Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 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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Official County Publication Established In 1879

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r w rte'- I Pecan Prices Council Opens {i In Lawtey DisputeCharges

i i.. II I Given Boost Bids- On New t Leveled

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',' ',' ,' Drier better quality nuts nearness -I I I Bids for a new city well and

,' ',' .. :, :. of the holidays, and a trucein pump to be installed at the site ofi
6 4 the steel strike were factors the f' elevated water tank were i, ZIfi

Reigning over the Homeroming festhitie last presented to the rapacity crowd of spectator' in contributing to strengthen' prices!!r' p 'ned by City Council Tuesday a letter to Mayor Charles R. Shuford of Lawtey. dated -

Friday i is Queen Ruby Lee dllbn..onith( flowers) pre-game aridities that also honored fathers" of bt the second pecan auction "sale;)';I|nliht and turned over to ArthurS. Nov. 12. A. R. Jones, president of Peninsula Motor Club

and her maids (IrIar) )" Noegel' Flora :Made, and the Tornado :Squad. held Nov. 12 at the Starke State.' Cooper of Reynolds Smith and of Tampa said he would not attempt to tell the mayor how-

Kathleen 'un\\3) The Queen and her Court Mere Farmers Market.: :!''Hills city consulting engineers. to enforce traffic laws in his! city, but would offer some suggestions -
Overall average paid: Nov. 12\for checking. of with this
in the light our experience type
was 33 1-2 cents per pound as I Necessity for checking derives :f4" J '
of problem} in other areas through the years:
compared with 28.9 cents at the!Ifiom I the fact that several alter- ;r v

opening[ sale on Nov. 5. :inate bids.were included along with i Jones and Hampton Dunn the

9 =' Total volume offered on Nov.Itt, ) base bid which, calls for apimp I Mayor rJub's director of public relations

12 was 23.686 pounds which! and 12 inch well of approximately Replies last week made a survey of traffic

tt brought growers from eight 600-feet depth. Since it is A. J. Thomas. Jr. To EditorialMr. violations and tickets issued by

t counties a gross of $7,945.16.The impossible: to tell at what depth i r Laxify Marshal Mitchell Brown

ij .:. t season's total sales now' water will be found in the needel ANNOUNCESA. I after receiving complaints from
( : : I member motorists who had been
grade and E. L. Matthews. Editor
quantity; and because
stand at 68,416 pounds with a ,
d : 4q { rasf return to growers of 2064828. i manufacture' of materials is sped- J. Thomas Jr., Starke attorney .Biadford County Telegraph topped in Lawtey for violations.In .

w Price range on some of the 1 icd, this base laid does not neces- this week announced his i Starke.. Florida his letter to Mayor Shuford.

i leading varieties at the second(I'arily represent the final cost of candidacy for State Representativefrom I, Jones listed" the following 'obser-
Mr. Matthews: r:tlio :
the histallation. There may be Bradford County. Incumbent tIn
sale "
: additions and or deductions. Representative Doyle E. Conner rcfeience to your editorial 1. We are not at ail convincedf
Stuarts medium
( : grade Bids on a 16 inch well and onu'.P h \d previously stated he would Ki.-t wtek on Lawtey traffic.ar- : tie! necessity of a town mar-
x cents; best, 32-35 cents;
traffic laws
to enforce
> tnLowtey.
of steel or iron pipe were in- not seek re-election. rests you made certain statements
I Curtis: medium 32-35; best .
!eluded and the engineers will de- i Thomas is married to the forger Perhaps there are otheri.ities
35-38; jnliich I resent. The editorial con- for
I : which utilize
trmine the most satisfactory; bid Jean Snodgrass. and is the you can
Seedlings: 29 1-2 to 31; .1 tamed unfair criticisms that
re- ni
i i 9v I which will best meet the needs of ;fatner of three children. He is a > sen-ices.
... -' i Mixed: 28 to 30. the city. member of the Madison Street' neon the management of Law- 2. An examination of the re-

j Demand was brisk at the Nov. Four bids were received with i(| Baptist Church, the Starke Ro- I'ty affairs.To coid of violations reveals I a step-

IiASenior 12 sale with ibuyers active from b.::se bid of each as follows: Mechanical I i .aiy! Club, and is a Mason. A begin with you refer to up m traffic law enforcement on
1 Orlando Live Oak Lake City. i
i j or about Aug. 1. 1959. which coili'r9es -
and Chemical Equipment World War II veteran Thomas isctive I
"minor infractions.
f.. Lulu Glenville Ga., I[ Passing in a
'!! with the date Chief Brown
I !Co. of Tampa.. $26,848; Stevens ? in the American Legion 1 minor'infraction '
!' Homecoming sponsors' are pictured as ringer Thornton Deloris Hardy, Harriet Powell. and Tifton Ga. I Southern Co. Inc. of Jacksonville ,i and a former State Commander .10 passing zone" ts NOT a :vas employed-

and Ililma Tanner.From Nuts were offered by growers, Well and Co. [. especially at this time I 3- Likewise the fine and forfeiture -
they applaud Tornadoes at opening of the game $23.519; Gray Pump of that organization. Formerly!
from Columbia Union Alachua, '| in Lawtey when the highway is I II fund of the City of Lawteynas
Robbie of Jacksonville .$22522.22 and Veterans Service Officer for Brad-
left to right: Suzanne LaTh Capps, ; j
I Marion Gilchrist, Bay Baker and Southern Water Cohtractors, Inc.,I furd County. he is now City and I I under construction.) You may kno'I'I jumped s-pectacularly. This
Bradford Counties. I that according to the fund
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of 25217. I
Tampa County Attorney. j ji
Market J. R. Wain-i Highway Patrol statistics illegal tq'ial! the received forsae
... ; Manager J JI <<; amount
".'. Thomas stated that if elected i iihe
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; passing is the second highest
;: : ;\ .1'. wright said that Justice Peace entire year preceding it-
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: .> ... ... ; I of Simpson 'Taxi Service asked I would diligently and impartial-1
... .1" '! Huu i of fatalities .
.. se in this state.I
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.. '' -.. '"... \ I the Council if there was any pro- |Ily represent Bradford County in
.. ,. ., .:: '''' ....t i, .,.' "a.. I pounds of seedlings from one:I I am sure that as editor of The confined his activities almost exclusively -
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,- .," .>. .1 I tection which the city could offer -( Legislature. I
"A" > .' : .. .- : '" ;f.r. .. which l1"elegr pl you must know that to the matter of traffic
.. r tree he sold for $168.15.
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;. cab companies active in _,. ... ;
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& ... ...... "'' ,:'"J.' ",,.t",, !..* i I Wainwright said that buyersare I 2':'! : tilt double stripe on the highway |J Jmecns a* enforcement. Only a handful
'. ''"'.'': ,.01'..'.! ._ :;: the city from being squeezed out : "
... ..\ .. represented at the, market a "no passing zone. I had()f arrests for dJunkeness!" and disorder -
.".. by too much competition. Mr.
.. ". every day to accommodate grow- s nothing to do with the law: the ) T.-as recorded. Of the traf-
F ... 1%A, ;,. .1 ' :YO H another taxi company, andnc.y
: >7 ...tf .. -;- i, out waitingjfor the auctions. f.he:: lines in Lawtey.. and they te'l 1(core for one offense: improper
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;, has five cabs. With the new
., :- t"" : There will be no auction on vs to enforce the law.Now. pasting.a. .
.....,.... .' cab licensed to Felton. Smith re- .
; ''' ,'- '""'<-Tj Thanksgiving Day Nov. 26.j I as to the number of ar- During the first ten months
.:'J gently Simpson said be believed
: \ ....Sf I re.ts. Not one of the persons arrested af! 1959 not a single resident ofBadford
.,.-mt&ftVA I the'city now has allthe, taxi seri -, they : arrested It
:; have complained were County was
f- '? 1 .. ', ..... .. ;"f'fi;jj j LUn1oiiSeyke./ ; I jthe population can.: jugport.The .' not "guilty": of breaking the-+'law. .was also noted that the vast majority -
,. ..,..- j....-/ -Q {,.:.. ....'S ,; -.. matter".was"lakeri under advisement One' hot-headed Cadillac owner of cases was made against
jt" J"'"',....t:< .. 1z.'t! '; ;,,:t-'. o4Il On *y the council.
,7-.'l ..; -> {,gg-. ,::J.' "So". :: : : Thanksgiving came before me and admitted he I DIJ -of- tate residents and from
; : ,JJ 'Another matter brought to the
? : .: .; was guilty. but he sounded off 'hi! larger counties of Florida.
m > 'V'T; r-: .. .. r:; i I i The annual Union- Thanksgiving attention of the council] was the 6. It was noted that in the
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,.,. .,., and closed by saying. "You'll
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4 sponsored the Mini- markers. >
.' ? by .condition........" .of city street. more about this." period of one month since the
''#M:I i :jslerial Alliance will 1.e >held. rtrat'citizens- and gas line inspector'Robert :3 ''it. ,;::sit of our Mr. Ralph Peters to
VlT1 : Thanksgiving Day Nov. 26. at said The AAA's solution is to handout
i -19.. : Patterson your city that Chief Brown in

..' .? ,. .I : am. in the First Christian Church: many'.markers: were unreadable. i warnings instead of arrests.t:many: instances has Sfut'd"arn-
W wr !ihev. Barry Van De venter. 'pastor Street! >foreman S. R. Hicks said 1 asked their official again and :igs in lieu of arrests. Prior to MrPeters' .

Homecoming Queen rides high on first prizeI'rince..ev. of the Court ((1-r) Brenda Lott, Sandr:IIi ot the First Presbyterian Church, hft>tri fut'two'men on the work i again on what basis that can bej I visit this had not been the

I winning float sponsored by the Senior Class. Mem- :Solana and :oandr..it..hfOl1d ride on float en.I I. will bring the Thanksgiving ot t repaying the signs using sten- irked. Just which man do you I practice-

berg of her Court ride below. tired by Junior last sage. C.i;':>Irt\dy in possession of the arrest and which one do you let ,) 7. In conversation with Mayor

The offering will go to Hope department.. off. I ask you. Mr. Matthews how ShnfOid and Chief Brown we

7959 VersionHomecomin' Haven Hospital. The public is A request was received from Ed would you handle the problem? II learned: that Chief Brown has
'cordially invited.jSpeach considerable latitude and dircre-;
Williams;, colored resident asking H. A. Bishop. Jr.RENOUNCES. You might be interested to know
in the matter of setting bond
that .street. be graded to his I that as Mayor of Lawtey I do not j
Department Eiid-or fines in traffic cases- And
Up To Par ; !home .Council agreed that thesireetrwill j I collect fees on arrests and that the Marshal readily admitted that
Will Present i f
: ii I our Marshal is paid $300 a month :
be graded if a 50-foot
Ii the attitude of the motorists gov-
!' i County Commissioner H. A. plus $60 a month car allowance.
'Moods In Poetry'The right-of-way is deeded to the city There is 'II rned the amount charged theviolator.
i Bishop Jr. announced yesterda no comparison between
The most discriminating alum- !were Mrs. Dorothy Norman Boschof .
'! and cleared- |that he will not be a candidate for Ludowici. Ga. and here. There is -
nus returning to Bradford High Miami, and L O. Jones and 'Speech Department of d. The records kept seemed to
The, Council reiterated its a- j re-election to his District Three I Ina "bait" to break the law. The
list Friday couldn't have asked Hob Long both of Columbus. Ga. Bradford High School will presenta be satisfactory except during the

for a better Homecoming. i Tables where the guests were choral and verse speaking proI greement with the Florida High i l pest, or "any other office" in the AAA does not claim illegal ar- uiriod when Mr. Wilson was Town

The weather Ideal. seated by classes were decorated lt gram 'Moods in Poetry" at St. way Patrol to lay sanitary sewerto Ii fcrthcoming 1960 elections rests; they claim TOO MANY. Man-hal. His handwriting was so

The Queen? Beautiful.The with autumn leaves centered with I-I Mark's Episcopal Church on Sun the property line of the new Bishop said that his duties in The question: is, do we try to :;illegible that in most cases it was

Game Victorious. f j uit-f illed cornucopias. The stage day Nov. 22, at 11 ajn. under the patrol station, now under construction I connection with the Starke Telephone 'jeiilorc? the law. trying to protect impossible to decipher the tickets.

What more could any "old of the new BHS auditorium where direction of the instructor. Mrs. I Co: made it impossible for | the public from the highway :There has been tremendous im-
grad" ask? classes attractively su I on! U. S- 301 just northof ilifm to devote the time
I some were served was Patti Carlson. necessary i;slaughter, or just part of the .pruvement since Chief Brown took

Festivities opened big Thursday decorated with corn I I The same program will be presented the State Farmers Market. demanded bY:.political office. He I viojatois of our traffic laws. I''over but in some instances he

night with a Tornado Whirl pep !I shocks, pumpkins, autumn leaves. It.* 4' ., at Madison Street Baptist FHP will pay for all materials. 'Fold he was announcing his with- I Yours truly fills; to make a complete record

rally: that easily outdid any of its a.id pyracantha berries. Church Nov. 29 8:30 The site is d.awal at this time so others
_b. y\ on at p.m. just outside the city: C. It. Shuford o!, the violation slips
predecessors in glamour and en- | This event was sponsored by The is invited. : who might aspire to the office ,
public BritsTornadoes: y.! Chief Brown's police car is
Utusiasm. I ISee page!; 7 for Whirl t the High School PT A. and especial SPONSORED I would know his intentions. I Mayor City of Lawtey I

pictures and story.l i thanks were extended to Bob (Continued On Page 61)

Friday afternoon's 20-unit parade Smith for taped music used during BY'THE

was paced by the high-step- the dinner to Mrs. H. B. Pey- '

ping'bands of BHS and Santa Fe ton for decorations and to Miss SPRNISHI Take Title Again

with cheerleaders and majorettes Charlene Hardy for banners. Many T ; "

from both schools staging mid- ethers also contributed to the

ton< pep demonstrations. The {;I !success of this event.A \

p.-ize-winning float was enteredby record breaking crowd of 2.- lr ; CLUBi I With 20-7 Homecoming WinThe <, v 6

the Senior Class and bore the I 530: fans saw the Bradford Tor- I
Homecoming Queen and her nadoes win over Santa Fe 20-7 i I

Court. I. End take the Keystone Conference !Sword-wielding Spaniard state j j Bradford High Keystone Santa Fe 17 yard line before los- play.Roberts L

More than 300 alumni attendedthe I title for the third straight Conference champions nailed in: the ball on a fumble. Three i; failed to move the tired

annual dinner, served from 5 year. I j ji Santa Fe Rebel in this parade ,down their thud straight Con- plays later B. H S. regained posession
to 7:30: p. m. in the high school i Both Bands staged outstanding I Ii entry by the BHS Spanfch Club j feience crown Friday night witha on a fumble by Rebel possession of the ball on their own

cafeteria. Alumni from the farthest [ half-time; shows. TJie; Bradford hard fought 20-7 victory over .quarterback Roberts on the Santa ,! 21 and ran out the clock.

points attending this event .musicians and majorettes outdid Touch Football :the surprisingly strong Santa Fe Fe 20- I: The contest was primarily played

themselves in a musical extravaganza Rebels before a capacity Home- Fullback Sam Gardner accounted I *i the ground with Starke cap- .
Game cvmiing crowd of 2.500 fans. 4'
on the theme. "Something Make-up for all of the needed 20 yardsby turing a solid edge in the statistic

font Forge! To Old .Something New. Something Team The win keeps Bradford's record > carrying four straight times !? department by overwhelmingthe Halfback Richard Duggrr (No. 31)), leading jround-priner
Won By Tigers of -
having Keystone
Borrowed. Something Blue." Flaming \ a !nco the Rebel line picking up Rebel line for 259 yards rushing in last Friday's Homecoming game, taken off around wit rod
GIFT SHOPAt ( Conference unblemished
batons expertly twirled a- game 16 yards on. the first thrust and and 17 yards On two
Tigers best the Wildcats 12-0 and leaves the Tornadoes pass for more yardage M Fallback Sam Gardner (No. 23)) runs
-lainst a darkened background, scoring from one yard out on the Completions out of"three attempts
The j in make-up played Wednesday all |( interference.
a game alone and out of reach of Conference -
made a spectacular setting for fourth smash. Halfback Johnny i I while holding Santa Fe to 96
Nov 11, at Pratt Field. j foes with a fine 7-1-1 re- I
METHODISTBAZAAR the band's rendition of "Autumn PEvore scooted Wide)or the PAT irw.king j yards i I prrthe ground and 28 yards
Scores were made on two passes ,
Leaves- I rord.The the score 14-0 with two on five completed passes out of
Emmett the champs showed the -
thrown by Acreage partisan
The day's activities were con- I irinutes left in the third period. I 10 attempts.! Bradford racked up
ifist for 15 yards to Wayne Blank-i I crowd how their well oiled
ir.cluded with dances in the USO. Fe back Dennis Emerson 17 first 'downs compared to 7 for
enship who took it over for the ,I offense operated by scoring on an i '
sponsored by the Junior and Ben: returned the ensuing. kickoff 45 Rebel **'
Starting 10 A.M. second to Bobby 80 yard drive the first time : the -
and the
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or classes and in the armory 1 yards to th Starke 42 yard line. led in individual yardage r ff
12. the ball. Harvey _... 1Dugger
Junior Woman's White who made the score. get Quarterback* h "
Thursday, Nov. 19 onored by the I I Quarter CJL rioDcna; guided nisi with a total of 93 yards in 12
Club. At the Junior Club affair I Blankenship intercepted four Tanner called on backs Smith squad to the Starke two yard line"' carries followed by Smith with 83 ,.
Dugger and Gardner ,
the oldest alumnus present: Carr and Billy stood out to ram the in and .
passes Harper nine plays called on Emerson t
Fullback Gardner
in 16
bail to the yards,
Rebel 10
and from .
I Cclley and the youngest Rosine. I on defense for the Tigers. (there pitched to Dagger the who 'dived; ; off tackle for the! netted 76 yards! in 13 attempts -
I Flakes were presented with gifts.Presbyterian Santa Fe score. Combs' PAT wasjgoodand ,
In Saturday's game the Hurri- ''end zone for the initial score. I Tanner got 11 on four it r

This Space Contributed I Boys canes trounced the Tigers 190. t Gardner plunged for the PAT the score was 14-7 with) carries and Devore chipped in six

Don Falcon to Arthur nine minutes of playing time re-,yards on three carries. r v' '
Weekly to Publicize passed j making the score 7-0 with leas
Beat Dads 12-6 Douglas for 9 yards and the first than: a minute remaining in the roaming. j Ronald Crawford. :Tom Gay., and

Community Events by The teenage boys of the First TD then ran the ball over forth first quarter. After taking the kickoff Starke'f Cecil Leachled, the. tackling up

Presbyterian Church challengedthe extra point. Falcon ran for 7 The second period of play saw fought 67 yards in. 12 plays for front and played superb defensive

THE COMMUNITY Presbyterian' Men of The. yards for the second TD and Dale I the two teams exchange possessionof : their third .and final score of the!l balLHead Dagger carries the ,baD over the line from four yard. oat

r Church to a football game last, Crosby passed 20.yards to Falcon the pigskin several times'with I night with Dugger carrying from I Coach Len Register com- f for Bradford's final touchdown in final minutes of Homecoming

STATE BANK Saturday afternoon at Cam plfsr., : the third score. neither squad being able to cross four yards out for the tally his\ mented that the entire squad Fame.

