Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03458
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 20, 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
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.. 3: ::11"I f p 7 Tornadoes Hammer Attack On Negro CONTEST YULE,LIGHTING ENTRIES Council! Considers

& a< j : ( i.ttT:2I Win Spots OnConference Charged To Garage' :Man CLOSE TODAYToday

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is the deadline for Recreation
W. reg- Dept.
Stalnaker, operator of him said ;. .
-- \ istering entries in the annual
TeamSeven a Starke garage, was arrest'edTuesday Godden 'told the ..judge that
Christmas lighting and decorating -
on a charge of assault Stalnaker, started beating him '
with intent to commit murder on with the hammer 'after accusinghim contest. The City Council Tuesday night began rolling into"shape
v- L All who have
I, :. J members of the Brad- a Negro man. He was released. of cursing. at employees in Christmas persons display, large any or plans to-create a City Recreation Department which :Would

:t : ford High football squad, won I under $1.0pO bond. the garage'on.the' preceding day. small, at their home or placeof be set'up as a separate branch of- the city government with

I spots on the 23-man All-Key. The Negro, Joseph Godden, accused The Negro
stone conference team chosen at Stalnaker of striking him said anything; out of. the way. ister for judging by mailing a allocated for that purpose.

a meeting of coaches in Gainesville with a hammer, knocking him' to Stalnaker, appearing post postcard, giving name and ad- The program, advanced by

Saturday. This was the most the floor of the garage, then bond, denied that he hit Godden dress, to: Mrs. Lowell Mathews Council members Mrs. Ruby,Johns

.men placed on the team by any hitting him several more times with, a-l hammer, but said he hit 71 Cypress St., Starke, Council Approves and RaJ dal. Chitty, would take

of the six schools. with the hammer while, he was- the Negro on y"'orice with' his Fla precedent over an advisory committee -

For the honor ,team Bradford down. fist-. The injuries on' the Negro's Three cash' prizes will be plan recently adopted by

High furnished three of the When he appeared, ;befor head were received when he fell given for the best home light Skating CenterThe the Council.

eight backs, two of the four County Judge T A. Yawn to back: 'against a car, the garage lag and decorating display, and The Council indicated that it

guards, one of the. four. ends and make 'his complaint immediately" I man. contended. one prize for the best. commercial would be unanimous in supporting
;AVT7 one of the four tackles. after the incident occurred; G d-1 *- Stalnaker said he strucK God- entry. City Council Tuesday night such a. measure and asked City

1 BHS team members gainingthe den's head was bloody and bruiSed den only after the Negro had Any Christmas theme may be cleared the. way for a skating Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. to draw

The project of acquiring the right-of-way for the four-laning, honors were backs Charles and several of his teeth were cursed J him and refused- to leave used, and out of town judges rink) .to be opened in Starke in the up the necessary ordinances to be
Noegel, Charles. Osborne and knocked'out. A long gash fcfITis when Stalnaker asked him to. will make the awards. The near future as they approved a presented for formal approval.In .
project on U. S. 301 received a big boost this week when Nelson
Bubba: LaMee; guards Rudolph sCalp required 25 stitches to The original disagreement be- contest is sponsored by the plan of operation outlined by a explaining the plan, Chitty
Blocker (right) gave to the county the longest single block of land Hutcheson and Wilbur Barry; close, a doctor who examined tween the, -two men apparently Starke Woman's Club. Mac lenny man. said, that it 'would establish a

required m the an amount totaling a mile and a quarter on hard* of people whose sole interest
,program tackle Mike Goldwire, and end started over a deal they had Theoperator, Lee King, a Mac group;
the highway. In the photo, Walter Sibley who is handling the right- Bert McGee.Of made concerning a motor for a denny school teacher, plans to in city government would be

of.way program looks over the deed with Blocker. the other teams in the ReRegistrationDelayed power saw of Godden's. Drunk Driving set up his portable tent skating the promotion of recreation and

Conference, Fernandina Beach .According to the stories of center on the southwest corner of spending of funds for it."

Makes, Three StrQight placed four men on the team both men," they had traded the .American" Legion grounds.The Chitty recommended that the
and Jacksonville Bolles, SantaFe Again motors with a tentative agreement Case Dismissed Council members in passingon Recreation Department be composed -

Green Cove springs, and P. that Godden pay an ad- King's operation consideredthat of five members, headed by
K. each placed three. ditional $20. Godden told the this the chairman of the Council's recreation -
Yonge in location the noise of
Cagers Win Two Close Contests Grid stars from the other Re-registration of freeholdersin judge that-he had gone to the A driving while intoxicatedcase the operation would not disturb committee with the other
preparation for members the Coun-
the forth-
appointed by
teams winning All Conference garage several limes. to settle against Earl Levy, managerof anyone.In .
coming $450,000 school bond cil. Mrs. Johns Is the
positions were: the deal but Stalnaker had b en the Underwood Restaurant on the past, 'skating rinks have
election was farther into chairman of the recreation
pushed city :
Bradford High's basketball corded in the preliminary rounds Backs Bill Tym, Bodes; north U._ S. '301, was dismissedin been generally barred by near
the future this week Mrs. out.The committee.
team experienced two close calls with the B.teamMing over Harold Knowles, Green Cove; as Negro had visited the Mayor's Court Wednesdayafter prohibitive taxes required.by city
Marian To back the that
in the week Lake 22-20 and Lake Dee Lofton, Fernandina; Tom Crosby, supervisor of registration about, City A. J. Thomas up argument
games during past City over shop noon Monday to seeStalnaker Attorney law which had been placed in effect -
but managed to hold on to their Butler 2625. Swilley, P.: K. Yonge; and Gene announced that the waiting' several .hours, Jr. advised Mayor W; T. Jack because city officials had the recreation program _needs
materials have not people> who can make it their sole
perfect record of three wins in The girls team was dereate' Roberts, Santa Fe. necessary but the garage man' did not 'ar- son that he believed the city lack. considered this type of operation
been interest in city government Chit.
the new season. by Lake City 50-30 and by Lake Guards Elliott Owens, l'. K. yet ed sufficient evidence to prove generally as a disturbance creator.
rive.When t1' pointed out that "noboby has
from which the
The basketballers last Yonge, and Elbert Durden Fern company he the charge. The Council Clerk
varsity Butler 53-52. been returned early Tuesday gave City yet had time to think about the
materials have ordered has
Friday slipped past Lake City The high scorer against: Lake andina Beach. morning Godden said the Levy pleaded guilty to two Carl Johns authority to work out spending of the $1,500 already.appropriated
58- 3 and Tuesday night edged City on the varsity squad was Centers Wickey Bostick. P. now promised: delivery on Dec garage.mai> accused!!, him of curs other charges, running a red arrangements with King on'the for, recreation."
out Lake Butler 63-57. K. Yonge; Larry Thigpen, San- 27, she said, and, the re-regis at his payment of taxes and license fees.
Curtis McGee with 14 points. ing" employees on the light and causing; an accident, Chitty proposed that the new
Close scores were also re- Reason Kirkland followed with ta Fe. tration books can be. ... opened preceding day. He said he was and was! fined $151. Levy was King said he plans to operatethe department be given authority

Tackles Howard Sohm, shortly after. starting to 'pay the' money to represented by attorney A. Z. rink from 7 until 10 p.m. on over the spending of the funds

U.Tom Tataum paced the squadin Green Cove; Hugh Bukley, Bol- The School Board Is seeking Stalnaker when he noticed thata (Andy) Adkins Jr. of Gaines weekdays and from 2 until 5 p.m. bcause "if you don't give them

15 Degree Low scoring against Lake Butler les; and Fred McLean Fernan approval for a $450,000 bond saw blade which he had takenin ville. on Sundays, charging 50 cents for authority they won't do any
issue election to 'for
help pay a admission. He has
operated a
to be straightened had not ".
with 18 points and Kirkland followed dina.Ends Thomas said he was recom- thing.
construction and renovation pro- similar :center in for
Charles Bristow, Bol- Macclenny
with 13 been repaired. be- Last month the Council votedto
points. mending dismissal of the case '
Hits les Charles Harrison. Fernan- gram in the county's school the past seven weeks,.he said.
CountyBradford ; The said
"Tiny" Joe Long was Lake which recommended ,Negro that when he cause the prosecution's expert establish an advisory ,committee -
dina; and Sonny Whitlock, Fern- system was remarked -to Stalnaker that no- examined In other action .the Council discussed composed ,of representativesof
witness a.doctor who
20 ,
City's high man, scoring team.
recently by a state
points and Johnny Ray Godwin andina. survey thing .had been done to the Levy shorty after the accident, Christmas bonuses for city the city's civic organizations
The Board asked the
County could have County blade, the garage man cursed and told him- in a pre-trial interview employees and agreed to gyantthe'sam'e : to work with the Council's recrea-
for Lake Butlerin
was high man
been mistaken for the cold Commissioners for the re-regis- 'with the hammer.. amounts as last year.A tion committee recreation
struck on a
that he could not testify
northland last and Tuesday night's contest, also tration on the grounds that it
Thursday Friday Poor Pecan
drainage problem on Cherry
Stalnaker told Judge Yawn program. Though the new plan
; drunk.
as its citizens shivered in scoring 20 points. Johnny Ray's would improve the chances of Levy was. street caused by excess water
that the began cursing would supercede,this proposal,
brother, Billy, was second high \.Negro told
Thomas said the doctor
15 weather and the issue
degree passing by cutting
got up when he noticed that the blade and material from.a cement block the Council members said that
In the mornings to 'see the ground man for Lake Butler, scoring 15 SeasoD..Recorded. down. the rolls and thus makingit had not been repaired and declared him that it would have been'impossible plant and ice'plant was discussedand such &advisory group could still

covered with frost.sot4iick i it points. easier to obtain a petition. to 'tell whether Levy'sactionS them: .tter.turned to the
'fiiat; 'would-rnot pay over .- ,- be.formed. : !o ,work C ,with. the new
,looked like ,snow. For the B-Team, Dickie Dick. -....- .- Mh .:W 'fo'#* -4to- signed by25 per cent,'of ,the Stalnaker: anything:' dtt1F-if was.I after ''the wreck were street'committee for study. department.

Though no official records son was high scorer against freeholders necessary to initiate caused by an injury. he receivedor check
Bradford County's 1957 pecan The bill was ,sraightened out It waS agreed to on pricesfor
were available, many of the old- Lake City and Woody Strick season came to a close last week, the election and also would after the incident'with Stalnaker by alcohol. construction of a new police
timers they can't remember land led the field against'Lake I eliminate a number of people The cases'cases against Levy
say .
passing by almost unnoticed except making an' adjustment for, an booth a\{ the high school crossing.The City Workers
when the mercury has dipped so Butler. by disappointed growers because I who were uninterested in the unsatisfactory' gas tank which grew out of a wreck on Nov. 26 members said that the old

low, especially this early in the Helen Kelly paced the girls' of the small amount of nuts. issue. Godden had requested. between Levy's car and one'driv-, wooden building should be repiac.ed .

winter. scoring in both games, making produced and sold this year. !I Date for the election has not Judge :Yawn said that a preliminary en by Mrs. E. C. Elder of Kings- when the new lighting systemis To Switch To
Many effects of the record 32 points ,against Lake Butler Figures of sales at the Starke I yet been set, but it is not expected hearing will probably ley Lake at the intersection of installed, *

breaking cold spell were evident. and 20. against Lake City. State Farmers' Market indicatedthat to be held until Februaryor beheld, but,no date has yet been U. S. 301 and SR 16. City Clerk Carl Johns saia that

Gas stations did a land office production this year amounted after. set. Mayor Jackson found Mrs. El- the' new lights for the school

business in ,anti.freeze shrubs Claude MurphreeTo to only about 15 per cent of der not guilty of junning a red crossing' expected shortly. 40.Hour %Week

and family gardens were frozento last year's quantity. And last Fire Destroys light and causing an accident. Mayor Jackson advised the

the ground and plumberswere year was only a mediocre year it- Sales Tax Take Council that service stations, in

kept scurrying to repair Give RecitalDr. self. House In Reno j* Starke were violating city laws as City'employees in the power

bursted water pipes. Even with the small supply, the :Tops: Year Ago Bradford. Sets well as creating safety hazards by plant and street and garbage

The official low temperatures price this year did not come up A three room frame house in placing signs on the city owned departments will switch to a
Claude H. Murphree, music I 40-hour work week the
recorded in Starke Reno destroyed by fire Sun Pace In TB sidewalks. He said that all during
at the state to last year's average, the market was Sales.\tax collections in Bradford nearly
Farmers' Market was 15 'degrees professor at the Universityof reported. The average price last I I day morning with the building and 'Countj-'during: the month of of the stations were guilty of first week in January, accord

on Thursday morning"(Dec. Florida, will present a Christ year was 37.75: cents per pound. contents listed as a total loss. Novemb ere $2,555.79 higher Seal CampaignBradford these violations. and asked Instructions ing to City Council action Tues

12)) and 17 degrees on Friday.In mas organ recital in the First The average this year was.about The house was owned by Nat on enforcing the mat day night.
fact through Monday, Dec. Baptist Church of Starke beginning 30 1-2 cents.A Williams and occupied by the than in the: same month a year ter. The Council decided to investigate Previously these employeeshad

16. the mercury had recorded at. 4 p. m. Sunday. total of only 34,877 poundswere James Martin family ago, according to the sales tax County set the pace 'the issue and bring it up been working on. a 48-hour

below freezing temperatures for Dr Murphree has presented sold at the market this yearas Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter said report 'released' this. week by the for the state in the sale of at the next meeting.The week.

all except five days in December. several organ recitals in Starkein compared to 288,751 poundslast that the house had already burn- office of 'State 'Comptroller' Ray Tuberculosis Christmas Seal Council voted to place no- City Council Chairman T. C.
when the fire E. Green.& sales by becoming the first Hazen Jr. said the change was
ed to the ground parking ,signs on Lafayette street
County Agent George Huggins past years, with the most recent -, year. The last of the four
produced as special evidence performance at Easter.An I sales was held at the market on department arrived. The blaze Last 'month's sales .tax collections county to exceed last ye r's total between Adams and Walnut. made principally because the 40:

that the cold wave was more [ Dec. 5 when a total of 12,023 apparently was caused by the oil totaled $13,297.57; collections sales. Councilman J. D. Doyle said that hour week,has been establishedin
all businesses.
severe than normal the facts invitation is extended to pounds were sold. kitchen stove Carpenter' said.A ',during November, 1956 I Mrs. Adelaide Crowson secretary the street has a tendency to be- almost other
Wasdin said
that: many oldtimers reported Dr. Murphree's many friends in The total revenue received for blazing newspaper on the roof totaled $10,741.78.The of the local TB Seal group, come congested with parked cars Power Supt. Riley
this section and to all music of house at 417 E. Brownlee and is almost impossible the men had asked for
a passage
reported that during the first
that they saw for the first pecans at the market this year November collections, shorter week that could
so they
time that lovers to attend. An offering will Last it street resulted in the fire depart- seven weeks of the campaign on some days.
they can remember was $10,609.26. year was however, showed a decrease of have more time to take care
I out at
such be received for Dr. Murphree as ment being called : contributions have totaled $805,
sights as tops of bamboo 8605787. $1,332.55 from the preceding of other affairs.Schedules .
killed, camphor trees nipped a token of appreciation. The poor season was brought on Monday morning.said that the' news- month's' total., with $14,630.12collected which is $149 more than the Guest Preacher for' the new work

and yellow jasmine bushes turn- by an original light crop. being cut Carpenter which had come out of the in October. $656 collected last year. week were submitted by Was

ed brown. Second House back even further by record at- paper chimney, was on a tin roof and Statewide, the sales tax collections This is still $395 short ot the Rev. William R. (Bobby) Crews ,din and Street Supt. S. R.
Such tacks of webworms and'other $1,200 goal,. however and drive will be guest preacher at the
things only! happen on could have done no damage. A totaled $11,111,615.39, Hicks, and adopted by the
rare occasions, Huggins said. Burns In RenoA pests. passing motorist on seeing it, and increase of. 3408120.69 over officials urged county residents' Johnsontown Baptist Church on Council.
Several private pecan dealers not to slacken their Dec. 22 and Dec. 29, speaking at.
but to
Huggins said pace W. T. Jackson
that fields of however, thought the roof was on November, :1956, and $936,362.31over I Mayor jues-
house occupied by an elderly handled with some of both the 11 and 1:30
also pecans keep sending in contributions. a.m. p.m. the Council about
oats and rye. grasses seldom fire and called the fire depart- October, 1956. I tioned doing
Negro couple in Reno was destroyed them already closing operationsand services.
to similar ben-
bothered by cold weather, show I ment. I' 'something give
spots where they'were affectedby by fire early Wednesday others trying to finish by Last Friday the Starke Fire efits to the policemen who are
Fire Chief D. W. Car- Christmas. Legion/ Pays Off Notes On
morning Moving weeks
the cold. Department and the Bradford unit Project ,now working 56 hour

As for the penter reported.The of the Florida Forest Service combined .. ,and was told that it was up to
damage the '
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cold did, Huggins said that fire department going to Pine Seedlings forces to extinguish a grass : .., '> .,. .:.' ...', ,<.. him and Police Chief W. E.
"there is the blaze at 3 a. m. found the fire behind the To-Rena Motel on t. f ., ( > -; Thornton work out the police
11" 517h'
no green grass left, 'Ti.r ,
and the cattlemen have had to 2 room building nearly destroyedwhen The Bradford and Starke Chap- north U. S. 301. ," '1 ;,.>-t} .:, r ,'. : department's work shedule.
they arrived. The house ters of the' Future Farmers have '.. '-{" ,t.h"" '

grams.begin their winter feeding pro- was owned by Luther Powell and!I received 20,000 slash pine seed ;. Kelly Gives Data '

occupied by Oscar Harrison and. lings from the Florida Forestry EarlyPaperNext :
Huggins said he had r .
not made
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his'wife. Service and ContainerCorpora- t On T' Tag Sales

a survey of the strawberry crop, Carpenter said that it could tion oft Ame ca.which they 'will Week .
bu from the comments of the not be determined how. the plant at the school farm this L .- A. "A court interpretation has
farmers he had talked to it about in the rules
brought changes
blaze started. Next week The
Seems that the berries have Telegraph "
governing the sale of "P'f tags for
"come through all right. Thereis With Movie will be printed on Tuesday ln-. motor vehicles used in agriculture,
no doubt though he said, that: Elks To Treat Children stead of Thursday. This is be-',. Tax Collector J. R. Kelly said this
big done so that our annual
early blooms were killed. week as he announced that motor
Greens turnips, mustard and Candy At 'Toy Matinee' : Saturday Christmas Greetings issue will 'y w vehicle tagi will go on sale in his
reach readers before the '
cabbage '- -I
were damaged office Jan 2.
"pretty I on ;
the Christmas holiday on __4 _
severely" by the'cold, Huggins The Starke Elks Lodge will play by the Elks to collect toys to be 4 'u According to the latest information .

said but there are not any"'ex. host to Bradford County youngsters added to their Christmas basketsfor Wednesday.Since publication Is being : '- -, I Kelly has received a motor
tensive plantings of these crops Saturday morning with a the needy, and youngsters are vehicle will be eligible for the $5
in the county at the present pre-Christmas theatre party at requested to bring toy to be donated advanced two days it will be "P" tag if 51 per cent of both
for-aU items
time. news
the Florida Theatre.. if they can. necessary the mileage of the machine and

Plumbers in Starke were kept ."Every youngster the county "But regardless of whether or correspondence towns, from church surrounding and- w.' ,, ', the time it,is in use ,is ,within the
busy working long hours repairing -. is urged to attend this annual i Dot they bring toys. we want all ,' confines: of the farm, grove _or
water pipes in which ke event." J. D. Doyle, Exalted Rulerof of the children to be' sure ,and club notices, etc. to be In our woods and not upon the public
had formed and bursted'the : "' Doyle said. office not later than Monday .
met- the Elks;; said this week. come, highways.The .

he al. had One plumber reported that The program will begin at 10 A committee of Elks aided by that morning.'will have Items to received be held after until Welcome Christmas money was its present location. Receivingchecks Bishop Jr., W. H. Graham and A. i 'release J JI te/l tnat *all of
answered to
more than 40 a m. and parents are invited Miss Florence Jennings, Bradford received this 1 the ."thepublic
of these calls. their small children the following week. by group of men in, repayment for the L. Crosby Jr. Others not pktur operations on highways -

The cold wave did accompany movie. County youth counselor;' School We will appreciate the Cooperation Monday, afternoon when the money they had ,loaned for the ed who had loaned money for the i must be inc/dentgj to the
have at during, the farming "
"i one good effect th Santa Claus will be on band Supt. H. P. Morgan and membersof of all our correspondents Starke,American.Legion post paid project are (seat.ed.l-r) Guy Andrews project were John Crews, Steve Vehicles operations.used
Huggins said. It wm serye.te ug11.* for the festivities and will present the Welfare Board. Health and reporters in getting off the last of the l,568 in notes Carl Johns H.P. Morgan, Simmons A. J. Thomas Jr., B. T. in farm, dairy,
pulpwood or logging
0' cut down the insert and parasite each child,with a bag of sweets at Dept., and Ministerial'.Aas ., have their news items in as it had issued' about 18 months ago I George L. ,Patten, Jim Chasteen Thomas :Lumber Co., T. H. Slade, for the less operation.iareeligible

populations' that damage the the entrance to the theatre. been instrumental -. in bringing early as possible next Monday to, "1D&Dcthe moving'of the Legion and Kenneth Grider. (Standing) 'IL Latterman, Rotary Club, Fierida "P" tags 'if they meet expensive these

livestock and vegetable ( ps. The occasion will also be used about the program -. morning. building from Call street to, L. H. Gibson, T. A. Yawn, H. A.r Bank and Ben SuMowoi1. Kelly said.! re.quirements -

