Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 6, 1957
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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_: ....."5" ,";'}"," .',"., :' ;. c _________ I Humphreys Cuts y Output; I I I BOWL DUPONT TO BAND STAR Starke- Waits

__ To Lay OH 50 To 60 Men As a special added feat

ure V activities, the nationally Bowl Events

Operations_ at the Trail Ridge some .progress' has been made in acclaimed duPont band will
and Highland ilmenite mines are lowering the cost, of producing have charge; of the half-

being curtailed due to the severe titanium metal but it .is still time acthitiesith', a "won-

,'" ( cutback, in production of titanium ,around, 53 a pound. derful display" promised, Quincy/ duPont Teams Ready !
&I b metal for defense aircraft and the Pigment Slow-Down J.,D. Doyle Elks. Club head ,
.d Ii lessening* of demand for:titanium The slow-down in new home stated this week.

!" s_ pigment and :zircon sand, it was construction. in 1957 'probably ac .The 60-piece band recentlywon For Battle Here FridayA ; ,.

: --: ; ty' announced yesterday by E. C. counts, for,some.of the slackening national recognition in
Weichel Jr.fof Humphreys Gold of demand for titanium pigment a televised half-time show
\ Corporation, manager of the two which is used in ,paint, Weichel during the Nov. 10 Wash record crowd is expected to jam into the Bradford

\% IS local plan s., said. It is possible that this I! ington Redskins-Cleveland County stadium Friday night to witness what is expectedto

'; Betwee50 and 60' short-ser-:' trend might be reversed' if' home Browns pro football game be a slam-bang football game between the Quincy. High

viCe employees will be laid off construction picks. up again in It is recognized as one of Tigers and duPont Dragons of 'Jacksonville in the third an-
Hunt Set Saturday durln 1958 he added 'r tAt **". **-,
Parade, Treasure ,1January and February, and < the top marching bands In nual Strawberry Bowl. .
: thos'(eligible will be granted their: present" the two plants! here the nation.
Officials of the sponsoring Elks Club predicted that be-
1908! vacation pay at the time employ{ around 250 persoiis. After -
tUey are released, Weichel'said. the cutbacks, some'''200_ 'will"re- tween 3,000 and 4,000 people 'would be on hand to watch the

Santa And Wife Merchants The curtailment of, operations main ,on the payroll.; 301 fray. while: winning seven and tying

,- has been deferred as'long ,as I pos- Both operations will 'be taken Property "The event has gained consid-
sible, Weichel stated, by increas- over' and operated' by the duPont' erable interest," J. D. Doyle, Elks' one.During the banquet followingthe

ing plant inventories to the,prac- company 'On' Feb 18.: Since their Exalted Ruler stated, "and indications game a large trophy will be
To Launch Shopping SeasonMr. tical limit and by scheduling a establishment, .- the mines have Program BegunThe are that a crowd of about awarded to the winning team anda
4,000 will be here."
major construction job at"Trail been operated by Humphreys Gold smaller trophy to the loser. Also
Ridge for the end of the year. Corporation for the duPont company After the game the members of to be honored with trophies will

and Mrs. Santa Claus will elude the Junior Woman's Club, This. ."project, was. described as., a I : program to contact prop- both teams and the featured du be the player who is adjudged the
join forces with Starke merchants MERCHANTS SCHEDULE Garden Club, High ,School Band, nara pan crushing unit-- of- the' erty owners along north U. S. 301 Pont band will be.special guestsof best back and the one adjudgedthe
Saturday to officially launch the EXTRA HOURS Mrs. Young's class at school./and type that is already in use-at the in a concerted effort to obtain the the Elks Club at a banquet in best lineman. Gold footballswill

Christmas shopping season with a FOR HOLIDAY SHOPPERSExtended ; several commercial floats. Groups Highland. plant. Cold Hastens: ight-of-way for the four-laning the Elementary School Cafetor-. be presented to all of the

colorful parade at 9:30: a.m., free hours for the convenience such as Boy Scouts, Girl Stouts! Five-Day WeekIn project began rolling this week num. players.
candy for the kiddies, and bar-I of holiday shoppers Cubs, and Brownies have &been invited an effort to stabilize employment with the .County.Commission hiring The Tigers, 41 members strong, : State Rep. Doyle Conner- wilt

gains galore in cooperating stores. will be observed by Starke to march in the line t of pa- the operation at Trail Winter% ActivitiesAbout Bradford County realtor Wal- with their coaches and assistantsare present the trophies the boys.

A highlight of the celebration stores as follows: rade. All other clubs and organizations Ridge will be placed pn a five-day ter Sibley to carry the work, load scheduled to arrive in Starke Theteams will be served a roast
"will-be a Santa Claus "Treasure Openuntil 9 p.m. on Mondays are invited to enter.., floats, week schedule starting Jan. 6. in the campaign. about 1:30: p.m. Friday. After arriving beef banquet prepared by W. H.

Hunt," starting Saturday morn : Hee..9, 16, 23. or decorate cars. Previously, this plant has operatedon the,.only. effect, the first Guy Andrews, head of the. 301 here, Coach Carlos Deason Noegel with the arrangementsunder

ing. Each of the 21 stores cooper- Open all day Wednesdays: The parade, with Mr. and Mrs. a contiuous basis, seven daysa real .wintry weather' 'of. the year- Right-of-way Committee, said plans to send his team to the the direction. Mrs.. Sarah
ating in this unique event will Dec. 11 and 18. Santa Claus riding in a ,'convert week. The Highland plant will which arrived over the.'weekend that :Sibley has been. given the movies for about three hours on Hunter. -

have an automobile license tag Open until 8 p.m. on FrL, ible, will proceed south oa TempleAve. also be ;on a five-day week schedule had 'on Br dfo a' County crops authority ,to negotiate agreementswith the theory that it will help relax ,Advance tickets are on sale at -

number posted in their display De<'. 20 Sat, Dec. 21, and ] to Call Street, thence east for both the dry mill and wet was to set into, motion some of the property 'owners on I them before the game. the Bradford County Telegraph,
window. The person who finds Tues., Dee. 24. to Cherry St., then south to MadIson mill, starting Dee; 9. the" activities customarily carriedon prices to be paid for improvements The duPont Dragons, bringinga Shepherd's Radio & TV, and the
his license number in a store window and west on Madison, circling Weichel said that the cutback in al this time of year, County' and moving. 30-man squad plus coaches, do Wall Insurance Agency or can be

"e. will be presented a nice gift time and money besides. Starke back to Call. the government's aircraft program Agent' G.--.: T.. 'Huggins- .. said. this I As a realtor, Andrews said, Sib- not plan to arrive in,Starke until purchased' from members of the
by the management of the store. is the natural trade center for The following stores will havean I in favor of more emphasis on missiles week.' ley i is qualified' to talk with the 5:30: or 6 p.m. Elks Club. Advance tickets cost

Crowds who will be on the street this area, and through our coop- auto license number posted in I has brought about a lessen "If you see more- cane grindingand landowners about these issues. He The Dragons? are coached by $1 for adults and, 50 cents for

Saturday morning to meet and erative effort, we hope to make their window for the Treasure ing of the demand for titanium sweet'.potato' digging, it will will have custody of the deeds and Bobby Yarns and their action this students. At the'gate the ,tickets
greet Santa Claus are urged to shoppers realize this." Hunt: v metal used in jet .planes. The be because of the cold snap," Hug-' will work: with the committee in year has been sparked by fullback will cost $1.50 for adults and '75

join in the "treasure hunt" by Elden Mathews, chairman of the Williams Jewelry \ government was the largest user gins said. "The cold makes, it- contacting property 'owners to ask Bob Hoover, a 190 pound junior, cents for students.:,
r looking in the store windows for Santa parade committee, asks Koch Drug Store I of the metal,. since it is still, too mandatory that these things be them to give the land for 'the and quarterback Grandle Starling. .Pro ed!, of :the game will be

their tag number. In addition tot that all floats decorated cars, and Shepherd's Radio I TVDenmark costly for extensive use by private done and some farmers have been, right: = f-way.: ,* : '. Jn compiling. a 5-4-1 record this used for charity, Doyle said, going

e' prizes offered. each of the 21 marching units form on Washington Furniture Co. [ industry, Weichel stated that waiting-for-the'first spell. Andrews: said. that, .none of ,the season, the Dragons have toppled finance the Christmas baskets
cooperating .stores is offering one Street at the high school Sat Winkler Electric .Service The temperature began drop.- deeds'will' be recorded, until some of Florida's .big 'schools including given by the Elks ,Club and to, the
or more Parade Day bargains for urday morning at o'clock.. "We Canova Pharmacy ping Saturday morning and was Jackson of Jacksonville. Harry 'Anna:: Home' for Crippled
I "ev rYthIng is'ready' to ahead
the benefit of Christmas shop- are going to have a good parade," Barksdale's >r Council States reported ,to have ,hit Jn.the,lower with 'the road" go' The Tigers have suffered only Children 'at'Umatilla and other

pers.The he said, "with prizes of $5, $10, Gay's Home Appliances l' l 30's Saturday Sunday! arid .Monday one defeat during the season charities: -
: big sales event planned for and $15 offered for the best J & J nights with the mercury'going : The project' is very i important, .
Building Supplies
Saturday is the culmination Purchase Andrews said, because '"we have Probe Hits Dead-End
a float. Slade' Gas Co. I Pob'cyThe down to 26:degrees"in pockets. i knOw' '
"Do Your Christmas Shopping at Organizations that have' indicated Bullington Studio & Gift Huggins" said that some ,ofthe: to how much money we .
Home" campaign waged by local plans!! for: entering floats in- C. H. Nasworthy General pastures Were affected by: the: have to get to'pay'' for the improvements
merchants this year. they can find everything they ,plies -. r .-Sup.-+ City'Council Tuesday night ?.with"pafchesn of rgrass:turning ? ," : V 1'

,J. R. Bullington, president of need for their Christmas gift lists Gem 'JewelryRobbins' f strengthened, its purchase order ,brown and forcing: :,the;cattle: "After 'this"figure has'been:' ..set No Action Taken'By GrandJury
the Chamber of Commerce, says: right here in Starke and save policies by declaring in a unanimous men to begin ""their-,8upplementaJ we"will exert every effort ,to, obtain -

"We'are making a determined 'ef- fort to convince the people that Starke Radio & TV vote that city departments winter feeding program. the money, and' Won't stop
The Bradford GrandJury's Sheriff P. D. Reddish said this
until we'get-it, he stated. County
could not make any purchase unless 'Most' (the fall have already .
Elrod Furniture ,
Harry Co.
crops investigation the fire week however that he is stiltcontinuing
The ,
program to get the landowners -
Seen As Increasing Conflict Starke Hardware Co.Stump's 'a purchase order had been been harvested, Huggins I
... todonate their land was and shooting episodes allegedly! ,the investigation.There .
in advance.'
Store prepared said, and though the tops of some
Dept suffered ''by moonshine witness is
started last month when.the StateRoad'Deptf always a possibilitythat
Brownlee & Chasteen The purchase order subject greens might have been nippedit '
I : said it -was ready to Robert L. Patterson ended Wed- somethingwill turn. up to
several of the Coun-
Bradford County TelegraphIn came up as is not xpected..that 'any seriow. S go ahead with the construction nesday of last week with no action throw light on what happened,
cil members $397bill
Board Hands Off New Bill addition to these questioned a damage would. result:
Keeps special bar' for police uniforms, and it was but was. being held back; because taken. the sheriff said.
gains will also te offered by brought out that the items had The agent advised housewives I the right-of-way had not been ob The i Grand Jury after meetingless The only conclusions that have
I Olen's and Western Auto Associate been without and;others growing plants in ,theii tained.. And the county which is than two hours told .Circuit been drawn about the incidentswere
bought a purchaseorder.
The School Board Monday indicated in under this bill would just not Store, as advertised in section yards to not be. too hasty about responsible for :providing the Judge.George L. Patten that their included'in a report by the
that it does not want to -be worth it." two of this issue.Phillips : cutting them back if they loot
'Mayor W. T. Jackson pointedcut right-of-way lacked funds to purchase study had resulted in "nothing to Sheriff and Florida Sheriffs Bureau
use the weapons provided in a "It wouldn't help the interestsof V that the Council had approvedthe ike they, were damaged by th< it. report.?.' The Grand Jury had concerning their findings.This .

new bill to continue the fight .anyone to further the legal purchase of a. certain amount cold, 'butto'wait a few days unti 1 The landowners were told that convened on Nov. 11 but recessed report implied a belief that

with Clay County over the trans- fight over the matter," Morgan UnseatedIn of uniforms, but agreed that the the exact extent of' the damage i they were being asked only. for until last week after a day's de the shooting and fire ,were con.

portation of Clay County children, stated, "but we are willing to cost of some of the .articles was can be determined. their land. The improvementsand liberations. nected with a political scheme to

but would instead like to negoti- meet with the Clay County Boardat Lawtey VotingSeats higher than expected. r cost of moving objects would During last week's proceedingsW. discredit the sheriff, rather than

ate a peaceable agreement with any time to work out a solution Council Chairman T. C. (Cliff) Woman's Club Plans be borne by the county, they were J.' Woods, an insurance ad- being acts of vengeance against

the Clay County Board. to the transportation prob- on the Lawtey City Hazen Jr. advised the mayor to ContestThe told. justor, was the only witness call- Patterson. ,
sighting .
After discussing the new bill lems for the students in the Kings- Council were won by Dave check on the amount of ,money "Interest is building up in our ed into the Grand Jury room. Also I The state attorney's office, how.

which had been introduced by Sen. ley Lake, and Keystone Heights Shuford, Preston Green and left in the budget for police uni- Starke Woman's Club wil 1 favor," Andrews said this week sent into the room was a ever, has not endorsed the findings .
The board members W. P. Kemp in the Lawtey forms and to control future spend about the outlook of the program. pasteboard box containing win-.I in the report and no charges
Charley E. Johna in the recent areas.
: sponsor the city-wide outdoo:r
election He said that reccent action of dow vent with in have been filed result of it.
city Tuesday, with ing accordingly.In glass the.hole I as a
special session of the unanimously concurred in this :
legislature, incumbent O. J..'Phillips being other actions,. the Council Christmas lighting contest thi S the Baker County Commission in it which Patterson said was 'caused -' The first group' to begin investigating .
School Supt Harmon Morgan statement.The unseated. agreed to raise the fee for wit- year with prizes being awarde
:summed up, the feeling of the new bill, a population act, Shuford. an Incumbent, nesses appearing in,Mayor's Court ,to.th. best displays. Further details draw, traffic' away from 301 and another car. I were federal authorities, probingthe

board by saying that "the amountf would give the Bradford County won the most votes in the from $1 to $2. will be announced in nex t into SR 53 has emphasized the Thus the Grand Jury, the third aspect of witness intimidation,

litigation we could get involved Board the authority to enter into Council race with 76. Green Street Supt. S. R. Hicks was instructed week's paper. urgency of the 301 project. investigative group which has but they withdrew when the

I contracts with parents of studentsin received 64 votes, Kemp 63 to, open up a section of looked into the circumstances sur- sheriff began w.s.investigation.Seven .
Season the affected areas for transportation and Phillips 40. Phillipswas Francis street between Westmore ,. ". J lounding.the burning of Patter- persons appeared before
of those students to seeking a second full land and Epperson so that Roy son's house on the night of Sept. the Grand Jury when it ,met the

Starke schools.An two-year term. Dewberry could have access to T 12 and the pistol shot he reported first time.
injunction obtained by the In the unopposed races property he has recently purchased i. J fired at him on the night of Judge Patten told the 18-mem-

Gets UnderwayBasketball Clay County Board prohibits Mayor C. R. Shuford received and plans "to build .on. The if Sept. 13, apparently left the 'Investigation ber 'jury that he was excusing
Bradford County school buses 86 votes. City Clerk Ethel street, though shown on the plats, at a dead end. rather than adjourning them in

from picking up these children."It Reddish received 85 votes .had never 'been opened. h case they were, ,needed. to look
begaln taking the boils and ,Marshal L. P. Rafuse A request from a pulpwood ; \,. into other future matters.
down to the
questionof CollectedIn
Epotlight away from football this received 84 votes.A operator to have Cherry street reopened $466
week with practice getting under- which law will hold up, Charley's total of 112 votes were to'trucks was turned. down I TB CampaignChristmas Board Discusses
way Monday and two games scheduled (Sen. Johns) or the judges," cast in the election. The of- after most of the Council members -

for next week. board member W. C. Powell said. ficials will begin their new expressed the opinion that Seal donations have

Six lettermen have returned to The injunction is based on a terms on Jan. 6. they should adhere to the policies passed the one-third mark in the Disposition Of
spark action on Coach Jim Hobbs' (Continued on Page 8)) which had been set .
up. .., Bradford Tuberculosis
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varsity team and about 30 have n In a recentordinance., the Council board's campaign to reach a goalof .New, River, SchoolThe
reported for Coach Jim Temple's Additional Material Awaited closed all except the main arteries $1,200, it was' reported.. this 'F

B-squad. in Starke to heavy truck week. question of what to do with

The season will open with both traffic. Mrs. Adelaide Crowson, board the .three joom vacated New
the boys and girls playing at Pa- ,The Council asked Power Supt. secretary said Tuesday that do: River school building was' dusted
latka next Bond Vote Seen Soon Riley Wasdin to. check on feasibility -
Tuesday night The Registration
nations so far total $466.75.In off ,by the School l Board Mondayand
first home game will be a triple of putting a street light in again taken under study.
header, A and B squads and girls'team front of the home of Mike Klon- another' phase of its work i School' Sup Harmon Morgantold
against Lake City Friday Re-registration of freeholders Ia present proof that they own nes on. Weldon street. Klondes .... the TB group has mailed 'Christmas the board members that three

night preparation for the ballotingin land, :Mrs.: Crosby said. They had requested the light. if! ...... packages to the 11 TB pa- courses of action wire open to

Three seniors and three juniors the planned school board bond should bring either a deed or tax Wasdin was also asked to place F tients from Bradford County in them: let the building deteriorate
S who lettered on the court team election is expected to get under- receipt with them when they regIster brighter bulbs and shades ,on the hospitals throughout the state move. it to a location where it
last year have returned. The senIor way in the next few days prob- street light at the intersection of Youthful- Defendants Leave Still For, Jail Bradford County has one 'tB could'be used for, school 'purposes,
players are Curtis McGee ably next week, Mrs. Marian Mrs. Crosby advised tnat many Walnut .and Madison streets. Mayor patient( in' the Veteran's Hospitalat or" sell it. -
of registration, Jackson said a number of people BOYS NABBED AT STILL Lake four' in the W. T.
Reason Kirkland and Charles Noe- Crosby, supervisor times ,the tax receipts are made City 'The cost"of moving the building
said this week. in the of the had complained that the light Edwards Sanitarium in Tallahassee the
gel and the juniors are Tom Ta- only names husband would be as great as was
I'' turn, Jimmy Hobbs and Arnold The School Board paved the way and in such cases the women is difficult to see. Two teen-age Baker County the sheriff's department state and five in the, Central Florida cost of moving the six-classroom
Rivers. Kirkland, the center last for the re-registration Monday should take the deed which has The Council approved a.donation boys last week pleaded guilty befederal agencies combined' forces Sanitarium at Orlando and one in HeiJbronn building recently, about

year, has been changed to forward when they endorsed the proposalto their name on it when they reg- of $50 to help with the expenses fore,County Judge T, A. Yawn to to raid a still at the west end of the Southw Florida Tubercu.losis .' $104)00) Morgan said. He said
,;; and Rivers the tallest mann begin the program as soon as ister. of the Strawberry Bowl possession of a moonshine still Sampson Lake.' A Ford coupe Hospital. at. Tampa. the building would not be worth
: V the squad, has been made cen- possible.Mrs. S Jn other activity concerning the and their cases were transferred was confiscated at the site. the expense.

.tei.t Crosby said the freehold bond election, the School Board Negroes Charged *.to Circuit .Court after theywaivSheriff P. D. Reddish said ,that Gets 90 ,Days At the present time the build..
t Other members of the varsity er registration books will -be' placed began considering the matter. of n ed preliminary hearing. the still consisted of four ing is not used for school pur.
are Terry Futch. junior; Dickie in the precincts and. the. re- hiring a fiscal agent to direct the charge of aggravated assault i The youths Frank Alfred "ground-hog" type units of 1.200 Adolph Hill, 8 Negro..was sentenced poses, but only for occasional social

t Dixon 10th grade; and Jimmy registration will begin assoon, as bond program. A representativeof was placed, last, week- against f'; Simon Sweat '18,' and Carley Nathan gall n ,capacity each. The still by' County Judge T; A. gatherings in: the-: New' River
Hall. 9th. the receives some needed material one firm appeared at the meet- (Bubba) Mitchell, Negro, S and a quantity of whiskey and Yawn last week to 90 days in section and for ,oili g./'*
4 Hobbs said that with the exper- which is exj>ected fo arrive ing Monday and other Investment who was accused of a knife attack Mobley, 19, we.re. freed under $1- mash stroyed' tbe j sheriff county' jail after he pleaded The members W|
lenced players returned the team any .day. firms have nat rthe board, that on.,OtJJ.; Aaron during a figh in. 500. each. When arrested Wed- said. He did not believe the still'resda.yboth guilty to stealing a radio from consider it the. resppnsiWJity
i expects to do better than lastV She stressed that every proper. they were interested'in handlingthe Reno. Bond was set at $500.. youths were 18, With'had been in operation long. the Winkler, Electric ,Service the School Board & maintain
fear's 8U rccord- .'.. ty owner wto wants to vote in program. As the'result of another aHeged :' Mobley observing"bis 19th birth- sheriff Reddish said that Mobday --store. building for these, purposes.

: : Tuesday night the girls ':' will this election will have to re-regist. The exact date has,not yet,been fight,*Willie Hall was':charged !' on Thursday. .. iey j, already on probation for Hill admitted that he stole the ,The issue was brought up several .
,start; the activity with :a game 4 er. For their names to be placedon set for the bond election, but it.is with assault and battery on John The boys were captured Wed-thre years for federal liquor: law radio and later sold it''to a truck months ago tut shelved after

>J kt7.3o: ....-.'.. the books freeholders will have expected to be in February, n. L..Hall- and'bond, 'was set at $100. : 'nesdayafternoon. ; .when, officers ofViolati na. 'A ::' 0 I' ; driver. some d.i.sc1a.$4-ou.I'--'" .

