Bradford County telegraph
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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 27, 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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is the hundredth Christmas 1 78 years ago was the Union'Sun- famiiie. .wereconverging, on cant't tdj$ osiC in Ue Florida faded into insignificance before missing-either-working at Camp

season thatStarke' has enjoyed I day School Christmas Tree inJ I Starke- : ,: trying to find houses, Bank at5tetenSfthe three daysfollowing the hoards of motorized shopperswho Blanding or: sick with{:the flu,

since it first became a town, with Sparkman's Hall 'on Christmas apartments,, rooms -' anything 'II December' were 100 forced courthouse attacherto someone ,guessed., Three hundred

: the establishment of a .post office Eve, described by the editor of with' a roof on it; so they could per cent above last year's on the throw up a defense of wooden disappointed children ran. in and

r i : here in'1857.During that day as "the handsomest'thingof be', near' their men in uniform. same date. fence posts to prevent desperate; out of Stump's store lookingfor

its first century of exIstence the kind we have, ever seen Boy Scouts were busy conductinga "One clothing establishment drivers, from. parking on .the Stnta.

-. ) Starke has experienced all 'The Hall was crowded r'to' its utmost : housetohouse'survey of. living not:the largest in town,was grossing courthouse grounds. A solid mas The Starke post officet where

kinds of Christmases. and still a great many could conditions as basis' for. an appealto $1,000 a day on Fridays and of cars lined the streets ,for even the air was musty ,becauseof .

e There were those very first not find seats or room to stand '..the. Government- for financial Saturdays, even 'in the early partof blocks around the business sec the constant crowds that Jammed
: its narrow corridor, is still
Yuletides! about which little is in. Altogether, it was certainly a aid, in .coping with tremendous December almost as much tion. digging out of ,the avalanche of

known because there was no 'grand affair, and its management, housing, sanitation, and safety business, in one day as had been "But even though .it was the holiday mail ,that swamped its

t newspaper here to record the life from first to last, was such as to problems facing the city. done.in some entire months dur- answer to a merchant's dream, facilities. '(Editor's note: this

give entire satisfaction and delight The Army ing the depression. from a monetary standpoint.
and times of the.town. at its beginning. was paying $2,000- was before the new post. office
I But it i is safe to say to all." 000'to Blanding soldiers every 30 "Added to the buying poweiof Christmas in Starke this year was built, of course.)

4 that every log cabin, even in the It was a far: cry from this days, and the tot expenditures some of 15,000 laborers still ((1940J had less of the old-Ume "We haven't figured up( receipts -

"wilderness' that was. Starke in "grand affair! of 1879 to the at the camp were estimated at I employed on Camp Blanding con holiday flavor than ever before. yet, 9" Postmaster. .F. F.

1' 1857 had $7,500,000 month. struction, was an influx of 11,- Business and mistletoe just don't said, "but December sales
a 'sweet-smelling pine Christmas of 1940, described by per Money was Stump .
sapling standing in the corner fora 'The Telegraph as the "busiest anddizziest" flowing:\ in Starke like water, and 000, soldiers, many, of whom re mix, and to complicate matters were at least two or three, hun.
local merchants mained here for the holiday further, an epidemic of 'mild flu dred cent above last Christ
Christmas tree. There were: no"imported" I in Starke's history. Andso unanimously per
.Mayyour'Christmas northern firs in those it was. agreed that Christmas 1940 was and gift shopped for wives and swept the town. mas. General delivery mail, 'handled

days, and ornaments were stringsof Camp Blanding, the huge World the. greatest buying spree in the I sweethearts .back home.. A. new'drug There was less party giving; was up a thousand per cent."
of the store opened here just in less carol singing; and less decorating To the climax, crowded
pop corn or other homemade War II cantonment on the east history city., cap .
baubles. time, for the ,Christmas rush,. re than ever .before. Too stores along West Call Street
that will side of Kingsley Lake, was near- Said The Telegraph: sales.of 2,300 postcards ir
be business
one long In 1879 The much togetherwith were plunged into darkness
Telegraph was established ing completion and already some "Noone
accurately five days.
sickness, prevented from
many Christmas: Eve night, at the
and began telling the 11,500 troops, mostly of the 31st the' amount of
gross businessflooding7 "Strawberry season Saturdays getting the .real Yuletide spirit. height of the last minute buying
story of Christmas in Starke. The .
Dixie Division I
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be remembered for its swarming Stark stores during heretofore the epitome of rush Even Stump's Santa Claus, traditional frenzy. Shoppers bumped into
of that
season along Call Street. Many of theirlighfijCot I Christmas week, .but it. is signifi- business 'in Bradford County __ Call Street fietir. was /rV, nttrmorl_ nn___ Paeri!' fit_,
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Thanks TB ExpressedFor Delivery Of 125 Christmas i 1 -i -

Response Baskets Is Begun By Elks

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....... flow Monday afternoon with go around to all of the childrenin 3
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the delivery by the Elks Club of the familie? receiving'the bask- and Mrs. Owen Vaughn

bushel baskets heaped with everything ets. it 858 E. Call St. were declared first _

from ham to candy for Santa was on hand at the
prize winners in, the 1957 Christ-
,; needy families in Bradford Coun- theatre with a gift bag of candyfor
mas lighting and decorating con-
ty.. each of the children.

The loading, of cars with the test. Mr. and .Mrs. Tony Gon- _
i-; The baskets will provide Christ- J _
baskets for delivery to the needy zalez of Pinehaven Subdivisionwon
mas food and cheer for about 125
p.- families began at the Elks. Lodge second place, and Mr. and i
families in the area and will also ___
p"I--- Monday afternoon and continued ... ., : '
contain toys for the youngsters.The Mrs. G. L. Lovell of 1015 W.'Mad fr L
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through Tuesday. Members of the _J a
toys were donated by chil- Elks and their wives 'had-worked ison were awarded third. ,8....;. h. .-I ____

I dren attending the "toy matinee" for several days' preparing! the The Vaughns received the $15 g$ : )

Bill Solo sponsored by the Elks at the Flor- gifts. top prize for a lawn 'display of 4 ____ I f M _

ida Theatre Saturday morning.J. Contained in the baskets are Santa Claus in the ,role of baby I :

Bill Soto, chairman. of the D. Doyle, Exalted Ruler of ham, bread, meal: grits, rice*'sugar sitter. The Gonzalez second prize I 4 ______

Bradford County Tuberculosis' : the Elks, estimated ,that about 450 10 pounds of. potatoes, three was $10 and the Lovell third : ; : _

and Health Association, expressed -I children' :attended the free movie, pounds of onions, fruit, 'candy and prize $5.Bradford.' _

gratitude yesterday to the contributing several boxes of toys toys. _1
uu, __ County Hospital won _
people of Bradford County (fp.r _
the commercial division award of
the wonderful response to. the Await Punishment __r: '
Seal this $15, for a tableau of choir boys --I

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"We -.are especially, proud, of The judges honorable -x. Crash Smashes Whitehead Car 'IntoMa'Of'j'wised'. \ Metal

th fact ,that .Bradford County 5 Boys Admit ak.lnEscapade gave mention '. n.. ''11 ..", r ..".. -,'; 'frP.rc.r ''1 'rr'"
% 'to, the display atthe homeof -
was the'"first unit.'in"the.stated to :
exceed"- its 1956 total sales," -- p Mr., an4 Mrs' L LOu'"HU1end, j'Couple Killed In *A tTruckCtasb.
1605 Raiford Road- .and special .
Soto said. This' is due to the Christmas season for five
school records. mention was given to young Har- .
wonderful response of our people Starke, boys was darkened this .
"Don't you realize it's your old and James Seymour. whose f: <
their week by a cloud of -
.. in mailing back money punishment
promptly for'the Chr tJnaiSeab' hanging over their heads for business to know where they first 'venture into the decorating i Raiford Road TrCdyChthns.: ,

received and we are indeed misdeeds committed during an are?" he said. "I,can't figure out contest resulted .in a delightful p ............... '

grateful for this co all-night escapade Sunday night, why you didn't know about them display.- Lives Of Man Wife

operation." punishment which will be levied missing school," he said. The' judging took, place last .' ."'f. .. .... : Elderly ,.

} Adelaide' Crowson, secretary by Juvenile Judge T. A. Yawn According to the stories told Friday .'night and was done by ,' ,- ";,;-t;'. #; -"....,.'....,_ ,
rs. after by the boys, they started thenight's ;"I' ; :_.. Death came suddenly to an .
of the local TB Seal holidays are over. activities'by the Mrs. Ralph Parkison, past presi- .; ; elderly couple Saturday afternoon nursing home. She needed'constant

group announced that receipts The boys, the youngest 11 and rear door of Elrod entering furniture dent of the Jacksonville Beach ___ _'i _; 'l' when their car was smashed by a :carehe, :said, which, he was

during the weekend placed the the oldest 17, in a hearing Mon- stayed '.there a little Garden Club; Mrs. 'E. V.. E. Lar- 6- .c-i'. '" 'it'iZf trailer'truck at'the intersection of unable ,to provide.'
fund total close, to $900, abouta day afternoon told the judge of company sen, treasurer of the Jacksonville '1 The death of ,Mrl and Mrs.
and the Raiford
takinr 4 Bayless Highway '
40 per cent gain over the $656 adventures which began at dark while "just ] then. went Beach. Garden Club, and Mrs. 'J. -. _ Road toward Whitehead bring-.Bradford' Coun
out and walked around. as they were driving
total collected last year. Sunday night and continued until -' H. Fogg parliamentarian the : ty's traffic' toil to six for 'the
All of the boys declared that their home near New River.
"It is still' not too late to mall after daylight Monday, ad- 'I Beaches Federation of Garden year, three of which ''occurred at
the door to the store -
furniture,. The 'couple, pronounced dead at
ventures t
in for Christmas which included break- Clubs and past. president'of the this same intersection: The.other
your money had been open when they ar- the scene, were Joseph Franklin
ing into several
Club. -
Seals," Mrs. Crowson said, Vand building and Jacksonville Beach Garden victim at this spot was 'Raiford
we urge everyone to respond so stealing a quantity of food from rived. The judges said that they were Whithead., 80, and his wife, Alma, Rosier who;was. killed on Aug. 9.
the school cafeteria.All On leaving the furniture store 79. -
that the total .will pass the $1-. honored to be invited to Starke .
000 mark." but one of the 'boys had they went to' a vacant house for his purpose and refused to j According to the evidence, Mr. Co. B Receives
the funeral home and triedto
chair missed all or nearly all of the near i accept 'expense money. Whitehead; driving west on Bay
Soto is an enthusiastic .
last several weeks of school. rest. About 1:40: in the morn- ..! less failed to observe '
The The ; 'lfJ Highway, a :
be- following point -
man of the TB committee started out score system r Superior Rating
cause he' has first hand information oldest boy told the judge that ing they again go- was used in' judging the contest : '3 i stop sign and pulled into the pathof :
to the high school where
he had
that Is quit school. to the occasion the oncoming truck which was
of the good done : suitability '
they broke into B. building, by
with this money. A little more Judge Yawn placed the lads jimmying a lock with .a' knife. season, and surroundings, 25, per 1 ". :: traveling north .on the Raiford: Co. B, 7.h Armored Ordnance
under a 5:30: daily curfew pending ./--t) Road. The wreck occurred about Battalion of Camp .Blanding .received -
than a year ago he was a patient They entered the main building cent"originality; (0 per cent; de- .

in one of the state's tuberculosis .disposition of the case witha in the same manner, going into sign, 20 per cent; amount of'. r.c,,, '..:? ,; _.". \; '..,_....,.. I 5 p.m. a, rating of superior on the

B&nitoriums himself. He says stern warning that the police the principal's office, and also work, 15 per cent. -",,. ( ':. .' The truck driver, Fred W. Sous- basis of its recent annual 3rd

that the.care and food received had instructions to put them in broke into the gym, and both Individuals and firms contribut- ... ,"I .,J.;', .. ,'. tam of Winter Haven, said that Army inspection; conducted by
jail if they were found on the f .\ J Ir, 1. .
there Is excellent.and that every the high school and elementary ing ,to the fund for prize money 'itl: Mr. Whitehead was driving at a
streets '" Richard F. Bubb of the
the Maj. .
thing possible is done for the during prohibited school cafeterias. They broke a were: Elks Club, Florida Power' f: t Yo slow rate .of speed and Soustam

comfort 'and.-well being.;.of the hours. He also issued orders for window trying to get into the I. & Light, Winkler Electric, .- .". ,,.\WI' .. ., ,", J., ,thought that he was going tc I Army Inspector General's Corps.In .
them to attend school whenit '
patient daily library but could not find a way United Plastics, Hardy Brothers, "' "' ." stop, but he: did not. his report, Maj.:Bubb.pointed

Bradford County now has 11 begins the after oldest the boy holidays in these Including in. Brownlee & Chasteen,; Wells .. ,f Soustam was' drivingabout 5
patients in state hospitals for, instructions. About 10 or 11 they took some Electric, Farm, Home & Auto m.p.h when the vehicles collided unit as evidenced. by the
OwnersKilled ,
tuberculosis. A large portion of cakes and doughnuts from in Supply, Garden Restaurant, Ruby Dog Survives Unharmed The Whitehead's; :1948 Chevrolet, '
The judge set Jan. 10 as the enthusiasm, interest 'aggressive
their expenses is paid for 6y date front of the ALP store then returned Johns Beauty Shop, Robbins', hit broadside ', was' carried for: a ""

receipts from the annual sale of I and be for disposed the case of. to reconvene to the furniture store. Winn-Dixie, Starke HardwareCo. C of C To Discuss Lad Hits Car, distance of 221 feet, Deputy Sheriff ness, and appeara of, the 'per.f .

Christmas Seals. In the elementary school cafeteria ., Ducky's, Dahmer's, Leila's <. Riley Sweat, investigator of sonnel.. Be',asO pointed out. that
Mothers of all of the boys attended
the hearing and were reproved -i they stole a 27 pound tur- Barksdale's, C. H. Nasworthy, 1958 Closing Hours, A five-year-old boy escaped serious he wreck, said. No charges werelaced the oral examination 'of men in

City To Receive .by the judge for being too key, some weiners and: other Mitchell's Drug Store, sni tty's Locai1merchants will be givenan injury when l he ,ran into the against ,the truck driver.: ranks revealed that past training
meat. Bread and eating utensils Barber Shop, Stump's Store, side .of a car .on Call street Monday '
( lax in the guidance of the youths. oportunity to airtheir viewson A dog in the rear seat of theVhitehead .had been effective 'in both .basic
were taken fromthe high. school Hart Furniture Co., Canova'sPharmacy morning .
When of the mothers car'was not injured.
one remarked *
cafeteria. Local Finance Co., 1958 .holiday. 'closing dates at Witnesses rep rted.that- the'lad, and! MoS'subjects.. :
that she. had allowed : Mr. Whitehead'had !
Safety Award They proceeded to the railroad Dr. S. R. Marco Dr. J:. E. Denmark a meeting of the Merchants Division Billy :Coker, .was. looking.-be1iini I only recent ;{ 'Capt.. -Roclriey 'p: "Hall, "the:.unit
her boy a degree of freedom the applied to. have his -wife, declareiincompetent tt. '. *
j judge commented: track looking for a place to fix Dr. O. L. Haynes, Dr.- A. of the Chamber 'of Commerce him when he entered the street t and admitted commander. ; .commented, ., that"1957has ,. .
eat out J:, Barry, Dr. P. G. Felos, Dr and collided ;tp: a '
themselves something to with 'driven
a car
that. to be held the by % year
.A award\in:,recOgnition "I'm afraid is one thing courtroom -, been. :a very successful.
safety __ ,(Continued on .Page Six) T.G.Ritch_ :. Dr.-H.-H. .Adams* Mrs. Julian Sapp of Safety Har '-! : -'- '. i f
of the City of Starke's' record'of that js wrong, they have" been 'of'the.. courthouse Monday, bor. The attending doctor reported ,: Desert, Isle,. Motel for* ,Co. B,.,and' that- ; the..Superior
1 ,1956, will allowed too much freedom. Jan,': 2:30 rai owed,' i\"thc'
fatalities 6at ng.'ks
no traffic 58 p. m. unit was
Expected InEarly' that Billy suffered only'bruiseson : . .
;:Several of the boys had led ) ij.
be presentedHo- -c'ity ,at apolicemen's their parents to believe they Ail business and professional the f camt head. ; Opens, .In Lawtey a-fitting. .tribute. to'" the-, ,-' personnel."
dinner on Jan. were going on a camping trip members are urged to attend The 'boy, is the son of Mr. and for their diligent. 'efforts. ."to realize -

Florida Capt. Highway C. W. Han Patrol ock is o?sche-the and one of the boys was sup- Work Eyed On New Patrol StationConstruction this important, meeting. Mrs. D. L.. Snipes.Student Bradford County's newest motel >- a combat-ready' unit. .

posed to have been the
the 33-unit Desert Isle, on Le '
Co. .B has a nucleus.-of 57 Tet-
duled be the
to 'principal
night with another of the lads.
the event and wffl present-the The mothers admitted to the Meeting Date Day mile north, of Lawtey. on U. l:;'1 erans. Of _this number 25 ,are
and completed.
Flor- preliminaries
on the new 301, opened for business laa 5t combat veterans. During the -paste
award on behalf of the Florida Department judge that they had not taken ida Highway Patrol station planned When completed, the $30,000 I The next meeting of the Cattlemen's I i Student Recognition Day wil]LI Thursday and 25 rooms ver: 12 months. the unit has receivedthe

Safety. The steps to find out for sure where for Bradford will will be occupied b,P be observed ,
of Public County get headquarters Association! and Farm Bureau at the morning service filled the first night t' Veterans .of Foreign Wars
their boys were or about their after the staff of five six people and I ., _c
sometime or
dinnv will be held in, the Garden: underway a will be held on Jan! 31. No of the First .Methodist Churcl];L Albert Sappenfield and .L.. I I i:. .Award for being'one of the/put.
in in Bradford and the
Restaurant beginning at :730. pan Vehicle Tags Go January first of the or year February, possibly, Capt., C troopers surrounding counties will operate; meeting will be field on Dec. 27, Sunday. Torn Long will be ii[ri Kight are, co-owners' of the ne w .standing units of Florida;, the Ad-

Mayor W. T. Jackson and.W..H. On SaleJan. 2 W. Hancock said this week. off its radio. Working in the! the next regular meeting night, charge of the program., 4 motel: and Mr Kight will .t)e .jutant ,General's Award for. being
the'best in the state
resident qualified-unit
(Billy) Noegei!, City'b0ucii. safe- Capt. Hancock said that construction -I building will be four radio operators '. because. the 'recent ,meeting. at manager '
in .the.3rdArzny
ty committee chairman will rep Motor vehicle tags for 1958 has been delayed be- I a clerk and a corporal in 1 Brocket' was for. both Novemberand New Year's DanceThe Sappenfield, owner of the at Iiin arms (second in
area); Superior rating summers
joining Trail Motel, announce; Commission
resent the city in receiving. the. I, will go on office sale Thursday.in the tax Jan.collector'1 2-,, has cause been the holding Budget up funds for charge.Driver's license I examinationj December.- Business and ProfessionaWomen's LI that the Trail Restaurant h field training Superior on. 3rd

.;: award. be conducted in' thi The Board of Directors of the been doubled in size to accon[ri- Army Technical Inspection Su
and will remain on sale through I new construction until after a will also Club will sponsor i a
Others invited organizations.will' meet prior tothe'Jannary modate of the DeseIsle. rt perior on 3rd Army Armory Ini .
patrons ,
to attend include of remodeling old stations new patrol station.
Feb. 20, Tax Collector J. R program gala New Year's Eve dance a t '
\\0 members of the police 'department Kelly said this week. has been completed. Capt. Hancock said the new U' ;: meeting to map out spection., report; 'and it was a
Cpl. Carlos be. a progranvof action,for the:com the .USO BuildingTuesday nigb t member of the Battalion that wonn.
.z .,Musgrove of the Kelly"'said that all tag buyers I The project is ready for the station was made necessary The new motel was openiC ed
Florida Highway is -difficult ingyear.A: cpmraittee has been beginning at 9. p. m. with musi four months the 3rd Army,Area National Rifle
r patrol DR. bring their old tag registration -. contracts to be let ,.and the con- cause Bradford County just after the coIf :
must '
;, Jansen FHP safety offic ,':and slips to obtain a new r struction to begin .the officer to reach by radio fron I. appointed to,'.work, .out.'the place i furnished, by ,:a University o) struction,work. under .the sup r- Association's .Small Bore Rifla

other local officials. <* said, with all of, the surveying. stations ,already established.'' and menu tor next-meeting. i Florida dance-group. vision of :Mr. Sappenfield starte:d. Hatch.y. -

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editorial Farmer's Digry.

