Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 1, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Culver Says: I' Rash Of BE'sYouth Holiday OverBoards I II I After Late StartChristinas

New Prison !i I Is Held 1 To Meet I Rush


1 I To Be Pushed ,i As SuspectIn Next Week; Rings The Till

# With All Speedi: Robbery Case Two Trials SetAfter I In Local Stores

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Construction of the new State A trail of silver dollars, spent a seasonal "quiet pell" Christmas business as good or

rison at Raiford will be pushed t trith ty: an 18-year-old Starke youth between Chiistmas and New tetter than 1957. and an absenceof

all reasonable speed in the ied to his arrest last weekend as Year's. the Bradford Countycourthouse I "recession" in 1958 was noted
new year. R. O. Culver director': ; will swing bacck into ; by Starke merchants as they
Force a suspect in the theft of valuables
From Tbo Telegraph 3f the Division: of Corrections routine acti'.itlonda: ) when the : ,trsightt> .ed up counters and re-

rsllahas&ee, told The Telegraph estimated at $1.500 from the W Board of County CcninusMoners I -tccked shelves after the usual

yesterday.The H. Nollman! home prior to Christ- ; II J meets to reorganize for the new last nrnute rush of late shoppers.

new prison will be a four- year I Most merchants admitted they

phase construction job Culver ) mas.William I Bill 1 Smart is lodgedin I + 1 The board will elect a chairman v.ere a little worried due to the

aid, with top priority going to ;, the ccunty jail, charged .with appoint its county attorneyand I, low start in early December, but
the new 1200-cell maximum security -| breaking and entering with intentto ; prosecuting attorney, road ; declared that this early slump

unit This will be the : commit grand larceny. His foreman. and courthouse janitor. was more than made up for by a

first phase actually to get under,;bond was set Wednesday morningby Also en the agenda will be the record-breaking weekend before
County Judge T. A. Yawn at drawing of from 300 to 400 names Christmas, and the first three
way.The $3.500. foi the new circuit court jury box. days: of Christmas week.S. .
other three phases are: I I
rI Circuit Court will be resumed E. Simmons cf Koch's DrugStore
Director Hired
Recreation By ; Hospital 1300-bed 1 to be the Silver dollars turned up last
central I, I the following day. Jan. 6, with said that Christmas Eve
hospital, for Florida's entire week at several local establish
I two cases slated for trial: Statecf volume] was the largest for a sin*
prson system.Reception ]:ments and investigating police'/
Florida Lillie Mae Hood. and. gle day in the history of the
Will Assume Duties In Center : were told the "cartwheels' were
February designed to Into 1959
accommodate 600 incoming prisoners spent by Smart. I Soaring State of Florida vs Jeff Merricks, store. He reported holiday sales
both charged with assault with intent well above 1957 and attributed the
for processing and Around 25 silver dollars were Butch and J. \YiIIinghain wave their New Year greetingsas to kill. increase to the fact that the store
of Georgia Recently resigning as probation ment to different divisions aSSign-I the
, Robot E. Benner among jewelry and valuable
they takeff for a plane ride at the Khidirland attraction The Bradford County School offered more and better merchandise. -
has been hired by the Starke Re- :, officer for the state of Gectgia, prison system.Medium stamps taken from the Nollman .
Board will meet Jan. 6, .
Tuesday. "We tried to the
.. give peo-
has been Recreation 'I sponsored by a group of 15; Starke merchants. The merchants are i
creation Committee as Recreation Mr. Benner and Minimum Security home while the owners were on a '
instead of 5. The
Monday. Jan.
what wanted and
I' ple they they
Director for the city. Director for the South Georgia Section, designed for 600 inmates,| recent vacation in Nassau. .I J giving discount tickets for rides with each 50 rent purchase madein meeting was postponed one day bought it:. he said.

Mr. Benner will begin his duties : Trades and Vocational School, as engaged in agriculture, cattle,j j In the meanwhile, the rash ofpreChristmas I their store Kiddieland will operate here through Jan. 10 on 1I j since Supt. H. P. Morgan and Koch's also experienced no recession '!

early in February, according toj i well as Director of Recreation in 5 wine, and dairy production at the I' breaking and entering I, the vacant lot at Madison and Thompson Streets Chairman D. \.'. Starling will bin > j in 1958. with sales about five
Swain bcro
members of the Recreation Com prison. I j i cases continued to plague i!I Jackstmille:: on the 5th to sign I per cent above '57.
At the University of Georgia, Some preliminary work on exterior i'police and home-owners during ,iFor the new $450.000 issue of Bradford Harvey DeVane of Eagle Stores
mittce who made the choice aftera Mr. Benner received his BS in (' Self Protection
i facilities at the new prIs-i the otherwise quiet period between -: I County school construction I said that 1958 was the best year
recent interview with him. Several i' education with a minor in recre. on site, on the Bradford County I e i Christmas and New Year's.I I Ii bonds. I sinre the store opened here several -

other applications for the ation. He earned MS from the side of New River: have been Last Saturday night, pennies ] year ago. He said that the

position were received but after; University of Illinois in 1956. completed, including deep wells.I I from a piggy bank and $3 from a i Merchants To Adopt Warning SystemEver Rites Wednesday I gicwth of volume would cause

checking, the committee chose Mr. Benner who is 28, has ser- Construction! work on a unit of wallet were stolen from the home possible expansion of the store In
Mr. Benner, who has held an I ved his! time with the Army and 20 new residences is also In prog I of W. J. Dodd on WestmorelandSt. For Fred J. Jones ,, 1959.

equivalent position in Swain boro'l will move to Starke with hi" wife Thieves ransacked drawers in been taken by a bad check'] infractions are reported. 1 Native Of Bradford i I II I Stump's reported that Christmas -

Ga, which is about the size of I and one child as soon as he findsa ress.It is estimated that total expenditure the bedroom where Mr. and Mrs. artist a shoplifter or an '! Undrr the system, each merchant -i hopping got off to a late

Starke house. for the new prison overa Dodd were sleeping, but over- unauthorized solicitor? ]i, will be given the telephone I Fred Guy Jones. 66. of Starke.I Ii I start, but turned out to be "just
looked that contained arcund Chances are. if you've been inn'| numbers of three other merchants! at
one 1957.
period of years will be$15,000.- i 1 i died Tuesday morning as the re- :I as good as In spite "re
Tax Collections Local Finance Co. 000. $1,400 in cash and checks, repre- business very long-you have had I II j..10 call when the warning is I suIt of a heart attack. He was I i cession" experienced in some parts
I senting receipts from Mr. Dodd's one: or mere unhappy experiences j I I i sounded. These three will call rushed to Bradford County Hospital -i'of the country Stump's reported ,
Will Move Soon service station. alone this line. three others, and so on in ann.dless '
1958 sales on par with those of
I dead
I but was pronounced on
Of 1957 Boot Licenses
Ahead/ j''To Larger QuartersLocal The Dodd home snowed no evidence Reducing such incidents to a !'; chain until all local merchants arrival. 11957, which' seems generani.true
minimum will be a project of the i have been alerted within
of with most Starke merchants.
being forcibly ,! Born at Hampton Nov. 20.I
Tax Collector J. R. Kelly said Finance Company announced Seen In Offing and it is believed that the thieves Retail Merchants Division of the I'J15 minutes to any impending 1892. he was the son of the late I Robhins' reported _excellent

yesterday that collections slowed yesterday that 1t111 must have entered the house while Starke and Bradford County danger. James T. and Christine Truluck, 'I'sales in the last week before

down during December, but that move, soon after Jan. 1,. into the For Outboards it was left unlocked] a few min- Chamber: of Commerce. The wea-\ Mr. Mclntire said that cards\Jones. He was a veteran of : Christmas and volume for the year

the approximately $204.000 collected adjoining office now occupied by utes during the afternoon, and pon used will be a "Call WarningSystem" will be distributed among the World War I, and a member of slightly ahead of 1957

to date' is about 70 per cent Florida Realty Co. Considerable The'daysrofthetp1lice'ii'ed) motor remained hidden until the family introduced locally by merchants within the next few the Baotist Church.'Surviving This, is just a "sampling" of

of the 1958 'tax roll and is ahead' remodeling and redecorating will beat seem to,be numbered.According was sleeping, that night. Robert Mclntire.: new executivedirector'cf days. listing the telephone numbers are his widow,Grace pest-Christmas opinion, but.

Of collections at the end of December life: done before the move is made, The home of A. J. Thomas Jr. the chamber.As they should call in case of Cogdill Jones, and three step- enough to indicate that Starke
last vear. Mrs. Marguerite Hall, manager ol explained by Harry Elrod emergency.One stores enjoyed another bang-up
on Lafayette St. has had a dou- daughters, Freeda, Barbara and
Tallahassee. the Attorney Oeneral's jJr. and Inman Green, cochairmen
the loan said. 1 holiday season.Taylor .
The tax roll increased this company hundred per cent cooper- Starke two
year : of ble dose of breaking-and-entering, Linda Kimbler. all of ;
office raider' direction
The Florida Realty Co., Inc. is I of the Retail Merchants As-
to approximately $299.000 as Kimbler, Knox-
from the Leon
ation is asked
the Governor's Water Traffic both before and after Christmas. the stepsons.
being dissoived, effective Jan 1, jsociation system will operate
with in 1 of Elected
- compared about $254.000 and Carl Kimbler
rUle Tenn. '
1957, due to a 6'2 mill increasein One of the members Guy An- Safety.Committee, Is drawing up The' first time on Sunday, Dec.I Ito give immediate warning to allcooperating order that the warning system Key West; and one brother. Will'
drews, will move into the office a proposed boat licensing act that 14 Thomas merchants when instances will work with maximum efficiency -
the tax levy.Electronics. Mr. apparently surprised Jones of Jacksonville. .
Masonic W.M.
I now occupied by the loan com- I will affect every motorboat ownerin the intruder who ran out of bad checks and other in case of need.
A. J. Thomas Sr. another Florida. Funeral services were held Wed-
pany. the back door without taking any- I
Class I
member of the firm, will move. his Although the bill has not yet thing.. Christmas eve afternoonthe New Auto 'Social Security nesday at 2 pm. at the graveside I II A. F:. Taylor was elected Worshipful -
For Adult EducationA office to 205 N. Temple Ave. in been written it is believed that itwill Thomas home was again en- Tags ; I in Prevatt Cemetery near of-i I Master of Lodge No. 35.

the building occupied by the law be modeled after a suggested tered, this time by way of a kitchen On Representative Here with Rev. Donald Kokomoor IF. & A. M. at the annual election
class in electronics will be offices of A. J. Thomas Jr. W. tJ.Sewell state, boat act recommended by window, and a transistor Sale Friday I ficiating. Burial was in the family held Dec 22.

organized under the Adult Education third member ot the firm the Council of State Governments i radio stolen. I I A representative of the Gaines plot under the direction of Other officers elected at that

program Thursday Jan. 8. is retiring and has not announcedany in Washii.gton. It will likely require The rectory at St. Edward's Auto license tags for 1959 will ville Social Security Office will I DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. time were: Herbert Green, Senior
Persons interested in radIO. tele- plans for the immediate tut- the licensing of practical]? fo on sale in Bradford : I I
County. Warden Claude Morgan, Junior
Catholic Church was also entered I ; be in starke> at the court room ;
vision, or other electrical appliances ure. i.11 motorboats dwned' in the state, Friday, Jan. 2, in the office of''! i Movies Announce Warden; A. N. Hol1 Lly, re-elected
during the holidays, but nothing I ;
of the rthcuse at 9:30 mon
should at 7 on this Mrs. Hall said that the loan cot a-
report p.m. including outboards. County Tax Collector J. K. KplI I .
reported missing. I ) In Hours treasurer: and Gene Long<<, reelected
date at the front of the USO. or company is moving due to the: The licensing will probably be Deadline for acouirmg tags is'Thursday Jan. 8, for the puprose i
secretary.New ,
contact L. H Gibson in the USU.I need; for more space.Red Also reported were a Saturday I I'
similar to the registration of i Feb. 20. The collector's office will' cf conducting social security busi- For Opening appointive officers aces
night break-in at a local pool' '
automobiles, in that the boat '! be open from 8:30: a.m. to 5 p.m..1 ness. Bill McRae, Senior Deacon; Curtis -
corner will plunk down a fee for I room in which $20 and two cases Monday through Friday, and from i Persons who desire to make ap- Beginning Jan. 1. 1959 both the Lee, Junior Deacon: Harry
s + his license and be given a number of beer were stolen, and an at- I 8:30 am. to 12 noon on Saturday. plication for social security re- Florida: Theatre and the Park will Rabb Senior Steward; Carl Barton -
4 4w tempted break-in at the Big Dad The price of car tags!, survivors benefits, their hours to
fi ta paint on his boat. plant. passenger Urement or se- change opening Junior Steward: D. L. Rigby

The act will include, safety regulations remains unchanged this year. The'cure social security account num- 2:45: p. m. with programs begin- Tyler; P. M. Barefoot, Marshal;

providing for the nuns 45 tags '2,500 to 3.500 pounds 1 are bers. or get any other social se- ning at 3 p. m. and M. W. Williams, Chaplain. .

ber and types of fire extinguishers Bad Check Artist t15.25: 45W (13.500 to 4.5001 are ct.rity information are invited to On Saturdays and Sundays both The new officers will be installed

that must be carried, lights $20.25: and 45WW '4,500 and upj :ee th? representative at the time theatres will open at 12:45 and Monday night, Jan. 12. ..
are $25.25. of his visit begin showing at 1 p. m.
cr4'4z for the boat life preservers, Appears Again

horns, mufflers, and so forth.If All Money Claimed

the bill follows recommended This Christmas I II T !
i 'i. ,rsl From Shopportunity
procedure, it will define a motorboat I r
as any vessel propelled by Merchants' Pot
Koch's Drug store cashed a bad I 1
machinery, whether or not that check Dec. 15, for a woman who. ... ,;.
machinery is its principal meansof signed herself, Mrs. Charles A.,' 11 < rev" The Shopportunity Pot was

propulsion. If written that way, Farris of 387 Cherry St. Apparently :, drained dry this week as the two
i. 4 the bill will include sail \ _. JI : claimed from
y boats the name and address were :..' :. top cash prizes were
{ pushed by outboards as well as fictitious for the bank carried no '. t ;i? 44 the big pre-Christmas party held
outboards whether used for pulling that The check '-It'. 11 : Dec. 19 at Elrod's.
in name. q.
W ,. '
skiiers or for occasional fish- .
: was drawn for $21. 'I, ....'.... + Mrs. Jim Chasteen had the
-'- 4 YJ rug trips.Some "-. y lucky number for the $25 top
r The reminiscentof
occurrence was ; I
; ,
objections will likely be Christmas 1957 when a blonde ,.- '-t ': ... ..- w__ :. i award, and claimed it Tuesday at

: 1'R raised by fishermen who can't seethe woman fleeced} several businesses, U-' > .t, I-_ 4 The Telegraph office.

need for licensing small utility including Koch's, of merchandiseand : I'J: ;; xi i The second prize of $15 was

boats that are rarely kicked along cash in the same manner. ., ". :>. "" 'E' ; Ya claimed by Mrs. Grace Ritch on
by more than a 15-horsepower Last the method was ( ; "' t. ... > ,,. .. ..' '. ,, ; : Christmas eve.
year same .. ." -- ...,; ',.."........ .Ja J
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Federal has > <
motor. legislation
exempted used with the names given, Mrs. ; ., t ..,, The $10 third prize was claimed
boats with. motors less Charles Kelly and Mrs. Raymond : :, .1 -'f1f..o.' j earlier by Mrs. Irene McVay

than 10 horsepower, but the Pauley, address 605 3. Alton Road. : ).f.i. ( : : The Dec. 19 party brought to a
Council of State Governments recommended Robert's Jewelry and setzer's I : ; : : :- : close the nine-month Shopportunity

there be no exempt- and merchants will
were 1957 victims of the racket. ." Ii... i .
ions at all in the state laws. r -':' :: / ,-; "I. ':'O_.:.."".' <.:...; .:. meet early in the new year to

There has also been some talk Christmas Seals .. .\ .. : .. {.... .'o.{; sf.tZ.: ;:;. ':.:., '__ plan a' new trade campaign for
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of licensing boat operators somewhat ,. ." fl. .J':.t-. ...-. ..",. .. ., : t; .. ':- ".1 .. .T the Starke area.Currently .
along the line of automobile I ; .. come 15 merchantsare
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drivers licenses.! But others believe ReturnChristmas $800 : H : :i't _' : giving discount tickets for

controls should start with ,. Kiddietand! rides with each 50

the boat, not the -driver.Homestead Seals have returned: .. ... I{cent purchase. Kiddieland is located -
rpproximately $800 so far, according "t' : "' --' the vacant lot
.....'... / '. .. on across
: Exemption to Mrs. Mack Futch. Seals ; ): : : "- :: I I from the Coca-Cola plant. Merchants

;!; ., ., I chairman of Bradford County Tu- l ; cooperating In the promo-

Forms To Be Mailed I berculosis and Health Association. .. .. :Il' .: :. vticn are displaying Kiddieland
Soon After Jan. 1 Second letters will go out after ,I; J ..1 ,signs on their windows.
4. > r : f the first of the year to those who ; :,..., }r. ,:: < ._ -c.
have not made returns, said
Tax Assessor Gene Long: states t I Cage Schedule 1
Mrs. Futch.
that application forms for Home- '- .
Roses For ChristmasIsn't stead Exemptions will be mailed Money from the sale of sealsis n 'v. --'- -- To Be Resumed

out shortly after the first of the used in the county (75( per cent) plete with burning log. At leastit !'On January 8 Here
this something to brag I Mrs. Kate Dixon sister of Air and by the state and national as-1-- Hospital Lobby Is Cheerful Scene appeared to be burning.

about? Roses in bloom for Christmas Thornton, who lives in the home, year.He asks all persons receiving sociations. An increasing amountis Santa, riding across the roof, BTiS cage teams resume their
t the were planted needed for.Tesearch. Mrs. Futch Bradford Hospital won In the hospital lobby, visible
says roses many them to return the forms promptly County had already visited the hospital, schedules: after the holiday layoff
The picture of John Thorntonof I years ago and will bloom until I properly filled out to his office. reminds us. the Christmas lighting award in through the large window Ute I when the boys and girls varsity
Jacksonville taken Dec.! irost. There several of the Last Bradford had the decorations were even more at- for beneath the gayly decoratedtree
was on are He warns that they should not be year the commercial class, with Santa teams play Hawthorne in the BUS
24 while he was cutting some otj I lose bushes -blooming now and thrown away. In order to claim greatest fate of increase in Seal tractive. A very homey scene were many packages m their gym Thursday nif&l Jan. LOn
the olci-fashioned red roses that : they do much to add to the at- Homestead Exemption the forms Sales of any Florida county and Claus. riding across the depicted a small boy in red pa-; Christmas wrappings. A spotted Friday Jan. 9, the A and to

bloom in the Temple Ave. yard,; tractiveness of the Temple Ave must be filed in the office of the received a state award for the the hospital 'in his well-laden jamas hanging up his stocking on(i iI pup was busy trying to pUll one boys squad Journey to YtOy>U-

of the late W. Thornton. j I.approach to Starke. ,Tax Assessor-each .year. I i accomplishment. .. J eleigb. I the mantel of a fireplace com-i t package around by iu red n bon. dins

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open ty was the escape of Harry Sita- ,
oTln: OF I\TKNTIO\ whuh we are engaged in businessat
editorialA Farmer's Diary before Christmas and reportea more, international jewel thief TO nIG1+Tl:n FKTITIOIS > %MB :Si5: North Temple Ave. Starke
a better business than they from Raiford. Incidentally he has Notice I Is hereby given that the Florida.
had had: for a long time. Local recently been in the news again undersismed. under the provisions Robert S. and lichen Gerard own-
en" 3tt; N. W, 7U Ae.. G.J1 eHIIIl',
of Chapter 20.533.( lows of Florida.
<,,8ytSam'McGanC"1 merchants had complied with while practicing his chosen profession I'h rida
Look At The Past Act of 1SJI, wilt register with the
1 NRA also upping the local pay- in the state. Clerk of the Circuit ('ourt in and Dated this ?lh day of Dee?mber,
do tobacco. He needn't think he.strying roll. See for r.r.uUurd County. Florida upon A. I> !?! ;!I at Starke. Bradford
w receipt of proof of publication of County. Florida.
anything new, because we S.
And The FutureIt ( With times getting better the this notice, the fictitious name of Ialrit 11ALVAREZ'
raised berries that way every It might be to
.I interesting remind Gaiety Tneatre was reopened after _..n I
year especially when the dog i some of us of the things Men's Clothing
being closed for two
wasn't sensational 1958 but it years. :
a year ; fennel got to growing! that happened during 1933 -bort till STORE : 11110J 1'1
was a gcfod year, on the whole. One in which 1 1I of hit the high spots. I Established 1894 '
The old tree at Fort
I orange
Bradford-County made definite progress in some See where! the government is For instance that was the year
Harlee in the State
areas, held its own in others, and experienced 1 going to buy pork for the school the-Wets and,Dries fought it out was papers
1I 1I and stirred up an interest in the
disappointment in a few. I lunch program. That ought to with the wets winning to bury history of the fort and the tree.
help hold the price of hogs up. prohibition: for the country as a (
In spite of a rugged winter the coldest in at ,. .. Many letters came in to the paper
Don't know whether the farmers whole. It was a hot issue in Brad-
least half that failure the of the I
a century brought crop recounting founding J
got any gifts from Santa Sam got a book on trees and for County.
to :Bradford Countygrowers, figures compiled by Claus or not. The way things have shrubs for Christmas and now fort and planting of the famous

Standard Rate and Data Service shows that busi- been going lately a lot of them he's busy reading up on the .Boy Scouts in the county reor- tree from which many trees in

ness locally continued at a ,surprisingly good pace have given up believing in Santa things that grow around here. ganized with the following takingthe the state were started. The most
authentic version seemed to be
during the so-called recession of 1957-58. Although Claus. and even in his red-nosed The "mayhaw" for instance. We- Scout examination: Vernon that the fort about four miles

I personal income declined during the second reindeer. couldn't find it listed anywhere Silcox. Tilman Hutto Henry Mc- rorth-northwest of Waldo was

half of 1957, it came back well in the first 'S and finally decided it belongs to Kelvey William Edwards. Pres- built in 1835 by the South Car- NY 30
So tar as we've heard there the hawthorn family. But what- cott Gill. Julian Griffis Joe Edwards -
six months of 1958. olina Volunteers under Major
were no "Christmas" strawberries ever it is. we're going to get some Frank McKelvey. J. L. *
:in the credit column, 1958, in its closing picked. One grower said he has this year and make some of that Goodman. Donald McRae. Lloyd Harlee. It was he who planted a May Old Father ,

months, saw the start of construction of the pipe- some green fruit, but not very good aaayhaw jelly. Edwards J. B. Silcox, Donald Til- seed of the "China" orange that

line that will bring natural gas from the fields of much and hell feel good if the ley, Albert Crews Al Kay Carlisle he had brought. .from. Charleston. 1a I

Texas to fuel-hungry Florida. A weather holds the plants back until While over at New River William Long Marion Williams.
compressor The 1933 must have look-
year Time
the shipping season. swamp, by the Flowing Well Edward Raymond, and Edward treat you
station for the line Ls being constructed
now near ed black to many but in retro-
bridge, we heard an owl hooting Hartman.
Brooker Bradford County and, when completed, '' See spect it was a turning point for
The price of greens went down and supposed it was a small one
will have a complement of 13 men with a payroll and now it is from 75 cents to Looked it up in our bird book In the days when reckless driv- the county with better times to -

of around $6,000 per month additional income $1.25 per dozen. And even at and w? think it is the barred owl. ing cost you $1 in court plans come in 1934.NOTICE. well throughout :

for this area. It is also believed that the adventof that, it's as one grower said: If so, it is a big bird. vere made in Starke to form a TO DEFEND

natural gas will,bring an influx of industry to 'That's the price. if you can get Safety Council because 397 died In Florida Circuit' IB Onrt.Chancery Bradford C...t,

Florida since a source of cheap fuel will at last anyone to buy .them.. Our electric bill for the past in Florida motor accidents during Judith Ann Ooolsby. Plaintiff vs. the coming year!
f month was cnly a little over $9 the year. Kay Goolsby. Defendant.
be available. Case No. 12-679
We always enjoy this turning and we hope it is an indicationthat e NOTICE TO APPEARTo

Another bright spot on the economic picture point of the year, because from our new heat pump is not With 7 cents per pint consider-r : nay GOQI h}. how residenceand

: here;as the year closes, in the announcement that now on the days will be longer. going: to be too costly to run. Thatis td good for berries the local r.asi-address PHIBE is, :LFTU private.Little Xo. 1S0971.Creek.:

the duPont Company will.resume operation of its We looked up the sunrise and not much higher than it usedto growers had done welt Berries Virginia.You B. T. Thomas Lumber Company

: -Trail-Ridge,andHighland' i iraenite..rnines| on a full sunsets in January and discoveredthat be in the old house but be- started coming in Dec. 16. 1932 for annulment are Hereby and notified restoration that a suit of

.. schedule .after Curtailed the while the sun will set about fcre we sound off about how littleit t.ndIIr'ere shipped up to the early maiden name
: a operation during B. T. Thomas I H. L. Thomas I L. II. Outlaw
30 minutes later the end of the of has beer filed against
a part yon
: : ( cost to run the heat pump May. By May 5, 1933 Law-
past year. This swill mean employment for .an in the above name Court and cause
month it will get up only 11 we'll wait a few more months. tey had shipped 1.473,608 quartsfor and you are required to serve a
: other 40 to 50 people, with an increase in payroll earlier. And some of these a. total of $138.315.40 and copy of your answer or pleading to Starke, Florida

eo pf around $12,500 per month. cold mornings we know why because Starke had shipped 405.846 the complaint on the Plaintiffs At-
.. c All women are theives when it quartsto torney A. }t. Crabtree. Jr. 233:::: E. Bay
The brightening market for titanium might we hate,to get up, too. comes to plants! One day whenwe bring the growers $40,461.33. Street, Jacksonville. :, Florida and
S. file the original in the office of the
: .also mean that] ational Lead .will move sooner passed; a place that had a lot Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before -
: -thamexpeeted'to.develop its holding in the high- While it was wet here during of fine cedars out in front Alice The .attempted assination in the 19 day of January 1559; ,
: the holidays, we can't complainfor said "You don't they'dmiss Miami of President Franklin D. otherwise the allegations of said =---
: suppose
:land-Maxviile area 'for the mining of ilmenite. Complaint will be taken as confessed
how ,about what happened Roosevelt that
resulted in
little cedar, do the bv
just one tiny you.
: This, of course, is in the realm of speculation. Cownstate where they had 10 !" She was just joking of death of Chicago Mayor Anthony This notice shall be published once

: Another noteable forward step taken in 1958 inches of rain in one day? When you course but Sam stepped on the Cermak. brought fame to a local each the week Bradford for four County consecutive Telegraph...weeksin STORE HOURS

was the approval by freeholders of the county of that happens at Lawtey we'll haveto gas just the same. resident. Leaston Crews who was I>ated this 11 day of December 7:30 To 5:00SATURDAY

: ,a $450-,000 bond issue for school construction including have'the ducks rescued by heli- born out near the Conner Bridge (19S8 OFFICIAL! ;' SEAM THIS WEEKS:

: an auditorium for Bradford High School, copter. Pass the hog's jowls and black- helped to capture Zangora, the CHAP.IES A. DARBY. 7:30 To Noon
V assa 8in, and Clerk of tbe Circuit Court.
.. and a second elementary school for Starke. These eyed peas, will you? It's New was honored by beIng Py Marian L. Crosby Deputy
Hear that one of our ,berry chosen for guard to accom- Clerk.
: bonds sold late in December and construction Year's and wish one of
were we every
growers is going to try raising pany Cermak's. body in the funeral 12111: 4t 11GAY'S
: is expected to begin early in .1959. berries under shade. the way they you a prosperous and happy 1958! cortege.