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r- I r II' lIllI" '" going on. 'deceased, late of said County to -
the County Judge of Bradford ,. oar
t eFlom ,
editorial r County at. his office in the.court "
T, Diary Alice and Sam to all bur house' of said County at Starke. -
Florida, within eight calendar ,-
good friends, we send our sincere months from the time of the first
i Sam !MeGarrey publication ,of notice. Each claim
f \ wishes for' a Very Merry demands shall be in writing, and. TREES
WWefecfedthe1 ;
Science Foci/if/ rit Christmas. 'J shall state the place of residenceand II
good hoe hand. We said that post office address of the _
claimant, and shall be sworn to by i "i> .
unsuccessful efforts of the United States we'd advertise her ability, as 'claimant.. Ills agent his -attorney :

Jojnatch the Russian achievements in launching lot of folks"are looking, ,for good IB Ctr JIOTICE i.it Court TO Bradford APPEAR ,so and filed any shall such be claim void.or demandnot a cash crop s
help today, but she said her feet C..f7 sNell R. Andrews, as admin- iI'
Brockets- and space. saTellites has caused the eyes Florida: In Chantrry. istratrix of the Estate of J.

of r'the American people to turn on the science are about giving her a fit now. John Karleen R. Reiland Guy Defendant.Case Guy. Plaintiff. vs. First W..publication Andrews Jr.November. deceased.8, 1957. Anferia'his many kinds of l land ,
a t
programs of the American school system to Xottte To Appear No. 12-451 12/13 4t 1/S -sOme best suited for cultivated
Visited with Ruffin ,Griffis
To: John R. Guy whose residenceand
find out why.- ,
.1 who lives over in Union County address is: 240 Drake Street I. Circuit 11OT1CIi.Court-AftKAB Bradford C ..ty, (crops like "com or cotton, some

And, 'perhaps, evidence pointing. toward the Well, folks around here are just across 'the 'river from Flat Wisconsin You Rapids, Wisconsin. Florida Ia Ckneery. best for'growing trees. Both kindscan
are hereby notified that
.J answer-lean be found right here at home in aliVe, but they're still shivering ,Ford. He said that at one time suit for Divorce, Care, Custodyand a Abbie Wilcox,Wilcox Defendant., Plaintiff vs. Sandy produce regular cash crops

our own Bradford County schools, evidenceof from the coldest weather seen therevas a battle 'fought there bas been control filed of against minor you child in the T. Ap eri Case .No. 12459ffotltc year ifter year. If proteCted.fromfir v.

which the sehooj officials have recognized around herein a long time. Drew when the Yankees came through above named Court and cause and To: Sandy 'Wilcox, whose residence and disease and barvested .' ..
you are required to serve a copy inserts
and become concerned about. Dukes over at Worthington said there yin a raiding party. of, is Fitzgerald, Georgia and ,
your answer or pleading to the whose address '
is General
Delivery. mfl-
of who have it was the coldest he can remember '* '. complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttor- Fitzgerald, Georgia. wisely!}, America's 461 '.
school the
Alumni the even ones ney Joseph K. Skipper, 221 Flora forest '
You are hereby notified that. of commercial
since 1939. Just "as they did in the Big ida Title Building Jacksonville a lion ACres
;ft6t befen : u't'.t o many ,years, 'can testify, that 2. Floridaand suit for divorce '
'. Freeze back in the 1890's the has been !_"-<* against you In the land will always"produce the r
science subjects have lost their :place 'of promi- file the original in the officeof abcve 'named Court and cans and
There was a. lot of damage to berries came through this last the Clerk of the Circuit Courton you are required: to serve a copy of wood this nation needs.
nerice in the school, curriculum, with the more or before the
crops and pastures, as well 'as to freeze in. good shape. As one 30 day of December .1957; TOUT 'answer or pleading to' the ;
Complaint on the Plaintiff's'Attorney '
social and the like the
generalized studies taking
equipment, including water grower said, "the cold flattenedout otherwise the allegations of said Joseph K. Skipper, 221 .r.rt
chief place of interest. pumps and water ,systems. Dam- the plants, and killed the Complaint ed by you.will 'be. taken as' confess Florida Title Building, Jacksonville r, ** -* ,

ere flee such subjects 1 chemistry and bloom and the fruit but the This, notice shall be publishedonce 2. Florida .
S'Y1i : as age to 'crops consisted mostly of each week for four and file the original In the office of

jahjrsics J 'were either 'nq; lred or strongly recom'mended greens and cabbage. plants. are, all right and they'll weeks .in the Bradford consecutive County- or the before Clerk '.of the the 13 day Circuit of Court January'on,

the"students, are now allowed to take come out of it o. k," Telegraph Dated this 26 'day of November, 1958; otherwise the allegations of
said Compaint will taken
them or leave ,them. And, :with the reputation J, B. Gaskins-: who lost about (1957.OFFICIAL SEAL) Confessed by you as

they seem to have acquired for feeing difficult, 15 .acres of greens and cabbages, Took a Yankee visitor over Charles A. Darby This each notice week shall for four be consecutive publishedonce DY LWOOD"lnc.
i said that the freeze "cleaned to the"Sink Hole near Brookerand Clerk of the Circuit ,Court
weeks in
most students choose to leave them out, with- By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk the Bradford County. Tel*

''out even, {faking} a taste to see if they would like house" for him; that although he was very much impressedwith f' 11/29 4t 1220In egrapb.Dated this 11 day of December, Jacksonville, Florida
'some of the get "the natural beauty of the 1957
'them.or: jiot.: greens may. the. Court of the ('oant, ,Judge,
through, they looked like a total scene. The water was much, higher Bradford County, Florida {OFFICIAL -SEAL) ..
Charles A.,Darby. .
With the decline in of, these sub- : In ProbateIn
prominence loss. than the last time we saw it. Clerk of the Circuit CoatBy SFf1PPING 5PUIPWOODTO,-- ,
Estate of J W. Andrews.Jr..
re: *
jects, the facilities.'for teaching them have also Deceased.To Marian U Crosby Deputy, Clerk. .
12/13 4t 1/3
'isli until at. Bradford High School at the Luther Hilliard All Creditors and Peraonr'lias- .
red was equally Noticed when going, by on the log Claim or Demands Against StAegis "* V* -ASo ,
present Jime f there is" no ]laboratory worthy oftle pessimistic about the damage.He Brooker road that the Mann ,Said Extatr.. .THE RIGHT POINT 'for the _
You and each of
name "and .very. ,, little,equipment with )which shook his head and said, "It's family bad cane grinding re-1. and ,required you to are presentany herebynotified way yo"o write.'Come in and :select PAPER O* COMPAflV 1
to conduct experiments for those few students the worst freeze that I can ever a claims "''and demands wbich '' your favorite)? ESTERBKOOK
cently. We wish we had been you,,-or either of you may have PENSACOLA '3ACKS6MVtoS .

whojare interested in these fields. remember. able to, get there while it was against J. W. the Andrews.'estate Jr.of, Fountain_ -Pen., TELBXJRAPH .. .. -

\Vhy ''ttiis 'situation come about? School _' .., L ", .. ,.
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In some places, however,' like
'Syptj .Ir armors Morgan\ it back ele-
says on the farm of Peach Crawford, .
.mentarYschool: and the .fact that most 'elementary the freeze did not do so much '

teachers are not scientifically minded and damage. He was gathering :l ...,.... ..,.,> '' ..r. i ".. ..a.-.,," 4.r+er5A.t',4'

'shy 'away from scientific matters. / greens after the freeze''and taking 'J -- ------ - '- .- ....

Within the past year a program has been them off to market last ,. v. ..... .

launched to combat this situation'and build interest ,I. weekend, and the greens looked

pretty good. .... .,
,among, teachers in the whys and ,
S a eWe I' \, .
wherefores of the things in the universe. .At. the ,. ..,, 'Y .. '- _
almost lost our water
first of the the elementary teachers ,
year were left
pump> Finnegan. We had the
absorbed }n a three ,day clinic, in which they water dripping the first night of ) ; ,

)ja\it c paten! in performing numerous simple xperinwnts. the freeze, and did not worry '7- J'" r 4 ._
,.,}fn subjects ranging from electricityto even; when the temperature went n .n ,. ,'-I..'

plant growth,. experiments which could later gown to 22 during the night. But ,

be in in the I : : ,
performed grade schools, and perhaps early morning the 'contact sr : >;E E.Ci'i :

kindle a spark of interest in science in the joints failed and with the current ---'- -" .. -- -," ..

1'tuqents. shut off the pump almost .

The school l officials have also expressed con- froze before We could 'get down 'J' ':.-

cern about providing more adequate facilities end let some water out of it. .
The next the
for the high school science classes. There is no night temperature ....
vent down to 18 and this time : -- ,
question that this is indeed a: (dire] need ,and we old Finnegan froze up partly and .... ... ',' "A- .

hope .it won't be too long before something is"d6rie Sam thawed him out by heaping' :: Ati ,,.y.;nCntqgH, ) ;/..' -'
about ih, ;Y,: .r.4Y4i.; n; .,),,, / .
some pine straw around the .. .. .
the downgrading}\ of science '.g4 n .,x :::1,:.
u which
subjects ump and setting the straw :;j; }y'C;}; { vwwm ,,.,raj ""

has taken place in Bradford High School isan if ire. Anyhow, we saved the ,

example of what has, taken place all 'over. the water pump but it, was a battle. : ,. .. .... ..... .... 4'I
.X ?2y a r' r,, a:;> ; .S/,
ouhti)' it is no wonder that we have been turn-! We heard of five water pumps .i + ". .,.'n' ...- ,.. -

fut out too few scientists. to meet the ,challenges! around our l section which. were -

of The modern world. We are thankful, enough, mined by the freeze; '..

though, that the school dalsJnstead, of making t .

Had a very nice visit with .'ri. :, 1..... i i 5: 1
excuses ,have recognized the inadequacy of : ; +} oAVv4i,1 C .G6 } tit tT
Drew and Myrtie Dukes,. who'jve ixa'>,rr, >/ka, x ...
the program here and have taken steps to do : /.tt :
over near : T.}
Worthington : : S)
something about it. We hope J hat: J will result Springs. Drew was telling US : ? .!Jrr.

in science. subjects again, taking theIr rightful some of the early history of the ix '<; ,... AA' :fI .\\. v e!
place in the school J l curriculum.
'ounty (his grandfather' ran the

historic Dukes Ferry) and ,he tiiYS; w.a,, :'Y c .trTi's?: .;-: t
( }, t? I'.. K'Ir:'' .' ; : .
# no ;
Mind Chewed us some Indian arrowheads a
Your AWnhe'rsFlorida ..
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.4."k .: ;;;ta 6a:::y:pY i. { :yy
and spear points he has .+. ,e4iS: i':: / t' ,
.dit?;r, S _.d
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'ound on his l land near the river. '"
of Commerce: spearheadedby
We had a lot of fun teasing
the State Chamber are preparing to .
Myrtie, after she said that atone
what they hope will be the most significant '
time she to be a .
very :
"friintl J manners" ., '
your campaign ever launched :al J.- 1
i in the Sunshine State. })t;
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According to Harpld .Co lee, executive vice .+ ., $t -,,'

president of the statewide group,. Floridian i ar .. ', ,. ---.
universally known as' courteous people, but thereis .'J

:always\ room for improvement. FAST

Some six million yjsitdrs, will be entertained J. ',

j mtFlopda' during the, corning, year, and while "-.....-.,....,"_...... N /-.:'.-..:

}here, ;will ,come into ,intimate contact with merchants .

utility workers, gas lilie station attendants
law: 1 ., .......... '
enforcement officials, restaurant, : .,

hotel p l, aricl mo'tel, employees, and countless others COURTEOUS. : L Jr

who 'serve: our tourist friends in various ::

capacities #

The Statewide campaign will get underway, -'

during the week of January 1 6-12 when local :

"Chambers of Commerce are urged to conduct SERVICEon .

"courtesy schools," inviting;all f service employes' .', "
to participate. "Be courteous" badges will be

worn, posters, will ..be displayed, and other efforts -

made to make Florida's winter visitors ., ...,. .i .

conscious of our efforts to be courteous in deal- a ...... ..- ., ...., .

ings with them.Governor .

Leroy Collins.will\ officially proclaim ,:>..-' .

Courtesy. jV'eek" and the mayors of all Florida '- ; 1..... ...h '- "'

towns and cities, will be ,asked to take similar K.ugk.w .. : v_ r :

action. The State Chamber has conducted cour- LOANSIIP & ,
tesy -.w-.t. 11.. i I
campaigns before and
so have local cham- .
bers, 'but this time more emphasis. to be ... t."' ....;"*: WJr.J- I "- .-. ,

placed courteous; the. on campaign the to visitors.If statewide.receives obligation the of being' '; good to taste, "In such good l t. .-.Coke- helps to make it "J.'.:':::: i iI

wholehearted TO : I .. --v:..,'
support that it deserves it will yield untold .
., .r I ,. F..,
m 'id nds of "
good will 'forthe entire state. ,

Starke should -te, e,especially eager to join in the c' '

"_ ind your )manners".campaign, since each year AMERRyCHRISTMASFORAWt : :.,: #:,err' F I

v-e' have the ,. .
opportunity to meet and greet more $600\\ : 'f; ,< '\':-r.'Y"i.":&: {-
tourists, coming into Florid'over U. So 301. It !K;* '!1'I ,
? : .
I : : 'f.o.;.:::
repeatedly been shown that just I ': ,l.Ar .,- :
one -
service station attendant, or one unpleasant : 4tffcd ,
police 'officer can undo in the -. "'U ': f -1* ,';.i-lrf.. "; .:> \
twinkling t ., '.. '
of ah'eye all the 'goOd relations l that :"Folks Find Us Friendly"LOCAL ;'-e't; ; -', -' ., ""'> ._ .r.-r.:; .. ... '
built :. t... have been" i .1 ..s.. .\ .. .. ',':",,_ ,:, i
up, over a period of .

.For; this_ reason, we ,hope that Starve and FINANCE i t ,' ;- ....,...',,\, ". :- '. x* :.,.f. -SV.{*:" ," I I I

Bradford County will : ,.
join 'wholeheartedly with ..: M. ;;\; .>
other j, -:;; :" ,1.; __ I
groups in the irid your manners" ", .. "*." ;:& *
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its .-. :"...,.
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FRIDAY, ..JEaMB.r20. ..1957. .. -f BRADFORD,COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAIN : : .. ..... "0 "
t ( ., I y. ". ... FEORJDA 1 *PAGfcCHURCH fF.
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kt f"?frnrrrrT?trvtrtLAWTEY< ;yy, Sunday. Cruce. ages 2 to 5 years are asked to The members of Antioch Choir' oa Sunday:: Baptism and toin-: .

Mr. and Mrs. '0. J. Phillips Mrs. Joyce Futch visited Mr contact Mrs.. Chandler or Principal furnished music. At 3 p. m. Sister -: munion \vere hot hvid bfcritisfe of
were in Jacksonville oh Tuesday L. M.: frox In ;'Bradfo'rd County Roberts for information. :Mary Neay of the Morning: the cold weather. B.w *$lpw wm

: '1 NEWS to fee* Mrs. ,Phillips'doct8rMrs.: Hospital ''On 'Sunday -aft tnOOn. Transportation' will be furnishedto Star,.Church of Jacksonville was I be baptised as soon is Itt

l I s1 Mn. Joyce T.lI'1rtcll' Phillips has improved greatly While there she learned 'that and from school. in charge. At ::6:45 Sister Collinsof warmer.,. He will also sing in the

., .&AA. &A 4lAA .i__ 4 and attended services .at ,First fors. Tube: Norman''was' also -patient Hampton Training School High Springs was in charge Choir of Antioch: bjr- special "'invitation
t ', a Baptist on Sunday, m this" iiospitaL The Christmas tree will be We wish to thank all who 'participated from the director. The

A lovely ,stork sh er.h\JI1or- .'Mr..and Mrs.,R. L.Bradtey: and Mr., and 'Mrs.. Bowell Yrevatt held on ,Friday morning at" the and made this program I next rehearsal.. will be Friday,
ing Mrs. ,Glenn Shuford visited the Smiths ahd'famiry, Misses '' 4., f ,"** ,.. .*
,, \was family R. L. (Mary Wilker SchooL! AU the children have a success. We raised a total of t January 3. .,

Method'Ghwch Presbyterian' Church held .at the thorny of. Mrs. Bryant near Keystone on Sunday.., .1 son. and Judy,Padgett'; :'and H: drawn names and expect to havea $i28.82.S 'I. Gladys Blye, reporter .; ._, 'r" ....... ......
Reddish on Thursday /eve ping. Mr. and Mrs D. 'J--Ballentine X \V Jlams were'in Lake Butler' joyful time. Principal Taylor .

*! indayCtalrth.School for 'all'e63,1:5 Sunday' -Church School for an Mrs.,Shuford receiyed. i any and family -of Jacksonville,spent fora fellowship meeting ononday and Mr. Jones, bus 'assistant, New Bethel Baptist Church, GASGIB- T NS

.1.1 etn. ,Dtrte4-Mite. Morning.Worship, I aes, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, I beautiful.and. useful 'gifts. '' The Sunday with Mrand Mrs. .D. G. evening.., will be, on hand ,and they invite Rev. A. Vinson pastor, held re- ', -

t15 for MYF' A Christmas Meditation a.m. I. hostesses, Mrs. Fred"Moore, )Irs. Wilkerson and Miss Gloria... Anderson Mr.: and Mrs.. Andrew Wilkerson -, other, parents to join them and gular services on Sunday starting -

'Worship m.'for-.Seniors Business' meeting and Inter-and I Youth Fellowships, ,carolling for Arthur Pearce, Mrs,, ,Troy Ben- .' ,: had' as Saturday.-guests their help make this a very merry with Sunday School. 37 -Bp-

tnediate MY ,:!B:45 pja Special shut-ins Christmas, 6 carols p.m. Evening with meditation Worship,,. net ,and Mrs. James. Waters, Miss Dorothy Swanbom went j sons,' .Wesley and :James, and Christmas ,party. Merry 'Christmas scholars were present. Let's BROWN

Christmas program,7:30,pjn.'Tie.'annualChristmas 730; pjn. served. refreshments to ,to the Naval Air Station: on. Friday their .fan\ 1es of Jacksonville.Mr. and Happy a New Year to torn this figure around next

; program ,There win be no week-day'meetings the following: Mesdames ;Mary and brought .her brother, and Mrs. Paul Dinkins' of I AlL Mrs. M. ,Taylor principal. Sunday and make it 73. Christ-
r wm be heldjpifonday'at''7 p.m. In during this week. A Merry Reddish,",J. Jones, Hubert; Priest, Arthur, home for the weekend.She St. Augustine were' weekend I Art DemonstrationsA I mas practice< time has been

ttfe 'irelldwfelsji. Hall Christmas to an. O. J.: Anders, ;John Shuford 0. and her mother Mrs.. -Agnes- guests 'of Mr ahd Mrs. P, L.; i series of'demonstrations! in changed from '5:30: to 3:30.: 'Mrs.P. .