.. ... :, jA:;: w Sugar Cured (teeth ouf & tongue. in) -

By Sam McGamy ,; .. : t'. -

about it! Folks used to work hard
(. fof theit money back in those

'I. days.- 5.5 ,:,' "
Farmer 'was telling 'uS aboiit: a

vi : \, sow that: had,a litter of five pigs. i
He was so'mad he swore that justas'E
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; On ad he could he was going
r-p The'p t to take that sow off to market
Jesus ;f ct Man In of the bad
spite freeze last He 'may be even madder yet if
.week there were some. greens and 'the sow mashes -one' or' two of the
.I cabbage that went to market this five she did
pigs bring.
.. '(The following editorial 'waiwritten by the late C. -
week. Saw a half load, of cab- s' : C.
P. Mooney for tl' his'Coinmercial-Appeal, on Be- 'bage on the way to the Jax market :Hens hare fallen off in' pro
robber 2, 1912. It immediately' received recognition as and it probably brought a good d ction, due to the cold weather,

one of ,the 'world's greatest editorial1,1,' and hat been'reprotlumf p rice. 'and it couldn't come at' a worse /

oaT innumerable occasions since the date of Its time for eggs are :bringing a good : JOWLS\ 'Lb 7

publication.) I ,,, As far as we could see, the price now. ..> ',. .
f freeze did not do a great deal of S SS & ''"- '
damage out' in the country," mostly An farmer around here ':' '
> There is no other character in history like that egg .,. .:- :: ', .;.
of Jesus.. because there 'was notmuchstuff feeds his dog eggs that' are un- --',?-, "' .
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planted. However, it did saleable because of blood spots. -
As'a 'preacher, as a doer of things, and as a turn the pastures brown and the 'Funny thing is that the dog won't

philosopher, no man ever had the sweep and poor old cows are really hurting, eat: the eggs out! of his dish. The

vision of,Jesus.. '. .. .. unless they have some temporary farmer has to drop them' on: ,.lh"a '

A. human analysis 'of'.t the'huVnan 'action's of grazing crop.. ground, (as if accidentally r"a dthen' 9carAayer Sugar Cured Boneless (Jowl Butts)
we' the dog pounces in and gobbles _
Jesus brings to 'view a rule of life that, is amaz-
Have heard.a lot of them
discussion up.
ing': in its perfect detail.
about the latest freeze, as compared C I b
The system of ethics'that Jesus taught during with other cold spells and Two seedling orange trees and '

His earthly sojourn nearly 2,000 years ago was general opinion is that it was the a grapefruit tree'on our place"got

true then, has been true in every century since, coldest Bradford Cour.ty weatherin killed by the cold-last week, but SMOKED BACt.N
and will be true forever. ii, i a long time. All we know is that is nothing compared with
that 'the Freeze what happened to the'citrus
Big did a lot aU
Plato was a great thinker 'and learned in his
of damage (and it showed the way from the south side' of
but his teachings did not 'stand the test of
age, then) and that there was. a bUt- Jax down to Qreen Cove Springs.
time. In big thingsand little things, times'and zard here in 1886, and that the S .

human experience have, .shown that he ,erred. worst cold on record came in 1835. Read a.story in an old issue of, .
Marcus Aurelius touched the reflective mind of S ,the Telegraph ((1887)) that told

the world, but he was cold and austere as brown Oscar Carter ,putting j ,up ,another that 600 acres rof berries were :.,
planted that "season i "in Ihe'area
marble. near his store, and
'when \ve'akd'i1th between Callahan'and Ridge Hammock 4<-. ..'
what hj'svas
The doctrine bf Confucius,' .. gave, a great moral going to name the community-to- (Gainesvilei.] )
and mental dry rot.t : r t' Lb 29t
: "be, his son Richard said: "Egg- SQUARES
The 'teachings of Budd h ''resulted "in rtiental 'ville because years ago :all ,the Got any Indian arrowheads 'or

and moral 'chao '-and mak s' India' derelict today. ''faera'around here used to trade :a.rt acts on your place? 'Wheo'visitlng"Drew'Dukes

Mohammed offered 'a" s stem! of ethics, which I their eggs here' and by Saturday 'he'showed at Worthington -
night there would' b& Springs us a numtber -
''millions" : tn ir very
was adopted by ;of'people" Now \ of arrowheads and
'money in the store, but lots of spear
childr \ live* irt d serts"wher 'once 'were''Cities
eggs." points he has picked up on his
along' dry riVers.:where once> there"? s 'mosure, S place recently. From what we can .
and in the shadows'' of"gray, barren hills where learn, this area at a late date was \ : "
once there,Vas greenness. 'Wh n Oscar was talking abou'tthe : 'still. Indian hunting grounds, so -
old times, he said as a boy heearned there must be
evidence of
Thomas' Aquinas' was fa'' profound 'philosopher, money by pulling stumps. the Red Men around alot.of here. BUCKEYE I

but parts of his system have been abandoned. 'He .said he got 10 cents a piece ". a APPLE

Francis 'Assisi was1) Christ-like in"his saint- for 'digging them out, and that Seasons greetings to aU our

liness,,but,in some things he was, childish. he earned money for a $20 shotgun friends from our farm, from Leo
that way. Can you imagine all the way down" to the faithful PEAS S
Thomas A.
Kempis' 'Imitation Christ 'is a '
digging, out 200 stumps! No doubt (1)) water pump"Finnegan.
thing of rare beauty'and !;ympathy;- but it is, as ", Red Delicious
its name ''indicates,* only an, imitation.. i In the Court of the County Judge,
ice-of the County Judge of Brad
Sir Thomas'Moore's Utopia is yet a dream that Bradford In Prvbatr County, "Florida ford County, Florida, in the Court '
In re: EstaU of J.. W. house at Starker Florida within I2ozpkg
cannot be realized.' Andrews. 1 15c'
Deceased. eight calendar months from the Large ,
Lord 'Bacbrf, Xvriting'bn: hemistr 'a1rd m di-! '1'0'\11 'Creditor<< and Pernonx Hav date of the first publication of this I 6 2' 9c ; ;
lug notice.
ClalmN or Demand Against Each claim or demand must
cine,- under' thetgl sses -tf the'man"working in a Said Kutate.You <<. bein writing and must state the ,
twentieth and each of you are hereby place or residence and post office :: = I Fancy j
) century laboratory, ispuerile. : ; r.otlfied and
required to present address of the claimant and must -.n- '
any claims and demands which be sworn to be the claimant, his .
'The *orld' most learned 'doct is, Until "a you. or either of you, may have I
against agent, or his attorney, or it will
hundred and fifty gave drago l's blood estate of
years ago;
J.v.. Andrews Jr.. become void according to law.
and ground tails of lizards and shells of eggs for deceased late of said County to December 11. 1957.s I

certain trrlments.} rlfhe'great.surgeons of a hun- County the County, ath1 Judge office tf In thourt'Bradford /Estate Betty-of Gainey E. A., Gainey Administratrix, deceased. I Sunnyfield _' ',' __ .. I

dred years ago bled a. man if he were wounded. house Florida of, said within County at Starke, ? BANANAS. I
eight calendar First publication on December 20, 6
Napoleon had the world at his feet for many months publication from of the notice.time Each of the claim first 1957.t ; 12/20 4t ,1/10 FANCY. I

years, but when he died the world was going on shall or demands shall be in writing, and O'rICE OP-, I\TE TlON -
its way as if, he had never lived. and post'State office the place address of residence of the ,TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME *-
Jesus taught little as to property because He the claimant claimant and. his shall agent be sworn, his attor-to by undersigned Chapter ,20.953 herebr'given under, Laws the of provisionsof that Florida the, RICE Large Golden Ripe

knew there were things of,more importance than not ney, so and filed any shall such be claim void.or demand Acts'of 1941, will register with'the

property. He taught much as to character, because s/ Nell R. Andrews, as admin- Clerk for Bradlord of the County Circuit, Court Florida hi upon and ,

character is of more importance than dol W.istratrix Andrews of, Jr.the, deceased.Estate of J. receipt of proof of publication et .

lars. .. First publication. ,November. 8, 1957. this Dixie notice Motor, the Court fictitious under name which of I 3 .lb 43C t
12/13 4t 13t ag j--t Ith'T1: :
', am engaged in business at 744 Temple II Lb
Other men taoght us' to develop systems of PI OTIC!!.-TO APPEAR Avenue, Starke, Florida.
government. Jesus\ taught 'so as' to perfect' the IB' Circuit Court. Bradford Co..ty. Mrs. Thelma L. Golladay. '74*
Florida I. Chiartrr.. Temple Avenue Starke, Fla.' sole
minds of'men.. Jesus looked to the Soul, while Abbie: Wilcos. Plaintiff vs. Sandy owner. ,
other men dwelled, on material things. Wilcox' Defendant. Dated this 20th day of December
12-459 A.D. 1957 at Starke,
Bradford Coun ,
After this experience of 2,000 years; no man: Xotlce To: Sandy To App Wilcox-rt whose resi ty, Florida.. .. ; c -
can find a": flaw in governmental 'system as dence' is Fitzgerald Georgia, and '12/20 4t 1/10 Fresh Crisp Pascal
whose address is General .. ,
Delivery1 r *- T
Outlined by Jesus. Czar and kaiser, president and Fitzgerald, Georgia. 0 CALL FOR BIDS
socialist give to its complete merit their admira- You' are hereby 'notified that. 'a December 17, 19S7 '
!suit for divorce. Sealed Bids will be received by
has been ? '*"\ against you IB 'the the City Council of the'' City I of Stalks
tion.No abcve named Court,and cause and Starke at the City Hall in Starke. CELERY 2 19c
man today, no matter whether he follows you Your are answer required to serve a copy of Florida, Until 7:00 o'clock P.. M. on
the doctrine of Mills, Marx, or' George as, to Complaint on the Plaintiff's pleading to the Tuesday, the 7th day of January,.
A.D.. 1958, at which ,
time and
Attorney Joseph K. Skipper, 221 place'
property, can find a false principle in Jesus'theory
Florida. Title- I'uilding-:! i ; .Jacksonville all bids .recelved will be public
of property.In 2, Florida ly opened and read ,aloud, oa .the -
and file the original in tne office of following '
: '
the duty of'a man to his fellow, no sociolog- I the orbefore'the Clerk of the Circuit Court on,I For the sale of one 1937 Four- Large, ,Firm Heads, ', ,, .
IS day of'
ist has ever approximated the perfection of the 1958; Otherwise\ the allegations January of Door Ford Sedan. Said car caD .. ,....
doctrine laid down by Jesus in His Sermon the catd Compaint will be taken ai be seen at .the New County JaiL :i
on jonfessed by YOU Said City reserves the right to
Mount. This notice shall be 'published I accept or reject any or all bids..

Not all the investigations of chemists, not all egraph.weeks once each in the week Bradford for four County consecutive,Tel E'y CITY: Carl OF Johns STARKE, City FLORIDA Clerk. Cauliflower 2 S"lEA

the. discoveries of explorers not all the exper- 1957 Dated this 11, day of December, 't. .- 122et42UQUID ,.....
iences of rulers -:4 _
not all of the historical facts (OFFICIAL SEAL) r' -
that go to make up the sum of human knowledge Charles A. Darey, "
Clerk of the -
CtrcnJt Court.
today'are in contradiction to word uttered By Marian L. ,
one Crosby Deputy Clerk.
, or one principle laid down by Jesus. 12/13 4t 1/3 I.10 I.
sIn -
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The human experiences of 2,000 years show The County Judge's Court la
had For Bradford County, Flor FROZE 2 3 tcI.
that Jesus '
never made mistake. Jesus never ida. nBROCCOLI

uttered a doctrine that was true at that time and In Re Deceased.: Estate of E.-A. Gainey, OR TABLETS SPEARS Boxes

then became obsolete. .ftOTICB TO CREDITORS '-- .
All creditors of the estate of E. DOCS MOK ToOP / I
Jesus spoke the truth, He lived the truth and
A. Gainey deceased, are hereby:;; COLDS'MISERIES .-cau_! : i
trjith! is eternal. notified and required to file any :: !

History has no record of any other.man lead- claims have against or demands said estate which In they the-of-may ITNiUNIouca4REtY ON 666 A.8 f Fancy Whole Kernel Golden Jane Parker Yeast Raised

ing a perfect life or doing everything in logical w._ .. .1 :..> '.."..... -?--' .
order. Jesus is the only person whose every action GLAZED

and whose every utterance strike a true note CORN 2-lpoiindcans' 25C .

in the' heart and mind of every man born of
woman.' He never said a'foolish thing,.never dida DONUTS S

foolish- act, and never dissembled.No HUNDREDS A&P'- Our Finest Quality .

poet- no dreamer, no philosopher loved humanity I

men. with the love that Jesus bore toward all r of details are managed and economically I APPLESAUCE 2 -, lIb caDs 25* &ixof12 31c

Whothen, was Jesus? ', attended that only"a trained and -

He. could nbt have been merely a man, for I careful] organization can attend'when -

there never' was a man who had two consecutive "' the urgent need for serving ,is at 1Borden's \ -

thoughts Absolute in truthful perfection.- hand. Nonesuch .
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Jesus'Him" must! to have'been be a divine what being Christendom-. or proclaims He- : i : nsD'eWITT MINCE MEAT- 2 9 'oz pkgs 4,9 Jane Parker*' Enriched .

could not have left behind I those things which C. 9-OWES WHITE
Jesus the world Phone Stark !
gave as a heritage. : Fit., _. .
... Funeral Director .- Anbolaice Serrkt I'mtores \ :
tH: J, R ): )i.: R COUNTY TELE6RAPH : Our local funeral home tnablM u to offer' cfaaesSsgaet." ,
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enrolled in college include Bishop President Elizabeth Givens. All

McDougald of the U. S. Air community friends are invited to
j ._ ,_
Force, Cornelius McTear and attend. The Christmas Tree and

: "G" Man. We are glad to have Sunday School program, will be
NEWS CHRISTMAS all these folks back home. held on Friday-night at 8 p. m.

Special Education Dinner Dec. 27. Plan now to attend.

,The classes in special educa- Free Movie

.1 SAYINGS'o tion under the direction of Mrs. All the children of Bradford

L C. Jelson and E. J. Givens hada County are invited to attend

'iMethodist Christmas dinner on Fridayfor the Reno Theatre on Wednesday

Church St. Marks Episcopal all the pupils. The guests Jan. 1, at 2 p. m. to ,enjoy a

were principal Eddie Thompkins complete show by courtesy 'of
:Sunday, Dec. 29 Church RCT. acBlaIa
Raymond! is.
and Supervisor Ozora Shell. A the management E.J. Givens
School for all ages, 9:45 a. m. Sunday Services-9:45: am. ,
delicious dinner was served, gifts and son John. This is just one
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Dine- Church School; 11:00 am.; Morning .I
were, received by the students of the social courtesies that will
A Mlte for MYF. 6:15 p. m. Prayer and Sermon. c
and teachers.. be extended to you. during this
Worship and Business meetingsfor Holy Communion-First Sunday -
Seventh Grade Xmas Dinner
MYF, 6:45 p. m. Evening 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday,, The seventh grade class taught year.New Bethel Baptist Church,
Worship 7:30 A 7:30: a.m.
p m- nursery by ,Mrs. L. M. Royal had a din- Rev. A. Vinson pastor will have
,is, available at all services for Wednesday-7:00 p.ra., Choir :
and Christmas services the
ner party. Special their regular on
any pre-school age children. Practice; 7:45: p.m., Litany and ".' ."'
will be
invitations were extended to first Sunday. The Union
'r1daywe, extend a cordial invitation Bible Study. '
to without a Other meetings and services by principal Thompkins and super- held on the Fifth Sunday. The
anyone announcement. visor Shell. Both received lovely Sunday School program and
home church to, come and worship -
: gifts; sterling silver cuff link Christmas Tree was very suc-
with us.
/. CHURCH OF CHRIST set 'and rhinestone earrings re- cessful. Special thanks to SistersA.

C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister \ spectively. The children had Chandler, P. Marshall, M.

First Christian Church Sunday .Sunday School, 10 plenty of good music, good food Dell and O. Shell for the cooperation -

and good fun. It seems to be and services rendered.
a. m., morning service, 11 a. m.,
Morning worship, 11 a.m.s
Rev J. E. Sherwood pastor evening service, 6:30 p. m. the slogan of this class to be, Supt. S. W. Hankerson paid
leaders. They do what many glowing tribute to this com-
Sunday School 10 a.m. Wednesday study, .
m. others wish to do but don't. mittee for the very fine program
Churcn, 7 p.m.
,; "Hats Off" to a very fine alert rendered on .Xmas Eve, and
Wednesday Prayer Meeting, '
7:30 pjn. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS and progressive class. Booker T. wished all a Very Happy New

CHURCH ,Marshall, Jr. is the president of Year. Watch Service will be held
Adult Choir practice,. 6:45: p.m. >,. '
Wednesday. Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn this very fine group. at the church on New Years Eve

; Ladies Council, 1st end 3rd ing: Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Church News and will start at 9 p. m.

Tuesday nights.fEverybody services, 7:30 p. m. : Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church. Calvary Baptist Church, Rev.
e Rev. L A. Sampson pastor will George Lee pastor will hold regular -
f welcome to each Wednesday Prayer Meeting '
: hold regular services services starting with Sun-
** 7:30 p. m. on Sunday
,- starting with Sunday School at day School. Deacon Dommon In

< mWAY CHAPEL CHURCH OF GOD 1.0 a. m. Supt. Irene Thomas in charge. The morning message

-, ASSEMBLY OF GOD Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn } charge. Sunday will be Trustee will be delivered by the pastor.

G. 5L Osborae, Pastor ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday Day and all members are askedto Watch meeting will be held at

'% Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE do' their full duty for the this church, combined with Anti-

Worship. 11 a. m. Evangelistic Service Wednesday 7:45: p. m church. och and Bethlehem Freewill

Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m. The Fifth Sunday is Missionary Baptist, Rev. L. McKay pastor.

weekly prayer ,service. Invita- LAWTtT Day, Dec. 29. A special pro The general public is cordially

tion extended to everyone. Sunday School, 10 a. n% Morning gram is being planned for 3 p. invited to attend all of these

Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serve m. by this group, according to services.That8 .
: FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH lea l S.3 O n. m. _. -1: '1 I -
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Lawtey We hear that the young peo- ITEMS CONCERNING STARKE PEOPLE. AND WHAT lesson. Pupils must furnish their .
A. E. Massey Pastor HIGHLANDBAPTIST ple intend to give'a big' dance ': Our Business
THEY,ARE DOING TO MAKE CHRISTMAS own instruments. Avery G. S
.Bible school, 10 a. m. CHURCH between Christmas and New Powell. s
Preaching, 11 a. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m: Years.
:: Good side saddle, cost $7.50, VISIT
Evening Service 7:30 p. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and The Starke Drug Co. wishes to (From The Dec. 22, 1898 Issue of The Florida Weekly Advocate) CALL WRITE or
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting I. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting each say to the small boy that they sell for $4.00. Hattie Hagaman.