.. 'The year 1958 also saw accomplishments in .
r subjects as a duty to their readers -
.. ber of Commerce took a forward step with the that set the general public to Home

: -employment of an executive director, and moved CREEK thinking are invariably initiatedby Appliances

:. into new,and larger quarters on Temple Avenue. one man. Termite ControlFOR Your Friendly

, ". '!The new Forest Fire Protection station wascompleted with Respectfully yours, DEPENDABLE

.. and placed in operation under a budget I. Zack Bob Baylor Norge Dealer

:- ,of;.328,000 a :year: Walton Keystone Heights, Fla. )HooMhold ft nerebI+: Watch This Space For Specials

A Civil Defense organization was perfected at T V LETTER OF THANKSI 'Pert ControlOroTe NQBGE APPLIANCES

last in ,Bradford County with the prospect that MAYTAO WASHERS

: much progress will be made in this field in 1959. would like to express my 8praytojCall

A City Recreation Board was created .and a thanks to the many who made FR 6-2661 COLEMAN HEATERS and
life so pleasant while I was in St. FLOOR FURNACESWe
: full-tkae ire .employed starting February. I was sitting backed up to a
: Luke's Hospital. I want to thank '
: ,TIt ? rn6sfsighlficarlf development-'of: course tree *trying out my new turkey, the great 'me'dical i professibnr'niy: Florida. Pest Control Serrice All Makes SHEET

affecting the economy of Bradford County was call, when this nimrod walked by doctor. Dr. W. H. Brooks, assistedby & Chemical Co. Of Appliances ROCKl

: ,the securing of right-of-way and the start of me. We greeted each other and my brother-in-law Dr. F. H.
went on. In a few minutes he 24: N. W. 16th Ave.taeevmeF'lorlda. PHONE WO 4.7511
efforts :
work on the !our- ming of'U. S. 301 from Starke Schnaiss: for their untiring .
back by and I thought
: north to the Clay County line. This project will spoke came kind of sheepish. He wenton to deal with people when it ... Starke, Florida '

: provide work for many in-,this area during the by only to return again in seems life hangs in the balance. 4'x8'x38"SEE .

: coming year. and. when completed, ,the improved A few more minutes. I spoke up Also my special nurses, Mrs. 55
Cook and Mrs. Rowel for their
.. highway will ,bring more money into the county and ask him if he was lost. He
tender love and special care to
: replied. "Heck no. I know whereI
through increased;: travel on 3Q1. watch over you in the dead of US FOR

: Among the} disappointments ,of 1958 was the am but" can't find where I left night when the rest of the worldis

.' failure of So I figure it is like the preach- 1r.i
: :struction of its proposed new station here and it tr says, lots of us are lost and St. Luke's Hospital for their every

: is hoped that this;project will realized in 1959. don't know it. kindness and to our wonderful .
pastor and his wife. Rev. and Mrs.L. SHEET
Another delayed project in 1958 was the start The following story came out of
L. Parker, pf the New River SERVICES
.' of work on the proposed $15,000,000 prison the "Buck and Bourbon" club in Baptist Church. Even though he

: to be constructed on the Bradford County side the Scrub and I cannot vouch is not able he visits you in the a
for its accuracy. But anyway, it 4 ,
II' of the prison property, but there is every reasonto hospital whenever you come out I q
seems as how this hunter saw a
believe that this project also, ,will get underway fine buck running through the of surgery, when it looks like life Paints Roofing
is so dark.
:. in ,1959. Scrub and shot him with his
b' The subject of low rental housing units was rifle. The buck made a high leap To the,many friends and rela- -. Lumber Materials '
tives who sacrificed much of
.another significent issue coming before the City and fell right down. This hunter so ;u- !
their time to visit a shut-in in a __ *
:: ''in 1958. Although the City has not made a def- draws his skinning knife, rushes lonely hospital. These are ones t asonry. i

inite decision i i ,to go into this type of program over to where he saw the deer who make you want to go home Products Water Pump f
fall to cut his throat. A big bucks .
: florae groundwork was laid by adopting a "work- quick.
with his
setting on the ground .y *
=: able plan" for the city, which is one of the .pre feet folded under him but still The get-well cards letters from Hardware Lawn Mowers i

: liminary requirements for the housing program, alive. Rushing up to the deer, the far and near and local and long lr.aft
distance telephone calls. These .
if adopted hunter grabs the deer by the back
make you want to live
As, 1959 there and the deer tries to rise. The on.
: we enter upon seems every rea- The beautiful flowers that makea !
son"to1, deer thrashes around and gives a
believe that Starke and Bradford
hospital room look more like

: gill enjoy<;? : another year of marked prosperity.and hunter good account finally of cuts himself its throat.but But the home. Everybody has been so nice NO MONEY DOWN

New and increased such to me.I .
: progress. : payrolls, as &s he starts out to the road to

.. brought by the natural gas compressor ,station, get help to tote the deer to camp am at home now. but it will

: the stepped up production at the ilmenite mines, he comes across another big buck be quite a while before I can be
cut and around. See then Repair
: rccent.increases at the Florida Development Com- freshly killed with a bullet hole you ,

.mission warehouses :Camp .Blanding, the U. S. in his neck. When he and friend FlOyd Yours Wiggins sincerely, Brownlee & Chasteen

: 301 construction work the return to the first deer nary a
and prison
new construction -
pellet or bullet hole they Add Rooms ..
will undoubtedly reflect.an increase in can --- Carport -
find. This fellow had merely cut
: income for Bradford in
per capita 1959. the throat of a resting deer! Starke, Florida ,
;. In addition to natural gas,and,prison construction Now wonder Out Room

the new $167,000 addition to the .maintenance Fourteen black bass from the

: shop at Camp Blanding should be under way Santa Fe River. Seems as how O, (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES .

: soon. Another indication of progress and faith this place produces bass right )

.. in the future of Starke and Bradford County is along.back Just today talked from to one the fisherman Waca- The $450,000BRADFORD Time To ReroofTAKE

:. .reflected in the purchase by the Florida NationalGroup -
cfissa. Says they only caught three
:' of Banks of a site.for the construction red fish and they have been bit- Past COUNTY, FLA. SPECIAL TAX ADVANTAGE Of TIllS SPECIAL

.. ,of.a;new bank building and parkingareain, ing up to today very well. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 SCHOOL BONDS

:: Starke. although: -there is no assurance: this will Well half the fun of fishing is

!It 'be started in 1959; it i is nice to know that it is in getting out of doors, unless youdon.t [Edited: By Alice: McGarver TAX ''FREE BONDSDated

... .:the offing. think setting on that riverin May 1, 1858 FREE
Due'May ,, ? follows ESTIMATESCALL
40 degrees weather with the The year 1933 was ushered out
: During 1958 Dun & Bradstreet reported a 22 MATURITIES
wind howling down from up aboveis by the Telegraph with these and AMOUNTS
percent growth of business firms in Bradford
; fun. words. "A goodbye few field to
a will regret OR WRITE
... during the ten
County past years. Although .this is this one said to 1933." Tear Amount ,Coupon Maturity

: cannot.match the phenomenal growth of some of In looking back on it, though. -1912 $: .ooo :3.70 3.85 DAY OR NIGHT

2 the cities, and towns in South Florida it is still it seems that it should receive li7S 26,000 3.70 365

substantial !progress and in keeping with our some credit for it was the begin- "74 27,000
: steady increase in population. ning tjf better timee for the area. 1973 3.70 3.70 WO 4-4201 or WO 4-4211
29.000 3.70
.. All in all. our prediction for 1959 is that like CCC camps had been opened in 1co 30,00.1 :3.70

: 1958. it will be aear of substantial growth and the neighborhood and along toward 1977 :3.70 3.70
the end of the year the Civil :31,000 :S.70 :3.70
: continued prosperity for Bradford ,County. Dear Mr. Matthews: Works Administration started 1B7S 33400 3.78 3.70

a It is refreshing to see editorial bringing a payroll into the county
THE BRADFORD COUNTY courage especially when expressedby in time to up the Christmas STAKE BUILDERS
: TELEGRAPH our Southern editors and in shopping by about $30.000. Stores member Bell & Hou<:b, Inc.

: EST. at ttf the small ,but good news organs. Midwest Stock Exchange 350 First Ave No.SU .

.. Such an editorial was your recent Petersburg, ..FU.Please .
.. a I.
E 1e, ., rrBLI4HED CON Tl. OCSLY Step." 7:005'Gtale Bradford Co; School Bondi
{ Our Southern editors have been : 3.5eFirst Ave. No.
l'NPIRTRE,,,:; !SAME llASTnEAO. derelict in Name ___
my opinion on this :
I'rhlt h4:Rar1 Thar.. ,".d.,Entered; ... .rd, n... Madrr store. Regardless of how they leanor fifi6 Petersburg, Fla. Address! ___. __ AT S.A.L. DEPOT 'STARKE, FLA. .

''',i44truePptofir.alStnrtFiL: ...... '.&..: .*'M.... S.LMR l8re. what ,they -belie'\-e. they should Phone 5-4601 City State_ s

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I"V'yV'yyyyyyyyyyy- and Mrs. J. L. Johns of New table covered with a red cloth. I children of Auburndale spent 'TTTTTTTTT.TTTTTT YTPla Alvarez during the weekend were I I Funeral Sunday of Keystone Heights, Frances Heficron. -

River. After games were played the hostesses I Christmas with her brotherinlaw their family. Mr. and Mrs. La von I Daisy Lucille Norman. Jen.

STATE FARM I Shower For Recent Bride were assisted in serving refreshments and sister Mr. and Mrs. Milo Alvarez of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. For W. O. Shannon nie LeeCole., Hazel M. Eberle
Mrs. L. B. Cooper and Mrs. J. o I by Misses Sharon Ziegler and family.Mr. Reman Alvarez'of Texas. Mr. and Of Kingsley Lake I, Leaman Lee Willis, Yetta B. Neid-

By Mrs. O. E. CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaALALAAAh W. Hardin were hostesses, recently. Knight Iris Stafford and Martha and Mrs. Joe Wallace spent H. Mrs. J. L. Alvarez of Middleburg I'erman ard Harry Keiderman of

bridal shower held at the Long to the 25 guests. Christmas in Jacksonville visiting l Mr. and .Mrs. Owen Alvarez and
at "
a ...
.&A .4&A&& .4.. &. William Oliver Shannon 50. Queens. N. Y.. Linda Sharon Lee.
home of Mrs. Hardin for Mrs. Wedding bells have been ring- relatives.Mr. i son of Starke and Patricia Al-
Bobby Stafford a recent bride. ing along with Christmas bells. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield We had a large attendance at I varez/of, Jacksonville. j I! a resident of Kingsley] Lake. died'i Charles Lyman Green of Lake
Well, folks, sure hope everyone i lin a local hospital on Christmas 1'
had 'a very Merry Christmas. We The home was beautifully decor- Miss Joan Kingston daughter of of Campville spent Christmaswith ihurch last Sunday morning and Sunday visitors at the H. M.i Day after an illness of several ;Butler. Elizabeth Ingram, and

had wonderful time; had dinner ated in the Christmas theme and Mr. and Msr. Melvin Kingston their son-in-law and daughter. avening. We were glad to have Mcllae home were Mr. and Mrs. \! ironths.j Nettie ?,iae Padgett of MaxviUe.

with a mother and dad.Mr._ green punch was served from a.. and Eugene Johns son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ziegler.Mr. Roman Alvarez and his good wife, <". E. Thcrnton and children, and I| Born in Pa. I'I. Also Annette Terrell of Key-
Everson. Jan. 17.
I j .
-- Mrs. Clyde Johns of Raiford were and Mrs. Fred Cannon and with us, from the Bible Baptist Miss Connie Thornton. 0
COt: TT, FLOR- j I 908. he veteran of World i ii i stone Heights Virginia McKinney
IX TUB. CIRCtIT COfRT, IX AND FOR BRADFORD married in Felkston, Ga. Dec. 16. daughter spent the weekend with Seminary in Texas. He spoke at was a
ID.\. '\.0. Mrs. Vara Mitchell is spending !i War II. a member of the First. of Leonard Prevatt
AT LAW The young couple have many Mr. and Mrs. Bagley of Citra. both services and his messages, j | Gainesville
th- holidays with relatives at I
JtOl' TOS TEXAS GAS ANt J) OIL ) friends who wish them much Mr. and Mrs. John Spence of were enjoyed very much. / j Methodist Church of Starke .I cf Lawtey. Wayne Franklin Sapp
CORPORATION, a corporation ) S Rome. Ga.
I i American Legion Post 56. and the
Petitioner. ) AMKMJKDVS. happiness. Jacksonville spent the weekend : Now remember, it will be Family Pansy Agnes Tyre Lillie Bernice
) >OTICK OF TAKIMJ: PersonalsMr. with her parents Mr. and Mrs, Day at Pine Level Baptist Mr. and Mrs. CVcil Wallace attended ( Elks lodge. He operated a store .
L. L. LEACH, et al! ) I I at Coiana. Glenn Sidney Simmonsof
Defendants. ) and Mrs. L. W. Murphy hadas O. E. Crc.sby.Mrs. Churcn next Sunday. Jan.The the wedding of Mrs. Wal- Kingsley Lake.

IN THE SAME OF AND tV THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OK guests. Christmas their daughter J. M. Roberts and Mrs nursery will be ready for you lace's niece Miss Gloria Tetstone. I Surviving are his widow Mrs. Penney Farms. Gordon Marlon

TO WHOM FLORIDA IT:MAY CONCERN and: and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs Pearl Cain and Mrs. Pat Patterson babies. We will go into/-the new of Lake Butler, to Robert Clyatt I' Mildred Mentzer Shannon and a Griffis of Raiford Pearlie Ann

Owner Encumbrance* Estimated Tracy Eason and their childrenof all of Jacksonville and Mr. educational building. H6Pe every of Dukes Station on Dec. 19 at 8 daughter Mrs. Lois McCullough Harris of Hawthorne. Ellen Smith

Parcel lalueI Rocky Mount N. C. Their son. and Mrs. J. P. Hardee and daughter one can enjoy that day. and William O. Shannon.
p. m. in the Harmony Free Will I I both of Kingsley Lake; two brothers. !
|Z6i.UO Ray of Ocala was also a guest. of Gainesville were dinner We wish to express our sympathy -
Annie Leach Albert P. Leach & None Baptist Church. Her maid of honor Robert and Glenn Shannon Colored admissions were: Joseph
Leon L. Leach all of RKI). Uur- i Miss Nancy Bates student at guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.C. to Mrs. Johnson and family was her sister. Mrs Rosa- I I both of Starke: one sister Mrs. I P. Williams. Johnny B. Brown
ham. Missouri; Otis E. Leach &; FSU. is spending the holidays Roberts, Sunday.Mr. in their bereavement at the I
wife. Laura E. Leach. Starke. Green. A reception was held at I Elizabeth Soisson of Paramont, Theola Joyce Hutchison of Haw
Fla.. Want-he I... Carpenter and with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. L. J. Swann had, loss of Bro. George Johnson. He the church after the Calif.: and two grandchildren. I thorne. Ophelia Elsie Tomlinson
husband Raymond Carpenter. H. O. Bates Jr. They, with daughter as holiday guests their son-in-law i will be greatly missed by his family ceremony,
16004 Market St., Hannibal. ii>:.- and the bride and groom left for Funeral services were held Sunday i of Lake Butler. Lula Bland and
Barbara had Christmas with and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Donald friends 'and the church of
scuri & Ruby I... Hurst and husband ,: ,
; Jonny Lee Jones of Hampton.
a wedding trip to Tennessee. I at 3:30: in the First
Clarence Hurst KKl the Senior Bates in St. Petersburg.Mr. Bwby and son of Orlando which he was a faithful memberfor p. In. I
Missouri & Ern'-st W. Methodist Church with Don-
Maywood ; Rev.
Leach. and Mrs. J. B. Rimes of'' Mr. and Mrs. Gamer Berlt of many years. ,
Leach and Wife, Margaret dd Kokomoor Burial HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
Daytona Beach. Kla., sole heirs Starke were Christmas guests of Tampa. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Godbold of WOW Meets Jan. 8 officiating. I

of L. L. Leach deceased; Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. Their Mrs. Swann were Mr. and Mrs. Lakeland were weekend guests of : was in Kingsley Lake Cemetery I Premillennial Fundamental
2 Franklin a corporation.Micanopy Lumber &.Casket ComNone JZ7500 grandson Billy is spending the Bcb Parsons of Jacksonville.The Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Cason. Lacy Conway. field representative !: Jones Funeral the direction Home.ILO5P1T.tL .of DeWitt C. I Missionary. Seven miles south of

pany Florida holidays with them. annual Christmas party Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis spent of the Woodmen of the I I Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack-

Miss Sheila Henly of St. Louis was held at the Community Club Christmas with the L. L. Conners ham pastor.
3 W. Hogan Smith and Eollne W. (1) The Equitable Life $;'10.011Smith. World, has announced that the I I ADMISSIONSThe :
his wife. Assurance :Society ot U. Mo. spent Friday night with Miss Monday! night. The members exchanged in Starke. Sunday School 10 a. m., Worship -
Starke, Florida _., S.. 393 7th Ave., New Becky Sue Thompson. Mrs. R. S. gifts by the Christmastree next regular meeting will be held :
York. N. Y.; mortgage We are sorry to hear of the I following patients have I 11 a. m., Training Union 7
recorded Rosier was also a guest of her which was near the fireplace. at. All Friends' Camp 138. on E. :
dated 5-7-56, illess of Meed Lewis and Russell j been admitted to Bradford County p. m. Evening Worship, 8 p. m.

to'curingrepayment in Book 36. P. 467.of daughter Mrs. Thompson for the Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair and Mrs. L. McRae and wish them a speedy Call. St.. Jan. 8, at 7:30: p. m. I Hospital since Dec. 15: Loma Bon- | Wednesday Prayer meet.ing-
holidays.Rev. J. Swann were hostesses and served I I
1150,000. recovery. Refreshments will be served and: ham. Douglas Sullivan Mitchell 1730; p. m.Everyone.
<%) Kquitable Life! As- and Mrs. J. T. Thompkins punch and fruit cake. .
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. O. R.
C sur. Soc. of U. S.. same all members are invited to attend.::Ray Kersey, Glenda Gail Wolfe welcome.
address; mortgage dated had as holiday guests. Dr. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold George

5-7-56; recorded In Mrs. Sutherland and children of and children of Ocala spent Sat-
:63. securing -
Book :
with :Mrs.
repayment of $tO.- Kentucky.Mr. urday George's parents

000. and Mrs. L. J. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair. i
n) Rayonier. Inc.. P. O. children of Steve and Joe Harden i
Pox 728 Fernandma Statenville Ga. spent students

Beach Florida. any Christmas with their mother at Murray State College, Murray, '

unc'er right. a title 66-year or interest lease Mrs. Green. and brotherinlawand Ky., are spending the holidayswith .Jan.WH1TE4

dated 12-21-32: recorded sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. their mother, Mrs. Louis
in Misc. Book : U. Cooper.Mr. Harden.
P. 282.P.ayonler..-
and Mrs. L. W. Pace had Kenneth Osborne who attendsthe

C Foster Shi Smith and Mary Anne Inc.Fernandtna. P. O. $1.11.OU as Christmas guests, her brother- University of South Carolina.

Smith.Starke,his Florida wife Box Beach"728 Florida any in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Columbia, S. C., is spending the -

right title or interest James Hagood and daughter of holdays with his parents, Mr. and

under: a, lease recorded datedI.lt In Jacksonville. They were accompanied Mrs. E. N. Osborne. Cannon Famous Dan River

Misc. Book %0. I'. Z67. home by Calvin Pace who E. N. Osborne visited his sister .

and Ruth ReddIsh None '::IO.OU attended the Florida-Miss game. and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Ii P D.:
I, his wife 335 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brady and Allen Hall of Lakeland Friday.Mr. ((1 CASES

I I %P.07 O.Broadway Box children of Cornelia Ga. spent and Mrs. H. D. Starling hadas if

I Starke, Florida Christmas with her parents Mr. Christmas guests their children -,. EXTRA HEAVY EXTRA The 'Yorld.s ilest Regardless of Price!

6 Benjamin Suslow and. Anna :SusNone ''':.UI1 and Mis. A. J. Greene. Other Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Murphy THIRSTY ALL SIZES AND COLORS

low his wifeP. visitors of the Greene's were Jerry and son of Lake Butler, and '.

O. .Box Floridd 1003Starke : ; and Barber of Camp Le Jeune. N. C.. Mr. and Mrs. James:: Crawford of Man Size Reg. 1.29 each Muslin and Percale

Washington Ave. Mrs. Ellen Barber of Jacksonville.Mrs. Starke. Weekend of
29i:; Fort guests the
New York ::z. N. Y. Mattie Ellis and son of Ala- Starlings were her parents Mr.. k. MUSLIN WHITE SHEETS

1 Foster Shi Smith and Mary Anne None JZiOOUand ; chua. and their son-in-law and and Mrs. J. T. Kirkland Sr. of .cT1 NOW 88 c

Smith. his wife flau hter. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Jacksonville. .
81 X 99 1.65each
stark. *. Florida -
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the following Stafford of Jacksonville.Mr. Starling-Addison Nuptials I

to all persons right or,parties title interest havingor described feet southerly survey from line and traversingthe and Mrs. L. B. Cooper spent Miss Lorrenia Starling only WASH CLOTHS TO MATCH
claiming any
estate, mortgage or other lien to the 5 SKI'h :*of of the Sec.SW 9,4 T of 7 Sec.S, U 10 21 T E.1 Sunday in Jasper with Mr. and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney MUSLIN WHITE CASES

and In those certain County parrels Florida of land S. U 21 K. and the X,4 of Sec. Id, Mrs. L. R. Green. Starling became the bride of I

situate hereinafter!' in Bradford described together with T 7 S, K :21 E, Bradford describedas County. Henry Richarde of Annapolis Richard Addison son of Mr. and Reg. 29c each
Florida more particularly NOW 18c 36C EACH
all unknown person's claiming! by
through and under known personswho follows to-wit: spent Christmas with his parents Mrs. Cecil Addison Wednesday

are dead and who are not Beginning at. a point Sec.in the Ij. said east Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde. evening: at the home of the bride- I
line of the N' of said
known to be .dead HOUSTON or alive.WHKKKAS. TEXAS point being 1330: feet southerly and They were all guests of Mr. and groom's parents. Membersof the -V

GAS AND OIL CORPORATION a along said line from the northeast Mrs. Lyle Buck 3rd of Jacksonvillefor immediate family and intimate
corporation! has flied its Petition In corner thereof; and running thenceX Heirloom
eminent domain proceedings in the 76 degrees 01 minutes \V a distance dinner. friends attended. CLEARANCE
I, above entitled Court against the of 8114 feet to its point of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Crews and The double-ring ceremony was
persons whose names and? places of exit in the west line.. .of the SEVi of children of Monticello and Mrs. conducted by Rev. Jake Thomas RUGS'EAGLE'S
reside no are' h..reirmbnve set forth. Kt9. T 7 S.R. 21 ; Sht Ladies Sub-Teens Girls 'OPERATION BED SPREADS
owned by Foster before'th beau-
being tle defendants In such cause, Beinglands Anne Smith. his Jessie 'Lazenby 'and-mother, Mrs. of Lake Butler, .
and wherein the said Petitionerseekstecondemn Smith wife. Starke.and Mary Florida and Josie 1_ Rhoda Dowling Mrs. Julia Star- tifully decorated mantel. Mr.
an estate in the Reg. 8.98
following described" property as isset Smith widow. Starke.Line Florida List No.be-4- bord Mr. and Mrs. Mattie Hale Thomas is a former teacher of C-0-A-T-S 'OPERATION RUGS'was
forth In the Petition filed tnIIR.d ing identified as end son of Lake Butler and :Mr. the couple.
that the same maybe ron\n-ll1. such an
used cause for so right of way purposes. Parcel 5 (P. P. Reddish and Ruth and Mrs Lewis Clemons were Miss Starling's only attendantwas ENTIRE STOCK last that the sucPlOW -- 5.88
wife) cess year
and all incidents thereof for the Kedtiish. his feet in width dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. Miss Hilda Roberts of Lake
location and construction of natural A strip of land fifty decided to throw a repeal -
transmission pipelines to-wit: extending 15: feet northerly and 35 E. Crews. Christmas.Mr. I Butler who wore a waltz-length *
gas Parcel 1 (Annie Leach & other feet southerly from the following and Mrs. Sherman Crosby dress of pink nylon and carrieda % only hiS time with
L. Leach deceasedaforenamed described surveY line and traversingthe
heirs of I. 20
) SK', of the SW" and a part of and children visited her parents. bouquet of pink carnations tied OFF '

A strip of land fifty feet in width I the SW>', of the SKU\ of Sec. 26. T Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green of Gain- with pink satin streamers. ,
15 feet northerly and ;3S. 5 S. H 21 E. Bradford County. Klor- BETTER RUGS AT
extending from the following I tAi .*tt>.n nnrt tniilarlv. described asrilo tsville. Tuesday. Miss Starling who was given in Hob b Nail I SPREADS
feet southerly ----- -
described survey line and traversing ; :;;: to': :i'ft'glnning : Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.\marriage by her father, chose a .

the SW!4 of the S\V>i of Sec. '.I at a point in the' east Lewis Martin Christmas Day were waltz length dress of Chantilly LOWER PRICES
Township 7 South. Kange 21 Fast, line of the SK'i of the SV of Lint-Free
Bradford County Florida more particularly said Sec. %". said point being I4feet :: Mr. and Mrs. Alex Martin and lace over nylon net. It featureda Girls' Orion Slipover Viscose

wU: descrild as follows to- from southerly the northeast and along corner said tnereof line daughter Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mc- round neckline and fitted bodice TO YOU! TWIN AND FULL

KinninfT at a point In the and running thence S 50 degrees, Gee and children of Green Cove with sleeves coming to points 4.98
West line of the SW" of the OK minutes W a distance of 170X Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marton the wrists. The bouffant .
,. Springs. over SWEATERSRegular
Said the west
S'" '4 of said Section To its point of exit in
point being 121$ feet more or line feet of the SK\ 'I of the S\V,4 of of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. skirt vas made in tiers of lace attached Lint-Free Viscose ONLg.,

less from northerly the southwest along said corner line Sec. :26. T lands 5 :S,owned R 21 FLBeing by P. 1). Reddish Alex Marton of Lake City. to net. Her finger-tip veil 2.39

thereof: and runnn: thence S and Ruth Reddish his wife Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harrell had of sheerest illusion was attachedto
7fi degrees flt minu''s I K a distance P. O. Box:': :525. 207( Broadway. as dinner guests Christmas Mrs. a princess crown adorned with 1/2 Pnce Fully Roller Coated and NonSkid -
ot as
of 14:;' feet to its point Starke. Florida and identified
exit in the Kant line of the $\\ >iof Line List Xo. 23: l"RAl76. Newn Warren of Starke. Miss seed pearls. The bride. carried a .
the SW i of Sec. ,. T 7 K, It Parcel 6 (Benjamin SuMow andAm.a Rita Johns. Sgt. Tim Warren of cascade of white carnations tied Back
21 K.Reing his wife)
lands owned by I.. I... each A strip Suslow of land fifty feet In wlith j Augusta Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Dewey v.ith blue satin ribbon. .
and spouse. It any. Haute No. 1. northerly and 35:; States- brotheras Cannon Woven
extending 15 fevt Warren and children of Cecil Addison served his Reg. 2.98
Box :5S5-C.! : !':tarkl'. Florida and from the following Ladies Fall
identified as Line List No. 4-ltK.\l feet southerly line and traversinga boro Ga.. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom I best; man.

