

Hut when all of the icing was cut away, the which the thieves over-looked body. sums which have
small farmers found there was no cake under- when they took most all our remained on deposit for six months next
flock a while ago. We have almost sure he removes the cause of
neath. On investigating the "advantages" of the been hoping that the Jirty- your trouble. He will not give previous to interest dates.
plan, they found that there were no advantages so-and-so's would come bck for paying
the ailment
to cover
drug up
to reap all of the advantages had been designed those they left so that *'e could *
In removing the nerve *'
for the big operators. help them back over the fence pre

They found that the program will not help this time. With the shotgun of temporarUy. FUNDS DEPOSITED BY JANUARY 10, 1957 WILL DRAW INTER-
!!
the small farmer in Bradford County one iota. course tAt EST FROM JANUARY 1st.
.
I'hone 108 today.e
After it 'was explained to a number of them '
last w \'e learned an es>sway >
farmer exclaimed: "If I couldn'tmake
recently one
more than $7 an acre I'd be ashamed to to plant raise any strawberries.this season, Wdidn't e BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC This rate together with Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Insuranceon

admit 1 was farming." did not even cut up our plantinof all accounts up to $10,000.00 makes a savings account in our bank the
Seven dollars an acre is the amount the administration last year. Wandered over int. safest and
proposes to pay the farmer for tak- the old beds the other day and;; most profitable investment we know of today.

ing his land out of production. To the small there almost we found a nice ripe berry. CLINIC We strongly urge that you open an account with us as soon as possible or
farmer is valuable, and he cannot afford as early as we've eve
every acre picked one before, and not a that you add to your present account by January 10th in order to take advantage
for $7.
to forfeit one a mere 4 Blocks North of Pott Otliw
single lick of work! But of
cours. of this
But the farmer operating on a large: scale we're only Joking, as the few. Modern Methods Lady new rate.

would have a neat investment by: storing up a knotty, no-good berries that volunteer Assistant Steam Baths

a few acres. Say for instance. tha a farmerh.ts will be hardly enough t., vwyyvv x\\*\\\\\

1 800 acres in crops and pastures. He take keep one husky robin alive -. >H%1IVW H A% i

out of production 180 acres of his poorest land. K5ill25c.i 5ill5ill5c.lli .5illill225252THE

which never amounted to anything anyway, and

the government pays him $1,:;60. He keeps'right BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

on farming his remaining 1.620: acres and produces \
.
EST. 1879FLOrtIOA'S atPesnutsItARa
about as much as he did the year before CORPORATION -. 1 IlieiedrU *R
It seems evident that the administrator I @ OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FLORIDA j

plans to continue its policies of "supports" for PUBLISHED CONTINOU6LY fe NATIONAL ,*

the rich and "free enterprise" for the poor. It UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. E t< = AT STAR_ KE = =

seems to be up to the Democrats in Congressif ; PUBLISHED! EACH FRIDAY AND ENT'EPI"tl AS SECOND CLASS -- st I \
_..,
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLORIDA UNDER rw
this is to be maintained the lane l
country as THE ACT OF MARCH S. 1S79.
of-opportunity for all.
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I : .n Kc\stone Height.ts- .t .-,'1u.1.d' Students Learn Proper Road HabitsIn J

The water of this letter, himtier .. '-,
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS wanted to know just \uti' _

.'h* flag was allowed to rt'I1Ll1- Driving Course At High School

.I.ft i! during the night, and dar
Ry Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 :: 7/
:: i'i; inclement weather. As ever. '
good American knows the flat: '
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I is supposed to be taken down al: 4 : +k-;; ,
Lovely ('hri..tma. I'rugrau. ... M I tn AMI o. h.K-ffer, am' ':, .. 01J"4:1
sunset, and should not be drenched It !, s.
rue '! ,' i u-mm. Dec. IS tilt! I j Toniiiiv Thompson served ac I II | with rain. We, personally f : 'I T
.
t_
J
hllth n <,; Keystone Heigi.tvs I i i muster of (ceremonies. j ji jiiulo j haven't: noticed the flag up afte' .' : ,
'
,hi.. ,: ;.:'iinted .t little plat. \ i i i' \\ \\. Cetniai spirit| |} dark, but then, we, personally ', !t ,

Family Christmas," which I'I jnta and his reindeer, at the ?!! don't notice a lot of things thai ; .- "

'm.\" thciiihdves had wntten am' !:, bank, The "Keystone Express"and i might be corrected. Our inquirer tj f, \\t sl *

tires led The ;, .ttir.;; was Christ i iII. I the mow man at the post :j is evidently new-comer to Keystone j ,- ..,,.,.... -'". ..--II
..,, Eve at Grandpa and Grandmas : office; the Christmas Tree at'' ; J 'W
ot of .
ti
observing a .
who is ,. ,
hone with all! the childrer I I ltOO eam's; the snow-covered ; things local people don't see i j f/ t !ill'' _""_" -' .'_... ,.- ._ :, -J""J__ __ _'_ __"_ __ -- __''''- "-'' ... oki'li-lq.H.-.irii. __ .__ _..;, .,"i'i-_;

and the grandchildren arrivinr church at S. E. McKay's heat and rightly so. Perhaps some or j I ri I
-
for the Student author Estate Office these II I 4W'.V o'I SUGAR CURED SMOKED
Holiday. i i and others the boy from the local B and directors were DeeDerHardenbergh are all the products of local Scout troop could see to it thai I J.:

Deanna Lee. ant1 I talent namely Don Morgan -I
the the atten ,
flag pets:: proper ,
Barbara Ann Wheeler. I who does it for a hobby j tion. Mr. Myron I'revatt. take I '

the wa Perhaps you don't know Don
MUSHfor program i notice. r .
nandled by Mus Cleva Carsor because he isn't around town all Parties At :"shool I" # se.... I II II HOGjoIs
and Mis. \\'. H Waite, with Mrs day, as some folks for he at- I
\ Wednesday, Dec. 19, the children
lark Haberstroh at the piano. A tends the University, in Gaines of Keystone Heights Schoo' I School Superintendent Harmon Morgan re('ei\e> the kejs for a
Heard ville. But most know his I
tirnns rendition of "I people
were dismissed for the Christ- I 1957! : rijmoutli ilrher education c.tr from Charles llanl. of the hardy
the Bells on Christmas Day"a attractive wife, who casher I
I mas holidays at noon, after some aUIIS ISmhrr Payne InstructorClifford
,A. given by th. whole group checks for them or takes deposit Brothers: :Motor Co. Principal
fine Christmas parties. Howevrr McUriff and students look on. The auto agency 1-tam-d the I
with the tory of how it cameo money at the tank. Don
: bt- written woven into the also made the signs in the fion the children of Mrs. Davis' room car to the school\ for Use in its drier education course. From left
((7th and Sth grades) being a
dialogue i if the play. Miss Emma windows announcing the Christmas to right arc I'ajnt, Morgan, Mtliriff, Trances I-intlrum Fred 1Y1-
.
little older, had their party IIr .
Kate M.irsfieM's Class playednut. Decorating contest for him, Daxid Canoxa, P.ertiee Taylor, lardy, ilemUi Fndi-rhill. Char-
Dec. 21, in th
Friday evening
.- :M'lotions) from their room homes and places of business school cafeteria. The decoration'; l.-ne Hard), Titian larci.i, Kay \\alrath and Alan M.mn.
whO'' h soundt.1'ery beautifu' j which is being sponsored by the .
were beautiful and a good time .
from the auditorium. A grouT Chamber of Commerce. Winners The driver education program, instruction is divided in- ::1
0: hildren representing Christ will be announced next week was had by all. Dancing, games \revived this year at BradfonJ classroom work and practice II r.\ -

mat ("trole:'s sang "Silent Night' This is to acknowledge an I and refreshments were enjoyedthroughout I.High School, received a shot U1 ',1I1g. Since the school lad". ,!

.n t'Aa partwhich was per- anonymous inquiry concerningthe :I the evening. Present the arm this week when the SLhoolj: I j training car until now, the \p':.,-
were the room-mothers, Mrs. A'I .
i 1 v b> intiful. flag of the United State j'''t was presented a 1957 training car:::iam has concentrated .v) f : -ij x c
i A. Bamford, Mrs. Chester :Moody
.
ttl! i> were in ("itrgr that flies over the Post Offj'fac La1Iel'fr, j by: the Hardy Bros. Motor' Co. I the classroom phase. Sin t
and Mrs. Lawrence :!
I Eighty students -- 46 boys anti ':arrival of the car, the ins'r.ut: t. 'r i ifj34 :
West, the school principal, was: .
J : girls -- are enrolled in the [will center around the pr.ut < : Teeth Out & Tongue In
on hand, and also Mrs. Davis .
|(ourse which is instiucted by the lultv. k.lInoj: : ,r. tin i : -
t the children's teacher. Mr. Mood:;\
Fontana Villace Resort
,Clifford McGriff. But until the room
(
'Of af is different-at Fontana and Mr. Bamford were also present LBi1
y I } everybody has fun: I newar was receive since tht'y1'1'1' i "By practicing driving" M ( :Iri:':
seriously handicapped lhey.aid, 'the students hive ;.n\ < :>
Fishing is excellent in Children Go CarolingThe 1
t were unable to practice any of portunity to loam skills .s\ ,''' ; ,-
Fontana Lake andthere's children of the First Baptist I the techniques learned in the;ically. thus eliminating t flit +nil:I, n 1 i. :!fi
f swimming in.a Church, and some of thei
h fJ' I '
classroom. The car a 1957 Ply- used( trial-and-error nll'l h."i !t'.
Un I e( :new luxurious pool in friend!, went caroling on StL'1da.e'ening ,.; '(: Oscar
dual Cured Boneless Jowl
I season, craft making Dec. 23, and had ; mouth equipped with con- which many of us have I.MMI.-I I Mayer Sugar ( Butts)
trots, was loaned for the school In the classroom thenik 1-;
square dancing:: scenic wonderful time. Mr. anal Mrs 3'
year. (I based on the text. "Sportsman'M-!: pound
tennis shuffleboard
I tours Ralph Bryan and Mr. and Mn BACON 23c"SuperRight"
SQUARES
\ ) \ L horsebT-V ridin*: Billy Wolfe acted The driver education program !Driving, published by the AT-: ,i-
as chaperone:S
of "QI E .... plenty more to see After i was set into motion again this :,can Automobile Association anti
serenading everyone n
.- and do in this sparkling year after a lapse of two years.'the Drivers' Handbook.

l : !!. mountain air and town Bryan, the home group went to th I Driving instruction was a part of i I McGnff advocates driver ,..tluJ1 Western Small
Lake
on
Brookly
... there's supervised" ; play Bay Circle for refreshments.iirl ,: the BUS curriculum previously (cation in school as a nt.,.,.",llx.

I. i/ for children available.babv Have sitters ( ScouN Hate I'art). but All was but discontinued one of the SO in students 1953. i|part of preparing student.to deal J PORK SPARE RIBS3-downsizelb
WIth life it is
On Monday: Dec. 17, the Mel i I I as today
)i the time of your life at taking the course have either a'
rose-Keystone Heights Girl ScOt It[ I "It'IS only natural I that \\t'
Fontana. W r i t e or restricted I permit or an operator I Ii
: I Troop held a Christmas party iI i obtainoffer! them the oppo1.llnity to
phone for reservationstoday I lie ense. Nine students had All Good Brand Sugar Cured
Free color i the Parish House at Melrose. Th,(' ci before the !learn to drive safely in a society!

z : JI.l folder. I girls exchanged gifts by mean' I'-lass I permits and 70 have received entering per-j8" as ours that depend so ]1- Ib pkg

-l' if'.1- I iof a grab-bag, and games an.' 1 nuts as a result of classroom I mu ch on the use of the "10tl"instruction. I IIf S SLICD E BACON 39c

I refreshments were enjoyed. Th The member stills |I nhlelt'. he said. "Through dmrlacking

fOMTAM VI LLAGE next meeting of the Girl Scout'. I'ff'leducahon; we are best able! to
I a permit has had I
RESORTHOME ..
.
.
DEPT. S58 FONTANA VILLAGE, N. C. I i j will be. -.Monday Mary, Ann Jan. haeffe 7, aftschool. Acuity i : Oobtainin... a birth certifiJprovide',portumty each to acquire student habits with :the sklll", 1'I' I -' :- _-: '- : p' : -" '-" "--- =- ..-:-:.. : : ;_.

-- :r rate a necessary requirement m -
Scribe ;'and attitudes that are ne.d"We ,-,
(lirisfnus PageantWednesday I the licensing procedure. for him to become a citizen ,end i SULTANA PLAIN & WITH PORK
hope to have all that are: .
"
driver in our communityi .
afternoon Dec. 1!9 i I of age obtain their licenses by they|
the children of St. William''r 'end of the semester." M.Griffj I McGnff predicted that IIMI-' .'

MAYEVERY j I Catechism classes, under the d.:isaid.. :jstudents will be clamoring nt

BE FILLED I rection of the nuns:, gave a torch J Griff holds four classes a year to enroll in the cla a e..pt' BL ACKEYFJDPEAS

\ 4 I Christmas pageant, depictm g''ay'' with the stuiUnt.s reieiving dally since the new car h..,; 1m Mu

WITH CHEER elAND various Biblical times from th a half credit for the work. The obtainedCLAY .
I' Garden of Eden to the birth c 11

= the Savior. Georgie Allen an o+ m preacher for next Satnrda\

HAPPINESS 1 I Xorma Valdejuh were Adam an : night, and Mr. Thomas of Tifton
i LL"1
THIS BRAND | Eve; Angels were Barbar Ga. will he our speaker for Sunday :

'Drake, Mary Ann Sihaeffei morning. His father is out 1
,
Debbie Brault, Xorma Valdejul i I Sunday School superintendent ,
hf .Mrx. J. I.. Strjl'klllll.1 I
Y(4R ;i June Drake and Jackie Fo and we all love him. Therefore
EW :(
N % Shepherds were Georgie Allei .uuuuuaiuuuuau we look forward to hearing hi i
David Schaeffer, David I son preach.
Gaboard:' i' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colbert
and Mike Siprelle. Inn \\"t'Iwe keep getting letters
'I Kcepeiweie I and children of Curne.. S. C. arc Il InyI I
Herbert Nelson and l as well as people talking to wand
j Christmas with Mrs
,.. .- --- -. -.- : Allen. Mary Jo Siprelle was th lf I Corbert'a spending mother, Mrs. Ernie wanting to know: Why n<

Blessed Mother, and Pat UyaPlayed n I more possums? Well, we liav.
LiKAl lMAl fcUAkK*> In. i j Padgett her grandmother, Mrs
Joseph. Bob Morgan wo I' I', and other rela quit the possums and gone t'
rc
Gertie Faircloth, (
You A
Wishing Very Happy master of ceremonies. Throughoi It | tives and friends. catching hogs or so it secnih' .

the program, soft Christmas ni I Last week we caught sit hosrr
uMr.. and Mrs. John Brumfclow
sic was played I for Dirk Padgett and one fm 15 3.4 oz Cans
And Prosperous New Year on a tape r e of Jacksonville spent part of I II
corder furnished by Bill Siprell i I Lige Prescott. Had them shut
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afternoon with Dad am'Mom
Sunday :
After the program, cookies an('I I Strickland. up in separate pens so the-
Cokes were served to could be caught easier when th. %
ereryonpresent. f is
I Gene Lang of Tampa spending
owners came for them. Dirk sent ,
I Christmas with relatives in
to get his, and when the
Nursery rvliool ( tirte':
BuI Party j this section.
catching them -- well Lmo'
I
: Thursday, Dec. 13, the chi 1]I-1, Mrs. LillianCilki son is back
SERVICE
hog went over a five-foot fcnr.
i dien of the Happy House NurserShOOl ; I j home after spendin; some timr '
and the, last we saw of h'.i :
cJ entertained their mother'; j in Orlando with her children and "
GUILDERS SUPPLIES < with a coffee I II. he was but-running one of t':, .
morning and t' grandchildren.. We \can always I (
program in which all the chi!1look for Miss Lilli at churcr- faster.t jet planes that po: f>\. : Sultana lane) Short 'rain

z 7e dien took part. Under the d i when she is here to attend.( our house so much. We just won APPLES E S

lection of Mra Donna WalratlMis 1 We are sorry to hear that on- der if he has stoppedt, and :\ .
,... ... at J'A-L al,
xta Adams, Mrs. Mane y 1 of our neighbor boys, D. B I where he is by now? Hope u.. t. ,

Jane Wilson, and Mrs. Vest t' Lang, is very ill with double : have better success next tirr, niCE

-I t Aiken, the children did tot 1- pneumonia. He is in a Tampa I Bert Strong of Tampa is alway- F'-f1.j Ib bag 4Sc

I- hospital, under an oxygen tent I 4
asking us about the po:. and very weak at the time thir !|
Wonder if the hog story tt ill <1 l' : ; lb
report received. His bag
war par >
eats, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ljng I as well Surely hope so' I II 3 3Sc
Now we've it !
got and sister, Nellie, went to him I II 1t I

Saturday.We I
also learned that ou j ORANGES

granddaughter, Sandra Lang of I' "
1
Tampa, fell and cut a gash in '
!.V
her head Saturday of last week Sultana Large> StuffedOLIVES I
Super Shell requiring eleven stitches. II t 5 Ib bag 21 C