OF STARKE Montgomery on Emerald Lake, Crosby intercepted three passes their opponent's 20. secontTaf! the evening. The conversion played a "head up-ball game;"'and

with the boys winning 12-6. 'I for the Hurricanes. Bobby White Starke took the secord half kickoff failed"and the '&core stood i referred -to, the squad as 'true I The Tornadoes close out regular[ game against always dangerous

and Jimmy Meyer led the Iosus."i and promptly drove to _the at 20-7 with 3 minutes left to I.Conference champs." seuon play Friday with an away) Green Cove prngs.: _

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Dr. Seymour R. Marco returned I I Miss Madge Middleton. MrsJ.. I Bradford Displays !r Xmas Parade Rotarians Hear ,-

Wednesday from Dallas Texas. :D. Doyle, Mrs. Frazier Shaw, Mrs. ] '

where he attended the First Regional I llay Stone. Mrs. Nate Dyal. :Miss Varied ProductsAt Rev. H. O. Boyette .
I'Set For Dec. 4 I
I Contact Lens Conference.Mrs i Della Rosenberg Mrs Gertrude WAYNE'SCASH
Jax Area Fair
C. L. Scholl visited hers t Hoffineister and Mrs. E. A.:Mall Rev. II. O. Boyette pator of the I

n-in-law and daughter Mr. and I attended the District three BPW A reminder that the annual First Methodist Church, brought j
Bradford County's exhibit at the
Mi-s. E. M. C. Quimby in Richmond meeUn; at the George Washington Christmas parade will be held in I a seasonal Thanksgiving message
Jacksonville Industrial and Agriculture -
THE NEW Va. the past week. Hotel in Jacksonville-'on Sun- I Fair which closes Saturday :I arke Friday night Drc. 4, at 7 |'ji. the Rotary Club luncheon

Mrs Pearl Whitnel of Deland (ay. :Mrs. Dyal and Miss-Rosen-j 1, ,;p. m. was issUed this week by Ro"ibcrt meeting Wednesday. The speaker I
includes some tall'sugar cane,
-- --- and Mis. Charles Tatum of Fort berg also attended the BPW '' McIntire, executive director emphasized home church and j;
which County Agent G. T Huggins
I Walton Beach were weekend fag in North Jacksonville meet-I ''of the Starke-Bradford County school as well as personal liberty,] SUPERETTE
Mrs. V. V. Hazen was visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Powell of {' ar.d Chamber of Commerce Bob ''I ;
| of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill J Americans :
guests j evening. ., Chamber of Commerce. a. some of the things )
tor parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Newton. N. C. and Mrs. J. H.j Mr and Mrs. L. D. Vming re-'!McIntyre said has been attracting,,.I Mclntire that [should be most thankful for. j
Scwell in Brooker over the week I Fields of Starke spent last Wed- ',S.ruMrs.. Pauline Colley and Mrs. )j I from .two' weeks'!!'much favorable attention- Mr. emphasized '
nesday to with Mr. and' I turned Tuesday { Attached to each front and:theme of the.parade will be The T. A. Yawn president of the 671 :Madison St.
end. Saturday Carl Inskeep and children of : visit in Dublin and Atlanta;. Ga. and there will club announced that Rotary netted j
than 10- 'Christmas Story.
is more
Mrs. Harold Ford at Merritt Is- comer post
Attending the State PTA convention {!land. The Powells returned to Winter Haven were weekend j with friends and relatives, !foot tall green cane grown b5Gene |be no commercial floats. All'' ovei $300 on advance sales of 1 We Give
in Jacksonville Tuesdayto I their! home in Newton on Wed- guests of Mrs. Laura Colley and Mr. and Mrs. HaroldGodwin : Crosby of Brooker. 'church groups, civic clubs etc. are i i tickets for the circus here Wed-

Thursday are Mrs. O. L. HaynesSr. family. j'add son of Palatka spent last Seed representing a number of limited to enter floats and are !nesday! night.Florida. Family Stamps
of Starke and Mrs. Bill Big- ji.esday. Mrs. Sylla Blackburn returnedto Wednesday to Sunday with her :! the Chamber of'
Jacksonvillewas grown in our county oy ''aiked to notify
< Mrs. Mae Jones of her home in Covington, La. on \;''Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wil- crops :
ham of Brooker delegates of the ( the weekend guest of Dr. and Zedra Hamilton also of Brooker.: Commerce at WO 4-5811. I I
months visit ,
Sunday after two i:iams.I '
BUS PTA and Mrs. H. H. Rabb i.Airs. W. E. Middleton. while Mrs. i !age included. A box of Dixieland Mr. McIntire said that the first WE HAVE THE
| Mrs. Lois Blackburn. W. and Mrs. O.
with Mrs, H. Moyer
Jr. president of the Starke Ele- Middleton celebrated her 78th I irsd Florida 90 strawberries con- night parade last year was a big
; Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Stokes of .V. Kramp of Jacksonville were I' DEALERSHIP FOR
mentary PTA and Mrs. S. G. Denmark I birthday anniversary on Sunday. moving to Itnbuted I by Ira Wilson are about success, and he would like for this
1021 Pratt street are i visiting Mr. and Mrs. F.V. I.
of the Southside Elementary : Mrs. R. R. Cauffman and Mrs. Ga. Dr. J. E. Denmark i jto bloom. Container Corporation are to be even bigger and better. Dozier/
Augusta. Strickland and family on Sunday. I I. GayPAINTS
I the District !has exhibition a box of slash
PTA.Debbie !J. D. Warren attended Ira' purchased the Stokes' home.!, Miss Elissa Stafenclli was in on I I
Cauffman celebrated her U Woman's Clubs '' seedlings and Cecil Crawford '
Federation of 2nd Lt. and Mrs. George W. Tallahassee over.the weekend attending I|I pine Courts UpholdRestaurants'
fourth birthday Wednesday after- at the Seminole Hotel in is showing some tall Dixie 18 field
i iiner HI of Montgomery.! I
\V. Bishop I : the Homecoming
noon with a neighborhood patty. Jacksonville Monday evening. Alawill spend the \\'eekend.ith ties at FSU. fest.hi-I corn. Ear-corn. pumpkins and hay Right Theatre
old sewing machine -. display by FFA boys and Watch Next Weeks
Replace your ?ie on Paper
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lex i' Extra Bobbin. save lime-Stock
belt with a new Singer Belt I Mrs. Ed Norman, Mrs. Calvin To Refuse ServiceA
Hunter Special! Gieen.I I up with Singer Bobbins at Denmark For Specials!
Denmark Furniture Co. tf ; Ward, and Mrs. Bernice Hugging
from I And
and firs. v V Parsons: Furniture Co. IfMr. I
12 Ga. 16 Ga. 20 Ga. Mr and Mrs. Elmer Johns and I faiir f Jacksonville spent-Sunday I and Mrs W- L. Edwards ofJacksonville I,added home canned products restaurant owner doesn't have SAT. .>"OV. 21 Special DiscountFor

410 Ga. Also 22 Shells son of Appolo Beach spent the her parents, Mr. and Wednesday i ivhich give the woman's touch to tc serve a guest he thinks would
weekend with their parents. Mr. with : were I the! exhibit. injure the standing of his estab- ; ; ;;;; Contractors
Stokes. of :Miss
Mrs. L. M. c"enin'isltors ;
10% OFFBEST and Mrs. C. B. Johns and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. Jr. of &ruth. j Calvin Ward saved about 50( ,Vhment; and can have the unwanted ', !
I the if -- -
Mrs- J. T. Quigley. Mr. Johns returned Gainesville spent last week withi ) Mrs. Louis Smith is a medical ',]efof his good tobacco for guest forcibly ejected lii1i1WI.n: -.l', Sugar Cured Smoked
Mrs. Other- items include sweet according to a recent I
home Sunday. but I' display. nccecssary.
Mr. and Mrs. Green. Srj patient in Bradford County Hos- ; I
and sons remained for a potatoes pecans, tuns oil. lung opinion by State Attorney General I
Our Prices Before You Johns AD-2 Edward T. Hicks has been i,;.ital. Mrs. Eoline Smith is keeping odd "- BAG ON
visit. meal, and nuts and a few Richard Ervin
Buy! longer transferred: from the Jacksonville i the Smith baby.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle Mrs. to Iceland until i shaped gourds. Color is added bya Ervin also said in his opinion I I"Pa
Naval Air Station Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Royster. Small Sides
IMPERIAL Frazier Shaw and Mrs. E. A. Hall be addressed'as number of potted plants furnished ihtt it is a misdemeanor for a
March. He can Jr. and children of Jacksonville '
attended the flower show at the T. Hicks. VP 18; by M. B. Jordan, Vocational | resiaurant guest to remain on the a
SERVICE STATION : AD-2 Edward j were weekend guests of Mr. and at th!
Highway 301 North Garden Center in Jacksonville I KEFLAVIK Fleet Post Office, N. Mrs. DreReddish.. Agricultural: teacher ,premises after the management Lb. 25'
State Prison. asked him to leave.
Sunday.ALVAREZ' .
Mrs. P. H. Wilhelm and Mrs. .
IV..N.y for the Across the back is a huge clay :1 Ervin's opinion based main- .
to be home Ciarence Street of Miami were was -. '-> I
mill I{ Men's Clothing mfl weekend from FSU are Misse i, weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. gild plastic model of the new unit' ly on two recent U. S. appellate I

STORE Established!! 1894 II Joan Mundy. Jackie Colley Mary; :j! Steve Simmons. i>f the Prison now Bradford under County construction I court decisions. In one it was Rib & Brisket"TtEW

Agnes Matthews and Billy Weldj j Mrs. Eoline Smith was the on the ho>1d.that a Virginia restaurant .

vrcekend guest of Mrs. Charles side of New River. j did not violate the Federal Constitution at'NAiKiKit I

on.Misses Patsy Nichols and Ann Reid in Cordele. Ga. and attendedthe The County Commission supplied in refusing to serve a Ne-

The perfect tribute to 1 Elder of FSU were home last wadding of John Reid. Jr. to \! the money for this the first)\: tgr. In the other, a court held the

I. entrance of the county in theJacksonville Rlonmouth Park Jockey Club did .
cherished weekend. Gue Hurt. tB
a memory II
Both Huggins 29c
1 Hugh Ingram Mrs. Carrie In Mrs. Drew Reddish and children not have to give a jockey permission II v.
!gram, a.nd'id Lewis and daught. -j[l will spend Friday with her and Mcintire believe that this exhibit to ride mounts because it was 1IdIl
Every funeral that we con* will be cf advantage! to the::!
attended with the
Gwen a ;private
.>rs, Emily Ann : mother. Mrs. W. H. Edwards in
duct is a source of sustaining the funeral Tuesday aftt'rj j j''JacksonvilleMr.I county and should be continuedin '[ ,right to "admit or exclude any : '. ''i'',

solace and spiritual inspiration 1 noon: of their brother-in-law j i!! and Mrs. Robert Stefanelli future years. :I persons it pleases." A Tender Sirloin w Tip

to the family. 1 William G. Baxter. at the Beaver j i and family of Gainesville and Mr. i _
Church in Jack- Stefanelli and Dr. Wells Will SpeakTo l t BSAt MIGWY F TUR
Street Baptist and Mrs. Albert JI O T
I ;Needs" will be the subject of Dr.1Ye1Ls
Hundreds of details are managed and economically sonville. Burial was in Dedan family of Jacksonville were last ,,_ ,
Miami GroupDr. talk and it seems particularly --- -- -- .r
attended to that only a trained and careful .' Cemetery near Brooker.Purchase Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. i. ; fitting as this church, of BonelessAlfmeat

organization can perform when the urgent oeM any model of Singer!: Stefanelli and attended the .
Kenry ,
Sarah Lou Wells will be asuest i which Dr. Wells is a member, was .!J' I
for serving is at hand.DeWITT Sewing Machine at Denmark j'CHS homecoming.Mr. COt1ntl'
l speaker this weekend al I IlAllapattah t responsible: for putting her I Lb.
Furniture Co. M and Mrs. E. T. Voeth of I Baptist Church Young; through medical school. 69c

C. JONES !I Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rhyne Jr.:Lakeland were weekend guests of Peoples' Camp in South Miami. i Dr. Wells will be back in her I II I

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE: SERVICE !'i cf Mananna were Saturday visitors ,.Ir- and Mrs. Charles Dent. j[ "How God Supplies All of OUt. 'office :Monday morning a l' ptj S $ \
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty. !. Mr. and Will Shawyer and chip- -
PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610 I' Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Larson and I II j en were in Fort Pierce over the f SmokedSAUSAGE

U>' furnish the highest type service at lowest price, and acceptANT << I family visited Oren Welch in',weekend: to attend the Junior I I ti, Il I

life insurance policy in force issued' by ANY company as Dade City on Sunday. ''Women's Club Follies. Mrs. Shaw- O L '

payment In part or in full on funeral sen ices.! Consultation Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Mr:. :rer was a former vice-president 1 1of 1 \ !

e:rrJ no obligation.EASY. I W. C. Wooten, and Mrs. J. I... l: the club and Mr. Shawver used i

,, Gentry attended the Shrine ceremonial ,, to direct their Follies in past i' prftR,/ so. G ;g Lb. 33cI

I in Jacksonville Saturday '''rears. ...,
Mr and Mrs. Frank Weaver of i P Ii PA"AUQUIIT RatA! I I
1 B B> Bj !
'Williston were Sunday guests of ROSHA'SBeauty lv Plus "Fowled Up Party" Car-I 1
I' ,
WASHER Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. j I

I Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes will Shop I toon. Superior
with Mr. and I I
I spend the
Raiford Road
Mrs. John Dees in Lake City. I: For Appointment Phone i SUN. THRU WED. OLEO

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymondand .
Mrs. M. H. Lang had as weekend I WO 4-0341 i Nov. 22 thru 25; With $5.00 Order

...... guests Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Closed Each Tuesday..rc ,

-= Shiver of Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Walds Production I
1. E. Strickland of Belle Glade. if I 9C.

"" and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dansby, I First Demonstration Of ''I

and Mr. and Mrs. W- F. Leslie, Jr. I I

of Jacksonville.Mr. I THE BEST OFEVERYTHING 1.I
and Mrs Joe Thomas of I BULLINGTON'S l Beauty

Crescent City were overnight

guests last Friday of Mr. and Mrs.
''t 5if MILK
S. G. Denmark.Mrs. .

John Love Wilkes returnCC ,
Monday from ten days visit I

I with Mrs. R. R. Thede and Mrs.L .. P, :Cinemas P e & Color

L. Roane in Jacksonville. i 25'Perfection

Mrs. Lucille Davis returned STAIUUGHOPE

.Sunday from two weeks visit with ,ltt B warmer In t

Mrand Mrs. L. P. Smith Jr. and i every room. <** I 1. ., LANGE iA l

family in DeFuniak Springs.
Mr. and Mr. Billy Dealing and Save Ji on fuel! STEPHEN BOYD
son of Jacksonville were Tuesday COStS. rM.Automatic. .4. \

visitors of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. MARTHA BEER
forced :, HYER

I, Green.O. LI(Ducky] Linson of Key-I pit htating..New Carton of 6
stone Heights has joined the Mitchell -

Drug store staff. -.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bloodworthand JOAN CRAWFORDPlus 89c.
daughters spent the weekendin ImprovedSUPER

Quincy with her parents. Mr. t "Scent Irmental Romeo"Cartoon.
.. and Mrs. C. W. Brandon. Sr. --

Mrs. Flo Lyons of Jacksonville Fancy Long Grain j

spent Monday and Tuesday withher q.a
;(J/III/V ThurM Fri. Nov. 26 27
niece, Mrs. J. C. Fogg and f RICEib

family. tHere
Steve Clark of Ocala spent the k; THE
t C<
weekend with Gene Pass while

... Nancy and Dee Clark were week is advanced design offering -THREE, STOOGES...... lJOjc; t}
end guests of Mrs. Henrietta Hunt f you real heating economy combined '- ..}'d .
and Mrs. C. D. Williams. spotelectric with moderate cost. ... <<

i Singer Sewing Machine Needles ,
I at Denmark Furniture Co. tf. 2-WAY MONEY-
r.lrs. Herbert Thomas. Mrs.I eye ,... i ir Nabisco Vanilla

i 2495! I Is George, and Wmkler.Mrs. H.Mrs.A.W.Bishop.H- Graham Jr.- does all the BACK GUARANTEE +runtata ssr.....-UMCmIPILIdI. WAFERS

Guaranteed ** jive ye* mere
attended the District Three meeting 1. HAVE
comfort in of Large Box
worl every your
of the Women's Auxiliary of { the this ho",. let fuel than
M early f arena** en any
:. 2 Separate Rinse Speeds thE Episcopal Church at Cedar QeaVer Heater aqvippea! with rWinery beater or'YCUR '. ..,I1apt l$ Lb.
Key on Wednesday. ettMotic farced air fea .ad MONEY BACK. 29cI

2 Separate Wash> Speeds Mrs. Charles Godfrey of Jasper FULLY AUTOMATIC FOR MORE trr..nie a f..d. T: OoarardeeW t*Met yavr home -- -- ---

spent the first of the week with FUN WITH PHOTOGRAPHY! Magic, SpotC'tctic ABtOMftFORCIB en 23% ta 33'% Ins fveI Plus "Animal Cracker Cir- _I

r 3 Wash Temperatures her parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Tyler lye: tops; ycj when to shoot. AIK FAN '1 than any ordinary beau or cus"* Cartoon.
i ti TOUt MONEY BACK. Fancy Georgia Sweet
Junes.Mrs.. v.r:>:n rot: to thoot automatically' Mikes your nw
has returned Quaker auto-,!. 'cTvstY HoJmnt "Heat-Re"
3 Wash R. Newsome tr: d no ccnvervons to make IS withcrdmary an Front
Cycles tate forced sir besides forced air circulating: POTATOES
from eight days in Lakeland
built-in be.tuK JUNGLE HUNTER
a exposure meter And ay.t.m. warmth you get a smooth flow of
2 Rinse visiting her sister MrsR..I t:-at's rot all you get Rapid Acton Tome iteelf / radiant heat warmth throughout
Temperatures mad off
.. E. Matthews. I. lear advances film, cocks shutter, .en atomfttiaJly. i \ the room. REGISTER FOR 2 Ik
Mr and Mrs. Will Slade of QaoVer teng.tife "Smeteteit"Barner 19cF
r C3 Its erposurs\ :: Pro t'r SLK Light .
Baxley. Ga. will spend the weekend e Circ tett -gives extra heat from0NE.THIRD BRIDE DOLL and
VsTv-e fury synchroniud: shutter: ; Built- nor wanner ** every drop of oil. Doesn't amoke
rith Mrs. W. S. Slade. thin ordinary beeter blower atfan.
; of fire.
I : in :;r: timer Umrra'k V.'etilar! f2-8 at any stage
II rs Miss Sylvia Paulk sang at the ATI-Steel ComtnKti'on-fives 5-1/3 SETAT y
.s. dinner party last Thursday evenly ccUd; Ur.3; C.'esiit 1:1 viewfinderl i times faster warm-up than .Id-

... at the Holiday Inn in Gainesville ''. k AutisiJicwmr .fashioned slow heating cast iron. I BANANASLb.
s. given by five business clubs of _; $79.95 Plus Handy Front LibtinDoor
: o Approved for wfety by Und .
S Gainesville when they selected I 1 rwnten Laboratories Waist
.. weir "Woman of the Year." 1 Aotomstia4y eopliee rm.Smet. high bnger- ,p control Evr- FLORIDA I tare
vuciect oeountof | QcFRYERS
e Clear flame Automatic
door ,
., Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomey Zliminete air ta burner.draft JafeNMrf Safety- od "a1Automatic

.r. spent the weekend in Tallahassee .pa Iw_. draft regulator. TO BE GIVEN AWAY 1
to attend the dedicationof
.. the Katherine W. Montgomery T

.. Women's Physical. Education Denmark Furniture Co. of Starker Courtesy ofSetter's
.. building at'FSU named in honorof .
... 5 )fr. Montgomery's aunt who I Super Mkt. JLb. 29t

was bead the institution from 1918 i r TRUCK DELIVERY .PH. WO :4-4101

t to 1958. I

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f. Woman's Club Rejects Miss Glenda Parker 1 Miss Joan Furlong, !I Girl Scouts I Beth Scouts Scoggins.receiving their" second' *

f.I Offer To Buy Weds Mr AndrewsIn tk Mr. Canova HonoredAt I.I I I.And Brownies I class Kathy badges Hitchcock were Becky Maria Thompson Moore,

I Club BuildingMembers Church CeremonyMiss '.- '.- Party SeriesMiss I-Have CeremonyAt barger, Bunky Sarah Soto Shealy, Peggy Kathy Shan-

!! of the Starke Wo Glenda Parker, daughterof Joan Furlong and George I an impressive investiture Elder, Jackie Arnold, and Barbara

l man's Club recommendationof Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Parker of C' nova whose marriage will be ,j ceremony Tuesday evening in the Kessler.Scouts
Brooker, became the bride of Wil- an event of Nov. 28, have been ]I Starke Woman's Club the Brownie receiving badges and a-
i, the Official Board, voted not 1 r and Girl Scouts of the
(.lid's. Mooty bur Drew Andrews, son of Mr. and the inspiration for several lovely i Troop wards were: Jackie Arnold. Bobbie -
_..... _._ I
III sell clubhouse for the bid I their awards
--- -- to the received
"- --- --- -- ------- -- in the past week. Starke area
8 ] Mrs. C. E. Andrews of New River, parties Sue Barksdale, Judy Cauff-

I Miss Chi Rho Party Held which! had been offered at the !in a beautiful wedding ceremony The Madison Street Baptist : and badges. man Phyllis Darby. Celeste De-

| ,HollingsworthAnd regular monthly meeting Wednesday !performed Friday evening, Nov. Church choir entertained the couple Mrs. J. D. Warren Brownie Voc, Vicki Frees. Kay 'Garbett

[ Harold K. Daviso At Skating RinkThe afternoon of last week. Members 16. at 8 o'clock in the New River at a party Wednesday evening leader invested the following I Phyllis Haddock. Janet HardY

26 of a special committee are to Baptist Church. The ceremony of last week following choir prac- I,girls: First Year star Celita Bryant Kathy Hitchcock, Kathy Elder

