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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1957
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; : For Yule Season Opening POSTSFour


.. ? .' 4 I I Sparked by a concerted drive to on Dec. 11 and Dec. 18, when candidates have Asked For Right-Of-Way

.. t make shoppers conscious of the stores will remain open all day, qualified for three posts on _

I importance of trading at home, instead of closing at noon the Lawtey City Council, to I
Starke merchants will next week Last minute shoppers( will find be decided in a-city electionto .p-- -

cpen the big guns of the Christmas additional accommodation duringthe be held there ,Tuesday, Danger 01 Losing
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shopping season.I last week before Christmas, .
Extended hours for the benefitcf when'stores will remain open.until Incumbent council members .f-- '. U. S. Rating CitedOwners
pMrs. I it'
Shuford and
Dave O. J.
Christmas will start 8 Dec. 20 Satin
shoppers : pm. on Friday,
: Monday, Dee. 2, when stores following 'day. Dec. 21, and Tuesday, Dec. ,Phillips are seeking reelection ;It : 'j- property along U. S.
the holiday schedule adopted -I 24. and W. P. Kemp and asked to
SOl Monday night were
by the Merchants Division of The big kick-off for the Christmas Preston Green are candidates land that
Stanley Noegel (right) proml that guns are not the edushe \- the Chamber of Commerce will' shopping season will come for the seat vacated S donate right-of-way so
C. Whitehead who has I -:: work ,on the four-laning projecton
province of men at she out-shot several men to win a fine I icmain open until 9 p.m. The late I saturday, Dec.) 7, with the arrival by moved his residence, from the road 'can begin rolling.

I- turkey in a round of ,firing at the BUS Senior Class's turkey shoot closing hour will also be observed rl Santa Claus, accompanied by r- Officials of the Chamber of
, each Monday thereafter until I his faithful spot/se, on the streets Lawtey to Kingsley Lake. .
"Saturday morning. Thanksgiving dinners \\ere provided for a number |I Mayor C. R. Shuford, City I Commerce, county, City of Starke
Christmas. I jot Starke. Santa and wife will
of families as 15 turkeys \\'i'reon during the shooting., 3via! half-holi- Clerk Ethel Reddish, and I and Bradford's legislative delegation -
j The usual Wednesday head the annual Christmas parade -
Paulk, Senior Class! member, presents the turkey I to Mrs. Noegel. ''day will be shelved by merchants at 9:30 a.m., and will then remainin Town Marshal L. P. Rafuse I urged the nearly' 200 property
are unopposed in their: bids owners to cooperate with the
the shopping district for the

/:, Thanksgiving Day Elks' Event Set Dec. 6 rest of the day. Mrs. MarianHowe. for re-election. which program they, outlining and the county the benefits would

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secretary, an- ,
receive from the improved road
I Services; Planned nounces that there will be the usual Probe ResumedBy and the consequences which could

Quincy Dupont To Vie In Berry BowlQuincy I ford holiday High School floats Band and the will Brad-par-_ result long.if the project were delayedtoo

Thanksgiving Day activities in ticipate. There will be free candyfor .
Starke will be highlighted Thurs- the kiddies. Merchants will Grand Jury ; Problem Told

day with ,a church service at the High School, a North Florida powerhouse, and feature special bargains for Sat The problem'put to the land-

Presbyterian Church sponsored by Dupont High of Jacksonville, who have proved to be giant urday, Dec. 7, shoppers.For owners was that the matter of

the Ministerial Association, be- killers! this season, have been matched as the opponents in the past several weeks, One man has been subpoenaed procuring the right-of-way, a responsibility -

ginning at 10 a.m. the third annual Strawberry Bowl to be played at the Brad- through messages in The Tele- to appear before the Bradford of the county, is the
Rev. Jack Mabry, pastor of the County Grand Jury which Wednesday Officials of the Starke and Bradford County Chamber of Commerce only thing holding up an ,immediate -
merchants have been
ford High School Stadium on Friday night, Dec. 6. graph, telling start the
on four-laning work
Madison Street Baptist Church, folks of the Starke trade area the morning resumed its in- discuss! road matters of vital importance to the area with Earl
J. I). Doyle, Exalted Ruler of and no is available to
money
will bring the message, using: as the Starke Elks Club which spon- showing against some of the importance of trading at home vestigation of the fire and shoot- Powers (second from left), District Two Road Board member. C of chase this right-of-way.: pur-

his topic a Pure the Thanksgiving."Three RequirementsFor Scripture sors the annual event, said that toughest competition in Northeast this Christmas. The theme 'of Robert ing reported' L. Patterson.The by moonshine. witness C officials pictured are ((1-r) T. II. Slade, director; Roscoe Bullington Only a few of the property owners .

for the service ,will be taken negotiations were just completed Florida. these messages has been, "Try new president; and Guy Andrews, retiring president. expressed their feelings on the
witness is W. J.
from Micah 6:6-8.: Tuesday morning, with both The Dupont eleven has whipped Starke Stores First. Woods new issue, with three of the major
insurance
an adjustor
The service will also begin the teams agreeing to the contest. such strong teams as Ketterlinus landowners agreeing to give their
from Gainesville.The .
Thanksgiving to Christmas Bible Quincy High so far this season ((34-14)), Jackson ((12-7)), Bishop Powers Outlines Problems land and other landholders indicat-

reading campaign which the Ministerial has racked up a 7 win-7 loss and Kenny ((18-6)), Fletcher ((19-13)), Re-Registration Grand Jury began its deliberations ing that they were not pleased

Association is sponsoring. still has one game to play. They and Terry Parker 310. They were on Monday, Nov. 11, but with the proposal. Both views

Special' music will be provided are scheduled to take the field edged out by two points by Main- recessed that, 'afternoon until this Federal Roads Will Bringyard provoked mild applause from the

by the choir of the Presbyterian against Marianna this week.In land of Daytona (14-12)) and tied. Of Freeholders week.- They are probing into the crowd.

Church and the special offering statistics, Dupont's record Landon ((27-27)). II I circumstances surrounding the fire A warning that completion of new system. He said the Federal SOl Rerouted

will go to the Hope, Haven Hosl ((5-4-1)) is not so enviable, but This will be second appearance I' which burned- Patterson's house to the Federal system of limited access system is designed primarily for Guy Andrews, heading the

4 l pital for Crippled Children. they have made commendable in the Berry Bowl for the Quincy I.I Set Next MonthRerf'gistration Sept.the ground 12 and on the the pistol morning shot whichhe of super-highways might mean military purposes and will haveno speaking committee, in makingthe

Tigers who were the first victors loss of traffic on existing routes service stations, restaurants, polntblank request of prop
said was fired at him from
Income Exceeds Outgo in the first Bowl contest in 1955 unless the latter are maintainedin or other commercial facilities erty owners to donate their land
another the of
car on, night Sept.
when they defeated Bishop Ken of freeholders 13. top condition was, voiced by along its route. "I do not believe told them to consider the value of

ny 20-7. 'Earl, Powers, District Two Road that tourists will use it much if the land with' the road improvedas

Last year the Bradford High in the county will be Patterson was a witness before Board members, in a speech at they have other good roads to compared to what .thefr land

City Audit Shows Improved PictureThe Tornadoes and the Jefferson High conducted next month, probably the federal grand jury in cases the annual banquet of the Starke travel," the speaker said. would toe worth if the route ,of

I Tigers were pitted against each beginning about Dec 5, against several moonshine defend- and Bradford, County Chamber of Powers declared that it is vital- 301 were changed.,
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other with the Tornadoes winning Mrs. Marian Crosby, super- ants on Sept. 24. Commerce last week. ly important to Starke and Brad- The possibility of Bradford

City of Starke which ruction funds when the year 7-6. visor of registration, said In its deliberations earlier this Held in the Methodist recrea- ford County to get the improvement County losing 301 if the improve-

started off the last fiscal year started brought the total on Proceeds of the Strawberry this week. month the grand jury heard testi- tion hall Thursday night, Nov. 21, work on 301 completed before ment project were delayed too

with little operaing funds in the hand or deposit to $84,120.91. Bowl go to the Harry Anna Home mony from seven witnesses. These the banquet drew around 125 bus the new Federal system is long was mentioned, by nearly allot

bank conducted a million dollar The extra funds have already for Crippled Children and other The re-registration is being were Sheriff P. D. Reddish State iness, men and their wives, and finished. He said that traffic : the speakers.

business during the year and on I. been earmarked, by the City worthy charities. scheduled at the request .Trooper Carlos Musgrove, Florida several! ] representatives. of the I count on 301 ,has increased 62 percent Rep. ,Doyle Conner laid that
t'' Sept. 30 ended up with $38,620- Council- to be used for aswer and ,Doyle said that th -Ber -Bowl ot the School Board -"a"-" Sheriffs Bureau investigator Hen- Jacksonville AVea- Chamber of' in the last few years, ,and: other counties have been trying

.4j on hand or oil depTjin the water extensions to the city activities, in addition the game, step .in the preparations for ry Loverin, Patterson and his Commerce. A four-course dinner, now averages 'between 6,000 and' for a number of years to"have SR
used for general limiti. This is considered a top vote on the proposed 5450- rice and chicken 7,000 vehicles day. This is' 23 which from
two funds city will include a festive parade and wife H. C. (Pete) Wainwright of featuring yellow per goes Macclenny,
operation, according'to the an- priority project by the Council, half time sh w. 000 bond issue. Lawtey, Mrs. W. L., Bailey (Pat- was served by members of the sufficient traffic to warrant four- through Raiford to Gainesville, re-

nual audit report released last made a necessity by the imminence Tickets are now on sale, Doyle Mrs. Crosby said that terson's mother-in-law), and Char- First Methodist WSCS. The long laningv the road official said. designated as U. S. 301.

week. of the U. S. 301 widening said at several downtown estab- freeholders who re-register les, David Thompson, a teen-ager. banquet tables were colorfully decorated Powers declared" that the State Delay Wanted

The report, prepared by the project.The lishments or can be purchasedfrom should bring proof that they Two other Sheriff's Bureau investigators in Thanksgiving motif Road Department has funds ready "These people trying to redes-

firm of Dandelake-Conner & Co. budgeted General City ) any member of the Elks are property owners, eithera had been called, but by members of the Starke Gar. and waiting for the four-laning ignate 301 would like for us to

of Jacksonville, showed that the Fund and Light and Water Fund Club. Any organization wishingto deed or tax receipt.She were not called into the secret den Club. of 11.3 miles -of U. S. 301 northof I wait," Conner said.
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total amount of cash on hand actually produced $40,660 more I' sell tickets should contact Bobby said she is still await grand jury room, and a subpoenahad Powers said that under the Starke in Bradford County. Sen. Charley Johns also pointedcut

and on deposit in all of the funds I|I than was anticipated, with more McRae, chairman of the ticket ing some of the necessary been issued for Fire MarshalR. proposed Federal highway system, "The contract could be let tomor- the move to have SR 23 re-

at the end of the fiscal year was. :: revenue being received than' sales, Doyle said. forms for the registration N. Plummer, but was not serv- Florida is scheduled to get 1,100 row if we had the right of way," designated and stated: "1 can't

,$84,120.91.In estimated and less money being Advance tickets costs $1 for procedure and cannot an- ed. miles of new highways within the! he said. express too strongly the importance
I adults and 50 cents for students.At nounce the exact date when next 13 The total of his project. U. S. 301
the entire operation' the expended. But since both accounts years. program,i It is up to the county to obtain
the gate the tickets will cost the books will be open until providing a network of -' the is the lifeblood of Bradford, Coun-
city took in 1051625.58 duringthe I started the year in the Quarterback ClubAn superhighways this needed right of way, "
red as far as the actual bank $1.50 far adults and 75 cents for they arrive. across the nation will speaker said, since the state does ty.
and spent $1,021,090.35,
year The
effect of such
leaving a surplus of $30,535.23. deposits were concerned this children. With the reregistrationheld important meeting of the cost an estimated $825 billion, thespeaker'said. not buy right of way for high- would be that redesignation
likely Starke would
This. added to $53,585.63 on full amount was reduced by $2.- next month, the bond Quarterback':Club will be held I ways through cities or counties.He revert from
SINGING CONVENTIONThe election could not be held I Powers declared that communities said that Bradford County hasa a prosperous city toa
039.18: ($654.33 in the General
hand in various bond and con- Tuesday 7:30 p.m. in either the near ghost town, with business
Fund and $2.384.85 in the Light Bradford-Union Singing until at least February, be- that keep their present roads. bonded indebtedness that will
and Water Fund.) Convention will meet at 2 p.m. cause the law requires that Music Room or Gymnasium of in top condition will not be hurt prevent the use of secondary road collapsing and everyone in the

Poor Attendance The General: City Fund break- Sunday at the Sardis Baptist the election be advertised for the ,High School. All interested by the Federal roads, but that funds for this purpose, but urged area suffering, the speakers
stressed.
I Church in Worthington. Springs. 30 days after the books are parents, men and women, are urg- those who let their highways deteriorate that some plan be worked out at
down showed that 'while budget
the -
Poll Fund
Causes Concern I Everyone is invited. closed. ed to attend. will lose traffic ,to the the earliest possible date for acquiring Out
had called for $158.979 to be It was also stated that_ if_ the____
this vital property.
collected and snent, $169,387.04had construction is not used
Of School HeadsBradford "Thia is only the start of what money
been collected and $160,398.70 Clinches Conference Crown we intend to do on 301," Powers during this fiscal year, the State
had been spent, leaving an Road Dept. may take it out of the
this stretch
said. 'As soon as
County' schools have excess of $8,988.34The budget and use the funds else
north of Starke is completed, we
been hit hard this year by absences audit showed that all of where. '

resulting in "terrible" attendance the various city departments except BHS Ends Season With 26-0 Win vail Prior start to improving Powers' talk 301 many South.at- H. A. Bishop Jr., chairman'jof

records, School Supt. the police department stayed I tractive door prizes contributed the County Commission outlinedthe
Harmon Morgan stated this week. within their budgets. I financial picture of the county .
by Starke merchants, were distributed .
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And unless the situation improves The police department spent By Mark Moore I a 6-4 record. line that was interrupted by an line before Charles along the guests with T.' terming it as 'gloomy."
the will suf- Noegel If the to therightofway
greatly county county were buy
36037.11, which was $2,186.11over The Bradford High Tornadoestook I Evidently the Tornadoes did not interception. However the Blue intercepted t a pass and Starke H. Slade handling this part of the -
about there would '
fer by losing $15,000 in foe two
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state funds for which it should be its $33,851 budget.: a solid hold on the Keystone intend to play around with chance Devils fumbled on their third took possession of the ball. The program. ways to finance it, Bishop said.

digible, funds which are needed The Street and Garbage Dept. Conference football championshipas Friday night so when they received down and Starke recovered. After Tornadoes had time for only two Miss Mara Payne sang several One would be to vote ,additional

for classrooms, teachers and other spent $51,519.36, which was $4-I they pushed through mud, fog the ball the second time, after being so rudely interrupted, the plays before the first half ended vocal 'selections, accompanied by ad-valorem taxes, with about 10

personnel and facilities to meet 85964 less than its budgeted and fighting Blue Devils last holding the Blue Devils, on downs, Tornadoes continued and their drive with the score 13-0. Mrs. L.J.., Green at the piano, more mills necessary to provide

student enrollment demands next $56,379; the AdministrativeDept. Friday night to gain a 26-0 victory they really got to business. Bub- with Osborne LaMee making Early in the third quarter the and group singing was led by Rev. I the money, and the other wouldbe

spent $52,697.16, which was over Clay High School. ba LaMee charged forward for a first downs and Noegel crossingthe Clay High boys again showed Jack Mabry. r to wait until 1960 when more

year.Morgan explained that the 2551.84, less than its $55,249 The victory gave the Tornadoesa first down then passed to Jim last 2 yards for a TD. The signs of progress when they came Guy Andrews, retiring C of C secondary road ,money will.,become?

amount of funds provided to a budget: and the Fire Dept. spent clean sweep in conference play, Hobbs, who raced the last 35 yardsto conversion failed and the score remained from their 27 yard line to the president, served as master _of 'available to repay a loan.

county under the Minimum Foun- 13032.08 which was_ $467.39 leas a 5-0 conference record and left the goal. The extra point was 13-0. Tornadoes 29 yard line. However ceremonies and turned the gavel I Can't Afford

dation Program is based on Average than its $13,500 budget.In no doubt that they are the league good and the score was 70. After the kick, the Clay High Mike Goldwire and Wilbur Barry over, near the end of the meet- I "Who can afford 10 more

Daily Attendance (ADA) fig- the light and water Fund, champions.In Early in the second quarter the Blue Devils began a drive that decided to put a stop to that stuff ing, to Roscoe Bullington, newly mills?" he asked in answer to

ures.! Bradford County's ADA figures which had $295,100 budgeted. overall play, however, the Tornadoes again got a power gained two first downs and car- and began tackling the Blue Dev elected president. the first suggestion and cited the

are running about 80 behind 309788.02 was collected and I Tornadoes ended the season withNINE drive started from their 28 yard ried them to the Tornadoes 29 Us behind the line of scrimmage. danger in waiting -as an answerto

lat year's count even though the $278,116.77 was spent, leaving an !I ___ .. i This only lasted for four downs Worker Hurt the second.
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student enrollment has increased excess of $31.671.25. : '. ': 1 and the Tornadoes took the ball "We are hoping to get' enough

by about 60 over last year. I On its actual operation, the I.trl::< I"J '-f.ti, to the Clay High 40 yard line as RockA people to give their laud 'so that
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This will mean that when the I Light and Water Fund made a :, :'r": J Ii< ".;',:fo,; ---''I the, third quarter ended. By Falling we can be able to get Powers
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*' money is doled out next year, profit during the year of $142- .y : The Tornadoes lost 10 yards on (Road Board Member ,Earl Pow
.. a bad handoff and had to kick employee Raymond Sas- Id lend the for the
Bradford County will receive 118.58, taking in $302,327.06 city ers) money
:. tunds for about 140 students less while spending only $160,208.48.The from the 50 to the Blue Devils who ser, was injured Tuesday morn- rest."

.. than it actually has and the surplus in this fund, however SS were stopped on their 2 yard, line. ing while working on the city's Andrews stressed that the land

,-ppread will be even greater if the wa i cut down to $31,671.25by On the third down Starke recov- sewer project. on East Call street. owners are being asked to donate

: ,wirollment increases neit year. transfers to other accounts. S ered a fumble and went over on Street Supt. S- R- Hicks said only the "dirt" Any improvements

't "The flu. Asiatic and otherwise, The balance sheet showed that ; the first down for the Tornadoes that Sasser was working at the or costs of moving build

alias taken the greatest toll on the the total assets and tax liabilities : third TD.Bennett's. bottom of a ditch when he was ings, signs or other items are to

attendance records, Morgan said, of the city amount up to $1,798- the next kick went into struck in the hips by a large be paid for, he said.
end
i:In certain instances cutting the&ttendancp 955.23. .a zone and the Clay High piece of clay which rolled down Sign OptionIn
aI boys _received the ball the
20
on where'.uch
cases costs are
in single classes by from the sides of the ditch. '
much yard line. After only one down involved, he said, the owners will
faa as 40 cent. !
H?: But many of the per students have Guard Announces however- they fumbled the ball the He hospital.was taken immediately' to I be asked to sign an option for

: tayed out'of school for shopping Vacation ScheduleCo. end Starke recovered. Then Char- future payment In'the caseswhere
.: les Osborne crossed about 18 the land is involved
"ps or just ,
hunting other
t tljeasons l when they trips were 'not or sick C, Starke National Guard 1.t: I yards of Devil 'territory' into pay Admits ChargeA they will be asked to sign over

>Morgan said. dirt The try for extra,point fail- the deed.
unit, will 1 hold two
drills
\j'We don't more ed and the score remained 260. 13-year-old Negro boy this Starke City Clerk Carl Johns
want children tome before being released for Christ-
L to school During the rest ,
when they are mas vacation. Drills will be held "
*:k," he said. the Blue, Devils'cime as close as court was given a suspended sentence financial shapa as the county and
? Dee. 2 and Dec. 9.
he urged i r&i the 10 yard line in Tornado territory after he admitted placing across will not be able to pay,for rights-
iBut parents to After ,Dee. 9 the :
coopTte men will be
i but unable to tie the railroad
with a were score. across of-wayln81de the city limits. Johns
program
Of improv- given a vacation until :
the schools' attendance. Monday I That is the way the BHS Tornadoes tracks. pointed out the city'Is planning to
record night, Jan. 6. In addition to the
seeing that their ch n-are vacation, each man in the unit I I SENIORS PLAYED their Springs. They are (front row, Ins)' Charles: Osborne, Wilbur I' ended the season. Their The cross tie was placed on provide water and sewers to ,the
'f school every day they I season high school left to right Hutcheson 6-4 record proves that they have track Saturday night and an investigation city limits and that landownerswill
are not will receive a pay check about the, last regular ) Rudolph Barry :Mike GoMwire and Fred-
':, putting off I I played some good !ball and deserve was started after it benefit by having these facilities -
thetjfcnfchool
trips \\intO middle of December for the 14 football game last Friday nightin Bob Taccia, Burt McGee Charles die Stephens
days. -" the honor of being conference was hit by a train though no as ;weU drills held during this pay quarter. the game against Green Cove Noegel and Larry LaMee (Stand- .
champions., damage had resulted. .(Continued. OB Page, Six)_ -J



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AGte TTW BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, BTARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, yOVE3D3ER 29 1937