7:30 pm., Wednesday. Wednesday, 7:30; p. m. Rev. have on hand a limited supplyof when he was young himself and The admittance will be 10 cents. Speaking of large candles, you Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR

Radio program, 8 to 8:30: a. George Chism pastor. Everybody cold cream which is very good he gently murmurs, "Go to it The concert,,will be given for the will find one at A. Floreus'. The .

m. each Sunday over station welcome. for burns kid Christmas comes but oncea benefit of the, SI,..I. A. Music candle is in the show window ANY GLASS NEED

WRGR, Starke. Mr. F. R. Morgan suggests year." will be furnished by',the Victor and reminds one of a telegraph Modern Store Fronts
We Design
K1MGSLEY LAKE that the merchants hang out a Mr.: ,C. C. Powell is improvingthe String Band. Between 30 and 40 pole painted white. Mr. Floreus for

CHURCH OF! JESUS CHRIST MISSIONARY BAPTIST few flags on Monday next justto looks of,his house by a new of Lawtey's young people will will light the! candle and give Just Mail Us A Pattern

LATTER DAY, SAINTS Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Mom-\\ let the people know that we coat of paint. participate in ,this ,entertainmentand anyone who purchases 50 cents Table Tops

I Services each Sunday in Qld Ing Worship 11 a.m. are still alive "By .Ned." The slow mule race Monday it is hoped' that a large worth of goods a chance to guess 1313 N.W. 4th PL GaInesville Fla. Phone FR...2353STROBO'S :

Masonic Hall on, E. Call St. Sun. Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting: Ladies! I have the finest lot afternoon will be ,very inter- crowd will be present to witnessit how long it will burn. The near-

Jay School 10 a. m. Sacrament each Wednesday 7:30 pjn. Everyone of writing paper in the City. N. esting. There's several mules in for it is indeed very kind of est guesses will receive a hand-

>Service: fcSO p. a. Everyone wel. welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott i B. HulL i the race that were never knownto the Lawtey people to repeat the some present.

come.' pastor. Mr. G. W. Davenport, a photo- get out of a walk in their concert in this city for the bene- Dear- Old Santa, Claus: I ,will (

grapher of Savannah, was photo muleish lives. Some of the mules fit of our home organizations. tell you what I want for Christ -A

'#* ,-NEW ,RIVER, r "f' GRAHAM in this last week. will have to be warmed up with 'The stores will te closed next I mas. I want a.set of dishes, a

/ '.BAPTIST":CHURCH I BAPTIST CHURCH graphing city. the :soft side 'of a picket fenceor Monday:,,This will give. the; clerksa story book, and a.great big doll
;ySchool Sunday School ',10 a. m. Morning There will be a. union :ChriSt- miniature fence rail before ,chance' to witness the 'races. ,
7 10 J a.,,,, Wor : a that will shut' its eyes. I am
it hip'Hour,'11 a';: m. Evening Scrvic7p Worship,- 11 a. m. Training mas tree at the Armory Hall they can even be made to ,walk; Mr. Edward Middleton,.- our your little girl, age 7 years. -
m..-Prayer Meeting east Union, 6:30: p. m, Evening Wor. Saturday evening. ? : and the jockey will-have to sight popular liveryman, has ,8'n \! Trissie Boaz.YOUNG ,

Wednesday;'?:30.pm.. ship, '7:30 p. nv Rev. W. O, will commence at 7:30 o'clocl I on'a pine before he can tell '.that horse shearing(machine. The machine LADY wishes to correspond GARAGE & RADIATOR) SHOP
... sharp. Everybody' Is. invited I. _
ff. ** Collins, Sr., pastor. he is moving: ,Is a dandy and does ,not
Those who are going to 'put pre- McFaddin an accomplished hesitate to make the fur fly. with young gentleman.
Miss Kate '
.CHRISTIAN HAMPTO CHURCH M*, i- EVERGREENre- st'ntL.oq,,..the tree" are' 'requestedto ')young lady of New Mr. A. Floreus, our' popular Address :"Lady" in care of The Have Your Radiator Checked ,And

'\,:Christian Endeavor; Friday, 7:30: BAPTIST CHURCH J: have their. presents at thr York, will ,start a Kindergartenclass merchant, has_ greatly improvedthe Advocate. Anti-Freeze Installed

'p. .m... ..Bible Study; Wednesday, Sunday School'10,a. m. Preach- Hall before 4 o'clock, Saturday in this city January 2nd:, inside of his'store with: a WANTED; ,to 'exchange a good

7:30 p. 'm.- Sunday Morning Worilhlp Ing 11 a." m. Training 'Union 6:30p. : afternoon.Mr. Mr. C. F. Hoover and family coat of red paint. The' work was oil stove for' a hog. F. R. Mor- General for Winter .
,:'11"'a. 'm. :Evening Worship, m. Preaching 7:3ff p.,m. Prayer John Sparkman, one .of of Lake City will move'to.Starke skillfully done by 'artist'' N. A. Check-Up -

''l:30'p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. Meeting Wednesday! 7:30 p. m.Madison .= Hampton's popular young men, in the 'near future. He will 'occupy Powell.: gan.We call attention to a pretty
*-.. was attracted. to this city Sun- the Knight cottage pear'the The Christian Endeavors Jrs: EXPERT AUTO REPAIRS ,
tlll.! '- ,M"",! -' ,.. ..-.-.---.-.-.- -0-.)r electric, light plant. Mr. Hoover's met', at' the residence of, Mr. and piece of, poetry :composed by B. EVERY CUSTOMER MUST BE SATISFIED
day.The E. Alvarez'in this edition.
: I If small, tu: ,In: the. height son Frank' and' Joe will open', a r Mrs. S. J. Sternburg. ,last. :Sunday ,
\ I' -
. : : Street Baptist Church of his glory, this 'week. Fire- permanent: photograph gallery i afternoon and ,marched in, a body Mr.large J._ Ml:strawberies Truby picked from, several his- Corner Orange Street and Edwards Road
crackers ,and -- to the Presbyterian Church '
. roman candles, sk- here: field in North Starke this week. PHONES: DAY 471-N NIGHT 471-J
Washington -G 'and.Sts.: ) rockets are his thief',instrumentsof The concert: which was given where they 'joined'the C. ESrs..,
Presently 'Meeting and
.. .; -("'. torture. The older populationsees at Lawtey several .weeks ago,by and listened !to: an interestingtalk WANTED to correspond with I
: will be by Rev ,J.:A.-Hughes, : a young lady of wealth. Florida
l" REV. JACK H. MABRY, JR., Pastor no rest But who;cares;. the Mrs.. Todds e singing class -
,MandOlinBanjo': ;; and: Guitar I girl preferred. Address Drawer
small boy is forgiven by the old repeated! at ,the Armory in this ,

." )' P. T. NOLIN, Supt. Sunday School man. when he 'recalls the days. city'Tuesday evening Dec 29th.! taught." ,New Tnef.hod' ,;;: 25. cts 'per i M, Starke ,Fla. Now Equipped To DeliverKEROSENE

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BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCHSunday street, starke.. Sister wnttmore
Sunday School -_________________._ 9:45 A.M. I Revival PlannedRevival St. Edward's Church I left for Orlando last Friday

Morning Worship __________________.JI.OO A.M. School,.U. a. m.; morn- where she will join her I 'daughter -

I services are -'scheduledto st.. Edward's" Starke: Sunday ing ',!o hip; 11 ..a... :m.;;,training Maude Ellerson Magee, and

'Training Union _____________________ 6:15 P.M.Evening be held at the Long Bridge Mass, 9:30: a. m. Holyday Catechism Masses, union 7 p.' in.;' evening worship other relatives and friends. Mrs.
6:30': and 8:30: a. m. 8 m. ,
p. ,
'Worship _____________________ 7:30 P.M. Church beginning'on Sunday, Dec. for chddren every Satur Hour"of Prayer, Ellerson was' born in Lake But-
I Class
Wednesday, .
ler but has lived in"Orlando for
Prayer Services & Business Meeting, Wed. 7:30 P.M. I 29. Two services will be held day, 9:30: "a. m. 8p.m. ..... many, yeaw. She. is also the ANYWHERE IN THE

:. Sunday, at 11 a.m., and 7 pjn. St. William's, Keystone cousin of Mrs. Marion Del] of

,-----. Services throughout the,week will Heights! (follow Hiway 21' southto .SEVENTH DAY Starke.,
begin at 7 p.m. St. Wllliam sign Sunday Mass ADVENTIST CHURCH Big Dad Christmas Party LAWTEY
8:15 a.m. Holyday Mass, 7:30a Services each Sabbath in the
Rev. Jack F.: Siemer, who re- Confessions before all Masses. The employees of Big Dad
m. home of S. N. Brown across from
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH cently resigned his pastorate' in .' Bethel Baptist Church east of their Manufacturing annual Christmas Co. were Party given F-A-S-T COURTEOUS SERVICEWE

Gilchrist County, will be the evangelist Starke. Sabbath School 2 p., m ,
and dinner at Brooks Cafe. A
_.1: ., STARKE, FLORIDA NORTH SIDE Bible Study"eaCh Wednesday, delicious meal was prepared and

,.", A cordial invitation'is' extendedto ,BAPTI8T-'CJIURCII" 7:30 p. m.-:Ard n Mote, pastor. served to all the employees' and GIVE 'S&H GREEN STAMPS ,

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor the public to attend ,these ser- ,Sunday School,' 10 a., m. Morn- their guests by Mrs. W. Brooks,

.. Worship, '.11 a. m. Training Midnight, Mass proprietor. Lovely' gifts were
ing '
.Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town vices. Mr. D. B. DICK THOMAS
Union,. 6:30: p, m. Evening Wor- given to all persons present. (( ))
:"" St. 'Edward's Catholic church
Phones Office 234 ,
Pastorium 130 ship, 7:30 p., m., Prayer Meeting Finzer, manager 'was very pleased .
celebrated onChristmas"Eve' -
midnight mass
Guest Preacher Wednesday; 7:30: p. ;m. Everyone with the:arrangements wade
Sucday Sermons: 11:00 A.18:00' P.M. welcome.: E.,C. Harvey, pastor. with Father 'John by Mrs. Brooks., This'is an affair ,BEL-AIR PHILLIPS 66 STATION
be Skeehan, celebrantTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT ,
Rev. Bobby Crews which all employees look for-
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union,6:45 P.M.: LAWTEY 2662
guest preacher at vhe.Pine: Level ward to once each year. Several
Midweek Service Baptist Church at services Sun- visitors were served as guests.
Wednesday 7:30 P.M. '
; day. Rev. Crews 'is' the son of NEWS ,OF ,INTEREST, TO COLORED The workers'will, have several : .

Hear the ,Sunday Morning Service over WDVH I'I Mrs. Stafford L. Crews of Starke : OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy days vacation during: the Christ- '.

!, I' and a student at 'the'Bible. Baptist ,- CITIZENS mas season. .-" Moot" Julius .
'.11..a.m.. Regular Broadcast Every, 3, and 5 Sunday; Seminary. Ozora Chandler, reporter.
;: J. Shell
.. Edward Waters College Students
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'''- Home For Christmas victory for the Tigers while :it Edward Waters College '? FOR YOU AND THfMISSISWE ;

Friday-Adult Choir'p ctice, Include ,Earl Barber, Rufus Riley,
-The following recent graduates is the first ,for the Tig erettes.
f 8 p.m. of RJE High School have Several games will be played Davis Myers.,Lillian' Leggett and 4; HOPE THAT
'for all Rosebud Kittles. Rosebud. received :
Sunday-Church ,School returned home for' the holidays: early in. January. Watch this
; %WATCH NIGHT ; and has
SERVICES music scholarship
worship, a
ages, 9:45 a.m. Morning Joan ,Britt, of Lawtey.elected1 paper for. the, dates?: Coaches goLiGETT'jVEATH: ,
in the
: fine
., sermon by pastor, 11 a.m Youth -Miss Freshman at Florida.Nor- Butler ,and Shell ""are still hopeful been doing a I

..-' Fellowship 6:30 pan, Evening mal &, Industrial, Memorial "College of having 'champions this choir. Lillian ,is a Sophomoreand $ :u
); to in May.
Worship, 7:30 pjn. .- St., Augustine. So I far ,she seas.on..Al1. parents:of 'players, expects graduate
{; EVERGREEN Thursday Jan 2-- Junior Choirpractice : is ,an honor student having. re patrons and friends are invitedto She wjll" be remembered as a MISTLETOE Jrja I
forward the
.' ... 3:30: p.m. Starke Social ceived-a report of 1-A and 2B's, come out and cheer'for the stellar on

..,. Club, First Methodist Church, 7:30 for the' first semester; Dorcas teams, which "Will.encourage team of RJE. These, students KISSES

1M.i : pjn. Franklin a. .sophomore, the them to play larder and ,win.. have come home for the holidaysand

-i: BAPTIST CHURCH 'same college and lives in Lawtey, Christmas Party ""' report ,progress so far. J

: AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH received 1-A and. three. B'sfor:' i The I Young! .J..en's .,ProgressiveClub Florida A&H.University
John. Wesley arid the La Social The valedictorian of 1957, ,Es-
Morn: ,the 'first semester; Belle's
\. .. -II. Sunday sChooI9:45'a.n.; Britt. commonly called "DiCkey''tand Clubs will ..havet. e annual sie Mae Aycox of Hampton, is
,. Worship 11: a., ?- Training ,' ? she, standards 'of the
ing Betty .Jean Jenkins are also Christmas party in'Hawthorne. keeping ,
Union- 6:45, p., m.. Evening Worship enrolled 'at 'the: college in ,St. The.local members T are/Mrs. Beu- county high., She rated 'higher

f'{ : 7:30 p. m. Midweek .Prayer Augustine. .All, are happy to be lah ,J., Lennon and _Elmer R. than 'any student .In the county
NEW YEAR'S EVE NIGHT Service Wednesday 7:30. p. m. : Nable when the. state: :examinations
| welcome horn and enjoyed the twin,vic She11.3irs., 7.1 )s. sec: S ARKE SE ?
Everyone tory at the 'basketball game'on retary'of the\fema1e' group and were given.' She received a

:,. Thursday nightH. teacher of they first:, ",grade, at scholarship; ,IA.. &.'M. ;Univer o

i_*. Services From.7:30; ,To.Midnight HEILBRONN MISSIONARY S-. Sports' RJE.. ; A-,.; i"' :' ."- city InlTallahaesee.and has main ;BUILDERS SUPPLIES
la ,. BAPTIST :The RJE Tigers and ,Tigerettes Julia ,EJlersonTnneTalfeedMrs. .' "':: tained a high' averageso far.Yafrin

Rai \ REFRESHMENTS SERVED Sunday Schoon 10'a. m. Morn won a twin bill .on Thursday Julia. ;ElleraonwIfe of Griffin isalso enrolled

_4: ing Worship. 11 a. ,m. Evening night against the: A. L. Mebane the late Robert' -EHerson Sr. at this college He jS.tUdyingto

r ,u."" Worship, 7:30 p. .XL Training High School -of Alachua The after whom. RJE:Js, named.was: be 'a lawyer, Tnis' 1s this, third
,4y.. i EVERYONE WELCOME 'Mid- of '16 to 15: funeralized ; rIando..on"i7Mon-', : year and,',he has, maintained a
.. Union (Sundays) 6:3Q-p.:; m. girl* won by a score n -
; ,' Week Prayer -,Meeting.. Wednesday !file"the, boys .won with a score day.. She,is 'theistef': of ,Mrs. ,high-average-Other' recent grad- __ ....:.. :'
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l message at the Gospel Tabernaclewas

4t.. "God's Christmas Tree.?' The

night Star jof Hope typifies His first

Wilson Christmas gift the Christ Child.

aarty. ( On God's Christmas tree are. also

4Idy 'MO1y found gifts of Hope, Love, Chris-
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. Walter JenningsIs Christmas Parties' i banked aiiiS : : I.I.- ---TIiT _ through Christmas our songs Lord were Jesus sung Christ.and

Honored At Are Enjoyed: Here At 7 ; --- :- = there, was. a special' solo by Jean-

sisted ; T nie Kessler. _
Christmas Dance -
Mrs. Sarah Hunter ,was' hostess ley .
to, the employees of the law, Service Slated
The Starke VVomans Club was
the- setting for a lovely Christmas Starke Elementary Cafetorium a _
Year's Eve
at a Christmas party. and dinnerat After New I
party Saturday evening when '
her home on Lafayette streeton .
Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Jennings entertained were
There will be a special New
Tuesday evening Dec. 11.
at a dance for their son. drews Years Eve service conducted in t

Walter who was, celebrating his Mr. and Mrs. J. 'A., Lee entertained : ._. _____ the First Christian Church from

18th" birthday anniversary.The at a delightful Christmas Mrs. : _' u 11' ----- --S S 7:30": to 1:30: .p. m. on Tuesday. t
club house was beautiful party last Friday evening at Glade 'I f Dec. 31. ThiS is an Interdenominational -

for the occasion with Christmas their on W. Cypress' 'street fora sion.The project for the

decorations carrying out the red. few friends. By benefit of those who- would 'like
green and silver color motif. be held service.
to attend an :
Also at vantage points were holly Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green en- o'clock Glee Club S 4iVt1 Everyone is invited to attend:
and mistletoe., The red linen tertained employees of the Shep- Stokes, v, ..j'S

covered refreshment table was herd Radio and TV Service At'a land ; :'- progr m' of -
i, :
centered with a silver punch Christmas party at their" homeon ficer. music enhanced by I p, _

bowl around which was arranged Riiford road last Friday attend. aW( was' presented 1 by William Carter. Mary was

holy,'and silvered magnolia leaves evening. Glee Club of BItS played by Linda Bro ktI1s;

Interspersed with colored -- of School 'PTA: : meeting Joseph by Jerry Hanson; shep-

Christmas tree balls. The Starke Elementary faculty were Dec. 17, in the S. frn'S herds by Junior Hunter, Billy
enjoyed a lovely Christmas Hall and Irvin Williamson; wise
Assisting Mrs.. Jennings in mas school cafetorium.: : -
serving and caring for her son's party, Tuesday afternoon of last on was under the : -S---- S : men by Homer Bryant. Elbert
guests were Mrs. Lex Grpen and week at the school Cafetorium the Mrs. Mary C. O'Ban- Hersey and Harry Loper; and

Mrs. Frank Jones of Keystone During the party' hours .the J. ; school music director. ,; NA 4i angels by Mary Norman and

Heights.The l teachers played 'teen-age games the the 'Glee Club's pro : Loretta Childs. Mrs. Ola >I.
and enjoyed refreshments. teacher
Perkins eighth grade
approximately 150 guests ction of Christmas
enjoyed? dancing to Hi Fi recordings The faculty presented gifts to Mr. sung by" a 'quart tte and principal, also served as
P.- T. Nolin, principal.' and Miss master of ceremonies for the
'during the hours. ople' from the First
party were : ,
Joan Furlong. QWcseeretary.
rch: Harold Tyus,, afternoon program.
Garden'Club Hostesses for the affair were Mar ia Miller, and i :Mrs., Eva Henderson, music
Mrs. Lennard 'Register; Mrs. assisted with e chrOQms
: They'were ac .
Mr. L ,,
Lormie Moench, and Mrs.:, Jessie '
The Starke: ,Garden Club will .Young. 4 : tained ; by .Mrs. L. J. Gre n. part of the program,

hold .their December, meeting '''''--' mas above are various f directed the glee, club in their
Monday evening, Dec. 30., at the the Glee Club pro- S numbers.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr": icssa I students
After program
Parish House on Church street. and Mr. and Mrs. S. G.' Denmark excha
to the
the Girls Sextette' and their guests
P. T. NoUn : -
chairman '
program and! Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher, -
will be in charge. Jr entertained' The "White 'Christmas": ..--:t':3'.d.; :; class, rooms ,for refreshmentsand .
at a delightful -
Hostesses for the evening 'will Christmas party at the Officer's \ '"Alice Taye"New- yaw OBobby"-Lappe, Patsy Carter,,,,' during.;whidcthe; :Glee Club sang, ter Wonderland." Marilyn Shan- exchange of gifts.

Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr.. chair- Club Saturday evening from Batten, Mary: : fone arid k th( Lappe; "mother" "Silent Night." Wise :Men (l-r) non (boy) and Pat Gardner School", ,closed Friday for and a!

man, Mrs. Tyler Jones, Mrs. M. 5:30' to 7:30 o'clock. last T Beverly Lappe, :and Argent, Tomlinson; and "father"Mary Marilyn Hernwall, Sandra She two-week holiday ,vacation
F. Hazen and Mrs. Gladys Harrington Lion's Ann Long. Standing at ly, and:} Carolyn Thompson (girl) on park bench. classes will resume' again orj
i 'The employees 'and ,associates .out, : ': The" Home Scene left" is Mary Henderson who read "Joseph" JoAlyce, Graham and As, its, final number the entire Monday, Jan. 6.

,--- the Glee Club sang the script that'' provided continuity "Mary"Eleanor Thompson. Glee. Club sang "0 Holy Night". Film WednesdayAt
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--- : Days of Christ; ,for 'the musicaL numbers. I Lower right: Snow Scene with Miss Charlene Hardy play. BantM Church"rmninuel"' :

: (l-rf Chip Fifl- Lower left: The Manger Scene, which illustrated the ,song "Win-. ing the piano. accompaniment.HAMPTON. the 'story of IhdKirth
u.. .. nf... r-hrist______. on-'- film- was presented -

Held at the Hampton Baptis
Club Fetes
sockEt Birthday .YYyyyyyyyyy .yyyyy., Church! Wednesday; evening, Dec]

Women .i" 25 'at' the prayer meeting service|
CHRISTMAS I J.4. $ ) t Walter- gvoda.,
; Iub'was' the set, ,
Tony Gonzalez, .of Starke Wa.:
annual Christmas S. kfl! .
81 Airs. D. EthUAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAIAAAI guest' ,speaker at ,both serviceat
; A 2 / Little Wom n's Club -
,, the church on Sunday, Dee
y"night, Dec., 20. The kr
: & services a\
22. ,Sunday evening
SPECIALTHE : motif'was: carried out I -' -' church have changed time!
r Program -At School
fii j ,
t decorated tree
y As Vacation lad training union now start.
the'. stage in i the club I Begins the]
A white tree, with ; From "Jingle Bells" to "Up at '6:30 p. rri., by
: i ; On the evening worship service at 7:30: |
tfon and a '"kissing 'SSi4 Housetop, from "Awayin
a Manger" to the p. m.
; Nativity
S carried put ,the; mo I
S : | students at Hampton Elementary Mrs. Jessie Durban of

NEW the 'the ,. S J r School entrtained!'! parents and spent Tuesday in Hampton with]
4'ffT'S evening r guests friends Friday afternoon last her mother, Mrs. J. L. Williams.Mr. .I
around, individual, ., ; Williams
> 'tr week at the school auditorium, and Mrs. R C. i
Smith-Corona with burning' ; as a final workout before two and son of Tampa spent last !
and! hol1. Dancing: weeks' vacation for the holidays. weekend' in Hampton with her

to. recorded music, :First and second graders led parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W
ission refreshments! ;'
ELECTRIC-L 5 the program with a uMerjyChristmas" Horne
from a table ,overlaid dt acrostic and two Mrs. Lilly Bias has been discharged
linen 'cloth: and cen- '
from the TB hospitali
songs by the group; Mike New-
PORTABLE TYPEWRITER an exquisite: arrange- some, Joanne Slade, Ronald i i Tallahassee} and will make

..' : balls spikes, Members'help'ng; to celebrate' the,.first, birthday .of the 'Starke Knight and Sally Ann Hunter her: home In Starke. She spent

.' F Burning white Social Club were, (seated) airs. Cora Quattleb um, ,secretarytreasurer -I, each presented readings: then last weekend at the home of the

'Civ 'this :exciting hew'electric l .' holders, balanced ; Rev. W. S. McAliley,' president; Robert' Ilalsall I ice-president, ; I the two Mgrades'sang "Heigh-Ho L: L. Meltons. She is Mrs. Mel-

appliance. Perfect for all the '_ : : : e e. (standing; left" to right) Mrs. W. A.: Bonham,,Sirs. Charles Ward,I Ch istmas" and, "Jolly! O\d\ .St. ton's step'mother. j
family the Smith-Corona Electric es, for this lovely af Bertha Nicholas." Miss Louise c Raulerson Mrs. Maggie, Johnson arrived
Miss Amy Coburn, Mrs. James Watson, James Watson,Sirs.

Portable typewriter. : Miss Della Rosenberg, Pearce, C." R. Bradford, Mrs. John Crehan, Mrs. W. L. Blair, John teacher, directed their' section. of ba.ck.ln Hampton last week after
\ /1Is. Dave Paulk: the program. visiting friends, in Palatka for
Crehan. Jack Abel, Mrs., David Paton, and Mrs. L. M. Clark. several weeks.
Smith, Mrs. Dugger, Cheryl Griffis,. Ann Pa ] ham ,
$197,50 plus t tax : 's, :and Mrs. J.'R. The'SfarKe 'Social"Clutr celebrated and" Mary Lou Gnann from firstand 3Ir:, 'and 'Mrs. Dick Hinson and
family 'were Christmas dinner
I ,_ :_' I its' first anniversary bn Big Dad Fott65E1nployees fourth" grades sang "Silent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest

Low Down Payment and Terms To Suit Vour' Thursday, Dec. 5, with 'a party : Night. Noegel In Starke.,
: 'POINT for the 'in' thfc Presbyterian Assembly Second and fourth grades, Mrs.Floy .
Hall: 'As the members .arrived, At Yule PartyAround Sullivan; teacher began

OTHER SMITH CORONA PORTABLE ESTERBROOK they were greeted at the door their part' of the program ,with"Christmas"
I IDad'
and welcomed into the room 165' employees of Big I Symbols" by Sylvia : : '
Skywriter : iU Come in. and se- .Co.' and i I
Clipper Manufacturing
Sterling! which was appropriately dec '. Starling Rita Meng, Carolyn
n; TELEGRAPH. rated with ,white candles and their:guests attended the' annual Meng, and Diane Brown, followed

74.50 99.50 114.50 Christmas' lights ,and 'decora company Christmas party held 'by' "Away in' A Manger" by the
tions. On the dinner table was a entire room. Boys in the two
the En-
last Thursday noon at
Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus,Tax lovely 'cake with "Starke Social grades gave two readings and

--- No Down Payment One Dollar" S Club'-.-1957-58" on it.. ?. listed, ,.Men's. -, Club- ,, Camp' Bland- sang "Up on the Housetop," followed ,
--- The Bradford
Ie County Hospital
; ing.
.. The theme of the party was by ,a reading and song by
Following the dinner, variety from that '. announces the following! births:
: : ,' "Paper" since this was the paper: girls room
,FLA. anniversary of The club. Each program 1'was presented by Bob- Students from the, third :and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Futch of

member was' asked to make hats .by Del Rio, magician, and other fifth grades opened with read- Starke, a daughter, Donna Evelyn,

MQN.TlJE-S out of newspaper. and prizes entertainers from 'Jacksonville. ings by Kenny Hildebrand, Billy Dec. 20.

Sensational I Off'er'! .:29, 30, 31, were awarded.' 'The guesti were D.- S. -Sicel f.ot. Lexington{. Meng, Ardel Brannen. Mike Peo- Mr.5and :Mrs. Leon A. Gray Jr.

FEATURE; divided into _fOur'groups, andeach I C., president of the company, ples and Charles Hinson; followed of Starke, 'a, daughter, Dec 22.
had to,outfit 'one' person in welcomed guests and extended by readings .and "Jingle
5 : Rock Rock!: a paper costume. ,The four teams best wishes-. employees at the Bells" by the third grade. The Mr., ,and Mrs. Wilbur Bell of

: Freedand Frantic' also issued 'a copy, "The Bradford close of- another year. Fifth grade 'presented an acros- Lawtey a sons Dec. 22.

$ ; '.Lymon( : -' County Sputnik" which' was Following, the dinner, the an- tic on "'Christmas" Bells" -and asong -

i I a week buys the new- HIT SONGS 21 quite interesting. Other games nual, Christmas, tree arid gift by' the class. Mrs.. Virginia'Faile ,
And were"enjoyed 'by the 20 membersand exchange. was held 'at the plant teacher directed. Hospital announces the
"guestspresent.., in ZtarkeFiveyear, : I' Sixth graders sa'lg.two songs following births:
Remington Rand t 'Jesse. James, ,Before, cutting: ,,,the, cake,. pictures service pins were followed-' by an original skit Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Smith of

:Raid were ,made. Delicious re- presented. to five" employees, :at written and played by seventh Lawtey,. a son,.Allen Leroy, Dec,

1 M. PJfigh : _Parker Barbara freshments 'ere' served 'by the s.time. J ; Betty Sapp, Eva grade, students" ,, "Frosty" the 22.Mr.
with DavidAllen
and Tom Xe J' r .Mr&kJames: Mitchell, Mrs W. A. Green, Mary Clark and' colored Snowman 'and Mrs. Paul fr-aulkner a

til\ *:for Children hostesses; Mrs. CharlesV'ar! employees, Bertha Reason and, Jimmy Williams, Brenda Lott daughter. Susan Maria, Dec. 23.
ADDGMMII1NEL and, narrated
1nomoney'do ... Bo ham,. and 1r's'L'; M. Clark.. Rebnaer Clark, Frances Lott by
'; ( Alethia ,Williams. ,Mrs. ,Janie H
3 ., .. ',. .,-,'Jan. 1,2 At the : business7" meeting'"officers .The. sewing' department of Big Noe, sixth and seventh grade
: .. FEATURE "for'1958 were eletd.-By a Dad, with around 125 employe.es! teacher directed.
t '
u' Beast of,the.Amazon .!3Ig.emahr: !'ti 'the* 19o7* officers; closed last,\Fndayfor .the Christmas .- After numbers' by the t school. WEAlfr -
-", were*re- leeted.*'They are' :Olev.WI ,holidays,. and, will, not re.
1 glee club., eighth graders presented iftei.
____ : |. McAHtey: president;" 'Robert oen, .u iLJaL. 6., : : tne '-Xatmty1 narrated ffects of

r n .t [ .',I : '.Beverly'Garland : : 'Marshall;, -- "Vice-president;
I 5' buy asw.- rv' ,' -AND and\ Mrs.: P.- J. 'Q alti baum. I. -o.! COlDSFLUVUtOSj

.c.- the eaqr way-m thi' .. \ecretajy. '- 'tr asiirer." bues for IB Cln-Blt ,,C.nrt, -Bradford: Ceuty, '
h .......7111", Remington Rand : People: .1958 were aid at'the meeting, Florida] ,Irt'rhaBttiy. GAHS:: / SORE THROAT?
K71714 eleadPymeDtI'lao! and "the 'i ifes'anlnter4estld Florence R. Floyd, Plaintiff.-, ys. .
and group
? gar Cynthia George.;'R, F-toydDefrndant. ,
-Patrick persons"inStarKevarea. 'to.. -Case'Xo. 12-162 I Home Appliances !
( r'Cartoon for;Kids 'join Jin.itsgood"times. Order .f PubtiratleB and wtiee TopPf'ar' I
;' X ctecrded: loss To": :' lh *"- Club .\ State .f Florida To Ii
\, \ Pay like rentown -, : : ,G o5rge-R-I'ki4. wlwtie. r4bideflce Y Ut :Friendly. i
: .; S machineBradford : urday-.Jan..3: 4 ,came''vitfi Uie'ahnuieeiient of is, Rlchr ond. Virginia and whose -

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'FAIbAY. DEcEmm' 27, -917_ __ ?. S BfcADFORD OpTOtT{! TELEGRAPH. ,.ffiA) |nE, PtA .. . __ P.t: FI1'P.
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Miss Mary Brooks of Jacksonville -; Mr. and Mrs. James Sullivan and* Mrs.:. ?Nelson Bl'ccker and') -e '" s 4'e TMnf1* n 111'111tiiei- r' H. E. Stokes th? Cira: Tung Groves. The!?

t is spending- a week with and family spent Christmas Eve family ,of, Jacksonville, Mr. and i t Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and were delighted with th5 dirplay:

I :Miss Linda .Kay -Sale. j. .< to..;Mayo with ;Mr. and Mrs. $V. "11r&- Dutch Harley, and.Yr. and I BR.nOKE\, )\ I+ son visited Mr. and Mrs. L. L. of Christmas spirit in cur tmviu

Mr., and, :Mrs. ,Curtis Malone Sullivan, ,'and Christmas night Mrs Jimmy Gaskins and daughters I Hardee Sr. in Jacksonville' on The social event for the even*
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'visited! .Mr. and Mra.i: E,,E.('Malone with Mr, and Mrs. Wesley Godwin of Helibronn, Mr. and Mrs.; Sunday. ing was a progressive, dinnerfor

in ,Madison ,on Sunday r In, Gainesville., Lonnie Harley and ,Mr. and Mrs.j 'n,1J obai'sue" Davis Outdoor Christmas Garden dub members and the-

I Mrs. Mae :Jones of Jacksonvillewas Mr. and ;Mrs., ,Lewis Lamb ofI1lomasville. Al Harley and'A.: Q.: Smith .of j AA&.A&*A A....*AA A*.A A***. Decorations Contest judges at the home of Mrs. and Bill

IN THE NEWS II visiting J>r.. and Mrs. W.: E. : Ga. were ChristIna' Starke-;- Mr. .and -Mrs. Dan.:: Harley I of short Christmas -The town of Brooker, was well Bigham Mrs. Earl Green,

Middleton on: Sunday, ., guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray I ,and famlly;;Mrs.. Mae .Wells "A program and lighted with outdoor Christmas Mrs. George Davis. Dessert, was
I Mrs.,, Rosalie'Crutchfield o| St: plays songs was presented served later at the home of Mrs.
Taylor. Mrs. Martha Bales ,and daughters 19 decorations last Friday night
Augustine and }4Ir and MTS.V, H. .Mrs., 6. L. : end' Mrs + Thursday night, Dec. at. 7:30 Bigham, and an exchange of'
; : and .O C. Harley family when the judges arrived to make
Brooker School
: Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier Jr Jacksonville o'clock In the by gifts climaxed the pleasant even,
; of
Payne, ,were J, W. Kincaid are! spending aD of Lawtey. background ,* decision as to who would be .
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Smith attended entertained at a family dinner Christmas holiday guests.,of; Mr. Christmas ,week with Mr. and Birth Announcements grades 1 through 8. the fortunate winners of the Ing. .

the Liberty National Life In- SundaY,14rs. E. B. Andrewsand ''and Mrs. M..:A.. Tampa music was played by !1 I '
party : ayne.\; Mrs'j C. C. Hoppe in, Mr. and Mrs. :Marvin Wart* Mrs. Henderson of Gainesville. three prizes given by the Brook-
aurance'ChriStmas party at the Mr, and Mrs. R. S. Johns,of Mrs. ,Peggy ShaUer_ attendedthe Lt. Col and Mrs.t Jacksonville, are announcing: *150 guests -r Garden Club. HEALTH FACTS

Primrose Grill in Gainesville last Lake Butler, and Mr, and Mrs. G. funeral. of, her, brother' Carl- left Tuesday to ,spend the holidays the arrival of a daughter, Susan Approximately this oc- First prize went' to :Mrs.: George U
to enjoy of
The function body
present 1.
Friday evening. F. and and Mr. White Sr. afternoon it relatives. your
Pippens family Monday ,in Lakeland with Davis for a display arranged
on Dee. 17th
Lynn, Tuesday, ir
I .casion. system.
t Randall Davis, Irvan Covington, and Mrs. C. H. Dittmar and Nashville: Tenh., She flew home Mrs., Laura Paterson.Jof Bar- Jacksonville. Marvin is the son The Intermediate Boys of the : on the porch of her home.. It controlled 'by the nervous

DeWayne Elder apd Buck Gill of daughter of Jacksonville and Mr. Monday evening.., tow, is ,spending thiS week with of Mr. and 'Mrs.. j', E.. Warren. ; ,Brooker Baptist Church were represented Mr. and Mrs. Santa 2. Faulty nerve function can produce

South Georgia College are homes and Mrs. Floyd Green ofStarke., Mr. and Mrs. John Torode anc Mr and ,Mrs, .Robert: Paterson.' Mr. !and Mrs. M. Benton Futcr hosts at a party Friday night, Claus and their little brownies a wide variety of disease

, ;s ( "the holidays.. ,Mrs. W. .C:Rhoden is confined family .spent, Christmas! day wit!! Mr,,and< Mrs.' Eldon, W. Ma- of Starke, are the proud parent Dec. 20, in the Community Center all working on Christmas toys.

I Mr. 'and Mrs. J. O. Parker and ir. the. Bradford County Hospitalfor I heir; tmotherliMrf"l14; AL Ppythress thews, Srand; son;,.Jacktof Cor- of 'a daughter, Donna Evelyn. Games: were played and re-, The thought of the judges was S. Restoring normal nerve function -'

family' of Homestead are spendingthe observation., ,,.jn"Macclenny.MERRY .. dele,. Ga are Christmas. guestsof ,(Eve)', born Dec. 81t in Bradford freshments served to the 26guests that this was an invitation to restores health and resistance!'
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. ,Crosby Jr. (JIIRISTMAS, :TO ALl Mr. and Mrs ,Mathews, Jr.. I ,'''v and visit Santa. to diSE'&'e1'n after other
'County Green.
IOsp1t .l. by Mrs.'Johnny
Elmer Lewis and family in Starke and family are spending Tuesdayto from,,Seymonr s 667 Service Mrs: ;iRe S.,; ,Mullins and son, Miss. Barbara ,and Wayne i' James Harrell of Stetson University Second prize went to Mrs. methods have failed' "

and with Mr; and Mrs. U, D. DyalJind ,'J Friday with'her' parents, Mr. Mjr. ,and, Mrs.:.L.., W Hiatt and Robin,!,are spending, this weekwith Matchett of, Hampton, attended is spending the holiday loyd Wood who displayed a You'll be surprised to leant

son, Jimmy, in Hampton. and, Mrs. H. W.. Townsend .and daughters J of .Miami: =and Mrs,',M' their parents,. Mr. and Mrs. services at the Mehodist Church with his parents, the C. 'J..Har- eautiful: Nativity Scene set In what Chiropractic ran do for you.
Gary and Stanley' Whitehead of family in Atlanta. L. .Hieatt of Winchester, Ky. are L. T. Izler, and ,Mrand.>Irs. G on Sunday i morning. a background of woods on Jier Consultation without obligation

Baldwin are spending the Christmas Mrs. Lola Johnson ,of ,Ocala is holiday guests of, Mrs. Paulinr- I W Mullins, in Ocala. Mr. Mullins' Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Wells of reUs.Mr.. and Mrs. W. E. !?!gham rent lawn.
holidays with their uncle and spending the holidays with son- Torode! : joined his! fam.ily'on Christmas I weekend Third prize went to Mrs. Earl Phone or .write the
jeesburg, and ,Miss Mary Anr Sr. of Lakeland were
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. White- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mr.'and, ,Mrs. W:, A, ...Scott ofGainesville 1 day.Rev u ,, i dotes of. Gainesville,' are spending guests of the Bill Bighams, Green with a display of a Chrtst- Dr. H. G., BellingerCHIROPRACTIC

'1 head.! Henry Godwin. ,were; visiting, friendsin .,, and Mrs.,Donald Kokb-I the holidays with Mrs: Effie Kathy Harrell and Annette nas. tree and Frosty the Snowman -

Miss Pat Lamb and Leslie Lambof /Mrs. F. F. Stump and Mrs. L. Starke 'Saturday afternoon. mope and,family, >spent Monday I Miner and Nina Wells. Green of Florida State Univer- on her front lawn with a OFFICES

Jacksonville and Mrs. Dorothy H. Jennings will attend the Sweet Guests, of'jMr.;, and Mrs: 3.;, T. -.Friday .with, Dr. and Mrs. L' Miss. Jackie. Harley of .Jacksonville sity, are spending the holidays musical backround of Christmas 728 E. University Ave:

Roznowski.and children of Chicago Briar college luncheon Friday at Quigley on Monday were Dr. an' E. ;Loemker in Atlanta.,, spent the weekend with with i their parents, the M. O. carols: Gainesville Phone ,6-S2S8