The little son of Hiram Pad I ,
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gett is slowly recovering fron 1
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virus meningitis, but has to g>/
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back for regular check-upa /-1\-f-- t: :. ,

some time yet '- _J Crispy IceburgLETTUCE

.wi ill TCP School closed for the holidaylast I _Z':7 __ ..... .-: :
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Tuesday morning with r | I W'/s-ozjar I

very interesting program giver j I 2fer23cFresh 29c

by the little children. They ca Small Crash .
really do spme good actin?. | i

.1'-i is_ors nwsi powerful gasvU i; One of our members of thr bill! -

Clay Hill Church, Mrs. Davis of I big I
X" Jacksonville fell and broke he Pascal

!the most, powerful cars'can / "', arm a short time ago. Last week I EVEN; a minor collision means I' .A&I Fane* Tomato

of her paralysi husband and suffered is confined a stroke to r I' a major parade hill nowadays.That's CELERY E L E 15C 1

than TfI'unleIHllf'stTu'fullIJOU'erOOptT Jacksonville hospital in a ser! I' one of the many rea- !
Higher 7nj7i test ous conditi n. JUICE6ozcon J
suns why more and more car _..
Shell U an entirely new (if liigh octane The Church haT' --, -' -----

grade of gasoline tint's more Super Shell contains TCP additive their Lo1inranch C'hril'lmFtree owners are earning Collision

I werful than "high test." It to neutralize harmful : night. Thi Insurance. Shortening

will l motorist more power engine deposits to unleash! music was1 wonderful :
give \ and c-i
than they ever imagined their the full power of high octant.TCP .. pecially enjoyed were the son? I5e: ready for trouble. :Make 3 Ib can 29c

cars could deliver, and will additive keeps a car dfliering I by little two-year-old Patrick ure that you have Collision: DEXO 79c

1\: '..-fy the still more powerful its full power milers Watson. Rev. Higdon gave r Insurance: to help you pay
(:\ t \pccted for '57. after mile. those after-the-accidc-nt repair -
.. short message on the meaning ...
)lore( aromallcs-llie potter 1'or a near /;asolinf-a uric I Christmas. < bill! on your car! -

ingredients of ailallon fin pump j The Clay Hill Church presented ; Sunnyfield -

Skll is the natlm'a Number Look for the new white pump its entertainment Saturday night .\.P (.rape

Oi' \lI'II"'r of fuel for cornnt mvstalion.'l'11tt'sthI.'Supt..r sbtumet.hlnv'iltion.Andfromthe i| and all of the children did un-' .- ; .
i Shell pump containing the usually; well. We had a large S 21b/

1';' > :1: i' iwcr ingredients of most powerful gasoline the 1 congregation present than wrexnected. | c I RICE lacI'
most powerful cars can use! j .' _
i ".u.oa fut'1-known as aro- : JUJCE'Juert
,... .. H LL ('onsldt'ringthey ha'i'rvkes
m' r mes the nepower .e. I--" a "... "T"e -'." ... Church''Ign
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'4i. .lI..ro. ; j :>t the H'r!:
cf.rilulL. :... _.;..:. .;:
a.' ...L. NLI.1 ..N MI. All
H. C. Wall\
J I- "' .' be ou1 AgencyPhone IILr
Shell the u' '' ,
Gel Super at ncir < fmp 1 _

lancing, b:. There I : 14G 19c I

JOHN A. TORODE JOBBER I were also S)1 re- I 200 E. Call Street ,4IY YY V.M...,{ 'UU'NI

"' 'I"-: From al w(:' gear, t'eIy I 11') f \i L ....'1. :--1 '.HhE.: I'J \.

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i'hone M tii I ,Jon: and ( htrrsir -.l.e: I :(lIt :,Li! : :
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA riilllVY. ut't:)lIaJ: : ?>i. !I't
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Lu Green Entertains STARKE NATIONAL GUARDIn ; Knight Appointed

With Christmas PartyMiss I '
r'I l! .- V hn'cht -
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: Lu Green entertained a' aiii<.le. in Inc'nt .-.e--ns :.ie 'iV'tMi' : !>!i h.ii: I .. C : > : .1-1: :U'' Jo: Ai
clelmhtful Christmas party or i .setei.U tinMt..< ii .<; :-. '.. '
:t : iiui.tion.s: oi i.t l r.AJU viimp.'je! tilt i : ,, V -

II' Cnn"tmas Eve at the home Of' tonal Guard unit Co. "C' of the 74h Arm"ml (licinara i I,1: !. :' 1.1"
I her :Mr. and Mrs. Lei .. .
parents : "
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I All of these sections work together coordinating their eft"- : ..
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i: Green. vide support to one-third of the 48th division. There art : ., s.. A'I:1. ,
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Gladys Mooty The Green home was loveh J )..4fII ,!' : ", '.
Phone 35 I for the occasion with arrange companies providing similar services. '
I
tnents of pink and gold Christ The mission of Co. "C" is to keep the equipment in .q.: .' ,. : M., 'y'

iias decorations throughout. Th shape and in emergencies it may be railed on to act as :an ,:iur I

Pansy Johnson William Cressler, mantel in with the living an artistic roaA'warcentered ar unit. .. ..... \
Other men and sectior.s whit h an- important parts of c". FLORIDATHEATRE
Charlie Burnett Jr. Elizabeth Bowling rangement of gilded leaves anr"
Refreshments were served:!
roses.
To Wed In January Marry In Georgia from a coffee table in the living! THE OFFICERS .., ...

.\ .v.'il'l'ni! of interest is that room where silver trays .he\f\
Christmas candies, cookies, cake it --
M Elizabeth Bowling
of \1.-" <;I.tee
ftL"iVi! of the late Dr. and and nuts. Egg nogg was als' .

Forest served from an nogg bowl .
egg 3
M- I M Bowling of ;
'' SAT. PEt H'.t I OM \
the evening the 10r ,1' ,
William During
Charles
I' u'j( < la.; and
r.s..n: of Mr. and Mrs. teen-agers and collese-friem' MKMI'.KKs; : 01 1JKTX: :M.M.rill, local pn.fi-ssimi.il 1\ ..men's ,ororitt HII<; BOnn.1n'ITIU: :

\ W Cressler, which was an I I1 guests played contests, charadesand I I1 slurred; Thursd.ij niuht of last week .,t the hit,,,, "ftt... .I.,,.
at F danced on the terrace whirl-!
event of Fnday, Dec. H, K: \\arr"II. to wrap Christina's ;rift; for patients .It the Mate Hospital
tha First BaptistChin was strung with Christina ,
Vock! at
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I Chaltahoochee. I :u-h BsP: chapter in th. st.ite semis .1 ( liristina -
.-h Forest Park Ga. tight -r'
.> hog tn. the :MattHupit.tl a> one ol' its projeets lor the \<'ar. Preparing -
Th.t :utdt'\light. double-ring Mr. and Mrs. Green were ,1.< .
(ceiemoMY! was performed by Rev sisted in serving: their da ughter's -. .. ii i# ; the box fur shipment are (I-rl) 31 ir... Kuliert KarUsdale. wlr,. r.. 1 it 1h

I H < ; K.nr in the presence of guests by Mrs. G. J. Mi- "ii' ,. 1p. acne( IJ.HI, ih.ipter i-resi.leiit; .'Ir... \\'arr.'nir.: ... Leon \. ..raIr.; ..

rei; itnes ami a few intimat Griff Sr., Mrs. McGriff .itMi .v j / mil \Ir'. ( urtis Mjlone.: I

Iriemls. and Mrs. Tyler Jones and1: : -. / ; !

Lynn Wells served Mr. Cresslei Lloyd Jennings. ,

2i1IgLwWi ;as. h.>-t man and Miss Martha ,,; ,+ r l jt i. I Humphreys Gold Held !Jlrlaott :ra

Bowline attended her sister a (Holidays Highlighted SERVICE MEN Christmas Parties .. Lv .
honor and only attend -, -+
II L>1 of ..
ant. \Vith Festive Parties For Negro Children '-; :;.rt'

:Miss Bowling was attired itt i .
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stunning model of pink pol- i The employees of the 1 H.jii.i l i T-: .. 1'I: e---1 1\ -
| Development Communion .tt t ft- I e.-s ."t Il'rn'ttilt\ !i (;,t'r l c.: ;P II.'.-
trim
j:- ll'lrot\ ton with a sequin '
:( t\llIH" Lan ,h: //n' ..t !:iike ,11',1 Lt.y' P"PH"Passport
i mej hat to match. With this she Camp Blandingenjoyed a (lUiding the operatiniK! of the unit arc, I r. st.niiliug. l.t. ( ..I. ,\.
.'.. : I Misit.:I u C. Jrhnson i dinner last Friday noon :at th"'roffices were entertain'! :'t Chi is!in1-
'i wore a corsage of pink carna V. ('11\in"tlllJ, division medical ollirer; ( \\ (( \. 1.. ( roby! .Ir.. MippH I' .' '' I'. ( ..j:\'. To Treason
the reservation.Preceding
< J"' h ::' Ill ', tunnerly of'arUe. 1 tions. on
I I the dinner the 5f officer; CWO.Iiihn! ('. Iw'lphen,, niainten.me ulfiifr; l.t. Unot-. Pe I jhl.in: ,! plant' pntyva 0 i.
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!" the ir
announce engagement The bride, who was given ."
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guests were entertained with :' : KeUJish, iLituun leader; l.t. Hilly I). l Ian"ly: |)latinn leader; it.vol.. '. ',.;;d! i" 1'1:. .it t'e! home of'' "Two 'rows From 'Ft '\I.; -
;.:.il>1 ,1'l'llJa'hm! | marriage of theiitlauiiiiter. marriage by her uncle, Jack 1
!: Pansy Annette, to Wells of Forest Park chose for Christmas program, and Erich i J.V.. 1'rounlee, diusion dental Mirgeon; l.t. Fred :Mulling, (platoirn \\'.'!." P.iown" in L.r.coln City; (Cartcon) Chap. No.: 7 "Kin.
St- 2t: chil-
her wedding a gown of ice blur Nuernburger sang a Christmas | leader and l.t. ,Jtie. (i. \Voixl. plalixui 1'aI'r.OI'atl..1: l is the company n Approximately Carnival"SUN.
Charlie .M. Burnett Jr., also ofJacksonville carol. 'icf. dro'nl're presented with a tov :
I satin and jersey and she wore r itimmaii'ler, 'apt. Randal I'. ('hith'. .1 .
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: son of Mr. and Mrs. I :a Christmas stocking and a candycane.
small fi quinr.ed hat of the same ,
< 'harhe1.. Burnett of State Farm I Mr. and Mrs. Stefanell' : Refreshments consisting o'l
Henry
color, and a white orchid cor i THE COOK SECTION .. MON.. ))IX. w.n:{( :
The wedding will be an eventof entertained 12 guests at a Christ d 'ire cream, cookies; and s'ift':|

Saturday Jan. 5, at 8 p.m. in sage. mas party at their home Sunday 1 drinks, were enjoyed by the chilj j i ii
the Orange! Avenue Baptist After a shoit wedding trir i dren and members of their fami- ''
when
evening gifts wen i .. .
Airman :2nd Class Charles L ex.tsTea andSympathy
the couple went to the
young pt
Churrh. Jacksonville.: All friends: exchanged. lies. ;
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home of his parents Mr. am'Mrs. Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Due.
:and relatives of the couple are I II ti
t i heli
The Trail
Ridge was
j party
Jenkins of Starke
invited to attend. M. W. Cresjler. for the recently arrive h
holidays. The first of the yea' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Taylor olIJ ,, at Ben Guerir Air Fore, I in the Plant Conference Room ore I

they will be at home on the I and i n g Street, Saratoga Base in North Africa for a onyear i Dec. 22. Santa Claus gave out ]: t. ,f,. '
Jean Gunter Weds over 50 presents to the children j i "3
Emory University Atlanta Heights, entertained seven couples tour of duty. He writes that K ?- >
campus I In addition Christmas l i-. :, _. CIMlltASCDPI y; MUlOCOlII'
stocking, I
at Christmas he
Anthony Johnson where they are loth students a party Saturday would he glad to hear from, I
evening The occasion was I I II fiends! : at the following address: and candy canes were given ti !j! PLUS

Miss Jean L. Gunter daughterof Mrs Carswell Visited also their 10th wedding; anniver A-'-(' 'harles L. Jenkins AF145Jlf 9 the ehildren. Leo DeSue led the

Mrs. Ruby Williamson and sary. 1 10th Aviation Depot Squad singing and Santa was played by 'That's My Mummy" (',U'-

Horace Gunter of Starke and By Daughter HusbandMr. "n AP ) ]113. Xew York X. Y_ j Arthmon Tyson. Refreshments of toon in Cinemaxope.
i ice cream, soft drinks and cookie
Anthony R. Johnson Jr., son of Chuck Xewcomb was host ti
llr. and :Mrs. A. 1;. Johnson Sr I and :Mrs. Ralph Erown are 10 young folks last Friday afternoon PKul c. Muse, son of Mr. ,,, were served on the lawn.

of Star ke, were united in marriage holiday guests of Mrs. Brown's in celebration of his eighth i.-i i Mi- ('urlliIuse: of Starke, Members of the Highland ant' i : !
JAN. 1-1
TUES.. WEI.
at 12 noon on Dec 16 in mother, Mrs. Ed Carswell, and birthday anniversary. The pal t, M ."IU"k, part in Army man:.j I! Trail Ridge Social Club assisted I I

the Air Park Baptist Church. I Mr. Carswell at 310 X. Walnut was held at the Methodist edit et 'i\t-!., pith the 18th InfantnK in these activities A delightfii' I

Rev Lacy Conwayvaa the of- Sfi cational building where his f It her a, n. nt at Fort Riley. Kan. time was hail In everyone con I II c Vpir''''ifrM

fieiating minister. i Mr. and Mrs. Brown were recently G. S. Xewcomb, .showed! t th. \ : .:!cuan: m the regiment':." ierned KM GIIIim m

The bride, given in marriage married at the home ol youngsters mo'ingpi!\'!II: 4 < J.' M'is' ,> entered the Army i ii i- I AaHSOH'CBUIBQSlllWWiMlllUI! [ j

bv her father, Horace Gunter his brother Lee Ray Brown, of Games were also played 1 dm\ in. k l T r \ .i:; i ,' liO.'i! and completed basi,. "Tea and Sympathy"

had( as her maid of honor, Miss i Evansville Ind. They were attended the party hours, 2:30: to 1 u't 1m, It n -.c>: it For J ik.son.. S (' 'To At Florida"Tea THE OPPOSITE SEX
and Chuck's mother, Mrs. Xe\\ Open 'SCrt91.SCUPtaasitit.. .," '
Mona Lu Gunter of Starke. Misr! by the bridegroom's son, ) J 1..1
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Ann Gunter was bridesmaid and I Maj. Donn Brown commanding comb, assisted by Mrsv Foste t Foreign Student and Sympathy." M-G-M'S I

Miss .Jo Ella Fowler, flower girl officer of Purdue Uni'ersitJIWTC. Shi Smith and Mrs. Bob Lewi:: The "morale Umsters," the men who keep the company fed art.. film version of the Broadway PLUS

James Sauls served Mr. Johnson and his fiancee Miss J(I served refreshments. l-r, MX' John I.. ..XlareSgtl.: ; Hubby L. Croshy, (pi. (
as beat man and HarmoI1"n I DeVoe. -- Cil. Joel Jackson and P,t. Hubert ('. Sapp.! Not: pictured I i is Sgt. and Monday at the Florida Thea "Flying Saucers" CarliNm
.
Samuel\ Hieasdale.THE! Rotary Club
Mr Johnson is employed by hi: Avery, if. a direct descendent 01 f were hosts at a Christmas dn The picture retains the starsof
lathei; at the Farmers Supply at the Garden Restaurant I ,I
two signers of the Declaration ol f ner party the original cast, Deborah
.n Slarke. He and his bride: wil!f Independence, George Walton 01: Sunday evening for cmployees SMALL ARMS SECTION F>r I .7 Putnam advisor t,[,) I Kerr and John Kerr. with the .. FHI., JAN. :3.1 I IPLUS

wide on the Raiford Road iiSt.irke I Georgia, and Caesar Rodney 01 ff of Koch's: Drug St.nand !,' foreign students at the University) I l screen version written by the ,

I Delawaie. Mrs. Brown was educated their husbands; wives an. of Florida, was guest speaker al I t|plays author Robert Anderson.: ,
at dates. the dinner I the Rotary Club Wednesday anc I
Washington Seminary. Following i>.uf
The
centers around the
start the New Year right hin"IM'tinJ ;w I Atlanta Ga., and the Conserva gifts were exchanged. II I discussed" the importance of th<<<., sensitive story, introspective student.
: 11h..m"o; fur saleSw of :Music. She student exchange program in tin.e i
tory is the grand John Kerr whose refusal to ('onr -
ad in this Ivue. I'daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs I Dr. and Mrs. T. C Hit h. :a- light of developments in th,s' l I form to the mold of the iegul..r t 1 ,

.. ", M L. Hathcock. Mr. Hathcock a t.1! Dr. an,| Mrs. Pete G. Fel--s entertained Middle East and other parts o '!guy makes him an "off-hoise" Ra h ntXXrAIDr

; 'Inn( time was "the Strawbern r at a buffet supper ; .- the world. I,and brings on the derision of his

I King" of Plant City and th e I Friday evening at the home V. The speaker said that it is im'iffHow: students, his conventional-

,grandmother, Hattie Gay Hath. the latter on Fast Call st I eo F. portant to give these foreign stu-I minded father and the contemptuous
cock was of the Dozier & Ga;) for the Bradford County 11.,1', : fients the right impression of oui 1 house-master Leif Enl'k".l1.I i
paint i ompany family of Jacksonville staff. democracy when they are broughto
Deborah Kerr, playing they
4"f I I "Vanknee Dowl It" Cartoon
this country so they can carr;
housemaster's wife, in an eftoit
I Mr Brown is the great-grand Ray Guertin was )ho.-. ,! ,. I the message back home. I to help the youth win his fight SPECIAL
-I of Dr. eight friends at buffet dun. The speaker was introduced b;.: .
suit Ralph Baldwin o I a !!
manhood, makes dcci.sum
,. k rn: land, and also a descendant party at his home Ills S.it-- !vflr litR.. S. Mullins who ha i jjfor' a "(.'opper!<\ & ('tmo "
2/1 the which affects both his future :and
dlargof
oi premier Baldwin of England. day evening. : program. ;
.':' 'f'I '...-'" He IM ,l cousin of past Joint RepWtlbor her own.