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'TTTTfffTTfTfffftfTfffffMf, .......... fpmFarmer's First publication November 8, 19:;L I ileTice and address' is: Unknown. 9 day of December, 1957; ; tree has been filed
editorialMust 11/8 U 11/29 You are hereby notified that a other!** the allegations. of laid against you in the above; named
suit for divorce has been filed (Complaint will b* taken as confessed Court and cause and you are re-
Diary In The Circuit Court of Florida, I against you in the above named 1 oy you quir d to serve a copy hef your
Klebth Judicial ('lr"uU'laad- I Court and cause and you are required This notice shall be publishedonce answer or pleading to complaint
I! to serve a copy of your answer each week for four consecutive 'on the Plaintiff's Attorney
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For
BySimMeCarysyso Bradford Conatr.- la Chaa. I or pleading to the complaint 1 weeks \n the Bradford; County Teleraph. Carl G. Swanson 109 Law Exchange
rery. on the Plaintiffs AttorneyE. I g Building. Jacksonville t,
John C. flack, DIVORCE J
ep'3 l Qn Top Plaintiff. FILE K. Perryman, Starke.: Florida Dated this 5 day of Nov, 1957. Florida, '
and file the original in the otfice original the office of
>pe early berries any day now. vs. NO. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby and file the
aI of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton The Clerk of the. Circuit Court on
Marie Clerk of the ,Orruu Court
S. Black
12-433
noad Board member Earl Powers made Nqt] many, :tho\gh, for i lot of Defendant. or before the 9 day of December, By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk of before the 3 day Of December
sense allegations of
held off 1957; otherwise the allegations of 114t ; otherwise the
growers planting until .. t- 11/29
when Order f Publication sad Motice To saId Complaint will be taken as slid Compalnt .wlll .agtukepconfessedbyyou : as
he
addressed ,embers; of jthe Starke and! latter this yFarin (effort, to Defead confessed: by you. NOTICE TO APPEAR ; : .
Bradford County Chamber of'Commerce at their get production during the February To Marie' C. Black, Residence: 430 -This notice shall be published j IB Circuit Court, Bradford County, Tbis notice shall be uUshed
Hudson Street: Manhattan N. Y., once each week for four consecutive Florida In Chancery. once each'week for four consecutive
-3arch period. N. Y. weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph. peeks tho Bradford. Gqw6t7j:;TeleSIIfated \
.banquet ,here l last week. He said that if existing Ella Polee'Conner.; Plaintiff, vs. in ?
Yoq are hereby notified that ,i Cecil Clifford. Conner; Defendant "
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highways are kept in top condition, the communities t there has been filed by John C. Dated this 6 day of Nov, 1937. Case No. 10494Xotles $ thlsl day of" I
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Looks like the proposed auction Black, in the Circuit Court of Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL) To Appear 1957. '
served by them need not fear loss of market" at' Brooker' this seaSon County, Florida his Complaint Charles Clerk A. Darby.of the Circuit Court To Ella P. Bolee Conner, whose (OFFICIAL SEAL I
against and that residence is: 487 West LaClede
This weather you the relief
warm right ChatleClerDk"oMhe
traffic to the new Federal system of limited access goes jon will bfe; f big' ,acce!s, and therein prayed for is a divorce. By :Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Avenue Youngstown' Ohio. Circuit Court.
and here .we are crowding This is therefore to commandyou 11/8 4t 11/29 You are hereby notified that a By Marian U.. 9****?* pepittyFlerk I
supeighways: which will be constructed we certainly; pope so. Question to file.youc written flefense in suit for modification .of final de- 1{ ;1t..11/29 .!
:: Circuit Bradford ,
into December. Maybe we're jn J s, if an auction market willhelp said cause on or before the 18 day In Court County I
within a period of 13 However if ,Florida la ('III\D(".".
years. present of December A.D., 1957. and that
for another winter like the first gout .in ;.IJrooker: ; why not you shall thereafter on or before !Sandra S. Shepherd. Plaintiff vs. .
highways are allowed to deteriorate, it is only have 'one 'in Starke? the 18 day of December, 1937 servea Victor ,M. Shepherd Defendant. 1
one we had here, when there Case Xo. 12-440
.najur l to expect that, ,tourists will shift rather, wasn't any cold weather until p9 ;Philip l'opyof Barton your 216 defenses S. E., IC 1st any Street on, Order of Publivnlion and Notice To ;

than risk the hazards of jaub-standard .free high- spri $. i j We never thought we'd live to Gainesville the Plaintiff\ Florida and, Attorney Immediatelyht'rl'aftl'r for Victor Appear' 11 Male. Shepherd of "Florida whose Tot residence !I $$35.0,0'

*, .* sge i the day when a woman in file the original in my and address is: 2223 Twenty- !
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office. Upon failure to with fifth Street, Akron Ohio.
comply
would
and call Church i suddenly move
Step right
ways.Mr. up us either of the above, "a Decree Pro You are required IP appear on
\ Powers' remarks were especially significant crazy, but we're passing word ,''oycr in the pew, 'and crown another Confesso will be entered against December 16, 1957, in the above
according to law named Court and cause, wherein
with you
churchgoer good
at'this time when the Road ,Board has just on to you about a 2,840vlb.. bull, J a Witness my hand and seal of our plaintiff Keeks'divorce and'supportof 1
and if that ain't the moStestbull \healthy swat.: :Yet it happenedthe Circuit (Court this 4 day of Nov.. minor child.Bradford .
announced that
money js available and every. 'in A.D., 1957.IOFFICi.tL!) .
IS. ; ]Lawtey Methodist church, County Telegraph shall
we don't know'what 'The
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'
.,tlwng is in readiness for letting the contract SEAL) publish this Order in next four
on .la. t Sunday, but .we'd better
j Charolaise !
big scoundrel is a ... ,, Charles A. Darby. weekly issues. TRADE -IN
four-laning 11.3 miles of U. ,S. ,,301 north of and Bryant "Reddish, :who has ;'clear .that: up in ,a' hurry.A Clerk of Circuit Court. Witness my hand and official : :
Philip L"arton.ttomey for Plaintiff seal at Starke. Florida this November -
Starke. Everything, that is, except' the highly seen }him, !says he Is only in past wasp (uninvited of course) 216 S. E. 1st Street, Gainesville, 7, 1957.OFFICIAL.

iinportajitmatter: of ht-:<>f-way. The right-of- re condition and would weigh. f attended the 11 a. m. services Florida. ( SEAL: )
118It 11/29 Charles A. Darby,
way forthis. '' yital project is,the county's respon- a lot more if,'he' were :fat, 'and haying .nothing b ter to do,. As Clerk of said Court.

*sibTity, and the' appraised value is close to half S flit on the head of Mrs. George .TO WIIOH IT MAY CONCKKXl Iv! Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk DUO-THERM
4 i 1 will not be responsible for any Chas n. Hess 204 Guaranty Life '"
a million .dollars.: The ,.County Commissioners Bryant. has been messing around Roberts. Mrs. Paul Dinkins debts made by anyone other than Building: Jacksonville 2. Florida. '

say there is no money available for this with the Charolaise breed ;i thougbt she'd( be a good, Sama- myself. Curtis T. Griffis 5t 11/29 Attys. for I'll. 11/15 4t 12/6
purpose, j
for several years now ,and .is ,'titan and swatted it. Mrs. Roberta OIL HEATER
and thecomity's secondary road money for years XOTICU TO CREDITORS :XOTICK OF INTENTION TOIntolo'fI.n ?
3 more sold on them than ,ever. ; .was taken by surprise, and Florida Statute FicTi'i'foiAAJJK . ....
to come has been ,pledged to pay for a program ]He 'has a number of 34'bull' :a bit startled, of course; but In Tar Court Of The. County Judge Notice is hereby given that the
'of ; Bradford ('ou..,, Florida undersigned under the provisionsof WITH AUTOMATIC
roads In when
secondary constructed the county : she learned what the
(calves, in case anyone wants to In Probate Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida, .
'uveral' years ago Therefore, there is no prospect \get started with the "biggetcattle trouble, was, she joined in a big In re: Estate of George. W. Mosley. Acts of 1941, will register with the BLOWER

. of borrowing: funds for ,this purpose. on earth." ,He says'- they j(.laugh with. the. rest. of the folks. To Deceased.All, Creditor nnd Persons lIa"i .Clerk for Bradford of the Circuit County Court Florida, in upon and
should be bred to Brahmans (Claim or Demands Acaia receipt of pro<)f of publication of
Jn Jus Chamber of ,only \OTICK TO CREDITORS Said I.lateoYou this notice, the fictitious name of DOWN
Commerce talk here
Mr. ,or to cows 'of .other breeds. Florida Statute! 'and each of you are hereby J ,.t J Building Supplies (successor j !$5 i jfr
Powers pointed out ,that the New Federal system which have ,had a couple <' of la the Court of the County Judge, notified and'required to present to Quigley & Davis, ), under .which
Bradford Cooatr, Florida, any claims and demands which you, I am engaged in business: at 301 '
:Will be designed primarily as military highways, 'calves.!!! !. Probate, or either of -you may have against East Call St., Starke, Florida. (
and will be entirely e a e In re: Jo t non-commercial.
That is, 'a/k/a ,qnXave\ ,K. SohuUdt, de- late of said County to ''the ., .Starke, Fla., sole owner. ,
,there will be no gasoline stations, no restaurants, And speaking of calves, H. A. ceased. County Judge of Bradford County, Dated this lath day of November I$1
.La\,"..<;rms still pretty: .good on To All jCrrdUori and Peuoan llav-; Florida at his office in the court A.D., 1957 at $tar}\. e, Bradford
and no tourist attractions along their way. Since lAg ClalRWor .De,IIIaada Aga..t'Id house of said County at Starke, County,"Florida
\ this is true, the majority of tourists will gue nng weights but, .he ,is E'\tafr. Florida within eight calendar 11/15 4t 12/6
prefer You 'and each of you are hereby months from the time of the first
to; continue using our present highways if starting to slip Not .Ipng, ago, ,he notified and required to .present. publication of this notice. Each NOTICE TO APPEAR ': t9.88 I
looked, at three"steers' and said. 'any claims{ and demands'which claim ''or- demand shall be in writing In Circuit Court Bradford Coaatr, .
they are kept in first rate condition, the Road they would dress out at a totalof ;you or either of you, may have, and shall\ state the .Jaee of res- .Florida In .Chancery. .
Board .against the estate. of .-: idence and post office address of ISojjer Allen Tunnell. Plaintiff, vs. \
member
said. 750 Ibs. After they were decree Schmidt, the claimant, and :shall be sworn Linda K. Tunnell, Defendant. j
butchered they weighed 752 lbs. deceased, late of said County, to' to by the claimant his ,gent, ,or Case. No. 12-436:: .
In recent years the increasing popularity of the ,County! Judge of Bradford attorney and any such claim or l'Iotll" To Appear
and H. A. still can't understandit. County, at his office in the court demand not bo filed shall be void. To:' Linda Tunnell.. whose residence '
U. S. 301 has brought a flow of traffic through "I must be slipping," he said. house of said County at Starke. Charles M. Schmitt: as administrator and address is: Unknown. 53,000 BTU
: Bradford County in Florida, within eight calendar of the Estate of George luu are hereby notified that a
: resulting the U o
development '
months' from the time of the first \V. Mosley, deceased. suit for Divorce
jpf a .multi-million dollar motel, restaurant, and Any hunters come up with abird publication of notice. Each claimor First publication November 8, 1957. has been filed against you In the
demands shall be in writing, and 11/8 4t 1129NOTICE above named Court and cause andy
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service station business here. This is an "industry" that looks like: a cross between ,ahan'state the place of residenceand u are required. serve a copy of

that could not be sacrificed a bobwhite and a meadow post office address of the TO APPEAR ,your answer or pleading to thecom INKIER{ ELECTRIC SERVICE
; now without claimant( and shall .be sworn to by la Circuit Court:; Bradford County plaint on the pfcuntiffs Attorney
seriously disrupting the of the larjk} ? If you're puzzled, the the claimant, his agent, his attorney Florida In Chn.cery. Arthur T. Boone' :::01' Florida '
economy .entire bird is the Coturnix (Japanese and any such claim or demand J. B. Rivers, PMUitiff, vs. Wilma Theater L"uilding, Jacksonville 2, :*
area. It is .an industry that :will continue to nut' so filed shall be void.-.i ; Rivers, Defendant. Florida, Phone 166 234 N. Temple Ave. 'Stake. Fla.
and to quail) and it is ligther than the Charles M. Schmitt aa administrator Case No. 12-437 and file the original In the office of
grow expand even greater importance quail, :weighing only about 4.5 ; of the. Estate ot.George''K. Notice To AppearTo the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or --
with the i improvement U. S. 301. Schmidt, deceased. : Wilma Rivers, whose resi 'before the, :::;:
oz., as compared with ,about 7 .
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,
oz. for the Bobwhite, and has .
The .
obtaining of right-of-way is always '
a dark meat. Some have been :tak- .

'troublesome'problem, and especially so when complicated en in Florida, we've heard. .

by a shortage of necessary funds. It is S THE i .,
>
a problem,, however, that can be solved, as many The fact that farm folks have 1 '

.others have been in the ,. '... : ;. , "
past; through compro- stopped tossing eggs at Secy. BIG : :, :I> : ; '

mise and ,the spirit of Benson ,should not be .taken as '
proper cooperation. Af- ,
.. .,...
fected property ,an indication of a climb .in his -', : ; .1.
owners must ,take into consideration -_. A'--" '._ "' .." .
popularity. Actually, cost fi :;:' -- '
eggs ,
wily the greatly increased value that willaccrue -. -: :: ..
to : too much now. to use as ammun, tn4 w 111 If _.,........... __ /P.cra.a.If4ha5NY... -. i,
rtheir prb}peftykas t a result of the 301' tion It p '" ft L. I" F Rf 7t xs Sr wahsfy Ay ,vu s..Mw+ ._' '4 q'.I ar .. _, 'r'S 1. ', ....

improvement, but also ':'" the prospect of a .decrease Against .a Repubjcan. ( tf ,, 1;;: THIS; IS OUR' INVITATION TO YOU to discover how.little i;; : '

: in value if 301 is
not improved before the The recent rains sure have : !

,Federal system is built, with consequent loss of done .wonders for the winter .. more

tourist. travel :
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In.this'area. fields of nice oats
green rye or J
If wheat all over' the county now. : : :, But what a big difference you enjoy in looks and road-holding :$ize!

.
these
two ,
considerations are kept in mind s .. ., : .

during the period of negotiations the increase If the weather holds off the What big difference in value and prestige! For The M is fhe first .
Big
in value :with an improved 30J, and the decrease ways it has lately there -will be a : ., ; .. \


.:.in yalue 301 with- an-we unimproved' are confident: .and that largely: property abandoned ,THE RIGHT "POINT for the .: c car to bring you Sports-Car Spirit with Limousine Ride. Stop i in today!P. ; ;f i ;l

owners .will!! enter, t into the right-of-way negotia- way you .write. Come iii and select

-tions with a spirit of .cooperation that will speed your favorite :STJERBROOK: c : .
Fountain Pen: TELEGRAPH. k: '
the :
.project. on its.. way. : it )t '

"OTI(''' OP \TK\T1OV TO t U : .
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HKOISTKH KICTITIOl MIE : -t. ''

"'Room. For BothMr. undersigned Notice is hereby under given the' provisionsof that the ), : 1". SET YOURSELF __ '' ." .. {.. i '.
Chapter 20,053::, Laws of Florida : "' JP-
Arts of 1941! will register with the : -
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Clerk of the Circuit (Court in and '- !:.:ii': "
Robert arnoff, president: of .the .National 1 for Bradford County, Florida, upon 'c.. .- 7'.
BroAdcasting Co. become receipt of proof of publication of .
has .
\\a prophet of gloom this notice\ the fictitious name of : "

and doom, predicting the death of free television am Snow engaged Chevrolet in business Co.. under at which 210 '4 I. :

,if l ,/=:as-)' ue TV is even _given a trial in some t Call C. St.E.,'Snow tarkt', 1207. Florida.Plandinff' Drive- -- ,
'
'selected markets. 'We Starke, Fla., sole owner. FROM THE IOWPRICE
don'ta .
ree. It appears, Dated this 22nd day of November, ,-,

to iis that there is plenty of room for both. A.D.County. 1937 Florida.at Starke 11/22, Bradford 4t 12/13 : 3'J:


After discussing the feasibility of ,the .matter WOTICK TO 4PFIC4RSm 7', r ,
Circuit r.rt. Bradford Cantf.Florida '
for
five
.
long years, the Federal .(Communications i !. Chaarerr. ". .' : ;
.Commission has finally decided to allow interested HelenV., Miles Plaintiff, vs. John ;: .", .... ,:I' ,
Grottier Miles, Defendant. ,.. ,' .'
stations to Case No. ; *. a > ? .
; propose plans for pay-as-you-see 12-330 JV&f '
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tlr T
Appears
programs ,on a limited three-year trial basis. To: John Grother Miles, whoa ',.1
Whether any stations will be residence and address is: 7 Centre ,f
willing to
gamble Street, n ston. Massachusetts. ,
on such a basis remains to be seen. You are hereby'notified that -ft ,
null for divorce, care, .custody T,9
and control of minor child a r'y
The main purpose of pay, TV: is to give the has been filed against you In the
viewers abcve named Court and: cause and
choice
of programs that are not now be- you are required to serve cOJ>yor ..

(nR offered<.l because networks do not believe they Complaint tour answer on the or Plaintiffs pleading to the !

have a wide enough audience Attorney William Morgan:: ,50 7
anneal to be worth Clark Building\ Jacksonville 2,
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the investment. Florida.
and file fie orlglI\allr. the office of ,
the ClArk of the Circuit Court nor A
Doubtless there are millions of people in all before the 9 day of December.
'
t
1957; otherwise the allegatlpn .of
parts of the nation who do not find television ad laid Compalnt will ,be taken .a,

vertising objectionable. They listen to the three'or :onfesoed This notice by you.shall J>e published ; a .?i.. f

four minutes in every half hour given once kaeh week fer four consecutive
over to I weeks In the Bradford County ,Tel :
commercials and seem to consider it a fair bar egraph. M..x $- 'A
gain in exchange for the Dated this 6 day .of Nov, ,195 7. s -
entertainment. On the OFFICIAL( SEAL) %LMQ (
\:other hand, there are many people who would[ Charles A. Darby ". '' .. -* fp
I Clerk of the circuit Court : ; : .
prefer to pay afee for their television programs By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ,Cler .; '.

and skip the commercials. These people would 11/8 4t 11/!! ''- .

like to see current Broadway plays, hear opera _\01"'JTO VlorldaMatatm(n' Fa)1T0It8. ,, .. z ._ This"is the year to make the easy step up to The Big M. ahead in style. And Mercury '58 offers you revolutionary _T ,
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direct from the Metropolitan, and many other I.Bradford hr Court til the county Jadge, ;' .And what 'a wonderful new world_ 'of; driving you'll new driving aids like the amazing Cool-Power ,
Coiiaty, Florida.In --
programs< that, do not have sufficient mass appeal Probate :_ :,,:ij. discover:, Mercury" "IJ58' gives 'you' the"road-jripping : :Marauder engines, self adjusting brakes, new MercO1 : "
to '' In rf'; Estate of J. \V. Andrews, Jr.. ; .
warrant a' commercial: sponsor.. These Deceased. ..} I: 'control. of aYsports:: car- 'and the smooth, quiet ride 'of a Ma tic Keyboard Controls, new autooiatlc power &'

are ,the people who are bored t6 tears To All (Creditor and Perauss Havittjj -, w .1. '
by free luz
'stands'
Iimouane.
television's almost ('Ial.. or Deaiaadti. Agalait i Mercury 58 beautifully lubrication, a Speed-limit Safety Monitor and many, : '
'uninterrupted diet of crime, Said .K.t te. .t'apart from ra1r-otlierS appearahcdi -; It has the1 fresh these be :,
All
westerns, and acrobatic dance numbers. You and each of you are hereby many more. can yours in The Big M.. t.
notified and required to present .. "* new seal t-hnt3 eSigiPieferted by:those""who stay Come in and pick favorite c'
any claims 'and demands which if1'' ';', .... your today.SPORTSCAR.
There is plenty of room for both free and paid you, or either of ;you, -may have .' "

television and the FCC is to be commended forgiving against J, \V. the Andrews.estate Jr.of, '

the latter a ,chance to show what it can do. deceased the County, late Judge of said!cf'''County Rradford, to I .19"58 M'EnI't'R M,*, .10.'-U SPIRIT. '

County, at his :office In 'the court I ) T WITH
LIMOUSINE
r .. house of laid County ,at Stark : \ .' RIDEr
tl 's '
Florida within eight calendar i1fi ,' : .
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'J THE JJRADFORD.COUNTY TELEGRAPH. publication months from of the notice.time Each of the claim-firs .,Don't}miss the big* *television hit,/THE ED SULLIVAN: S HOW," Sunday evening, 8:00 ,to 9:00 s.tati \V1IBt..W

or demands shall be in writing, and __ ?3 .JL* **J Jft S'' f f iC "
EST.FLORIDA'S 16'' shall !
state the place of residence'and
OLDEST* WEEKLY NEW* post office' address of the i ar. l' ;
l I ?APE 'J'!J LI.Hm CONTINOUSLY claimant, and shall be sworn toby' 1
the .claimant, his his RIPF'MIReURY
agent. attorney
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UNDO TMC BAM JUAfTHCAO.AND and any such claim or'dernan : C. : .MOmRSd :

W JRIDAY CMTOICD AS SECOND CLAM not .so filed shall be void. ; : .
t YALa, ArlTfU.o 'JC.[ >T.CtAMKC.\n.OKlOA s/ \eli R. Andrews, a. admin-. .. .
UMDEB Istratrir 1fIt "': .II ._, ..
of the J .
> Estate'of J. t
.: .1 ,JDIt43ck+ L' '! Vf JUulrgws, 'Jiw deceased. Court & Jeffersea' #:: Starke .Florida f

,First, publicationNovember .II..Ui6i.: ; 'Phone
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l' ......y..1 Jacksonville visited the Vernie Jacksonville were here on Wed-, Smithy) McLeod of Melrose will covering is in bad condition and' as is able, to be up for short intervals started visiting ,Fred Lang. Not- -, roared. In a'few minutes! it roared

Padgetts on Sunday. nesday to see A. H. Harley, Sr. regret to learn that she fell and it is almost impossible to pass the but is far from well. Jt so long ago Daisy would hear I again -- and,ajrijn. 'F nnr shots-
Mr. and Mrs..James Wilkersonand Mr. and Mrs. Landon Griffisof broke her hip and is a patient in health inspection with the floor seems that flu has served thee something in the pecan trees by(and four coons! The fifth coon
family of Jacksonville visitedMr. Jacksonville visited Mr. and St. Vincent's Hospital. Mfcw as' it is. Miss Murch, the com- ,,eld folks very badly. the house every night, but didn't | took warning and made a get-
and Mrs. Andrew Wilkersonand Mrs. Levin Griffis and the R. H. Enza Blanchard and Mrs. Joyce munity nurse,, was present and On Saturday, Nov., 30, R rv. go ,see what it was. One night i!away. This all happened in about
f t Aj Mn. Joyce,T. ]PatchAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AA family on Friday.Mr. Wheelers during the weekend.The Futch visited her there on Sun- gave us some important informa- Rowell "will preach for us and after they had gone to bed their 15:>> minutes, and I consider it a
tion concerning the health of our Saturday, Dec. 7, will be'our nsg- son-in-law, Winton Parrish and {pretty good catch for one night.
and Mrs. Ollie Pick and Ed Drubans had as guests day afternoon. children. ular sing. On Saturday, Dec. 14, some other fellows came in, Fred Looks like we will have to get
Mrs. G. W. Roberts was at- Ronald were abiding to bu!a- during the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr.s Cecil Dobbs and The County Council met at the Melvin Watson will be our preac her got out of bed to let them in, and busy or Fred is going to leave uS
tending to business in Deland ness! in Jacksonville on Saturday.Mr. Boyette of Valdosta, Ga. and Mr. family of,Jacksonville were Sun- Clay Hill school on Nov. VI, and so you can,see we_ are well heard something outside, decidedtc so far in the shade that we won't
from Tuesday until Thursday. and Mrs. Harley Waldronof and Mrs. Raymond. Williams of day dinner guests of Mr. and the next regular PTA me*.Jng will booked for future services.We get his old 10-guage gun and ( know we have ever _been the
Marvin Warren of Jacksonvillewas Jacksonville were weekend Jacksonville Mrs. Walter Wilkinson. be held Dec. 10.at 7 o'clock. All have been trying to tell jnm I'go investigate. He hadn't been "greatest" hunter in: this i .neck of
here on Saturday for a visit guests of his parents, Mr. and Misses Bettie and Gloria Craw- The J. C. Prevatt family of I parents with children in school the news now this is common .out very long until the old gun the woods or have we?
'with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Robert Waldron. ford of Jacksonville visited their Ocala spent Saturday with Mr. plan to attend. gossip! The coons have quit coin !
J. E. Warren. Misses Patricia and Judy Pad- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack and Mrs. Carl Prevatt I Mr' and. Mrs. Blanchard who ing to see this correspondent and That's Our BusinessIf
I Crawford, last weekend. The live In the North, are spending -
The Lawtey Senior 4-H Girls gett went the weekend with Mr. Mr. and Mrs Fred Moore hadas
Club held their monthly meetingat and Mrs. Frank Bell in Maxville. family carried them back on guests during the weekend their vacation In their cabin at It's Glass We Have It!