I HL are holiday visitors of the the Timuquana Country Club in Mrs S,, Higgins ,of Greenville. JJr. end,Mrs. Lewis.,Haines, Jr. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harrells and Leslie Greens, re- The judges were Mrs. Frank 426 N. Walnut: Street
S. of Fort Lauderdale are spendingthe : 5. Kenner. of Cleveland, Ohio
Lamb family. Jacksonville.Mr. C.Mr. Harley., spectively. Starke Phone 108 m
\ MEKRY CHRISTMAS TO ALT and Mrs. X. M. Smith and and Mrs. A.- W. Anderson Christmas holidays with Mr.:., and Mrs. Raymond, WU- Mrs. Lola.Hall and Mrs. Alice and Mrs, Harry W. Bennett of

from Seymour'. '66" Service. family were in Jacksonville Sun- Sr..,and Mrs. Edward Schwab Rev,: and Mrs. Haines, Sr. and iams of Jacksonville, visited Mr.and Gray of .Dallas,. N. C. have returned -

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Jr. day visiting relatives. have as holiday guests. Mr and family. Mrs: Ed Durban during the home after visiting Mrs.

and children ,of, Jacksonville are Pvt. Raymond Stefahelli and Mrs..John: Anderson and, Son}, kate Mrs. W. H, Struth arid Christmas Mis weekend. Everett Gainey and children for
Prevatt of Fort Ben Johnny, .and, Edward Schwab of Struth have as '
Mr. Myron several
spending the holidays with Mr. ,and Mrs. Thomas Carr. of days.
Mr. and W. L. Edwards
Cocoa and Pvt. ,
Otto guests
Ding, Ga. are home on nine days of Mrs. S. M. Mott the
and Mrs: Slade -Sf.: Tallahassee, are quests of her was sup-
.... Fort Benning, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W. G: \
leave of absence. brother, ,and .sister-in-law, Mr per guest of Rev. and Mrs. Resale -
Mrs. H. anti Struth and Mrs. Leah S. Bau-
'Mrs. Kate Sheppard is spendingthe H. Adams chil- mud ,rMrs.Erlie..Padsett. Carlton, In Fairbanks Satur- ,
dren, Jane and Bin, are going toMemphis knight of Jacksonville: and Mr '
Ala. :
holidays in Demopolis Miss Elizabeth Mrs. day night.
Tenn. and Mrs. Don Cornell and children Terry, s.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Shep- Wednesday toyce Futch arid Ralph, were in Rev. King of Illinois visited
evening for several of Massillon, Ohio.
days visitwith -
FLORIDA Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ray Carltor
raptonto hear Gonzalez
pard.Mr. and Mrs. J. A Dankel o' Tony
her parents,. Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr.
and Mrand
and Mrs. Charles Shepherdand H.' Mosley Wavcross, ,Ga. will be Christma"holiday Teach at the ,First, Baptist Mrs.. Elbert- Mott WISHlor
n family of Tampa spent the ". urch .on Sunday morning.They last Sunday.
Jonathan Strickland guesb tit Mr. and Mrs Our
weekend with his father, I. P. celebra- had dinner with Terry and Ann Gano of Swan Lake visit-
THEATRESAT. [ Shepherd.Mr. ted his sixth birthday anniversary N. S. Dankel. Benton Futch at the El Rancho ed her grandparents, the R. F .
with a party Friday after- Mrs. Ethel Parks M spending:
and Mrs. Ralph Cox'and Hestaurant In Hthe afternoon ,, Ganos,. for several days. You
the holidays in Atlanta, Ga. with
daughters of Live Oak spent noon. hey visited Little Eve Futch and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Stokes
., DEC. 28 ONLY Christmas day with Mrs. D. L. Carl Roberts, Jr. is home for her son-in-law and daughterMr. Mrs. Futch in Bradford County and children of Alacuha were

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Silcox. the holidays from Still College, and Mrs. Dameron Black 'iospitaL : Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. HAPPIEST CHRISTMAS
DesMoines Ia. and family. ,
Mrs. JJF. Rogers and Mrs. Florence Mrs. Mary Reddish was the
i TNI DAY' Prof. Ulman Jones of Floral Mrs. Jessie Young is spending evening.
Rogers of' Jacksonville are Sunday; ;dinner guest of her
q City was a recent visitor of Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.J. Miss Ola Mae Phillips and OF THEM ALL ,
THIY CALLID holiday! guests of Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Eve Godwin and
his aunt, Mrs. Ada Alexander. C. Martin at Fort McCoy.Mr. Bill Gaskins visited Bill's grandfather -
Merritt Williams. Harold In Starke. -
LILLY Mr. and Mrs. Randall Chitt and 'Mrs. J. W. Furlon- Mr. Carl Hilliard in
A COWARDI Mr. and Mrs. Levy Canova Jr. spent Christmas Eve with Mr. and daughter, Joan, Mrs. Edn Mrs. John ,Shuford and, Dave Bradford County Hospital on -
of Gainesville are weekend guestsof and Mrs. M. F. Chitty in Lake- Hutchinson, and Mr. and Mrs. N as guests Mr. and I Sunday afternoon.Mr. JEROME JOHNS

Mr. and Mrs. Canova Sr. land, Ga.Miss S. Dankel and daughter, Judy Mrs..,t.. Augustine.Joe Shuford and, family of : and Mrs. Ellery Starling, 66

Mrs. Cora Marshburn of Key- Barbara Colley of New uid son, Bucky, were in Auburn- of ,Macclenny, were Sunday din OIL COMPANY .

stone Heights spent Christmas Orleans, La. and Charlie Braunof Isle Thursday and Friday to attend Mrs. _Fred Moore Was'shopping ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,.

day with her mother, Mrs. G. W. Marianna the the wedding of a niece, :LIl, Jacksonville on .Monday.Jimmy' Joseph Starling and Miss Ger-
., are spending
Alderman. Martha Ann Hutchinson to Bob- Eunice ,had a tonsillectomy *
week with Mrs. Del Colley and
THE *)y Williamson on Friday even- performed in Bradford:
Woody Alleny of Bagdad, Iraq family. (
I 11 Bounty; Hospital and is.recuper- -
PARSONAND spent,the weekend with classmate Mr. and Mrs. A., M. Moore an at the home of his
and Mrs. M. G. McMillanmd grandmother -
from South Georgia College, De- daughter, Marilyn, of Black-
family are spending the Mrs Selma Eunice. .
Wayne Elder. shear, Ga. are spending Christmas ?hristmas holidays in Quitman Mr. .and,.Mrs. R./W./ Sapp anddaughter C I R ITT
Kenneth Elder of Wofford Col-, day with Mrs. Daisy Ferryman "o were
111I U..fNq d lily 1M1W ;a. with Mr. and Mrs. T. B ? (, Jacksonville,
lege spent the weekend in Char- and Mrs. Del Colley ant
of Mr. and
'Sunday dinner guests, I.Rg
...... leston, S. C. where he escorted Rogers.Mr. '
family.Mr. and Mrs. James 0., Sewel 1 l Mrs. ,Anthony Pearce.
AXTHOKY fIX1tt1iIr] Miss Randy Waring at her debutante '
JOWTUm'oSfcWJffiSMWOOY and Mrs. E. C. Roberts of 1 and family of Jacksonville wen Mr. and Mrs. Everitt _Burne
ball. He returned home
ROGERS....'*- Daytona Beach are spending the Christmas, Eve dinner guests o: of Jacksonville? visited ,his mother -
Tit-aM .,aa.-1CnI( Sunday to spend the holidays with week with :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. W. B. SeweQ. ; Mrs. ,Georgia Ann Sapp.on
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. J and Mrs.. Holland. uid
Roberts < Mr. and Mrs Hugh Webb I Sunday afternoon. !
Elder. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spencer of sons of Knoxville, Tenn. will be 'Mrs. Leslie Prevatt and chil-
,AND Miss Bobbie Bagley of Ocala Orlando are spending several Mr. and Mrs.
veekend, guests of dren: of State Farm visited Mr.
will be the weekend guest of days with Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Dave Paulk and all will 'attend 1 and] Mrs.. 'J. 'B. Bradley and Mr. Y.
Carter, Jr. the Gator Bowl game on.Satur- Willie Griffis .on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Crenshaw'
Roy lay.Mr. Wayne and Tommie Harper
Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. and Mrs. V.. V. Hazen and their
Kingsley Lake, are visiting = }
[ Chitty of Jacksonville are Mrs. M. F. Haten attended the grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Li

A4 Christmas day guests of Mr. and funeral of a cousin, Mrs. Ralph. ,

t Mrs. James L. Chitty ,and family. McNeal, in .Jacksonville last Prevatt: _
-By- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Smith, arc
I, Mr. and Mrs Charlie Parkerof Thursday afternoon.
t. announcing the birth of a
GIB BROWN Cocoa spent,the, weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. :Lance I
I on Sunday at Doctors Hospital in
Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family. have as Christmas holiday
JOHN CHARLES tiilRBil4 Starke. Mrs. Smith
was formerly
Mrs. B. E. Bennett of Mari- quests, T-SgL and Mrs. L.; J. ,

HILLS COBUR.1 BATES anna and Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Richardson,, and family of Val- ,Mrs. Eva Griffis., w The 'Joylulness of the Christmas llj-
Mr. and Mrs. Fonzo Prevatt
,Mr and Mrs. BillyBurbank
TOWNON Bennett, Jr. and children of dosta, Ga..
..- Cottondale are spending Christ- Jr and family of De- and children and Mr. ,and MrsLeroy heralds bring universal joy

'..err TRIAL mas with Rep. and Mrs. Doyle mopolis, Ala., and Sheriff and Donn and family are ii

Ign.LK(UlA81"YAiA Conner. Mrs. ,Quinn and daughter, Dothan, Ala., for & visit with to all good people everywhere.
WMII SVTrII*o luCTel 0 Irs, Donn's mother Mrs. Jean
of Inverness.
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmarkand

Plus "The Milky Way" Car- .a Mrs. P. S. Denmark will be Mr. and, Mrs. R..R. Turnipseedand Baxley. .
p Ga. are Rev. Geo. Chism of Moniac,
of East
No. 2 Serial in Crescent City Thursday and sons
toon and Chapter
Friday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe spending the weekend with Mrs.' Gay Shorty Waldron of Starke '

i Thomas and will attend-the wed- Carrie Adams. and Harley Waldron visited Mrs. FLORIDA ,MOBILE HOMES Inc.

SUN., MON., TUES. of Miss JoAnn Thomas on ,Mr. and Mrs. F.' V.Herlong of Senie Prevatt on Sunday. ,
December 29, 30, 31 ding Jacksonville were Sunday visI- 'Wayne Massey of Fort Eustis '
"I had IM Idea airconditioningWas Friday evening. STARKE FLORIDANOW
3 BIG DAYS- of and Mrs. Frank Her- Va., arrived on Sunday for s ,
tors Mr. .
Sewell of ..
SO EAST TO INSTALLl"' Mr. and Mrs. Cecil t. !t .. '
long. two weeks leave with his pa-
Jacksonville will be weekend '
We do all ef the things, RIGHT guests of Rep. and Mrs.. Doyle Mrs. V V. Hazen and Mr. and rents, Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Mas-

ELVIS that we are expected to do! Conner. :i i Mrs. Majc ,Furlong went up, to I II sey.Miss I
Fort Gordon, Augusta, Ga. .on Agnes Therrell of Jacksonville
PRESLEY :Mrs. Erline Bussey of .Atlanta I
GIB BROWN Is spending the holidays with Friday to get.Pvt., Jimmy Hazen was the guest last Sunday -
who is home on two weeks., furlough -of Mr. and Mrs. Claude OPEN
Ed CarswelL
X INHISFIRST Mr. and Mrs. ,
after which he will report Howe; ,
and Junius Smith
Mr: Mrs
BIG DRAMATIC SERVICE STATION and San Antonio Texas for further Friends of' Mr. Carl Hilliard
have as holiday guests, Mr. "
SINGING ROLE! Orlando duty. win regret to learn that he is a L.

Standard, Oil Products Mrs. G. K. Bennett of Dan Jones of Farmville N. C. patient in Bradford County Hospital .; fib .
i ti-TM.. and son, Kimble Bennett of Fort
will be the weekend .guest! Mr. MFFT I YOIII fDI :Nnc EAT Tilt .

JailhouseRock 407-- -N.. Temple -Ave.-. -- Leonard_Mrs._ cnanes Wood.Myers. Mo.,and Mr.children and and Mrs. Bill Graham and family The. Annual. .Christmas' Reunion .,..-_ ... .... II .........'" ... mutm

of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. at their camp in. the. Scrub of the 'relatives of the lateSt JI.1

children of Tal- ve Starling Sr., was held, at
.. W. T. Weeks and 9Y..ytyy.. .y...-...-.. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther
Paul Knight of Coral Gables Is Hillard on Sunday. Those pre- ROLLERSkating

Plus "Giddyap" Cartoon spending Christmas with his ,LAWTEYUy sent were Mrs. Steve StarlingSr.

mother Mrs. D. E. Knight. ., Mr.. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand

WED., THURS., FRI. Mr. and Mrs. B L. Wilder of foycft'T.FeeclifiaAAAW1LA11ula1aua family, Mr. and Mrs Raymond -

January 1, 2, 3 Gainesville are Christmas Daypiests Saber, Mr. and Mrs. Ogi- v

of Mr and Mrs. F. B. +& live, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Star-

1M CoIIedt P Beard. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas ling, all of Jacksonville, Mr. and

filled Entirely I 0Q Mrs. J. R. Kite is spending and Jody, of Hendersonville JI. Mrs.,Sidney Starling and family, Rink

putts! 6 1'I this week with Dr. and
p. Stubbins in Tallahassee and the holidays with Mrs. Thomas' I family, and Mr. and ,Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins in parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luther, Hilliard and children.

'\I Pelham, Ga. 4 Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Tor- 'Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillipsand .10-

.c ode of'Gainesville, were the Danny were in Callahan; on

AU Sunday dinner guests.H. Sunday for .a visit with Mr. and UNDER THE BIG TENT AT

44 HA\'BYOUR C. Kelly was In Lalelan<:? Mrs; Leslie Phillips and son:

on Wednesday and brought" hi I Danny remained for a longer

? WATER 'lIOn. Wendell, home from Southern 1 visit.. smRkEFLORIDA

1 e PIPES College to spend the Christmas Jeffrey Marrs, nephew of Mrs.

( '1VY4R Na0v CHECKED I holidays. Sam Hicks, is visiting his ,father _X. ,

NQW FOBWINTER Mike Wall of Starke, visited in,, Detroit Michigan lf .
-I e his cousin Ben Greene ion Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling: I

Installation and Seduce day evening. and, family of .Jacksonville visitedMr. Two Session Each Evening Beginning at 7 p 1i .

Mrs. Nona Priest of Starke, and -Mrs. George L. Shu-
1 .u.nJ Of An Types ford on Sunday.. .
was the Sunday dinner guest of -
srRt._.WIm CUlt ,Plumbing Heating: her son Hubert and family. :Mr., and Mrs. James H. Simsof ..- ',_, a. 4

_.-r.mayor-u.1IItIO.J..r.o.or.n ....... I.- Harley Christmas Party Gainesville, attended service 'Located_At The Fair Grounds Behind The American Legion Post
W.u.. GiN:; ANN And Dinner, at :Faith Baptist Church' on ,Sun- # .

'R,.t.I*_-.s_r--m.wl The sons and daughters and day morning : i
a.r.u..i asnrAOa JEFFSPASTRY other relatives, of ).[rs. A. H Mr., and Mrs. James Starting

Plus,"Animals and Kids' .. .. .. 118 Court Street Harley and the late Mr.. Harley ofStarke, were Sunday guest i-tO: ROLLER RINK

\ Cartoon SHOP PHONE 514J gathered: at the Harley home on of Rev. and'Mrs. Alton Dobbs' in '_ ,. >

1 i Sunday for their Annual 'Party Jacksonville; They stopped by "

,1 . HAPPY' .NEW YEAn .. Night Can Collect 2896 and Dinner. Those, enjoying this for a visit'with. James, parents "FOR' HEALTO'S-C:AKE,. ROLLER ,SKATE"i '

gtarke, ,Florida, Keystone Heights lovely affair with Mrs. Harley and attended services at the .
were Mrs. .MitU-Miley. Mr. First- 'Baptist- Cborcb' ij'Sunday,

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Austin Bell. $37. reckless

: ',r! ;.n yyyyyyyyyyVbyyyvvvYvVv1'S' I Cub:-' Scouts Entertain'Santa,' 78 Cases ::Handled ed James"driving! 'Howard. W.Frazier,

... S. "VI LIE .:0-: $37, reckless driving;, Arthur
,. I fii. CourtfcA. Fred Davis, $37, speeding; Charles

f':. Ralph.Hunter,. $.37, speeding;
SantaLsits \ Miami seaman Monday was WUliVandraugiit Storer

sentenced to'a fine of' 5150. or 'improper passing i ; Donna Richard .

: 30 days after being found guilty ;$12, running red light; J. ..1.Strasser .

We regret that Mrs.. W' 0. in 'M .yof's "Court Monday of ,.- $12; running .red light;
llathis, wife:of the pastor of, the .
while Intoxicated and
'- Q Maxville Baptist .Church ,was ,111 driving driving without a license. 1. :Gun Won't Work/

Sunday and had I to k be taken; to ,
The man Raymond Houston? ,
,. her home in' Jacksonville undaymot'I1
pleaded innocent to driving while Sentence' Denied
Ilg, after. the'worship. ser- intoxicated, but admitted that .he
f/ vices. : County Judge T. :X, Yawn Mon
}, did not have a driver's license:
S -:: S Mrs Dora Byrd la: OUt this ;:i -; Mayor W. T. Jackson. however day withheld imposition of sentence

Small Fry # week,,tut. we hope she .will be found him guilty of the DWI on a 'Negro for' carrying a

55' ? well" .. 7enough" to enjoy U the holi __L. cpk after three policemen testified concealed weapon but sentencedthe

S days.. S 'that he was drunk at the time same man: .to pay a $75 fine

Mrs. Paul Garrett.of Jacksonville of his arrest or serve 30 -days on a charge of

5 S spent the day with her James A. Williams, who had fraud of food and another' 30 daysif

\S :.; mother,;.Mrs. Doss, Higginbotham SI been .in the car with Houston, he.. did not pay ,the food costs.
; __;. and.family:last;:'Friday. Mr; ..G failed to appear to answer char The concealed weapon sentencewas

# 4L"? : rett returned to California' last -r r'1 ges of public Intoxication and suspended after examinationof

.._SS_sS :.Tuesday 'after' a' two weeks I allowing an unauthorized person :the -weapon:showed that it was

S leave. to drive his car. in such poor condition that it

S \ Misses, Shirley and June'\Higginbotham A $27 bond posted by Robert: would have been difficult to fire.

: and,. Mrs.., Paul Garrett :-. Eaves of Starke on a malicious I The judge expressed doubt thatit
; S t: *visited in Jacksonville -
: and sons mischief charge Was forfeited I could have been classed as a ,
Saturday, with ,Mr. apd. Mrs. -
when he failed to appear in I weapon.
Johnson and family.
One of Santa's main stops on to bring on his return trip duet by Claire Ann McCracken George had court. Policeman Carl Fillyawsaid P The .Negro, Norman, Jackson, !

his'busy' pre-Christmas rounds in I Christmas morning. and Sue Hurst. Jan Ritch was Mrs. Doss' .Higginbotham face that he caught Eaves taking: testified that..he. had not tried to

I I in'i Starke was at. Mama Priest's The annual Christmas program the Archangel while angels were some -skin cancerson .her hub caps from an automobile.A fire It but was delivering it to
doctolaturday. -
kindergarten'\ last Thursday was presented by the kindergarten portrayed :fc-y Ellen Bloodworth removed. by- a. Jacksonville- S4 vacation from jail for Christmas ; Its'owner at the request of her son
morning' where a gay holiday in the' First Baptist Church and Denise Winkler. Kings were Raymond ''Kilgore. arrived -, was allowed by'Mayor Jack when he was picked up by Deputy

party was in progress. As the Friday evening Dec. 13. CenterKeith Patray, Leonard Conner, M-Sgt. Keesler, Field son for Melvin Henley after he Sheriff Riley Sweat on the fraudof

I youngsters ate refreshments ed around The Nativity, the pro- and Jim Shuford. Other members Friday, from was sentenced to $27 or 'five food charge.