Wed November Chi Rho juniorintermediate obtain estimates for various repairs was performed by the bride's -? tice. The party was also for Mrs. f I Mary Frances Casey Martha I Kathy Myrick. Sarah Shealy

The of Miss Elsie group of the First Christian to the clubhouse and submit father. L. M. Stokes who with Mr. Stokes ; Dennis. Peggy Duggar, Mary Ann Cl
marriage church held a skating party at thtm at a later meeting. Tall pedestal baskets on the ;' '11' is moving to Augusta, Ga. this., Graudon, Barbara McRae, Beverly I Mary Pat Scoggins Wanda Sel-

Penelope Hollingsworth, daughterof and Lake Butler last Saturday even- Mrs. F. B. Beard chairman of altar held arrangements of yellow -(- .., week. McRae. Cheryl McRae, Sally mer. Rosemarie Starling, Bunky

Mrs. Annie Hollingsworth of Mr. : International Relations, introducedthe ghdioli giant mums and daisy The party was held in the Sun- 'I Moore. Tatty Moseley, Janet Nich j Soto. Cheryl Tillman Becky
Harold Kenneth Davis, son ing.The
will young folks also enjoyed a guest speaker T. H. Slade chrysanthemums, against a back- day School rooms where punch. : ols Evelyn Sinclair, Robin Soud- Thompson, Josie Strickland, Betty
K. Davis,
and Mrs. .
Harry Nov. 26, at weiner roast at the lakeside park. Sr., who gave an interesting talk ground of greenery and palms. ., coffee and cake were served from ;:. .I'!. Linda Scoggins, Betty Jo Warren Ann Register. Carol Farr Linda
place Thursday,
Accompanying the group were on world conditions as he found Graduated candelabra entwined .. an attractive table overlaid with Peggy Yancey, and Marilyn Rosier Glenda Wade, and Peggy

5:30 o'clock in the First
Mrs. Mae Tllman, Mrs. Margaret them on his recent trip to the with greenery and held o '" a t-utwork cloth and centered with i I Bellinger; Second Year. Cathy Snanbarger.
Church.No Blankenship, Peewee Williams, Orient.In burning yellow tapers. Yellow tapers 2 : an arrangement of colia. Frees. Susan Fogg, Joy Gons.'lles.1 Following the ceremony the
invitations are being issued,, i ii j'z4!
and Rev. Bob Badgett. celebration of Children'sBcok arranged in a circle, were \ ,- .,.. .... The honored guests were presented I Patricia Lynn Hitchcock, Deanna parents were invited into the sun-
but all friends and relatives of the : ; t, ,. A
Week the members of the :
also placed on the piano and family : with personal gifts from i Merr. Connie Jean Noegel. DonnaLu I room of the club for refreshments
couple are invited to attend. Library had on exhibit a displayof : t
Garden Club pews were marked with large f. -\f.. the Choir members as a memento Patray. Sandra Register, Lillian '
M .
the latest children's books available yellow satin bows centered with -- '? of the occasion. I Richards Carrie Sanders,I\VSCS Circle One

: Beta Sigma Phi To Meet Monday"Thus at the local library. yellow rosebuds. .' < ... ... and I
.. : I Linda Frances Strickland,
will Refreshments were served in Miss Joan Furlong played nup- The Lex Green home on N. j' Peggy Thompson and Third Circle 1. WSCS of the First

(Members of the Beta Sigma Phi Saith The Gardener" the sunroom where the tea table tial music as the guests assembled'I were yellow u'pers in silver hold Walnut was the setting for a de- '!' Year. Gilda Graham.; Methodist Church will meet Mon-
be the theme used by :Mrs. A.
sorority? are reminded to. bring chair- carried out the harvest theme witha and accompanied Miss Sylvia ers. lightful dinner party Thursday I Mrs. R. B. Cauffman, Girl day. Nov. 30, at 10 a.m. at the

gifts for the State :Mental Hos I Russell Norman program beautiful center arrangement of Paulk, soloist, who sang "0 Promise I evening of last week honoring the'. home of Mrs. L. A. Davis with
man, at the Starke Garden Club fruit and dried materials in A white satin cloth edged with Scout leader presented pins and
to their meeting a "
pital Me, "Because, and "The bndal couple given by Mr. and i Mrs.' H. E. Dayton and Mrs. F.
Monday evening at 8 o'clock at meeting Monday evening at 7:30o'clock cornucopia. Flanking the arrangement Wedding Prayer"William wide white lace covered the bride'stable .' Mrs. Lex Green Jr. of Gainesvilleand awards to the Girl Scouts,, Hcrlong as cohostesses.This .
in the Episcopal parish which was centered with a' I assisted by Mrs. Garbettand
the home of Mrs. Robert Barks- were silver candelabra with Franklin Andrews of Mr. and Mrs. Green Sr. I date is changed from the

dale. :Mrs. Gene Long will be co- house. burning yellow tapers. Mrs. R. F.. Wildwood served his brother as foor-tiered wedding cake topped The buffet dining table waslovely Mrs. Mae Tillman. lead original Dec. 1 date schedule.
Hostesses will be :Mrs. :M. H. v.ith miniature bride and groom. The Brownie
bostess. Young and T. C. Hazen, Jr. best man. Ushers were Seeber with a white lace and organdy : ers. "Fly-ups"

Lang, Mrs.: Tyler Jones, :Miss presided at the two silver coffee Doyle Andrews of Wildwood, and A white tulle ruffle interspersedwith cloth and centered with a I receiving their Wings and, Girl!

Helen Masters CircleHelen Clara Leaman, and Mrs. Jessie! services placed at each end of the Gene Andrews of Jacksonville, yellow rosebuds was used around silver epergnette holding white : Scout pins in a candlelightingceremony I

Newsome. I iaule. Mrs. Foster Shi Smith was the base of the cake. Yellow were: Bonnie Lou' ELECTROLUSVacuums
I brothers of the bridegroom.Mrs. candles and pink and white satin ;

Masters Circle of the First I II I chairman of the hostesses. i Vernon Oberturf of Tampa tapers in silver candelabra, decorated roses. The dinner was served froma flraurton Jane Hardy, Betsy I Waxers, Scrubbers

Baptist WMS met at the church THE RIGHT rOCW for tht I attended her sister as matron of pleted the with yellow. puffs com- large silver lazy susan. The dining t )Matthews' Gerry Beth }'iooty.1 For Free Home Demonstration -

Tuesday night at 9 o'clock. The way you write. tome in and se.: Mrs. Paul Meng honor. The fitted bodice of her setting.A ; tables were attractively arranged Harriet Loudon, Beth Smith, and Call Gary Garner, Local
Madeira cutwork cloth
program was omitted because of lest your favorite ESTER ROOH, mink brown taffeta gown featured covered with smilax and candles,!: Sales Representative at
Is Guest Of HonorAt the punch table where the
the Bible Study that is in progress Fountain Pen. TELEGRAVH.BOBBINS' puffed sleeves and a scooped at the base of which were nose- as a memento of the occasion. WO 4.1265

this week. Stork Shower neckline that formed a V in the crystal bowl was encircled with i, gays of pink and white rose buds i Thirty-six teachers and Mrs.

b,ck. The bouffant skirt had s a fern and yellow gladioli norets.j and tu'le. The head table held a: R. F Demorest Elementary
Mrs- Howard Wait
Mrs. Paul Meng was honored at matching sash with a huge bowL bowl. presided lovely arrangement of pink and !School Supervisor enjoyed this de-
the back. Her headpiece of: I white mums, and pink sweetheartroses :!bgbtful affair.
stork shower Monday evening '
a Mrs. V. V. Hazen greeted guests
"THE STORE OF VALUES" matching material was designed i ito in a silver bowl flanked by I
given by Mrs. Richard Richards, at the door and presented them
in a figure "8" with a nose length silver candelabra with burning Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. L. F. Din-
Shaper and Mrs.
Mrs. Peggy ; the receiving line composed of I '
veil embroidered with rhinestones. white tapers. The seating arrangement kins. Mrs. C. E. Johns, and Mrs.
Gladys Weldon at the home of the the: wedding party, the parents of Gulf Life
of !
carried cascade bouquet
She a was marked by bridal place W J3. Mundy gave a lovely "cof-
L latter. the bride and bridegroom and
sunburst combined I Buds and favors. I I
bronze pompoms nosegay fee"
party Saturday morning from ADAPr.APLAN
Arrangements of fall flowers Mrs. Doris Kelley. :Mrs. Max W.
r. Bghtfr padded IN Iib. I with puffs of twinklenet Following the dinner several 10:30 to 11:30 at the Church
and fruit were used to decoratethe : and talisman satin. Furlong, a cousin of the bride, I bridal contests were played. Winning -! street home
of the latter honoring
party rooms for the occasion, kept the bride's book. and Mrs. M. I
tlHeeWu ale Miss Sandra Sowell of LaCrosse prizes were Mrs. Paul Can- Miss
and the same arrangements were F. Hazen and Mrs. H. A. Coleman Furlong. Fits your
and Miss Gayle Andrews of New ova. Freeman Register, Jr.. and
Arrangements of fall flowers
used for the center of the refresh- :
cut: the. bride's cake. changingneeds
posltlV"Gla.E.o.FORM River, cousins of the bride served I Mrs. Earl Moench. at
ment table which overlaid were placed vantage points
was Mrs. J. T. Sowell and Mrs. I
Their light beige included Mrs.
as bridesmaids. The 35 guests the
with a lace cloth. Mrs. Shaller Bob Dyal assisted as floor hostesses throughout party rooms. The
taffeta gowns were designed Eana Hutchinson grandmother
at the silver tea and cof- while Misses Helen Kelley coffee table in the dining room
of the hon :
lines identical to of the bride-to-be. Mr. and Mr.
fee service. lame Wait, Lucretia Cumbee was covered with an imported
or attendant. Matching headpieces L. A. Canova, parents of the i ibndegroomto
Appropriate games were playedby and nosegays of bittersweet and Beverly Green and Terry Sowell -'1C. Levy Canova.i iJi. linen cutwork cloth and centered -

rr the 17 guests during the eve- pompoms, combined with puffs of assisted in serving. of JacksonvtlK and Mr. and with a sliver epergnette
ning and prizes were awarded to After spending some time with I holding yellow Fugii mums, yellow !-
twinklenet and rust satin, completed Mrs. Louis Wise of Gainesville. | The retirement plan you
their Mr. and Mrs. Andrews rosebuds gold leather leaf
Mrs. Francis Meng, Mrs John guests,
their costumes. The hosts presented! the honored
left for wedding to South fern and yellow tapers. Silver buy for tomorrow can
Beidler of Keystone Heights and The bride, given in marriage by a trip 'couple with a large silver shrimp i!
and at home at trays held dainty cakes sandwiches help meet today's needs
Mrs. Joe Wallace of State Farm. Coleman of Gainesville Florida are now i
hT: uncle, H A. dish] as a remembrance of the occasion -
Mrs. Meng received: her lovely chose an original gown of 503 N. E. Fourth Ave. in Gainesville nuts and mints. Pouring I thanks to the

v and useful gifts in a gayly dec- bridal satin, cut along princess The bride traveled in a lightweight I from silver services at either end I exclusive Adapt-A-PIan.
Navy blue suit with matching of the table were Mrs. L. A. Can-
orated baby basketBirthday lies. The bodice featured a scoop : The leaching staff of the Starke ;I Ask Gulf Life
orchid and Mrs. J. W. I your
I of Chantilly accessories and an cor- ova Furlong.
neckline with cutouts Elementary School and the South-
i lace florets re-embroidered with sage.Mrs. ride Elementary! School honored I Mrs. Sale greeted guests at the Tp.vresentative.Gulf.
+ Party rhinestones. The i Andrews is a graduate of !oor- and standing in the receiving ; -
51 ed pearls and Miss Furlong with a delightful I
For Robert RabbMrs. bne, tapered sleeves came to calla I 3rdford High School class of party Tuesday afternoon Nov 10, I, line in the sunroom were Mrs.
1359, and is employed in the office Edna Hutchinson Mrs. Max
fastened : Furlong -
,points at the wrists and from' 4 to 5:30 o'clock at the home
entertainedat buttons.I of the Math Department at II Mrs. Mundy. Miss Furlong,
H. H. Rabb Jr. with! tiny satin covered of Mrs. E- R. Moench.
the University of Florida.Mr. Mrs. Dinkins, and Mrs. C. E.i
a birthday party Friday after- The full skirt was also adorned The home was attractive for the I

noon, Nov. 13, on the lawn of her with florets re-embroidered with Andrews graduated from occasion with arrangements of 1 Johns.

home in Saratoga Heights for her seed pearls and rhinestones. The BHS in 1958, and is employed at Fall flowers. The refreshment I! Assisting in serving and caringfor

made by Sperry Rand Corporation in Gain- the guest. were Mrs. V. V.
son, Robert, who was nine years gown was designed and table was overlaid with a handsome I LifeINSURANCE
.L.'-. old! the: bride's aunt, Mrs. V. V. Hazenof svilleOutoftown. ; white cutwork cloth and Hazen, Mrs. N. S. Dankel, Mrs. C.

;. il i1:, The refreshment table was over-. Starke. guests and included Mrs. centered with a silver bowl hold- j I H. Nasworthy. Mrs. G. B. Flynn 1,

laid with a birthday table doth The bride's fingertip veil of silk Sonny Andrews and Mr. lr.z yellow and white gladioli and j j Sr.; Mrs. James Phillips Mrs. A. ,

IT off yow...a dtfightfifvr 7/7 Itsodd with matching napkins and cen- illusion was attached to a tiara of Seeber Doyle Andrews and family nrims. White candles in silver I Russell Norman, Mrs. Logan I COMPANY
of a *with the curvcoddingin of Wildwood; Rev. and Mrs. C- B. V
tered with a birthday cake dec- tiny seed pearls. She carried a holders flanked the arrangement. I I laldwin. and Miss Sylvia Paulk.
this OrdcOform.Fovrttction Sellings i ) of Raiford; Mrs. Susan
Gg Bible with The hostesses the
sk orated in the baseball theme. white satin covered Miss Furlong was presented a j jPRir presented
a ,
cups are drcb The 20 children enjoyed showers of frenched carnations Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. J. L- Andrews of solid brass candelabra with ', honoree with a piece of china in: "'. H. HAND, SuperintendentBox

titdwd to round you...podded during the party hours and games were and valley lilies, centered with a Mrs.M\ :R. Sanders. Martha matching brass bowl and a piece : her chosen pattern as a mementoi 308 Phone WO 4-4723
10 odd It*proportions for a iww of tulle. and Carrie Sanders, Mr. and Mrs.
white orchid in clusters of silver from her chosen pattern j occasion.
j i
favors of airplanes Starke Fla.
given jacks,
I ,
and Tommy
p.The center lostk butrt &lets you a.!. : Mrs. Parker chose for her I Guy Andrews son .
and balloons. .3eorge ftinnmt__.. .... Joan Furlong! ._ Mr.,. I
Ix .Iw. ec*y...shrti yovcomforting daughter's wedding a lovely mist ----
frttdom.SyW enhanced with and Mrs. Max Furlong Gerald

4472. Birthday Party I;blue mist crepe blue satin dress, and accessories Norman Mrs. M. F. Hazen. :Mrs.V. 11 PIECE BEDROOM

pure I match. She wore a white carnation V. Hazen. Mrs. Dave Paulk. GROUPOne4
whit broadcloth.Acup For Harriet LoudonHarriet Miss Sylvia Paulk, Sheriff and

32-361 I corsage. of the Mrs. P. D. Reddish, and Mrs. Will
U fttN plt Mrs. Andrews, mother
? Loudon celebrated s
cup 32-31 a wore a royal blue Andrews, all of Starke; Mr. and .
eleventh last Friday bridegroom and y1
birthday % matching Mrs. Vernon Oberturf, Cindy
afternoon with matinee party wool crepe dress with E. T. Nor-
$2'0 a Her shoulder corsageS Kathy, of Tampa; Mrs.
followed by a weiner roast at her accessories. ris and Miss Peggy Jo Norris of

--- home in Saratoga Heights. of white carnations.after the weddinga LaCrosse; Mr. and Mrs. T J An-

Seven girl friends helped Harriet Immediately was held at the homeof drews of Morriston; Mr. and Mrs.

\ celebrate the occasion. reception in Brooker. Fred Moore and Renee Moore of it
bride's parents
the receiving" line stood in frontof L wtey; Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes, $# 1 4 s

The the mantle in the living room,, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Andrews Mr. .5'

magnolia and Mis- Charles Perry, Dr. and
banked with
vhich was
Mrs. Dudley South Dr. and Mrs-
boughs, ivy, and burning yellow
Kenneth Lel.is.Mr. .
candelabra. F. W. Kokomoor,
tapers;:! in branched Kenneth Trammel,
and Mrs.
the piano was a yellow arrangement -
Mrs. H. Coleman
and Mr. and
5. gladioli and chrysanthemums
of ;
I twobranchedcfndelbra all of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. {
and 1
; Turner and family Miss
with burning yellow
Martha Andrews, Mr. and Mrs.

Baskets of giant mums gladioli daisy Wendell t,. Moody and family Mr. A4 '
and yellow
cnrysanthemums of: and Mrs. Stephen E. Kelley, Gene
at points
were also placed and Miss Lucretia Cum-
Andrews r
interest. A fan-shaped arrangement :Mrs.
bee, of Jacksonville; Mr. and : h

of yellow gladioli, chrysanthemums silver. '}James B. Kelley and family, Mr. ,
and jade in a
.f ; MrsClarence Roberts and
; bowl: was used on the dining room of Lake Butler.
the arrangements;joe Sapp
buffet. Flanking

\'y'I.. ? were four artistically decorated n+ \
-- ISandra {
-, Carmichael !'"cakes made by the honoree's

L. Reddish. Atop 55Y
aunt Mrs. R-

I Is ComplimentedAt each circular cake, was a small

Bridal ShowerMiss doll representing the bride and l i

MANE IT YOUR OWN her attendants. Each doll's gown

Sandra Carmichael popu covered the bottom of a circular

lar bride-elect, was complimentedwith cake, making a full skirt effect

WITH 8MK MM LOAN a lovely bridal shower last of and was beautifully fashioned in PIECE: BEDROOM SUIT ALL FOR
Saturday night at a detailed copy of that of the

1 Mrs Morris Carter on Highway bride and her attendants!. One-Innerspring Mattress

She economy of bank auto financing may 16. Completing the refreshmenttable :!

Arrangements of yellow chrysanthemums were .two large sheet cakes One-Box Springs $ 95

make the over-all cost of buying a car less than mixed 'with tropical decorated in the form of gifts. One-Bed Spread $174

pi tbi k. Terms arranged to fit your budget lavender (blossoms, were used in Several games were enjoyed

decorating the Florida room and with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Two-Boudoir Pillows

....ith necessary insurance premium included dining room of the Carter home. Carl Sapp of Starke and Miss: Two-Feather Pillows

In the loan. Come in and get full information! > Guests were greeted by Mrs. Car Janice Hayes of Jacksonville.The .
ter and the hostesses, Miss Con honoree was assisted in

nie demons, Miss Carolyn Wain- opening her gifts by her mother, S

j wright, and Miss Shirley Norman. Mrs. Debris Carmichael Mrs. We Give 2W" Green Stamps

I The yellow, lavender, and white Shirley Gaskins, and the hostesses. -

color motif was also carried out Miss Christine Hanks of Jacksonville NO CARRYING CHARGE -

FLORIDADANK in corsages presented to the honored formed the ribbons and

.. guests and hostesses. bows into a cascade as a mementoof

Displayed on the dining table, the occasion.

AT STARKENJ covered with an imported lace Mrs. Carter cut the cake which
Hart Furniture
F 21 AM Of TKJ*''01'01' .punea!i G"OU '"PU"FCOIUL OVOpT w W NANCO CORK cloth was the bride-elect's chosen was served from silver trays by COJ11panyi

I china and crystal. the,'hostesses, and Mrs. Shirley

s I Arranged on the buffet, which Gaskins poured punch from silver -

was covered with a lace cloth services.

.. .'On( BRADFORD COUNTY Tl'LCGKAril.: S.TAR3E. FLMKIPA TnrmU.\\; NOV. 19, 19.V!
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,.. Christmas PackagesFor Negro Juveniles lived .LaBelle until the deathof
Farm Census
editorialLaw her husband, when she made
Overseas l'er home with her children. Mrs.
"We'll swim
; Undergo ledge Thompson, Mrs. Freda -

Now Under Wav Packages for overseas shipment Carter and Albert Miller of Tampa '
0 the widest
EnforcementNot to members of the armed forces Lake PlacId. and LaBeile-

::y regular mail should be mailed Besides her eight children she L //
Measured In DollarsThe Field work in the 1959 Censusof :Jftvt>en Ncv. 1 and Nov. 20. Postmaster Three JsVsro juveniles were is survived by a twin sister. Mrs ocean.