Baldwin of the 5th Pistri UDC Meeting _
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1y i :Mr: Brown was formerly con_ I The W. T. Weeks (hut. 1illl! i

\ m' ted with the Alldredge Oi II! IT. D. C., will meet Wcdne.,1' r ,:I I II

('" of Evansville, Ind.i I Jan.of Mrs.2, at E.3 K.o'clock Ferryman.at the 1 ho: :. :I:!! A Happy and Prosperous New Year ;

( HAKLEY E. JOHNS & SO?.V i ? I \\orUiiiK tin nlles diiriiig (raining 'p' rations are, rout I Sp-3 I''I'II '

shout your insurance.: 1 I Executive BoardThe Xernoii Slarli,, 1'fe. lirgil :-0. l.riHiBu'k., 1't.-'! \\..illaeeise, II:!! From All of Us !! .

GAY'SHome 1110 .Inliii. Stephens: ( and :>gt. Iliish llutson. iIII!!! i'I
executive board of th e
Insurance means peace o 'jl 1
mind and AppliancesYour i ?!arke Wonnn's Club will! mei : :
cushion
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a againsaihersity. t i I Thur.sil'iv, afll'l noon, J.in. 3, a. 6 Receive; Pins Presbyterian ChurchFriday .ii 1 -.?
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Friendly ', :3:30:: ) oii! k .it the! th!uli }lull ; lr
III :
i At Big-Dad Party t I
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)IIae(; adequate{ insurance fo r DealerN'JGh 8 p.m. 1,1'J: = t I

a Norge Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. Morn- iI!! .
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o ..xrrij.xxfr.sM.VYTXU Y( L Ol ; Sis eniJiloyoes! of the Dig Dad! ing Worship "Look at the Year" I.1,1, > ..... I I
five- ,
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New Yea 11111I.tllnngCo.: received -
Happy r .m '71Jli) ........ \ 40- a.m. Youth Fellowship. 6 pm II'':' 4 ''
: \\'.\ IIIJ: :" ; yutr pins, and one received a ill( I
RRlVafS J \.. u pin at the film's annua'Evening Worship, 7'30 p 111 : til : "

e ('Of.I w11N IIKXTKKS: : and 1I ,.i ('hr -tllI.s dinner held in the Monday. Dec. 31. s p in. I ,

Charley E. Johns 11.001: rrux.xcis: .... :..::... .. .... .. -"' Staike elementary r."hool cafe- Union New Year's: Eve communion ""I
J tcr.a Dec: 20. service. Fast 1..tho.h:1Church : I S ::1." !i

We Service All Makes 'ihe fl..uha.1 1 O.ar.tv llo.-pit;;i' i Those receiving five-year pins 8 KITTK.X COX'.XKK; 1101.1: l'(1\\LR: ):.\ .\RA IIFADEKSOSSecretary II
& Son Appliances :tnnounces the toilowmg birth!:r were Dot Geiger, Esther Starling, p.mWednesday.
Agency i
: Agent aDd Se-retar .\
Martinr Prayer Meeting, : i!, > gent
1 I :Mr.: and :\11 s. Leonard Edwi r i Delores Conner Pauline ) I IIII
Phone 10Starke '; \'Jt'kl'l"uf Stal ke, a daughte i j and two Negro employees, Clem 7-30: pinT Iii III!:
I hone 13: Starke, FI L. I : 1 and Ruby Clark. Th. !'. u'-d\ -V. 1'I' ('h .ir: pr.ic- 'I
'. Bryant
Il.uM"I | Deboiah Joy. Dl'( 19. mer ;'
I Ii I' 'I Mr. and Mrs. Warren JamEI ;r 1 40-year pin was presented! t'' ti. e :: .''I j' :i. : To All

Dora Sink. who was: e::.
----_ Stalling of Starke. a son. Thorns ir I Mrs.
I! I 1 Allen, Dec. 20. ployed by the Sicefnff :M.inu! Of Our Friends And Customers ill

1 i Mr. and Mrs. Edgar WinialI I turing Co. in Lexington N I' II'
I I Wilkinson of Lawtey a daughte r before moving to Starke. i

Gloria Ann, Dec. 19. I j I The pins weie preM-nt.-l l- COLONIALFLORIST i
I Mr. and Mrs. Ted BernaiCurti "I( D. S. Siceloff. president of t tin e !,
:'company, who was also h",.-t ..ri .
i :, of Hampton, a son, TE( 1 I
Bernard Curtis Jr., Dec. 20. i the dinner for some l.:;o en-pi.>\ i .
Mr. and Mrs. James Verne ir |!, eer and ;guests A complete tin! I Announcing: 1 I
I i dinner was served, topped> I, 1
Slade Jr. of Keystone Height s key: I
:a daughter, Marcia Kay, Dec. 2 1 :! off with nu'lded ice fleam S.inr' PHONE 218 ;
Mr. and Mrs. James ThomPre'att !r i Clauses.i : Over $10,000 in Dividends paid through our Agency to Policy j

\>- i jear draus tu a yeeaue to extend Jr. of Starke a daug! I After the dinner, employees returned 1 Holders in 1956 \

,, mi' lherv1li. best wishes to all of our friends and cus- ter. Donna Susan, Dec. 21. I to the plant for the om (i) :; :
I Mr. and Mrs. Durwood 1 1II' P I pany Christmas tree.

i '. "tuns with whomve have had such pleasant associa-; 'II' Dortch <>f XValdo, a daughte r I The plantas. shut down t"i' i : Contact us in '57 and Receive YOUR DIVIDEND. I:, I

I Donna Kay, Dec. 22. the holidays ana will reMiim LOWERSFor I i
: ."iiin 1 iy.:>6. We also take this opportunity to extend Mr. andll's.: Clayton! ((3 ; Production on Jan "-. .. I I .
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I Strickland ,1: .,f ct.Cc.'a: dan!il ---- All Occasions I I
Khes to for a future of happiness and .uirteous, salesmen ut Saratoga I
everyone
tor. K.tty !1' it2'2.!. I :
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Mr. and \\' T J' F.Sr. .- M
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of st t l-i-.i roTTin I:( PLANTS L DOYLE E. CONNER'IA I

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T 8 MERSEREAU I. ar.,) :Mr. ('l\.le (SriHif, *,"' the f..li.w.i.-. : I I. 'I! rorrntYFluuvm :
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BEDFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARRE, FLORIDA II t..1 J.:MMr
1956
DBCEMRKK 28.


i ... --I- Misses Louise and Etta Friprof I \11: :iid 1 Mrs' Jam,-:, Paul Dre \",II.T To \. rpC'ar'- 1 .' t .' i.". \ .. .
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Columbia, SC.. are holiday r q .I r .t:'.1! ...)n. Stephen. tf TOled'). ". '. ,. i .,
I Eruests of Mr. and Mrs. L. G '' ( ".. are spending the hol.daxy \ I.i'I. > 'HI 1' (.i: I'.,"M: u i'li :: l to., .

I, I'on'ell. Grow .. rye e \..'L. :Mrs. Drieer's r.: AT: !./ \ .'t, j I' .. .

I Mrs. D E. Knight and son :M-s. J 1..- Cole: : :; ..n. H. ri h n. -K. f I''.,. .
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I Paul] spent Thursday in J.-: k Msnd l : Mis. Cei-ii R Moored ( 1 l.-s I-- fll.\!: as.I'--: : .'. e" r
I '::11.\0"> n.': I >" '..' t ., I .. : C.'II.HUNDRED
I ,
Berries .
t ,onnlle. ; :- t yon James David wert'\ .. .ft ; '. 1 i .s. !
I IS 3/ (' : :" ; : ; ;
Mr. and Mrs. MV.. Lane I : : .st:r> a.s guests of his mother -'
\ :MIt. \\'. Moore.
Christmas with Mr. and .
spent x
a e .
-. --- --.. :\ Billy Curbank in Feinundina. I IIIs. For MII icc TOrreiit \
1 11i-JA I I! In Irrnit Court liradfvrd Coo 0(7, r i "
s. JMarline? riorlJa: In C'lunrrrf. .-
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and! Mrs Bill Edwards: 01'I : day \\\ith their Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Carswe): M I.indrttl,. 1'ii'iit,1! : \ -
Alanta.111! arne Friday to at sj" at t fhi.anus; and family of Waycross and! FFA i I. >: K I C: I.indrrih. I'tttmlaM t
... and Mrs .. ..
Mr
will! ":.1 inniy: : I''js \ i. .
t l.iid\ the Gatoi Bowl game Jacksonville. Sheriff and Mrs. B. R. Quinn Nollrr: 'In .tpprirT
Ji In
Mr and :Mrs. Frow Strickland M.titmoi and Misi I. and daughter. Wanda of Inverness .. I T..ink: P.. Unlit, n..". ,
Mr. and MLS. Robert Stefaneli :airs.V.. II. Struth i are spending a few days: \ Project d.i ttitl :tii Struth had as Christmas ea are hereby notified that
art fimily of Tallahassee spent Kate L I with Mr. and Mrs. :M.V.. Lance I l ,.J -.jt: f. r a
W.
the Chriitmas holiday with Mr day guests, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson .In. .,. ? .....1 r..I..rat..n ..t fO', ,. .
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ant' Edwards Mrs. Leah Bauknisht 1 ,. t pI derails are managed and eomum.eally ; -
Stefanelli of Lakeland spent the Christmas -
:Mrs. Henry
and family. and Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Strut weekend with her parentsMr. IIOU'KK: TIIKY I.OOKIJalll.: .-, end I.iniar Tyler !Htll) grade:: above has been named filed Court against and you cause tc ami:Tie : {trended that only a trained and

Stricklanr' of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs and Mrs. Hyman Turbevilk I !students at BUS inspect some of the fi.OOO riorida JO ...lraI'rrJ111.lI1t. you are required to serve a copy of careful organization can attend wN-n(
Mr and :Mrs. Frow your answer
Scott, ofIa.crlon I or pleading to the
Christmas daj Don Cornell and son. in Farrmont. N. C. and visited they are growing as their current Future Farmers oflIIl"1'i- complaint on the Plaintiff tAf'Tlnl the urgent rH for serving i is at
and family spent Ohio Mrs. W. W. Page ; I.l..t.r.. .
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II W. Moyei his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. H. A ri project. There's nothing "future" about taking cure of a Ixrryjmt In2 i" handDeVVITT.
with Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Merrill Lynn, of I li.: !M n". .1.i. K- MIX tit 1' F.!, .i .
.ifi .)at ksonville.! S i Lawson, Christmas night and < h this si/o, the hojs declare. It takes a lot of work right here and file the original .:. the uffur
Esther '
Lake City, and Mrs. j ,of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
Bill Smith is home from the Johnson of Plant City. j Wednesday while enroute home I and now. Thej're sons of )Ir. and 1Ir,. \\'. A. T II'rh.\ .. lire three 'I for before the
were accompanied bad :-'Mil 11 1\ ".f j.irm.iix r':.:.
They I
then
Florida for miles \\fst of I \\tev..
Tmversity of Mr. ana Mrs. Harold Lash and I otherwise the allegations of said J C. JONES
lid.iy.s with his parents Mr children of Kendalville. Ind. spent from Farrmont by Jimmy Tur- j Complaint will be taken as con-

.-nil :\11 s. 1... F. Smith Sr.M fc Saturday and Sunday with :Mrs 'I beviUe who is visiting Bud Law- I Mr. and Mrs. J. Jhm on MeClane I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and i! fessed This by notice yon. ffcall be published Phone Starke. Fla.
son through the New Years holi and of Atlanta ar ,
sons will
daughter. Linda spend Sunday -
i once each week
and :Mrs. Dick siefferman Edward Burns. I ;; for four consecutive Funeral Directoi Ambulance Service
with Carrie rived Wednesday to spend a week'| with Mrs. John Sale in Valdosta 'weeks In the Bradford County Tele-
: Mrs.
<.t I Gainesville;: spentlond.1y Mra T. J. Griffin j jRitrh days.Mr. 11"I'h.| i iluttil
and Mrs Gene Norman o; with Mr. and Mrs George Flynrr. 1 local funeral borne to u4
Mr and Mrs Merritt Williams and Miss Annie Darby; -in* ji i .1.,>' i if ln.ttni'cr, OUr ensues u otter convenience
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Mi--, ;d s Idol! and Frances fan spent Christmas day with Dr i Jacksonville spent Christina: and family.Mr. A3-c Floyd R. Crosby Jr. of :i! ("OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby services act othrr...ne availableT

I b.: ,-nd\ Mi and Mra. Dick and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza in Jack- |I with Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Henry and Mrs. E. L. Matthew? Shaw Air Force Base. S. C. and I i I ,".,,,' n.t.'h"i t n.. i u"iu sore .

S.M'M'iin t : spent Christmas will sonville. | Mr. and :Mrs. R. R. Turnipseed and daughters will spend thr I Misses Anna Ruth and lIar Pv >:.tran I. O-.v. I I-1>. ,.",'-ity, It(n.Tk i "1- -- 6 # wawa.

M-! :'t! :\i\! J. A. Landrum inThis I M.imw Brown of the School? and sons of Augusta Ga. an weekend in Orlando with Dr. and Alyce Crosby of Jacksonville __ M* furnish the f'.gnest type service at ;retreat price, arts

I:' ',-\'II1P.: of Medicine University of Miami spending Thursday to Sunday Mrs II. B. McLendon and Mrs spent the hohdavr. with Mr. and j jMi. !I rirrnii NOTICK('Dorf TO. Bradford APPEtR Count accept A.NV. life insurance poiiri >If. force oed by A. \%.'

miM>; the Ust offering ] and Miss Florence Brown II | with Mrs. Carrie Adams, Dr. M E S. MatthewsMrs. ';;. Floyd Crosby.Mr. Florida Iq, ('.". nv. ? company a? payment in parlor fa.! .a & funeral
and Mr. and Mrs, All.i], !:. mint \pl.iMUiffv; ,
<.f new homes at these bargain j who is teaching: in :Miami arc j B. Herlong, I J. A LeClerc attended th and Mrs Eustis lt-Knght I I..."" F'C. I'M: [ naui. Iiefi idant St.-; CoualtaUon car r'PI! no oDll ration

jiriir, ,. arc( ail in this ivsne spending the holidays with their Frank Herlong. I formal debut of her niece. MIv received a holid'iy cablegram I Ca'c10,1:', ,; --

li.rnl.i Realty: Co. I mother Mrs. M. F. Brown. I Mrs Ira Harris and children : Hazel Murdaugh Jackson daughter from their daughter. Miss; Dolores -. ------. .

.H: : Pivm of Lejeune, N. C MisAlice; St. John of St I ate in Douglas. Ga. visiting he 'j\ of Mr. and Mis.: Edwin P McKmsht.: who is spendingthe -

ndi";: ten days with hi? Augustine and Stephen St. John;, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eric | Jackson of Vamsv.lle S. C. am' holidays in Hong Kong, Chi- '

i < t' i 11 II: s.V.. D. Faxon. of Bradenton spent Christmaf" : Moore, through the New Yea Jacksonville! last Friday! night na. I I

\lt, ,nd :Mi.! ;. H. J. Waters am'' with their parents, Mr. and MrsV. holidays.Sgt. in Jacksonville. :Miss Nannie Graham. Sanders ; V1ATCI/ HTS1YEAR'S

,,,'. [ ''''U'I Is. are spending this S. St. John and family. ;I and Mrs. William E Mrs. Erline Bussey of Atlantr of Wytheville Va. 1:> spendingthis i iI

wt 'k a Mobile Ala. with relatui Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and\ Plummer and daughters of Em, was the holiday guests of he' week with her sister, Mrs j

,-. Sii ..innc and Frances For daughters of Live Oak spent i ory University, Atlanta, Ga. rother-in-law and sister, Mr. am' Guy Andrews and family.Mr. ;

'in' "snendim the week with thphIl.Indpan'nh Christmas with Mrs. D. L. Sil- I spent Thursday to Wednesday Mrs. Ed Carswell. and Mrs. Robert Barks- II NEW\ EVE DEC. 31

Mr and Mrs. M cox.Mr. I I with Mr. and Mrs. :M. F. Hazer Miss Carol Ann Pickett Mis dale and family spent Sundayand I ,

f Ford in Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Raulersonof Jimmy Hazcn is spending th Christmas Eve with her
I Catherine Harper of Penneyv ;
and Mrs. J. K.: Wall Jr Gainesville spent the holiday" I holiday with his brother-in-ldi Farms, and ilrs. Ruth Frazier parents. :Mr.: and Mrs. J.V From 7:30 P. M. To 12:15 :

have .'s holiday guests \\'aynrWall with Mr.. and: :Mrs. J. M. Kelly i and sister Cpl. and :Mrs. Ma of Graham were employed a' Home in Hampton.Mr. i iI I

,if Henderson N. C, Mrs and family. They all spent i i Furlong in San Antonio, Texa, Gem Jewelry during the holida; : and :Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy I II I,

William T. Harris and Mrs. C Christmasday with Mrs. Allie | Lt. Col. and Mrs. James A spent the Christmas holiday in