A iiurseryifc.provided fOr pre-I J. Phillips", G.:; L.: Shuford! ",.Fay Swanbom, carried him tack on Dinkins and Freddy. Art Education have been held at I Marshall and A. Chandler in WS W S. :

school age xWIdren livery Sundayjojrning Lutheran .Services Durban, Richard Carter Charles Sunday. I >>: 'and Mrs. Woodrow Anderson Junior High School, charge. Reguar services will beheld

fprjgbjothjservices.Everyone ? : i Shuford Tom Casey, Sam Hicks, Mr..and Mrs. Edgar Starling of Arwdod and 'sons 'of Melrose Lawtey. Classes .included so f rare all day Sunday with Choir _l
is welcome to come 122. Washington St. Preston 'G'r' "en, Joyce Patch and Green Cove SPrings were Sunday Were ,Sunday guests of ':Mr., and
the 8th and 9th Nov 1
and worship with taught by singing, sister Lottie
: us. Miss Elizabeth dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. : Carl
Terry. Mrs. Carter and 'sons.
Regular: services, will be held 'i Mrs. C. Johnson, and 7 & 8 English pianist, Deacon Saul
:a' Ressie Anderson and family. .
Miss Elizabeth Tatum fof Unit I Keefe Harrell of Jacksonville
every Sunday afternoon at 2:30 taught by Mrs. D. B. Richardson.| '
-st? THE 45-
, HBOSPEI'rte TABEBNACLB"ii t oclock; Sunday School and Confirmation versity of Florida ;spent the Miss Mary, Ann Motes f UnI- was calling 'on friends 'here on (Class for exceptional children j Hankerson, president

classes, atr, 3 ,oclock. weekend with her !parents: Mr, versity .of ,Florida spent the Monday 'afternoon. taught 'by Miss Cromity were ,.Antioch Baptist Church Rev.
C-M: >rae w Tuesday evening De- The Rev. Myron 'G.,Mader, pastor and :Mrs.. T. W.- Tatum. ? weekend with her grandmother, :Mrs. Floyd Martin: and .son, given 'a 'special demonstrationon I George..Lee pastor held,services "Boy, look at that' Shiny car*-.
twnber' 24th at 7:30: 'P. M. 'to of The First Lutheran Churchof ,Miss Jackie Harley ..of Jacksonville Mrs. Effie Miner. She i her.sister, barrel, of Daytona are visiting making Christmas earrings "._ ,. -: .". must be one we polished I*" -;

2Hj=to the Christmas Pro- Ocala, will conduct the was the Saturday over- and. stepfather, Frank, ''Wells, her mothes;'Mrs.''Sam Hicks; and 'On Tuesday. These demonstrations i LLVc. Which just to prove -we

gramme to be presented then. services.All night fcuest of her parents ;Mr. visited her mother Mrs.. Frank Mr. and Mrs.. Glenn Shuford.' will continue ,throughoutnext dont robs goes
'4"h-i=ealSIngs and Recitations by persons without a home and .Mrs. H. C., Harley., I,Wells, wha, is recuperating Ray Reddish and Talmadge semester.On wash 'and a thing' '.hen wfc ,.-
'' church are invited to attend. :the home of Mr and Mrs. How Mullis Gainesville ; poUs1i-i git!
tbjfe Very young f oTksl Mrs. I* H. Hill has returnedto I : 0t spent the LeaVe
: =dSrumental. numbers, Congregational her home after a visit with I,;aid. ,Miner after a, recent oper-. 'weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bryant ,
.. ., Mrs. Florentine Williams Aloui
singing; and St. Mark's Episcopal her nephew, Hallie Jones and ation., '' .. ,_ Reddish.. Music Specialist, has been granted OlD
;fr==otes\ 'vocal); family;, In ,St ,Atognstine,,,. | I, Mrt and ,Mrs. Othma Norman Mrs. Hubert' Driest and 'family a maternity leave.-' She expects "
T*=HBHI' t Bolos Raymond MarBlata L. P..Rafuse.was givenfA surprise -!andjSon. spent Friday nigh 'and were "in Jacksonville 'on Monday I UQUID OR TABLETS SERVICE "ST&TIOtt
to return to the county inFebruary.
M! :=any: surprises Sunday Services-9:45 ,a.m., birthday party by.his family Saturday with Mrs. Bettie ,Johns. to see"a doctor for Loraine. odEswdttTokropCOli

A 6:,* cm Numbers'also. Church School; 11:00 am, Morning at..the.home of Mr.., and,Mrs. ,in Jacksonville. Mr. ahd ;;Mts. George Roberts Dinner -GuestsM6ther4iula MISERIES fcfCAUtt Standard 'Oil trbdncts

e -o why not hear again the Prayer and SermonHoly First 'San- Charley ,Bowen on. Tuesday.deve-, :Mr.-and.Mrs., Bud;.Carter t>fLake and! son,of Gainesville'were Suit- 'If lt1Sri''t'
Iwfct: that 'Communion- ning. /Those enjoying,,this lovely City were Sunday guestsof ''day dinner ''guests of his parents Bland celebrated VOOtJi4 RIXYCN6 407 N. mple..Ave.
never grows day 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday 'her .. .
? 75th birthday with a dinner .. .
bid.? affair were Rev. A. E. ,Masseyand the Oilier-Pick family. I Mr. and. ( 'Mrs.: t' W. ftdberts. : r -'VO"
7:30: a.m. _._.. ..
Dec. 9 at -at-Antioch-Bap _. N
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Remember. Gospel Tabernacle. Wedriesaay-7:00) p.m., 'choir family Mike,' Charles t and .Clarence Griffis entered Brad
WBfliy' Evening. Dec 24. Practice; 7:45: p.m., Litany 'and Shelia ,Norman, Mike ,Wafers" ford County- Hospital roe Sundae ;' CARD QF1tHANKStwishtdieJcpresslny tist Chu 'ch.'nt guests' included -:: or7' ;
'- fhanks for : Rev. George Lee, pastor, Clothhsg
Bible Study. Charley Smith. Mrs.. MAttie evening. : I S'"JREIJen'8
I ]I the 'Tciridrtesfc' aha c6nsideration :Sister Mary I De% FrazJer' Gertrude 1894
Other'meetinga and! Services by Carter and family, L. C, !
CHURCH UP GOD Mr.. and Mrs J L. Slide and I'shoWnto' me by dur friends and 'Carter Sister and Bro.. ..... ". .. ;
Sunday School io announcement. and tie, E.'C.Bryant.familX.'
a. m. Mornpjf family 6f Hartpfon.>? were 'weekend -
neighbors during the recent death'of Brown, Sis. Emma Williams and
Worship, ,11 'a. ts. Sunday Mr, and ,Mrs. George Gfiffis "g guests "of Mr. 'atld Mt. 'J; il my.U$8.ftd..IfS.Ro8e; Hal- fa and Mrs. : Andrew< i -
PESlTfeCOSTAL milyDel.
Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPE and daughter of .New': River, wereweeknd Q. Rosier and Miss TfrgffiiaNEWSOF salL Allen j. J."ViI '

mice ,Wednesday, '7:45: p. m CHURCH guests, of Mr.* and Mrs. 1. u ....J. 'I.. C -. T .... i.. '>,_ ... ., .' ,._. ._ "Mr."lir.ana and Mrs.llrs. 1'haFs Our Business
.. Hams Ro-
Pttyer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p.m. Sunday School,' 10 a. m.; MornIng Roy Griffis and Gerald .yyyyyyyTyyy.yyyyyyy.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
't blnsbtt Lucille and If It's Glass We H TI'III!
UWrrr' Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Mrs, Robert .Meyers,, and T6 t, -
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn services, '7:30: p. m. daughter and Mr,and ..Mrs. Nick COLORED Willie May Williams of 'Jackson CALL WRITE or.VISIT, -

fcg Worship. li a. m.YPE Serv- Wednesday Prayer Meeting Pope, and daughter of- Jackson- fctttZENS Of :BRADFORD COUNTY vb'le.Y. tlter' Bland. received

fce Saturday 7:30 p./a<.- ,I 7:30 p. m. ville spent' Sunday( with .'Mrs. many useful gifts. She was pre- Joe Peters: Glass r Co

'T' .- '. Mattie Carter and' family. Mrs. 'Bi Ozora 1./SNei1.w ..' '.* sented a beautiful..birthday cake '

Meyers and daughter remained . by the members of the church. FOR ANY '' NBm
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Hear TONY GONZALEZ Preach! for a longer visit... T-----------------, Church NewsBethlehem We Design Modern Store Frosts
I Mr.tl.ftd Mrs. D. B. Thomas Christmas' Program Tonight served by, the 'teachers in,1feu Freewill Baptist
Just Mail Us A Pattern
You Have Heard Him Jlxalt Jesus In SongS and family were in Jacksonville The faculty and students of of the i 1a'r.1oId "mflk'at ranch Church, Rev. L. McKay pastor foe
Sermon RJE elementary school will present Hme. We'w' sh toTuSe'this mettod held service 10 Tops ,
Now You Can Hear Him Do Same In on Saturday. Cecil an'd Stanley regular on Sunday. 1313 !
!their 'CliristtnasrBgrattr! to N.W. 4th PL GaiaesYffle Fla. Phone FR.2453r
McKinney came hOMe with'them to thank all patrfifts.arid'frfendscJOurVcWbl The women were in charge all ., -- .
-. -. night. It Win}M &ithfe fonn 6f "
11 a1.M. 1:-30 P.M. for 'visit. for .the Veryfinecwperation day starting with Sunday School.
a an elementary cantata "featuring .
i Mrs. Leon and andher ."We have received Supervisor Shell spoke on this '.
-Starting son
singing and speaking. The underlying -
First Baptist Church Hampton I mother, Mrs. Martin, of theme depicts the birth during' this part Y>f .the school subject: "Mary the Mother of
terin mid rwMl tor'ea& of youa Jesus: The Greatest Woman."
Logan County Ky. were Friday of Christ ,and events and circUm- MadisM Street ChurchPresently
overnight guests of Mr.. and Mrs. stances in connection with His ,J' }ful 'Holiday Season and Baptist

,Sunday School 10 A.M. ; Wilmot Starling and Miss Pa- birth. Teachers participating are: may the Peace 'of God be 'wfth

Training Union "6:30: P.M. tricia. t. Mesdames .Lee, Moffett, Lennon, you all f re"Wr.D.. B. Jackson; WEAK ( Meeting Washington Grand Sts.)'

Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Rauler- Jenkins, Williams, 'white, Royal teacher:: ; Mrs.' ''S. C. Price, ,. prin :
"Hour., of Potter" = Wed. 7.30 P.M. son of Lamont spent Tuesday Prof.Greene, and Mrs. M. L. Paul, cipal. from.affer-Teffeets of Good l Singing Forceful Preathing

Fade and with Mr. Coordinator in charge. The 'program "'Mei 'Oa c School 'Program
Marvin E. Pastor" night Wednesday EACH LORD'S DAY ..
and Mrs. Ernest :Raulerson: and promises to be interesting The Christmas program for COIDSFLUVIRUS .
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11 r daughters: ..*, and delightful. 'The music wilLhe Wateroak.:tcho Ql"wilJ be, held' on

L Mrs. ..Lois'Hlnson :and son of furnished by O. R. Shell, snper- Friday 'tedrnftg at the' school Sunday( School -_______________ '9:45 AM.! .

Jacksonville were "the weekend visor, assisted by: Mrs. M. J: aecotkling'to a ='statement from' SORE, THROAT. ? Morning Worship __________ -_11:00 AJK. _

guests of Mr. and Mrs. :E. 'C. White.and the There is -no admission is invitedto fee Pnhcfp'al M. E.."Rob i .,-All Parents -
FiRsT BAPTIST general public
: CHURCHSTARKE Johns and Ronald KunbrelL -iltt nd. and friends 'are invited tohear Build up strength Training Union __________-_______ 6:15 P.M.

Mrs. Ray Ackers and son t>f Schools Closed ,,, the cfiildreh and 'share In fast with NEW SUPER. Evening Worship _______-',--_________ 7-So 'PJft.
FLORIDA Haleyvffle. Ala. are visiting her All the public schools of Brad- the "goodies and 'the' Chrtstmas Prayer Services. & Business Meeting, Wed. '1ab 4'.DT.

-.., .. parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Charley ford County will close on Friday. Tree. Mrs. Amandalehe< Chandler i MwaHMMMiM M i l MM M

REV. LEWIS D.BAINES, Paitor Bowen. Dec. 20, and will re-open c'n Mon- is Thenew :assistant 'of 'prf fPaIRo Visitor Neighbor .Friend invitation
Mr, acid M 'S. Clifford Johns day, Jan.6.. Parents are asked to, 'she is in charge of the
Jefferson JDd Court_Streets In The Heart of Town and family of Jacksonville visited observe these "holidays and ,see preschool group and assists with To Worship In Starke's Youngest Church

-Phones Office 234 -Pastorium -130SBednq'serMOffi the Earl Mosleys on Sunday. that children' do not leave home tilehot ''!t nch 'program. She is
Nursery for all
.i. *' .. i ,- -. '-fr., andMrs.. Leroy .Priest ,of enroute for school while it is'clos I a 1955 graduate 'it'"RJE High TODAY'S'-SOPER TONIC open services Room for -all.

South 'Carolina are visiting I:School and played outstanding
: 11:00 A'.M.: ;-: 8M P.M. and Mrs. Guy Futeh and Mr'j f ed.Heroines Meet i guard onAe balketbair 'teaht:. LARGE'SIZE $169i REV. 'JACK H. MABRY; JR., Pastor
Sunday School 9:45 A. l. -.Training Union 6:45 P.M. ,
They 'all 'visited Mr. and The regular meeting of the She is the daughter of Mrs. ,.EasleY' ; u M
, ., JMfdweek Service Wednesday, ''7:30 P.M. Henry Cassels at Loekloosa on Heroines of Jericho was held at of 'Sor'Starke and the wife I". -'Also'Ovbilahle l in Pf T. NOLIN, Supt. Sunday School'Odt .
: .
I Masonic hall Wednesdayat + ,
Sunday.W. the on o foJ'that stellar, basketball player Odiy-to.CQfty cops u lei, 4'JHUNDREDS

'Hear .;the "'Sunday! Morning Service over WDVH -0* J. Wise of Opp, Ala. 'is which drew time names the adults' for a giving d'j juveniles ;'Moog; Chandler} parents J'wishmg .!_*.rw-.r.0A....CM.

q'l1'aa./ Regular.Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sandal.4ib't visiting hIs son, Ralph and 'fam-I I Christmas,gifts at the party which. to-enroll-. .their. children. from.
ily. will be held oh Monday, Dec. 23. -
Jimmy Eunice arrived home, did '
All members who not attend rrrf ?
Saturday for a vacation with his this meeting and plan ,to attend ;}]
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h' o. parents, from :Middle, Georgia the'party: and Christmas tret-:are \V eIjGPGr!
College, Cochran, tla. asked to bring 'a'gift anyway,*s >
Mr. and ftrs. Johnny -Agair a'ntemberwnl''be'.there; 'to receive hi "of"details are managed ancl.economically
** and daughter of 'Jacksonvillewere it 'and you in turn will get;-on ..v i 8t .. attended that 'only a trained and

ry Sunday guests of Mr. aid Most Ancient Matron Sophia Royal v CtoIte1p e.U'eful'orgariiZ tion can attend when

l. I Mrs. Howard -Norman, and Mrs.' :'is all,- members.-complete1> cooperationof aA T i. the urgent seed for serving is at '

WM i RADIATOR{ SHOC J.Mr S. ,Norman and MJrs. Robert "Carftoh Dell. ChapterlMeetinr.The Dell : of.the'Eastern; Pb1i1YhO1dbIS'" I ::: :::::::::::::::::.::..:::::; ::: ;.,,:.:.:.*;:::?.::&:&:::::&::::: p h&D4. ,.
and, family of Jacksonville... 'spent, Chapter :: .. .., % ::::-::::;::;::::?.::::::'.::::::::":::::::::::.-:;.:::;;;
Star will-hold regular meeting.tonight 4 ,
lira. 'jrG -- --
Saturday with Mr. and k$ who have bought policies can count'-onlSs giVe -- '
with Worthy Matron June,, ? De W'ITT 'C JONES
Dave Tour Radiator decked And Frank Crude and attended Ifaeir insurance nee .
ds'\op. otity. Whatever the
: S. Mitchell in charge. The meeting pr emer- :.......
And-Freeze Installed funeral services. 'for .Mrs. Lula I is scheduled'to.open at '7,pin. gency-fire burglary 6r, auto ;aC Td nt-;.e respond to -a.... Plfafie. t Stirke'Fli.AnbBlaⅇ "' .,

... Cruce. i and last'for one hOur, if the meeting ty our call with swift efficient service. .Director. -
Mr. and Mrs. ,L.M. Fox .announce starts on time. Rev. Damon I fimfe
General Check-Upfot: ; W/fttef '-- the arrival of. a '.son, Dettfcour'Worthy: t n. -fc3or-: r "J; ?. Idb'al: "M Ibitl'trome enables u to offer coaTesteUMertfcei 'i \

Clifton Edward 'on 'Thursday, mation has been received by the HAROD) 1 WAIl AGENCY sot/ctiiwrwlwFonend &Ta11abl..
EXPERT Alfro REPAYS Dec. 12, -at Bradford County !secretary -co5icernfii'g--the -charter.! ; -. '
EVERY CUSTOMER MUST BE SATISFIED Hospital I All members are urged to attend : "INSURANCE .SPECIALISTS" -"" l-' "' ; :" ,,' I." !If',.. rI" ... '

.'y -, .' The Joe IShuford family of St. I'this'Iftjfortant :Itteelmg. : 260 "E., Call Street Phone '146 : W. fnn& fee' ill he4 type terrtca lit ktost prWs, ..

Corner 'Or3. tie} Street and Edwards Road Augustine 'were -" -weekend guestsof Basketball Tfignt: CaB( Harry abb, 536-J ioidpt; bit Wo insurance pcUcy :m force, .lasted try ,ANT

.' PHONES: DAY 471-W NIGHT *71-J' Mrs. ,John Sh ford and Dave. The, i\JE\ Tigers chalked up gtarke;; Florida .' 'cidyIy, u payment !a pan er fit foil oacizrlgs s ft> i. ;.

Deepest sympathy is 'eiterld their first victory' of ,the season ... t.u !L"'nJ *T"'V5f *3 \fl 2SQO O, alga: 10,ebUpUl&cI? .....
by, defeating ,the; LinCOIn High -1
j to the relatives of Mrs. Lola .
i : '. r ,
I Cue 'an& Mrs. "Edward"Whelanin Terriers 46 to 48.The Tigerettes '
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the recent 'loss 'bf their loved were, not quite *so ;luckyhaving '- '- '-

L Now Equipped; To Deliver lost ty'a margin'Of 20 points. On ( "'

ones.Mrs.. Hattie 'Darley, 'Miss Sina Tuesday: the teams "played,. 'A. 1 ? .; Jul11 (l.'v ;
<: School :&achua. 'N.
Prescott and Joey Bennett spent L. Mebane High' in vv'n1?

last week &aytona with Mr. "On Thursday nighV-at 8..p._ ewVi: ; r .. .\J
KEROSENEANYVHEI and Mrs. George Lastinger. Mrs. inn 'the return; game will"be play t;; .. -., .- ., \ ,, 4
Buster Bennett .went, down ,for ed' on Dec.the'20 RJE the court; will Friday r ihtn .clitclt NbW on lowCostth0 : a.to- ::; ..
the weekend, and was met there night Tigers play : :.
MSton: HIgh Schdol! 'Crescent t'

.. _' I': IN THE by Mr.her and'husband Mrs. 'David from Titusville.Moore of City. Die'to general attend ,public these ,Is games invited ,'- ';..cIn. .t FLORIDA. Hctlontel- f '<. ). ::./. :.: '

Jacksonville visited the Fred L' .; ''
Watch the Tigers work their way .' _....
-AREA Mdores oh Saturday. to class, -an" championship.:'Thefirst' 'P'-C ':: Our low-cost auto financing'may '
IIWTEYt ., Mr. and :Itrs. O. J. .'PhillipS ; save you more than one month's payment on you*! .
they won was againsta
.. game
.j- ...." .' had as' guests during the week:' class "A" team but will count ... McN1l'ioon. ... new car. You may also select yourown.insurance. agent and finance the=remluniV
end Mr. and leis Simeon Phillips
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-F:4T. '( YR.f:EOUS. SERVICE and "daughter, and- {Miss drilling Coaches the Butler'aM'teams daily Shell so that-are '. V if you wish.. Stop in today'and ,feet 'the facts, on how you can finance -yeiir -' '

: DebbielndnTps 'St Palatka, and .
you will. 'get, a_ thrill_ on every with Florida Bank
PIP new
WE GIVE S&H 'GREEN 'STAMPS Coleman flips" 'at: Waldo.. pmY. car. a., at Starke auto loan. '-,.*j
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... Miss, Betty 'Crawford Jack Thnnton School News t
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"' "o sonville the ,
spent ,, weekend with ,Last Thursday was "recorded" FLORIDA;

: ( ) $ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack as "one "of 'b\ir coldest flays &t < 1.. Bank :

; _, Crawford. They; carried ,her back school, fortunately "we had biensupplied .. '" -..,. ... ....27.-u.s, 'lIAftONM' ...... r .
on Sunday and visited 'with Mr. ; ..t Stark
: with plenty IgbMfoel t gg
.. jiLA1i.D-BIICOM t PHILLIPS. '-STATION add ""Kris ''firwln Muse and 'ri0d "ty the'' oard Of'Public i fes -- .'''i','''-' -''' Jol'
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'lGlr.'taid Ulrs. 'fehSHes Staringand &rtfctftn! aSid' ie''chfldren"were *

LAm Y -PiONe 2662' .family visited Mr. bnd s. soon very warnffclna ISolSftorlaKe' ; ; t- : -'.",. 0/.. .. .,. ., ..
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Cecil Hardee-in'CaHahan '
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Held In Jail i r. .-. : .- -. Two InjuredIn Prison Inmates I Musical Program I''Senior' M therE. .