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this 22nd day oll>aY:piber, ]
thU noiica, the fLCUt1oIaname of .can.St..Swu..I'Wid& -
yyyyyyyyvyyyyyyVVVVVVVVVV., -yyy.y..yy..y.Wyyy.'F Snow Chevrolet Co.. under which I: G. E. Snow, 1207 Plandlng Drive A.D. 1957 at Starke Bradford
editorial f l rinesJjidY 1 am engaged in business at 210 W. -"Starke..- FliL. sole owner. Count. Florida 11/22.t 1iijciiI 1 I

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Matter Of ConscienceAs ',. -

weighed about-600 ;. : ; : .
ket that only '
.;:, might have been expected, attitudes varied Ibs., but nowadays. Bradford Dear Mr. Matthews: -,. -
widely at last week's public meeting of property ,: County "cattleman brags about Congratulations on your win- H

._ owners along. U. S,,301' north of, Starke in re- his yearlings That do that or ning the Agriculture' and Livestock -y, _.. .

f. gard to deeding rights of-way .for the proposed better. Journalism Certificate -
four-laning of ,this important highway. Response : S during: the recent Florida Press ;:> .
in Clearwater -
ranged all the way from enthusiastic pledges 'of I Better breeding, improved Association meeting
pastures and,' of. course J good It is only \through .
!JT11 give myiproperty": eloquent? silence'?. and fences have been the answer. cation that our citizens of Florida '

an occasional protest. In this respect, the meet- Well, someone opened the And it has all happened} in a 'will become acquainted with i l a

ing ran true to form to all such meetings in the freezer door this past week and. very short time. 'better production methods ,arid ..
J past and those that might take place in the for- 'we had our first'real cold weather. I .* ways to increase our rural stand- :.' b'

': seeable, future. > >v No ice or frost the first night One blessing of the cold ard of living. 5' 1l
What a man does with his own property is but with the wind blowing so weather this week- is that it We, in the Department of a

strictly between himself and his. own conscience. hard it felt like it was too cold. to should bring the screw-worm Agriculture,' realize .full well the ,.

freeze or frost. trouble to a,halt for the time be- work that you .folks" in Florida l: .o
But in a matter as vital to everyone in the area riS z:
ing. One rancher ,who has _cows, Press Association are doing for I
as the improvement of U. S. 301, it is devoutly See where they picked the first hogs, sheep and goats, told us all agriculture producers in the J I .,
hoped that these individual consciences will argue berries of the season down at this has been the worst year he State of Florida. We know that L 2\1 'S

strongly with their .owners on the side of rea- Plant City. Haven't heard of any can ever remember for screw- you will" continue your ,splendid

sonableness and compromise, rather than a around here yet, and if it staysas worms. And surprisingly enough, work in the future by presentingthe ill 1 1i{ \ ,
shortsighted attitude of obstruction or "get it cold as it is now, we won'tte he* said that goats were troubled latest information on agricultural -

now, :while the getting is.goodY : likely to hear of any for awhile most of an. research to not' only \

Indeed, it is-,hard to see 'why any 'property yet. tAll those farmers in your .area, but
of which must prove that to others who may be interested I
owner, even one 'with the most selfish view-
One of the extension workers screw-worms can't smell, for.if in what .i ia happening in the fieldof S v;.
point, would not bend over backward to speed 'University has- -' .
down at the now
they can stand the indelicate agriculture.,. ; S .
the improvement of 301. One has only to com come out against all this talk of odor of an old billy ,goat, they Sincerely yours, ;
w, ,, ,
pare ,the value of land along that highway to- "organic" gardening .and the sup can stand !anything. Nathan Mayo \ M w;

day with the values before its designation as posed benefits of eating food that I Commissioner of Agriculture'State ',.
a federal highway to see what has been gainedin has been raised without the. aid At The Tabernacle gpf Florida. \

the past and what more will be gained in the of chemical fertilizer' or insecti i better. .
future by its' continued improvement. It is cides. According to her, there f ia !The Thanksgiving service held Dear Mr. Matthews:. :.
very nothing to it at all, and food that District 10 of the Florida
Tdesday night, :.Nov. 26,, in The
"what man" if he'
easy to see profiteth a give has been:: raised by chemical'meansis Interesting Nurses' Association _wish to .congratulate -
up $500 worth of land and gain $1,500 in increased every bit as -nutritious as Tabernacle facts reiterated about some this I exclusive -- the Bradford County ELECTRICALLY! .,.
value what he has left. that raised _
on only by organic American holiday. The Telegraph- for winning third ,

,r. Conversely, it is equally easy to see "what methods. meeting was presided over by prize for general excellence, first .. ...
loseth a man" if he obstructs this needed high- Not so, say, the organic far- the sponsor, "J. T, Quigley, and "prize for best news photo, sec- 'The"plus"gifts at Christmas time.. ,.
consisted of ond .prize for best feature story r"a gifts that plug in...to please for
way improvement and traffic is eventually wean mers. .They like to think That ,Thanksgiving Scrip-

ed away to the turnpikes or to the Federal sys- food raised in the "natural" wayis ture quotations, .readings, con- and livestock second award place at agriculture the Florida and yean and years.Such i big selection .

tems of the future. In that event,'the owners of better for you, and so far as gregational singing, ,and special Press Association Conventionlast Such low,prices! .:
we are concerned, they are en- musical numbers.' At the close of
all property whether improved or unimproved month. :
titled to their belief. the service fellowship and light ttatden Vacuum cleamn .Portable lamp '
would suffer alike. s t s refreshments) were enjoyed in the Very truly yours, I Coffee makers Hairdrytrt Ratuttttu

Got talking dairy cows to a POW annex. Among the decor- Barbara Laxson, R. N. Electric btd comings .Electric Aaurt:. Clock-radial.
O1 p -10 I man in the feed business not ations were two Indian statuettes Secretary District 10 Grills and waffle make .Mixtn 1 bareR ..
Back In Congress' Lap long ago and he claims that on representing first Thanksgiving Gainesville, Fla. Many lA'fItit i.

the average the Florida milk in Plymouth when the WANTED Clean Cottan Rags

Iow. many weeks must elapse before the nation cowry do not produce nearly as Pilgrims and Indians gathered to No Pants, No Shirts, Most BeClean. : See your appliance dealer now!_ ,
much milk as they are capableof. thank the Giver of all good for ', '
can again have a full-time Chief Executive' their County Tele- FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
He the fault could blessings.
says easilybe .graph.
is-doubtless a matter on which the doctors
corrected by better feeding, Morris Brackman, Jr., and
I themselves are speculating after :Mr. Eisen- and of course, as we said at the Mark Corts, students at Trinity ', -, ""..>.-p..;..: ,

;t hower's "cerebral occlusion." It seems definite start, he is in the feed business College Clearwater, Thanksgiving NOTICE OP INTENTION TO ', ,
,?. at this time, however, that the President will guests'of the former's parents, REGISTER is' hereby FICTITIOUS given that N.UIENCitJce the M1 ;

be spared strain and tensions of the NATO One thing we have noticed is Rev. and Mrs M. M. Brackman of undersigned,2 under, the provisionsof Ii: .; ..,
Chapter ,9st: Laws of Florida ,
meeting in Paris and that 'Vice President Nixon that more and more hog raisers Lake Butler, gave an !impromptu Acts of 1941. will register with the
musicale at ,the Tabernacle last Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
teve started to feed
will function in this behalf. supplement "
Thursday for Bradford County, Florida upon
long with corn or peanuts and evening. receipt of proof of publication of
However "mild" the President's stroke may -
it certainly must the -
have been, the question of how a President of pay growers .
or they wouldn't do it. They
the United States who may be unable "to discharge should be able to top
the duties of said office" ,can be legally off a hog, from 120 Ihs.to about *.
succeeded by the Vice President returns inevit- 225 using about five bushels of

ably to public attention. The Congress, ''which corn and about 40 Ibs. of supple-

shoved aside this legislative foundling (overlooked ment, at a cost of approximately Never before so much spirit space

by the Constitution) during its last session, $8.25. e .
"" ,
will fincfthis baby back in its lap come January "<# *
Since the "no fence' law ,went .. ,
7; The firm denials of Press Secretary'Hagertythat ,_ :
into' effect we've noticed a vast .
the President has any thought of resigning improvement in the cattle herdsin !
in Station
only make the'problem more'intense. this county. When we first and splendor wagons

In spite of White House denials, however, we came here nine years ago mostof
consider it entirely possible that if the President the cows were of the piney .;.' .. .

himself is convinced that his health will not woods or scrub variety, and if .: : ..- ,
they didn't cost much to feed, ', i: ,
him his
again permit to give office and the Amer- !
ican people the exhausting labor it and they they didn't bring good prices on 3 lOVMIUCED COMMUTERS-NEW MARAUDER ENGINEs_Gone is that sluggish --' .?.':.t K:, .
the market for their calves. !, '. ,, "truck" feeling often associated with station wagons. 'All 1958 /1/' .
have to he 'will retire.
require At least
grown Now, in the short time we've ; ; ., .'
.. J *' 3 Mercury wagons have entirely new Cool-Port r'Marauder V-8 engines. ;-, .,, .
that'was his campaign pledge. been here, all that is changedand .'; ., this series your choice of 2- and 4-door, 6and 9-passenger models. -fIn .*:} ."*:'; '.
Such action would, of course, solve the.' immediate upbreeding with Brahman, t? :

crisis. But it would still leave the nation Hereford or Angus bulla has J .:

unprotected in a vital area during the years to, brought about. almost. a miracle. -' .

come, as the President, himself, has warned. It ;. ;.:
Back in the old days, we're --.
is the stern and unavoidable duty of Congressto '
told, catlemen carried off three of'
resolve this question' once and for all in the! four
or year old steers to mar- ,_:i
session immediately ahead. .!

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b1iters / : $' .-
Be ,On GuardIt's /:; :. ;

sad but true that many elderly people seem .-.'>j.. /* ',
to be for ';':- L .
easy prey flimflam artists Most of WHEN .' "<. If-: *
them, having led honest and useful lives themselves ." :-l?, i j; 2 VOYAGE S- ANT 17.4 CU.: FT. CAPACITY-Carry Up to
accept everyone at his face value, and : ''"-.',* ." A-: << H ton of cargo. Big M wagons have. the longest;

never suspect that the smooth-talking stranger :',: ; }> widest cargo area of them all.2and 4-door,6-passenger
NEEDOFA rA., models and a 4-door, 9-passenger modeL
isn't just as nice as he sounds and looks. IN

Through misplaced trust,. many of our older J--5-t f t -*

citizens are being gypped, by one scheme or another t" f II .. ,? ;
out of money they badly need. Instancesof ; ,'

this have happened right here in Bradford F i'} 'S .4 r ,: \/ Z N

County in recent months. 1 J f d4 ;yin
Then there is the case of an 85-year-old of'".. i
woman ; '0 i ,
u14! in Wilmington, Delaware. An unknown man' ; :.:

stopped at her house and said he ,was a "de I LOANLlPlb' I

tective from the Social Security office" and 1 1I'
wanted to ask some questions about a govern- H \ tc S t-S-'SSS t rr7r i rI,;, 1I 1i i

ment check she had just cashed at a store.. I
Never V ,. I Ii It
doubting the man's story, the woman

answered his questions freely. Then the man ask- i t -, s" y I II

ed to see the cash from the check. When she

handed him the $28 she had received he said he I "

wanted to take the bills back to the store and i qn S w o Y -

check the serial numbers. When the woman j"t I i y ,

agreed, the man left with the money and, of $6. tt'' .I x

course, still hasn't returned.Of r- V't
THE COIONY AWCTHE ULTIMATE W lUXUlY-The,ttost-beautiM station
course, there is no such thing as a social I
"detective." The'.work ,. .. .... wagon you can buy Big, bold"hand80ine lines plus a luxurious limousine LUDA
security of investigatingclaims ,-;..' ride. Available in 4-door, 6-passenger and g-passenger. nwxjela '
is always done by field representativeswho seeLOCAL z"': ....: I Ij
spend a good share of their time in Social\ ;
i So spacious almost hold.a.,dance in this year's far easier lQadin.T ere's no clumsy tgate to get in the "'
Security offices can
taking applications and doing .... you .
.smart hardtop styling gives you a way.The huge interiors carry more cargo more.easfly.-
other types.of work. So, if a person claiming to Big M.wagons. Their ,
be a Social Security representative comes to your FINANCE -. 1 '- wide-horizon view all around.+ 'Wha( more, with all their more people more comfortably-than ever.befbrel Come I

door, ask him to show his identification card. If : ; good looks, .there-has.never been i nore practical car. in and fall! in love with a Mercury station wagon. Believe 'it; ;
he doesn't have one be on guard. .., I ;1. The bactwindow slides down neatly into, the tailgate'for us, here is a wonderful romance that will last, and .last! ; ::" I

Better still: be on ,guard when and if -
any '
stranger ,asks to let him (or her) dp anythingWith COMPANY .:: .. :' :: E..r.'G i-:;; ;

that will take it out of : __ ..SPORTSCARPiaiT, __
your .
money your -. 'f 7 -.t; $<" ,.
sight. Once it's chances M"1 E--Reu RV. .Thr 58 v'i'
gone' are you'll never WlTHUMQUSINE t R10E 1i; ''
see it again.. ;
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-' 'Of- T Jacksonville.; Irr .\ Mr, and Mrs M. L. McDaniel 1 Er C. Harvey" jfkeksowrffle were
'E z I I a trip Nathan starling: -- In" Ocala. Karen-'Burney I week.
I.nm.mmm.yn have just returned from '* had as ,Thanksgiving guests Mr 1 visitors of Miss Clark! last
; to Ohio', and Mrs. Annie Stevens. Miss Diana Bennett of the 'Mrs. Lois Hanson and son of Hughey Kith Waldrott spentthe. .TTTTTTORTH and Mrs. Erby Smith, Mrs. :May Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns, had
weekend and' Mrs.
R of Farm the weekend Jacksonville, }lr. and Mrs. E. :,/Mr Tip
State spent and
rtctinsf were 'Sunday. dinner ,guests Walker and Children Mrs. J, S. :as Thanksgiving guests Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearce.J. with Misses Jrdy .and Brenda C..,Johns..and6son"Ronald, Kim- Courson :ia .J ae1tsariville.. fjfttJ stpaw Crosby all of Tallahassee, Mr. :Mrs. Vernon Johns andlf amily, Mr
'- Bennett brell and Miss Bessie Lee Dukesof :Mr. and Mrs. Horace Williamsand By !. arl. > ; U)1
By Bin. Joyce T. IbtchaAr111UAAUUauu.auai B. Kirklana and family of and Mrs..N. S. Sutton of Live Oak ,and Mrs. Azure Johns'and fagr
Starke visited the Arvis Kirk- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wain- Starke lead Thanksgiving dinner family Jacksonville were 'I .. .....&.. & Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bombusuto, and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Collins' ,and.
lands on Thursday eveinng. wright and oo.by'or ,Waycroas .witlr, the Earl Mosley family. Sunday dinner guests of the children Mr. and :Mrs. Whip,Ra- family, Mr. and Mrs.Elzie Di liaL1.
spent the Thanksgiving holidays Mrs, Clara Bennett of Miami Rowell Prevatta..Jtfr. ::. '.,The'NorthSide'WMU""met'!on- cine, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Walker and family, E. C. Harvey and self;
Mr. and Mrs. T. L Casey and spent
daughter were Thanksgiving; Miss: Jo Ann until Wilkerson in with Mr, and Mrs. T,. 1... Wainwright .- spent Thanksgiving day with and'Mrs.: ., Andrew Wilkerson day night in,the church, W# will and children ,of(Jacksonville, .and Eddie. Mr. and.Mr*JE from Thursday Sunday ; her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete and- family had1as. Thursday' observe this week;Deo 2-7'as a Mr. and Mrs. Merrill ,Whitaker; of and family .of Baldwin ,Mr. ,aDd
holiday guests, of Mr. 'and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.
Jacksonville with The Leon Brewers of Keystonewere Crawford.-. ,:Mr. and Mrs.' J. B. 'gUeSts thelrS: James, and Starke Mrs. L B. Thompson' and Ben,
-fot-'Foreign -
J. W. Thomas and son in Hen- V. D. Dickerson.Mr. Week of'Pra ,
Sunday guests of Mr* .,and Crawford and son, Bobby Lee,' famfy and Sunday _Mr. and Flowers and vases were donatedto Blaine, and Mr. and Mrs.. Harold
dersonville, N. C. and Mrs. Clyde Griffith : v sions at the church At 7:30..Please,
Mrs. A.. Ji: Crawford And ,family returned home with, her for the l Jlrs. Jimmy Griffis and son of ,the church by Mrs. G. C. Crewsof Alvarez and family- ,
Shuford and Dave and Mrs. M. Griffith of Mac- with .
Mrs. John JOin:in and pray US.; i .
weekend. Stuart ,
H. Harper and familyof E. C. Harvey of Jacksonvillewas
visited Mr. and Mrs Phil Shu- clenny had Thanksgiving dinner Mrs.Kingsley L. Lake, Mr, and Mrs. Miss .Edna Carter of Clay HOI J Cnv,1l1eMiS.? Bock .and son;. Mrs. The. Brotperhood: meeting was I Danny Bennett spent the weekend a dinner guest of .the. .,G. I:.
ford and their new baby daughter with, Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffis .,Daisy -
and sons.Arthur. Truman Norman and sons, -and spent the weekend with Miss Nellie Wilkerson,, Andrew and held last"Tuesday night at the- I with his aunt Mrs. G. L. Sapps last Friday.
{ Friday.
in on
Moorhaven the J.. C. Prevatt famOy.of Ocala! Dora Lee. Carter. i Miss Buna .Wilkerson attended church,.,with !a:,.wpnderful! : time, off Sapp. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and! .

Mrs, Nancy Keene has been and in Billy Jacksonvillewith Redding .Visited Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Pre ,Dr. 'Frank Morris of Keystone funeral services for; Mrs. Effie llo ship.fpr..a ", > Mr. and Mrs. Reese Scott spent Mrs. Calvin, Hall were .Mr. and,

visiting her granddaughter, Joan : spent Saturday Horace Red- vatt, over the weekend. Mrs. Height ,attended services at theMethpdisthurch Ingli'sh ,,at Glen!,,St. Mary. on Sun Rev. Davidson' Jacksonville from Wednesday to Sunday; in Mrs. A. W. Brown and children
and Mrs.
and Mrs. Mr.
Ellen daughter .Meeting'last es-
We4 Fernandina with Mrs. Scott'smother
confined to her bed led.Prayer
is ;
Prevatt andwas daY Hardenbrook 'and
on Sunday ,
John Anderson, in Jacksonville. ding. Billy remained until .Sun- day night Rev. McAllister\ Mrs. Cora Bell Jones. ;Mrs. Jerry
'Mrs\ Keene and the Allen Harts day afternoon. with flu. the,dinner guest of Mr. and': Mrs. .J.: .0} Pr: "l le and familyof thought.the Sunday t morning; and, children, Mrs. Lucille Rowe, Mr.
: Miss Eva Clark and Mrs Reed
spent?: Friday evening with the Mrs. Erlie Padgett and Gloria Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hauler- Mrs. Jack Estes. Palatk R'o 1t the weekend Evening, messages-. "; .. ;.. ... i. and Mrs. Carl Brown ,and children i r-
Faulkner of Lake
and Mr.
In ,
and daughters were r City
Ezell .Wises in Macclenny.Mr. visited Mr. and Mrs. Lige Douglas son Bobby Davis of St. Petersburg with' 1\Irs..D tGrffi3! DonniePiing'.e..spent Mr. and Mrs. Phil "Brbvhx
mont. on Thursday for..a Visit with, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. :Manus Griffis, and Mrs. G. L. Sapp were Sunday!
and :Mrs. Edward Manning in Lake Butler on Saturday. I spent Thursday Wednesday daughter of1 'Virginia, 'Mrs..
I with their son, Marklee, and night of Palatka were Miss and d
Dora Clark.
and Mr.
family guests of
and' of Rafuse and Joan. jMr
family were in Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hart i Mrs. L.'P. Ritbd
wife at the home of Mr. and 1 with her cousins, Maxme and Thursday I dinner guests of Mrs. and Mrs. G. C. Crews of Stuart, Mary Brown, and Mrs. ,
s last weekend for u visit with Jacksonville spent Saturday and and Mrs. Harold Norman
Mrs. Roberts.Mr. ; Elaine Redding.; :. ;, Nellie Wilkerson: Rev. Bullard and son, James, and Sasser.
Mrs. Emma Glover. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Quincy and sons were in Miami from ". ,
j A choir consisting of the following Rosier. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Friday until Sunday .for a visit ,- -'- .

l people from Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. O. J.,. Norman Daytona had Thanksgiving din- with Mr and Mrs. Leon Norman. "".. : :& AI
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Dees, Mr. and family had Thanksgivingdinner \ ner with Mr. and Mrs. L.S.. Little Mike Norman remained

; and Mrs. J T. Anderson and fam- with Mr_ and Mrs. Laurie Tanner and ,family. Mrs. Tanner for a longer visit' with his grand:

rily,- H.. D. ,Smith..Mrs. H..S. Til-! Carter and family in Jacksonville I and children went home withthem : parents. ,. JUST 1OOKAT

lis and .son, and Mrs.. L. Dees Ronnie Norman stayed for a visit and returned Mrs. Ed Carter had as Sunday THESE Grocery Values at A&P !

rendered several numbers at the with the Carters until Sunday. home "Saturday.Miss guests Mrs. .Christobet t. Valenti

'First"Baptist Church Prevatt Anderson spent .. .. .. ___
on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Leonard : Gloria and Mr. and Mrs..Nick ,Pope of
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evening. and family visited Mr and Mrs. from Wednesday until Sunday Jacksonville.Dr. .. t .
William Smith of Mandarin Tom Norman and family in with Mr. and Mrs.! R."J. Corny Hutchinson of the Math "Super-Right"; Sugar cured( fancy Breakfasf -

visited ,the. Melson Privetts on Macclenny on Saturday, and Mr. wall in Jacksonville. Department of the University J,of .. ,," .

Sunday, I and Mrs. Waver Griffis in Max- Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville Florida. -'was: .the. guest_ ,speaker|
;. Thanksgiving dinner: guests of I ville on Sunday. was', the weekend guest at the: Methodist Chucrh on .Sunj j V .a

Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders were Miss Helen Pick was the Saturday I of her parents, Mr. and Mf!. H. day. / s SLAB BACQN! 9!

} Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins overnight guest of }Miss C. Hailey. Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Kelly and

and family of Jacksonville and Bettie Carter in i Starke.- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crews son David, were Thanksgivingdinner t<,

Mr and Mrs. James Anders of Friends ,of Bill Pendarvis whois and daughter of Raiford spent guests of Mr. and Mrs. f'\\ .

Palatka. a patient in an Augusta hospital Thursday with Mrs. Commodore Frank Jones and family in Keystone ,

Ray Reddish of the Universityof will be glad; to know that Crews and daughters. Heights. :..",. .. It 41"..... \& .

Florida spent the long week- he spent the wE'ekendith his Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand Mr. and. Mrs. J. E. Warren had Crosse and Blackwell THIN SLICED SUPER.RIGHT 1

epd with his parents Mr. and family here. family of Jacksonville visited .- as. .Thursday dinner, guests Mrs. 4 vFIG -' .
.Mrs. Bryant Reddish. The Red- The Lee Green family had as Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilliard Victor Appleby ,and, family, .and y

dishes had as Friday overnight Thursday evening dinner guests! and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Warrensof I II DATE OR j

Jones of Belle Glade. Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Preston Green Bradley and family of Kingsley
had J. Eunice and son. Miss; Geneva Lake. -
Miss!'! Linda Knight as S. and son returned last week froma -
Sunday guests! !' Miss Rosemary!' Green; went home with the trip to Melbourne. West Palm Mrs. Bennett Wilkison is in .

Sheetz of Jacksonville!'! Tommy Olson for a visit. Miss Jeanette Beach lfiamiand Key West. Jacksonville, for, a visit with 'her PLUM- PUDDING I Y

Wilds!' Steve Schmidt, and Jerry Green went for her on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Edward Beebe was a son-in-law and daughter;Mr.,: and ,' : ,

Graham of Fernandina. and Mrs. Marcus Griffis business visitor to Bartow, and Mrs. John ,Napier, and new baby .. ,
Miss!'!!' Mary Julia Futch of Tal- i of Lake Wales spent from Wed- Lakeland on Saturday. daughter., C .
lahassee nesday until Sunday with Mr Hiatts the ,
spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore hadas ,The Clyde spent '
her mother Mrs. Joyce Futch and Mrs. 'Harry Wilkerson and Saturday guests 'Mrs., Billy weekend at their place on Crystal -

and family. Miss Jackie Hobbsof daughter! and the Mann Griffis Torode of ,Gainesville and on Lake. ]13oullceeau 49ca s
Starke returned to Tallahassee family. :Monday Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Harley 'Waldron ?
with "her on Sunday after- Mr. and Mrs. James Padgettof Wildwood. of Jacksonville spent Thursday! '
I and daughter of .... .
noon.Mrs Jacksonville spent Sunday I Mrs.\ Elizabeth Tatum of :University with. the. Donn .family at. ,.the .
Mary Reddish was the' with Mrs. Katie Padgett and the of Florida spent the home of 'Mrs. Senie Prevatt.: h ....

Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. Eve Harry Wilkersons. holidays with her parents. Mr. Miss Gloria Wilkerson: of 1 r t

Godwin and Harold in Starke. Mr. and Mrs Paul Bennettand and Mrs. T. W. Tatum. Jacksonville spent the weekendwith .

Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Shuford daughters had Thursday Mr. and Mrs. James Waters the Bennett' Wilkerson 'famfly JANE PARKERFruit :.
and Mrs. Sam Hicks had Sunday dinner with the George Kerseysin :
as and sons spent Sunday with Mr. < it I
guests Mr.: and Mrs. Leslie Starke. The R. L. Bradleys and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham Jimmy Eunice of Middle Georgia Cake ;. ... p; ,
Sweat and daughters of Max- visited the Kerseys on Sunday. in Maxville. i College, Cochran.Ga.., spent' << .

ville, t& 44d -.. Ct*MK >*d'V Miss Gloria' and Betty Craw-: Guests, of rJ'Sl.; Effie',, Miner ,file :weekend: :with, hi&'ltDarents.: 1. .. ,,, .. f fir' 1.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Tony ford of Jacksonville spent'the during the weekend were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold .Eunice .and MIR ?i FRUITS AND NUTS!