J7. described portion survey of the :NWt of the SW'4'i Leister of Eastman. Ga. Miss Judy: Mrs. Starling chose for her
Parcel 2 Franklin Lumber & I 48" 1.88 BED SPREADS
the XK'.i of the SWU : SK'i of the with afternoon PRICE 27"x -
Raskft ('0., a corporation)width i NW. and 8\\ of XW'i of Sec. Harrell returned to Georgia daughter's wedding an HATS 1/2

extending A strip of 15; land feet fifty northerly fert in and 3J 18. T 7 S. R :22: 1';. Bradford describedas County. her uncle and aunt. dress of pink lace. Mrs. Addison Reg. 5.98

feet southerly from the following Florida more to-wit particularly: we nro glad that Dr. Goddell is wore a street-length dress of lilac Rejr. 3.98

described survey .line and traiers Beginning follows at a point in the west borne from the hospital and feel-
the X'4 of the XK'i\ : the Sof \4 silk.After NOW 3.88
ng the XK'I and :X\V. ..f the !SK'i:\ line situate of the in above Sec. described is said point property being irig: better. His brotherinlawand the reception the young .. 24" 88 --

of Sec 36. T 6 S, K 19 K.\ r.radford 16( 2 feet northerly along paid sister. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. couple left for a short wedding X.
rarttcularlYdt'lorrih..d Brand
Florida more Famous
County. corner -
as rliotowit: west line from and the running southwest thence Tesanick of Illinois spent Christmas trip and will reside in Jacksonville .

FVcinninp at a point in the W South thereof 63 degrees.; 41 minutes K a with them. where the new Mrs. Addisonis RCJJ. 7.98

lino aid; of wint the K.:NK'i.np=: 1:of..:Z said ft. :
and along said line from the northwest exft of the in SWU of SI'Ctll.. T 7 S. K his sister. Mrs. Beulah Kelly visited soon leave to serve his term with 5 88
thereof and running 4'x6'
corner ; :22! E. the armed forces. -
thenc S 73; decrees.: IS minutes FH ; lands owned by Benjamin his brother and sister-in-law. .
distance of 1500 f pPt to Its point ulloand Being Anna Suslow. his wife, Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of .
of exit in the ":all line of the :SW i Florida. and 2!lfI
of the. XK'i of S.-C. 31;. T 6 X It 19 K Pox inrt3. Starke. .. New York Black Creek Sunday.

dumber Ieing &lands Rasket owned Co.. a l>corporation.Jlioanopy. y Franklin. :32":'ort'a. K. Y. and hin"ton"t"identified as Line List SK-2 Joe Neal Belche and Mrs. MEN'S AND BOYS SCATTER RUGS White Washable Zip Covers

Florida and identified as Xo. 4-BRAD-3S.7 (Foster Shi :Smith and Belche and baby of Norfolk. Va.
Line List X". 4BKAI2.. Parcel Smith. his! wile) with his parents. Allergy Free
Anne Christmas
Parcel 3 <\\- Hogan Smith and Mary of land fifty feet in width spent nroSperous! Jackets & Coats 21" X 34"
F.olint"Y... his wife) A strip northerly and 35: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Belche. Sport .
of land fifty feet in width extending: 15 feet Ar OUR.
A strip following
extending 15: feet northerly and 35: feet southerly from and the trtverslngthe Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards of Sell-Out

feet described southerly survey from line and the traversingthe following described XK'i survey of thpY'line of :Sec.County.:I. Brooker are spending the holidays 'gEl 20% OFF Repeat ERES i i1lm'8

XW4 and the K'i of the :Sl';'. T 7 S R :% K. Bradford describedfollnws. with their son and daughter-in-
Florida"more particularly .. ..__ .,
It ::i B and the MS'4of ':' .rt". At Only
..f Sec T 7 S. .. law. Air. ana Airs. r.rCelI LUWIUS.Mr.
S\V' of Sec. ?i. T 7 S. I, II:: as to-wit: west
the < Florida moreparticularly Beginning. at a point In the and Mrs. J. H. Hundley of S
E. Bradford of the M\ 'i Of
described as follow line said of Sec.the:1.XE'i said point being! 142 Jacksonville were Christmas dinner tfA 2 FORHANDKERCHIEFS
to.wlt: and along said line and Large While
Beginning at a point In the West feet southerly thereof guests of their son-in-law
line of the XW 4 of said Section *. from the northwest thence S 75 degrees. daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
said point being :3S feet northerlyand :;;minutes and E a distance of 1J3 feet Williams. Other guests of the Williams -

along corner said thereof line :from and the running southwest J-> to its point of of exit the In S\\the"'4 cast ot line Sec. vrere Mr. and Mrs. William c 1.00 $
minutes ..; a distanceof of the XK'i 15c
76 degrees. 01 Regular
:12 E. family of Jacksonville.Mr. .
544 feet to its point of exit in 21. T 7 S. K owned by Foster :Mil Perry ana 7 00
the south line of the XVV'i of :Sec. Being lands Mary Anne Smith his and Mrs. Carl Dobbs of

$the. T same 7 S, bearing Ti :t K:and continuing reenteringthe on wife.Smith Starke.and Florida Xo. 4BUADX50.TAKE and Identifiedas Lake City and Mrs. and Mrs.Warr..n $1.00 Per DozenLuxuriously .

subject property at a point tn Line List Declara- J. Dobbs and family of .
NOTICE, that a
the west line of the KH of the SKU by of -
has been filed Palatka were dinner guests
of Sec S, said point being 1&1S feet. i tion of Taking
more or less northerlv. and along [, the Petitioner In the above styled! their parents Mr. and Mrs. Arch
said line from the southwest corner cause for the taking of the abovedescribed
Christmas. Rev. and Mrs.
01 lands for rights of way 0 Dobbs.
thfeof thence South 76 degrees
minute East a distance of 1410 feet and easements for transmission lines. D. A. Greek of Jacksonville were EXTRA HEAVY
tat line that the Court will on the 12th
to Its point of exit In the and 10 Sunday dinner guests.
of the K'i of the S) 'i of Section "tI.f day of February A. D. 1959. at
T 7 S. II 21 F.: and continuing on c'clock\ a. mIn its Chambers at Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Edwards
the same bearing and reenteringthe the Bradford County Courthouse, atStarkI' Jr. and children were guests of

subject property at a point of the In Florida" cons'.der; said appraisers Deciaration -- hop n..rsnte XTr. And.. a.Mrs..._ E. C.Long. for Warmth and Strength -- Acrilan for Warmth and Beauty!
the west line of the SE'i of Taking appoint .a. r-' S.- L.a -
swi. of See. 9. T 7 S. R :31 K, said ,-and--make such order as the Christmas.
point being 103 feet more or less. pursuant law. I
deems proper
and Mrs.
said line from IX Holiday guests of
northerly and along ALL PARTIES INTERESTED: Moth-Resistant\
the southwest corner thereof: thence THE ABOVE DESCRIBED LANDS Robert Turner and family were WHITE SALE
South 76 degrees. 01 minutes Feast and be heard at the oo ,
appear Mr.
may brother-in-law and sister GOODMAN'SService
a distance of USS feet to Its pointof 1 time and place hereinabove desig his Machine Washable
exit m the East line of SEH of I and Mrs W. T. Brinson of Val- I
thevi Ii of sec 9. T 7 S. R SI: t;. nated.WITNESS my hand and veal of dcfta. Ga.. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Solids and Stripes 7
Bradford ('ounl ". Florida
) this 23rd day of December Station
aid Court.
Being lands owned by W. Hogan Hardee of Jacksonville and Mr. 2
1S5! ; *
Smith and VT. his wife.. A. D.
Starke Florida Koline, and identified as (COURT SEAL) and Mrs. J. L. Anderson and children For

Line List Xo 4-BRAD-14. 16 and IS. CHARLES A. DARBY Court of Charleston. S. C. Monday Starke, Florida Reg.4.98&5.98
Parcel 4 Foster Shi Smith. and Clerk of the Circuit
Mary Anne Smith, his wife, etA Bradford County. Florida guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill
al) By (ISI! Marian L. Crosby Mills of Macclenny. 1
strip r.f land width Deputy Clerk _
fifty feet In
eXh'nd.ng 1:0 |m northerly and 34 It l-l Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews and



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Miss Claire ''Miss'Patricia Hobbs Rehearsal WSCS Entertains Yul Brynner StarsIn -.
U Douglas Supper I I - --- -----

ToWedKANoegelli Weds Wilbur Barry For Barry-Hobbs ': At BreakfastFor 'The Buccaneer I Celebrate

'In Methodist ChurchMiss Wedding Party College Students \ Coming To Florida i
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Patricia Hobbs daughterof Mr. and Mrs. James V. Crosby,I II The :Methodist WSCS gave a;,i One of the most exciting and I The NEW'( YEAR'

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hobbs I entertained at a rehearsal party I II delightful breakfast in Fellowship; crucial chapters in American )
of Starke, became the bnde ot I Friday evening Dec. 19, honoring i i AT
'Hall Sunday morning. preceding history is dramatized in the ex-j i
. GUdya Mooty Lloyd Wilbur Barry Jr., son ol Miss Pat Hobbs and Wilbur Barry: the
Sunday school honoring ltetnI citing "Buccaneer" playing at i
... .------------------- -------- --------------- .-... Mr. and Mrs. Barry Sr. of Brooker -. following their wedding rehearsal. in (
odist college students meoibers Florida Theatre Sunday through j
in a beautiful wedding cere- The Crosby home at 812 Cypress I I FLORIDATHEATRE
service, and those, employed elsewhere Tuesday.
Dessert Bridge WSCS Circles mony performed Saturday evening street was decorated for the occasion -
who were home for thej
I I With outstanding cast headed -
ai Dec. 20. at 7:30 o'clock in the, in Christmas motif. The an
Given At Home Schedule MeetingsCircles holidays. j Claire Bloom.
ty Yul Brynner.
Methodist table featured
first Church. Rev refreshment a red
I Preparing the breakfast for the i, Charles Boyer and Charlton Hes- I
Of Miss RosenbergMiss of the First Methodist h.i'-! .I' '". r p ,i xI Donald Kokomoor, pastor of the.church ,, linen cloth and silver centerpiece i'
t and Rev. James Templeof flanked by burning red tapers in 16 attending were Mrs. G. S. New- ton as Andrew Jackson the story I
WSCS meet next week as I rI At the Stroke of
Della Rosenberg entertained follows: ... : r of Brooker: performed the ceremony ; silver holders. The guests 'were comb chairman Mrs. Jack Mc- re-creates the flaming. final j j

at a lovely dessert bridge party Circle 1, Tues., Jan. 6, 10 a.m.I "i,, i".#,, .. n, }I '. served open faced sandwiches: in Comb Mrs Foster Shi Smith, andMrs. phase of the War of 1812 the I!

Monday evening at her home in Fellowship Hall with Mrs. Carl I' : ij I Trees of Jade formed the background the shape of Santa Clauses Christmas Titus Olson., pulse-pounding Battle of New : MIDNIGHTSee

at King :ey Lake. Johns, Mrs. A. W. Redgrave and i 41I 1 I of the altar and in the trees and stars. Coffee, Coca- I II Orleans and the colorful events i

Christmas arrangements prevailed Mrs. A. N. Holliday as hostesses.I center was; a sunburst arrange- Colas and fruit cake were also I I 1 1I that led up to it. j I

in the decorations for the oc Circle 2, Monday, Jan. 5, 3 p.m.. ,!ment of white gladioli and chry- served. I i Yul Brynner forsakes his fam- I our First Showof
casion. The 'buffet table was at the home of Mrs. J. H. Fields. rf J'; santhemums centered with a large The honored couple presented cus shriven head to appear with

overlaid with white cutwork cloth Circle 3, Monday Jan 5, 3 p.m., [ gold cross. Candelabras with their atttendents with gift mementos hair and mustache in the role of
i I '
and centered with red and blue 1 at the home of Mrs. K.: K. Perry- t burning white candles tapered out. of the occasion. 1 Jean Lafitte. the pirate king who, the Year!

Christmas arrangement flanked by ] man. 'a: j jMrr to each side of the center arrangement Assisting in serving and arranging 1I had a price on his head but who I

burning red tapers in silver hold- I 7, 10 to pedestal baskets of the delightful became of the nation's great
Circle 5, Wednesday Jan. and Mrs. Cecil L. Douglas this affair were I : one (
ers.Miss a m., at the home of Mrs. JackI announce the engagement and approaching same blossoms at each corner ot Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Mrs. L. W. Barry heroes! when he came to America's 'ATTACK OF

, Rosenberg was assisted in I Eaves with Mrs. Jimmy Green asI marriage of their the altar. The aisle pews were and Mrs. D. A. Land. Bradford County Hospital announces rescue at the darkest moment in

Mrs.serving by Mrs. Del CoUey and I co-hostess. I daughter Claire, to Kenneth A.oegel decorated with burning tapers Among the 20 guests were the following births: !; her young history. !, PUPPET PEOPLE'WED.

The James Lewis. t I \ son of )Ir. and Mrs. Joseph down the length of the church. ,II members of the wedding party Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kugatt ot I! Clane Bloom plays the rough,!
guests seated at tie ItlU'LL LOVE U.e
were new Esterbrook I
Archie Green organist presented Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs Mr. and !
Noegel of btarke. i tough daughter of a pirate who
I Lawtey a daughter Alice Darlene
card tables and after several pro- | purse-size fountain pens In nuptial music as the guests assembled Mrs. L. W. Sr. of Brooker DEC. 31ST
The wedding will take' place at Barry Dec. 25. loves Lafitte and competes for :, .,
gressions of bridge. high and low patel shades. Only $3.U9 at Bra and Miss Sylvia PaulK, and Mrs. J. R. WainwnghLMrs. "
7 p.m. on Friday Jan. 23, in the him with the patrician daughterof I
srorers Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mc-
: received prizes.. I' ford County Telegraph. Thou John
"Whither Go-
foloist -
home of the bride-elect. No invitations -I sang Louisana's governor. Program 11:30 PM
Rae of Starke, twins, a boy and I
will be but friends est"-and: "The Wedding Prayer. Alice M.
: I Alan Land of Jacksonville, a girl Dec 26. I | Feature 12:00 PM
i I and relatives of the couple are in CARD OF THANKSWe
I Weds A. ThomasIn Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin MizellII I
,II I vited. brother-in-law of the groom, serv- J. ._ .
(: : :rt1 :: ed as best man and the ushers of Starke, a daughter, Pamela j are sincerely grateful to .- .. u ..
: I Gainesville Rites -- - -
11 11Nr 6mS1r. I! WCTU Members Hold were Charles Osborne Charted Ann. Dec. 27. i friends and neighbors for their
:::6Rwt :::. Noegel Mike Goldwire, and Fredi Mr. and Mrs. Francis Chiappmi many kind acts of sympathy during -
::: .::: lona Chapel of the First Presby-
December Meeting die Stevens. of Melrose a daughter, Lily Mar- our sad bereavement. Our appreciation -
terian Church in Gainesville FloridaiTHEATRE
Miss Jackie Hobbs sister of the was en. Dec. 28. : cannot be adequatelyexpressed.
1IDt IfIIIIJ.! ; the setting at 7:30 o'clock last Friday :: -
Members of the Woman'sChristian
bride, attended as maid of honor, .
: : : night for the marriage of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Franklin ; :
Union met
.:: :': ': :" ':'" ::':: .' i r Temperance She was attired in a beautifu: Alice Marsh Conner and Jesse A. Lavender of Lake Butler, a daughter !I The Family of George W. John-
::: : ;: ; : last Friday afternoon in the union mauve .taffeta waltz length dress Thomas of Brooker.Dr. ,Dec. 28., ''son.
JWYfARi headq arter.;. Eleven members.
W :: :1 with overskirt and featured a por-< U. S. Gordon pastor of the
members wereadded .
: ; and two honorary trait necklace and cummerbundShe -

/ 1 111I.II\" : I.II! 1 ''cei1ki roll.At the to the close 1959 of the membership devotionaland head arrangement wore band a and of matching mauve carried carnations a feathered cascade ring Merchant htirch ceremony., officiated, organist.and for Miss. played the Margaret double the, I PROTECT your DRIVER'S licenseBUY I Beginning Jan. 1st.f 1959,

eddmg music. of red,
1/11 i /'/ business session presided over with white flocked branches and Sprays Florida and Park Theatres
nd white
carnations weie usedin
I by the president, Mrs. Florence. puffspf tujje and satin ribbonsin decorating the chancel. I I will open at 2:15 P.M.: and

Hipple, refreshments were served darker shades.: Program begins at 3:00 P.M.
The bride is the of
::::. .. .. i from a table decorated in tie. The. bride, who was given in ., daughter 1\Ir.l 'I' Saturday and Sunday Open
and Mrs. Lawrence J. Spengler
:::( .
==> t' Christmas motif.In I I marriage by her father, ,chose for Brooker and Mr. Thomas is the! LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo 12:15 l'M. Program beginsat
honor of those sending-m i her wedding an exquisite white
cn! of Mr. and Mrs Robert 1:00 P.M.
:;::. dues miniature chairs bearing Chantilly lace gown Over: white Thomas also of Brooker.A .
name cards wee placed on the I'I bridal satin. The molded bodice SAT.. JAN. :3 ONLY
ballerina length gown of lilac
table. featured a scalloped square neckline Membership Fees .. 6 Mo. Policies DOUBLE FEATURE -
taffeta overlaid with lilac net, j
I trimmed, with, seed pearls and ,
was worn by the bride She earned -
Executive BoardThe white sequins, with small lace NOW,
r I a cluster of white carnationstied )
covered buttons down the bac C
: with lilac ribbon and wore' '
To you and your executive hoard of the and scalloped short lace sleeves. SHED
I matching! pearl necklace. bracelet DOYLE E. CONNER
will meet IN BLAZING tI0PM
; Starke Woman's Club I The full floor length white bnda! .
and friends
family at and earrings. She was given m '
Thursday afternoon Jan. .lS II satin skirt 'had an overskirt of Marriage by her father. 136 'V Ca11'St. Phone: WO 4-4501
3:30 o'clock in the club house. white tulle with wide ,panels of
Mrs. Kathryn Boynton was
Chantilly lace in front, back, and I -U I !
matron of onor, wearing a ballerina -
BARKSDALE'SStarke GEM JEWELftY Altar SocietySt. I on each side. With this she wore,: length gown of pastel blue I -
long Chantilly lace mittens and
will taffeta and net, with matching net
Edward's Altar Society I pearl earrings, a gift of the groom. ,
Florida I j I Starke, Florida hold its monthly meeting, Tues- I i I Her finger-tip veil of sheerest: illusion tole.carnations.Best Her. bouquet was of white, I On Our Stage COLOR
day evening, Jan. 6, at 8 o'clock sImJn&
was attached to a cap of man for the bridegroom
vin, the Parish Hall. lace decorated witn tiny seed Rabert TAYLOR
was his father. :Mr. Thomas.
pearls. She carried a white Hrble: Mrs. Spengler wore a light blue

topped with two yellowthroatedwhite dress and hat, while Mrs.: Thomas FLORIDA THEATRESATURDAY I i eaner PARKER ,
orchids with background ot: I i Vkter with Sua '
dark dress with
wore .a crepe : :! ] I II
seed pearl net leaves maline puffs, HcUSLES IAMBLTN ,
black Both
accessories. wore cor-
and streamers of narrow satin I '
ribbon. sages of white carnations, MORNING 11:00 A.M. E1CIHJS 18HEJJ iK j
Mrs. Louise Midgett was hostessat -
For her daughter's wedding a reception held in the church 1 t
OWNERS Mrs. Hobbs was attired in an ice JANUARY 3 1959
TO TAX PAYERS AND PROPERTY blue lace sheath complimentedwith parlors Later after in the the evening ceremony., Mr. Thomas AND

a corsage of pink carnationsand and his bride left for a tour ot
miniature velvet leaves. THE
grape !Florida. After Dec. 31 they will
Sec. 7 Article 10 of the Fla. Constitution Mrs. Barry was gowned in an .
According to be at home Brooker.. .
eld-rose lace sheath with white
Every who has been receiving homestead exemption and carnation a Mrs. Thomas is a graduate of
person corsage. Randolph Central High School ROC'N RIIYTIUIAIRES S I

those expecting to receive it for the first time, should, without Following was held the in wedding the Methodist, a reception Randolph N. Y. and has been a
secretary for the past two yearsat
fail, sign the application on or before April 1st of each year Fellowship Hall which was decO-j' the Sperry plant in GamesvIlle.! WITHWENDELL .
rated with bask ,
:Mr. Thomas is a graduate of Ala-,
with the Tax Assessor.The r
white gladioli and chrysanthemums -i. chua High School and is engaged .
and potted jade trees placedat
Homestead Law Provides that a person MUST be a Resident of the Countysix vantage points .throughout. I in farming at LaCrosse.

months prior and a Resident of the State twelve months prior to January 1st The 'ibride's table was beautiful : "The Boy Who Makes Elvis Blush"

of the year in which he claims the Homestead Exemption, AND no person is en- with an imported cutwork cloth Recent Birlhi

titled to the Exempt 'on when he votes in a County or Precinct other than the over white satin, The. threetieredwedding ;Mr. and Mrs. Monte Uuerwit of
.cake Was decorated with I
in which the is located.
one property Columbia, Mo. announce the arrival -
dainty white rosebuds and around I
of a daughter, Margery Ruth NeverSflIGQ
the base; was wreath of white "The Dancing Sweetheart"AND
Listed below are the classes of property for which the Taxpayer camellias and fern. A silver on Dec. 17Irs.. Guerwit is the
former Frances Colley, daughterof
candelabra held white
SHOULD file his return: Mrs. M. H. Colley of Starke.
tapers, and .extending from the

cake over to the edge of the table More Wonderful Entertainment R
REAL ESTATEYour was a garland of white camellias Mrs. J. T. Adkins, Bainbridge, Ga../

end fern. .iedat the corner with I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Slappey, STAVM3MCX

narrow satin ribbon, white pom- lanta, Ga., Mrs. Leon Miller At-I< .L.CORKOl( GEORGE
Land Plus IMPROVEMENTS. poms and silver bells. Silver com- I children Mr. and Mrs. Frank
1 1'flp
potes held decorated mints and Reyes and Mr. and Mrs. Alan DSOHORCHERANDERSPliw

Land of Jacksonville Mr. and '-.. ", "t-.............PIlot'" .
PERSONAL PROPERTYStocks nuts.The punch table was overlaid Mrs. Bob Odom, Mrs G, M. Beden- I h vo",-.A Unrfsat intemabcJ'JI Pidvie j
with a white cutwork cloth and taugh: of Tallahassee Rev. and
centered with a crystal punch Mrs. C. B. .Stallings of Raiford "Caston's Kade: Life" Car-

of Merchandise, bowl surrounded by fern and interspersed Mrs.- Nora Sapp. and Mr. and Mrs. toon.

with white camellias and M. O. Harrell of Brooker, Mr. and

Equipment and Furnishings, valley lillies. Mrs. James Young of Tampa and taJw SUN., MONTUES..