the Lawtey Jr. High cafeteriaon Mann Griffis was admitted as Sunday afternoon and visited their son-in-law, Wesley Thomas,] Clay Hill.Jimmie. CALL WRITE or VISIT
Monday, Nov. 25th, with a patient in Lake Butler Hos- another daughter, Mrs. Irwin of Hendersonville, N. C. and Mr. Lang is in Tampa and
Lynn Perint,:president in charge. pital last Monday. Muse, and son and Mrs. Billy Torode of. Gaines-. we understand he will work tfiere Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR
this
winter.
Friends of Wilmot and .
Starling vin
Joy Ann Starling had charge of Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffis and .
the devotional. A report was sons' visited -Mr and Mrs. Monk Sam Tyler will regret to learn Guests at the services In the Mrs. Ruben Mosley has' peen I "NEED
both in confined to the hospital, for treat- ANY GLASS
that
patients
they are
given concerning the outcome of : Barton in Macclenny on Sunday. First Baptist Church on Sunday LIQUID OR TABLETS
Bradford ment for a nervous condition, and We Design Modern Store Fronts
Hospital.
County
the Girls 4-H ptojects at the Guests of Mrs. Mae Wells and were Mrs. Arnold Smith of Buf- '
County Fair and Northwest Mrs. Martha Bales and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crews falo, N. Y., Mrs. L. E. Eisermanof we wish her a speedy recovery. DOES MORE TO STO Just Mail Us A Pattern for

Florda Fair. Two new members ters on Sunday were Mrs. Ruth had as Sunday guests Mr. and Lakeland.Rev. and Mrs. J. F. with Barney us in'Thomas Sunday School was able, but to be COLDS MISERIES BECAUSEIT r Table Tops
Dora ,Lee Carter Effie Mae Green Mrs. E. Padgett and Mr. and Conway of Jacksonville, Mrs. was HAS MORE I FIL 2-4353
and Vera Mae Barthlow, Mrs. very hoarse and had difficulty in 666 II.I 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesvlle, Fla. Phone >
Crews, joined the organizationat and daughter of Middleburg, Mrs. Marklee Padgett and son Charlie Mosley and son, of talking. He said that Mrs. Thorn- YOU CAN RelY ON
this time. Glenn Moore of Heilbronn and of Clay Hill. Highland, and Mr. and Mrs. J. -
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly at- Volley Browning of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt Hoyt of Youngstown, Ohio. Rev. I I !
I
tended the Bradford County Mrs. Mamie Futch visited Mr. and daughter of Jacksonville vis- Conway delivered,the message of ::I:1-:1 .
Chamber of Commerce annual and Mrs. Martin Barton in Mac- ited the Wilbur Bell family on the morning.- :I I: Serve With
Banquet in Starke on Thursday cleny on Friday. Saturday evening.Mr. Mr. and,Mrs. O.,J. Phillips and'
night: A bridal shower for Mrs. and Mrs. Johnny Crews of Mr.' and Mrs. Coleman Phillipsof I Ocean Spray i

Mr. and Mrs. John Alford and Daniel Massey was given by Mrs. Jacksonville were Sunday dinner Waldo 'visited Mr and Mrs. I I
Murray Harvey of Macclenny L. P. Rafuse, Mrs. Edward Mas- guests of the Guy Futch family. Leslie Phillips and sons in Callahan -
spent last week with Mrs. Mike sey, and Mrs. Mattie Carter at Mrs. Mattie Carter and family on Friday. CRANBERRYSAUCE ,
Futch and Floyd. the Rafuse home on Friday had as guests during the week- Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sheetz
afternoon. After playing several end Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Carterof and Wendell Griffin of Jackson- I
Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Larry King were, in Campbelland Gaines- games and the opening of the Clay Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Nick ville visited Rev. and Mrs. E. P. / /
ville gifts, delicious refreshments were Pope, and Mrt. Robert Meyersand Sheetz on Sunday evening.:
on Sunday for visit with :
a served to the following ladies: of Jacksonville.Mr. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Williamson. daughter Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and .
O. J. Anders Mrs. Sam
Miss Becky Sue Thompson of Mrs. and Mrs. L.' S. Tanner and Billy were Sunday dinner guestsof
James Waters, Mrs.
Mrs.
the State Farm was the Sunday Hicks family had as weekend guestsMr. Mr. and Mrs. James AndersIn
dinner guest of Miss Carol Jean Floyd Bennett, Mrs. Charley and Mrs. Bill Zack of Daytona Palatka.Mr. -
Bowen, Mrs. Carl Griffis, and 1-lb'canl9c\
Mosley.Mr. Mrs. Tanner and daughtersand and Mrs. Simeon Phillipsand
and Mrs. J. D. Davis and Mrs.:Miss Bill Martie Dixon.Bales and her Mrs. Zack visited Mr. and daughter, and Miss Debbie
family and Miss Jean Davis of Mrs. Marhta Bales visited Mrs. G. L. Sapp at Heilbronn on Phillips visited the O. J. Phillips
mother Sunday afternoon. Mrs. L C. family .
on Sunday.Mr.
Buddy Thomas in Bradford Smith of Starke, and the Johnny C
and Mrs. Dan W; Starling,
County Hospital on Sunday ,Bennett family of the State HENS 1.1 TOMS'
-
GAY'SHome afternoon. the Edwin Starlings, Mr. and v
Farm also visited the Tanners
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith and weekend. Mrs. H. T. Markham and familyof

AppliancesYour family of Marietta spent Sunday during the Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. \lOto 14 Ib j 14 to 20 Ib
with the Ernest Raulersons. Mr.and Doyle Starling and family of
Guests of the D. G. Wilkersonsand Mrs. Margaret Kelly visited Mr. I Miami spent last week in. the Average Average J
Friendly Miss Gloria Anderson duringthe and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson at New Scrub near Ocala

Norge Dealer weekend were Mr. and Mrs. River last Sunday. Mrs. Lou Norman of Heilbronnwas LB LB -
Paul Bennett and
: and Mrs.
Mr.
R. J. Cornwall and family of the Wednesday overnight
NQRGE APPLIANCES Jacksonville, and the H. R. Bar- daughters, visited the George guest of her sister, Mrs. Mary

ratts of the State Farm. Kerseys in Starke last Saturday Reddish. BROILER SIZE to 8we/* '*
MAYTAG WASHERS Mrs. Clarence Mosley and fam- evening. Blanchard was a Mra Walter Wilkison and > 49!
ily of Jacksonville visited her Miss Enza Mrs.
Troy Bennett visited Mr.
.
Jacksonville
COLEMAN HEATERS and ,Mr. and Mrs. Dave Tanner business visitor to
parents and Mrs. Merrill Jones in Flora-
FLOOR FURNACESWe on Thursday. Her sister, Arthur- Dressed and Drawn.. ,
on Saturday.The home on Thursday.Mrs. .

Service All' :Makes as Friday Rowell night Prevatt guefis family Mr. had and ine afternoon, brought and her visited home with in her the Arthur Pearce invited a I TENDER URGE HENS b 41 "Super-Right"; Short Shank

Of Appliances Mrs. Ernest Southerland of Lake father A. M. Blanchard.Mrs. few guests to her home on Sat- !
Joyce Futch was attend- urday evening to help her hus- FULLY
Butler and on Sunday Mrs. Elsie
Phone 10 in Green Cove band, Arthur, celebrate his birth-
Rigdon and family of Jackson- ing to business and Drawn

Starke Florida ville.Nelson Springs on of Saturday.Mrs. 'John (Aunt were day anniversary.Mr. and Mrs Those Fred present Moore, i LARGE '
of Friends rozF FAT 1
Blocker and sons
r_ ant Mr.,and Reddish Mrs.Rev Troy E.Bennett P. Sheetz, Bry-, CAPONS: S 1 S9c COOKED CAMSSwifts

, t and Mr. and Mrs, Ivery. Thompson. ..
Premium Boneless Skinless Cooked


Futch Mr.daughter on were and Sunday.Mrs.visiting and Josle.Mrs."in .,JackSonville Starlingand .R.".,.H.-> CANNED HAMS. 4-' Ib" can $$499; Pound 49c -


,
R. H. McCauley of Daytona -

spent the weekend here with his Jane. Parker Prepared

t: family.The D. J. Lukes of Starke vis- BREAD.LOAF '
STUFFING
ited the St. Clair Griffis familyon
:
Saturday evening.Mr. .
and Mrs. 0. J. Phillipswere
ANNGELATIN


\ ry condition see in Mrs.Jacksonville Is Phillips'greatly doctor.'on Improved.Tuesdayto Her S STUFFING ilY MIX '. 8-023Gc DESSERTS

h Mr. and Mrs., Charles Mosleyand
son of Highland were Sun- IIYELY
day dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Lonnie Teston.

I Mrs. L. H. Hill and Harold Cooked To,Perfection! A&P Fancy 2 1 LB. CANS

Pearce visited the R. P. Jones .

family in., Fernandina, during the

1 1I weekend.The WSCS of the Methodist

I Church met with Mrs. Hermie

Kelly on Tuesday evening." APPLE SAUCE 25A&P

Mrs. R. E. Lee, Mrs. P. L.
t.
Dinkins, Mrs. H. C. Wainwright, j
and Mrs Ed Whelan, Mrs. A.

I / / + H. Harley, Mrs. Lonnie Futch
k and Mrs. Dorothy Ross of Starke

met on Wednesday afternoon at .
'
the home of Mrs. Effie Miner Our Quality I
Finest
for their Home DemonstrationClub Whole 2. 1 LB. CANS

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meeting. Miss Ross demon-


,t tJ4i$144.95 Trees.strated Mr. and the making Mrs. Horace of Christmas Cox of C


Jacksonville were Sunday supper .
TINY
,, Dinkins.guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. L BEETS" 23

,, New Orthophonlc High HdtBty lecord.." ietroi."- Mrs. J. O. Pons and family of
Hear the FUtUre SOUnd $f."o op a Ptay.r.MahogonyfWjhhow+ .(mopl/ oak, Tallahassee were weekend guestsof
i walnut or black mink finbta available) Model l ST166.of.Hlg .
h' Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish.
Fidelity now '
;I Mrs. G. W. Roberts was at-
tending to business in
Jacksonville
Yog" ,
'never heard anything like ft- E SPEAKERS-3 IN EACH UNIT
Stereophonic Sound by RCA Victor! So on Monday.

real, you can pick out the instruments.Also NEW CERAMIC MICROPHONE SPEED, OPERATION, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Miner
} enjoy the built-in single-track tape and sons of Jacksonville, were Rea I
recorder. Come in for. a demonstration! Sunday dinner guests of ,his
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A shower was held at the Clay

Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Hill Church last Friday night at 11 rde29 CRISP LETTUCE I .

: 'Fully Equipped Dependable 7:30 o'clock for Mr. and Mrs.aUl (I
Charles Lang whose house and

All Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S furnishings and clothing were destroyed 2 Heads fig

by' fire Sunday ,r
,- Nov. 10. Although mOrning"1, O RIPE BANANAS '
RADIO & TV I' -- - (1
." .. suffered a great blow, these young
t people want to set up housekeeping .t torts
INMAN GREEN, Owner again and with the help of

TV = Radio .- Seat Covers Upholstering do others so. they may soon be able' to Per Pound )lOc 'iii ''I'IL J.

The Clay Hill PTA met Tuesday -
7 .
Starke Fla.
Phone 239 night, Nov. '12, with 20 mem- t Starke Florida
n' bers present. The meeting time
gr Color T.Headquarters was changed from. 7:30 to 7 ;

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PAGE FOUR! BRADFORD COUNTY:TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29,, 1957 B
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: Levy. Canova. Jn Weds Donna ,Rae Killinger Shower Honors Presbyterian Men GARDEN CLUB


t I In Double Ring Ceremony In_ GainesvillerLwL Mrs. Guy Dyal Hold Supper MeetingThe We wish to thank members of

--- 1 Mrs. Guy Dyal of Green 'Cove Men of the First Prcsby- the Starke Garden Club for the

: Springs,; the former Pam Lawsonof terian Church held their regular beautiful seasonal table decorations

1 4tet4J ___ Starke, ,a recent .,bride, was monthly supper meeting in the at the annual Chamber of
honored with a. lovely bridal pwmbly hall of the Sunday Commerce banquet Thursday

shower ,Monday evening in, the school buiWinjr Wednesday, Nov, flight of l lart week. We know
. Gladys Mooty Starke Woman'a'Club. Hostesses Mr. and Mri. Joel R. Smith of 20 that much time and effort went
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-- -- S .4 for the affair were Mrs. V. V. Jacksonville announce the birth KoJJowJns th! Mi' > *', nay mu th<** flower arrangements

Bridal Couple Mrs. Young Shows 3 ;- ; Hazen, Mrs. J. W. Ritch, Mrs. of a daughter Beverly Jane on Taylor prfiMe J over the bwf wtildi avMed so much to the suc-

I I Dave. Paulk, Mrs., ,Jesse New- Nov. 25 In St. Vincent' HonpiUl. ness meetlnj A cowmllt wa <.*. i/f wr banquet We feel that

HonoredMr. Corsage Making Art some, Mrs. Hogen Smith Mrs. B. Mrs. Smith is the former! Louise! ippolntfd to work with tM 1',**,. this 1* jiiat an/xhr example Of

At Garden ClubMrs. Emanuel, Mrs. Jack Edwards, Adkins of Hampton. dent in pri-pmtJ/m/ for filing 0, tM mtty ways In which: this

and Mrs. Levy A. Canova _w and Mrs. ,Chester Wise. Bradford County Hospital an- 1D.VJ Application for Cut I'a/fc ]>t Sr. entertained at a lovely din- t flounces the following birth: t t# m':" Mr town and
Jessie Young, presidentof ., '; The club house waS decoratedwith W7, ..ponWrrd'tJfntJy >r thltn
ner party last Friday evening at Starke Garden Club, demon- I : ': artistic arrangements of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Broka of \ of the Church and the VStrm tfJHhty fr/r .UutWe places in
the Hotel Thomas. Gainesville, t: Keystone Heights, a daughter, wbJdl l<* Wf. W* t/mirn the
strated, the art of corsage mak- "< : ._-<<. ...:-1 yellow .and white chrysanthemums *n of the Church. A nwilnatinif I
honoring their son. Levy Canova ',;,- .;; "-' ;"'. ft : Christine Mary, Nov. 22. Carton CJwb wj ft> entire
ing at the Club's November meet- ... 'w placed at vantage points ""ommlttf was appointed In recommend -i protUM -
.Jr. and Miss Donna Rae Killinger .A '., t- Mr. and Mnv Charles said *. tfc
Richard r* fo8jr fctautiwrk -
officer for the l fI 4-9
Ing on Monday evening in St. throughout. The tea table was !
following their wedding re- *. ti j white cutwork Bush of Gainesville a son. Char- term. titatlrm it W *kSrylng on.
Mark's Parish house. overlaid with
a
't
hearsal. : les Richard Bush Jr. .- ./, li, H4ThfI.M
Nov. 22. PssiidentCb.kMte1
All the members took part in cloth and centered'with an arrangement Th program consLnte/1 of a ;

The Thanksgiving motif was the corsage making, using live. 'i. .i: of the same flowers. discussion frf project for 1&57, of CMtMfl*

attractively carried out in the I artificial. dried and Christmas k r'; t1J Flanking the arrangement ,were vYvvvvvmvYYvvypryYyrIII'CHLAND The troop derided to encourage U'Mr.XTUt':

table decorations with miniature materials. The program was in __ silver candelabra holding burning : rhurch attendance and also endorsed M'A

turkey place cards designatingthe I charge of Mrs. P. T. Nolin, pro- "t L yellow tapers Silver, trays held plan for the December The : JWArtt Ktemftttry PTA

seating arrangement. Beau- gram chairman.Mrs. decorated cakes mints and nuts. meeting. Each man present will will Mkt T*## I. Le. Z. at 7:30

tiful arrangements of chrysan- Young presided over the A silver punch bowl centeringthe Uj Mrs. Laey. NormaaA4A&4AAAAAALLAAAAAAAAAA be responsible for bringing a3uest pnt In tte J3rfc.fUry School

themums centered the table and business meeting and Miss Clara pu ch table was surrounded or another member to that tafetitrltf/n.
mantel. Leaman, who had the devotional, with greenery, interspersed with, meeting; The pastor led thia' dU- I

l led the group in a Thanksgivinghymn yellow pompoms.Mrs. Edwin Griffis of South Florida "usion, and pointed out variou
the 27 attending the
Among
dinner were members of the accompanied by Mrs. Garl Ritch greeted guests at spent the weekend here with his 'ocal projects that the Men of Aluminum

bridal Mathews at the piano. Mrs. the door and presented them to wife and mother, Gloria and Cal- the Church had endorsed or had
party and their dates and
escorts.' Young gave a report on the recent the receiving line composed of lie Griffis. married out as an organization.The .

Dstrict! meeting and Miss the honoree her mother. Mrs..M. Mr. and Mrs., Raymond Griffis meeting was closed with PAINT

Assisting the host and hostess Leaman gave a report on the L. Lawson, and Mrs. Emanuel. end daughter, Bernice, of New ''he Lord's Prayer.,

were Mrs. T. J. Alderman and Conservation program at Camp Misses Pattie Lawson and Joan River and Mrs. R. C., Griffis of

Mrs. J. J. Canova.Executive O'Leno last month.. Mrs. Young Furlong presided, at the punchbowl Lawtey visited the Lacey Normans Cub Pack 307Cub

i gave, idear on how each membercan Misses Sylvia Paulk" and one day last week. j $6',98GAL.
Board raise $10 this year toward ::7 Judy,Dankel assisted in.serving, ,Mr. and Mrs. Burton Caruthersof Pack 307 h-eld its regular

the Garden Center building. and Mrs. Chester Wise was in Jacksonville spent .Sunday with monthly meeting on Thursday, ,
The executive board of the Miss Dorothy Ross won the The First Methodist Church of with 'pastel yellow flowers: and charge. .ofv.the gift table.1'he Mrs. Ruth Marr. Nov. 21, in the assembly hall BUY 1 GET 1 FREE
Gainesville was the setting for a reei leaves on the ornamental Dock Norman of Jacksonville of the
First
Starke Woman's Club will meet door prize, a cactus plant. > .hostesses s presented Mra. Presbyterian Church. BUY 5 GET 5 FREE

Wednesday afternoon. Dee. 4, at The December meeting will beautiful wedding on Saturday separation.s' between the tiers of Dyal with .the water, pitcher in spent Saturday' afternoon with Virgil .Jordan presided in the absence NO LIMIT
afternoon November 23 when th cake. Silver candelabra with friends and relatives here.
held Dec. 30 instead as a of Cubmaster Ray Taylor.
be Monday, her chosen crystal pattern
4:30: o'clock in the club house. : of Dec. 23, with the board meetIng Hiss Donna Rae Killinger exchanged burning yellow tapers at each memento, of ,the occasion.. Lacey Norman has returned Awards were presented to several Mary Carter

i a half hour before the regular vows with Levy Alvarez 'nd of -the table 'completed' the Approximately 75' guests enjoyed from a hunting trip in South Flor- Cub Scouts, and a discussion Paint Store

meeting.Pie Canova, Jr. Officiating at the arrangement- this delightful affair. ida, and brought hOme a nice 8- of finances,and the 1958 charter

and coffeee were served four o'clock double ring cere- The punch table was overlaidin ,, point buck. followed. Refreshments were 214 N. \\' 13th St.

PARK by the hostesses, Mrs. F. B. mony wa Dr. Kenneth Rogers. keeping'' with the bride's 'Set Mr. Oilman of New York City, served by Den 1. Following the Ph. FR 67588Gainesville
Dinner-Dance the
Beard, Mrs. Garl Mathews and The bride is the daughter of table 'and was centered< with a owner of all St. Mary's prop- refreshments, a film, supplied by Fla.

w STARKE THEATR.FLA.' Mrs. Lex Green during the social Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Beverly crystal candelabra with white For Junior Women'The. erty, was in our community recently Den 3, entitled -'Irish Children"; .

hour. Gllinger of Gainesville, and the tapers at the base of which timberlands.We looking. at the cows and 'vaa shown. .,-",',-' -, -- '._ '.-- -p, .- -i:::.
bridegroom is the son of Mr. and were flowers and prisma falling Social Committee of the I
have, a, good attendance in
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday WSCSThe Mrs. Levy Alvarez Ca ova, Sr. below. Punch bowls were placedat Junior Woman's Club will en-
Methodist our Sunday School. The Intermediates -
December 1, 2, 3 of Starke. each end of the table. tertain with a semi-formal buffet
won the banner for three
DOUBLE FEATURE Methodist W. S. C. S. met The church altar was lovely Cutting the cake were Mrs. G. -dinner dance for members and I Sundays. The teachers. of that This

Walk The Proud LandIN Tuesday morning of 'last weekin with a backgiound of palms against W. Weseman, Mrs. J. M. Free their husbands or dates on Sat- class are Sister Lois Chism and

TECHNICOLOR the Sanctuary for their busi- which stood 'branched man, Mrs. K. S. McMullen and urday, Dec. :7, at 7:30 p. m. at Bro. Winfred Wilkinson. Bring the

Audio ness and program meeting.Mrs. candelabra with yellow tapers, Mrs. Paige Pinnell. Presiding, at the Club House. children to Sunday School. Theyare
Starring Murphy E. K. Perryman presidedin and four large baskets: of yellow the punch bowl were Mrs. Louis Mra J. D. Warren is servingas always.welcome.