Santa visited each and made gram featured solos by Jan of the kindergarten took part in Miss. to spend the Christmas days for public intoxication. Jackson pleaded guilty to failing
I here with his.family.
notes nf what they- wanted,.him Ritch and Archie Thomas and a the choir numbers. holidays I Henley promised he would re to pay $24 for a food bill
MtssJune Hig- I
We regret that SANTA CLAUS was a very special guest when members of Cub turn to jail the day after Christ which he had compiled at a Renocafe.
clair of Winter Park, and Dr. ginbotham is sick in bed this .
ffffffffYYffYffTffyfTTTffffTTffTfMfMfffffffffM ,Pack'70 held their Christmas party In the Methodist fellowship hall .
and ,Mrs. H. Newins Gain- the flu. mas.W.
S. of week with ,
nee 17. In above Cub' : A. Bessant was fined $37
Daniels left Tuesday .night, photo Scout Mickey Callan
esville, were also guests duringthe Mr. and Mrs. Dan
after of
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS weekend.MR. Dec. 23rd for their ,holds box of gifts which Santa will won distribute, while Cub,Buddy being found guilty run -
Monday, ning a stop sign and causing an :I wish to thank all my friends
Sellers inspects a sample. Cubinaster W. P. Callan looks on
AND MRS. HOWARD home in Hendersonville: approv
NorthI: accident The charge grew out:t and neighbors for their many
By Mrs. J. Russell YoungAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA'AAAALAAAAAA S TUCKER have as guests for Carolina. Mr. Daniels ingly. of a minor collision at the inter kindnesses during Mr. Whelan's

,* Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Beible cently discharged ,from the Na- section of Thompson and MadIson illness. Your'consideration and
stationed at Cecil the refreshments. were in Jasper on Saturday to
of Kansas City. Mrs. Beible i' vy and was I streets.
acts of sympathy on his
The Days Are Here Christmas celebration. buffet Mrs. Tucker's sister. Field. The Baldwin school children. attend the funeral of Mrs. Joe S I
Busy! A S Norman E. Sanders, driver of passing: are deeply appreciate
..However, we will take a few dinner was served and all enjoyed MR. AND MRS. LOUIS MUIR Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Auburn- celebrated all day Friday with Dedge. the other car, was found innocent!

minutes to get the items at hand the background music of and family have moved into' the dale and daughter left last we l' their' Christmas games. They' Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Carl of failure to yield the right of Evelyn Norstadt. Whelan (Mrs.

off topress! Christmas recordings and the Bryson home on Lawrence Blvd 'for their home in Indianapolis. also exchanged gifts and had KIrtsinger for the ,Christmas way and causing an accident. Edward J.)

Basketball, Team WinnersOn piano playing of carols for sing- Mr. Muir is a recent addition it Ind.- after Mr. Auburndale received -. refreshments. The children will Holidays are Mr. Kirtsinger's Mayor Jackson postponed -

..Wednesday, Dec. 18, the ing done so beautifully by Ro the DuPont personnel. .his Iischarge..from the U. all have a long vacation. They parents of_ Chattahoochee. trial of a fighting charge against t :FOR DEPmmABLETermite

Girl's Basketball Team won over tary-Ann :May Reed. Gifts of MRS. HERBERT NELSONand S. Navy at. Cecil Field. will not have to return to school Miss Roberta Reed of Chatta Mildred Diamond until Tuesdaymorning. :
MRS.. E. Nolan 'and Misses until January 6th. hoochee the of her I
Melrose by a score of 35-33. Rotary-Ann pins were presentedto R. FOX were joint Mrs. Hattie was guest I .
hosteSses for and Martha Harris LitUe Miss Elizabeth White- grandmother, Mrs.' Dora Linton Control
The.4eafn turned", In'a good account the ladies. dessert bridge parties Jo Ann Parrish The $27 bond of the other:

'of themselves and those Carolling Group on Wednesday afternoon and were visitors in StarKe. Sat-:: head, ,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. on Monday. woman involved, in the accident,

playing were: Sylvia Glisson, A group of young people evening. urday. Horace Whitehead has been Mr. and Mrs. Fred Quatke- Mrs. Grace Thompson, was for HooMfaoH ft ComaaereWFeitOestnl

Nancy Sutton, Pauiette Tyre, carolling on Saturday eveningwas GENEVA BEACH APARTMENT Mr. and Mrs. n.- J. :Parrish and quite ill and has had to miss myer of Walton, Ky.. are visiting feited when she failed to appearOthers

R mesa Dodd, Dorothy Hill. Di- composed of Jimmie Fox. GUESTS enjoyed an in- children visited .IIi. St .rke satur- several weeks of school. She has Mrs. Quatkmeyer's brother- forfeiting bonds indudI -
formal to to the doctor every day in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. -
gathering go .
Sunday evening Grove fiprajbg
ane Brokas, Lavon Payton. Bar- Jackie Fox, Mary Aim and David day
at the Kindergarten Houseat 'Nolan I'm sure that she would appreciate Tom Conners. rived last Thursday from Pensa-
Mrs. had her
Hattie as
bara Drake.* Second string team Schaeffer, Wilson Tyre, Mar- I
Darlene Campbell Mary Ann garet Muir and Jane McMurrty.The the Gordon Adams'. Mr. and guests for Sunday. dinner, Mr I some cards from her schoo' Mrs. Louise Harden and Mrs' cola to be with their parents CaD 1'& C49U

Schaeffer, Barbara Wheeler, Suzy "Lighted" Tree Mrs. Huntley Redfearn. were I and Mrs. Bob Nolan and son of friends. Elizabeth started he Dora Linton left on Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Belche and '

Hall, Deanna Lee. The coachIs .. The Carl Fendricks had a hosts for the occasion. Seville, Mra/Kathleen ''Wilson school term off here at Maxville spend Christmas with their sister Mr and Mrs. J.' 'G. Caldwell until E- Florida Pert Control

.1 GIRL SCOUTS were guests at and Mr. Mrs Tommy Smith in the 6th grade, but was so and daughter, Mrs. Bill Reedin I after Christmas. The Belches
Mrs. Georgia Wolf. well-lighted tree on their front I 5:114 & Chemical Co
a Christmas party in Melrose on I I and" sons of Jacksonville Mr. and smart she was promoted to th' Chattachooche: and Mrs. Caldwell visited Mrs.
fiotarianH In fact -
Hear porch on Sunday evening.
Reading well lighted that it requiredthe M6hday, Dec. 16. Mrs. Freemont Mrs. .D. J.: Parrish arid family,, seventh, .and now attends the Mr. and Mrs. .Milo'.S igler had I A: G. Yongue and Mr. and Mrs. 24'K. W.:let* A,..
Raymond gave a F9 '
Baldwin school.
Tolles is the Scout Leader. B. as spend-the-night guests Emory Dean in Fairfield
Nolar onSaturday. on
beautifully rendered reading of fire department to extinguish and Mr. and C. !aneiTllle! FtorfeU'
Anniversary Party I Misses;Celt .'. Norris Sunday.,
and family : .. I -
Var5Dyke's! The Other Wise Man. the 1laze.A family invention in ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. .T. Grouch YYvvYYYYYvYYYYvvvYYY1TyStATE and Ruth Hammond'.from -
A Christmas p rly was held FSU.I .
In a 'aetUrig- candlelight arid the form of a'synthetic tree all -
Christmas'. greens, the reading,I wont wpll until substitute was I S and Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Hutsonwere at;' the 'I.ong"Branch'B ptJst in :ra lahassee. Sell It Rent ft

which.-fo lowed the singing of made for the intended candles. hosts for an .Eleventh Wed Church"Frlday4CnlghtDec.. ; .. 20th FARMS SK-2 and. Mrs. N-'Selche 4.: .. ar- t Trade
Anniversary dinner
ding Sun
? one'"had barrels of'fun
Carols .led Fred I Duplicate Bridge Winners and'ery S
by Sacher, set '
Mrs. J. O. Caldwell '
day, Dec! 22. for Mr. and Mrs. '
the tone for the .beginning-of the Tying for first place in Thurs H. Rev.. and Mrs.; Higdon were presented 5' 5 'WRGR f MTH A'-1'ELEGRAPHCLASSIFIED
E. Parker. (
Christmas: holiday celebrations. day's play were. Mrs. Logston Enjoying Christmas dinner! to an S ,- -- -..-.
The..;program was held at .the and Mr. Kyle. Third place was which they"greatly appreciated *; ladies of the State Farm 1490 K'CPHONEaooSTARKE.FLOB ;
will be
gether members of the ;
Wonton's Club. Dec. 20 at 7 won by; Mrs. Allen Graham and "Mr. arid Mrs. Johnny Williamson -i had their annual SO WORDS OR :
p. family, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. S Chr: stniasParty'in : DA LESS. O e Imttrtlom 1 .{tSlmlmum. Ckarfcel) _
m. \ Mr. Bachmann. son Jacksonville"spent'. 'Sunday : the club house..on Wednesdayevening The KAC1I. ADpITIOXAt WORD -O\ta.e U-: --_ "71 .71
Mnslc &
Woodrum, 'Mr. and Mrs. R. W. night with Mr.. :'and'Mrs.. Jessie News Station_ S S : :_.:__.;. Per'W.t,
Same sixty Rotarians and I I Ke3'Dott'SMISS Kidd. Mrs. Nellie Winn and '- Dec: 18. The in Starke. Ue ,IXSERTIOXS. SAllE. 'AD
their Rotary Anns are indebted I MARGUERITE LEWIS Charles Winn of Jacksonville and Williamson and son club room was beautifully decorated ADDmONAL.FOR BLWD ADS :JOR ADS aOTPAtDCT, ADTA3ICE.,

to, Frank. Walraih Jr. and his daughter of Jesse Lewis and her Mr.-. and Mrs. 'B. T. Hutson ,of Jessie. Owens.of" Sneads is. enjoying :with traditional tree, in MONDAY._ : ',TIIBO FBIPAY .

committee! for this impressive roommate. Miss Dianne Lewis.of Melrose, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom. the Christmas' holidays one end.of .the room. The mantle 6:00 ulJo Ci..uSIFIED'DlSPL.ty PER ," .-- t :;,: $1S: 'Pepheb; Finit. -1aeri..
: reci
here'with his znotherMrs. ;: Sign .on and\News: ro* SAME AD REPEtTED
New York City are guests of Hutson, Jr. and Gail Hutson 'of Ruby was festive with ma'gnbliaboughs' Starke I. ONI'c'OR'MORE. TlWY.
6,05: WakesV
}.fr.: Lewis for the holidays.. MissLewis Gainesville. Owens. d. "family. < ;: aeh .cluster centered '7:00 EditIon .: CARDS OF: THAXK (l> T. W W. ") ___ _. ...__ .:..
Mr.: and Mrs: Wilkinson 'First (n'Sr3) ovEn WORDS _.___
contributed to the beauty Oscar with .a red Christmas balL. The 7:15 Starke Wak 'Up' "' ----- ---'--;- ; :. 4 Ce.lj Per W.r.lEXOR'U.LS .

>. f.the. Christmas Pageant on and family and Mrs.Grace Herrick piano: was' tastefully; decorated '8:00: Sports .a ..'. AJfDRESOLtJTIOXS' _.-._ _., 4 eea _
had dinner iri ?w .;,
Fundiv evening at the Community Santa To Pay Sunday .LeOnard Jacksbnvilfe'Sunday'with with 'Santa' rand six' little china 8:05: 'St rke' Wakes'.Up. ; .
Church by her reading as Mrs. reindeer lUEDTIR T .3 i%.PAib 0' .
'pulling'his' The ;
Elvin:. sleigh. ,9:00: News_&: Betty 'Grey-.Show Get them now pay as you rid*. ON 8AVTNcs KEY8TONPJ,8TA'f'E -
one. of the Narrators. refreshment table was covered 10:00: Sweet :Music_.. Show, & Ask, for Our easy budget terms. 8A1fK.- KEYSTONE -

I PAUL LLOYD BIRD of NewPort 100th Visit HereContinued were Mr.;business and Mrs.visitors, :'Harry Padgetl Green t with a white' linen cloth centered ]News- (hourly) U: Lacy Union'Conway Pus Station.BaUs and Starke. Servlc, Fit. J'DIC.F.i.J RZ1QUTS.. ,J'U. ME1tBER -

R. I-: where, he is in Naval : : with "'a'n attracive silvered 'gumdrop 12:15 'Second'dit1 n','(news) ttchgPLASTIC ,, '
Cove Springs Saturday.Mr. B.'la.iPn" ,.
Officer's Traini'n is a Keystone \ ree'fl nked by double- S i2:30'Sweet .Musfc'" Shpw & .SEA T tl' Fffe Oe. .U.tl....
S ( from Page One) and Mrs. Junior Goolsbyof COVERS for an S 'Jobale
visiting his branched candelabra holding 1 News (hourly) 3 makes and Raise.i Rsp'seatatfr
Heights guest- gran Miss model autos -'{21.95 P. O. .

S mother, Mrs. Ella Bird. Dr. and each' other in the dark and both Baldwin m. of ,Jacksonville Gloria and Higgin-Tom- burning<. ) .Vied' tapers' ; 'Silver'. com. 3:00': "' Starke Music- ,Hall & I Shepherd's.and: up Installation free tfchg at S I .L. I. .o. an 311 -.;... St.rke Phea.,, Wa14.Pia.

Mrs.' Paul Bird of Lakeland will anxious proprietors closed their: potes were on either side of the News' (hoUrly S I -5-- .HObart. Ssa1EE If
drive up for Mrs.- Bird and Paul doors for fear that valuable my Baker'of' Cecil Field visitedSaturday .t table filled with ''salted nuts and Mon., Art Mooney; 'Tues., Gordon I FOR 8>LE 8 x 8 i 'IS Concrete S THe NE'w I1CA -
with'Mr. Blocks COLOR
lc each. FOE TV
night and yard. Mortar hepherd& at
and the family will enjoy a goods might "walk off" from Mrs. Leslie Christmas candy. Fruitcake arid McRae; Wed.: Harry Bela- : Mix Cement. Sand, Steel and Uchlf

Christmas:: dinner in Lakeland. their counters and shelves. Sweat ..and. family pound-cake'were: served on silver bnte; Thur:, Sammy Kaye;" Fri., Aluminum Windows. Also read? WAITRESS WANTED ADDlr
mixed --
and in
also had Sunday dinner with concrete. Eradford En-
MRS. FRANCIS !EGAN had This was a warning-the first them. Miss trays. Mrs. Milo" Seigler, the cluh Eddie Fisher. gingering Co.. Phone 94. tfchg person, _B & o Truck Stop.' tfchlll'

as her truest last week Miss indication that Starke's then Higginbotham is President served Russian Tea at 3:15 Mon., Eddy.Howard'Tues.; I )FOR SALE.-Ued.
spending this 'week her with ,her WE HAVE new loan program for Inch TVs only
Lucille Jamieson. who stoppedover pint-size municipal power plant: folks. one end .of the table' while Mrs. Sunny Gale; Wed., Luis -Alcaraz; farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years !nu v.. -:. at" Shepherd'' *. Radio. and

on her way to visit her was cracking under the strainof Dorothy .Ross, home demonstra- rhur., .Rosemary Clooney; Fri., for the entire credit require 5_, 5 tfchw
Mrs.< E., D. Higginbotham and Joni James. ments of the farmer and his family
brother, Howard Jamieson, In trying to supply the needs i of tion agent, served .hot coffee : Gainesville Production Credit I ]FURNISiED 'APARTUETS a& reo
Miss visitedJacksonviile
Tampa. On Tuesday afternoon a town suddenly tripled in size.By .Merle-Higginbotham' from a 'silver'service'' at the S 3:30: Mon., King Sisters; Tues., Association &20. North Main, Juced or with monthly rates for couples
in last Wednesday.Mr. Wed. Gainesville Fla. tfchg one child. All
Billy.:Vaughn; J .Stafford; conven-
tS. several friends called informally .. '--- .and Mrs: Leslie/Sweat: other.-The. program consisted of Thur.,, Tony Martin; Fri.,., Larry 9nlencee.man' 32 1 ,W.Clpe In. W.fjssitfnhg
meet Miss Jamieson. Miss "number Madl.oD
to a
tile next Christmas season 'tap-dance by'eggy WHEN IN NEED OP
IES family visited in Jacksonville Cliri ton. I. -
Jamieson is the X-rav Technician ((1941)) things were different. Dugger and Kathey and Patsy '" S .
Saturday. 3:45: Mon. FOR
Andy Williams
in the Syracuse, N. Y. hos- The shock of Japan's Dec., 7 Hitchcock who were dressed in TOP SOIL l.Aka Wooded lot on
YetJ1- Mrs. George Brown and Mrs. Tues., .Ames Bros.; Wed., Ferlin E'edforcl :near Jey.tene Utl.
sneak attack on Pearl Harborwas red satin ballerina costumes and Cash ",100.Phone
pital.MRS. Jessie Williamson were business Husky; Thur.,, Diahann. .. Carroll; FILL DIRT P. 0,. Drawer 2"-R or write
.1I1J1 JAMES F. GRAYSONhas still felt. Congress had visitors In Jacksonville Friday black patent slippers. The. girls Fri, Vic Damon' I 111. 8tarke.I ltchg

as guests her daughter and passed a: resolution declaring a :Mrs. :Buford were ,given .a big round of applause 4:00 'M n., Caterina Valente; ALL TYPESTRACTOR MV8IC '

son-in-law, Major D. B. Hartley. state of war on December 8, and Miss 'Merle 'HigginbothamI I and each a Christmas Tues., Ray 'Martin; Wed. Doris, WORKAND LESSORS. .

and their daughter Diane. The and Camp Blanding was under '8 were visitors in. Starke .Satur stocking as a token of appre- Day; Thur.,. Wayne King; Fit,I A Plug or.I. .. Gutsy

C. Wall Hartleys are from Montgomery, total 'blackout at night. Even ciation.; Christmas gifts for each Lena Home. )fkrfiib.

,Agency i Ala. and have recently returned cigarette smoking was forbidden day.Mr.. and'.Mrs., James Owens, one: present were given out .by 4:15: Mon. Dean Martin S; 'Tues.,' Light BulldozingW. Betii.. Iastruat7RSbAys. P raJ.".

I ftorn:a tour in Japan. Also visit- after 9 p. m. Large numbers of of Sneads are spending the Mnt R. V. Turner and Mrs. Milo Jill Corey; Wed., Jackie.Gleason; !