Machinery, Livestock, Boats & Motors, Mrs. Del Colley and Mrs. J. t;. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry ot vg; ) JAN. 4 1, 5, 6
Gainesville %
Hardy greeted guests as they arrived -- ,

Tractors, Farm Equipment, at the reception and presented )) Cd1i DeUIIIe *

Household Goods and Personal Effects (1st $1,000 valuation them to the receiving line com- "
posed of Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs, Mr. .'. A., YUL IRYNHER
) and Mrs. Barry the bride and -
I .1
groom. Miss Jackie Hobbs, and CU1REBLOOM


Mrs. James Lewis and Mrs. T.
4L'i T Z;
H. Slade Sr. cut the bride's cake, 1JiP ,

and Mrs. J. F. Crosby sister ot

includes: Bank Deposits, Cashier's and Certified checks, the groom kept the bride's book. i -

bills of exchange, drafts and money placed with savings, building I S.Assisting Brown,in Mrs.serving[Merrill were Airs.Strain G 1 ;1v3IaY tie coming No Year 6n6 CHARLTON-r AM..JMMTBCUNICOLOR HESTON-

and loan associations. Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr., Mrs A. N. r. % \ -
Mrs. Titus Mrs. ? jXa and Faun it iWI'1tId M Fri i.
Holliday, Olson you your families rttl .
I' All stocks, or shares of incorporated or unincorporated companies Nelson Green, Mrs. Elden Mathews hoatdii l61y1Sgi'Plus *

Mrs. Bill :McCracken Mrs. J.
all bonds except bonds of the United States Government I happmeu, lock and prosperity;!II II
K. Wainwright, :Mrs. S. E. :Simmons :: f I "Ostrifh Egg and I" Cartoon

and its and all and bills receivable Mrs. L. A. Davis and Misses
I agencies notes accounts mortgages I ? look
I Virginia Jean Darby, Judy Dankel, JRe to serving y'oul

on real and personal property situated outside of Floridaannuities .Betty Gaskins, Vivian Garcia -. I S / Plug WED.OsWrk. TIIURS.Eg? and ,I"FRI.Cartoon

Charlerie Dennis Brenda Lewis
etc. and Mrs. James Young. I i AV\

,After spending,&ome; time with 4 I II \ TARAWA BEACHHEAD)

All the above are Due On or Before April 1st of Each YearWe their guests, the bride ;and groom I ....Tarunau
left on a wedding trip and after
Jan. 4 they will be at home at / i!

encourage you to work with us on these forms, and to contact us on any 2029 N W 13th street, Gainesville.The : fp unum

problem that you may have. In the past years our county has grown and ex.nanried bride traveled in white wool L L jurat

,economically, all of this has increased the demands of all Tax supported sheath dress with black accessories i 1).I .. REInacni

agencies in the County. The only way we can meet these demands is by a Uni- wedding and wore a corsage from her r I
form System and close relations with you, the Property Owner. We respectfullyask Both Mr. and Mrs. Barry are e FROM EVERYONE .

your whole hearted cooperation. graduates .of Bradford High' BA PV tW I '

School class of 5S. At present he

GENE LONGTax 1S.a student at U. of F. ,Prior to +aarrri
Starke Builders Inc.
her marriage the bride was employed TheFlorida ,

by the State Industrial JAN. 7. 8, 9

Assessor Commission in Tallahassee. Theatre Starke, Florida Fhz "Two MtftkeerV Cartoon
Out-of-town guests at the wed
ding and reception were Mr.. and<



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--- -- - - - .- -J.I Miss Audrey Carlisle of Miami JrJncLltirs< J.air5.JH..AloseIey.I I.-Yr. ,and Mrs. Bryant Reddishof Red.SPIder.Makes ; sent, but docs not have a J Jailing Dr. Kiutert. lIe .Missrus: using

I spent the holiday weekend with I returned to their home in Mem- Lawtej, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. 1 triert.Dcmcton. : onc.lwif to cue pint ut 22 percent

her mother, Mrs. Ruth Carlisle.Mr. phis, Tenn. after a month's visit Harding, and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Early' Appearance is one of the "systemics" I Dcmelon to 50 galLtns of

f I PfM and Mrs. Lyle Andersonand with Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adamsin Pickering of Gainesville were In CloverFields that will penetrate plant tissues I water per acre.

I ( family of Charleston S. C.. Staike and Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Christmas day dinner guests of -- and in addition to killing I Iluggins said that damage to

I I arrived last Friday to spend the ]Moseley at the State Farm. Mr. and Mrs.-L. N. Pickering The red eider Itetranychina insects are''",y present, will have White Clover by the red spiderwas

> New Year holiday with Mrs. Alice Susan Widegren underwent a Mrs. Drew Reddish and sons hpicalisl pas appeared In fields some killing effect on insect eggs not serious until about two

O IN THE NEWS Anderson and .Mr. and Mrs. Bob-it tonsilectomy at Bradford County spent Tuesday and Wednesdaywith of whit,..-clover in the Bradford Iluggins said. years ago. Since the serious onslaught -

by; Turner. ;Hospital on Tuesday. I Mrs. W. H. Edwards in Jack-| Count "area a month earlier than The agent pointed out that the of the pest began the

_ ___ .A..4 _____,_ _ _4 Mr. ana Mrs. O. F. Sieraer. Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and sonville. I usual according to County Agent importance of spraying 30 days Experiment Station and Agricul-

,.were called to Chaarlestcn S. C. :family spent the Christmas holidays earlier than tural Extension Service have been
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Crews of G.-.T. Huggins. usual is that as a
and Forrest
Mr. Mrs. Comptonand Rev. aand Mrs. George Roberts, last I
Wednesday the with rela-
by death of i in Fitzgerald Ga. several
children of Scranton, Pa., en- I pastor of the Refuge Baptist Lackey Va., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Experimental spraying of a test result: it can be determined if the experimenting with spray
a brother-in-law
Robert W.. tives. Mrs. Vickers and children
route to Miami, were guests last i Church, Hendersonville, N. C., accompanied Hunter. They also attended the' remained in Folkston on Mondayand Gilbert and John Boring of Jack- plot on the farm of Llcyd Green i j pray has an effect on the young and dusting materials.

week of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley by William Marshall, sonville Beach, Mr and Mrs. was started last week by Dr. L. i growth just (coming up.
funeral of
an aunt Mrs. Ella Tuesday for longer visit. '
I brought holiday greetings to Mr. Sayein a Charlie Myers of Jacksonville, ,C. Kuitert. Experimental Station Out of several materials used J. W. Ritch spent the weekend
Jacksonville on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herlong of
and Mrs. J. T. Quigley from | and Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch of entomologist, through the cooper- I' on the red spider. Demeton seems i in Clover. S. C. visiting his mother. -
Billy Smith of New York City Mr. and Mrs. Buck Kincaid and Saluda, S. C. and Mrs. Mary Ed- '
Starke and families were buffet' ation of Agricultural Exten- the most promising according to : Mrs. W F. Ritch.
friends and neighbors at their
was the holiday guest of Mr. and daughter Miss Nancy Kincaid of wards of Jacksonville were week-
guests last Friday of Mr. sion Service University of Florida.A .
'i Mrs. L. F. Smith. Hendersonville N. C. home. Salisbury N. C. spent the Christmas enr guests of the Herlong and supper I II
and Mrs Clifton Brown. relatively new material, "De-
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maddin Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger holidays with his brother-in- Adams families.Mr. I *'rr
Mrs W. B. Mundy and daughter -h\ melon is being used on the spi -
of Ocala were Saturday night j yguests and daughters spent last week law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ru- and Mrs. L. D. Hardin have
Jean, and Mrs. J. B. Sapp I I der Huggins said. Up until now !
of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie with relatives in Delphos and dolph Sink. Mrs. Sink returned to rented the Silcox house at 538E. ''
I were visiting Mrs. F. 1Moore! the most commonly used poison '
Co 'man Greenville. Ohio. Salisbury with them Sunday fora Brownlee street. P1 Y 1 A
and Mrs. T. A. Steel in Gaines. \was the old reliable dusting sulphur -
' M.4-s. v Chapman spent Frir Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty week's visit. Peat Moss any: amount at Sis- ville on Monday.Mr. The county agent said that I 'r r )
spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Alice Anderson spent last trunks.Mr. : -
to Sunday in Madison withI kills tha.
sulphur spiders are
I i pre-
I while Mrs. M. F. Chitty in Lakeland. Tuesday to Sunday with Mr. and I and Mrs. W. B. Sewell and and Mrs. Elmer E. Lewis j I 1
Mrs. M. Bunting
I Ga. Mrs. Ed Hinson in Hollywood and daughter. Virginia, spent the and family spent the long week- :j i 1I I
1 Chapman! and family werev
Hr. and Mr. W. J. Johnston in Christmas holidays with their end in Homestead with Mr. and N W
itinu his' mother, Mrs. G. L. Azaleas, 39c each or Six for I i DA.K
Mrs. J. O. Parker and family. ]
,Chapman in Lake City.- $1.50 at Sistrunks. Miami. son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and 1

Misses Shi Ann Smith and Pat Mrs. Roger P. Guissinger, in Baton Mrs. W. B. Mundy and daughter. i;' STARKE FL-:.

Humphries are spending this week Rouge La. The Sewells had as Jean, and Mrs. J. B. Sapp are : l

with friends and relatives in Pel-I I Monday and Tuesday visitors spending New Year's Day with i I j I

f Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middleton Jacksonville. I DOUBLE FEATURE -
I It Mrs. W. Q. Dowling and Miss and Mrs. Jimmy W. Wells Mr J. G. Millican of Palatka II Woman Of The !

Drucilla Williams of Melbournewere were here for the holidays with and Mr. and Mrs Carl Dinkins of

r Christmas day guests of Dr. their mother, Mrs. Frank Laf fail, Bushnell were holiday weekend North CountryWith

.". s and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. and family guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mc- Rod Cameron

t h-- k Citrus and Fruit Trees at Sis- Mrs. W. R. Royster and familyof Kinney.Mr. AND

trunks. Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Affairs In Reno

Mrs. C. S. Fowler and son. and Mrs. Drew Reddish last Sat- Knight, who recently returned Starring: John Lund I
; I Chaarles of Jacksonville were urday. from Humboldt, Tenn. visited Plus Serial and Cartoon

. Monday visitors of Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Lee and sons relatives in Starke during the !
Mrs. spent last Friday in Orlando with
George Huggins and family. holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hartmann Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Parker and
vJ vBradford Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Morriss of Jan. 4.5.6 I
Sr of Jacksonville family.
Beach and
Washington, D. C. are guests this DOUBLE FEATURE t .

# I Eddie Hartmann. Jr. of Melrose I Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome I week of Mrs. C. A. Knight. Spending Return of WarbowWith ?= TO ALL!
> 1 v Park. 111. were holiday guests of: had as holiday guests, Mr. and the weekend with them will

.v Mr. and Mrs Al Hartmann. I Mrs. H. K. Stanford of New Smy- Phil Carey
Y I be Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell and
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hedsecock' rna Beach. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. ANDWitness
son J. Ev Powell, Jr. of Gaines-
and sons spent last week in High Stanford of Jacksonville, Mr. and ville. For TheProsecution

Point, Mrs. J. E. Sanders of Valdosta:
N. C. with relatives.
To each and every one Mr. and Mn Hollis V. Knight Charley E. Johns
Mrs. Bolick
i Mr. and Mrs. Bob Read spent Mary of Lewiston Agency

last week in Marion. N. C. with Idaho and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Jr. of Jacksonville Beach spent ALL STAR CAST

of you. May the coming fi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Williams and family of Folkston. Christmas with relatives in Gain- Plus Cartoon I GENERAL; INSURANCE '
esville and Starke.

months bring happiness Biddix.Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green had as Ga.Mr.. and Mrs. Joe Martinez Dave Long left Tuesday for St. W'ed.. Thur. Jan. 7. 8 I
Andrews School in Middleton,
Christmas day guests Mrs. George spent Christmas day with Mr. and -
Dela. He is his uncle and
tod prospcrrtjr to afl. Bishop, III, of Charlottsville, Va., Mrs. J. A. Martinez and familyin visiting
aunt, ]Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis -
and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Johns of Jacksonville.
With Cornell Wilde and Jean
i in Wilmington. Dela. while
Abstract Lake Butler, Mrs. Walter Alvarezof Mr. end Mrs. Garl Mathews en- Wallace

MAYOR I Jacksonville Mrs. A. Y. Harris had as Christmas day guests, Mr. route. AND
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Griffin and
I CompanyStarke of Gainesville Pat McGriff of and Mrs. Lowell Mathews and
'W. T. Jackson son Jeff, of Virginia Beach Va. Never Love a StrangerALL Happ1
Milwaukee, Wis.. Mr. and Mrs. G. son. Dennis and Mr. and Mrs.
f spent several last week with
And Family I J. McGriff, Sr., Mrs. Ara Moitt Dillon Whisler of Neptune Beach days STAR CAST
Mr and Mrs. C. S. Haddock.Mr. Plus Cartoon .
and Miss Sandra Jones of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Mathews of :
FloridaSeason. ..
and Mrs. Herb Thomas and 5f ; :.
Atlantic Beach and Mr_ and Mrs. ...
Starke, Florida Mrs. George Bishop III. who .. .
I daughter. Kathleen spent Christ- ", .....
Jack Dolar
and of Chesterton.
I! spent the past week with her par- mas week at their camp in the jar j, *_rJTlJHs! ""-? '-" jj i r'*: n ..
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green Ind. .. .
returned to her home in Charlot- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pizzo and Scrub. They had as weekend j .
guests James Hobbs and son,
tsville, Va. on Monday and was children of Tampa spent Satur- Richard.

accompanied by her brother Bill day to Monday with Mr. and Mrs.

Green, for the remainder of the Joe Martinez. I
holidays. Buddy Baker of Jacksonville is U.D.C. To Meet HEW
Camellias, Azaleas and other the guest of Jimmy Lawson this \
r The W. T. VV eek's chapter U.
plants at Sistrunks. week. II 1*. C. will meet Wednesday afternoon
Rev. and Mrs. R. E. MacBlain
Mrs. Ethel Pickren and Mr. and
Jan 7, at 3 o'clock at the
Mrs. Pickern of Gainesvillewere spent Thursday and Friday at
home of Mrs. Junius Smith. n,,&'L e
Christmas day guests of Mr. Apalachicola visiting their daughter eI

ith. Greetings and Mrs. Seeber Goodman.Mr. and family Mr. and Mrs. Is

and Mrs. Harry Mcoty and George Fortunas.Dr. '

: daughter Gerry Beth. spent and'Mrs R. S. Mullins and\ k _

Christmas day with their cousins family were in Ocala over the

the Milton St. Peter: family in weekend visiting their parents.Mr. .

Gainesville. and Mrs. L. T. IzIer, and Mr. I TO ALL i

., Sandra and Franklin Hunt of and Mrs. G. W. Tllullins.

e S Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. D. E. Knight and son, I OUR FRIENDSWE
Paul spent" last Friday in Jack-
Bernard Hunt and son Billy i
scnville. Paul returned his
Bonifay were holiday guests of WISH LUCK
home in Miami on Sunday. j
Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. I
Mrs.r Mrs. J. J. Griffin, Miss Annie "f,
Mr. and Harry C. Elrod. SUCCESSIN
Darby and Mrs. Carrie Ritch had AND
there be and Jr. and family spent the weekend! 1
.May peace as Christmas day guests Mrs. C.
in Orlando: with friends and rela-
C. Mendoza and Miss Gloria Johnsof THE YEAR
tives and with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. .
Jacksonville, and Dr. and Mrs.T. 1I o ..
Hinson former Starke residents.Mr. G. Ritch and children and 1.r TO COME.SHUFORD'S. In these festive days we wish to thank
good will men. aand Mrs. Paul Faulkner en- I
among Mrs. H. C. Brown of Starke.Mr. I
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lovell
and Mrs. J. R. Bullmgton 1
and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Stevensand all you good folks for your friendship
and daughter. Janelle. spent I
son last Saturday evening ata ..
Christmas day with relatives in +
I Christmas dinner- party.- Eureka. I ; Ii Service Station and patronage this past year.
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Paulette and Bennie Jordan or \ 1 I
Western Auto Associate StoreJ. Rev. ard Mrs. Alton Dobbs of I
Alma, Ga. were visiting their cou- .
Jacksonville were Christmas holiday -

F. JAUDON sin.ing little the holidays.Paul Faulkner, II, dur- Starling.guests of Mr. and Mrs. James I 1. Starke, Florida Denmark Furniture Co. oi StarkeWUfWTYoa

Peaches and Persimmon trees. .
Starke, Florida Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Teuton of
at Sistrunks.
Tampa were Saturday visitors of -
Jack Dowling of Miami is v I
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bullington. I t
spending the holidays with his t
Mrs. Titus Olson is visiting her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. 'j I
itother Mrs. George Lilley in'

Dowling. Sr. Olmsted. Ill. for several weeks. I I r a .f .
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Currie and -
A daughter of Lake City were Saturday Mrs. Merrill Struth and family!I 1 I i .1 Do With I the

were visiting relatives in Deland] I .
evening supper guests of I -7.
I -' .
the first of the week. j
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long. Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Snow of I F. Register & Son
11 Ii
Mr. and'Mrs.. J. M. High of I NEW YEAR
!Dublin. Ga. left Tuesday for Miami -
Jacksonville spent the holidays Starke, FloridaV'3
sr w after spending a week with I I ..
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. t I ,i
; Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining. I

.1 7 .J.Mr..Edwards and Mrs.. R. p. Dansby and -I II II II

son. Micky, were in Ozark, Ala. I

,y. from Tuesday to Sunday visitingMr. I

and Mrs.
Marvin Andrews.W. .
F. Gooding of Charleston.

S. C. spent the weekend with Mr. t 4'l
; ...fo express: our
and Mrs. H. K. Davis. IM

J I Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt spent I

:;; rncertst wishes to all our Christmas week with! their son- I

m-law and daughter, Mr. and I

l patrons for the most joyous of Mrs. V. W. Strickland and familyin i" '" '.

DesMomcs. Ia. *W I I -. .

I New Years! M.y we continue to Mr. ana Mrs. David Chandlerand .:
family of Jacksonville were / :
I Monday visitors of ,Mr. and Mrs. ,,. ; .-.
throughout the monthsHart
t, you R. V. Chapman. t : ,'>>. .
s. .
Mr. and : T. F. Hutto and ; ;; .
Mrs. ; .
1 to ,'p -.. .*..... -:.. \....:
fr miIy. nd Mr. and Mrs. Brad .

Locke and family of Jacksonville. ; o/ 0 It should be a good period for saving. Prepare -
and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parkerof .4

J'S Cocoa spent Christmas with to make 1957 your best .year for financial

Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family.
advancement. Open your Savings Account now in
r Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. attended

/ the funeral of an aunt. Mrs.Ellen this convenient bank.FLORIDA.

.;A Pettigrew, in Macclenny Wednes- --.
t day afternoon.W. .

T. Jackson and sons Bill. WE WISH OUR' MANY ,FRIENDS

.. Tom and Marc, spent Friday to
4 ? ;
a : Tuesday at the Central Truck Bank

Line lodge at Homosassa Springs.Mr. GOOD HEALTH, PEACE AND PROSPERITY

and Mrs. Frank Weaver of I
at Starke
Williston were visiting Mrs. W. T.
One of 28 Banks in the Florida
Jackson and family over the Starke Taxi; ServiceRADIO
Furniture ,Company weekend.Mr. National Group

and Mrs. F. W. Stricklandand DISPATCH 24 HOUR SERVICE !.

Starke, Florida family spent last Thursdayand Phones: WO 4-6101 or WO 4.1111

and Airs. H. W. Mayer in Jack- Starke, Florida .1 _

sonville. ; _



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New Year To Couples retiring in the future will earning the full $4.800 must pay .. .... I
BringBoost I ... ,
W .. .J1. .. .' -c. ,. > .......,., ," : -
be able to draw up to $190 a $120 a year starting Jan. 1 instead t/ ant ';; *"' If. -. ..a... .:. ..." '
In Rate : month. For families with a large j of the old amount of $94.50.4 '- ,w' .' if'I:..: / I"T\.'

I number cf dependents, the max- ;: This works out to around $2 a : -, '--_ '-.-.- .-;' -, 'f. .w....., ,--;...
SecurityThe ,
f '- .iItl.' ..., ... ."i...
# -
imum benefit check! goes up from month. To
HelpA : ..
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': i' '
New Year will bring a pay- $200 to $254 a month. I The self-emplcyed worker, instead r t ';,,<">._..,:- ; '&l:.;. >. '- :'

roll tax boost of about $2 per The cost of the increased benefits of paying 3 3-8 per cent -- .... "' ..., [ '. ."I' ....
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mcnth for most of the 75 million :, will! be borne by active work-i| on the first $4200 of his earnings. Worthy \ \-to- '<" < .r 11.. '..- .r'"'! '-
fl" J
Corking Americans covered by social ers and employers, who are rei i[ will pay 3 3-4 per cent on the I ; ... p: SMELTERLicensed

security.For i cuired to match their employes' first $4,800The I II I .! .'-J 't; ., L.U. .

the 12 million persons now tax contribution. II |I revision c: the law also I I|I Cause? '. 'f '.._ -.... by r
I '
on retirement rolls, 1959 will bringa j I For both-employer and em- :: makes it easier to qualify\for ,:, -.' S. Treasury Dept.

seven per cent increase in old : ploye-the social security tax rate I government old age benefits and

age pension checks. will go up from 2to2'2\ per cent : to earn additional income. \ Here's w L Special notice to all Churches
r I
Under the new law, passed by of wages paid, and the amount of "1 1I :
in makIng
the last Congress, the maximum annual earnings on which the tax MAYORS COURT r t _! t.- Lodges Clubs! Interested' -

pension for a retired man and i ii levied will increase from $4,200 I kOneMade I fi. a money for their' treasuries; also '

his wife, both past 65,. will rise I I I to $4,800 a year. Santa Claus may have had his ?I ; : s'', dentist offices jewelry stores +. ",

from $162.80 to $174 a month. This will mean that employes I seasonal influence on the driving I '\ << optometrists or private Individuals t

\ public, for Mayor's Court had only I L: ; ..' interested in disposing of any- ,'

I live cases on the docket Dec. 22. : ,, of such
: thing in the' line Jewelry
Of the five only cne appeared,
i, \ .
t a. bridge work, ring mountings
'I three forfeited bond by not ap- .
I To OrderV S watches anything in gold, silver or
peading and one case was post-1 oooaaa.III! s
Also told coins or antique -
f Doned. r platinum.
1 :
\. c:;.: '.
I/I//I & The plea of Clarence Coving- V jewelry.DROP .

0 I I ton, chaiged with failure to have i James CaiKand his circuit TIlE HAPPY ,CAILS-4iappy in their unique missionary work

r vehicle under control, causing an riding great grandfather, and happy in their family life, are shown here enjoying a recent I

accident was nolo ccntendre. He the late Rev L. W. Kickliter. vacation at Kingvley Lake with their four children I A CARD TO P. O. BOX 175, STARKE, FLORIDA

was found guilty and fined $100 could meet on this earth, they

with sentence suspended. would have much to talk about. tion at the Kickliter place on Consequently, most of the meat I will call at your home. All buys confidential.
0 I
On a charge of driving on the Both men early in life heard the Kingsley Lake the Cails are now eaten by missionaries is canned.

; wrong side of the road while I call to carry the word of Jesus fat .the home of his parents, 3612 :i i Many of the natives are Mos-

drinking: Samuel Reid Oliver for Christ to the people, but while Pickwick Lane. Charlotte. S. C. lems and some believe in spirits

feited bond of $37. Leonard Grif- Rev. Kickliter rode his circuit on where they will await the arrivalof that inhabit animals or natural

fis and Clarence Jones forfeited horseback, in the days when a new member of the family. ctj;. -:ts. These spirits are appealedI

I bond cf $27 each by not appear- I. Florida was young, "Jimmy" Call As soon as possible after this I i 1 to or appeased through the village Sell It! Rent It Trade It I

i ing to defend charges of public I makes his rounds on a motorcycle, event, they will leave by freighter : medicine man with gifts. One

intoxication.A I visiting the primitive Bariba tribesof [their usual mode of transport- strange belief among seme of the

charge of stealing against French West Africa. ation for their beloved work in :, natives is that a child who has a

I Linwood Cuffee was postponed I'' Now a youthful 32, Jimmy Cail Africa. I first tooth come through at the

until later notice. first became interested in mission The Sudan Interior Mission, under -i age of six eight, or 11 months will %WITH! A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

I I work when, at 21, he read a which the Cails carry on their I grow up and kill his parents so

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Bible commentary explaining the work is an interdenominational I they give the child away or kill it. I

LawteyA. teachings of the disciple Paul. Hedidn't organization whose aim is 'o bring ;The Coils have had such children
Uerrttoei (9tlalsa. Cft. _
0o I' 20 WORDS OR LESS One re) .Tl
L E. Massey, Pastor actually enter the work knowledge of the life of Christ to i brought to them. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 2. __ --_ 4* Per W.rao .

Bible school, 10 a. m. however, until after he'd spent the tribes of interior Africf.. All i An interesting fact about the .% DISCOUNT! ov REPEAT INSERTIONS AHC: AD

Preaching, 11 a, m. several years in the Merchant instruction must be in French, or : Cails and their work is that they 25c: ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID I* ADVANCE.'

o ooJ I Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Marine and attended the M. M. the native: language, so the Cails I are responsible for raising their
DISPLAY .. 11.%$ Per lark FIrst UttrtUa
Bible Study and Prayer :Meet- Academy at Kings Point, N. Y. spent a year of preparation in i own financial support. This comes CLASSIFIED
I ing, 7:30 p m., Wednesday. After deciding definitely on his France before going to their pre- largely from monthly pledges

i Radio program 8 to 8:30: a. life's work, he attended and grad- sent post about four years ago. /made by individuals and groupsI CARDS OF THANK (V. T. M Wards) ---- 11M

MP n. each Sunday over station uated from Columbia Bible Col- The climate is described by Mrs. I interested in their program. It OVER W WORDS ___uun.U___ 4 0.ta frT "'.r'

WRGR Starke. lege, Columbia, S. C. Cail as "hot -and dry" from SeP- i i pcosts:: $1,400 a year to support an MEMORIALS AND RESQLtTIONS ________ _____h 4 O.te Vft Wr 6

When "at home" in the mission tember through May, and "hot I adult missionary in this part of Excellent WANTED
FOR SALE-Frigidaire rang Carpenter and roof
I KINGSLEY LAKE field, the Cails live near Nikki, a and wet" from April to October. Africa, and about $250 for each I condition U. X. Pickering, I work. Dirk EnRllsh, 317 N Proad-
MISSIONARY BAPTIST During the dry season, little child under six. Supplementary 250: Westmoreland St. I'bonf'0 way St t', Starke (Phone WO 9-13)1
small town in Dohamey, French 4-4351 lip __ lip
Sunday School 0:45 a.m. Morning -
planting is possible and it is then I gifts are needed also for equipment -
\ T7rrshlp 11 a.m. Evening West Africa. The only other white that the native workers come to : such as the motorcycle, a FOR KENT-Three bedroom unfurnished FOR SALE.One slightly used Dear-

I 'service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting inhabitants are'.t.. e government the compound to learn of the car to transport the family, and house. Newly decorated. borne gas heater !;;,IIf/O BTU R.