To Present Yule SERVICEMEN Given At Rotary : Set Turkey ShootThe

i Cantata Monday A musical followedby Senior Mothers'. Club will

Red / Here Mrs. Auto Wreck exchange of gifts and "per- .sponsor a turkey shoot Saturday,

LJg/it ,. Inmates of the State Prisonat 1 sonal poetry," highlighted the :'Dec. 21. at the Perry Kite Farmon

Raiford will present, their an- Rotary Club luncheon Wednes SR 100 south of Starke.
j A man traveling: through Starke A woman. and an 11-year-old ,
Pellum tWins nual Christmas Canata on Monday The shoot will begin at 10 a.m.
arrested for girl were injured Wednesday
Monday Dec. 23, at '7:30 p. m. in day.Mrs. with the Senior boys" and their
a red, lighf and held in jail for night when the-car ,in which L. J. Green the club
'the All Soul's Chapel, Rev.. J. T. fathers in charge.
several hoprs when he failed to they were riding overturned'near pianist, presented a program of

post the required $12 bond. : Kingsley. ,Lake. Tompkins, chaplain, announced Christmas music featuring

The man George Ciancio, faced t The' girl- :Janice Tucker, this' week. Misses Mara Payne and Glenda I Class ,ReunionThe '

three daysafter: he pleaded guilty suffered" possible 'fractured Bethlehem," by Clifford De- comp sed of 'Kenneth Tyus, Bradford High School Sen-

T. Jackson in Archie Green, Mara Payne, and tor'Class of 1949 will hold its second -
before Mayor W. nose, lacerations of the marest is directed and performed -

Mayor's Court Monday afternoon. Four-H face and abrasions. entirely by' inmates and is Marcia Miller.Rotarians 'class reunion in Starke on

Ciajicio told the mayor he had 'The woman, Miss Doris Stew- under: the 'supervision of Rev. are reminded that Friday' night, Dec. 27, for alumni
and their husbands, wives, cr
only sufficient funds to meet his art, suffered a:lacerated left arm Tompkins.: due to the fact that Christmasand
dates. Dinner will be served at
traveling expenses and could not Alumni and abrasions of the face, arm i The' public is invited to attend New' Years both fall on : the American Legion Hall on

'pay the $12 fine. After he had and hand. the I Wednesday, the regular club
presentation. North Temple Ave., at 7:30
been returned to jail however, he The, Bradford County Hospital meeting day, there will not 'bea
o'clock $1-50 plate
paid the $12 and left town. both in $ : until per
Award reported good, conditJon.9YYY.Y. i regular meeting Wednesday and money must be in by

Ciancio had been arrested by MillerReelected Jan. 8.Assault. Saturday, Dec. 21, to Kenneth

police officers C. R. Tillman and .. .....Y! r Grider Box 82, Starke.

Cornelius Moore for running ,the : :.
I LONG ChargeJennie
red light at the school house. The Cattlemen Head ...(2.s'-w. ,1..aaea'I-i-- ,

defendant testified that he had AND NEW'RIVER Parker, a Negro Woman W.C.T.U."HE'WHO .
Arthur T.: (Butch) Locke is
been driving slowly and watching Mrs. F. J., Pellum (left) has adult leader for the Starke senior was charged'with this week
children but the presently stationed with the U.
'for did not
been awarded the county and 4-H Girls' Club. Her interestin Mrs. E.' .AppAAAA&AAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAA The Bradford 'County Cattle- with aggravated assault on FEARS CRITISISM: IS
light in the center of the road. S. Aii Force on overseas s duty in
state 4-H Alumni award for 4-H goes 'further than this in men's Association! meeting' jointly another woman, Eliza Lewis. HOPELESS. ONLY' THOSE

:'i never dream<1 of seeing 'alight 1957. This award is made to that she encourages all young With the Farm Bureau at the TuBlog: Turkey; He will be unable The Lewis woman accused the WHO DO THINGS ARE CRUI-
declared.I Mrs. Mann and childrenof to be'home for the holidaysand
at street level, he Agnes i
i honor former 4-H club members people with whom she has worked Brooker s hool Friday night unanimously defendant of forcing her way CISED. THE IDLER IS LOST
Mrs. Tillman verified that Cianck Ocala last Saturday would appreciate hearing
whose accomplishments follow for the past 12 years as a re-elected Millerto into her house and threateningher SIGHT OF
> had been driving slowly, but with.her. parents, Mr. and Mrs.: Pat from' his friends at the follo\\' ngaddress' with a 'rifle in a disputeover EVENTS, BUT THE DOER IS
ing 4-H club membership teacher in the Starke Elementary
exemplify -
'serve another term' as president -
said that a child was in the cen- Arthur T. Locke
Lester J hns,. 'enjoying "a good : A-2C' a boy friend. WATCHED AND CRITICISED.TO .
ter of the road the street.In effective community leadership School. She has ,two daughters of the 'organization.J. .
crossing ole hog killing day." AF14602213, Box 277, Det 1, Bond was set at $500. HESITATE FOR FEAR OF
public service, service to and a son who have been
other cases, two Negroes, R. Wainwrlgnt was elected Tuslog, APO 324, New York N. CRITICISM LOSES THE BAT-
Nick Stone and Fred Blocker 4-H Club work and success in active in 4-H work. One daugh- Mrs. Jessie. Lee Lazenby of and Hug- .,. .
vice-president TilE DOERS
George Y. TLK, WHILE _
and their chosen ter Patricia is the treasurer for Homestead, .and Mr. and Mrs. I IWayne" ConcealedVeapon
pleaded guilty to fighting career. gins, secretary treasurer. Doyle MARCH ON. TO,VICTORY.:'
were sentenced by Mayor Jack- Mrs. Pellum was a club mem- the State Girls" Council this Joe .Lazeriby of, Lumberton, N. Conner' was' named- state director (NATIONAL VOICE.)

son, Blocker receiving a penalty of ber for eight years while attend- C. were guesU ,of. the Fonle to of A charge of carrying a concealed
year. serve as representative
$42 fine and a suspended 30 day ing school in Lee County and Crews: family last weekend.We weapon was placed this
In photo, Miss Dorothy Ross, the Bradford group 'at state week, against Norman Jackson,
.jail term and Stone being sentenced for four years in college. Since welcome Mr. and, Mrs. I

to $100 or 20 days. college she has been active in Home Demonstration Agent, examines Harold .Shiver and sons,. Richard meetings. r a Negro. FOR DEPENDABLE
Elected to the Board of Directors ,
According to testimony from church and civic affairs.At certificate with Mrs. and Billie,' of Palatka, who; .have Deputy Sheriff Riley Sweat
several other Negroes, Stone a were Z. W. Hamilton, V said he found a .32 calibre pistol -
present, Mrs. Pellum is an Pellum. come to live ,in our community. Control
newcomer to Reno, had picked an n home R. Ferguson, Titus Olson, A. H. on Jackson 'after the Negro Termite !
They have ,built a pretty
argument with Blocker in a Reno TTTTYVTYTYYTTTTiSTATE yy.. Harley 'Jr., and Frazier Shaw. had been arrested on a charge, of .

,establishment and later had Services Held near Lqng Bridge.Mr. .. Reporting on' the recent State fraud of food.LAWTEY O Household ft CommutUl
., and Mrs. Sampson Johnson
,threatened to throw a can of gas- Cattlemen's Association meetingin Peat Control

oline on Blocker and set him afire. FARMBy For E. J. Whelan of Gainesville visited 'Mrs. Tampa, Conner said that the CHURCH OF CHRIST

'Stone denied these accusations, Albert Moody last Sunday. Mrs. 0 Grove Spnyisj
saying that he was carrying the Airs. J. G. CaldwelI4AAAAALAAAAA4AAA1aAAA4 I Mary snowden' went home with state group had adopted a resolution ': (presently meeting City Hall)

Funeral services for Edward opposing; Gov. LeRoy Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m.. CUTFB. 64025
,can of gasoline to help start a them for a few. days visit.
John Whelan 82. of Lawtey Collins proposal, that land be as-
etalled truck.Nathanfel Mrs. Emily Moody had a very worship, 11 a. m.EveningYoung.

McAlister, a Brooker Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pace spent were held at 2 p. m. .Saturday in pleasant surprise last Tuesday 'sessed, at 100 per cent of its people's Bible Florida Pest Control

Negro, pleaded guilty to improper Sunday in Jacksonville visitingMrs. the. DeWitt C. Jones, chapel at night when her 'son, Chester value.: i study, 7; preaching, 7:30.
Starke with the Rev.. Lewis The' Cattlemen's felt Wednesday-Bible study 7:30 I & Chemical Co.
passing and was sentenced to paya Pace's brother-in-law and Moody, and family. of Keystone group II I > '

fine of $27 or serve five days. sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hag- Haines officiating. Following the Heights, and her two sons, Joe hat such apolicy, could put the p. m. 24 N. W. 16th Are

Persons forfeiting bonds included good. : services the body. was cremated.Mr. and Albert and their families, landowner and cattlemen out of Radio programStation GalDeI! Yn0, Florida

Jimmy Hall Kersey, $37, on a Guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D.: ,Whalen a retired accountant who live here surprised' her, business,. Conner said, because WRGR Monday, 6:3.0 a. m.
of Law -I
charge of reckless driving: Audrey Starling during the weekend died. at .his home Thursday with a delicious birth4ay dinner, hey ould not pay the high tax- Evan' Massey

Kiernan $37, speeding; Raymond were their son-in-law and daughter morning following a brief illness. with lots of good eats, birthday I es that would result. tey recently 'completed eight 1

Mietkiewics, $37, speeding: Char Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Red: He had 'been a resident of Law- cake, and. ,all the trimmings.It Even, if the millage were reduced weeks of Infantry basic trainingin SeDIt Rent ft Trade

les Howard Tapp. improper pass- ding and little grandson Davidof tey for the past six, years moving Mrs. Moody's 77th birth- proportionately, the cat- the 2n was '
ing, $27, and Ann Gould, $12, running Ga. Col. Robert
there from Chicago.Mr. lemen would still Wildwood.Mr. day anniversary, and we wish opposed
a red light.A Commander TELEGItAPH
case aganst Nick Mike Joseph and Mrs. G. E. Crews had Whalen was a member of her many more. .! the: reassessment, Conner said, J. McBride.announced.Regimental %TO A CLASSIFIED

i as weekend visitors their 'the Congregational Church of Erie" and because they felt that the mil ,
charged with speeding was son, Mr.,.and. Mrs. Moody
postponed until later after he requested John of Monticello. and their Chicago, and also belonged to family of Palatka- 't :were" -weekend age would"again begin to creep Massey, 18, is the son. of Mr.
the palace Lodge Number 765, and burden them with and' MrS:A:: E.'M sSey. SO WORDS OR LESS Ou lasertloa (Mlaluvat Charge) .71
son-in-law Lt. Cmdr. L. M. up high -
. an opportunity to of the_ Seeber Moodys. '
appear guests EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 -_ -.. ____. 4c Per W.ri
and contest his case. Francis, who flew down from F & AM, and the Palace Chapter Elson Brannen of 'Lake City taxes. While a member. of .file 2nd 20.% DISCOUNT REPEAT INSERTIONS SAllE AD

f '.'jJJonds were refunded to Wesley Washington on Friday and returned Number 264 Order Eastern Star visited his sister, Mrs. Smith Conner said that the cattlemen Regiment, Massey received 25e: ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS .OR ADS NOTPAID lit ADVANCE.

Cook of Starke and Glynn Mark- by air on Sunday night. ,both of Chicago. Johns. 'last Sunday. Saturday felt that the_ land values todayare training )inline basic 'subjects.WRGR I .

ham of Gainesville after MayorW. his wife inflated values. DISPLAY _______ $1.25 Per lack
J.! Lucian Conner and son j Surviving are Evelyn guests were Mrs Thelma Bran- CLASSIFIED First Iistrtloa

T. Jackson- found them both Douglas, were in Sanford on jI I Norstadt Whelan of Lawtey and I I non of .Lake City: and Bill Bran- Conner also reported on. the I ftl.00 PER INCH FOR 4MB AD REPEATED ONE OR MORE TIMKS

not guiltyof failing to yield the Saturday visiting Sen. Bill a sister, Mrs. Margaret Wishart non of Tallahassee. discussion of the screwworm fly :. CARDS QPTUAK (tP. T..M Wrds) _____ ____ .:...

,right of way and causing an ac of, Chicago. and eradication which was OVER 50 WORDS --' -------------- 4 Ceat's' Per Word
''Seeber MoodyErle Moody ..
cident. Gautier. 1490 K'C"- PHONE .50O
Moody' ErIe's' 13 held at the state meeting, stating \ AND RESOLUTIONS __.,__ 4
Wesley ( year MEMORIALS Cents Pe Word
Cars driven by the two men Mrs. R. S. Rosier; who is employed 'STARKE,. FLORIDA ,
were : Airs. Lula Cruce old '"son) went',deer, 'hu tingat, that the recen cold'weather has Station
involved, in a wreck at the by the Florida Correctional 'l'be"lualc"1e News i 'I
Camp Blanding last week; and arougnf about ah l altim"e "to NEED TIRES I FarM Home aad BB.!BM Property .
intersection of Water street and Institute for at in StarkeMONDAY "
women ride.
I Get them now, pay as you Free Of em LI.tl...
Brownlee street. Lowell, spent the weekend with Dies At Age 89 Wesley killed an eight 'point the program. Ask for our easy budget terms. Joaale Haasea, Representative
buck.' Shame on Dad and the After the cold wave, Conner TimD ,FRIDAY. [Lacy Conway Sales and Service, P. O. Box SOT '- Starke. Fl.
her daughter, Mrs. Clarice Thomp Union E'Us Station, Starke, Fla. S mi. S.351 Paeae WaUHOkart .
others of the party. Bet t eydon't said, the flies have probablybeen ttchg 8-2S31
Starke Man OkayedFor Mrs. Lula Cruce, 89. of Law- 6OQ'Sign on and News ,
son.Mrs. take Welsey along next killed down, to about Or-
A. C. Belche and son tey died at New River Thursday 8:05 Starke Wakes Up PLASTIC SEAT; COVERS for ail SEE THE MEW RCA COLOR TV at
Army Course i time. Oh. 'I 'forgot, to say-the lando, a circumstance which 'First ,Edition (news) makes and model autos $%1.5 Shepherds. tfchg
Fred are in Albany, Ga. visitingher afternoon of last week while visiting 7:00 and Installation free at
-- up.
others killed. nothing. greatly simplifies the eradication ,
Eugene Tanner of Starke has'ocently'tiken' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. friends. 7:15 Starke! Wakes. up I I Shepherd's. tfchg WAITRESS WANTED -Apply in
Glad .hear that Mrs. Vivian
to program. person B & G Truck Stop. tfcb*
of thermy's and Mrs. Donald Turnage. Mr. 8:00: sports SALE 8 8 T 16 Concrete .
advantage Mrs. Cruce was born at Otter Parker is back FOR x
the'pastor'swife Up
: and Mrs. Turnage have announced 8:05 Starke. Blocks 18c each. FOE' yard. Mor- FOR SALE-Used 21 inch TV' only
Technical School pro- Creek on Jan. 9, 1868 and wasa home again: and feeling much Sent To Hospital 9:00: News & Betty Grey Show tar Mix. Cement, Sand. Steel.and $9995 at Shepherd's Radio and

gram by .applying for and receiving the arrival of their second. member of thE!! Baptist Church. better. We have missed her at 10:00 Sweet Music Show. & Aluminum concrete.Windows.Bradford Also ready En- TV. tfch*

approval for attendanceat little son on Dec. 9. The young Surviving are five stepsons, church very- much. t Instead Of Prison News .(hourly)'v mixed fdneerlns Co., Phone 94. tfchg I FURNISHED APARTMENTS at reduced .

a 33week course in radar man has been'named Thomas.Lt. Frank M. Cruce of Lawtey; 12:15. Second Edition (news) loan for monthly rates for couples
and Mrs. Claude Johns Jr. Franklin J. who has WE HAVE a new program or with one child. All
Coleman convenveniencee. -
repair. This course is conductedat :Music Show 1 to 6
Leonard H. of Starke, James ,12:30 Sweet farmers. Loans of. years Close In. W; H. Noll-
Fort Bliss, Texas and teaches and little son, Michael Raymond, and Dock, both of Orlando, and Chasteen Speaks "T: admitted stealing: a car in Starke News hourly ). 3..I for the of entire the farmer credit and his requirements fam.- man, 228, W; Madison- St. Starke.

,testing, inspecting, and main. of Dayton, Ohio are visiting Lt. William Cruce of Tampa; and At FFA Meeting. '7'. recently, last week, was ordered 3:00,Mon., Bing Crosby: Tues.,'I ily. Gainesville Production Credit tfcbg
Johns' Mr. and Mrs. committed to the State Hospitalat ,Wed. Dinah Association CO North Main
parents, ,
tenance on various types of a step-daughter, Mrs. Lillie day, Guy Lombardo; Gainesville Fla. tfchg HERE IS TRULY the sift for a
Claude Johns Chattahoochee instead of be- Sinatra; lifetime a gift that helps develop
radar equipment. Sr. Zoucks of Tampa. Jim Chasteen, Starke feed Shore;.. Thur. Frank: the habit of success for-

3!. Sgt.vDenton Gaster, Army Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kirtsingerand Funeral services held dealer, presented a .talk at the ing held. to answer the criminal Fri., Gene A stin. T T WHEN IN NEED OF school and career year World J

recruiter for the Starke area, son Rodney went to Panama the were at I meeting of, the Starke Chapter counts: 3:15' }Ion: Glenn Miller,.Tues., Book interest in, the home creates excited Inspires
in TOP SOIL learning
graveside Sapp Cemeterynear encourages -
states that this is only one of City and Chattahoochee Friday FFA. ,on the advantages of the Circuit Judge George L. Pat Kaye Starr; Wed. Lea Brown; confidence. Benefits will be

the nearly 20JJ technical school night to spend the remainder of Raiford at 2 p. m. Saturday pig parlor program. .. ten _ordered the commitment Thur.', Jo Stafford. ; Fri, Judy FILL DIRT Nothing seen and else felt for ,years to come.
with the Rev. A. E.. Massey of you might choose can
courses offered by the Army to the week with Mr. and Mrs. :This is a new method:of finishing after hearing two doctors testify GarI nd. \ give so much for only 29 centsa
Lawtey officiating. Burial followed Chasteen said and is I that Coleman 29 Four Freshmen, ALL TYPESTRACTOR day! Give this Christmas added
Approval for any of these singers parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. in the family plot De- becoming very ,popular around I from a psychosis. The guilty Tues.,-Eddie-Arnold; 'Wed-, Ames WORK brilliant new World family Book'gift Encyclo of the

schools is received before enlistment R. Ray. I ,Witt C. Jones funeral home of the country Some of the advant-- plea which Coleman had pre Brothers'Thurs., .SammyKaye: ; pedla.448.W.U.Starke.,"'. Payne, Box'.603, phone

and guarantees attendanceto Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harrell and I Starke was in charge of arrange- ages of, the pig parlor program" viously submitted was with-. Fri. Larry Clinton. AND Jtp 12/20

ments. pointed out by.'Chasteen are; 1)] Tommy Horsey; ELECTRIFY Tour old Treadle Sew-
drawn. 3:45 Mon.
the applicant.Sgt. son, Glen, visited their daughter 4 : Light ing machine' for only $18.50. In
Requires small 'investment. 2) I Coleman took a car owned by Tuea, Four Aces, Wed.:Tommy portable 124.50. Ma-
Gaster said that this Judy, in Ocala on Sunday. Sewing
Humphreys Holds Permitsyear round use of equipment Arthur. Patray from in front of : Sands; 'Thur. Peggy ,Lee:' Fri. W. L. THIGPEN, JR. chine Exchange ISO 'N. Court St.
choice enlistment is fast be- While there the family went Starke. t "
Alton B& 3tp I20
2 Box
.bor"nd .&.
3) Saves provides nBelafonU. .
coming and advises that sight-seeing at Silver Springs.Mr. the Starke Armory on the nightof Harry
popular Yule
Parties For a: ,cash crop several times 4:00 ,Mon.. Gale" Storm. ,Tues.; PHONE 297-J FOR SALE-195 Liberty Trailer 45
Dec. 2, driving it to Jacksonville '
Interested' and qualified young and Mrs. P. S. Crews at- -. ft. 2 bedrooms air condition. complete -
men and women contact tended the funeral of Mrs. Susie Negro Children a year. 4) Makes disease control where he turned himself into Buddy r Morrow; .Wed.,. . may easy 5)) Makes it easy to' keep King; ,Thur.,Frankie. Laine, ; Fri. itchy
Duval authorities.
him at the office Carter at New f -
post or the Hope Cemeteryon
The children of the colored records In statements'to Sheriff' P. D. Tennessee Ernie.. : ,. OUR TENTH AWlflVERIAHY FOR SALE-.Nice wooded. lot on
Selective! Service Board any Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Car- employees of the Highland Chasteen, was assisted by 4:is Mon., .Tony Bennett; RADIOS REPAIRED Lake Bedford 'near Keystone Hgts.
Reddish and in court Coleman AU Makes AU
ter Cash
Wednesday from 9:30 a. m. to was the sister-in-law of Mrs.Crews' U$9. Phone 2SS.R or write
Plant of the Humphreys Gold Ermie Jones. : indicated that he did not if Tues.,.,Doris. Day; -Wed. Billy leaseaafcle Charres ruruteeiCBAS. P. O Drawer 7'i. Starke etch*
12 noon. sister, Mrs. D. L, Shawof C. 8HEPHEBDM
.. 'Fri.
Artie Shaw ,
*.,. LaCrosse. Corporation at Lawtey were entertained he were'sent to prison or not. May; Thur.: ,W. Call 8t.' Stark P>. _
| at Christmas Mrs. Four Lads. .
a party Cecilia 0 Hara MCSfC LESSONSArrerdtoa
Merchants To Plan J. B. Rivers Is the guest of last Saturday afternoon at the 4:30"Mon.,'' .Fontaine Sisters; 1*' PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE -

his brother-in-law and sister Mr. : home of Willie Brown In Lincoln Dies; Funeral Held Gonzalez'To PreachAt Tues*., N tKIng Cole;' Wed., HEIGHTS STATE BANK, FUL-, MEMBER KEYSTONE ..Pia. : MarianaBcglaaer GUr