Argiculture got under way G. J. McGriff Jr. said this sent back to jail for further in- ;.fJ. IfcRae of Starke. and: a
Wednesday when a force of cen- 'veek. Airmail packages should fourth large :Amber of grandchildren.!:
\estieation. and a was
fact that automobile clubs and law enforcement takers started t- mailed before Dec 10. he ad- give top-notch
officers yiis visiting even placed on probation by County well really so all out to you
are apt to view traffic viola- the
farm in aiea.
Judge T. A. Yawn this week in or
?. tions from quite different angles i is well illustrated Census questionnaires have been did.MAYOR'S connection with the theft of pe- U'4.XTFJ Clean Cotton Rags insurance service, whether its an emergency

in the present disagreement between Lawtey mailed to all farm operators. The COURT cans. V lMnl. Bradford". >o Shirlv ilii>t KtC'lean. just a request for advice. Give us a cell today.
Tel -
officialdom and officers of the Peninsula:; Motor census takers will! nOvisit all As Juvenile! Judge. Yawn released 'bnh County

Club of Tampa. f-nns in the area to collect the Case handled in Mayor's Court a 13-year-old: boy to his parents -

.1' The value of an automobile club, of course, lies forms and. if necessary assist the last reek were. and. placed! him on proba- C'\I.I. K0t lilt.

::": in the services it renders to members, and hand- farmer. in filling out the report. Jack Leonard Hardesty runningred tion for an indefinite period. Ayearod <... 1-d l M\KMBKIt..:"|N VV lU! (\00 IG.lo'ivc.l I9.VJnl Tr Harold C. Wall Agency U
The \ rkll1tme Census is takenat '
, about light $12-50 bond forfeited. J : and two 16-year-olds !'h. rm >*nniit of Thcity oil ,
ling complaints traffic violation
'''' tickets is five-year intervals, and the Eugene Etansfailure to yield were sent back to charges -fdrn". .. Florida, VI The ("i" flail 200 E. Call Street Dial WO 4-lSOl
jail on .
.. of these services. Such Ia I ->::< Kl! -ritl.i. '-nlil":Oi n.
. one organizations have H15 survey is the 17th in a ser- :-uht: of way causing an accident. cf petty larceny .... >v T. AI:1.. fin 1 u..Mlnv !"......iuI.. .
: also taken on the task of exposing officials who i l"s that began in 1840. The cur- J-J7.50 bond forfeited. ., P I?'.". At 'vi"". h Tm- .\n.1fi.t Representing Hartford Fire Insurance Company Groupsjewehayii
., Deputy Sheriff Dolph Redds'isaid : \iI i I'"h I i.-. (-i\-fj vv'ill l I'.
'I may trap unwary motorists into traffic violations Hilt census will yel I up to date Robert Henry Bryan reckless I 1'.1',:,,,.i., tol..n..1nd lgad .\I..u.1 ''n
:. ; for the purpose of increasing their income, :Information on the number and (drip causing an accident yesterday: was investigating Th. t..II..Niag.!
; :rile connection of the ,,',.
a pons -I! ';aoo I i:tri'rution Triik!
or that of the town that size of farm, acreage and harvest 5>32 50 forfeitedI .
them. -I'
fI" employs roys with a breaking and entering 'i\ 'I.n'"r. ("('-Haron: IrV1" :- k -
of livestock -i enry Carter. failure to have n- th orloj '
After riops. product suntiRS On l:- tr
a traffic violations
recorded in job several weeks when 5570 .
ago n.
ar TirttirIy. Oat nun i'T.I"r. >
nicic under control
and\ inventories, selected farm causing an .
Lawtey during the With IffattT In.'hi l ..1.i .
past several months, A. was stolen) from the home of William <
facilities and equipment and selected accident and damage to personal 1Imn" tic F.'u.tI !: .1 r .1.d: ,
Ridgely Jones, president of Peninsula Motor farm expenditures.When Property fined S7750 or 15 day Lane. Negro;; resident of the Tires With Trthf (/""vtnti"n "n
r: .,. K T. lnvln!.- t'tilify 1 ml'
Club made public a list of observations and Edwards Loop road.
., rec- E. C. Frazier. public intoxica- .
the )last farm: census was M 'l'!' Ixk I".r"rHI AIm tfiit
ommendations to Lawtey officials. taken in 1951. the value of all tioi. $27.50 bond forfeited. The juveniles, all from Lincoln frv-.. fI'l AfH\f ":'{('lno1illg I-I.'q

From this "bill of particular we note there i is j.Mliirts sold toy farm operatorswas Calvin! Henley. public intoxica- City. had implicated themselvesin The i':'Hi'Said fity Cnnnril K... r.. ,

I no accusation on the part of Peninsula that Law- $1.256.873. The value of all tion. $2750 or 5 days. the theft of 52 pounds of pecans ', h'.. tight T." 'V-'tpt Or Hejr. i 11"

... tey City :Marsha! :Mitchell Brown arrested motor- crops sold was S")45.82-l) and in- Crlvm Henley: disorderly conduct from the W. H. Dukes farm 1.>r .\i""Ulldt< 1htsits Of fits ofi.
by fighting dismissed for south of Starke. in one instance ,:'.,i. Ki.iritU
::. ists without due cause, or "trapped" them hIlled! $257.609; for field crops; .
lack of witness.Calvin 'ml 90 pounds from the same farm J" \1.n-I!I! IM iranl*. ("itr 1.i I
I 'i violations. The complaint to be S202.521: for vegetables; $81.079 II /19 2t 1' :"
seems mainly Henley resisting arrest, at another time.TJicy .
: lor fruits and nut: and $1,615 for Il
: that
"too many" violators were arrested.In horticultural specialties. ?:27! 50 or ;5 days. sold the pecans to a local li TIt.nr( ttf lh"* f nonM JnilcrIrtdluril ,
reviewing the of ('''nnlt. Mnlr IX Florida
income the City of Law- Thclma Booker Roman reckless buyer for $41.56.
: .' tey, Mr. Jones points out the high percentage of Value of all livestoik and livestock driving damaging personal ,..- the In l"ijt.-i'rn.inir'n ..f Mar: lid. .i
products sold! in 1954 was ''i.. '1 i.. IH'..IW,|.
income prperty.: postrcned until defendant .
from fines and forfeitures
I as compared -J-eiS.OQ-l and included $21.727 for Final Rites Held Tn .Vil 'VVIiofit It Mar ( f nrrrn: fy ,
with that from other sources.: This is certainly L> out of hospital. :..'ti..- I)is i'l "ret.xfei"**" lhaJ K,.i
$317.321 for .
dairy products; poul- Zle1 failureto f rit.1 i her final "rt P.\
: Joseph Lehoczky.: .tin rpi> all ,
true for the past three months, but it hardly try and poultry products; and For Mrs. Miller .1:: .. ..f tin- <-i=Saf,- of Marr Ktl! <"afljik .
yield right ot way. causing an .. ,
dt-.a..1. that hfil i InPetition
proves that the city is making arrests for thtUI J224.846 for livestock and livestock accident. $5250 with fine !'U.p ;;- for final djhars'.. and
purpose of increasing its income. Marshals have products. Funeral I services for Mrs. Lillie ill: .itht> nil) a p|>Jr: tn-hr M..ii.-i.il h".
:" drct and probation for 30 days.
'- ... ,.
Miller were held on Nov. 8 in La- li .n \ V "D. .Jr. <'oonty J"",
been changed: often in Lawtey and Value of forest sold Cases handled in Mayors Court 1
they enforce products Bc-lle with Rev Gant and Rev.IJovette rf l'-a if irdO'linfr* Florida! on till
....,. the law with ,"aryingdegrees of zeal. When from the countys farms in 1954 Monday were: officiating. Intermertwas 1J .I.r.. "e.',"mln-r. 1!':;a. for ..iif -
f jtaJne ant fur final 01.-
... there is an "inactive" marshal: income naturally A.,as $92,9Hornsby> :,;). Calvin Henley, public intoxication. in Oionta Cemetery at La- .|.;-,>.\.l r.as K*<-" itJrix ..f th t-M.1" ..
: : 527.50 or 5 days; ;' XjfUtfora. 1ark.. .. slumps, but this does not mean that no violations Belle. t'-. :tl day ..f S.'tomt..r. ltt! :
Charlie F.d3rclI GENUINE (TI.TTKEI) j
vag- LADIES' & iENTS;
being committed Mrs Miller born Sept. 30 111 ('lark.I. .
are during this time. Pleads was .. ..
$2750 .. .
larcy. or 5 days: : :' -r the 4 "tltt.r M.i-i:
The mayor of Lawtey receives 1330 in Starke and lived here un- ..... ,. .
an annual! ':h" i 1:11'); df rea-sed
of Calvin Starling disorderly con til her marriage After that she II I i' 41 1": 1 1"; PEARLS BULOVAS
stipend $100 with To
no fees for handling court Guilty riuct by use of profane language

cases. The city marshal receives a monthly sa1- 27.50 or 5 days. r

ary of $300 plus $60 per month car allowance Lesser ChargeElmer ,,,, :

whether he makes one arrest or hundreds. Therefore Co. C. Promotes Now Open To Serve You i1fI::::I. .

;. to imply that the mayor or the marshal i< Hornsby pleaded guiltyto J., .:=, !-

making arrests increase; their personal income aggravated assault on his aped Two Specialists : -d
does not hold water. I. ther. James Horn<=by, in Circuit US H 'V .
Tao members of Starke's Na- TRY-
Court here Wednesday
During the construction work U. morning
on S. 301.:
tJcnal Guard unit Co. C. 748th
caution signs have been erected all along the one and .v was->ar placed with the on provision probation that for SUB were recently piomoted-- Only $$32.50 From $$24.50
highway, and it would obvious up
seem to any mot- h- leave Bradford County. Horns- tin Crosby and Frank Wofford GARAGE AND UPHOLSTERY SHOP
orist that the utmost care in driving should be bhad previously pleaded not new have the rank of Specialist5th
used. In the main part of Lawtey the yellow TiijJty; to a charge of assault with Class. having been promotedfrom Corner Court and Jefferson

." no-passing stripes are now clearly painted, and intent to kill- Specialist-4. Phone WO 4.9101
Crosby. who is employed by Hercules '- Watches ELGIN
in this the by $$19.95
area construction excavation, some- The attack on the elder Horns Powder Co.. has been a up
times as deep as two feet or more, comes right to by resulted from a family argument -
member of Co C for seven Repairs.
years. .
the edge of the pavement. Ordinary : at the Hornsby farm east
His job assignment in the unit
sense would dictate to any reasonable motoristthe cf Wilbur Starke Hornsby.on Sept. younger 7. son SJ'ioOrdnance Parts Specialist. AUTOMOTIVE: TK ACTOR AND TRUCK SCHICK.{ BULOYA, REMINGTON; ,

folly of passing under such circumstances, Wofford i%-3 newcomer to the NORELCO
of James Hornsby. was also charged SMALL: ENGINES: 1
even without the warning yellow stripes.If u'1 t. having transferred to Starke
with assault on his father and
motorists endanger themselves and others Was released under bond sometime earlier this year from Bluefield.V. Po r.ta.h I ELECTRIC SHAVERS
the Va.. uhere.he was active int e..y.n l ..
by violating law, should they he arrested or u.o. Yon
;:e .Ai iny Resen'e His unit job t
not? It's as simple as that. MM KM urn If";. IU:;!. is senior automotive repairman.He WELDING STEAM: CLEANING: :
The observation by Mr. Jones that Lawtey'sfine <-\ ... .KOII Itllis $$5 trade old -
.. is employed at the Blandin.faint'nance .! razor h
-;; 'al.fl l.i,.K VV 1'1'I i: H..i\.f1 V.Tht \- Of your
and forfeiture fund for the third We Upholster Types
C.n i IILIM'i: II. Th city; IIi :\ Shop and resides at
"comprises approximately 60 cent of all income >-... ?.. Florida .1t TI,.. ('it,: Hall ._...
per : Hampton. Furniture and Auto
1 I- :-s.x'ke! Florida mnl 7 oo -
received by the City from other sources" !'i .. i' M. On TiW'tlsO. I I..ml..r
., 1..1 P. 1.V; '. .\AVhiib, Tim. _\n unrealistic
seems an .: way of judging the right ..- All Iids I K...ti 'n1 Will I'-
and wrong of traffic enforcement. The r.ii!'irlv 111"0"11n..' Head Aloud on
.. purpose Tut- Kollowinp, : ...... '_ ... WILL HOLD MOST ITEMS!
-a&'o : r-{ -
of traffic law $1.00 !
enforcement is to protect the life On.-I"'.". h\i1II"r.\ On Mn'fr YOU CANT BEATThEAT q .- .

and property of people who use and live along ..' n. ""kk-I'II Trui'k.. With, Ov T-,..
: .KI :nrmr:!< on ll'\r l: 'ar Tirei L--, .
the public roads. Revenue derived is beside the "\-J: !iFlat, 'Iin'.. on i Ir.ar

':a. point, and whether the city obtains little or lots KronAmi l'.iJfT! Indll..ff.Krar Tir I"nml..r'" \\itli! .. Saul of its fine and forfeiture fund from this source
Tli. Kipl, l T" A.-crpI Or T'.ejerl .\n WILL SELL!
;;? has nothing to do with the issue. Law enforce- Or All Girl,
<.'if I'< HP' ll ('f Cl1\ Ofitarki Saturday Morning
.... ment can't be turned off, like tap water, when '. "Florid' .... -
.,. revenue reaches a certain pre-determined point. 1\! :\Jo-r'fII) t-t1n'lb ''''* flerkII MEAT MARKETPHONE ... ,
l 19 it H 2fi j; Theatre Tickets At
:... We say these things in spite of the fact that ..

'" we detest a "speed trap," operated purely for 4-. .t:, .... with the all new WO 9-1093 GEM JEWELRY 1o.; I '

profit, as: much as does any member of a motor 617 E. BROWNLEE ST. STARKE, FLA. ( ", !'ii
club. We do not feel, however, that Peninsula fUEL SAVING, OWNED AND OPERATED BY / 1'J:> n}

,".11 is on solid ground when it criticizes: traffic law WHEN fLOOR HEATING ERNEST ALLEN AND BILLY HARDENBROOK

enforcement in Lawtey because it has contributed ;

more than any other source to the city's revenue SPECIAL S Interlocking Sets
in recent months. That i is: immaterial. SMOKED

:: :Much more cause for concern, we think, is Pen- YOU

insula's disclosure that during the first ten PORK SHOULDERS Ib 29c ONLY From $47.50
4 4_
months of 1959 "not a single resident of Brad- .

ford County was arrested"-for traffic violation! ,

we assume they mean. :Marshal Brown explain NEED FRESH PORKSHOULDERS REPOSSESSIONS ... 2 Elgins
this by saying that local motorists are familiar

with the situation and do not violate the no-pass Ib -. 2 adsworths

ing regulations. We agree with Peninsula, however MON'EY; 29cI.B.

that it is remarkable that not a single Brad- y- i off or More on these.

fordite would have run afoul the law during a I

ten-month period. It goes without saying that F,. SOMEONE'S: LOSS IS YOUR GAIN: -
the law should be enforced to the same degree for SEE US r

everyone. e '

Also well taken, it seems to us is Mr. Jones' Only at Gem Jewelry The Newest
failure to understand why City officials -+- -_Y tP 29

failed for months to call to the attention of proper :1. Fryers Method of Watch Overhauling byELECTROSONIC

authorities the dim line painted on U. S. 301

while at the same time conducting' vigorous

campaign to prosecute motorists for passing in LUAS S: I .. f
a no-passing zone." It was only after Peninsula Two Watch Makers to Serve Yon for Fast Dependableand

Motor Club reported the situation to the State Is't .. -' -4 FRESH Guaranteed: Sen ice. Let Your R. R. Watch Inspector -

Road Department that the lines were repainted, i do our Semcinff. All Work Timed by the

Mr. Jones declares. UP; T6 The ONLY Heater in SPARE RIBS Ib 39c. Famous Watch master.
The club official also seems on firm ground 't

when he complains: that the Lawtey marshal America built toHEATEVERY GREATESTHrrs.I'EI'IORf

wears no uniform, has no marker bat a red lighton $$600 12 OF AMERICA'S

his car, and "habitually parks on1 the-wrong 4 SMOKED: THE STARS WHO MADE TUEM f [

side of the street" in checking traffic violators.He PieceQc
also declares that the marshal "readily ad- 't BACON Big $3.98 VALUE
,. .
mitted that the attitude of file motorist governedthe ROOM INVOURHOME ff G7' HI-FI I RECORD

amount charged the violator." ..

Perhaps there is room for improvement all 1 I "Folks Find UsFriendly" $f 00'

around.automobile We clubs would promote like to an see intensive for instance campaign, the PURE LARD 3Ib jar 39cSOUTHERN (1\\ff\t-\\uJ. ..I\\i 't :'- J miCome WITH COUPON

among their membership for strict observanceof 3," -

all traffic laws. Then the Marshal Browns of: LOCAL 1 FINANCE with/ exclusive y." --'' In And Get Your

the country, whether right or '\Tong. would have : .MERITA OR TIP TOP FREE Coupon!

no occasion to make arrests. COMPANY SUPERFLOOR BREAD 2 loaves for 29 -

EST. 1811 116 N. Walnut Street
FLORIDA OLDEST WEEKLY SEWS" ((2 Doors From Post Office) FRESH ;;

8 PIVFR rr tiHFii: tovn>orsiTCXPtIB PHONES

,. THE BANE M. STHED. \\'4-0101 and WO 4-0111 Slade Gas Co. SAUSAGE MEAT 3fc $1 109 E. Call Street 4. Starke, Fla.

CU. Matt r M* .. Marguerite Hall N. L. WOOD UR f Owner
bll.ki4 E.rfc fl.V. mm* Eiterrt as S* Mgr. ,
at'.the Past urn at M.rk FU. mmirr Art .! lar. i. 1m 10 f Starke, Fla.

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:- -: : .: News Copy Needed :'Legion To Hear 1 Post 56 American Legion. Tuesday :'iifrrrnce to b?: h Id In Diytonayracli. :
I2BHSGIrIs -- 4;: t b Icy. \. ; -t. d'":iiS: I ( rfcht Nov. 24. at 7:30 o'clock. lkl't unta! uuuvfS

. tAI Early Next Week Clay County Head Daring the program he will !showi aid othr:.-,.

