Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03457
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 13, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03457
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:; Brooker Husband: Slaying LIGHTING CONTEST' RULES TOLD Third $ .$ .

k -, Rules for the annual Christmas Lighting and Decorating

izf; ( $sTI Justified, Jury Rules Here, Contest- sponsored by the Starke Woman's Club, have been'-announced

V as follows 'by Mrs. Lowell Mathews chairman: Drawsig od
A six man corner's jury Monday home employee; Dr. A. J. Barry; 1. The contest is open to all persons residing within the

? ruled that the slaying of Everett and Sheriff P. D., Reddish. Mrs. City limits of Starke.

Gainey, a Brooker farmer, by his Gainey refused to testify. AttMMiasJofauPontXT
2. Contestants
may register by mailing _a, postcard, giving Aerial
wife early Saturday morning was The girl, who was in the room
their name and address to Mrs. Lowell Mathews *
justifiable, an act of self defense. at the time of the slaying, testified : : 71 Cypress $> v

Gainey, 42, was killed instantlywhen that the shots were fired Street', Starke, Fla. Teams Band Horitr&aAt Banquet

two bullets from a .38 pistol when Gainey was advancing on 3. Only exterior and interior displays that are visible from ,

fired by his wife penetrated his her ,mother.: the street,will be. considered. in judging the contest. All 'displays An action packed gridiron contest .

chest, one of them entering his The girl said Gainey was fuss- ,must ; heart. A'third bullet grazed his at his wife and threatening '
ing p.m. from the entry! deadline; Dec. 19, through Dec. 30, 1957. and perfect football weather' combined ed_a "c mplete success" this week
A leg. her when she (Ann) ,went -
upstairs 4. Three cash prizes will be given for the :best home (out- efforts Friday night to provide by J. D. Doyle, Exalted Ruler of
According to at'' the
testimony to. bed. About 4 a. m. she a treat for an'estimated Club. Do'lesaid
door) lighting'and 'decorating display, and one prize for thebest the sponsoring Elks
held before
inquest JudgeT. "
County was called: down ,and the argument crowd of about 2,500 football fans that the, event is ,expected to
t A. Yawn, the slaying followedan C9 m iclal; (business) display.
was still going on, hermother's at the third annual StrawberryBowl net a large amount for the Elks'charity
all night argument between the 5. ,Judging will be based on artistic merit
,clothes were 'torn. she originality, last Friday night.In program, though the exact
couple in which Gainey had severely -
said. The shooting took place lighting' techniques, ingenuity'with particular emphasis on the football game the du- ampunt will no't be known until a
beaten his wife and threaten-
ea to, kill her and their children. shortly afterward. composition, color scheme, new ideas or effects, lighting effects Pont Dragons of Jacksonville de.. report is in on' all of the advance

Testifying at the inquest were Lewis testified that he and ,, use, ,of structure of house or surroundings to advantage, feated the Quincy Tigers by a ticket sales' and expenses, prob-

Ann Gainey, 13-year-old daughter Gainey had been out together assemblage.. of displays, and construction and installation. Con- score of 2512. with the accurate ably4in: two Weeks'_ or_ .30 days.:

of Mrs. Gainey by a former drinking Friday evening, with testants may use any' appropriate Christmas theme. throwing arm of quarterback Profits! from ,the game will be

marriage; Malcolm _Lewis of Gainey going home about 8:30: .Judges will ,be invited from out of town. Grandle Starling making the dif used j by the! Elks for charity, with

Brooker; Benton Futch, funeral p.m.Sheriff ference for: the Dragons. contributions to the Harry Anna
Reddish said that Mrs. Home for CrippledCh1ldren'. at.
Gainey called him about 5 'a.m. Umatilla and Christmas baskets

City EmployeeDies to fell that she had shot her hus for needy families in.'this area'
Sir. and BIrs. Santa Claus promised Starke youngsters that they
band. He' testified that Mrs. among the chief, projects.
would be back to personalisit to their homes pay '- .
G iney was bruised on the face During' ceremonies:. at a post
as 'they spent all day in Starke last Saturday to help merchants Of InjuriesIn and legs when he saw her Saturday : '_- !";, game banquet for the, two team&and

launch the Christmas shopping season. After being honor guests in morning.The 'k- -tJ members of theduPont band

a gala parade the couple spent the rest of the day \is'4ing: stores sheriff said that Gainey had in the Elementary School cafetor:

and greeting the shoppers uhj crowded Starke to take advantage of Job MishapRaymond called him about 11 o'clock Friday ium Quincy halfback W Good-

the bargain being offered. Besides St. Nick and \\lfe, fhe parade night to register a pointless com: son was presented a, trophy for
plaint about some social activitiesin being chosen, the bet },back 'and,
featured the BUS band and a number of floats, with Mrs Young's
which his wife had participated."I duPont guard Herbert Allen received -
Class winning the first! ; prize of $15 for the best float, second prize Jimmie Sasser, a '
died could tell he had been drinking a trophy, for, being chosen
($10)) gong: to the BUS Band float and third prize to the cub scouts. city employee, Tuesday ," the sheriff said. the best.lineman.- '
afternoon from injuries he had
The sheriff said that one bullet A large'tropjvas presented
suffered two weeks earlier"while
Plays At Gym Tonight the had been found in the mattress, the winningDraro: ../ designating
working on city's sewer con -
but there were no bloodstains them the 1957 Strawberry BoWchAmpIons,1
struction project on east Call the bed. .
and smaller:
a trophywas
Team With Win street. '; The jury deliberated for about received by ihe"Quincy teattti
Cage Opens '
Mr.Sasser, 31, received the minutes
10 before returning its & State Rep., D yle. ,Cpnner presided -
fatal injuries when a large, verdict. at the awards:ceremony

Bradford High's basketball primed to entertain the hometowncage rock-like piece of clay rolled' Assistant State Attorney MackS. Goodson, aided) fullback Jer.ry .

squad stepped into the '1957-58 fans Friday night in the down and struck, him while he Futch conducted the questioning Gay and halfback J. S. Chand

was working at the bottom of a of the witnesses.Kopelousos ler led the
season on firm footing Tuesday feature event of a triple-header Tigers [offensive play

I night by solidly trouncing the .against Lake City at the BHS 15 foot ditch. The clay struck .. against the Dragons;, ,and also
him in the -- ---------- -- 1-_IMayor worked handily. 'on, .d 'ense.
Palatka Maroons 61-37. gymnasium. Girls will open the hips.A Speaks ,

With this victory under their evening's show with a game at ,native of Live' ,Oak, Mr. At. Rotary ClubAt Rep. Conner, Best Back Goodson, Best Back Lineman.Allen, Exalted Ruler Doyle Allen was; a,'.(Qnswe.J1tJtbol111lthe \

belt the Tornado quintet are 6:30: followed by the B-team and Sasser as: the son of Mr. and M sIde.ofheTIgers.-wIth._ his
climaxed by the main game with Mrs. James A. Sasser- of Starke. the Wednesday luncheon Smithpeters Gets 5 Years :Suspends number 44 l being .seen" )whenever)
the five there was hard 'defensive work to.
Date Is A-squad tangling. Other survivors include three meeting Starke Rotarians heard ; J' .'
DelayedFor Reason Kirkland sparked theTornadoes' be done.;, ;/ : /
brothers. Harry L. of New York George Kopelousos local .restaur Sentence After The* two teams 'seemed,to be

activity lI'tUesday night Sammie M. of Miami and RobertM. ateur, give an interesting talk on Three-'Sentenced In Circuit. Court. about evenly mateljcd .ih'ground
24 Also contributing -
by scoring points.
Sasser of Green ,Cove the recent trip he made to his 100 MPH ChaseMayor playwithQuIncy reoachCarlos
Bond IssueReRegistration to Bradfo'ra High's wide I :
margin .was its 19-4 advantage in Springs; a sister, Mrs. Frank native land, Greece, after an Deason's .crew' maybe having' the
sence of 43 years, Jerry :Wayne ,Smithpeters, re- larceny cases, with the terms to .
the free' throw department.The Bulock of Georgetown, S. C.' ab-j W. T. Jackson held a slight ,edge in, the .form of Goodson.'and.Gay. -
said that from the Bradford run An additionalone ,
Funeral ,1116 speaker cen't-- escapee- concurrently. '.
services weN-heldIn.
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BHS : ,
girls' team composed 'sp Ia1"1es3ifl ot'MaYor"urtat
mostly of freshmen and sophomores the Starke Church' of Christ-at cans 'arfefYery* popular Jii'Gr: County jail, Wednesday"'pleaded' year term was levied.i ( fir:"the 8:30 a. m., on" Wednesday of Onth "i &dtJJepfigCns: : ? out-
.. but that for some reasoiithe nat- guilty to two counts of auto theft escape case.Smithpeters. rushed the Tigers 33yArds.tol14
lost to the Palatka 3 p. m. Thursday with the Rev; ,
ives have no use for' the, English.He and an ,escape' harge and was and two other last'week to ,try W."J., Studstillon racking. up U first*'downs, compared -
A delay in the receipt of lassies by a ,' narrow margin i C. L. Overturf officiating. ,Burial said that the standard of living sentenced to, serVe a total of five youths, Earl Leach and Billy Earl charges of reckless drivingand to; duPont's' 8.
some material has held ,.29-33. Helen Kelly paced the followed in Crosby Lake, CemeTtery. -
necessary Martin stole station causing an accident '
cannot compare' with that of years in the state prison. a wagon The Jacksonville club's aerial
up the opening of the registrationbooks scoring with 120 points. I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral J the U. S., but that the people seem Circuit Judge'George L. Patten owned by Jim Chasteen in July. I Studstill' had been ,arrested a attack, built .a "OUltd, the''precision

for the freeholder registra- Coach Nina Andrews'said that Home was in charge of arrange- to be happy and "get along all sentenced Smithpeters, '19, to four While the three were in the few hours earlier by PolicemanCarl pitching of, Starling; however

tion planned in preparation for the girls team lost most of its star ments. right." year terms in each of the auto county jail in November awaiting Fillyaw after his car sideswiped spelled victory for the' Dragonsnetting1 ,
the forthcoming school board elec- players through graduation last :
disposition of this case; Smith- a trailer. truck during. a them a gab of 123 yards.-

tion,, Mrs.of registration Marian Crosby, said supervisor this, year have to ana be this a building year "is team.going" to BHS Discussion Team \V rins Honors peters escaped by hiding in ,a jail chase on U. S. 301 south of ,Two' pass plays by Starling, in

week. corridor while the prisoners were Starke at speeds topping, 100 the, first quarter ,for 42 and32
Helen Stefanelliand
Kelly, Elissa ,
transferred from the
being bullpento the
yards, pectively'paved way
Mrs.' Crosby said that deliveryof Janice Jenkins, the three remaining Bradford High School's discussion team, Patricia Pellum, Ann .Elder -i schools :as HilLsborough High individual cells and later jump- m. p.h. in the driving rain. for" the Dragons first tally 'with

the material has been promisea lettermen, turned in fine team proved itself to be Gary Elzey, and Judy Kelley. I' Leon High; Miami, and Jacksonville ing from a second story window, The chase originated, on Call halfback: Mania Thompson "bang
for the first of next week and performances Tuesday'night.. Also 'I street ,in the center of Starke ,
After the
one ,of, the Overturf said that this waS schools. clearing jail lug across for the score.
top speaking
the playing outstanding ball was Mar groups! when the: policeman observedStudsitll's
registration books should be the finest record any Bradford Spurred by their showing at youth ,stole an automobile belong In the second period Starling hit
opened in the precincts garet Douglas, a 9th grade guard in the state during the Florida car weaving from one '
shortly High debate squad has ever the Forensics, the team membersnow ing to :Mrs. Alma Dyal, drove it end Dickie Dickson with a 22-
afterward. She who was playing her first interscholastic side of the to the
said she could not Forensics competition at the road other. '
compiled. Last year's group attained have set their sights on at- to nearthe Georgia line and then yard pass which set up ,the ..s cond'Dragon
Bet a definite date until delivery contest. of Florida fled north. He arrested ,in When the police car began fol- TO a'27 to
University on. Nov. a number of honors but tending the Southeastern Speech was ,and yard pass
has been made. All three of the teams will playon
home7 22-23, according to results of the it did not succeed in ,cracking Congress in Houston, Tex. in LaPorte, Ind. lowng Studstill's car, he pickedup Thompson! 'the' 'third quarter
The the
School court again Tuesday
Board is seeking approval tournament received this week invited to this In other, cases, ,Judge Patten revoked speed and the chase began.The parking the third scoring thr it.
for night when the ,Lake Butler team the "superior" ranks. March. They were '
a $450,000 bond issue
the of Jimmie police car was unable to The last tall/waa nfateafter
by speech instructor C. L, Over- probation Dragon .
of the record established .
be used for a construction and will journey to Starke. The B- BHS teams also competed in event because '
Hoopaugh, 21, and sentenced him overtake the fleeing car untilit the Tigers gambled on"fourthdowMworltuatlori
renovation team will lead off the festivities by last ,squad.
program in the court.ty'a boys turf.The members dramatics and dramatic reading to 18 months in prison, with recommendation ,was, crippled in the collision in :he
five of the BHS
school at this affair. They have been working on "
system. x I divisions at the Forensics but the : that he be sent to with the truck, with the chase last quarter and'lost:l the balontheir
The Board has called for the The schedule for the rest of the squad compiled a list of top :raising the money for the trip DuPont's
Apalache own 27. Thompson '
will be ratings unequalled most of results have not yet been receivedon ; coming to a halt near the Santa
re-registration of freeholders on season since the first of the year put- "- '
Hoopaugh, along'with his brother ran the ball to the 10, font-..
Fe River the line. .
the grounds that it will help Improve Dec. 13-Lake City, here; A the schools competing, a field these events, Overturf said. ting on one play with the pro- Alvin, had' been placed on pro- Jackson county bled it, and ft' was\ 'chased" and

the chances for the bond and B boys girls. which included the largest by members of the University. ceeds to, be used for this purpose, bation in December of '1955 after Mayor sentenced booted across 1he goal T>y' members -
issue to be passed. Dec 17-Lake Butler, here; schools in the state. But Studstill to pay a fine of $27 or
The discussion team partici- and planning other plays. they pleaded guilty to breakingand 'of both t ints' With' duPbnt

Date for the election has not boys girls, B boys. Mark Moore, the debateteam's pated in three rounds, speaking the team .still, expects that more entering a store and a homein serve 30 days in Jail, but later tackle falling_ on it .for the final
yet been set, but it Jan. Fernandina, here: A assistance be need suspended 'the sen ence.Mus'ical '
is not expected only "letterman, led the on the topic: "What Should be financial will ", Brooker. TD. -

to be held until February or and B boys, Ocala girls. scoring by winning a "superior" the Nature of the U. S. ForeignAid Hoopaugh was charged with Quincy's,'scores were!!, ,made in

after. Jan. 14-P. K. Yonge, here; A rating, the highest ,given, for, his ?" ed.Next event' on', the agenda of violating the probation order by Program the second and third.periods, with

and B boys. ability. Only four students out The discussions were judgedby the group is the ,District Debate leaving the jurisdiction of his Goodson plunging across the goal

Cattlemen Slate Jan. 17-Santa Fe, here; A andB of the nearly 130 attending won members of the University of Tournament to be ,held in' Gainesville probation supervisor, quitting his Planned For PTAA to climax a 60 yard drive for the

boys. this top rating. \ Florida Speech Dept. and high in February in which job and leaving his place of residence first tally and Gay racing 30 yards
Officers ElectionElection Jan. 21-Green Cove, there; A without permission.It for thefinarTigefTDl"Qufncy's
school coaches. Twenty schools schools from seven counties will musical programwill
'Excellent' ratings were won
boys and girls. was also charged that he be ; jrtar: '.guard, Melvin
of officers for theCattlemen's Jan. 24-Palatka, here; A boys by four other members of the participated, including such high participate.Speech took his 15year.old girl friend presented by the High FaircloUi, became before 'the
Glee Club and the Men'sQuartett
Association will be and girls. with him when he left, with the game and did not plajC

the highlight of the joint Cattle.I: Jan. 2S-Lake Butler, there; intentions of marrying her, con- of the Methodist Vying with the gridiron,activity
iren and Farm Bureau girls, B boys. Church at the High School PTA I
boys of
meeting I trary to the instructions his for the acclaim of the fans was
tc be held in the Brooker school'I Jan. 31-Bolles, here; A and B supervisor meeting Tuesday night, Dec. 17 the nationally duPont band

cafeteria Friday night. I boys, St. Augustine girls. Hoopagh said that he had plan- in! the music building at 7:30 p. which provided ja'apectacujar halftime .

Providing the meal for the sup Feb. 4-P. K. Yonge there; A i'ir ned to marry. the girl but that m.' show of*precision1 marchingand

per program will be Z. W. Hamil- and B boys girls ,at Ocala. she had ,refused. : Members are requested to stirring music,,
ton and a ladies committee. Feb. 6-8-Keystone Conference \ Willard'DeSue : bring used this this behalf *
Negro, was sentenced clothing meeting Doyle said week that on -

Other features of the programwill Tournament in Keystone.Feb. by Judge Patten to serve for distribution needy of the Elks:Club' Jie",would

include reports on the recent 11-Fernandina. there; A -' two years in the'state prison for children. like to thank,'everyone who contributed .

state Farm Bureau convention in and B boys girls at Lake City. grand larceny. An executive board meeting ,'to the successof thUyear's

Jacksonville'and the State Cattle. Feb., 14-Green. Cove, here; A DeSue pleaded guilty in Octoberto will precede the regular meetingat Bowl event. '

men's convention in Tampa. boys and girls. fr receiving $100 from a pulpwood
Fe ther A and .- .., 7 p. m. All, chairmen are
Feb. 18-Santa ; '
dealer under false but
Ministers Meet
to attend this ,
at Ketterlinus.Feb. urged meeting., .
E boys, girls
-k ,
Bond Issue sentence 'was deferred 'on con-
21-Bolles, there; A and '
j: 11-' :, '"" dition he made restoration within Ministers fronf,eight'clUei and
B i To Beauties'Rep.
boys. Judge
P Morgan county superin- Feb., 26-28 District Tourna, t_ ) 60 days., towns Monday J ght..attended ihe
tendent of schools, disc ssed the ; DeSue, acting as, administratorfor dinner meeting of, the North Florida
ment. :\ Doyle E. Conner of
scnoois proposed $450,000 bond his family's estate, had received Christian Minsters, Association .
issue at the monthly, meeting of \ \ ? .4 the $100 for some timber;I Starke, speaker of the 1957 : in the Garden Restaurant

the Bradford County Children's, I Elks Conduct .e" on the estate lands. But when I House of Representatives,. will I Ministers, were present from

Committee in the pulpwood man went to cut the serve as one of the judges for ,
the Methodist recreation Sr Lake .Butler, Hampton, Live Oak
hall at noon Monday. Toy ,CollectionToys ; stL timber, he learned that the Negro the beauty contest to be held at Lake, City Jacksonville, ...Gaines

I Morgan urged all members. had 'no authority to make the the 12th annual Azalea Festivalin vile, Orange.Lake and ,Falmo 1h.

the committee who are freeholders for underprivileged children transaction.In the Ravine Gardens at Pa- The Rev. C, F. Dance of Lake

to re-register in order to be collected again i thL passing sentence, Judge Pat latka Feb. 22-23. This annual Butler was', re rifCted, manager of

eligible to vote in the forthcoming are the being local Elks Club. ten noted that DeSue had failedto event is sponsored by the Palatka the North Florida,'Christian Youth

election.! year Boxes by for this purpose havi make,any restitution., Junior Chamber of Com Camp to be held at Oteno State

been placed in Setzer's, VVinn .. The judge withheld sentencing merce. Park in July ,and Rev,. Russell
of Franklin J. Coleman 29, who of JacksotrrfQe elected
Christmas Doles
All ;
Dinner Dixie, and Olen stores. persons __ -
wishing to donate toys foi 3 pleaded guilty! to auto larceny Stove ExplodesA dean of the camp., *

The annual company Christmas 'this purpose are asked to drol]? until further study' can be ,made A two day willHjbeld' : at

dinner of Big Dad of these collectioi\' into the case. fire caused by an explosionfrom O'LenoState ,Park the'first, part
Manufacturing them in one this "
instructor CL L Onr- rate which was received presentations are standing>
Co. Inc. will be held will be distributed Coleman stole a car owned by an overheated "pot type" oil of: May. Th' uexfMi5etinsr will
at The
12 'noon boxes. toys : turf (right) congratulates u- week announcing the honor. In Judy Kelley ,and Gary Elzey and Arthur Patray ,from in front of with
on Thursday, Dec. 19, in the En ,by the Elks in the annua 1 stove at the Raymond-Lang Pen be at Lake City January
4 listed Men's Club at Camp Bland Christmas distribution of gif t perior" award winner Mark right photo, wieners of, "excel- ("seated) .Patricia Pellum.. and the, ,Armory on the night of Dec. tiac garage was extinguished by the Rev. Clifton Jones as host,

,_ itgp1 rl boxes. Moore as they read" the certiflfrnt, ratings, on their'speaking Ann, Elder.. .. (Continuedon, Page l 6)) + the Fire Department 'Monday. minister. ,,, '
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.._." YYYYYYYTYYYVYTYVVYVYTVVY Nancy Gainey of Brooker, and Mr. and Mrs. A.. T. Taylor in

: = ) : his sister Mrs. Brannen until Worthington .Springs Sunday CANCER CORNERTHANKS
edit rial : :
: Farmer's, Diary StATE FARM the-first of, n xt,week. afternoon.
< Mr.; and Mrs. Owen House and Mr.- and Mrs. W. '''H. Williams
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n > r By Sam MeG&roy children were' weekend visitors the weekend with Mr.
By Mrs. J. G. Caldwell spent
Time For Com'placenyWHen'things ot'Mrs.. House's parents at Lake FOR
Williams' sister Mrs. J. D. ,Williams -
the market next sum AAAAAAAAAAAA4f f AAAAAi Como. wrote
er on by Early in 1957 a woman
in Donaldsonville, Ga. On
are. running smoothly., there's a mer. Developed in Switzerland, Miss Judy Harrell, who for Roy Turner of Lake_ Butler, to the Ladies Home Journal

tendency to Become. ,complacent. to' 'be" satisfied the product is called "Simizan"and some time has been employed by and Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner Sunday the Williams family thanking them for saving her
the Bottom Dollar Store in went to Jacksonville Monday gathered for' a reunion. This life. ; ,
with what TveVe'got{ and to be unwilling is used In
it controling
: ,: chil-
.. Starke, is. being transferred this afternoon to let the"Turner celebration was also the birth In her letter 'she explainedthat
to put out the effort to work for anything weeds in corn: It is not ,a contact week to Ocala to continue work- dren have a visit with Santa day anniversary of three mem- she had read an article in

better.. killer, but needs rain or irriga- ing for them there. Judy is the Claus. bers of family Mrs. W. H. Wil- the Journal 44. years' ago about

.. tion too carry it down to the daughter ,of Mr... and Mrs. Pete Friends of L. !B. Cooper are cancer. As a result she had an
inStarke liams, Mrs. .J. D, Williams and
,r Things,-haye Jim: 'prettYt'smooth': y" weed roots. Harrell and one of our 1957 glad to know that he came home examination which disclosed
and Bradford County during the post World WarII Well, .folks are still grindingcane .5 graduates from Bradford High from the Veterans Hospital in C. G. Williams About 30- rela- cancer in the I early stages. She

boom economy:., Thanks to several new industries and making,syrup, and lots School. Lake City on Wednesday and is tives were present' for this occasion had proper treatment and today

the community weathered the demiseof ofA\ others are* butchering hogs We've"stArted to feed.our cows Little MisS Luann Crawford feeling fine. and a bountiful picnic 44 years afterward, wished to