1958 Closing HoursThe and Mrs. P. S. Crews. City. Approximately 30 children Vaughan Monroe; Thur.,' 'JuneChristy 1- FDIC- -

Mr. and Mrs. Cecilia Swensen. .O'Hara. Hampton ChurchTony lattnmeafs 1.ralsbed'TRtRSDAYS
Merchants Division of the Mrs. Milo Seigler and were presented with. a ;; Fri.. Jimmy"Dean. FOR SALE-Used 17 inch T.V. Sets
of died home
69 Starke her
at "
Chamber of Commerce will 'meetin children were visitors on Satur- toy, a bag of candy, a candy morning Gonzalez of Starke 'will 4:45: Mon., The Hilltoppers: UUl5! at Rhe berd.*. ttchwREAL 11*.*.'TBMBfMB St.

the courtroom of the courthouse day of Mrs Seigler's parents, cane and each family with a Monday following an conduct services at the Hampton Thes; Lea Paul '& Mary Ford; ESTATE

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan WhiUield, box of candy. Refreshments consisting extended .illness.. Baptist Church Sunday,'preaching Wed., Julie' London; Thur. Billy For all year' Real Estate Need* ___ Jto 12/!?
'on : Monday, Jan. 6, at See
in of ice cookies and Mrs. .O'Hara: ,_ was' born in Eckstein Fat, Stan Kenton. 'FOR'RENTTwo
2:30 o'clock Campville.Mrs. cream, the ,Adult Bible'Class at 10-a.m. : HARRY C. ELROD. JR. bedroom unfurn
for the purpose of Sweden'.on Jan.-,21, 1888., H :is Tevfle .Ave. Starke Fla. ished home large yard close to I
DeWitt Sinclair had as soft drinks were enjoyed by the and teaching the Adult Class in 5:00: 'MoiL, Eddie ywood; .
Betting thi schedule of holiday (0..*. LUtlans larlted) tfellc town. -Call 22i or 2541. Up
her guests for several days last children and members of 'their Surviving. are_ her, husband, Training Union at 6:30, in addi- Tues., Guy Mitchell;. Wed., ..ElvisPresley'
for "
closing 1958. week her cousin, Mrs. L. S. families. A decorated Christmastree Edgar!: J< ;.O'Hara'a daughter, tion to preaching at both the ;? Thur., Ray 'McKiiiley; PORTABLE. TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT-House in Hampton, 7 I
All business and professional Nothing down Dollar A Week. rooms and bath., |4Q month F. P.
Dismuke of Lakeland. On Thursday 'was also furnished., Miss Annette O'Hara of New morning _and evening service. Fri. .Johnny )Jath1s._ Ideal Christmas gift for the entire LoU Hampton.' .: ltc'hgFORZALE.Coeker

members are urged to attend they visited an aunt of-.theirs, Members *of the Highland So- Brunswick, _N. ;;1.; ,two sons, Ed- Mr. .Gonzalez was ordained on 5:15 Mon:, Patti Page; Tues., family. Bradford County Telegraph.

this important meeting and give J. Jr.. of nVIUe and Dec. 8 at the Peniel Baptist Joni James; Wed., Andrew Sisters Spaniel puppies
Mrs. L. B. Jones, in _Jacksonville 'cial Club assisted in these activities gar Jack a mo.: old. $5.00. Inquire ISO N.
their views on the closing dates Mrs.: Dismuke returned to her and"a delightful time was William E.'O'Hara of Starker Church in Palatka and plans to ; Tlmr.Julius'LaRosa; _Fri., DICKEXS TRAILER SALES Church St.or call '26&-J 2tchg 12/20

during. the coming year. home on Friday. had. by-everyone concerned. Funeral Mass was, held at 10 begin preparation for the ministryin Lena Home. EW TURKEY SHOOT

Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. ,A 'party for the colored employees a. m. Wednesday 'in, the,_St. Ed- January: Last Sunday an over- 5:36: .Mon., Pat BOone;' Tuea., .. USED BASK 8. w. Whltefcead at Lyssai Gr...'..
Anthony AppointedTo Bradley on Sunday were,' their of the.Trail Ridge plant wards Catholic Church with flow' crowd heard him preach in Ray Anthony;* Wed. Perry Pie?.. Sat., Dee. 18, ,Ii3 P.M. It,.

son, Leslie, and of will be held in the conferenceroom Father M., Dansher of Jackson- Palatka.. Como; Thur.. Rosemary. Clooney; ..e 502 FOR: SALE OR 'RENT-House In
family King *
Clay School PostA. there this Saturday afternoon vile The.Hampton, Baptist Church Fri., Johnny Ray., LAKE CITY. FLA. Hampton rooms and bath. $40
sley Lake a daughter and son- officiating. mo. rent. F. P. LoU Hampton.'itpMOTHERS
extends a_warm, Christian welcome !- 5:45 Y D., Glen' Tues.
Dec. 21, at 1:30: o'clock. Gray, .
E. Bud in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. O" Burial followed in the family tf
: ( ) Anthony of Key. to everyone to hear him Eddie Fisher Wed. Ted Heath; LEAVE,THE KIDS with

stpne Heights'was appointed last guin and two children, also Mr. plot In Crosby ,Lake Cemetery preach. Thur., Tony Martin; FrL, Three FOR SALE-1 Jeep. All closed in. me .,while you shop. 236 W. South

week to fill the vacancy ton the and Mrs. Odell Smith of Jack- Heilbronn Church The- Rosary was, recited ,at. the Suns. Ideal hunting car. Price right. Can St.182-J.Backef. ..Winn-Dixie Phone
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be seen at McCarthy's Garage :!
Clay County School Board sonville. Plans Yule PlayA DeWitt C. Jones .Chapel ,at Christmas 'Program 6:00) ,Third Edition (news). 3 miles on State. Farm Rd. ltchg. TOBACCO ALLOTMENT for rent-

caused by the death of Mrs. Mrs. R. G. White :and little Starke. at .7:30-p. m.' Tuesday. 8:15: The Service Show., FOR RENT-Newly decorated, S 1.11 ,.acre* on Brooker 'Road .t

Frances Morgan. The announce- daughters, Bobbie and Decide. Christmas program featuringa The Youth Fellowship of the 6:30 What-A-Burger. Show. room furnished upstairs aparfmenC Mae P ltrr.Far .'poX4g-., Graham.pbone'Starke .

ment of the appointment was and Mrs. C. J.. Broussard and dramatic play will be presented Cub Pact, 307. f'' First- Methodist Church will 'present 7:55'Newt/and- Sign Off., screenedliorch.Private bath and Inquire entrance at, 400 large 8. 441-LT: ltpFOR"SALEPa'rskeet

made in Tallahassee by GOY LeRoy -i little sons of Camo Blandin Monday night at the Heilbronn : Christmas program at 7:30 T"-- .'Saturday' Water St tfchg with.' cage $5.

Collins., were callers of Mrs. J. G. Caldwell -- Baptist Church beginning at 7:30. Cub. scout' Pack 307, 'with Sunday evening at'the church. Same schedule as' above' except %Mrs-%. Lawtey Walter Fla.E, Martin' Rt. 1, Box itp

Anthony Js a native!' of Vero Wednesday. In addition to the play entitled Ray Taylor :-is Cubmaster, held David''Briatow 'and Pat Hobbs 1. to, -6 pJnRoad.S1.- MAID Job. TZ9 WANTED Temple Ave.AT ONCE-Steady Itchg FOR RENT
r "Saved, On Christmas Eve" the their win have of'the -Twt bedroom furnished -
Beach and has resided d for the Christmas partv Thursday ,charge : program Sunday honse.wlth Walnut
past nine in I program will.also include: skits by ; afternoon,it 6:30' o'clock at the with Mike Goldwire ,presentingthe '7:36 Sign' on. Religious pro. A. WATKINS ROUTE IS OPEN IN St. Jnjnire at'carport 504 E. Brownlee on or
years Keystone \\-.D' .. the children and solo the BRADFORD COUNTT. This! is one phone 284-Ra .. '
Heights where e'ttan Rar a by | Presbyterian Church. Gifts were narration.' grams until 1 pan. : ,; of the best localities available to Up

i director he is public relations No PaM,. Xo RhlrK Must B* pastor Rev Walter Lee. exchanged,*.:.and -.Mrs; Starling's The.,25 .young'people taking 1 tc 6-pjn.-:The:Sunday:Show. man or ''woman Write' The J. R. LOSTr-One: :Brown bill fold with

for the Clay Clean. Bradford County Telegraph. Everyone is invited to attend : Den 3 .h d.. charge of" the pro- part, will:"present, ,111,of the favorita.Cariatauu .6,to S p.m.-Same .schedule d Watkin*Company, '*8 West, Peach-. important- papers. Return for reward -

Electric c Cooperative. ,".- IF.. ., ... '-_ I the program. __ _ Igram.- : .. -'- tl-:. carols. r, : week-days.; _..._...'. .: .'F' :- ., ., tree__SLIN.E.,._--'-"Atlanta. Georgia' itch* l/M U !""to'J,'T. Quigley;"' it't& the: TaberPAGE Itch,-

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Ynmymmrmnnm North and Mrs. Dewey McPherson. and family of- .Jacksonville spent .yYYYYYYY.. W\Y YY..Y1
The members exchangd handmade Sunday with. Mr. and Mrs. Doss I

MAXVILLE Christmas gifts. Mrs. Higgin- Higrginbotham. HAMPTONBy
botham was assisted in entertaining Open House Held
by Mrs. H. R. Kilgore. Open House was held at the cinJAsfr I
New officers installed were: Baldwin School Thursday night,
Mrs. John North president: Mrs. Dec. 12. After a brief meeting of AAAA AA AAAAA& & A. A&..
\., Leslie Sweat, vice president: Mrs. the, PTA the parents visited all ..
After two weeks illness with 'School
Dewey McPherson secretary; Mrs. of the class rooms met the teachers Program Today AN IDEAL HOLIDAY GIPTIUGHi
pleurisy and flu; we are glad that I
and Mrs. C. Hampton Elementary School
Joe Lucas treasurer; and talked with them and observed -
Howard Durrance. was able to return B. Nolan and Mrs. Claude Greeneas the children's work. After will present. its Christmas'pro- '

to school this week. His Council Delegates.PTA ., .the class room visits, refreshments gram in the school' auditoriumthis
mother Mrs. 'Ruby Durrance is
ill MeetingThe of Christmas cookies and coffee afternoon (Friday), 'Dec.
this week and unable to.work.
Maxville PTA meeting was were served. 20, at 1:15 p. m. All parents and 11111
Bobby Nolan is ill this week
held at the school on Wednesday TripleBirthday Party pre-school age children are in- ( GKE)
with throat infection and haying
to a miss'school.. Dec. 11, at 2:30: pm. The principal, Mrs. Lealer Harris Rev. Jim vited to be present at that time
Mr. McMullen, announced that alE Cox of Green Cove Springs 'and Principal Ola M. Perkins said..
Little Joey Nolan has been ill MM film projector had been
Rev. Teddy Jones of Baldwin all After the program presentswill
for several days and we wish him'a donated to the school but it needed -
celebrated their birthday anniversaries be distributed_ in the rooms,
speedy recovery. I 'a little work done on it. The
which were on Dec. 17, on and Christmas parties will be
G. J. Midyette got his hand members voted to have the work
Sunday afternoon at the home of '
caught in the fan belt of his stock done and also agreed to buy insurance Rev. and Mrs. Jim Cox in Green enjoyed by all the children. K-u.n ocr 3-LB.S9 fit* '
car and hurt it severely Saturday all of the machines.Mr. Mrs. Janie H. Nbe sixth and I
on Cove Springs. Enjoying this occasion (LIGHT) JUOtl LIGHT ,,11 tJ
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seventh teacher was
night and was unable to take McMullen's room won the with the hostess and hon- grade ,
part in the stock car races Sun- room count and was given a cash orees were Rev. Edward Jones and absent from school last 'week"due *
award. Next Friday afternoon family of Jacksonville Mr. and to illness in the family arid: Mrs. .
day.Mr.. and Mrs. Bud Waters and 'I' all of the classrooms will enjoy I. Mrs. Kyle Cannon and daughter Barbara Hill substitufea?' Mrs -'a.75c' I 2-LB.' ) 4 .

children of Jacksonville spent a Christmas party which will be i. Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Tur- Jean Misner substituted on Wednesday .' ( ) (DARK) tJ '
Sunday with Mrs. Dorothy Waters sponsored by the PTA. I ner and family Mrs. Lonnie Jones through Friday for Mrs. ., fI' :; +
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and family. Claude North has been ill this of Jacksonville Rev. Junior Cox Virginia Faile third and fifth Grand 5 5America's
to serve. to give.;. especially to eat!. "
Home, Demonstration Club week. Also Roger Waters. Fred- and family Glenn Jones Mrs. grade: teacher while she was ill. .
Mrs. Marvis Fordham Assistant die Griffis, and Helen and Mike Gladys Copeland and family Van- Foreign Mission Work favorite fruit cake...over 2/3 fruits and .
Home Demonstration Agent met. Cannon. ice Hodges Violet and Twilet Hol- Program at WMU Meeting"For
with the Maxville Home Demonstration I Christmas activity day will be lington, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dean God So Loved", a study nuts'r'
Club at the Home of '
and Lorraine Jones and
enjoyed all day Friday at the I family of foreign mission work was the _
Mrs. Doss Higginbotham last
Rev. Jim Cox's family.
school. I
Tuesday Dec. 10, at 10 a.m. The Baldwin topic for Hampton Baptist WMU Your Choice JANE! PARKER.LARGi
We to Mrs.
The fish fry. sponsored by theMaxviile were glad see
demonstration at the home of Mrs. J. W. Horne
was on "-"Sharing : Baptist Church last Sat- Francis Coleman out Saturday Thursday evening Dec. 12.
family responsibilities. After ,
urday night was a big success. night after a recent illness. Food
the demonstration the new offic- The program for the Lottie Angel or
Five hundred pounds of fish were A Christmas party will he held
ers for 1958 were installed in a Moon Week of Prayer illustrated .-
beautiful bought for this occasion.We at the Long .Branch Baptist
candlelight ceremony. present work and needs
Those present enjoyed a delicious i regret that Mrs. Mary Well- Church on Friday night Dec. 20. for missionaries in the various JANE PARKER LARGE -, SPECIAL I I
lunch of sandwiches cranberry. hausen has been sick in bed since The Christmas play sponsoredby Elir
foreign fields served by the
punch cake pie and coffee..Christ- last Friday and hope that she will the Long Branch Baptist +y
mas games were played and I soon be up and about again. Church will be held at'the churchon Southern Seven members Baptist Convention.attended the. wPumpkin Pie'3tJane

prizes awarded toIrs.. John; Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson Sunday evening, Dec. 22. The
meeting, with MrsCharles
'.Lo &- ............ ............. --- public is cordially invited.
The Christmas Play and party Hicks presenting the 'program. ? = Parker
i"ll The hostess served fruit'' 2f.
1 sponsored by the Maxville Bap- cake .
I tist Church will be held on Monday coffee and Cokes to.those. pre- -o'
I I II I' night. Dec. 23, at the sent. STUFFING MIX i
I r Church. The public is invited to Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Perry of
'eI attend. Bladenburg N. C. and Mr. and
We regret that Mrs. Arnold Mrs. Henry Prevatt of Lumber- IQP I
f I 1 'K Harper was seriously ill again ton N. C. have been visiting 'COME SEE aYOU'LL SAVE! 8 ounce pkg Only 23c

last week. She is recuperatingfrom near Hampton with Mr. and Mrs.T. .
<< a couple of, operations performed J. Perry. D. A. Perry is a

s. p in October. We, hope that brother of T. J. Perry..
Grade "A"
Dressed and
she will soon be well. Mrs. Inez Alford of Jackson- mA&PllOLIDAj
'f n Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Well- ville ,
spent last weekend in
hausen and sons visited in Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. MS
Starke Sunday afternoon with
i George Saxon, and all were din- :
You Con End That Worry | Mr.family.and Mrs. Leslie Chilson. and ner guests Sunday at the home

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Birt.
About What To Give Crandall Husband Mrs. N. L. Cannon is able to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Moore of
<< be up again after being? confinedto
Sweetheart, Uncle And Other her bed for a couple days last Williston visited Mrs. T. F. I
p week. Brown in Hampton Sunday.

Men Folks. n Early Glover .Passes Other Sunday visitors were Mrs.
Early Glover, well known local Buddy Bender and daughter
colored man about 72 years of Elaine of Orange Heights.Mrs. .
GIVE A QUALITY GIFT age. passed away Sunday morn- C. 1. May is convalesc-
ng at the Lake City Veteran's ing at home this week, after returning 1R'rkeyE
hospital. He had lived In Max- from the hospital on
That- Will Be Remembered A Long Long Time. << ville for approximately 40 years Sunday. She has been in Ala-

There Is Never A and was held in high esteem' by chua Hospital in Gainesville for
those who knew him. His wife several weeks following a heart
<< I ; -
Emma Glover passed away on attack : !
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Size, Color or Fit Problem Oct. 26. He' was a disabled war i Rose Gregory,who Is in nurses'. :i : : i
<< veteran, having served 'in Worli training in' Phiadelphla, Pa. ,ar
War I. Is'survived
He by one son '
WHEN YOU GIVE AN UNUSUAL AND HIGHLY 7 Willie sisters Glover-of Jacksonvile two day rived season Sunday with to her spend parents.Mr. the holi-. 5 toS'lb Average j Super-Right- Fully 12 to 14 Ib Average
Matilda Johnson of
f A ATTRACTIVE DECANTER FROM Way- ... and Mrs. E. F. Haws of

R OUR EXTENSIVE Jessup.cross. Ga.Ga.and, and Tlnzy one Banks brother of Des Moines Ia .visited, Saturdayin BROILERSj
STOCK. t ,b
I Oscar Glover of Crescent City Hampton with Mrs. Flame > SSe COOKED HAMS Ih59c

,. Funeral services were held on Belle Brown 'and Mrs.. W,. P,
Give The Gift That No One Ever Exchanges.Shop Wednesday Dec. 18 In Jackson- Birt.Mr.

n ville and burial was In the Orange aid Mrs. Lou Hill 1endahl

I 1 Park Cemetery. and family of Starke and,:' Mrs. Borden's None Such 9 oz pkgs A&P Salted VirginiaPEANUTS
In Pleasant Surroundings. Come Party At Griffis Home Ola M. Perkins of Hampton'. -
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Griffis en- tended church at the Baptist '

In Today. 1 tertained Monday night. Dec Church in.Palatka Sunday evening MINCE E MEAT 2 pkgs A9c' 10z can 29'cNutley
9. at their home with a party to hear Tony GonZalez

their .
honoring nephew. M. L. preach. -
Wilkez. who was visiting them Rev. and Mrs. Marvin Faile
O from the U. S. Army at a campin and daughters plan to leave this
t4.Some l Georgia. weekend for Lancaster S. C., A&P's Finest Ann Page
Games were played and 'then where they are to spend Christ- I

I', Lines of Fancy Holiday Packages. and Decanters i I people.camp refreshments this M. week.L.served returned to about to his 40 mas Tony Faile with Gonzalez parents Mr. of and of Starke Rev.Mrs. will Ernest Faile.be OLEO. 1 lIb carton I \19c':MAYONNAISE. [ quart 49c I

Mr. and Mrs. Dan
are Already in Short Supply and Cannot be .n and daughter, Minnie were Sun-. guest the speaker Hampton at Baptist both servicesat Churchon

Replaced. Ask About Our Special Offering in ::4r day dinner guests of Mrs. Edna i Sunday Dec. 22, in the absence A&P Our Finest
Manning and family in Glen*St. of the pastor. --- Quality
Assorted Case Quantities. f Mary.
Mrs. Bootsle Cannon and Mrs.
Ed Wilkinson visited In Jack- CARD OF THANKS

I sonville Monday. We want to express our deep Swt. Potatoes : 2 18-OZ 45c
I LONG BRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Griffis. M. and heart-felt thanks to our '
I L. ,Wilkez and Mary Lee Wilkez friends for every kind act, each ..: CANS
visited in Jacksonville Saturday word of sympathy and for the
f with Mrs Valdez. ..
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PACKAGE the beautiful flowers during the
STORE We regret that Rudy Higgin- illness of our beloved husbandand
botham is ill this week and unable -
I father. Our thanks to Dr.
to work. /oner Brand
g Ritch for his kindness and care.
On Highway 100 Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and \
Mrs Horace D. : Claude
I 10: ''children visited in Lawtey Sunday May,
11 Miles From Starke Enroute To Lake Butler [! j with Mrs. Hester Hicks L., Roscoe V., Wilson F. ,May, .