And : the absence of the president gladioli, chrysanthemums, and Kuiter, Mrs. John Owen, Mra F. .chairman, assisted by Mrs.S. Mr..: and Mrs. Floyd Normanand

The Girl Can't Help It Mrs. C. D. Williams, and Mrs. jompoms. Family pews were I S. Jamison and Mrs. Kenneth G, ,Denmark and Mrs. Vernon Evelyn Mosley of Jacksonville -

With Tom Ewell, Jayne Mansfield T. H. Slade opened the meeting marked with yellow ribbons and Black. Greeting the guests at I Silcox. Mrs. Ned Yancey' 'is in were weekend guests of the

and Edward OJBrien with prayer. After a short busi- green leaves.As the door were Mrs. Joseph R. charge of the music and floorshow L. M. Normans. DO YOUR SHOPPING

Plus Color Cartoon for Kids. ness session an interesting the guests assembled a Beckenbach, and Mrs. Ernest I ; Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, Jr.,

program on "Student Work" was program of nuptial music ,was Burch and inviting the guests decorations; and Mrs. James Funeral
Wed. Thurs. Dec. Mrs. Waldo, register in the bride's book was I Groover, Cokes.Reservations Service
4,5 given by Mrs. C. 1.,. Scholl and presented by Selden .. ,
DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. Slade. organist, and Miss Gay Rice vo Mrs. J. R. Greenman. Little Miss must be made by

Mesa Of Lost WomenWith calist. Judy Weseman and Master Gary Monday Dec. 2 with Mrs. T. C. Held' Tuesday AT

I George Canova served his Weseman, nephew and niece of Hazen, Jr. Ph. 322-J or Mrs. R. <-
Jackie Coogan and Richard the bride miniature bagsof B. Cauffman Ph. 684-L. For.H. HOMEOne
Travis HAVE brother as, best man. Ushers passed u, D. May
YOUR were David Canova, brother of rice on silver trays. The

ANDf WATER the bridegroom, George L. Pat- bride's book was kept by Misses Supper Is Planned
Horace
Drew May, 69yearold ( of a series of timely messages
Lost ContinentCesar PIPES Sherry O'Barr, Donna Lambert,
L ten, T. J. Alderman Jr. and Ed-
Romero i.1 CHECKED die Canova of, Gainesville, all Kay Pittman, and Sally Bingham. By Junior-Women resident of Hampton, died telling why, more than ever before -
1 Sunday afternoon in Starke
Plus "Color Cartoon 1 1 NQW FOR cousins of the groom, and Don After spending some time with ,a this Christmas you should do your shop-
hospital after a brief illnero.
;. The Junior Woman's Club will
%1."
o WINTER MacCIellan and Tom McClane of their guests the newlyweds left ping at HOME!)
hold its December meeting Monday Mr. May was born at LaCrosseon ..
Frl Sat. Dec. 6 7 Gainesville. on a wedding trip to South
"
Installation and ServiceOf ; Dec. 2, \\ith.a buffet supperat Jan. U, 1888, the son of the
DOUBLE FEATURE Attending the bride as maidof Florida and will be at home to
All Types the club House at 7:45 p. m. late William and Annice Drawdy
honor was Miss! Edith Lou their friends after Dec. 1 at 111S.
KILLER LEOPARDStarring Thirteen new members will be May. He was a retired merchant.
Plumbing & Heating Killinger, and matron of honor W. 12th St., Gainesville. The
honored. Surviving are his wife, Mrs.
Johnny' Sheffield a* was Mrs. Warner W, Weseman, bride chose for traveling a two
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Mae
"Bomba" GNANN sisters of the bride. Bridesmaidswere piece costume suit of ,ming blue ,Mrs. P. ,G. ,Felo, is chairmanof Hagan May of Hampton;
one daughter, Mrs. Wilma Lambert -
AND Miss Linda Black, Miss faille crepe trimmed'with black arrangements, assisted by
PLUMBING CO. Mrs. D. L. Thomas Silver Spring, Md.; three .
REPRISALWith Judy Burch and Miss Mickey velveteen. Black accsaories and Mrs. James ,
118 Court Street Whittinpslow. the orchid from her wedding Iroover_Mrs. Glenn Conner, Mrs.C. sons, Claude E. May, Hampton;

Guy Madison, Felicia Farr, I The attendants wore identical bouquet complemented her out- P. Cowen Mrs. Ray Taylor, Roscoe V. May, Hyattsville, Md., ?.
rnd Kathryn Grant PHONE 514-J Mrs. W. S. McAliley and Mrs. and Wilson F. May, Gainesville;
Plus Serial Chap. 2, and Color gowns of emerald green velve- fit.The Elden Mathews.c two brothers Fred May, La-
Night Call Collect 2896 teen in ballerina length. They bride Is a graduate ,of
Cartoon for Kids. Crosse two half brothers
Percy
A musical program follow ;
will
P. K. School
wore matching headbands, and Yonge Laboratory
Keystone Heights the business With Moody, Palatka and Herman
carried bouquets of croton leaves in Gainesville and .is now a senior meeting, Miss
Louise Stern in charge.. Moody, LaCrosse; one half sister -
fashioned in a narrow line from in the college of Education at k r
Mrs. Jewell Waldo-
,
circle of yellow the University of Florida and ,is Eddy ,
a chrysanthemums
and wings of golden doing intern teaching at Stephen First Baptist WMU nine grandchildren, and three

FOR SALE -. BARGAIN PRICES wheat, interspersed with nut- Foster Elementary School. Dur- Holds great grandchildren. ,, ., -
Book
Funeral
services held in
brown acorns. ing high school she was activein StudyThe were i if

McCormick Hammer Mill used part of one season only, The bride, given in marriage Keydettes Club, ThespianClub the Rock Primitive Baptist 44 :
W. M.
U. of the Church Brooker
First near Tuesday
at half of cost price. Chevrolet panel truck, one ton, by her father, selected a beauti- and Little Women.- At the Baptist Church ,
she held a mission afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev
good condition. International K-6, long wheel base; ful gown of ivory white bridal University is a member of book study on "Continent in P. H. Moody, Rev. H. L. Moody
the Delta Gamma social sororityand
Good motor and tires. Tile 4 in. about satin fashioned with a curving Commotion
Drainage a member of Kappa Delta Pi in Africa' -given by and Rev. W. H. Eddy officiating
sweetheart neckline outlined
2,000. .. with seed pearl embroidery 'in honorary Education fraternity, I Mrs. John Maguire of Jacksonville I Interment was in the family plotin

of which she is president. In her on .Tuesday evening. Rock Cemetery with DeWittC.
blossom design. The bodice -
FLORIDA NARCISSUS FARM orange, basque design, formed a Junior year at the Universityshe Dinner preceded the book Jones in charge of arrange-
study with
Doctor's Inlet, Fla. Phone Orange Park CO 4-8281 point front and back and the was secretary of the Inter- approximatey 100 at- ments.
tending. Active pallbearers were Don- S. G. Denmark and Kenneth
long sleeves were buttoned at fraternity Student Religious As Grider of The
the pointed cuffs over the hands. sociation. In September of this nie Hugh Crawford, John Eddy John H. Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke.

The full skirt fell from- the year ehe was awarded'"the ,KateV. WSCS Circles Meet Jack Eddy, Foster Lott, Robert

waistline to a chapel train. Her Woffard scholarship for her Cutchens and Robert Cox.
The fable of the shopper who.searched
NOTICEEFFECTIVE outstanding academic work, personal Circles of the Methodist WSCS and
fingertip veil of imported silk
searched and
SEARCHED
!
illua'on' was held to her head integrity and (evidence of will meet next week as follows: ,

with a headpiece of lace and future success as a teacher, Circle 1, Tuesday morning at I ,_ .. ____. _'
DECEMBER 1
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satin trimmed with pearls. Her The .bridegroom is a graduateof 10 o'clock in the home of :Mrs.. i Once upon a time there was a shopper who

TilE PRICE OF MILK WILL ADVANCEONE only jewelry was, a strand of Bradford County High School, Robert Green with Mrs. Hogan' With\\ wanted a certain article and, without think

CENT PER QUART pearls, a gift of ,the bridegroom. where he was active in the band, Smith as co-hostess. ToGive' ing, she took off on a search. She jumpedinto

She carried a bouquet similar receiving the l Arion Music Award Circle 2 Monday afternoon at her ear and drove to one big city, then

to ,that of her attendants except :for outstanding ability. He was 3 ,o'clock in the fctaie of 'Mrs. QvrAw1rk another; and finally, after traveling
using a white orchid with a a member of Beta Club. HiY.anir.h ., W. H. NoUm n, 228 W. Madison many,
TilE NEW PRICE WILL BE miles and expending
many a great: deal of
throat surrounded Club and Chancellor of st.
yellow by
the Honor Court. He is also a time, money, and ,energy, she found.il.:!! -
Homogenized Pasteurized28c yellow roses. Circle, Monday afternoon at .
Mrs. Killinger chose for herdaurhterta student at the. University of'lorida 3 o'clock in the with

per Qt. 26c, per Qt. wedding a dress .of where he is a member of Mrs. Donald Kokomoor parsonage as hos I Not long afterward, while shopping'at a

mink brown crepe complimentedwith the Gamma Sigma Epsilon hon teas. local store she happened to see the very article -

dark brown accessories, anda orary chemistry fraternity, anda that had cost her' so dearly.
Thumping
student affiliate of American 1' W
purple _orchid corsage. UDC her head regretfully she
GRAVES HOME DAIRY Chemical Society. Meeting tried to console
Mrs. Canova, mother of the herself
by saying I .
: guess they're ask-
those
Starke
Among from at-
bridegroom, was attired in a The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. ing more for it than I paid in the
b Starke, Fla. dress of sapphire blue velvet tending the wedding and reception city. But
with Navy t blue accessories anda were: Mr. and Mrs. G. D.. C. will meet Wednesday,, ( on checking the price she regretfully-

I corsage of talisman roses. 1.,. Patten, Mrs O. 1.,. Beasley, afternoon,'Dec. 4, at. 3 b'clock in ff2WwhYaI\iil 'if. .,. ; claimed: "Alas! I paid that much for it in

Mrs. G. W. Alderman thebridegroom's Mrs. J. W Kincaid, Mrs. Steve the home of Mrs. 'Bertha Pearce ., !" the city and I have simply frayed my tires,
Thanksgiving & Weekend SPECIALSBAKED Weldon, Mrs. A. Z.. Adkins Mrs. '
maternal grand-I with Mrs. W, G. Haile as co- to say nothing of my nerves and disposi-
mother, selected a dress of W. B. Sewell Mrs. K. G. Dun- hostess. Blazing DiamondsSd tion.

TURKEY CRANBERRY SAUCE French blue crepe .and' wore .a. can, Mrs. R. F._ D rnorest Mr. t ._ 5 i 14 Kt Gold
DRESSINGST. of and Mrs. Oscar Crosby Mr, and NIl imes $200

MARK'S FRIED FISH AND FISH ROE corsage A reception sweetheart was held roses.immediately Mrs. P. T. NoUn Mr. and Mrs. Methodist Church .t BUDCET T MS.TW To which the local store man said: "May

in J. W. Furlong and daughter .EXCLUSIVE. ** pattDt.cI I suggest that next time, instead of getting
the
FRIED CHICKEN: VEAL CUTLETS following wedding -&..on.Ge. letting makes the
9:45
COUNTRY FRIED STEAK AND OTHER'MEATS the Church Fellowship Hall Joan, Mrs. Edna Hutchinson Church School ,.-for all center diamond look 90% lorjtrt into your car and running off in all diree.
BnffimH"' Feature Lock
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EIGHT VEGETABLES TO CHOOSE FROM which was attractively decorated Mrs. Leola Roberts and son, Per- ages.. '. .. Diamond Rings stay in perfect tions, you check your home town merchants

for the occasion with palms and man Mrs. Curtis Malone, Mrs. 11:00. -,Morning. Worship. position for because Lasting They Loveliness.Lock Together "- first. You will be surprised to find that in
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,SALADS DESSERT TEA COFFEE and Willie Mae Denton Mrs. F. J: Sec these glonoutly beautiful ttngt
of
baskets 6:15 theM
yellow gladioli 'Dine- -Mit 'for almost instance
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Pell m, Mrs. W. B.; Mundy, Mrs : today! SPECIALLY PIICEO NOWI! every you can buy the same
mums. Y.. F. a.bel.v u.ua TUIIM LOM14. .IIIc article right here at home where
Guy Sale Mr and Mrs. your local
ALL YOU CAN EAT 97C The bride's table was overlaid Jerry O :
with a white satin cloth with Gay Mrs..W. 'IL Hart, Mrs., Dave 6:45 M. Y., F. Business ,' merchants, your local institutions, and even

Children 48c and 63cHerb's the sides draped with white nylon Paulk Mrs. Lucille Davis' and Meeting Worship for Intermediateand yourself will benefit from the expenditure

tulle caught at points with white Mrs. Ewell Lawson. ; Mrs. T. ,J Senior Groups. of your shopping dollars. Try it this Christ

satin" bows ,and miniature wed- Alderman and ,Mrs. Bynum Perkins ':30 _. EveningWorship.. 'BULLINGTONStudio mas and see!"
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Drive Inn & CafeteriaRegular ding bells. Centering the ttble ,of Hampton. SOur Morning Worship'is broadcast -

the wedding cake '
was resting
on THE RIGHT POINT r Station and Gift Shop
for' theect over WRGR every
Restaurant and Drive Inn Service a white satin ruffle and topped ,
favorite 1130 TRY STARKE STORES FIRSTI
your ESTEBBBOOK Sunday at til noon.
with bells and mini !
11:00 A.M. TO 1:00 A.M. wedding a Phone. 265 Slarke, Fla ,
ature bride and groom. The cake tray you write. Come in aad'teFoontaia t 'You' are welcome to come, and

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V r".R.r ( Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and Paul Kaufmann underwent Dr. and :Mrs: O. L. Haynes, Jr. Completes Course E'xs Memorial ..a ." > ti a

1 softs. Holt and, .1 1\1WY, of VidaJia -: appendectomy in Bradford! County -' and family and -Mrs.. John Anderson I II suit for l>Ut ic.., ,Jnnr.a. ihl'd, .. study

. .1.1f \Qa.- are. JJ nfing she. _weekend ,\ f J 9SPilBl'cui; Monday, ,and is : and 'son; Johnny are; Specialists 2c Vernie,E. Thorn The Stalk .Elks Lodge Sunday, has iuid been cjipff.filed jit against,i .yoo; In the
with ,Dr. and Mrs. J. W, getting ,along nicely.. i. pending Tuesday to Sunday i in ton _of" Starke recently graduated: will join with ;Elks from _Ocali, I aUo\e named Court, rand Cffnse and

f Brownlee and son, Jimmy. Mrs..' A. F. Sauls spent Decatur, ,Ga, where, .the Haynes from,the welder-blacksmith course Green Cove Springs ,and Gtinl's-I I i.f you! vnnr arerequired answer or to 11ftrodlng0 serve( a copy that

'Ii i .SK-2 and,Mrs.: Joseph'N. Belche Thanksgiving, 'with her 'son-in- family will visit Mr. and Mrs.' at the' Army's Ordnance School, I ville 'in the annual complaint, on the Plaintiffs Attorney FlorIda -

I Peneacola" ,are weekend, guestsof law and daughter, Mr. and' Mrs. George H.. Stevenson arid Mr. Aberdeen' Proving 'Ground, Md.j;j'vice conducted by Elks Clubs over J Title* lI:*ph Building K. Skipper Jacksonville 221 -

: iN E NErrs 1 their parents, .:Mr. and }{rs. Ernest. Renner: in Gainesville. and Mrs. D. G_ Scott 'while the The eight-week :course included', !I the country.J. !. Florid the 'original In the officeof
file
: J J. ,G. Caldwell. --. and Mr. and Mrs.A. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Tipping of Anderson will visit 'Mr.' and instruction in the forging and D. Doyle, Exalted Ruler of and the Clerk of the Circuit Courton
1 C. Belche at'the State Farm f Mrs. Leslie ]I before the
_L_ _... Jacksonville were Sunday afternoon Biggs. the 'Starke lodge said that the or
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''' welding of metal for use of December, 197;
I' Mr. and Mrs. L.( K. Whiteheadand I visitors of Mr. and Mrs. N. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barks-' parts 30 day the allegations or said
Mrs. Paul Wilyoung and chil Mrs. L. D. Green returned Sat- family are ,.pending the B. Roser, Jr. dale and family, Mr. and :Mrs C. ,in repairing military equipment I program will begin at .2:30: p.m. otherwise Complaint will be taken as convert -
dren of St.. Petersburg and Mr. urday from Alachua General Lola'Mott and the public is invited. ft' by you. '
weekend at Cedar Key. Mrs., C. H. Quick was visiting G. Barksdale and: 'Mrs. Specialist Thornton is the son,I This notice shall be published
and Mrs. D. .E. Adams of Jack- Hospital where she was confined Mice: : Goldwire underwent Mr.; and Mrs. J. W. Jones in.. 'spent Thanksgiving with I of Mr. ,and Mrs. C. Thornton of once each week for four consecutive -
sonville were weekend guests of the past two weeks. in j I DTIO: TO weeks in the Bradford. County.
\PPfan
surgery Tuesday at ,Bradford Lake City last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W Home Route 1, Lake Butler. '
:Mrs. Carrie Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile and I I" : He is a:In 'in-lit ('our'. Bradford Counlf, Telegraph.\
County ,Hospital. ,Mr. and ,Mrs. H. E. :Bradley Hampton.. graduate of Bradford ';i l-'InrMnt In Chnnrrrj.Karleen '. Dated this 26 day'of Noveinber,
':Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hillendahlgave .family: of Miami are spending\ :Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Raulersonof and family' spent Thanksgivingday Mrs. H. G. Bollinger and High School Keiland Guy Plaintiff, *'s. 1957.
Tuesday the Thanksgiving weekend with and entered the Army 'in 1919. John H. Guy, Defendant. a dinner party Gainesville and Robert Mr. spending this week ,
are
Kelly with her parents, ,and daughters Case. Xo. 12-451 Charles A. Darby .
evening celebrating their 16th Mrs. W. G. Haile. of U. of F. ire Thanksgiving Mrs. O. M. Johnson in Valdosta. with; her parents, "Airs. J. 0, His! wife, Gwendolyn, lives at 1323. police To Appear Clerk of the Circuit r.ourt.By
and a Mr. and Mrs. L D Vining are I I I To John )t. whose Marian L. Crosby; Deputy Clerk
: Guy residenceand
.wedding anniversary, guests of their parents, Mr. and Hallmark Christmas Cards, Winters in Greenville Ohio and Searing St. in Starke. 1l9 \t
address (Is: :240 Drake Street,
housewarming for their new spending Thanksgiving, with Mr. I Mrs. J, R. Kelly. Wallets: Stationery)', and ,Bibles Dr:. and Mrs.. F. E. Bollinger in -. .::.-
home. Ten guests enjoyed the and Mrs. J..C. Vining in Deland. Ohio. =- =
Mr. and Mrs. lW. Lance with name imprinted. One day Delphoa -

affair. I Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Reddish and daughter, Babs, of New, Orleans service( at Builinston's's Mrs. John Love Wilkes has returned i't
Davis Gass tt is confined to had as Thanksgiving day guestsMr.
: are, spending the ,long ,Col. Leroy .Mundroff of San to the home of her sister
his home with the flu. and Mrs David Reid and weekend in Demopolis, Ala. .visiting Bernadino, Call!.'spent the week- Mrs; A. Z. Adkins, after spending SHOP AT HOME
Silcox is getting of Jacksonville and Mr. and
Mrs. Lacy son Mr., and Mrs. Billy Burbank', end with his brother and sister-\ a month with her son-in-law,
well be expectedin Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Carpenterand
along as as can in-law, Mr.. and Mrs. R.. E. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. F. .

St. Vincent's hospital where James Vickery of Starke. Jr.Mr. and Mrs. George Hugginsand dorff, and father, J., E Mun-I H. Evans: and family. in! Coral 1 l'' 1 SAVE
she is confined with pneumonia. Mrs. Carrie Ward spent MONEY AND DUE
family .spent Thanksgiving They were joined on Gables.
:Mr. and Mrs. John Deas and I Thanksiving with her nephew with Mrs. S. M. Jeffords in Higb their sisters: and, families, Mr.. is fii
McDowall, and family in Misri Elaine: Sykes spendingthe .
family of Lake City are spending Harry and Mrs. H. Mrs.
Springs. 'E. ,King, and
weekend with her. grandparents -
the long weekend with her Barents in Jacksonville.Mrs. Rev.. and 'Mrs. .Donald .Koko- William Oliver.of St Petersburg.Mr. >tr. and Mrs. Dan Harris -, Ir Koch Has Jacksonville Prices and Less

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. T. J. Gnttm, Mrs. Carrie I' moor and :family were ,Thanksgiving and Mrs. Gar! Mathews in Jacksonville., J
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Mrs. E. M. Hazen of Brooker stitch and Miss Annie Darby ,will quests of Dr. and Mrs.: T." have as Thanksgiving guests Mr. ,

spent the' past week with Mr. have _as ,Sunday dinner guests M. 'Brill in Gainesville.Mr. .and lorr Virgil Mathews of :I Tech Glen University McClane will of spend Georgia the; ; Use Our Lay-Away Plan for Xmas

and Mrs. V. V. Hazen and Mr.: >lr. and Mrs. James Darby ,of .and Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Atlantic Beach: Bruce Mathewsof \t : re pry fLucky
weekend with his grandparents,
and Mrs. M. F Hazen. Tampa Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan St. ,Augustine' ; were. Sunday visi- Gainesville, -Mr.- .and ''Mrs., : Bill Mr., and Mrs. G. B., Flynn, ,Sr.Mrs. ;w' :'o' -
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perry- and son, Harold, of Ovieda, tors of their daughter, biro Tyler Flink of Jacksonville, and Mr

man spent Thursday: to Mondayin Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza Jones;, and; family. 'nd Mrs: Lo _Mathews:\ and son Nita Dyal visited her bro- I

Atlanta where they attendedthe son CUff, and daughter. Miss !1r. and ,;Mrs. ,W. T. Jackson of Starke. ther-in-law Truby Dyal in the Wins! g' a

FloridaGeorgia'Tech football Gloria,, Jpnnst of Jacksonville, and family, were In Williston for Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Lake City VA hospital last Saturday Coupon
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game. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ritch and Thanksgiving as the guest of had as Thanksgiving day guests t '.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and children of Hialeah Dr. and Mrs. Mr, and .Mrs. Frank, Weaver.. Mr. and:\ Mrs.E.. L. Middletonand \Trs. Martha Gonzalez. _has _returned '

Mr. and JIfs. Randal Chitty were T. G,, Ritch and, children, Mr. I I .Mr. and Mrs. John. F. Garrettof Mrs ,W. Q. Dowling of to the home of her son- ,34-Prece C03IPIETELINE'OF!

.in, Gainesville: Sunday to attend and, Mrs. H.. C. Brown, Mr. and Petersburg Va. are making.- : Melbourne, Mr. and Mrs. J. A..Budd. n-law and daughter,, Mr.. and .

fi birthday dinner<<; for Mis.V.. H. Mrs Charley Johns and daughter their home with Mrs. A. W. Red- Jr. and children- of- Jack- Mrs. Ernest Phillips, after three American FlyerFREIGHT House and Tree
Tenly. Markleyann, and Mr. and ,grave. sonville, and Mr.:: and Mrs. E. L months visit with friends and

Mrs. Jerome Johns of Starke. Mrs! Bertha Pearce spent last Matthews and daughters.Mr. relatives in North Carolina and I 'TRAIN SET.Here's

Dewayne Elder came home weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ed- and Mrs, Tony Gonzalez Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs Phillipsand DecorationsTree

from South Georgia College on ward Ensor in Jacksonville, and spent: ,last weekend ,in Tampa Mrs Gonzalez spent Thanksgiving \ -
> Saturday after'receiving\ Joot and is spending Thanksgiving; with with Mrs.% Lena Gonzalez and ) with, Mrs. Rosa. -Phillips, .all you do Just 'come to our, store, sign a ,coupOn

FLORIDATHEATRE leg injuries in last Friday night's another daughter, Mrs. Mary family and"'Mi.' 'and"Mrs. L. B. in Lake City. and place; it in ballot box. NO BOX .TOPS! t

: football game. He is also confined -" Lane, also in Jacksonville.Mr. Johnson in Webster.Mr. Mrs. J. R. Kite is spending the NOTHING 'TO BUY. NO- STRINGS TO THIS OFFER!

with flu. He was accompanied and Mrs. Henry Godwinare and Mrs. W. D. Sexton long weekend in Tallahassee and

home by Malcolm Ears of spending Wednesday to Sunday and children of Decatur Ga. are ,Pelham; Ga. with friends and COME IN AND REGISTER TODAY!