4 (; :il: m Of Civil Defense i tne operation of r light evacuation Tpfr hza'Tif ....il! 1)(p s' i'. d
$ 1. { flue to the Thanksi\ing holiday :-
Rank '
With Va' it
Top i '<0 1Ui't The Telegraph will be pinlished tcuinunitv. a'J : are urged to attend.
on Wednesday next week .. Ray Chance. Clay County Civil
'. t4 j kaT ;.. .ta c= instead of Thursday. j:Defense Director will be guest Amon the items if business to

In.Phys EdTwelve 4p mt> 9 w 1I&iI I i All correspondents ministers. f'IJt.2kn at the regular meeting of h. taken up at thii meeting will COMMVN1Tt cnrRcn
|31 *MS J5* 1R1:,.. be a final report on the fair ap- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
aai.., a jsrj. LeZ ". publicity chairmen of clubs etc. time cannot be sure of publira-\ p :n men of committees to work Dr. Albert C. Holt. MinisterMis.

girls in Bradford High > I are asked to cooperate by turning Lion.Advertising driving the summer months on J. L. Hetherinrton
.and Junior School rank in fR their ropy in to The Telegraph office Organist and Choir Director
t High j a; : copy. including plans! for the next fair, the construction -
the nation's top 10 per cent ac- not later than Monday noon. classifieds should te in by 5 p.m.1onda. of a building for use in Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn

1 cording to grades on national Any materia receded after that }-. the trailer park, the mid-winter ing Worship 11:00 a.m.I .

physical fitness tests recently given -------co-
as of education 4 --- --
part physical -
z ol I -
programs in the two schools. Fk 1 Hil

. girls'Katherine Mrs.physical Nina May education Andrews, who programs and head Mrs.the, r: _: ri r 1 4Y THE CHURCH FOR ALL -- ALL FOR THE CHURCH ill:

, said their students attained the V} ,.

ratings after scoring high markson I

a battery of seven physical ,
fitness tests, including pull-ups. 11
sit-upa. shuttle-runs. standing : ;
x: Ptom I ; I
broad jump, softball throw. 50- II

yard dash. and 600 yard run-walk I
races against the clock. tal Top left: Sally Hardin. Jo- / II',

r Reddish. Barbara Laine,
Freshman! Hardin and '
Sally t 4 SI _
Itt.t.v'n11I and Mary McGee Ret on the r : II III
ophomore Susan Slade were the A. ''g \j :::
) r vv :JS mark for the 600-yard runJ J .
I highest scorers among approxi- rJ t ; 1; walk I
mately 300 junior and senior high JP N race. !

school girls taking the tests. The Above: Barbara McKinney :, I

two girls! achieved ratings of 97 rj;; .Iw, : T., .J! winds up for a mean pitch I ,

per centile. meaning they were in s f with the softball ; 6 Z ) 1 I
the top three per cent of all girlsin s 'i If
the nation taking the tests. 1 Lower left: Erma Smith de- I
% ,

I per Other centile girls or better scoring bracket in the were 90 ( J morulratcs df'inzil.1I> correct ti" while form Susan for 1 I ..f, ,:,.-

Barbara Starling, Gail Stevenson, : Sladc turns her attention to I i

Linda Blackburn, Jackie Griffis. (the pull-up bar. I

Erma Smith, Linda Hildebran, k _. \ II I 1v _J

Carolyn Barbara McKinney
Moody -
The National Physical Fitness I
Dee Walters, and Clarice
program was started two years
Coleman. The last three namedare I 7 4 .
ago by President Eisenhower asp
all in junior high.
result of reports that the nation's I
Another 45 girls had scores in .1
Li .. young people were lagging j I
the 80 per centile range of the $', ; leiiind hose of other countries in w .

tests. 1(rating of at least 50. One year The figures show that one year physical fitness. j "

'Irs. Andrews said 70 per rent 1 ago the same group took the of physical education more than On the local level, at least, the i

of this year's eighth grade girls! same tests and only 31 per cent, doubled:: the number of girls able program seems to be payingI I

passed the test by achieving; a passed. to pass the tests. i I, handsome dividends. I Ii

u .__ _____ .
town counciimeii. l I njd been advised that water was i.low I

Interest Up In Keystone AnnexationAs i Incumbents, Mayor M. L. Bea- : flowing from Lake Brooklyn j

i :-.ley. Tax Assessor T. M. Millican, troard Keystone Lake and that j jcuivcrts : i 1
;jTus Collector Sarah McDonald, should be cleaned and debris ; I CHURCH FOR ALL <'''

December 8 Referendum NearsSixtyfive :land Councilmen H. L. OwnbeyG. moved from the water course. i ii ALL FOR THE CHURCH '
E. The Churik n m" (f a iti txlor Oil
Wiggins, and Fred S. Dodd j i The matter was referred to Councilman -
endi for tl.t cha'.d
bu4d.cj ot
have all qualified as candidates Wiggins to take up with I I rod I It, 9 a. ....... w.r nt .. .:: ='..'[.."-. __. .v-_ '--' .:.
.brr..J.'p : : = ::
"outsiders" qualified posed to be annexed will check fr re-election. county authorities for aid in this spirits l raise' > \\ 'I'TTOt.4 A stun: ( TlUlprithrr
to vote in the Keystone their Dtc.1 8 ballots at a polling The only contest is in the council .)project- ...hnona.v n-. iiilu4T.nn cia
Heights annexation referendum to place set up in George Massa'si race where Don Shackleford j The clerk was instructed to pay funivr III-.- a.- tojt wanihy ,.a'- :Mothc: 's wearing her smart new hat. Susan's curls I

be held Dec. Registration books ;i ?i iase, at the northeast corner and Bill Beam have qualified in i I a a item of $20 for Civil Defense ... rvrry pcnin: "HcnW alTrnd .rr\ -rsrc : are brushed till they shine, and Dads looking pretty i,
c.osed last Saturday-: ':1 of Lawrence Boulevard and Garden :>'opposition: to the incumbents. Director Ray Chance for expenses ulirljr and viirt\ the Clunk T hr, I .. ,sharp, himself! in that pale gray :suit.:
: trrI I) For hi.* e...ii >.i (l) For h:. \ I
At its Nov. 10 !
Since the annexation proposal Street. regular meeting 'i during November. 1959. i ... : If. the Browns. look like a family starting out on
c Kildrrnakr I') I- li-ak-\ 01 t.
).111"t.t b?: approved by a twothirdsL' The area proposed to be annexed the Term Council adopted an or- The matter of stray dogs in the I 1! comm ally and n....... (4) F.c &* vie a pleasure ri< e well, that's exactly what they're I

only: of those voting both in- i.icludi-s 43 homes and would add rinance providing that polls will city was referred to Councilmen oi the thartS:! i-';!f. ..i'! -:i}; IJ-M. h. f ,a'r::It to do. They're going: to church. I

i f. :-nil outside the present city approximately 150 persons to Key.anfcs ; bs oren from 7 a- m. to 7 p. m. Terrell and Williams to work out I II, -.1 and mal".1 "':i.-rt. Pin I. ;;, I The:; Browns are regular churchgoer.But this i ist".i I

limits.i 22 residents of the area On recommendation of the ciiis for impounding such anin.aJ& I In church rf jjl; :laril ami t'jj Jtui C.: .:k! seer '.. They po to church rot only because theyi I'
present estimated population -
Mayors Citizens Advisory Committee I ": ;
i'> t-po-iU to bo annexed could deft 1' I
-i i Ui' y should: I I.ul because theya f to. Church, forD
-t t thi; i="'ie b> toting "no." of 500. The new aiea, if added Council voted that the I
i is of the most joyous occasions of the week.
h.k cas>T'm lava ore
t.Ti on? will venture to forecast would be bounded by a line sheet 1 now designated as Orchid Short :7
Ji'! f'- election will go. although .Baiting at the intersection of Avenue be renamed Wiggins Drivein Meeting : j"nd.. r. 'n:,. 4! 1-1 s-., one ewer sad that going to church had to be a

tit; : hi been concerted opposite Peach and Orchid Streets, including honor of G. E. Wiggins and i I Tuerio:\1."nAaar.> r'l'UII Ir 3 SI i IITkumwy t-! I >pIuJT.! 1 Ii.n5-facd: : auiir. doing to church isn't: a duty

:" annexation by a few prop i blocks 9 and 10 of Lake View that: the County Commission be I Of CommissionI i iI W.'i'dsr: Jt!oF.n*.. ::1'i t tt; :' L'; a i>;vvll:7?. I

,. "ners who still wish to be highlands, thence running to rrquested to concur with regardto I I Fn-bx I' ..-: r* !; I-'!* S. '!-?.? c'.,."-rca yctntjestintion" this Suntlay. And go II IIFarar3

: "i l.-ri d out" of the city limits.T' Grove St.. down Grove to Point that portion of Orchid Avenue Everybody: must: be happy. A: r Rr-.c: ton 1 1.1 r : ;y-'a-!! .

i listration i deadline there View Road and on to Lake Genet maintained by the county. lea. t. nobody appeared to register .. .

J llr. i Iren 33 new registrationsw. extending 200 feet into the Roy W. Tyre's low bid of $225 any complaints or requests at the '... : t

'1'-he city limits, bringing lake from the water's edge: thence foi mowing weeds on vacant lots mid-month County Commission. : ..
p-; ni voting strength in Key : eaoteily back to Peach Street.I I| in the city was accepted. Only meeting Monday night And that's ,".--,N'.- I -.,"".. ....<...>......w
?" T Heights to approximately Also on Dec. 8 voters inside the other bid received was from T. unusual -ask any Commissioner.The ; -

250. Baker & for $350. Board met at 7 ....., It "
city limits will elect a mayor tax W. Sons p. m. ap- s h. I
:; '' :' ..f
;'"' ifims in the area pro- collector tax aSsessor. and three Clerk C. II. Haberstroh said he pi oved its financial statement for -

fiscal year 1958-59, exchanged a ,
little small talk and adjourned by

s. 7.30 fcr what is believed to be the These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service

It's low. i t s lovely briefest Commission meeting on i
( .
ll :. 1 I Commissioners present were: H. | -
f Its : A. Bishop; Jr.. Mrs. Jessie" Chas-'

tarn and Chairman Harold Nor- JOHN A. TOR ODE s
f; ;I
with the famous Cool Safety Cabinet I ( Man. I GASOLINE (;ilsEFUEia
f'f h II
The Dearbora Crest blends into all decorative I OIL DISTIUnFrOI FOR KEROSENE

schemes. Because of the Cool Safety Cabinet, you Volleyball LeagueIn .
can use it as an extra table..put books,ash trays,evena i r
potted plant on top! Newly designed Glo-Brite radi Volleyball League games last OILS Si'iRITSl I
ants, Forward-Flow Circulation and improved orig- a Thursday Maintenance Shop took j l M-'

iaal features provide better heating for your home! 1 I two out of three from Jaycees and j \It//;; I
I Cabinet Shop treated Prison thesame ; I '\ ::111/ I

.. that's whySUDE JJ a:1le.whmn: : will de! Scores way.in Maintenance. Shop vs.I j !I FIRESTONE TIRES ;;_ : iNSLCfICIUFSa : ; II IIII

,Jaycees games were 15-12, 5-15, FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL I III
GAS COMPANY I and 15S.After; : II I
a take one (15-5) lose i Madison and Cherry 51. l'II0XE0 9.2011 Starke, nO.'I .

Phone WO 4-3551 Starke, Fla. one (11-15) pair between Cabinet": II

Shop and Prison the third game
was tied up 12-12 until Cabinet 'I

..... -.. .... ... --.......",.,.,................. -...""vqwfFROSTPROOF Shop squeezed by for the 15-12' I

14.5 CU. FT. GIANT... .____-uA', ,.. _".._ _...........;:,,;: .v win. W. T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO Bradford County

Frost-Proof Imperial' Model Going into the final round of '

CUAIANTElU1U :i play Maintenance Shop will play Mayor of Starke Associate Store Telegraph

Prison next Thursday. Nov. 19. i

I FRIGTOMRE ?* i* at 7 p.m. and Jaycees and Cabinet El I -- -
# Shop will battle it out at 8 p.m. 1 II
with big bottom-freezer 1 1'i No games arc scheduled for' I I r I

I I _- LJSMALL Thanksgiving.\'. 26. > I GEMJEWELRY; I
J Ii Denmark Furniture Co. am Rosenberg &

!II, j I
New and Used Furniture
{' \1.1. FOR nil* j i, I Of Starke I !
1:1.1.: I-ITT IIF !VT'RKI': i I i I
111 EASY TERMS :SKU.KD rn \l1 t1s.1I> rill) he re"i .
I : I ;,y thf "itr. council. at the
city !Hall in fTv- "itj of starke I
i1 ;I iiJ t'lont1t. until! 7 lift IV M. KST. on EDWARDS1Grocery J & J FARM, HOME .1$
II defrosting : | .Vf-rmiKT 1 17. t i5: ; ? for arl.lill"n ]
This is more than automatic s .
i .,
Ii I ami'nipmvcm -rt- I" the municipal
3 !II Frost never forms, even in the';. '4 ( 'i :t'T. :f utn>!y and distribution i! and Market Building Supplies Inc. I And Auto Supply
< ,
i I freezer section. There's no frost... ( 'nsii-tine: d- j I
ce> .\> Th inn of a newnatcr ; II III I Ih
-- ---, no defrosting of any kind, ever.: It'sa .;t.i :supply! neli and tarhino pump H i Ii
at the file of pxistinKlvated
\ Z 5 giant in every Kay.I. W. : rue .
I nator tank on Lake Stn-et at Pratt
I -- i 1'/I IM1 CHECK THESE "PLUS" FEATURES ,/ i Klrrt 100" interconnecting pl- I
.d / t,tnc ;o tinwater distribution i ii itnairs I BRADFORD I
I I Mammoth 150 lb. FmtPntfFreezer : Community State Bank BROWNLEECOUNTY
L-i Section ': IN Alteration. to the ..*i tisting I II
r ., Roll Ts-Yom freezer baskets .uupinj1 facilities at the Xorrh twill..nnsisting .
; 2
biz -
1 I I 1 :
: "" of replacement of the' h Of Starke & CHASTEEN
i t o Whisper-quiet Rall-Ti-Yso shelves t.1 e'tH.ting high duty pumping unit TELEGRAPH I L
I an.' installation:: of chlorination '
flowing Cold Meat Tender keeps 1 | efjnipnn-Pt. I. I
meats fresh op tI 7 days : I All material ar i "iiipnvnt: fur-
: d I! nislied and all work' performed shall
I a Magnetic Doors seal air.t pt : | ile in accordant with the plans.!

i .*s.. ":' Flip-Quick Ice Ejects sbucks and ;..i1 !menu' ":;calioml pertaiTinjr and contract tht"n'to. which d"cn- Market.WARREN'S 5 M IT T Y S

stares 83 tubes ; mar be> examined at the office) #f t Grocery and I
t *he I',ty Clerk.) Starke. Florida and ,
L $' AND SO fEMININE grout new fU a: the office of I>rnold!'. Smith Shell Station Barber Shop
'. ttJ a 11.1 'finrrhlt111 and Engineers. LAWSON'S I
e "Salptwxd Sheer l *
1 ,r .... .......J'1' '" I II irrr i Ju'k-itlf'Park Street. Florida.IP.Plan O. Box and 4M7I Specifications i ii i iI i

: ... : ,....i may be purchased from -
I{I Reynolds. Smith and If lhi.' \nhlJ j J I I i
tats ind Engineer*. for the um
of $1*.PO pr -which will not be TERWILLEGARMOTORS I
r.f.tnderL Individual copies of the I Isp GIB BROWN'SService GUY ANDREWS
STARKE RADIO & TV. >H-ifiratinn and partial set cf ., j
; drawings" mar '* procured for J5.t*'.
i per ropy and J0.7 per sheet re- Station Real I Estate

( JlJICI'\ty.. : not- refundable. ... e Your.Authorized Ford Diakrb I II. I
"iSf"The I
Ci\f Council
311 EAST CALL STREET STARKE FLA.: .J City' Of lArk"'. Florida I II I,,1,
I i Py :Merrill Edwards City Clerk 1
k J Ovt.: :1OT.. 6, Ih', 1 .



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Motor Club !Dynamite Fuse -I P hl'm during the difficult period Hearing Slated f

Stolen FromHercules '! of htlp adjustment.in finding They jobs and would would have ,For 2 NegroesIn Sell It Rent ft Trade It

_have someone to offer encouragement -

Levels Charges PlantFour when things got tough."

L/1r! '" Buck is warm in his praise of. Assaults WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
1 Continued From Page 11ujunarked r '
2 : Members of the prison staff, say- "iIII
bundled feet of dynamite Preliminary hearings: for tvvr
l r ins that Warden Sinclair and theprt0t3 i
and has only :a red lightto fu.iwith. a value of stout $4.32, *
indicate it. is an officer's car. have been z ? chaplains are especially !: Negroesboth chargt with as .S.4'II'1I1)! ItI..I" ___ _. _hU 'In r'r 1.I nA1 "H1't1..
mighty important
considerate of the prisoners: and sault with intent to commit murder n.- PHI IXH K>l> ''%MK All RFPEATEHOE OH MURK TIMMUK
In addition habitually parks tIt o two hu.nho jiiuiiuvil locks are always willing to offer aid to are scheduled for 2 yjiu Friday
the side of the street. p&4LMidgets 'Ht TMK U> Tm M W.r'.. .. __
on wrong II snd broke into seven -------- --- ---- AM
any mr.nho shows he deserves : in County Judge's Com IfrM4t "UHIt._-- 4 r..,. Per W..'
One an only' wonder why he an it. The Warden is 100 ppr cent ;,
39 will tt
Leroy Lyons, :
chooses the obscurity behind a go I Itm.M-: "'AIM-OUT. BATH Rf'- Furnthfd Hon* for Kent on Silver
officer t >hind the recreation program, | court charged with the Saturdaj ntti'-lit'K!! :Xo nw.niditwn.. Finanowv Lake Inquire at Greyhound Bus
for An .
b'tildmg parking. !
I weekend.i > '%e sa>s. "TJ :f' that boy with the! ,,il. 1.1. i- r-M, WO 471 I6lp ISS: :t.* Marion Ifc.-ilf
; assault Edward Jones of
night on
tt-ould: set the example", for obey- i Sheriff '
Deputy Reddish
Dolph 45 year sentence. He might still Lawtey. Jones, about 40. was admitted WR HAVE) a new loan program foifarmers. Inl:%\ RHO fS \tH F.HV HOMKi
ins traffic laws, including
properpukthg. j said yesterday that: the jab ap- I be in solitary if Mr. Sinclair had- :,, Bradford lIo Loans! ok I ta S Jean I i: .>d r.n.. fnr yvi r child Fair
i County for the entire credit require
: : U Ues LJcenced Phone WO ,
tall torfxthe woik of two I 'n** him break. Now he U
men given a ptal! with cuts about the chin meats vf the farmer and Ills fam 1116:! :X
10 The Motor Club is at a loss Thompson St. tfchg.r .
who knew what theyvere look-! ja respectable and worthwhile citi- | ily. <5Vjlle! i-rodurtloo Cr.'4MAssociation.
to understand why City officials : lower chest and stomach. Lyons V O HortU MaLL
ing for.: Nothing but the fuse 'zen." I."nrE
i :is in under $1.000 (1aln"I'vllle. FI.HADIO *. tCell- ForItctig
the county jail _
failed fol months to call to "nt {" .ll Wo 4.S.t!
was stolen, with tires tools and :! i Members of the prison's; base- !' bond. I
attention of propr-r authoring the REPAIREDl
ether valuable: items lett untouch- hill :and boxing teams are treated Jla. All M.4IIaIra.bIe I FOR Ja. 'T On KinKSley Lake tt
dim line pamUd on U. S. 301 O. J. Aaron also in jail:: under lrom .
.. (% "
arj.a .r. *
at the time conducting Ca.Reddish I I J1Jt! like they would be if they Sam Ro -nberg'8 Storeon
while same $1,000 bond, is:' charged with the MIKPHFHU-S: KIDIO TV
to said that two suspects' were playing for pay on a pro-, !_.>. tirtrm. Oi.rr I Ea.'! Call St.: tfchg
i a vigorous campaign prose- of Cicero of Lincoln
I II cutting Leggett ,
ale being checked, both residents -sional team. "I raise hell with .a : E. Tall M." Phuae UO 4- 9ttl
ci'te motorists for passing in a I City lasl Saturday night. "..rk.., FU.COIIIMil. FOR \I.P.
after of another part of the state. I J them when they start loafing or : F>adv mlronoretf.. conrrete block
zone. was only
no-passing Ji Leggett sustained cuts on the left .
n"n ftncf p.te. rand
L"lJ k bonehead plays Buck says. ,' FLORI51'Only t-ement
Motor re-
the Peninsular arm. : \t tar win rook steel ov<=terhPll
F T. D FUrlM in Starke.I'ow.r
pc-ted the situation to the State Revival Services : "They run extra laps in practice wired any place. Flowers I Llm"rn"k.Phon \VO4-ISI1.:! :! Brad-

Road Department that the lines i And Coach Manning th" next day and don't make the THE RIGHT POINT for mistakes WO 4.ti:!ll J 505; t.at :Nona St. tfchg
Crowds Fame: again.
were repainted. i ,' way you write. Come In and select I l''OnI.t: 14' Rorum Poal 4:'
official then Buck handles his prison athletes favorite ESTERBROOB hp Klectric J..hnK )n Motor and
The Motor Club your FOR HI'IiT-Furnll'h./I: apart-

inude the following suggestions: !1 To First Baptist j Junior| High Squad Closes Out Season !I the:' same way he used to handle m'..tClJJtaln .-..fI. .riCLKORAPH. t-lK'ppinir mrt Hea renter?<>nal>I'hone lf rate WO. !J-J011 Near/ ,".':..it lfo5 i>- Trailer j Starke Jimmy Gakin. tfchgF Rt

1. That if there appears cause r |(';05(> decisions when he was an r WO 4-5134: or call at 211 S. I,
j Rev. L. D. Haines, pastor of the!. I Cherry ?t. Shell Office. '!: SALE Sweet Potatoes tio
traffic law en- .umpire in Class D Florida State : Oil\ To
for vigorous j t
more First Baptist Church, said yester-I tfchgHASTINGS ; .-r In.. at fll rnl c in lie? X .)t tOO
cement on U. S. 301 within | I'i With Creditable 3-2-1 Record Baseball; League. Symptoms of Distress Arising from 'i-n Raysq, Highway.' ; Lurun Conner -
|i day that the church is exp.fijewing i .
tte city limits of Lawtey that you i : "I just call them the way I see STOMACH ULCERS tfchg
: the greatest: revival in its I
appeal: to the Bradford County j tnpm. If these boys goof off they MATTRESS .
of'Lairy -- EXCESS ACID Fo't: SLF Kenmore MoreIt5
Sheriff and to the Florida Highway hinory under the leadership The atarke Junior High School Midgets! were determined not to :! xnert: to be punished. They only DUE TO & UPHOLSTERY WORKS ...* .-.no1itlon Call Wo ga 4 ..>tI

Patrol to carry it out; and ,, Taylor of San Antonio. 'football] team I Midgets) closed :U any opponent cross their goal ask that they be treated fairly." f QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST "lh;

Texas. j i jout, their schedule last week with l line ;! .IU Lemon t. rautxa
Marshal confine and
Town they managed to do >
tl-at your I just Trial' Offer.' l-i: r\ft f..IIIIxT: : Sen) 1-.1"- -
his activities to other duties around j "Crowds are much larger than' 'a record of three wins, two losses, t that I ,.....-- Ask About 15-Day Furniture Repaired, Upholstered I leih Product. flood opening in X

traffic !! that of any previous revival" the i'and: one tie, for a good The Ala-He.! C-x Wrjt- na1&Jt.lgb's. PeptlAK
the city. including very sea- following boys did an outstanding f Over five millioa packages f die & Refinished j 1 fitl.l> IMmpliHi'TVnn'
)av enforcement on streets other ;' pastor! said, "and through Monday i 11 after most of the boys from last job during the season i I WILLARD TKtATMfNT bra been wtd MATTRESSES REBUILT .. 3t 'hg IMS
of distress arising f ron
for relief of
than the State Highway. ,nght many decisions for Christ 'year's: : squad moved up to the B !land will move up to the B Squad W. C. T. U. StMiwch aDd symptoms DiMiwl Ukw die to bUN New
;have been made and several 'team. AcM-PMf Dilution,Soar or UpMt. Innersprinjjsand :
be clearly new next!
2. That the police car year: I.
I.I Stomach CatUmu. Heartburn SI..p.I.w -
I marked as such; also that Chief j i members have united with the The season started with a trip I Jimmy Dowling, end; Bish Bishop "THEY SAY ALCOHOLISM IS; ,.,.. .te..doe to EICOM AcM.AU for Springs Men's Leather
I "_. pia athu Drop Us a Card or Call j
Mosaan" fvilj e >
Brown be provided with a uniform j I church. i 1i I to Fernandina Beach where the tackle; Leonard Dugger, halfback i 1|.\ DISEASE. SHOULD TilE home UeOment-lr a- *

and refrain from wearing civilian II "Young people have been attending |'boys did an excellent job tying a I i : ; Tom Moore, tackle; John :: NEWSPAPERS AXD RADIO BEALLOWED : PALATKA..\ :3-8166 > HALF SOLES

while I ;i team that was much larger and STAKKR >VO "- 93.a
sports shirts and trousers in great numbers, the Williams, quarterback; Barry TO SPREAD A DISEASE

en duty. II I pjstor said, "as Rev. Taylor's ex- i I more experienced. Starke was ''Fiilh, halfback; George Seely, ? IF SO WHY DO "T KOCH DRUG STORE MRS. prur.V: SIIM.I.FH. Starke.tfchg.