M Feeler of Lexington" J?. C. Driggers in Lake Butler. Griffin spent the holiday wc'kt'nlwith .1 rush. Brunswick. Ga. with Mr. and Singing Fellowship -- Refreshments I:,
1 I Mr. and :Mrs. Tom Lennon o 'I i:
and Mr and Mrs Frank Richard;: Bill Green is getting along! relatives in Lakeland.Mr. ft Mrs. J. C. Dever.
Charles Town W.'a.. spen ::1:
and son of Ihtmi.Ir. nicely after being confined with I Mrs. JennngsIc I Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lamb o1l r' Preaching
and Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. F.
and Mrs. II. K. Tyus ha the mumps the past two weeks I Gauley of Greenville, S C., :Mr; ..'. l Thomasville. Ga. and Mrs. P. Y II
a. holul.tv guests their" son. Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. J. T Lawson and 1 G. E. McCauley and :Mrs. Ca.I Stump. j Lamb of Savannah Ga. spenl t ''\\1''

01 the Destroyer N. O. A family and Mr. and Mrs. T. 15 I Motes of Palatka were Wedne i. Mrs. Bessie Rooks Townsend c r..f I j Monday to Wednesday with Mr Come welcome in the Glad New Year in a spiritual atmosphere -
the
Norfolk, \'a. Mr. and Mrs. Dav- herding( Jr. spent the weekend j day visvtors of Mr. and Mrl !' Jacksonville Beach was over and Mrs. Ray Taylor. '.11,:'

III l Thomas and baby Joey, o r in Dothan and Headland. Ala. l Charles Hardy and family. night guest Sunday of Mr. an 1 :Mrs.: L. S. Hutto and family\ : I''
i and friends. !
Lakeland ani Mr and Mrs II with :Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Strin?- i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cantic I' Mrs. L. X. Pickering. Mr. an(d have had as holiday\ guests, Mr among '"

II Tvius of Chattahooehee. I fellow and other relatives I of Jacksonville were Christina;as Mrs. Pickering spent Sunda y and :Mrs.: Charier, Parker of Cocoa :!\II,

Mr and Mrs. Johnny Kurchet't Mr and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez and I \ day guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Ho b. afternoon with :Mr.: and Mr s Mr. and :Mrs.: Brad I.Ol.'klan ;" ;

and family of Portsmouth Ohii' daughter Dorothy spent the.1! ert Green and family. Homer Lewis at :South Jackson Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutti EVERYBODY WELCOME :!i:
I'
err spending the holidays; wit]hr' Christmas holiJ.lYsith Mr. an ;' Mr. and :Mrs. James Reddi sh ville. and family of Jacksonville. IiEVERGREEN

Mr md Mrs. Marlon Elder, am I Mrs. Ralph Alvarez in Fort My- I I and family of Valdosta. Ga. spei nt Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathew's Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley o

'.'niilat, Kingsley: ,k(' ers. i the holidays with Roy: Turn'r had as Christmas day gUf'sts.II I'. Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Dewe t ii''

1 i! Mr. and Mrs Robert Green, al 1tl land, Mis. Lowell Mathews an d I Warren of Statesboro, Ga. spent BAPTIST CHURCH

...... Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Turner ar 1(1 son Dennis, of Starke. : \ Sunday in Jacksonville with :Mi r
family at the State Farm. Mathews of Gainavilel Mr. ana :'' and Mrs Ruhatd, Ray anti! Mi

Mrs. Virgil Mathews of Atla 1and' i :'oIr s. Pot Roves ''
Broadcasting .Inn my Slade of Eufaula AI Lawtey Florida
HAPPY spent, a few days last week \viMr. tl' tic Beach, Mr. and Mrs II. I I I1d I Mr. and MrII \\ Hamptol t ,

NEW and Mrs G. JC. Goldwire al Hunt and Mrs. Mane Wilson I l! of Kannij n,1::"-. \ (C'1" !sw: *< i iI Ih ,

Jacksonville Beach Mr. and MrIv. ," of1, ;i"d :Mis | I. C,'b'! .1!:' I "AI'il -. -_ _
YEAR family. = = -
Mr and Mrs. B L. Kenne Dillon Whisler of Neptune Beat 11. Can !m ('!!I"I.I': :i i I ___ _n ___ _: '
GreetingsTo nand' Mr. and Mrs. \\'lllial l Flu!,

ville and Byron were: holiday Kennedy guests of Jackso of 11[r land, daughter, Demse. of Sou:I i no,:. -'1: .;o- _:.; .,fr--=:.JNt.5
: and :Mrs. II H. Rabb Jr. Jacksonville.
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Mr and Mrs. Peeber Goodm 111 Comer Perryman of Jat'kso! : .

and family were visiting Mr. aMis id ville was home for Christmas : r NE EW YEAR SHOWING OF HOMES

all our many friends and customer* in Starke and Cyril Pu-kren and family in Delano Thomas of Biloxi. Mi-"
I Ocala on Christmas day. is home for the hulida\ '.t.1 t tt'l

vicinity. We are truly grateful for your patronage and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ttert'Faulkn: I his parents Mr. and :Mrs .\. ,

of Jacksonville and Mrs. Geor:ge I Thomas Sr.a .1: ALL DAY TUESDAY -- JANUARY 1 1957
support during the past months. If \\e have not been ] Jordan and family of Alma (;: i I Mr. and :Mrs. Herbert! Thus! ; ,

j of land daughter Kathleen: ,tspending re:
called upon to serve you during the past year. we hopeto were Christmas Paul eve Faulkner.guests ((, this week at tlun < .11.1 II' i
Mr. and :Mrs.
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have that pleasure during 1957.: andill do our Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn Ir in the Scrub. We will have six modern homes for your inspection in Saratoga

1 and family of esburg we're :Mrs. :Mae: Hawkins a"d! -<,n.

utmost to render you prompt, economical semi ae. 1 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Flynn i Sr Paul, of Waldo, and Miss MiChesser.
'on Sunday. : of Gainesulle vii 1 rc r' Heights Starke's finest Development

Mr. and Mrs. Kaspar Dunc:: :Christmas day guests of M: ai 1.\.\

MOENCH ELECTRIC SERVICE of Decatur Ga. will Year arrive holida tad:1.Irs.Y' Mr.. Titus and Olson.:Mrs.: H. C. 1.lIiht,: r '
to vx-nd the New As SPECIAL INDUCEMENT to create interest in
\\ .th: his parents. Mr. and M I'S and children of Jasper MM-! 'r U a I

Phone 50.VAV; 1)1; t;:) Hrounlee St. P. O. Io\! 711 1:. G. Duncan. Christmas with11' and11 l ,

!J"\:1 Mr:\ <; and Christmas Mrs. J.day M.guests Edwar, J'Ir ole (Joe Mis.P. Tomlmson.A. W. Redgr.ue of Peer' :s- ; j this most delightful section of I II.

of Jai k burg Va. is visiting her r Ii i uuters ::!!I.
.lames
High
:mil Mis.
sonxillo, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. E d Mrs. Cal John Mi: .I..Io 9.- Starke, we are making the following I

MANY MANY' THANKS \ll'lls and daughter Pam, ;:Martinez, and Mis. \\' J K: T.m.. 1.' r. ; I

P.ronklvn Lake and Mr. and M m and families. ; _- ". j'
J.It'1 Bell of Gainesville. Misses Marpo and .lo.iun i ian LM," j I

FOR THE WONDERFUL\ WAYYou \ Mr md :Mrs. T. E. Dune:: of Ottawa Canada u.n 1. .: .<. : !

:im-l family of Gainesville willIncts be their aunts Mrs. Dor.thv! -,1; :!, < "" ATTRACTIVE
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Miss Pat Lamb .,lId| Mi'Audrey it.

Have Responded To My New Seal- IIII'1o' In of on Mr.Sunday.and Mrs. K. G'an i t!Monday.Intl: Grew on :'UIJ'\'! :.' i i. lif j ; r lEI B; OFFER :

Mrs: P. 1':. Stone and Miss A la-[
Mrs. Lola Johnson and 1 l';
test Distributorship in Starke and Vicinity 11':0'; Anderson of Archer < Wt'awrr4' "-------- ,; ,to purchasers of one of these desirable ,
Mimdiv: Wetlnesday with I\Iri[ j Baker of Ocala an,11':0.: W I Il ; .

and! Mis: E. M. Davis. Baker of Jacksonville \\eu-: '!l'' .;. -,.;.?, .: homes. This offer will continue until Jan.
rk 'fay guests of :Mr. and I :ails IKi; ... .
f' Mr and Mrs. S. G. Denma
'; 1 1937! ; until claimed before
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f. 'Godwin.davl y or they are
and Dr. j .
Denmark
fi: :Mis. P. S. ,
J 2nd Lt. and :Mis. Wnl: im ] i ._. "" ", .r : .
F Denmark spent Christmas Ir "
: that time .
., Thon fa', I Booth of Big Spring TtI :\ .> :a i '
*nth!! :Mr. and Mrs. Joe : ..._.
rived Wednesday of 1.i.s1 \ ,. 1 .._ ; > < : ." .
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{ r.al in Crescent City. -.1", ::- _Ji; '" '
I spend the holidays .\\iii! Ji'n" .'"
: Bruce Davis anti' con[
-. I Mps. "
: 'T'arents, :Mr. and Mi.s M \C \'I.
Powell of Arcadia were week .Cressler. They willen'\ ,' ..1f..Lfirst .'I I :Pf' 1.-A brand new ELECTING UANTiE 'iJr" .
ur"ts of Mr. and Mrs. E. m
.. the of fr C..
Davis. January that tiMiuIIy imoices for 5191-: : (to the ';
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Mr.: and Mrs. L. E. Loem} er i AFB, Selma, Ala. Also "p'nthe .1- R :

': and daughters. Nancy, and E 1.".,,'j'''lnR holiday with the Cre.-di I:>, ptlrrl'la -er who M"jns i up fir>t. oJ' .:: %- .g. _
1St.are their son an,| dall ht'-l'-i:I. '\
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''of Atlanta have spent the p[ ., "
i week with Reand Mrs. Don:Ill! law, Mr. and Mis.: Ch.incsV'.1- : 0 credit t h.initial 1 ( :> J....
Kokomoor. I Liam Cressler, of Atlmt.I 1i .: :wIO on pay'Y

I start the X"W'f'ar oft wownership itb i' Booth graduated'and ret ei\::' ment' on the. 1 puTcha>e price of a home to I= } .
I of a modern, n l'1 his wings from basic pil.l I:a. :

I take this means of extending to you every home. 'ee ad .this issue \1>.ding!l I Dec.school 4 and at Webb is now AFB.assigned' Ton ,'\:.J.'0)'I : the purchaser- who signs l up second.ISP Jfnlill.. I

da Realty Ca.I t

good wish for the New Year and hope you "Mand I loVsonville Mrs! F.snent G. Hutthiru Christ:or ac i i ing three at months Craig AFB.mstructm St-in-.i: t.i.\. ;.l,, 3.S50.00: credit on the initial pay --- '. ...-. '-._'::-- _

after ;".-
which '. :
.j!in- \\ th Mrs. Edna Hutrhin!an j heill tetu nWebb -" ment the of home -- : .
on purchase price a to : : ; : ti __
wonderful Sealtest ,,;;. .
will continue to AFB as pilot; m.stnuto1 ...
use our i IP l i.i'iiily.Mr I I I .. ". .Y' ._ _
nnd Mrs. R. O. Dans rb\ Mrs. Laura Colley. CUT C"l ll!,.i' t the purchaser who signs up third. ,..:' .

Products all through 1957. a 11,1 1 son.' ?tick,., scent Saturc 1a .1 I and Miss Barbara Colley 1 Itj"p '1:1: .- .".. ..
Sunday for Fort Mead! .I
: \\Int'sday'with relativesI : tope::1.
j the Christmas hoh-lay! withand :.It
I Ozark: Ala.
Sincerely and Mrs. Sam Bail
i :Mr and Mrs. E. D. j G.llifipie. i
Tenly letuined on Monday and the uf! These Prizes will be awarded upon approval and consumation of the deal.
c' m. Snnnv, and Mr and MI Irs: j
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I Riniiall! Chit!',' were visiting M[rs i ers on Tuesday. i.
W. D. THOMAS
IV.I H. TenH-? and familvGn'nesville ir Gerald and Terald Heymir anth'

I ': on Christmas' day. spent Christmas in Tampa w : Do) not be afraid to be fourth or fifth on the pur- It is our earnest opinion that you will never bu>
their mother.
Mr and Mrs Alton Si ti'li)
DISTU1HITOKCarl C. :' Bill Allen was in Lake WSunday .: cha; :- e 1M- because if either of the first' three are a better home for the price for which we are of
of Gainesville' have: moved t.

"'19 Pmew: n i Drive. Pirn! : ',|'_ and Monday withparents Li. II disapproved the prizes will mo\e down to the next fering these beautiful masonry homes with ft'fin \ f
Home Delivery n\:
Hurst .
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1r and MK. H. E Brad!e' :1 i
f"niv! of Dii'.e! City; hart ::. i y. ; Mr. and Mrs G' : :... Ktutn'f' !t' order etc. until they are claimed. The only way convenience and with the latest designs and
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I ;: family have ,,? !: .ir! cue'=' I materials.
i : 1'F .\kn-. ?t Er' :
I, ". ..nn't!! w th the 1.7."'r'I". ..Kaufinar.r's. : f ,- .' iMwK : i.i the will not be claimed is for the purchase to All are three bedroom houses and with city
1 : : :nn of D., .- RI: I
I IV "oml I i'o Insurance c'. Ii
I :anu ham nrothci-.r.-: ',- pis. i be made after Jan. 13. 19:>i. utilities.
i r li!M cc': Jik( : liJ1rr'i1\ re-
I Mr. and Mr=. j. ;k f.. : i ::a .
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I "n to -.1" -i >'::.itiry Ac1AT :'In:
I childien.: : C.:" -," '. ail! '
"n .1.-: 2 after FTHT '
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('*** Billy Miles: of Chi "<. ?; FLORiDA REALTY COMPANY Of! STARKE(

.. Chnstn-.as w.th: hs: parent ,
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and Mrs. E. F. Miles.
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I ('T't'iianT? srier.t Christ' m' n No obligation.:: Just ee 'cm a! I TUF.KI'IIONE 3S3nan.Y.

v w.th: rilitives in Jack.sn, Sarati.g.1:: Heights.: X1'1'ar's'' .

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Defendants.OTHI ?
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: 'I are hereby that a S
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To BeUnwanted I KMIM-\T IH \I\I\I I
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Bfeflffiwv anc tnd H. The tulhnriK CONFIDEXTI.M.
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iieI t Court and
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nr an-"' 'r or pleadine, to the con MARION
FINANCE
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; "IT ,n the Plaintiff's Attornei to all 1,1'-- t.s ., ,5 CO Inc.

n> Ceo T. Ilu KII AV ,... f. ';j i I .\ ''. ..1 I '. ::':. ..tt. 30t Smith Uuild- I r.artos I1:iv. iniy or' ( i.fl.g, .. .' i., ,
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: ; .I"I i.-"n\ .::.- ;!. Florida t taiK..KC : : .- :2Iv.?I rimerily( C
Countgt'nt rr inner It"n t > i r i it! i .i'.e' phone FRG-5333
Al i i "I! f''I.! tl..- "rlBlnal In the office of .'. rLt''! plr..I land ,
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---- _. -- wa p4 ... .It.,,k .nf the Circuit Court on or d's1 ,;l.. .1 anti tl'! ,' fallow n.:' I':": .i'-. ':,- (..aint" \ile.! Fla. ,

: of the :1f : )L' -1 djv IIC January I:':<.. opcther n.th all uiki'nv\n: 1 ju '.
J'n'to.. t 1'UnU From Cold Judy Kelley president ,fiuf' (lie allegations of said <'!.nnng by, tin iUBh I''r u,1!, t

}.:"!.-, tinon.e of your shrubs I I club, will teach the girls how to Christmas k ,. 4f T4 ,1 .taunt. will be taken as confesa- J. nown persons who are drat rwho ;
i the can and wire up IiJ \iU are not known to b" d. :.<1 i- :
and plant-s! already nipped by put on plug 1u notice shall oe published alive:

k j'ISt be "lucking the I I the lamps. FA.k @ fI s tr.ii h week for four conevcu- %an.... .tad .'d"r....... I WE CONTRACT FOR {
J.i.: may ,
be .\t' %\ 1,< in the. I'.radfi-rd: County J M. Kdward.s. Starke. Klor ,I.,
barn after the" h<>r.se is stolen. I!I'I Part of the meeting will $ '", .i-ciaiin Lucille C. Edwards. S'arke }Fi.-.l. I.Kayonier. I

But with still more winter ,: devoted to recreationsmgmgI .!Int.i U.Ith! :: day of December, Inrorporatrl a Deauai: : ALL TYPES OF BUILDING
I 1 I ,.. Corporation I
w a.ther on the way. you can help games so this is a date that I' SEAL* Charles A. Corporation Trust Co ji.S 'nnc.i '
iiKFClAI. Darby IIUSIXESS
} H'n thii forlorn pup at thtMarKe: |pound M-rn to f."t'l the l 'ne- AND RESIDENTIAL
stve those plants which weren't I no member will want to forget. Clerk of the Circuit Court dated Puild.ng. EiM Bay atn.t; .' i
!>hnWnf''i that conies with Ix-ing liomclcv. and mma-ntt-d at Christmas Hy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Jacksonville Florida I REPAIRS REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES
seriously damaged.A Jan. 5.Holiday. I r.:! .>14tll1 Resident AgentA i
time 3'1 she .tiks her nose through the \\ire in search of a reassuring of
mulch applied! over the :;: SafetyWe I I strip land 40 fett tv.de, FREE ESTIMATES t
: I through a portion .f fie N r-u
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ground: under shallow-rooted j concerned that pat. OTln: TO AITKUtIn half tXH) of Southeast QuarterSK I
were quite I
such .is azaleas will aid in1 I I S ( Irrait ourt. Bradford. fountf 4) of Section Thirty Six (1oTownship : > YL./ !
plants our homes be filled with the I I'liirldai In Chnnrrrr.William Six: (6) South. T.anco THIGPEN JR.