E E'SATUHnA Ef South Georgia, who spent the in Atlanta with Mr. and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Calvin relatives.Mr. .

weekend with the Elders. Mrs. O.< J. Edward They were Johns from Wednesday to -.Sun- : and Mrs. G. C. White of

:Mrs. J. W. Jackson and daugher accompanied by John Godwin day.Mr. Tallahassee were weekend guestsof I Record Players

Hilda, and Mrs. J. E. Deanof who stopped off in Griffin; Ga. and Mrs. A. E. McKinneywere Mrs. G. ,W. Alderman and attended Swiss Movement

Y., NOV. 30 Baconton, Ga. and Miss Joanne to visit Mrs. W. J. Chandler ,and in ,Palatka on Sunday visiting the Killinger-Canova wed- -

,BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Slade and Charles Sawyerof Mrs. H. W. Montgomery.Mrs Mra J. G. Millican. Mrs. ding on ,Saturday., Mrs. Alderman I I Light Sets

Emory University are B. J. Bowden accompanied iflllican; spent Thanksiving day .will ,also, have as guests this .

"LAW OF THE Thanksgiving i weekend guests of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. with the McKinneys. ,weekend :Mr, and Mrs, James. f,7 Wrist Watches 79c and up

'L SH" Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Sr. I and Mrs. Herbert Bitter, back to Mrs. Bette Jreen left Wednes- Otto of ,Bay. Pines. t
day of last week -for'Maeon. ,Ga. ./ .
and in Bloomfield N. J.
t Mr. and Mrs. F. F Stump their home Mr. and Mrs. E. W. 'Mathews, r.

Starring lash Lallue daughter Lillian, spent Wednesday where sHfe will reside. Mrs. Bow- aftr spending ten days with {r.1 I' Sr..and son, Jack, of Cordele, Qa.spent 1' 19.95 ---. Christmas Light
i and 'I p;) ,
Mrs. D.Vining
And night with Mr. and Mrs. den's address is now 125 Park- ] the weekend with Mr. and ,

William H. Thompson, Jr. and view Drive, Bloomfield, N. J, Students home for the Thanksgiving Mrs Mathews: Jr. ." 9,95 Bulbs 5c, & upChristmas
in Monticello and Thurs Tom Jackson. Billy and Jimmy : weekend ,include: Joanne
family
rwoMANIPUIUC Mr' and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix of a
day with Mr. and :Mrs. John Dowling Lynda and Beverly Slade, from'Emory, University; Waycross'Ga. and Milton Dill _of and upGuaranteed
Ochlocknee. Ga. and advisor B. .;E.' Ginger Jones from St. Vincent'sNursing '
Griffin in Chapman Tree
THEY AI.MOSTI Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Costello, members of the Presby- School; Carol Jennings Jacksonville their spent, Mr.Thanksgivingwith and Mrs. PLAYS 78 45 33 /2

Wilmington, Dela. and Mrs. D. terian Senior High Fellowship, and. i Lu Green from Brenau Col- parents R.P.M.
Stands 79c
LYNCHED f J P. Dill. -
Frances landrum from : t .
lege;
C. Forehand of Alabany, Ga. are visited the Jacksonville Zoo on j
> RE PICTURE *" "' Thanksgiving weekend guests of Sunday afternoon.Mr. ,Brenau Academy; Jackie Colley, Miss: Margaret Rose Duncanof CHILDREN'SRECORD
LiuinrinrimMlJUlJTrni MffiB tt8B60fl6fTtBflRflff Jackie Hobbs, Nancy Bates,' the University of Georgia,_ .
Col. and :Mrs. T. T. Long. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthyand
Plus "Hoo Bop" Cartoon and Jerome Edwards, Douglas,, Nolin, Athens, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Meis- Lt. Col and Mrs. J. A. Grif- PLAYER CLOCK RADIOS 24.95
Chapter No. 13 Serial. ter are Thanksgiving weekend fin spent Thanksgiving; .in the '"Bobbie Jean-, Oakes and ,'AgnesLawson i K. T. ;Duncan of Atlanta are -
from FSU;; RoddyStruth .spending the Thanksgiving week-
guests of Mrs. Meister's parents Scrub.W. With Case
Sunday Monday; Tuesday returned Sat- i from Young Harris Colege end with their parents, Mr. and
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. MciLendon H. Nollman ,
; Kathy Struth and Betty Mrs. K. G. ..Duncan.Mr. FREE TRUCK DELIVERY PRESCRIPhJ
December 1, 2 in Orlando.Mr. 'urday from St. ,Luke's Hospital) nr -
confined the past .Ann Simmons from St. Joseph's and .:Mrs: ,W. B. Sewell 9
where he was
and Mrs. B. T. Thomas, Mr.
mil A MICHIHII'S SIBIIPAULNB The Nollman's had Academy; and Jan Mundorff. visited Mr. and Mrs J. O. Sewell TIONS CALLED FOR & DELIVERED.I I
weeks.
two
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and Mra. Lavern Outlaw, ; .
from and family'in J Jacksonville .on' "
( Mr. and Oglethorpe University, -
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r Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas ,and as Thanksgiving guests ,
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Red-, Thanksgiving afternoon. I
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families are spending the week Mis. W. ,B. Boyd and son Billy
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VN r L end in the Scrub. of St. Petersburg.. v dish, Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Green ,Sunday afternoon' : ,visitors at
Reddishand
Hallmark Christmas Cards Betty Lou Harris was visitingher and Mr. 'and Mrs. Dolph the home of ,Mr. .and Mrs. J. T.
THEYsari Bibles brother Jerry Harris at family spent the weekendat Quigley included .Mrs. Jennie
Wallets, Stationer, and _
With name imprinted. One day Georgia: Tech from Saturday: ,to Cedar Key. Thornquest, Mrs. .Gertrude Gar- KOCH DRUG STORE
:Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr.
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service at Bullington's.Mrs. Wednesday when the two returnto land, Mrs. Lottie, Wallace S Mrs.
SI11\1O1S for the :Thanksgiving and family are spending ,Wednesday Lois Diddell, and Sam' Johnson,
JEAN Starke _
Grace Kimbler Jones is '
to with Mr. and
Sunday all of Jacksonville; Rev. and
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holiday with parents jMr PHONE
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JOAN F01'f iNE a patient in Alachua General and Mrs. Charles J. ,Harris., Mrs. R. N. Hardy and Mr: and Mrs. Walter Zvoda of Ashville, .
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"PIPER LAURIE Hospital, where she underwent Dr.and Mrs. R. S- Mllllinsand,, Mrs. Lamar Crosby at Pompano- N. C.,. 'and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil

surgery. Beach. Melton, of Gainesville. -
family are in Ocala for Thanksgiving =
from M-G-M .Ui CINEMASCOPEPlus I I .. .
with their: parents, I;tdr.I --- ,

"Barbecue Brawl" Cartoon and. Mrs. L. T. Izler and Mr.t and -.

.Mrs. G. W. Mullins.\ Dr. ,Mujlins : *
.- will return on Friday while, his FREER FREE *

Tues.. Wed -1)ec. 3: iAIG NEEDMONEY family ,remains in Ocala until! '.- .,
DOUBLE: FEATURE; { Sunday,, -


I WAS A fourth Robin birthday Mullins anniversary celebrated'iis,'oW: ,14 FT. B. G. SPECIAL BOAT ,

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Tuesday afternoon with a partyfor : '

( TEENAGEWEREWOLF 12 little friends. ," .; ,
Gerry Mooty will celebrate: her '.' .AT;

FOR THOSE eighth birthday Friday wif.l:

I theatre party for seven of her r, "f "
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.friends. .
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......... (jour chftlce) will ,Iw f'r'.ei! | by- : -
.. 'or.Ii. the Church of Jesus .Christ, ,of j .f
Latter Pty Saints at the .Elementary -
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t.trMat h uterus tNI[ .Iltetltf Mats fill"I'. .School: Cafejorium j i between .
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.lair IItIiDWI UEa and on De. .6.Mr. .
Wff PicDlr,U UU1CU IKUDUT1DUI[ riCIStt I 5$0; 7:30 } _
and ,Mrs.: Charlie Wiggins __

AND ? and children: ,of ,Stockton, Ga. I R -R
Mr. and
of
,were Sunday, visitors ; :
1 I e Mrs., L.. D. yming., The Vintags-: _

t 1 also had as visitors Monday to _

Wednesday, 'Mr. and MrsWalter. :
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1 .:Timmerman, of Stockton, Ga. .f E 4 E

LOANS }..1.ra.ld\ Mrs! John A. Tqrode t< -J
and family.. Mrs Pauline TorodeiMr. :

,.d tfo'I and lrs. W. E. Tqrode of it.

Starke: ,and! Dr.; and Mrs. Frank ,

Kilgo! of _Macclenny, were in, the E E EZtM
TO !
I UP Scrub for Thanksgiving. .

Mrs. .R. C. Weaver ;of Miami
.is' Visiting; per -daughter, :Mrs.

mith, and family this
Hngan ,$ .
week., i t k 4y t ,
Plus Charlie Spivak and His 600 ;Mr. and Mrs X. M.. Smith and ,: .. :

%Orchestra, Musical family are. visiting .her paIfnts.Mr. > -"i: ,: lj '
and Mrs. Jerry Bolton; jn -;
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Thur., Fri. Dec. 5,6 Opalocka'Mr.: and, this_Mra. weekend.Dwight'Marshall: COMPLETE. .' WITH '-18 H.P. JOHNSON MOTOR AND MURRAY TRAILER,
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and family, of Apalacv'cola. ( are
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spending- _- '_the, __holiday weekend .
NO PURCHASE
Friendly"LOcAL NECESSARY
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"Folks Find with her parents Mr.. and ;(Mrs., .

Ben Rowland. : DRIVE IN DRIVE"IN

FINANCE Miss Barbara Spencer is Visiting :
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-her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. It r
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s.tf .E.over'Spencer the weekend., in ,Tuscaloosa' Ala. AND TTiiflTfli I I SERVICESTATION AND 4

MrSi; G. J. Perkins of Largo

i N. d COMPANY and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh and ,.REGISTERNOW

FOGYc' R f .. Mrs: R. G. Cole of Lakeland are Iffll'LISIRL R1Gs.tR;
1013 oA OAzzol' k0y St. spending 'Wednesday to Sundaywith :S I !
UONg 'ENEe 114 N. Walnut Mrs. H. L. Brownlee ,and.
M1NJMArO -
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t ?d .', ,
Phones 580 and 581 Mr": and Mrs; Donald 0.
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1us 4JUl Be Poggoned" Spec- Malian Vaughn street have lo moved the from McKinney. -Mo ip7 5 No. Temple Aye.. .U.S.. 301 1 Starke, Florida .

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Smith and family of Jackson- [ Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Brown First Christian Church

301 Landowners! ville visited Sunday with Mrs. i and family spent the day in
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,& :.. Lonnie Harris and family and' Jacksonville; Sunday with Mrs. Morning worship, 11 a.m.
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I .. .jf" : I ; Mrs. Julia Griffii. f A. B. De Cube'!!. Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor

Asked r Route "i'. ," 'i., .. '. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkinson I Miss Merle Higginbotham and Sunday School, 10 a.m.

I ..... \ A' J \ 't J, and family of Jacksonville visit. I Bed ll Morgan visited in Jacksonville Youth Churcn, T ,pjn.
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(Continued from Page One) \, 'T'' .. .... t.. .. .. with Mr. Wilkinson's parents Beach Tuesday: and Saturday Wednesday Prayer Meeting,
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Wilkinson with Mr. Morgan's mother 7:30: p.m.
0'j Mr. and Mrs. .Drew ,

and gutters Improving their prep- \ '. .....,;:.'", ..; ;, ,... ): .,:;;>::;,. .\... '. i Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Marie Morgan and family. Adult Choir practice 6:45: p.m.
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erty. ,.:1. '.' .,. ': ;' :. ;v ; and Mrs. Buddy Browning We regret that, Buford Higgin- Wednesday. .

City Feature* I j .. ....t-. .. L enjoyed Sunday dinner with Mrs. botham slipped and sprained his Ladies Council! '1st end 3rd

City Council Chairman T. C. \ ''i .. itl'i'. Browning's f&ter, Mrs. Louise back while at work last week Tuesday nigbts.Everybody

((Cliff) Hazen Jr. stated that the ,, 4 Eicheler and'son and also visited and is unable to work. welcome to each

cIty is planning to furnish these f'f' 4, 'tf" : service
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Browningand The Maxville Baptist Clrorch)
features without any additional .. ,
; lfi..8'U'- : !:; daughter while in Jackson- will hold a community Fish Fry
taxes. !pOther )4:4
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"' ; ville. at the church on Saturday Dec. St. Mark's Episcopal
questioning of the proposal "; .,1. ..., :":.l .i t ') '
'. tj : Birthday PartyOn 14. All in the community arevited
from such individuals as 'H""J
came .:". Ber.
Raymond C. MacBlalnSunday
: ,
0 man who stated that the four- '." .. .,"/ _* t ",?:t.'>0', 'I" Tuesday, Nov. 12, Mrs. Inenry' to attend.

laning will take the "cream of my | ,.{ ', l'' : }:" ; \; i i'l' Griffis entertained at her The Junior Class Play will beheld Church. School.Services-9:45: a.m.,
11:00 a.m. Morn-
,1 ; ,
property" a strip 480 feet long ; : 8 home,here with a birthday partyfor at the Baldwin School on
,"' ing Prayer and Sermon.
and. 6ft tt deep. 1 r ,,! her daughter. Diana, who Saturday night, Dec. 7. _
f : 5 old on that day. We that Mrs T. H. Edwards I Holy 'Communion-First Sunday
"Why not let people who own ,,\ was years regret 11:00 a.ra.' Third
200 or 300 acres in the county I Games were played throughout has been ill and is under 7:30 a.m. ; Sunday

throw in a couple of thousand the evening after which theIa e care of a Jacksonville physic
--. -- - -- Wednesday-7:00 p.m., Choir
dollars to help with the financ- birthday cake was cut and

,ing?" he asked. Members of the IntermediateGirl Girl Scouts And Brownies Barks!ale. ed. Those enjoying this occasion ian.Mr.. and Mrs. Ernest Wel- Bible Practice; 1:45 p.m. Litany and

Starke City Council member W. Scout Troop and the Mrs. Dehner was assisted dur- with Diana were Ronnie Cannon, Ihausen and MM, Buck and Henry -- Study.

H. Noegel suggested that the Brownie Troop received their ing the ceremony by Girl Scout' Marian and Connie }Higginboth i Evelyn and B. F. Coleman, Other meetings and services by

county repay the landowners for | membership pins in an impressive Receive Pins In Special Ceremony; Leaders; :Mrs. C. R. Tillman and am David Parrish, Donnie Coleman Linda Waters, Shirley Higginbotham announcement.

their land by deducting a certain i candlelight ceremony in.the. I Mrs. R. F Cauffman, and Susan Lucas, Randy. and Jewel North and Mary LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST

amount from their taxes annual- I Woman's Club auditorium Thursday .- Bishop, Vickie Frees, Phyllis bers. Brownies pictured above Brownie leader, Mrs. J. D. War- Barry Wilkinson Sylvia Cope- Kilgore all enjoyed music and
(presently 'meeting in
doubt that night of last week. I I Haddock land, Carolyn Strickland and singing over at Mr. and Mrs. City Hall
I Ij. Bishop expressed Darby. 2nd row: Phyllis I are: 1st row ((1-r) Betsy Mat- ren. i Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m.,
it could be done and the county' Mrs. A. H. Dehner, Girl Scout.,, Kathy Myrick, Judy Cauff- thews Following the ritual refresh- Karen, Sharon and ,Hank Grif Frank Well hausen's !and family I worship, 11, a.m..
Gerry Mooty, Beth Sc6gI -
within its 11 leader of the Gainesville Council, Dee Pa- were home Sunday afternoon.At .
still live budget. man, Walters Mary I ments served to the members -
ComplaintsOther I conducted the ritual and presented tricia Scoggins. 3rd row; Susan gins, Helen Smith and Lee Dar of both groups and their fis.We regret that Jimmy Higdon the evening service at the Evening Young people's Bible
7
complaints about the the pins and "wings" to Wiggins, :Mary Louise Haines, I by. 2nd row: Linda Rosier, Gwen parents! who were invited to the is ill and having ,to miss school Maxville Baptist Church Sunday study Wednesday, ; preaching-Bibte, 7:30.study 7:30

four-laning project concerned the the following girls who were Wanda Siemer, Cherryl Tillman, Lewis,' Betty Ann Register, and ceremony. this week. evening, Buck and Sidney Wel-! m. ,
p.
center island .and lane cutovers. promoted from Brownies to Intermediate Janet Hardy.Membership. Karen Lee. Brownieseceiving The Girl Scouts will meet this Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves I Ihausen, Jewel North and Evelyn Radio Program Station

Three prominent business: on Girl Scouts: I pins were presented pins but not'present 'when Friday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock: and daughter, Minnie, Mr. and'' Coleman sang a beautiful quar- WRGR Monday, 6:Sp a. m.

Ihe highway, F. R. Carradine and First row ((1-r) Rose :Marie ,i to first year Brownies, picture, was taken were Kathy in the Presbyterian AssemblyHall. Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, Jr. and tet. They were accompanied by,

motel owners Albeit Sappenfieldand tarling. Kay Garbett Linda !!: and Stars to second :year mem- Whitehead and Barbara Sue family, Sonny Boy Griffis and Rose Mary Wellhausen.The REVIVAL
Elroy Kight said they would Intermediate

. cooperate Andrews with and the the program.committee, Youth Draws $150 or 30 Day Penalty I Five EnlistIn .Y. 'Y..yyyy..yyyyyMAXVILLE ; to Ginger the Cannon Jacksonville all enjoyed Fair a last trip I I I r People Church of will the Maxville and Baptist Young A revival will be conducted at

meet each Thursday the Pentecostal Holiness Church
ir.embeis now plan to contact each Air Force Saturday night. \I I night at the

piopeity owner individually to j In Hit-Run Drunk Driving ConvictionA I Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves their Christmas church to practice, beginning on Sunday Dec. 1, at
program. The
work on negotiations for the piopty. :M-Sgt. William A. Fairish, Airl I visited in, Macclenny Sunday Juniors will 7:45: p.m. and continuing every
meet
: 20-year-old man was convicted i ing the unit were friends of his I I I I.Force Recruiter for the Starke J By Mn. CJ. ,B. ? olnALAAAALAAAAAALLLALAAIj with' Mr. Hargrove's aunt, Mrs. afternoon The each date Wednesday eJf the- night for three weeks.

._ I in Mayor's Court :Monday of and denied that he had created area, reported this week fivemen I f h hMr. Estelle)] Hunter, who is! convalescing Christmas program has not Conducting tne services will be

Jail Escapee hit and run driving while intoxicated any disturbance. He said that the from this section have recently at her home fr::>m an been set yet John Chiasson of Canada and

i and sentenced to a $150 ]police had no right to pick him enlisted in 'the Air Force. and Mrs. Kenneth Rhine- operation performed in St. Vin- Frank Church of Jacksonville.

fine or 30 days in jail. Understate i up because he was in bed asleep These are: dress of Maxville spent the cent's Hospital in Jacksonville. CHURCH OF
I I GOD
Nabbed Ind.
In
law his license was automatically when they arrived. A-3C Kenneth L. Parrish of weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. John and Ed Waters, Roger Sunday School 10
a. m. MornIng
Jerry Wayne Smithpeters, who i revoked for at least a year. Cases against Mrs. Loca: Nor- Brooker, presently Assigned to'' Winford Harris and family and North, Oscar Owens, Joe Pad- I Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday

escaped!! from the Bradford The youth, Leslie Gordon John-i man. the sheriffs office deputy, Tyndall AFB Fla. I Mr. and Mrs. Cephua Godwin ett:and D. J. Carter all attendedthe L Evening Service. 7:45: p. m. YPE w.cs'T.J."OFFER ( .
j son. said he had been attending a >and Mrs. Helen LeClerc and family. in
County jail on Nov. 9, was cap- resulting A-B Robert A. DeMayola: movies Starke Saturday Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m.
tured Saturday by police in (irthday celebration> in his honor i from a minor accident in front of Melrose, taking basic training at Mrs. W. A. Cannon of Palatka night. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m. UNTO GOD THANKSGIVING -

Portland, Ind., Sheriff P. D. i and been drinking quite a bit, but t the Starke Post Office ended with Lackland AFB, Tex .s. and Mrs. G. M. Beach of Hastings Mr. and Mrs. Henry Griffis LA Wiry : AND PAY THY VOWS
did not remember hitting another I Mrs. LeClerc found guilty of reckless i last Wednesday night attended the buffet and UNTO
spent
Reddish reported this week. II I A-IC Jerome F. Colley of supper I Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng THE MOST HIGH."
car. | l driving and given a suspended and Thursday visiting with Mr. showing of the 1958 Philco
PSALMS
new
Worship, 11 50:14.
Smithpeters, 19, is believed to Starke. Colley served .four years a. m. YPE Service
Officers Carl Fillyaw and sentence and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Cam 'in I
Shep Appliances Jacksonville last
I : Saturday, 7:30
with the m.
S. p.
have perfected his escape by A U. Navy prior to enlisting -
of
Tomlinson had arrested Johnsonon charge obstructing traffic ily. Tuesday night. .
hiding in the corridor while a without in the Air Force and is
a charge of sideswiping a car proper precaution which The
regular of the

group transferred of prisoners from the were bullpen being to on driven north by U.Bennie S. 301.Harris, Negro,, had Norman been, was placed dismissed.A against. Mrs. now Lackland undergoing AFB, Texas processing at Homecoming good many GameA of the Maxville Maxville i Civic Club meeting will be held Sell It Rent ft' '* Trade

individual cells and later tearinga Negro man, Arthur Full- A-3C Walter E. Taylor of people attended the football 1 on Friday night, Dec. 6, at 7:30

second story screen and leapIng Johnson Clinching the case against bright, was sentenced to a $300 Starke, a former? Air! Force game at Baldwin last Friday: o'clock. All members are urgedto
was the of
testimony a when Baldwin attend.
out. fine or 60 days in jail after being: member ;presently undergoing night won from Wlm A TELEGRAPH
woman that saw the accident. CLASSIFIED
Crescent We
are to that
City by a score of 7-6. sorry report
He was in the county jail, along found guilty of driving while In- processing at Lackland..
Johnson was not arrested until The Indians have Hershell Johns is still I
played a good suffering
with two other youths on toxicated'and driving with his A-B Eugene S. Howe of Starke ,
several hours after the incident, of football each time from infected feet and is undera
l license 'revoked.'Jimmy game but 20'WORDS
of auto The AF OR LESS, One ,
a charge theft. attending Communication Insertion (Mlalmsoi .
Ctarre _
with the policemen doctor's, ) ___ .71
finding him had been '
others. Rail Martin and Billy Jones, a Negro who was School at. Scott AFB Ill. unsuccessful in winning care. 'E.U'U'ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 :..-__,. _,.;__: 4c Pn.Weri
j I I in! bed at his home. They placed until Friday Mr. and Mrs'H. 20 DISCOUNT -
A. and
riding 'with night.. They were Sweat .% 0REPEAT
Leach, have since been sentenced Fullbright, was sentenced M.Sgt. Parrish Invites all interested INSERTIONSSAME,AD
him under arrest after finding his: especially proud to win this family visited in Baldwin Sun- 25e ADDITIONALFOH! BLIND! ADS OR ADS
to ftOT
j a $37 fine or five days P.tIDtN! ADVANCE.
to 18 months in the state prison i I young men to visit his ,
car damaged.He I I for public.intoxication.A game since it was their Home day with Mr. and Mrs. Junior ,
for the of fen. office at 121 ;E. Call 'Street.,Office .'
'I admitted that he had been coming. Goolaby. CLASSIFIED DJ1PLAY ,_L..____ 1':5' -
Sheriff Reddish said that charge of betng involved in I hours are from 12 .noon to ---- t : Per laefc First I."rtl..
driving but could not remember Mr. and Mrs. 1.00 PER INCH FOR SUrAD/ REPEATED/
to an accident which had been placed Miss Joyce Davis of Baldwin E. D. Higgin- ONE OR MOBTlMr./
3:30 .
.
papers are being prepared : : p. m. on Thursdays.
effect the return of Smith peters i the accident, he said. against Thomas H. Posney was was crowned "Homecoming, botham and children. and Mr. CARDS OF .THANK (l> To 50 'Wrds- )- _H1-__.:_ ,__'"--___ ,J.tI
i Another youth who had been dismissed when; the other party : Queen" during the half and the and' Mrs. Buford Higginbotham OVFR! 80 WORD!* ., ---u---. _-___.. 4 elM,. P.> Word -
to The
Bradford County. youthis
tiding with Johnson, Arthur Lee ir. the. crash, Franklin C. Harrelson Escapees,Receive. Baldwin School Band alao were visitors in Starke Saturday.WR'GR MEMORIALS A\D! ,RESOLUTIONS .
also wanted. tv police in Nazworth per ---- -* __, .* -..,? per
was sentenced to failed Were
pay to appear in court.
Six More MonthsTwo formed. The band has been
Michigan the sheriff said and doing
a fine of $37 or serve 7 days after Harrelson forfeited a $37 bond '
there is a chance that the Indiana -, especially good, since they have NEED .TIRES r O PINING SOON Jeffs
being convicted of intoxi- Pastry!
public Get them
of ,
en a charge following too close now pay as you ride hop, 116 S.
Walnut
Negro inmates of the been practicing only a short Rt. Full line
authorities will turn him cation. : Ask for our easy. budget terme o if quality <
and causing an accident The State i time.' 1496 K C PHONE Lacy Conway Sales and Service pastries. ''Wedding and I]
Prison The Maxville
sentenced laat 600
were boys playing birthdAY *
to of -** ** 'a
instead Nazworth
over Michigan who
not specialty tffhg
pleaded
crackup occurred at the railroad STARKE Union, Pus Station. .Starke. Fla.Uchg. j jl50
Friday by Circuit .Judge George football with the "A" team wereR. FLORIDA -
'
Bradford County. guilty, said he was asleep when' crossing on south Walnut street. HOME BAKED FRUIT CAKES