Gonzalez of Starke will be Interested weekend with their parents, Air. Mrs. Frank Wells and daughterof his grandmother, Mrs Selma' .. .
to learn that Tony will and Mrs. Jack Crawford.' Lt>esbur and Miss Mary.Ann Eunice. :The J. -S. "Eunices the OAF I 3-lB. KING j 5-l| IING

be ordained into the Gospel Rev. Geo. Chism of Moniac Motes of Gainesville.) Brad :-Nortons, Mrs. Selma

Ministry at the Peniel Baptist Ga conducted services at the Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Wells Eunice and."mv' had Thanksgiving 35 .

Church in Palatka on Sunday, home of Mrs. St>'nie Prevatt on of Mobile, Ala spent. Thanks-; dinner with. Jthe.Harold [ Fancy Large "ijed. Delicious". ,

Dec 8, at 3 p. m. Sunday afternoon. giving holidays with Mrs. Mae Eunices.- .. .

Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Thompson Wells and Mrs."Martha Bales and Mrs. Steve Starling and' family i -,. t- J
and grandson Wayne visited Mr. of Ocala were Thanksgivingguests daughters. and Mrs. Ray. Hosier!'! and? f
and Mrs. Shad Thompson in of the R. C. Bryants. ''Mr. and 'Mrs. Fred Moore'and family, spent rom Wednesday. Your Choice! Ann Page ,Apple or APPLES

Lake! Butler last Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higgin- family enjoyed a Thanksgivingday until Friday with Mr..and Mrs..;
and Mrs. R. W .Sapp and botham and daughter of Maxville family reunion at the homeof Dewey Price -in Plant City. '

daughter of Jacksonville, who spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr., and Mrs.. David Boyer The Roy Griffis family had :as .
Sunday, guests, Marvin Thorrtp*, __ :;: :: I ,

son Griffis and and,Mr. and daughter Mrs of qeorge' .New. U C

"- m River. '. ; -3-1c 5 {9R12oulleegIasses :d '

., Miss Elizabeth;:Terry and sister 2 -- ;; I
Mrs. Caudia" ;of 4 aci\ I
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.M a d Gainesville were' in Tallahassee ..I
,, : z from Thursday until Saturdayfor I

/ / a visit with Mr. and ,Mrs.iJ.: .
P. Wyrick.hey ,also visited : ,1. '

., .. Mrs. Blanche Terry in Fqrt Ann Page 'Tender: Cooked. Golden Yellow, Firm, Ripe
h, White and Mr. and Mrs. J.: W. .. l I ...

Terry in ,Lake City while away.

Jt .. .r ba Mis. A. H. Harley spent -.tireThanksgiving
if rs3 It holidays' with Mr. PORK & BEANS BANANASlpouqd
Cw : ,
a o and
," tV and ;Mrs.' .Nelson ;, '; ,
sons in Jacksonville. (

Li (tjJ 4j their The monthly Methodist WSCS Ladiesheld meeting at .
.. % 3 cans 35c lb. IOC
-S the home of Mrs. R. E. Lee 'on : ,
with tine -
Monday afternoon .
ON THE FAMOUS president; Mrs George W. R o- ,

bert 4 in charge: Mrs. Roberts -_ .
e .. . I
entitled I
gave the' program *

lh lf rLl @a Leeserved"Methodist"on the delicious March.refre" Mrs.h-' ." :: Jane, Parker"Old. Fashioned Goodness

ments to the following lads: .. <<
Mesdames A. H. Harley Sr., ltiti, : '.\ ,
.. ,, 1., \
,, .fcert Priest.P. L. Dinkins, H.:C. : ,.' ..., .: i' .
Key H. C. Wainwright, and' ,)' '" / A. P.P. 39 t

Mrs. Roberts. ,_ ;;: : :

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips of .
PLYCTIRES Miami, and Mrs. Alice Jones,,:of -. I
the O. J. Phil- .
Therpssa-visited; "
family on Friday. "
lips t
1 i wereMr.. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins : : .< Cresimoni .: : Mild and Mellow ,CoffeeEIGHT I

TERMS AS LOW AS $1.25 PER WEEK' 1 "Thanksgiving{ guests of Mr. . ,' '' .
Horace Cox and visited : -
1 t and Mrs. .' : : > .
: their daughter Adel Dinkins i(Jinth -

f RIDE IN SAFETY AND' hospital. The Dinkins' grand-I : (::1 O'CLOCK
ATLAS P/yeron son tame home ., has enrolled- at Bradford High -I_ 4 > l .
Cushionaire PAY AS YOU RIDE! I
School. Lb
ice ream"- I
America's haed amest. .. rmtaRatm I i> ( 1 Bag
most MOde tire' Guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. -W.. :

.. Qantninnng.streamlined. :'.\ Roberts on Thanksgiving day .. .
If your tires arc smooth, or have risky cuts or bruises, I were Mr. and ,Mrs. Vernon Sill ox '-"" y .- I Ii, I

dorft take a chance! Piay it safe, and let us.equip; ... and David of -Starke, and )it. .. $$2.13 73'
_j////// and Mrs. George Roberts and : 'c '"
your car with'a set of new ATLAS Plycron Cushion-, T ,
Ricky of Gainesville.Mrs.
1-2'AL .
ATLAS .aires or ,AiLAS Grip-Safe Tires-the tires that ire O. J. Phillips and Danny : ." 69: . f

Grip-Safe >guaranteed by Standard Oil, and nationally .known. were of 'ili-.Saturday, and: ilrs..overnight Leslie, Philips gu pta '" : ..... ... .., .... .,. .... ."' .. .-. .< *, i, I

Tops i, i,il< l and : foe safety, long life and economy! .._ Pay as you and ,family .in, Callahan. j-: :. .. : .. ... '." '" Sultana Short. Grain
I tcoaomy.Guaranteed : .. -
by Standard OU tide convenient budget terms -*- 'Mr; and Mrs: HUb rt Priest _- .:. .
on'our __ 1.
2 Co ,.' . and family were Thursday jgufsts . ..' S : C.larlr.
.. '
: . SEE US FOR BARGAINS "_. : of Mr.* and Mrs. P. H. DaYt. !l ,- -
.Iff :
Cedar Key, and.oii Sunday they FANCY HI C.E
visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sum ;
'. :MissLita'' Futch.*spent the -
g .,-- Larftr plates i.d ,. "- 4i ,. r weekend with :Mr. and.Mrs. Le(
ptr..ter.Fait,sire protection starts-. : : SERVICE L fl STATION : Sauls in Hampton. I; : < 4llTcalKSt ,, 3 pound bagI 39

la MI __ .. .3trs..Ge4r8ja.PPYra_ ;a! -. : 4 t Starke, Florida
guests during the weekend Mr,
,and Mrs. Everett Burney aw! -

son,.' Bill, and granddaughter, I
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Norman..Allen to, Wed Christmas: ;; program S.: w. E. DuBose Pies; Social SecurityA

Lake City Teacher liven[ At\:Meeting '.. ____ representative of the Gaines
1tw si ResidentWillis
Qf Junior Women King ey ville Social Security office will be
___ in Starke at the .Court House at
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Miss Louise Stern presented aChrirbnas 4-H Ezekiel DuBose 79, of 9:30 a.m., 'on Thursday, Dec. 12,
Lake died in local hospital for the of
Kingsley a purpose conductingsocial
program in story and
Monday morning following security business..
song at the rnber'meeting
an extended illness.A Persons who desire to make application -
Gladys Mooty 7 of the Junior Woman's Club Girl N ; *1
.-1_ _....,...,.,.....,...,.,. .. -s-I---._ ; Monday'night Mrs.. R.:S. Mullins 'S 4 native of Columbia County, for social security retirement -
Mr. DuBose was a retired automobile or.survivors benefits,

Altar. Society Holds Seniors' Moms Set tIfrL acted as" narrator--. with a chorus "Wins tb mechanic. His parentswere secure social security account
of club members Ringing .Christ .. the late Samuel Wiles and numbers, or' get any other social
Christmas J PartySt. : Sale, Turkey ShootThe 21I mas carols: Mrs. Randal F..Chit- Susan Pinkston DuBcse. security information are invited to

I ty as soloist A' Christmas treeon Top iNi Survivors are his wife Mazelle see the representative at the timeof
EdwanTs: Altar Society regular meeting of the *
the' stage was decorated: by ,c DeBois .DuBose; three' daughters, his visit.
had .a Christmas party Tuesday newly organized Mothers of BHS Lorraine Priest ,Janice Vickers! Mrs. Claire M. White of West

evening/at the Hall for their regular Seniors Club was held Tuesday Rose Marie Starling, Jane: ..Adms State Palm Beach Mrs. Kathryn. M. UAVB

December 'meeting.The evening of last week in the and Dorothy Mixori who also : .' __ Kynes and Mrs Rhona L. Cole- p :*t YOUR

Hall "wart decorated In theChristnlas Methodist Fellowship Hall witha sang several carols yitii. .Dorothy :- man, both 'of Miami; two sons, WATER

motif; complete witha good representation of the Mixon as soloist ward S John Willis DuBose'of West Palm PIPES
white'. Christnm. :tree with blue parents attending. Preceding the program a.. deli -., f., : Beach 'and Wiles"Duke'DuBose of l I CHECKED

light bulbs. .''During the evening During the business meeting it ious tuffet supper was served Jacksonville; a brother, I. W.' Du NoW FORWINTKR
Bose of Jacksonville; hii stepmother ""u: I'
members exchanged gifts. was decided to hold a bake and by the hostesses for the evening: :__
Mrs. Annie DuBose of
During the business meeting gift sale Saturday morning, Dec. Mrs. P. G, Felos, chairman, Mrs. Providence, Fla.? four sisters, Installation and Service
further ,plans. were made for the 7, at 10 o'clock at the Florida D. L. Thomas, Mrs. James Grover : '
Cox and Miss" Demonstration
Marilyn (right). DorothyRoss, Home Mrs. Alice DuBose. Watkins of Of
roast, beef dinner being servedto Bank corner; It was also decided Mrs. Glenn'Conner, Mrs. C.);). All Types
Agent read the .certificate received recently by Marilyn which Worthington Springs Mrs. Bessie
the public i Thursday eventug. to hold a turkey shoot, with Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Meitz- Plumbing & Heating
Owen 'Mrs. Ray .Taylor, MrsvW.: announced her as a winner of the 4.H State Award in Bread Demon.. Davis and Mrs. Annie Mae Andrews
Senior boys and their fathers in ler. of Nicholson Misa.. announce S. McAliley, and Mrs. Elden both of Jacksonville, and
} stration.' Marilyn won the.award; a $50 Savings Bond, on her project
charge on Saturday, Dec. 21, at the engagement' and approaching Mathews. The serving table .helda Mrs. Armontine 'Williams of GNA N N

Masons'To MeetA the Perry Kite farm. marriage of' their daughter, centerpiece of Santa and reindeer la yeast breads.. U_ ., Gainesville; 14 grandchildren and PLUMBING
will be held Jeanette Faye,. of Lake. City, to -- :14 i greatgrandchildren.Funeral CO.llS' .
The next meeting holding'red ,carnafjona .with
regular meeting of Bradford at 7:30 o'clock Dec. 10. Norman Allen of Starke, son of a red .and, white'.. otL. ',Wild Chase Leads To City Court' services were held at Court Street

Lodge No ,35, F'.& AM. will be Mr. and Mrs. Howell Allen, of An orientation hour for new I 3 p.m. Wednesday In;the Old Providence PHONE 514J

held Monday: .Dec. 9, at 7:30: p. Little WomenThe Dunnellon.The wedding. will take place members was: held and each new Sentence Of $203 Fine 'Or 39 DaysA with burial Church in the hear church Providence cemetEry Night Call Collect 2896
member with
m. In addition to routine busi- was presented a
January 1 at 2:30: p. m in the under the direction of De- Keystone Heights
ness the annual ,election of officers Little Women's Club will First Baptist Church of Nichol- corsage and name card as 'she year-old man was sentenc dent after no testimony could be Witt C. Jones Funeral home.

'will be held. All members meet Monday night In the club arrived.. Honored.. -- during the. ed by Mayor W. T. Jackson :Monday produced to counter his claim that -

are urged to be present and visit- house. SW Ann Smith will be in son.Miss evening were. : Miss Barbara to fines totaling $203 or 39 the'light ,was green. .

ing Masons are welcome.1fiii charge of the program, and hos- Meitzler is a teacher in Spencer Mrs., Bob 'Morris, Mrs. days in. the city jail after: he was 'Pee'was involved in an accident ALVAREZ' Men's Clothing E

tesses will be Virginia Darby, the elementary school system at James Bloodworth, Mrs., Paul .D. I found guilty. *of four traffic at th *intersection of Walnut and I STORE i Established 1894

Susie Wait, Jean Dugger, Vivian Lake City and Mr. Allen is Carter,,Mrs. J:..G.,Wood.. Mrs. S. charges,which grew out,of a wild Madison streets. The other driver il

\ k'iiciI ; r Garcia, and Linda Gaskin The market manager of the Winn E. Sbuman"Mrs.- Ym. D. Smith" ,'* early morning chase' :through' city involved in.the wreck, Mrs.

;-. meeting date has been changeddue Dixie.Store. in Starker Mrs. Sam"Zack, Mrs. Jack Griffin I streets. [ \ Katherine} Sparkman' of Michigan,
r.fP Mrs. The roan Earl Ernest Strick forfeited $27 on a charge of reck- <,
dk shel 'Y to basket ball season. Mrs: Warren WTnkler, ,
land, was foimd not on a
Three 'guilty less driving.
Youngsters Duncan ,
A Wendell ..Mrs... Harry
T ; deserves: fifth'charge, driving'while intoxi STROBO'S'GARAGE
Celebrate rod, Jr., and Mrs. Dolph ReddiSh Norman Jackson, Negro was
Birthdays cated.
thc'c. I' found riot guilty of breaking and
;! "fnet'/ *. .3- Short Cuts Wayne Blankenship celebratedhis Members, 'brought Christmas The two charges Florida had Highway been broughtby Patrol- His entering'landlady and lola disorderly Little conduct.testified I. IJ .

I eighth birthday anniversary gifts' to' b sentto ,the Sunland men, Reed Harrell and J. .M. Hal- lock
that' Jackson had broken a
Wednesday afternoon of last Training Center .Gainesville.. : .. liz, who began chasing Strickland and lived, for'a 'week in a- room! & RADIATOR SHOPHave
.f7. week when he entertained 26,of ,Mrs. Joseph D. Warren, social when he sped past them as they which she' had locked him out of'

To HealthA his boy friends at a hamburger chairman,..reminded members 'of were checking the weights of because of :non-payment of: rent. : Your Radiator Checked And

INTUIOOC1NO DIAMOND lINGS fry at- his home on N. Church the. semiforrna4.'dinner dance to trucks .on north Temple avenue. Jackson denied that he broke

'J'J street. be held at the Club House Sat I' City policemen later joined the the lock. The mayor said that Anti-Freeze Installed

man 43 years of age had suffered The' boys played baseball and urday, Dec. '7, at 7:30: p. m. for ,chase. since' no evidence was producedthat
'As the result of the
severe headaches colitis and football during the party hours. members and husbands. dates.' and' turning pursuit, Stricklandwas the man broke the lock he -- General Check-Up for Winter--
would have to find him not guilty.
loss of weight for several years. Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr., presi- 15 ,
$77 or days
Then a back injury occurred and Keith Patray' who' was five dent, announced the club will for ;reckless driving, $52 or 10 Two bonds of Raiford$27 each'Tetstone were EXPERT AUTO' REPAIRS' .

he went to a Chiropractor forcorrection. years old, Saturday, celebratedthe enter a float in:the Santa Claus days -tor.'excessive speed, $37, or when forfeited he failed. by to appear'in..court EVERY CUSTOMER MUST BE SATISFIED

While being treatedfor occasion with,a party at the parade Saturday. morning.Mrs. ._ 7 ,days for running stop signs, to answer 'charges of possessing

the back injory he learned home of hia grandparents, Mr. James L. Chitty. Thrift and $37 or: 7'days for running red obscene' literature and Corner
: speeding
Orange Street and
that spinal adjustments could correct and Mrs. L. 0. Hazen Call at Edwards Road
on W. Shop chairman, said that clothesare lights :a;railroad'crossing. Fillyaw said that the obscene .
his colitis and .headaches. lie street. Policeman Carl said PHONES: DAY 471-W NIGHT 471-J
needed' for? the Thrift Shop literature! fell out of Tetstone's
'nt'\ Fe atllre Uek etnter diamond, with, again enjoys robust health and' The 30 invited children enjoyed and anyone may call her at that Strickland.abandoned his car wallefwhen he opened it' to' produce .
Its tem-on-IW Mttini makes It look, makes it point when illness
a the of the.chase and fled
10% .Urpr wd 11% Mn krtlilMt games during the party_hours 503-W and she will :pick them on night I iis'driver's license after be-
:apiMr 'SOI why shell be so strikes to see his Chiropractor on foot and was not arrested until .
S S d"-tht bavt o. MtfsaIurs. and were .given .novelty 'favors up. Workers for the month of ing arrested on the speeding.
praud .
I.' .tocksos.mb1s.: 7s firSt; j Whi Ii' 'they"fisnecT for"'from :a'uishpond. Dcemb er/jre3lrsI i n'y Hatcher he turned himself in.to ci y..poli .eis.week. charge.. '
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':'J. ***.* .
."' : Jr.: 'Mrs. ; bonds'
IUfOC DUll S : Carl'.Roberts-: Strickland. Others- forfeiting were .

; :\., > 9 ojamood PIli tf.o For further. ,Information, .on Mrs...'Don' 'Patray served. her E.: R>, Moenchj--andMrs.-J.-'E.. :; : I (}.rrving "':w ie.. was:intoxicated freed on..charge the George-L.-Ainsworth. $37-improper -I /-HUNDREDS. --
/-SUBS ..
.* problem cases 'Phon .'or Write son's' guests,'ic .-cream, cup' cakes Hardy.. :: I 'aft rit.was,brought ut' that ho passlng'and' Ecele-Redman, $12, .... . .
: ,. '. and punch., i "had -runni11g.a. ed. light. 'S .k
one could testify that' they of details are,managed.and economically .,
eUDGET.'TEtttJ) ; '. __ t. CHristmas.Tea. seen"l him" take or.'drink' or"seen '*'Lawrence, Covington' Negro, / attcnded -
v: Dr. G. Bollinger ; only a-tralned 'and'Careful -
.. AMANCEO.. H.: I Bobby: Sheppard had ta' party 3r hDr drilnk.: '- < was sentenced to five days or $27 .

l*t>.- .i J C .I' for 35 little guests Wednesday Mjasical: lanneid In other cases in-Mayor's.. -Court 'after being found guilty- of'public .. organization"can.Attend. jfheji. .'
v t' v ". a'3- intoxication"He pleaded .not 7f. -Ui.urgented! for-servTEg'-fi "ttr r.
Chiropractor afternoon in celebration 'of. his r 'Monday: f v 1 :- ,,
BULLINGTONStudio fifth : By'Woman's ? 'Luther.Jacksol1' guilty. f .hand: 'S ,
.. N. Walnut St birthday .anniversary. lost"his.driver'si .
"" 42fr ., license -for' .at -least 'ayearand ,' < '
The f Sheppard home 's.i lovply"
on, A Christmas -tea and 'a .
and Gift, Phone 108 Water, street was I decorated in musical' I'program invkeepingrwith. was fined' $52 .after -he was 'con-] Presbyterian Church I
Shop victed-driving while-intoxicated. . '
t' t' the Christmas motif',for: the occasion. the holiday season;-will,,take placeat. !. D.eWITt: 'C. JONES '
Consultation without obligationfP
Policeman Brown testified
Ashley- '

Phone 265 :SfarkeFIa., : .. 00 The youngsters played the./becemb rmCeting'ot the that Jackson drove in pec lip .Friday-AduU'Choir'- practice' 8 --Phone7' S S 'Starke .Fla.

games, and were, given, of Wednesday _
favors Starke..Woman's, Club.on. p.m.Sunday .
majtner. hen : '
the. ,:policemen -Morning- VorshiP...Service -
,. ; I \ candy baskets balloons and afternoon,. Dec. ,11 at 3:30: : EnneraI:Director' .AmbU1an .s
-. .. :were escorting, J bfralack_ > ..o..these .. 'That .They"May.Know"I .l1 ... .. -- .. .i-ri
lJ -'' : ; party-.., .. hats.- .. ..... po/: r' ",. f ;-% o'clock in',the 'ciub-house;' e.of a .slight" 'accident" which. ajn.;'-Winter- rally of -Men" .jof 'S OuI'loClJ'f1mlr: IMBM iubie.
tA' 'Holiday Vacation 'Mrs' ; M; '--H-.7.Sheppard"was'as: TKe-tea'will.-beln'hbhbr: of 1(';. ackson[ had admittedr ''_ .Western.Pistri ...Gaui.esvaie:First .. : Hmcu not itherwiM ayaflabl .' -
sisted in" serving"'and, caring" for L.: F.: Townserid d of'; Jacksonville He jsaid that""Jackson's 'carweavied Presbyterian Church, 3. pvm,; t0 p .

son's ty' Mrs.= Director.and: honbrinr all over the road, 'would 6 -. ,., .. ....... .
: 'For:two"to Nassau and Havana. Ask about it at the her guesls ,J. M. bistVict also, Youth fellowships, p.m.Eve; :-1-: : _I .d '.' I___,_
) : g t'l St"nd'j'e ppear suddenly
V: kers. and .Mrsi: J.. E. rnemrsofthe'club'-and! ning .Worship service! "Becoming
Hardy.wss ; new. We
'.' Branch: the 'South's most tt j Jllgteat. type cenrica at ..4ovntprice
Gainesville' -"- whereyou'fl.find. members ,of* the Junior W maniJ come p'fast behind the police Perfect; ,7:30 p.m ', -aa4
famous'' x. I Grcles'Meet' Cluix, "' ."* car1 and put".on braKeS and other Tuesday":"'Meeting of the circles accept AWr, life! insurance. policy la. force luted bj ..urrOOJJIpaDJ.

> jf 1 a'ntfcs.: 'p pce'Chief W. }L Thorn- of .the Women of the Church and .. u payment in pan or ia tuIl01a i rraenL

,. .. The 'delightful ;musical program ton also testified that believed of the Womenof Consultation carries BO obflgaWnderfuI'WonderfuIGifts'.
monthly meeting
: Circle One..of.the..Flrat Metho- will be under; the.Muslc DeptMpf: '
FREE' E OFFER F ." that.Jackson was too .drunk to the Church, 7:30 p.m.
dist \ SCS met .Tuesd y morn- the :clUb with.: Mrs.'Ll6yd.Green drive.'*
ing at.the home of Mrs. _Robert and ,Mrs. .Levy, 'Ca 1 va':,Sr. ;-in .Jackson pleaded' .not guilty. Be'fore.Ahe..arresl supper meeting, 7 p.m. .
Buy 1, Get 2 -Buy5, Get 10 No. Limit Green with Mm Hogan Smithas charge of :arrangements.- .Several the ,police were Thurday-Junior Choir practice

c co-hostess.. After the business members ,of:the Little' ,Women1* searching for him.for sideswiping 3:30: p.m.

c: MARY CARTER PAINT session presided over by Mrs. E. Club will assist, in serving. parked .car..near .the,.Armory. ,
L. Matthews, -chairman the devotional The police said that Jackson: stop-
Mrs.: 'J. VVKuicaid hostess Bake
And Gift SaleThe
? .. :
-- i them
.- 'JlTS EASY T6: BEAUTIFY!.WITH EXTERIOR was' given by'Miss Amy chairman, will have" $n hercom ped and 'admltt' .near&Vthis.incfdent. the. power. plant to \

Coburn. A program on the.Bibleand mittee. ;Irs..'0. L. Beasley, Mrs; them BHS Senior Mother's club / I'

!tusi during": the holiday A. Z. Adkins,:;Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. and the.other Charge wasjrought' will hold a bake and gift sale \
: ; as a result of the trip
: ,.:: HOUSE E PAINT season Adams was given by Mrs. Carrie J. E.: HUdebran, Mrs. C. J. Houpt, jack to the accident. Saturday morning at 10 oclockat

and Mrs.". Clyde Sinclair. MI ri.: Clyde .Sinclair! Mrs., 1.,,-.It, fra k',Dee' of 'St Petersburgwas '_the Florida Bank corner.. All

After"the closing prayer by 'Mrs. Kite, Mrs.: '.George" 'kopeiouabs, found 'not.:guilty of' running proceeds are for the Seniors' trip

r W. G. .Haile, refreshments were Mrs. W.Eo.Middleton, Mrs. George a red.fight and 'caus g an acci- to Washington and New York.