3. That the City if it is to con- nsiiences as a high school boy are 'ksding 13-6 with one minute left ;, halfback; Richard Hobbs quarter-i THEY TREAT IT LIKE OTHER \MITCHELLS DRUG STORE \rh' I 1.50 up

tuiue detaining visitors. issue a ropriate for fellowship and I to play but Fernandina took the :''back: ; Joe Gardner, guard; Jim- DISEASES??"

v.a mings more frequently in the I youthSaturday night he will give.I kick-off and returned it for 60 i tmy Lee. center; Henry Thornton. j j KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: Men's Rubber

flagrant violation cases. ;t his life's story from a life of vice II yards to tie the game 13-13. ; guard; Fred Huff, guard; Andy I;| [NATIONAL VOICE)
I jto liie for In the return played in :! BELOTE'S DRUG STOREATTENTION I.UH.f HOMK
4. That "Stop" signs be placed L j jm a Christ and will tell game Strickland quarterback; Hal j e,1 HEELS 85C Up
iSt-arke, Fernandina nial-'yne bou'
f experiences scored
t jof as a narcotics ad- | a Hawson. end; Jim Lewis, guard. 4 t'dtom'.
luing ,
rm. family
i i diet and brushes with the law. i iI touchdown! and extra point late Others who will return for an- j I .__ ---- liming mi pin parlor. Kx-ated rm.X.

dHow I "Every teenager !''in the game to win 7-0. Starke ''o'ner year on the Junior High -- --p- -== ;; .Walnut 5,.. choice residential I area;
learnedI .
I parent
!I.'f' to Ifusin!O !M.''tion, schoolshurche )
i should hear this message about I had a touchdown called back for School team are: Eugene Pass I' "- '. Lot eTtrnds dpth of entlr Extra !
''bJckfield in motion. blrx-k. Will ll ; Special
the temptations and problems of Bobby McLeod Herbert Sellers, s- partly lur I : it deoircd. Contact ilrs. 11. I
I need The Midgets next made a to 1 owner
don't trip
a Larry Crawford j
vouth. the pastor said. "Rev. I Jeffry Warren i 15. 'tlrLendon. 311:' Westrhester, Or-

F I Taylor's stirring and dynamic )Keystone Heights and lost a wellJp'ajed I, Barry Smith. Diew Groover, Mike | I.n.l... Fla.. or in'llIire| Bradford I I"ollnly HALF SOLESand
personality is projected through I! game to the Indians 21-7. Willis. Donald W. Thonton, Geor- j Telegraph. tfcliK
hearing aid. M* preaching which is unique I Toni Gardner was the star fo.- %t. Macaiges, Lamar Williams HUNTERS AND FISHERMEN! FOR nl'IiT-l"nturni'h..d.: sroailn

because of his past experiences." l{tystonf: >, scoring all the point Tichaid Wainwrlght. Gary Cole, |I' : ;}j!."emplr(: at i.-ar Avf.of forr tv.ntact ItiiildinK Mrs.Mantle at3i I i I HEELS 2.00pSTARKE'S

The tevivuf will close for the Indians. j William Ward Jr., Carlson Till- i : .Mott' at McCarthy iarag.
Free Book. II Sunday
.. night. j j I i After the Keystone loss the man. Mickey Dan&by, Steve Den- i miUs ..n Kaifoid IM.: tfchg I

jM.dt-t-ts I: began to find themselves. maik. Phil Elder. Eddie Noegel, I
Painting and wall work ;
Tells All. I and downed the Indians 7-0 in a !Michael Frkk, and Tommy Thom >eri.Ti-'ril, I.ain..r'orkmanhlp J JFU.irMiienl
on the struts leading into U. S. i I tfiurn game played in Starke. as. ('(.ntaet J & J Builders. !',

. Sells Nothing! I'01 within the city and if nectsjaty. !I To top the season off, the MidJPKS ', Boys who} did a capable job as ask for Jack Houwr.! tfchgKVr.NINO

I jouineyert to Lake City and! I I 123 S. Walnut
arrests of local citizens be) m: natefs vrfie: Wayne Chitty. :; ('t.I'S for adult. All St.

"I was afraid I needed a comidrird when proper." I won 21-0) over a good Baby Tiger: \V.&ync Hlaiikc-itehip, and David snihjerts' Credit if '..lanred Write I
I I)ire<-ior. Box 1I I'll. Starhe or callWO Across from Park Theatre
I Learing :&hl.nut thank good- 5. That stringent efforts be': teAm. The mum game in Stark .'J.ll'ox. .-307l, or vis.t Adult Fducation -I I

ness I !sent for that booklet. made to insure that Lawtey not ; *as much tougher for the Mid- Jclm) Manning coach announ- Office. L'J O Bldg. for addl- .

Now I know I don't need one ?It the name of preying on pass-; !I, !tins. but they managed to hold t ires that a Junior High basketball tin".1 informatinn tfrhWATflFS

it will help in? motorists in order to assure, !] Lake City scoreless! and won 70. tr'umil! be organ 1.t'll this : WANTED Apply In FAIMJAIN'S: Electric kitchen ap.ph..r.'f's. -
all. Maybe .
after I
it enough money to operate the cit} I In their last. three games the I "I" f<>. I ih-' first til".... I --- See Our Sports Department --- l.. ,-"tor. after0 p in B A t J Tru..ku.p f .Liming 4 rug.ruon and .many nd bedroonuinHiue. other
you as helped me. I II !- K-Maurant tfchg ..lrUIt.'rilf' Lloyd Box 7u. Lake

If hear but don't under- -- i tr.mt.oit :"D' va nr phone Keystone Ht..

Eland you perhaps, you don't Prison Recreation Pays DividendsFar GUNS (Bank Financing) I ftee labr.r: MAI:Mr>!'E Pffgy DUAPF.RIHS Shatter, :-r,9dKln 42g: >*. 2tp 11)19RR.VT )

[D i:. ,\ !' :St' phc.nf'0 4-S924 tfchgi Puk
need a hearing aid-as you'lllearn BICTARKE SHELLS -- HUNTING JACKETS -1 bedroom furnished)
J from this revealing 43- i F''II i: >>.XLI: ".- xu-f LtdjTIot Too .u.r.. ) tl.r apartments Desirable! 10.uhn -

page Your bookl Health.t,..y ollr" Hearingand L FLA. j Above Its Cost, Buck Believes GUN CASES ... SNAKE BITE KITS I I ft p,- x H?<0i">-.ft.n. 0.1.:1:$WI"H| )Community., FU ?tp 11/19 Sidp -\\'. H Xoilman.Clo"e in 510 Reasonable N. Cherry tfchgF'It rent.St


It doesn't sell a thing, not SUN., MON.. TUES. I He is a respectable man now. : a-j players or sppctators. Softball I >i4 Ford V-S FUR Trurk!> %I.KI 3-4 Ton, Light ji;. ft SALE for two- djyn One; used wortt oil clearing heater

even a single word aboutonotone's Nov. 22 23,21 1 pI.' goes to woik every day does I is the bifeJiekt favorite All Popular vOl I) Stake Body hsit.ti.! Cyrus! IX, Beam, Ut. 2 Box
among the men FIN %>rn < oMP*>ifIIS. 1:4 n. Starhe.
new alltransistor The GunfightAt nis job well draws a regular men. with 240 joining in for the '. %. Walnut M.' ftp 1HIJ

hearing aid. Contains check. You would never know that I afternoon games. Other popular CASTING PLUGS TROWLING LURES Phone0 -'U.H tfchg .....1: MLK Mndren, concrete

facts about care of the ears; Dodge CityJoel eght; : kwfc honxe. 2 t>edroomR. garage
years ago he was in solitary sports and games, and estimated white y t\A herh. Phone K'tonf'n..II.I"
effects of vitamins and :MrCrea, Julie Adams confinement in the Florida State I participation: are: volley ball, 160; Complete Stock Artificial Worms Last no,. Write Box 7ft, !Lake
hearing whether :Make This Christmas !ieicJ.! ; ::tp tUb.
drugs on ; Fr'son at Ralford facing an im- h rsesboes. 150: weightliftlng. 30 i

deafness i is inherited; and Love Me Tender !' pnrsible sentence of 425 years. Six I I table tennis, 40; shuffleboard, 160;; Popular Brand Rods and Reels I A Lifetime! VAN on WOMAN: to take over

many other revealing facts. lifetimes; to go. model GIVE YOUR FAMILY O..a'pr"hip In Stark Product F.a4t,1Lt'ed. -
airplanes. 14
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Presley. Richard Egan and ; checkers ; I Weekly profits of $;;0110
And this booklet i is FREE. Dfbra Paget I This man got a break and took aominoes, 30; and chess 30. I WORLD BOOKENCYCLOPEDIA ,.r more at rtart po Hbp.] :Xo car
ad of it. Warden DeVout| Many Come In and Brouse Around! r,r olhr investment necessary. Will
FREE of charge and FRKB Plus Color Cartoon | vantage more men enjoy TV and hl l lj> von get started. Write ('. R
of salesmanship.Send ':'Sinclair listened to his plea, and j;ith five night a week movies. ::l-.iblr. [)('pr. :X-3 c'K The!' J. R. War-

for your copy todaylSONOTONE I Wed.. Thur. Nov. 2.;.. 2G( 'as;>!gned the man to the prison j j! At this point, the man known YOU MAY OBTAIN YOUR HUNTING LICENSES IV SALES* ':onCompany...;. Memphis 2. TennesHP

LONELYHEARTSMontgomery Iseball team. ;, as John Q. Taxpayer is probably !! AND FISHING LICENSES HERE! "FIRST

I This life termer learned to I| redy to leap out of his chair Most Highly RecommendedBy Ni.: -ely furnihhod FOR two RgT bed room a-

flirt, Myrna t.ny lake the breaks and bumps of the ;ereaming that he doesn't want' I Schools ,.rtmrnt.: hot water fitrni'bed. floor

gane. and two years later earned to have: his money spent to make ; f-iina-r. Quiet neighborhood
721 N\V 20th Ave. ;I God's Little Acre li.s parole. He has been success- : lif so enjoyable for convicted STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES I :M. A. PAYNE .1. oJ: THO.. >U I ,04S701SALR < IIK4LTORm.

I Robert Ryan. Aide Ray :lluly! weathering the bumps of life .ffcndeis against the social or- P. O. Bo\ 603 Plu WO 4-394
FRanklin G7111dainesulle. 1 I I tier. 1'tR Ptirehrett Collie Pup-
for six and apparently is
Pill. Color Cartoon years. : Phone WO 4.1201 Starke Fla. Dais. $ii ea. Walter Martin. Ut t
Fla. I 1') the "free world to stay. : You can relax. Mr. Taxpayer, I FOR .\I.E Cummer Rlnck H)meUirge i..atrPi..... firm. road Xorth of L'nderOR -
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|I Fri., Sali Nov. 27. 28 ': It is the proudest boast of Lyle : b"2use you aren't footing the / LtvinB-J"nir.g, area. 3 bedronis. lip
-3 I Ftath Fla Room. Located' I "
Buck the stocky rugged' man who ;, bil1. All expends of the ; I !- SALE -- 13 .cre of
j ; prison recreation '-. on ;;! sl1.. lot 'lo-se In everything.Mov land on
---- I THE BIG BEAT ''is, prison director of recreation., system are paid from I nit t- Orljndo 717; W. Cypre? ; D.-t&1"ownl.. e Road near Hlw<1Y 2JJ: L
SONOTONE-TN HMMM f Marke W,>-44ii3: ItchgJ rep I IliZ*
Hejrmf M
I (offi Grant. William Rr.vnoliN. tliHt he has had nine of his base- !profits made in the prison cantp"n. i
rnd "Your .
nte. Hcuring 4i Your HeiIit".
I bii players! go out en parole since The state pays only the sal- *<'KOnin.i' i> ; M, 'PPI.V "'OltLE Special to huntersnew i
: tires MooVI
A Ford
...... JOHNNY GUITAR |hn began work in 1951. "and none at-' of the director of .recreation. TERILLEGAR( MOTORS He.r -Of ,,HI,'*" Jarkwni Dad Fjiet.ryBill -:'. X-.l Auto Sale?. thrown Jtrhlf in

'io' them ever came back. They There Is something" else you If We havrn't &.t It IIKflK. n..,
AUr.., loan Crawford. Mirlinj* H.iyoVnj %TTE>TIOIVKSTORH!
_*>!__ 'miiht like fca.e.'l .t It Tlir.HI- .'. .
to think
have all made good on the out- about, Mr- & l- ir Sale by Owner } bedroom
City j :2 Color Cartoons i'dc." 'John Q. So listen to the words: of :\e" .. ,mill le.rrll..erf lloB.Come baiMlHg. NeppilCief I hn'"" in fine ,,,,,,,t inn. arP9rt. patio
Stats_ .rT .
lire :'wn Will lease for 7 .
-- ---- ----- Buck's weatherbeaten face lightsup i Lyle Buck);:, a man who is in a I. mill l..l. .Mfn4 and Iflifin't ,'yn.Irpady financed. P from
,.. ,*hat ,.u w..lHnt ails O. Box
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and his drill voice position to knew. : ''' k.
I| WE% HAVE .hfimr to Ket It for >.. .r
{oftens when he shows the letters; "Athletes don't come to prison.1 saIl noi-4IM. Ifrb rilOMPSOX: New ntain Refernr -

h" has received from former" pri- None of these men were good ballplayers :' I -" |:ihe| (King Jnie9i!) $10.35 to
?-> 14 For those who
SHOP II 1 sows and members" of their fam when they came here. I, I Complete Tree Service rid give the best Ph.want W04.345.to own:;
C AD ; ilies. He readily admits that these Thpy weren't: athletes before be. I !Ip 1127

notes of gratitude are what make cause they had learned I Pruning Bracing Dt-- (OCI'" .
I never to ;| ." 'K S.-\I.': -- to Stamp Collectorv .:
him feel his jcb is really worth-i, take! the bumps of the game. If'' New 1960 Fords I ing Cavity Work Tree Removal v fine uncuncelled stamps. Plate

SHOP jfiur .,'IJile.nIes letters are among;: thry had tIle] wouldn't be here. i iI i ii I I ) Transplanting 'tinK'n4.. Naiionn Ningl len and and Rare BloctB' Foreign.; also

my proudest possessions," he says i "They ulay ball here and learn i ito I Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE I .nnrt.... Pert Chrlntoffer, Sr Key-
.on. tf-ilttlfl' !T'1 ttr.hnm
i strply.It play by the rules. They get

l is a tough job this man handles something worthwhile out of their i i iI SAPP Owner SAIJ* -r- I rhicken' hooiie ZZOft
Don't Buy Your New Caron providing an athletic and I spare time because they learn toj I I STARKE PIIOXE WO 4-S963: -. tit, ft metal roof Call ;o)$ 11-%,
i Lahi .jn'. 1Itchg 1f%
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I' itcreational program that helps; abide by the rules of the game and I II IN STOCK ,
alTiost 3.000 **httle'jit take !I FIt RK.VT 2 sleeping rooms
the First prisoners get a the bad breaks with the good *
Stop I i ionf's. -4tk with private batb at 403 X.
: of good" out of their spare ; Since 1951, I've had nine of !I Walnut St Call Mrs. Vola Johnson

I time, and perhaps help to lessen i j' my baseball players go out on parole \\ OJ_:;' lip

what Warden Sinclair calls "a' and none of them has come And More On The FORLE! Double barrel 12 ea
GO I powder keg situationresultingj I bark. I. think they learned something Way Parker (Damascus steel) or trade
ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE I !0 ga. Winchester pump. H. 0.flnv.11. .
from overcrowded conditions at
I ;i worthwhile from playing .. W045i5! It o
I the prison. :J'lll."
I LOST One 1. mo ell male bird
Recreation includes truly intramural Buck definitely favors letting: dog. white and liver epotted. Name

BUT I (within the walls)) I prisoners out on parole 'whenever: "Joe Reward for return,. C H.

I snorts, movies TV. chess, checkers -i possible, rather than make them Vaoworthy, phone W04. Oll.

ping pong and just plain iaUy I| until the expiration of their See Us fl-ehg 11/10

FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE ,I watching: by the less active prisoner I sentences TodayYour h.fO">u
Buck says as many as 2.000, "Lots of men go out of here on gf up

men turn out on Sunday afternoonto !expiration lots of them comeback I
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watch the State. baseballersplay ,f in before long. They are For Eipert Tree Surgery Can On ud J..rC'J' Cow. a miles acres N of Starke land

I ** a good sharp" team of out- freed frem restrictions and aid at Agent rroip RH from Joe 'fOf''t.' Up

Billy DowlingAcross sders.: (the same time.. They don.thave 224 Nr. Temple PhoneVO 4-S96.! FOR SALE a room house. newly

The prison baseball and boxing any help or guidance while they Ford Dealer painted large yard on Thomas St.
teams are the only ones that meet I| : See Leaton Morgan, J r.. Rfe z BOX
3r? adjustingto freedom and the. I Oli KENT ATLaWTKY -2 broom d. :i"4 j t'lrkf' lip
I outside competition. *AU sicnange:I is too l abrupt: f of.some of unfurnished house in town TSLEKPIXO
II Itwue!' LEI-2141. Kingsley Lake. ACCOMMODATIONS-
are naturally played "at home" by: them. : -
ItrhgFOITv'D one or two room.
The Street From Setzer's tie prison athletes. "If they; wefefreleased. a little:, In Bradford County private entrance and Private p.rIYal residence bath,

II Buck estimates that more than ahead of time.and put on parole Black Collie with ring Apply ET Rahcho Motel Itchg
i neck: maU. Owner may have bY';
F 900 prisoners are currently parti for awhile: these men would ha ve: 'denUf"in&. paying board and ad- FOR 'RE. Purnuhed apartments

cipating in Intramural activities somebody to ruide and counsel.I terU&ilK coat Contact City Police. ii$ per mo. ill g. E"tr..a St. T.
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Whirl theme of 'Ancient History" was cleverly
I ly last Thursday night came when last j'ear's Lifeless I Santa Fe Trojans are scattered about Highlighting( Jason's quest for the Golden }Fleece WIerd,
carried out in the 8th Grade skit. Above: Sooth Cyclops (right) ua another obstacle
Queen Linda Jaskins Norman (left) presentedbvuquet the field this many-legged dragon was a colorful character
Suzi sit emerging from horse
sayer Broadway on fog-bound "MountOljmpus" Trojan in to be overcome by the victorious Torna
of rues and crown to the new Queen, Ruby in the 8th Grade Skit. Here he gives chase to
and forecasts win for embattled Tornabackground, and being trod under foot by the victorious retreating does. Forecast came trice when the Tornadoes
does. hordes of Tornadoes. warrior
won offer Santa Fe in their Homecoming game.