reducing cold damage. particular type of fun and feast- stop the wind from blowing it i and son in the Evergladea I .*. <:ardiner, Plaintiff. vs. Twenty-one (!!1) East Pradford ,
EIzabl'th! II. Cardiner. 1I..r'ndant.
County
FlorIda. 10
lying feet
Covering plants Is a better ing that to us meant Christmas.Are away" Mr. and Mrs. Ben Saxon left Case :';"). 10-193: ? either side of a (..nterln... ea.i on: Phone 297-J StarXe. Fla ;

protection against frost than a- we as concerned that our I I Sunday for a holiday visit to :NufliT..: Kl'znbeth To! tpprnrT. II. Cai-diner. whireM.lt .. described, enterlme as being follows more partuulirlv Route 2, Box 213D;
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painst .v\er'> cold. Main value ofa homes be filled with Holiday I Robert Batten tells me he has Pompano with Mr. and Mrs 'me and address is: K''ute Zj, Commence at Southeast r"f', r of I

cover is to shade plants duringthe ? Takt. the time to observe I \\ .-! M.iiu, lJulhan, Alabama.! said North half (N1of South: a-t '
that
Safety got a good stand of oats and George Saxon and Mr. and Mrs
I' You are hereby notified that a Quarter (SE', ) and run Ih.'n" *> I _
thawing period rather thanto some common-sense precautions.Take his lupine is coming up fine. He Will Saxon. I ,nit fr divorce :North zero (0) degree four (4) {
the temperature tree down has- bull fiU-d apain.st }'..u In .theabove minutes and "
actually kocp Christmas as tw..ntyJ) yicondvPast
remarked. "It sure pays to use a ,i Mrs. M. E- Hankins of Tensing named Court and cause and along the

hiher. soon as it begins to shed needlesor grain drill when :you plant I be- : :, Mich visited last Wednes-1J I ItU are required to serve a copy of a distance Easterly of six nnnnd.irvthereof hundred : See BILLY JACKSONFOR I
few other tips It is | our answer or pleading to the oomlla irt: '-one .n,1 .
Here are a show signs of dryness. lieve I have a perfect stand of I' > 1\\ intv-oiie i.unilredths -
in I :ntn thr rUin'iff1Attorneys! ,
with Mrs.
| day Hampton Frank (fit',1 I.Dl n f< .t to point of :
whuh niav help guide gardenersnow I full of highly combustible natural oats with that District drill. ; Williams. I I J. .'. Adkms.! Jr., suit S.inuu-1 W. li<'Kiim.ri7: ':. jo'nm 1'nt ,if begin-!

or in the future: pitch and resin and when dryit I IR. ':,'Iz'.n. 1'. U. I'ox M, Uaiiit-svillc. nir,.' this .1-,.r.bi ,I I. i .n S-nth |
I \ Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon FI..rldaland s. \-y-ticht t 0:' ) .l.jit" 1 Go.*! a.r: drainage will protectplant is a veritable tinder-box of C. Dampier used the Dis- !I! .i file the original in the office of I iniiiii', .!.5s ami tuituv (.ui)) M- TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKINGAnd

? ; htvAtver, plants should be trouble It burns so: rapidly that | and daughter, Gail, of Eau Gallic he Ckrk of the Circuit. CO'Jrt ')n or nl"l, W.-:, a ,i-: :. trict's drill to lupine' tiefore the .
protected from cold winds. it is virtually impossible to halt !I grain plant i spent the holidays in Hampton ; dav of January 1557: 1 1It.Ir..1 urulrcdtht 1 i- sfhtv---;'"."\-i'. :nd f.nv--i\. All Type Tractor Work
I for land builder in his com J ) It.t! t. :-1-1!
north west a i I with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mac otherwise the allegations of said I .
:2 riants ( n the or the blaze by methods ordinarily I anKle j point, r.1I TI ".'e s"<11:'li I> S
field and for winter grazing i I Complaint will be taken as con- ., .
rye I ntv-i"nc (7i) d rit-. r .rt.-
Hi<1.> of a house will show less available. Greens should also be j intosh. Mrs. Ethel Tidwell, and frid "
DV PHONE 1G5
you. I'H;;) iiiin .'
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I in another field. I I I' a.l 'irtv (4")
'o1d (3flt'! removed as soon as they become I Idry II Miss Betty Durling. Also visiting I Tula notIce bhall be publishedunre I 1-" nd- \\ "t a .Iz, t.tnet.f j n.. I
cold I I i m for each week for four consecutive I 1'1I.lr.1 tl>.rt" ->iX and tw tfpurilfi : ',
:3 \Vatf-rin? plants before Hampton several days last > -
the Bradford Tale
j in County .
i :?) feet to an angl p..nt. run W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER :
w. tthf'r increases cold resistance.: The rift or satery is suitable; t| IF YOU RUIN YOUR FIELDS I week were Mrs. Sa.'1n's par 11\\.1.; IVicmlier.UoFFlCIALSEAti I thence South .."eIlIY-t'ht (7X ) ,
tills: : t.f
4. Dis. T;e.1 and weak plants and and ood for life YOU: LOSE. eyyyyyyyyiV1IVVVVVVVI nt;;. Mr and Mrs. Pop of Eat :' day .'mreethirtysis, I Irt: ) HUH:,;r>- .. : d I,
all t.C.
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i for ages :: f'rs(40) secnndst.. ,
a li I.u.i
those making vigorous growthare i Gallie.I I 1t ) Cbarln .'1.. Darby of three < i
New Year's \\'i4i I hundred eighty-one <(< :M I ) |
| I Clerk of the Circuit Court _. _._._
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1 et to an angle -- -:'
damaged more than healthy May each of you have a happy I Mr. and Mra[ W. C. Hall andI Hy Marian L. Crosby leputy CUr* South point:. run thence 1
( Sixty-'cven (G )
and dormant ones. New Year and enjoy the black II]I It i I daughters or Live Oal visited I 12.1 H I: /:!S rty-six (46) minutes d..sre"s'l]I. :

JSrookfr 4-1 Girls HAMPTON\ I :;:: (40' seconds West, a distance of FUEL OIL
eye peas and hog jowl! < j last Friday in Hampton with ?Mr In The <'.>.unlT Jad '" ( ...1'1 In and l two hundred seventy 270) feet,1 I
The senior 4-H club girls in I I I'ur llmdloril loiinli. I'lurnln.
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and Mrs. K. Watterson.. The more or 1"11. to the water's edgeof I
make IIX UK: l:>t.ite of J.uiio EHr..t: t Kowell Like
Brooker will approved ; said Roweh I
Hy Mrs. 1) E. 1U11 Wattersons were dinner guest Loadholtz. Sr. pprea-.w!. 'tk"l tI
being
reading lamps at their meetingJan. of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Simmonrfor I rii.. MIIHI: in the referred field notes to as Alligator of the U. S.:; I I For Dependable Keep Full Service Call

5. (Saturday). The meetingwill i6.... .. A ....A Motice is hereby givtn that thE! Government.
Christmas. Mr. Simmons ha? underpinned>: "n The 14th day ol f 'j
You,
and each of
you. are hereby
be held at the Com t
I MIS.S'Edna Eyie and Wm. C- been ill at his home near Hampton November 1956 filed a final accounting 5-. commanded to appear in .
I of her administration ol f
munity Hall at 10 o'clock. Miss entitled
Hammerer of Philadelphia, Pa. for wveral days.E. the estate of James Kverett Load January, court 1937. to on show the 23rd what day of, L. F. (Monk) IIKINS
Jean Robinson of Clay Electric right S
holtz. Sr.. deceased and notice I 5
will be present to give the girls; i = STRENGTH 5 | arrived Sunday for a holiday visit D. Allen was dis'hargeIfrom ,lurlhtr given': that after publicationof .title,f Interest have in or liens you, or any 'I
OUR SOIL OUR L. }you and to any of the I FUEL OIL SERVICE
pointers on how to use the lamps: with Mr.! and Mrs. C. May Bradford County Hospital I I this notice once each week f. r above described lands and show
four consecutive weeks appliratiorwill
i >i Mr. ana Mrs. May Miss Eyre and cause why the same !.houl l not be I
Sunday. able
was to spend Phone 63: Night 91
and the tvpe of bulbs to use In Soil Conservation be made to the Honorabh taken for the UM-I and I i I
them. | Mr. Kiammeier, and Mr. and Christmas at home with his family L- Theron A. Yawn, County Judge ol forth in the petition filed; urpr.'set i 3$2 Temple Ave. Starke. Florida
Bradford for tbapproval i
N-E-W-S I Mrs. Robert Cox and daughterwere after 10 days treatment fo rinjuries CnUnly.'Iorlda. e AJ1 parties to the suit h..rt'in'l

Christmas dinner guests of said accounting amfor parties. interested ma>' ar ". 1.:...____.____________ 0 -" ___.'
received in an automobile final discharge of the undersigned

By Kill Haas Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Mae accident. as Admin !;tratrix of ball

Soil Conservation Sen Ice ""'atf'. -.. -- -- -
Sweeney and daughters in L. G. Johns. also I Mantle Kndd Ixiadholtz ilImas ;.1 I i I ,,'.:
hospitalized
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Administratrix' of the r-ni- lilii;
Gainesville. from the r.ome accident was able I .. .. ., [
of Janus Kverett >.idli IU,
I The other day I stopped to dismiss ..1 I| Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Doitch to come home last weekend also r>.>i-,'..I'td.irM r.1 I
}' 11," '. 14. 1''' MODERNIZE YOUR OFFICE EQUIPMENTYou
the mowing of Giant StrlataCrotnlarrt l of Waldo are the parents of ? Mrs. Florrie B. Brown her i 11oli-h,1 .n: 12< '14 4t 14.i I li[!:

with EMon Sapp.Smittv .
daughter born Saturday morn- son. Lamar Brown and Mrs W ,

FIGHTS ALL COLDS I was pivin Eldon a hair inl:', Dec. 2?, Et Bradford County P. But of Hampton were dinner.1 MMK i: 10 APPIIHIB I ,::! ,

cv. r-j T"w" cut so between < lips we talke Hospital in Staike. Mr. and Mrs guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin' I Circuit C'uorl. Bradford fonnty,' I ::11'

IN LESS TIME !; ,. about the use of the District's Frank Thomas of Hampton arc Biit in Starke for Christmas. 'I[ ,I..rhull na. Ann Smith.In ( hnnrrry.IL I'amuff. \ I."' < >'. ,' I II !spend most: of your waking hours in jour I:: .

r-.i.... .. k ',10 :- :-,' ,t I I rotocyele mower. ElJon rfatedthat the grandparents. The second School ProgramStudents I, Bit 41cr Smith. Iff.>nd.ini : I :---- !
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-- J. D. White had combined Cae :No 111.i"' i .1-;" I;' office. Whnot. have it as pleasant and attractive -
daughter for Mr. and Mrs at Hampton Elementary :Not Ire To .Ippenr I, 'I % L-i1f ::1
I the seed on his crotalaria field. DoiU-h. named her Donna To: Floyd Hit'U'rllIth.. \\ !t"". S :'I
they wound gi54 H- home. You will IM surprised at the :
the :1
up last day o fj" result n,',' and address is 1 ,0 :.Mr- I :1.; jour ,
Giant
Striata is one of the talleslgrowing t -
I school before Christmas vacation .J. I';. CSalf; .Ir IJi-uie ;1111111; !,. I' I I. I -1 11,1

FRIGIDAIRE : crotalarias we have, sr Kay.Guests at the J.V.. Home, with a program of music .' ::uff..lJ..r, lhia. L- increased efficiency that new equipment will ,:!
it is hard to the seed. You are herrny noUrl."at a I
I very gather home in Hampton for over the'I recitations and a colorful play 'ult for di\orco. ear,'. cust.dat..I: J- E: I i '!
Eldon says he has very littli Christmas holidays were theirsoninlaw "The Shoemaker's Dream." A I ;i :
THE BEST-KNOWN i trouble turning his fields has been filed against you In theabove
i tinder
and daughter Mr. and( full auditorium of parents enjoyed I named Court and cause and :: ::1

NAME IN ELECTRICREFIICERATION "I just turn deep and keep build- :Mra fliehardVilIiams and sonof I II this occasion. you are required to Erne a copy of Illi, I'',;II

ing up my land from the bottom"he I Four answer or pleading to the i i
Tampa. Also present for The play was presented by th416th complaint on the Plaintiff r"
t'
I sayaO I Attorni-y Fred Ifutler 1 1S03 Harm Ii
RANGES Christmas dinner Mr. and
were I and 7th grades and featured 'it lnk I'.uiUlinK.': J'J.bonulle. EXECUTIVE DESKSSTENOGRAPHER'S :: ;
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WATER HEATERSAIR Mrs. Robert Baiksdale and chil" David Florida I
2.
i U. Alvarez used the Dlstricl:t Allen as the shoemaker ,'
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and file the original in the office of 1/,
dren of Starke and Mrs.
CONDITIONERS Betty Homer
grain drill to plant oats. Hufu Bryant as the
I .q beggar the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or

WASHERS & DRYERS I says he Is getting tired of dustin:: May and daughter. Brenda Lott as the old woman before the DESKS : :,:!
14th da> of January. 15.; ; :
sweet corn each he I is Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade and Carlton Meng as the '
i year so boy. otherwise the allegations of said

i putting:: in more pasture. were hosts to Mr. and Mrs. rM. Mrs. Ola If. Perkins, .vhoo'I Complaint will be taken ai confessed I EXECUTIVE CHAIRS I :il';
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Gel The Best For Less by you. ,
: Green :Mrs. !.
Mary Mosleyand Ii'
I -' principal, announced the variou? This notice shall be puMIshed

AtSmith | A request was made for a Mr. and Mrs. Joe Luca all songs and recitations and Mrs ,once each week for four consecutive I STENO POSTURE CHAIRS I Iii:
weeks In the llradford County Tele .
I i conservation soil survey by Fred of Maxville, for Christmas din Orville Erookins the graph.
gave open
MacDarid. Fred has a place I Ir I ner. ing prayer. Dated this Ilth d.ij of December. i I I

I Brooker on which he is raisins :Mrs. Ola M. Perkins had ISJB.OFFICIAL. I
jsGaraeeSales a S Parties in the various ( S" AI.) Charles A. Dart ,
| dairy replacements. Zedra Ilamil- Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. R followed the classrooms Clerk of the Circuit Court.Uy 1 I i I Lowest Prices on Steel I Filing Cabinets
program Marian L. Deputy Clerk I
ton is Fred's Crobby. !
j managing:: place until E. Starr and son of GainesvilleMra with
refreshments ChrLstm.v 12/14 4t 1,4I
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and ServiceWe he can get setup.Ve \\ere'standing Perkins spent Christmas at Ii
trees, and I ___ I''
exchange of
sifts 4
Service All Makes of in one of the field Is I their home in Gainesville. all the children. : foi I II 1'1 Drawer 4 Drawer 1111
I *OTICR TO APPEtll
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Jlt': <'trlcaJpp1lanr1 (, when Zedra stated that the first t Mr. and :Mrs. D. E. Hill am i I The Sth i In Circuit Court. Bradford Coonty.Florida I. I

GOO' X Temple A\e. thins thev were u'ing to do was: daughters drove to Pomona Park Christmas graders presented : I l'urlh.loI"n.t la Chancery. Letter Size Legal Size iiill
play for other : Plaintiff.a. lassie
bulid tinI.iml! uilh I stud
rover !I
up
rilO.VE 120 cops Saturday for a'isit and pre- ents in the "W. Slirldon. Dcfrmlant.
11,' Iso ', ml J "I 1 'in t;.>in? to get a Christmas dinner with Mr. and \I school on Dec. 11 I I Cise No. lft-l4

.,,i1 .iv.'i 'r ri >m this !land tc1UT7112 M; under the direction of then I Notice To Appear $ .50 $54.95
Mrs C C. Hill and Mrs. I. V. i iMipe :
j teacher, Jlrs. Perkins. I To: i.--t'! \V. Si! lil-n. wh..ce !

......- "'_. -ZIL. : Also present were Mr. and eMdont and 1 addu "s i> Jaimsoun -

.-u .-_ ':. ...-4';;Jr ._ ,'... __ -__ .: __ : Mis! Gene Clouse and children of I holidays School will resume after the You, !.Nework.are hereby. notified that a I Plus Tax Plus Tax ''iiJ

I:, .ulentun.rr 1 I on Wednesday Jan suit for divorce I ,I,
: has been filed against you In the I
anllrs.. Leo Wig in! above named Court and cause and !