I "= '--l I and H.family.E. Griffis has been quite. and Wilma CORRECTION G. Lambert. : Sweet PEAS .. .2'c 303 s 23c j'til

In the recent obituary notice of '
the late,N. A. Conner 'of Lake,
TOWN FINANCE COMPANY Butler a typographical error occurred I II

stating that he was a "past
member of the Church of Christ.' ORANGES 8 pound bag 39C CRISP

The. sentence should have .stated
Opens Its New Office that he was a past, member, ,of I
,, the Union County Scl ool",Board

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I Tea Honors New I Green-Griffis Presbyterian Women Humphreys..Treats Drew; Ratliffs Feted L. C. Hopkins; MTaken 1

II I Members At MeetingOf ,Hold Christmas Party Employees': Children With Farewell PartiesMr. Death'

Methodist WSCSThe I
II i The Women of the First Presby- At, Christmas Parties"i', .,and Mrs. Drew Ratliff who,

I Methodist WSCs met terian Church held their Christ-' Gold < iHumphrey's with- their family',,have moved to Louis,.Charles Hopkins, 78, of
mas party in the assembly hall of Corporationheld Dallas, ,Texas to make their new
Tuesday afternoon in the Fel- '" Starke ,died at his home Tuesday
.. the Sunday School building Tuesday Christmas parties for the home, have been feted ,with several .
Hall their brief fflnesJ.A
lowship regular '- :. "' night following a
Glydyir J business and program meeting evening. The room was dec- children of the employees of the parties in the past week.In native of Norwalk Ohio,

e....r ....._._._. ,,!, 2-...J.!._._'.._ with the president, Mrs. C. D. i orated with attractive Christmas Trail' Ridge and' Highland Plantson Dallas, Mr. Ratliff will. be a dealer Mr Hopkins, was a retired per-,
in for Humble Oil CoOn .
treeS placed the corners
opposite -
Williams, presiding. Saturday, Dec. 14. The social sonnel manager .,of a publishingfirm
Woman's Club Honors District Director New the twr entrances: One Saturday evening Dr. and
After a short business meet- c bs'of each-: plant made the arrangements and a member of the' Methodist -
tree was silvered, with Christmas
Mrs. Seymour Marco entertained
Members Women With Tea MusicalThe ing a lovely Christmas programwas and took of all Church.. He had been a resident -
Junior Yf balls hanging on it. The other care 26 guests at a "going-away" party
given by Mrs. Lloyd Green'scircle. of Starke for 18 months,
the details.
decorated with Christmas
was and buffet supper for. the Ratliffs.
Starke Woman's Club was Guy Sale, Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, Those taking part on the ;A. lights, balls, and tinsel and gifts The Trail Ridge party was Wednesday morning of last moving here' from ,Interlachen

the scene of lovely Christmastea Mrs. Steve Simmons and Mrs. C. program "Missions in India were placed underneath: On the held in' the Enlisted Men's Club week Mrs. H, H. Adams and Mrs: where he had lived for 11 years;

and musical ,program at the L. ScholL Floor hostesses were Cuba and Korea," were Mrs: Joe piano was an attractive silvered at Camp Blandmg between the Steve Simmons entertained at two He is survived by his wife,

December meeting held Wednes- Mrs. Dave Paulk Mrs" R. A. Andrews, Mrs. J. F. McCombs, gum drop tree'with silvered leaves hours of 1 p. m. and 3 p. m. tables of bridge and luncheon for Margaret Herman Hopkins, bf

day afternotri of last week honor- Green, :Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, Mrs. Mrs. Olin White, Sr., and Mrs. and cones at'its bas. Christmas Over 375 people were presentand Mrs. Ratliff at theAdams' homeon Starke.

ing Mrs. L. F. Townsend of Jacksonville W. B. Mundy, and Mrs. Ethel Bertha Pearce. 3fr lights burned gaily around two ofthe approximatey 225 childrenup E. Call street ,Funeral services were held; at

District Director and also Parks. Presiding at' the silver Following the program a love- t. doors.' to 12 years of age received' the graveside in Interlachen

honoring new members of the coffee services at each end of the ly tea was held for the new 4.. The refreshment table was cov- toy a stocking and a candy Little WomenThe Cemetery at 2 p. m. Thursday

club and members of the Junior tea table were Mrs. W., E. Middle- members of the Society and the ered with a white linen tablecloth, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof
f cane from Santa Claus. Refresh-
Woman's Club. ton Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs. Hugh Guild. The tea table was beautiful !' and'an attractive Christmas scene, Stark way in charge Of arrangements "
.., .Little
ments of ice cream, Cokes and Women' Club will
A festive' holiday theme was Brownlee and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. with a white' linen Christmas \, ., 't'J: ..."."- built,'around' a Christmas choir cookies were served to all pre- hold its annual formal Christ: .
carried out in decorating the club Members of the Little Women's cloth and centered with a white ..s girl against a background of red '
.. sent. Dick Sunderland was mas Dance -" at'
Friday Dec.
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house, and potted palms were also Club who assisted in serving were sleigh driven by a miniature; ., ...'.at tapers centered the table. Attractively ; .. "It, ,
master of ceremonies,' Luke the club house.! Old members of ;
placed at points of interest. The Misses Mary Agnes Matthews, Santa Claus. This was balancedby 1 ; ,) ., f'. arranged on the table Land will show colored films of
Santa and Tom the club and their
Pickering' was dates are invited
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receiving line stood in front of Sylvia Paulk Judy Dankel, silver candle holders with was a silver service and a silver I Bethlehem at the First Baptist
Colson led the to this
singing with Tony affair. The festivities

the fireplace in the lounge where Ann Smith, Linda Sale and Pa- burning red tapers. Mrs. Wil- Miss Carole Greene daughter of compote: Church of Raiford on Tuesday
Gonzalez at the and will begin 8:30
piano ac at
the mantel was the point of in- tricia Pellum. liams, president of the Society, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Greene of The program began with the cordion. Recorded : p. m.- night, Dec. 24.
terest. At one end stood a.striking The hostess committee for the at the silver coffee ser- Starke, was united in marriage on singing of Christmas carols led sound
presided music W. J. To He will also present
arrangement of red and silvered afternoon was composed of: Mrs. vice. During the tea a delightfUl u Nov. 9 in Folkston, Ga. to Marion by Miss Louise' Stem. A game was provided by Show Films "Immanuel,1-- depicting the
magnolia leaves, surround Kincaid, chairman. Mrs. Beasley Christmas musical program was Griffis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gor- wise enjoyed, which consisted of Siprelle. Don 'Patray, Presidentof < (- Christ. and the.activities
ing Mr. and Mrs. Sailta Claus, MrS. Adkms,- Mrs. Sal, Mrs. Miss 1Ia11lPayne, don Griffis of Raiford. They were naming as many Christmas words the Trail Ridge 'Social Club Rev. Walter Zvoda, who has birth *
presented by at-Nazareth.
while at the other end of the I Hildebran Mrs. C. J. Houpt, Mrs. Miss Marcia Miler, Harold Tyus attended by Mr. and Mrs. .Greene, that begin with the letters' of and his committee', made up of traveled and studied in the Holy '

mantel was a large white candle Sinclair, Mrs. J. R. Kite Mrs. Green accompanied Doyle Griffis, and Miss Gloria Merry Christmas, with Mrs. L. H. Marian Meyer, Lola 'Garbett, ==-
and Archie '
tied with a huge red'satin bow George Kopelousos Mrs. Middle- Mrs. Lloyd Green at the Wilkerson. Gibson being declared the winner. Jane Lowery, Brady McLeod ,.. '.- .
against a background of silvered ton, Mrs. Patten, Mrs. Peek Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Griffis art residing -I Mrs. Guy Andrews presentedthe Jim McRae, Tony Gonzalez and

leaves. Mrs. Luther Powell and Mrs. piano. in charge of Mrs.C. at the Nollman apartments in purpose of the Joy Gift which all the other "helpers" are to be
The tea was
Brownlee. Starke. at Christmas to retired ministers congratulated on a job well
The tea table in the goes
sunroom E. Johns wti had on her com- -
was overlaid with a beautiful cut- During the tea Mrs. Lloyd mittee, Miss Annie Darby, Mrs. and their dependents. A done. DO YOU WANT A

work cloth and centered'' with an Green chairman of the Music Department John Torode, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Christmas Parties liberal offering was received. The, ,Highland Party was held
artistic Yuletide arrangement with of the club presented a Olson. The pastor' was invited over at I at the Highland Plant in the "
red and silver -piedomfnating.. delightful Christmas musical pro- and Mrs. Titus Are Enjoyed HereMrs. this time, 'and" he and Mrs. Mc- Administration! Building Con-

Four single silver candle holders gram. Soloists were Misses Glenda Aliley were presented a combination ference Room between the hoursof

with burning white tapers balanced Parker and Mara Payne. Miss Fred Mays To Fete Garl Mathews was hostess electric Waffle iron and grill 2 and 5.pm., Approximately!
the arrangement. Parker and Miss Payne also joined Fortieth AnniversaryMr. i to her TEL Sunday school class and' an authorisation for-the'purchase 200 people were present and 135 SEWING MACHINE S SHOP

Greeting the guests as they arrived Miss Marcia Miller, Harold of the First Baptist Church at a of, new curtains for the children saw Santa Claus and

were Mrs. Clyde Sinclairand Tyus and Archie Green in sing- and Mrs. Fred Moore will Christmas party Wednesday after- guest room at the manse. were given a toyoa.bag.of candy
i' ing several Christmas numbers. afternoon, noon at her home on N. Church The Christmas gifts were given and Refreshments
Mrs. H. H. Adams. In the : be hosts on Sunday a- candy' cane.
receiving line were Mrs.: J. W.i They were accompanied at the Dec. 22, from 3 to 5 o'clock, ata street. cut by Mrs. William Johnson and consisting of ice cream

Kincaid Mis. Townsend, Mrs. A. piano by Mrs. Green. reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. Mrs., Rudolph. Sink. Cokes 'andassorted cookies were

R. Norman Mrs. W. H. Smith and Fred May on their 40th wedding Mrs. Fred Graudon and Mrs. The refreshments of sandwiches, served to everyone. Each family IN STARKE? '.

Mrs. Arch Thomas Jr. George 'Miller' entertained five cookies, and tea carried out the
Inviting-- THE RIGHT POINT for the anniversary.All was-given a.box of candy. Ralph
the guests to the tea table were leet your favorite ESTERBROOKway friends are invited to attend tables of bridge at a Christmas Christmas motif. Mrs: : Robert Bryan was Santa. and Jim

Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr., Mrs. A. Z. you \\rite. Come in and se- the reception .which will be held party Thursday evening at: the Chdpman poured coffee and tea, Hetherington 'led 'thesinging..

Adkins, Mrs. George Patten Mrs. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. at the :Moore home i in LaCrosse. Graudon. Y home.Miss and Mrs. 'R. G. Paterson Mrs. ''Art Strickland furnished the recorder -
David Montgomery, and Mrs: B. I'm sure every sewing machine owner would
for Christ as'music and
Louise Stern is entertain C. Holtzendorf: Jr., Mrs. Charles Clint Denny showed Christmas appreciate the convenience of a LOCAL REPAIR

ing her music pupil! at a weiner" Schmitt served the refreshments movies. ,Herbert Green, ,President SHOP and NOTIONS STQRE, and those

roast and Christmas party this prepared by members of'their 'of the Highland Social Club who are anticipating buying a machine would

afternoon, (Friday) at,Her home. circle. co-ordinated activities aided by find it convenient '=-,BUT in order for a business -

.. other members of the committee to survive it must the citizensof
.depend on
Mrs. E. M. Davis will entertain .
Daisy Bpch To Wed 'which included Mary Humphries, ..
CHRISTMAS 'hr whicirit
SEASON her piano pupils this afternoon i the-dbnmumit= jr is located.
Buck Norman Everett Fox,
(Friday) at a ,Christmas party. James O. Batten 'Clint
I Denny, E. Z. Lee, Joe Gray
Each pupil will play a pianp selection The marriage of Daisy Wilkinson {Bill[ Cannon. Charlie Johns, and I moved my family to Starke for the sole pur

after which"refreshments, ,will : of opening such- a store. I bought all the
be served. i Boch daughter of Mrs. the many "helpers" did a splen- pose

SPECIAL I Wesley 'Wilkinson and the late pre-senting' advertising I could afford, newspaper and

The home of :$Ir. and'Mrs. Ray I I Mr. Wilkinson '''of Lawtey, and party. radio, with no response. In order to keep my

Taylor, 1314 Blandmg'street, |twill James O. Batten, son of Mrs. doors open l must have your- apport. 81>>. why

be the setting for a neighborhood I Solomon Carter of Normandy Three Are Honored not have that machine CLEANED ,OILED, ,

Christmas, party Saturday, :eve- 'Boulevard; Jacksonville":; will be and ADJUSTED N-O.W-- oHiave- that broken -

ning. Seven couples will ehjoythis i an' event 'Saturday, Dec. 21, With..Coffee'Party down machine repaired. If you wait until
event. at 7 p.' m. in the Highland Baptist -
THE NEW w -' I, Church.No Mrs. L D. Vining was hostess LATER, you might have to take your' machineto

( The Garden Restaurant is the invitations are being sent, at"a lovely'coffee party Saturday Jacksonville or Gainesville '
setting for four commercial but all friends of the couple are afternoon from four'tb five o'clock A -
SmithCoronaELECTRIC :
I Christmas parties this ,weekend. invited. "honoring 'Mrs Don 'V ughn?;: Mrs: Your presence r absence at my store will be

Thursday evening the Florida" !'Charier: Meister? and.-Mrs. Roger your vote (or or against a Sewing : Machine\
Ir Bank at' Stark employeetheir 2, ,Feted Guissinger. *
Youngsters Store in Starke.
*- ; .. VOTE. TODAY. .!
husbands and wives had their'annual ''Mrs. Vining' carried out a. .

dinner and party ," On Third Birthday Cnristm'as motif in her party decorations -

PORTABLE TYPEWRITER Friday evening the employees of : with red-and silver pre

the Court House and their husbands Mark' Patray and Gregory Gay dominating in the dining'robin and DWIGHT L. SNIPES
wives and escorts will'en-'', celebrated their third birthday 'green, and c-gold predominating in .
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Give this exciting new electric L joy their Christmas party. a'nnlversafies af a joint, party !:'the-living room.t

Saturday evening the employeesof Thursday afternoon of last week : Mf$. E. Matthews greetedthe
Perfect for all the MACHINE
Starke ''School. !
at the 'Nursery
the Garden Restaurant will "
guests 'at' the 860? and MrsW. : .. __ _. .. ._. ....
family, the Smith-Corona ,Electric have their Christmas party after The 20 children were each B. Sewell presided at'the-cOf- -u > ;.i <+ I
Portable t)' c\\Titer. .. business hours. given a toy and played games 'fee' service.! Also assisting In 120 N. Court St. Starke, 'Fla. I

a Sunday evening Koch's Drug during the party hours. They 'serving were Mrs-Joe Wilson, Mrs:

$197,50 Store employees and their wives, were served punch, ice cream ;Edward Bums Mrs: K. G. Dun .
plus tax > husbands and escorts will enjoy and cake ''can, Mrs.'T."T. Longf' Mrs. Clyde"

their annual Christmas party. Mrs. Don Patray ana Mrs.
Sinclair Mrs. S.L. Peek Jr.. and et
Jerry ,Gay, mothers of'the honor ::Mrs. M. F. Brown. to & (I I1

Low Down Payment and Terms To Suit Your Convenience New Years Dance guests, were assisted in serving Thirty'guests'i called during the \\1

b"yf Mrs. L. (5.. Hazen and .Mrs. -
hdur" (
appointed Wonderful Gifts
OTHER SMITH Planned By.BPWFinal Willard: Mat'his, : !
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Sterling Super t MM w 1
Eve dance to be held Dec. ,31 In .

14.5099.50 114.50 13450 chili the USO meeting were made Thursday at the.evening BPW I "She'll'.I b*' the ,proudestfeMJ" Cilttin A '. ,.

Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax' of last week when they met at i the 'world, when give'her a "
the home of Mrs. Lonnie Harley, l you \
--- No'Down Payment --- One Dollar Per Week --- Sr. Cohostess at the meeting' "

were Mrs. Pauline Torode, ,:Mrs. I DAsoN7eefr,4ge" t
Martha Bales and :Miss Delia
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Rosenberg.. n .ftt
:Mrs. E. A. Hall, vice-president, rX45 =, \K\\ I' : '

Sensational Offer! presided at the business meeting iAMODRIRGI' .
&ttkatI in the absence of the president. ,

During the social hour a $' .
r Christmas party was held and! '' T'"'"sliill tvirfWtA .t. ,, PefIt'oUeI-cf.
t / purse. size pen and
appropriate: games ,were enjoyed. : erw w
$ ...The New 1957 The members exchanged gifts M'p"cilln able co,.handy. Choke find of kTp ''
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and delicious refreshments1 were point choic- of 6, v'
tr I a week buys the 'new ._' SMITHCORONARemingtOn served. pallet: colon .S.oo ,

The Harley home was Attract-" : ,c A,l.-ril Desk Pox Set-wte .* '

1 PACEMAKER ively decorated for the party i t pen that fUI Is ftiilf from g giant fol.fountohr /
'. and 'meeting ,in 'the.traditional'' # J "in tttr bait fOVlltOiftolHn.-- -.
Christmas motif complete with needs ink only 4 timei yearly in
normal use:Chok of point, choice
a gayly Christmastree.
i ,t < of color :. . e.. $4.00
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Bride-E' cq feted I

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Mrs. S. G, Denmark entertainedat r

; M a delightful coffee: party Saturday j
1, no ,down at her home
.. money morning : < .onE
buy aert : ReguTor179.so// Call street honoring her niece, A !rtpVb

f ? t the easy way-on the ,i Miss JoAnn Thomas of Crescent .
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.' pModell City,.,who is to be married:on -
hell Remington Hand ..e"..
er 7uus Deferred Payment Dec 21, to Bob Woodward. "G \.o
tJ: JV0W ONLY. Attractive Christmas decora- . '
'. ; Thread the point """ Lau6M'd.ep.taned Est.,.
,,_ tioh highlighted: faints 6f interest -
:M><:\.-__ 't :1111tt once oaf yovr choice' brook Pen and welching Pwh.
.50 in the home. The'dining .rooml.ablehieh .
plus tax uiototheborrd r sPencLGleamis9m4elcdpf.Gin .
rent159 ,
-r Pay like was overlaid' with a Jf6 f i DlDUs'SIYlesM.. boxed itJs

... : own your machine __ lace cloth ,was centered[ ''with' : .l'IJ. ST
F S-ae, 'd-F fOur'branchgold: candelabra, sur- There' no finer, more fcwKitf memerto' Aon a, Give them an Estcrbrook this C ristmas .*
I > oAd Aitfttt kfcot lo exoreu year semi- ...
founded by a beautiful ChristmasArrangement "'ftJ i .
Office Typewriter the'vo ... one'of many beautiful} penand pencil set,
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:1- lilt,," on/giff 6crtiwS.'TKey: 1 ,t !h l t
e Mad and Backed' atirt4-'diSTa f4wW! "li oftcI.',of't ijor\li", EASY or a :'"marvefous,&sk*ptn'sat.'AlYMlt be '
Smith-Corona- Mrs. Joe -Thomas of Crescent ,
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Bradford nntv Telegraph America Fine -.- City, mother of the honoree, was s Ifeovt(' 40 TERMS **preseht ti of easier snKJother writing because
eV white
Typewriter 11 in fillP* ,Oak* or ,.n.w.pM.
TradeWeJ among the,20 guests. I you choose, the right point for any kind, anyway I
OFFICE; SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT. Allowance 'JoC r :Miss Thomas was presented (writing:, More'thaia.30 pohut s lej. '

Old Typeas'Aear A. with a piece of pottery from her BULLINGTOWSGIFT

hostess as a memento of the 'oc ,
1 Phorttf! 29 Starke' SEE-I1- "
Fla. casion.

BUY IT TODAY! Assisting Mrs. ,Denmark in "sr'U ti1o:4': A tIDi' SHOP '
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Mrt.T. a Hazen Jr./andMrs.'H.: ,Starke, 'Fbrid .' ,
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'I big at ute Clay tim CUu.\:04: uui tub Now at the Community \ Acts of 1941, will """'Iott'r with thaI .

GLAY HILL it seems that the cold weather:: State1' Bank, at Starke and bane I Cleik of the CirCuit (Court. in- an'd
BROOKERBy for Bradford Count, FT< rTda, uboa
: 'F ILOiDA I or something, has the majority money. _for next Christmas. receipt of tproof of publication of
, bad !. this notice, the fictitious nane of
of the bluffed the
I Barbara Sue Davis b t ,&In". ";' J.. L. :$'Ukkla t people by !.. The CoaBtr J dRe'. Court la Dixie Motor Court under which I
1- weather. we have: been having. And Fur Bradford Countn Flor 'am ngared business$ at T44Teni.

a & "&&A"&A.' ,.aaaAALAAAAAAAAA&A&s.&AaShirley . Anyway, George Prevatt and ida. pie :Avenue, Starke, Florida.
THEATRE: .1 in Re:. Estate of E. A.. Gainer, Mrs. Thelma L. Ooliaday 744'
E EI A reminder to thosewishing to Carter has been suffering Melvin Watson have preachedsome *Deceased. Temple! Avenue, St rke Fla..: sola.

n participate in the outside decora i with* ati abcesg in hief mouth: wonderful messages to the \OTICR TO CREDITOnS owner.