,.. Phone: 146 ing the Grayson home are Craig troops were being moved out of Christmas holidays with. Mr.: Seigler. Twenty-five ..ladies enjoyed Thur., Johnny 'Mathis;' Fit, The L. THIGPEN, JR.Bt lit' 8. !....,' a si

Hartley and Miss Neil MiMann Camp "with eight days' rations : Florence ,this affair. Miss Dorothy Hilltoppers. 2 _- Box :u -D -'Attoa Ed -"* -
200 E. Call Street Owens' sister, .Mrs. 8tnRepresentatives
of Troy N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Lof and sealed orders." Machine guns Parrish. Ross and Mrs. E. .L. Cox of 4:30 Mon., Del Wood; T eB., Nat PHQNE 991-9 l/T:! ,

,. ton DeVore and Eric and 'anti-aircraft Starke.were welcomed I < Starke. Fla. son. from guns were We ,regret that cMrs. .Frances as guests.' ; Keys; Starke, Fla. needed Starle and KeYltone

Decatur, Ill., and Mrs. Al Sin- placed at strategic points around Adams is seriously: ill at her Mr.and Mrs.'R. V. Turner had Thur, .June Christy; -FrL--Jimmy 1\0."ll\veattneut.; .no' experience area neee.aary .

the reservation. as weekend 'guests 'Mrs. Dora Dean. Car uut. Write Mr R4bt. .
: home and we wish.her a: speedyrecovery. ova TENTH AlIrllrlVEB.ur I j. Wright,
The S 8003.
mellow Christmas of .1879 Burton and Mr. and Mrs. Carl 4:45: .Mon:, Gene,VincentrTues.,, RADIOS REPAIRED BOnvIUe.'P'la. St.. Jark-
op- .
Advertljeraent! and the ., Kay Starr Wed : AU Makes AU, ..ieliC&AS. ers t., phone 'Ju. Fland.
busy dizzy carefree Bauer Greenville ; Judy Garland U : ,
We are glad tha.* Mrs. .Sidney' and 'children, of ;; taa ._.1e CUrs' '- nanatN only. \ OIct. .SUII." Jan: 5111
Christmas of 1940 were just a Misi S S Thur/ Sal MineoFri;: ,.Elvis Presley C. SHEPBCBO S -.Ztchg. ii

From where Ira sittin.6yJoe1Iarsh, memory. week's Harris. ,is illness.feeling .better: after;.'i a Mr./ 'and Mrs :'Lucian' ''Conner.. > .; U 'W,' Can St.. Stork ,... 3Z3 ASISTAT'tiNAOthR If ANTED-;

entertained' Sunday afternoon 5:00 Mon.Fred Waring:Tues. FOR you are already: 'employed and '
Mrs: parrish SALE-Use* 17 Inch T.V.Sets
: Florence Spent Want[ to
Pat Boone; Wed., PeeWee'Hunt;;; *4,95 at Sh.pherd'... tfchr ma'a., chance. ,.Bee, Uj'!
with Want'
a': weiner and
5 Boys Admit the'.day' naeksonvWas4- roast 'party man .to. tfaln' for 'futnlturt
Ray 'ArithonyV; Fri, 'Everl P and d. I
for- their, son rD glas in celebration REAL" ESTATE I bUalDfis>Harry C. Elrod!
There'll Always day: .. Brothers.- Fer all your Reml Estate XeeAs FUfJlILlu Co.. fl1..rEwp1e:
of} his 9, Are
Mr. and Mrs. Bijfolan W birthday. Dou S S Saike! Pia: '. I
\ Break-In SpreeContinued -S C. ere i 5:15: 'Mon., Tab Hunter.Tues;; let ,.0.__ _%_, ttchg
S gtas was privileged have 'with I fURRY c. ELROD JR.
business VisttorsI. 1 ..Jacksonvilleon : Peggy Lee Wed'. McGubre iicii: -SALB.-/14:
Be An Expert him' 'on"W ; Sisters 218 TepIe Au.c Starke, Fla. In x5I5'ft. sttel
FDrove ( ..from Page One) !Friday.. .* 'occasion' his ma- ; Thur.. Frankie Laine; ,FrL, .Open Listipac lavited) tfeh. eUlVert'plp.. RU "'"ALSO Build-
i children here ternal grandmother and both his I lug Iota for'sale in
The school ,at Al Hibbler. 8dUth Gate
of their loot, and narrowly escaped paternal grandparents. After enjoying PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Subdlvillon Low; ,down'parment .
out to tee hw they're From where I sit, free advice detection by the police who Maxyille .enjoyed. the ..afternoon n _5:30: Mon., Kitty' Kail en; Tues Nothing down, Dollar A Week. Low niOnthly Payments. BILLY
Friday by playing play- the weiner roasting out Hal Kemp Wed. : Ideal Christmas gift for the entire JACKSON, P one. IIi.'
getting along with the new au11 called "free" because it's came by as they were in games' ; Johnny' Ray; family. Bradford County Telegraph. Tuck Linea r "c/o 'Central
hiding side the guests invited inside
big music! : delicious were Thur. Stan Kenton "tfth?
per highway that's going to pass usually not worth much. That a ditch. Then jenjoying re ; FrL, Three '
they took
through town. S little fellow was'typical' of the the stuffto freshments and, receiving' small to'see the honoree open his 1 Suns.' < FOR 8ALE-USI 35 ft. Wbitley

: While I was there a fussy little kind of :"expert" who can't resist fried. Alligator themselves creek where they Sifts' .d nattE; by, the ,PTA for many' lovely gifts" and then en- 5:45 Mon., Hugo Winterhalter; DICKERS TRAILER .SALES 2 Trailer bedrooms.' ft. 'If*ldfc Complete bath
getting in how some hamburger.The -Christmas. Joyed Ice. cream and cake.. Forty Tues NEW credit'good can berPracUcUr
l\Iy-1 spectator, like me- dIgs-about their : Some ofthf June Valli; Wed., Dinah financed. ..
time up to the foreman on the you.work, what you wear, why youngest boy testified mothers. In ,eachroom furoishet friends and relatives. were present Shore; Thur., Frank Sinatra; FrL, 'VSED BASKs YLACES Gertrude Uttr' boDe. It,53 from Contact 19

job; and started making all sorts you happen to prefer.a glass of that he left the other boys at S Perry.C mo. 3 a.m.: to i p.m. lip

ef suggestions: "Shouldn't it go beer with your supper. People the school building, going home seriousness 'their misdeeds, Mr: and Mrs., John Spence of 6:00: Third Edition; (news). 3 Pk..e WZ LOST ROUND:KET Hmo with

.a little farther left there? like that don't mean to be troublemakers. atout 4:45 a. m. the judge;told them that; if'they Jacksonville. were weekend visitors 6:15 The Service Show. LAKE CITY, FLA. Saturdar. .Betar" to the Bradford keys

:":hy don't.you.bank the curves but the road to After the other four had eaten were prosecuted, for 'the five 'o(her: parents, Mr. and I 6:30 What-A-Burger Show.. S Co. Telegrapb. Itch.-

'.more? .. Those ditches are real intolerance is paved. with their hamburgers they went to breakfeg'-find !,. tinder },{rs..' Cy: E. 'Crosby. .7:55 News.and.Sign Off. tf ONE BEDROOM f-rnished .apartMents -

,awful close" ;and so, on and their good intentions. the business district where .they criminal ,statutes' *you 'never Mr. and Mrs. p. E., Crosby entertained Saturday FOR RENT-Newly. decorated JuklOn.for -rent.. Phone 1(5. W. T
o. were picked by Police Chief .. S room famished upstairs apartment, S tfcbrFOR
up would'get'utIbvRaIfoid.0'As' in honor of their t .. Same s schedule" above except Private bath and entrance, large

: ,The foreman took it as .11 W. E. Thornton and Policeman C. : Wish&'saM.they: face the Sherman'with :a fish fry at their 1 to 6 p.mtRoad: Show. screened porch. Inquire at 400 S. RENT-5 room cettage. Gas.furnished..
.s be could then asked long8ce ;! Moore who had Water St;
Au grown suspiciousof of tfchg dtctIcity.
; feeing :sent to the home:on Tuesday\of last week S Sunday D1tort.b11' .
:"H w does she look for their Phone
activities and JUt. .iltar.
... .. received Industrial choo1.A Thirtj- ve friends and relatives 7:30, Sign'on.. Religious' programs A WATKINS ROUTE IS OPEN IN !leYLak.f'O.:_ .I: Strrpe..Kln'
S telephone calls from several people number< BRADFORD .COUNTY. This is' Itp
other 9.oere"With'Sherm one
.attempted n to celebrate, unUI" l S
Copjriflit,1957 United States Brewers Foundation reporting strange actions of break-ins "were-'repeated;: to police -' and wish him?many. happy re ..1 to 6'pji-4-The Sunday Show. of manor the best woman.localities Write.The available J. R.Watkjtf to. )I hv fA.IE'Moo feat been at my place

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SECTION TWO Bradford County TclcgrapK : ;

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it ,BUS, HONOR' ROLL 8th Grade .

I For Young BHS In'sfructorPreaching lath Grade Dale Bradley, Beecher Payne,

,' Mary Ann Long, ,Martha Green, .
Wilbur' Barry; Mary Cogdill, .
Tommy Dyal :Rosin Flakes, Carolyn. Pellum,.Jo Alyce Gra-

t Coaching Go Hand in Hand Gerry Gibson;; Beverly Green, ham,' John Adams' Sandra So-

Pat Hobbs, 'Iris McCullough, i' lano, Susan Slade, Linda Wasdin,
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Wldegren Jo Ann Red-
Mary :Starling, Bobby Faye
" dish, Franklin .
Sweatr. -:Glenda Underhill
llth Grade 7th Grade

Lynn White. 'Jack Wells, Jack
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Billy Dowling.
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MYF Banquet
l Hardy, Jim Hobbs, Judy Kelly,
Bubba 'LaMee, George Patten, .
f The annual White Christmas
i Mara, .Payn'e. Mary Agnes Matthews '
banquet of the Sub District
,.Glenda Parker, Ray ;
Methodist Youth Fellowship was /4:
Maxwell, Franklin
Ritch, Tom
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Williams. Thursday night with
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z Ginger Thornton, Harold Tyus, Lawtey, Waldo, Lake Butler, and I I ,- \ ;1 TI n

Mary K.;, Wainwright, Hank Starke attending. Each member :
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Graham, Jackson- FrediaKimbter brought ,a gift and these Will b. I I
Judy Lesawyer, John presented to the Methodist- : Children's -1
Dodd, Virginia Erwin, Kathleen ,
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1 a 1i Conway; Patsy Cogdill, Ed Co-
Marcia Miller, presidentof
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*r S Slade, Dolores Cloversettle, Gary the Sub District,' presided,j I

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a 9th Grade by Rev.. Paul Hartsfield I

John 'Frak s, 'Terry Walters pastor of the Hendricks Memorial -. .rZ

1 .,a. Dave .Long* Anne Matthews, Church in Jacksonville.A .. J 1I 1-

Sara Osborn. ,. Carolyn Roland, turkey dinner was served I 1I .i

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Preaching and coachIng athletics In Temple, a six foot live, z:>o- mm wan an opportunity vu IC may not be considered relatedto pound All-Southern high school boys and homes which could not fuence. For this we respect you. :S ;'" '. :. : "r I \. ,-. .
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but to Jim Temple,. newly named two professions have been effectively Preaching and athletics have brought to us more self-respect: 5- 5 .. '. Hand "'7.';'<110.\'>". 5, 5 I! rAt Christmas timeve realize i ; *' ..
pastor of the Brooker Baptist joined as a doublebarrelled been intertwined in Temple's life For this we honor.you. You lend '. ."".. ;' -
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Bradford High school, they are "The two are parallel in a lot Tallahassee. While playing for this we love you." new .- : : .?; .. y'? .

twin occupations, both working of ways" the 29-year-old Temple Leon High Temple, then a 210 This dedication is highly ,cherished _'..f.f "II "' more than ever how much our

T toward the a>me' goal. remarked. "You are trying to do pound back, won All-State and by Temple because these ego!* k U '-.:* .
Rather than being diverge-ntI the same thing in both." All-Southern honors in basket- attainments noted by the stu- ..

Temple believes, the two occu- Both the preacher and the ball. dents are the goals for which he i4 : friends both old and .

pations complement each other coach are attempting to instill After graduating from high was striving and are the same ACHRISTMAS ;

perfectly in helping to build .the the proper respect for morals, school in 1948 he attended the gcals he wants to accomplish at newV' -: '
moral and spiritual values of tuild character and produce the University of Florida for a year, Bradford High School.' His main. I : "' 'r

both young and old.. Temple has best moral and spiritual response then entered the William Jewell concern now, he said, I is to be- : have meant to us throughout.
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that he leaves the impressionthat the coach-preacher stated. school. the students so that they .;will may you 3. r

he considers them only aa In the church this can be doneto Soon after enrolling at Jewellhe seek his help with their prob- the past year, and more' than ever
different phases of a larger, a larger degree, Temple said, accepted a call from the nearby ems. Peace end Joy ,

more Important occupation.. but the coaching job presents Baptist church at Trimble, Both of the fields, religion and z? '; I : "t' ./

Mo. and later preached at Grayson. I athletics, important of wish \ i '
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both positions -preacher'.and YOU'LL' LOVE fee new Eater
cari'onal; times out to study to It.. ,
coach."I brook pul'fi os1z8 fountain pens in
i earn funds to go back, and during -
pastel shades..Only $3.09 at Bradford
I these periods he gained: a feel that it is: just :what I County Telegraph..

diversified job experience. Occupations was called to do," he said. .?ty .
Sfee\ he has held' have included I 0' _, .
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City, expeditor on the Ford Mo- .. .. .
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Cuoe f1'1bOfS \ : ; Jimmy, 5, and Larie, 2.. 555's .
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11'as t'Shes and Preacher Temple took over '. : .

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1.J pp1 .: ; .' County from Monticello after .
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again offering us many special I.,ening and spices. Add .to yeast An unforeseen:'accident;-tree that IS Ivkri I

the merriest Christmas ,you holiday treats. ,They decorate 3. Add half the flour beat until goes up in flames' 'i toy that
and" look sO "'eSfiv and you smooth: :Add'the, f llt''a d gets swallowed t>y a '.hi1d-ea t

have filled won't be able to resist having blend. Add rest ,of flour ind mar 'not''only the'day of' days;
ever spent, to some on lumJ-for"your family.! Mend Wrih" Duugh 'Witt 'bfr",soft. but a Mole 'lifetime'-to1 come.

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overflowing One and one-third cups warm ICnead lightly: ,30 strokes. iI iI I Qes
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good things'in life. I One-half cup sugar. ) Grease top, Cover. I. A few safety' precautions to .
at many remember 'are" as 'soon: asthe' !
. + Two teaspoon salt 5. When dHuble. in bulk punch
needles begin to fall- take' thetree -
One-half eup melted shbrten- down. DivMe ,Into 2. parts. Shape
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salad. oil .I into round* -b >Us. Place on dispose
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-.r > .. afire; use 'only' trees marked
'" One-half, teaspoon .allspice 6. Let rAise (covered' with a LJk"

.............". One teaspoon caraway 'seed doth about '1 .hour- !' Bake* at with discard the'tree UL light'seal'cords of approval that,'are; : .:-li1/'rI *
Two packages active dry yeast 375': degree F'# ",55-40: minutes.
: twisted turn out the-
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lights before going out or retir-
water frost with XXXX sugar Icingaad"
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'with candied
Five and '''three-fourths fruit
. NEW METHOD CLEANERS sifted alf purpose'nour and lor nuts. 'W j wood sockets.well away from the Wells DeWITT C. JONES

: Fla.liar One-half cup white raisins' Family Christmas Party .
Phone 135 Starke, ,
One-half cup dark raisins On Dee. 13\ PTeflBronn Homa one Cd r.l"" -" .. Electric-Service Funeral .Dir etor
t One-fourth cup. ,candied citrus Demonstration Clu> had it* annual

peel. S. J family Christmas party at The Starke ,Hire Dept. was Starke, Florida
the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. .
1. Sprinkle yeast over one- called' out tact Thursday after

fourth cup f lukewarm-- water.- Let White.A nooa to: extinguish a grass fiN
'Ctttiatma*"tree andyuletide tthei on'the AinenwfL. glo'n grounds. I .
decorations were pro.. The I fire was endangering the .
...nrinent During the evening' skating'!** tent M Serecte*
eetlnqs .U the spirit of games were played and theHrin.-'

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oatcftfcatt* and { ; of family and friends I Worship. 7:30 p. m. Training lr ci4 '
I were? ,Mr. and Mrs.? Tullie Nor. _
prosperity attend all '. Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid
:J man and Gerald;:; Mrs. E. L. Cos Week Prayer :Meeting. Wednesday -

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" CANCER CORNER I diagnostic' methods .and more 7, Charge .in wart,pr mole was up, 10 per cent as' against While' DUE favojite Christmascarols voted our lives and energies to i

5 .....,", having regular examinations, 18 per cent for the former. period .herald'Peace on. Earth"we the development of physical and 4
. .5 5 t 'R..rj. t .r. two of each four patients should FLUE-CURED TOBACCO have no faith in1' their message 'material resources and allowed,

t be saved. PRODUCERS TO GROW Employment (excluding farm :and:frantically, exhaust our our spiritual. development.to lag ;, ,
WHY SHOULD YOU KNOWSOMETHING You can help reach this goal, OWN }PLANTS MOSTLY, workers) averaged .over: "seven percent .;e.fltprt"'and -resources. in *the construction so far..behind ,tha' are ; en- !I
.. ABOUT and perhaps save your life,' by : compared with 'ip per cent. .of destructive' 'deviceswhich tlrely;out:.balance., I M ; C kiE'tMi
CANCEIl having yearly. examinations 'and More home grown flue-cured Manufacturing- and "hotel: employment we know in our hearts If ?\\'e kW 6uld devote' %9' much; ;
The most important' reason by knowing I the danger signals. tobacco plants will be the trend however, fared -better cannot possibly save= us from effort' and ""money 'to.bringing &oj
t you should )kno w something The danger signals are: for 1958,predict> S. L. Brothers t with gains_ of nine per cent and ourselves.. abouta.meeting men's minds;
about cancer is4 .that knowledgemay 1." Unusual. .I bleeding or 'dis- assistant agronomist with the 23 cent' Respectively; bothsomewh If "we really believe in ,a and'a better understanding < ofi : t ,, ,.." '-
save your life or that of Florida Agricultural Extension .per Being believe not -, "*
charge. on''the side of Supreme, ands the'-'eternal..truthspwou1d: we i
someone dear to you. 2;: A. lump or thickening in Service.An last year's t. gain.Department !upper most of us. dp, would'it: not be 'be/ "standing---'*'firmer'- ground i ; Mr..and Mr C. H. Nasworthy. .
Every year 30,000 more American increased number of grow better to accept;hrt promise. and I T jo :
breast elsewhere.
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lives are. being saved ers will raise their own plants' try- exercisingthe, 'love": offellowmenall | ?? Isr y r .4-* "is, ,*., ...e.5T ..
3. .A sore that .does not heal. six cent as. against nineper' 'Let's dope that before ariothe'r. -
from cancelthan 10 years ago. to insure harvest of top qualit I per 'men, as the only '. ,. .
i The present. rate\ 'is one 'in three 4. Persistent change in bowelor tobaccp and maximum protectionof cent. "Sales' tax collections' true path to"-tke'peace. we seek. ..Christmas:'comes. ''around; ":e. will: -' "
tladder habits. I though' not''comparabJ with .
.patients, vdi; only a few years the 1958 government 'price Compared to; the- universe our have some 'real progress'' iri'fcolv*t ting '- .t
lt in four. 5. Persistent. hoarseness or 1956 because of increased coverage small : ... ,., ... t
ago :r,.n "one nupport program: Assurance of little world is indeed to our problems with"'SIif? tual { "r. '1" -
smaller month :
;' That 'Is'fine accomplishment cough. ?,, plants at transplanting time L to-month, showed gains this year than trivial in'fact that it' could dissipate weapons. ", for"we seem, to be get J WISHING' YOU A REAL OLD-FASHIONED
but;tt.. cap be much better. With 6. Persistent indigestion ore another reason for the shift I with. all Its inhabitants '
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dead-end !
during 1956. ting pretty'close to a'
r Mr. Brothers say most plant ing 1956. :I and'Wo'oneinthe'< Cosmic scheme onthe''roa J 'we have been (r"avel- "U V % ., '.
beds. will be seeded by January Gross cash income of .farmers, would. be"the wiser.- ,-t II II'i U W"l ffi 'h)1&& t

busy 15. And preparing that many to farmers plant are the through September cent compared, was ,'with down a I Our iteatesivdangerV: today .'i.f, '.' ', ffi i J l )

seven per ..
first week' in 1958. Thii Includes gain of six per 'cent 1955 to ,. 4. .4. l1 ""'/ ,' :

-, selecting a suitable site, 'purch. 1956. Crops suffered the most as ,W w .
:: asing seed fertilizer, tobacco bedcovers livestock and related .product r
e l ," q.m and chemicals to fight' brought five per cent more. 1. 444444.54

plant diseases. .
A sunny spot, protected from "TOO LTE''l'O CLASSIFY
I northeast wind, plus soil adapt- By Russell'-Kay Old words ring true, so v: f t t '.- ;1.