Camp Blanding in fine ;style,. refusing( to become these days. Saw a group out on some to keep them from gettingtoo of" Lake Butler was the spend- The Community .Club of the dinner was enjoyed by alL express her thanks for the

the "ghost 'town" .that) some prophets of the Whitehead road boiling some thin .Judging by .their con-- the-day guest of her great aunt, State Farm is having its annual an- article which.' she feels helpedto

gloom and doom had freely predicted But as syrup this week, and butcheringat. dition, we should have ...starteda Mrs. l,.. W. Pace, on Saturdayof Christmas party on'" Wednesday, In honor of the birthday and Mrs. save her life.
niversaries of the. Rev. information to people
1957 draws to a close, there arejndications.that a number of places while going avhile--ago, as they are show- last week. Dec. 18, at 7:30: p. m. in the Getting act it
Starke and Bradford County, along with most of around the county.' ing a lot of. bones. Pete Harrell and son Glen were Earnest Griffis, their daughter, and urging them upon
club room. All Farm ladies are the things that t-
entertainedwith is one
nation He weekend, visitors in Eastman Ga. Mrs. Pervis Norman,
of the experiencing
the rest may invited to come. Bring a gift to Cancer Society does to help sav
Noticed that the berries are Not everyone is impressedwith Mrs: A. C. Belche, Mrs. L. E. a family reunion at her
off" of the boom.
"leveling post war exchange (valued one dollar).
coming along well, although it the Charolaise breed of Dugger, and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell home on Sunday. Four sons and lives.Know

Let's face, ,it. Some of our merchants. have appears that growers have ,held cattle.Asked J. B. White (Angus., met with representatives: of the This party was planned at this three daughters were there and the danger signals:

freely admitted that business this fall has been most of them back deliberately.Saw breeder and grower) and he said four' ,other ,Home DemonstrationClubs hour in hopes that a good manyof be eight grandchildren. Mrs. Nor- 1. Unusual bleeding or dis
the ladies who work would
something legs than satisfactory. A/good Christmas a bunch of' larks in one they produce a lot of bone in of ,ithe County at the office man's maternal grandmother, charge.

trade might go far toward bringing smiles field and the memories that proportion to their size.. of, Miss Dorothy Ross, on please present,don't so you disappoint working us.girls, Mrs. W. D. Stormant, was a 2. A lump elsewhere or thickening. in the

back to their faces and .the tinkle back to their sight brought back; How 'many e -. .Tuesday of last week. Vance Geiger of Jacksonvillewas guest at this time, and also two breast 3. A or sore that does not heal
miles we walked "minding the The cold weather "bit" jusfabout. Mrs. 'Joe Hill Williams of of Mrs. Norman's uncles. Each
but it is doubtful that last
cash registers bowelor
even a called to Starke on Saturdayby .4, Persistent change in
birds" and trying to keep the everything in the county, Lake Butler and her guests, Mr. family represented brought a
of all his uncle, Lee
minute spurt gift buying could overcome the death of bladder habits.
robins and quails from gobblingup the but and "Mrs. William A. Cobb of filled basket and an old fashioned -
especially turnips we saw.
of the ill effects of a dull fall trade. : Geiger of Waldo. While Mr. 6, Persistent indigestion 01'
dinner by
fruit. a patch of mustard which for West... Palm Beaoh. were visitors picnic was
; Gieger was there; Mrs. Giegerand ; difficulty in swallowing.
Certainly there is no cause: for despair in this some reason got through Without of the J. G. Caldwells on Satur- all.,
her sister, Mrs.. J. S. O'Guin, 7. Change in wart or .mole.
situation but also there is no, cause for com- One of the best cover crops damage. day afternoon. and two children visited their If anyone in our neighborhoodhas ,

placency. There .is cause a-plenty for puttingour we've. seen around here is a sss r) ., Milo Seigler and son Mike parents, ,Mr., and Mrs. J. M. an item -that they would like Recent" Births .

shoulders to the wheel,with a determined effort wonderful growth of hairy indigo Get out your pencils. If ',one. :were in Gainesville on Saturday.Mr. Bradley.Mr. to have printed in this column

to.see that what appears now to be a "level on a farm' out on Bayless single aphid and all of its off- and Mrs., Jack nelson and ., and Mrs., R.P, McLendon, please call 45J and I will be gladto Doctors births Hospital announces the
Highway.' The: indigo took, following :
ing off' does not become a "flattening out:' .the field .and now covers the land'like spring survived Just one single children'of Jacksonville were Mrs. J. B. Kite, and Spanky and put it in. Mr. and Mrs. James Earp of
season there would be ..1,560 fol': .:with Mrs. Nelson's parents, Mr. Tommy McLendon 'were in St.
Friends of P. S. Crews are Starke, a son Ronald Joseph,
thick blanket.
And, lest we become complacent -,,,therear.e, a wooly" lowed by .21 zeros. ,No .wonder and Mrs. Raiford Brannen, dur- Augustine sightseeing. on Sunday
.. ,. ,
problems jn at .least four,.areas that seem>to C de-v s we have so much trouble with ing the weekend.. Perry Gaineyof afternoon. glad to know that he. has returned Dec Dr. 5.and Mrs. M. 3.: Warhola of
the annual
Had lime at
mand attention as we prepare to close out the 81 good them! San Antonio, Texas will be at Mrs. A. C. Belche. Fred Belche home from the Lake a daughter, Margo ) (
books on 1957: dinner and fish fry put on .by :. 'P, home with his mother, Mrs. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell visited Shore Hospital in Lake City. High Springs
; the. SoU Conservation District Ann, ,Dec, 6.
".'.' Now they've: figured out that .
1. What are the growers in the Starke area Supervisors,; The mullet was pre-
pared by Mrs. Inez Green and it the earliest.hogs in .this, countrywere I
doing about the situation at the Starke. !StateFarmers' '
the best fish we've brought here by DeSoto in
was ever
Market\ ? Activities there reached.sucha
tasted. Incidentally they served 1549., After rooting around.;for \
ebb last that morein.the air ; \
low season once THIS _
grits with the meal and they all thattime,, no wonder some :pf .
are hints and intimations that Starke may .lose ,
proved to be very popular too. the. woods hogs now have snouts '
this potential; asset unless something is done to .
that will fit into a catsup bottle! \
put it on- more substantial footing. Here are some records set by i eAt ., :

.2. What is,the Chamber of Commerce f .andlor| the weather which you might the SCS(meeting last week CHRISMAS :

other grodps.doing, about obtaining new i industryto find interesting: Highest temperature Mrs. J;. C. (Mildred)"Sapp ;came
,. 134 ,degrees:, ,Highest out with the funniest remarkin ,
,take up'the.stack occasioned by the enforced :
: rainfall in month 72 inches
one ,
cut-back/ our ibnenit.e.mines? The forthcoming ; _fiL'some L".J'. .time.." Ask.L Most- rainfall in one day, 26 t'. Tr:> .. 'oI..JilV x."J''.',''.,,Ii'''''' The Gift '
layoff of from,50 t( workers at these,opera.* inches; Lowest annual rainfall, ; \

tions is cause for serious concern not ..only to 1.66, inches; Longest; dJ'Y.spell, J ir' .

those who lose, their jobs, but also to those'who from July 3, 1912 'to Nov. 8, 1 For The 'flj ) ,

feed clothe, and provide other services for these 1914. Of course all, these records MONEYFor ,

workers and their families. were set in California, a state
noted for extremes. *" Christmas "

3. What being done by property: owners to The heck with shrinking the Entire r. w'srti

cooperate with the obtaining of rightsofwayfor wool after it has been clipped J \ l I!

the U. S: 301 improvement program at the from the sheep, wool producersnow MONEY Fcimil

earliest possible; moment? Wide awake. officialsin say.. They are trying to ., ,
Baker County, recently appropriated funds for shrink the wool WHILE, ON t 1

the avowed purpose of enticing tourists from THE ANIMAL by feeding the To Consolidate ,BillsiWJSf b.. i 1 JJ "

301 onto an alternate route through Macclenny, critter sulphur. As f.he saying ,-T '

Lake Butler, and ..Gainesville. Unless 301 is improved. -' goes, What will they think of __j_, 4i

; .*-!.and soon -, they; won't have to do next? sThere's .. "i 1'I '' = i1 r n .,vI .. t

much enticing. Tourists will,just naturally l leave t I .
to he a. new weed ,kill- b
301 because of its miserable condition. In the. I For Medical BillsMONEY

meantime, the State Road Department has, a;mill I w...... ............... .17 'k
:J f) ivtrn-TIikri
:; : : t Ill I T1
l Ifon dollars ready andwaiting 5 f or ,the, improvement ; N\i\I ____ ,
work if.and when* Bradford County pro- GRAHAM! I: k

vides the right-of-way. I
Mrs. John McKinney T
4. What, will be the fate of the.proposed ))1aItmillion n .t l 21 Inch

dollar bond issue for new school co'nstruc- ......i..-... .............y Home ImprovementsMONEY f 1- r

tion? This,is an issue about which many. people DIr and Mrs. Jennings Starling .

will reserve judgment until thq Board of, Public and children of :Miami spent 4 '" .. __. t 40A05 0. z ,

Instruction makes public fuUdetails\ of its pro- the weekend with :Mr. and Mrs. j s

posed spending pr gram. But it is an issue that Harley Starling. 'yrr l u
Mr..and Mrs. J. B. and 1 *- ,
must be faced, in 1958. Wright For Boats & MotorsMONEY
? t t children of Starke were supper Ana Up
With these and ,many, other problems facing guests of the John Moodys last ,

us, there .seems little hope oix unbroken "'smpothling" Saturday night. RCA Victor Dalton.low-priced table

i in ,thq new.,. ''ear. None of. these prob. Mrv and Mrs Darwood Dortch i TV with "Lean and Clean" styling that

lems is insurmountable bu, on the, other hand, an. .
'none,of them can be licked by a complacent at and Mrs. Frank Thomas of, For Auto Repairs picture-262 sq. in. of viewable area. :' ,'.'..
titude. Hampton visited .:Mr. :and Mrs. "High-Sharp-and-Eajy" tuning with new. s. : P. Starling last Friday night. t "One-Touch" on-off control Improved : I

... ," .Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starling Balanced fidelity Sound. Powerful new .'
As The Smoke Clears and, family have moved back to up to super chassis.Ebony;mahogany grainedor 1-
Graham. limed oat grained finishes extra. c. r

i ..Mr and Mrs V. L.' McKinney i 211820 Series. "' ,

The almost universal reactlon'to the failure, of and} children of Gainesville were '

the U. S. to hurl a grapefruit-sized moon into an supper guests of Mr. and Mrs $600' _-_'__'__ .___'_-_,_ '-' '_ '_. .1
outer space orbit was one of dismay and chagrin. John McKinney last Friday: _

the inadequacies of the U: S. missile and satel- Rev. and Mrs. Collins and .,"Folks Find Us Friendly i

lite programs just,as Sputniks l and II under-. children were Sunday dinner I I I

lined Soviet progress in crucial natural science guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.

and technological fields. Whether justified .or Surrency LOCAL FIN ricE'COMPAfty ___
Mr and Mrs. Bill Underwoodand .
not, the failure was a blown Mra Louise Hagan, all of o .
prestige which
subsequent. launchings may ease '
Hampto>t Lake visited the John :'

but not entirely erase. McKinneys: Sunday afternoon. *; !" .,..,. '.' -

The smoke had hardly cleared at Cape I Canav- Mrs. Forest Reynolds Jack- t .. t ; -
eral sonville was the weekend guestof 114 N. Walnut St. f '." .
before Senator Holland, among many others, .
Mr. and Mrs. Math Wasdin.If i fin-t; t t. !,'i f b ; (
pointed the finger to,, at least three mistakes he Phones 580 and 581
says Eisenhower's Department Defense 'has .anyone has any news", please FREE- ESTIMATES. ..
drop it, in the post office for + yrktJ ,I 1; -
made.in our missile program: 1)) If'was unwise your correspondent Thanks. i

to divide the program between the three military ,
services and let them compete over who was to 'AdQrtAemessrom #:'1'1 s s4 lr, y t

wfiat. ... ', FULLY----- IT j
do 2)) Those in authority should not have ''T t. +\ l 1..1\ \ _
allowed themselves to be pushed into a hasty and where I'm, sittintJust < h jY

unwise experiment by gossip and. criticism .both $1,44.95

at home and overseas 3)) The U. S. showed a f 1- ''I

"ridiculous departure" from our previous sound s r '\\.And Up
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approach. \ the satellite" launching' program." Call A tit:= 1ul \ I :. 'Ellli( '!>- '

t "
"The. sooner iwe get over our case of jitters f Ji.; i iI
3jgtl :
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and get back to a basis of mature thinking
on "' W'J M wOrth phoiiUHla1iruntrt. of1 .WktrlleM j
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the" satellite"and. guided,' missile. ,programs, the i *. "' .. j Hear( the Future SOUnd S .r. top. Player. MahotoafcfoeA i\ &9faapk( eoL;
'Vesterday< I stopped at the rm-sittin ; .
sooner we will regain our lost elf] respect in From where it's ; walnut or block mink finishes ovoJobU). M del $TR44. I
: lunch counter about noon time. awful easy tojump: : io-conclu! : TV I\ -
these twp fields thinks of Fidelity now .
.Senator Holland. He As I was.drintin' my coffee suns andlsometlmes it;can.be cembafrassing High 1 I It
_believe: ? j hai. the .me: .for.,, *unification m' our yopng couple came in. Now they ,;In,fact, it can be "
Armeq.Seryices k so urgent that if the.Executive wai only two ecipty.seats in the mean'; and intolerant. like the { ifJL, I 8.' s You never heard anything Uke ft"s' $FW"t-l'. ,: 'QI'
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RCA Victor! So : ..,
whale Sound by :
Stereophonic 4
Department doesn't take place one on each side of way some folks jump to the con "
it about the next 'som action to bring me. Before I could ;mothe clusion that A person is'wrong".' .'D rIi'Stjf rDf real*:you can pick put the! instruments. II CIRAHIC KICIOfHOHl 7 "UD.lJnU', 'li,i-
Congress, -. certainly will. couple sat down and didn't saya to like f 14 glass of beer;,#instead! ;1 I; s Also,enjoy the buflt-in smgle-track tape .... t --_ -- --
,,"ord. i insisted the )'oung'fel' of other. ; refreshments.(i recorder Come' in for a demonstration! -

-- ,. .. low change seats with me. He known the facts:and,not using? I 1 WB-ltJiTBtt'CQXTIOLS:, SUPEIB %_(HW. ..
c \ looked
at kind of but
me funny
THE lrORD COUNTY good judgment can usually, stir .
.,, TELEGRAPH he traded. I sure felt silly when up trouble. ':' -- '
i. 'i '.E9n' H&7.= rt ''T .' he said to the girl "Sorry, to f" O '

n.OfcIDA"01. 'WrkL'Y''MEW' *.' intrude: m'amj but.this feller in-' -
.A..E.. .r PJBI.LfHJQtt! cQHTINQJ3LY sisted.-My name's Chuck, ntJj& S'- 11- dR' & Y"

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1.1 commented. off the indebtedness would in- reregistration of the freeholders
nothing he'

< Teachers Briefed On Bond Issue In outlining the proposed pro- crease by one mill in two )'ears.- which has been scheduled for the
Railroad I ;
50 Years On The I
gram to the teachers, Morgan The first step toward initiating month of December, Morgan told
said the total cost is expected tobe I
bond issue election will be a the teachers.
M Cited"We $727,000, with $450,000 pro-Ithe -
I Way back in November, 1907, Need For Improvements Are vided by the bond issue, $200,000 I

20-year-old man climbed onboard '. f ,,0\\,' from state Capital Outlay Funds II .
a railroad maintenancecar ) tional 'Which during the. next five years ,and
owe it to the boys and girls classrooms, alwaysare malntife funds
to begin ,his first day's workon to make an effort on this." School given top priority Morgan 577,000 available from for renotidlhis jpice in five I

the railroad hired as a main- & Supt Harmon Morgan stated last said, leaving no'funds to catch up .'
r ,tenance-of-way worker at 90 ... Friday as; he urged Bradford with the backlog of maintenanceor years. $ CASH
I cents a day. County teachers J:to take a personal other construction. The program is led to cover $100

'., Last month, half a century hand in helping to put the "Anybody: that' fakes .an honest a five year i

later. the same man climbed off 1. .... $450,000 bond issue for: a school look at the 'schools won't questionthe Out. of the $7aT the School
a Similar car at the section shed building program across. ,: Board expects the d $567,000
at the Orange street crossing of .... .t.... ... Morgan, speaking at a special need for this bond isssue," on, new buildings major al- ABSOLUTELY

the Seaboard Air Line Railroad's "t'. .... meeting of the Bradford Educa- Morgan stated. terations of em'buildi 1gs,
,Wannee Line ,to begin his retirement >: -'.. .. rJi : tion Assn.. said that "there is no A major construction and renovation $50,000 on new sites' d improvement LOCAL CUSTOMERS ONLY

.. way to raise this money except program has been postponed of old sites,.nd 110,000 onbuildings
bond issue.. said renovation of exist ,
of the .. -. ) through a. for years" Morgan ,
When' he climbed !> "" -':""' It is necessary and important," because of depression and then Payments on the nd issue '
car for the last time P. M. Bare- I '" December 24th 2:00 P.M.
he stressed. "Nothing is included he; war. would run about $32, annuallyfor
foot was a section foreman in the program that ,is not need
post,he.:'had held for 47 of the tie ed..' "Unless we take this step, we 20 years and under present Many Other Valuable Prizes See Us For ,Details
will and the
on on allowing
the rail go tax .assessments would require an
50 'years he worked on can withoutthe "
i "Sure we get by
buidlings to deteriorate 'and fall
4 road.; For the past 45 ,years he e :f. bond issue if we don't, care down." additional six mills to repay. II. DODDIS: SUNOCO SERVICE
the present rate of increase in assessments
on the "
;, has been section foreman how we:do it, he.continued. "We
"The time is never going to be continue, Morgan said,
lime, .27-mile Wannee line can double up, pile up and..always
I| turf from Starke to Bell. .do something." right and we will never get it for the millage rate needed to. !pal, I 452 N. Temple Ave. Phone 314 r

,.; Looking back on his 50 yearsof'railroading "" J "But shouldn't. try,to providea '
Mr. Barefoot :t school program that,is comparable ;'

,\ 'en cites place vast, changes both on that the'have railroad tak-] asked., to other! counties?," Morgan III[ "Super-Right" Extra Lean P ork I ill I

and in Starke. "What the.children miss today
I "During that time the Seaboard because of lack 'of facilities''they; j

will be able to come back. !
Air LIne has come from never
\, .'cabbage head' woodburners to for us to and get," he said: .
the waiting
just in time to begin find orders Unless for'this building SPARE RIBS
'coalburners and from coal burners ignore the 16 hour day and help money I 39c
return trip. program is provided through this
to diesels," he commented.The those' local traffic."
"There were no trucks in with bond issue, an auditorium for
tracks have changed from all this work*1 LB
days," he- said, "and the freight The pay for Bradford High School and the I _
''the thin "cherrail" to the heavy "
trains carried everything. a day. other ,construction and improve
132 pound steel rails. was up to the brakeman and In 1909 Mr. Barefoot was reassigned ments will still be heeded 20 years II
When Mr. Barefoot first came load and unload maintenance and was said. SlicedBACON :
another man to to from now, Morgan Allgood
to Starke it consisted of only a.. the .. .. :
the cars and take care of given the section foreman pos- The normal capital outlay funds .
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cluster! of houses on a few dirt other heavy work. ition. In 1913 he was assignedto accruing _annually are sufficient .

roads he said. During the trip from Fern- the Wannee Branch where he only to meet the needs of addi- I

During: his first year on the andina to.Live Oak Mr. Barefoot has worked ever since. TT......................................................-T* i I ,
railroad Mr. Barefoot workedon said he would have to load five During the first few years Mr. 49c"SuperRight" '

the section of track between or six cars 'with fruit trees, hoist Barefoot was on the railroad the LEVEL

Baldwin Chattahoochee. Then around several carloads of 200 maintenance cars were operatedby PINE LB

,he was transferred to the transportation pound sacks of phosphate, see hand, with a "strong back" .
division and worked as that .the"' cars were on the pro- needed to pump the see-saw type 1\Ir8.,1L M. 'McRae -, .

'a brakeman on the same line be- per sidings and unloaded! properly mechanism.Even .4..a &............64. .. : ,
tween Fe'rnandina and Live Oak SkinlessFRANKS I ,,
with only one other man to when the first motorsfor = '. >.. __
for two years. help him. the cars came out,, the work- We are glad to have Mrs. ,'" .10 "
"Back in those days it took a Ga. ..
Vara Mitchell. of Atlanta
"Sometimes it would be 12 to men had to purchase them them- -
.real red-blooded he-man to be 18 hours before we could have a selves if they wanted them. The with us at church last Sunday. < ;'

a railroader," Mr. Barefoot. declared meal .," he said. company began buying the motors She is visiting her brotherinlawand ;'< :
: "The going was really sister Rev.' and Mrs. W. E. 49c
tough." At Glen St. Mary, they would for the, cars in 1912, Mr. : : ,
for Barefoot said. Hall
: be' responsible transferringthe
? r.. Barefoot. .said that as a I of
Mr. Roberts LB
and Mrs. John
brakeman, he would leave Fern- .loads to other cars for delivery MrBarefoot married in 1914 : -
north. : Melrose; and Mr..and Mrs. T. N.
''andina about 7 a. m. and many and he and his wife .established !
.tin=es would not arrive in Live "When we got to Macclenny." their home in :-Brooker where Norman and son of Heilbronnwere

.Oak until 7 the following morn .he said= "many times we would they lived until early in 1924 dinner guests of the H. M. ,
when the section!: office was McRaes last Sunday. Afternoon
visitors of the McRaes were'Mrs.
transferred to Starke.They now I
have three E. C. Sapp land .sons, also of
t I Delicious and
.. JuicyPEARS
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1 $ 1 1 1 I trend in national eventshas Heilbrjonn/: l.\ # .

been felt in.the railroad Miss. Gloria. a Toil inson"or_ .oj ,"'Law- .

business Mr. Barefoot>I> recalled tey.: 'spent" Saturday' night with .' ,, ,
,- ,
"The\First World. .War, stimulatedtraffic Miss. .,}Joyce,:'Crosby"The'girls'. ,. r ..' .
greatly," he,said, and the work "together. ,in'a. :';Jacksonville f:.. ,

toom .days, after: the. war were 'insurance' ."office.- Pansy was at ',:. ,;. .. '
"hair-curlera": with business I home Saturday ta enjoy{he' hogkilling' .
activity on the .railroad bustling.Mr. .. ", ;
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p .
,.... '
-, ...Barefoot. wa&vjborn: .in .:We-04re.: :Sbrry to; report':those:j; i .' .
Whiteville;,N. C. ''and came' to who are. ill in.. this .,community. .' .
Florida with 'his .father when he : ., '.... ,
The Joe Starling 'family. Mrs. : :: : : LBS \
: 2 29C
was about 6-yearsHold.-. The bottom Oasis .Cason": Mr.:and. 'Mrs Roman : "

dropped put of the 'market 'Alvarez, and! }'Ir..'and 'Mrs. .. \( ,
a for short cotton, he said and his '
Owen .-Alvarez. We wish them GREEN GIANT .: : ." '
) father had migrated south in Also Mrs. : : : ._ .
all a. i speedy recovery.t : I :
search of 'a 'place to plant long', ail _
cotton. I Jackson.. We missed them BO Cr"e-am' Style :_ : ,- .-' '
much at.Church last Sunday. >
Columbia The family County at, first moved; settled to Su-In Mr., and Mrs.Bishop. Thomas : 'i' : ', : Golden Ripe : '

warinee, County, theiPto" Baker j and family, Mn:visited and Mrs.Mrs. Thomas'parents H. H.: R N : :; :

\ County. They'were living in Lewis, last' Sunday. "
vr Baker County when Mr. Barefoot I
.t Sw t Our. 'sister-in-lawn). 'Mrs. Laura '
joined railroad.
i McRae of Waldo; Js' living., in BANANAS .
Even though he has led such Starke' now. When her friends lHbcansl9cS ,: '
an active life,' :Mr. Barefoot Is would like to Visit, her, call on .

t : : enjoying his retirement at his Mrs. Margie.Underhill.' She lives : ,
SI comfortable home
SSS: :i on Washington near her with Mrs. Johns. -
:: street .across from the high '
; Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Mrs. W. '

S school. I C. Conner and. daughter, --Yvonne ', '-' : . ,. ..; .: LBS : ::. '
i "I am as happy as ,can be," he visited Mrs Edith Hersey in :, .'... > 2 19c : ;
said, "and have .
plenty to do. '
I ..
5' I Jacksonville Monday FOR .\ :'....
Now that he is r '
retired, he says, I : ,< ; .. ,"
ne has more time to work with l" -" .
: '
his flowers and garden and 7
can '
: / '
ti& : w. spend more time : ,
working around '
the t house. THE NIGHT :
Sometimes he says he goes '
down to the, railroad station to BEFORECHRISTMAS ,
hk m chat with, Red Delicious Eating :
M' do friends, 'and it seems .
strange not to have to check .

the train schedule as he,used to 2 l-lbcans 49C .

every morning before he startedout

The Grieg. Model HF 10. Port. on the track.NffiW. .

able At High Fidelity with three : APPLES j : I

"Tone Balanced" speakers.! $9995lulashi m ,, { :
e; Wood cabinet covered in smart1Gray.and : :,
-White---_Durastron.- t .' ,, t .