1 If the Portland police decide in Johnson's car and did not know Frank Goodwine Negro, was L., Patten to an additional six V. Durrance, Jimmy Higdon, The Music& News Stationin PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all l l light ire. or dark, 70JJ. fruits and nuts.-
Nora Smith
to :release Smithpeters to Brad. about an accident. fined $37 for disorderly conduct.He months each for -escaping from Bobby, Burnsed, Gene Johnson Starke make and model autos -. }21.95 phone 491lVOR
:!
ford County, a representative of Harris, the driver of the car'which was accused of' causing a disturbance the prison. and Harry'and Richard BelL ''I and up. Installation free tfcbg atShepherd' FOn'SALE-Reci'atered. tl'hg

the sheriffs office will have to Nazworth hit, forfeited a L in a Reno establishment. The men,' Jackree Haynes and This was the last game of the and heifers..$ Angus bulls
$107 bond for leaving the scene Phillip smith, admitted fleeing 1957 football season. MONDAY THRC FRIDAY I FOR S'LE 8 x S x 16 Concrete b aledha)'. $" up. Several. kinds
go to Indiana to bring him L E. L. Cox forfeited a $37 bonden Blocks. I8c each. FOE' yard. Mor2, Box 7*. up-J-' White Rt.
back. of accident and driving without a charge of public intoxication. last Wednesday while working Baldwin P. T. A. 6:00 Sign on and News tar Mix. Cement. Sand, Steel and 3t tp I/JI

a license. The policemen said he in in the Bradford I The regular meeting of the Aluminum Windows. Aleo read? FOR HENT-Unfnrnlshed
Smithpeters is also suspected' I James Talmadge Roland was a cane patch 6,05: Starke Wakes Up mixed concrete. Bradford Engineering l house,

of stealing an automobile owned I jumped from the car and ran after fined $12 for running a red light; County section of the prison. Baldwin P. T. A. which would 7:00 First Edition (news) To.. Phone 94. tfchg dining large livjng,room,room kitchen: large bath bedrooms., 2 large

by Mrs. Peggy Dyal in which to it was hit. but a charge of driving without They were captured Thursdayin r fall on Thanksgiving night has 7:15: Starke Wakes Up WR HAVE a new loan program for por'l1e ." .One block from Lawfy

make his escape. The car was The owner of the car, Jessie a license against him was dismissed Union County. been postponed .to Thursday 8:00: Sports: farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years p ost. pfflce. Phone Lawtey 2811

stolen on the night the youth Loftin of Atlanta, also forfeited I' after he showed the mayor "We didn't intend to run away night, Dec. 5, at 7:30 p. m. All .8:05: Starke Wakes Up for the entire credit require- tfchg
ments of the farmer and his family.
er"aped and later was found near a bond for allowing an unauthor that he had renewed his license. ," Haynes said, "but just- parents are urged to attend. 9:00: News &, Betty Grey Show Gainesville Production Credit F h ouse.RENT 4 miles-J bedroom W. furnished

the Georgia line.Completes ized person to drive. Fred Bryant pleaded guilty to started walking and kept going." Council Meeting And Party 10:00: Sweet Music Show & Association Gainesville,, Fla.CO North Main.tfchg T urn right at Clayton on Raiford Crawford Rd.1

In other 'cases, Paul Myers, rep- public intoxication and was sentenced '! Both men were trusties at the All members of the :Maxville News (hourly) mile. Willie Mae Judd. 534 W
1IadlllO"
lesentative of a law book firm, to $37 or 7 days. time. Before the new sentence Home Demonstration Club are 12:15: Second Edition (news) FOR SALE-14 In. x 15 ft. steel :2tp! 11/9

CourseSgt. was found guilty of public intoxi Joe Roberts forfeited a $52 bond I was added, Haynes had only two invited to attend the DuvalCounty 12:30. Sweet ,Music Show & culvert pipe, $1.25 ft. ALSO FOR ,SALE-Reasonable. 30 gallon
IL Building lots for sale in South g lass lined
David H. of cation and sentenced to pay $37 r on a charge of driving without a months left to serve, and Smith, Council Meeting and Vews (hourly) Gate Subdivision. Low down pay. h eater.'- I ft.table freeze top and hot, mahogany water
Montgomery or serve 5 days, ''but was found 1 1 ment. Low
license. monthly payments. reak front
Christmas party for the 13 Home 3:00: Starke Music Hall & secretary. Call 434 Y
17 had
11 months. Both
Starke recently graduated fromthe not guilty of a charge of disturb men BILL JACKSON Phone 165 c/o after'3 p.m. Itchg
Demonstration Clubs which will Sews (hourly) Central Truck Lines. tfchg
turret artillery repair course were serving time for breakingand !
the
at 'the ing peace. Pecans StolenThree entering. be held at the 4-H Park Auditorium 3:00: Mon., Bing Crosby; Tues., FOR, KEjTThreecom.. and bath
Army's Ordnance School I, law school f
"
Myers a graduate, BUT TOUR Smith Corona Silent apartment Utilities
jay Lombardo Wed., Dinah
Guy
Aberdeen in Jacksonville at 10 a. ; Portable furnisht'd. Private'
before
Proving Ground, Md. was denied a motion to dismissthe Super prices advance entrance. Phone
This ten-week hundred pounds of: m. on Dec. 30. Each person attending Shore; Thur. Frank Sinatra; Oct. 1. Lay away now for Z96-L. lira. L. D. Green. Raiford
course trains enlisted L and told
case Mayor W. T. Admit School Theft Fri., Gene Austin. Christmas. Nothing down, Dol- Road. Ztchg llfmrm. /!'
personnel to repair and rebuild Jackson that he may appeal. pecans were stolen Saturday is 'asked to bring a lar-A-Week terms.. if desired,
3:15: Mon. Glenn Miller, Tues., Bradford County Telegraph. U House m.t Bashes
mechanisms and night from produce agent J. R. donation for the Christmas baskets 'Pre,rr-
weapons on Myers had been arrested by Fill- Six Negro boys who admittedvandalizing fy Free OP .'
tanks and other combat vehicles. Wainwright's warehouse at the which will be distributedthroughout. Xaye Starr;; Wed. Lea! Brown; J.II.le H LtstiBgi
yaw and Tomlinson on complaintof t and stealing from the WHEN IN NEED OF **"**, "wwwtatlTt

Montgomery is the son of Rev. a motel operator who said thatthe Starke Farmeis' Market, Sheriff RJE school were sentenced by the county. rhur., Jo Stafford; Fri., Judy :S P..i.O.. S.Box.. 307 3 oi -_'Starke PII..., Fla.

and },h-s. E. F. Montgomery ( fLake man had made a nuisance or P. D. Reddish reported this week.: Judge T. A. Yawn in a juvenile I Little Ricky Williamson is Garland. TOP SOIL HOfcart 8-acn; : w.,4.tt

City and is a 1950 graduateof : himself in her office and laterbarged The ,.sheriff said that the hearing Mondayto terms in the I much improved following an ear 3:30: Mon., Four Freshmen; FOR SAU3-Jg.foot
FILL DIRT metal hou-
Columbia High School. He re- into a unit occupied by thieves entered by breaking or Marianna Industrial School but infection last week. Tues. Eddie Arnold; Wed., Ames trailer, I *aern'' furnished. J1.Z50.;;

bides with his wife, Theta, at 1000() I some tourists. p( sawing the lock on the front commitment was withheld on condition -I Mrs. Bernice Rhoden, 'Mrs. H. Brothers; Thurs., Sammy Kaye; ALL TYPESTRACTOR Call, 485-Y Rt. l., or Box Write 125 A.Harold Johnson -.
Starke
Powell... St. Myers said the people occupy- door. the, boys pay for the costs: A. Sweat and Sally and Elizabeth : Fri Larry Clinton. Fla.HP

U of their. damage. j' Sweat of Macclenny visited 3:45: Mon. Tommy Dorsey; WORKAND
SEE TILE NEW
Three of the boys broke into I Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tuea, Four Aces, Wed., Tommy Shepherds. RA COLOR TV tfchg at

the school 'Friday night and return Higginbotham and children. Sands; Thur. Peggy Lee; Fri. '
announcing BulldozingW. FOR SALE-n
Light 8-month
__ Saturday night with the Mrs. Dora Byrd gave a birth- Harry Belafonte. due to, lllne- .. Jose old Moreira.PulJetB -

. other three. During'their escapades da'y dinner at her home here 4:00 Mon. Gale Storm; Tues., L. THIGPEN, JR. Star Route Hampton. ftp 12/6

THE OPENING OF OUR W1 they broke out two windows Sunday, Nov. 24, for E. C. Pad quddy Morrow; Wed. Teddi Bt 2 Box 243-D- Alton B& COLLIE DOO-Male yellow, with

/ and stole about $6 in change: gett honoring his 29th birthday Ping' ; Thur.,. Frankie Laine; Fri. PHCCne 297-J white' ring around neck. Owner

and two boxes of candy, SheriffP. anniversary. Enjoying this dinner Tennessee ErniCr i I mar have -for board, advertising
and pound fee.:
Fla. \
Starke Contact
,
City Police.
ChristmasClnb ( \ D. Reddish said. ,with Mrs. Byrd and E. 4:15: Mon., Tony Bennett; ltchrFOR

I The boys' ages ranged from Ito 11 were Mrs. Ruby Durrance a'C.nd rues., Doris Day; Wed., Billy OUR TEJTTH ANNIVERSARY' RENT-Housekeeping
< Apart-
__ 15.Big. sons, R. V. and Howard, '[ay; Thur., Artie Shaw; Fri. RADIOS REPAIREDAll menL Two bedrooms. Very rea-

I Mr. and :Mrs.' J. D. Padgett and Four Lads. UiMBBble Hftfce CkircciCHA9. All-I.4I1I:raarateed I ed..onable.210 M Ught, Cherry and St.water Phone furnish-265

Demand Told,, 4:30, Mon., Fontaine Sisters;; C. SHEPHERD or 4U.J after t p.av jtchg
son.We M W. Call St. Starke Pk. m
At Pecan SaleThe are glad that little Johnny Tues., Nat King Cole; Wed., ROOM ,AtANTED-Oentleman desiring -

Higginbotham is better and 'able Vaughan Monroe; Thur., June S% PAID 0V SAVINGS KEYSTONE room with private family.
THIS CONVENIENT WEEKLY PAY : to be out again after ,spending Thristy; Fri. Jimmy Dean. 8TTE BARk KEYSTONE Garage -or parking facilities desir-
Starke State Fanners'Market : HEIGHTS. FLA.. MEMBER ed. State monthly rate. References
MENT PLAN WILL MAKE IT EASY % reported that. 12,451 three days last week in the 4:45: Mon., The Hilltoppers;; PD1C. furnished. Write P. 0. Box 82J.B,
Bradford County Hospital ""ues., Le!\* Paul & Mary Ford Bradford Co. Telegraph. 2tchg
;;
TO HAVE A MERRY CHRISTMAS \ pounds of pecans were offered FOR LF..ASEew Service Stationon
at its third sale of Girls. from Maxville attendingthe Wed., Julie London; Thur.. Billy 301 in Starke. Minimum investment. FOR REXT-Three bedroom house
the
NEXT ,YEAR. \ season ,'Jacksonville Fair last Wednesday Eckstein; Fri.! Stan Kenton. Reasonable rental. large screened porch. Quiet. deolr
last Thursday, Nov. 21., The qual- 5:00'MonJ, : Contact Mr. A. F.. Howard. Lake able neighborhood. N. .Cherry St.,
ity of the nuts "fair to morning were Patty Par- Eddie Heyw od; Putler Hy-6-2855 during the dayor Phone ZII or 279.L. Up
was rish 'and Edith Harris representing Tues. Guy Mitchell; Wed.. Elvis Route t. Box 212. Stehg'11/J9 L

We cordially invite you to use this service which is provided \V good"ceeded and the the supply demand, the faex market- the P., T. A. Shirley Higginbotham Presley;: Thur, Ray McKinley; FOR SALE-Used 17 .Inch T.V. Sets4qs WAITRESS person B & O WANTED Truck Stop.-Apply tfchg In
Bonnie Fri. lit Sh"rhr4' tt..hl!'
Padgett and Johnny Mathis.
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for the convenience of our customers and friends. reported.The different. varieties and Linda Waters, representing the 5:15 Mon.. Patt| 'Page; Tues. FOR RENT Unfurnished apart I male.WANT Please TO USE let' me pure know.bred Walter ColH* '

Girl's Athletic Association and .Jon! James; Wed... Andrew St.ers ment at CSS N. Walnut St., 3 large' i }(artl1 Rt. I, Lawtey. Up
You average prices offered rooms and bath. Also nice l<< for
were:
will be
pleasantly surprised to see how easy it is to have Moneymakers, 27 cents Ran-; Jo Ann Parrish. Peggy Smith ; Thur., Julius LaRosa' ; Fri., bnsinesa office. Redecorated In FOR KALE--125.000 board feet of
; side. Mrs. A. F. Saul!, US McMahon -
Edith Smith and<< Sandra Bror&y Lena Home. hardwood. Floyd Wiggins Newtfchg
-$25 dells, 28.6, Mix 2$"1-3; Stuart, ( St.. or phone 183W. tr..bgRE.tL Rhi'r.
.OO, $50.00 or $100.00 for Christmas shopping next 37 2-3; Seedings 24.9; Curtis, of the F. H. A. of the Baldwin 5:30 Mon.. Pat Boone; Tuea, -
ESTATEF
32 2-3; Success, 27 1-2;' Frochers High SchooL Ray Anthony; Wed. Perry all y..r Real Estate Nerds FOR I9J.93-SAL 'S?** 2l Inch TV's onlY
at
Shepherd's
December. JOIN TODAY. 38. The ,Long Branch Baptist Como: Thur. Rosemary Clooney; 8e* TV- Radio and
Church Christmas Fit HtRRT T. KLROD --JR. tfohSFURNISHED
play win be Johnny Ray.
All Deposits are Protected by Federal Deposit Insurance The next pecan auction is 218 Temple. Ave. Starkr, FU.Op .
scheduled for held on Sunday ,night, Dec. 22. 5:45Mon.: .., Glen Gray, Tues: ( .. LUtlaar ImvHrt} tfefcg APARTMENTS at reduced -
Thursday Dec. 5, monthly
rates for couples
Plan to attend.Mrs ., Eddie Fisher; Wed. Ted Heath; or'with one child.
All
ONE BEDROOM furnished -
beginning-at eonvfnvenlenee
:30'p. -
m.. Paul Garrett and children Thur., Tony Martin; Fri, Three merits for rent., Phone. 1(5 aparlI'. .. none In. W. H. Noll-
COMMUNITY STATE BANK of STARKE are moving back to Maxville Suns. Jackson. tfcng ; .man.1'- W. Madison SL Starke.tfcbf

WANTED Clean Cotton Kfm.; from, Jacksonville to make their 6:00 Third Edition (news) HOUSE FOR RENT-Inquire Unlo

,"Introducing Christmas Saving Club in Starke Florida" No Pants No Shirts, Host Be hom. .,, 6:15. The Service Show, Pan Station. tffha- 1&RlNTFurn1shed apartment

Clean. Bradford Comity Tele ,;Mr. ,and Mrs, Lacey .Bron of 6:30 What-A-Burger ,Show PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS! N e Withfhiathnt .ter. gas and elec

graph. Starke and Mr., and,. 7:55 N down payment, 11 per week.: tricity furnished. Apply at Apt !.
Mn. LtwII. : wi &; Sign., Off Bradford County Ttlelrap'U I GOt E. BrownUe. Phone 2H-R. Itpr

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SECTION TWO Bradford County TefograpK < '

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'" ----- STARKE. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29 1957\

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i
aa.nm.n.m..m.'I TTTTTTTWWTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl tives in Jacksonville.This Mrs. Fred Haislop. 'Those' enjoy
community was saddened ing the occasion were Mrs. sallie -

HAMPTON Telegraph Wins 'Best News Picture' Award: PINE LEVELMrs. last N.week A. to Conner learn of and the Mason deathof Mr.Tyson' and ,Mrs.Mrs. Earl Laura Goodman.Mosley,

H. SL McRae Elixson of Worthington Springs, Rev. and Mrs. W., E. Hall Miss
By .'n. D. EL iUll I and William Burnsed of Sanderson. Betty Ann Conner, Miss Elaine
.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaA' _". .AaAaaaaa AAt We wish to express our Crosby, Mrs. Haislop, the honor

Mrs. "- : H. H. Lewis visited his aunt, sympathy to the families. guests and members of the im
Cooper i
HostessFor
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WMU A t Mrs. Charity Glisson, at Lake Sunday dinner guests of the mediate family.Mr. .
Meeting
Eleven G\f\ Geneva last Friday. H. M. McRaes were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. V. E. Thorntonand

Ba ,tUt members WMU of attended the Hampton theme \\e. z i Mrs. Roberta Lamb, who hasb Robert Myrick and children, and children, and Mr. and Mrs.

!iftf Thursday evening, Nov. \'e.l' ren' visiting the H 'H. Lewises, Mrs. Sue Myrick, all of Starke Lavon Crosby and children, and
,f" at the home of Mrs. c. L. Ie tt Saturday ,for' a >visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and their grandparents, the H. Is!,
Cooper near Starke. t (\ ,' hei'* cousin, Mrs. Pearl, at Ocala Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae of McRaes, enjoyed,? a birthday
The program "Helping Youthto ate) befcT.re returning to her home in Starke were their guests Satur- celebration for Miss Pansy Cros-
Hear God's Call,' was pre- : ) Tampa. day night.Birthday by given recently at the homeof

aented by Mrs. Cooper, assistedby Mr.ii. Bishop Thomas and chil- CelebrationA her parents, the L. A. Crotbys.
Mrs. Charles Hicks, Mrs. Ru- dren visited her parents here birthday dinner in honor of Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall

thella Noegel, Mrs. Dick Hinson, r, 'Sunday while Mr., Thomas'' and Mra Ella Haislop was enjoyed visited their son-in-law and
Mrs. Don Hill and Mrs. Marvin parentMr.. and Mrs. Robert] last Sunday at the home of her daughter, Rev. and Mrs. J. E
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Faile. vi" .irix e Thomas1of Brooker, visited rela- son and.daughter-in-law, Mr. and Murrhee, at Billiard last week.
Mrs. J. \V. Horne will bp hos- : lp '
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ber 12, with a program on I
foreign missions by Mrs. Marvin II
Falle. '
F.a 'I
Mrs. C. I* May suffered a We
heart attack at her home in : Iii

Nov.Hampton 23, and Saturday is improving morning slow-, : w I. !! i .,

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ly General this week.Hospital She Gainesville.Mr. Is in Alachua. t. : I

and Mr. Joel R. Smith
of Jacksonville are the parents
of a daughter, Beverly Jane, II
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born Monday, Nov. 25, at St. jrx .
Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville. .t WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF I
Mrs. Smith is the former Louise
Adkins, daughter of Mr. and t
Mrs. Gerald Adkins of Hampton.Mr. : :
Kerosene Oil
and Mrs. A. G. Pope of or HeatIng
Eau Gallic visited in Hampton ;
this week with their -son-in-law ;
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- I
C 4 4t
DURING THE 1957-58 WINTER SEASON
ward Saxon, and family and saw ;

becca their new Joy. Mr.granddaughter and'Mrs.. Pope Re- R .. ,,.".. _""' ,_,,,,,*,""","t.-.j.jD""' i "''' '.. -,..' '-, v1w YOUR' TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLY

also ; ',.. -.,."- .- .
visited
their son and dau h- -#
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Beryl j j $ AND FILLED AS NEEDED I
Pope in Panama City. l
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brookins j

and family spent last weekendIn CALL JJS TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION
Cocoa: with their son, Rex,
and family.

Lauderdale Mrs. Ernest visited Hunter Sunday of Ft.in I 1 JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. 'II.

Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. "rI-
George Saxon. Mrs. Hunter is : YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS 66 JOBBER 66 .
Mr. Saxon's daughter
Mrs. Thelma Milliken of Ocala Phone 12 743 South Walnut St. ..
visited 'Mrs. T. F. Brown in
Hampton Sunday, and Mrs. A.
L. Sullivan, also of Ocala, is
spending this week with Mrs. J. S&H Green Stamps Also Given At Phillips 66 Stations

J. Brannen.

Mrs. Ed Durban of Lawtey, I

Mrs. Betty Williams of Jackson- Four awards in the annual Florida Press Associa ., .
ville, and Mrs. Idel Boyette of
tion contests were presented to the Bradford
newspaper
Valdosta, Ca. visited with Mrs.J. .
L. Williams and Russell Wil- County Telegraph at the State convention in Clearwater .

liajns Sunday, afternoon. last weekend.
Bobby Mane and his friend, of First, place for best news photo of the year went to

Dundee, visited in Hampton with the dramatic accident scene above, photographed by \ i
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.J. Sam MeGarvey and published in The Telegraph's issueof 1 rp

A. Williams, and family. January 11. It tells the tragic story of a highway
Mrs. Ola M. Perkins and Mrs. accident in which little Karen Cohen was fatally injured -
'
1". J, Alderman attended the
Canova Killinger wedding in on U. S. 301 north of Lawtey. Her distraught

Gainesville last Saturday even- father and mother are seen in background as ambulance X Y
ing. After the wedding reception, attendants bear the little girl's body away.

they visited Mrs. C. L. May in Other awards won by The Telegraph this year were:
the Gainesville hospital.Mr. 2nd place for best feature story; 2nd place for best }
and Mrs Leon Sauls mov-
coverage of agricultural news; and 3rd place among
ed last weekend from the De-
of 1,500 to 3,000 circulation for general excel + 's'sJ
papers 2x
Waters home on the main street,
to the Williamson house on Division lence. f... ,
Ave. The convention was attended by E. L. Matthews, { ". a 'ct t t t '' "NCh f c
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams editor and publisher, and Thornton L. Hartley, reporter- qy i.iS ,
and family are' spending Thanks- photographer. r
giving weekend in Jacksonvillewith
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the Arnold Haddocks.Mr. ceiving treatment in Alachua Cubs' Achievements ,, ,t
and Mrs. Albert Birt and General Hospital. I .. '. .
family of St. Petersburg were Hampton Elementary School ]Displayed At MeetingCub t f ,
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. PTA will hold its December
Ira Lester in Hampton.Mr. Scout Pack 70, met November -
meeting next Tuesday evening 1 19 in Methodist recrea- --
and Mrs. Calvin Richard
I I Dec. 3, at 7:30: p. m. in the t ion building with 65 Cubs and .

and Sue last Stewart weekend daughter all, in Toye of Hampton,Ocala and, spent Miss with school. auditorium.Mrs. Janie H. Noe. sixth and theme parents: "Achievements present. This," was month's ably s MEET ME (AND MAMA CLAUS) -

Mrs. Richard's parents, Mr. and seventh grade teacher at Hampton I carried: out by each Den having :
Elementary School, returnedto a good display of"the boy's accomplishments ,
Mrs. Gerald Adkins. All had an
classes Monday after a week'a I: during the year. I
early Thanksgiving dinner on absence due to her son's illness. As called upon, a boy at each
Sunday at the home of Mr. and table explained the articles thereon INS STARKE E
Mrs. E. M Prevatt and family. Eight new students attended and many ,awards .and gifts .
Paul Galley, missionary to Hampton Elementary School were. given. "....
Cruzeiro do Sul Acre Territory, Monday all children who had Officers and Den' Mothers for
Brazil with the formerly attended here. The four
Baptist Faith the ensuing years were announced -
Missions, will speak at morning Patterson children who withI I as follows:
services at Hampton Baptist drew several weeks ago, have Institutional Representative, W. '
ANNUAL SANTA CLAUS PARADE-
Church this Sunday. On Sunday re-entered the school. ; and four B. Thompson.
evening he will be guest speakerat Pegg children, who lived here Committee .Members: W. E.
Hope Baptist Church, Theres- several years ago, transferredback Lawson chairman; S. G. Den-
to Hampton school from mark, secretary-treasurer; Harry .
sa.Roy Birt of Gainesville la re- I :MIami. H. Rabb Jr., and X. M. Smith.

sistant Cubmaster Cubmaster, W. P., W.Callan.P. Frick.As- ; SATURDAY : DECEMBER,1 .. 9:30: AM '

/ Den Mothers: No.. 1. Mrs. J. R. .' :
U Roberta
wo Wainwright; No. 2 Mrs. \ :
M Seigler; No. 3, Mrs.' S. G. Denmark . .
MILLWORKpF* Mrs. W."H. Graham No. 5,
:Mrs.: Smith DeVoe..
THE VEQY BEST Mr. Callan and Mr. Frick will

HERE /TS have The charge attendance of Den 6 plaque(Webelos was). Bigger and Better Than Ever!

50EIVd mod' awarded to Mrs. Thompson's Den
5 to keep, since they had won it
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the most times during the year.

YOUR ) ... mothers Refreshments of Den 5.were served by FREE CANDY FOR THE KIDDIES .

L QUEST I Ii i -, .. .
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Street Lights VotedThe : SANTA WILL REMAIN ON THE STREETS AND IN THE STORES ALL DAY" '. ,_
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...;'f -- it City Council, November 19 I SATURDAY, )DEC. 7 COME TELL HIM WHAT YOU WANT FOR CHRISTMASFor ..

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between Madison street and Alligator The Convenience of Shoppers, Starke Stores Will Observe The Following Schedule During The

Creek. ,, Pre-Christmas Season
Power Supt. Riley Wasdin, recommending .
this project, said that ." Open All Wednesday Dec. 11 And ,
S AItKEa.BU1LDfRS Wednesday, Dec. 18 '
o.. at the present time this southern ;
approach many to motorists the city do is, unlightedand not real- : : Open Till 9:00 P.M. on Four Mondays Before Christmas Dec. 2, 9, 16, 23 I '

SUPPLIES ize they are entering Starke until Open Till:-'8:00; P.M. on, Fri., Dec. 20 '.- Sat., Dec. 21 Tues., Dec. 24 .
they are near the center of


e45 333ar town.way THE you RIGHT write:Come POINT In for and the select WATCH NEXT WEEK'S PAPER FOR PARADE' DAY SPECIALS!


.TOUT favorite ESTKRRROOK **s. > .
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FRIDAY, NOVE3IBER 29, 1931

tTT.............................................. tride, the former Miss Fumiko James Donnelly or Mrs. Herbert Thanksgiving dinner together.Mr. Atlanta, stopping over in CovIngton .-; t tI .

Sano were married in Nagoya, Nelson 'lor f reservations..
and Mrs. W. E. Lee were to visit friends.
In Atlanta
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Japan, on July 9. They are tem Baptist \\3if1'(2rdes lien
recent Miami visitors, attending they visited Mr. and Mrs. M. Clothing
at the home i
porarily living of the Change 'Date Of Meeting J I ALVAREZ'STORE -m
Robert Dodds Mr. Hanger's the convention of Motion Picture G. Shepard. They returned to Established 1894HERE'S
pending -
Sirs. J. The
Russell Young 'Circles of the First Bap- Exhibitors. \\l I
ait Oxford _
permanent location after Emory University and
'. .. "'''''''.&.. ..&.&''''''''''''. .. .. .. .. .. ..... .. .. ..... .. ... .....,.-.'....... ..-. .. .. having been in the service for tist Church WMU will meet on Wm. C. Haberstroh and Harry brought Bruce and Mil ;
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four years. Snyder of Williamsport, Pa. ton Starnes home for the"
LFxotic TVest Indies V&ited and
a.m. this
Ity
Friends of Mr. 'and airs. meeting will be
I John l
City. Election December 3 were visitors of the C. H. Haberslrohs ;
Thanksgiving holidays.
Local Residents followed
'By W. 111Iswill be interested in the by the regular WMU A .1
Rsv. and' }.f1'$. A. E.. Rather, marriage of their son, Donald The Town election on Deceinher meeting.- I ,A nursery will -be pro.vided. from Tuesday to Satur- A, weekend visitor at the homeof ..
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recently returned from a trip Stewart Ellis of El Dorado, Ark., aid will be for the purpose bf Circles had been scheduledto day last week. They enjoyed Rev. and Mra': J. Russell, 9 ,

which .began with a plane trip to Eleanor Cooper of Shrevep9rt, filling the,offices of Mayor, Tax meet on the first Monday. good fishing while, here on'th'eir Young was Mrs. Young's mother, OFFER THAT MAYBE
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'froin' Miami'to Jamaica on August La. Their wedding was solemnized Collector, Tax:Assessor,and Coun- A call was extended by the congregation visit.Miss Mrs. W. W. Leffmgwell of Jack ,.:. "" 1

15, (Describe: a visit to Jamaican on Saturday Nov. 9, 'in Shreve-' cilmen. to the Rev.J, R. Smith : ,Nell Parker, who has sonville. k -w.1 l OEVER CEP ED.

congregations of the Church of : port. Ralph E. Ellis 'of Baton Rep.' .Cross Speaker for PTA of, Boston, Ga. to the pastorate of been a patient for several weeks: Kay and Bruce Sunderland. A guaranteed top qualify famous Fulmer Sea Coyer. (

God, served by the Mr. Rather for I Rouge served his brotherras best y J. Emory- Cross'. ,, .Representative" the .church. A reply had not been at the Riverside Hospital in children of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. A regular $29.95 VALUE;-
]6 years, until 1953, When' he re- [man. r. and Mrs. Ellis went to fromAlachua County, and mem- received.to date. Rev. E. E. Joy- Jacksonville, left on Monday Sunderland made & fl-
'turn d to the States. They paid a | Shreveport: for the event. ber of the House of Represent ner, of the Stetson School of The morning by train for Washington a "personalappearance" WHILE THE SUPPLY LASTS $2FOR \ *', .
visit to Curacao, Netherlands [\Vsjrner-Dill tives Education Committee and the on the Pop Eye NLY
: ology was speaker last Sun D. C., Her sister Mrs. Ben-
West Indies where held Chairman of the Governor's Playhouse on TV last Monday. f
they 'The "Lutheran Cpm-
Chapel at the day. net, who has been in Jacksonvillewith
special services, visited the islandof mittee on Mental Health broughtan Kay's letter to the 'program pro- Hand ,
( University 'of Florida was the Kipvv Ynrk. Gallery Shows Miss Parker, accompaniedher tailored from Jtbpvn /y ,
Arufca. where refineries of oil setting'for the marriage of Wil- informative message, tq' the Local Artist's Work on the trip. Friends here are duced the necessary tickets.A the mli-iicIt fabric that Is free / / i ,
from'Venezuela have helped to im meeting of the Keystone Heights -,,, y/iH
ford Harrison Wagner (Keystone Miss Lewis pleased to learn that her recov feature of the game played from Uctrical shocks, warmor r r
Marguerite daughter
prove the economic condition of Heights and :Miss Susan Dill :of Elementary School PTA "on Tues- was sufficient to allow Miss between BHS and Green Cove In Winter, cooler I IK Summer, ,
'He of ,,Jess ,Lewis of Keystone ery
the native From there day evening, Nov. 19. said ,, ,
people.
Jacksonville half- > .
they went to 'Panama, attending on Friday, Nov. 15. that Florida was 'one 'of the firSt Heights, is a recognized artist in Parker to make the trip to spend last Friday, : Larry LaMee, resistant( to stains, abrasion .,, d ; '
Rev. Wilbur E. Bach, cousin,of the back senior, played his last game and
the Annual Assembly of the states in tile Union to establish; a her own right, having made the the holidays with her sister and bums. 1, t 'y.
bride
performed. the in and his brother, 3 /
ceremony transition from with his team, '
Church of 'God, and a meeting of the of close friends and Committee on Mental 'Health. He actress to artistin family. See the beautiful patterns. ,' h' -
presence
the ti4rq
fife Ministers' Association.The relatives. stressed the need for more trained ,the course of the last few years. Mrs. William Few is recuper- Bubba, a quarterback, gained 8 5i

Rathers were visiting the The wedding music was played persons to'detect and treat Alexander Dobkin, director of the ating from her recent serious most; yardage. I I .,. ;

churches and mission work ,under by a cousin of the bride, William such disorders ,especially among Living Arts Gallery, where her illness at Riverside Hospital in -.- !
the supervision of the native pastor -I],i: Saunders. children, and mentioned that there "One Man Show" will begin Dec Jacksonville. Mr. Few is movinghis C ,
and his wife. Rev. and Mrs. j| :Miss Carol Haynes was the only were only two psychologists working 1, says of her work, "original, in family to Jacksonville Dec .1 FOR DEPENDABLETermite I II AS i i !

Lindo. Mrs. Rather conducted I attendant of the bride. Her suit in Florida. We need trained triguing. Miss Lewis, after, private in order to have Mrs. Few nearer I I y ,? ,
instruction with Mr. Dobkin
training classes for Sunday School was of gray wool and her 'cor people for a guidance program in the hospital for care during her Control II I I
schools said Mr. Cross now serves as teacher-monitor in
teachers and worked with children. sage was of blue carnations. our as he convalesence. i ; ;
his classes at the .
Arts Gal-
Two months were spent in Cos- Thomas Hill spoke of the area of prevention Living EASY agti i
a
served 'as best 'man. TERMS
l She Enjoying the concert presentedby ; y; .
11 lery. won considerable acclaim ;
and of
ta Rica where they experienced The bride, who was given in I treatment. Representative Household ft Commcrdrl ,, ,
the Bureau, Univer- FREE
last Lyceum INSTALLATION '
' year when she was invited -, '
living in the native homes, and Cross urged everyone to get
Control
marriage by her father, Pest
wore a I into some Mental Health Associa- to exhibit at the ACA and sity of Florida on Thursday q,
Mrs. Rather was particularly interested steel blue
suit with white acces tion, to become educated to is invited to exhibit again this evening, were Mrs. R. L. Wat- ,
in learning how the people sories and white as Grove Spraying
corsage. I spring. Her friends 'here kins Mrs. H. C. McMaslers Mrs.
the situation, to advised and many ,
live how little they have, and The keep
bride is the
daughter ofl to educate others. extend their congratulations. Al Nelson, Mrs. J. Russell CaD FR. 660MFlorida
the fact
they realize their lim
Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Dill SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV
itations in comparison with the Jacksonville and the 'bridegroom I Mrs. Clark's room won the at Keynotes Young, Mrs. Marshall Gamble.Mr. .

many things other peoples of the i is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. tendance award. A report as to ,Mr. and Mrs. .,E.. A. Rushton and Mrs. Fred Ellis had Pest Control INMAN D. GREEN, Owner

world have. Services were held Wagner of Keystone Heights. I the receipts from the Carnival enjoyed a trip to Atlanta to see as, their guests on Sunday Mr. & Chemical Co. Phone 239 Starke, FloridaColor
in the English and Spanish languages After a wedding trip to West showed 27669. A project mentioned the Tech-Florida game. Euhe and Mrs. O. C. Gay and S. Sing- I _
with a good response. Florida they are residing in their for using part of. {his mon- Rushton is a student at Tech ley Bryant and his sister, Miss 24 N. W. 16th Ave. T.V.

After this{ experience, of service home on,Lake Brooklyn. ey was the refurnishing of, the and Miss Marilyn Rusiiton came Susie Bryant of Gainesville.Mrs. Gainesville, Florida' I Headquarters
tc the churches and the renew Howard jllarger Returns Clinic room and, installing Venetian by plane from Dallas to join the Myron Prevatt and Mrs. .

ing of acquaintances, the visiting To Keystone With Bride blinds. Donations of sheets family for the game. They had J.A.. Williams left :Monday for 4, .

'and the sightseeing the Rathers, Howard Harger, son of Mrs. and washable cotton blankets .r--

like all travelers, are glad to be, Robert Dodd recently returned were asked for also. .

back at home in Keystone. I from a two year tour of duty withthe Miss Kate Mansfield led the de BOB HOPE NEW h/OIt.t TV SALESMAN SAYS: ,
Eliis-Cooper Wedding army in Japan He and his votional. The president, A. E. r I

Anthony, presided and the speaker ,- .,:r.,,
p ,
--. was introduced by Mr. Peters. xz ,

Club Elects Officers Z.. .,
The Lake Geneva-:ticl3ae Home \,,. ,


THIS ,;. ", Demonstration following officers Club at elected their meet the "FILL YOUR HOPE CHEST"f' ..:; ,: *,. >

} k I ing on November 19: Mrs. E. I* : F,. : r
f ; Southwell, president; Mrs. Emma + .
Jt M-j il.hi' Lamoreaux, vice president; Mrs.L .

-'' '1vvww { ,!#) N. Wagner, secretary; Mrs. W. ;,A x
J. Pmon treasurer. The club met

with Mrs. C. M. King.
Rotary Speaker ; :, .' 'a. '+

DO YOUR SHOPPING Rotarians of the Keystone
Heights Club had the privilege 3' l;. r

>last:! Friday of hearing Dr. Pauline ITS FUN IT'S EASY :.:: r K.>; ,
Hilliard, Professor of Elementary
Education at the University of ., .: rr

AT HOME Florida. Dr. Hilliard gave a good .. :"
picture of what elementary edu "

cation is trying to do for children
in helping them to grow into useful '

and happy citizens. She also

(One of a series of rictured the part the home must ,.
timely messages I I t -
I _11: t1tt ; 3lrT l l't
tt'llingby, more than ever before play.This
week's Rotary program will
this Christmas you should do your stropping feature some musical numbers I ,

at 11031:1)!) furnished by Mrs. J. Russell 1 '
;
Young, violin A. A. Malmgren, i
flute and Ralph G. Copeland, pi
., ano. A brief talk on Thanksgiving -
will be given by Rev. J.

Russell Young, Chaplain of the ",

Club. > ,
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Dessert-Bridge Ilo'stes-jes ,_
A n
.,, Mrs. Norman Thompson, Mrs.
William Belote and Mrs.: MTonPrevatt

f, were joint hostesses for
+f 4 t txvo\ delightful parties held, at the i ..1 ,
Prevatt home, Thursday afternoon n f

M and e evening, Nov. 21. Arrangements i
of' fall flowers decoratedthe '

rf st rooms. Dessert was served I

a"t r+ !, ............. at the tables. .. t.
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= J ;, CHURCH NEWS .ww ,,,, ,
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ChurchWomen a a .
.i ; ;J,", Community t f .S'
of the Community. :
.D iY 1j
i. J. Church enjoyed a "Come As You
; Are" breakfast on Friday morn = +
i ing. Drivers called at the homes t --- iL".y" ,M..W.- .

,j and brought the guests "at they r ws aw.- .,
+. X t \\ere" some finding it necessaryto
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t, ,, fine for
.t pay a adding improvements

i ? to. appearances, but for the
r.t '
most part everyone, joined'in the w '


'. t fun more and hilarity breakfast each to,the carload was gTO,served p.brought A delicious by-t Plus 2 New'i -AHEAD" PLYMOUTHS every week for 9' weeks


:Mrs. Sara McDonald the president

Harry C. Elrod, Jr., general manager, and assisted by a number of the]I :

0. 0. Webb of the Elrod Furniture Co. ladies.The: Churchwomen report thatsix 450 other valuable prizes .

duffle bags were filled, weigh ,4- -.....
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-,
ing 245 Ibs. with clothing and .
We :often hear some people say Honey items for aid to people in Europeand '

Talks," but the old $5 bill in my pursed the E st. The project wasa .

esn't tell me where it's been and what it's part 'of the World Community "; 't ; 7 J .,.. ,,.

done 'since I paid it for groceries a month Day, promoted. each year by the ", 11 ., y J t \\I J
'f
,
or"soij>o. United Church Women. This material \.. e u..iJII't#

was sent to the depot for /' ,,,"' .
Church World Service in Mary Spreaclsa ,magk carpiI
It was crisp and new when I it from land.
got the The program_ and gathering .m..4. '!1 ,-" "aJ< -
bank. Now it is limp and soile$. It has and packing of the material ain as .' over bumps.

been paid again and again for goods and charge of Miss Cleva 'Cars n.. MONEY AHEAD" CONTEST '
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services in my town. And I shall spend it Rev. Ralph Felix of Syracuse, 51 EO
Ind., a winter visitor m Keystone
here again. So long as it circulates in
my
Heights, will be the speaker for
home town, it helps me and my home town the meeting of the Churchwomenof Fantastic? It's mighty near unbelievable! Go into your Plymouth Dealer's and ask'Turnfor a 't'N'" Ai .

people. the Community Church on But true-just read this: a contest blank. You don't have to be a ti .

Tuesday, Dec. 3. He will' speakon You can win$500 month for the rest of your mental giant to hoot for the big money. This :: ,

This Christmas season let's have the loyal Migrant Work, which is'of life. You can win a gleaming new "Money- contest is fun, and it's easy. I. '' I
special interest to Churchwomenin Ahead" 58 Plymouth You win other I 0
cooperation of ever' man, woman and childto Florida. The will can, You simply unscramble seven easy words and

help develop our town into a greater shopping at 7:30 and visitors meeting are begin valuable prizes. terms,-hke the one you see in the example to __ ,.. .,_ ,
cordially It's the Contest the right Then add short of '
\ Plymouth "Money-Ahead": your own version
center Give your local merchants a invited.r ANSWB ((0Ns dsewhPr.ia tut adveriiMM*}
where lifetime of financial is why you'd be ahead in 58 Plymouth.
St.'Amies security ripe money a .\ ;.. 1 ,. '
chance to sene )'ou. When volume of 6tisiHess Episcopal tirbiip. for the. taking.) l Few things, are more subBeliev. us,,there are plenty of good reasons p.
The
increases, so will variety and quantityof Auxiliary of St. Anne stantial than money, and a lot of money is you can use: Torsion-Aire, Total-Contactthe

stocks in local stores. fit Episcopal the Church will serve lunch grand prize. But this is a contest where Brakes, Silver Dart Style, Push Button =
park area adjacent to the you can.win big without hauling down first DrivingnewGoldenCommandoengulesetc. SAMPLE "MONEY-AHEAD 0

polls,on election: 'day. They, 'win_ : prize..? ..for 18,sparkling new Plymouths Unscramble oscramblebut better
This not _
Christmas not ) Christmas you
seaSon'why keep foul so'e.a
Fair at
and 450 other valuable prizes will be awarded.here's '
amble -to Plymouth' Dealer The
which articles for will be' your soon. FEATURES PUZZLE .
working for ? When gifts
money ,, you you buy in on '
local stores your money does more than get sale. There will be hand made what got tia fun starts Monday, Nov. 25.

articles, aprons etc., doll clothe s,
your merchandise. It stays in circulation
dressed dolls, home made 'cakes .
here and eventually returns to :you to be and! .many other articles: Thissale

used again. If spent in other towns, you will be continued on Saturday, f .,. .. '

kiss. it goodbye forever Kov. 7, at the Nearly! New-'Sh op. Hurry! First Weekly Contest Closes D =
when hoi: dogs, doughnuts and a I

coffee, will be served. J :
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Bridge Planned I
The Altar Society 'of St Williams t t? ,
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TRY STARK STORES FIRST! benefit Catholic card party Church in 'the.wfll recreation hold a HARDY BROTHERS_ l MOTOR COMPANY'

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29,
I I in Palatka sonville and Mr. and Mrs Bill
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Kleinmans. where from the hospital}
Mrs. Ann
"l \" .. morning. Lakeland.Les .
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy..y.y..y.y. Bigham Sr. of
and is improving.
,Jean Endicott of Gainesville gifts will be exchanged. slowly'
Vt '. y?rS3 g* >w NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED visited her grandmother last 'Mrs. G. A. Gay and 'Austin Sam Hill rand Fault Bowersof Jr. Hardee of Jacksonvilleis and
visited Wallace Parrish in Pa- Gainesville visited the H. H. visiting the Lloyd Woods

i NEWS CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy weekend.Mrs. G. B. Colson was in'Jack- latka recently. Waits and family Sunday. Bill Bighams Jr. this 'week., -

CHURCH l Ozora J. Shell sonville on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay and Elissa stefaneUi of Starke and HIWAY CHAPEL