__ __.____ _____ __:.____- __....:..___ who All creditors of the estate n f R I Dated! this 20th day of Dt>c m1)et'A.D. )
SAT. ....... ............-. = : lions' contest: please' notify Mrs 'Weh je' this LTwell before"noW: ones of us were present. A. Gall! Y'. deceased, *r. lerel 1957 at Stark?, Bradford'Cotih-
, DEC. 21 ONLY Louise Wood at once. The-judges Our Christmas program is to be notified and required to file any -
BIG Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae Jr. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Strickland, Mrs. WilliePadgett: 'has teen. I ty, Florida.
DOUBLE FEATURE claim nt demands which they may
Dec. 23. All
Will be out at 6:30Dec.. 20. Monday evening, areWelcome. 12/20 It l/ll,
and son of Miami are .spending Jr. and sons of Des Moines, la. onL.he! 'sick list for several days. have against said'estate in the"of. .
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin and The Long Branch pro- _
BOLDEST BAD MAN the holidays with, their,,parents.in arrive Saturday to spend the children visited"the Fowlers :Wa. wer glad v Mrs.t t : Dawson fice of the County Judge of Bradford I "
William .
gram will te Sunday evening County Florida in the Courthouse -
Lake City, and Starke' holidays with her parents, Dr.and 'in Hampton Sl1nda'y.Emory Padgett Qas aTble l 'to be in church! I at Starke, Florida, within CALL FOR Bin!
AL JENNINGS Dec.: 22. They invite all to bepresent.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L, Thomas have Mrs. C.. J.. Houpt. Lewis celebrated his S9thbirthday' and Sunday School) she had'not I. eight calendar months from' the D ember! 17, lU'lalpd
be received by"
of first of this Bids will
date the publication
sold their home at 226 Park Placeto Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fil- at luncheon recovered from her recent .af"
a Sunday fully notilEarh claim or'dl'mand mast the City Council the City .
OKLAHOMA / Mr.: and Mrs. W. F. Glenn of llngim and family .of Marta na Dec. 15, at the home 'Mr. and illness, but was ,bfe to be going! Well, we were about to decidewe be' in writing and must state' the Starke at the City Hall In Stark*.'

Columbus, Ga. At present' the have rented the Green house at I Mrs. Paul Faulkner in Starke. around* giii 1. were back in Kentucky or place or residence and post office Florida.: Until 7:80 ovclock lr. M. o.>
k\ A Columbw ftepcwl Thomases are residing with his 315 N. Walnut St. Mr. Fillingimis Virginia last week! This cold address of' the claimant and must Tuesday! the 7th day of JlUluarJ.D. .,
I Mr. and Mrs.
present were : be sworn to be th,* claimant. his and
understand time .
that which glac'eall
Clyde 1958 at
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas. manager ,of the !''f 'N'oWn' Woodtow Thomas and children, We weather"'hit us, our 'thermometer agent. or' his''attornt'Y', or' it'will A. bids rect'lnd111 be public
ANDFA of brother to
Finance Co. office in Starke. II,Mr.; and "Mrs. Reed; Lewis 'and Padgett Tampa i la'ils: the temperature was become- void according to law. ly'-opened and read'aloud, tin:tW
Bernard Conen of Potted House Plants at Sis- : Mrs. Richard Lang of Clay:Hill, 11 When. December. 11, 19S7, .
Mr. and Mrs. children, and Meade Lewiy of down to degrees: we following:
CIASSICII I is recovering nicely from a surgical -I */ netty Galney Administratrix: the sale of one 1937 Four i
trunk's. For
MOVIE arrive
Aberdeen, Md. will Sundayto Starke. saw this we really could .shake ,Estate of E. A. Gainey-deceas- Said car cad-
bdboot Mogoiu* spend the holidays with her Mrs. W. T. Jackson and children -I Mrs. Buddy Waters of JacksonVille operation.Our and shiverand imagine we were ed.FIrst. be Door! seen Ford at the! New County JaiL

parents Mr. and Mrs. Wesley visited her parents Mr., and is visiting her parents the grandson in California recently cold! We'didn't think the weather 1957. publication December. 20, Said City' feserterf the right to.
-12/20 UIOo'rlF.
Andrews.. Mrs. A. G. Loudon sr. in Key Bob Thomases, for two weeks. underwent a tonsilar in Florida gets cold! Wonderif accept or reject any or ay bids. .

J RtR91 i Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williamsof stone Heights on' Sunday.Mr. Miss Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonville operation and ia recovering nicely we are hilstaken? OF 1XTEM-IOV CITY OF STARKE.CIt "FLORIDA.'Clerk.
and Mrs. K. T. Duncan of the weekend of .TO REGISTER Dy: Carl Johns.
Folkston, Ga. and Curtis Dan- was guest His parents will be remembered FICTITIOUS NAME 1J/20 Jt 1J/2J
The passionati( life iels of ,Waycross were, weekend Atlanta will arrive Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas. A' ._____ .I. Notice is hereby given that the
as AlOnza Strickand and --s---. .-.-.-. . -
I of Luis Procuna. his 'M ': and Mrs J. Ii' Taylor and -'-' -
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I visitors of Mr., and Mrs. Jesse spend the holidays pa- torene Fields. *

bullfighterextraordinary Newsome.. rents, Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Dun- sons and Mrs. Jackie Tindall of '
Palatka visited the Greens Ward Lane was called home HIGHLANDT I ( '
.. *' Parakeets Cages and Pet Sup. can. Monday. Roy' fast week from Texas, where he PROTECT your DRIVER'S S license
plies at Sistrunk's. .Dr. W. E. Middleton, Who fell .'.
tCOUNMWUK3lus Lucretia Cumbee visited Norma is st tion d'' In the armed forces!, "J'
and broke Mrs. Norman .
his Lacy
Mrs. Louis Hill Ltwtey has at home Tuesday Dy .
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Jean in Santa Fe last Sunday due to the Illnessof hiS wifeBarbara''Isid *in 1 V. I HH ".. '
two ribs is getting along nicely. Taylor .
"Rabbit Stew" Cartoon, moved back to her home at 314 : ..aaAa"'A& &&'.....a.a&.a.a a., BUY
ahd Chapter No. 1 of New N. Church street, Starke. Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines a hospital 'in Jack-
Serial "liatman and Hobin" Mr. and Mrs. Jim Killian have were in Winter Park Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were sonvflle."The" : Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman and '

% returned to their home in Waynes- visiting Mrs., B. F. Haines. whois overnight guests of the Bishop i young sfin 6f Mr. and Mrs. son.P'q of Jacksonville' VefS"weekend LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE-

S un., Mon. Dec. 22, 23THE ville, N. C. after spending a confined to the hospital there. Thomas family Saturday night. Ft nk'Carter, who has been- very guests of the L. M. Normans.

i I month here visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Cole and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thomasof !11' 'with', a throat''' Infection 'and Charles 'Mosely of Jacksonville
Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. '
?: Mrs. John Love Wilkes left children were in Georgia last W ks' in khe hospital for'' more was in Starke last Friday for a Fees 6 Mo. PoliciesDOYLE
Benny Thomas Sunday afternoon. No Membership -
Thursday to spend the holidays Sunday due to the illness of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas of than a"''week, 1* improving 'nicely checkup, by his doctor. .

3 with her son-in.law and daughter Cole's aunt. Gainesville visited-the Tim Thomas and is at home I again. 'Mrs L. M. Norman, and Mr. and I
Mr. and Mrs. F, H. Evans, in Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Meis- anJ' : 'Mr: : Eugene Austin were in 1
Iw.'a ft Wilkinsonof
family Friday night. .Mr. .
/2MITOF ITTHESICHT Coral Gables. ter will leave today for Orlando sonville last Friday; Jack'I
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Herlong"andMr JackTsonrill''re'ently
spent .i
/ Mrs. Fred Guy and children of the holidays \ E. CONNER AGENCY
spend! Don't
1 where..they-jyill .: ,.and Mrs. Vasco Hazen, and the day wllh Mr. Wilkins ns' 'forget' practice
Gainesville will arrive this week-
OF IT with Mrs. Meister's parents Mr. and :Mrs. 'Cliff'' 'H zen of Christmas program Saturday
sister Mrs tarigvat Clay
end to spend the holidays with Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Mc- t .. tern M-I
STUNSTHE Starke visited the Aubrey Hazehs *' oti, and regular- Church Phone, 25 ,
.her mother, Mrs.: A. Z. Adkins. tendon i H t. 136 W. Call Street

?; Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gaines have Chri..bna... Wreaths? at"Sistrunk's.. Sunday. *buf 'daughfer-in'-Iiw, ''Dottle' Sunday ScH3ol"next Sunday.' : ,. ,..
Mrs": Rastus Marin and Ethel t fY6ur 'has' been ,.
CREEK! purchased the Drew Ratliff homeat i Mr. and Mrs. T.. R Young and; Manii were shopping in Ala hua Fields, and a girl friend, Sue sick and correspondent missed1 ...."..

I,' I to move 1330 Blanding there. this street weekend.and plan The I'I family. and had Mrs.as Chester Sunday Wise guestsMr. and and l1igh'Sjr1njs. and Mrs. 'Junior'Monday.Mr. Stokes.. and Harris": 'us', boili'of'iacks6xvi11C one afternoon" 'last we: 'viWItecl efc.- to"get for two in a weeks little ;bit tting'the'neWsin'f So tthis-week I ant trying FREE TURKEY DINNER} :

Ratliffs have moved to Dallas .
son, Mr. and Mrs. Butch Wise, children visit&d'Mr. and"Mrs. Rubin Mrs: Bo Texas to make their home.
Mr. And Mrs: Ralph Wise and 'Imler in Gainesville Monday.1'OhSunday ed'the_. ,Slricklands _for''a. be better soon. "- : -. ..t ?t 4' r
Mrs. Paul Faulkner entered '
sons of Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. they"visited 'Mr. and Mrs.S. few minutes one day recently I '

Doctors Hospital and treatment.Mr. Monday. for observation Arless Nowlin. ,and W. J. Wise A. Dority uTAlachua.Mr. '. s'he", ;re'ports, ) her'. mother, Mrs. : AND DANCE ,

-Is of Opp.. .Ala. and"Mrs.: J. D. Shaw of Wimberly, 'as being very' 'W1I.Even .
and Mrs. A. L. Brown left
Mr. and Mrs.; Janies Drier and LaCrosse were overnight guests of though she "is confined 'to 1

III .WARHnCOlOII Tuesday two, for weeks Richmond with friends.Va. to son. Stephen, ".,( are visiting Mrs. th ""A. I. Manns Thursday? her bed sh is"jolly. TUESDAY DECEMBER 24
spend *
WARNER BROS. "Mrs. H. E. Bradley and Mrs. Drier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs: Rudolph1 StOkesand Mr.. ,and 'Mrs.,! Carson ''Griffis >. "

NATALIE Ollie Bradley spent Wednesday in L. Cole, for the holidays. children of Alachu' visited and daugme -'of'Hfghland called ,,;;. .. 3 ( l' ,:*.4t .
WOOD Leesburg. Mrs. Shellie Hall is spending Mr. and Mrs. H": l. Sfokes Sund }r. en"" the gtrickrands"&uiiday1 after START SERVING(} DINNER 2'Ii.l\I: f :
and Monday with Mr. Mrs. J. W. Dukes Jr. and' babyof ""* .
KARL MAIDEN Christmas Wreaths at Sbtrunk's.Mr. Sunday I noon. Mrs.. Linnie ifarrls aM
in Jack Lake Butler visited'her &rents, I k ''' oC
and Mrs. Brad Locke I: D r4 '
and Mrs. Brad Locke of ;two daughters B6rinie 'and DANCE IN THE EVENING
w&mmmmiimusuVlus sonville. Mi-; and Mrs. 'Ernest Russ Sat "Tbt Bfadford.county'Hospitalannounces SQUARE
Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Edith, of MakVme visited 'Mr.::
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,,_--.aI.\IIIu.- ...-.._._-__ Max Milton ,and Mrs\ Mildred M-St. and Mrs. James E. urday. and" Mrs. Lee Moore and the thefollowing births: :
-- Mt. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ and .
Kirchner and children will leave Mr. and Mrs. LylesVox of Law.
Tompkins of Portsmouth, S. H. *"
"City Kitty" Cartoon were Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Dec. 21 for ten days visit with I baby 6t Melbourne were recent Stricklands 'Siinday'afternodn." :I tey, a son, Clifton! Edward( Dec. 12. SAILOR'S? SNACK BAR ,
of Tt"seems i' th se f&lks'lere ch Sit
Mr. and Mrs
Tues., Wed. Dec. 24, 25 Shellie Hall. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kirchner at guests RUss. Ernest, foxhunt'' Christmas' trees for r the Mr. and Mrs. James Sparkman ......,-..-. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Finzer Jr. Harrods Creek, Ky. 'T'' Jr. of Keystone.Heights, a daughterDanita -MAMA MO'SPLACE '
Mr. and Mrs. Earl scfioof and'church..
and family leave today to spend Miss Shirley Colley of Washington L : Louise, Dec. 14. '
ten days with their ,parents, Mrs. D. 'C. will' arrive Satur- Palatka, Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry,Wind- .w "are.still. .having'some"very, Kingsley Lake .
ham and Ronnie of, Orlando.and
Benedict Finzer Sr. and Mr. and day to. spend the! holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Bu- t
Mr. and ;Mrs. Jerald, Jones and ** the PTA ladieS The PTA netted -
Mrs. J. L. Kirchner in St. Matthews her 'rnotherMrs.,. M., H.fc Colley.. Sandra Jones of Gainesville visited '2 profit-of $42-at thir! ftffaIr.'Kathv' channafl of' Edwards, Calif announce I

Ky. Mrs.' O. L. Beasley' and Mrs. :Mr. and.Mrs.: Jones Sunday.,, HarreH of. the University the birth of a'son, Timothy Also A Party On New Year's! Eve
Mr. and Mrs. R. J Andrewsand J. 'W. Klncaid spent the weekend
Mrs. S.M..Mott.and Mrs Estelle of 'Floridavisited: her. par- Kelly, on"Dec 1. .Mrs.: Buchanan
family of Wesconnett were with Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Beasleyat M. O. Harrells will be remembered the ':. .
Tilghman were lIt Lake. City on ents, the last as former VAT "
Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lake Alfred.
business last week. Weekend. Miss Gladys Hicka, -of Hampton.
R. O. Dansby.Mr. Mrs. Dora Burton and Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth' "
and Mrs. J. P. Dill spent Carl Bauer and childrenof Wneeler -- ,4 .- : lj
and Mrs. of: Jacksonville. were overnight j i- .; ;- ,
the weekend with her sister, Mrs. ,
Greenville, Miss. will spend guests of Mrs. S./M./lMott' Satur-r I
Bessie Coffee in Jacksonville. On < -
weekend with Mr. and Mrs.

flower family Saturday Hotel dinner evening in party celebration they at attended the of May-the a I I Robert and with Turnet.al.t Mrs. Alice Et Anderson State Farm in day.Mr.Mrs.and Henry Mrs. Hodge Truby. is Hodge visiting,in. 5:00: PI ON DEC 24 THE SODE 'LAS 'COMPANY .WILL

Starke. Jacksonville this week; >

:_ 80th mother birthday Mrs. J.anniversary M. Lott Sr.of their Mr. and Mrs. George McDanielof Mr. :, Mr: and Mrs. R. F. Gaio revisiting GIVE TO SOME LUCKY PERSON A 'ONDEIL WC% ONPART '

J. ; BRING Gold Fish and Supplies at Sis- Tallahassee are visiting the Ovid Ganos at Swan I .
trunk's. and Mrs. Ben Rowland this week. Lake this week. 'e. ,p "V' ; :

: .' Mf. and Mrs. Nelson Jones are I Mrs. John 'W. Griffin of Och- Mrs' Jennie Edwards of Orlandoano" : WITH : .

j i bcID spending' the holidays with rela' locknee with, Ga.her is l spending parents the Mr. holidays and- Mrs. Mack Howard of Starke MIAMI. .I'BEACH\ % ALL EXENSS FORIWO!

lives at Niagara Falls, N. Y. : ,visited several days last week. t "r "ftEverybody 'i.7's. '
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family l\'j
'F. The .
: Tom Lohg returned home Mon-' Mrs. F.. Stump. ,with the G: w; Davises. ., r .J.. .
Xl t. t-..
Christmas Eve will qualffy '
will be joined on Gifts have been advertised
for Other
; day from Bradford County Hospital Rev. and Mrs.: R": R. 'Carlibif of
and', William H.
where, he underwent an appendectomy by Mr. Mrs. Fairbanks visited Mr. and Mrs. to be given away.
I this W
nderful whohas
Thompson Jr. and family of Trip
on Wednesday night Griffin for .G._ W. Davis Tuesday night ti t. Due to the tremendous
= Monticello and Mr. '
ol: last week.
H I Jean Endicott of Gainesville "
purchased appliancesin .
/l the weekend. ; of book work necessary -
: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis spent isited Barbara Sue Davis Sat- 1 amount

the latter part of last week at I Christmas Wreaths at Slstrunk's.Mrs. .[,urday. the amount of ,$50. or cff to get numbers to :,
is ,
the George Washington Hotel D. T. Clark of Miami

I 1.I 1. while in.Jacksonville on pleasure'and spending' the Christmas holidays* i The Cattlemen's Association of I more.. from. Slad Gad Co.during ';. -each customer, it is .necessary .
Bradford '
business. ... with Mr. and 'Mrs. J. R. Wain- County met Friday -I -. :' .-. that we delay awarding -
night, Dec. 13, at Brooker schooL .t -
Friends of Mrs. Fred Victorof wright and family. ;.he:year.1957 up- to ti'l''hort '.
After the delicious these gifts un -
meeting a 4
Phoenix. Ariz. form Starke Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman 1
) I r of chicken. pilau 'was served ,5OOP.M.Dec.< 24. { the
resident, will regret to hear that will leave today to spend i ., iy after the first' o .

her father, Robert B. Cokenour, the Christmas holidays with Mr. year. Each person purchasing
died recently from Asiatic flu. and Mrs. Perryman, Jr. and -p
'" "-' from us I in the
JollNiRRUI.LRtN Mr. and Mrs. George Hugginsand family at ,Bethlehem, Pa. I J' : This '1 'gas '
family were in Tallahassee Misses Louise and Etta Frippof All-Expenses Paid Vacation ". amount of $50 and over

STffEYALERjRENca Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Colombia, S. C. arrive Tues- f! .B for-Two1l\ay be taken during the year 1957, will

Stanley Poole and family.Mr. day to spend the Christmas holi- STARKE FLA.
be eligible for one pi the
and Mrs. E. E. Lewis were days with their sister, Mrs. L. any* time between the ,

Sunday dinner guests ,of Mr. and G., Powell and family. f ;. r ; following gifts: I
p 1m.... ..' Mrs. B. F.. Grimes in Waldo. Home for the holidays with Sunday Monday Tuesdaj'. dates. of June 1, 1-9-ao thru \ :

I Dish Gardens at Sistrunk's.! their respective: families are' Dec. 22, 23,.24 .

A! 9 WJI-lU 1mIIlJ' Mr. ,and Mrs., Thomas Garvieof Joanne SJade ,from ,Emory University DOUBLE FEATURE Aug. 30, 1958. .. 1. Automatic Gas
.. "ItClMfS UlC.l ALL.
.."._lIIl.... North Caldwell .N. J. were ; Ginger Jones from St. Pillars of'the Sky > '
I u11. rImtTII' here.for. the funerai of Robert Vincent's Nursing School; Carol Range ., ,:** I
IN TECHNICOLOR, The winner may take
,,.If 1_' 'i1 mmo1118I1 Halsall on Friday. While here Jennings and Lu Green from With' Jeff ,Chandler and anEXPENSES'7 '
from Wednesday to Saturday Brenau College; Frances, Land- Dorothy .
other personalong at
Malone ,
I ..$ Gas
:PAIb. Automatic
they visited Mrs. Robert Halsall. rum from Brenau Academy; I l : 2.

"The Fishing Bear" Cartoon ,Mr. and Mrs. ,Tyler Jones visited Jackie Colley, Jackie Hobbs AND expense of Slade Gas. Co. '. -- '-

and ,Candid Mike No. 1 her parents. Mr.. and Mrs.J. Nancy Bales, Jerome E dwards, i Boy On A DolphinWith _0' tT IP' .. Water/Heater I

Thurs.; Fri. Dec. 26, 27 E. Wilson, in SL Augustine on Douglas Nolin, Bobbie; Jean Alan Ladd,. Sophia Loren & .-, i_ '; ,,,p' I I
SundaY' Oakes and Agnes _Lawson from (Clifton Webb All will be "i'
I expenses paid FOR 2 Dearborn
Mr. and Mrs Don Page and Struth from. 3. Space
HIS MOST FSU; Roddy Young Plus Color Cartoon for Children .

ELECTRIFYING Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Harris College; Kathy Struth ; 'for iwo persons from .-., TO, : Heater :
and at Ann : Wed. Thur -tr. 'f!Jce
PERFORMANCE spent onday Tuesday and Betty Simmons from Dec. 25, ,26 '
DOUBLE Starke to,JVIiami, and re- /( Ji -- ,
Cedar Key. St. Joseph's Academy; Jan FEATURE : i '. .
4 Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Young and Mundorff from Oglethorpe Uni-' i -v MIAMI If If

family had as Saturday night versity, ; Joe and Steve Harden Friendly' PersuasionIN i't. um plus expenses we... ..... ,, ; if! 4. $50 Cash Award .

guests Mr. and Mrs. Arless and Marvin ,Brown, from Murray COLOR BEACH .' .'
vacatwnmgonM i'li : -
FRANK! SINATRAMITZI Nowlin and family of Opp Ala. State, College; ,John Mack; New- With Gary Cooper-' mi.. : } \

GAYNOR some from Mars Hill College; AND Beach.m. ? \ ':" J.r::: '48 5. $25 Cash Award

I H.\\'E' Florence and, 'Marcus Brown Crashing Las Vegas > -4 1 :
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ie JEANNE EDDIE ALBERT GRAIN 5LLr. .. 7 R WATER YOUR Duncan from Miami from; Margaret the University} Rose"of 'With., Leo. The Bowery oPeey. Huntz Boys Hall atI Must Present J f 5 Iffi.