.. .. By Bin. Carl Brown ., '.. .

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ANN PAGE \0. '.
COIU TONE Rev. :McMeans: brought the .<", _'
Ftolierf/jtt' .
morning and evening messagesat ,r-. : : '

4 ARM The our church regular last weekly Sunday.Sunday A POEM THAT"COMES TO UFr'II., PORK & BEANS :: :: : ;: .

i School teachers meeting was
Dual Needle Cartrid9aOnlytheneedlemoves
H1ohuLat.ral Compliance held at the home o(, Mrs. Ivery VIWITOtiFOIL '
; turn over cartridge to "
from Bide to aide in record change from 1 to 3-mil styroovea..records Thompson last Saturday night. Z / Fresh Flavorful Instant
sound lus. Barium titanate cartter.last Next week the ,meeting will be COLOR_ PICTOIIS I III ,

longer. tridge of has distortion absolute!. minimum held in the church at 7:30 p. m. TI1EE DIMEISIOIS I \ 3 l > DcansJANE) 35c

: Bleasdale of
Mr. and .Mrs. ,
Children delight to see their favorite
,Gainesville visited; the Johnny Christmas poem"come to life"in the
'Cowarts last sunday mafic realism of three dimeosionl A&P
See "The Night Before Christmas" COFFEE
MktCNEptS :.balanced to Zenith :Mr. and :Mrs. C. J. Amy visited and many many'.other children's
Mrs. Nettie. Parmenter last stories in our View-Master picture
selection.. ,
and she returned to / '
pMP Sunday
( n. Pe @ceIOMlt I
Jacksonville 'with them for aweek's vuvMtAjrn: nciuu noon\ '
AIIDI. ., \.. (had twloir Mni....-21 skw.4 .

Mr. and visit.Mrs. Wade, Gaskms DneOrillM&5Y" Dl-w'1 M.niDktaw.ps.d&.h tni..s.Coral AteI.DW' ,. PARKER r.rr2 I Z s-oZ

\, had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. DWllMlef& CAIig Ia W.- ....+ .aeDDo i 41 C los .

Mrs. James and daughters. '
t end Ds.s;:ivu.a)s..tsFcIETsLDu JAR JAR
.I Mr. and Mrs., G.,'L.. Sapp, and, .,
-'b '
Mr and Mrs. L., C. Smith were 21 ......... PIES _: ) .. ,

,/ NtwlZeiitktutti ..,;. /TkN',. Iak. .etri guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Johnny .va r.wws. CHERRY :
YDtI "
OU4_ =c Retort nletl High Fiiti>itr SFedtrs! Bennett at the State' Farm last .-.i..w$2.50s. : :'0 ; ; _'_ ____ ):* tr-

Automatically plays Pei(,MX: .ei,71 One 7X4nch "woofer" speaker wlUi Sunday. liaM...... ; ,
rpm records. Automatic shut off- bur, Alolco-S magnet comply Yr.-and Mrs. G.; L.- Sapp,. Mrs. IlatV.u. ': : ;; .
'. utomatlc Intermit of rtcocdi of tarn* mefited by' two matched and Wbspeed. ............. Stores '
'eared,tItc'Oatatic'! ,:&*"1..." .& Patsy Sapp and'son,;Lynn, mach -idcbEach: l : .
a business trip .,to Jacksonvillelast .. _._ '
Thursday and were cupper i- .
1r'WINKLER EUECIEIC SERVICE piiests of Mr. arid "Mrs. E. C. STUDIO AND GIFT.SHOP 412 Call Street

Harvey. ,. Slarke, Florida
.Miss, Frances Martin spent
phone 166 234 N. Temple Aye' 'Starke- Fla. Saturday nleht and Sunday, with

Miss Linda Gale Kite,of Uwtey, .... -
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Install New Officers ; ; .t : .;:,.s.. t

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Tuesday eenmg the' three 4\0"" i\. s % 1 :

) drdes .of, ft1! .; rr byt: tla .... I' -A :. ., I ,; ; i4)L ii1'V

Wen o t thchutc : N In l" ? ': ik51

th. unday. ,SchOO- ').. building. .af S S .5 j'- :- a '\.

,7:30. o'clOC'k... .. 'Each,. .cude, wii.. _
dtkdy. MootvS ; .,
.. .. ... _ _,_L_ _,_ wAd -.----- -_ _- -I. able to iuidet i its share of the annual .: ;:; '.. 'S 5'.
of' the Women i -, .
udtet: o S : .
le Scholl To Wed Birthdays Celebrated the hutth; 'and ,the', three, ead-, 'S .: 5 -

Edwin M. Coates Five ers r poited a. good year.
By Youngsters '
to )fri .W. .. A' Stern :presided -

I, 'Elairie' Stii k and celebrated over .the..JJusiness meeting at
which time annual reports wefe
her tenth birthday anniversar- trcsIJ) L'1 S '
Saturday afternoon when she received from the various corn- -

had a party for: 15 of' her g1rl: mittee c"airmen and officeri -- L % P .ihLt I .
friends. e' chrlrtnias'arty; 'of the. I 4' :. .; Sa- S ...,

J W'pmen qf the hurcl\ will beheld I II .,,,,-.,, ';".,,' -"""-'-"""'--..- f l'
Her mother, Mrs. F. W II I "" .
/4 S. Sirickland the Tuesday. Dec.. .11. ,, at. 7:30, I -- '-' 11\. ..
ChrtstnjasTp'tf \ o'dock. _. .-.;; .5. A ;ofI'T. -- J. -

fo r the party dcpiatios.! ,;,f1i.! si rn.k. d the past r 1 I1i9/1/* School Honor Society Ind fs New Members
Janet Hardy won the door prize.
./' Rev. 'w.. s. :MeAliley, to Install,.
Fh girls ,enJ.ol"d.danpnC{ during '' ,' J I ..-h3 .<. ... .- .
the part hours and wer ..tj.fllowin" i ''i officers for .the' New members,,. .9f the BIad1drdft'k4 munity Member re' 'selected! MattheWs, Judy';I Gandy, Faye
t'n'ed. ice cream, cake apd1 .19S-59 term: Scioo'.Beta Club' )Vere ,inducted from. the "Junior.. -- and-. .Senior J-. Maxwell Patsy Nicho1s
.. Pr.esjdejit :- Mrs. Robert; classes .at BHS j e basis i! who
on .of
punc K 'in an impressive candl In lower ,photo :are ,those
Chapman, : .. .., scholarship ,and citizenship. carried out. .the induction, ceremony I
...TKca1er, Mrs. Bill Costel-: light cerem ny..hel4 Tftursd y' L91 -
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I.t'e r-Tf'i1 MOrn-ef was hrr.teAsqt : : ThC, new members who received : seat. l. ((1-i) Elissa. Sle.

so "'''''''' party I 1t ptul'f1ay 10.H'ktorl;._ night .Dec. ,5;. in..the. Woman's theii' pin .an certificates. fanelli, .club .eke, ;risi'dent!. ; Mary,- I .. .- urt

-. e\'E'nin lit the hornp of her "Mrs. Lous iI'8.r- Club audif unt'... ,Parents ofthe. at this time are pictured aboie: : Cogdill,.",treaSurer..-. ., standing,.:. ; '(-I-r) fT{ Fr&5

aqni.ntar. Mrs;;. ..T.V., An-, den: members. were invited. -as. speciI mdht l1> _l:r)) Ray Maxwell Lavora Capps, ,Seni- r'ember; __ __ __ __-,' .

( "'''''q f.fl F.. can ... rt In f'ple.tn" t., 'orltt' j.h qinns.- h !lnn n.-I guestS,on this occaion t-ie f ,first ,.: Try Futch Franklin Florida ,'DrfCt'! tor.binger! ;, Pat. *S ''

,4. '..-.. of her tenth birthdyn'th'prrv I Mrs. W. Jaek.snn: Ritch Tommy Dyal. 2n4 ow.'. ((1- Hobbs, club president; and
: ; ceremony ot ,it;. )kind to be held ; !
I htstiarf F.rluf'lItlon Ciair- tficia Alvarez substituting for
p ,
I !\ L r- Johit Green; Henry Hall
Club Initiates
m n-l>fNl. Bert Mt'l\falml: : for BetI here. dub'tecr tahr, 'JoanIe Wail.
Jim ,
'rhp Chrlstma:: !' theme was littooqrtivelv : George ,
carried ,out the )nirhu'ai riwttt: _Cha1iar41rs. R: ,, J. Ebing f f 1ermont, Charles Osborn& At the close Qf the ceremony,
...q.v f'nraiton; I nttl1e 18- .. Carl 'KIrtingj': State 'Director of Beta Clubs; Girts: .(1st'rPw.( l-ih Ann Eider, refreshments' were served in the

""l1nO' ,?flPStq e,1'ed, dancing ..;Chairman 3iis.Rnrl:of Gp'HY'IIl- nh -Ft'Tlt1.J. was guest speaker and explain:: HelenIly, Barbara Bates sunroorii to the members'! their
ences -- SmkCorreson4no : '
Mr. and 'Mrs. Cornelius L. 'urin the eve&ng. Secretary i .the relationship of the Beta'Club Mara Ann Nyrt .,. .2nd .ro'J, !(!-r) parents, guests, ,and faculty
I to, the school and the eathB Yvonne. qas jj Mary Agnes members.
I t a
Scholl!! announce the engagement Trs. R\v Taylor: ,
HUe C'"m ("'. cele- .... __ M)
P-w1s ._. .
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I and approaching marriage of h-nt4, her fifth birtM\v annl- Annuities.a, Relief' -Chair- ; :;;: : -
their daughter, Adele to Edvin.Morton man -Mrs. Guv Arnrew ,. .. August are de i
V1"Q"ThuM'lliav' aft-moon of taSigmaphiThe ) ,m of prefabricated -
I C Pack Th Florida
70 At
Coates III Fol1owtzlF intkiitthnilcious I
Quimby son .t d" .
lact ,"PD1( "th a Tlltrtv at t ,. fNn ,panels, .fniulated l
'of..Mrs" Francis C. Quimby of "nm,. 1'1' 1-0.... parents on W ref--"mentcr I .. 'were\ .,$.l --r"p 'f fleta I' .Siguia Phi sorority SERVICE ME I pn, the same Finipal? as,_a re- To View FilmCub '''Kiss 'Them for'Me," a romantic .

Suffolk, Va. and E. !..I. C. Quim- lfisOT' q.Tf. bv; membersof Circle 3 wh"were will hold itS fhriSma part Fidy -, ,: Jrig: ;;al r" but::. !untioning, in T tomedy starring Cary Grant
'by II, of Virginia Beach, Va. hostes.:tbr th. niV < rev I Sc ul pa 1 TO will meet in
evening;, Dec.. 13, at 7:30: rse.',They -\vill in' comfortable I Ii Jaj-ne Mansfield and Suzy Parker
; Th wedding will take pla e An attrt\rtire Christmas motIf c'clock at the Garden. Restaurant .* ubicl i i s''and :sleep on footthickIhn he. .Me h Fellowship ha1Tueday and' with" a setting' 'of San' Fran.'ciscu .

on saturday, Dec. 28. at 5 p. m. was used!' in, the party decora- r B f cSl 1rQ Giv iiBy honoring their' ,hub 1fda alidd .>rs ning'matir sses: evening, Dee. 17. at 73b during World War II' days
tions. The rt'rrE'shmpnt table o'clock for their Christmas party
1n the First Methodist Church, was tes. : The vinternov. will.play Sunday and Monday at
(. ... ..,l', r group was; arl of
: overlaid with a Santa CIautartv Little W6nthi' .nl. xfhanging: gifts. ,
All Theatre.
friends of the couple trained in cold weather survival the Florida
cloth and t,,, ,, .. ;. :w... .' Awards will be given out at this ,
are invited centered with : ; ; 3t? S : -; and The'film tells the story of three
to attend. :. ., : c nstiiutiOn "proCedure ,
a beautiful birthday cake ton- The Little Women's Club held Recent Births : ,*!11 ',. : i:.,, It ,, ,'t. -.;" t 1 at.D mteting! 'and a' movie will beshownon .
December .*.,... ,-",.... .."..n < ..;&.J. '.4 visville. It: rl before departing combat Air Force veterans on a
it : ; ; .l ,
4 "Pencil
meeting ,
I tied with miniature Santa t .Monday : .; # .5ai Z..: .. ; : Iagie. h
a for
BAKE SALE evenin 1 in the jUb hou withBarbara The BratUorc &unty; Hospital Id:,....* ,,...... ..,,, ,' '.. ,'._ ",....''f. for ;Tth' ,Antarctic They are, .exPect to may four-day leave searching
Any boys wishing join
e. M'v. "
The BHS Senior Claus. The vouna-sters were given : ; l thrills and gir1s.
mothers will i Bates" vfce.preSident, announces the foildwing' births: f.,:;. ,*.."'t-r..t..d'4f' ,.." ......... ... d t9 ieturn; to the U, S; ,in do, so at this meeting. .' lIghSt .
hold favors of balloons and find all they have
a bake sale Saturday morn- candy pidIng in the 'absen 'of Sy1viPaulk Mr.- and Mrs:. Dattd 'Martin: To- ;! : :! Mar'chof < 1959. They
ling starting at 9:30 o'clock at the canes. ". bia Jr., t; Green'Cov 1spririgs,.'adzukhtei'Vietoria : i'f'd j' All parents are urged to attend looking'fop in a huge, riotous par-
president.,. ". ._ i .- t .receive the the hotel and in the
have swank
:Flotida: B J1 l corner., Mrs. Lester Cs h"'d' assLin ;t- r" Suunt, Dec. !J. ) Devoe 'gifts bOys ty in a
Smith A.
: Danrig the bUSiness meeting of
::4 t.....'tt...r, ."... sm Mr. rude for them. pf Jayne ,Mansfield and
Paul LOtt'of persons
1er her mnther. Mrs. J. M. Mr. and Mrs Foster : :. : 111'8. b'o
the club books distri- .' and
year were Hampton : .4. '!.'\..\'ft <. h ... .... .5. ,A; of Starke, .. ,!zr Puker. ,. ,, .
Mitchell, and Mrs. W. H. 011- buted. Shl Ann Smith a daughter, Nancy .'<1. .x, "' :
I hAVE man. chairman. intrQduced the program sta,. D.ec. 9, --4 ..v ., I ,. ,' : cthpteted} h\\ ', e s ofinftiy Masons Elect S The torY is based on }redericW
e guest 6asic'
} training in the keman's novel, \'Shore Leave."
YOURWATER ;,$, .,"...d.:.!. :J '- _
,*.. speakers, Mis. E. L. 1rlattfiews "- 7""j 2nd :Tainipg. fgiJn: nt. '9 tGoraon 'New Officer's c iiid fed' one of the best of the
NAnCY J.1I1m Crews, who wall and J.lrs. F. S. Smith. who dis- Robert Halsall '
PIl".S 44; ; _", I. Ga... Heu. w.now be lighter books to come out of
11 CHECKED nu_ var. ,old :Iat Saturday cussed informally the "art of g y-' I transferred'. to ati..aclive. Armyunit :- New officers were elected by World War II.
I relf'br ted hip o ieaslon Ing teas." This was in, the foI'm .p" _, '
1ij1j.J' KO.\\ FOR wit" a Taken beath' for 5daik4 aniig.CARIcOF the Bradf rd. Lodge. No. 35. F & I
of round table discuSsion aut- ,
T WINTER nAth' that afternoon for 20 or"PI' a T' .AM at its meeting Monday CARl OF THANKS
jag which the girls learn d" how ;q -; .,. ".. ,
1ittJ frnd-, I night.
Installation and Service tb make sandwiches for ale, Robert> H lsal1,: 67, of Starke ;T fiKSWe. We wish to express our ,thank:
Mrs. Harold Crews .
Of All Types : was as- : Refreshments were sened ,by died 'in, a local...., hospital Tuesday. *i1i to: .express 5our..thanks The new officials .are- Cad for the kindness and consideration
sisted in her A
caring toy daugth.ter's Virginia Darby Mary ,, Starling'. evening: ; .following .a J'brief illness.. and, ;ippre tion ,tQ'ur many Hurst, Worship Master; ,Aaron $own' us by our many friends
Plumb tg & Heating guests by her sister. Miss ,. Garcia, and Jean"Duggar. England. frieMs ii, Badtord and .A1auia K. Taylor, Senior Warden; Her- I during the recent tragic death of
.,A. nativ of. H rwich. BlJ h 'j V J-- o.-"J' : I
Mary Alice Crosby. I \ Mr. HalSaU as'a retired utility Alpha -.M. Bryant' .J r.,"! rpmsayinn C unties ,fqt ,their! gift ,Qf. kindn bert Green, Junior, Warden; our husband, father, and son. -

GNAbNN. Ladies Council Meets : .engine r; .ha't g' worked with ,the '. -2-c- .,. .... .S. 'Navy. is, ..,after, 'the .Joss ,(If! oqr :horne.Ry N. Holiiaay, treasurer, and A'I i T t;.Eyerett Camey family-and H.
Hope ,Holliday was hostess at ,p !.l..of 8' ,grol1l? pf Navy'Se ;, .' and. Mrs., II,. R., Carlton. ..ong, secretary. l LPqaaeyamti; ) .
PLUMBING CO. At Christian Church City of 'Newark, N. J.. for 32 ; ; t. T.I .
a Bop party last SAtui1ay even- b es, fIiers, O.nd' cvilian scien.mah' .
118; Court Street ing at her hcmi: on.,S7 Water years. Jssts' 'I"! h 'U. .
; PHONE 514.J street tn celebration of her The Ladies' Coufleil o t th Surviving iiO. his Wife, Rose'Denny scientific whp. cb-serv'ati tadons, inAiartia
elev nth First Christian Church met at 'Ha1SaU''of Starke;; six
: birthday '
J r;: Night Call Coiled t 2896 The Christmas motif anr4versary was- used the church TuesdfY light:J.To i .. th! .. ..John,! Ja n 5,1 duii itg' 15 1!4. early
the soi of Mr: andAlphaM.
HaisalI 959.Jle.} ... _
Keystone Heights to advantage in decorating the for the program was "Home Anthony and Francis ,ilof !:
W. Brait ofHPtcn' '
Holliday ,home for ,the affair. Missions" with !otrs. w. 1. England; and Willian! Hal.1Iir ';:' :

The 20 guests enjoyed dancing drews in charge ot the discussl H' i iiiii'ti i ,' Canada: &; sister. ; .I.-: .J .. -

MrS. Elizabeth Rose oMntecrs. .,\\1th 1h<<; Nav 's
and refreshments throughout the Taking part on the program of lngland.. .

1 tyei M_. were Mrs. AndreWs,. Mrs. ra : rai rviceg will i 1be heid .0perat9n.! -Deepfreeze \ III<<, ,the' ro'Iir-Qj' I t. ..

IPmRIt Wilson, Mrs. Ara MotU, !.trs.Clyde in.he, Sjarke Presbyteri ..ribiurcY glVtij) ,:will ;bel; assigned: to th -1 with

Humphreys Plan Colson and :Mrs. :Mary 'E: at 2. p. m., Fri4ay? with seven_ U. .S: sci ntifi .bases fn

Wynn. Mrs. Ed :Prevatt president the ,Rev. yv? fiI: McAliley ffitiating. -' the 'Vartou remote sections of -

Christmas Parties conducted the buMiless _,Burial. will folow ,tn CrosbLaC this 'filgi1, poar ,continent. The rHIOH FIDELlI GREAT NEW

I. Ohristmu ieting at which t1m the .. neery unper direction bUildings' where; they will live

Sunday", Monday, Tuesday Family parties for: Jvistmas party t was anhtd. of Dewttt. q. Jones during'the 10'Dgr AntarcUc Night

December 15, 16, 17 umphreys Gold employees and Miss Eldine' Colson and Mrs. Funeral 'Hom .(total darkness ,from, April ,t ii OEViOPA/EITS
their! children to 12 of ,
DOUBLE FEATURE up years Blanke chair-
Margaret hip .are .. '
age, will be givcn Saturday after- a 1 '/ ncAe. clearer
men for the party._ _
RA WEDGE noon by the Highland SocIal Club I -

IN'TEChNICOLoR and Trait Ridge Social. 'Club. 'J

Rory Calhoun & \\'Onn Ih>carlo The Trail Ridge party will be- Guild Unit 2 Wonderful, Wonderf tGIfts .

: AND gin 'at 1 p.m .in the Enlisted I
Men's Club at 'Camp: BI ding. The Wesleyan Service Guild. :ls\\\ 'by-s- II I
\ Love Me Tender The Highland party will start I Unit 2. met Tusday evenipg. at ,
the home 'of Louis Hilleri- .. /95-- ?v
}:Il'rl'Sh! ,
3' mchanl Egan and at 2 p.m. in the conference room : --
Debra dahl for their De ember meeting
l'agptt'lih at the Highland plant.

'ctii; 'fIOOUfor"ChiM, ii Aiund 500 ji renls: ana chil.I with"Mrs. Elden iathews, s.l l':d-' \ THE TUDOR Model 2330 ,- '

dren are expected to attend these hostess. k I r. ;, 21dfa. nieas.262 s.in. rectingular picture area.. y.1 : '
red.. Thur Dec. lR, 19 event:!. and the youngsters will Mrs. R. S. Miillins piesid nt, -. s t } I Ii'trsined'MahdgadBI'oad Oak, and Cherry .fJ't.vy 'HIGf'I'DE-l'I't. ["' JORtt_ .__,.,NfitC"ASSf- {

DOUBLE FEATURE be entertiIn d With movies and presided over meetliuI and ; .CoI ts. Buc available extra. ., .. __ ', ., __ ., .' '
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:i the tf: : .
; Jungle Man-Eat'ers group: singing. Santa is scheduled gave ?-!! HenryGodwin \ $t / ., ; : :;
program on
gave .
to at both parties. t
appear .
I Johnny Welssmuller as Jungle Jim "Missionaries, Forikn i .nd Home?' : :. .

;. And WSCS Circle 4 The hostesses r soclal iV 'hthir.j11 and 'L\\ )i I. : with extended Band
coffee during the ,
I LUST FOR LIFE -: Vide9 AmpIifi !- l.J l.

Circle 4 of the Methodist .' .. i J lows up to ,3$0:000': \'
With KIrk ',nouglas Methodist C'lass : f TRIMMER'SLIMMER 4- morecjchistpicture: ,
, ,: __ Plus Oulor Cartoon wscs met Tuesday, night at .tie -;; .iki.1ointy'pv. "
t : Fellowship Hall with 17 members Sets Yule Party i i e'p cf 1; 1 I canC'1' ; .U. nformafion to,rea h,

Fri.. Sat. Dec. 20" 21 and one guest present. The p.ncil in .han.dy Jlnd.blt -. the TV screen for
t DOUBLE casi. Choice of ., i sf/h'n.q? greater picture detai1
FEATURE meeting was opened l-: the' newly The Young Adult. 'Sunday. school joint,. di ic"f .