TERWILLEGAR MOTORS i each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone official and his fife, and a Cath- Bible so that they may go back :,a power plant! for the compound. Close In. Phone WO 4-4791. 2tp 1-8. 'i Miller, lit J. Box :lit Starke.lip Fla.1.1

welcome.-Key. H. H. ]Mott olic priest. The four Cail children, and teach in their villages. I Because of their close connect- FOR SALE Kaled tlay. Red Clover i'I
pastor. Carolyn. 5,. James Jr., 4, Grant 2, Costal IVrmnda. By hale or ton. Also WANTED-April 17, IS58 and June /
Jimmy uses a motorcycle to ions in Starke and their frequent rf'gh'tl'rf'dngu" Hull and h..ifi i a. 195 ,apnea! of Bradford County
Your Authorized Ford Dealer and Leslie, 1 live in the compoundwith I I
reach the villages where he i(Visits here the Calls have inter- ers. J. P. White, Raiford Hoad. Telegraph. Need several for our
their parents. Mrs. Cail Is Zip 18FOSTOX files. Will pay 25 cents each for
FORD SALES AND SERVICE : WANTED Clean Cotton Rags, the former Marilyn Shaver of preaches and teaches reading i ested several local groups in their first four brought: in. Sip 1-8

I No Pants, No Shirts, Must Be writing, and the Bible. Most of work ana some of these are con- TEnniER Puppy for Sale.
Toronto, Canada, and also gradu- Female $:n. Phone WO 4-X6SI FOR RENT-Kingxley Lake modern
Starke, Florida the roads are little more than tributing regularly to their pro-
Clean Bradford County Tele- ated from Columbia Bible College. ItchR two bedroom cottage and circulating
i trails. For supplies the Calls must gram. For all such interest shown beater. Key next door at Mm.CaddelL .
graph. After spending a pleasant vaca- WANTED Experienced Waitress Mr*. H. C. Hence, 2223 St.
go to Ibandan a city of more this happy family is most grate- Apply B & O Restaurant. Phone WO John. Jacksonville. Fla. tchg 1-IS
than 400,000, largest Negro city in !Iful. Practically anything in the 4M1l! Itrhg

the world. This requires a' trip of way of money and supplies can be HOME AXD SMALL WAGES for SELLING the entire- Lingerie family., also Hosiery Hosieryfor replacement -

250 miles, but fuel can be. purchased -i: used to advantage, and anyone sober middle aged woman to help guarantee given with 2 i

Sensational New Year Offer! about 70 miles from, the i wishing to have a part in this with children.- Phone KT 2-3361.itchg:! or hosiery.more pairs For of free hosiery.'''debit Also;nat rat white ion. 1

satisfying work do by
compound.The .I may so phone WO '.2 33. Zip 1-15
FOR REST-t'nfnrnll'hPd 2 bedroomnous
interior African natives are addressing James Call Sudan Interior
*. 525 W. Pratt St. Contact
WANTED-Dopendakle house hold
receptive and friendly according: Mission, 164 West 74th St. Mrs. R. E. Mundorf' at Colonial help. Leave name and address- at
to ReV. Call At one time they 1 New York 23, N. Y. Flnrl' tfchg TlraoUnr" (mnnt Telegraph tfrha

sr a ,,.. were bandits, and still have a i i FOK SALE-One play penExcel- FOR RENT 4 room, furnished.
holiday called "Ganni" when formerly -i( BOOSTER CLUB MEETING lent condition." $14.110. Contact Mrs. hAHo.. an< g Water S t. lifhg
Gilbert Reed. Community
i they would share their loot I I j SET FOR JANUARY 8 Phone WO 491." lip i I FI'RXISHBD APARTMENT FOR

with the tribal chief. Now, how- RF.XT-$5t per mo. Rear of store
child i A called meeting of the Brad- TYPEWRITER AND
at 321 Temple Ave. Apply :McCar
I ever, it is just a holiday, and the
Give your ; ford Booster Club will be held in ADDING MACHINE thy' Garage 6 miles out Ralford
natives are for the most part far- .
I Rood. P. O. Ry>x :U% tfrhg
the music building at BHS on BARGAINS
mers, peaceful and law-abiding.
eft ? i Thursday night, Jan.. 8, at 8 FOR SALE.-Barely used like new
Jimmy has fear for himself
no or TRAVELRITER Heaters, Harwich" cooking
o'clock, President Art
the priceless his family, often leaving them Holliday (RI'P'd; Like Xew) stoves inner spring mattresses coil land
alone while he is in the bush. announced yesterday. Plans for Re*. .:.&3 Senior fer 76.98 boy springs mirrors, pillows,
| the annual football banquet on fine all wool rugs, antiqae -mahogany -
grades In spite of popular belief wild SlDTIICORON.ELECTRIC dr. drop leaf table. Sacrifice.
Jan 17 will be made this
better at time. prices. Phone LE 3-24(1. LeClerr,
of animals in this area are not a PORTABLE
r Rt. 1. Pox 31. Kmgsley Kake. tfchg
source of danger. Rev. Can says, Rf'<<. 215.B3 18<% DUeovat

school since monkeys, baboons antelope, W. C. T. U.WISDQM If Mild hefare fhrlnlnaii FOR SALE Pure bred lone hair '

in L L t Ip and horse-deer are about the FROM THE WORD .lt.-CoF9.i 'MD A..,.% Chihuahua puppies. Inoculated,
houxe broken and trained. Mother-
e N +. t only ones ever seen. They do havea Machine (office drMOBntrator)
-II M I FOR TIlE NEW YEAR: Father A.K.C. registered. Sired by
R 9A"St'lIla for H2.u
jj movie to prove that a Green I LUKE 21:3.1. << rutulII. Sacrifice price Phone LB
I 3-24 l. J.A'.rt"" Rt I. Box 381.
Mamba once visited the compound BRADFORD COUNTY K'nlr"'v' Take tfrhg
but they feel the worst In ('.....ty JadceV. t'amrt IB .tad For TELEGRAPII
It md ford ( ....t r. Florida. I
menace, by far, is malaria. It is
'mmSILENTSUPER necessary to take anti-malarial A. GAINKY deceased.MITIO HOI'. Kfi
drugs regularly and to leave
area every few :years. This partof I .\ .ITHI.X : ODORLESS >TIGAPPLUNCK- WiRiG AND:
Africa was once known as "the ,. TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: REPAIRS
Notre i.< hereby given that I 15.9 Per Gal 8aUd.nloa Gmutumtrti.
white man's grave. have filed my final returns ax ads Phoae Gene BalUrk, LE 3.2382ltrha
Most of the family's food is I ministratrlx of the estate of B. A. AT YOUR IMPERIAL
I Cainev. deceased, that I hare filed
purchased in cans, although they I my petition for final discharge and I FILL DIKT AND TRACTOR WORK
Portable writerSMITHCORONA that I will apply to the Honorable SERVICE STATION : W L. Thigpen, Jr Phone WO 4-1351
Type do eat the native yams and I Theron A. Yawn. County Judge of Hiway 301 North Starke I 932 Butler Road Starke, Fla.
squash with supplements such as I Bradford County, Florida, at 19:00: I lOtp IJSt
A.M. on Monday. January 26. 19 55 ,
tomatoes from their own garden, for approval of the same and for '! NOW. The ultimate In prestige. 689
s r when weather conditions permit final diwharg-e as administratrix of I, ENGRAVED business cards, JIMS
While sheep cattle the estate" of E. A. Gainey. deceased.!! (prlc Includes plate). Never before,
..- growing: them. I Dated this December 29th. 195S at engraving at this low price.Rradrnrd
p.l TAgtE. A Brest Buy at Just and goats are raised by the I I Starke.. Bradford County. Florida. FISH SHRIMP I : Connty Telegraph tf
natives, a law made it illegal to I BI| BETTY GAIXKY.
Administratrix: of the Eetate
slaughter a cow under the age of I of E. A. roa inf'). d tNAN. \ $ -50 11 years, and a bull under five. I 1.1 4t 122Tlie I doors fur $I.eo each. First com
$134. Dressed If Desired i first nerve. Barbecue grates 14 z
34 13.00. All kinds of aced building
Pius Tax Prevatt Fish Market 1 suppiieK. Reasonable. Doors Win-
I down, Plumbing supplies and fixture
,. $23.95 Touch-Typing 617 E. Brownlee St. ; *. fsd tin scrap iron. Odd lots

Recording Album Free tiring Scriplims-. by jack a1Nm Ph. WO 9-1091 f.f lumber cheap.- Call Woodland
t "-fAil'. W T. Jackson Tranf r. ask
Best View Of The New Year for Mr. Ghames. Located behind
: ..
t end gel the 923.95 Gift Hig Pad Mfg. Co. tfchg
FREE, too! You'll love the SILENT
V SUPER with its machine featurei. FREE-Double cylinder hook 09
i l i for '
cost of gas ONLY.= Blade Gas Co.
f .,.,-- ', 88 character keyboard, OR WOMAN tfrbg.FOR .

a, ley-set tabulator, page gag
US for bottom magins, choice of 5 1l1I i SALE-Good Bermuda and
1 0 1 Ground Floor Opportunity, New
j colors. AN AMAZING valuel ; 'I Bahia Crass Hay-V. R, Ferguson,
% -r
Merchandising Plan sweeping the'
watI ;1 1C Lawtey. up 1-ls
10-DAY 1 et : S '< 1 1 country (IS states. InI months).I
pill T/P/ :; Earn a* much as you want, governed RAWLEIGH BUSINESS now openin 1

TOUCH TYPING 1 i t The Whole Family Can 1 by your Investment and N. Alachua Co. Excellent op-

S : personal time devoted Beginning portunity.. See Frank W. Massey.

CP RSIfM tsircs) .. __ LISTEN and LEARN Touch Typing. / minimum, $550.00. Written moo- P. O.; Box 74, Anthony at once or

-.1 ey-bark' << guarantee. We secure accounts write Kawleigh's, 1>ept. KAL270189. -

with this Educator Approved Coarse! 1 for yoo. Reference ex- !'. Memphis, Tenn. 3tp 1-8

changed. Write qualifications to .
.:M Say goodbye lo pack end font"" typwgl leu Ihon en be:"/ a day for 1 FOR PENT-3 bedroom boose.Quiet .
Field Staff Director Don
== = just 10 days, and YOU con b. a touch typarf eane belts grade Bridges I ,. desirable neighborhood. N.
for slwdents O -making lUI for men and women tear to 1515 James St., Jacksonville 5, Cherry SL Phone WO f-2942. Floyd

:-'- type lie correct way this eoqr way win. i recordings) \ 4 Fla. I Green tfchgI
4 4tp 1-15:
I FOR RENT-Furnished! new two
\ .g1 bedroom boae. Attractively decorated -
modern. all electric kltcheit,
FOK SALJS-Pent* process treate. toe drain knotty pine cabinets. A-

::; TAKE UP TO 2 YEARS TO FAY 4 f Green fence posts.* ttakken 4 miles Fort Mortn Co. on!font>uL dults.hon !}''It.oran Jr.. E. P.WO Renner.4-S744.C33 tfchc MeM -


WE HAVE a new loan tot
:. farmers. Loans ot 1 to S yean bedroom furnished
C1 for the entire credit require apartnunt circulating heater, on
meats of the farmer mod his fam KlngMey Lake. Available Jan. 1 to
BRADFORD COUNTYTELEGRAPH ily. Gainesville Production Credit! June I. Call Carll(1bu.. WO 4-4211.

:..... Association, CO Harta Main Uell.r
1d Gainesville, Fla Uch-
'. Scitfc-Conu SkirteWe Satft-Caratt Dedric ParbUt FOR RENT-1 nrnlabd nut floor

; E L E tKnaok prlCaSIOII...I""ti- 74.50 work efloracn.por1I clldor.Ie. .. Phis Tax ...i:. ; ., '.- a.u..ae SHEPHERD'S! Clargea' RADIO- gwaalaM A TV : man. 221 W.,, Jla4aoa >81.W tieDe If.0011

Plus TnCoIIIpIctIIJ 197.50Free ::c' '4 Yi11ti11R FA Ti4 BE IT ((1NT, K.1J:".7NC.veT wr419) !.... Green Owner"
> A M ... CARPENTER.Contractlnr Ie sketch.
U' W. CaD IOC. Ph WO44M1Slarke
i..l'; drawn.
Album Included &j i& FU. f1I to your laU.factlon. If
r.r ..... Johnson F1. Rt. .1, Bor ni-A. Starke:
-q'' J GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding In- '''''' Sponsored by members of the Madison Street.Baptist Church, TiuUon with double envelopes 19V FOR RE.'VT-Z

'.- -- i Inapt for 121.1$.. Bradford Cour' Tel.U-J heaters.'Ada7tar" nicely.966. far: apte...>I f

lac-. PDon. 'WO"9.1545m. trek.








I-who live on Lake Weir. I and Louise Shewfelt gave a reci-

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Mr. and Mrs. Frank Corner of : tation.

Baltimore, Md., were Christmas' A Peggy Rothhammer. Janis, Wo- PAUL'S SUNDRIES _

By Mary K. Schaffer II I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Melrose tiey, Wanda Adams and Sharon
I Smith, arriving Christmas Eve Nobles

winner of the Hobby Horse! End? leaving for home on New said Friends Meet]
Harold Leslie Ridaught Jr j I I I lucky Santa
Year's Day. Mrs. Corner and Mrs.
that given at Gena'sGift
was away
Weds Alice Claire Bergstrom j RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES
Miss Alice Claire Bergstrom, i!'! Shcp last week. That should I Smith are sisters. and -

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ture make young John and Mike very Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Harris

Bergstrom of Kearney;N. J., and happy. {Miami, were guests of their .

St. Petersburg. Fla., became the:*..! :Mrs. Adams Wins AfghanOn !I son and family. Mr. andlr5.. mon, 'I. DEPARTMENT STORE

bride of A 1-C Harold Leslie Rid- Saturday. Dec. 20, the Altar j I Frank Harris, Jr. and three boys. each '
: Children's & Shoes
eught, Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Society of St. William's Church I They came to town Dec. 19, and .

Leslie Ridaught of Keystone gave away a lovely woolen cro- plan to return home January 5. pieces WEAR A SPECIALTY -

Heights, at 4 p. m. December 6. '''cheted' afghan which was made I! James F. Donnelly of Fairfield, ,
in Pasadena Baptist Church St. and ";.stated by Mrs. Gladyce Conn. armed Dec. 21 to spend I star.In hts Lucile Foster Owner

Petersburg. The double-ring Bachmann. Mrs. Gordon Adamswas Christmas with his son and Wi

candlelight service was performedby the lucky winner. oaughter-in-Iaw Mr. and Mrs. Carr

the Rev. Roland G. Barring- '. CHURCH: NEWS Jtmes F. Donnelly Jr.. and children the

Community Church News 1, Mary and Jimmy. He left I son. I 4'x8'x3-4" Sheetrock
ton.For Santa Claus ( .
IBunyon Kelly.Jr.l kovsky's "Ntucracker Suite"
her wedding the bride. The Community Church Women for home on Saturday evening. pre the
chose a terrace-length gown of will hold their first meetingcf I Dec. 27.Miss ) hinds the mayor's daughter i sented by the Melrose High students 1.55 Sheet

Chantilly lace with dome silhouette the new year on Tuesday, January Anna McCullough spent Joyce (Joyce JOhnsonl 1 a nut at a PTA meeting held Three Lumber Hardware Paint
cracker, which later comes to life cently. This scene was a -
skirt. Her shoulderlengthveil 6, in the Educational Christmas day with the George I re-I' Ford
in Joyce'" dream. in Tchai- being held at the Mayor's Cement Concrete Blocks
of silk illusion was attachedto ing starting at 7:30: p. BUild-I'I Schaeffers. She is Mrs. Schaef- 1

crescent of bridal flowers, and I' speaker of the evening fer's aunt.A m..nrMELROSE .family visited Mrs. Cross' parents men. Precast U Lir.tela
she carried a white Bible topped'with Mrs. Kenneth G. Rogers the wife All Lengths
Leslie Their
1-C Harold Ridaught, in Oak. niece. Miss
feathered carnations and i i'. of the minister of the First Methodist Jr. and his new bride the former Mary Lou Owens returned with hem Lighting Fixtures

bridal flowers. :: Church in Gainesville. Her Alice Claire Bergstrom spent them for a visit. i ROY W. TYRE -

Miss Mary Ann Phelps maidof subject will be The Conservation Christmas Day with Leslie's par- We are sorry to hear that Mrs. and
honor, turquoise taffeta of Youth.:' Mrs. By Joyce RothhammerIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
wore noted
a Rogers is
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ridaught Margaret Huffman has broken her SUPPLY HOUSE
dress. ,,,I for her fine work with teen-agers.
and their daughters. The newlyweds was
The best man was S-Sgt. David ,,, Youth Fellowship will hold a I arm.Miss
from St. Margaret Janes the while
came Petersburg spent
McGill. Ushers A 2-C David 'meetim in The Robinson family held their Keystone Heights, Fla.
were the Educational Build-
where Leslie is in the air force at holidays with her mother, Mrs.
I. Carr and S-Sgt. John Ericson.In Christmas dinner and family reunion -
ing on Friday evening, January 2, Florence Janes. Other
MacDill Field. spending guests were It
Sunday in the lovely homeof
charge of the bride's book at 7:30:
with the Rid- Mrs. Janes brother-in-law and
Christmas Day and
was Miss Betty Combee. i Episcopal Church News Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Johnson in -
cughts were Mrs. Ridaught's sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Stevens High Year.'h
The bride is employed as X- GaineMrille. Attending from Mel-
an The young people of St. Anne's mother, Mrs. N. M. Rountree. of and a friend of theirs. Mrs. Mild- bad, GAS COMPANY
Ray technician by Dr. L. Wayne : rose were Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
j Episcopal Church gave a lovely led U.of .
I Jacksonville, and 'Mr. Ridaught'spaen.5. Gay Ft. Myers and _
I Robinson Mrs. O. T.Robinson. ,
Johnson of i
St. Petersburg.
|, Christmas Pageant on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Mc- Mrs. E. W. Steinert. Mr. and Mrs.I I Miss Dottie Eaton of Sarasota.Mrs. have 24-HOUR SERVICE
The is
bridegroom serving
Dec. 21, at 4:30: p. m. Taking the QuaigA Bess,Lynn and sister Miss
Andrew Dunk and Mr. and Mrs.R. days .
the U. S. Air Force stationed at
MacDill Air Force Base. II part of Mary was Dianne Brokas; 1-C H. Leslie Ridaught. Jr. G. Lcgsdon and baby daughter Cora LyOn.. had as Christmas Kite Phone
Joseph. Pat LaMee: the three dinner guests their brother and SAF-GAS
Open House at Harris Home I has orders to report to McGuire Terrie Jean. bg 2582
wise men Stephen Brokas, Ernie sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs R. F.
j A. F. B. in New Jersey on Jan. 4.
and Frank Harris held
Mr. : Mrs. Parker and Frank Nocney. Dee Enjoying Christmas Day with
Lyon cf
for Atlanta Ga., and another
to shipping out
preparatory you're
open house at their home on Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer -
Dee Hardenbergh, Frances Rea- overseas duty for 18 months. His brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and HEATING WATER HEATING
Lakeview Drive on Saturday even- Susan Davis and family were Mrs. Rothhammer's -
\'es, and Lane Jack- St. Mrs. Richard Lyon Jr. and daugh-
wife will remain in will )
ing, Dec. 27 about new Mr.
entertaining parents, and Mrs.
son were angels. The remainderof
ters, Susie aand Sandra, of Jack-
of North
Petersburg during his tour ter of House> Treating Equipment In
60 of their friends. the smaller children took the Clyde Wesley; sisters Nina. Nancy -
The house decorated duty, where she will live with her Ella Jane sonville. that
was beautifully and her aunts
; Mrs.
parts of shepherds and angels. i Add Heat This Winter See U. Flnt
in the Christmas motif. The held in the parents and continue to work as James Brown and Mrs. Nancy I Mr. and Mrs. M. H. McElveen Lever Plan l to -
pageant was
an X-Ray technician for Dr. L. spent the holidays with their I
and the refreshment table"a.1: church. ; cousin, Mrs. Alice Vown -
laden with tempting and delicious Mrs. Essie Lowry and Mrs. Ray Wayne Johnson. and son. Butch; another sister, daughters and son-in-law. Miss I was
Mrs. Ella C. Bird spent Christ- Ellen McElveen, and Mr. and
food and punch. Renfro spent a recent weekend in Mrs. Eugene Easterling and chil-! SPECIALS
Mrs. FRONT --
Mrs. Valldejuli Wins Panama City where Mrs. Lowery mas week in Lakeland with her dien. Terry and Kathy.Mr. Sapp and family. year
son and family. Dr. and Mrs. D. They were accompanied back to the
Hobby Horse For Sons visited .friends, and Mrs. Renfro and Mrs. R. M. Cason last
North Carolina Good Investment
Miss Ellen Lake A
Mrs. Valldejuli thein Paul Bird and children. She drove by Mc- -
was visited her husband. Major Ray week visited their son and daugh-
down with het daughter-in-law Elveen for a week's visit.
Renfro, at Eglin Field. who also brought her back to ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. RalphJ. lethodists Presents goals, LOTS AT $1250
We Car-on and family of Silver
were not surprised to hear iiinual l
that Gary Chance son of Mr. Keystone Heights. ; While Mrs. Lake for a familv reunion.Mr. Methodist'Church Christmas ProgramThe easily reached require little clearing and
Bird Sr. was in .Lakelandshe received presented
a end Ray Chance: is on the honor and Mrs. G. T.
a Christmas long distance Torley had I :its annual Christmas program last for be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY 1958"
oil at Emory at Oxford, where he cs holiday guests their son-in-:
phone call from",another, son Dr. Sunday night, with the welcome day
attends schools this year. George Bird, of Syracuse, N. Y. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.A. .i poem> given by Glenda Nobles.

Sorry to hear that Mrs. Charles Mr. and Mrs. T.H.. Dunn spent W. Turkey and family of Mac- Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon sang. old M KAY REALTOR
Wallenius was laid up with a cold Christmas week 'With. ,,1r. -r81"1 Dill Air Force Baserin Tampa, and: Happy,.B rthday Jesus" whileS
rill over the weekend, after working; Mrs. Dick.Sundertandand: chil another son-in:law-and'daughter,I ara Baldwin held a birthday it

v very hard painting chairs for the dren. The Dunns are from Wil- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Preston and I cake with .20 candles.. Other selections I Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209
Woman's Club Library.Mr. family.of Flagler Beach. I
ir.ineton. Del. and they are Mrs. were sung by the Junior a
and Mrs. Francis Egan were Sunderland's-parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mann and Choir and the Beginners Class, New

,. Christmas Eve. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. :James Glenn of son, J.V... spent Christmas Day .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haberstroh with their son-in-law and daughter I
,.- TO YOU, \ arid Miss Marcia Haberstroh.Mr. Delray the Beach weekend spent with Christmasand their Mr. and Mrs. William Seward

OUR and Mrs. J. H. Grander daughter and.son-in-law, Mr. and Jr.Mr. -
spent Christmas with the Bill I Mrs. Bill Beam, and the four and Mrs., John Tyler had
FRIENDS Scales family. The Grangers are as Christmas guests .their,son-in- '
.Beam children.
Mrs. Scales' parents from Waldo.I of law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cotton
On Christmas evening the Scales I,Charleston. W. Va, spent Christ- Jake Pons and family of Gaines- w PARK of the PALMS
and their guests all went to mas with Mr. and Mrs. Sam ville, and their son and daughter- -

Waldo to the home of Mrs. Dale Gardner and their three children.The in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Tyler
Drew who is Mr. Scales' sister Gard- and children Beverly and AlvinJr.
Cottons who are Mrs.
for a family celebration as is Tuesday .. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Alderman,
ner's parents, arrived on
their annual custom at Christmas.Mr. Laurie Alderman all of Melrose,
prior to Christmas, and left .
and Mrs. George Schaefferand home on Friday morning Dec. 26.. and Mr. and Mrs. Grimes and CentreFlorida's/ Bible Conference
children. Mary Ann and David -
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde LaMee of son.Mr. .
\\ spent Sunday at Oklawaha, Ormond Beach. Jack LaMee of and Mrs R. F, Simmonshad
,S: visiting Mrs. Schaeffer's parents.Dr. I Aubrey as guests for the Christmas .
Mrs. Florida
Detroit. Mich., Mr. Heights
P)J .;,..,IJ/ IJ and Mrs. Edward C. Shryock Wescott of Jacksonville and holidays their son-in-law and Keystone ,
(: .: LaMee of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Y.i' Duncan of Lawton, Okla
KEYSTONEJEWELERS Jacksonville were all ChristmasI
"'test- Hugh Fisher is visiting his parents -
: I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Col. and Mrs. Famuel Fish-
Keystone I LaMee and their five children at t

Expert Watch R@pa1rL1CQuality their home on Little Lake Key- er.Jack
Dept. Store Janes is attending a music -
Line Jewelry ; stone.
i clinic in Tampa. Jan. 2-11, asa

Keystone Heights, Fla. I Walter M. Muhlhofer- I COMMUNITY CHURCH OF I representative of the Gainesville PROGRAM ... SEASON 1959

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS High School Mixed Chorus.
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Dr. James D. Pait Organist, Sen. and Mrs. J. E. Cross and
i Choir Director. --

Services: Church School 8:45am. : St. William's Catholic Chapel January 4th-9th ___________________REV. SAMUEL: S. CUTHBERT Former Pastor Cold Point Baptist
Morning Worship 11 am Keystone Heigtits '
Sunday Mass at 8:30'a.: m. Pennsylvania .t"
I ;., Church Plymouth Meeting, ,.
ST. AXVS EPISCOPAL Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m.

CIIURCH.KEYSTOSE Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m.
\L II. Breyfojle, Minister Confessions before all Masses. January llth-16th _____________HARRY LIU Pocket Testament League

Morning Prayer and Sermon Baptisms, marriages and Instructions -

9:30: a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. by appointment. January 18th-25lh __________: _ORIENTAL MISSIONARY SOCIETY
Holy Communion each first Sun-

day. Parish Supper each third
Wednesday 6:30: p. m. January 25th-30th ___________DR. HAROLD S. LAIRD Largo, Florida

FIRST KEYSTONE BAPTIST HEIGHTS.CHURCH FLA I February Ist-Glh _______________HCJB VOICE OF THE ANDES Dr. Clarence W. Jones Director; Dr.

J. R. Smith pastor. Ralpn I I I Thomas G. Lawrence, Pastor, Calvary Temple, Hartford, Connecticut

Copeland, Minister of Music and

church Services org&nlst.: Sunday School. 9:45a. February 8th-13th ________._____DR. H. H. SAVAGE, Pastor First Baptist Church Pontiac, Michigan

m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.

Training Union. 6:45: p. m. Evening February 15th..,4th( _____________SUDAN INTERIOR MISSION Dr. A. D. Helser Rev. "Tommie" Titcombe
i services 7:30 p. m.
and Rev. J. B. Williams.

i .

i I way you write. Come IB and select -. February. : 22nd-27th _______________HAROLD WILDISH Bible Teacher Jamaica British West Indies

Il your favorite ESTERBROOK .

I Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. May it bringhappineu and March: "ist-Gth _____________________DR. V. RAYMOND EDMAN, President Wheaton College ASSOCIATION

I of BIBLE CONFERENCES and CAMPS Ninth Annual Convention
CONTRACTORSCARPENTERS I success to .! our ___

.. I good friends! '

I 'March, 8th-13th __________ _.MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE .
I ..

PAINTERSWe I March. 15th.20th _____ _____... -LATIN AMERICA MISSION: Rev. Lester J. Soerheide Missionary Panama -

> v City. C. Z.; Rev. Willis E. Garrett Pastor, Miami Beach Inde-

have Limited Supply "
,_. pendent Presbyterian Church.
v of left-over paper on rolls. <
I .,
From 17 to 72 inches wide. 1March. Tenn.
I 21st' ___ -- _--_1 GOSPEL MESSENGERS of Bryan College Dayton
Perfect for protection of __' oi_ '.

floors, furniture, eta, while ;.HarchZZnd t. -30th __ __DR.. T. ROLAND PHILIPS, Former Pastor, Arlington Presbyterian

Keystone State Bank work is in progress. S. E. MCKAY .? :.....,.. V Church, Baltimore, Maryland

Keystone Heights, Florida Bradford CountyTelegraph Realtor ;' t .

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t nunvnnImetV/trfa children of St. Petersburg, who 1!Iefreshments.I Robert Norman. riht. They should be free off stock it.After.

' tad spent Christmas here with Hampton Baptist Intermediates Mr. and Mrs. Corley Crosby. Mr. waterweeds and useless fish. And that good management
ill!IAMTON the Ira Lesters and E. L. Birt I I Girls' Sunday School class met and Mrs. Bobby Crosby and Buie the area around the pond shouldbe v; the key to successful productionof

family, left Sunday with Mrs. I I at the home of their teacher, Mrs. Crosby visited the Randall Cros- protected: with soil conservation bass and blue-gills and to satisfactory -

By Sir*. D. E. inn Lester and Mrs. E. L. Birt for i M. R, Misrier.; Friday I evening a by's at Maxville last week. 'measures that control erosion fishing, in your farm or

Tampa to attend funeral services j jI Dec. 19, for a Christmas .tarty. PQMa ANCy Mr. and Mrs. Odis Crawfordand and runoff. ranch pord.

flla.a/-&&L4AL.lvl.a! I there for Mrs. Lane. I The sinning of Christmas carols daughters of Jacksonville A high-yielding fi>h pond is a The most trouble we have with
The Albert: Birt children Thursday night guests of the
: combination of
Mrs. Fanc.Dies In Tampa preceded refreshments of holiday- water's natural fish pcnds in this area is that
Mrs. L..A. Lane, mother of Mrs. here with.E. L.J3irt. BothE. I I decorated! cupcakes ana punch.i C. C. Crosbys. productivity added fertility they are not fished enough. Oncea
L. Birt and Albert Birt were ,I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and when needed, and man's
Maggie Lester of Hampton died I II Eight were present. t manage- pond has been properly stocked
grandsons of Mrs. Lane. sen.; Meed, spent; Christmas with
Saturday December 27 at her ,,: Personals Wendy HID, daughter of Mr. Mrs Ophelia Moore and son of ment. Your pond can be one thatis the pond must be fished to keep

home i in Tampa. Mrs. Mamie Meade. who was and Mrs. Donald Hill, marked her By G. T. Huggins Brooker. easy to manage or one that il in production.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert But and ninth birthday Dec. 18,
0: confined to Bradford County Hos- Thursday night supper guestsof cannot be managed well with any I THE RIGHT rOCVt: iur the
pital for several days, was able I with a party at her home. Ten County Agent I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and amount of effort. The difference way you write. Come In and select -

to leave the hospital early last ,guests were present for games, -. I son. Meed. were Mr. and Mrs. it in the site you select and the your favorite ESTERBROOK
AeU 'week and went home to Orlando cpenin!; of gifts, followed by a to keep our ears and 'yelp I Woodror Thomas and family of F'Mintaln Prn. Uf.tnR.\.PU
v. hamburger Production High Jtmue 1 "way you; build the pond and
with her daughter, Mrs. Woodrow I supper. I A recent report tells us that in alert and report any possibilities.; Brookpr. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Lewis. ..
Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. M.: L. Watterson, 1958 we planted the smallest acre- Our Inspector, Jorge Valldejuli is I and daughters and Mr. and Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. Ellis C. Campbell.'I and their son-in-law and daughter age in over 40 years. But, yields still on the job and ready to respond Paul Faulkner and family of COMPLETE
Q Mr. and Mrs. Gene Falling TREE SERVICE
and daughter Charlene of Wash were up 12 percent over 1957 and at your request. 5tarke.
0.' o ington. D. C., were holiday guestsat I of Starke left Christmas eve for 42 percent over.the last 10 years The strawberry crop looks good I Mrs. C. C. Crosby celebrated

the home of her parents. Mr. Bradenton, to spend the long average. Forecast is for an even ell over the county. It could be I her birthday anniversary on Dec. *
0 o and Mrs J. B. Prevatt of Hamp- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Don- bigger crop ,this year if growing that there are more plantings 14 with a surprise party in Jack- Pruning Cavity Work

00 oA ton.Mr. ald McMahone and son. and harvesting conditions are fav- closer to the roads, but there sure sonville. Bracing Tree Removal
and Mrs. Vasco and childrenof this
Mrs. Richard May and Busey orable. seems to be more acreage
1 daughter of Bellevue. Nebr. left Valdosta Ga.. were Sunday De-Mossing Transplanting
All this means that it is highly
Sunday night to return home visitors here in Hampton with year.A h'tle leaf spot is already be- r
|important to take inventory of
cLHere's 0 I i(after pending Christmas week her father John Parker, and and do some pretty gluing to show up on the older Free Inspection and EstimatesSAWS
.: here with their parents, Mr and other rels lives last week. I your good program planning for 1959. leaves. Some spray or dust might i I I

Mrs. C. L. May and Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. M. R. Misner and I Predictions from a farm outlook help this fungus disease spreading. II I

I J. W. Home. son visited Mr. and Mrs. Wes conference j seem to be that net Zineb is still the best material to I UI 6YR $TU JI15. s : TREE SURGEONSPETE
I Billy Home son of Mr. and Sanbum and son in Gainesvilleon farm income will be a little less use. We know that spray does
Mrs. J. W. Horne. arrived the i Christmas i in
night. The secret
wishing all our I e I I than in 1958. Now this is for the better than dust. Soil Conservation
week before Christmas for a 20- I Mr. and Mrs. to get to the bot- SAPP OwnerP.
D. E. Hill and over-all farm picture. There will either case is ,
day leave from his duties with daughters visited Mr. and Mrs.||be certain programs that will hold tom side of the leaves where the N-E-W-S

patrons lid friends a : the air force at Homestead AFB. Gene Clouse and children in i steady, some pretty good and trouble starts. I I 0. Box 771 Phone EA 54837Palalka, Fla.
I The Homes two sons-in-law and Bradenton from Christmas day I"some weaker. Best Wishes For You By Bill Haas
!i daughters Mr. and Mrs. R. C. AGENTS -
until Soil Conservation Senice
Sunday. We have ended another year!
The beef cattle looks
program I I
year filled wild luck, Williams' and son of Tampa, and I Mr. and Mrs. Edward Saxon good tor couple of years. Hog None of us is completely satisfied Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 9 3617
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleend : The final request for fish to
** children of Starke. were also and daughters spent Christmas program will be sound, but prices with the results. We may han I r stock ponds in the Bradford Soil I j I d'aineM; ;, Fla. Ocala, Fla.
I weekend in Eau Gallic with her I probably lower than last had a good year but we still have I,
year. Phone Lake Fla.
success and happiness.h r here to spend Christmas in Conservation District was filled 1651 City,
I parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope. I Vegetables are difficult to forecast that desire and ambition to do:+
:1 Hampton. I i I when Fred McDavid and Bill
Mr. and Mrs. but it is to be slow tetter. I -
I I Debbie Vickery, daughter of George Williams I suggested Reddish received theirs. Bill's is
i!I and Howell, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. 'in Increasing vegetable acreage. With all our troubles, hardships i i
Mrs. Lucille Vickery of Starke a dug pond which he uses for a
.. ELROD I I celebrated> her second birthday:Matchctt! and family were dinner Feed and grain crops are a good end disappointment we can read ,. stock watering pit. Fred's is a
at I guests, Sunday, in Lawtey with bet in that you can market director and hear about those less for- SAYE
Friday, Dec. 19 with a party natural pcnd. \ Ar
j I tunate. We not hungry we
Furniture Co. the Ed Durban family. through livestock. are
the home of her grandparents, Fish ponds are accepted more
I I Tobacco house and bed we have
{ ReminderDo have a a \
I I Mr. and Mrs. Leste McCUllough I............ yyyyyyy .. your best to produce more life and for all these blessingsand I and more as profitable and delightful LOW
Starke Florida I in Hampton. About 10 guests were features of farms and I
; present for opening of gifts and pounds of tobacco. We have mentiOned many more- we are thank I p lanches. They make good and:I PRICES
CLAY HILL before and you are hearing :
ful.All safe use of the land-basic steps
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more about the proposed Acreage of us. Mildred, Mary Ella
: of soil and
ir. the conservation
-Poundage If this and our families join together in' I i fefl
by Mr. J. L StricklandUW.WUWW1.Ul. program. comes water. Good fish ponds expand i iI
FUEL OIL for the best
for the 1960 crop it appears that wishing you just very I the farm economy and furnish
.. vour marketing quota misht hp all through 1959.
food to both rural and urban fish-
New Service Offered based on your average yields'overa GREEN[
.. By Mrs., Louise Smith and mother. 2 or 3 year period. ''t.?rtVYjmy..YYYY'T. er people-men, women, and children -
i,Mrs. Oliver were visiting folks in alike. They can also furnish STAMPS
ODOM'S HARDWARE & SUPPLY the Clay Hill section last week This proposed program' seems water for livestock and for fire
certain to come before Congress.From RISING fO aE5OD
I among those called on were the protection and provide swimming, Std ._
MELROSE, FLA. there on we will depend on
I Stricklands.Mrs. influence By Sirs. GordonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Jonas boating and other recreation. For
the of our Congressmenin
CR 5.5121 PHONES GR 5-5313 Ruth Corbert and family Washington. Of course, we i many pond owners the sale of
; permits for fishing is a source of i Quantity Rights Reserved
from North Carolina spent Christmas -
know win
they in the
Please Call Us Day or Night For Prompt, Courteous \ represent us 1 I income. I II
.ith Ruth's mother, Mrs. interest of the program for Flor- Those enjoying Christmas day I
Service .Irene Padgett, and other relatives ida, but we must remember that with Mr. and Mrs. Thurman i I Many farms and ranches havea I. PRICES GOOD Thru Sat.,

around Clay Hill. They returnedto the entire congress will vote. Jones and sons were Mr. and suitable site for a good fishpond January
.I North Carolina Sunday night. ScrewMTorm ReportFor Mrs. Herbert Norman and children Some have two or even

1 Mr. and Mrs. W. B. England of the week ending December of Lady Lake. Mr. and Mrs. more. All ponds will Produce some 3rd."t

: WELL DRILLING Service Florence Ala. spent Christmas 20 there were only Iwo counties Gordon Jones and Carolyn, Mr. fish. They will produce more if
Pumps eve and Christmas day with Mr. reporting screwworm cases. Brow- and Mrs. Eddie Norman. and they are built right and managedRitch's

England's children and the ard county 23 rases, and Palm
# .TERMS AVAILABLE Stricklands at Clay Hill. His children Beach 4 cases. High population of

**, Jimmy, Willie Lois, Eliza- I dairy cattle and also the vast wide Fruit & Gifts Starke Fla. COFFEE. SALE(.

Prompt Service Free Estimates beth and Joseph all ate Christ- open spaces; contribute to the continuing fEE
mas with Daddy and Louise at ; cases there. s- CO
.. h J -
C Grandpa Stricklands. All seemed During that week there were F M41t

RALPH E. MATHEWS 10. enjoy the visit; and the children 62,717,200 sterile flies released. \\NS1
enjoyed the nice presents Area covered was the Andalusia
Daddy brought them. Henry went Ala. and Waycross. Ga. line to the .
P. 0. Box 528 Melrose Fla. 1 WNOLe1&Li, &1 9.4
1 ome to sleep. so he was left out North and Key West. Fla, to the ?.IVff.1 uf-uu[ ,' r 'WEShP ,. Chose

PHONE GR 5-5101 rn the dinner date. Jimmie and South. 1 I A STOR 69 rf 'SonboTn
Willie went to Starke with Daddy Collections of larvae came inI .; ti-oz. 6-01- tar .
!Wednesday afternoon.The from five other- states but none I f oed Order.Ja'r

That's Our Business Christmas programs at were s;>crew worms. I one wit h $5' or more
Highlands and Clay Hill Baptist The screwworm people say that r. Limit

If It's Glass We Have It! churches were enjoyed by all. We the problem is not solved until ]: '

CALL WRITE or VISIT c'id not learn how many other the last possible egg or worm is
churches had Christmas pro- killed from the entire country. 1
This means that we.should con- i
Joe Peters Glass Co. tarot ,. r
Irene and Betty Padgett were TRIMTY EPISCOPAL t -
playing Santa Claus Wednesdayof SHORTENING 'f ,
last week. Brought us some ofth'eir \ .___ 4"t. ,.
II. 1IlniSterSunllay ,
Fronts 31. Breyforle. "'4 .
Design Modern Store new syrup and some fresh SNOWDRIFT
Just Mail Us A Pattern for pork. All tasted real 'good. 11:15. Episcopal School,Young 8:45 a.People m. U. S. 301 SOUTH STARKE, FLA. PH.: WO 4-0575 .,

Table Tops Earl Gene, Dave and Clarence Morning Prayer and Sermon, Ornamental Concrete Products ,1

1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla Phone FR. 24353 Lange visited home folks during 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion each "WHOLESALE TO EVERYONE"
j d Christmas week. These are the first Sunday.
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Richard 3 Lb.

Lang and live in Tampa. I p can 591,1

FACTORY PRICES The new tile and carpet on the '' :
floor of the Highland church suredoes : '! ::/,< .

TRY ANY PAINT I )MAKE ANti I'LL GIVE improve the appearance : 'ol .1 j. ._!'.;.:.. :. ..... ." ...
YOU GALLON; OR QUART WITH EACH the church. It was laid last week,' 'A :1::;:"$'':'::;. ';. .' v-: .. ._
and makes the building much .:. .. ('
ONE YOU. BUY. .- .., t:
warmer. Our class rooms are I
: You ''Had It'80 .S
warm though! but the auditorium nevor f

vas There hard were to warm.only 57 present for \\ -

FREEPrices Sunday School Sunday, but that : ; : :1 1?

was 6 more than the Sunday be- t pl.eri4F : i"ioAst

fore.: ,Still having bad weather I
and it still seems to bluff a good pORl

portion of.our people who attend "...... ."0._."_",......,.,...",...>:.>>" ",.>'....S6.,....K.,,.,..,E3" "'__""""',,>, YCaat.40ivv..Wi.P -.",.......,> -s. ...
start at $2 per qt.; $5.98 per 'gal.1 church in nice weather. Of this -. .':: ;::: :.:. ..A \ r
rumber. 43 were 100 per cent }f.: '>: : .. .r \ vn4YiT' :ti4

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE ILe1 1JXr"S. Believe: it or not. the lt :' Ah. ......_/;;: .. 39F
Juniors von the attendance ban- .., <.: '.yo "Wf.x < lIFLORID
335 N. Temple Starke, Fla. Ph. WO 4-8565 ner from: the Intermediates! We \ ,...:.. .".".r-,..."..'V:;. ::. ':':. '.,Y.?\<.
STARKE FLORIDA are proud these Juniors were all J. A .

present. Some; of these days we
I hope the Beginners will win the Y

banner ,and show folks that the
little fellows can get to Sunday
School too. We had more Beginners s
present than we.have. had 1 .r
since before we had to give every- GROWN GOLDEN
one the scare and get too sick to
teach. We are looking for more of CORN

Luscious Ribs -- Pork -. Chicken Barbecuedas them to come out. We used our f 4N Egli 4 91
flannel board last Sunday and all
you like it on open )pit "Georgia Style" of the little fellows seemed to All PUR POSe RED

learn more from the lesson than

SOLD BY POUND, PLATE OR SANDWICHESOR they had been learning. All were
in the lesson. If
more interested
WE% WILL'- BARBECUE YOUR MEAT FOR YOU! you do not belong to the Highland APPLES5L39bBap

church and Sunday School make 4 ,

ALL-MEAT HAMBURGERS special efort to attend whereveryou

do belong. You are' needed in

SMOKED HOT DOGS 15c each service, and we all shouldbe

(They Are Delicious) in church services whenever 100 PLUS for the ultimate in luxury performance. t
I possible. Choose ; Over 100 octane plus every worthwhile protective FROZEN '

Whole BARBECUED CHICKEN 1.25TERREll'S I Teachers' and officer meeting I feature. M.cHICKEN TU1lKEY \ '.
every Sunday evening at 6 o'clock j j i very best SUPER 5.D a super premium at ordinary premium! y

preaching_ services 7 p. m.. Sunday l price. Perfect for today's high compression auto PliS
I I gasolene for mobiles. IBM
IAfl-BQ School 9:45: a. m., preaching 11a ,

h.. Prayer meeting Wed. 7 p. m.I your car MILEMASTEft-premium performance, regular p rice.
Ifiway l-90 S1-: Mi. South Starke 44! Mi. W. Keystone We aren't going to tell what the Stepped up octane, power, and mifeagd

11 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN BARBECUING subject'; for last Sundays message 3 \OO
was, if you want to know what the ,SILCOX CITIES SERVICE
All Meat Guaranteed; To Please It Is The Best I S h
next Sunday's messages will be
Starke, ,Fla.

ROOM .1.1a'r'
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TTTTrTTTT'TTTTTTTTTTTY1 Dobbs on Friday.. nie Harley Starke. the H. C. and I I.dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Lee end family of Miami, Miss Glen- and Mrs. E. W. Hodge and children --

Mrs. Claudia. Strickland of Dan Harley families and Mr. and Prevatt and family of the State ann Sapp of Florida State University in services Sunday. Mrs. T

\ Gainesville was. the Thursday Mrs. Edwin Padgett and Rev. I I Farm. Mrs. Annie Stevens, and Hodge is the daughter of Rev. and

overnight guest; of her sister, Sanford Mayo of Ocala. i Mr. and Mrs. Eu .er Bennett Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sapp and Mrs. Brookins.

Bf Hi*. Joyce T. Futcb&LWALS4WIAAAAAAALA1 Miss Elizabeth Terry They spent Mrs. Lula Dority and F. A. en- and son and the Darleys had as family of Jacksonville.
Miss Frances Dixon visited her
Friday in Jacksonville with the joyed Christmas dinner with the guests during the week Mrs. Alice Mr. and Mrs. Evertt Oliver Mr. aunt Mrs. Ruby Kowatch Christ- mRl

.1.. G. W. Durhams. Jenkins family at Jacksonville Austin and sons, of Daytona and Mrs. J. A. Ogilvie, Mr. and mas. -F \ X\tUJ

Mrs. Mary Reddish is spendingthe Sunday Dec. 21, the home of Beach. Beach Mrs. Jessie Ellis, of Len Mrs. Sonny Kite and Mr. and I ,

holidays with her son and Mrs. A. H. Harley was the settingfor Mrs. Eva McKinney of Tampa rn. Mich., and Ralph Daney of Mrs. Leon Starling and family of We were glad to have Mr. and .- .=,!

daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. a family get-together. Those spent the week with her brother, Jacksonville. Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Robert Dixs at Sunday Service ;- 4&L --- / ...
also Mr. and Mrs. Eddie !
Roy Reddish in Webster. present were Mrs:. Mattie, Miley, L C. Gasque. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Luther HUliard and family during ; ::4"I

Weldon Starling of Miami is'I i Mrs. W. M. Blocker, Mrs. Marga- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant 1 Dinkins en Wednesday eveningwere the hol;days. Martinez of Green Cove Springs. :,, :;--_-. -. "-'..;;...: .......,.. .-', !..'.,..;-..--,. ., ",
visiting his parents, the Edwin I| let Sigerbury. all of Jacksonville.Mr. Reddish during the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dinkins Christmas guests of Mr. and Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookins _----.-- "'" .. ....:.!r, -
Starlings.Mr. and Mrs. Neli;on Blocker and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pickering and and son and Miss Hazel Pittman Mrs. Truby L. Wainwrgiht were and children went visiting the I oJ-- -, ;,,+.-"'- ... &-

and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and I sons, Mr. and M:rs. Jimmie Gas- daughter: and Walter McRae, of of Jacksonville. On Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Dock Wainwright, Fernandina Beach Zco Saturday. ; ----_ -t .r.:$_

family of Jacksonville visited the kins and daughU rs, S. C. Harley Gainesville Mrs. Margaret Pons. .heir guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wainwright. Mrs. W. A. Brown cf Groverland :, l

Walter Wilkinsons and the Arlie i 1, and son of Heillj ronn Mrs. Lon- Ray and Peter Dorman, and Ray Paul Dinkins of St. Augustine, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brassel and and daughter, Mrs. Barbara Jean' ..,'t'....

[Reddish, Jacksonville. Miss Sue :Miss Adel Dinkins of Jacksonville family, Misses Judy Betty and Zipperor of Leesburg are visiting t ,,.."..

Welknan Willioton. Mrs. Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cox of Lake Frankie Wainwright of Jacksonville Mrs. Brown's sister and brother- i! h': yr

Dugger, Macclenny, and Mr. and Santa Fe. and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wainwright in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Grif i

Mrs. L. M. Pickering and Mr. Charles Dinkins and family of and son of Waycross. Ga. fis.Mr. ,

and Mrs. L. W. Baldwin of Starke.Mr. Starke. Miss Adel Dinkins remained Mr. and Mrs. Louie Lee Wain- and Mrs Joe. Sullivan spent .
, and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had for the week. wright and family, Avon Park, .Sunday with their daughter and .t.'

as holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Mamie Futcn and Floyd I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wainwrightand .son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ray I

.t C. Prevatt, and family cf Ocala, spent Christmas with Mr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Griffis. There was a birthday dinner I

5 I Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Harper and Mrs. Dave Putney and family at James Wainwright and family.Mr. I in honor of Mr. Sullivan. ,

family. Kingsley Lake and Mr. Jacksonville Beach. and Mrs. Ernest Wells of Calvin Reams was guest of

and Mrs. Truman Norman and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson and I Mobile, Ala. were guests of Mrs. James O'Brian Sunday afternoon. ?

aughters of New River visited Mae Wells and Mrs. Martha Bales Boatdrain Baptist Church ,

', son.Rev. the H. C. Kellys and Mrs Mar-
and daughters from Wednesday
.e and Mrs. R. E. Moses spent Sunday School 10 a. m.. Morn-

e. Christmas with Mrs. Moses' parents garet Kelly on Thursday. Wendell';until Sunday. ing Worship 11 a. m. Training

((3 V v Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Shef- Kelly of Southern College Lakeland Miss Elizabeth Terry went to Union. 6:30: p. m.. Evening Worship -
r is spending the holidays with
field, in Kingsland, Ga. Gainesville on Sunday afternoonto 7:30 p. m. and Prayer Meet-
teeti his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. spend the night with Mrs. Big Dad Manufacturing Co; Inc.
) Guests 01 Air. and Mrs. G. W. Kelly. ing Wednesday night, 7:15 p. m. ,
Claudia Strickland. They will visit
Roberts on Christmas day were Pastor Rev. Orville Brookins.
e Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore hadas an aunt Mrs. Blanche Terry 4n Everyone welcome. Starke Florida
guests for Christmas Mr. and Fort White the first of the week. ,
son of Gainesville and Mr. and
Mrs. Wesley Thomas and son of Mrs. A. H. Harley and Mrs. Mae CARD OF THANKS
e. Mrs. Vernon Silcox and son of
Starke.Mr. Hendersonville, N. C.. Rev. E. D. Wells had as Sunday guests Mr.

Boyer of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. James Werner of Rai- The family of Mrs. J. C. Anderson -
and Mrs. Robert Carlton
Billy Torode and son of Gainesville ford N. C. and Mrs. Ruth Barth- wish to extend their heartfelt
and of
sons Jacksonville were
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews low and Mrs. Effie Green and thanks and appreciation to the I
iI Thursday guests of ner parents,
and family of Wildwood Freddy daughter of Middleburg. members of Northside Baptist c .et jfl
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
1 LNOBS WISHtS OR Christmas Moore of Atlanta, and Mr. and Jimmy Eunice. who is attend- Church Dr. Barry and the nurses, I
day guests of Mr.
/1 Mrs. Tom Casey and daughter.Mrs. ing Valdosta State College, is and many friends who were so I
and Mrs. Troy Bennett were Mr. '
ftt' and Margaret Kelly and H. C. spending the holidays with his kind during the illness and death
Mrs. Glenn Williamson and '
Kelly left Saturday for a visit parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold or their dear Irene.
sons, of Jacksonville, Mr. Shad /
with Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kelly in Eunice and grandmother Mrs. Husband, J. C. Anderson
Thompson, of Lake Butler Mr.
DOYLE AND KITTEN; CONNER and Mrs. Walter WilkLson, Mr. Miami. Mrs. Selma Eunice. He. with his Mother Mrs. Fred Lanier and

Buster and Donald Bennett parents, visited his grandfather, brother and sisters.
ISARUAKA HENDERSON, Sec)'. and Mrs. Donald Bennett and
spent the weekend hunting in the Jim Godwin at Maxville on VI
sons Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett ,
Scrub. Thursday. Jimmy inspir-
of the gave an
and son, and Mr. and Mrs
Mr. ard Mrs. Leslie Phillipsand ing talk at the First Baptist
Gary Bennett and son.
E. Conner ; sons of Callahan spent Church on Sunday night con-
Doyle Agency Mrs. A. E. Massey and Spurgeonare
in Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. O. cerning the work of the B. S. U.
Naples for a visit with Mr.
I J. Phillips. at Valdosta State College. May
I P. 0. Drawer 631 Starke Fla.r and Mrs. Daniel Massey and their
Miss Helen Sweat of Maxville God bless you Jimmy.
I infant son. Daniel Ross Jr. t
, I is spending the week with Mrs. This being the last letter, as our
Mrs. James Waters and Mrs. .y
Hester Hicks and the O. J. An- dear friends, the H. B. Arwoodsof
Albert Sappenfield visited Mrs.
ders family.Mr. Bessimer have called (4 .. "
Dorothy White in Crescent City Ala. our :ti. [
last week. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and news items your correspondentwishes p

David were business visitors to to express her appreciationto
.f Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dixon and
Jacksonville on Friday.Mr. the community for making this r
family of Palatka visited Mr. and
and Mrs. Hubert Priest and
column possible. May the resolveof
Mrs. this
i E. L. Massey and family
week. family had Christmas dinner with each of us be to do more for

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams has doneso
Mrs. John Shuford and Dave our precious Lord, who
and son Mr. and Mrs. George R. much for us. in the coming
had Christmas
as guests on Day
Summerlin and the Edmond Al- done in I yr
than have
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and year we ever ,
linders in Wellborn. the past. Happy New Year to ?
family of St. Augustine Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Crews
Mrs. Sid Shuford and family of every reacAer.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.. i iq
and family of Georgetown. Va. I
Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. George
visited Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Ra- Il :' I a
Shuford. +

r -. The James Waters family had week.fuse and daughter during the **4i !