98. One Freewith each !gal! served Circle by; Two the hostesses.' Patten,-Mrs.. .S.'I",..'Peek, Sr., Mrs., : J

.4. met Monday afternoon L., G. Powell, and Mrs H. L. I -
:PERGALLON .at the.home of Mrs. W. H. Brownlee. XJpurs b.-- '

: CA'RTER Nollman with Mrs. J. H. Fields ,
'" .. presiding in the'absence .of the ., t .. .
2i4 ,N. W. 13th. St. Gainesville,'Fla FR 67588iW chairman, Mrs.- E. K. Perryman. Executive. Board: 'tfIf..kStI-coint!
r-. ,/ After a 's1.to I .: ., : 'AND ;ACCIDENT INSURANCE sill pin ends \\\
: businessmeeting. in handy.find'eblfl \
TbexecutiveLBoard of theFirst .. pencil
-. Mrs. JAck, reading.McComb.:se gave Christmas I the devotional ; ''Baptist' Church: '/,met Tuesday P':.: : ; ::. ',7; .COMPANY ,. point;cas choict. Choice ef of'6posttl \ ,

morning with Mrs. W., B. -
. colon 15.00
story Mrs. O. L. Haynes gave i.- ? '
Mundy' Jr. conducting the ,meet. : . Jacksonville Fla. 5 ,
; CASHABSOLUTELY the'program on Christmas living, ; Aut,>Fil Dlk Pen Stl-with thi
ing. Plans-fpr:a.welcome committee . -. hat fill itself Jrom 1nIc'OIInfo
and refreshments -- pin orient !
were, served '
\ ;,were made and 'the-chairmen :: ", I.. I ft in iht bos*. Fountoin-boj. .
during the social hour. ..
: Three gave.ieports. %"". '. < .. ....... 'W : ..A.nnounces'L: -f, : -5- iuds ink only 4 lill""Ylotfy'1/I j
IH -circle met Monday > S / normoi VSI. .Choke; of point, choice
:. :: ; FREE afternoon at the parsonage with ., ... .. .. .. r '. ,, -' ',.,,- I of color . .. ... $.00'' .

: 'L ...... Mrs- 'Don Kokomo r" as.. hostess. BrownieScouts" : .-. .' 'The 'Removal of its Starke OfficeS :

The business meeting "" ;
presided :
t. ; The Brownie-Scoulsiwill: 4o'is'r'P.
,: 'meet
.,. ,' ;"..*... 'tTOrtOCAli_ '. CUSTOMERS 'ONLY ovre: by Mrs. Lloyd Green,. chaIr- nen Tuesday''afternoon Dee. 10,i ,'. : ..' *. .," : .
i' man, was followed by the Christ 3:30o'clock. '' : : FROM '120 N.. COURT STREET '. :
'AT.DODD'S.SUNOCO.SERVICE: at. 'at the home of ..' "
1 "H\r\ : k i. :" .. : mas story given by ,Miss Kate their'leader-: Mr J. D. Warren.. : : '. 5'' To : '
Struth. Mrs. ,
served. "
.. :
;:December 24th 2KK) P M S I' .
-- refreshments to .
the 13 members -
.c. Guild lJiiitD[ -. .. 129 .S. WALNUT STREET

,Many\ ,O ier Valuable- Prizes See Us For Details'DODD'S present.. : ,

'.. ,"-- The' Wesley' Service Guild, The Charley E. Johns Insurance Building .
First ., .
Baptist WMU ; -
Unit 2, wiU meet4, next Tuesday

: Holds Luncheon Meet evening at .7:3&>*o'clock 'at ,the -'i: S. S :" .
COMPLETE LINEr 0.l use WKW Peckel ..SttBtawfiful
f home of },{ ."'Louis>,Hillendahl 'S -
Tkrtod lh,point /I ; 4..p.1oAt4'Itter
.. \
t' ; i I .A luncheon meeting was held with .Mrs.-- E. 'Wf Mathews' as'co-- 1 Please Present- .AH Payments I'-and Claims To ', $f Jour cholc S brook fen and matching fish*

"'E'. CARRY: .'LIFETIME. MUFFLERS at noon Tuesday by.the: ,First.Bap hostess.. ','. s L5. ,:.. .. ( .. ...Woth.bonsl. f t Pencil.,Gleaming metal cops.
:i':' S' ...- '.; tiat: WMU with; the DOra' Alder- -- .' New Location \, /' Gift boxejl . ||.7{ '

'.. r41rPIPESBRAKE, PARTS IGNI"TTION man Circle In charge of the luncheon WSC'SC.' te: : : S .. S -5' '. .
f ,5
,.. '.;, ', S Give them an EsterbrooktWs Christmas. _
and decorations which carried : \,414-- --' -
: PARTS;- BATTERIES -' SPARK out ,the Christmas theme. Circle: (.:of Jthe'1I'ii' :Methodist; : .;i'". INDUSTRIAL; UFE- ACCIDENT one of many beautiful pen and.pencil.sets** )i

H :PLUds'.- ANTI-FREEZE.- SHOCK Mrs. W, n.., Mundy Jr.. presidedove WSCS' win 'aeeV in the .Fe1 :t. s'prr : :' ,, :or marvelous desk pen set.: All"will be" :: .1
ABSORBERS : the .event- ship' Hall on,,Tuesday, i>e .)ip, AND : ) -. presents f eaSier/'smooth r writing, because. .

:The Helen :Master Circle had at"S'p.'n Hostesses"wiirfce' : S : ;:
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I'I'r (tI Mrs. W., J. Dodd and daughter "Mr.'and'Mra. Joe Montfeth and Judge( ands "E.-K. Ferryman Miss June Harding of Atlantawill Mr. and :Mrs. Drew Ratliff adn I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph' Cox and

I I Ij Mrs. John B. Sapp of Daytona son .Davey, of Jacksonville were spent ,the long weekend in spend next week with her son, Mike returned Sunday from !1 family of Livepak fpent

j. Beach went to,, Live Oak Sundayto Sunday dinner guests of Mr.; .- and Miami with Mrs. C. .F. Sayles parents Mr. and Mrs. T. B two weeks visit in ,Dallas, Texas I Thanksgiving dajr 'with Mrs. D.

get Bobby Dodd who had Mrs., G.'. J, rMcGriff. Jr. and attended the football game Harding, Sr. with,Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sinclair, |I I L. Silcox... '. .:
: I Ir spent the weekend' with Mr. am, Rev.; .W. S. McAliley, John there Saturday evening. R. V. Chapman spent' Friday Jr. and'Mr. and Mrs. Tom Faulk Mr. and'Mrs, ,,,Robert Stefanelli
II Mrs. Dan Priest \ and John Locke 'attendedthe Friends of Miss Rose Mary and Saturday at Lady Lake with nero: They spent Thanksgivingwith I and family of Gainesville and

II I Mr. and, Mrs., Juniua Smitl training session of the :Men Brownlee, ,daughter ,of Mr. and Mr.. and, Mrs. Elmer Zustpann. Mrs. Ratliff's parents, ,Mr. i Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefanelliof

iN ThE Nis IJ I spent the weekend in Miami and : tf ,the, Church at the, First Mrs. 'H. I.., Brownlee, Jr.of New Mr, and Mir Wendell Duncan and Mrs. R. M. Sinclair Sr.1' in Jacksonville were Thanks

I attended the football game there resbyterian Church' iI'' =Gainesville Olreans,.La.;will be interested to have ;moved from. the Silcox Rock Port, Texas. The Ratliff's giving day guests of '}Ir. and

-, _,_ _._ --.,- -.-,- ---- on Saturday evening. I on Sunday afternoon. 'know that.she .was one of the ten apartment to their new home. at. other children.Drew. Jr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli.

. ,Mrs. I. G. Harris and children Tom Jackson spent. the weekend Hallmark Christmas Card :Mrs. Della' Hoover Centered.Bradford girl;: ..from,seven..states,chosen to 1371 Blanding Street. Donna spent the two weeks with Mrs. Steve Wt'ld daughter,
Wallets Stationery Bibles- County Hospital Thura- Mr. and. Mrs.' W.: C. Lovell and Mm
in Broxton in Williston with his uncle 'epresent..theJunior Red Cross in their grandparents :Mr. Martha and son Jimmy, were in
spent the weekend Imprinted. One serviwat of last week for observation have rented the .
name day lay Killian house at Thankri-jivinjf day
Ga. with her parents, Mr. and and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank ; Atlanta;, Ga.' at-a.: meeting on O,, C. Ratliff in Jasper. The Tavar.es as
Bullington'sMr. uid treatment t Deer 6"and 53 N.. Cherry St. guests of Mr. and Mrs.. W. W.
Mrs. : 7.. Ratliff to leave Dec .
Eric Moore. Weaver. family plan
and Mrs. F. F. Flume an, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thompsonf Mr. Marvin Brown of Starke and t ,
Pvt. Carl Roberts and and Mrs George Flynn, Shaffer and family. :
Pvt. Hazen and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas to make
Jimmy Mrs. R. A. Colson and childre Marathon have been guests Joe Hardin of the State'Fann 17 to go' back to .
Ted Livingston of Fort Gordon.Ga son, Curtis, and Mrs. J. J. Hol- Jr. and family of Leesburg spent L. M. The Donald Nobels have rented .
spent the weekend with relative? he past week of Mr. and Mrs were home for the weekend from their home. Mr. and Mrs.
were 'overnight guestr Sat- land visited their parents Mr. in Fort Lauderdale and .Miami ,lerb Thomas in Starke and at the long_holiday; weekend with Murray State Gaines arebuying the Ratliff the house at 421 E.sfadison
College ,
urday of Mr. and Mrs. V. V. and Mrs. E C.- Roberts, at Day- Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. Dansb he Thomas camp in the Scrub. Mr- and Mrs., ,Flynn' Sr. Ky. Murray home Heights. Street.
Hazen. tona Beach last Wednefday even- Come: ,as you are-Bank from I Saratoga
visited Mr and Mrs. J: R. HUd I. Mr. and Mrs. James High of
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon and ing and Thursday. the weekend your car at the Community. StateBank.
f vm. in East Palatka en .Sunday Tackswnville spent X **r ', **"i* -- '
three r.ons of Jacksonville spent Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Daytonand I. Mr. and Mrs. K. C: Scott, of with Mr: and Mrs..J. M. Edwards Announcing the'Opening oJEff'S -
at the theweekend Thanksgiving weekend daughter Lynn, spent Ocala and Mr. and Mrs J., C aid family. Midkiff
Adkins cottage on Kingsley vacationing in Central Jones, of Dade:City were Sundae' Bobbe Bastedo of Jacksonville Tenn.-spelit the; we kendith

,,Lake. Florida. guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. ''F pent the weekend with Jackie Mr, and".Mrs.. C.: W. Bias. Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy Christmas Wreathes at -Sis- Bradley. Mrs. Ollie Bradley ac -lobbs. Midkiff' has rented the Master's

and family spent Thanksgivingwith trunk's companied the Scotts here" ant' Hallmark Christmas Cards, 'house 7"on :W. Brownlee street and PASTRY SHOP

her mother, Mrs. G. E. McCauley Mrs. 0. L. Beasley and Mrs.J. is remaining. with' the Bradley Wallets, Stationery, Bibles. will'! 'move .his- family here this

in Palatka. W. Kincaid spent Wednesdayto for a week. lame imprinted. One day service week.
Mrs. Sarah Hunter and chil- Sunday in Tampa with Mr. Tcny Gonzalez will be ordained it Bullington's. ;I Mrs.J.\ .'. W. Jackson. and 'children 116 SOUTH WALNUT ST. STARKE, FLA.

dren, Sonia and Theron, were in and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and attended aa minister of the Gospelat 1 Mr. .and Mrs. M. H. Sheppard, ''dr*Gainesville 'are spendingthis

Zephryhill, over the weekend the wedding Friday even- the Pencil Baptist Church in Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs.E. C. week with her sister Mrs, OPENING DAY SPECIALS .. SAT. DEC. 7 .
visiting her father, J. F. Clardy ing of Miss Jo Ann Hixon to Palatka at 3 o'clock Sunday Priest and Mrs. L. B. Alvarez Margaret'Blankenship and family.Mr ,

and" family. Lt. R. G. Mills. afternoon. All friends of Mr. and and daughter, Nita, attended the :. and Mm J. F. Bloodworth Regular 89c Banana Layer Cake 74c 'w
A chkken or ham supper Mrs G. W. Alderman visited Mrs. Gonzalez are invited to at funeral of a' brother Walter; and family were. visiting her pa-
.((your choice) will be nerved by her grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs.S. afternoon' at rentsMr., -and .Mrs.,C. W. .Bran

the Church of Jesus Christ of P. Vandiviere Jr. in Jackson- tend.Dr; Albert Malalerre, John Dennis Fort White.Tuesday *'''. .. don, Sr. in Quincey over the DANISH PASTRY (Reg. 8c, 2 for ISc)

Latter Day Saints at the Elementary -. ville on Thanksgiving Day. Malaterre Janice Carter and Gallowayand weekend.Mr. .-
Mr. and Mrs. S. M.- .
School Cafetorium between Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and Mrs. Jewell Faulk and childrenof baby of Charleston, S. C. and Mrs. Robert Barksdalehad SATURDAY ONLY 5c each

5:30 and 7SO on Dec. 6. family and Jean Vickers were Jacksonville were Thanks- the Thanksgiving weekend as 'Sunday, dinner guests
Z. G. -ofLas relatives at Fernandina vent c Mr. and Mrs. J.. W. Home "of
Mr. and Mrs. Tyson visiting giving day guests of Mr. and with Mr. and Mrs. Elton Smith.
N. M. wereSunday Beach on Thanksgiving day.A Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Cruces Sr.
Mrs. Maxie Carter, 'returned to 'Panama
guests of Mrs Sarah Hunter and chicken or ham supperyour Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beam and Mr. Galloway, Sunday .while- his. May .and ,daughter,' Melody of I Assorted Pies, Cakes, and Danish Pastry A
City on .; .
( choice) will be served by Omaha Neb. and Mr. and Mrs. ,
family. grandson, Jimmy Thornton. family remained with .the 'Smiths Specialty Raisin Bread Cinnamon .
Martha Susan Ritch and her the Church of Jesus Christ of spent the Thanksgiving holidays for two weeks. '" t C.- G. Barksiale and Mrs. Lula

uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.,, J. Latter Day Saints at the Elementary in Jacksonville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave'Burt of Mott of Starke Bread Banana-Nut Bread Glazed

H. Bitch Jr of Gainesville spent School Cafetorium between their daughter, Mrs. ,Margaret Jackson, Mich. were .weekend Jane and Jimmy. Guy of Gain-with SAMPLE OF CAKE ON
the weekend Doughnuts
last week in San Antonio, Texas 5:30 and 7:30 on Dec. 6. Penoyer and family. guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. their esville'grandmother.spent Mrs A. Z. Coffee Cake. OPENING DAY!

and Mexico visiting relativesand Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Furlongand Dish Gardens at Sistrunk's.. Strickland. The Stricklands also .
Adkins' while parentsMr.
sightseeing.Mr. daughter Joan were visit- Mr. and Mrs. J. T.: Quigleywere had as Thank. ving"',day guests,
and Mrs. ,
Fred Guy spent
and Mrs. Willard Pass rand ing relatives in Waycross and dinner guests of Mr. and Mr and Mrs.' H. W. Moyer of ,
weekend in Miami.
children of Tallahassee, spent ,the Savannah. Ga. last Thursday and Mrs. Corbin Scott Carnell in Jacksonville. Mr.'and Mrs. E. W. Mrs; E. C. Priest was visiting CAKES FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS

:weekend with Mrs. L. D. Green Friday.Mr. Gainesville Monday evening, Hayes of Starke. Mr. and Mrs '
:Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
and family. and Mrs. Levy Canova and honoring Wilbur A. Scott on his Sidney Strickland of Lake City
Join the Christmas Savings Patten of Lawtey over. the weekend. Discounts Schools Churches Clubs
Judge and Mrs. G. L. birthday anniversary.MrS. and Miss Marjorie Strickland Sgt. and Mrs. T. B. Harding, to ,
Club at the Community State joined their sons and the J. J. Henry O'Hara, and Mr. Atlanta.Mr. ,,
of Valdosta ,, r.
# Jr. and daughter, Debra, ;
Bank and not worry about next Canovas of Gainesville in the and Mrs. L. C. Smith and daughter and Mrs Efisio Coiani are ,. 0,. VW
spent the 'weekend with
Christmas. Scrub on Thanksgiving day. i Beth, spent the Thanksgiving flying back to their home in their parents,Mr.:,and Mrs. Hard-
with Mr. and Mrs. week afteran
holidays Sardina, Italy next
ing, Sr. and Mr. 'and Mrs. J, T.
Olin Graves at Daytona Beach. extended'visit with their soninlaw -
They also visited Mrs. O'Hara'snew and daughter-, Mr. and Among those 'confined witt-
great grandson Terry Lee Mrfi Louis Treep.
N1I flu this week are Mrs. Don
tuitLTHIS Gainey. Join The.' Christmas Savings Champion and children, the J. L.
1 k Miss Ginger' Thornton spent Club Now at the CommunityState Chitty family, the Albert Lee CHRISTMAS SEASON

CHRISTMAS the Thanksgiving holidays in Bank at Starke and have Crosry, Jr. family Mrs. P. D.Fanrher. .
v Jacksonville with her aunt. Mrs. for next ChristmaS;
tJ money Sr. and Mrs. Henry
WhiU OuubBM i.. SUM oJ Gmt Io1 to.UMl Lorraine Dodres. While there she Williams ..., .. ;fiy2fc .. ... *7k/ .
( l and :Morris
of l ut bud lh Mltctioa oi aWenr..na OA.* :Mr. Mrs. Stefanelli,
luul Ik* ptiwl nlu *.iwl pnblta...Gi Wuh*. Booki thii in.i and a.pp.n two oti tot eolutto was the guest of Wilbur.Brewton and 'daughter of Folkston, Ga: Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller
luuly vA bund*n4 you'll(IT* wkt o< otwUM* at the Lee-Jackson game; : on .Fri- 'and Mr. and Mrs. J., D. Stanfordof Brown"Godwin
rU,.ducilicm*ad Jua.Sunly and .Mrs: Jim. anf SPECIAL
.. :the dance, at
thin loo shot.a..pp..owr. attended
Ihu U D.nd.dll could DiHw.nl b choiin. day'and Jacksonville were Thanksgiv children',of 'the. State Farm fjoent
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Book*at HippiMU w..ul.h4 u>eonvMUMi donor the Woman's Club after'the ing' day guests of Mr.:, and Mrs Wednesday, to Sunday in Miami

tauuMi,CM lows Mr game.' Jesse ..New ome. 7 with relatives l and' attended thf' .

No Exchange' charged on I I' Mina Mary Alice ,Crosby is football_ game, 'there Saturda ,-om.

checks! at the Community State home this week on vacation from ,evening.

Bank the Prudential Life Insurance 4

BOOKS4HAPPINEFLORIDA Spending' Thanksgiving! day .at Go.-; Jacksonville. ,y .a p,' THE NEW. ...
the Graham camp in the' Scrub Seeber Goodman was'In-"Miami &

were Mr. and ,Mrs. Bill Graham .Saturday and Sunday :to attend
Smitl Corona
and family, Harvey Tanner, Mr. the football' game' Saturday, PARK .
ttE and Mrs., Herbert Ritch, Mr., and evening., f ,FL--: A

Mrs. 'Howard Meyer and son, Christmas Wreathes .-Sis-: TARKE', 'I* .
f. ti._ :\ 1 -:-ELECT -z.
Jimmy all of Starke, Mr. and trunk's

Mrs. Olen Blalock and Manley Mr. and Mrs.. Jim Chasfeen .Sunday Monday Tuesday
$5 Books. Can Be PurchasedFor ,
Leavell and sons of Jacksonville, attended, the Southeastern' Purina .
,, q. .'_ December 8, 9, 10 PORTABLE TYPEWRITER
.$4 Now!. and Mr., and.Mrs.* Marion Walton convention in Jacksonvilleon DOUBLE FEATURE .: ..

I of Pompano Beach.- Wednesday! : and Thursday.'*_ : .
"':- Mr. and Mrs.'s. G.' Denmark : Miss Gail i Duke of FSU, spent p.:"Away. All Boats .Give! this i exciting. new' electric

and family visited her. 'mother', the long weekend with. her uncle' *IN TECHNICOLOR appliance. Perfect 'for: ,all the' .'\ j f : Y d

Mrs. ,E. C. Morris at Pompano and aunt Mr. and Mr& H: C. :With' 'Jeff- Chandler- '., 'George the 'Smlth Corona.Lleo- ..... .. .,
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Beach from Wednesday. to Sun Brown, and .with Miss Linda '* leader and Julie.Adams >"_',.".... ... ; >

day.Mrs. Johns. And1e .tric.:: Portable typewriter., ., ., : -

THEATRE D. L. Moxley underwent Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang were! Quiet Gun t

STARKE surgery at the University Hos- in Miami over the weekend visiting .. $197.50 plus tax ;,
nital in Augusta, Ga. on Mon- I friends. WIth'Forrest' Tucker c. and Mara .

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SAT. DEC. 7 ONLY I Tues. \%'ed. Dec. 10 11 Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Whiteheadand -
I aay.Christmas is Plus Color. .Cartoon. ..for Kids
Club now .
DOUBLE FEATURERORYCAIHOUN I Savings ,family will be in Winter < a ,Low 'Down Payment and Terms To Suit, Your Convenience

DEAN .,. open at the Community State Haven Sunday and Monday with ,- -- '
JAMES i Wed. Thur. Dec. 11 12
--'- mn' t. ,. for 1958. Join .
Bank at Starke .
today by opening an aecounLBuck Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Heath of OTHER SMITH 'CORONA PORTABLE MODELS:
THEJMIS Gill Ervin Covington and HALF HUMAN '
I .. ,. Fort Lauderdale are spendingthis :. SkywriterClipper : Sterling Silent '- Super
s. ? South Georgia
t Randall
J ; : ;: weekend with .Mr. and Mrs.J. With John Caradine and Rose '
1IiI.llilIU. t ';. College, Douglas, Ga. were I home
0 .&* "" ... .... .......... :. for the weekend. 'S, Sapp and family.. Thorson 74.50 .. 99.50 114.50 134.50

: Mttimte..WARNER BROS. Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and Lt. Ervin Andrews and Lt AND '
D Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax, Plus Tax
,f children were in Gainesville Sat- Dan Maxwell of Lackland AFB, Monster From Green

And urday visiting Mrs. :M. E. Mixon. San Antonio, Texas spent Satur Hell -- No,Down' Payment ---t One Dollar Per Week ---

'w. Mr. and Mrs. John T Studstill day night with (Lt. Andrews' parents .
Hm MUI mint 7 WB' GEORGEMONTGOMERY With Jim :Davis 'and Barbara .
i HUB H WI MUI M a and children of Lakeland, Ga. Mr. and Mrs.., Reddish An- '
1. ACOLUUSlAnCTUfiE I have rented the Denmark apart drews and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Turner I
: .....R TlUT ao iun.Pi...:.\ Mr. Plus;;Color Cartoon
f augN r Kro r_TU''MJMI.WD meat at 338 N. Bay St. Pauk while on a routine' flightto
VH" .\} StudfAill is employed at the Field. B t '
.I : Cecil -a
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Raiford. Fri., Sal. ;- l>ec.' 13. 14. Sensational I
... Florida State Prison < i Mrs. Kitty Andrews is leavingthis BIG DOUBLE FEATURI ,
AND ,:Mrs. P. S. Denmark\was visiting 'eek to'spend the holidays ,
: Mr. and'Mrs. Roger Ward in with' her daughter and family JALOPY I. rAt 1f.