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Junior Class skit featured this beof beauties .
I Two leading characters in the first prize winning The evening of fun was concluded with giant

Senior skit "The Hikings," were Harold Tyus who displayed their "charms" for 'benefit of the As always energetic Tornado Cheerleaders set bon fire on the west side of athletic field. The

In motk graduation scene, Senior girls march cameraman. John Kopelousos sensed as master of the pace for the pep rally, and the BUS Band was
(left) and Bill BesM-nt, who square tiff for a bit of I9o9 Whirl was under the direction of KichardJotkel
across! field in candlelight processional, wearing presented a plaque from the Sophomore Class,
ceremonies for the Whi r L
sword play. abbreviated gouns. The 7th grade's "Pandora" Whirl sponsors, in appreciation for their coopera Sophomore class sponsor.Soil .

skit won third place. tion.

agricultural crops and that the Iv meeting in conjunction with a Harry Padgett Monday.Mr. Activities planned included volleyball during the summer of 1934. Baesley who taught science as well 1:Bradford county's lakes were

planned production of such fish meeting on Soil Testing at the and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and tennis basketball, chess and I .5. .as manual training; Mrs. G. A. st eked with 5.000 bass finger-
acd wildlife is a specific kind of Brooker Community Club House. family visited at the JacksonvilleFair checkers music carnivals, dances. New teachers who joined the A:1derson.'ho taught junior lie.gs during Septerrtbcr. 1D34: bye

I land or water use. It also recogn- The Soil Testing program was last Saturday.Mr. minstrels arts and drafts, and II staff that year were: Donald Mac- math.. and Mrs. W B. Lazenby tin State Fish and Game Dept.

izes that land in any capabilityclass presented by Agricultural Exten- and Mrs. Bill Norman and drama. Queen, who taught commercial 'The former Jessie Lee Dowling) Sti nator (then legislator I Charley
when sion Agronomist. Russell Henderson Robert of Highland visited . subjects and coached football Mr- I
properly used and son. ; who taught English and History., Johns had made the request.
S.S1B1I. treated to produce wildlife, is used I and supervisor of the soil test- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett and The great depression was less- I I

within its capabilities. In accord- r.g lab. James. Nesmith of Gainesvilie family Monday.Mr ening during 1934 but times were
Comervation ance with.the programs and work >: and Mrs N. L. Caunniy'Mrg, ,still hard: Low food prices were .. .u -.-- SEE
plans, of soil conservation districts Those present besides a group of Willie Godwin and Miss Minnie of course, a boon to the con-
N-E-W-S 'and the desires of the land owners Brooker farmers were: Leaton Hargroves were in Starke last sumer but hard on the farmer. A

and the development and utili- Morgan Jr., vice charman; Foster Wednesday visiting doctors and government survey listed some
By Bill Haas I zation of land and water areas, phi Smith and Zedra Hamilton, dentists.Mr. food prices gathered in Starke as:

Soil Conservation Service for the production of fish or wildlife members of the Board; G. T. and Mrs. Edna Manningand butter 33 cents per pound; milk. *w.

Complete soil and water conservation !: as either the principal or the Ht.ggens, secretary; Paul Hutchins Mrs. Pat Griffis and children 12 cents per quart; eggs, 33 cents NEWEST

farm plans were deliveredto secondary crop. and Curtis Marlow FFA Advisors; of Glen St. Mary visited Mr. and per dozen (that is not too far ____________
Seeber Bi'l Haas and Leon Carter Soil j'trs. Dan Hargroves last Thursday from today]; Irish potatoes 1.7
Moody D. E Nettles, I
and L. M. Pearsall. Requests for soil and water con- Conservation Service. i cents per pound, and most meats I FASTEST

Seeber servation farm plans have been Many agencies in Florda are assisting -! Mr. and Mrs-- Henry Griffis and !including sirloin steak 28 cents
and Delbert .
are using made by Billie Varnes, Ed Tenly, soil conservation districts family and Mr. and Mrs. D. B. per pound. The average family .Qs
Pensacoia Bahia for their I
permanent pasture.Mr. grass. E R. Batten and A. H. Warren. with their programs to securemaximum Griffis and daughter enjoyed dinner grocery bill for the year was recorded PORTABLE x __ -

cooperation and un-! at the Trail Restaurant in as $238.31. ..
Pearsall, of Melrose, is going The District grain drill Was derstanding. Each agency is being Lawtey Sunday.Homecoming .

to establish wildlife food stripson used by C- Moore. Ethan Sapp, invited to meet with the Boardof Game A Miami hotel which advertisedin

his land. The Soil Conservation Eldon Sapp, Felix Sapp J. S. Supervsors for a discussion of. Baldwin will have their Home- The Telegraph during 1934 and TYPEWRITER w 1
Service in its over all conservation Eunice, and Lee Green called itself "Miami's Most Pop- ', .
to plant their work and problems with dis-. coming game Friday night. Nov. -Nl
program helps folks establish winter pasture. ular Hotel" offered single rooms
tricts. 20, when they will play Crescent IN THEWORLD
wildlife conservation programs on City. This is also the last gameof with bath at $1.50 per night anda .
theirs farms. The Soil Conservation The Board of Supervisors for double with bath for 50 cents
The fifth annual National the season. The Indians, have
recognizes that fish and wild the Bradford Soil Conservation mure. And they probably didn't
FarmCity Week will be observed been playing good ball this year
life on farm or ranch lands are District held their regular month- get much business from Starkeat .
November 20-26 to promote a bet- but their luck has been against -

tn understanding between rural them. They have won only three that. '-
and urban people. Many private out of six games. We are all hoping -*-
and public agencies are cooperating to see them win Friday night. Bradford Hardware: Co. was advertising -

to promote the objectives of After the game there will be a Aladdin. lamps..

Florida Theatre Farm-City Week. As a contribu- Homecoming Dance sponsored by r
tion to this the U. S- D. A. Soil the Junior Class. Admission will Bradford High School elected
Conservation Service is ehcouraginj be 50 cents per person. Come out officers to its Student Council in

: a better understanding of and support your team and school .September 1934. President was r
water and watershed protection. Friday night. The Maxvffle "Blue senior Edwin Torode; secretary

THE SATURDAY National Farm-City Week pro- Dots" will play for the dance. sophomore Olita Smith; and treasurer I EASY

MORNING!i vides an unusual opportunity for Thursday night there will be a freshman Billy Powell. I
farm and city people to learn gathering and bon fire at the The Council consisted of, two .I

what is being done or what needsto school at which time the band faculty members school primcpal, TERMS

be done to solve water problemsfor will play. students from each room and II

the common good. chairmen of all committees. YEARS 'AHEAD FROM

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Free Show R. D. Roush Soil Scientist with Twenty-three students were enrolled I ANY ANGLE
NEW ..
the Soil Conservation Service, pre- Out in a class in commercial I Iaw. j { ) -
,pared Soil and Water capabilitymaps : Mary Lucille Torode was the''

for Nelson Blocker Harry 01 first typing student of the year ,.. IN STYLE.r.SPEED..SPIRIT
Green R. L. Reddish, H. B. Pey- 4 to turn in a perfect paper.
10:30 A.M. -.
ton and S. G. Crews. These maps The Here's a portable that's ALL NEW inside
will be used to develop a completeoil I Mrs. F. B. Johns at her homeon
VALIANT HOMBRE and water conservation farm So. Walnut street, was surprised J and out! Galaxie gives better typing with Jess

plan for each farm. Past ,' during September, 1934, with a | effort than ever before. Trace its modem lines.

This Was Made surprise birthday party. She plan- Try its responsive touch. You'll see why the:
Possible The Merchants
Through Following AAAAAA4..66A&4A&AA&A'MAXVILLE
nod to go to the movies with a :
everything you r.cr
;, I Twenty-five years ago a com- friend but when the friend arrived -< -
nlunity recreation program was so: did the rest of the guests. wanted in a portable. .

I MASTERS ELECTRICAL SERVICE i instituted in the county with the including Mrs. C. O. Searing, Mrs.C. vi

By Mrs. C. B. Nolan ail of the Federal Emergency Relief F. Ward. Mrs. S. P. Hamrick.Mrs. ,I
GEM JEWELRY I Administration. County Director M. Whitaker. Mrs. li F.
.......&&&&&&.. &&&&&AA !)I was William J. Yeager of Johns, Mrs. W. A. Stern. Mrs. W. i FREE:' from Smith-Coron oJ .

CRAWFORD BROTHERS GULF SERVICE STATIONSIMMON'S' Mr and Mrs. D. B. Griff and:the University of Florida and J. Epperson.' Mrs. W. A. Bonham, 1i i ., with every Smith-Corona portable. A
community director was a recent :Mrs. G. A. Anderson: and Mrs. D.
DRUGS I I touch
KOCH daughter Karen visited in New .v- complete typing course on
BHS graduate and popular local Van SickeL
CITY River Sunday :1fternoonitl1 Rev. at, ete. Sullivan E records!
FISH AND MEAT MARKETJ Maxie Wilkinson. Carter. < Members of the recreation coun- Starke city police competed 25 i
& J BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves cL largely school personnel were: years ago with Sarasota deputy l ,

visited in Jacksonville Sunday Prof. L. A. Gray BHS principal; sheriffs in a target match and
STARKE MOTOR PARTS afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. B.
D. P.
Mrs. Carpenter. BHS; Mrs. topped them by breaking 49 out
Laremore and Mrs. Cora McKin-
NORMAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE A. E. Wall. BHS; Prof. Beacon. of 100 targets to the Sarasota
and Janie Rhoden.We .
ney Lawtey principal; E. C. Long, men's 36.
WILLIAMS JEWELRY are all very sorry to learn FERA; Harold C. Wall insurance .

tnat Mrs. Harry Padgett is ill again agent; and Rev. Price Baptist Miss Mona Alderman a piano Bradford
TERWILLEGAR MOTORS and under a doctor's care. Minister. instructor at Florida State College County Telegraph

Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore and Mrs. One of the aims of the group for Women. was the honor

Mae Higginbotham visited Mrs.I'was I to build a new ball park. guest at a party in Jacksonville

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................ 1 Carter, and Mrs. Thompson visit- joyed singing and refreshments I December, .ltl3t1. "th..rwl the al-j t ,clock f'1.: .. un Tuesday. December l ailda'Jt\g printer for ,) (U .National Cash Rf'glfltt'r.\'\ .Notice is ht"r..by"en that I
legations of said Complaint will betaken j I. A. D. 1959! : l. \Which; Time And stub.Automatic. ca'hiH-lI'l Model12C (t.il RI- P-'o Dr.. j j.serial i Fax e filed my final return as titcuter -
ed Mrs. Mamie Clark Tuesday. and MrsTilly's son Chipper helped I as conTestied by you. i Place All Bids, Received Will Pe I!; unit ticket for Number 495141 (This" of the estate of Florence J.
Thinoti..p shall be published' I' Publicly Opened And Read Aloud On laneous income.Grimms machine can he tnspectced ..tthf' :Moore deceased that I have filed
NORTH SIDE Supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. her open gifts. on(.e each week for four cons'cutivewee's : 'The Following. : and accumulating capacityof office of the City Clerk my ;- tltk>a for distribution' and for
I,Ralph Odom Sunday were Mrs. Attending a bridal shower Saturday I in the Bradford I Odom's parents, Mr. and Mrs- night for Miss Sandra Carmichael graph. I to be: stub plan of I'tiiitybilling. The said c't- reserves the right to A. M nn Saturday. November 21.
By Mrs. John Cowart Dated this 7 day of November, ; v Control total!! protected by lock and accept or reject any or all bids. 1)! 59.! I will apply to the Honorable
Shad of Baldwin. were Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp 199. Twenty 20) or more individual totals key.Original. ('ITOF STARKK. FLORIDA Tlrt-ron A.,Yawn County Judge of
A&.A&.A..I I Luncheon guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Katherine Sponholtz. SI\L: ) which can be split" into 4: Journal protected by lock I'.y Merrill Edward. City Clerk Bradford County. Florida for ap-
Charles, A. Darby forty (40) or sixty 160> totals, and key.Autnmatie I 11 12 %t 11'1In '' !' pr ival of said final returns and for
and Mrs. I. B. Thompson were We were happy to have Mrs. ('I PI'or\ the C'ir'uit"nrL fir consumption, gross and net' consecutively advancing an ..rcl'r of distribution and for
Rev.J. D. Kesterson of Palatka :i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez and ::George Shuford back-in church By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. amounts I tracer number protected by lok\ II final discharge A" ..v--utor of the
new pastor at North Side Baptist : ,Jl/I4t 13OTICF. Fifteen (15) row amount and keyHexiMe ( ......ty Jndce'.* Court laad 'III of Florence 1( Mixire. deceased.MOber .
; children, Verda Johns Mr. and [With us Sunday and also Mrs. Two-hand Keyboard kl'YbOard'l I :': date: protected by lock and ', For Bradford ( ..aal}, Florida. %4. I I9av !!
Church brought both morningand ;i Mrs. Ealy Thompson and children I[Lucille Shuford of St. Petersburg. \ TO: IIFFDIs I All record to be original I key. l I'! >I"i *" Estate ..fPt. .ofl l I: MoorExeeut.ir -
evening messages Sunday. :No carbon. printed.I I :I'rt.TF; to include<< maintenance (or'' .. i.. Jfn..re deceasedNotice ..f the Estate! of
cf Baldwin and a brother of Mr. Pastor and Mrs. G. W. Kincaid i Circuit ('hurt. Bradford County, I .\!.,.. deceased
Fiorem :
For FinalUnwharge '
( il Of Filing Petition
Visitors; welcome to church florid IB ChanceryCase ALL Records to be printed simul- ) one year
are our Thompson from Folkston, Ga. :: of Jacksonville visited us Sunday taneously. Each printing posi- j' :Prices[ to in'lud11lIo"an't" for one Of Executor lo/2:: 4IJ.U
I No. 12-732 ,
services and at Sunday SchoolTeaching i ,
: ion to hate own set of type j
Sunday luncheon guests of Mrs. r.i'Sht. First Federal Savings & Loan Association I
and those planning to Katherine Sponholtz were Pastor i Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Johnny I Of Jacksonville a -orpor- Automatic wheels.column selection by depression I
I I ation. Plaintiff. Alonzo Henry
\s ;
take in Visitation night Fri-
part and Mrs. J. D. Kesterson and Mr. .:| Cowart: Sunday afternoon were I I Harley. III and Vivian McRae lIar- ; of a single kev Call The Fuel Oil

day 7:30: are p m.Visitors to. be at the church at 'and Mrs. Elery Sapp and Mrs. I|Mr. and Mrs. Othma Norman and I I lev.Notice hill wife To ,Appear et al Defendants! II I, Solenoid Automatic motorized distribution key of action.consumption -

'! Gordon of Jacksonville were afternoon Pastor and Mrs. Kesterson. I ToFlexLet:': Corporation ,,whose)i iresidence for rate frequency analysis
of Mrs. Mittie Cowart We to have Mrs. i.. East Providence Rhode'slrnd Automatic machine proof of C'On-
were glad I
viistors. Her Thursday guests.j
i I II
Mrs. Hutto : !I..Iltrmc"h'h t
and Tuesday wen'Mrs. : Company
i! were Mrs. Myrtle Alvarez, Mrs. Bobby Turner and children at services -,lIne.j whose residence is /6; West 4Sth Automatic \item count for eighteenIS

Katherine Sponholtz. Mrs. ;I Alma Thompson, Mrs. Lois Carter I after her recent illness. I j Street. New York. 2fi. :New York: ( ) or bill more ejecting totals.Automatic and stack I' No WO 4-9711 I
Alma Thompson and Mrs. Gladys : and Glen R. Sanders whose residence -
Those from this section attending -
Carter. ; and Mrs. Verda Johns. I is t'n),;nown. ing.Prices I lone
I \ to include maintenance for
the football
games Friday You are hf'r..bnolirit'f! that a
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns visited Mrs. Rita Tilly was honored night Mr. and Mrs. Harold \ suit for foreclosure. of mortgage has (J. year
j were I I I Control Machine \
their son Vernon and family of ;, Thursday afternoon with a sur- been filed against you in the abovenaed Remittance
Alvarez and children Mr. and Eighteen i (JR' or more individual
Jacksonville { priae birthday party at her State I' Court and cause and you are totals for
Wednesday. accumulating
II Mrs. Blaine Thompson, and Mr. required to serve a copy of your I Kerosene Oil
Mrs. Sponholtz Mrs. Gladys (Farm home. The nine guests en- I and Mrs. Reese Scott. \ answer Attorney or Roger pleading!Towers.on tije Plaintiffs Bailey & I! classificationsAiHmg machine listing. feature. I 1 or Heating

Don't forget the fish fry Thursday j Jrnes.! Consolidated Piiildmp Jacksonville ;,

Strobo's & Radio I night at 5 p. m. and the ; in 2.the Florida.ffio-and of the file t'I.the.rk original of'- '' -

Garage Shop Training Union rally at Airpark the Circuit Court on <>r before they 1 DURING THE 1959-60 WINTER SEASON

Baptist Church. Starke at 7:30p. : 14 day of O..f'IIJI..r. 19.>f'. oiherwise WILLIAMSJEWELRY

WINTER SPECIAL m. We will be looking for you. the wilt Tins: allegations toe noti.ehall taken a-of infes said Iw l !!'ed Complaint published l h\' v'' i. I I YOUR TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLY

Pressure Flush Your Radiator Check Water Hose and HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I II \nice\ each in the week Bradford for four County cons"< Tele-utieeks -*- I i l

Radiator Leaks One Gallon Prestone Anti-Freeze [17 ml south of Starke on SR 100] Dated thi.t: riaIf. :'\u"'mitf'r. WATCHES DIAMONDS i

All for $5.50 (Reg. Price $6.35)). On Install; Anti- Sunday School, 10 a. m.; (19 SEAL?!:. ) REPAIRSAll I CALL US TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION

Freeze $3.10 Per Gallon. Also Special on Brake ing Worship, 11 a. m. Mom-I I Charles A. Darby Work GuaranteedA. I
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Rev. Samuel S- Cuthbert, I By Marian L. Crosby" IVpnty "I..rk| I
Jobs. I, J C. Williams JOHNS OIL CO. rl
: l-3 :
Art of Giving Thanks; Training II 11 4t

CORNER S. ORANGE ST. AND EDWARDS ROAD Union. 6:30 p. m.; Evening -- 142 W. Call St. I I !
ship, 7:30 p. m., message vvor-I'I \o\embe.-. f>. 111.9 Starke, Fla. 1 i i ( ) YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS JOBBER
CAM FOil Hills
Book of Revelations "The .
Formerly Roberts Jewelry
Sealed Bids Will Re Received ?
teristics of the Church Age." I I The City Council Of Th ''itv OfStarke. l Phone WO 4-9711 743 South Walnut St. _
Florida. At The ""it\ Hall<<
Wednesday Prayer, praise In .Stnrke Florida I'ntil 7:011: O'
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LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS and Bible Study, 7:30 p. m. with I i '
choir rehearsal following service. ,


ng Worship 11 a.m. Evening!
Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting j

Cooking and Heating 7.50 per Tank each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone I

welcome.-Kev. H. H. Mott :

Cooking Only 8.00 per Tank pastor. I II A


brook pone-size' fountain pens ID

pastel Bbadea. Only $3. 9 at Brad' .
Joe Shaw '
ford ('AJun 'rolrraphU.LI. I i

;" '" \
Staled bids will be received by 'Y'
the Roard of Public Instruction o'f t .
Bradford County. Florida at the office I ... ,
of the Superintendent of Public S
Instrjction. Bradford County Courthouse. .
Ktarke.; Florida up to 11 o' .1x:4 i! I ". .
clock A. .I.. E. S. T. Monday: December x : .-
7 1959 at which time and I ,
place all bids received will be publicly .'!\
opened and read aloud for furnishing & ''Q: ':, \ J
x and installing .....,,.M ; ''''.4.\4L ''''.' '\.. f
I Equipment For Bradford HighS ('< "" 1' '.h < f
UP TO $600CASH I All items shall he provided in accordance t'. .. .;.!<' "' .flr: ,
with the drawings speoiflouti ., .: '. .,,,'
I n thereto!! and contract documents retatlvt I I .. :....::.- <. t. :, ..,.">.fifo. -."'
which may be examined
or obtained at the office of b. S,', ' .
the i.So. "
Superintendent of Public Instruction j. ;'
of Bradford County, Florida. ; ..". '_1'. "t _... ..' :, ,,>>,. ,
I Iyj 4.;' : !i. ....,_..,. ,.t. v .tt .1>-
bid .
Any received after the I --.
FOR ALL WORTHY NEEDS fied time and date will not be considcred. "" < <"t")1. .< ..
'N' ", .f
Any bidder may bid on all or any .: .:-.;< ..'I.t .
I part of the equipment.t'iddrrs ;i ,. "':" (CN ,
are instructed to use the ,
CONSOLIDATE BILLS Proposal Form ': ,. : ... '
provided in these ( : 'f. /
::: y : \
dncumentH for I I :
TAXES REPAIRS recording hlbid. +<,'>: !!:' ;: ,; : ,
: < '
Samples have been requested as Indicated : Jf;, .. <
MEDICAL EXPENSES in the SPf''ir ('atlonl. :. :."" ., 18,.
In filling! out the Proposal Form 'Ji.- ......y. T.,.,", -
CASH PURCHASES ; the bidder is instructed to insert tho
IMPROVEMENT name of the manufacturer and the ". ..,..,,.
model number. He will also list unit x' v'
Reduce Budget PaymentsOn prices and total prices for each item | ,
hid on and the time required for ,
Furniture, Auto, de''very. i
Appliances Each bid must be accompanied by i;
a certified or cashier's check in the i( r,
amjnt of five per cent of the bid /. i '<.t.:;
as guarantee that the bidder if awarded I ... >
PROMPT: EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICEON contract, will within ten consecutive ,' :
calendar days after written -
ALL REQUESTS notice being given of such a- ; I
ward, enter Into a written contract ,
\;ilh the Board of Public Instructionof -

STOP IN OR CALL TODAY! Bradford with County the accepted Florida.bid in and accordance I / ,

will otherwise carry out the termsof
the contract. .
I The Board of Public Instruction
TOWN FINANCE CO. of Bradford County. Florida, reserves ,
the right to reject any or all
l-ida. I
The Poard Of Public Instruction
144 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 49091You'll Of Bradford County, Florida.By .
Harmon P. Morgan, Secretary 1i'
1111"i'- .9.*. 11 UQ'14C \ :

11. The Coaatr Judjce** Court Of :.
Bradford ('o..tFlorid.. In I :
I Probate t
In lie: Estate of Fred Cole, De- I

ceased..NOTICK / .
notice change TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims or I I ,
de-I II ..
against the estate of I <
Cole, deceased, are hereby
and required to file their claims in '
when the office of the County Judge of q
you change to Tradlord County Florida, in the
County Court House at Starke. N
j ji
Florida within eight calendar 4
months from the date of the first I I .
I publication of this notice, or the 2 aqk .. ..
same will become void according to
SDKoolmotor law THs! November 10. 19:>9.
1st Publication November I!. 1S39.S : .