!.! <' Christmas dinner guests of i lOC'I.L: I.O\E the ',you are required to serve a [ ;
new Ester
copy of your answer or oleadlne to I 1 '
>, and I Mrs H. B. Wiggins an(
Ijltrook priisc-si/c the
fountain complaint tat
; ir :; "i rlaintlffi
pens
v,. mil Mis! George Williams;. pastel shades. Only $3.O9 Att.-r.\. .l-.s, ph I 1SUipp.;' .'r. 221I"l.rl I I
at I'.rad1. Full
-I I Size Smith Corona
I. Till' 1-1I11 Mi-1 Minnie I Marcionnv an I ford County Telegraph.! .- :2. Florida 11,11
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\i'! ml Mrs H. D. May of i I __ { and file the original In the office of ,
-- I'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ,
H ": -,1"11 were! Christmas dinner 11., fortin- I Hth I .1,1) of Jan. 1 I'dT.otherwise J I '

: u-N! .i1 the! home of Mr. and( (, the allegations of said Pacemaker
M! \\. and of III MMMI-'|, .UTKtR i!Complaint will be taken as confessed I ''II! TypewriterOnly '
F .mill
; May sons ( uurl. llrailfurU I I'
I ".. 'Mm In {tjun.,. by you. : :
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; ,.:", \IIl'! :\I..ry K. ItaKgitt.hnn.-rrr This notice shall be published: once !!!
I n.iint'.rf. n. \\ il\ each week I
l..ai for four consecutiveweeks ; i.Ii i.
:
M I' mil! Mis Frank Brown IfiiRBilt ltd, nilaiif I
I in the Bradford County Tele2 -
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.r In'ni"nulle spent last week- ,;\olIr '1i 'ppr"r :t>t' x., II\-no 'graph. $169.67

i,!vl ."id Christmas in Hampton'h I{I deiu'! T.i-,:. William and ailitrt-1tgg..tt: ulu. .o r.si- I I 1S,6 I'attd' this I 12th d! <)' "f !D cembfr, Ii .perfect for V* i ::,;

his mother. Mrs. T. F. You are hereby is: 1'nknown. I (Official Seal Charles A. DarbY I I office
I notified that a Clerk of the Circuit Court 1I
I 1:1'nE.: Suit f"r .ntr.,1 1
allcl > By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
II Fa.le and son Bob. of I:has. been iiaaois >riiijrffc./ i| 12:! 11 4t 14f 1

'Lancaster S. C. arrived Sunday above named Court and cause and I I Terms Arranged :: :

to spend the Christmas holidays you are required to serve a copy of i In ffrrnil ('..Utr' Itrnilfard County
your answer or Pleading to the I ".I..rltl"l 10 4 "ltn.r". :
with Rev Marvin Faile and family i- *'";plalnt .n the Plaintiffs Attorn-.y II n.n.il.l I it I'.Ik ri.iituf.' \S Nancy I IHI'' ,
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iK.: l''rryman, Star!. I'"
I in Hampton. and (. FJ"rH.1 Jane I'I-IK.! l>i f"I..I.tnT. i
file
.- RCA Victor Adalr.Budget priced TV Mr. and Mra Vernon Slade of the Clerk the of original the Circuit In the Court oftlc"or I I Order nt Publication.'aFp and N A.Notice 1fl-Ti17 to II' Ii! '

with sensational new "Living Image" of Lynn are the parents of a ,or before the I Appear! Mule of Florida 'letN.tn.
.1 | : iM day 1
of
Januar)'. I97 j ; \ Jane I'olK who-1 rejidenre :'
Remington Rand
Full 261 of
in. viewable
picture. sq. otherwise! the [ "Topflight"FJJ'
I daughter, Marcia Kay, born Fri-iI ( allegations of nit| lal1.1 aii.lrevs! is Ml E.f't Tale Stiett.
'omplalnt
vi : area. "High-Sharp-and-Easy" tuning 1 j day morning, Dec. 21, at Brat by )'ou.will be taken as confeued I '. ", Indiana, I iI'1'[

1'-: controls located the side of the This I You are required to appear on |
high on ; ford Mr. and notice shall
be '
County Hospital.
..flee published 3'January 14 1'17 in the ahin./j ji :
cabinet let tune standing each week fr four con ecuUv. [named Court and ;
wherein
t;::: you up Mrs. V. J. Slade of Hampton are Weeks In the 31L\DFOnD COUNTY plaintiff ,e.-lvs dAv.'reeP.radford cause 'i, Adding Machines.- $116.99

gives you needle-sharp tuning accuracy.:: 1 the grandparents. 1.ELEGnAI'1I.I 1'IIt',1 i County Telegraph thai :
th's)
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Balanced Fidelity Sourd. Three rich Word has been received here i.;; :. il.iy r.f nirrbtrv publish thla Order .in next four

finishes: ebony finish; marccn or limed that Mr. and Mrs. M. W. } IOKFICIAL SEAL) Charled A. Darby I weekly Witness Issues.my hand and official AND ITTerms Ii Ii'I'

; oak finishes CI..rlc of the C.roult I: I'-eal at :'Iarl.... "'I..ridthis, 6th
grained ex-; ?. Model and daughter Susan former residents lBy Marian l. Crosby Cleri I ''I
Deputy ) day of pet em 1.1'. 13J6;; I i
of this area have moved l.1 :'l 4t l {: (OFFICIAL SEAL) I'I'I To Suit Your Convenience j; :

L $ from Holly Hill to Thomasville.Ga. I I Charles, A. Darby I
$199 \OTJ"J: 'I 0 A I'I'r'n: '
I Clerk of the Circuit ( "urt. II
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., were Mr. 'Morrow superintendent Morida Circuit Court Bradford Cvnntr. !iRv Marltin L. Cro hv, Peputy Clerk

of Thomasville High I-l.:' H:.- H.-!: la. n.llnnrr l-.a.Bi.ff.: >. :Chas. I i. Hess, 104-05 Guaranty Life i ,;
H. Kn..r: Building. Jacksonville Fla.
School. .J Hanson, itt :Itnda"t l\tt .s for I'lf. K. 14 4t 1/5:: I

Celebrating Christmas last; L'M" X'I. ll:' 1 '

S.iturdiy!! at the Frank Williamh'me ES :\etlr.TI': rnt T.: >'ppurl r J. lial"n, '. !In TW <'oB. ;-:Juis.ro'; Court !.
\\ ".e r' 'i-
'TV ServiceAll : !: :N H'Y'rk.. Typewriters Adding
Mr. andlls.
n Hampton were .ll.J \\ hi You are hereby '.n a k a/ C. L. MaGoo deoTirE I ,
f Or.ir.t! >. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold "..: f..r d\: n, cu-t notified..dy and that i a ,'t3<..d.
c.-n-
!i.lld 1 '('it anJ son, Mr. and Mrs; : "'I 1 of min.r hi.lrtna \ TO CREDITORS I
his All credi', ,.( ,. E of Ii I
been fil .d "i' ti: -tite
L>..:-: Johnaon Roy Morgan, an al.o"'e ag4Iet you tn th. Chark L. M Oj'm, a C. L. Ma- I I
named court and > K a
\Vork the WiU.arus: family. ( ..u are re.ulre4. to serve cause a r.pv and of Goon dec ad.. are hereby noUtiI I ; Let Us Know Your Off ice Equipment needs ; ;

I Guaranteed -- Free Estimates Spending: Christmas day at the 'ii".1Ianswrur. pleading* to the com ed and r/"lun.,1| : to fie: any claims !i
on the .- dtmanj vi'iioh they haveagaIst
may
Plaintiffs 1
Fully Equipped .n DependableAll Dick Hmson home near Hampton -- -"'Attorney: ad: I: ,T- '" n th.'r: 1: II i; If
K..nda I il don't have it in stock we'll
with the H:". t. t'l'. '-" nty. Florida in the r"'urh"'I-e :
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and Models 'r- :,1 i : .o I'mvt and Mr. an.i 1S- :ut ; : c' f, :irke. Fnrdi! ; .'hn; (..!gtii : ,
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I 1 I St. Mark's j jItev. ...............,....... ing Mrs John Shuford Dave.I' --- -
Episcopal and Gainesville is spending the holidays CAW OK TH.VNKS thy, and for the *>,. t.:.f.: T.n
IUymu G. MatBUiin Mr. and Mr- James Starling | with her grandmother Mrs I
LAffTEY\ of Starke. and Mr and Mrs I Effie Miner. To our many friends who so ers, P1-0 accept thH ,La P-M

Sel'\Ices at St. Mark's Episcopal'Tureh '' Charles starling and daughterof Mr and Mrs Roscoe Johnsof kindly assisted us during the ; sonal note of heax'i-:: -r'1':: !!' it!

will be as follows: ily Mrs. Joyce T. I'utcuAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Highland visited the Joe Star-i Jacksonville were visiting Mr il linens and death of our mother i to each ,
ne :
lm ( f.L"y: "
:-iiiiday( : 9.45 a.m. Church i y> on Sunday and attended and Mrs H. C.
Harley on Satur-
md to the many. otner friends
..o"l and Adult Class; 11 a.m. services at the First Baptist day. lI's. Florida ",hnsor lwho ,'; .
r offered their assistance and
Morning Prayer and Sermon 6:3: ( Church. '
; Mayor and Mis Charles Shu' j I Mr and Mrs. Bryant Reddish extended kind 1 A, ids of s-: :np.1 tarl.irALVAREZ'
p.m. Y. P. S. L. ford lift Friday, by bus, for Mrs Mildred Priest and chilv in Jacksonville on Sunday

Methodist Church At The Tabernacle Wednesday: 7a': : p m. Litammd .en Va to spend the CW'I dren were shopping in Jacksonville afternoon to attend a Chsi. tm
Meditation; 8pm. Choii holidays with their on Friday. party for Mrs Reddish's I ;
un and daughter. Mr and Mrs Luther We are glad to report that er. Mrs Frank Dorman. llI STORE EZ I i
;hool fur all ages beautiful Flanndgraph story of I! Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, I I Tharpe, and family. They I Fay Durban and L. P. P.afUSf'' Everett Burney of Ja<'KsvnviUecalled j i i I
fornmgWorship, 11 a. m ., the ati'itat- the Bible School 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: a. m plan to return about Jan. 5_ are home from the hospital in 'i i'I
on his mother, Mr-v Georgia
Student Iecog- haul in Tabernacle last Sunday j awaits everyone. ,! -
This Sunday is : Starke. '
II '
| Mr and Mrs. James Anders of Ann Saturdaymorning -
Sapp
o'clock hour j I i i'I
ution Sunday for the entire moinmg At 11 II I
|I, I I! Palatka wei>l f Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs Bill Turner and Mr and Mrs Preston Green
Methcxiist Church. Pay GoMwire the sponsor, Mr. Quigley, brought I j (IIIRU1 (It UIKIVT :. I ,
Ii i 'guests of Mr. and Mrs O J. Anders son Jerrywere shopping in j had as guests this week Mr and
C. L. Overturf Jr.. MinisterSunday I
the
will preside, with the minister a spiritual message on sig- i i
and Bill>'. I Jacksonville Saturday. The Tui Mrs Grant Green of Valdosta
i B.ble '
othei.s to take part in the serv- nilicame of 'Heaven's Christma Study 10 a. m. i
!
Your received ners are occupying the Jim!' Ua Mi. and :Mis Edison Greenof
,: correspondent 3
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". ,- are' Miss Joyce Scholl from Tree" A missionary offering Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening : II \ I
the University Florida, Mis." was received for the work i Worship 7;30 p. m. letter from Dan Wainwright: Moore house. !t Madison, Mr.s Ola Peeler and .J I IK

Trttkie Colley from FSU, Mir- !: of Miss Phyllis Martin, who returns I \\>dne.s
Babs Lane, a nursing student ,, to Ecuador on Jan. 5. ;'JF I 1 m. I j'I I j: 'wright, who is with the :25th I and son, and Troy Bennett of I Mrs Sally Harris ,'f Lexington t J )

at Charity Hospital in New Orleans I,i Music for the Christmas Eve |i I RadIO progran- "Old Paths" I j I! Signal' Battalion (Construction) Fort Lauderdale brought Mrs R'. lards of Miami I L ; I
(I !''in Kaiserslautern, 1 1I llittte I! ;
and Miss Jo Ann Blade each Sunday 9 a. m. SU>tloi' Germany. He j Darley and Miss S.nnicPreseott
was arranged by Mr '
'I program I j WDVH P I stated that he met Harold Beaa-il! home on Saturday They I.vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv1'PINE .... :.:-
irom Emory University in Atlanta and Mrs E. L. Johns and camec'l' 1I ..:
welcomed I l 1.whilt' working near Stutt '| will spend the Christmas holidays ;-
Everyone is cordially out by the Tabernacle's talented I
to this service and all of I I of young people. i iI ('111'1:(11 OK ( IIIlI"" T i i6S3 wart, Germany and went home: here: with relatives LEVEL'ae !
group ALuMahan st. with him and enjoyed a deliciou-j :Mr and Mrs Mitchell Brown

the activities of our church. |j I C. I.. Oerturf Jr., Minister j home-cooKed meal, which wa i, and family left Saturday foi ... I i As We Go Sailing
'I
MYF Recreation Time. 5:451' II. 'I. ii
!I St. Edward's Church Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. prepared by Harolds wife Vir :Miami tu' spend the holidays "ltlCIIf'I
). Dme-A-Mite for Intermediates I
m. I
l and Seniors. 6:15 p. m :!: Sunday Mass at 9.15 a m. i Morning Worship 11 am. Evening ,[ 1 ginia Brewer Beasley This was I with Mis Brown's parents, Mr aaAAAAA AAAAAAVAVAAAU I
| Worship 6;30 p.m. i the first time he had eaten in P and Mrs Crown Bennett
Worship program for MYF, 6:455p.m. :: Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and We had a good service last
j I 13.30: a. m.Children's. Wednesday Bible' Study 7:30 1 1pm. home in over a .veai The leas .I Mr and Mrs Marshall :Mott Sunday! with baptism that night Into 1957

I j Catechism Class each : ]legs have a beautiful apartment !: and sons of Brooker were Sun
: Sorrv however
: to report theillnens
Service for'the
Evening Worrtup :.Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. i in NVlhr.gen Best wishes to you '! day dinner guests, ofIr and of our pastoi's good wife I
entire church, 7.30 p. m. | AIR .'.\HKI'TIST '
three :Mrs Carl Hilhard
i iIJCTHEL J Kej!stone Heights e\-Lawtey young people.Mr. Mrs W E. Hall, and wish hera We pause to extend to all our friends everywhere our
j jIHITIST j! (At St. William's Chapel) B \ CHURCHi and Mrs' Bob Whitehead( Mr and Mrs Carl 1'ievatt speedy recovery.Miss .
1! (Follow Hiway 21 south to St.I i Sunday School 9:45 a.m. lorn'l and family enjoyed Christmas j spent the weekend in Oiland June Conner sincere :- for a happy and prOl'peruu'i1ew r t'ar.We .
CHURCH I William's Sign.) I II ing Worship services 11 ,dlwith Mr. and :Mrs W.t: : with :MrLeha Peavv and Mrs who is attending
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach i Training Union 6:43;: Trinity Bible! School at
: Cora Dorman.
Sunday Mass !8 I a. m. I I II I p.m. E\'e-I j Southerland in Plant City. !
appreciate patronage in the and
11 and 8 I f Clearwater is jour past hope
;.ng services a. m. p. m. ning service 8pm. Come and Mi and Mrs Ovid Futch am' spending the holidays ;
Holy masses 7:30 a m. Mr and :Mrs.
day Thomas
Wesley
I with
Song. service 7:30. p. m.- Rev I Confessions before all Masses iI 'II J, worship with us and son, Jody of HendersonviUe I' 'tautly arrived Friday to spen' Mrs., J. L. her Conner parents, Mr and\ lOU will continue to call its when in need of our en-irt"-
R I. Ie pastor.IIIGIIUAY
the Christmas with Mr
I I :-.. C. arrived Thursd to holidays
N tW; R1KRlUPTIVr spend Rev and Mrs O J. Raulerson in the future.
: and Mrs. Ed May Ovid is working
CHAl'KLSunday nmfSTLClIl'lnl the holidays with the Fred !
CHURCH IIollres. | of Jacksonville! and Mrs
school, 10 a. m.; Churchsenices I Rev. J. t:. Sherwood, raster 1 :\ Other ;guests of the: on his Doctor's degree at Rafuria and
Sunday School, 10 a. Worship daughter and Miss
m. .
: The Flitches
11 a. m.; Evangelistic Bible School, 9'45 a. m. Morning |I' Moores during the weekend were EmoryUniversity. (Crews, all of I
] Hour 11 a. Serv- Lawtey were guestsof
!.services, 7:30 p m.; Thursday: Worship 11 a. m. Youth j i i tee 7pm. Prayer m Evening Meeting each I i,!!i Mrs: Jewell Royal and sns! Bob have Mr three sons Mrs and Osie a Cason daughter of the H M. McRacs Wednes. HAMILTON SEPTIC TANK CO.

young people's meeting, 7:30 p. Church 6:30 p m All young'people \i j and Bruce. and Mi" and Mis and day of last week.
Wednesday, 7::30 p. m. EveryoneWelcome. I] 'Pine Level were Sunday dinner
m. invited. JC: Y. Mayo of Tat Mis Will Mrs
ipa Lavon Alvarez
.
-L I.. Parker, pastor. i i guests of Mr and trs.I11ir and daughter -
Edwards and Da'idtoore: ofj <(Griffis. of Orlando\ are visiting Lavon's Foot of So. Cherry St. Phone II i-II'
--- Ja'ksnn'iIle. Mr Mayo, Mrs. Ed \
<.\ll\M: Mr :Mrs Benton Futch parents. Mr and Mrs. 0 ,
wards David and Fred Moore and R.
H\PTlxT ('III ICCI1 I | Alvarez Lavon m expectedto -
and of Starke attended
son
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE school 10 visited their father Urn'le Jim ; arrive today to Christmas .
Sunday a m. Morning | services at the First Baptist spend
'in Gainesville ;
Sunday afternoon with the
Worship, 11 a. m. Training family.
Church on Sunday" and were dinner
The O J. Phillips family left : Mr I
FLA. Union. 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- guests of the Joyce Futch and Mrs Bishop Thomas
i i ship. 7:30 p. m.n.. W. 0 Friday for Macon to visit their : and family Of Erooker, and Mr ,

foiling. Sr., pastor. son-in-law and daughter. Mi and |i family. and :Mrs. w. C. Conner and
:Miss Elizabeth Terry left :Mon
Mrs Fate Redd and family. daughter Yvonne ,
REV. LEWIS D HAINES Pastor day to spend Christmas with Miami were dinner
NORTH SIDE I'. H Day of Cedar Key spent : Talla I guests of Mr. and :Mra H. H
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town \PTIVT CHURCH Wednesday with Mr and Mra Hu i| hassee.Mrs J.P. Wvnck in Lewis last Sunday.