: Will Success Spoil elected chltman, Mr Jack class of the First Methodist ,asttl colori '5.00 ..' 2 depth realism than -

Clement. church will have their Chris m s ... t 14_- : :. '* : .S ordinary narfow.b.and'YV icceivers.i-las
i i. Rock Hunter? I \ Avte-FiI' D.skPeS3-with fbe, '- 20,000'olts of picture
conducted party Sunday'afte oon in Felow-} ). r- power.
The was by pin 11\01 Rlls itslf fr'o'gTnt Ink-
r S'sithJayne 3IanJiekI Tony Ran. Mrs: W.program B. Thompson \rno showed ship hall from 3O: to 5 o'clock.. S fountn,in ftle ,_.. fOuntoin.b ss S a _' -._ -, _- ,'_ --_- _. ."_ _," "_,' ,_ ._ _

dall and Joan Blondell Gifts will be exc aJlg d.. .4' ,- -' n..ds'' ink only'4 limes yearly' .. ,
.; And' a film strip entitled, ""When !- baby sitter 'fi I; provided 4 normal vs.. .hoke of point', choice i"1'I WI,' W Ng.I }iJtjU !};run
the Littlest Camel' Knelt. :
ol .
in the nursery. Gf << !J4. .. .
I : Badlands of Montana A stork shower was given .for n Sless s r r te'patyw1llbMrs. : t

.J '''lth. Rex Reason & Jlargia leat!L Mrs. Edward Schwab. and reI Drew R ddish. chairman. ... I 7.Twr\ : :\i'ith' neW Zenith high

I'iu'. Serial Chap.-t: und Cartoon I fteshments" Were served by !..Irs.J. Mrs. Levi Whittle, and Mrs. R. S. :spced electron'gi 1'
for Children. .. F.' Bloodworth and .In. 1. C. 4' I S.-_ ,
Mullins. oJ; : '4 ". .. : .that rives, !Iectrons JLJ"e I

1:."."' I Hinsor : : r: "- ; # Izardandfasi-pfc. fP'V/urd' I
II i::' e WSCS To rvieThe t ; .' 1'- THE HAWTHORNE Model A2329J tures sparkJe'wih; r.5'...AQLE
'2 dial.m as: 6hq. in, rectanutu plfarc area; bright 'highBght. '

r,: .OVeflfreth, ',- Methodist WSCS will meet .- I .5" 2am.1nTopu8roneolor.Baecxtra., '_ Ne w design..eUm., ,. '
0 .
I Tuesday, afternoon..t Dec. 17.at... .3 S .9,. _'_.I. :a' ,, .;. .natestroubesome, ionS
("cJock in the Fellowship Hall fortlii :
I : trap magnet which when improPerly ad.
: business and meet- .
program '
.'. a justed,causes Lowbrightnessfuzzydctajl.iiasiiii:1Ai .
1.. ing. A tea will b jt Jd.after .ttte. .5 ..
D.Ivz rx"- Peckel 1sttbr.oJ .
meeting for the tew members
II I th. '.oulifuA c1eep.tgned fat.,. t
tile, Society and the- Guilds. AU point j ( E ITH EXTRA. UALITY
.t .f y..r cholet brook'*ru and Matddnq.sh- P'rJ'
ladies of th4 chiurciir e : : afrq1lm : '
;.tbiti the bsrisI' ". 4 I PSAcL Gl.omisg ohOps. FEATURES:
ied to attend. f -. Gift boxed. ; .-tvs
i! --- SATUDRAY SPECIALS"- : .. S : asdOWas $139.95' Cine1ens'raGTassS J .Dual Tone Control.

CARD OF mLfu :Gv t&em in sterbrook this Christmas ;. ... ;\Sp: i te Dial' FtH1ft '

: We.wishto epre'oiIrdep -. "' O tmari]. tiful pel and pencil sets J1I jI i1ijfj4 eJasy Out Face Glass,

i --Reg. 49c RUM CAKE ;J9 appreciation tfJ all. our'' 1i tghbb'rs .5 : or aarve1ous;; desk pe* set. All, wiI q. b T .. Pull-Piih On-OffKncb '

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-.. Sand friends for .betr kindnesses presents or t asIer. mooth writings because .ft." 1 I '" z:: ;/It. :

Reg. SOc' doz Cinnamon 7 c Rolls i and lovely flowers in, our,--recent .. you oosettJuujght Point Cor'l1Y kindaiy. .

SPECIAL (Sat. Only) ,- : ,. 'lI2e'doz.t sorrow.thank aU Also the wt doctors- wduI1 auid4mirse' 'Iilf'" to '" .:"1-otwriing"jMorc{ than 30 p sty1c Winld! E1ectric .' Service

at the Bradford p untrHospitalfor I r .

PAStRIES' their unUrin effdrt and $RRD'c1dNii: .1EtEGRAPH I
kindness. : .. 234 N. Temple ''Avu Phone 16fi,
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and Edwin Sniith- and '.
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ifr. and Mrs. J. !| -- -
Quigley attended .-.' IB the Court of the County Judge claimant,'and shall be sworn to by ahtve rs" II m*.l Court afcd/ rust and
s f, r ++ tits ;;: ... .. .
+ Bradford lot
the., Gideon meeting Sunday County Florida. the claimant his agent his attorney ) .4 .rt .1111"01 1 !-t'l tit 1
: Ia Pr.bate I and any such claim"w demand Yinir *I..W T or "leH'1 ruc\.1, Ille
afternoon in Gainesville. 'h \ '. .2, n re: Estate of J, W. Andrews, Jr., i1 s* filed shall be void. CuiupUtttl n tilt Plain. *'IT E .
Bibles were presented to Ute ._. ., .''"'- Deceased.To shell K Andrews, as''admin Attorney' Joseph K. :Skipper: ,>Jl
tj. All {Creditor and Persona liar- istratrix of the Estate of J.W. Florida' Title Building, JiCkeonville -
Alachua, General Hospital at this .... ; A lag Cia I..* or m.....* Agaiwt Andrews Jr. deceased. %. Florida -
'.. ,. i w. rx Said Eatate. First publication November 8, 1957. and die 11. tlriguoalllll time.Mrs ..*;" ;.;. .ta. : I' .' You and each of you are hereby 1Z/1S 4t 1/3 the Clark "f thA.Clrul ffctfrt "D
IN THE NEWS Roger Guisslnger/[ and '. < .'.. notified and required to present or before the IS day of January..
-or any claims and demands which rOTIVb 'tn' APfR\R ofwid
children of Baton Rouge; La. are .:1 195S; otherwise the allegation
f. you or either of you. have la Cln-mtt Cotart. Bradford CnamtT. will
1xR may C int o" uk nnfessed a.
spending two weeks with her 4.t against the estate of FtotMat I. Chancery. .. h. .tau
) ... ..... ...._ M'... .- M'M .. M ti parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. R .... ., .' + J. W. Andrews Jr.. Abbie Wilcox Plaintiff vs. Sandy This notice shall be published I
:r ,. .. ..! deceased, late of said County to Wilcox Defendant., once each week for four oonsecutiv
Mrs.. B. L. Moxley'returned Pvt. Butch Smith returned Sewell., Mr.. ,Guissinger will join .' .i..:,. the County Judge if Bradford Case Xo. 12459tlr weeks in the Bradford County Tel
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<( : "' ........ '. T % .ra.. ,
:1' egraph.
his 'j. County at his office in .
Sunday from the University Hospital Saturday after six monthstrain family for Christmas. .. ..-' .. :'< ." .. .. the court
7 t ; .,. ".i; house of said County at Starke. To: Sandy Wllcoxwhose: residence Dated this 11 day of December.
Augusta,Ga. where she underwent Ing with the National Guard at ,Mr.. and Mrs. J. 0.. Sewell and 11 :s Florida, within eight calendar! is Fitzgerald, Georgia, and 1957 ".5-

t surgery.D. Fort Jackson, S. C. and Fort children of Jacksonville wel"f"visiting ..' ;! months from the time of the first whose, address is General. OFFICIAL SEAL '
; publication Fitzgerald Georgia.You Charles A. Darby,
F. Baker of Ocala is visiting Campbell, Ky. He will enter Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. 1'/ ,1': demands shall of notice.be in writing Each claimor and are hereby notified Deuvt'rr'l Clerk of the etrentl !!curtBr .

his granddaughter, Mrs. Henry B. Sewell on Sunday. shall state the place of residenceand suit for divorce_ Marian L. Crosby Deputy CKrk.
South Georgia College, ,'"
Godwin and Douglas post office address of the has been 4 i-sralnst you In the 12/1354t 1/3
Ga. in January. Rev:, and Mrs. S. J. Grady had
Sgt.and Mrs. Jerry Lawson and
baby of Orlando were visiting his Mrs. A. ''W; Anderson:, Sr., Mrs. as Sunday dinner guests their i '
grandson"and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward 'Schwab and Mrs. Alice
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Law-
, Georgtf Lee, and children. Ricky rt '
ion, over the weekend. Anderson were In Orlando last
to Mrs: 'John Anderson and Micke, of Jacksonville; also t
Miss Jean Mundy was home for Friday see -

the. weekend from Bessie Tilt of Cocoa sworn In as a 'th 'granddaughter and her I

college. United states citizen. Mrs: John J husband, Mr. "and Mrs. Robert Sirs. Rhoda Dampier clerk of' the local Selective Service:Board, 5' ,

Mrs. C. W. Colson underwent Anderson 'is the, daughterinlawof Price of Lake Mary, who were on was recently honored by ,the Third,, U. S. Army ,Commander, Maj. ,

surgery Saturday at Doctors Hos- Mrs. A. 'W. Anderson and a their way to their new home in Gen: Thomas R:. Wckey. She was awarded the;'coveted Army

plUL former resident 'of Starke. I I South Carolina. Mr. Grady was Certificate of Achievement for her cooperation and assistance 'with
his 83rd
birthday an-
Join The Christmas Savings Mr. and Mrs. Max: Furlong returned I ni versary' and received many Army Recruiters In the area., Maj. Geo.'W.; Clark Jr., commander r

dub Now at the CommunityState home Saturday from the cards and several other remembrances of the Recruiting Main Station,in Jacksonville made the award at
Bank at Starke and have Kelly Air Force Base. San Antonio I I .
the ceremonial luncheon in
recent Jacksonville
at this time. M. Sgt. Denton Caster 'I:
money for next Christmas. Texas, after three and aI '
I Clearance of Fail Dresses, of the Gainesville Recruiting Stationtti, lolo serves this area, is shown
Among those in Gainesville half years in service. They are
Skirts and Blouses' Thursday with Mrs. Dampier. !
Thursday evening to hear Fred makinsr their horn at present I .
Friday and Saturday at ]Leila'sMrs 6: y. f
paring and his ,Pennsylvaniaris with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
: 'Frances and ''
Moyer BHS Band InvitedTo New Loan Office
it the U. of F. were membersof V. V. Hazen. MAKES
daughter, Jane of Jacksonville '' MEAL-MAKING A PLEASURE
the Methodist choir, Judge Mrs. Charles Herlong of Jacksonville spent the weekend with Mr. and Gasparilla Show;, Opens 'In Starke .

and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, and spent Sunday to Thurs- ; "! : .
Mrs. One Wig g1ns. Fund Drive PlannedThe
Mrs. ,Charlotte Miller. I dav with Mrs. Carrie Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. A new loan office Town Finance .
Pvt. Haines returned Co:, opened last week at 144 .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlon iffiH'L
Whaley have rented the Thomas Bradford High School Bandis
home Saturday from six months arp in Fort White this week house at- 637 N. Walnut St. one of the 30 bands from the West Call' St. with Herman Fil- J

training with the National Guardat visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. S-Sgt. Delano Thomas is home South invited' to march in the I lingim, as manager. ;t#
is Florida owned
'Aberdeen, Md.. Mo 1ey. in Company "A( ,.
Gasparilla parade Tampa on MIXMASTER
after "
receivinghis discharge at and operated and.also has offices i
Mrs. Nellie Swindell is a Mr. and Mrs. George Hupeins Kessler Air Force Base, Miss. Monday Feb: 1, Bandmaster El- at' Live Oak and Perry. \ ,

medical patient in Doctor's Hos find family visited her mother, den Mathews announced yester \ '
l lMrq. last Thursday after four, years Jim Meyer, owner of ,the com*

pital.. ,F. M. .Wfords. In High in service He will enter the day. pany,;thinks, _he probably set some Larger bcwl-fit ,beaters i : ,
It will require around $450 far ,,, :
Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Jones and Springs on Sunday. spring term at the U. of F. as of the band on the trip' kind of record' in opening the new for higher, lighter, : II'I
family ,spent the weekend with Mrs. O. L. Haynes: Jr. spent a freshman. I and a drive will begin soon to office here. He:arrived In',Starke finer-textured cakes. .. IADtutr COIC2CL

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wingate hi the weekend in Atlanta where Rudolph Sink. Benedict Finz- Wednesday of last week, made a lOAS1tI
raise for this the '
money purpose, Coves time, armwork.CONTROUEDyUT. ,.-
Jacksonville ., she attended the funeral of her er, Jr. and Lloyd Hedgecock are bandmaster said. quick survey of the city arranged ': .nAuU..t" CON.r' .
grandmother, Mrs. A. J. Scott, in Lexington, N. C. Wednesdayto Mathews plans ,to have 63 for renting a building, called the v I not unifof
i State Comptroller's office to get ;; gives -
on Saturday afternoon.
Sunday on business. marching members of the ,band '
I i permission to open the office, and :., in toast ever/
Clearance of Fail Dresses Struth will when it in the Tampa
Roddy arrive home! appears :
Skirts and Blouses Thursday this weekend from Young Har- event had doors Mr. Fillirigim here with the : r ', I, \ : time.- .
FLORIDATHEATRE open business the next \
Friday and Saturday at Leila'sVisiting ris College, Ga. for the holidays.Miss day, Thursday. Fixtures and office ._ t1. :

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sylvia Paulk will give a SCS Lake .,,' '
I BrooklynRepresentatives equipment,not arrive until "'" k2'C J '...
Underhill and Mrs. Della Manning
I 15 minute performance at the the first of this week, however.

I last week were Mr. and George Washington Hotel Sat- Meet I Mr. Fillingim is a native of J

Mrs. T. W. Loyless of Jacksonville urday evening at the Florida Marian and has previously managed s
Representatives of the Soil Conservation _
and Mr. and Mrs. Edward National Bank Christmas party I loan offices at Saraaota and .
Service met in Keystone
SAT.. DEC. 14 ONLY Norman of Lady Lake. Lt. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews Heights. Monday 'with committee i Palatka. With his wife and three I ( # ..

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE .aIYllta Mrs. Annie Hollin'gsworth wIn as and son, David, arrive home members of the Lake Brooklyn I children he is residing at 315 N. :

Laurens; S. C. from Thursdayto Saturday to spend the holidays Civic. Association. The meeting I Walnut St., I I 0

I WKLEX EKHT1ES Sunday with her daughter with their parents, Mr., and Mrs. was held.at the,home ,of chairm &***FRYMN :. t t

.., in-law Mrs. James Hollings- Dave Paulk and Mr. 'and Mrs. E. L. Southwell on Brooklyn Bay.Ii Wins Blue, Ribbon
worth, who underwent surgery. Reddish Andrews. Lt. Andrewshas The Soil Conservation repre- SQUARE SHAPE

tlasttR Penny Hollingsworth Stayed: with received his discharge from sentatives were in the area' to A. calf skin wallet for valuable COOKS 20%MORE r ) = : _

her brother-in-law and sister, Lackland Air Force Base after ascertain the height of interestin papers, hand made by Mrs. W. : tin Rceid Paa : CJ II

Mr. and Mrs. James Hair, in three and a ,half years' service. the low water problem. They R. Miller was awarded a blue. Perfect controlled heat = AUTOMATIC 1 ..

Lake City. Mr. arid Mrs. J. J. Moore and stated ,that the geological survey ribbon ''at the recent for more delicious foods COffEJIUItII.: "

Mrs. J, R. Kite and Mr. and family of Waycross spent the team and engineers- .;should" be 'in Greater by simply setting the d'aLWINKLER : Perfect coffee every limit, I
AND ... the area soon Jacksonville and Industrial Fair. automatically..: __.
::- Mrs. Paul McLendon and family weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Lake Brooklyn committee Mrs.. Miller
members learned
spent Sunday In St. Augustine Raymond and Mr. and Mrs. M. leathercraftin
RESCUE FROM THE Mrs. J. C. Fogs visited her H. Lang. I. attending the meeting were a class conducted by the
THREAT OF AN A. E. Crawford, Carl Carnes, Mrs
ANCIENT CURSE 1i aunt: Mrs. Flo Lvons in Jacksonville Mrs. M. W. Lance spent last H., A. Sprow, and Mr.,and Mrs. E. Adult Education Program. ELECTRIC SERVICE

on Thursday of last week with_ Mr. and Mrs., ,R:1:( A. L. Southwell. The Soil Conservation -, .
yv ,
Carswell "/1,11.1 ,
week and family in Waycross, Service was represented by .

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Townsend Ga. David Bentulett and O. E. Smithof NonCE Florida TO CREDITORS 234 N. Temple Ave., Phone 166 Starke PIa.j. .
of Atlanta were ovmriKht guests G. L. Farber returned last Ocala, Lawrence Miller of

Saturday of their daughter. Mrs. Thursday from Riverside Hospital Green Cove Springs, and.,Henry

A. L. Crosby. Jr. and family. where he was confined the Stanley of Gainesville.

i t C E MrM.rs Fao" Mrs. P F .Denmark spent the past two weeks for treatments.

Robert weekend Parrish with her in Lake sister, Butler.Mrs. ,Mrs.Richey M. F. Brown visiting was Col.in NewPort and f. M. Moore j. AT 5:00: PI ON DEC 24 THE SLADE\ ) GAS COMPANY ILL

1t[ f0 ES1t MUM1EvEthI Bobbv Dodd and Gregory Mrs. J. ,W. McNeer from Friday Taken Death

MME! USOOL1 1 chicken Alvarez nox.are confined with the ,mother to Tuesday., Mrs. She J. J.brought Fitzgerald her By GIVE TO SQME LUCKY PERSON WONDERFUL WEEK% ON

Plus "Fistic Mystic" Cartoon, Mrs. Merrill Edwards and son back with her for several _Edwin Markley Moore, 56 assistant

and Last Chapter Vigilantes, Rickey scent Monday to Wednesday months vigit manager of the Bradford MIAMI

Serial. of last week with Mr. Harry H. Rabb, Jr. Is in Clearwater Motel, died at his residence an at BEACH 1IH% ALL EXPENSES PAID FOR WO% !

the motel
Friday following
and Mrs. James Kinchen 'In this week attending an

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday Jacksonville. insurance school. illness of several months. Everybody will qualify for
Other Gifts have been advertised
Mr. Moore had been associatedwith
December Clearance of Fail Dresses
15,16 Mr. and Mrs. W. F Castleberrv

..-..._-.....":;.' :'"' Skirts and ''Blouses Thursday of Auiburndale were Tuesday and the motel for the, past two this Wonderful) Trip who to be ,,given away.

E' .,...:;;' S ,' :, i Friday and Saturday at Leila's.Mrs. Wednesday visitors.of Mrs. and a half years, coming to Due to the tremendous

( atJ .:6RW1 :' :i R. V. Chapman and chil Castleberry's : Starke from Coatesville, Pa. His has purchased appliances "
'-'UI T brothers H. A.. : amount of book work necessary
H \ dren spent Saturday and Sundaywith Ewell. J. r. and M. L. Lawsonand parents were Mrs. Blanche Davis in the amount of $50 or .
t i'MANSAELD: Mrs. G. L. Chapman and I their families. 'Moore of Starke,- and the to get numbers to

'. :'...,.',t"Ii1;( "t"1'H' '" 1, Mrs. W. D. Witt in Lake City: Jan Mundorff returns home late Edwin Thomas Moore. -more front Slade Gas Co.during 1 each customer, it is necessary -
,. 1
M besides his motherare ti
.v. ,,*," 'f< "' ;i Mrs Mamie Anderson and Mrs.P. Surviving / l
that awarding
next. delay
.H Tuesday from we
; t< Oglethorpe
brother, Raymond L. Moore the 1957 ,,
WU'SS't. E. Stone of Archer were a year up to %y
for the'
University! holidays. Pa. and two sis- these gifts until shortly
of Coatesville ;
'lNEM' '1 weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. Dirs.V.. H. Nollman 5:00 P.M. Dec. 24.
was called ,
tree Malcolm Pownall of
M. Davis. after the first of the
"I L I }, FOR, i to Savannah. Ga. Tuesday Starke and Mrs Frank Glading S
Mr. and Mrs. William Each
,, t> Dansbyof when she received word that her of Coatesville. year. person purchasing
03. ', f { Jacksonville were visiting M r.
'tf .' Me"1t sister, 'Mrs. Claude Denny, was 1 gas from us, in the
'. The body was sent to Coates-
and This,All Expenses Paid Va
,, .t tj Mrs. R. 0. Dansby on Sun- injured In -
.. an automobile accident
,.... $ dav. vine where funeral services amount of $50 and over
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ljt+tr\.,. -. :? "iI'F" '''- Mrs Esther Johnson of Plant Mrs.and Mrs.Denny Nolhnan is progressing nicely were tentatively set for Monday. cation for Two may be tak during the year 1957, will
will return
Burial was in the family plot in
Plus "Th Awful) Tooth" Car City Is spending a few days this home on Saturday. Brandywine Manor Cemetery en. any. time between the be eligible for one of the
toon. week with Mrs.V.,. H. Struth
Mrs. Charlotte
Miller won a
Coatesville. following gifts
and Miss Kate Struth. blue ribbon award on a handmade near dates of June 1, 1958 thru
Mrs. J. W. Andrews and Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Tues., Wed. Dec. 17 18 "valuable papers wallet '
Aug. 30 1958.
Home was in charge of local ar ,
W. L. Blair
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE attended' the' Methodist made of leather which she en rangements.. .e ALL 1. Automatic Gas

f WSCS meeting on Workshop tered in the Arts and Crafts /

Promotion in Gainesville onThursdav -, Range
Dept. of the Greater Jacksonville I" The winner may take an-
gtOHtVEa'f of last week.. 'I Agricultural Fair on Nov. 14-23.' Services Slated EXPENSES.

E fRla tl Mrs, Delia Hoover was released I Archie Green. Bob Smith and r other person slurg.at the t*

A V HVBLACK from the Bradford County j PAID 2. Automatic Gas
Harold Tyus attended the Messiah For E. A. Gainey
Hospital last Thursday and is expense of Slade Gas. Co.
: at the U. of .F. on Sunday
onnvalewinff at the home of. her TRIP Hot Water Heater I
SCORPION 'Funeral services for Everett'Alford
ioe., Mrs. Stewart Wallace in and, Mrs. .W. H. Nolhnan .., .
Palatka. Gainey, 42 who died at All will be
have had Mr. and expenses paid FOR 2
as guests
his home in Brooker' Saturday : I. 3. Dearborn Space
Mrs. W. H. Struth and Miss 1 Mrs. Stephen Wixom of Buffalo. .
,AND morning will be held at the fortwo, persons from
Kate Struth had as Sunday vis N: Y. last Friday and Mr. and TO Jt Heater
WWNt 6801 MMMM*MMJohnny graveside, at 3 p. m. Sunday
itors. Mr and Mrs. W. L. Edwards Mrs. Glen Lanier of Savannah Starke to Miami and re-
with Elder Herman :Moody of- I
and Mrs. Leah S Bau- Ga. last Saturday. Mr. Wixomis ,?e MIAMIBEACH y y

tVoublePlus knight of Jacksonville and Mrs. a retired superintendent of ficiating.Burial will follow ,in the fam- turn plus.expenses while,, .." r: f 4. $50 Cash Award
Don Cornell and children of Mas- Railroad L K *"
the New York Central
"E tlfl'JJa111 1:1111100': slllion Ohk} ly plot in Dedan Cemetery at vacationing_ 'on 31 i a m iBeach. .
Tony Gonzalez was ordained -
Brooker.Mr. 4
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"Helpful Geny" Cartoon and Tuesday on business. Baptist Church in Palatka on born on May 23, 1915. His parents t I
Mrs. O. L. Beasley and MrsJ. Sunday afernoon ,before 300 were Mrs. Nancy Crosli

Thur., Fri. Dec. 19 2'p ner. W guests.Kincaid Mrs had D.as B.Stmlay.din-Beasley. guests 22, deacons Including: Among 13 ministersand those attending Homer of P. Brooker Gainey. and the late'yGainey Fmner 1 Must Be Present At Time of Award, .December 24 5 P. M.

a Mrs. Thelma larche and sons > from Starke :Mr
Surviving besides his mother
Larry and Jimmy, Mr. and :Mrs. 'and l irs.. J."D, .Doyle Mrs."J. : 'wife: Betty Garner IF NOT PRESENT,. THE AWARD WILL.GO :TO SOMEONE ELSE

Clarence' Beaslev' and family Warren, Mrs Beatrice ,Badm DGainey two daughters.. Carol and .