Doyle E. Conner Agency able for tobacco, are reqirementsfor Billy Graham':' .is concerned i '. TOWN FINANCE COMPANY
plant location.: Working up with the tact that 'we'seem ,tc :once'*Sain we're wistur Qii: : jj j

Insurance Real Estate the bed and treating it'with have forgotten the real meaningof j iTwY si .' :
methyl bromide to kill weed seed All '
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Christmas.! Too many us A Very Merr 'C :
and nematodes are two activitiesfor he contends, leave Christ 'entirely .
the growers this week. : : "i vvA {>-h"1!; 1s. -
4 out of the picture. > j n 0er, b I ',:... .
With the government (supporting I concur with Billy and for, the ,

at one-half .price tobaccos past 30 years. or more,! hav 4.-.s..ur.5'. ,--"-,a '

that are lacking in flavor and I made it.a. point to write :mj # ... -- -- '
I aroma, seed purchasing is important own Christmas cards ,and .hav< Florida R' iltt Company i t wJ.x1t '
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year: tried to express in them my idea

Coker 140, and Dixie Bright &4 of the true meaning of. Christ-. Of; Starker\ ..a.i 1.
are on the government penaltylist mas.i i .116'N, ;. Walnut St.. f*?* om-lHtt 383 i

for 1958, am not one of those who< "r JUarWt .. '.
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A week before planting the would 'shoot Santa. Claus. lie has: ; !'t1i..I', j1'-.1 I
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growers will mix into each his place and the thrill and happiness ." .-' ,
square yard 'of tobacco plant bed he gives the 'youngster -
soil two pounds of 6-9-3 fertilizer is worthwhile, but it seems tr< > .--,".-= y.s._ __ .1
as recommended by their me' we have gotten-out-of-balanci I

county agent. as..far as the spiritual significance St ,
of. the day is 'concerned:

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anxious to gather Christmasdollars t
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clicking along at .a rapid pace. not wait, until Thanksgiving Day; "" rI. Y+

I Il Ij is rounding out 1957 on levels' before, putting' qpf their' street ,. .>' : l! lJJlQ :
measurably above 1956. lighting and dressing tfeejr," store \ } 't
: j The rates of gain t achieved windows. Cathedral i 'cmmes.' that I JJJ JJJJJJ J 1/ i.iJ J l J.IJJJJJJJJJJJ a JJJJJ

this :year in! almost all categories used to be reserved_;for: our ) JJJ J JJJJ J IJ.JJJJJ Jd :JJ'u.j JJJJJJJJ rIJJJJJJJJJJJJ .
.S i indicates the state's economic churches now start ringing from JJJJJJJJ JJJJJJJJJJJa' JJJ: :. 'JJJ'JJJ3JJJ :
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are under the increases of 1956 far in advance: of J..I JoJ WJ JJJJJJ.tJJJJ.JJJJJJJJ .5 ... ,.
over 1955, the Florida State His birth date. JJJJ'J :J laJ'' AiJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ
Chamber of Commerce said. this Business .organizations ar' JJJJJJJJJJJJ jJJJJJJJjJJJJJJJJJ.Y BLESSEDXHRISTMAS_
week. i busy with plans for their Christ JJJJtJ'JJJ'JJJlJ1JJJJ.1aJJJJJJ.iJJJJ.,4iJJ a ";:

The principal measures of 1 mas parties. Many'of them, wind J.)"JJJJJJ.: u.>f">-JJJJJJJJJJ. lier. .: '_' ,JJJJJJ.t". ...'__' A BLFO ALLlOUR: FRIENDS. T '
Florida's forward pace so far up as drunken'brgies! :that reflect ,..,. --. "" ," .
this year are given in this week's I. ho credit on either the firm'that f TVC. HAZEN, JR. '
THE FARMER'S SUPPLYA. business review of the State I sponsors.them. or the people 'whparticipate.1 EDWARD'S. GROCERY & MARKET
f '. j Chamber's research and ihdjus} ?* -10. *9 "; (Supplier! of Sinclair Products, -.A

.R. Johnson trial division. While fls a" n' \ion. 'we professour' I "'. '
Gasoline sales through Odoberran trust in God'"andcaH., ," I :;': ,Starke, Florida I Phone 281-L l5farktf'Fku

nine per cent ahead of, last: selves Christians who go along., "" : ;.o. U St -. ..
compared with 12 per; cent with His teachings, we fall shoi -
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MEETING TIMES: Sundays-11:00, XM.,. : (f.p.M.'' and 8:00 PMl .,' : ., .'e' .; v II

I AVeekdays-F-9.:30 A.M. (each morning except Satu'day). ':,' ; ,.,: '

Monday Wednesday and 'Friday evenings at 8:00 P.M.Jii'Vj -, :
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J Tuesday"and. Thursday Evenings-Special features.and Fellowship. "
.-' .',' Beginning January 25th :
A k iof: good-wfche* -
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to ow_.many' friends December. 22nd-January. 3rd,. 1958LAURENC T. CHAMBERS, outstanding Bible teacher: from Ft. Lauder-
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4\. January'Ith-iOth __________- L_;_:IIARRY. LID, Field Representative, The POCKET TESTAMENT
LEAGUE! Inc. : '
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To Our Many Friends In The: Starke Motor Co January llth-17th .' -i--t..J.............____BibTe.Study n v '- -o.

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And ; ..>_ 7.( a'; ; : .
I Keystone Heights Area! ." :. ','- ." "' January 25th-3ist _.._----____..:-..DR.-HAROLD S. LAIRD, Largo, Florida.
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:. r S.. J J> > .... February. 1st-7th ._,_,lrHCJR--VOICE: ;; of the ANDES,.Dr. Clarence! W. JonesVrredor; Dr. E. C.
.. : n : Sheehan\, Pastor Mikado\ Baptist CIurchIacon, Georgia; Gene
.i'J. r. : .. ," ... Jordan, Marimbist.: .and Violinist; Ruth, Jordan, Soprano.; Katherin*
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lies the warmth of our sincere good'wishes for "-' : Februarth.14th ': SOUTHEASTERN: BIBLE COLLEGE, Dr.: Charles Seidenspinner Birm-
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', the Christmas Season and for every day of the :' ': :' '}. gham'IAla.; Dr.Oi Ho j Hammontree; :. t ,, ,a I' and t Rev.I ;Paul' Beckwith:" f

,\' ". coming year. At this glad time of the year'we .: February' 13thIJZZ1111LFRANK: JBOGGS, Bass Soloist ,and :Jlecording Artist, Dallas, Texas
r- .; are reminded of the many pleasant associationswe :; b" f- .t- February; 15th-21st|,,..__T r.;____ _:SUpAS INTERIOR MISSION! ;:.olttmie 'TitcombvsReTiBriiliey. Evans,
.and .Rev J. B. Williams .

;' !, Deputation Secretary. .. t.
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have. had with S during the Pant yean '.. '., I
'Febru"ary- 22nd-28th _::': :i-'._ .ZMQODY_. :::, BIBLE INSTiTUTE-4R..'Constable/Vice President; ,Her...R!.
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has been a good year and it has been a pleasure -- _.- . J. LittJ Radio D.I' Pastor. 1 ,
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.:, :r. .<4 for us to serve your banking heeds durink-1957.i ;f 1 March\ .lst-7th __- -_.__'__. --_ROY GUSTAFSON St. Petersburg Florida. '

4 As we stand'on the threshold bffTbrtght i New '. '" SSO I ATION: of BIBLE CONFERENCES t and CAMPS, 8th. .,Annual-Con-

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Year, we take this Opportunity to extend to you ,. < -
: ;' 'j- ". ti ::1'"t.< ; t. i i Ittch 5th _-:"'__ LLJLJMarch :CHOIR; 'CONCERT-Grand Rapids School .of the Bible.and. Music, "
a cordial invitation to become a satisfied member .. 's s... ;. .: ; l b "

I It [ of .our banking'family.KEYSTONE .. f'O! >. h **'.- -'- :. Charles;Seidenspinner, DMV W.'DulJose i3. nRel.. Dexter,(. Clenny,

uts. ; ; .,'jtCrch 15th.21stlL, | !_:: .... lZl-l-LATIN AMERICA MISSION-Rev..Dayton Roberts; Costa Ric4; Dr. T.

";Y.f.. -* .- Roland. Phillips, Pastor, Arlington'. Presbyterian. ... Church.,ltimore,
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'.. .. 4 .. iJi. U t ,' ?01'. ij March\ 22nd-28th __ -_ i._.-:..:__.:._REF.-PAULR. VAN GORDER, Pastor, Colonial Hills Baptist..Church, Atknta .

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;'li- MEMBER\ FEDERAL DEPOSITS INSURANCE CORPORATION \\II i. .. -.. : ,"" ,'.v!J '. ctgMareh30th.April .

k .> *; < 6th _1___ __DR; TORREY JOHNSON, Evangelist Chicago. Illinois. l
'0'- .'t ''r Realtor Appraiser r
April llih-13ih \- .. .. ......?__CHRISTMN.BUSINBSSMEN'S OMMIirTEE. Southeast'RegionaHConf' -
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PAGE TWELVE .. Ew.1DFC, nV1i.: ;,.r: I APT. STARKE: .FLORIDA' '' .' .FR1D.\Y. .DEciSIBtn. ..27 JU'; I
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Former'Career Girl'/ --- Now Busy Hoi i!usewife I II is chopping ilia -corn fields be-!i I puts in a request' during the I
fore turning them. Felix' tells me sign-up period of, December 16th I

he has no trouble at all in turning to January 20th :at': the County

Rosalie Nolan Decided That Maxville his, old crop under after Agents office. Clyde ConeC.' A. i

Ar. chopping .. Andrews, and Felix'Sapp 'are the
I 'was talking to Eldon Sapp committee men who. will help

Deserved ABreakIn The News IBSMMiSTKl6TI5, ) the- other day about plowing, the folks that are interested in

.." ,when' Eldon. remarked. "1. plow signing up. _
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Soil Conservation dt'ep.and don't worry; I have The Soil Conservation Serviceis & WISHING YOU

Two years ago last Septemberan training at Hattiesburg, Miss., got a good lop jwii"built up." He responsible ,for the technical S ; : "i7j> -

attractive blonde housewife : and Rosalie followed him there, 9 N -,E. W'S: also ,;:says his crop, yields have phases in.the construction of A'

with.a pleasant personality came working in the. transient depart increased ly: turning plenty of pits and ponds: as a means, 'of

to The Telegraph, office and ask- ment of the Citizens Bank in ,_..,,,.. By Bin_.Haaa organic material'"under: protecting vegetative cover; Constructing .
to Hattiesburg for about a .; .. SoD Conservation ServiceChopDon't
permission start writing a year. $
Wee Hayes stopped me. the .ihlargening permanent 4S
column of news from Maxville. "T have always loved any kind MERRYStandard
other day and said, "Daddy's got .
F- Jy open' drainage systemsto
work and
was of dealing with figures '
Her argument convincing: Bum Your a bad wet spot in'one of. his dispose of excess water;
adding machines, she said.
Maxville '"a borderline case"located Fields
was This Year fields, at the old place, he would '
land to
Shaping or grading permit
in the extreme south Those whose knowledge of i Felix Sapp: J. B. White 'and E. like you to help him with it. ,"I effective ( RI
portion of Duval County, it was Maxville is only what they see surface drainage;
M. .District'srolling the Conservation
Prevatt used the. told _Wee soij TMASt.K.
largely ignored as a source of from: the highway might wonder Constructing pits :or ponds. for
I chopper to chop their Service. would help ,him with
how Rosalie Nolan to
news-by the "big'city" I manages .
The community was striving for gather two or three columns of fields. J. B. White used the""chopper the technical 'job. and that the irrigation water. "If anyone is

Improvements, such as a civic I news about her friends and on an old pasture before he Agricultural Conservation Program interested ,in establishing any of

club building, a community playground I neighbors every' week. But actually fli7tI turned it.to. plant! clover; Felix I will also help him i be these permanent ,type practices: G. Duncan Agt. .Oil

and other needed projects 'j'I there's much more to the I- \ they should contact Soil Conservation ..

tut it had no voice-no I Maxville community than meets m' Service.or Agricultural Starke Florida
of telling each, other and ,, : : :: ,
way the eye of the highway tourist. Conservation .Program before
the world'at, large about its pro- 'I Some 500 residents live in the I 'f1, .
starting construction. ,
blems. In short: Maxville felt
immediate area around "the < .
Maxville '
Busy '
neglected: correspondent '- .. I

When she \left the newspaper I overpass" and the surrounding at her faithful portable Pipe Stolen .

office, Mrs. Nolan carried with I countryside is thickly populated typewriter. I "

her 'stack' of "copy" t .. A quantity 'of' iron T
a yellow -. pipe was
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i ': ItVwonderfuI 1 find
.. to ill.
a pack of stamped envelopes 0 .,; "'. stolen > i I _
paper t"1 early Thursday morning
: ::(.h; ;r, : ":t. .. <'" 1 -, I Ir.
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ions to, and correspondents.a book of She Instruct-was 'Jd i"t. .< I w.,'j"" \Zt':1"::." :\ .from the. Hampton Lake propertyof : '. -r.. : the midst of things, a season

r ,. ," James D. Casey, the sheriffs
"in business" as a reporter from 1 Koch like Christmas time
the small but growing com- Drug.Store office .reported this 'weekv ,
munity of Maxville. } Starke, Florida- .:. Ic Casey said that the thieves" when all are-thinking. of
Subscribers Increased took seven 'joints of 10 inch pipe *- *

.When Rosalie Nolan started .. .- ; .... :-- ,o' totaling abo t'80 feet In length.. peace oh eaftrT;; good 'wiHto
the The Tele-
writing news
graph's subscribers at Maxville rTSE men. It's a' feappy tiles

could be numbered on the fingersof S ,. -
.a time for friendly
one hand. Now, when the ,
Seaboard's No. 8 races through r and wfshe4.l
f. greetings good( ,
there late every Thursday afternoon 1ftet

the mail clerk) tosses offa So, we extend our corapS-
hefty bundle of a hundred ( a :/ /

papers, and the number is stead : ments of the'Sevoa-to-aft

ily growing. Rosalie Nolan sees 0 ..:'- .. .. '. *:' '
kf I 4f ... '-J" : '- : .: --:,. r
: know and,those whoa
to that. A 'z : S w we ,. .
1 Practically every home in ]M mjk.( /. G ',t. ; -:

Maxville sees a copy of The : : weal: )like, to know. *

Telegraph every week, Mrs. (JOTS'JlminflS. .', '

Nolan declares. Those who don't Cita4iSea H ,.-: .. ..
4 Subscribe either borrow a copy O t

from their neighbor' or buy ajxny .4., .5. ; 0t
from the correspondent and

her two young sons, Billy and

feobbv, when they make their Gib. Browns.. Service Station -(14 "

weekly rounds of non-subscrib r
1 Starke, Florida t
ers.Mrs. -
Nolan moved to Maxville I

with her husband in 1949. They Ae
came there from Palatka where

_they were 'married in 1942, and .
where Mrs. Nolan was born and H4.53
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reared. Before her marriage she 55 SS S SMN. L
was employed for "seven".years in -. .. ; .
th> Putnam County courthouse!! ,4 : '- '. ".." ,. :, .' .
nfilh ron Nolan' and her two sons, Billy ((13)) and Bobby'(12)'start( ) out .
the ;tax. tor's office, .r
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on their"veekly rounds of carrying The Telegraph to Maxville folks -. .. : w. r S.
.and also. taxation clerk with # \1- '
the clerk of the circuit court. \,ho are not regular subscribers.also. t : '' '
a "J J& ,
"Liken Clerical Work i ., v .' : S- ..1 : Building SuppliesStarke .

When her'husband, who now: i job-tut; I enjoy it." Mrs. Nolan I ..
serves' ass constable .at. Maxville "Without very many tele- declares. "I collect most of the \ Williams, ,.,Jewelry. : S

entered the armed' forces during I I phones in the community, get items from grocery stores and l '.Starke. .. Flaiid .. : .. -. ': ,. Florida! : .- .. .. :. .. I
World 'War' II, he took his basic I ting up the news is a right hard on personal visits to tenor.. ,..15 ;

.1 homes. I also hear a lot through i:,' -- .. "h__ .,_ ...,_ _" _'._' ._

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the school. children. church members 'I { .' .-
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and club .
meetings. <
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Busy Schedule .ThvNvr' .- .+ ,.t ,v .
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makes her -
a' little : '
Mondays : :
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>it rough however. "I like to spend : '' ; : :' -.If
Saturdays and Sundays nvith my : .'rt :: ': ; ; '. : :.d :

.. family, so.that".thmws :we to have .'". ..., >)-"' ;i". .....'..., .;,.,.\._f.. ,..,.", ...':- .. .:: ,
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5a to get the news up on Mondays" : .' ,:: ") -,,.. ,. '.: .., : '"': .. ,. '
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Mrs: Nolan says "As allo1 housewives >; ,
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know, Monday is wash :\ *
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day besides _having all the housework ,: l '

to do, and three square .,' Si. '
.. meals to cook. I'll have to admit !_z \ :' :: -. .
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are some Mondays \ ; : 1
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little but the cooking and dish 1GEM : .: ,. : tLAI\1s\\_

.... .\ washing must go on." .... I .' ':1.\k; : u. .
To She always' writes her news JEWELRY ; "
everybody..everywhere '' a S r ,+
on Monday nights, after the .", .7B' t
house gets quiet, and mails it .. :Starke, Floridah- : ; :. ,. ..' .

wish early Tuesday morning it will i
we you a'most pleasant '
arrive. in. Starke on the 'morning ''-'

train.. ,
Christmas season N one In addition to her houseworkand _

reporting job, Mrs. Nolan ... ., '. _f v,
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tr r rar.
still finds'time to 't ke'an active jr _

which will long be treasured by part in. the civic life of Maxville. 4. j _
.,... She, is currently vice presidentof

the PTA, and president-of the s
you and Yours And for your Home Demonstration Club. Sheis

a member of the Baptist ,


.;..'-.: .- ;: business since last tubas, Time' For Hobbies 44b.S / ": : .
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i Mrs. Nolan likes to bowl, and r 5.: w'' + "L. ", :
of was a member of the Women's ... .
our sincere thanks. ;,' .
: Bowling Team of Palatka before .

" \ moving to Maxville. Now she I .. l".,, i:::' I .

only gets to bowl on occasional dt. .. <',:' .. ',.

trips to Jacksonville or Kingsley .
'.... lake resorts. but she finds '

,... plenty of recreation in her other ", "f'. ..'

... ... hobbies :.- "crochetingcross: ". :- .J -

word puzzles, and saving reci '. ',. .. ..
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pes." She,likes to go along with I .:: i I II" .
her husband and the boys on "

hunting trips, also.. Both I .,. S :
boys ,5
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are very good marksmen and : : : ChalstmA
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like to hunt and fish she thinks i :# '

!\ they probably "take after" their I .. ; .

S.yr daddy ',who won iriaiksmanship I
medals in the army and led his i ,"-iN-:. r

companyon many raiding.I ) .
parties while Tn combat -in' Italy .

and. North Africa. '<,
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:- ., In gathering the news every ..
week, Mrs. Nolan has learnedouite
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1 a about human nature. . ,
"It seems that everyone, wants .. II \ '
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the news in the paper and expects ;
to .find it here, but very ,,- 1t 4" .. .. .
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I few. take the trouble to bring ito 4" :" .. '' .-<, :'; ,, ,

me, or go out of their way tot ", ;( ... '. ; -- *21-S y: s" '" : r 1 -
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tell <'It:;: -f" : }; j. : t L
t' me about it, she declares.It .' .,. : .
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would make her job a lot east ,, SEIZERS SUPER MffiAND :> ," :' ;:.
er if folks would be
more "
cooperative .' < Warren'sSbeUStat & : '. l.-: "
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Mrs.. Nolan says but.then. ,, EMPLOYEES' ,
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.I asked for the job, and as longas. ,. ..!o ., .ERNEST ALLEN.h aikk-. fit l6le! '
.Starke = '
JFIorida >
her:readers are pleased with -::.. f STARKE, FLORIDAHD.rSCAtES.Manager } \
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her column, she hopes_ to keep z '. '. .,. ;:t.
it up. < 0_ ": _.__ . ._ S. .;- __.._ .'; -'-. .. -, .>v ___ .. r"",. .
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