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning belt Priest Mr and Mrs G. K I j ji I Jacksonville The young people of Bajles 1
II II Mrs G. W Durham of
.---.-- -- _' -- Worship. 11 a. m. Training i i Sumberlin and son of Anniston |j who had spent a few Hiway. four carload.- passed
Union 6-SO: p. m. Evening Worship i I Ala. visited the Priests on FnI through Sunday night and
i
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.)1, days with her sister, Mrs C. E stop
.:30 p. m Prayer Meeting I! dav. ped by every home

Sunday School 9:-15 .\)1. Training Union 6:13 I;; P.M. Wednesday 7:30 p. m Everyone : Mr and Mis Paul Bennett I i Strickland in Gainesville to sewGss, stop; Christmas carols to each and family sang I
by Saturday
ped
I welcome. E. C. Hal''t'astor We
; enjoyed the sweet
| and daughters were Saturdav songs sr
Midweek Service Wednesday, $:00 P.M. : j MaryJulia Futch. much. I
guests of the W. \1. Smith family ; Chuck, and II
I V.OOD1.11f'NIIS.IONARY i fence Mickey. I II It's Fair Weather
Always
Service over'D'II at in Starke. !' Mrs I
Hear the Sunday Morning 1 BAPTIST CHURCH Jimmy :Moore, and Mr. and !
Mr and Mis Richard Bow den i and .Jodv
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday I 10 a m. Sunday School, 11 am. Wesley Thomas son
were shopping in Gainesville: on'''wei Christmas shopping IP
preaching 6:15 BTU 6:43: : prayer I '!
a_ 1 i service, 7 o'clock song services, i j Saturday. Jacksonville on Saturday. Wash Your Clothes When Old Friends Get Together
i Friends of Blame Tt.:.ton will Pastor Edgar Wilkinson i

SEVEN!11 DAY .''bt' sorry to learn that he was 1 brought his wife and young 9 Pounds f fI

: ADVENTIST CHURCH carried to the hospital in Starle J daughter Gloria Ann. home from I I That's why we take this means of extending -

THANK YOU i Services each Sabbath In the; on Friday. 1' Bradford Hospital on Saturday For 40c!
i home of S. N Brown across from t Mr. and \[rs. Harold Eunice Both are doing nicely Mr andMrs. to all our friends old and new our
I j Bethel Baptist Church east of land family were Sunday guests Jack Simmons and son of FREE Bleach If Desired!

For Your Wonderful ResponseTo I Starke. Sabbath School 2 p m ] of1ts.. E n l'e's parents, Mr: Gainesville called on the' Wilkin 9 very best wishes for a happy and properous

and Mrs Jim Godwin, in Max- sons on Saturday, and their Sunday -
Bible
Our New ManagementHAPPY I Study each Wednesday, and 1957. We look forward to many more yearsof
7:30: p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. i iHEILBRONN ville.Mr. dinner guests were Mr We Will
i i:' and :Mis Leon Starling I Mrs .1. It. Mott and sons of pleasant association with each and everyone
and family! of Jacksonville! are Erooker Dry Your Clothes

I BAPTIST CHURCH j! visiting Mi and Mrs George : MIs. Joyce Futch and Ralph of you

Hot Sunday School 10 a m. Preach*I Shuford I went to Tallahassee on Wednes- For 20cIn
Dogs
Hamburgers20c R1t\ ing 11 am. Training Union 6:30: | i| The following ladies of the 1|:' day to bring Mary Julia Futch.

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. i I First Baptist Church enjoyed n home for her Clmr/mas vacation New Automatic Drien!

15c Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. I covered dish luncheon and from Florida State University DAVE PAULK

I J Christmas party at the home of They were guests of Mr 9
NEW YEARTo i IIEILBRUNNIlSS10N.1K1' :Mrs Mary Reddish on Thursday' and Mrs. J.P. Wyrick Wednesday -

\1TIST C'HLRCII | Mesdames Arthur Pearce Bryant night/ and attended the EARTH MOVING AND CONTRACTING

All Our Friends & Customers Sunday School 10 a. m. Moaning i Reddish, Troy Bennett Milo Christmas program, which ww- The Washeteria I HULL DOZING; LEVELING, ETC.
Worship 11 a. m. Evening I Smith, and W. Fred Moore. Each piesented by the Choral Unionof

Worship, 7:30: p. m. Training lady brought a gift which was which Miss Futch is a memo Temple Ave.
CONEY ISLANDVAN 8tarke! Phone 308-J Crosby Lake StarkeSPECIAL
Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. MidWeek exchanged with someone else. ber. The Choir rendered the Messiah .
Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays Mrs FrancisHefferon visited )I: at this time. Qn Thursla- \- - '!'
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& CORDILIA 7:30 p. m ReS.. K Mrs Bettie Brown in Starke on I they visited Mr. and Mrs A. Z -- :

Open S A. M. 10 P. M l. Daily Beard, pastor Thursday Futch and daughters in Quints -- !- -- : -
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i Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs and Walter Terry near Chatta

EV CRGRKKNIUITIST L. H Hill visited Mrs. Hill's hoochee

CHURCH j I brother, Harold Pearce, and nei Annual ('hrl-tmas Dinner
: Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- i phew Pearce Jones and family !I The family of Mrs A. H liar

ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : i in Fernandma on Sunday. 'It'Y Sr. and the late Mr Har

I( m. Preaching 7ff:: p. m. Prayer j Mrs. Charles Xorsworthy and I lev, gathered at the Harley homfon

Just a little word'i' II Meeting Wednesday) 7:30: p m. I I son of Whitehouse were visvtmp Sunday for their annual !

IUM1TOV |Ithe A. M. Planchards: one day Christmas dinner Those enjoy

I CHRIS'lIVN CIirRCH I last week. I ing this lovely affair were Mi

/ I Christian Endeavor, Friday 7;30j 1 Pastor Edgar Wilkinson and J anj Mrs. Nelson Blocker and
R Mott 'i Mrs Mattie :: and Mis'
of were visiting Mr. Wil- sun* Miley
Greeting j p. m. Bible Study, Wednesday I "a
J 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Wor- kinson's grandmother, Mrs. W j I Jackie Harley who is senior at

i I ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship "JR.. Wilkinson, in Palatka on Sun- !I t the new Terry Parker HighI
day afternoon School all of Jacksonville Mr
j 7:30: p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. I
W. M Jones: Minister | Miss Loraine Priest took part[ i and Mrs A. H. Harley Jr., Mrs

I I with B3.I I j in the recital given by Miss I A. H Harley III, and Mr. and FOR DECEMBER ONLY

I Louise Stern last Saturday evening Mrs. S C. Harley, and son, S

!I CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST I in Starke. i C. Jr., of Starke, Ernest B. Wells
To all our friend and customers let you know we I LATTER DAY SAINTS Ernest Wells, of Mobile Ala. i Jr. of Mobile Ala. Mr and Mrs

1 Services each Sunday in old arrived Saturday to spend the H C. Harley and family. Mr
the business hate
truly appreciate phen us duringthe
you
j Masonic Hall on E. Call St Sunday [. i Christmas holidays with hb I and Mrs Dan Harley and family i 1956

past years. We hope to continue sen ing you for I School 10 a. m. Sacrament I I mother, Mrs. Mae Wells.! |j Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Gaskins and .,

: Service 6i30 p. m. Everyone welcome I. I Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sapp of f!i daughter, Jacque. Mrs Martha

many, many years to come. t Jacksonville were Saturday Bales and daughters, Martie and i
: I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur1I I Jackie Mrs Mae Wells. Mr and i

; CHURCH OF GOD I Pearce. : Mrs. Edwin Padgett, all of Law I DEMONSTRATORS & GOOD USED

NICK'S FRUIT STANDIlROII'NLEE Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn I Mrs. Mary Reddish had as : tey, and Arnold Q. Smith of .'
ing Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday I Sunday guests Mrs. Eve Godwinof I Starke. /
Starke, Drew Reddish o' I Miss Adel Dinkins of Jackson
7:45
Evening Service : p. m. YPE
Heiltronn. and his friend, Mr. ville the v..eekendth he"
> Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m I I spent
STREET Thomas, of Starke. Mr. and Mrs P. L. DmI -
j parents.
Pryer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. I'
,
L11PIZi' Mr and Mrs ,Joe Shuford and I j kins. I i TV's

1 Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning I familyof St. Augustine are visit-,| Miss Mary Ann Mote of i

Worship, 11 a. m. YPE ServIce i I I E Ei

Saturday 7:30: p. m. i I

A Special I II I

KIAGS1zy LAKE -'I' To All Our Friends II I
f: 1I1SSIOXARBAPTIST

BROADCAST Y4 ; Sunday School 9:4 a.m, Morn- Ii

To You ICIW n J :.ng Service Worship 7:30 p.m.11 a.m.Prayer EverJng Meetinr j ;4'$ ;!; And CustomersWE i i Greatly Reduced

t"f R,\ each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Every- I
From Your Friends i Tie welcome.- Rev H. H Mott
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pastor : Channel 4 Antenna Installed FREE With

At CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT US:\ .. Purchase Of I


FOR DEPENDABLE ; IN OUR NEW AND IMPROVED MARKET Any Used TV f

FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLYIf I I II

Termite Control I FRESH SEAFOOD DAILY I


we could we'd make the rounds personallyand I Ilixuehold A CommercialPest I, OYSTERS PT. $1.10
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sing "Happy New Year" right in your ear! But the Grove ControlS SprayingCan Chas. C
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number of our friends and customers make that FR. 6-60M : ,

RED BASS LB. .35MARWIN'S
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job impossible! So please accept our sincere good Florida Pest Control iI

wishes for the future and our thanks for patron
your I & Chemical Co. ; FISH MARKET I RADIO TELEVISION SEAT COVERS

4 age und good will in the past. 24 X. W. 16th Ave. i STARKE FI.ORIDAFt1D.tY

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Flowers Service! Planned Davey One jf the best .ri''l. .i

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Provide'Escape' : purchase of fe vnv! her! '. !. :.
Crockett
>'\ .-, :N: !P. '
Churches Here i Meho-! : '; '' :

a g. r 4'44 By e'r' t I try ;,:.-:>.
+r t .t ; Universiiv '1f F! >rida.

\ 1.1.on\ oinn.um: N.: : .;' \i ,1! ; Snellen i Before !>"r.p you sh! ,':'i'd: I l h.

tv ., .. planning ui oldero.i: 19'.. \ r
,1InmU1Ion sent-- \.11 I. R
,
From t-hicks from .vinie breeder "i hi'ch : -
; !M In the First 'M-th-Mi.-! !
.
Shows w rynian Better prof.t .1:0 1:1- tr
'ii'.h; Monday night. He' :1 .-:. when
? Itl i :cd you Know son::ctli.nir:
$ r s
t
CourtRoom x :' .> "Mock Rev. Donald! Kuk.- about the livahihty, iatc: ?f y .1

.
i" ,tt *i1. feed eTu-iencv.: cis ,.7-
i l pi>t tor of the Frt Mt'o-1 I :
1 1I' .
Trophies :-'i! < of the
rg prodtK-tiin .
parrotIf
.
-' riHinh! will preside and! w.n '-
-'I.-;"K
\.-.>.sted by Rev. W. S. Me- '
you are not siti: .''n-l I will' I
\.::11'I. !leer. J. E. Sherwood, Rev ,
lie! 1':1.t\ ks you bought in 19.;>6, a '
1'!: I I.:. :MLain.;! and J T. Quigley. ,,. .
::'" .d i :<1el.s to cheek with a ---
i
A special communion mecliL'\- '! n.jhb.ir who has been successful -
Mr unit Mrs Jne Hill \\ illiumin tilt it in< lli.irdca .it tin- t.i.: will be presented and memo Or a list of breeders and hatch II'url..p

re'.1r i>t heir lituur in 1akItutlrr \l.is of the First Methodist Choir t ti I
will lead the congregational singling SQUIRREL HUNTER Harold In spit- "t l h.tender .tge. Poultry Improvement Plan j

Mt'i ,iUw lie :,ned! i-anifliias! cute\ i'. .. I.lls > <-t d] IL:.'; .t V!::"' tlm.t .. ( and will present special ) Snellen Jr., 10-year-old son of Harold has .tlre.uly decided to hr- he I
secured
i can from Di. D C
wanted in be able to pick: ,.1.hu..lIol .,, > Lak Butler, [[music. i\ Mr and Mrs. H. G. Snellen of i come an archaeologist:; when h P Gilles, poultry veterinarian with I Post 'ffiiv employe, were kept busy last week as t !1m.i iiu.r

basket of the beautiful I I I He has conducted his pra.tice..I The communion offering:; will go I' Lake Brooklyn is pictured above grows up. In addition to his collection : the State Livestock Board at I iii.iiliiig'liit( its {i-ili. I'riN-rssin; the flood of pa kale s and in nl!

MfKmis At gill Joe Hill Williams |I I from there since except for a !itcthe I i transient fund sponsored I with part of his collection ot I of pelts, he has an assortment I Tallahassee. I whitli poured into the office are I-r. liarncx M.&'iae. .lark I IKI, rliih

assistant state's attorney of the ;:I! few years recently, when he IbY the cooperating churches: First skins of native wild animals. of arrow heads knives,i Keep in mind that you buy a Laud t ll.irrj I.joii. l'iistni.i-i O. .I. :Mitirilf .I r. ,.ml the ( Imsiii.t( I

Eighth Judicial Circuit, today I| worked in Staike with Mick I Methodist First Presbyterian 'j' Pegged: nip are the skin: of a stones, skulls and other specimens )II broiler chick to produce a meat I mailing rush so far this tear has liccn lici\vr Ih HI, it na_ i II'! M. n

'Ia.; a planting of & veral Futch as partner. i tIn First Christian. St Mark's Kpis- wildcat otter squirrel and part chicken mIen weeks UI lessor urul lie \111" t.. I lie final total to top last ir.tr'-

-.md nf the showy plants thou-I I addition to his law pra.ti'e.1 copal and Fundamental Gospel / of a raccoon. The rest of the Harold's[ mother, .1r.9 Martha I a pullet chick to produce _

home in Lake Butler. Joe (Hill has served as assistant Tabernacle coon was used by Harold's IIanllSnt'llt"n.. is on the staff of the I plenty of eggs. Mr :Mehtho'I: si\

In his garden, which now I! state's attorney in this district I mother to make the Davy Crocklradford' County Heath: Department I workers. Itee..l. Vinson. pastor I you can't make m.>!!t'\' It\l IMM.::_ 1ID

boasts of over 100 different \"ar-j I I. since 1939, when he and T. E "L"I I ell cap he's wearing of New Bethel Baptist Church I'I I poor stock.

.ieties and has reached the nurs- .. Duncan state's attorney were M and president of the Minister Returns can be 11111'1,1 !t.v Mi

,'rstllge., the well-known "Joe .1.. appointed by the governor. ,( Laws ExplainedCounty : Toccoa Falls Chorus To Appear Here 'I and Deacons Union of the As-I( reducing mortality LO.S'lu: < t. .

Hill" finds relaxation: from the I sociation, will assist at the i '
i He has served too in public -aid disease rfr faulty anagemciit! TARKE FlA
of in A. Yawn !I II
.. and stresses duty Judge T I al.
.tam: office, having been state representative n''ent1ha1' et+ +N i o z f p f cripple incrtre.
your By
idiirtnioms throughout: the Sthjn I Ir number of couples! I ; 1! ( bllrl'h \c\ts ie\ievv-
I that a .
'uit. i; from Bradford County I been denied marring: licenses Allen Chapel A M.E. Church I ing your brooding; operat:.>nof M \. '10\. DKC.: :MI:
in 191f, and has been active in failo..I'to :
1 i chairmanof because they hart Rev. R. Washington pastor, last :yeah you .nay di.H'O't'I' flats; !noi'inA: : FE: VII in;
j' In 1916 he was I
col- politics.( )
the State Democratic Committee meet the requirements for :pelting : I held services on Sunday starting!i which if corrected will implO't'lthe ,
"The
Martin's Favorite Debut- the license.In r I with Sunday School. Mrs. Irene I II growth and livability of the1 I Beast Of
to the
.1111 and was a delegate
judge ",11': I Thomas supt. in chare. Tnisi I chicks. '
the
Sargeant. Imperator cases, -
iptf. Prof National Democratic Conventionat some Hollow Mountain"
Hose Dawn. MaryCharlotte, andre Chicago. misunderstanding of the Ita' :i tees had charge Sundaynight ;{

of othersIII' of getting married havicaused j with Chairman Levy Lennon in \Vesleyan GuildThe Guy :)I.tiliunand 1'Li 1'I"I.r Mnliiu:
;
In 1931 he married the present aspects |
weddinj\ '
( harge. The Christmas program'
Sarah Frost and pro?. set backs m i ; PLUS
uses I !oil s. Williams. wh( was Miss ;! i i i i trill! be presented by the Sunday Wesley in Se\ue; Guild
stock plant i i
::iijro.int :us under hammock soil. : Jessie Pittard of Cartersville <:;a.1 I plans. three prerequisites t, i, :Si hool during the hohd-.\..s.lrs. I'mt :' will] nieft TtI,'-d'I.nl. hl "Love Is A ManySplendored

them \\ hirh is slightly arid, and loentechem a Been.". ; .. :......-..:_.-- .. ---, ... -j iq in -
shade under pine now Mrs. Madison L. Compton of getting must have : I chut ge Bro. L. Lennon wife and' lecrei'im budding Thing"i

in H{paitial.- uses cowmen-ial caIhlizer. Jacksonville: Elizabeth now Mrs 1.)\ The couple the time the license 'I'lie 3ll-\<>iir tu"rindluru./ + representing tinToicoa- .ills liilili- 'I son. will be spending the hnhdIY'I ('I 1\: KU.\i ) :

rte; William Cobh of West Palm I blood test at pointed out i, College: of TIPCCOU Tails, (,ia. \\ill Bite a sacred concert in the (iospelTalMTiiacle. 1 with relatives and friends in Sirasota. ; CONFIDENTIALCOURTEOUS \\' /li.1I11 llnlden and Jennifer
nellia fa Beach, and Marv..Mr Charles is issued. The judge \ .... Wildwood, Ocala it1'1 Juliet
thehave \ .
mean s.itiintat niglit, H"I' 21.!) at : IH( oMmU. lender tin
The Williams camellia nursery Armstrong of Pensacola. I that this doesn't Leesburg. B. J Lennon, lepoiteiFust Plus Color ('art lion
th
-
's located on his grandfather'sold "I.1. to have a blood test at directions of .lulin. 11. Kline-eter the thorns wail present a {program Born Church Fide 9
A colorful courtroom figUre. i
farm a 20-acre place which Mr. Williams is perhaps best remembered -, time they apply for the been ln-ense made i j of Christmas ihuralcs, carols, spirituals and standard < lioral iiumjicrs.pM'aring Strong pastor, will have a Christ I .\\'. JAN. 1

wa-, originally planted in orange I. for his part in the I The test has to have to the daU .\ | ulth the churns till !IN' James liolton, trnniM-tcr.[ The mas program during the holidays One Day Only

tn-es His grandfather. Joseph fa.mom"Pistol Packing Mama" within 30 days prior and mu!.' public is iiuitcd to this inspirational service.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT"TTf. FIfth Sunday is regular (;ni'll' PROMPT
mridentally. was at one time is issued "Kentucky Rifle"Chill
Hill license IiWe wish for
case of years ago. a murder trial the 1.\boratory you all aery
of in a I
of schools made
iiperintendent I that aroused wide interest have been Board o< TTVTTTTTf Happy Holiday Season Sir.ter \\ills, Ijince Fuller