Mrs.Miss Hazel Bernice Blackburn aU of Gainesville and Mrs Hurst Martha,Mr and Gonzalez Mrs. Louis Carl Hil- Ann Gainey of Brooker; two OUR CHRISTMAS .
sons, Phillip .and Andy Gainey, .- $60 FOR YOUR OLD UE.
yaw.nt -. and Mr. and Mrs Arthur lendahl and family Mrs., Joe both of Brooker;; a brother

Stevens of. w 1do. I B.Jackson H. McRae.and daughter Mrs. Clyde Sue Hues Mrs. Homer Perry Gainey Jr. of San I -REGARDLESS OF CONDITION" WHEN USED. ,AGAINST PURCHASE OF ANY

"Law D. R. Edwards of Belle Gladespent Antonio. Tex. five Mrs. -
plus and ; sisters, } .
Audrey" Cartoon sb- Mr. and .Mrs Glen Conner and NEW FULL SIZED-'MNGE ON OUR FLOOR
and Navy All American the weekend ,with his( Peach Raulerson and Mrs.. Eva ,
family Mrs. Al
Mrs. A.- Z. Adldns and Mrs Harley. J. W ,
Sports lets, ', Spooner both of Pahokee- Mrs.
Lee. Rev. W. H. Lee Mrs. OlaPerkins -- '
-' John Love Wflkes. I I ,, and J, JR., Bullingtbn, Lottie Raulerson of Okeechobce, IS
LOOK-- GET SET Clayton Crawford ''returned Mrs. Vera Collins of Gainesville : '
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,"JAILHOUSEROCK" home Tuesday , 1
COMING County Hospital where; he feet year favorite ESTEKBRdOK Farm J '
spent the past week, end to irtfll .7 ,you write. Come III ... se. DeWitt C Jones Funeral 'Home. -- y:1 -.

confined to Ma bed, I Fomttala, Pen.. TELEGRAPE is in charge of 'arrangements. ---

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W 'Tossing : conduct.The woman, Sally Williams BHS' Joe Harden: Shines On College Rotations"_ f. Vote r'I, I I Quarterback. C/tib 'Pro'Ofes';; Plans -.r : "

testified that DeSue stuck the ".

knife into'the counter from about Gridiron Team At Murray College I Annual I.AYfard'ToBan'd To Honor Champion BHS Grid Team

Nets SentenceFor I 0 feet away, missing'by less thana liJlI
I IDear'
foot a baby which its mother Member At." the bi-weekly meeting .of Mr. Goldw-ire said.
was holding. '
the Quarterback Club last week. .The coaching staff has submitted -
In other cases, ,Leo DeSue Jr. :Mr. Matthews:
Reno Youth Rotary-Club of Starke has Coach Leonard 'Register'told the
Negro, was given a suspended 30 the following team members '
voted to present the, National that, Torna'doeswon
group, thls.jrear's In behalf of the Senior Classof
day' sentence after pleading guiltyto
: m as eligible for a team Jacket -
Anon Medal the
A Negro, youth was given a causing an accident. DeSue was : Foundation .to their first district championship Bradford High School. I
band student of Bradford and have assured the

sentence of a $27 fin "or five days the driver of a station wagon graduating since 1949. It"-was. felt that would like to express 'our appre- I
in"Jail Monday in Mayor's Court ww' ,High.SchOQI'who., has contributed club and community should that suitable 'awards will be
which hit a car driven by Lonnie --- the : cation of, the wonderful job of
.the most to his' musical or- :
alter a woman proprietor of a Crawford Jr. at the intersectionof give proper recognition to( 29 boys made to( the Junior 'Varsity ,for advertising that the. Telegraph
,his school
ganization ca
Reno missed( tavern testified that when he barely he- Pratt and Walnut streets.A :fI a reer.,. The selection will be made who( had spent many long ..hourson ther contribution to the development has done, for: us in: :the past., year.

hitting a baby charge against DeSue or running by vote of his class and faculty.In the., :practice_ field ,to ,bring I of'a championship team. You have brought. our projects ,
knife in her
last was throwing Friday.-. a place a stop sign was dismissed %: $ !t4i addition to( receiving the Bradford., High School-! [this -coveted ,I W. .ft, Johns -Tommy Stallings, befQre ,the ,eyes of, the people,
after testified that he
the Negro medal, the honored band member trophy. I Wilbur Barry Randy Johns Ru which has certainly helped us a .
The Leslie DeSue admitted
youth, but struck Crawford'scar
stopped will have his or her name engrave The' Quarterback Club, made it dolph Hutcheson Mike Goldwire greatdeal..- !
when he out into Walnut -
thro1ng.the. knife, but pulled ed, on a permanent.award plaque possible .to' field a, midget team Bert, McGee, Terrell'preen., Bub- Our 'recent turkey Moot wasa
said he only threw it at the floor street. which will hang ,in. the music this year by providing'about
ba LaMee, Charles Osborne
We'made about
and did not come near the child. Thirty-seven dollar bonds were -b-. .I4 &; building. $300) .worth of equipment 'for Bennett Charles Noegel. great'success.

He said he did not realize the forfeited by Charles William Diehl I Among the factors which will these future conference winners Gary Bennie Williams $65 'profit on It. and this will ,
Bob ,Taccia,
danger of his actions at the time. charged with failure to have his: be considered in selecting the for-BHS. ,This' expenditure necessitated Douglas Seymour, Hank Graham help us reach our goal: of a trip
He was charged with disorderly vehicle under control and Bobby award 'winner are: better than
I that- the club resort to and New York.
Lee Taylor charged with runninga '. 'Gene Weaver James to Washington '

stop sign and causing an acci eration average scholastic'standing over and above normal; coop- the old American custom of deficit Thomas, Henry Hall, John Dodd Thank 'you'again for all your

dent.Mary *'. .,I,.' .. duties; general musicanship; attendance spending. Calvin Pace Larry,Elder, Jimmy cooperation. tYours

Blasko forfeited at $12 5 ; ambition and.diligence; "For this reason your Quart Hobbs Larry LaMee. D. Ritch very truly.

bond on a charge of running a inspiration Jto others; and personal :- erback ClUb 'invites and, solicits I Green ,Harvey Tanner Bobby
Virginia Darby. Secretary
red light. c ___ habits. the cooperation of. all business1firms Shannon, Steve Williams, and
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4 Trial of cases arising from an The medal derives its name and individuals of' Starke I Freddie Stephens. Senior Class BHS

iijiiiwj-fi: : accident occurring Friday at the /SfiSSSEsgs from' Arion, a semi-legendary poet and Bradford County ,to 'join
intersection of Brownlee and ; and musician 'who lived'about'625 with' us"in presenting this 'small

Water streets was postponed until B. C.' It will be presented each token of appreciation to'the' let- Selllt Rent It Trade

10 a.m. Friday after it was reported year( at the commencement exercises term en who contributed so freely o.
that one of the defendantshad ; ;'W : s, of Bradford High SchooL of their energies to( bring the

not been apprehended.In district championship to( our WITH A TELEGRAPH (CLASSIFIED)
these cases Wesley E. Cookis Baker Gives community," Gilbert S. Goldwire,
$500 .
charged with leaving the scene president of the QuarterbackClub

of an accident and failing to yield & said in' announcing the 'project 20 WORDS OR' LESS O.* ....rfi.i M (Hlalmw .Clatft) ,T8EACII '

the right of way and Glynn Roland In Drive To Pull ADDITIOVAI! ,'WORD OVER 20 _--'.-. __-_ 4c P.* W. '
According to reports from that ability to.rock and sock :
Markham of Gainesville is :20.% DISCOUNT ON! REPEAT INSERTIONS SAMB AD,
--j;_ : charged with failure to yield the Murray, Ky., Bradford High's that.'we coachea prize so highly. Traffic From 301 ."In the near'fuKiirej; some' lub We ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS KOT PAID IM ADYAXCE.

y right of way. Police said that Joe Harden is doing quite well He' is well-rounded in the..fundament '- ', member give""everyTornado ,

\ ___ r': Cook left. the scene before the Investigation for himself in small college foot- is of football- and has> that The Baker County .Board of booster 'an opportunity to sup- CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ___.,-_---- .llPF' firk Flirt latfrtle' *

was completed and had ball ranks. A former Tornado special knack we tall' football County Commissioners last week port this worthwhile. project, St.OA PER INCH FOR SMB 'AD BBPEATED, ONE OR WORE TiMEs

rot yet been contacted. foursport letterman Harden is 'savvy.' voted to' appropriate $500 to the !" CARDS OP THANK (IT. T. 50 Wcrds) ----- .. tM
Mayor W. T. Jackson set Wednesday a reserve guard on the Murray "Joe is o .O... Ptr W."
AHEAD : ,seeinga_ ,great deal faction County Development Commission OvER RO WORDS -
LOOK ( .
trial date, Dec.18 for at '2 p.m. as Earl the State Although College a freshman.gridiron team.' Harden asa freshnian. <.,and with to help advertise State Road W R. G..R -MEMORIALS AND.. RESOLUTIONS, ___.u- 4 O.-U P .. Wort
cases against this'xperienc
23 in drive
plus 1 his, fine attitude a to pull traffic fromU. "
Levy and :Mrs. Cobell Stroud Elder has seen action in all of the :1490 K C PHONE GOt
the coaches tab Jiim as.an S. Highway 301 into the Mac- NEED TIRES FOR RENT-Unfurnished house,
which arose out of an accident Thoroughbreds' first ..' .STABKE,FLORIDA. ,
Urge 2
PLAN AHEAD! five con excellent: prospect' for the next clenny area. Get them now pay as you rids living room large bedrooms
on Nov. 26 at the intersection tests. As a second-stringer he Ask for. our easy budget terms dining room kitchen bath. 2 large
and three years.. He is another fine The drive is being spearheaded The Music.&: 'N w. Stationin Lacy Conway Sales and Servlc porches.* One block from Lawtey
/ .- of Temple avenue SR 16. has seen nearly aa much actionas .example jol, high school athletes Union .Pus Station Starke, Ffc.ticnf. poet office. Phone Lawtey 2811.
Levy is charged with driving the regulars,' since : ; by the Macclenny Lions Club, Starke' tfchgBaslaess

I Provide r for 1 Christmas while intoxicated, running a red State's coach Jim Murray who, because of size. fail to meet who''will also ,ask] the :'Macclenny .,.
,a, joyful Cullivan, is the eye of f college coaches dur- PLASTIC SEAT COVERS 'for all F. r'U.e. lad Pre,
light and causing an accident. noted for his use of City Council to assist in the. .MONDAY( TUBE. FRIDAY makes and model auto $%1.15 .ty <- Fret Opt LUtlacs
next year and shop with Mrs. Elder is charged with run reserves. ing the scholarship rush; but. for and up. Installation free atShlpberd's. Jakale. Raai.., fleareMatatlve
Joe who -is currently love of program. ', .- tfchg P. O. ..*..Of M Starke. FU.S .
tippingthe the college 6:00: Sign on and >News ; .
A 'flirt by i Joining red and : gameattend; .. '
purse ? ourMwCHRISTMAS'CLUB. ning a light causing an ; State Road 23 Joins U. S. 301 .L S. *. Mt Phase WU
accident. scales at 185 pounds, frequently and.-prove; theirivalue' the, hard :8:05-Starke, Wakes Up FOR S>LB 8 x 3 'tI Concrete HOfcart 8-2S31 fSEE1
received the ball when way by performance on the at Folkston Ga. and extends 7:00 First Edition ,(news) Block 18c each. FOE' yard. Mor- -
Steel and THE 'NEW RCA: COLOR.TV at
.You' will be pleasantly! surprised the Thoroughbreds, were faced field," Cullivan explained. southwest through St. George, 7:15 Starke'Wakes Up Jar Aluminum Mix. Cement.Windows. Also read? Shepherds. tfchg
> 3 Sentenced with dangerous defensive situa Ga., Macclenny -Lake Butler and 8:00: Sports mixed concrete. Pradford Engineering
The Murray
to see how It isto. coach said!! that Into Co.; Phone '4. tfcng WAITRESS WANTED Apply Inperson
easy tions. He. has been called upon Joe"is' 'the' second 'boy.from Gainesville. Tourists. using 8:05: Starke .Wakes. Up B ,.1.0: Truck Stoptfchg
.save' $25,00t $50.00 .or more than once to fill a slot ina Starke to make' this route would by-pass Starke. .9:00: News, &Betty Grey Show WE HAVE a. new loan.program for .

$ (00.00 Christmas. shopping In Circuit CourtContinued goal-line' defense when the ..go with the Thoroughbreds'a'good .showing; Glen The! Baker County' Boosters .10:00 Sweet Music Show &. farmers.'the entire Loans'credit of 1 to require 5 yearJfor FOR$99.95 SALE, 'Shepherd's.-Used Zl'lnch'TV'a. Radio. only and
ing to News (hourly)) : and his fam* .TVi tfcbg
next December. : was ,tough. Reddish, another ; plan place billboards in the ments of the farmer
iBradfprd star Gainesville Production
,12:15'Second Edition ( ) lly.
.Coach CulHvan Mes'.a brieht attended MSC' last season, 'but I north"city limits of Folkston ? Association '&!D North Main. FURNISHED APARTMENTS at re.duced .
future for urging! motorists to.shift. to 12:30: Sweet Music Show & Gainesville.;Fla. tfcfag monthly rates for' In.orwlthqne
the did ( SR coup
JOIN TODAY ( from Page 1)) former BHS not return. '
j .. 3 : All
News (hourly) ] | child.-; 'conven-
.' athlete and says:' Joe is small ,,.Wethought a lot'of\Reddiih, 23 instead of .conUnuing on Mon FOR SAL&-H--IB.-T: IS- ft.. sterf venh neeL Close In. W. H. Noll-
THE 2, driving it to Jacksonville where for .a college Uneman.but: .he has ;who"would" hive th'rpugh Hil aid., "Callahan. and 3:00": ; Jimmy' Dorsey; -culvert pipe .J1.25. ft. ALSO :'man, ,228. W.: Madison, 'St. Starke.
State he, turned himself in. : seen' .muchaction' Tues::, vNafKing-Cble; Wed., :Joni Building: lots for' sale la South : :, 1 tfcn*
Baldwin into
Community When he was arrested' he told stole the car.:because he' had he 'chosen: to-: 1' 'tum.m. .Starke.. The. sienswill'clainT James; 'ThurV;; JohnnyrRay"Fri.: ; Gate' Subdivision. Low down pay- '
"de1 ld d looking .forward l .,that ;SR.23'is; "the 'raent- Low monthly payments. HERE.: IS.* TRULY the gift for ,I
BankatStar1ce Sheriff P..D. Reddishthat he was.. to :- somewhere and there 'was' -the'day Ray Anthony. 0= BILLY JACKSON. -Phone 1$5. c/o lifetime r:: a gift that helps ''de
tired of loafing and indicated no other way to go." .when.I,can- make .,a 'personal l'trip: shortest'andbest: "route" to' Gainesville 3:15 Mon; Georgia Gibbs;' Tues" Central .Truck-Lines.tfchg veJo} the habit of success for

Member;'Federal'DepositIiisura'n.ce that he would just as soon be in ,He.was. noncommittal when the to., the high'' school: campus, of and"T mpa. Dqris 'Day} Wed.; ''Bobby- Dukoff;. school Book in and'career"the home create years. excitedjntercnt World.

,Corporation prison as out. ludjre 'asked. him if he was theseyboys" become :'betterat. 1hur.: .Lea :.Brown;. FrL,- "V ughD :WHEN IN NEED ,OP.: :encourage learning,. in

He told Judge.Patten that he togo to .jail.PS trying quainted: "Cullivan :said.What .. Local Guardsmen Mpnroe.'. I. ,. TOP SOIL spireconfidence.seen :.atrd: vfelt for. Benefits years to will come, be,

/ does Joe think of; college 3:30: Mon.Vic.Damone; 'Tues, Nothing else you might 'choose can

: ;I t l : : . : 'football? ': i Win Honors' Wtfc Billy .Butterfield: Wed., .Marty : :FILL: DIRT .. a.give da,.so'muchfor.. Give .this, .. hrstmas- only! 20.added cents

S ?--"It's-not 'too1 .different*,fmnl Rinrlt1'Le5'; .,:. BtOWn';!:Frt., : ltL PES meaning with a .family ,gift.of tbe
: : : high I school"he Kay'Starr. brilliant new World Book Encyclo

.. .. .. ."..' .- ... .. .. of-course, 'and more'-of'a says."Tougher job;, Top Rifle TeamThe 3:45: Mon., 'Thiee. Suns: Tues., : TRAttOlloWORK:. pedia.44J.W._ M.Starke.A. Payne' Itp Box ,603 phone 12/2U:

', '. : '. but it's still fun." ; Lena Hbrne;. Wed., Perez. Prado;; .
.. ,
.. Thur. Como .WalterSchumann. 'AND ELECTRTFY f.our'bId Treadle Sewing
I '0 Joe, "majoring" eng neering 748th Armored Ordnance Perry ; Fri.. . "; mactt'ifle- 'for 'only 118.50. In

at MSC. ,. Battalion, :of, which Co.' C of .' ] Light 'Bulldozing_. portable -case. $%4.50. Sewing Machine
Around: : Starke,and Co. B of Camp Bland- 400; Mon.,. The sa' Brewer; .Exchange,. KOv. N. Court. St.
'> .: : one describes, .Murray state :.when ing .are :.parts was :named the Tues.,' King 'Sisters; "Wed.:., Jo W. L. THIGPENjR. Stark- 3tp 1!/!O
UNLAWFUL r Harden .'stockily. built Army. Area 'winner' in the. Chief, Stafford-ThurA-Benny; 'Goodman. ; Et.J Box: 24&-D., Alton Bd.. FOR.SALE-1934 Plymouth 4 'door
: it takes, but,one ;'wordtough" Savoyj This is-really-a dandy lit.Uecai'wItb -
: T National ,Guard 'Bureau Battalion Fri; Pat'Bbone.* ,-' -. PRam: 297JSUrke ; :whtte.-.ld.e' wall tires
: ; It.is. thistoughness' '. -' ,Don Tues., . tinted' glasswindshieldwasher
: Rifle team matches held re ently. 4:15--Mon, Cherry; Fla., and
plus! his, football "savvy" that .Wei. only 35.000 miles,: The prior isonly
."I' CWO John C., Stephens ,of Co. Homer & Jerthro: Jerry.Lee. .
makes him $895 rwlth very easy' terms.If
,.. ,. brightest: one of'Murraylstate's: ; C' and WO Albert' Foster Co. Lewis;..'rh f.-.Hank.,'Snow; Fri.., OUR TEXTH! AHVITERIABT your,cr dlt is' good, buy with
freshman prospects B were' members" the team and June Christy. RADIOS REPAIRED Sloe 'down.. See BIHWiirarSST X.

: -forAny Person Persons to Engage in were second and third .highest .<::3QtlHoiC! Hi.Lq's; Tues..: Guy -teu.able All _ne.Gaf'CN-'-' All-'lIeb2.paraateet Walnut St. -. Itchg

or scorers respectively. .Caplo'"Jos Lombardo' ; Wed., ,Ted Heath; CDA. !. C. SHETHKBDU FOR SALE Cedar;Christmas Trees
W. Call 8t. Stark Pk. U9 SI and 1.50 each. Clipped Holly, in
Th'u'r.; Fri, Sarnm'yDavis
eph H Johnson.. a resident of Billy. Ward; full bloom."for Christmas' decora-
:. .. Camp Blanding and a' member:of Jr. 1%' PAID.ON RAVINGS' KEY.: tion. Etg. bunch, 50c. Juice Orange -
: Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless 2S the Battalion headquarters staff 445"Moh, Tito Puente; Tues:, STONE STATE BANK KEY .. $1 .bu.. .contalner.'Farm
: STONE HEIGHTS, FIJL .MEMBER 100 feet west of hard road. C. W.
was also( a ,member' of the 10 man Harry Belafonte'Wed.., Gale FDIC- Jenkins, Johnson, Fla. (Putnam

: teanL'Each Storm: Thur., Teddi King;. Fri.; County). .. : '
; : T.V. Sets
17 inch
i __ .. MlIBI1Iii member of the team will The Hilltoppers. FOR J49.95! SALE-Used' at Rhepher"'... tfrhgHKAL NEW-30 'Piece Set Stainless Steel

-; / Elvis Presley --Wed, Eddie- Fisher ESTATE retailed for IL$5. Will sell
'i:; In addition. to this honor ,the : I Per all 7eu Real Estate Need for SS.OO. CaU after I p.m.' 408 S.
Soil Conservation' Tjiur.\ Fri. Lea Redgrave Kf.
748th .Armored Ordnance Battalion ; Billy May; see Starke. %tp 12/13
Paul & ,Mary. 'Ford. . HAHRT C. ELROD, JR.
: '. : : i' ; was also awarded a "Certifi Starke Fla. FOR SALE 1915
p \ :> : :18 Tenple A'e. ; Liberty Trailer 45
::. t. ,. '1'. '. N-E-W-S 5:15'.Mon.. Joni James; Tues., Invitid ft. {. bedrooms air*
; \ : '::-,' cate .of Victory" as state winnerin _JOpem I.Utl K ) U..c. condition comPletfl -
..4 ,1." Buddy Morrow'Wed: Pattl Page; I r -. bath. Call ZU.W.. 1420, Pratt
.. the Chief National Guard Bureau
k ONEBEDROOM furnished apart St itch
: . By Bill Haas'SOU Battalion Team Matches: Thur; Gur'Mitchell;' -Fri. *, .Glen I ments for rent. Phone 165 W. T.
Tk Conservation. Sefrtce Gray. Jackson. tfchg FOR 8ALE- lce wooded lot on
: : \ :; Lake Bedford near Keystone Hgts.
; Read This Florida Law 5:30 Mon, 'Bobby, Dokoff; Tues., I I REPOSSED BLONDE Spinet: Piano. Cash 1700. Phone 296.R or write
The Bradford :'Soil, Censer ester, said he had some planting Anna Alberghetti; 'Wed.. Gordon Excellent condition. Gridley Music P. O. Drawer 791.;Starke. 4tchgPOtLTBir -
i ration District Supervisors had Jenkins "'Thur Dinah' Shore( FrL, Company Inc.; 10Z5 West University
,. 'dibbles if any'o would like to ; FR 2-1032 '
;; Avenue Telephone FARM
."It. shall be unlawful for any person or persons,. u defined itrtia, to their Annual ,Fish. Sup rat. the use them to plant their trees. Frank Sinatra. Gainesville Florida. '
700 kea ... ..
engage.in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein des Methodist Recreation; Center} last- Just contact your' Farm :Fo ester 5:45: ,'Mon, Mitch Miller; Tues, FOR .SALE?-Boys- 24-inch 'bike.' 20. .!.., practleally capacity.atw r Z f heel r e.?....-
night. Nelson Riddle;' Wed., MeGuire S. Glenn St.. faraUked ..... Paved
204 1
Thursday After A. Payne; hlckway
v < fined;'without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the' held -eating, or soil Conservation Service at Sisters; Thur. Sammy Kaye; Fri, : Itp _lie.Ire. City. Price .M.800.oo wIthzso.oo
they their regular meet .106' S., Thompson St. or phone '- $ 4 .wa. |M.m' per B.Btkbalaaec. cc
clerk of the circuit court of the 16:0OTliIrd
county where the principal place of business ing. Those attending: the 'meeting 152 Starke. Four Aces. 11.1. TYPEWRITERS l "

is with 'registration shall consist of with the : Edition! ,(news), 3 down Dollar A .Week.
filing clerk'aforesaid ,
',' n an af. .. were. foster Shi. Smith' Zedra Christmas gift for the entire 'ACRE4GE

t. v fidatit'signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of Hamilton, J. B. White,'Sara'Mc- C1au'Officer. 6:15 6:30.What-A.-Burger The) .S rvtce Show Show.. fainll .,Bradford County :Telegraph.. *.8 urn ftf ._. y.w.. ,...tl,

Garvey and Lloyd Green, .Supervisors I "' I FOR 'SALE-Cedar Trees for Christ. cleared ii.' mile fr... paved kUhway. -
all those interested in, the business enterprise, the extent of the In. _.. 7:55 News and Sign. Off.' mas. Inquire at Hampton Post i e.d graded 'r..d. Price 'l.-

*#>l tertst of each, and the fictitious,name under which said business is.carried, ; ;Dave George.Ventulett.Huggiris Bill l. Secretary H ; ...... .;..L.tfii Saturday 'Offlt'-. before 5 p.m. 2tchg I2/U K9M far ..wlck sal*. .
as < Same schedule as above except .
i .onSaid. registration. may not be made until the or desiring and Leon Carter Soil cOnservation -J: ; 10 -Acrefarm loCated 4 tmlltf trimStarke.
person persons S.4\ .1 to 6 p.m. Road Show. This baa .a site ..amallbeate. FLORIDA REALTY. CO..