Jacksonville from Wednesday to in Chicago,.HI. ... Leo_Gorcey, ,and the'Bowery Boj '..

w s Saturday.Rev.. and. :Mrs. L. D. Haines Mr and, ,Mrs. Hamilton Hitch AND : $1 '.... .'The- New .1957 .

of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs: They,Rode West week the1new*
and family were visiting Mr. anJ a buys SMITH-(ORONA
.. Mrs. T. D. Brown in Wedgefield, John q. itch and son of San IN TECHNICOLOR F I IRerninqton.Rund
call Satur- Antonio, Texas 'were Monday With Robert Francis and Done! .
S. C. from Thursday to PACEMAKER
visitors of ''Mr, and Mrs., J.. H. ReedPlus' .
day. :.
him Ritch. Serial, Chapter S .and Col .. ,
Potted House Plants at _SU- .
4w Nobody but nobody undersells Cartoon for: .Kids
). trnnk's. "TS3Pflfehb
BUM PITCH ;r; j .
Charley E. Johns Agency. ,
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Mrs. B. E. Bennett of '* 4 Utt s, rh

.- .. MISL?TIp IY anna ent last week with .Rep.and ADDING MACHINE, C
-lb 1" ts III1EIWSS. wi tIDE EUIE1pAa. Mrs. Doyle Conner. The '

i ?r+p"rr i SEBASTIAN CABOI A Conners also had as Thanksgiving ,Now Equipped ,To: Deliver r "\ 4 ti ? x

day guests Mr.,and Mrs. Gut tGov t if.t.

"Jumping With Toy" ark and family of Gaines- t ., '
Plus! How Green: Was ,My .Jlus. ville, and :Mr. and. .Mrs Cecil '1 .. hl .
Spinach" Cartoon. ,and Chap Cartoon Sewell and family of -Jacksonville s iij <
ter 14 Serial. : KEROSENEANYWHERE ;I I RegalQr/r"

Mr. and Mrs. Hollis 'V. Knight ;,; '\1 twjf uw-, so ..
Thur. Fri. Dec. 12, 13LIA' from I -i( : the easy wayroa: theRerinfton '1179 p1I11IGS
Sun., Mon.- Dec ,8..D.CINEMASCOPE and children have moved > .
ANYWHERE THE j thins 71114
Crystal Lake to 713 Laura \ rnna '. ': Deferred Payment Plan! ONLY
Street. $ .: ,
:Mr. and Mrs: H. A. Lawson ,

and Mrs. C., H. Register took AREA 1,59.50 plus ,tax
IW i! I Agnes Lawson back to FSU on Pay like rent- "

it i Sunday and visited Mr. and Mrs.C. __ own your machine '''"
H. Register while there. F-A-S-T, COURTEOUS SERVICEWE .,Full-SSze,Office Typewriter FuU-Featarest* .1

Mr. and Mrs. Alton' Revel and .Mad/? ..,.! ,
I daughter, Judy, of Tallahasseewere .lbCkeoUr...
.. Thanksgiving weekend GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS Bradford County Telegraph America i Palest

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy ,Sale : Typewritethfaaufii and all spent Thanksgiving in t CenerO\JS.Tqde.U1. .

with Cot and Mrs. J. OFFICE.SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT Allowance For: You/
,a w t .w tf SIUMMOIl SOUM t N.MAScoaEI I A.the Griffin.Scrub D. B. (DICK) THOMAS -, '' 'Old TypewriterSlEJtf.. ,
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Plus "Great Al Jolson" Snap Plus "Swing;, Rasslin Sock smith of Lake Worth were week- i
shots. Sports end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ,
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Mr. art :Mrs. Slade have purchased -I class 'rooms. All parents are urg- ficers will, be installed and. f:1 ginbotham- and family. t'the two families ,enjoyed a hunting above: teen named Hied Court against and you la and the !|'I'fesed f''nl\- int by >you.'U1 be taken as- con

I'f1 A X V ILL E 10 acres of l land here In ed to attend; a Christmas parly will be:: Mr and Mrs.. Fran:dift 'rllabotbam t trip to the Csceola 011St.. I jvu* are'retluired.io serve cause a copy i I Ilnc.-e This each notice week shall for four be publUhed consecutive l[
Jlaxville and building o your answer -pleading to '
are a new Community Fish Fry joyed ty att. The rl1 etfngW and family of Japk- I : complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney weeks in the Bradford County
Uy Airs-. (J. B. Nolan Members of the Maxville Baptist 'begin at' 10 "a. ''nu_Each! "one 'is with Mr. and %OTICE OP INTE\TIO\ I 'Joseph K. Skipper 221 Florida I I 9riegtapti."
home.We are glad to know that Church wish to'make, It asked 'to ling 'a gift*valued at sonville had.;supper,_ and, ''RfiI: T.R KICTITIOllfS! : "%. Florida.and Ti .11 lilVaaVAaAUVUAalilitaM :Mrs. Doss Higginbotham Notice is herehT given that the' i j 1 1931.
1" f little Miss Cheryl Wilkinson, known that a fish": fry",wfll beheld not"more than 50 cents to be exchanged Saturday night Franklin undersigned under the, provisionsof file the- original. the office j! OFFICIAL SEAL)
Hattie Nolan and Misses : daughter of Mr: and Mrs: ,qscarI at ,the Church.4grounds oil "at 'the" meeting and =also Higginbotham family left,. on Sunday Acts Chapter of 1941 20.95, will. Laws of Florida.!of the Clerk of the Circuit Court II,i Charles Clerk A. of Darby.the ,Circuit Court
register with
.' Jo Ann Parrish and Martha Harris Wilkinson, is improving;i after :.a Saturday' ,night. Dec.: '14, fo r brinrf a. sandwich or two for. i Clerk ftf the Circuit Court. in and the on or beforethe : By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
business for Sanford, N. ,C. j for I 30 day of December 1S57 11/29 It 12/20
were visitors inj recent illness. everyone in the community lUnCh i'; i Bradford County. Florida upon ; '
t. Brown
that G. W. '
receipt of
I We 'regret : pro'ror publication of
Green. Cove 'Springs last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and J..et's all attend fIJld'; have k..gf 4 rid 'We regret that Mrs. Paul Garrett has been put ,back to bed again this notice, the fictitious name of -
J It J
Ray Burnsed was very lucky Building: Sunplie lI'Iu"or'
family visited in awtey Sunday i time. is a patient in rthe, Navy by his doctor and we do hOpe to'. Quigley &- Davis), under which I
when he killed a 4-point buck in I with Mrs. Hester Hicks and I Chic Club PostponedDue hospital Jacksonville. that he will be well soon and I am 'ne*"'ed {i "'1".t 391 .
the Ocala Forest last week. to the fact that ,of t East Call St., Starke. Florida. I
family some Birthday. party.. won't have to stay there very Joseph D. Warren 321 X. Myrtle
1 'Claude North is staying at the Civic Club Officers ,cannot St,_Starke, Fla., sole owner. '
Mr. and Mrs.' Junior Goolsby birthday.party was given long .
: A nat rt this !
t. the Ci'ic'Club 15th day of November ,
and attending attend Meeting
home the
now of Baldwin visited Sunday with at the 'home-of Mrs. E. L. Wil- :Mr. and Mrs.' F. B. Colenfanand A.n. 1957 at Starke, Bradford R
t'L" Jacksonville Junior College three this Friday night, it has been County.. Florida. | THE g?
3.1 :Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and -' kerson'in''Lawt y on. Tuesday family had as their guests 11/15 4t JZ/6 C (
a week. until Friday nijn : '
days family and attended church services postponed night. Nov. 26. for ,:John .Wilker- for Thanksgiving dinner Mrs and MOSTWf'YOULL '
: :Mrs. Avery Slade and children Dec. 13 at 7:30. p. m._ We urge I Mrs. IN Cirrult Court. Bradford ('oaBtT,1
:Mrs. Rav Pellum and "son,
Rimdiy n'fht "t the Max- t son. Letha Bell Prevatt, Mary Floritlnt In Cbnnrrrr.Sar.dra .
; and alf,members and citizens to'at; 1 t Louise Eicheler and Bryan s Shephern. Fialntiff VS.! RATE ers
of Hampton Friday 'nl'e Baptist Church. Wilkerson find U W: Prevatt., son Victor YDU SHOULD ;
M. ,
Shepherd Defendant.
tend this and make .
meeting help
Smith of Jacksonville, and Mr.aril .
Saturday; with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. James Colemanand Those, enjoving this occasion. Case Xo. 12-140 '
plans to start on our new build,4. \ Mrs. Buddy Browning | Order of Publication sad A,,ilp To
I ucas and. fa;uiy and Mr. and daughter. Jeanie, spent from I ing. I were- Mrs. OHie" Griffis, Mr. and returned tppear; State of Florida Tot GET IT IF
Mrs. Claude Greene. Everyone !lQt' Wednesday through, Sunday Mrs. Ralph .-:P.revatt.. Mr, .and Evelyn Victor M. Shepherd whose resi
,' We that Mrs. H. ,R.
j I
.1 : regret home to' Jacksonville le with her genes and address; 2223 Twenty-
visiting with "Mrs. ro1'm1n's kilgore's 1 Mrs.' :Harry Wilkerson: Mr ., Ka- fifth ,Street Akron Ohio. YOU
.._ twin and
t I Floyd sister", Mrs. Louise Eichster.
r.reil3. Mr pid Mrs.: Ellis Gid- Padeett: Misses Patricia and You are required to appear on
.t Lloyd have been ill this week. Thursday night and visited with December 16. 1957,. in the above
.FOR DEPENDABLE dens, and family at Eagle Lake. Itte I Padgett,. Gloria Anderson,
I 'Rev'. Edward 'Jones and family her until. Saturday. named Court andcause, wherein
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Greene Ann ,and Tlrumey iWUkersbn, t' plaintiff seeks divorce and supportof .,
and Glenn. Jones of ,Jacksonville Mr: and Mrs, Sidney Harris, minor child.
: were visitors in Jacksonville c Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt
Termite Control enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner Mr. a-nd Mrs.,. Oscar Harris Mr Bradford County Telegraph shall .. '.
Simdav afternoon. and fllmihJofts: 'Lat> GMffis, publish this Order in -'
; ey next four ..
and 0 .- -
with ,Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon\ : Mrs. Leon 'Harris. 'Wi ifHarriq' e .
weekly issues. --
Ord n'tech To Be Held and Mf. and Mrs: Waver Griffis -. -
i Household ft CommercM and daughter, Virginia., and Bailey Butler" Witness my hand and official .. : _: : .-.- ..
On and family. spent 8f'al.at -' : .- .. .- .
afternoon Starke.Florida this Novem .
Gunplay Dec. 8. : I Mrmdav -
Pest Control Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family : butchering hogs. ber '7, 1957. -- - .- --. -. -
?t 3 n. PI. Ord'naMon' Services 'MrT 'Mrs./Des' -iigsin'oth- We
spent Wednesday night and and regret that Mrs. Willie (OFFICIAL SEAMCharles ..
f'i'l!! be held at the I A. Darby,
Maxville daughters had their
as Harris
and is ill
0 Grove in at
Tallahassee with home
Spraying "' Thursday am her<< A!* Clerk of said Court
a"f i<1t Church at which time Mrs. Water's son-in-law '$nddaughter' ruests ,for Thanksgiyjng': dinner, Mr. and, Mrs. Leon Harris and 1. By Marian ''U-'Crosby. Deputy Clerk
Call' FR. 6-6035 Os"JI r" Hqrrisrill be ordained',as I I ( ''Bill I Mr. and.JMrs.Georee' ,Johnson'; I' Chas. R., Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
rrr Mr. and Mrs. children had Sunday dinner With''Mr Building Jacksonville 2. Florida. ONS SE'
i Deacon. The pubic is invited f of 7acksotlville:}?lr9. "' Attys. for Plf-
'' Roberson. and family, : : and Mrg.. "Oscaf. Harris. and, 11/15 4t 16MTICE Y _
, 'Florida Pest Control o attend these services. Mrs. Lealer Harris, Hershell I Paul Garrett, ,and: onss ,Mrsi; jH: 'faihly! -TO APPEAR '

& Chemical Co. I'. T. A. To :Meet Johns and:Mrs. Gladys Copeland\ d R Kil rore ..and.J&1PYf! 'M h; and : :-We regret' that 'Drew \Vil 'in- In....Circuit..,...... In.Court l'ha,..Bradford.-r-. County BUILDERS SUPPLIES <

The Max\ille P T. A. will and ,family visited Sunday afternoon Mrs., Ben.Higginbotham. and .son Is" ill again this week an Ihaving Karleen Reiland Guy, Plaintiff., ,vs..
24 N. W. 18th Ave. meet on Wednesday afternoon, in Jacksonville. tamiiv%' and! Mrs.'fena.Jinerf,. ; : iJat''klllnnviIle. :' to miss work. John:! R. Guy, 'Defendant.Case Xo. 1-451 a = 333

I Gainesville, Florida '"'PC. 11, at 2:-".Q ,p. nu At this o Mr. and,Mrsv Jack .Waters 'and : ., ',Mr. ;;"and, .. .Mrs,! .Earl. fWilldn fn Notice To'pp"'r' '
time plans will be made tor the Jacksonville Mle Eleanor Johnson ,of' .Jacksonville 0 ) To:John R- Our, whose residence
family'of spent .. ; and family of Jacksonville.. v'itedrwith S- and-addresa-i: ,240 Drake Street,
Saturday .with Mrs.. Dorothy.. nent..,Saturday', nit'llt' < Mr. 'and, .Mrs: : pre w't Wisconsin; Rapids, Wisconsin. I

Waters and family., ,,, and Sunday with": her grandpa;. .Wilkinson)\ on a Thanksgiving= 13a ysuit You are for hereby Divorce,notified Care,, Custody that a I : = : .

Quantity Rights Reserved I Mrs. Minnie Hargroves and .
._ -
I '. <
Mrs. Mary Jane Griffis enjoyed ; .t- : : ,: "

Thanksgiving, dinner with. Mrs. 1(11

I I Edna Manning, arid'. family,!'IMr I tin -. '- '" ..:, ,. '' .t_>. -
St. Mary.
t and ,Mrs. Bud Waters and
. ,
family of 7jacksonyille visited. -
'I i Punday ,with Mrs. Dorothy'
r Waters and family. | *' Guests sitting pretty ?

. Mr. and Mr.Guy. Frigo Arid :

family of JaclnoaviHe. and Mr. xY > 'R1A'. e r .
k <
and Mrs Millard Strickland) j,nd .. C
daughters had. Sunday d'er; \

with Mrs.' Fannie Griffis. /4 Snacks popping-hot? '
We regret that little DonnieColeman

,. son of Mr. ,and Mrs., F.. ..l'1 1 ''It s ..
B. Coleman, has been quite' ill .- _
Prices, Good Thru Sat., Dec.. 7th ,
for several. "days. .:

, Bud Harris, Mrs. Oscar Harris !, -,

i and Mrs. F B.. Coleman

went, to Jacksonville last Thursday -

: and purchased curtains: r for
VAC PAKMAXWELL the Maxville Baptist Church Anew

,door has :been, cut on |hone rY
side of the choir and the curtains
are to hang there. ,

; HOUSE We are glad that> Dan Parrish ?

and his grandson David- are,:im-
proving after a recent illness.

A Lonnie Harris, whi is a ,patient _-- _

at the Lake City hospital, .2. ,L k'g
; t I
! '
LO enjoyed Thanksgiving holidays

La with his family here. ]f r:ra ,

I l The Junior Class of Baldwin

., High 'School will have. .. a minstrel ,"
CAN the school J on Saturday: night Hat r. 11? t,i ,. 'i.r.":i?b 'ii ,f {: ,, 4 .

Dec. 7. They are ,hoping 'that >. ,< astm:: as :t y
Maxville will be well'represe ted
there. j '. M'y ; $ ;1; xr- w h F, "'t',..,.
i\k a: J ':;.
There'was quite ,bit of
a f excitement -
In Maxville' last Wed- Ii 1Lt1/ : : f g : .

I, : nesday afternoon when Const able ++ ,, tad \. .
i.W.ww .
SOUTHERN BISCUITFLOUR I ;. ( r: ,.r., s (i rat \ : I t
C. B. Nolan tried to apprehend ; .:,: ?.t : }
: j %
%: : ; : j Yy r.Q:. ,:. : :} :(t
a 'driver who was speeding

10 LbBag59c' through the -school zone while?

the Baldwin bus children were

crossing the highway to" return
I PET EVAPORATED home from school. The driver 1

! MILK 3 Tall Cans39c' at didn't and stop when.when'Mr.he Nolan was' tried whistled' to i4tft! ,

chase him down, he passe a _

t DETERGENT WHITE car at an intersection. The Constable
stopped him down by Grif-

: ARROW Giant Pky49C he fis had Bros.no store driver's and license.found :that'He', #.__; Ti: '

had him turn around to follow

him back 'to the school house ik- 71I ,
t ,and, on .the way, the man stopped r .\ .
\ ra yy 1Y
his car and ran off into{ ..a It

wooded area. Upon returning. to ". .-..) ,

SUNNYLAND the vehicle Mr. Nolan -leajnedthat -, Y ;....... .
the car was loaded with ,;..

TENDER .SMOKEDHAMS empty five 'gallon cans. 'The '. .:.."; I :..

I driver escaped and has not'yet C..,-.o' ".l .. ..,- ,.. ,
called to claim ;, '".; L i ';a.-. .. 1 I",'; ..
his -
car. rt \ .4 -, ,
: :
..'. ... { :t'r: ".....
We are sorry to learn that -. '" 'O_ .-
I Mrs. s. :.\V .
Polly 'GrIffis is ill at,her .
home here and wish her a speedy .
recovery. .

ti 'Fellowship land Mr,and and, family Mrs.Meeting Millard attended at the Strick Congregational ,f the- '. ( ana.'S ART THE' : .

1, lb.- 49 :! ; Sanderson, !Monday Holiness night.Truby. Church.. In- OPEN, THE. COKE. FUN 'I.

., .
,and ,Doth Griffis of t .
I '. I. .,. .. d. ....
II Lawtey 'visited Friday with Mrs.Fannie >' T 0 .. .,
I Griffis.Johnny ? *- f : : :; : : \

I Ii i Williamson and son(tv-of \..: it;'': -> '<. ''-Vr-:*. : "Hear-.'yel'Hear t! ,ye,!. Holiday;.good times' are coming up with. guests. a-plenty; ; -,-.f %fc'W, ,.. L .

I Jacksonville visited with "7t __ t. : ) '
pltr. *>t *j :.. v- ,
son and Monday.Mrs. Jessie Williamson' 'and.* ,' ? ,. .r-rt. ;r ,. and parties g store.And :what's! wanted in the,refreshment line? Why, plenty oHcecold7:.: ?s, \

i SUNNY1AND GEORGIA COUNTRY ,Miss Annette Higginbotham" d ; f: '; r : ': "kf; t I

! ( of" Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving V.... Coke, o{course. The sparkling. 'pleasure, the bright little, lift of. Coca-Cola. :makes everyone ,. ,,. .
SLAB : -' '
BACON 39 .. . ..
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holidays .
visiting with "- { \ : .. .
Miss "* ,, ." .. I ,.'.... M 9 I t t1'1 ,l', '" ;

U. .S. NO.- 1. WHITE Mr. Gloria and Mrs..Cannon I. A. here.Bornsteinof S : '. i, "- enjoy the party more. The best.Ioved sparkling,drink in all the world_ '. that.Coke. !t. *' .

Jacksonville v.ere. guests Saturday ? ;;: : : 'r.. .: : ,,: : .' I :

of Mr. and Mrs. N, L- : '. : : .
Cannon "..
POTATOES family. ". "
: Mr. t :;f ,' V. '
: and ,Mrs.. Richard .Covey .. "
I ** and Mr. Covey's mother and Mr. ARTY IDEAS:With fiowersand-, bows, .. .. .. -. ,1'. : 1
> and Mrs. Everett Erb of Jack.sonvffle. here: a new }Buiet) -:way to serve your' '

lbs; .}!r. and Mrs. DeS ice-cold bottles 'pf-Coke..- ,Tie' a, perky t r f 9

j 10 29SUPERBRAND and McPherson Mrs. and son" and kfr. 'little'red boW'around.,tne neck of each'bottle '. .'' .

enjoyed George Brown and sods and stick a tiny button chrysantnemumjSr -.' I _
Thanksgiving c nR r a'bit ofnojly! through the* j
ALL with Mr. arid }Irs: /
IIDC To Meet Bro rITM b w..Bety hoUday-tay: bottles out: ; '_,

.j iRA CREAM' : ::5ge The Marine :Home Dew- ., onji tray:..and.}let.guests.help: themselves r .. J I -'- t l ,rfa

stration Club will meet Tuesday the d taIte.olCoCaLL, .. "= '-"., '# f .

Dec. 10. at the .. .... ... '1. '
home ,
M >
of -"' ; 1
I Doss .......:% --_.- ---... 'J ? : -. ,. JI. t .
-WE; GIVE, with M .,.' ..',' ._ 'J"n"d; ;KING ,OF GOOD
j -'REEN.oSTAMPS-- H.xilzole ai.co-how. Tbe h '-- .'' "' ,.'-= l" ", -' -' "'r r ._ -4 '1'.f.'w. or.,.-': _" .. TASTE. ., .
tonic of this meeting will be Bottled under! wthoriij of The Coca-Cola Company by STARKE :COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANYSIGN -

"Sharing Family P.e.aponaib .. .- j' t:

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J 1 -:: T. YY ;Y .Y.YY' j YYYYTJ TY .T TT T held every V Monday Wednesday,I era in.the interest of the new !1 servation Service made the soil :, ed Blue Lupine. for a land. build-I, -FAITH- PAPTIST CIU'RCIILa..tey e

,NEWS' OF INTEREST TO COLORED and, Friday with Sister Amand-piano. The guest speaker was I survey for.: these maps Folks.. er. Bill ,had just got bark from j
i alene Chandler in charge. All Miss Gwendolyn Marshall who have ,asked me what do ycu A. r Jlawrjr: P.vstor
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY rrholars and persons- wishing to recited ""The Creation."' Supperwas mean by soil capacity. ,This ia the hospital so we set around Bible school 10'a..- m. .,*

take part are asked to see her' ,served: to: the group 'after the translation. and organization (the house and discussed- the I Preaching 11 a. jn.
.. By Ozora J. Shell arid get recitation- at once. the performance by members of of technical facts and, characteristics planting of lupine for a lnd Evening Service, -7:30 p.' m.