Joker isWif : ,CHECKED PIPES Georgia Georgia;Tech Jerry; Jean Harris Mundy from from I I Plus.Color Cartoon I Winner Be, Time of.Award, December. 24 ,

..tunG.NIIr fllII III. 'e Bessie TUt College; Cadet Fri.. Sat. Dec: 27 28: ,
( Jack Miller .from. Marion Military "
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....CHARLES.....It VOOR SAMlIll BRISXIISOARSAtL..1ARTCOHI. rlnstaliatum and Service rum, Institute Physical;, and Therapist Id'ell Land-at You Can't' Run Away f OLD RANGE

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Plus SPECIAL"Never! Forget, A.. Face"i___ GNAN'NPLUMBING CARD OF THANKS 1 Ikm And non'' ....., ..# ,**. ", -I' NEW EULL SIZED RANGE ON OUR FLOOR1 : ..

Our recent sad loss leaves us
THE MANAGEMENT CO. wish grateful hearts toward The Return of -1 If:! U t -'e

,EMPLOYEES llfr Court" neighborS and friends.' Their IS
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WISHING: YOU comforting expressions of sym- ETTER
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A JERIjy; .CHJlISTMA. Q pathy9 and thmightfulness ess will ah"avjratf THAN
and + PIns ferial. fftiptef 'Jf 0.:5: and
2896 always be remembered.Mr. *r-9* -i *>,t,''** _2i>*w *SS n GAS.f" ..
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Church. Also, besides the traditional Walrath. Jr. ., Walter M. Muhlhofer was ticularly
carols, the American 'oman'"" Club''< Hears'" for the occasion.- Mrs.Mahlhofer's as many items, come to our Mrs. Baker and their two sonS Waldo. ,fefl4lU

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Negro Spiritual.. "Rise Up, Shep- Mrs. Otto "McHollister many friends are pleasedto attention too late tor make the were dinner guests of the G. L. J. C. Anderson is improving

i herds, and Follow," a new work I At' their egular business know that she has made a 3 p. m. deadline on Monday, and Sapps. after undergoing surgery at the
necessitate a' trip: to Starke or Tne associational Duval Medical Center in Jack-
will be heard. Organ music will from her recent monthly
Mrs. J. Russell YoungAk&AL&ALAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA meeting on Tuesday Dec, 10, the good recovery
also be featured.A I postponement of the article. Sunday School meeting will be sovnille last Friday.
. . Keystone Heights,.Woman's Club I llness.
& & My sincere thanks to all who held Mrs. Irene Anderson
-- ---------AAAa&&aaa&&&& brief Christmas messagewill heard "an enlightening talk by' KeynotesCarl Thursday night Dec. 19, at spent last
are cooperating to make this :Macedonia week with Mrs. Nellie
Church in McGee.
v CHRISTMAS Marti, Mrs. Charles Hulin, Mrs.E. be given by the Pastor, Rev. Mrs. Otto McHoDister, of Tren-: A. Wistrup is recoveringfrom Baptist
column grow into a "Keystone"sectionand. Jacksonville at 7:30. All Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas
teachersand had
IN TilE CHURCHES ton. Mrs. District recent at 'the
F. Aiken in the Children's J. Russell Young and a cere- McHollister.. surgery with wish for a
Community.Church Division, Bob Randolph lighting. mony of candlelighting! will Director of the' Florida Federation Bradford County Hospital and a CHRISTMASTO officers are urged to attend. as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and
On Sunday evening De 22, Taking :heading parts in the close the service. The commun- I of Women's'Clubs, spoke on hopes to return to his home ALL! Mr. and Mrs. Ossie Norman Mrs. Edward Dukes'of Jackson

a pageant, "The Light of the: pageant are: Agnes Watson, ity is cordially invited to attend. the advantages of belonging! to this. week. spent Friday night with her ville, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Martin

World," will be presented in the the 'interchange mother, Mrs. Lee Johns of Jacksonville and children, and Mr and Mrs.
lane Jackson, Darlene Campbell, St. Anne's Episcopal Church larger group, and of the Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingston '99..999"YYYY"'TTT..YY.9 I
educational building.of the Community of ideas the Annual Christmas last Friday. Carl Brown and children. Mr.
Edwin Baker among members -
Rev. Allan
Gary Batt the
newly arrived -
Church at 7 p. m. In addition Richard Fox, Kyle McMurtry, ,minister of St. Anne's i!; of 'the larger' group- ; 'bringIng Party held by, the Purchasing RISING Sorry to hear of the death of and Mrs. E. C.,Clark were", after
out. the. wider community Aunt Lula Crews of Lawtey .who noon guests.
to the traditional Manger Bill Pace Mike Walrath, Rickey Church will conduct the Morn- Agents Association on Thursday
Scene there will be a Procession Sunderland Hall j service encouraged by the Federation evening at the San Jose Country moved from our community re Mr. and Mrs. Reese Scott
Henry Mrs. ing Worship Hour on Sunday,
Mrs; Gordon
of Nations, in which authentic I Raymond Starnes, Alfred Watson Dec. 22, ,at 9:30.A : and the more realistic Club in Jacksonville. By cently. spent the weekend ,in Fernandinawith

costumes of various nations will Lt. Col. and Mrs. 'David reason for existence as an organization Mr.. and Mrs. Richard Crowell, LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAVisiting Mrs. Maude Wainwright spent : her mother,, Mrs. Cora Bell

be worn by children, young people -, Nelson, Mrs. Charles T. Smith, Christmas Eve Communion with a larger purpose. daughter and son-in-law of the Friday and Saturday with her Jones. .....
Service will be held .at 11:30: p. Robert, Norman over
and adults. Two choirs will Mrs. Frances Reaves Mrs. McHollister was accompanied David Nelsons, and their small I.
Mrs. William m., Dec. 24, when there will bea the weekend: were Mrs. Maggie
participate, accompanied by Mrs. Baker, and others by Mrs. Alien -Graham, son Phillip will arrive Dec. 23
repre- sermon and music by the Norman Mrs. Willie ,Jones Mrs.
Russell Young on the violin and the former President of the to spend Christmas.
senting nations of the world.A choir. I Ray Morris and 'Earnie Norman, 1--
Axel Malmgren on the flute. Christmas tree will Woman's Club of Melrose, a ,Miss Edith Young of Miami .

Mrs. Ralph Felix will be the follow the pageant. party First Baptist!' Church member.of the Federation. Mrs.I arrives .Dec.21, to visit her. parents all of Gainesville. ,j

pianist. All the children and New Carol WrittenBy The Annual Christmas. Party I E. F. Aiken and Mrs. H. L. Sut- Rev. and Mrs. J. Russell Mr.and Mrs Edward Normanof ,

young people of the Church Local Musician will be held at the Church on ton were hostesses for the tea Young,' during the Christmas Lady'Lake were Sunday din-! t III

School will participate and the Tuesday night, Dec. 24, the Friday Dec. 20, at 7 p. m. Thisis which followed the business" S- holfdays. She"'will leave by plane ner guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. Gor-

pageant is expected to be one of Annual Christmas Eve Midnight. for the participation of the sion when members had 'an opportunity for New York and Boston Dec. don Jones. I hR / "

the most colorful and sacred Candlelight Service will be heldin whole church membership and to meet the speakerand 28'for a brief visit with 'friends Pansy and Joyce Crosby of

presented by the Church group. the sanctuary of the Community all are urged to come. There will guests. therereturning; here Jan. 3 for Jacksonville were the weekend i I1 ''IM UI 11i1'hPd

Hiss Cleva Carson is trainingthe be a program including special Birthday Celebration several days before going backto guests of' the'Lv Crosbys.. ____
beginning: at 11 m. .
children and directing the A p. arrangements of Christmas Set By Woman's Club Miami. Miss Betty Jane. Jenkins of I
of Christmas .
production.: She will be assistedby Carols program by the choir will feature Carols by the Junior Choir, with 'I The Keystone Heights Weman's Eulie''Rushton-' home for the I Starke spent the weekend with I

Mrs. David Nelson Mrs. Axel.. the first appropriate decorations and Club 'waS organized 37 I holidays and. has until Dec. 31, Miss Carolyn Jones. I\\ _
performance of the I
Malmgren, and Mrs. W. L. Rey- costuming, a skit by the Inter New"Year's.Day his Mr.
Carol "I Heard the Bells on years ago on for a ,visit with parents, I
olds, Sr. on costumes Mrs. Clint Christmas mediate group, and other plan at the Old Keystone, Inn. A pro- and ,Mrs.. E. A. Rushton.-. yyyyyy'yyyyyyyyyYyyVVVV '
Day, composed by ned features and enter- .
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Denny, Mrs. William Cannon. Dr. James A. Pait, organist and program gram .is. being arranged for the Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Beible of
tainment. A Christmas tree anda celebration ,of'this Anniversaryon Kansas City were guests last NORTHSIDE __
Miss Kay Walrath Mrs. E. Choir
T. Director of the Community visit Santa Claus with a .
by Monday. afternoon, Dec. 30. week of Mrs. Beible's brother-

Advertisement gift for everyone.On The progranv expected to be a in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.

Dec. 22 at 5 p. m. the highlight of 'the, year for the Howard Tucker. They left for a By Mrs. Carl, flro411AAAAAAALAALLALAAAAAAAAI

Candlelight White Christmas Club will feature several sur. trip' to south Florida but will
From where I'm
Dalton. table
sittinJyJoeMars1i Service will be held. 'All Choirs prises "arid will pay tribute to return to spend Christmas with: "* f RCA Victor *.p.riced
will participate. Solos will be many of, .townspeople. who the Tuckers.Lt. Bro. Baker of Jacksonvillefilled TV with "Lean and Clean" styling that

PHad sung by Mrs. A. E. Anthony, Jr. have helped make the Club a and Mrs. Charles Newmanof the pulpit last Sunday saves you space. New, "MirrorSharp"pictvre262

and Floyd Baker. The Cherub possIbility through the years Hollywood,.Fla, and their: ,twin ,sq. in. of viewable area.t'HigbShorpondEasy" .
daughters will be Keystone visitors tuning with new
Choir will sing a new Carol, The Program' Chairman, Miss
; Personal Treasures "Merry Christmas." The Impressive Cleva Carson states that while and will' be at the homeof Short Cuts : .. "One-Touch" on-off control. Improved
,. ; Dr. and 'Mrs. -D.. M. Christ- Balanced fidelity Sound. Powerful new
service will
candlelighting the committee, does not wish to
offers. The family will gather at super chassis.Ebony;mahogany grained

follow. Ralph Copeland is the divulge ,too ,many details, they the Bert Christoffers, Sr. home. I or limed oak groined finishes& .extra,.
organist and choir director. This do urge .that not only every To HealthA '"' '
folk visit last for Christmas dinner. 211820 Series. .
some young ple's affairs. Take another thing Vesper Service will take the member, but every'visitor. to
weekend.'Nice tidy kids. Mrs. Mimi Browning of Or-
'They's for example, I like a glass of
talking about modern li'ing and ale or beer in the evening. I geta place of the usual Sunday even Keystone, and'ev ryone Interested mond Beach is a patient in the man 4S years' age had suffered $

all and started clearing out the lot of pleasure out of it be- ing service. in civic, affairs attend' this Alachua General Hospital follow 21" ONLY 189TV .

abed. They piled all kinds of cause I like the flavor. Now it's The Intermediate Training birthday celebration. A tea will ing a serious automobile accident se'f're.h'eadachrs. colitis and '

boxes and things out to be hard for me to see why people Union Group enjoyed a hayride follow this .program.,.and.all are recently. Her granddaughter loss of' weight for several years -

hauled to the dump. They were want to come 'roun an' throw Friday evening. They met at the :, cordially invited. to attend. Mrs. Roger Dowst of Brem- Then a.back injury occurred and

surprised when I put a lot of it my stuff out of the shed, but it'sa Church and proceeded to the New Years' Eve Dance erton, Wash., with her small son he went, to a Chiropractor, for
back in the shod and told 'em I lot harder to see why other I
just wanted to keep it. They people want to stop me from enjoyin' new home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Plans are announced for a came by plane to be near Mrs. correction. While being treated ServceAll

tried to explain that it was no my evening refreshment. Brice on Lake Santa Fe where New Year's ''Eye:Dance' to be Browning. for the back injury he learned

good to 'me-and I shouldn't be they had a weiner roast and held at the Skytel near' Keystone Cadet Rand Edelstein, son of that spinal 'adjustments oouM correct -

10 durned old-fashioned. played 'games. Those assisting in by the .CAP. Mrs. ',Bert Christoffers, Jr., arrives his. colitis and headaches...-He

From where I'm sittin' it's looking after the young guests; Prizes Offered For Friday from West Point
robust health and
awful easy for some people to cgetJrfAu( were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolf, Christmas Decorations for a visit.- with- .the .Bert Christ- again enjoys Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
: when illness
offerS makes.it.a. point
fet carried away with other peo Mrs. C. T. Parker, and Mr. and Business establishments and Fully
Mrs. ,C. J. Bastedo and Mrs. strikes to see- his Chiropractorfirst. Equipped Dependable
Mrs Brice. homeowners are again eneour-- .
J C." iDetweiler were Keystone -
St. Williams CatholicA aged to put forth that extra effort ,All Makes and( Models ..
COp)riGht! ,1J.i7 f'nited StD Brtum Foundation Christmas Mass will be held in decorating 'for Christmas.The Heights visitors from Jackson-
ville"on Thursday of last week.
at St. Williams Catholic, Churchon Keystone Heights; Chamber For further information on
:M-rs:.'McCoY Williams, "former 0'
Christmas morning at 7:30 ,of Commerce offers- first, second, problem cases Phone or Write SHEPHERD'S RADIO .
r ly Mrs Pat Fraher, 'is a. patientin < -- .. & TV
Rotarians Will Hold and third prizes this year, and ,
) the. Halifax Hospital, Daytona >, .
1 Annual Christmas Dinner judging will take place between Beach?, after having undergone Dr. H;:G; Bollinger JNMAN D. GREEN, Owner
Dec. 19 Christmas. Displaysand
I Rotarians will be hosts.to their and surgery on 'Mond y: -.
20 atthe decoratoris should be 'ready TV Radio .- Seat COTers Upholstering
'iIELWOPbr wives on Friday, Dec. MissKathryn Eichelberger is Chiropractor I .
keystone Woman's Clubat for judging not Jater.than the .
Heights \
undertreatment. and ill "at her Phone 239 Starke, FU.Coor .
7 An affair anticipatedeach 19th. '246 N. Walnut:St.: .
p. m. home here. She makes ,her home '
WE4E IN STOC5 by members and Awards "will be presented at '
year I at present with her nephew, Robert T.V. Headquarters
guests, Rotarians and their Rotary the regular'' meeting of the I Knox, in the former Parker

JHAVEJWE, Anns will gather 'in recognition Chamber .of .Commerce! on, Jan. home: .on'Little'Lake Keystone.Mr. Consultation _without, obligation

; of the real meaning of 16. and Mrs. L. F. LaMee and ,
4 wI6frI >
QU/CkJ Christmas to enjoy a program Joining ,In this effort to.make. their family ,have moved to the .

I 1OELVEY4fr4( LQZd4 planned by the chairman, Frank our town' beautiful and expressive former .Detweiler residence on

of the Christmas spirit Is Lake Keystone -

//i a sign.'of 'good 'citizenship. Let's Al'Watson, Jr. will 'be home ",.. .,.., H" "'. .. .1_.<... ....... ,.;;. "--..,-.;:... "". ..".... '. "" .',!".y,.;.

? -: IA V$ GAY'SHome all .do our part! fronu Emory University to join .. .
__, ___ -J- PTA ,President Resign his family for the holidays. ,
( (. ___ Subsequent 'to. his recent appointment Your',correspondent would like .

AppliancesYour to. 'the Clay County to request that news for next

i--T- School Board, PTA President, week's ..edition be phoned in k

Friendly A. E. Anthony: ,'offered .his re- (3421) early in the week, par- LcJJ@/z/ ,
tt .. (4
.- &T : Norge Dealer Ignatlon to the Board at their ;

meeting on 'last "Thursday. Mr. ;

NQRGE APPLIANCES Anthony has, been' appointed to
ARKE fill the ; n xpIred 'term of the v -
I MAYTAO WASHERS late! Mrs. r Frances Morgan.

Coffee :Party Honors '. ,

BUILDERS SUPPLIES FLOOR FURNACES Du Pont Newcomers .\'i: to:..>,,;w ..... N ,.,, ';...t ..v...<'" <<,./. ....v....'.', '. ., -:-. .. u' _, .,.-'...: ,.<--.'d. -;-,.,- .
Mrs. Charles T., Smith'was

4 We Service All MakesOf hostess; on Thursday morning at

Appliances her home on entertaIned Lawrence .Boulevard "Il}." .. IJA.MIN.
when she 'with a

Phone 10 coffee party honoring the wivesof .. f

'- recently arrived DuPont -
: Starke Florida jTi& '
f.- .
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I 9 sonnel. Mrs. Charles R., Hager c'.r'V'
and Mrs. A. D Vincent of Orange 'r- : .. j c.. : Ljrp.
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Park, Mrs.. Edward Conneen.

FREE FREE Mrs., Frank W. Harris: Jr., Mrs. 4'4 ':-; s V'jSfc. ;* -. .* =** __ *tl cl tI =

Louis Muir of Keystone, and

Mrs. E. V.' Widegren of. Kingsley : ::

Lake guests of 1i Mrs. M. i inri
were nor.
R. N. Sunderland Mrs. Richard .
Hackman and Mrs. J. Russell -
i" -
r---1 : :;; ti Young assisted Mrs. Smith in -
"'t- for the lIP- -
.. .<;.1 caring guests.
I '"
I- q.-. -. ,''',: "i. Mrs. Mclaughlin HostessA a -:
I E dessert-Canasta' party was I. .;.i. .
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enjoyed by a group of friendsat Your -: IECTRICI7Ysimplifies

the home of Mrs. Lawrence favorite music,party S

4 3 McLaughlin, on Lake Geneva on fun family activities .- -, i'k ,secret of chore oil
alive And
come on tape. -
r % Tuesday. Dec.. 3.Irs..:McLaughlin your collection is exclusively -.- -- -,_ ; vs around the form,.oil around the
was'assisted in entertaining yours with this completely new, ., -
clock! It's the big for
i by her: ssterMrs.! !! H. L, Stevens. home entertainment center.It .- I. change'
., l "belongs"with today's $ the better that means mor. and
; ftt First prize was won by Mrs. /_ -- --
functional the -
yet %-
-' % r-- c; John Thornquist, low prize by cost is far below what you'd -7' (1 better work at lower cost.with; ;
-a- -
M rs. E. W..Dwyer and the door expect for this high fidelity 1I'4' ::: : resultant'higher profits I

prize by Mrs., Harry Lloyd. sound sensation. 4 -c- '- .4j

Coffee Party Honors ASLOWAS$1L95DOWNr ; - -
For this professional-
Mrs., Charles Oliver .
quality recorder.
Mrs.S. E.: McKay' was hostessat
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a. coffee party In her home &
a. on. Lakeview. Drive on Tuesday. ZTTERaIVIN.
I1 -
--, Dee. 10 The guest of honor was WI POITAIl "__"" .. ,'..'

:Mrs. Charles Oliver visitor in bctrfc*.to 4 kmn 4- ________ 4. Modern, work-saving electric oppHoncn give

Complete with 18 H.P. Johnson Motor and Murray Trailer Keystone- last'week. Mrs. Wai *Cwrtnl M ky tteftHM MlM w _1 f a new lift to rural living! The "Kg E" h.f,.

rath 'Jr. poured: 'coffee at the 1,1, cti I you in kitchen,laundry,ba1b...gives you mor.
COME IN *'4'. s Wgs ssa :.- jL time for family fim.putiyou en the road I
NOW% beautifully decor ted Christmas .
table. "' h.bnSfrN14sM-Ncsra1Iac '.!M.. ..."..--f..... ., ... .y. tohoppi--J--t 1''c. ,. ,. .F,.. : \
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IT -
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY Mr. and Mrs.:'Oliver were the L---- t ------- : ,
house giiist f 'tJie 'Walraths; -. ,. .
Jr.. during their 'stay<>ere.-' rlflJ '.
: Birthday Party 'For NOW AT... -- GO LULM/; : let Reddy Kilowatt bt)our); :* :

IMPERIALSERVICE! R Mrs. Charles Huhlhofer .ver-faithful "hired hand"- all around the farm, all -around the .1

E E Mrs. Charles Muhlhofer re l m* Kou .. You'll really work better-///vt/ bett'ei-.dricafly', / I .'; ,
cently returned from: Chicago
E was guest of ..honor1atsurprise FLORIDAPOWER ft LI6HT.CO* '
1575 No..Temple Ave. U S. 301 StarkeFlorida birthday coffee,- party on.'riday. .. ..
when friends and n lghbora'dro -
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ped intowIsherwe& \Mrs. "

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