Bradford County :Ti1SSS throughout this section. I IDespite approved by the state I NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED W !Strong, reporterlt'thl'hem Cathy Downs and Jeanne ('agony:
born August
Hill" Health.
"Joe was : Freewill CASH
and infirmity Baptis'
his 6S an !
years
and his father dietl three he has: had since birth 2.1 The couple mustvaii date thevj CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY (Churih Rev. I. McKay pastor i 1 Plus Cartoon

years later: His grandfather rear- days from the 1 held services
three
his walking I on Sundaystarting
necessitates
which
before the I WEB.. THUKS.
JA'N
the license ()7 J. Shell11.inn 2.:1:{
in! him with a cane. :'of Wilhamr. is still apply for j! By .ni : with Sunday School. This wa

He is :.1 graduate of Bradford | active in couitrooms in the can get married. I . . . . . ..... . . . . . . i regular pastoiial day .JJOLTHI.IFEATl'HE;
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(Count schools and in 1909, after circuit. 3.\ Girls under 16 and! boy.-. 'j py, but we had reg atllcano'l LOANS I Johnny Concho"Frank

3-veai\ courrreceived a ieRi ee IS cannot be granted :: For Holidays J\ Elmer Shell meetings. We wish
;a : < and under for all of our''
And he finds beauty, Sinatra
peace -
consent Mother Sophia Royal welcomed! Christinas Tree
University 1 with parents' members
Stetson and
in law from license, even friends a Joyous I
relaxation in his camellia gardenfrom acknowledge the following childien home for ; The Christmas I II I PLUS
and then took a course in shorthand of unless the: I tree for New I Yuletide Season. Gladys, Blye.
:and typing at Florida StatrCollege the tension and tragedy under oath they have a child o- I Xmas: St.; Carl 1 Loyal of Fort I 1 Bethel Baptist Church was held reporter. I "Lum And Abner"Plus

the courts. one Girls between j nennin- Ga.. :Mildred Cowart with :Miss Joan Jenkins i in New $50 $100 I
expecting Bethel
are Baptist ChunhRev
obtain a license and young son Jake, Mary loyal charge. A delightful program Color Cartoon
l Iii first job was as deputy collector e.\lm! OF HUNK: 16 and 21 can A. Vinson pastor, held regular ;
) -I I
of both parent and Jessie Royal all of Philadelphia was presented by members of
consent '
at the Cedar Key Custom i with the services all
day Sunday'with
must j Pa She is the School. FBI.. SAT. JAN. 1.;)
We wish to our between IS and 21 very happy Sunday Miss Jenkinswas $300 1 ,
louse Tramp ships called therein express and boys Sunday School being I
.It't'P-1 I parent to have them here for the holiday assisted other opened
those days to load up with est appreciation to I h:1th(' consent of. both i! by senior by Sister Alberta Albright as I DOriiLK FKATUUE"Saskatchewan"
licensee season They will return I members of the church and Sunday
kindnesseswords tr
lihosphate. friends for their many | to obtain 'i marriage sisted by Bro. Elmer Shell. Tile ,
I
I of sympathy beautiful 1 then adopted homes after New j I School Supt. Hankeison and !
In 1910. th.oun;: attorneyhung morning message was dt.!t'I..jby i MARION
out hir. shingle for the first flowers and other expressions of I Il on Years. i i :Mrs. Maurice White, teacher and Rev. Jackson. B T. e.:1 I Alan I.:ull and :Miclleyinters
recent bereavement ': \\' mil lie looking for you Jessie Mosley if. visiting hic |I others were in charge: of the i :
during our
: ime in Lake Butler. Two year? sympathy l I at SaratogaHeights. held at 6:30: with .Mia Sai.tli PLl'S
Year's Day mother. Mrs. Minnie gifts soodies.st. :
J C Cox tint New Ola. and ant| FINANCE CO.
1 iter he moved his practice to Florida IGdtYIT'S Co. other relatives i I Jenkins president in charge A' :
J and friends. He r I John's Day Celebration "Pardners"Dtaii
fo- Family 7:20:
St.ukc, and remained there the sermon was dclucie

I1' also forces a member of the armed.i The Eastern Stars and the | by the pastor. Rev. Vmsunh., : PHONE FK-6-mt; : Martin and Jerr)' I/ewis

I :Masons turned out at preached the Christmas 21S W. I
Calvary I Story I'lwersity: ,11 e. i Plus Serial
Principal and Mrs Kddif Chap 11
I Baptist Church on !Sunday i in Baptism will be held on the First i
I I I Thompkms and firenda fail: honor of St John's Day. Wo r- Sunday in January. Visitors ai< : (aineo.\; : ilIe Fla. I Color Cartoon For Kid I

spent the holidays with then s'npful Master A. Jenkins always welcome. We .. =. .
was were plea ;ei1 ,
relatives, Mrs. Hattie Lovctt < : .:. : :. _:J
ano in : .
charge of the men while :MostWorthy to have many of the tnrnieimembers :

UNLAWFUL i daughter in High Spring.1* This Matron Sarah Jenkin= worship with us lad : "

iI is Gail's first Christmas in Flo j I presided over the Stars. A'Cry Sunday, and also to recen .

missed rid.I am sure they are bein ''i fine observance was held. greetings from their new churches Sell It Rent It Trade ll
I ty Aunt Julia
I j I !Shut InSister which lets us know that the\

I Mis! Homer Williams has returned i Emma Crum, wife of are still on the Battle Field i..i '

I for the holidays after Kev. Cium is convalescing Christ. The pastor paid speii.t! WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

For Any Person or Persons to Engage in .several wt'ek's'isit in Cocot.with the Bradford County Hospital tribute to the Royal family for I
her husband who I
is workinetheie. after another operation. She wasjeported the very fine Christian leader : Low Rates Good Results
She will return to Cocoa I doing: fine jesteiday ship they had always mcueii r Hasp To Place

after the holidays. :Mrs. Crum the I in their home. Mother : '0 R'Ottuv OR LESS. ONE INSEKTIOT _
is mother of six :Sophi: 50c

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless i Karl E. Mmott. former muS'. children four of whom attendRJK I Royal is all) the Mother of thr t EACH ADDITIONAL \\OKO 2c I
ii
specialist for the Church
county. and high: rrhool. Chester Crumis and an outstanding work.
i :::>f ti>inrio> ti. roil 111.11 AD on 10e NOT PIU IN
,
Hetty Jean Thomas II. E. teacher also an outstanding' memberof I er. Deaconess Iloairi mel'tmgwa: IHSIiil M OP" 1% TKK: IKNT ON lt\u OH MOIIK IssKHIIoSSBias tut AM B

visited the city recently. Both Troop 71 Boy Scouts of Amer held on Sunday at 5 p. m. Church 1 .

The Name Is Registered are working in Seminole county. ica. We wish for Sister Cruma Conference will be held on Jan 1 I

Miss Ethel V. Singleton is home very speedy recovery.I.aid I| accord.ng to an announl'empn'I :
I.( ST
I for the holidays to be with her Rest from Deacon Julius Royal < ,Sat ill'day innrninK, Dninl.i'L'Jiid
To I TV Service I iIt11 LirKi-iak |iur.i>-. tn-twui
parent.after spending several Rev I-attimore. vice-moderator I Joan Jenkins repot ter.KKNO I.rts liand Staike Find' K.'i i
e months NM.nrtl r-i'iiii > I'ltjane return K* >>, id
in Hobe Sound. She will of the Mt. Smla Association wa> Tllt\Tla: I'KOC.KAM j (' l.s tu A il.-i...-- lunik. """'pa'I. fountain |p. 1,
I return to her duties on Jan. 3. funeralized in Alachua on Wednesday Sat., Dec. 2D. 7-0::: p m., "ttn- :21 Sarah Ktprrirnrrstl ..n.! II.-IL il and billfold Kiitainin..
I She : in oar *er\ i.ruuu.r 1.II.rnradf..rd ''"UIIII' 'I 1'. !I.
leportjthat her cowoikerand of this week. This outstanding tamed Fury," Starring. Gaylorr I.' :" rno\K .:::--" I Kraph IT to Mr.Knl J tF n N
' f friend :Maude E. Magee isdoing i minifi'.er died la.ct.t'ek I'endieton. Wlit-lari Route 1. IVx .J. 1.swt'-:,
I..'illES I'I.\TIXi'M I'iam; .> nd Florida. .
Read This Florida Law"It I! fine but will not be home after and I Sun. I';
extended illness. I IE' Dec. :20, 5:30: p. m. T nra..l.t "iitautttiK "I'.r"1iat..1)
for Christmas. Both "I: lalll"'III1"1 1 l" J.uk'iiuillv THII Nanny
*-iut'ii louts
t.ik.-n
parents of was at the point of death when "Man's Country" Admission j up| it M \
Miss ): and viiin.tx: "f Sfirk. plain (lunvi may h..,* l I.v
Singleton have been ill butlie his friend and colleague. Captain Adults 36 cents children 21 j' "'In.. Saturday .tff-rn"nn. ii.-t 6, fur daniug. o. "* .'.fnn Staiki|p.y.lg
shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined herein, to j improving nicely at this Chandler was funeralized recently cents. 'I' li! :';. Probably. [1.,1 In1., may oftitarke. /1' ,r
suitable i''vtard f'honeKVfiBr
engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined I! date. Miss Singleton is a faith This was a sad occasion for I I A free movie was rfiown b "-"-n S-7' >:. Ja, kv.mille "'111: S.UK I'O 'or' I.t f.ini.
1 ful member of Mt. :'oloriahIeth Rev. W Strong who had to deliver j the ]I .'. hhg' I.4I I inif land. 1'I/t./ C-rui,,n Mint., '' .u
without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the odist Church Mrs management Mrs. Elizabeth ,:; l/iirhts: running n,i', r .ir.,1 .1!, '
1'w"II.
Mary Koyal I the principal eulogy. Rev !; Givens, on Wed. Det:.. 26. at :' j I J"'I: s M.K ..1 I ,, .i .d'It] t l.al..d I .Sell for a* nvl, .u. I -.
clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business Will visit her aunt in Fort Pierce I Lattimore was veryoutstandi ng p. m for the kiddies. Pat, onizr | 1..1., flat. I I- e. n..ililt. [r.rr. .1.1 l frmi.n IM!. *'_. iml.- n ..'
l
Sf.irke
is, with registration shall consist of filing: with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit on Thursday of this week. She !,I in the Baptist church and will !' your Reno Theatre each S.Vane uh.uu l'i! _i is-: -, >..r Hiiii.,."I r \\hr \grin is.hel!I IH iiayl.' .,s "n Hwy Ilwv SetI Z1'>> nranrlar Ki ..in:i ,1 .>-
will be accompanied by Ozora be H HHI AMM H H B i > or .. .
B HHHB MM -
greatly nt K
I..irk I.
missed by his 'o- Stn \
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of iI I <-. ". Fla. "I''|,

all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest I II CABINET: and Carpenter Work '' tul: (:EST-! room I.I .. r bong.. ,
Small new and J\I hiiu-rr, .
repair Jobs acv M recned n r f t
|1'
of each and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. I cvpted. Joe. C. mck!. 1JL I, Box |.l-iitv! l.inlt-in eliin-t -i,> i. ,ir
1' JI.--A "., i- if. I..r' ..11! 1.>..ted I.:. ,.
&& iigOIK O.- n"I
Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto : *3 JfitK WT ZaBa., I .tli'.i.ri fi.r .". ,tall f.II'I"I. .
TF.NTII "\ \lUUI\ltY J t-n u'jit|' > -i bigj Hi r a i. '
in business under a fictitious shall have advertised. his y kj .
engage; name or F K \DIOS KKI'tllti I |n r inn ) 11"1> 137 h

their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four All Male All >ludflUranunuhlr K .1 I Is.AI.K Itnprmxl ii.-i;: .
fkarFra eaaraotrrdins. -I.l. r. '
((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county (' t'. !siiii'iiiui ..inf.-l...il Mak..s fin.. -i n. ..".j
\- 1 Il-Mt ihrii.
ru3 -winga' .
r W. lag !or MarUe l'... :S39 :>. \ -A
where said respiration is to be made and said shall hi us .f'.r eah. I ....: j' I 1
registration not DCaccepted I' .Ie Si.! r- F.:X-rx >"h.. i \ |I.

by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of WHEN IN NEED OF FIrfr.i i't.t, 1:1.1.: 1\'." Ilj'4',", !U I'l-_.>


such puhlicatiort. \ LANDSCAPINGFILL : IKST Frt.. r',,rn <'n.I_nd!
1''rIJwnt. ei( S. .
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.. DIRTor AMV.1! I' S. "hl.rol, "';1 Fh rn.


If you are engaged in business under any name DISKING H-\_ Maur!7'H|!:-:|tll'ti|>| Fr.iSh"IHtCSK| F-.r II. nt In.'tig bit. _

} t \v. L. THIGPEN, JK. i _
kt r"Y I Rt. 2 Box 245-D Alton Bd.rnavE 1 Fc.il: IEST-I and 2 bedroom fuc-

other than and have not had this 297-j I"I-h"1 h k''.n apartment i 'rntral ,Truck Sty Lines Hilly

your own, name r1Ak Starke, Fla. f'h ."." I lit;_tfchgK

; ,1|: '!.\LF: ',p' TI\I.K-\.Ur
.. r-iorr
It'.u' f. r .- arr,

properly advertised and registered, we will be t a4., tY aft f 5!STOVE' PATD STATE ON SAVINGS HANK -- KEYSTONE KEY: ': R ThrcaNi,,. k of Bradford rman. land Rt.Furniture t deep I'ox
HEIGHTS. FLA. MEM- ;
HER FDIC. F'.p. !p.u.ECement

glad to give all Information as to' i !.I. 'I." ,-\-r. I I'II'h! I II I i f-'.1..,u?11'"fl?<',.of Free all talJalll'n kin"Steps. .lurid 4 and At TII,..
r'o.
you necessary t w 'oo -Hi.-- C'"U 1 M-J lip !i I ; LAfayette Ht. Phone 215.1tfrhg f


2' f i 4 f w -. H tt K < )I...... in furn.chcd APARTMENT FOR REsT on Math- f
.....- -- nraMif.r iin.- ''I apart two ".n what should do.BRADFORD ,
.. '-1".1.:.n I'hr.n.
you I A pa4-Ue I theatre of ihildren enjoyed the Toy Matinee "p'n ,-,r'. ,"-,j" "\II p".pl f..B\--ni v.ry:''ni *,r..a"onably NMr pea I HI Hr'hl!'

b> the Elk> Club Ust Fridaymorning in the Florida Theatre :;StandlarKe Firemen W ini1 Mrs. W II N"Ir.an: !2* WE NrT1WE.nt'T AND Elrod SELL USED FtTR II
: Mad it. .n St tfrhq' Furniture
Ing in aisle (I-r) are lodge member who sened a* Santa's assisStarke I Phtln. n tfchq Co,
volunteer!
tants on this happy occasion: I. G. Harris, Theatre I r.reraen over 21 INCH TELEVISION console, tit ';'. COUNTY TELEGRAPH manager Phil : the weekend dstr.buted about |! down at Dah'tlu'. tfchr ra.\ r anti LTa Mall t rxe.,
I Vit sky. Billy Xoegel. Irvin Bobbins. Charley E. Johns Robert Green, e: ,- roam.. k..t Mark.-r, yip I
I'r.nla..t
> bags filled! with frUit and I MrI..
( Jerome Johns lojli E. Conner J. Jemho, Tiny Guertner Xwen I I Saleslady Wanted: Must be ex- rr"1 nhrrPe96-L LtP I.
i! Cj.ndy to. underpr.veed!! children''auhn. '. ., IISR9d t tI
-r. i A .
I \ s, E. Simmoas, Gene N'oegel, and J. I). DojK ..rf,,. rvr.:; ; ,'. N i I'kf" ,.. rk:I tI' F'' J.'..:,-,. '1 Lr.r 'n- Sr t ..., I-: h Furl ;
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1 ',,"rage }t',ad II n at lJarl.v'_
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