Christmas dinner with Mrs. Wat- GRIFFIS LOOPBy
Guests of Mrs. Lou Norman on
ers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford V.
Higginbotham in Maxville. Christmas Day were Mr. and Mrs.S. ...-... :
C. Mosley and family and Mr. Verble AndersonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .....'- -........-
Mayor and Mrs. Charles Shu- :.:::
and Mrs. Newt Norman, Jacksonville A AA Af
ford are visiting their soninlawand
the Leon Norman family of
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lu- Mr. ana Mrs. Robert Dix and
Miami Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nor-
ther Thai pe and family in Gullen children of Winter Haven were
man and family, Mr. ami iv .""S. L.
Va.. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julius GIB BROWN'SService
P. Rafuse and daughter and Mr.-
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carr and I Kowatch and son-. Junior'for the
aand Mrs. L. M. Norman.
son of Tallahassee were Thursday Christmas holiday.
ijitceJt&tt1 Miss Joan Rafuse is visitingher
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earlie and Station
Miles Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brookins and I
cousin Miss Margaret ,
family and Mrs. Ida Padgett.Mr. in Lake Butler. children of Cocoa were visiting The Farmers Supply

and Mrs. Bill Burney and I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Strickland of j
Mrs. Milo Smith and Mrs. Al- Starke, Florida
family and Everett brought Mrs. Burnell and Mrs. Lyle Blow of jI I
bert Sappenfield were shoppingin
Georgia Ann Sapp a delicious din- Orlando.Mr. I
Jacksonville on Friday.
rer on Christmas Day. Mrs. Sapp and Mrs. Arnold Griffis
Thursday guests of Mr. and
feels that she was treated extra spent Christmas with their son
Mrs. D. B. Thomas were Mr. and
nice as she also received dinners : end daughter-in-law, Mr. and -"'" ..?.,
: .
Mrs. S. P. Green of Jacksonville I : .- f,
from the Truby Wainwrights and Mrs. Harcld Griffis of Palatka. G ,
and Mr. and :Mrs. Jamie Miltonof
Mrs. Eva McKinney.Mr. There were four generations of

FOR and Mrs. Ralph Smart and Macclenny. the Brookins family in church <
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Starlinghad
Daughters of Jacksonville visited Sunday Mrs. W. T. Brookins her :
as Christmas dinner guestsMr.
Mrs. Mattie Henderson on Thurs- son Rev. Orville Brookins our
and Mrs. Rudy Higginbothamand
day. Ralph called on Mrs. Senie pastor, his son Mr. Rex. Brookins,
daughter of Maxville the
Prevatt in the afternoon. and his children.
l' Jacksonville Mr.
Wiley Smiths of ,
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University of Florida is spendingthe
the J. C. Higginbotham family.Mr. children and Artemes Brown were

holidays with her parents. and Mrs. Eugene Starling and roests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tatum. Y ;
family and the Robert Craw- Sunday.Mrs. *
Mrs. Effie Miner spent the holi
Community State Bank of Starke days with her son-in-law and fords. Robert Dixs and Mrs. Ru- s-

Mr and Mrs. Arthur Pearce by Kowatch and their children
Mr. and Mrs. Frank
MEMEHER: .F. I). I. C. daughter. had as holiday guests Mrs. Johnny visited Mrs. Thomas O'Brian last
Wells and daughters in Leesburg
Starke, Florida Young and family of Athens.Gr. Friday. .- *
Miss Marv Ann Motes returned I
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..&&&.&&&.&&&.&&.&&& Kerse7 of Jacksonville. I ladles in Bradford County 'She thankful for the faithfulness Miss and the rain kept coming! VVYYYVVVVVVVVYVVVV'VVVVVfNOtiTH son, Lynn spent Christmas Day William Sapp of Starke. Mr. Langof

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewer and will be 103 in February and is'presently shown by the Horace Redding down. with Mr. Sapp's father and Jacksonville and Mr. and M"S.S. ..

I family had as visitors last week, feeling better after a recent fa'mily of Jacksonville in comingto Miss Marilyn Cox and her SIDEI mother, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tay- K. Ja-kson and Douglas of

EVERGREEN f Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Mosely and lllne services with us Sunday. Their brother Pearson will return to lor of Mi d1ebunr j' Gainesville were visitors of the G.

and daughter: Vivian is our pianist. I "Mr. and Mrs. JOhn Benny Sapp' L. Sapps. Sunday.
rfStanley'Crr'ird'Hello family, Mrs. Maggie Forsyth We are sorry to report that the University of Gainesville Sunday By Mrs. Can Brown '

Miss Copeland, all Jacksonville; Gordon Griffis is in Bradford Among those from Evergreen to resume their studies after .of Daytona spent the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Tatum
,........w..w." ... .www.. Mr.. and Mrs. Eugene Forsyth of County Hospital. His recent \isit01S attending the Christmas programat spending the holidays with their ..&..&.......&.......AA'I holidays with their parents. Mr. I and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tatum

,-fOks! ,>here's hoping)chat Miami, and Mrs. Gladys Saunders included Mr.'and "Mrs. Fisher Heilbronn last Monday night (;parents Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cox. Everyone enjoyed the 'message : and Mrs. Dodd and Mr. and Mrs. 1 j< cf South Carolina spent the

:you had"a merry terry.Cnrist- and. daughter: of..Penney Farms. Gaskins, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gas- wire Fisher, Gail, Tommy 'and Mr. and Mrs.. Morris Johns and by our guest speaker, Albert Ta Carl Sapp. Christmas holidays with their

Mrs, Cecille Redding of Lawtey kins and Rev. J. E. Norman.Mr. Catherine Gaskins. Earl Mosely family 'of Jacksonville visited with tum of South Carolina. He is the A simple Christmas program ] parents. Rev and Mrs. H. R. Carter
'mas aryl that"you may have a I '
'happy New 'Year. spent Christmas with her son and and Mrs. W. H. Green and and family, Geneva Gaskinj and Mr. Johns parents, Mr. and Mrs.Ernie son of Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Carter. was held Tuesday night at North- ,:.r "
and ,
family, Mr.and Mrs. Louin Redding daughter Bcnita, and Mr. and Stanley Crawford. Johns Sunday. i side with Scripture reading H. C. Taylor and Douglas! and'
Rev. and Mrs. Lingerfelt attended -
Mrs. Beatrice Sullivan and
Christmas carols Bags ;
Mrs. Stanley! Crawford and family About 200 attended the Ever- :My sister Mr. and Mrs. M. E. singini Christine of Middleburg visited
'daughter Wanda Northside; Sunday morning
of Jacksonville to
of and fruit were given
Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman and were in Palatka and St. Augustine green Church program Tuesday Weldon and family of Tallahassee candy j church services. Sunday. Mr. and
visited f friends and relatives in and were dinner guests of Rev.:
the children.
son were in Lake City Saturday I Christmas Day.' i night. Everyone received .a bag visited in our home Christmasday. and Mrs. H. B. Carter. |! Mrs. A. R. Sapp and son. Lynn
this community last Monday. Maude Wainwright spent
afternoon visiting friends. Among those from our community 'cf fruits, nuts"and candy furnished i Mrs. returned home with them for
Those :'Pending"Chtistmas Day Hope everyone had a nice the Christmas holidays with her
Earl the Christmas the church. The church also
Among those visiting the attending bj I dinner.
Vith Cecil..E. Crawford'Jr. were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carter and Christmas in spite of the weather. I. daughter Mrs. Alton Boles and
Llosely family last week were party given for: employees of the distributed Christmas baskets in
heir parents, Mr'and Mrs. Maxie Mr. Florida Commission the son Morris Jr. and Mrs. Effie May this New Year be a very family of Waldo. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown andchild'ren
James Pringle of Satsuma. Development community.If
and family of Union I Johns spent Christmas in Lakeland to each of Martin and and Artemes Brown were
;Wilkinson I prosperous you. I Mr. and Mrs. Billy
and Mrs. Clifford Johns of Jacksonville tt the Enlisted Men's Club, Camp you do not have a church of and
County, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil with Mr. Carter's sister and Sunday Jan. 4. North 'je will' children and Mr. and Mrs. Don Sunday dinner guests Mr.
and Mr. and ?{rS. Morris Blandlng, were Mr. and Mrs. Earl of'your choice you are welcome'atEvergreen. i
Crawford Sr. brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. observe Mrs. Cecil Rowe. Carolyn and
Homecoming Day. Everyone of spent.
I Johns and family of Jacksonville.Mr. : Mosely, Aubry [Bill 1 Gaskins Sunday School, 10. a. -. Hughs I}I
Mr.; and Mrs. Leon Brewer and Kenny F ts. is cordially invited to attend. Christmas Day with their parents. Shirley Brown are spending this
end Mrs. Eugene Mac. Don Monroe Gaskins Kenneth Wilkinson m.; Training Union. 6:30: p m.;
family of Keystone Heights visited I Mrs. Minnie Carmichael was Come and enjoy with preach- Carl Thomas. :{I
us. Mr. and Mrs
aId of Jacksonville spent from Cecil E. Crawford Jr. and Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m., and I week with their uncle and aunt,
his mother, Mrs. Autie honored Christmas Day with a ing, singing and dinner on the .
Bre'A'er'l Wednesday until Sunday with\: her your reporter and his wife. mid-week prayer meeting Wednesday family re-union. All her children -.1- Kenny Hall is spending a week I Mr. and :Mrs. Cecil Rowe.
Christmas grounds.Mr. .
I farents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Grif- Also attending the Clay'Electric at 730 p. m. with Douglas Brown. Gale and Jimmy Martin are
Arthur Green who Is in the grandchildren and great grand- and Mrs. W. E. Sapp of
fis. party at the Enlisted Men's Cl blast May the Lord be with each of I Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp and
Navy children were present for this Bob spending this week with their
spent from Thursday till Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.
: P. N. Crawford had as visitors; Monday were Mr. and Mrs. you during the coming year. JOY-I i I grandson Lynn were supperI
Sunday with his parents, Mr. and ous occasion. The setting for Stube and Douglas Parum. also of I I! of step-sister and her husband, Mr.
Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Otis Brewer. 'I guests of the W. E. Sapps
"Mrs. W. H. Green. onceinalifetime event took Gainesville, visited the G. L.
fTTYYYYYTYYYYYYYYYYYYYtHflrfRONN 1 and Mrs. Don Hughes of Jack.
Rudolph! Chism and family oftarke. Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins Gainesville.: Saturday.
i ace in the home of her daughter Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Williard Gaskins and family moved into their new : I sonvilb.:
Mrs. J. B. White. Mr. and Mrs.
'of Baker and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sapp and I t.
County visited his mother -
Misses YVorme and Petty Gas- home Friday night and dedicatedit ,
Freeman Crosby who served
Mrs.."Jean Gaskins, Saturday kins; of Jacksonville spent Christ to the Lord. Mr. and Mrs. Gas- ts returning to Ocala.
hosts with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Reddish -
evening.. mas holidays with their parents. kins- and their eight boys and 1 -.'
Mrs. Jcssis Lazenby is enjoyingher
By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy and son, Keith. Those attending i
Those spending Christmas Day I The large number visiting Mr! girls are all members of Evergreen' the dinner and enjoyingthe I stay and says she is going to T

with Mr, and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins end Mrs. Willie Reddish's home Church. Those attending the services -i a. .. 4 ....L.&AAA. day were Mr. and Mrs. W. do a lot visiting this week utccs4

and family were Mrs. WinnieWOOdarid i Sunday to Re- were; Rev. and Mrs. J. E.
i were see Granny Ralph, Loretta and Mrs.: Jan
Howdy Neighbors and a very M. Carmichael and sons Billy o9Pll1
'Mr, and Mrs. Herbert !I. becca Rosier [lone of the oldest Lingerfelt .of Middleburg, Rev. Meritt enjoyed Christmas dinner I
happy New Year to one and all. ard Douglas of Live Oak; Mr. and II
and Mrs. Maxie Wilkinson, Mrs. I
with the Harold Shivers.It .
Our Church Christmas programwas Mrs. L R. Carmichael of West
Mattie Wilkinson and two daughters held at the church Monday Palm Beach; Mrs. Delories Car- is time to say "Happy New I I k v
Rev and Mrs. Elzie Griffis
evening of last week. Records of michael and daughter. Sandra of Year" to everyone. I
and their two daughters. Homer
Christmas carols were enjoyed Jacksonville; Mr, and Mrs. L. M.
May Wanda Faye Shadd, Stanley
prior to the opening of the pro- Beach of Jacksonville; Mr and ) Thanks a million for
Crawford Rev and Mrs. Charlie L
gram. Our Pastor. Rev. Otis T. Mrs. S. T. Shultz and family of I
Redding and their two daughters,
Jones had charge of the Christmas Hamlet, N. C., and Mr. and Mrs. .
and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffis. I
activities making all the Archie Carmichael and family of Ea: s r Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Green have .5. being so swell in the
necessary introductions. Rev. Revieia: Beach. It will be a I I
also moved into their new home. .,
Jones also gave the scripture of Christmas long remembered by .r, .r>
The Evergreen Church is very
the Christmas story from the our community's most charming

Holy Bible by candlelight. Immediately lady Mrs. Minnie I Granny] Car- aV past !It t will be

following the scripture michael. ::.I--.S.- V.r

your old reporter's play, "Repentance Guess that's about all. May God '

.t 1y on Christmas Eve" was in- bless each of you as only He can .: 4

troduced. ao all year through. Bye now. { C1 .:: < fun serving

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and Santa entered full of -
cheer with presents and stockingsfull LONG BRIDGE, BestWis'hes you in the future !

4 cf goodies for all. A wonderful AND NEW RIVER

time was enjoyed by all pre-

sent. May I as the Program Director Mrs. R. F. Merrit '
Loads of luck health
take this opportunity to
publicly show my appreciation to

each one who took part in mak- and Azel Lavender are

ing our program a success. the proud parents of a baby girl and wealth to everyone !:!

Remember if you want to hear born Sunday, Dec. 28, weighing nr

preaching like you have never over 7 pounds. They are still the 4N

heard before come to Heilbronn struggling for a name. ,

Church and hear Rev.Otis. T. Joe and Clara Lazenbee and NY 148New

| Jones. You and your loved ones children were holiday guests of
Ring owl the oldl. are always welcome to any and tne Fronnie Crews family. GVolley

all services. There is no church Joe and Leslie Forsythe and YeCtr

May cheer and (joyrill like a country church. Come and family of Apopka were visitors of

'; the visit with us and see if you don't Sebber Moody and family. Starling's Grocery & Market

coming year agree. Don't forget Prayer Meet- Felton Moody was reported as
ing every Wednesday evening and being on the sick list this week.

for Our friends and choir practice every Friday even- We hope he is well again soon. Mr._ and Mrs.C. Starke, Florida

Edwards and Market ing. Both services start at 7:30: Joe Dowling of Jacksonville
Grocery all their K. Nasworthy
loved ones' p. stopped by to see Mrs. Rhoda

m.Mr.. and Mrs. Jackson of Gainesville Dowling pn his way to Ft. Myers. . ..

'visited Sunday with Mr" : Harold'Shiver\ and' family, accompanied -:: '" ,

Starke, Florida J. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby. by Mrs. Nan Merritt

LAWSON'SGrocery Keith Reddish and Bud Harley were Sunday visitors of Mr. and

& Market attended the big Gator Bowl Pa- Mrs. Ida Merritt of Palatka. t6-_. V-.> T--7. ..-*- -: : '. -:-'.-:;1C _. ....'.. :.- ,> !:: ""''. "" ".': !

rade in Jacksonville. Friday even- Mane Banks enjoyed the holidays of.{;. j.1i:2 ot31:

Starke, Florida I ing. with her parents and friendsin t
.- Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kelly and Tennessee.Mrs. :t.

------- family of Zephyrhllls visited with Edna Lavender was ; n,

Mr. Kelly's mother, Mrs. Annie Christmas guest of bier daughterand :; N. :;Oi WdD & 2 EOE; :!!.

-... Kelly, Christmas. : family, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. t '. .. 0 IJ lJ
Cook cf Jacksonville.Mr. a! r
My mother, Mrs. Maude Mott -
and Mrs. Richard Jones .... i
spent Christmas with her mother :;; ?

Mrs. J. M. Fralick and familyin and family 'were Sunday dinner ::1'. .: c ..,' ,,.:
Providence. guests, of Ralph and Loretta Mer- ; .'. Pi' 34a ;

Christmas guests of Mr. and ritt.George !
and Dottie Andersonleft ,I
Mrs. Ernie Johns were their ., -
Tuesday and returned Friday .
Mrs. Lois Henson and <<
from Atlanta where they spent oj. x C"F ,
I \ .7 son, and their son, Mr. and Mrs.
Christmas holidays with her fam-
Clifford Johns and family all of
% 1 i Jacksonville. ily.Mary ', H EATS 4
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Frances Dekle of Jacksonville 95Jftfl/J/
-' _' ;; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and is spending the holidays ;
w "daughters, Joyce and Judy, visited ,
with the M. Johns
J. family. They .
with Mr. Morgan's relatives in :
had a birthday party for M..L. -- __ .-

z White Springs, Christmas. Saturday night at the dance haltwith -."..,...'-,,'. ,,-.. ; S. J'i.r.

; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman of a nice crowd attending.We S -

Miami spent the Christmas holidays are all sorry to hear aboulFronnie's i---[ .
with their children and
bad luck. He broke his -- -
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,; i r many friends- the- community.. ankleand is in the University "+ !

Those attending the big Florida Hospital; at Gainesville, but reported .
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and Miss game Saturday at the doing well. ,
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Mr.and Mrs. Harold Norman 'and Dowling, Aunt Julia Starbird s-- ,....... =
.i their guests Mr and Mrs. Rich Donnie Crews and Donna Hopper ,
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agL I George Shuford. They report 'a \Mr. aid Mrs. Gurney Crews.
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wonderful time although Florida Aunt Julia is to spend a few days

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St. Mark's iscopdRev. ,f'w #Y..Y". wells visited Mrs. H. H. Coleman daughters had Christmas', with sur'yschM: at iDa. m. In the i ;rEurclrrs:}j of your c 1oicc.

in Gainesville. Terrie celebratedher dinner! with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Deacon Clarence Williams; Supt. This gioup is interticnormnaiiroal

Raymond c. .MacB1ala BROOKER!! llth birthday. of Worthington Springs.Mr. in charge. He is asking all parents and open to all. The VduU elncitoon : -

Sunday Services-9:45 a.rn., :Mr. .and Mrs. S. H. Deloach of and Mrs. Van Dyke Taylor to turn over a new leaf -in : phase inclnues sxtal studies

I : CHURCH NEWS Church School; 11:00 ajn, Morning By Barbara Sue Davis! Jacksonville spent Christmas day and daughter of Orlando had sup- the new year and bring their children taught by Mrs.B.Lcwlon! and

\1 Prayer and Sermon. with Mr. and Mrs. Blair. ,per with the Warren Mizelle family to Sunday School and send o. R. !shell.; A. wflllaas report f.

\ (: Holy Communion First SUn- .a..A.............. Byron Ccmwen and son of Tallahassee Thursday night. them so they will arrive on time. New bethel Baptht.Cn&rlh

U kiu day, 11:00 a.m.; Tilra Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood and spent Friday with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Ryon and The next regular choir rehearsal New'Bethel Baptist-Cturch Rev.A. .

7:30 ajn. son.Craig. visited the W. E. Big- and Mrs. Elair. two daughters spent Thursdayand will be held on Wednesday. Jan. S.Vmson. pastor-WU1 hold

Wednesday-'7:00: p.m. Choir ham family Sunday. Craig is Mr. and Mrs. Elton Douglas of Friday night with the War- 7. at 7 p. m. at Jenkins Elemen- ccmbined Watch Night -Servicis

At The Tabernacle Methodist. Church Practice; 7:45: p.mLitany and spending this week with the Big- Lake Butler spent Christmas day ren Mizelle family.Mr. tary. All old members and per- on New Years Eve. All churches

I i Bible Study. hams. with Mr. and Mrs. Blair. Miss and Mrs. Allen ,Lewis of sons wishing to join are urged to in the community have been Invited -

Sunday services at the Gospel Sunday Church School for I ,Polly Douglas stayed with the Gainesville spent!' Saturday and att nd. You do not have to go to | to participate with their

I Tabernacle were climaxed by a all ages 9:45: a. m.; Morning I First Christian Church Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee, Jr. Blairs until Sunday.Mr. Sunday night :with Mrs. Amanda this i church. you can learn the II II membership. Joan Jenkins re-
I W. E.
of Jacksonville: visited the
I missionary! speaker at the evening Worship 11 a. m.; MYF. 6 p. in.; .I i Wednesday night. and Mrs. Warren Mizelle Lewis. scngs with them and sing them porter.
Bigham family
Evenin Worship, 7:30 m.
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I hour. Miss Edith R. Evans of1:',There is a nursery for small chil- Morning. J. E.worship Sherwood, 11 ajn.RCT. pastor. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham. Sr. ..T.WTW.WT.TWTTTT..TWWT.TWWW.WWWWTWWWWTtTWWWTWWWTNEWS 1% n.nnTIT ID\ ('01 RT. l\ \\0 FOR BRtDFOUDtOt'cr. FLOftITOrsTOV -

I Washington D. C. representing dren and a Junior Church at Sunday School, 10 a.m. of Lakeland spent Wednesday OF I INTEREST '(0 COLbfcED AT LAW0..

the Friends of Israel group. She]I, each Sunday morning service. Youth Churcn, 7 p.m. through Sunday with the W. E. BRADFORD' CORPOnXTIoX.TEXAS a GAS corporation.AM OIL ))

Tuesday Prayer group sponsored I Bigham. Jr. family CITIZENS OF COUNTY rvtitionrr.
: gave an informative discusion. : cf I Wednesday Prayer Meeting, ) .\\JF. n.n
I by the WSC3 in Fellowship 7:30 Mrs. W. F. Bushloper and cnil-] j -"t ? ) :>OTirK OK COMJKMVATIO
I the Jewish situation and con j I p.m.Adult I L. I* LEACH *t al ) .,
Hall 9:30: a. m. dren of Green Cove Springs dined By Ozora J. Shell ft'ndilntO.! ) '
firmed the study of the times in I Choir practice, 6:45: pjn. IX 1''Po..nlt: ('F AND CT THt; AtTHORlTT TUB TATE Ol
Wednesday Story Hour for Wednesday. with Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis ass.s..s..a.s..s.Eastern .. a a PI.omo.\
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hich we are living. : the Primary age group, 3:30: p. m. Ladies Council, lat and 3rd Saturday night. 1 TO wiifoi IT 11.\\ CO.VCEUN. and:

Prayer meeting 7:30 m. Susie Bushloper of Green Cove lleorines Of Jerico refreshments were delicidus at the '
p. Tuesday nights.Everybody .
I II I Parrel Onaer 1.MI..r.. E..t; ..
I Thursday Chancel Choir rehearsal welcome to each Spiings is spending the remaining The first meeting for Ruth last meeting. County Supt. H. P. '. .,

II in sanctuary. 7:30 p. m. service. holidays with her grandparent', Court No: 18 in the new year will Morgan.gave some interesting observations 1nni.If l>a.-h. Albert P. Lrach. & None' $Zh.'"

II I Mr. anl Mrs. N. J. Davis. be held on Wednesday Jan. 7, at on the Bond Issue and Lwn U Iearh. all of UPI>. inir-
Our morning worship is broadcast I ham. Missouri
: Ott K. Leach &
I over WRGR each Sunday CIIURCH OF GOD Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Daavis and the ,Masonic Hall on Brownlee promised to help us to realize a.. wtfp. Laura K J..ach.tarkf'.

from 11:30 til Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng scn of Gainesville and Mr. and Street at the usual hour. Most dream wine true with referenceto Fla_ Blanche U Carpntfr and .
I Worship 11 a. m. Sunday Mrs. W. A. Davis and children of Ancient Matron Sophia Royal is a gymnasium. He made it cry- IBOOI h3; "band.Market Raymond St.. Hannibal Carpenter., Miwuri. !!"-

I WANTED Clean Cotton Rag, Evening Service, 7:45 p. m. YPE Waldo had Christmas dinner with asking: all members to please be stal clear however that class- & Kuhy L. HorM and hus

No Pants, No Shirts" Must Be Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m.. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis. present and fail not. She has rooms must and will take prece- May\ioi band. C.lar.iw. Mi-omuri:Marnt.& Ernest RFt"')..