..-.: to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or Service. ) '; )" Sunday iaelectricity. Proa.rtr..U. all eIertrIefp.p..O.a f*.*... It. OF'" STARKEI

,;: their intention to register said fictitious name at least once week for four 7:30Sign on. Religious pro mull .ro.'. aNd .wko l ratc.Ttal |(:>,. Wal....It. ,. TL M3Starkcj
Jack Parker used, the district"? grams'until 1 pjn."l'to,6'pJnrThe. arire ..1'.13813 with Ii pep nr1da ,

(4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county grain.. drill to 'plant.A'bruzzir Rye Sunday Show: ett'd.w'. ali......n.' '...dal. .,. paynests. "- FOB" 8 i.E-American made four

: 't' where saId registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be 'and 'Pensacoia Bahia." By, plant- ._; fr' 6:to ,8.pan.-Same. schedule :>Lsweekdays. pron.etf,4eqbJ..wra ,.barbed' ,.wire.
8ore&. _
: accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of i ing this combn!: tjon.- Parker. wfll. '. REGISTERED .BROKER saDla.' Keystone.Juana Cattle' Ra cb.'* Highway -

such publication. havegreen grazing this! winter 'FOR RENT -4 room unfurnished .lies_4M Ph..e 487JDICKEXS .t, Heightg..Yia. lip
: from'the and ". .
the .Bahia '
-. .. should be sh rye house *21'jiei'' mo.' .Phone' 481Y.. .. .' ;.'. .:, Mrsic LESSONS:
WiflUpifl :March
.'l'I .. 'Itchg .: I "
1 for his permanent' pasture.. 9 -'.;4ee.rdI.* "CWtarMarlHba

T If you are engaged in business under any name .I was. talking with Lester Kite FOR SALE- :Medium size circulating SEW. ITSED' iVlTVlleclaaer?": 'Vi> ... i .

the other day ,aibouV the'sweet. Norge" heater. Will sell BANK FIJfAJSCE ': Ia.straMcata, FaratekeiSt.
c' .
lupine he planted 'with the District tt for $25, worth much more. Call 'Pk.aeSOZ : .,.1* ,.- ..,.THVRIDLYS

other than your own, and have not had this name is the drill.beSt'clop He said'"I.I believe have ever this 409-R.. Itchg LAKE CITY FLA.One -"' '--- 11. .1: TbpIa. St.JtD t!'I7

FOR .SALE-rCocker Spaniel ..pup I .U --
grown.. We. had the moisture and ( FOR SALEim
I. guess that 500 pounds of pies ,3 mo. old. Very: reasonaUe. i Black Sow has been at my brook. 4 door. beater Plymouth clean and Crau-In
advertised and registered will he fertilizer I used Inquire 750 N. Church St..or'call place since Dec. C. Owner may rood condition. J450. Harland
properly we helped' too.: have by paying costs and adver- Sprow,, Bradford County High
1;, ._., .264 J.- 2tchg 12-20 tising. Frank Norman. Route -Z. SchooL" lip
The FPA Boys under the Starke. Fla. Itchg

supervision, (Wooct. and. Hutch-; FOR, SALE.. BY. OWNER-Love-- WANT Color Television for Christ FOB: SALE-Never naed crop dust

glad to give you all necessary Information as tot ings are planting :10' 'acres of : ly 2-bedroom furnishfd modern home', completely for mas.only Change$1.98.Call your set after to color 1. p.nt TV ,er.power*.Bracket take-oft.for use. 1250.86 with Jeep Four with
a teleyl- elwn.l9
Gator Rye. on the District Nursery even : at.408 S..Redgrave St. Itp plies ft. Ions" tires I!
sion and deep-freeze, and an all- tn. capacity, like new
The. wfll"be: for : mO.ee. Two '
rye grown well made<< sell-feed
"what should do.BRADFORD certified seed:. Sufiervisor_ .Zedra_ electric kitchen. Good frame FOR 1956 2/4 SALE ton CHEAP-Equity Ford pick-up in excellent in- ers seed will meal-bold Mound 8-.ton cotton.

t you : : Hamilton ft'nIM, the seed.. : ; house with ,fireplace, porches; < P-m. .condition.- Call 3tchg 113-J after 12/27,'I *lt mixture Santa ewh.. Juana$1$0.or."botb.or.'I7J.ueb
and carport Also'abuge. : barn on Cattle Ranch; faljnway :1

; I ,' '' ; This is a good .time to start -MichaeiJ. Pickering, son .of Mr. 10 ..acres. Ideal,for pony, farm FOR RENT-Three room unfurnished .. ,t01)c JdghtJ. VIal._ 0" KrUP_
apartment and bath. Redecorated
planting your'pine- and *:cedar and 'Mis; L. N. Pickering of cow-pasture: or chicken ranchJ. On inside. Nice for couple.: FOR \ENT-r-Two bedroom unfnrn-

COUNTY TELEGRAPH trees.:"We .have: .bid 'plenty'of.frost : Starkef has been elected vice president paved Highway '.18,- ,at edge_ of 155 N. .Walnut St. Mrs. A. F. Ished town. jbOflJgrge C : yard close 10
Sauls. CSS McMahone St., or phoneIKW. lF3U-.nu. UP
and the moisture.:.conditionfa ,of the 1961 graduating. class I Starke.' Price S.15,000. One-third : Itch

C-:1, ... -., .,_-._ -_" .. .. good. ; bf, tb* University of, Florida.,Collegier .. down;. -Phon or- Bee :Bover FOR 'hENT-.-Haua. ]a Hajdpton. 71
: I FOR RENT-Unfurnifthed hou c. rooms _n& balb; W.monUu Ff'
: -- Don. Champion, .Farm r)"or' of'Medicine; Ranch.v : itch: Phone-227-W or..... lip bottampto-"x itch

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STABKE.. ,.'FLORIDA. ,' FRIDAY. ,. DECEMBER 13, 1957 q... I

f................................................ ces, .Three members-of the class C. : ( -- -- 1
Logsdon ands Louis --- .
Kyle, The"operetta is with CHURCH .
complete NEWS
were Florida residents.... third A talk on stewardship was made For
place.Humphreys The W. P. Wilsons'
music, chorus Church'The
-l and
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS This is the a sparkling Community by Elbert Altman ,
consecutive followed Wit!:l William
Dupont ;Bridge Marion Wilson
: cast, .including the following ma- Circles of the Community practical Jr
that the Armylhas, .
year .invited Clubs suggestions as to
Have help
.; .Party characters born Wednesday, Nov. 27 in ,Orlando
jor :. Terry, JuliaWalker Church Women -
By Mrs J. Russell! Young Colonel Vogel to give, these lectures The combined will meetas, ing some worthy families in.need I l to Mrs wilson
,,and she'is :well equipped to meeting of the I ; Aunt: 'Rose: :Mary Ann follows: Circle Two, Mrs.. David at Christmas time. William M.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA& A AAAAAAAA..A Humphreys Gold and Dupont Schaeffer; :Miss Preston, Paulette Nelson, Chairman, will St. Williams and 'the late William M.
----------- do so, since she was the Director meet on Catholic r
Bridge Clubs was: in. the form of Tyre:;.'Nurse, Sylvia: ,Glisson Friday'.evening Dec 13' Wilson, and: .. Pamela Jean, born
; at The
Volunteer Firemen other items, paid for in "stage" of Physical Therapy activities the Society will meet i in. on bet4'in
a Christmas party held at. the Doctor, Danny' Dodd; Matron, home of Mrs. Frank Walrath I 'Orlando to Mr. and
Hold Christmas Dinner in the the ,Parish Hall on
money. Army during World Wednesdayevening ,
home Mrs. Leslie
of ; ; Wilson.
Mrs."R. N: Leona'Townsend Jr.
I Sunderlandon ; Photographer, Mrs. Francis Clark ,
Volunteer co-
Keystone Heights Recorded music furnished a War ILBirthday : Dec. 18, at 7:30 Mrs.
Firemen and their wives enjoyeda background and refreshmentswere Party Tuesday evening, Dec. 10. I Mike Fibster; Tina, Cynthia. 'hostess Other circles will meet James Donnelly, president, in Pvt.. William C McCrary, son

Christmas party on Saturday, served late in the For Kerry Shackleford Mrs. Herbert Nelson, was. co- Woods; Jack{ Jimmy Denny; I on Monday Dec. 16 'as follows: charge,, of Mr; andMrs.[ Wm C.. Mc

evening; Dec. 7, at the Ke '5toneReata.urant A [feature of the evening evening.was The hostess for the occasion The Edgar;; ..Frank' Harris: Charlie, Circle ,One at .2 p.m., with Mrs.J KeynotesMrs. Crary of Keystone. Heights, recentlY
Keystone Heights Woman's party rooms were decorated in Dickie; 'Martin Bill, .R. Cook; Circle' Three, 1 .graduated from the basic
A delicious buffet of the awarding of certificates for Club ._! t Gary Rid- p. m. F. E. Stitchberry spent
turkey, ham and all the holiday completion of the Fire College the .was the I setting!! for holiday colors'and gifts were aught; First SalesgirL Nancy :with .Mrs. E. W Dwyer;, Circle last week" 'in Jacksonville, visiting Army :Administration. ,course! at

"fixins" served in an attractive party on Saturday. afternoon, exchanged by, the guests. Sutton; Second .Salesgirl. Diane 4''with Miss Cleva Carson,. l'prn..; l er'son and Fort Leonard Wood! Mo. A 1948
'was Course
Training by 12 of the Dec, 7, family, W. C.
de honoring Miss Kerry. Turkey Shoot Saturday Brokasr: Salesman 'Elam Glis Rebecca Circle .with Mrs. Myron Young graduate of. Lee? High School inJacksonville
setting of holiday members. N. Watson : ;
corations. berg Fire Chief, presented these Shackieford Mrs. Donald, daughter W. of Mr. and I The Keystone'Heights Rotary son; Laurie;: Betsy Fendrick; Prevail at 8 p. m.:; and' the Mr.-' arid Mrs.. Charles 'Olive,, ; McCrary: also graduated
Shackieford. i Club is Suzy, :. Nightengale Circle with Mrs E. from the
Diane'Bgen Mother
holding a Edgars University ofWisconsin
Turkey Shooton | o Havre
After dinner, games were en- certificates to the wives of the White red, and silver ; A. de Gras; Md., were Keystone ,
Decorations : .Rushton
Saturday, ,Dec. 14, back 'Layon, .Payton Charles' at 8 p. m in! 1957 and'entered
ofPangborn's ;
adjoining Visitors: for. .. eevara1. 1 Have
and following
at the Firehouse : Tommy Millican R. N. ,
joyed i carried -- --- .
out.the Christmas! season First Baotisr.. .. ... --J- the
MotherRomessa Army in July of
recreation room, which Sunrterland, C. G. Denny, Cor- theme throughout the Highway 21. The ; Dodd; Tina'sMotherDorothyHill The last week.. that year.
had been decorated for the oc bet Terrell. J. S. Mulling, J. F. rooms. receipts from this event will go ; :' ; Tina,' Pat- First Baptist Church last Co!. and Mrs. David A. Nelson :Rob rt. W. Morgan, son of H.
The refreshment table, ..holdingthe toward the Club's service Waite'jQhn week observed the Week of L.
sy (football hero w Morgan Jr.
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casion. 'A "Monte Carlo ,evening Donnelly/ R. L. Hackman, Gene 'pro re sts\at a birthday dinnerhonoring earned secqnd -
for which "Stage" money was Williams, W, M. Beam N. W. birthday .cake ,was' festooned jects. Shoot "two birds": at"once, Stephen( ..)BrokasJohn's; Mother, Prayertheme, "For God So 'Mrs. J. Russell' Youngon academic:honors for. the past
with garlands of red andsilver.I Loved 'the "
help a worthwhile Darlehefcampbell World. Mrs.
'project and ; Frantic Woman Ernest month' at
provided, furnished entertainment \Hardenberg. R. D. Cunningham, '- evening Dee 5
I The cake, iced inwhitewas, topped get your Christmas Joyce'vVVarden Davis' served as Prayer Chairman
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turkey CustomersrPhyllfs
for the 19 couples who enjoyed K. C. Firestone This was the .' Enjoying the party at. the Sor according to an announcement
fifth with red roses:; -and five redrandle9. ,. Humphrey Gold Family .. Massa and Mike Groups met 'at the church rento Restaurant in by" the
the affair. After playing course completed by :Mr. Starke were superintendent
I ) Refreshments' _ofcake, I Christmas Parties Sawyer; each morning during the week' Rev. and '
the various ,the high winners Firestone.Mr. r Mrs. Young, Mr. and
ice' cream. and punch... were. served Highlands and The'r cast at 10 a.. m., except Wednesday, Mrs
will Charles
articles TrailBidge includeall T. Smith and the Pvt. Myron CU Prevatt Jr.
bid for various Hardenberg and Mr. Beam when ,ofKe'stpne
the .received the
and guests .: red Plants will hold Christmas thechildrenand this promisesto Girl's Auxiliary took Nelsons.
Which were auctioned, including were in charge of the dinner and and par- Heights was recently
glassware, dishes,, cutlery, and refreshments and Herbert Nelson green horns/balloons ThV'giiesf and ties for the families of their, personnel be a real production, deserv- Those charge of the1 evening program Those enjoying the presenta-- assigned. Ip the 3rd Inf. Div.,
candy canes. ,of honor on taking part during the tion'of.Hahd ,
and R. N. Sunderland were in : .Saturday afternoon Messiah in Gainesville Fort Benning Ga., where he will
was showered with. many' lovely Dec. 14. Santa Claus will be p: T...A-. Meeting.Postpphment week were Mrs. Ted Oglesby, 6n Sunday :
charge of entertainment. C. G. pre evening, Dec. military training and
I FOR DEPENDABLE'lTermite I Denny, president, presided and Thirty-four gifts in honor oPher birthday. sent distribute' his gifts td the t of the -PTA-.- Mrs.., Parker. Gene Dykes Mrs. CharlesT. 8 "were fla ,number of ;Keystone accompany the "Mame" Divi-

gave a short after-dinner talk. young'guestswere. children.Operetta. .. meetingwhich would ordinarily and" Mrs. Davis. residents, including Col. and Mrs. sion to' Germany next a pring

('.nlon1'oJt'f'1 Returns invited. I ,Set For:, Dec. .:.)9' be on Thursday night, Dec.. 17, in The,Baptist men held a supper D. A. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs JJ: This! division is a new type of
Control the
Colonel Emma E. Vogel wasa I Assisting Mrs.-Shaekleford in An operetta, 'entitled .'"Terry'sChristmas" was recommended by the Executive the Church Educational Building of Russell) Young, Mrs R L. Watkins Army Combat Force- designed

caring for the. guests'were Mrs. i will be ..... on Tuesday night. Mrs.
recent visitor at Fort Sam presented' by Board the operetta performance Herbert Williams, figh{ and survive on the at-
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Household ft; CommercW Funderburice: ,' Mrs. Fred the Keystone Heights Elemen- own cooking and Col. Emma
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on Thursday Vogel Louis battlefield.
Houston ,(tsan Antonio, Texas, Ellis 9ecf 19, to serving, and It will assumed
Pest Control Mrs. Sloat'and Mrs. Charles tary School in the reports are that a Kyle, Mrs. Marshal
City.Park take Gamble North
where she delivered a series of l on the piste,of the usual meeting good job was done an Atlantic Treaty Organization l-
Hulen.. V, Thursday, Dec. 19. by Chairman Mrs. H. C. McMasters.
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lectures on the History of Phy '. M. L. responsibilities in
Grove Spraying > l Beasley his assistants:
Mrs G. P. Shackieford of ayti : ', Granddaughter and Grandson the American'zone
sical Therapists in .the Army ,. .. of Germany.
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Call FB. 6-6055 The lectures were given before grandmother of' the 'f .I
honoree, was J
an incoming class of Physical present., ? < '
Florida Pest Control l Therapist officers at the Army Duplicate Bridge Club : -. ';. :' >. :' ; : "
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& Chemical Co. Medical Service School. Membersof i ; .. .. ,7 : ,_,: ,
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the class are college graduates' chosen Woman's'for; ,b'the, in'. Melrosewas .:.,,:.", {. ';; ..... ....._ ., "" 'i. 'i "', r -,:', ..< .... _
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day night Dec. 24. Church News nerd ayThe, I Can:Circ le -meets I
St-JWwardj Church :LqtJurjn: cci paper for date and, time of next
The message by the sponsor s each Saturday night, Sister
Moriah Methodist i
122. E. Washington St meeting E.. Givens, Reporter.
last ,Sunday night! was ,entitted l ,"$t. F dward's. ..Starke: .Sunday; Church H A. Blount pastor, ,held Gladys Blye, reporter.
; "Stars and Moon" and was in :itas\ 0:30.a.m.Hglyday: ,Masses, Regular services will -be heldevery regular --services starting with ? .Be.thleheem Freewill,: ,Baptist 'New 'Bethel Baptist, ,ChurehRev. ,
&CIDCHIEIS keeping with the times when 6:30 and .8:30 a. ,m., _Catechism ,Sunday: ;.Afternoon, jit ;::30oclock Sunday School at 10 .a. 'm., conducted will Church hold Rev.Women's L. 'McKay Day all pastor day A. Vinson pastor, held regular -

science is tryiny to penetrate the Class for children ,every Saturday ; Sunday School and Confirmation by the Supt._ The 11 a. service on Sunday starting

heavens and reach these heavenly 9:30. a. m. classes:: at 3 oclock.The m. 'worship service: 'was cpnduct; choirs Sunday.and Special visitors.speakers from, ,Starke guest, with Sunday School at 10s.Mn.The .
.. bodjejs. St. William's, ,Keystone Bey. Myron!G. Mader: ,,.pas- ed ,by ,the,pastor! The, spirit was Green Cove Springs and White morning message was delivered -
Presbyterjan Church Heights (follow Hiway 21 south tor of-The First Lutheran.Church }high an day. Evening' service by the, pastor;'Guests included
Springs will be in attendance.
IVlelhodist,Church [ First Christian.ChurchMorning to'St. William, .sign Sunday :Mass of ,Ocala, will conduct the started,at: 6:30: p., m.; Communion. Sunday. School will begin at' 9:45: Rev. Perry, Lt. W. J. I

Friday Adult ,Choir practice 8:15: aon,, Holyday ,,Mass,. 7:30 .services. w is given by the.pastor. We 'are McFadden of Us Army, and
5:15: Church School l for allages' 11 All borne with guest superintendent in
worship a.m. a,m. .Confessions before: all Mass persons witnout a proud to have our former pastor :Missionary Willis and her daugh
'Sp. m.Sunday ,Rev...J. ;E. .Sherwood, ,pastor es. church ,are' invited to ,Attend. charge. At 3 p. m. the womenof
Church ,School for .. tack with"-us,' who is also reisponsible ter. Practice for Christmas program ,
,Sunday, .10..a.m. Antioch and the ,First Born
JlpO Morning ,Worship.
jail ages, 9:45: ; Morning Worship Youth Churcn, 7 .f REVIVALA for our new building. Churchill will be held each day next
,,6:15: -'_Dine.A- lite" for the ,p.m. NORTH SIDE have charge of the
I'Service, 11 a. m.; Youth Fellow- Wednesday Prayer Meeting. ,. BAPTIST CHIJKCH '" We feel that this will be a .banner program. The address will be week starting at 5:30.: Sisters 11
JL. y. F. ,
revival will be,conducted at Chandler and Pauline -
7:30 in ,church
ships, 6 p. m.; Evening Worship : p.m.Adult year our history. given; by Sister Shell. During the
6 45 Worship .and Business, Service, 7:30: p. m.. Choir practice 6:15:; p.m. Sunday School. 10'a. m. ,Morn- the! Pentecostal Holiness 5\.Church, We are asking:all, members torally evening Sister Artie V. Collins Marshall are' in charge, of t
meetings for- Senior .and Intermediate beginning OIl Dec. 1, at '
: ing Worship, 11 \ to. services and to Parents are asked ito
I. Wednesday. m. Training all .do wife of Rev. Collins and teacherat the program.
i ,II. Y. ,F. Tuseday Women, of the 1,45::: p.m. and continuing every
7$0; Evening Worship.A Church Christmas! Party, 8 p. Ladies Council 1st and 3rd Union, 6:30: p. m. Evenlrig.Woz-; night for three weeks. their ,full duty. Let us look to Lake Butler will be, in charge send the children to practice ,
Tuesday nights.Everybody ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting the first ,quarterly! conference on of the so that they may get home before
nursery! is provided for preschool m.; Conducting tne services will l be program. The"general
age children for 'both Thursday Junior: Choir prac- welcome to each Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Everyone John Chiasson of Canada 'andFrank the ,fifth Sunday, Dec. 29. Rev. public is invited to attend. Don'tforget dark. The Christmas tree I

,morning services. ,tice, 3:30: p. m. service. 1elcome.E..;C.- Harvey..,pastor. Church of Jacksonville. E. M.' Humphrey, our new District ,practice for the Christmas and program for all scholars will

The ,Horning : is Supt.,.,will deliver the mes- program. All children are asked be held on Christmas eve nightat
broadcast over! Station WRGR, At The Tabernacle St. '.Episcopal BRQOKEK BAPTIST ,CHURCH HIWAY ,CHAPEL sage ,He is a dynamic ..speaker to meet at the church further 7 p. m. 'Sister Marion Dell is t tour

every ,Sunday morning? from I . .. Rev. C. Bruce Stalling, pastor ,ASSEMBLY tOF ,GQDG -for God. The ,general public is[announcement will be made Sun-I treasurer for ,the Christmas

,11:30;: ,til ,noon.<; Plans are underway; for the Ber. Kaymouit. MacBlabt'I Sunday:School, 10 a. m.; morning :W, ,OsbQ(9eL,.Pastor invited to,hear ,him. Let this, be day. Prayer meeting each WedMadison gifts. Joan Jenkins, reporter.T&itpt )

You _are cordially invited, toattend Gospel Tabernacle Christmas Sunday .Services-9!!::45 a.m.,I worship, 11 a.. in.; training Sunday ,School, 10 'a. m. Morn- your ,holiday treat. .Bro., 'W. T, .... -- S
all services. program to be presented ,Tues'I" Church School; 11:00: a.m.- Morning -!I onion 7 pi: m.; evening, worship- ing Worship 11ta. ,m." Evangelistic Holland, reporter.
and Sermon.-
Prayer 8 p. m. (Service, -7:45 p. m."Thursdayweekly Allen, Chapel A. M. E. Church, :
-- -; Holy Communion-First Sun. 'Wednesday-Hour of Prayer, prayer service. Invita- Rev. L., A4 ,Sampson, I pastor. Street Baptist ChurchPresently

ALVAREZ'Established hing .''II day 11:00:. a.m.; Third: Sunday? 8p.m. tion extended to everyone. Sunday Is. regular pastorial, day.'1 "

t _. l 1894 7:30: a.m.Wednesday All ,members ,are asked to see ( Meeting Washington and Grand Sts.)
'. -7:00 ,p.m., Choir SEVENltf DAY ,FAITH ,BAPTIST ..CHURCHLawtey their leaders And '

I .w Bible Practice: ; 'i::45 p.m., Litany' and ADVENTIST,CHURCH. : tor's salary. :Sunday pay school your, pas-will Good Singing Forceful: Preaching
.-t Study. i A. F.
-- Services each ,Sabbath in the begin at 10 a. ,m. with Supt ,
Other !
: meetings and services, by .Bible chool. 10 a. m. EACH .
announcement. home of S. N. Brown,across.from IreneThomas in charge. Morning
FIRST .Preaching, .11 ,a. ,m.
BAPTIST ,CHURCH service. 11 ,
Bethel Baptist Church east of a. nw evening worship -
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m I .Bible.Evening: } .Service:and, ,,,7:30 p. m. ,- 6 p. .m.-Crusades :for Christ Sunday School ___________-:.__:._ 9:45: A.M.

STARKE- FLORIDA CHURCH' Bible Study each Wednesday, 7:30, Study p m., \Yednejday.Radio Prayer.Meeting has been organized- by Sisters I Morning. Worship _______-__-----11:00 AJU.
Sunday School ::10 a. m.; MornIng 7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor.ruR program 8 Givens and Pellum., Watch this
to .8:30: a.
REV. LEWIS D.,HAJNES, Pastor Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange- m. each Sunday over station. Training Union _____ ____:...Li.Li____ 6:15 P.M.