Gynn Thomas of Delandwas sons of Jacksonville, Mr. and Jeannie Wait visited friends in
.... a..l i.A ........... I childrenof weekend. i ASSEMBLY! OF GODG.
&& &&& &.......&& & & the Saturday over-night guestof Mrs. Roscoe Parrish and Tallahassee over the '
n M. p born*, Pastor; '
I Palatka the Sunday and Pattie Bigham
:
Alfred Dukes._ were Marane
.. .. School BurglaryOn day School remarks were' node .
II. 'd '.' of the G. A. ,Gays. were the weekend guests of the School, 10 a. Morning -
guests Sunday tn.
Monday the sheriff and police by Sister Willis, assistant to president I Mrs.. Mattie. Sowells .was hostess '
Presbyterian ChurchFriday At The Tabernacle departments 'of Starke ,madea of the Mt. Sinia Missionary I at an old-fashion quilting'bee Friends of. Wallace Parrish \A. Millers iri Gainesville. I' Worship, 11 a, m. Eoai elastic -

thorough Investigation of the Department. She invites all mem- and luncheon last Wednes- will be sorry to hear that he Visitors of the Bill Bighams I II Service, 7:45 p. m., Thursday
services in the bers of various departments of the his Jr. over the weekend were Mr.I weekly prayer service.' Invita-
Adult Choir Practice The Gospel Tabernacle breaking-in and entering day. Those attending were Mrs. was injured while working on (

8 p. m. this week center around the RJE school building. The windowwas Mt. Sinia Missionary Baptist As- Madge Hicks, Mrs. Mae Mott, car. He has just been released and Mrs. L. L. Hardee o* Jai k-; tion extended, to, everyone.,

broken in the cafetorium, the sociation to attend the Thanksgiving -. Mrs. Nora, Sapp Mrs. Nannie ,,- '
of -
Sunday Church School for Thanksgiving season. Theme '
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office was turned up-side-down, meeting in Gainesville on Gainey, Mrs; 'Mary Green and II
all ages, 9:45: a. m.; Morning the program given Tuesday and many of the classrooms were Thursday night. The morning Mrs. Rosa Pinholster. '
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Worship service, 'What God Does night was "Rejoice, Give Thanks invaded by the persons If any I message delivered by the pas- Bflckey Elwood 'of "Fairba'rikswas .

for us," 11 a. m.; Youth 'Fellowships and Sing." citizens can give information that tor was very soul-stirring: the dinner guest of Mr. and. r
will lead to the capture of these j "Jesus Is the Way." Music was
At the conclusion of the service I Mrs. Morris Ray, Carlton last V'\
6 p. m.; Evening Worship persons it will be greatly appre- furnished by Antioch Church HERE"f TRUCKS

service, "Christian Marriage," a time" of fellowship was ciated. It is our job to stop vandalism ,I Choir, remarks were made by Sister Sunday.Christmas, ;
"" enjoyed: in the Chapel Annex. c ContestThe
7:30 p. m. e and curb juvenile delin- Gertrude Carter, president of
homes the choir Sister Ollie -CUm- Brooker Garden Club met .
and protect our and ..
Tuesday Board of Deacons, Lutheran Services quency schools, churches and other com-, ming, faithful member of New at the Community Center Nov. \, '

7:30: p. m.Thursday. 122. E. Washington St munity property and buildings.Two Bethel. Others visiting members 22 with Mrs. Louise Wood," the "'TILT NEW Cd I tLUNI

Junior Choir city street lights were recently included Reverends Lee and President, presiding. During the r-f' (

Practice Regular service: will be held placed near the school but this James. Sister Jeralene Dommon, business meeting it was "decided ., I
3:30 Starke Social : -
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p. FLL
., that the club will give three
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 service did not stop the stealing.Let reporter
Club, 7:30 p. m. every for for the best outside decoration -
look-out prizes
the
be on New Bethel
Church
us Baptist ,
I cclock; Sunday ,School. and! Confirmation ,
lases'at: 3 oclock. people who will not work and go Rev. A. Vinson pastor,.held Men's for the Christmas holi- h f t 3

St. Edward's Church about stealing on public property.. Day, last Sunday, which was very days. Judges will be from a
Rev. G..Mader,
The Myron pastor Thanksghing VacationAll successful. The Co-chairmen ana neighboring club. The judging ""

st. Edward's, Starke: Sunday of The First Lutheran Churchof schools closed Wednesday program planning committee were I will begin at 6 p. m.,_Dec. 20. r TAM8E1/1

Mass, 9:30: a. m. Holyday Masses, Ocala, will conduct the Nov. ?7, for' the observance of Deacons Royal, Green and Mar- l All those wishing to enter please _t.. _
services. Thanksgiving. Monday, Dec. 2, shall. The program was a great contact Mrs. Louise Wood or -
6:30: and 8:30 a. m. Catechism
All persons w tit Ut a home will begin the three-week period success financially and spiritually. Mrs, Ann Kleinman befor? that ., -) ft
Class for children every Satur- church are invited to attend. before:we close for the Christmas The guest speakers were: J. r .. .------ ..fyyyJJJ

day, 9:30. a. m. vacation on Dec. 20. Schools will D. Greene teacher of eighth date.Following the judging the, club

St. William's, Keystone NEW RIVERBAPTIST then re-open on :Monday, Jan 6, grade at RJE and assistant to members and judges will, leave

Heights (follow Hiway 21 southto CHURCH 1958. Parents are asked to observe Principal Thompkins. Prof. Green' the community Center between

St. William sign Sunday Mass Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship these dates and protect oui spoke very effectively on Juvenile '6:30: and 7 to participate in a "" .

8:15: a.m. Holyday Mass, 7:30'a Hour, 11 *. m. Evening Serve 'childien as much as possible: Delinquency. During the after progressive supper beginning! at u 3'

m. Confessions before all Masses .., 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting earl while they are not in school. noon worship service Rev. GeorgeLee the home of Mrs. W. E. Bigham ,
,.7:30 pastor of Antioch and Calvary
Wednesday p.m. -
An Afternoon of Music Jr, and ending at the home of
Baptist Churches of Starke,
The Primary Department of t .
was the speaker. At 7 Rev.
p.m.
"The Sleeping
RJE will present "I gal :
Beauty," an operetta in three acts Robinson of Gainesville spoke, and [GASTOONSByi s | ,
BAPJ1ST 4 p. m. in music was furnished by the male ,
FIRST CHURCHSTARKE on Sunday, Dec. 1, at L _
the RJE cafetorium. Teachers in chorus under the direction of Sister 'l : .L
Lottie t
The committee
English. :
charge of the production are: \
FLORIDA wishes to thank all !
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persons
Mesdames Lennon and :Chandler '!
rr'a reap PtMVTC ffjotcodecs
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music assistants and Supervisors who helped to make this day a GIB BROWN .t StyltsH1l tttj-wttt u t U i""oAFEATURE
i great one in The .4
every way. men
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor Williams and Shell. All parentsand I
friends are invited to attend djd not have as much time to 'r .

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town 'this colorful musical treat. work as the women but they FOR FEATURE
raised,about half as much money j ,
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Concert sUDER -E
Christmas as they did in' a very short time.' o rp TRUCKS! -
of the PTA MOST MODERN
The regular meeting The; Sunday School and Youth THEY'RE 58's ,

Suday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. of RJE will be held on Wed., Center 'is wen under constructionand 1-I tests -Amazfe .
Dec. 4, in the cafetorium of RJE. NEW capacity 1 Extra-wide Styleside Graph'ride prove
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45: P.M.\ department will pre- with days like these we will pickup bodies have 23% more superiority of Ford over compelsloadspaca f
The music
have enough money to completethe ..ride"actually
pageant titled. than any other com-: tive !I pickups
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M.\ sent the Christmas directed by building very soon. Sister petitive pickup! compares to that of a earI,I "/
"The Contrite Spirit Amandalene Chandler is in chargeof .
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Mrs. F. Williams, music specialist the Christmasrprogram and is r NEW &dollar savings 1 Only Ford offers NEW> PoWer. 'Mo n 'aiiAh *ord'

of, the country. The Bra-Cho- asking the help of all other Sun- '. 9 smart, modern Styleside bodies Heavy Duty-ftngi 1-ever buOill!
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. : Philharmoriic Teachers ensemble day school officers! 'ana m'embers. "Gib H always tickled to get es r c' G standard at no extra cost! In pickups: the only Short Stroke,
i will present a group of numbers 5 'I ridil Scientific ImpactOSix or new. more powerful V-8J:
Rehearsals NEW
C will be held each eve- ANOTHER CUSTOMER! p loci iasy ? \ -1 '
which will include a. special arrangement ning at ,5 ,p.m., starting Friday + 0 awe than make
toy other
with + e The big fleets buy more Ford Trucks
of silent, Night
of this week. Come out fend get There's nothing rte wotf't do toI I c 00 :
Mrs.: F. S. Pierce as soloist. All TRUCKS COST LESS L,
Christmas
your speeches. Joan FORD
jl of fine .
please any our many .
r r parents and friends of the county-to Jenkins, reporter., customers. ..less to own...less to run...Jast longer,tool) f.llJCfc
urged
Madison Street Baptist Church wide attend PTA this important family are meeting and American Legion,Auxiliary


(Presently Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.) musical.1957 and This we is would the last like meetingfor to discuss regular Sunday meeting, Dec. 1,will at be 2 p.m.held the in' OlD BROWNSERVICE MottiMADISON C

for room 9 of RJE. All members are I Andrews r
and
pupil reports progress
Good Singing Forceful PreachingEACH the second six weeks period of asked to attend this meeting. It STATION
Marion Dell is past time to send the Christ-
Mrs.
this term.
LORD'S DAY mas Joy boxes to the hospitals. Standard Oil Products
.. president. ; E. Thompkms princi- Sister Annie Jane Dell, secretary. AND ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE. 'FLX.
I pal; E. M. Kennedy, reporter. Home Again I Ave. Interested in A-l Used T ruck Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer
Sunday School ___._________________-_ 9:45 A.M. Sports Mr. and Mrs. l 407 N. Temple If You're an --
Roosevelt,Hudson
Morning ,Worship. _________. --1..__ __ : A.M.\ Basketball. season opened with a retained to Starke for a visit after L -+ --
when the former -
bang last evening \living in Cleveland, Ohio for the

Training Union ____________:...___________ 6:15 P.M. Tigers and Tigerettes clashedin past two years. While in Staike' r ,
at RJE High."Moot"
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Evening Worship ______________________ 7:30 P.M. 'Chandler the high they received many invitations for x4 hu
was
Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. i point player for the former students -I dinners and and parties which included k
relatives: friends. The farewell -
; while Johnny Jackson. Ben : : ;
j party was held at the homeof
Visitor, Neighbor, Friend: Let This Be A Cordial Invitation McDougald and Jimmy Green were'l'' Mrs. George Little. They have iH *

To Worship In Starke's Youngest Church outstanding for the school returned to Cleveland reporting
The first conference game I! a delightful visit. i :
announced in the next issue of this: Zy >R
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Nursery open for all services Room for all. 'I wa RFY : x
paper. Follow the tigers to cham-1 99999999..yyyyy..y.yy.BROOKER .

pionship, this term. Who will be
REV. JACK II. MARRY, JR., PastorP. Miss RJE High and Elementarythis } ,

year? The contest will close

T. NOLIN, Supt. Sunday School early January.. All groups are ;

n I, working very hard. :By Barbara Sue Davis !

| Boy Scouts of Troop 71 .. ... & 3,
a.a. .a. a a. a .aaa.
At the last regular meeting of ..
the Boy 'Scouts it was decided Miscellaneous Shower j !

they would have a "Turkey Take." Mrs. Willie i Short of Gaines- > _
Who will be the lucky Scout? The ville
the former Iva... Mae Lewis c s
HUNDREDS winner will receive the turkey at .of. Brooker, was guest of co honorat j

T the meeting tonight. AH Scouts a lovely miscellaneous! shower ____ 4f

are asked to be present. You ., Tuesday night, 1'o v. 19, in the
of details are managed and economically must be there to win. Scoutmaster Brooker Community Center. e

attended that only a trained and Marshall and the members of
Vases_ of yellow and white chrysanthemums -
careful organization can attend when the troop worshipped at New
fern, and poinsettias: 'f:4r
the Bethel st Sunday, a continuationof L r (
urgent need for serving is at to were used in decorating for this
hand their fourth Sunday visits
local churches. Charles Covington occasion.
4 reporter. Guests were met at the door

Church :News by one 'of the hostesses, who received \

DeWITT C. JONESPhone Greater Allen Chapel A. {'E.o the gifts and placed themon

Church,'1Rev. L. A. Sampson, pas- the table*which was covered
7 Starke, Fta. tor, held their first quarterly con- with a white lace cloth. P

Funeral Director Ambolanct Serrlea ference on Sunday with the new Games were played, and the q

presiding elder Rev. Jenkins, in hbnoree. received many lovely
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Our local ftuurkl ,home enables ni'to 'offer oonTenleaw* an4 charge. The pastor wishes to gifts; which were opened and -'__" .or .,"

services tot ttHerwist tvalUble.toraud thank all class leaders aiid mem- displayed. Contest prizes were

bers for; the splendid reports and won by Mrs. Guy Harrell, Mrs. u ( i:
q'r-rq.o '
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w. the ttgneit type lervice ut loweit THICW' VUt work. Your continued Tooperation tleaRefreshments

accept ANT life tn.sur&nee.poUq in force, laud by ANT is needed as we close the year. were served. to .-

I oompnj u payment-in part'er la*full on a funeral.OouoUatioa Our last communion, service. for the p40 guests .by ,fhe foflowingthostesses 'J 4 4 :
the evening j t'V
wilT'be' held during
1957 Mrs..
camel I : M. D, Harrell,
no bUPUiD.
service at 6'p.rn.. Sunday Mrs. Ziflene 'Harrell, Mrs. Melba
at 10 a&i. with
school will start Green, Mrs. ,Inez Green, Mrs. t4 r

I Supt. Irene Thomas in, charge., Malcolm Lewis, and Mrs. Everett
Love Feast at 11 a.m. All members E. Stokes.
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Now Equipped To DeliverKEROSENE Mr. and Mrs. Short are now "
for Christ is being organized residing at 3f7 N. E. 2nd Ave. ,.....111..a ..J:
Elizabeth' Givens,
... \ '. president by Sister of the Missionary Socie In Gainesville, where they'are ; .' .
'employed at the Sunhyland
Sisters
ty. She will be assisted by -
M. L.. Paul I. Thomas and Training Center. They expressthe lTALL

N. L. Pullum. All- children_. and'''- desire for all_ their many TIMBER..A SPLASH AND A SHOTas. .
youth of the community are invited friends to visit them in their I .

to join. This is a group for home. .
church member- Mr. and Mrs. PaEsco" andf.
children of any Mott .
ANYWHERE IN ifl1E ship, or those who may not even children of 'Gainesville were' Southern woodlands mean so much more'to us than a supply of basic ra\\- Y, .

churah. The music win dinner guests t & 'S.
of
to Sunday i
belong
materials: Tall timber properly managed means continuing shelter and ,-
LAVdTEY Sister Pullum.A ,
AREA be developed by M. Mott and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert ,

broadcast is being plannedfor Mott. Afternoon guests ,were,,the,] '.w food for wildlife-good hunting for years ahead. It also means that forest ; .
the group during the holiday Mike Tilghmans of :
season. Due to a very busy 'schedule Wilma s Fipps Gainesville.Mrs. and chil- watersheds will feed their runoff water into streams and lakes where the : "' .t- :

F-A-S-T SERVICE Broxton has ," '1 '
COURTEOUS Louise
Sister Sis I dren' of Jacksonville were weekend big ones drift. f ,
by
', l been replaced as reporter' guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.' A .
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WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPSD. ter M. L. PauL We ask that the'auxiliaries E. Stokes. i\ That's why we manage 'our land to benefit hunters, fishermen arid .. : ;
her news earlyso '
that 'she give may send in her re- Gary Elzy and Judy Kelley "; ,; .. ,'. conservationists alikelandwhere wild ,game is increasing along with, ,
were two students chosen by the '; ., .
of each ..
port Monday morning Speech Club to participate in ',, t, ,," the supply olpulpwooi j j. : '
B. (( DICK)) THOMAS week. Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor; .. -
L. Paul, reporter the Florida Forensics at the \.\\ rifV .. r. '
M. i :. "!Of//! _111\
... Calvary Baptist Church, Rev. University ot Florida last'. Friday '.>.- > .1- ,... t ..f < \ -jO .* *.,.r. ** t. "f i; o$ "
SM'iit *
BEL.AIR PHILLIPS, 66 STATION George service Lee all ,day pastor Sunday, .held starting regular and Mr."Saturday.'and Mrs. J. B. RuSJi and' b i-' v**\.J: ;" Container Corporation America :r i

LAWTEY PHONE 2662 children of Orlando visited the 'il ,.-. '

Born-on H. E. Stokes !amiIl'last-Sunda7 II" a. .,. .,._._. ... . . .i ... .... .....'...I..1..u.-u, \........._-..'.. 111... i.v

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l.r, Soil Conservation J'Vinners?' In' The Telegraph's Annualrrurio1o.gy I


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RoU CouervatJOD Sentce

Complete soil and water conservation -
farm plans were received
for the farms of Walter Sib-
ley Leslie Whltehead Edward T.
Hicks, and C. S. Haddock. Walter -
Is using Pensacola Babtu as his

main pasture grass. Edward has '. : ..
just started to farm his pace\ in ..' .'-,:.,'
the Lawtey area. He is going to "
put in Pensacola Bahia for permanent -

pasture Haddotk is \1RS. KENNETH D. NORMAN .
planning to plant pasture gr.ass in --- MRS WAND A EDWARDS '. ::
his The Bra IIford
pecan grove. :
Soil Conservation District with P. O. Box 1162 : Route 2, Box 107.A
the cooperation of the Soil a Onnervation :: I "
Service assists all 1 \tnd Starke Fla e, '
Starke Fla .
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owners with their many Bait \.nd
water conservation problems. 'I\le .
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conservation of our farm ani t f .i,....;
WHY I INTEND TO SHOE' ,.;'f ,\.
ranch lands 18 in safe bands. ItIs WHY I INTEND TO SHOP :t'
moving in the right direction AT HOME TillS CHRISTI\t&S: s i ,
and in the right way with con- AT HOME THIS CHRISTMAS: .,
trol in the hands of the farmers ( -' : .
themselves. The needs are to continue Having been born and reared in Y :
I intend to shop at home this
all-out efforts to ,
protect Bradford County, I believe in do- ,'' y .
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and improve these lands and to '.
: Christmas because I get faster,, ; ';,
find ways of doing the Job better ing anything that is for the bet- fi t' r .'''':XJ :-
and faster. .; more courteous service from the
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ferment of my county, state, or i! .
Stopped to talk to Tom Graves ., hometown merchants, and a wide .
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the other day about the temporary community i d +r d, t, '!.:' "...' .. .<'' 'f. .
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pastures he planted. He remarked variety of gifts to choose from. .i:;; :W1 +" : "
that the rye was coming up .
I
If I spend Christmas
now that we have hM some rain. my money Also, in shopping at home I
"I sure wish that rye would.grow In Starke, I shall expect a part
faster so the cows could get their avoid the Christmas rush in the
heads out of the feed bags," he of it to come back to me, and
said. Planting of winter pastures larger cities, and save time, park. ;

at oats, lupine and rye will cut therefore better myself and my ing lot fees, and gasoline. nl
.the cost of winter feed. { .
. community. r $
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Rotit: W. Murry biologist with 1,0'l

the Gang and Fresh Water Fish '.' .,. '. . :iF i
has advised to
Commiss O n us .
make ls for quail food \ .= .,> .
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plantings requ erial for the 1958 :: :'. ;' :-'e'::: :': r \' '

season. Avai1Sble ,material conlilts' -
of thunbergh..t espedeza seed- ;
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Imp lespedeza, partridge seed, pea and'*ci eed,lnbine\, common pea Nice Thanksgiving Turkeys Have Been Presented To The Above Winners ; '

tEed. The combine pea a:'3 a re- '

. seeding addition field to the pea list and of is material ai new ) With The Compliments of. The Merchants Listed Be/owAnd/ The eBradford .

distributed. Seeding should .be J "
done broadcast at the rate of lt' .
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on a well pre- .
pounds per acre I County.Telegraph
pared seed bed fertilized at the I I 1,1"0 .. ( : '" Oh _
rate of 500 pounds of 4.12-12 fertilizer l '.,' :. \.' "
per acre. The seed should!

be covered lightly. Management ..
for reseeding consists of discing
the planting after every crop Df I
seed matures. The last crop ma'" .. . .. &
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turing before frost should be left i\\\ -- --- --- I
on the ground for winter food. I i

Discing the U spring.you should are interested be done in again making in- I B. T. Thomas Lumber Co. Shepherd Radio &T.V. New Method Cleaners

quail food plantings and would .
like some planting material please
contact Bill Haas with the Soil ,
Cons'ervation Service.YYYYYYYYTYYYTTYT.

Doyle E. Conner General Insurance Starke Hardware Co. %W.7. L. Thigpen Contractor I III

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Davidson 'of Jack- Koch Drug Store '. 'fo .. Smitty's Barber
sonville Rev. J.led W.Prayer Meeting last I ;': Shop Charley E. Johns Insurance Agency

Wednesday night and brought \ I
the morning and evening mes- .. II
sages on Sunday. He was ac- I
companied by his wife.

honor enjoyed The last Intermediates a party Friday given night and in Juniors at their the W. T. Jackson Transfer Edwards Grocery & market Hart Furniture Company I jStarke ji

home of the Intermediate teacher .. '
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Mrs. Orene Cowart. About -. it- ; i

20 pupils were entertained and ,. 7':; ''', ,, ,.. .. ..:
served refreshments by the hostess ;j., .
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Those Sunday attending School the meeting Assoclational I Volley Starling's Grocery & Market !4';: :. ,. Earl's Garage Radio & TX. i iJ.

Russell Church Thursday night I o. ,. . .
were Mrs. Jeanette Gaskino. Mrs. r-. 't "
Zora Mae McDaniel and Mrs. .
Orene Cowart from North Side. j \\ ;1

at meeting We the enjoyed last Teachers Saturday a great and fellowship night Officers at Lawson's Grocery and Market Gib BroWn's Service 'Station A. Gnann Plumbing SalesServiceSimpson's

th .home of Mr. and Mrs. John-
nie Cowart. The meeting will be
held this Saturday night at 7:30:
t
in the home of Mr and Mrs. I 3 \
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Carl night social Brown.A for.was the given Young last People's Friday The Farmer's Supply H. C.iYall I Insurance Agency Taxi Service

Sunday School Class at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sapp. The
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and' the Young Peope's teacher, ,

S Clark,Happy c. Harley on birthday her 85th to anniversary Miss Dora Brownlee & Chasteen : Sam Rosenberg & Son ': u R. B. Alvarez Transfer & Storage

and ''to Douglas Bennett on his 0 .
8th birthday.Mr. : -
and Mrs. Clarence Amy t
and children of Jacksonville- .
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tted her mother Mrs. Mattie I

Parmenter C. Harley last and Sunday.Mr. .fr. and. Mr H. Hardy Brothers Motor Co. J&JBuildiiigSuppliesIod4s I : Local Finance Co. '. i

and Mrs. Ivery B. Thompson -
and Blaine enjoyed a birth- .
day celebration last Saturday
for their brother.in-Iaw. Arthur


Pearce end Sunday Mrs.of Carl dinner Lawtey.Thomas guests were of Mr.Mr. Barksdale's Sunoco Service Station Raymond-Lang Pontiac .

and }frs. Billy Martin and children .
)[r. and 11rs. E. C. mark, '.
and Mr. and Mra. Herman Thomas. .
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In"spent Mr Jacksonville.. last and Sunday.frs. OFtsie with relatives Norman Western Auto Associate.Store-. t.-: f The. Washeteria Denmark Furniture Company

Mr and Mrs:Paul Bennett of .

Lary h' and Miss!I Dora Clark I !J-; .. I .
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