: Clean. Bradford County TeleJjaph. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dyal and stated that all members failing to 'ence. eah and Wife. Margaret Lra.-h.
attend will be dealt with accord- I>avtona p.'a.h. Kla.. sole heirs
LAWTCY son of Lake Worth visited the L. Andersen Junior High School of L. L. Leach dcreayed;

Sunday Schoo. 10 a. m. Morn L Dyal family over the holidays. ing to the law. Business of vital will open the basketball season

I I I IT"4 ing Worship 11 a. m. YPE Serv- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dyal and importance must be transacted as with Bryant Academy girls and : pany Franklin a corporation.Lumber & Uaaket ComSonO JZ ii.Vtl

I ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. son. Lavern. visited Mr. and Mrs. we begin the new year. Several of boys on Jan. 12. The game had to Micano|>.r. Florida

W H. Sorrells of Jacksonville our members are on the sick list be postponed because of wet
./ I 3 W Mfc"n Smith and rJolme w. (I) The Equitable MfeAssurance hiO.h
.. da ltfiJ HAMPTONCHRISTIAN Christmas day. and must considered at this court before Christmas. Coaches !Smith his! wife, Society of.l'.
I meeting. Amandalene Chandler. I Starke. Florida K. 3 U ?th 'tve.'ew
Mr. Mrs. Arthur Kelley of
CHURCH : and Johnson. Moore and Anderson are
h "Sorry 1'.1 i lust !ioined< the : York. X. Y. mortRaBe
Christian Endeavor! Friday 7.M Sarasota visited Mr. and Mrs. C. rpnnrtpr' going all out for honors in the dated 5-7-Jt. '-.recorded .'

nwdy, tool" p. m. Bible Study Wednesday. : S. Kelley over the holidays.Mr I I Star Meeting junior high division of interscholastic porurln In Book :;. P.. U T.
? repayment st
cut of 7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship : .and Mrs. Steve Kelley of : Dell Chapter 6'il1 meet on basketball. 11 So.oon. 'a
Things are '
; 11 a. 7n. Evening Worship, Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs..:I Thursday. Jan. 8 in the Masonic The legular meeting of the PTA 42) Equitable < Life Aaur. -
when the Christmas sea Soc of, l;. S.. sameaddress.
7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m C. S. Kelley during the holidays.Mrs. Hall on Brownlee Street. Worthy -Hobby Club! will be held each : mortfrKe "dat-

son becomes the cause of financial R. F. Gano spent a week: Matron: Janie S. Mitchell is ask- second Tuesday during the year. ed 5-7-56 recorded<< In
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burden rather CHURCH OF CHRIST at Swan' Lake visiting Mr. and ing all members to please be pre Linwood Crawford is president. lug repayment of $150.OflO. .-

P time of 'Peace on Earth, Good C. I.. Overturf Jr.. Minister Mrs. Ovid Gano and returned sent and on time. The agenda is Mrs. S die Clark loyal patron .

Will Toward Men.' The greatest Sunday Sunday School 10a. home Friday. full of important matters that and her family are well >on the 'Pox(3) Rayonler.:5. Fernandln Tnc. P. 0.

joy of Christmas does not m., morning service 11 a. m.. Mrs. Crowl and daughter. Maary must be transacted at this meet- way to setting up a new home Beach, Florida. any

: come from the giving and receiving evening service 6:30 p. m. of Largo. Lamar Hall of Hamp ing. Worthy Patron Damon Dellic after complete destruction by"tire. Under right title CC-yar: er interest leans

cf lavish presents, I, Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. ton. Edward and Jean Endicott i: expected to be present. Calling Many thanks to c community da'rd_A t_ 12-21-S..tI__ fl.bfl record-

but in helping those less for- I,I m. Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis of Gainesville all members of the chapter from friends for all gifts fcnd express- "P.'u' 2"1'%. *"
Mrs. Amanda Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Starfce Lake Butler and Ratford!! Ions.
tunate than ourselves.Sunday .4 Foster !Shi mlth and )Mary Anne Kayonler. Inc.. P. O. n.ni.I'
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Tom Markey. and Mr. and Mrs. Bertis Robinson reporter. Wateroak School Smith hi!* wife. Box 729 Fernandina

CHURCH Allen Lewis of Gainesville had Fiesta Club Wateroak School will open with itarkFlorida Reach. .'F1orlda. any
School 9:45: A.M.
I Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morning Christmas dinner with Mr. and The Fiesta Club held its annual r..t least 60 youngsters. the maJority right, a title lease or Interestnder dated

Morning! Worship II .\.M.: Worship 11 a. m.; Evange- Mrs. Malcolm Lewis and family. Christmas party at the Green: being pre-school age. Par- 12-21-51, recorded In

Training Union; 6:15 T.M. lisUc services. 7:30 p. m. Mrs. S. M. Mott gave a dinnerto Leaf Club in Putnam Hall. where ents are urged to continue to Misc. Book 20. P. 27.

: I Wednesday Prayer. Meeting celebrate Albert Motfs 29th John L. Flowers is proprietor. The support this program which is designed 5 P ,D. ReddiMi and Bath Reddish. None nU.lI!
hi' wife .
Evening. Woshrip" 7:30 T.M. 7:30p.m. birthday. Those present for the members and guests in attendance to assist working mothers. P. O. Kox 325 5.

PRAYER MEKTINC; : occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur included: President and Mrs. Principal M. E. Roberts and her 207 Broadway

f Wednesday 7:30 1".". I l'Hardy NEW RIVER Addison and daughters of Clarence DeSue Mr. and Mrs. staff entertained the pupils' and Starke. Florida ,

'I BAPTIST CIIURCH Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Mike John Covington. Mr. and Mrs. patrons with a delicious turkey 6 Benjamin SnMow and Anna usxon Z."

Madison Street Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship -I Tilghman and daughters. and Mr. James Dean: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer dinner during the pre-Christmas low P. O.his Box wife JOOJMarke -

Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv.ve and Mrs. Pasco Mott and childrenof Shell. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Graham period and had a carol concert. Florida; and

Baptist Church Brothers 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eaa Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Mor- Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Marshall. Sr. The guest included Mrs. N. L.Pullum. New:2!" Fort York-32 Washington, :\. Y. Are.

I Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. ris Ray Carltcn of Fairbanks. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clark Mr. and music teacher of Starke
7 "'''.I''r Shi Smith and Mary Anne None IZiO.Of
((900 Block W. l\Iadison..St. Motor Company Rev. Wade Thomason and son of Mrs. Leroy Long Mr. and Mrs. and vicinity. Smith 11 ill.,wife
'I Am PARK BAPTIST High Springs and Mrs. R. F. William Holland Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Training School Starke. Klgrida.

J. H.. Mary\ Jr. Pastor I Starke Florida Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn Gano.A Columbus Brooks of St. Petersburg Hampton -Training will open :and to: all person or parties having; Parcel 4 (Foster fcht Smith. and
I ing Worship 11 a. m. Training family reunion was held at guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry with approximately 40 pupils in or claiming any right. title interest Mary Anne Smith, his wife *l

-I Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Worship i the home of Mrs. Mary Willis in Young. grades 1-2-3. Principal M. Taylor I and estate in Iho mortgage**. rertain or )other ar-I1s of lien land to A an'trip' of land fifty feet In wIn

7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer Bell on Christmas Day. -Those Food choice as entree included really had a fine play entitled !ituate in Bradford County.: Florida, I extending IS feet' northerly and :3a
; 7:30 hereinafter descrilxd.together. with feet southerly ifroat the 1bllowtnj
Service Wednesday p. m. I present were: Mr. and Mr" Albert country styled southern fried "The Christmas That Almost
all unknown pprOnnlll! claiming t>y. d'crih.d survey line and :tra\"t'rIlII\Jr
FIRST BAPTIST Everyone welcome. Willis. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Register !: chicken oysters. or shrimp with Was Not." The pupils had been through and under known perrons the E'9f ?er, ,, TI $, K 21 E.
Church -- Starke who are dead. and who are not the S,% of the SWT; 'f',1 Ke0. 10. T 7
Frank Kelley all, the Appropriate well trained and
Mrs. trimmings splendid
Mr. and gave a Known to l>e dead or alive.WHBHRAS. S. n 21 K, and the X'4 of Sec. IS,
HIGHLAND ef Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Or- holiday music completed the set- ,performance. The program was HOVSTON TKAAS T 7 s'. K 21 t:. Bradford Coont).
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor BAPTIST CHURCH GAS AND OIL CORIVRATIOX, a Florida more partlcufarly Described
lando Philman and family and ting for a delicious meal and a held at Macedonia Baptist corporation has fined It* Petition In as follows. to-wit
Jefferson and Court Streets In the of Sunday School P:45 a. m Miss Carolyn Philman of Gaines- wonderful fellowship. Other invited Church Rev. Johnson pastor read eminent domain proceedings In the Beginning at a point In the ea9aIoe :
Heart Town Morning Worship. 11 a. m. 'and entitled Court against! the line of the N'2 of. said Sec. 16. Ml-1
ville and Mrs. H. Sullivan included Principal the Christmas Story from the
Mr. J. guests
p .rl"1J.8 whose names and places of point being 1330 feet southerly a art
Phones: Office \\VO 1-6801 Pastorium WO 9-2301 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each and family cf Brooker and Mrs. and Mrs. Eddie Thompkins and Bible and offered prayer. A large residence are hereinatvore set forth along raid line from- the northeastcorner
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. being the defendants. such cause, thereof: and ninnlnjc thenc
of Bell. and Mrs. Willie Green. of attended the
Hazel Hart and children Mr. patrons
group and wherein the. said ,iPetlttonerneefcs Ji 7S degrees il minutes .W -a distance
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A. I.- 7:30 P.M. George Chism pastor. Everybody Twenty-nine were present for the Other features of the party included program and many useful gifts to condemn an estate In the: of XIH feet to Its pofnt of
described .as lexit In th- line the. SJCVi! of
welcome. following properly west o$
festive occasion. I remarks by the president were received by the teacher and set forth in the Petition filed In Sec. !t. T 7 S R 21 B.
Sunday School 9:45 A.l\I. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. Logan Sullivan of Toledo. Ohio ':'fcleiFsul? by Ozora Shell. Santa pupils. said cause so that the same may Being lands owned by Foster Mhl!
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Names tip o!.ed for right of way purposes. Smith and Mary Anne Smith hlwife. .
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A LATTER DAY SAINTS and Henry! Sullivan of Atlanta. Claus by William Holland. Thurston School and all incident thereof for the .-:arke. Fiorfda, and .Josie It.
Ga.visited J. H. Sullivan Friday had been exchanged and very use- Thurston School will open with location and construction! of natural Smith, wltf...... tarke. Florida. bf'-
Services each Sunday m old gas transmission pipelines tv-wit: log identified as Line- List l o. 4-
night while enroute to Clewiston.Mr. ful gifts were received by members approximately 50 children in
FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Masonic Hall E. Call St. Sun Parcel I (Annie Leach & other nnAD-I .
on and Mrs. Tom Steele of of the club. The first meet- grades cne through four. Mrs. S. heir of L. L. Leach deceasedaforenamed Parcel 5 f P. I). Reddish and Ruth

AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH day School 10 a. m. Sacrament Vero Beach visited the Earl Green ing in 1259 will be held at the C. Price principal. Mrs. D. B. ) width i iA :, I>""",". his niCe)
Service 6:30 wel strip of. land fifty fet In i A strip of land fifty feet lit width
p. m. Everyone family and Earnest Edwards family home of Harry Young. All members Jackson, assistant. The regular extending 15 feet northerly and 30 extending: 15 f..t. northerly and J3

:i come. through the holidays.Mr. are urged to attend. Electionof meeting of the PTA will be held feet southerly from. the following feet southerly from the followingdetivnbcd
survey line and traversing described line and travuslnA-
and Mrs. R. M. Vickery and officers will be held. Ethel on the third Monday night to the SWV: of the !SW'S of $.'e.: S.| the SK'i of surrey the :iW'i and a part or1'o"n"hlp
The perfect tribute to f \ j jf EVERGREEN children of DeFuniak Springswere Young reporter. each month during the year. Mrs. T Sonth. Han!!;" Zl Ka"t. i the SW'i of the SK'J of .Sec. 2*. T
BAPTIST CHURCH Bradford County. Florida more particularly I 5; S, K 21 K. Bradford (County Florida -
cherished the weekend guests of the American Legion AuxiliaryThe Louiza Brown is president and is df'llC'rtl..d a* follow to- described a,
a more particularly !
memory School I .
Sunday 10 a. Preach
m. Earl Green family.Mr. regular meeting Of Unit 314 counting on each patron for Attendance wit: follows towItginning
ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 and Mrs. Hoyth Horn of of Starke will be held at RJE in and cooperation. Word \?' line pf at the a point SW'. In of thp.vp"4 thel Beginning at a point In tIre ralltsw'

Every funeral that we conduct p.> m. Preaching 7:3? p. m. Prayei Gainesville were Saturday guestsof rocm 9 on Sunday. Jan. 4. at the' comes that the Phillips family is ; of laid ui.st'C'"tlon'. feet more. saId or'' line!O..I" of th". 6.SI Nftf of point th' being S\Vl.. It of!

is a source of sustaining Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. In. Mrs. Effie Hodge. t usual hour. 2 p. m. President L.I doing fine in Decatur, Hl> I.OO point! norUIt"rly hpllljt along laId Un"! feet lIOuth..rly and along IIIld line

solace! and .spiritual) inspiration Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Green and M. Royal is asking old and new It's A Boy from the and :oouthwf'lt runn.n! henee corner S :i .from- running the Horth-ast thence corner S; il .d.gree.tnereofnd :
to the family. ( CHRIST family spent Saturday night in members to please be present. She Very early the morning after i6 degrPa. 111 mlnu'11 t; a dlll- I' Oct mlnott" W a dllltanC't' nl aU4Jant

3 (presently meeting in City Hall Baldwin. They attended the is hoping .that .with the new year Christmas day Dec. 26.Jessie Mae of 1435 feet to Us point fJf I i lint"r..t. nf to Its the.P point: '\of of..1IIt the In 8W'.4 the wePt of

.Hundreds of details are managed and economically Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m.. funeral of R. C. McDermin which we will turn over a new leaf in Sewell became the proud motherof of I"xit the in th.SUM.' tallt or line.of,. the... .iW S. %.. SM:4.. l' .; ;. n :1 I;. .
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11 a. Peing lands owned hy
worship in.EveningYoung
attended to that only a trained and careful Bible was held Monday afternoon. the attendance book and no members -I another bouncing baby boy. ri "-. by USec. L. lA"am'" dish and Ruth .ltt'd.'llIh.' II.wlf". ..
people's The young people of New River will be marked absent. Commander She was under the medical care .nd If an,... nout :';0 I, p, O. P.n :r.a.: mi J.rolldwaT.r.ot
organization can perform when the urgent need 7 7:30. PlwUe. FI'rld and Identified a.
study, ; preaching. Church invited the young people Julius Royal is also ask- cf Drs. Felos and Barry. Mother 2-;: (". !!''tark. 'Iorlda. and I.ll't No. :.: PRAD-14-

for serving is at hand.DeWITT Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 I j:i icf Breoker to accompany them.on the men of the Post to ''attend the and son ere doing fine and tire at identified'7;. as Line- List No. t.tiAl'1.lne I'I Parcel 5 (lwnJamln- SoaIoW: a..1t

p. m. a caroling outing Monday night., regular meeting at RJE. home to friends at her residenceat Parrel 2 Franklin Lumber ft I Anra of fuolnv; land i'tfi"f"i his wife) in width
C. JONES Radio programStation Basket (-.... a corporation) I A strip
I About 20 young people piled into 'B akeItafI RJE 1122 Pine'Street in Reno. She A strip of land fifty feet In width extending 15 fe'!t northerly and 23.:
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE 5VRGR, ),I'' 1day, 6:3p: a. m. two pick-up trucks and went about RJE Tigers, will open the new i? a m"mber of Antioch Baptist xtnding! 15 f...-t northerly and. Ji feet southerly from the foltewin"eet '
from the follo\1luqdeacri1ll'd 81 surrey line and trawrslwr1escril
PHONES: "0 4.2600VO 4-2610 GRAHAM the country-side. .singing.. .year .by playing Middleton HighS I Church and the soloist.in the southerly>* We furnish the highest type service at lowest and I Refreshments were served by Beverly hOOI ir Crescent City on''Monday choir. She alS-1) siriss'j with a Rai- the:N'i .f the NK% ; the SW '.. !' the XEU of the SW'. : SE'4 .f tlM
prices, accept BAPTIST CHURCH of SEU XW'; and .SWt of NW 4 .f 10C.
ANY life insurance policy In force, ksued by ANY company, as Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning I Green later in the evening. Jan. 5. This is a class "B" I ford quartet and is the sister o' 'f.f,.thE'Sec.=;C. ,T and$ S.S\V H 1J K. the Bradford 1.. T 7 S R 22 t;, Bradford County.Bounty .
After refreshments a few games team and a victory will' help in a I Deacon Willie Green of New FlorIda more particularly : Florida more partlcmJafly tfeacrtbealeMrii
payment in part or in full on funeral ben-ices. Consultation>> Worship, 11 a. m. Training .rd as follow to-wit: i| as follow" t".-wlt: .
6:30 Worship i! were played: then. weary but hap- championship possibility. Charles Bethel Baptist Church and MaltieCovingtcn at a point In the w BeginninK' at a point in the west
carries no Union : p. ro- "Jvening -' Teginning I .
obligation. py. everyone departed for home. J&ckson and his family are in the of Calvary Church.We ': V ihe jrEi; of Mid Se('. U..lline.of the above drscTlbea ProperTid
1:30 m. Rev. Billy Bryant 1*. Paid 'pclht -
p. In S ;
pastor. I Ten young people gathered at city for the holidays and will be will be glad to have the beautiful *and along point said I..nar line 1282 from Iti.uTherIY the north- ty inB sltnate IK? f....t northerly along ultt

the G. W. Davis home Tuesday on deck rooting and tooting for voice ha.kith us socn. west f-- .m.T thereof and running'west' line from the southwest cor-
1. for informal get4ogether. the since Johnny Jackson Church News IhiTrfe &.7S ..'.tlrOOf'II. II minutes b: ner thereof and running thefl4.4lManfe
night an Tiger
LOCAL MANAGER FOR St. Edward's Catholic Church I .. f>fU 110 ,Vet to Its point Fnnth U degrees. 41 tntrmf* Bdl : ..&
Refreshments of ho chocolate; lite brother; 'is.t lan outstanding! New Hope Baptist Church .f exit In the'Kast line of the M* am-e of 551: feet tirlf point of
Starke, Florida I 3:*. T X It IS hBeing. exft In th. South line of tHe >Hf
cookies served. Rev. NE'. nf.Sec
candy. and *ere player on the team. We 'expect I New Hope Baptist Church. tf the K
T 1 14.
Sunday Mass at 10 a. m.Holyday land owned by Franklin '" fhe 8\\1. Of Se.14.
&, Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Petry lot bijger and better things from'Pint" i''L.I W Mcsley past r. will have Timber & "".k-t Co.. a corporation.Mlranopy. 22, E.Being. .
t Masses at 8:30 a. m. : :
Jim Gainesville had Christmas dinner Kyler Moore.- Long and j their Cnristmas program and treeon Florida and Identltfed all land nwn'd by HenjamtnSuslow
Walter I' wife.Stark .
I hiS
Corp."World's 5:30: p. in.Weekday. I List'N 4-BUAD-2. and Anna
Mass at 800a.: m. 1(with the M. O. Harrell family.Mr. others during the came. Crescent \,!, Dec. 31. which is Watch night arftI.Ine i f\\'. hogan smith, and--j I T",,ji 1>'-'3. *. Florida and %J$
and Mrs. Fred Wilson and .City wm}invade Starke fore a This news was released last weekI K .lin. W.. hi-i wife) | Fort "hington A'" New YorKA Lilt
Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 .re-I[' sfrrp of land fifty feet in width32| jf. T. and identified All LIB*
m. I I I jon of Fort Lauderdale were Sat- turn game on Jan. 16. The ]I, by Sister Leola Morris; but reached xtcndinc 15 feet northerly and *. %?. 4-BP.AT: .
P. urday night guests of Mr. and enral public is invited to attend ]:I the oifice too late for publi- eel !sontherly from the following' parcel 7 f Fost "r >hl Smith 5.4eecrib.d
Largest Home Builders"WILL Baptisms marriages and Instructions 'I line and trareretflgMary Anne Smith his wile>
by Mrs. Guy Harrell and family. all of these games. We hope rain t t cation. AH churches in the comI be XWt,survey and the EH, of the !'K% ) A strip of land fifty feet rn.wldth:
appointment. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Tim Rogers will not cause the games to be munity were invited to participate .f Sc II. T 7 S. K 21 K and th I ,. 7 S. It :n.} from the following
I .' the SW, of Sec T f-, wonthefly
BE IN STARKE IIEILBRONN MliS/OKABY daughter. Merlee, of Daytona postponed. I I in the Welch night services wilier- ':. Bradford County Florida morei *.!lC'rl1-d stirrer line and traversing

,BAPTIST CHURCH I Beach and Miss Lily Uoyd trf Many ThanksI"is j I[ will be 1eld lifter the program. L articolarly describedowlf as follows.Heglnning i r>V S ri"i n of 22 f K... $Bradford Wof S Co C. ntr.21..aid .

Trenton spent the holidays with better to have tried and ;, Morris. reporter T drMrlWd
Sunday s hoor. icr a. m. Morn ,I at a point In the West Florida more particnfarty
EACH THURSDAYAT ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening the Rogers family. failed than never ?to have i I' Alien'Chanel AME Church 'P. nf the X" ', of said. iie.tlon W.I all fol1qWII. to-.It: "

Worship 7:30 p. nu Training I Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mott and tried at all." We are deeply grateful -I Allen Chapel A. M. E. ChurciRev. ..nd,id along point said being line M from feet the northerly sotfthst .",?Vo'ltlnnltu. 'et tit"'(, at XEL a,point of the In the HW I i west Of

Union* (Sundays) 6:30 p..m. Mid two sons have returned home' to the visiting committee on I I L. A. Sampson 'Pastor11' ...! corner ther...,f: and running: S Sf'C. 21. said point beMuc said iiI HZ..
arid ( now' 'Christmas Contest forI service' -*. d.gr.p.! "l: minntes K a distance ,...t southerly and along
week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday from the Philippines are Lighting hold regular communion 'f :44 feet to it* point of exit in from the northwe tornT'tht1Ie -
7:30 p.m.TITWAY.. at: RevHR., .I9?tts, ,I the'honorable mention given to en Sunday starting with Sunda sonth line of ihe XWH of iv.i ,.,: and running tb.fl4P :4 'ii drl'''i>.
STARKE HARDWARE CO. Kenneth Mott of Pensacola was us. Elmer and Ozora Shell. "If at School at 10 a. m. Love Feast ai t '. T 7; S. R 21 K: continuing on T minutes F.'a "Jlltl"f USS feet line
he same hearing and re-entering to It_ J'I 'nt of exit l In 'hI' NIt
CHAPEL the holidaay .guest of Rev. and. first you dont succeed try try 11 a. m. Evening services at 6 p .>e subit. property at a point in I nf ,i,. E'" nf the SW' of 8c.
12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. ASSEMBLY 'OP 'GOD Mrs. H.'H. Mott. ai in." wfll be'our "motto. m.. at which time the Rob Eucharist ... west line nf the KH of tn* !, ES" *J. T ?'S. Tt TS owned E. by -Foefer. to:1
.f see. ". said point being 151' feet p..ln l: lands
G. M. Osboroe, Pastor Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nettles and School News will be administered b' nor or I.O.! northerlr. and along Smith and brT Ann Smith Ills

Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning family spent time days ta Wan- 'AD Schools in the county will I the pastor. Many of our steP ..!d line from the sotithwest corner 1nlntite wife .StarV, .. FlorWa V BRnXW.Tor and ld attfl. -,dt
hereoffhenc South 7 4 degrees. TJ W t Q. -
Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic chula_ with Mr; arid Mrs. 'S. K. oPen n'J n. 5. Parents are urgedto I members 'hate' Improved that WF Kast*a di.t nce of 141* feet .ANT Ju-n: OK tor. AKV'

Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday Sessions. have'pupiLs leave home in or- mentioned last wetfc. We did no' ,, It. point "f exit in the B..t Hn. JfEnT.'t'T rn"mAXntn to) "'" and
For aU Ca-
AppointmentsCa11JACKSONVILLE "T t"1:'. of Section In and before the
weekly prayer service. Invita- R. A., Nettles spent two days frPcmpano / dw to arrive on time. PTA will be! irtctnch? -Skier 'BeSsfe Lee. one o' T f 7;the S.F.S R %1 i:. and contlnntng on cult appear Co'irt on the lth day of Fb

tion extended to everyone. on market business.Mr. held at RJE Wednesday Jan. 7. our faithful members. who ha same fArlnean" r.-.ntrlfllf n,arT A.D>:5*. to xhnvr whiit hihe -
EV 7-1141 Collect .. puhe.-t .rn.'t" at 11 point in 'f"N't011 hare in said propertr and
and Mrs. H. H. Coleman"of wnfch i is the regular'' meetinz been 'hut.In for SE'"lTIlweeks .h h.. wet lire of the sK'i of tne.t(> show 'lIn- why It should not
NORTH SIDE Gainesville. Rev. and Mrs. L. L. time. President Levy Lennon will We ask all members to pray forI -cl. of *.-r !1 T 7' S R 21 t:. saldih, taken for the o"'" s" or STARKE WO 4-5311 ....1'" l-Jnr 1*22 feet."more or 1f'01I'1! | -t forth in said Petition or riSe
,BAPTIST: CHURCH Parker' and Glenda ,Mrs. Shirley be in charge or vice president De- I her speedy recovery and remember .,/>rfliertT and alnnr MM line from k_ K.r.MlTS -
Sunday SchooL 10 a. m. Morning Overturf and two daughters of Sue, if he cannot attend due to I her with cards and other RIfts -h. II.ta..t pnrner thereof: tllt"n". WITXESSof : m1' hand and the) seal
... mlnulf'11 taOt! paid Conti thIa %3rd day of 11t-
Worship, 11 a. In. Training Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sowell working hours. All patrons are ?t this season" of the year. E. J. dl"tanN-'h d..i.01 of 'II f-t to tt" point "" "''''1' A pf "i .

"If It's A Quality Home !Union 6:&, p. m. Evening Wor and family and Mrs. J. H. So'en's 'asked to attend' this'meeting. Givens, reporter. ....'1 hi ,.... .:a't liftf' of iic' of (COlTtT SEAM ,
'h", SWt r,f s i .r. !f T 7 8.- K Zl K.rr ( '.SLF5 \. D" RT.
ship, 7:30 ". m, >Prayer MeeUnpWednesda" r '\\ mother were guests .of Mr. Mrs. !fPauhne :Marshall, chairman -, Antioch Baalist Church ;; ''tI1'If i-onntT FiorwtaP'nr (1.rn of ,h. nTCultoort .t

), 7:30 p. m. Everyone z nd Mrs. J. H. Sowells for Christmas of the entertainment committee Antioch Baptist Church Rev.iPore l I..n" owned hy W. Hogan Rrlld'nnf 'nl1ntT. Florida. '
ff A Jim 'Walter Home <:;,.,.,1" 21.,1 l'",l.l.e W'hi, w'P'1, 1'1'' .r i Msmn: : L, f"rc"Y"
.. .\\elrome.Re. H. R. Carter, dnner.Sanra hss done wondrfol iob ( Lee ,Pastor will hold regular MertflflM 1 --t1:.
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b t -I- _. Pastor. Terrie, and James So in storing her committee. The'and service on Sunday, starting: Line List Xo. 4-BRAD-ll. IS and K.I 1-1 4t 1.UIT




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