I ..All..lA...A...A. A A A A A AAAAAALALAAAAAAALAALLLLAALLLLLLL Other volunteers to assist her Choir. No. 2.:: Raynelle English. ,. 011 SOl, /( GIll STBTI = 'found ,on a conservation J I I builder. He plans to ,turn the f.I, ,Bible Study and Prayer .fleeting
-- lupine under this coming spring ,
will also be welcomed. The com- reporter. survey map ,into easily under- 7:30 p m., Wednesday
Christmas Joy Boxes son, and many other relatives t munion sermon was delivered Allen Chapel A. M. E. Churchwill Soil Conservation ; stood information. i-and plant Coastal Bermuda. This J Radio program, 8 to 8:30: a.
Rehabilitation and friends. Other weekend last is one of the best ways to put ,
of : each station
the over
The chairman: Sunday by moderatorof m. Sunday
hold regular, Trustee DI\Y ,A system of clav'fyinsr J lend '
Auxiliary guests included: Theresa and Mt. Sinia Missionary Baptir organic material in the .soil. ,By 'i WRGR, Starke. '
for ,American Legion service, on Sunday.. Chairman N-E-W-S according to its capabilities was 1
Deborah 'English of Gainesville Church Rev., G. turning under a green cover crop
Post Mrs. Mary Lee'Frailer G. McArthur, Levy Lennon'is asking all mem- developed over a period of years j '
314. like Bill will
not only add
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Washington, Newly ordained deacons | CARD OF THANKS
E. Shell Haas Service I'
Bill the Soil Conservation j
bers to do their full duty in tak- By by
and her committee purchased Vernnie Brooks Washington of and D. Hankerson organic matter but put nitrogenin
ing care of the of the Soil ConservationSoil s.-n1f'f1 I and has proved its value nationj j:
to expenses. | With
more than 70 gifts Daytona Beach/who was junior deacons, Green and Marshall I the ground which is very important deepest gratitude we extend -
and their, a very church. Sunday School 9:45 a. i ally through use in more than to the and is also this word of thanks for the
veterans in I grass
the I
tend to faithful member of Choir No. 2 serving. and"capa'bility mapswere 2.600'SoU'Conservation Districts!
gifts m. Supt. Irene -charge' one of the most materials I{ acts of sympathy expressed '
these expensive many
families. Ned Coleman
: Formerly of Ebenezer Church. Vernelle Ebenezer prepared for ,
have been mailed by Nov. 15. Bradwell is now nurses aid at Baptist Church was -M. L. Paul reporter. V. Inglerigbt,:''Vincent' R. Smith, |i It is the very. .heart of the D -I f II !! in a 'sack of fertilizer. by thoughful friends. These
plead to have the former pastor There will be series of ;I par ent's conservation objective : kindnesses meant much to us.
We hope they will arrive at Alachua General Hospital, Gainesville a services and W. J. StudstilL C. H.. Young, i,I
Rev. Strong, with i to use land within its capability *! H1WAY Mrs. H. D. :May and family.j.
Veterans Hospitals In Lake City.; she t'a I recent graduate ,us last I ,at First Born Church'start Soil scientist with the Soil Con- CHAPEL
Coral Gables and Bay Pines before of RJE and plans to enter col- .Sunday! Choir No. ,2 furnishedmusic ing on Monday night Dec. 2, and treat ,it according' to i ASSEMBLY OF GOD

.the gift .shop,opens on Dec. lege and become a registered ,all day The president and through ,8th. There will be a sent; Rev. and Mrs. Richardsonwere its needs. I G. M. .Osboroe, Pastor NEW RIVER

19. 'Special; thanks .to ,our Unit t nurse in the near future. members wish to thank all persons minister. in charge each night, ,visitors Sunday afternoon. Bill Reddish and James Rosier Sunday* School, 10 a. m. Morn- BAPTIST CHURCH
"Chaplain," Mother Sophia Royal, Thurston School News who attended RJE to hear and, the ,attendance ,of the public I Visitors are :always welcome to used the District grain drill: ing Worship '11 a. m. Evangelistic Sunday School, 10 a. In. Wor
for braving the weather to help Last Tuesday night members Deacon Mglvin Grace ,of radiotation is welcome.: Sunday ,is also. our church, in Lincoln City.-I James planted oats for winter Service, 7:45 p. m, Thursday ship Hour 11 a. m. Evening Senr-

with the shopping and some of of our PTA and their guests WOBS Jacksonville who pastoral day and all membersand : Elder"F."Howard. pastor.. Sis. W, pasture. Freeman Rhoden did weekly prayer service. Invitation ...0. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting. eaci I
the local merchants for the generous were feted with a delicious tur- appeared with 'a group'of sing- friends are asked,to be, pre- Strong.,"reporter! ,: the planting for Bill. They plant- extended to everyone. Wednesday, 7:30,p.m.

discount, on articles pur- dinner -
; key prepared by PrincipalS. :.
chased. Christmas cheer Is also C. Price. Mrs. Louisa Brownis J _:-:=.. .. ;;
being, sent to Sister Ethel M. president of the PTA and ad-

Williams who has been sick for dressed the group. Out of town -
several months. She is oonval- guests included Deacon Charlie

teeing at the home of relativesIn I Price of Shady Grove Baptist : 'rafte yoUr froblems ID Church this week hweb deJe!
Gainesville. Members who did Church Joseph D. Green as- || m em

not attend the meeting Sunday stafant principal of RUE Sand C. ,

are asked to contact President C. Anderson, Junior High. Law --._ ..._ ,_ -. ..
ahell and give your donations to tey. The assistant to principal
bring ChrlVmas cheer to 'our1tutn Price .Is.'Mrs..: D. B.: Jackson of .
i member. Mrs. Core an Gainesville who served as secretary -

McNeil, reporter. of the PTA. Other officersare !' ..
,Separated From 17. S. Army : Mrs. Elsie Perdue D.

Sgt. Wesley Mosley has putaway ,Flower Mrs. Ruby M. Albert,
his muskets and Irons for Henry Bryant Rev. S. J. Strong,
the U. S. Army for the time be- Willie Pittman and Mesdames
'fnl:.' Mosley has Just completed 0. B. Scott. Rosa Williams and

I a'tour of overseas duty and the Annette Phillips. The next regu-

>period> jeouired for service underthe lar meeting will be held on Monday I i
draft law. He Is the son of night after the third Sunday -

Sister Mineola Moslev.! deaconess just before the Christmas / .' .
I r vC rp
81. New Bethel Baptist Church, holidays. AH patrons are asked ii n
and Rev. L. W. Motley, pastor to,attend this last meeting of ; L', ; \s M fl a. .
ef"New Hope Baptist Church. 1957.-Mrs Ruby Albert report- S :
Starke. We wecom'e home '':..
< you er.Visitor _ _
"We*. to a city we think laChrfatmaq EntertainedMr. ,
basL'?. and Mrs. Roosevelt Hud-

Concert son, ,have, returned to their, home THE GEM JEWELRYFARMERS
Tonight at 8 p. m. in the RJE in Cleveland after a pleasant! THE

Cafetorium the annual Christmas visit with relatives here and in .
: ; "Starke's Leading Jeweler"STARKE
.pageant will be presented under] Plant City and East Palatka. SUPPLY ? 'a .
the direction of Mrs. F. Williams, They were extensively entertained rro
music specialist for Bradford during their in Florida. A. R. Johnson. '....
stay 'f
_ _ _
County. The guest!' group will be Mr. Hudson is the son of the late
teachers of the county and willinclude Lauretta Hudson and Mrs. Hud
. ,, ,, > ., ,
Misses Pierce Jennings, son Is the granddaughter of the 6 4:yS t 234ok x".3" ';<" ..

Turner; Donald. Johnson. White late Rev. James Clark. CONWAY'S SERVICE
Shell : .
and Misses Anderson and Church News C. BUILDERS SUPPLYAt
CroR ty. Come one and all. Admission The Third Sunday Women'sDay
freer will be
Vfett From Stork Freewill Baptist Church UNION :BUS STATION "
."1st Lt. and Mrs. Willie J. :Mc- this Sunday, starting with Sunday : .,9 ,
Fadden announce the birth of a School at 9:45. During !'the
eon on Nov. 28 in Bradford morning worship services (the
County Hospital. They consider guest churches will be Antioch

this 'something to be thankful ,Baptist and choir Rev, ..Georges 1 HARTFURNITURE *-... .y,' OF STARKE
for on Thanksgiving. He i is pastor and First,, Born 4s'S
named Harrington after his Church will be in charge. At

grandfather known to his friendsaa Speaker at 11 a. m. will be COMPANY
"Hamp". Lt. McFadden arrived Supervisor Shell. At 3 p. m. the
shortly after the birth of Morning Star Freewill Baptist >. WESTERN AUTO
the "little stranger" from 496, Church, Elder Howard pastor.

AAA Batallion of Chicago. He 6:45: the church choir and pastor 'S ASSOCIATE STORE
will leave Starke and report to of White Springs will be .a "

'Tort Sills,' Okla. where he win with us. Sister Artie V. Collins, SMITTY'SBARBER wx { '5 ?. J. F. Jaudon .
embark for overseas duty somewhere wife of Rev. Collins will be in S M. V S.
:' in Germany. His wife charge. All men are asked to SHOP J
,Gloria and her two sons Reginald d contribute to the Women of the
and Harrington Church Dennis Smith CAN HE SEE?
hope to Join him and help make this a ,
In the spring. Gloria is the only great day. The general public is _
daughter of Mrs. Altanieaae invited to attend," as this is still .What, the future may bring is as rquch a mystery to the crystal, gazer as it it to

Chandler, teacher of second a part of our building fund you. He can't see, he can only guess. STATION

grade at RJE. Congratulations drive. Prayer meeting each Wednesday W L. THIGPEN tJs to be hoped that'your !\share ,of good fortune will be great; but{ It"I expected -
and best wishes to the parents. night I Can Circle meeting that there will be ,troubled times, too. For those troublous days of your years you

Farewell Party each Saturday night. Don't BUILDER need to have faith, simple faith in God, which is so sustaining and can be the rich pos-
S-c Arthur Frank Parks was forget our sick and shut-in mem session of all. It isn't however
) by consulting seers or fortune tellers. It '
given a delightful party before bers. Let your missionary work' is a spiritual possession that FRED S
Phone 297-J grows, and a- help toward cultivating. is through participation -
he left last Tuesday for start at home. Sis. .
camwhere Gladys
p in the services, activities and work of some church.
he will soon embark for Blye. reporter. MARINE CENTERFred

duty in Italy. Special guests at Practice for the Christmas
the party included Sgt. Coleman, program at New Bethel Baptist Graudon
Raynelle :English, Bertis Robin- Church is under way ana will be HARDY BROTHERS ,
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Collections -' ..-.. Wainwright To Service OpportunityTold Services Held I

Hear $150,000 .,. 'If Head Prison RotariansA For Miss Silcox :

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Tax Collector J. R. Kelly re- \ ,'.. ,. At Avon Park
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Monday 149246.27 in ( ... .l. Frances Silcox; :59, were
advalorem taxes were rol'ected i''l;/ ,... community, through the operation held at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday
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during November,. the first monthof : \ l ,. .' ;J. Louie Lee Wainwright, former of his own business was givenat the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church
.. captain of the guard at the Rai-
tax collections. This is little
i' the Rotary Club Wednesdayby with the Revs. Donald Willis and
.i1, .:. ford has been appointed as
more than 60 per cent of the prison, Richard Lee officiating. Burial
entire 234939.54 tax roll. : : I superintendent of the new prisonat E. s. Beebe, vice president.The followed in the church cemetery
:, .... ,r' -. '' Avon Park. The Florida Cabinet speaker told of the accomplishment ,
Discounts to persons taking ad- 'z-: ., Miss Silcox died in a local hospital

vantage of the 4 per cent rate ::j.,:: .. at a meeting in Tallahassee Tuesday of the Daytona Monday morning following

during November amounted to ,,!/t.. ,. io- .jFj made the appointment. Beach Rotary Club in applyingthe an extended illness. She was bom

about $5,000. thus making about d 4 Wainwright I Is the son of Mr. principles of the Four Way in Bradford County on Oct. 7,
154.000 of the tax roll collected 't. -" and Mrr. T. L. Wainwright of Test in that community. He announced 1898.

Kelly aaid.The Ei Lawtey and was a police lieutenant that a speaker from Surviving are a brother, JamesL.

largest of the taxpayersthe of the Gainesville force until there will be heard at the Starke Silcox and a nephew, Edwin

Seaboard Air Line railroad -=r: he joined the staff of the State club early in the new year to explain Smith, both of Starke.

paid during the first month Kel Legion Concludes Membership DriveFrank .- Prison in July, 1952. He was this projectMethodist DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof

ly said, a tax bill of about $29- Board Discusses N. A. Conner Dies transferred to Avon Park when rangements.Starke was in charge of ar

Rejes (left), American Legion District Four Commander, the former federal minimum security Church
Taxpayers paying in December New Bus Bill
will receive 3 per cent discount. presented X. 51. Smith past! Commander of 'Post 56, -\>Ith 'a ccrtlfl At Lake Butler prison there was turned Pecan Thieves

2 per cent will be allowed for (Continued from .Page One) rate of merit for outstanding! service as a highlight of the Legion over to the state. He was named 9:45: Church School for all

those paying in January; 1 percent law meeting here Tuesday night, Nov. 26. v N. A. Conner, 75, a lifelong acting superintendent of the Avon 11:-Morning Worship. Pecan thieves Monday night

in February and nothing in general Agreement between which requires the school an A barbecue chicken supper was t,er\ed by the post at this tlmr, resident of Union County died Park prison last June. 6:15 -Dine-A-Mite" of MY?., struck for a second time at the

March. Penalties will be assessed marking the close of a successful membership drlie. Some of the Wednesday, Nov. 20 in a Lake' 6:45: -MYF Busies Meetsng Starke Farmers' Market warehouse -
boards of the
two counties involved
on those paying after April 1. before students of new members who were honor guests at this time are' pictured 'at Butler hospital, after a lengthy : Post Office Sets and Worship for Intermediate and ,of J. R. Wainwright, this

one Illness. He had lived on Route Senior Groups. time carting away two large sacksof
NOTICE county can be transported to right aoon: W. F. Smith, Vernon Smucker, Bill TUley, Dolph Red Yule Mailing Hours
1, Lake Butler, for the past :55 7:30-Evening Worship.A nuts.
Benson's Old Home sliced fruit schools in another county. dish and James W. Gaskins. Standing in rear are
membership years; was a past member of, the Nursery is available for'both Warehouse had been entered a

cakes may be ordered from the Morgan said a Starke attorney I chairman Harry Rabb Jr., and Post Commander, Guy, ftnd ) :s. Church of Christ. To accommodate the Christmas I morning services. You are invitedto week earlier and 300 pounds of

First Methodist WSCS until Dec. I has given the opinion that because mailing season, the windows'at come and worship with us. pecans stolen:
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. the Starke Post Office will be
15. Phone 54.3-W or 14. of this conflict the legalityof New Classes ToldIn Wreck Cases Held Florence Brannen Conner of open from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. beginning Our Morning Worship Service is: Sheriff. D. Reddish said that
broadcast Station WRGR both times the thieves had entered
the new bill is doubtful."If
1 Until Lake Butler; six daughters ,Mrs. on Thursday, Dec. 12, and
Next Week
every Sunday from 11:30: till room by sawing off the
; we operated under this new Adult ProgramWhite T. M. Crawford, High Springs; continuing through Saturday, Dec. noon. lock.RentIt.

'We want to thank our many law, they could arrest our driv- Trial of cases resulting from an M rs. Doris Cole Starke; Mrs. 21, Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr.;

friends for their kindness in everwp.y 'irs," Morgan said, "and there adults within commuting accident between cars driven by Cassie Wynn, Jacksonville; Mrs. a announced'' this week. .

and for the beautiful flower: vould be a lot of litigation evenf distance of Starke may now en- Mrs. Cobell Stroud Elder of Kings- A. J. Johns, Starke; Mra Taft On Wednesday, Dec. 18, the 'kSell It Trade
during the death of our brother ; roll in a number of new courses Elliot Haln
the law were upheld. ley Lake and Earl Levy were s City; and Mrs. Post Office will remain open all ,

Horace May.-Mrs. W. H. Eddy. Member L. T. Johns replied L. H. Gibson director of the postponed by Mayor W. T. Jackson Owen McRae, Jacksonville; one day, from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m., instead -

sister, and brothers. Adult Education Program, announced until next Monday's sessionof son, James L. Conner, JacksonVille of closing at noon the postmaster -
hat "the bus drivers don't get WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
laid too much as it is. I wouldn'task this "week. Mayor's Court after Levy requested ; one sister, Mrs. Nolia' Fri! said.McGriff I

The new courses include time to contact, an attor- Jacksonville; and asked Starke residentsto
a half
them to get put in jail be- I
sides." Remedial Reading and Arithmetic ney.Levy brother, Jeff Conner, Jackson- "please mail early" this Christ-I r 20 WORDS OR LESS, Ome I..rrtlB (MI.I..... Ckirge) .71

Monday and Thursday eve- is charged with driving vine. mas.Recent. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 __, -- _...._. 4e Per Wtr4

Powell ncted that the School nings; Radio and Television while intoxicated, running a red Funeral wi-vices were held 20.% DISCOUNT OX REPEtT IXSEHTIO\8 SAME AD

Board could not take any action Tuesday evenings; Health p.nd light and causing an accidentMrs. Nov. 22 at 2:3,0 p. m. in the Midway Births ::;e ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IS ADVANCE.

under the bill until the parents : Elder is with
Home Safety, Tuesday evening; charged run. Church of Christ between
j involved initiate a petition askIng and Conversational Spanish, Mon- r.ing a red light and causing an Providence and Lake Butler The Bradford County Hospitals CLASSIFIED DISPLAY _.__- 11.23 Per'lu' Frat Ia.enlo.
agreement anyway. day evening. The evening classesare with burial following in the Fort announces the following births: '

Thus the matter was shelved. conducted in the USO Build- The wreck occurred Tuesday of Cast all Cemetery. Wilson Funeral Rev. and Mrs. Jesse E. Sherwood CARDS OP THANK (Up To M W r4.) _, ._ -_........ a.oeI

l week at the intersection of Home OVER 50 WORDS ----------.----- 4 celtI Per Word
ing and begin at 7 p. m. was in charge of arrange- Starke, a son, Norman Edward I

S Escapee ReturnedTo New classes in almost any sub- SR 16 and Temple ave.nue. men 18. Nov. 27. I MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS ..'.;nu-u_ ,4 Celt Per W...

ject may Ire organized at. any Mr. and.Mr. Lonzo Starling.

County Jail time. Gibson stated. Mrs. Ha Starling Tired Of Loafing, Starke, a daughter, Joy Elizabeth, I Get them NEED now pay TIRES aa you ride.. and FOR heifers.SALE-tUo Registered up. Several Angus kinds bulls

,Veteran Training Program Nov. 28. Ask for 'our easy budget terms. baled hay. $. up. J. B. White. Kt
Turns Himself Lacy Sales and Service, 2, Box 13. IMS
iii Deputy Sheriff Riley Sweat and AH! veterans under Public Law Taken By Death In Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson Jr., Union Conway Pus. Station Starke. Fl*. Stp

assistant left ', 550 may enroll in the Accelerated Lake Butler, a son, Clifford Lee, ttchs FOR RENT-Unfurnished house,
in early :Monday A 29-year-old man turned himself large living room. 2 large bedrooms
11 : p morning for LaPorte. Ind. to take General Education program and Mrs. Ha W. Starling, 73. of Keystone in to the Duval Nov. 29., i I PLASTIC SEAT COVERS for all dining room kitchen, bath 2 large
County makes and model autos J21.95 porches: One block from Lantey
Terry Wayne Fmithpeters into receive training benefits throughthe died in'a Starke Mr. and Mrs. James Edward !
Heights Sheriffs office Monday night less and .up. Installation free at pout office. Phone, Lawley :811.
I Custody and return him to Brad- Veterans Administration provided hospital Sunday evening following than two hours after he stole Richards, Starke, a son, James 1 Shepherd's. tfchg ttoligFOR.

'ord County. Sheriff P. D. Red- the enrollment date is within illness. a Phillip, Nov. 29.
:a lengthy : car in Starke. FOR SALE 8 x 8 x 16 Concrete RENT-Three rooms and bath
LOOK AHEAD! dish said this week. three years from date of dis Mrs. Starling was born in Max- Mr. and Mrs. James Hutchins Blocks 18c each. FOP yard. Mortar furnished apartment., Utilities

Smith peters, 19, escaped from I charge. The streamlined training ville on Nov. 29, 1884. later The told man,Sheriff Franklin J. Coleman, of Hawthorne son, Kenneth Leroy Aluminum Mix Cement.Windows.Sand,Also Steel! ready and furnished.296-L. lira.Private' L. D. entrance.Green. Raiford Phone
the Bradford County jail on Nov. consists of 12 hours D. Reddish Nov. 29. Bradford En '
i program of her husband mixed concrete. Road. Ztchg 11/JS
9 i while of Surviving are wait he was "tired of I gingering' Co.. Phone >4.. tfcbgWE
awaiting disposition an loafing" and I
schooling per week. White veterans ler Starling; a son, Fred Starling, Mr. and Mrs.' Fletcher Rnoden Farm, Home mmd Baltic Preper-
j. PLAN AHEAD\ into theft case against him. He!1 attend the USO Evening n nd a daughter, Mrs. Leffie Thomas would probably fare better in' I of_Baldwin, .a son, Jack Brady, HAVE a'new loan program for "1T _.Free Open LUtliga
was captured in Indiana last,j prison than outside. farmers. Loans of 1.to 5 c yean '."...Ie Haaieu RepreatatUe
I School and Negro veterans attend both of Starke, and seven Dec.. 1.
t tI week. I for the entire credit require P. O. Box SOT Starke. Fla.B .
Reddish said 'RJE, School. Benefits are $50 per grandchildren. Coleman pleaded guilty to auto ,. Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Bradley, m nts- of the'farmer and his fam ',mU..S, e.,Mt.'- P*. e WaU
that the has
youth ily..Gainesville Production Credit HObart 8-2831: f
I Provide for .a joyful Christmas waived extradition rights and will i,! month for single veterans, $60 Funeral services' were held..at theft before County Judge T.f, A. a son- Wiley. -- Morgan. Dec 2., Association CO North Main, : ....!!
2 in the Oak Grove Yawn and his case' Gainesville'Fla. Tfchg SEE THE NEW'R A COLOR TV at
next and shop with return with the officers. The i for those married and $80 for p.m. Tuesday was. certified Shepherds. tfchg
ye to the Circuit
with the Rev.
Baptist Church Court He
sheriff said that Smithpeters has I veterans with two or more de admitted FOR, SAI"E.-H In. x IS ft. steel '
6 full purse by joining our also admitted stealing car own pendents. This is on a half-time Richard Lee officiating. Burial stealing a car owned by Arthur H w. c. T. u. culvert pipe; {1.25 ft. ALSO FOR ALE-.435. 8-month old Put-
new CHRISTMAS followed in the Oak Grove Cemetery Patray fromits Building: lots for sale in South lets due to lllnesa, Jose )Morrira
CLUB. ed by Mrs. Peggy Dyal on the basis. Interested veterans are parking place Gate Subdivision. Low down pay Star Route, Hampton. 2tp li/6
;it. night of his escape and fleeting urged to contact County Service under direction ,of DeWitt C. near the Starke Armory while "LIQUOR OFFENSES ARE RESPONSIBLE ment. Low monthly payments,
You will be' pleasantly ; Jones Funeral Home of Starke. FOR NEARLY BILLY JACKSON. Phone 165. c/o ROOM W.-\NTED-Gtntleman! desiring
surprised in it to the border. Patray was at .
Georgia Officer A. L. Crorfty Jr. at the the'weekly Guard. I HALF OF ALL -COff1TMENT8 Central Truck.Lines, tfchg 'J' om''with, private family.
to how had been "" drill. Garage or parking facilities desir
see it is Smithpeters charged I Ialong' National
easy Guard Armory of Starkefor IN
ONTARIO REFORM INSTI- ed. State monthly rate. Referent
to save $25.00 $50.00 or$100.0P with' two other youths of further details. Mason Elixson Dies; 'His bond was set at $250. TUTIONS.A.. ." WHEN IN NEED O! furnished. Write P. O. Box 823-H:
stealing a station owned I Bradford Co.
Telegraph. ZtciigWAITRESs'
for Christmas shopping by Jim Chasteen. It wagon was expected High School Diploma Tests Worthington ResidentMason -( R. Virgin Ontario Dept. TOPSOIL
Tests covering four basic sub Meeting ChangedBecause of Reform Institutions.) WANTED -Apply in
next December. that the officers and prisoner person B & G ,Truck Stop. lflha-
: would return to Starke Wednes: ject areas will be given during the Elixson, 61 a lifelong > FILL DIRT

week of Dec. 9. Passing scores : resident of the Worthington of conflicting activities, FOR SALE-Used '81 Inch 'TV's only
JOIN day night
TODAY or Thursday. ALL JYPES
the joint at Shepherd's Radio and
will earn a Florida High School I Springs, community, died Thurs-I Bureau meeting the Farm WRGR TV.. . tfch*