.! listic services, 7:30 p. m. PARK BAPTIST;CHURCH WRGR; Starke": Evening :Worship __________________ 7:30 P.M.
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:30 P.M.:
I 7:30 ,m.' Sunday School 9:45: !a. m.; Morning Prayer Services &,Business Meeting, Wed. ;
Phones. OfficP234-Pastoriuln r __ '130. p. Worship 11 .a, .me Training. CHURCH OF CHRIST. -

---' KING5Lrf': LAKE Union 6:45: p. nv Evening Worship C. L. Overturf Jr. Minister Visitor, Neighbor i Friend Let ,This Be A Cordial In-
8111'dy Sermons: 11:00: A.M. 8:00 P.M. MISSIOYARY BAPTIST -7:30 p. m. 'Midweek Prayer Sunday Sunday School;- 10 vitation'lTVorshJpn'Starke's? Youngest -Church:

SundaySchool 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Sunday ool 9:45: a.m. Morn Service Wednesday' 1:30p, m. a. m., morning service, 11 a. m., I
ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Everyone welcome. evening service, 6:30: p. m. Nursery open for all services Room for all.
Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. I UQPID.OR TABLETS
Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting: Wednesday Bible study, 7:30
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over' WDVH a* each welcome.-Rev.Wednesday 7:30: H.p.m.H. Everyone Mott- BAPTIST CHURCH p. m. GIVES SUKtfftEUEF. REV., JACK- H. MABRY, 'JR.:, PastorP. ,

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. pastor. Sunday. .School 1Q a. m. Preaching CHURCH OF GOD I ros........aTQP'ceLDs ,T. .NOUN, Supt.$ Sunday School

11.a. /Training 'Union,6:30: .
'" GRAJIA.11BAPTIST Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning I ., ..
CHURCH p. m.preaching-Jtfej ..,m. Prayer Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday 1,,
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. -
Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning Evening Service. 7:45: p. m. YPE

Worship 11 a m. Training HAMPTON Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m

Union, 6:30: p. m. Jjpvening ,Worship CHRISTIAN i, (CHURCH, Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. mLA
7:30 p. m.- 'Rev W. O. Wit? .
HUNDREDS Collins, Sr., pastor. i \Christian Endeavor!, Frtdayy7:30: Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn t.
p. m. Bible Study Wednesday, ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service CHRISTMAS SEASON
HIGHLANDBAPTIST 7:30: p. m. Sunday Morning Wor- Saturday. 7:30: p. m' '
of <<\details are managed and economically CHURCH ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, n

t attended that only a trained and Sunday School S:45: a. m. 7:30: p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST .:fe careful organization can attend'when Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and I' .3. r. '
the urgent need for serving is at 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each HEILBRONX MISSIONARY; ,, (presently meeting In City Hall)
Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m., :
hand. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. BAPTIST CHURCH .
\ worship 11 a. m.EveningYoung.
George Chism pastor. Everybody
welcome. Sunday School-, 10 a. m. Morning people's Bible
Worship, 11 a. m. Evening g study, 7; preaching 7:30.

Worship, 7:30 p. .m. 'TrainingUnion WednesdaY-Bible study, 7:30p.
C. JONESPhone .. i ..
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Sundays) 6:30: p; m.'MidWeek m. s-

-- .7 Starke., Flit Services each Sunday In old Prayer Meeting; Wednesday ,Radio Program Station THE NEW,

Funeral). ..Director Ambulance Service Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday 7:30: p.m. WRGR Monday, 6:3.0: a. m. --

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errieM aot ctherwio available.We come. OF INTEREST TO COLORED ,.. '

furaub the highest type service ,at lowest price, and BAPTIST CHURCH 'Ozora J. Shell :
rapt ANT life Insurance policy In force, toned by ANT Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship -
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Oonialtfttion earrle no ebllf&t1aD. ...;e, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting east I Eastern Stars friends are invited to attend. I
Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
I The Dell Chapter of the"'Eastern Mrs.: Louiza Brown, president; ,this exciting new electric L .; L 1. >:

Star was organized on, Wed Mrs. S. C. Price principal; Mrs. appliance. Perfect for all the = = J J '

i nesday, Nov 27; at the, Masonic I Ruby M. Albert, reporter. ,, .. I
? family, the Smith-Corona Electric w. L J ,
; Hall on Brownlee Street' The : Carnation Social Saving
.tT-T Worthy Matron is Mrs. Janie S.; : Christmas Saving meeting typewriter.

)' 4 I Mitchell; Worthy' Patton- Rev. I will be held<. at the home_ of
' ; Damon ,Dell in whose honor the Mrs. Berniece Morris in Stark $197.50 pIus.tax

FINANCE chapter was named. .Other of- on Highway 301. It will not be ;

ficers include: Sisters M.. L. Paul, necessary to. ask all members to ', ,
treasurer; Ozora Shell, secre- attend because they know that Low Down Payment and Terms To Suit Your Convenience .

IO tary; associate matron Sister I Santa Claus is coming to that -

\ COMPANYOPENS Annie/ Wright; other officersare house. Please have your stock CORONA
: Sisters :Mable Bryant, Sarah ings ready. Mrs. Corean McNeil I

Morris Hawkins, ,Ella Raynelle,Lumpkins, English Eloise president. R. B. Cohen, reporter. Skywriter Clipper Sterling Silent Super j

.1 I ITS ,Bertis Sallie Williams Robinson,, Tillie Leola M.Morris Riley Christmas The annual Program, Christmas program 74,50 .99,50 114.50 134,50 '

of the elementary depart
and Laura Mae Collins Bro. Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus TAX Plus Tax
ment of RJE vill be held Thursday

sentinel.Cleveland Other Collins applicants is the chapter include Dec.19'at 8 p. m. in the -U No Down Payment -_One Dollar/ Per Week .-.

cafetorium of the school. Mrs.
NEW Sister Wilhelmena Brooks, Bros. I
: M. L. Paul, Coordinator, is in I
Roosevelt Dell, Jr. and Elmer (
charge. Special carols, recita-
Shell. The be
next will
tions, skits and playlets will be
held at 'the Masonic hall
AT on presented by the teachers in this
Thursday, Dec.19. All membersare department. All parents are asked Sensational Offer! :
asked to be present at 7
p. to attend this which
144 WEST program
CALL ,STREET STARKE m. Meetings are'.scheduled to /
promises to be very entertaining. ibuJ.The !
(ACROSS FROM OLENS DEPT. STORE) last one hour. There is no admission charge.

Thurston School News' Free to all. According to Eddie .'. New 1957
The last regular ,PTA meetingfor Thompkins principal the holi 1 -

LOANS TO $600.00 this ,year will be held at the day vacation will start at 3:30: a week buys the new SMITHCORONAPACEMAKER
: school on Monday night. Dec. Friday, pee. 20, and will end :r- r

16. at 7 .pjn.; Christmas music on Jan. 5. ,All students are expected R.ncl1U -
will be one of the ,features of ,to report .to:school before ,t ;Remington. .

CONFIDENTIAL FAST SERVICE this 'meeting. All parents and 8:30'a.. m. MondayJan.. 6. '-! "- ,
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.we .realize it. way we like turkey ..hash.-I-cut soon as..possible for delivery .be- Harley. Mr&. Mattie Miley who a joint birthday dinner for Mrs.j f day for a visit withfr.. and

: Our lives are quiet serene,and upin easy: serving pieces scrapsof fore Christmas, she said. Pack-,,is a, registered nurse, at St. Levy Griffis, David JoHns 'and ] Mrs. Lonnie Roberts. }

peaceful Of evenings now I have' turkey meat .and add the
resumed reading ,Aloud .the Bible.' luffing. I put Ali. in an iron .mailed.by'parcel post through the sister at this tim Griffis home at Raiford on Sun and family were Sunday (d'nneV:

::1 have finished the. Old Testa-, 'Ftkillet. add a little water, put .on .Hampton postoffice: All packages, Mrs. Georgia ''Ann Sapp hat? day. guests of Mr. and Mrs. E r C.

I l rnent and -am on Matthew, the ..a lid and steam. Jf you like, just, should be' wrapped ,securely, ,and as': Thursday visitors her grandson ; Mrs. Dot Reid and family of Johns and Ronald .Kimbr U.

. 21st chapter. When we do not before serving add a chopped I the address .and return address I Pete Burney and Jim Murphy Jacksonville spent Saturday with, Jack Reynolds; and George Ma.

1 kMfb :\itave .a body down in the chapel. boiled egg. 'writlen plainly on both the inside -t;I of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkersonand lone spent the weekend huntingin

; we sit and listen to the radio. So this, brings us to another and .outside.of, the padtage.., Buster Bennett of Titusville, family. the scrub.
after .supper,.-and I work on .jnyn fbanksgiving: and Christmas Jr. Dept: Party Tonight spent the, weekend with his wife j Mrs. Viola. McCauley and fam- :Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee and

. AVhereln the busy days pass me and be with me. ,I am much +w ,applique quilt, blocks! :Until Holidays. Last week 'we had .a Members' .'of. 'the Junior Department and, son. I;illy and George Mosley and sons family were Sunday guests of

.swiftly. I make an invoice ofPfe.L older .now and happier for I have after. eight. Then .I turn off the' funeral in, our new chapel. ,I I of both' the Sunday :Mr. and' Mrs. 'Ray'Dorman and' were in Middleburg on. Sundayto Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Peterson'in

1d all ,my bles..ngs. I say Jearned that God wills it so and radio; and re.a.d: aloud until 830. played .the', music and- sang two i School and' Training: Union of sons of Jacksonville were weekend see. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Arlington.Mrs .

4 Prayer for many people. has been a part of,my education T ien I .go-to bed and read' until- .&!ngs. I have been here so long Hampton Baptist Church will. guests of Mr; and Mrs. Padgett. Jeanette 'Vondohlan and

.Thpnk God every. morning I have grown in Grace and feel *n gets tired of reading: in the, now that it hardly seema I have meet',for their .Christmas party Bryant Reddish. Mrs. Marion Marrs are visitingMrs.
'- The 1... P. ,Rafuses and Mrs.
when. you get up that you have guided by the Holy Spirit. Yes, ']'Jfying room, comes to take my.. .had any other ,life"-but this ser! at the church tonight, Friday! Jesse Smith of Starke is visit = and visited Sam Hicks and Mr. and
Carter family
jfcomething' to do that must be it is true. ;glasses and book away, then I vice for sorrowing people. I am ing' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bennettand -Mattie Mrs. Glenn Shuford. ''
Dec. 13 at 7
\ done:whether you like it or not.Being 1 i It is snowing softly ouWde.I am soon fast asleep. I ,do not happy and feel God prepared me p. m. daughters. the Frank Carter baby in Bradford Those attending' the Don

,forced to work, and do The first snowfall we had of the awaken until about four, then I many years for just this jobI "Teachers .cooperating for the Mrs. Thema ''Harris of Starke County Hospital- ,on Sunday Brandeis-Dick "Milham revival at

your bit, will breed in you I It is so ,pretty and white. I get up quietly, and feel my"way hope that all of ,you. had a 'joint party include Mrs. J.. W. attended services" at First Baptist afternoon. St. Johns Park Baptist Churchin
I year. Hides 'L.
temperance, self-control, diligence in \\the dark hall untilI: reach the Thankful, Thanksgiving: and Home, Mrs. Charks: C. Church on Sunday and waS Mr. and >Mrs. _Landon Griffin Jacksonville during the ,weekend -

,{Strength of ,will, content : There is no sound save the sighing -I door to the living room. (There .)have escaped the flu., I had my Cooper; 1 and -. trs. ,Marvin Faile. the dinner guest of Mr. and .of Jacksonville spent Sunday were Rev. and Mrs.. Edgar

and a hundred other virtues of the wind about the tall i I torn on the light, and.read fray flu- shot yesterday. I hope Jt .Personals Mrs. Arthur Pearce. with Mr. and Mr. Levin Griffis Wilkinson of Starke. and Miss

which the' idle never know.- Mortuary. I am alone with Dig :' Dairy Devotionals and Bible rand keeps me well.so 1 can come. 'Mr. .and. 'Mrs. 'M. L. Walter- Mrs. H. C. Harley and sister and the Bob Wheelers.Mr. : Elizabeth Terry and, Mrs. Joyce

Charier: Kingsley.I ger my dog. Don went to Sioux 'aiv ;'ta'' prayer. Digger dog'.usually home safely from ,Lincoln. son .-and Dorothy Eiland spent in-law, Mrs. Freeman Starling, .and Mrs. Theodore Crews Futeh of Lawtey. i .

so Tnuch.: like the above say City to get a new water tank follows me' and gets I upbeside God-bless you every one., Sunday at Fernandina 'Beach visited 'Mr. and Mrs. .Buddy and family' visited' Mrs. Babe Mrs. P. L. Dinkins spent

ing by Charles Kingsley. It hasmostliowtalnly i, for our heater. The old one me \on the davenport?to.immedi- LOVE LURA with:"J& land *Mrs. "Peter 'Boils Starling at the home of Mr. and. 'Crews,at the home
: .b true in l ak. He also took my fttpv' to -sleep. }laWhen! 1I They also: visited Fort .Clinch Jacksonville Sun
el1. my I sprang a ? go __ ____ Mrs. Ralph Higginbotham In Hamphill in on her daughter. Miss AdeJ} Dinkins.'Mr. .
life. So much of work all have new side bow. back'to .bed n in the his
my glasses to one '.I feel ,jl'want to. Igo, tVvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy1IM. 'and: places" of' interest Bryeeville last week. "Mrs. Starling and Mrs. I Horace.. Cox."of

down..t.1)fgl1.\.\ .years has been put in..It just suddenly gave a- and I lie thre to giggle ,quietlyto torical city.Atteidfng. has been quite ill.. day.Troy Bennett and grandson, Jacksonville who are staying at
difficplj, rcR nd .1, ,had a certain ;I'way. I am baking bread. I mean, mvselfand .. ray, some (more. PTONp : ordination' .services Mr.: and Mrs. Jimmy Sheetz, Wayne, of Titusville, spent the Santa Fe Lake, were Sunday
fear fldreadofeach\ new day my bread is rising, And I have .Ye;. life.is so :good and precious. for'' Tony Gonzalez at 'Peniel weekend with Mrs. Bennett and
and Miss Sandra Bell of Jack. Mrs.
on thej j job.I.had to,,face I found i been addressing Christmas cards. 'This weekend am planning ... Ic ......' ..... Church* near Palatka last Sunday evening supper guests. ef
I' Hy .Mix D. E. HOI. sonville were Sunday -guests of Gary. Cox's parents, Mr. and !Mrs. P.
|In prayer, and the Time passes so swiftly and send to po .enSunday to Lincoln ,on a 'afternoon from 'Hampton 'were Mr. and Mrs. K: P. Sheetz '.and Mr. and ilvs.: Ed May who have L. Dinkins. ,,,4
knoe4&e. ,thatod would llelI! ing time will be upon us beforeThar the. bus.. I*will stay at.a .hotel &4AAk&AA&ALAA&4AA1&AA .' Mrs. :Ola' M. 'Perkins, 'Rev and(:daughters.Mrs.' been living 'in New. Smyrna for
where I ,have reservations.- Sun.da'v .- -. Morgan Tells Band Plans Mrs.:tMarvn ''Faile, C.- L. Cooperand I Mary Reddish.' Miss Elizabeth some time are. moving back to CARD.OF THANKS *"

;. nieht., I will #o early .Mondayto. To Hampton PTA :Group 1 son Donald. Terry, ,and -}{rs. Joyce their home here ,this weel;.
Our Business 'Mrs! Louise Manier We wish to thank our friends
the Capitol building.so returnedto
as :Harmon P. Morgan, Bradford I Futch were in Palatka on-'Sun; Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hig gin-
to rbe. ready ,to take .an exam at h r'h ine Friday after a two and neighbors for the many kind
botham and daughter of ,Max-
I' If It's Glass We Have It! County superintendent of day .afternoon for the ordination
9 './) lock ta get. my funeral dU .weeks visit in '!Bartow, and other Starling nesses shown us after the losa of
yule visited Mrs. Nathan
schools discussed the [
CALL WRITE or VISIT proposed services of Tony Gonzalez. Tony
rector's license.. .1 will return on points:: 'Visited our home by fire. Without your
county bond program at Hampton plans to enter Bible\ .-College, in on Saturday. They all
p, Tuesday, no doubt Ihave been ';}'fi'JJ. Mamie Meade became help it would have been impos-
is in
PTA meeting Nathan .who a patient
Elementary Kingsport, Tenn. in the near
Joe Peters Glass Co tJII'JYi.and .workjne all these very ill at her ,home here last sIble for us to have carried on.
the School auditorium on Tuesday future. Allot his 'Lawjeyfriends Doctors Hospital, in the after
years. andshould! :he able to.pass .evening Dec. 3. weekend, and her 'daughter, :Mrs.' noon. ,We thank, you Irenv''the 'bQ tom
wish welL
FOR ANY GLASS NEED iteasiyJshall i do my.very ,be.st. the Porothy :Skinner of Cocoa took him Bill Pendarvis has been dismissed of our hearts.-Mr. and Mr*..
< Repairs and renovation "of Mr. and Mrs. O.T.: -Anders I
We Design Modern Store Fronts Made eight,aprons for .Christ herto .Cocoa with her Saturday Foster Hayesv
from an ,Augusta Hospital ,
u- gifts and have other sifts I H.ampton'school, ..to the amount! visited. Mr. .and Mrs "Dan Par-
Just Mail Us A Pattern for night. '
.x and is at home with his
ordered. I will do some shopping of $20.000 is" included in 'the rish in MaxviUe.on Sunday, after- i WANTED Clean Cotton Rags,
Table -Visiting with }!rs. ,Florrie
lops at 'Lincoln, I hope. $450.000proposed. bond, issue.,. noon..'Mr.; AndeorsRev..: 'JSwetz. family.Mr. I No Pants, No Shirts, Most fiaClean.
13r3 N.W 4th PL Fla. Phone FR. 24353 '" rBelJe.Browji Mrs. Bit ',this and 'Mrs. Brad Norton .
: ,These are to. inclu.de _renovating Fred Moore,Mr. and, Mr..James Bradford County Tele
.HELPFUL HINTS. When thifelt .
weekare: :Mr, and Mrs. Jessie j
the Waters and. Arthur, Pearce ..at and family returned recently
and existing building by painting .. :
.lettering uniforms. :
on Nimaao of Miami. Mr.'Nimmo 'isthe
from .a visit with Mr. and Mrs.Norton' .
wiring and plumbing.worki. enlarging : tended services at ..the Baptist
jackets becomes ll iarkand< discolored .
.eon of John Nimmo,' a mail
-- ; whiten it by b.ruf\hin and .improving. the ,site,; here-Jor Church there at ,which time,-Os- parents in Tampa. graph.WEAK
$ -- many Years. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond: Williams -
over lightly with white shoe< and purchasing, : additional necessary Mr. "and-Mrs. Childs- -of Starke car Harris wdained: .as a of Jacksonvillespenl the

polish.'1fI ke bass: of,outing flannel equipment: deacon.
moved ,Hamptonlast weekend, Wt'ek..d.with. Mr/ .and Mrs. Ed from.after-effe t$.ofCOLD&FIIJ
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkinson ,
to fit table leaves loosely. Mr. Morgan .cited reasons, fora tor the; '.house next ,door .to the
A1i7APUSROO1 Durham and
f Make a: sturdy loop at the top .special re-registration. of freeholders -and ,sons -of ..Jacks>m111e family.
-George Saxonsoi 'the ,i main Recent guests of the Hubert
to hang on a peg in the'back of for, the head ,election,, .'M' were Sunday dinner guests of .
street ; -and Mrs. Childs are''the"
GIRLS AND BOYS the cJOSf't.Vhf'n' Raping the Bennett WiIkisoqs",Mrs. Wil- Priests were P. H. Day of Cedar
\\f& popcorn saying that 51 percent .of, thregjs.tered $
parents of Arnold '
H. Childs
; Key .and Mr. *nd Mrs. Ernest' VIRUSES; ORE
balls slip plastic bags over. :.freeholders needed 'te kison returned, home with ,her TH8JOAT?
wto liveswith, his family, near '
UilSfiTER Williams and son of Lake..City. A
&R hands.' You handle the and his -
GAM.ES your can approve the ,project before tit son family.Mr.
Ji71DMAKING -Hampton Junction.,
L mixture hot and not stick to and Mis. Woodard Lum- ., The R. C. Bryants were. in
could pa.8s. .Freeholders; .are* property .rt Mr.- and. Mrs. -Foster
P. Lott:
Ocala for ,a visit with the G. F.
<'oiN6//fl your hands.TURKEY holder Re-registration is ..Haaipton are the parents of ford and family, and Mrs.Sudie
HASH: This is the Daniels of Cuthtert, Ga. were Thompsons.
start. this month, AS soon- as a daughter, .born 'Dec.
NO SEC Friends of Mrs. Jack Estes
weekend guests of Mr., and Mrs.
piaerIals.are received by the
v. 9-At.tbe Bradford HosplULin "
county supervisor, -of' regiStl'a.ljon. 'County A. C. Kirkland ,and family.Mr 6th. grade teacher in the local
Slar.ke.Mr. .
: and Mrs. Ri L. Bradley and school, will .be interested to
GAY'SHome he said. possibly by Monday
and Mrs. Donald HilI'and learn :that she returned from
were in Keystone Heightson >
of this week; although books
daughters -spent last .weekend in
: ,
Bradford on
County Hospital
for visit .with Mr.
AppliancesYour had not been, delivered to .Home's l.nradenton. with .:Jltr and Mrs. Sunday a
.. and Mrs. R....L. Smith and family. Salurday. Mrs. George Roberts
: Grocery Jay- ,:Monday, ,.ther gis- Gene 'Clouse and : :TODArs : s ltONIC
) I family Miss Bettie Fay Norman was has been ,s pply Ilg.,.for ,her. :, P
: ration ,
place for this ,
Friendly area. I Mrs., M. P, Misner,.Mrs. Mark- Mr. and Mrs .Burton Rosier 0 -
in Jacksonville Sat-
shopping on
.- ,Mr. Morgan atated that' 'taxation lee,Norman Mrs. A. C. Dennison, urday. On Sunday she went to and family of Palatka were LARGE SIZE'$|69

W>CM. JII..t.tM.\'KS.beSTARKE I Norge Dealer for the bonds is estimatedby Mrs. P. E..Hill of Hampton, and DeLeon springs with Mrs. Alice Sunday guests of .}fr. and Mrs. :I I .

.NQJIGE APPLIANCES the school board at between .Mrs: .Merle, ,Gorman" of Starke, Hazen and son Johnny., Jim. Rosier and the Marvin I -Also avaiiableJneasyfecarry

5 and 6 mills for 20. years; 'ac-. Were Jacksonville visitors on.Thursday Mrs. 'Erlie Padgett carried her Rosiers.Mr. captuleiTn

S MAYTAG rqitl?? ;}o the.,present', assessed ;,pt Jat wee .
grandfather, Lige 'Douglas, of > and Mrs. C. W. Roberts *Hut.b.:v:..,.......;
valuation the :
in county. Lake, Butler .to 'Jacksonville on were in St. George, Ga. on Sun- :
S COLEMAN HEATERS and Also in '. YYY.. y'... .yyyyy.y. y.
: to ,
answer a "question '- -' Friday to .see the >doctor BUILDERS SUPPLIES FLOOR FURNACESWe Mr. Morgan stated that the
Saturday Mrs. Padgett and :her
county school board has no' intention LIWIEY
Service All Makes children were .in Jacksonville to

of closing outlying do some shopping.
Of Appliances .
s schools,' and transporting students -By'Mn.Joyce 'T. Futch4A1IiAATaAiAAALuALALA4I: Mr. and :Mrs.. Jimmy Ray and

Phone 10 in those areas' to Starke. \ family of Jacksonville visited .TBEES'aej

On the .contrary, ha said, the: ,
Vernie .Padgett..and ,daughterson :
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Starke, Fterida < v t $ -
I Board wants to make full use of Mr.: and !Lrs.Robert' Norman, Sunday evening. ',
: '? all.-school carried their '! ILl '
facilities the
daughter, Carolyn.
county, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hart' of I Eash crop7jteerica
and not further overcrowd ID 'Jacksonville. on Thursday to Jacksonville were weekend {

schools in Starke. 'He cited the have the. cast.,removed from a'
> guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. -
rrT need for a large number in a broken] 'arm which .she .received Rosier and Miss Virginia' Cruce.- lisa many-kinds,of land

.:'- high school in order to have i in. an.a4!nnobi1e"accident. ,recentMr "; While here they visited their ...some. .best suited for cultivated

.. full' program: then' stated that IT. : grandmother, Mrs. Becky Rosier' :
like sOme .
this vis ,not the case at the elei- ', ., aaj Mrs. O. J.: Phillips, who had the .misfortune to fall ctopc corn or cotton,

mentary level. Smaller schools were, in Callahan on Friday ,for 1der'at best for growing trees. Both kinds
.:. ; and hurt her s 1o the
:: enable better at the a visit.with Mr.-and Mrs. Leslie : cash :
.... .tIIIo.: '{, i -supervision -. .. home of Mr. : and'Mrs.;) Willie can produce regular crops
elementary level,, 'he added.' He Phillip and son. Little Erie Reddish after If protected from
; JUt year.
INTERCEPTOR VI ;-NEW CRUISE-0-MATie IRIY .i also 'urged all pamlt.s.,not' .tfr Phillips came 'home with his .
'. NtW + Mr. and }.frs. Frank Wells and fire; insects and:disease and bar .