TilE : ", CARD OF THANKS Diploma. A state fee of $5 is day, Nov. 14,, after a s and Cattlemen's Assn. TRACTORWORK.
scheduled for: Friday Dec. 6 has I' FU"RNISHED.PAnTMENTS. at reduced -
'0 Community State We wish to charged for each set of tests. Ap heart attack. .He was a veteranof I I been postponed until Dec. 13. 1190 KG PHONE 500 I. monthly rates for. couples
our grati plicants for the tests or retestsare World War I, and was engag STARKE AND'v or with one child. All con\tn-
Bank Starke tude for the flowers messages of timber operations. I The meeting! will be held in the FLORIDA : Light ," Close In. W. H. Noll
asked to contact L. H. Gibsonat ed .in logging Brooker man 228 W.,, Madison St. Starke.
Member Federal Deposit sympathy and the kindnesses are his wife, Mrs. school cafeteria with Z.: The Music & News Station tfchg
the usa Building as soon as Surviving W. W. L. THIGPEN, JR. ,
shown us at the loss of our loved : Hamilton and a ladies'
Insurance Corporation possible. Marie Elixson, of Worthington; committee L In Starke Et 2 Box: 245.D- Alton Ri
one. The family of Mason Elix ; in charge of' the menu.;
son.Hint. Evening School Holidays ':me. daughter, Mrs. Carolyn PHONE 297-J FOR RENT-Furnished'' apartmentwith
Starke five Glenn The tentative program schedule MONDAY 'heat, hot water*gas and electricity -
Crosby, ; sons, TIIRD FRIDAY
Final classes in the Adult Edu '
-- : calls 'for'election Starke, Fla. furnished. Apply at Apt 2,
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Elixson Fayetteville : Phone 284-R.
cation ; Up
... Program before the Christ 1 the Cattlemen's Group and 6:00 Sign on and News
1 : ,and r
Steve Roy H., P .Elixson of
mar. hOlidays'ill be held on Fri the recent State Farm Bureau 6:05: Starke Wakes Up OUR TENTH ANNIVERSARY. HERE IS '.TRULY the gift( for a
1 Wcrthington; and Kenneth Elixqon RADIOS REPAIRED lifetime ; : a. gIft'that helps deelop
.' i ,f day Dec. 20. Adult classes will re of Starke three Convention in Jacksonville and 7:00 First Edition (news, ) AU Make AU )Model \ the habit of. success fur
sume on Thursday Jan. 2. ; 'stepsons, State' Cattlemen's Conventi in 7:15: Starke Wakes Up Uuo. bl Charge naruteedCHAS. school and career years. World
$::. Minton Richardson. C. SHEPHERD Book in
Dil- the home
+ Tampa; creates excited
c New enrollments are now being Tampa. 8:00: Sporta IDa W. Call St. Starke Pk. 2*$ interest
'lard encourages learning inspires -
i Richardson Palatka. and I
$Iz 1 ,:.W., ;.I accepted for January classes.; Rep. Doyle Conner is expected 8:05: Starke Wakes Up confidence. Benefits will be
> Cecil Richardson > PAID ON seen and felt '
Worthington; 9:00 3% SAVINGS KEY- tor years to come
Registrations may be made dailyat and two brothers to review the issue concerning the : News & Betty' Grey Show STONE STATE BANK KEYSTONE Nothing else you might choose tan
: the Adult Education Office in: Oscar and proposal',to reassess the value, of) 10:00: Sweet Music Show &; HEIGHTS FUL, MEMBER give ao much for only 20 cent
1 Gcrdan Elixson, Lake Butler.. farm News ( FDld a day! Give this Christmas added
land hourly
the USO Building of Starke. Funeral services 'a proposal -opposed by meaning with a. family gift of the
Income Tax Preparation Course were' held the two groups. 12:15: Second Edition (news) FOR SALE-Used 17 Inch T.V. Setseqs brilliant new World Book Encyclo
Saturday. Nov. 16, at 3 p. m. in 12:30: Sweet Music Show &;. "' >! at $;he1lhflrd.Uebe' pedia. M. A.. Payne Box 60:, phone
Arrangements are now being the Johnstown 443.W Starke. 3tp 11:0
made for Income Tax Baptist' Church Two Found News (hourly) FOR RENT Unfurnished apartment -
.. Preparationcourse near Raiford. of which he was 3:00 Starke :Music Hall &; i at (55 N. Walnut St. 3 large ELECTRIFY your old Treadle Sewing
to be offered during Janu a member. rooms and bath. Also nice for i machine for only $18.50. In
Officiating ministerswere On CountsTwo News (hourly) '
Profanity ,
business office. Redecorated iu portable case. $24.50. Sewing Machine
It is
ary. expected that the course; Rev. D. A. Greek and Rev. Mon., Art Mooney; Tues., Gor- side. Mrs. A. F. Saula. 633 Me Exchange, 120 N. Court StStarke. -

will be conduced one evening per Alton Dobbs. Wilson Funeral men, Herman Geiger and ion McRae; Wed., Harry' Bela-, :Mahon St.. or phone 183.! W. tfehgr 3tp IJ/:!O

1 .' week for a total of four weeks. Home was in charge of arrange Otis Brown were found guilty i in fonte; Thur., Sammy Kaye; Fri.. REAL ESTATE FOR 'SALE-13a< Plymouth door

The class will be taught by an Internal ments. Mayor's Court Monday of public: Eddie Fiher. Far all roar Real Estate leeds Savoy. This i II really a dandy little -
See ear'with white side wall tires
} Revenue agent of the Jacksonville intoxication and using profanity, 3:15: Mon., Eddy Howard; Tues.,' HARRY. KLROD. .JR. tinted g1ai windshield washer and

district. Details will I; New Pastry end 'a third man Claude Starling, Sunny Gale; Wed., Luis Alcaraz;. :is Temple Ate. Starke. Fla. only : .OOO miles. The price is
Shop _tO.n IlatlagN I.vlted) tr..c only $895 with terms,
announced as soon as they are forfeited $37 bond when he failedto Thur., Rosemary Clooney; Fit,,, See Blll Wall at 8J7 very N.easy Walnut St
available. To Open SaturdayMr. appear to answer to the -same Toni James. ONE BEDROOM furnished apart. ItchgFOR
ments for rent. Phone 165, W. T.
charges. 3:30: Mon., King Sisters i Tues.,, Jackson. tfchg SALE
circulating Kerosene -
\ Office and Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Policeman Carl Fillyaw testified 1- Billy Vaughn; Wed.. Jo Stafford; beater. $20. G. E. McIntosh,
MovedThe HOUSE FOR Uniok
Davis have : Thur. Martin Fri. Inquire at Hampton Post Office
recently moved to Tony ; Larry
that the three men, had beet _Pin Station. tic!!. -- lip
Starke and are opening their new and used the ; Clinton. -
office of the Independent profane START THE NEW YEAR right by
business. SALE-Cedar
Pastry Shop, at ,3:45 Mon., Andy Williams:: Christmas Trees.
language in the of i getting Nationally Advertised '
Life and Accident Insurance Co 116 S. presence $1 and $1.50 each Clipped Holly in
this week Walnut St. this Saturday. waitress at a restaurant. The rues.Ames Bros.; Wed., Ferlin I : Independent business of your own full bloom,, for Christmas decoration. -
was moved from 120 I;.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Thur. Diahann Carroll i in Starke. No Investment ne4>uI Pig!
Davis Husky bunch SOc.
have ; :; Juice Oranges
: ( ) Court street. to its new location) had policeman said he was in th I sary. Write C. R. Ruble Dept. D-l; $1 bu. Bring container. Farm
: 2.t 129 S. Walnut street Mrs many years of experience in kitchen and heard the proceedings. Fri., Vic Damone. The 'J. .R. Watkins Company, Memphis IOQ feet vest\kof hard road. C. W.
H the '
Louise pastry business. Mr. Davis Geiger was, sentenced I tc 4:00 Mon., Caterina Valente;; %. Tennessee Up Jeakina, Johnson. Fla.. (Putnam
superintendent was with the County). \
announced. Federal Bakery $47 or 9 days and Brown, to$3'!< rues., Ray Martin; Wed., Doris HOME IX STARKESakctaatlal ... .
him the chain for 20 years,, and for the Day; Thur., Wayne King; Fri., NEW
amazing PleceSet
01 7 days. They pleaded not gui Li Stainless Steel
Mrs. Renner said that the business ;i- past five years has been with Lena Home. 3 bed ?.*_ .....e.lar..e .. Table Ware. _Setting for s. ,with

; :'POLAROID@Lancl the of"the four firm has tripled during the Wolf ies chain of bakeries andrestaurants. ty. ., 4:15 Mon.:, Dean Martin. ; Tues., Price $lot.:',ThO.OO.FLORIDA:about. I block .t. sebsoL for chest.$5.09.retailed Call for after'$1'.J5.p.m.: Will 407 sell S.

CAMERA years it has been Jill! Corey; Wed., Jackie Gleaaon:; Redgrave Kt Starke. 2tp 12/IS
established in Starke, making Everyone visiting the new pastry Driving Restricted Thur.; Johnny Mathis; Fri., The FOR
OF STARKE SALE-1155 Liberty
the Trailer 45
magnificent pictures in 60 seconds necessary move to larger shop on opening day, will be illtoppers. ft.'*2 bedrooms air Condition, com
quarters.She W. T. .Jackson in elt 116 IS. \VaInat St. TeL 38Starke.
given free Mayor ) plete-bath. Call 243W.
a sample of cake. 4:30: Mon., Del Wood; Tues., Nat Florida 1420 Pratt
said'that Mrs. Gladys Harrington court Monday issued an'order St itch
Mr. and Mrs. prohibiting
Davis Cole Wed. Five'
are making King ; Keys;
Gi'e him this camera first thing Christmas who has been the Louis Albert Mann 22 REPOSSED BLONDE Spinet Piano.
\ superintendent their home in Starke at, ColonialInn. Thur., June Christy; 'FrI., Jimmy FOR SALE-Nice wooded lot on
Don't him of the local the Excellent condition. Gridley Music Lake Pedford near' Keystone
morning. make wait another office during from driving during night Dean. Company, Inc., 1023 West University Cash $1.700. Phone 2X.R Hgts

minute to start in snapping' pictures withit this time is now superintendent hours, between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m., 4:45 Mon., Gene Vincent; Tues., Avenue. Telephone FR403%,. P. O._Drawer 711, Starke. or 4tchg write

and showing them off only 60 seconds at large. traveling over the Guard for the next 30 days.. Kay Starr; Wed., Judy Garland; Gainesville Florida. I FOR. RENT. -I room furnished ,
entire district. May ..AgainAccept apt.
later. Magnificent pictures he'll Mann. was convicted of reckless Thur,. Sal Mineo; FrL, Elvis Pres- I FOR SALE-Boys -lnch bike. %0., gas heated. 331 Clark St Mr*. D.
driving; Policeman Carl Fillyaw M. A. Payne 204 S. Glenn 8t.,I L. Silcox. Hchg
pass around with pride! Taken Joins NonVets.The said that the youth slid his tire; tey. Starke. Up
GuardsMichael 5:00 Mon., Fred Waring; Tues FOR SALE-Emer.aoD: TV hi perfect
with the great new Polaroid om "ruling of the Florida' .Military 1 at a drive-in- nearly hitting Pat Boone; Wed., Pee Wee Hunt:; REPOSSESSED Automatic Sewing. condition. Cheap for lash. Mrs A

Land Film that makes this cam- S. Redfearn of Keystone Dept. which 'placed a' temporary waitress, then took off "as if he i i Thur. Ray Anthony; FrL, Everly Machine$80. Take nice up mahogany payments.cabinet.Save Sewing F. Sauls; lMcMahone 8t. Itcng

era really shine. Heights joined Co. C, the suspension on enlistment of wanted to drag race" another car Brothers. Machine Exchange. 120 X Court

Starke National Guard unit this non-prior service personnel in the Mann pleaded not guilty, denying 5:15 Mon., Tab Hunter; Tues, St. Starke. Up' FOR block.SALE--1'Itr .In' porch five ;room Sit

week. After serving two yearson Army National Guard has been the charges.YouthsCharged. Peggy Lee; Wed., McGuire Sisters FOR SALE CHEAP-One Quaker 2. acres ''allce, already" financed i.
active duty with the Army :he rescinded effective Thur. Frankie- Laine FrL burner Oil Heater. Smith DeVote. at 4% Interest. -Road" 100
.Dec: 1.' Cap ; ; 549 W. Adklng St, Starke. Up, Soutb. E. H. Rea.all. .Jtt. 1, Box
..BULLINGTON'SSTUDIO was discharged on Oct 24 as a Randal Chitty commanding officer Al Kibbler. 144 Starke. Flaf: Itcbg

specialist third class and will:retain of Co. C said t.hJaweeL.: 5:30 Mon., Kitty Kallen; Tues, Nothing PORTABLE down.TYPEWRITERS Dollar A Week.-

this rank in the National This means that the Starke Three youths were. freed under Hal Kemp; Wed., Johnny Ray; Ideal Christmas gift for the entire; FOR SALE-8/4 ton CMC pickup

AND GIFT Guard ,assigned to. the track .sec- National Guard 'unit .may again I$100 bond last Friday' night Thur.,. Stan Kenton; FrL.. Three' family. Bradford CountTet4graph..' truck lent condition.with Stock Cain body.jenal eir' .lt
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tion. enlist non-veterans and'men in l charged with disturbing peace I Ii Suns,: FOR RENT-4 room unfurnished I 434.Y. alter S pm. nohy
Redfearn is married and is the this category are invited to 'drop i by fighting at a Starke driv -Lu. 5:45 Mon., Hugo Winterhalter; house 4 miles from Starke on Rai
Phone 265 Opposite Florida Theatre Starke Fl of :ford Rd. Rodman Underbill 'Up NTED-By R.tirt.U: couple. one
a. son Mr. and Mrs. William
by the Armory if"theyvare interested The three were identifiedas Tues.June Valli; Wed. Dinahhore room furnished apartment 1ft

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eral! months. : er, Miss Mary Ella Turner Mrs. has been 'the weekend guest of well and :Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ..9999..Y9.Y... .yy.. .' Thursday of last week. '

Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bird of I Frances ,Wadsworth, and Sam Mr. and Mrs.. R. P. 'McLendonand Belche. Miss Nancy: Manni of Starka

Philadelphia, Pa. were overnight Anderson. Sunday,guests of Mr. family. Mr. and ;:Mrs. 'JjU. : Friends of L. B. Cooper will RISING was the weekend guest of Miss

guests at the home of the DavidA. and Mrs.. Turner were Mr., and CogdUU' also of St. Marks, Carolyn Jones.
Nelsons They were on their Mrs. Bill Brinson of Valdosta, were'"with ,the. McLendons from be glad to know that he is doing
I 'Mrs. Gordon Jones 1'HE .KliiHr roiMx for the
a short Saturday ,until Sunday. nicely in the Veterans Hospitalin
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D. 0. Stewart .have returnedfrom dinner guest P. D. Fancher, Sr. Thanksgiving ,Day dinner guestsof weeks. Jacksonville spent the weekend

HIGHLIGHTSBy a visit .in" Maitland. Mrs. of Starke. Mr and Mrs: H. 1\1. ''Richard Mrs. J. B. Godwin and her with their parents, Mr. and Mrs
of Mrs. Catherine Gorman of Far and family.
the guest I
Tracy was children, Jimmy and Cheree, IZ A. Crosby.Mr. .
Rockaway, N. Y. and Mrs. Mary
and Mrs. Jimmy and Terry Yawn, sons i
Mrs. J. Russell Young Wilbur Montgomery Cavanaugh of 'Laurence, N. Y. were in Miami from Wednesdayof and Mrs. Gordon Jones
visited Mr. and Mrs. of Judge and, Mrs: T A.Yawn
Stewart week until Sunday visit-: and Mr. and!, Mrs.
&AAAAAAUUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALoral Norman Fauscutt. are visitors of Mr. and Mrs. of Starke, spent Friday and I and Carolyn,
Louis Dean. ing relatives.Mr. Thurman Jones and sons were
L. Best Saturday nights with their
Author Has Book cles, baked goods, dolls and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mr. and
the Miss ,Susan Sei ler, 'daughterof grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. W. N. North and Thanksgiving guests of
PublMied! other items. Hot dogs and coffee and son were guests and Mr.and .
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Mr. and :Mrs. :Milo Seigler, G. Caldwell. son Billy spent ThanksgivingDay Mrs. Edward Norman LIQUID OR TABLETS
,Davis, while will be served at the shop, weekend of Mrs. Best's parents.
Dr. John Eisele Mrs,' Herbert Norman at
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Watkins in spent Friday night with her SK-2 and_:Mrs. J. N. Belche : 'DOE: MOIl 10 STOP
in last year, 1 1j' which is located next to the bar- Mr. and Mrs. Roy -
Lake I
wintering their home on Lake Geneva.Mr. grandmother and granddaddy, returned hgmeto Pensacola on Mrs. L. B. Cooper her mother, lady COLDS MISERIES BECAUSIrr

i{; was at work on a book dealing ber shop. and Mrs. Louis Kyle en- Mr. and Mrs. 'Bryan Whitfieldin Sunday afternoon after spending Mrs. J. A. Green, and Miss Dorothy '- Mr and Mrs. Paul Faulknerand ; HAS MORI
rehabilitation entitled CelebratedMr. I
with mental 55th Wedding holiday visit of the Campville. the holiday; weekend with their Ross visited :Mr. Cooper in ,son .of Starke. were visitingMr. \OUCANREiyON668
"Recovery From Schizo- and Mrs. Carl G. Benson, 'Freeman joyed Kyles of Orlando. Miss Kay Cogdill '_of_ St, Marks. parents, Mr and.. Mrs. J.. G. Cald Lake City Sunday afternoon." and :Mrs. E. C. Lewis on
phrenia." The book Is now in recent newcomers to Keystone
W. R. Walker and Charles
print and available in medical Heights, celebrated their 25th I :: .
winter visitors to
Miller, regular
libraries. Dr. Davis has also'wedding anniversary with a dinner -
Keystone Heights, have arrived i .
dance at the MetropolitanClub
contributed chapters to three
with Mr.
and are
other books recently, two of I in Jackfonville on Wednes- .! ..
L which are published and the day evening Nov. 27. Mrs. Ben- Mrs. F. E. Stitchberry. '. .. ".t -
son is the former :Miss Willa 9 ... .
other in the In 1952 he :
process Y YT T Y TYY OIi
Mae Colley of Manchester N. Hand .
published; "Clinical Applicationsof MIPW.
the wedding took place in I8fc-
Recreational Therapy, also STATE FARMBy .
dealing with the rehabilitationof that city. An orchestra provided -- --
music for dancing for the 150
the mentally ill. Dr. Davis is !.
guests. A buffet dinner was en- Mrs. J. G.*t .
President of the Association for ld\ell.: I
joyed by the guests. _
Physical and :Mental Rehabilitation .&&&&&&& AAAA AAAAA' S
and was Chief Birthday Observance I
formerly of
Mrs. Albert Bachmann was The Community Club and the ) ZTC ,
Corrective Therapy Veterans! (
Demonstration Club of the
eveningat Home
Administration.Word hostess on Saturday y x
a dinner honoring Mrs. Paley State Farm held a joint meetingon
received here from the Nov. 27. Mrs. ..
Melrose. The
Davises is that the Presidency Mrs Boyd's birthday and Milo Siegler presiding at the Ladies v- r' \ d ,,.

of the Association has taken the affair. former and Mrs. A. C. Belcheat
20 guests enjoyed
them on many interesting trips, the latter. Mrs. Frank P. LACE-TRIMMED
Pink and white camellias were .
including Los AngeleCaJif. Larkin of Hampton. Va., was r
used in the decoration throughout RAYON
They hope( to be back in Keystone welcomed as a visitor and 'Mrs. w
the rooms. ..
Heights soon after the James Merz as a new member.The /'W
: and Mrs. W. C. of
Mr. Young -
first of the .year. They have re- club room was beautifully Ladies

mained in Rehoboth Beach long- Jacksonville, and Mrs. W. L. decorated with chrysanthemums \ .
Bunce of Keystone Heights and I GOWNS i.; ; : ies
.than their usual little in grandson order to, be Kennon near their families were guests- of of casion.several Delicious colors for refreshments this oc \: .

:Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Stitchberryfor
Davis, who has been in John were served by the hostesses, ,
dinner in Waldo on Thanks- '
Hopkins HOSpita1.SprlnKerRodgerll Mrs. Robert Cadell, Mrs. L. PANTIES
giving day. The dinner was in
Wedding B. Cooper and Mrs. J. G. Cald- ,
celebration of the birthday of ,. _
Miss Shirley Isabel Rodgers well. Miss Dorothy ROM, Home .
Mrs. Bunce and Mr, ,Young,
and John Howard Springer exchanged Demonstration Agent, made and .
daughter and son of Mrs. Stitch-
vows in a quiet wedding served holiday treats that",were ir
berry.: After dinner the family 18c p
'ceremony performed by the Rev.J. beautiful, tasty and nonfattening. -
returned to the Stitchberry home .
Russell$ Young ..ot.the. Community .
enjoyed a
Church at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Dobbs had t
the bride's mother, Mrs. M: L. a family reunion at their homeon : '
Rodgers in Lake Geneva. The Catholic Club To Meet Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and i ( "Comfortable.:' Hollywood ti i

wedding took place on Friday The St. Williams CatholL Club I II !I Mrs. Dobbs were very happy to \ -. Briefs'' .

evening Nov. 22, at 7 o'clock in I I will meet for a covered dish sup- have all of their children and .. .It : .. .. .

the presence of relath'eand I per at 6 p. m. on Wednesday, grandchildren with them. Others '' Soft Rayon In Novelty l ,,,?

close friends of the couple Dec. 11. The supper and meet present for this celebration werea Full Length Gowns. ..in. .'. t ;I ; Weaves . j
Keith Rodgers of Sarasota ing are for all the parishioners. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Pretty Si les1.' : ; :

brother of the bride, gave her in KeynotesBen and Mrs. Lester Dobbs of Gainesville : Assorted Colors

marriage. Bridesmaids were H. Rose is convalescing at also Mrs.' Laura Mosleyand : iI. /

nieces of the bride. Misses Don- home after surgery in Alachua Mrs. Sallie Tiaon. Long Generously Trimmed Sizes 5 To 7
tables .. re so right '" -
were the
na Rodgers and Diane Davidson. General Hospital, Gainesville. arranged on you
spacious lawn and old-fash- With Sheer Lace "k.
Serving as best Watson, Jr. the an !
man was William Al was among (
Dillon of Tampa, brother- holiday visitors home from ioned picnic dinner was ,enjoyedby ; to gi & him : *

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in-law of the is # -
bridegroom. school for Thanksgiving. He "
E student University.Miss Mrs. Frank P. Larkin of Choice Of Assorted d '-- i *6. 4 ,
White nylon and orchid taf- a at Emory : '
feta chosen for the > Ann Vance was also at Hampton Va. is the guest of her tt--- '
were smaids' Delicate Colors : j .. lt. ,
street length dresses. The home over the holiday weekend.She daughter Mrs. E. V. Hughes. ::. J 0 .
Col. and Mrs. E. V. Hughes are I % I .
teaches'in .
bride wore a powder blue wool the Elementary ., .; z.$ ":{ ..;:.> ,
rejoicing over the arrival of t
dress accented with pearl ac- School in Arlington. ; -0" ";'?wv' J Men Reg.
their third granddaughter. Little ; ...,
cessories. Her bride's bouquetwas Miss Edith Young, an In- 1j"/1-
Helen Louise is the daughter of
of white carnations and structor in Psychiatric Nursingat 2.99
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kisher of
tuberoses.The the University of Miami, was :
Xenia, Ohio. i LONG SLEEVE
for the holidays and '
flower girls Gail David- at '
son and Sheryl Rodgers were brought as her guest Miss Ger- New residents of our commun- J BOYS' 2PIECEMATHED ,
ity are Mr. and Mrs. James
gowned alike in pink lawn and I trude Poulin also an instructorin SPORT
De- Merz, Deanna and Robert. They
tulle dresses. the University Nursing '
.. live in the house formerly occupied '
The bride .
a mother partment.Mrs.
wore a
by Mr. and Mrs., Bryan
street length dress of blue taf- H. f. Stevens had as her Whitfield. f SHIRTSI

fetta and the bridegroom's' guest over the holiday' weekendher Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Swan had : OF COLORS, I
mother chose brother, C. D. Laidlaw of ;.
a print dl'esin
as holiday weekend guests their k3 9
shades of ,blue. Their corsages Jacksonville. Other members of daughter and son-in-law, Mr. 2.33 r
the Laidlaw visitinga PATTERNS a 57
were of white carnations. family were and Mrs. Donald Busby and babyson 7
in school in North Caro- .
A buffet dinner was served son of Orlando. Also visitors of -I. ,

following)) the ceremony. The lina. MrS. Lawrence McLaughlin Mr.: and Mrs. Swan were Mr. Is:1: AND AND FABRICS ..

table was centered with the another sister, entertained the and Mrs. Garner Berlt of Huntington *

tiered bride's cake. family for dinner on Sunday at West Virginia. After .. 4

Out of town guests included her home. I spending a couple days here they & ].33 .

Mr. and Mrs. Springer, parentsof Mrs. S. F. Kennedy enjoyedthe traveled on to Tampa to enjoya : x' for

the bridegroom and Mr. and visit of her sister-in--law, '. few days of fishing. 1 X. J Na 2 $5

Mrs William Dillon of Tampa: Mrs. W. R. Baker of Jacksonville S '
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Belche : Flannel Slacks With Matching ; .

)fr. and Mrs.- Walter Davidson' over the weekend. have had visiting them for the 1 Shirt i r / ; + r ': ."" Regular and Ivy

of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gaunt Sr. last week her father, J M. Mea ; 4) a : League Button-Down

Mrs. Keith' Rodgers of Sarasota. spent Thanksgiving with their dows of Ashford Ala. Corduroy 'Slacks With Cabar- f; ; ; ., a, t' Collars l I

Mr. and Mrs. Harold son and daughter-in-law Mr. Mr. and ,' .
Sibthorpeof Mrs. Gerald Cox and dine Shirt'i.. j ;, y 4 f+ + & Woven Cotton Hi-
Lake Geneva, aunt and uncleof and'Mrs. Richard Gaunt of Jack- daughter Lois Irene, of Orlando s z" t k ,

the bride, were among the sonville. were Wednesday and Thursday Other'. ...-,- Colorful" Combinations ,J'. J'Siz -, I -/ 4P; ; < Others Bulk Rayon and

guests! Miss Cleva Carson was the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ,
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Saturday, Dec. 7, the Nearly of Jacksonville for Thanksgivingand Mr. and Mrs J. C. Wallace ... Patterns '
,New Shop, operated by the Auxiliary a day of shopping. had as guests over the holidays r" I

of St. Anne's Church will Re.and'. Mrs. Ralph Felix Mr. and Mrs. R.- A. Wells and ,. ..,. ',,t' S M L XL

hold a Christmas gift 'sale, in"I have arrived at the Geneva daughter Mary, Jim McDonald, ... -- : -- :: '. ..

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BUY Dora Linton were Joe and Steve

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LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE and Mrs. Margaret Reed of <' Full Size in.Pretty-Colors '

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.TTTTTTTTTvTTTTTTT"TT' atmosphere of the Thanksgiving; i sons in Green Cove Springs Mr. and :Mrs. Benny ,Thomas. General Hospital in Gainesville: family' of Olustee, and the H. 'M. than eight '''years. the Clay Hill Church. So Percy

holidays.A I Thursday.The The guest list was numbered at Mr. and Mrs. George Williamsand McRaes enjoyed Thanksgivingday We had our first frost that could preach 'preachers' evenIf

BROOKERBy number of games were played I' W. M. S. ladies began 42 present.. They were: Mr. and Howell spent Sunday last with the Robert Myrick family has been noticeable Monday we would not have had 34

and enjoyed by all. Refresh- their .season of prayer for fore- Mrs. }.I.I. ; Chesser and daugh- week in Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Susie ,Myrick in morning and we mean. it looked
I as were.
Barbara Sue Davis! ments were served to the 22 ign missions at the Brooker Bap- ter. Mr. and'-Mrs.' Sam Harvey and Mrs. Leo Wiggin., and droveto Starke. like a "young snow". Makes uS many present
guests by the hostess, Mrs. tist Church Tuesday night. Dec. and children, Mr.. and Mrs. Fernandlna'; Beach, and toured Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis and think we are back in Virginiaor Betty Carter was so busy
-A AAAAAAj &&&& u Howard Douglas.Out 3rd. Mrs. Jean Douglas in Charles Crews, Mr.and Mrs. Alton Fort Clinch the ::W C. Conner: family spentThanksgiving Kentucky. talking to Roma Lomax recently

Old Landmark BurnsIt of town guests were Jean charge of the program.Mr. Benton,. Mr; and ,Mrs. .Clar- Mr. and Mrs. David Younkerof with the Bishop ,We are sorry to learn that that she didn't see the curves

is with regret that I write and Edward Endicott of Gainesville and Mrs Malcolm Lewis ence: Thomas, Mr. and -}.Irs: D. Jacksonville were Thanksgiving .Thomases :at Brooker. Mrs. Dawson Padgett has beenon in the road and talked herself

that the home of 'Rev and Mrs. and Les Hardee Jr. of Jack- and Allen Lewis visited Mr. and I H. ,Tealey-- and children all of dinner guests of Mr. and Rae Visiting were Mr.their and Mrs.children B. M. Mc-and the sick list and unable to be right into the ditch with the car.
R. R. Carlton was completely de- sonville. Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. A. Fowler and family. with in '
Mrs. F. N. Porter and friends Jn : Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Ben- us church. First had a
stroyed by fire Sunday after Mr, and Mrs. Edd Polk and St. Augustine Saturday night. Benson"and children of Hague They also visited with Mrs: py'McRae grandchildren and, family of Brooker, severe case of the flu which Gave the girls a pretty good jolt

noon. Although the VolunteerFire sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. .and Mrs. Dewey Stokes Station, Mr. and Mrs Albert B. Younker's parents; Mr 'and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Huey and son, almost turned into pneumonia tut didn't hurt them except

Department wa. called, Polk and family in Trenton re and son of Jacksonville, Mr. and Thomas 'of Jacksonville :Mr., and i A. Williams. and Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Thorn then arthritis got the better of shake them up and frighten them

they were unable to stop the cently. Mrs. Al Lloyd of Gainesville and Mrs. J: C. Thomas and grandsons -i Mrs.: Asa Cox and son of ton and children, all of Starke. her and the last we heard she half to death. Didn't damage the

blaze. The Carltons were able to Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stokes of Sgt. and Mrs. J. E. Whitton :and of McDill A. F. BJ in Gainesville spent Monday of last The H. M. and O. W. McRaes were was still confined to her bed. We car very much, and it was driven j
. save some of their household Starke, and Mr. and Mrs:' Frank children of Panama City visited Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Willis week in Hampton with Mrs. M. Saturday dinner guests of the T. hope she is well before now.
goods and clothing before the Stokes visited the Edd Polka Ruby and Donald Stokes and Thomas of Titusville and Mr., P. Misner and son. N. Normans. The infant daughter home from the scene of the

blaze enveloped the house. Saturday. Mrs. Viola Gillis over the week and Mrs. Roland Thomas and Mr-, and, Mrs. >T. J. Aldermanand Although the weather was cold, ar. Mrs. Floyd Johns has of been Mr. "jolt". Ernie and Irene didn't

Some of you readers might remember Mr. and Mrs. Perry Osteenof child'of McII tosh. Jay, and Mrs.Alderman's we had.a great day at Pine Level suffering with a head infection.We know anything about it until 1

the house better as the Newberry, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. end.Guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. R. 'F. Letter From Reader sister Mrs. Weathersty: of last Sunday. The pastor, Rev. W. hope she is well and will not the next day when Ernie started

home of the late Phil A. Crosby. Tetstone and children of Gaines- Gano over the long holiday Nov. 22, 1957 Branford had Thanksgiving din- E. Hall, brought the message will and have to suffer with this infection the car then he learned there

A half-century ago Mr. Crosby ville, Talmadge Polk and. sons weekend were Mr. and Mrs. D. Dear,Miss Davis: ner at the Spike Club'in Ocala five souls were next.saved. They at the again, this is not the :'first at- was something wrong and had
''built the house near the svte of of Trenton, and Ned Hicks visit- National Forest., be baptised Sunday
R. Gano of Swan /Lake, Mr. and We other of this illness she has had.
certainly enjoy service, with two to
your to take
the old homestead. ed the Edd Polks Mr. evening the car garage for re-
Until about Sunday. and Mrs. Leo and
Mrs. M. M. Gano and children. Wiggins
column In The Telegraph. My members that came forward for Gene Manning cut hiS leg witha
10 years ago the old home was Mr. and-Mrs. Edd Polk visited of St. Augustine, Mrs. J. W. i husband daughter of Jacksonville, and pairs. They should learn to not
Stanley Crosby, having baptism recently: "skilled saw" and had to have
in use as a store room. It was the Tom Wasdins in Waldo Mon- Gano and Mrs. H. P. Beacon of Mr. and, Mrs. H. B. Wiggins of talk sq .much next time. The
day. spent the first 18 years. of his We were made very happy last 32 stitches taken in it. We un-
torn down by one of Mr. Crosby's Hampton
were could
Hawthorne. results
& life in and around Brooker, naturally Thanksgivingdinner Saturday when our son, Owen of derstand the leg is healing nice- be worse.
sons, the late Hugh Butler Those guests of Mr. ..
attending Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs.
a Thanksgiving Talmadge Kelleyand gets a big "kick" out of New York and his wife Iris, and ly., r -
Crosby. During Mr. Crof\ y's luncheon at the home of Mrs.J. children visited Rev. and hearing from the hometown George Williams. their four-little' sons of Jackson- Communion service was'ob- 114
time, the young peope for miles K. Douglas were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mott and :Mrs. S. M. folks. Mr. and Mrs. James' Broome ville came for a visit with us.
around gathered at this old Mrs. Ressie Colson and children Mott over the weekend. and family of Orlando spent last They returned to Jacksonville served at the Clay Hill Baptist GflY'SHome
landmark :You maybe certain that Church last Sunday but we did
of you
an ,old-fashioned Starke, Bill Plaster Stork ShowerA the
of Jack- weekend in Hampton with Sunday as Owen was returningfor '
sing on Sunday afternoons.We sonville, Lowell Douglas of stork shower was given for have at'least' two avid readers Frank Williams family, and Mrs. Navy duty Monday. net have many members present AppliancesYour
Charleston in. .South ,Carolina!. Stanley. Isattending We hope that all remember the
the peope in and around S. C., Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Polly Lott in the home of Broome and Mrs. Williams were Mrs_ H. H. Lewis and Mrs. W.
Brooker, are sorry to see the Howard Douglas and childrenand Mrs. Horace May of Hamptonlast Law School at the Jacksonville visitors Saturday. C. Conner made a business trip to svng Saturday night and attend., Friendly
We in Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson.Mr. University of South Carolina and .Mr. and Mrs. Also remember we still have
old landmark go. are Friday night. A large crowd Avory Slade and Palatka Monday.CLAY .
hopes that Rev. and Mrs. R. R. and Mrs. T. W. Markeyand attended. Mrs. Lott received you can' be assured that as Jong children spent last weekend in unday School and church EVE- Norge Dealer

Carlton will rebuild and continueto little Joe Green were in many lovely and useful gifts. as that we are away from Florida Maxville with her parents, Mr. ,....y..yyy..y..y TI. RY SUNDAY and all are urgedto
; we will, be .reading our Tele- attend even if the weather is e NORGE APPLIANCES
homestead.The After and Mrs.
live on the old Gainesville Tuesday afternoon on games were played the graph. C. M. Greene.

. Young People's Class of business.Mr. following hostesses served refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brookins 'HILLS cold.Mr. 0 MAYTAQ.' WASHERS
the Brooker' Baptist Church en- and Mrs. Bill Bigham Jr: I to the guests: Mrs. Viola ,' I also have fond memories of i and daughter, Linda: and their Rowell preached for us
Gillis and Brooker; .having spent two son Ray. Brookins Saturday night and all who were 9 COLEMAN HEATERS and
tertained the Young People and and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mrs.. H. E. stokes of home for a Mr J. L. StrickUnd .
Intermediate Class of, the New and Craig, Dickie. Davis of Brooker and Mrs. N. J. Davis months there while Stanley was few days from'MCAS, Miami by present enjoyed the service: The FLOOR FURNACES

River Baptist Church also the Brooker, and Mr. and Mrs. L. and Mrs.Griffis.. replacingMr.. Gano as operatorat had Thanksgiving dinner with a. & & i aaUlaaa Saturday night' Percy Knight
Mrs. Mattie Sowells is the Seaboard. relatives in Headland Ala. preached for us we didn't have We. Service All Makes
Intermediate Class of Brooker L. Hardee and Les Jr. of Jack visitingMrs. Also Faye England gave a birthday
: :;*" Ann visiting so many present, but we had Of Appliances
Bedia -Mary Crosby during the
.Baptist Church at a party Fri- sonville-visited friends and relatives -I Connley in Talla- Thanksgiving party for her- two sons, Willie
hassee for few 2317. Marion St weekend here with three preachers besides Percy
in Nashville GJU over the a days. the Brookins'were onNov24.. Willie' is ;
,day night Now 29 in the Community and Henry,
Center. weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Hazen ,.Columbia, S. C. their son and family, Mr. seven years old and Henry George"Prevail from Lawtey, Phone 10
of Gainesville visited the Aubrey May I say that it is letters of. and Mrs. Rex Brooking Cocoa. had 'large.crowd Herb. Higdon, Maxville. ''J. L. Starke, FloridaThat's
The Center was beautifully decorated and Mrs. G. W. Davis, three. They a
with flowers and crepe eon guests of the F. C. Tomlin- Hazens Sunday this. type that ,make my feeble r Mrs. T. F. Brown spent present and all had an enjoyable Strickland and Harvey Lane of

.paper in keeping. with. the eon guests of' the F. 'C. Tomin- Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas efforts as a reporter worthwhile, Thanksgiving day in Keystone afternoon.We ---
i were guests of Mr. Thomas'brother and give'me: courage to go'on, Heights with Mr. and Mrs. H. glad, to have Mrs.
in Foley, Ala. over the as. I realize hour much happinessmy L. Ownbey. were us church ser- Our Business
t Ward back with in
Thanksgiving holidays.Mr. attempts may bring to others.I .
Bird and daughter of always welcome letters, from .Barbara Matchett and Wayne vices again after being in Texas If It's Glass .- We Have Itl!
Matchett, both students at"the for some time with' herhusband.. CALL WRITE VISIT
Tampa visited the Benny Thomas our readers'and will try to answer -
r University of Florida in Gaines. She is back in Florida for a long
family last each one.-Your. reporter: ,
Davis.HAMPTON ville were home for the Thanksgiving visit with relatives, then will return -
tins s. Holiday guests of Mrs Nora Barbara Sue weekend in Hampton with to Texas. Joe Peters Glass Co.
Sapp were }fro and Mrs.
Sapp and children of Harold m..............."..."........--PI..." ...,, ......". their parents. Mr. and Mrs Mar- Lillian Padgett and children
Jackson- shal Matchett FOR ANY GLASS NEED
ville, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelley pent Sunday afternoon with her We Design Modern Store Fronts
,. from ONE DAY TO SIX 1 and children and Truby and John Mr: and: Mrs. M.L. Watterson mother, Lottie" Padgett, In Jacksonville -
I Pinholster.Mrs. spent. Friday and Saturday at I Just Mail Us A Pattern for

Throughout the hunting T. W. Markey and Mrs. By Mn. D. E."1HH their cottage at Cedar Key. Roma Pearl Lomax of Jacksonville Table Tops

r ti-.w._ season, you need Pitt Baxter visited the J. D. Miss Jessie May Brannen of was a recent visitor with 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla Phone FR. 2-4353

x the protection of accident Dennisons, R. K. Dukes, and A.i.i.r Bartow spent the Thanksgiving Betty Carter of Clay Hill. Bettypent

insurance. Robbie Parrish in Lake Butler The'home' of Mr. and Mrs. weekend in Hampton with the the, last weekend with
=4 "American's" Travel Friday afternoon. Foster, Hayes and.'family near Raleigh: Brannen family- and all Rpma_ in Jacksonville.We' err

-t Protector, Policy pays Mr. and Mrs Frank Tinneyand HamptonLake,' burned- to ,,the were.Thanksgiving dinner guestsof missed: the',Yougan Pad.

v'tI .,,. '::1 for dismemberment sons were shopping in Gain- ground Mondaymorning. All the Mr.'and' Mrs. J. J. Brannen. getts from sunday School .last 1Sx'O GL'ASS I Iirt
'. and medical expensesin esville Saturday. family got-out-of the,house-safe Sunday visitors of the J. J. week.v They' had feone'to- spend ,

.t \ case of an accident Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Vollen and ly although they:were unable to Brannens were Mr. and Mrs. the"day. with their son J. T. at
i 1 and payment to your.fom- children and of their Seymour of Lakeland. and Mrs.A' but with us last } t
jJ\ Mr. and Mrs.. J. save any possessions. Lawtey; were Cheaper
4 ily for loss of life. Get this M. Markey of Waycross, Ga. Mr. and .Mrs..Donald. Hucks : .L.: Sullivan of Ocala visited Sunday. > "i 1 Than
s; -.. .r' 44- oura-day. protection for them for several days last week. ?
1 { for the entire were Thanksgiving dinner guestsof moved Saturday .from the par- Clarence: ,Lang and .other relatives Glass
one day or the T. W. Markeys. sonage of the Hampton' Chris- Visitors Saturday with Mr. ; from Tampa spent the i.rt
r r-j hunting season.HAROLD .. Mrs. J. F. Taylor and Mrs tian Church Jacksonville, and Mrs. D. W. Swindell were day recently. with the Richard

jl Bob Tindale of Palatka were where they formerly resided. Mrs. Paton, and Mrs. Wimberly Langs.. r Nr hds W ow '" WINDOWMATERIALS

ptitluc.1. 4. .y visiting their parents, the Roy Mr. Hucks has, :been: .pastor 'of Mrs. Swindell's sister, both of .Mr. and Mrs.' Winton 'Parrish'
w n Greens, Sunday. Hampton' Christian Church 'since Keystone Heights
spent Sunday with the Fred
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd September., I Mr. and ''Mrs. C. H. Layfieldand Langs, Mrs. '.Parrish's parents.The I

4 Barry last Thursday were Rev. Mra. Horace May left Fridayfor family of Gainesville were following were visitors : -r-."- FLEXIBLE.SHATTERPROOFADE
C. WALL% AGENCY"INSURANCE and Mrs. C. B. Stalling of An Hyattsvflle. Md., with' hers Sunday afternoon visitors at the with the" Ernie Padgetts-the last d sin rrrt.twit BETTER.LAST LONGER
thony, Mr. and Mrs Allen Roscoe Raleigh Brannen home.
Lann ,' -May: and daughter,, two Sundays. Mr.and: Mrs. '
SPECIALISTS"' of Jacksonville, Miss Pat Hobbs Mrs; L. ',R-T!! Lambert and daughter ; r George:Luther Griffis- Mrs.r.Mar- 1. Branded on

200 E. Call Street Phone 146 and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby Cathy: who- live" nearby in ..yyyyyy..yyyyyyyyyyyy", vin :Goff and two children, Mrs.

Night: Call Harry Rabb, 536-J and son of Starke. SilversprfngV: Md. Roscoe May Kate Bowens, and H. R. Hopkinsall Satisfaction Guaranteed

Starke, Florida Mrs. Pittt Baxter is visiting and 'Mrs. Lambert'arrived earlier PINE LEVEl of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs TH

.,.. her mother at the home of the in the week to attend the funeralof Buddie Wilkinson of Hugh, and

"- Johnny Lewises in Jacksonville their\ father, Horace May. Sirs. IL M. McRae Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall of Los
for a few days. Also here] was Leon Moorer, of Angeles,:Calif'TiMr; '.Hall is a cousin J &-J BUILING SUPPLIES

Bill Hinton of Oldsmar and the 'Merchant': Marine, grandsonof &A.a4a.&a aaa"a&a. of Mrs. Padgett and the son

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney and theHorace' Mays.. Mrs. Alice Kenney and son of of. Aunt Nancy Hall. This is his (SUCCESSORS TO QUIGLEY & DAVIS)

sons, Mr.' and Mrs. Ernest Edwards John Mosley of Flint, Mich is San Juan Puerto Rico arrived in first visit to Florida in more
and children were dinner visiting in Hampton this 'week Jacksonville by plane on Nov. 7

guests of the Earl Greens Thurs- with Mr. and.Mrs. R. .H.. Parker. and are visiting her parents, Mr
1 1f 1i Jack Arthur, tosouth and Mrs.,R. D. Reddish and other
missionary f.
day.Shirley Green and Katherine Africa with the .Pocket relatives and. friends. Her hus-

larrell were visiting friends iT I Testament, League spent the band John W.,Kenney, will arrive :
this weekend and they will also g
Starke Thursday afternoon. Thanksgiving holiday- 'in Hamu- .visit. his parents. I ; ON TN! $7vos
I Gainesville was ton with Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Hinton of Marvin
We were glad to have with us
the supper guest of the Earl) Faile and family.' Mr. Arthur I at church last Sunday Miss June

Greens Friday night. was guest speaker, and also Conner,*.Miss Gail Reddish and
Shirley Green visited Linda showed a film and slides, at Miss Charlotte Baker, who are ,
i Johns in Starke Tuesday night gayer meeting" Hampton attending Trinity Bible College at ft ) U! & J T.

Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes Baptist church last Wednesday Clearwater.Mr. f'. '
and children of Starke and Mr. evening. Rev.. Faile left Sunday and Mrs. Roman Alvarez o f "az ens"v I' _
and Mrs. H. B. Stokes visited evening for Greenville S. C., to Starke were Sunday dinner guests
-ter the Leroy Stokes in Dundee over attend organizational. meet- of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe

the holidays ing' of Southern Baptist Pre- S. Starling.- !
Mr. and Mrs. Bart Waters and Millenial Fellowship.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and

RCA Victor Dalton.lo..p.bdtob1eTV son and Pat Baggs of Gainesvile and Mrs. Richard May and family'' enjoyed the Thanksgiving
holidays cane ant d
that were supper guests of Mr. and daughter Melody left Mondayfor grinding sugar J
with "Lean Cleanstyling making syrup at Lake Geneva a t r 1 /
Mrs. G. W. Davis Sunday night Belleville, Nebr. after I ;
saves you space. New, "MirtohSharp"picture261 ( a the home of Mrs. Fender's father' h_R tN GDS r -, YOUR OWN
We can definitely the old five-day visit here with their
sq. in. of viewable area. say i R., L. Batten. SS sieui POOISitoui
days aren't gone forever as Mr. families, the C. L. Mays and J. Qf
fHigh-Sharp-and-Easy" tuning with new ",. i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Starling and ttintows
fOne-Tooch" on-off control Improved 1- and Mrs Rastus Mann entertained W, Homes., They made the. trip family and.Mr. and Mrs. Russel]1 t cola)ui osuRal

Balanced Fidelity Sound. Powerful DeW approximately 80 guestsat here especially to see Mrs May, Starling and family spent Thanksgiving c 'n t.r h c ,,,

super chassis.Ebony;mahogany grainedor an old fashioned cane grind- who suffered- a heart attack day with Mr. and :Mrs dy tat,. -- r .adv., ral,
limed oak grained finishes extra. ing oh Thanksgiving...... day. Saturday 'Nov.- 23. She is much Herman Thomas. '1 t
21T820 Series. '"' Mr. and Mrs. Rastus Mann improved this week, at,, Alachua Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and wnw
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::; entertained the Young Peoples S ,

21" ONLY $189.95.t } Class with a of weiner Dedan roast Baptist at Church their WE HAVE THE GENUINE '1'_ N r.

M+Jf' home Saturday night. Although LONG ni\nnrfi\ < Top duality I / Don'r let cold weather catch ,
it was very cold there were 65 OP unprepared.Tack one
present to enjoy the occasion. of Low-cost Shatter .
x Warp's 'OFF -

TV ServiceAll Dedan Heights Rev. Baptist was Dodd guest Church of speaker Keystone Sunday.at nlttALs 3r FLEXOGLASSGLASSONET tan.44 proof Eliminate Window dangerous Materials drafts.now. \ -,- I.

house and
K. K. and Bozo Keep your warm i ,; _
1organ'were y Y dr
comfortable all winter
overnight guests of Eileen Thomas : #4S

WorkGuaranteed Free Estimate Friday night. rftyam. SHATtltMtOOy CHEAPER IHAN OlASS .. IASTS Pot HAD
MrsVivian Parker is home 1 o i,

Fully Equipped DependableAll I after several weeks in the Gainesville t.314ar ., PIASTIGLASSWYR0GlASS .fi1ir i.ft .

hospital and is reported
Makes and ModelsSHEPHERD'S doing nicely. q1"w ie?+i -3Sr ,

Mrs.. Benny Thomas, who was 2S) tt.+.t.v"W wn..I a t ILL.' toot it 4 ..s-.." ...s"Mr..... c..had hrnwt ...0.--......11-.MW.p.......
a patient in Doctors Hospital in itt IN SUN5HIKI VITAMIN D (H..hb.0lvhy tats YIeld t.yi)

RADIO & TV Starke is home and doing fine. -.tea 1.-11 .--. IW -r'W. wII
18$ EHGlASSSTARKE .... 100%MtufadiM yw m* l .. .. ........ tlIL4" on
Mr. and' Mrs: Ovid Lewisand
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INMAN Owner rEas1.
GREEN children and biro Carrie Ingramof -waar1 itaN0E0 oM It 190 EANf fAtItPACr/0N vAaAN1l11 /'<. !:" ......a..t.bmao.yw.-w..,'.".............. tIc _
Starke and Mrs. Annie Lewisof &actar..r..tarow.-... .. STORM WINDOW IQTJ.
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Seat Covers Upholstering too w.qs M.h doh d.rl ,e. .
Keystone Heights visited bid dww. w Modgrau/t tor Wry', ewer M +ity.i.ltd
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Phone 239 Starke, Fla. Amanda Lewis Thursday after ,.BUILDERS SUPPLIES wt W.w.r. srr i w.u.eoc,ClllCMO I.-r-11 M r.r.u"............ 391
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