(with-Precision Fuel Induction) ,, (wortd'i most venaWa"automatic") .., keep ;their* children out of school'' 'grandparents -.and'was carried'h daughter,' Nina, 'of .L eS1Jurgc8l1e Tested wisely, America's 461'mil- -
",--P' ); for ,unnecessary 'reasons: saying' me' on Sunday by Miss Ola .
Saturday far a visit with
that Mae- and Gaskins. loa acres commercial forest ,.
the influenza epidemic this Phllhip Billy
Mrs. Effie Miner. Nina enteredthe'
: year has already lowered the Miss.Letha Bell Prevatt spent 4aad will always, .produce the
: This terrific team ; 5th 'grade here on "Monday.Mrs. .
county' average' daily attendanceby Ihe wf' kend'with' Mr. and Mrs. .' Wells is-to: undergo--surgery -wood.this nation needs.
10 per cent, although enrollment Gad Griffis 'and Bonnie Prevatt
St. Vincent's
Hospital on Tues-
is above Last, year. State stayed with the J. Prevatts

funds are given to schools on in Starke. day.The
savesuptoongasE' Andrew Wilkersons hadas
the .basis'. of average daily at- Mrs. D. G.. Wilkerson and Miss guests during the weekendMr. .1

endance..Following1. Gloria Anderson visited the H.
i and Mrs. Jimmy. Griffis,
tIlt the meeting, refreshments R. Barretts at the State Farmon .
I also the James and Wesley Wil .. .
tdy II ,.. sort M gos, yet gel bettor Made and you can save up to t 15% on gai: of fruit cake'and coffee Saturday.Mr. kerson families of Jacksonville. :-. -' -

takt-of power i ; greater passing power. The Greater acceleration from standing starts and were .served .in the school and Mrs. Harley Waldron

.ncwTord Interceptor, with Precision Fuel greater passing power are other benefit you'll unchroom to-20 PTA members and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whaley and DYALWOOD, Inc.

..1 'Inducuop, has all fuel-air routes to the combustion : reap from this great Thrift-and-Power Train: and guests by Mrs. Ola M. Perkins Tip Courson of Jacksonville visited daughter of Detroit Mich. are .

chambers streamlined for more even fueling ; It's available in'D'1! :58 Ford.'Try it at you. school principal. the Robert Waldrons duringthe visiting Mrs. Whalers mother, ,Jacksonville, Florida

f! and instint GO.'Team it with new Cruise-O- : Ford Dealer's soon City, Council Meeting weekend. Mrs. Nellie Wilkers n.

-, I Several matters were discussed Recent :Arrival Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson '
-- -+- -- at last. wee 's. meeting, of. .the Rev and Mrs. W. L. Baggettof and daughter, and Mrs. SHIffWC WIPWOOD TO '

4 Hampton .City,council In.the ,City Fort Worth, 'Texas announce Katie Padgett had as Sunday

I LAST CAS1 hall, although. no, definite action the,arrival of a daughter Marilyn dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Hor- ). St:.Regis .

1d was., taken. .... I Sue- on Nov. 27tlu !!rs. ace Williams and family of Jack- ANY''

Appointment of a councilmanto Baggett the former Miss .Ab- sonville. fz.-

150 replace ,Horace D. May, who bie Harley daughter of 'Mrs. A. Mr. and .Mrs. Levy Griffis and PENSACOlA JACKSONVILLE ......
died_ recently, was discussedand' I H. Harley, sr... and the late Jlr'i Curtis and David Johns attended "

L action postponed, untU ,the, next .

-.n iai __ meeling.. The appointment.D ---.- .-- ..--- -- =.

( ,, be wade. by .:Mayor :John, Parker,
I 11 l\'r'Th.-v r ET '1S Wv. .' U --:' iT -.:__ -- subject .to: approval by thee coun- --- soeyI.! FLORIDA ,National I
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t; .. ,<:iI., '. ...... .
t t Additional street lighting was I' :f-'

9 V. 1 I', proposed but none Vere .yotedon I Before
\ Buy
L you
during the meeting.A. .
1)$4 .
!M Mall TraIn Later ,' ; :
; 2 1' 't ...
: Ii Mail. Cards, 'Packages, ; __ .tA..and ',. :
t :, :; \
T Train schedule' for the second Save !

"f mornIng mail to arrive at ,. .

I ,. Hampton: .Post Office will change _.. ,- '- If it's a new car Seethe Florida Bank at Starke
-- --- ---- : today Friday Dec. 13, according
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: before and Save! Yes much
buy can save as
to Mrs: Williams you you
Mary post
.I : \ 'S .
NOTHING NEWER : mistress. II as,month's pajment.when you finance your car'' with '
Proved and approved around the world "-This mair will orrie In 'approx- ..
t. MM 58 F! RD low-cost Florida You also "
auto loan.
a financing may
..' ... imately"an hour', later, ,, she" .said-. .c' ,,_ I '-
,THE ..WORLDIf probably 10:40 im.'
,.u.r... select.,your own insurance agent and finance the, in-
..! 'c .. .. "Thef-'postal. department Advisesfirsfclass

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.,.............yy..y, recovery wright: Jr. announce the arrivalof 1 night, Dec.. 23. \. at 3 p. m. services, were held here )tils' week. You suit are for hereby Divorce,notified Care. Custodyand that a I Charles(OFFICIAL A, Darby SEAL,)
Mrs. Dewey McPherson and a 5 lb., 2 oz. 'son, born in St.Vincent's Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum and for the purpose of Ordaining Mr,' and' Mrs. W. W. Sullivan control of minor child Clerk of the Circuit Court.
LouiseEicheiserand Brother Oscar Harris a dea- and .Mrs.: Cecil Moore .of Jack- :has been filed against you in the I. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
MAXVILLE Mrs. C. B. Nolan attended the Hospital in Jacksonville :son and Mrs. as above named Court and cause and. 11n 12/JO
meeting of the Duval County last Thursday, Dec. 5. The son of Jacksonville spent con in the Maxville Baptist sonville. visited the M. D Harrells you are required to serve a copy -
''. :Mt.': Mrs. J. E. Newton of and Mrs. Bulah Harrell last of your answer or pleading to the XOTICK OP ITETIOTO
and Church. Rev.
By 'Mrs.' O. B. Nolan Council of Home DemonstrationClubs young.'man has been named last weekend ,with omplalnt .on the Plaintiff's Attorney REGISTER FICTITIOUS JiAMF.
at the 4-H Club Park in Charles O. Wainwright. Mr. F. B.. Coleman .and family. Lake' City led the song service :week.. Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Flor- Notice Is hereby given that the

4tAAA&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..AA Jacksonville last Tuesday, Dec. Wainwright is the principal of Fanpily Supper njbyed and deacon F. B. Coleman led Mrs. Doyle, Hazen of Starke 2 ida. Florida Title Building Jacksonville of undersigned Chapter 20,953 under, Laws the of provision Florida,

Mr., and Mrs. J. W. Thomas 3, and afterwards enjoyed the the Baldwin School. F, B. Coleman/celebrated his in prayer. All preachers and dea- visited .Mrs. Guy,Harrell Friday. and file the original In the office Acts of 1941. will register with the
Triple Birthdays CelebratedMrs. birthday .anniversary'. last Friday cons ,formed a council with Rev. Mrs. Malcolm Lewis ,and Mrs. of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
and family left last Wednesday Christmas party. Five students I : : or before the for Bradford County, Florida upon
for a two weeks visit.with rela- from the, Jacksonville University : C. B. Nolan entertainedat night Dec. 6-( ai4 hS''son.tn.law! ;, :R. L. Taggart, pastor' of the Earl. Green' were in Gainesvilleon SO day of December. 1157; receipt of proof of publication of
this notice, the fictitious
of sId name ct
tives in South Carolina. Upon were guests there and told the her, home on Friday: night, and daughter, Mr and Mrs. H. Black Pond Baptist Church act- business Monday' : Complaint otherwise the will allegations be taken as confessed Snow Chevrolet Co., under which '
6'i L. Browning, celebrated their ing as Moderator. Representingthe Rev. C.-B. Stalling of An-: by you. am engaged In business at 310 W.
will be Dec a birthday party "
'their return Mr. Thomas people present of the .customsof Call St., Starke, Florida.G. .
6th weddin'g'n1verS ry when Long Branch Baptist Church thony visited :the Leslie ,Greens This notice shall be publishedonce
transferred to Mayport, where .their native, lands. They were honoring her husband, Clifton, each week for four consecutive E. Snow, 1207 Planding Drive,
he. will be put on sea duty for from. Portugal, Korea, Cuba, and two .sons, Billy and Bobby, .the, family ,enjoyed, : a'::supper at were, Rev. H. F. Higdon, pastor, Saturday. weeks in the Bradford County Starke, Fla., sole owner.
Dated this 22nd day of November,
the home of Mr.and Mrs. F. B. and deacons S. L. Harris and M. Little Tony Castlen accompanied Telegraph.
months. whose birthdays' all occur on November, A.D., 1937 at Starke Bradford
ten Mexico,. and Iraq. Dainty party Dated this 2S day of
December 7. Music and Coleman. Those'enjoying. this Z. Watson. From the Maxville his grandfather to Miami 957. County Florida. 11/22 4t 12/1J
Ralph'and Kenneth Stanley sandwiches and Christmas cookies games .
were enjoyed throughout .the occasion 'With' Mr. returned last week from a visit were served with coffee and
evening after which the four- Coleman and Mr.. 'and Mrs. Mathis and ,deacons J. A. Godwin Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dukes
relatives in tea.
with Kentucky.We Russian .
tiered" cake was cut and servedto Browning were Mr, and Mrs. I F. B. Coleman and R. L. and son of Lake Butlervisited.
regret that Matilda and We are glad that Howard about, 50 guests. 'Mrs. Nolan Ray Pellum :and-soil-Mrs. Louise i Harris. Other pastors were Rev. the Earl Greens Sunday. ,
< Rev. Durance is. after several -
children of improving
Sidney Higdon, :
was assisted in decorating the Eichelser and son, Mr.and; Mrs. Bill Chism Highland, Rev, J. Stork Shower '
and .H. F. have been days illness.
Higdon for cake by Mrs. John North and James Coleman and*' daughterand ..Newton: of d Lake City, and A stork shower was given for
home several Wainwright
ill at their Baby '
Mrs, H. R. Kilgore and Mrs. J. Evelyn, B. F. and 'Domit Rev. S. P. Waller and Rev. P. Mrs. Alex Williams 'of 'Jacksonville -
days and wish them a speedy Mr. and. Mrs. Charles O. Wain-
C. Nolan. helped serve. Bobby Coleman. A."Nprth of Jacksonville. D. B. : the daughter 'of; 'Mr. 'and
was twelve years old and Billy Mrs Claude Green,,-Mrs. Joe Griffis 'was Clerk. Rev. Chism 'Mrs. Dave Green, Thursday

14, Lucas and children, and Janis questioned,I the candidate Rev. night De !5 at'L'ommunfty'Cen- 7.T from ONE DAY TO SIX MONTHS!

:Now Equipped To Deliver. Mrs. Hattie Nolan and MissesJo and Joy Bell visited 'inj Hampton Higdon presented the charge tothe'church. ter which' was beautifully decorated -
Ann Parrish and Martha Harris Sunday afternoon. with Mr.' and Rev; Wailer gave the I 'with camellias and poin- Throughout the huntIng

and' Mrs. C. 'B. Nolan were Mrs. .A very' Slade, ands family. charge to the candidate, and settias. Games "were played and season, you need'

visitors in Jacksonville' Mast Mr. and Mrs. oSc iHairLs' Rev. Newton delivered the ser- prizes 'were won' by ,){rs. Lloyd the protection of accident -
were business visitors:; in -Jacksonville mon., Rev: Mathis led the Or- insurance.
Thursday.Mrs. ;; Wood; Mrs: W. E. Bigham, Jr.,
KEROSENEANYWHERE W.: A. Cannon of Palatkaand Friday. Mtf Harris has dinance prayer. It was a very and Mrs": Dennis Hodge. tw ? --+s "American'." Travel

Mrs G. M. Beach of Hastings I been ill.and 'under.'thai:care of a impressive,ceremony. Refreshments t't na salad Protector Policy pay
Baldwin doctor. Hope' he will and Mrs. .E. Griffis.and for dismembermentand
were guests of -}fr. and Mrs. C. Mr H. .saltines, mints and coffee. were
IN THE B. Nolan and "sons Sunday-after- soon t'be ",well again,, Mr and Mrs."Kyle Cannon M. se'rVed"to the "30 guests by' the J'i medical expenses
noon. George McMullen, Maxville L; Wiikez, Mary Wiikez and hostesses who were: Mrs. J_. C. W .f. in case of an accident

The Maxville Civic Club will School 'Principal' is ill 'with the Ginger Cannon attended church ,Harrell, Mrs.. Wilson .Green: ,. Mrs. ii 'and payment to your fernIy -
LAWTEY AREAFAST flu and .bavb -.to*,nuss school. jJ loss of life. Get this
meet Friday night, Dec. 13, at g services at the Church of God Ernest Edwards, Mrs. Leslie l' il for
Miss Marie Taggart of Mid- in Middleburg Saturday night. : 4-ha r-a-cfay protection for
M* 7:30 m. All members are urg- Green. Mrs. Amanda. Lewis. ancMrs. I (( ,
ed'to p.attend"and'help make'plans dleburg. spent. ,*>:,the. ,.9'.weekend. with .Little Cheryl. Wilkinson : ,Earl: Green. i Ft .. one day: or for the entireW

COURTEOUS SERVICE .to .get a building started on our Miss Jewel North:; daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mr. and Mrs. .Willie Short and 4 hunting season.HAROLD .

recently acquired'property.. Mrs.' Paul: Garrett was dismissed Wilkinson, is. ill ,again at her Jean ,and .Edward Lewis were t lt .: "

Mrs. Zagortz, the 3rd and 4th from* the 'Navy"hospltal in home here.Winford visiting Mrs. Amanda Lewis and }"' .

WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS grade school teacher at Maxville, Jacksonville last Wednesday ands Wilkinson started Mr. .and Mrs.. Malcolm Lewis
t I, getting alongnicely.. building on his new home last '.
has the 3rd, '4th, 5th and' 6th Sunday. -
ceramics Mrs. H: R.: Kilgore honoredher Saturday, next door to Mr. and
THOMAS grades working orf a twins' sane on ;their seventh Mrs Morris Bell on highway 228. AGENCY
D. B. (DICK) proj ct. 'Tlie pupils are selling, NOTICE TO APPEAR C. WALL
'some of the items that they birthday serving birthday The '''Mt. Zion Baptist Church !:Florida Clrralt: la Court Cbanrrr, Bradford?. .Coaatr

have made and buying new cake and ice cream at the homeof has, recently acquired an acre of Karleen, Reiland Guy Plaintiff, vs "INSURANCE SPECIALISTS"

BEL-AIR PHILLIPS 66 STATIONLA1"fEY materials with the money. their' grandparents? }(r. and land on the Yellow Water Road John R.'Guy-, Defendant., Case No. 12-451 200 E. Call Street Phone 146

'The Long Branch 'Baptist Mrs. Doss Higginbotham. and they plan to build a new .Retire' To 'Appear Night: Call Harry Rabb,. 536-1
PHONE 2662 Paul Garrett arrived from church there in the near To: John R. Guy, whose residence
their annual very Starke Florida
Church will hold and address is:' 240 Drake Street .
I Christmas 'party on Monday Alameda Calif; last Wednesdayto future. .Wisconsin,Rapids, Wisconsin. '
spend a couple 'of'weeks here The Christmas program of the I

with his. 'family.He'.has just returned Mt Zion Baptist Church will be .

; fl'm.Sea. ,duty";with the held at the morning services on -
FREE FREE U. S. Navy. Sunday, Dec.' 22. ONE STOP

Mr. and Mrs George Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Owen Anders of : A

II. and family of Jacksonville visited Lawtey visited Sunday with Mr.and '
14 FT. B.G. SPECIAL BOAT Mr.,'and Mrs., Doss Higgin' Mrs.,- Dan .Parrish. SHOPPINGCENTER
., botham and family Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Junior Goolsby J (uy.. \ KOCH ,

f. '" ". night. Sunday guests of the .()f,Baldwin spent, Friday evening -

,. ',. -.' .. Higginbothams were 'Mrs Carolyn -' : with, Mr.. and Mrs. Leslie ---L3 ..

J"" .... Ellis" and. son,...of. Jackson" ; Sweat, and family, DRUGSTORE
..t. ville. Mrs. Farley Austin and son )fl>si ,
.' i, The Maxville students taking spent' Sunday with"Mr. and Mrs.Harry ,. Gifts For The
j. pa tin the Jwrlor'. )[Minstrel at;; .Padgett' and family. .
the Baldwin Schooh'Saturday, }'fr C. B. Wilkinson! .Jr. and JiI ', '
7 __ Entire
night re. Buck) : WellhausenV: her ion, Barry were both ill lastwgek .. Family

t '. "Eelrn.c.oleP1.a ,,.Bonnie* Hanis, ; Hope. a they 'are. feeling' better x Yr 4 ". .

3 o! Patsy Smith,. Roge.r' North Bobby .
.. Burned, :and, Sidney' 'WelIhausen. Dan Hargrov's'fs ill,this week s "f.r! "'" -. '
,r s s : and having to miss 'some work. J:' .

,,_? M. .L;.-''Wkez> of 11 V "U.. S. .;'Mrs..Maggie: -Padgettand'tam-. J ; .' SH UP HERE
w!+ir fly of -Middleburg visited Monday J>.. .'
in ? spending '
Army: :j lanta.jSa ) -<<, ", f4.. "" '
e a two'.weeks'. furlough'sere.. with. evening with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. >'X .
4 ', Mr.\and ";Mrs.. .H.,B.',Griff and Griffis.. ,p. '

.. .. his mister, .IissMlyi Wkez The.Duval County Schools will and
. ....' Mrs. Bobby."Vol .Dies and let.out Friday, Dec.. 20, for the C
"rj.'t" ...-.' :,,. -:-.. daughter,' "'B rbaraR**Wilkez of Christmas holidays and will .t Cftj\ I

.. .'I'Ii".', ." '.", Jacksonville:'\.haveVji eh, visitingMr. open again on Monday, Jan. 6. SAVE MONEY
N .\ .v.-" 1:" r.. -- ..'' and Mrs,: H". E Griffis and Miss Mickey 'Godwin of Jacksonville -
Miss Mary Wiikez.. J "visited Miss June Hig- .
Complete with 18 H.P. Johnson Motor!>> and Murray\ Trailer.: ginbothami I Sunday afternoon'BROO.KER :::., ,. ,:>"j
Charlie1''lfillfard.offaeksonville. :-
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COME IN AND REGISTER NOW visited Jast J Monday;: 1h his y........ TY..TY... ... '
brother and. .sister-in-law- Mr.
Men's Guaranteed
and Mrs.; H.,E.'. Gritfis. Fully Waterproof rocsTOYS TOYS l'I
NO PURCHASE Mrs Bud Waters :and children WRIST WATCHES 9.95.
NECESSARY'F. of Jacksonville, : ,Saturdaywith I I
'Mrs.",Dorothy '"Waters and By Barbara Sue Davis -, Elec. Phonograph -, 9.95

FR family, "1" :' .AA AAAAAAAAAAAAA.'us Men's and ladiesWATCHES '

IMPERIALSER.VICE R Don't', 'forg t. 'the, Community ,Mr. and Mrs. Mack Herlongof DOLLS 95c to 14.95B
'E fish fry that will beheld this
E > Texas visited the Aubrey '
Saturday night ,Dec. 14, at the B GUNS 5.50Plenty
E Hazens Sunday and are planning -
E Maxville Baptist Church. The
to make their' new home in ( or'BB's on Hand
1575 No. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 StarkeFlorida public is invited to attend. Starke. 11,7.95 to 49.50
Ordination services Held '
Mr.. and Mrs.. H. F. Martin of
On Sunday afternoon, Dec. 8, _
Tampa visited the R. F. Ganos _
over: the weekend.

I .SUDday guests of the G. W Lighter ,-- Special 1.00 -i : .
Z ap .u R.t e vx e. \ k. as !a. a a Davises were Mrs. B. J. Waters __

v h. a ee'k p" 'y v' :r:9., ES a M t;:.: k a C .. r and, son and Jimmy Baggs of Ronson: Lighters 6.50 HEEL
Gainesville, 'Mr.' and Mrs. Mack up

... Howard of Starke, Mrs. Jennie DOLLS
Edwards of 'Orlando., Mrs. L. B. Large Selection I

Crosby.' of Greensboro, and Mr.
and %Mrs. Perry Osteen of New- -J- ii : 5.95

berry. I
L s. 'Hardee Jr., who has, been
visiting the Bill, ighams .Jr. and !
Lloyd Woods has .returned to -
Jacksonville to visit his parents, Parker 21 & 51 Pen and Sets -

the :L. L. Hardees, for a few Shaeffer Pens and Sets
of All
days before going on to Parris, Kinds
Island, S. C.,where .he will be Electric Razors (Schick and i

\, Q x a tar r stationed.Birthday Party Remington) .- Mix Masters COWBOY GUNS and SETS I

Toast Masters Warren
Mary Jane.Bigham was hon- -

ored 'on her 13th birthday witha Blenders Electric Percula- Roller Skates 1. 3.95Xmas I

party at the home of her parents I

\ \\ .u 0\.A' d. vt \.MaA the W.- E.Blghams. Games tors -,Large Assortment Men's Light Bulbs 7c ea. I II

were payed and prizes were won Gift Sets Large Assortment I Tree Balls I
a 5c
by ,Henry Harrell and Anita up

11tp; ,, akr t S Mott.' .- Ladies Gift Sets Children's Tree Trim :Outdoor ,Lights I

After Mary Jane opened her Cosmetics -. -' Xmas Ribbons &
S gifts refreshments of punch Wrapping I

cake and ice cream were servedto Paper -. Wonderful Assortment
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the,17 guests by Mrs.-Bigham.Mr. -- h. x For The Lovely
and Mrs. Warren MiieD ) of Christmas Cards .
Lady In Your
and daughters vi5ited friends in

Jacksonville recently.Mr. Life 1 Come. in and Register for the I

Id .. and Mrs. Dock Waters of American Flyer

Gainesville, and Mrs Lomie DRESSER
Rainey and children of Lake FREIGHT TRAIN' SET

Butler were visiting Mr. and SETS To Be Given Away FREE!
Mrs. Calvin Johnson Sunday.

Mrs. Stella Seats who has 750-10
Norris Whitman
been, visiting .the' L. R,- Elzeys Hollingsworth
S w for the past two months, has FINE CHOCOLATES I III !

"ALMOST, BUT NOT ENOUGH"is our verdict on how other 1958 cars have anything to match.the sway-freey returned:to.herd me in Hutchinson -

close competitive cars have come to'matching the Swept- dip-free, vibration-free ride of Torsion-Aiie.,(It's stand*' '. Kansas. II

Wing 58. Take style. Other new cars are "almost" as low ard equipment.) Most of them still don't t even have push :.Mrr and<,Kr& .j. H. Sullivanattended I

in inches, But still seem high and boxy in looks. Some of button driving! So after you've seen the "almost: e n- : to business in Trenton KOCH DRUG STORE

them are "almost" going to fins, but not enough to really come in and drive a Swept-Wing 58. You'll see why;$R' __ : Saturday- They returned hornSullivan -

make a difference. Then' take performance. None of the say: They're catching on, but they can't catch. 'up... -I,..-.-' 1rZtbt WB'.'mother, ROf'Be11: Mrs.to'visit'Wulis.Vrs. .

See Swept Wing '58 by Dodge at Hardy ,Brothers ,Motor Co., 600Temple'' Avenue, .Slarke,...Florida. 'V ... Mrnand: Mrs.'Watty, Crews_ are I
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t' visitingfriendr and'relatives!

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