Executrix!! URSl'LA of the WILEY Last Will and i I II

Testament of Fred Cole. deceased.IMlio ?
\'. Knight rj

Oil Starke.Attorney Florida fur Executrix. ass : r'

11112, 4t 13

14w 1w .# ,
In The CouBtr JndKe'n; Oort. Iii.1.d
1, Increased gasolene mileage For Bradford I. ProbateIn (...t,.. Florida.

Ke: Estate of J. Troy Lynn d- i I
2 Increased eased.
3. Decreased oil :Notice Is hereby given that I have
filed my final returns as Admini- I tCOOf I....T-ctw.tp.L.-et.G- ......_..'c.u-.tt$4I&naa.._. j
i I Mrator of the Estate of J. Troy i
4. Decreased knock Lynn deceased" ; that I have filed
engine I my Petition for Final Discharge! and I
that I will apply to the Honorable BE REALLY REFRESHED
5. Decreased engine Theron A. Yawn County Judge of
wear Bradford County, Florida on 14 December .
1S59. for approval of the
same and for final discharge as Ad-
it inistrator of the Estate of J. Troy
Cities Service 5D Koolmotor L>r.n: dere-aswl.' Real hospitality puts fun in Thanksgiving just as
a: H. Carl Lynn Sr.
actually does the work of H Carl Lynn Sr. as Administrator
several in There's
cranberry sauce zest turley. nothing more
4 of the Estate of J. Troy Lynn. puts ,
of motor oil to deceased.
grades 11/12 4112.5: hospitable more cheerfully friendly, than the cold crisp taste

give you maximum protectionfor t

and NOTICE TO DEFEND and lively lift of ice-cold Coca-Cola. Keep plenty on
starting warm-up,
In Circuit Court Bradford Cowaty, i
cruising-the three daily dri,' .Florida la Caw('...Xe..H-F.,.wleLu .. hand for, zeslful entertaining this Thanksgiving.i I I

j r me Smathers.' Plaintiff. vs.Osear .
ing .
ranges.. : ; Franklin Smatb..... Defendant

STOP IN THIS WEEK! Notice To AppearTo .
: Oscar Franklin Sm thers,
I whose' residence" and address' is un

SILCOX You are hereby notified that a
suit for divorce has been filed a-
. gainst you in the ab ve named
Court and cause and you are required REGULAR KING
to serve a copy of your answer

CITIES! SERVICE r.r Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the complaint, Julian Warren on the Bottled under -a authority.cf The'.Coca-Co-1a .Company= :by

224 Paymar Building. Jacksonville .
2. Florida! ana file the original In t STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY
the office of the.Clerk of the Circuit .
i. 705 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. w. Court.on or"beforethe 14day of -


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THURSDAY. NOV. 19, 1959; .. \Iil: MNh-:
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At The Tabernacle and-Mrs. Guy Futch of Lawtey l afternoon and Rev. J. E. Linger- Cljde Gtl'fi i.>turiy! 'li!_

joined the membership of Evergreen : felt of Middleburg Thursday night. Mi. and :?.:r.Cvu 0 :- n-
Boatdrain Baptist Church last weei: by letter. GUY'Fut
Visitors of the Leslie McClellans te tainrd Rrv and -r>*. .T -: I -
Sunday School 10 a- m.; :Morning -
h and
daughter Diane
Sapp ,last W"eek"ere Mr. and Mrs. W- H. I man and son James!' ana M ..nd
Worship. 11 a. m.; Training joined
by baptism.
NEWS Baptism was' Pringle of Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.' Clyde: Jr. Sunday night at &
CHURCH Union, 6:30: p. m.; Evening services at Kingsley Lake Sunday after
Guy Futch and fish
two children Mrs. i supper.
7:30 p. m.; and Prayer meet- I noon with Rev. J. E. Norman of- !,
iriff. Wednesday at 7:15: pm. .t dialing. Ola Starling and Geraldine. Mrs.J. A covered dish dinner will be

Pastor! Rev. Orville Brookins. i| Those visiting the Otis Brewer R. Devore and two children, served Wednesday from 11:30 to
Mrs. R. H. Futch of Lawtey and
,1 }I. mat the WMS meeting
Everyone welcome. f '
DOMCA.NEIR family and Granny Pringle last
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCellan of
Methodist Church Presbyterian ChurchSunday I week were Mr. and Mrs. William S'arkt>. Rev. J E. Norman, and W. H.
I, LAWTEY METHODISTspecial I| Wherein the west wind blows I j their deer. Trtey are so lovely I ,Pnngle of Sanford Mrs. R. E. Morgan attended a business meet-

Sunday Church School, 9:45a. : Church School, 9:45a. : : and blows. It stirs the leaves about i I j hate to fee them dead. The duck 1, Lte and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Lee J. E. Rosier and mother. Mrs. in! and fish fry at Cedar Kcv

m.; Morning Worship 11 a. m-: m.: Corning Worship, 11 a. m.: held Thanksgiving Methodist services and I recall other Autumns and j jane* geese season opened and lots of Russell, and Mrs. Marvin Rosier :Lizzie Rosier visited Mr and Mrs. day
will be at Lawtey
"The Proper Place For ol4 faces now gone from sight. *cf hunters are on the road now.OO'ts I and two children. ; .
6 So'rmon:
DJhe-a-Mite Snack
supper. p. 'with BHHEHB flB HKMHEBEBSBHHiHB
Clmrch. Nov. starting
ran MYF meetings 6:30 p- m.. Thanksgiving"; Youth Fellowship: I Sundav School at 9:45.: A Special The wind at dawn was a lonely CHOCOLATE PIE. Bakea I\ Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. r
Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m. A Leave Church at 1:15: p. m. to attend will follow with 'bird I crust: in a 9 inch pan. In a saucepan a-jd Mrs. Marvin Rosier were Mr. I

nursery is provided for small chil- district: rally in Gainesville. j worship musical numbers service and congregational Tonight a phantom mustang I- put 1 cup sugar, 4 egg yolks, I and Mis. C. M. Thompson and I'I't REVIVALFIRST.

dren and Junior Church is held Evening Worship, 7: 30 p- m. Sermon -,: singing lead by Jim Riten herd. 4 tablespoons flour, and two table- t Mrs. Ludie Hiatt of Jacksonville.
service. : "Lessons in Prayer: Com- Black manes tossing wild and isp'.ons cornstarch. Measure out Mr. and Mrs. James Rosier were ,
at the morning ..iid Thanksgiving message. 'TheHagnificient "
a three of milk and heat until
Monday Story Hour for children 'minion." j I Minority" by the high! I cups weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. t
Tuesday Women of the Dusting the stars of a desert I scalded. Add a little to the first ;J. G. Morris of Dunnellon.
grades 1-3, 3:30: p. m. ':
p vstor. mixture and it will make a paste. Members and the invited
gkr public
are ,
70 : m.
Pack p.
Tuesday Cub Scout will I
of the church
:.Vednesday Mid-week Service i' Ladies Tomorrow the wind will be-i Keeping adding until all the milk t to a chicken supper at Ever- .
meets at 7:30: p. m. mid-month supper at 6 p. m. in
meeting. 7:30 p. m. I'l who knows? ; is ;n the first pan. Melt two ounces green Baptist Church Friday

Wednesday Prayer and evening
Thursday Thanksgiving Ser- church annex A great grey wolf, or a clown I of bitter chocolate in a pan ni ht. Nov. 20. '
7:30:Thursday p. m. Union Thanksgiving ,. vice at First Christian Church sen-ice I will follow. I who goesTeasing I'ever the tea kettle. Cook the first Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. i' BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE

services to be held at the 10:00: a- Communicants Class {I j I Friend are welcome to worship the somnolent after- i I mixture until it begins to thicken. Rosier last week were Mr. and Mrs.V. .

Christian Church, Rev. Barry Van :3-30) p. m.Friday ;in all semces, joining in giving :'! Add melted chocolate and beat L. Starling and children of t tI FLA.
Deventer of Presbyterian Church Choir Practice 8:00p. ithunks I lo God for his many bless- noonWith the ribald whirl of a rig-.I hard until the filling is smooth Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. George I ,
Ac'o a little vanilla. Put in hot I Griffis and of
!adoon? Lawtey
m. i
will bring the message ings. I From Hoodlum TO
I S. Omar Barker. I baked pie cruft. Cover with the and A. B- Rosier. PREACHERFrom

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS NEW RIVER The poem above is "Wind In I beaten 4 egg hites to which 8 Mrs. J. E. Norman and James
At The Tabernacle CHURCH BAPnSTCHURCDSunday i The West." The wind has been :;tablespoons of sugar has been and Jimmie Smith visited Mrs. W. : Sin -- TO THE SAVIOR

Sunday School It a. m.; Morn I School 10 a. m. Wor blowing here now for a day or so.l I belten in. Pile high on the filling. H. Morgan and Dorothy Saturday I:

The Thanksgiving observances ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic !| skip) Hour. 11 a. m. Evenlne San : Yesterday it was terrific. Today :: Bake in 450 degree oven until it afternoon. t From Marijuana TO THE MASTER

will; be held at the Gospel Tabernacle services 7:30 D. m. ;: ."c. 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting eacx not quite so strong. However the I I begins to brown. then turn to 350. J. E. Rosier and mother Mrs.
Tuesday night, Nov. 24, and Wednesday Prr.yer Meeting Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. 'soiind of tossing leaves and swishc. i i Bake 20 min. This is a good tast- Lizzi Rosier visited the W. H. i

members will also attend the Union I ;.' the limbs of the trees makes ing pie and Don's favorite. Morgans Friday night. I

i Sen-ice Thanksgiving Day in CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST St. Edward's Catholic Cboreb :a pleasing sound. The wind blowing HELPFUL HINTS. To cool soft Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan I

the First Christian Church. LATTER DAY !SAINTS Starke. Florid : has always been sweet music dunks quickly, put in a pail with visited Mrs. Lillian Futch and

Services during the past week Services each Sunday in old Sunday :Mass at 10 a. m. .to my ears. I love to go to sleep ice and salt. They will soon chill- I.'children of Clay Hill Thursday
were conducted jointly by the Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun Holyday :Masses-at 8:30: a. m. A :when the wind is making sounds! ''Use beets in a salad now that the i a.
Sponsor giving ten minute chals day School 10 a. m. Sacrament {5:30 p. m.Weekday. :around the corners of the house. :: tomatoes are gone and you wish CARD OF THANKS j 1 H -
talks, and Dr. Harry McGee bring- i i Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone we- Mass at 8:00: a. m. 'W-oopee! Life is good out here in ''color. Drain beets blot on paper To those who expressed their 1t j .

ing the messages. 1 i come. I Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 the great west for me. As yet I am I'I'toweling, and add diced just before sympathy in so many beautiful ,

t o. m. 1 able to carry on with my work. 1 ., sen-ing. and practical ways during our ,

Baptisms, marriages and instructions hope I am able to carry on for j This is corn picking time out sad bereavement we extend our ;I''

by appointment. [years yet. I II ,I here. The .men .and pickers with heartfelt thanks. The A. W. Brown (

LAWTEY METHODIST CHURCH We had two funerals this week. wagons ana tractors are often seen family.

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH i One on Monday a man of 84, and passing the Mortuary. It is a busy I

WILL HOLD Law y j Friday another man 75. Both had time now for the farmers. They i Health FactsBENEFITS i i

A. E, Massey! Pastor j reared nice families and lived agcod have bumper corn out here this -'
Bible school iy "a. m. I long life. The bodies re- yar. I heard one man say he had OF SPINAL t f'I i' : ; j

SPECIAL THANKSGIVING Preaching. 11 a. m. I imained here in the chapeL in 400 acres of corn. Another had I ADJUSTMENTS I' -

Evening Service 7:30 p m. < We celebrated Don's birthday a 240 acres in one field. Lots-of corn. Under spinal adjustments Acute

SERVICES Bible Study and Player Meet '!little early. His cousin and wife They had a good oats crop out !i Diseases are rat short, and ('hron.1f !
NEXT SUNDAY ing, 7:30: m., Wednesday. this We had rain
p from the ranch country west of ntre too spring. f Ic diseases recover which have*
NOVEMBER 22ND Radio program 8 to 8:30 a. 'I'hcie! came to spend the night and one night this week. but it is been believed to Incurable.." 'I
n. each Sunday over station Service of Worship of Thanksgiving with Special Musical A'RGR. Starke. brought* him a cultured pearl pin are so colorful at this time and I A. A. Gregory, M.D., ii i,

Numbers! and Sermon at 11:00 A.M.: (for his tie which is also a tie our town is lovely. They are fall City. j I ISptaal I
HIGHLAND : box ing fast and trees will soon be adjustments hale: proved
holder. They brought me a ibeneficial I Ii
And at 6:00 O'clock in the in the j
CHURCH 101' candy. I roasted duck and we bare. This is my fourteenth winterin i for the following ron-;
Church Annex to be Followed by the Evening Serviceof Sunday School ".45 a. m. visited and had fun. I gave Don Nebraska.'"Soon'the- snow will ditions even after other meth-<

Good; Singing and :Message By The Pastor, i Morning Worship :t a. m. anij I this fountain pen and cigar case fly. The birds have already left gods I have failed: 1 1BnrsitLs 1j LARRY TAYLOROF

17:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each 'jsnd candy.I for the sunny sOuth. j Rheumatic Neuritis I II
Wednesday 7:30: m. Rev.
will be November ,
I washed this morning and now' It very likely I 'Migraine Sciatica Heart I
George Chism pastor. Everybodywelcome. !'most all of the clothes are dry andI when you read this. The days pass!

will put the towels away soon.I ."'jso swiftly and swift to its close I Trouble_ Nervousness.For Liver Trouble. A'ith-I One of America's Foremost

have just baked a spice cake. It ebbs out life little day. I have ma
ZENITH T.KACE METHODIST CHURCH it been thinking when we on Further Information Contact I
.: is still in the pans and soon as pass
x I LAWTEY is fool enough will put frosting on and we stop counting days, time Dr. 'H. G. 'BellingerChiropractic j: Young EvangelistsFRANK
13: CU. FT. |I Sunday Sunday School 9:45 it. I am getting my Christmas will have stopped; for us.
''a. m.. Morning Worship 11 a. m., I Offices I
.presents together. Don gave me God bless you every one.
FREEZERHolds "I Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. 426 N. Walnut St. EIFERT Orlando Fla._ .
M Hlf)0) for gifts this year. I want Love- ., Mother? .",,Lura. ,
I, Wednesday Youth Fellow- '"to make some aprons and now am P S.'My granddaughter APril. Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor
455 Lbs. i|s.uip: and Choir Practice 7:30: p. crocheting lace on handkies. I in Indiana who is 14 was chosen SONG LEADER

;nl.I :w'il start addressing Christmas :'queen of the Community Festival 728 E. University
I deer season was 1 anti crowned and given a dozen
$289.95 ARt PAJtK BAPTIST CHURCH cards soon. The Phone 6-3248 GainesvUto EVERYONE WELCOME!
people gotHIGHLAND ,:roses. I was so proud and happy.EVERGREEN.
here and some
Disc. 35.00 I Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Morn- open 20 Years Experience:
/. .
ing Worship 11 'a. m. Training .
8254.95Plus Union 6:45 Worship AAAAAA& A j .y..y..TY.....trn
p. m. Evening -IAAAAA&AAA && A 1
Tax 7.56 I 8:00: p. m. Midweek Prayer ;

Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. I

Total S262.60 Everyone welcome. 1 1 t ir

i By :.MrsSybil Griffis : +
CHURCH OF GOD [IBy Debbie Phillips] .e

Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- .i iI I ------ aaaaaa.aAaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. I
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Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday Visitors at Evergreen Baptist!i
7:45 YPB! I We had a good attendance at t t
Evening Service. : p. m.
Church last Sunday were
C. H. NASWORTHY Service Wednesday 7:45 p. m Highland Baptist Church for Bcrtice Sullivan Mrs. Rex BrcokI -
7:45 !Sunday School and worship ser
Prayer Meeting Friday p. m ;I ) and three chldren of Jackson-
vices. Rev. L. Lloyd Seifer of !
I Mville. and Mrs. Nathan Starling of
HAMPTON CHRISTIAN Youngstown, Ohio brought the.
310 E. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA.REVIVAL :message. Highlands. .
CHURCH Those visiting Mr. and Mrs. I

Sunday Bible School 10 a. The church is planning a Fellowship Clyde Griffis last week were Mrs. II

m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; Service for all its mem- ''R. F. Tyson and Mrs. Tyson's I
Evening service; 7 p. m., and Prayer i bcrs on Saturday Nov. 28. A special j mother. Mrs. Lucinda Griffis. Mr. t
will be presented i
mectng every Tuesday at 7:30 I program I and Mis. C. C. Griffis Jr., Mr. aId)
p. m. John W ite, pastor. ,smarting at 5:30: p. m. An opport- Eugene'McDonald and three
I I unity will be given to membersof children of Jacksonville Rev. and

BVBRGREENBAPTIST I the church to pledge their con- Mrs. J. E. Norman and James. ,

CHURCH tributions for building a pastor- I Mrs. Lillie Morgan, Mr. and Mrs ii >k ,s e

NOV. 30 DEC. 4 Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching 'im. We hope all members will be E-lmond Rosier and children of

11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: present to enjoy the barbecue i Lawtey, and Elisha Griffis and
I'p. m. Preaching 7:3: p. m. Prayer :i sapper that will be served at theI "two 1 children.

7:30 P.M.Madison: I Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. I close of the services. I Many residents of this com-

Wednesday Bible study, 7'30 Miss Patricia and Eunice White- I unity have been ill with flu. I

Street I p. m. I ihead of Clay Hill spent the week. Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Kirkland

I :f'nd1th Miss Sharon Mosley. ;'avid family visited Rev. and Mrs.

MADISON STREET BAPTIST Together with Mr. and Mrs. Richard
) CHURCH i' Mosley they all attended the j Monday night. ;ar4 I

I 940 Block W. Madison St. (Jacksonville Fair Saturday night. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Normar. :

Baptist Church I Sunday School 9:45 Joe Wood, Mrs. H. T. Dunn and daughter,(visited Rev. and Mrs. Lingerfelt 4 ,.4 7

I Superintendent. (Sandra of Jacksonville visited I j I Wednesday at Middleburg. .y 3

Morning Worship, 11:00. (i relatives here Wednesday. : A Thanksgiving revival will openat
Training Union t<:15 Jim Har- I '
: Evergreen Baptist Church Nov.
!! Frank Herndon who is employed -
dcn..Director. i in Palatka, spent the weekend 26, and i i111 continue-each night
Evening worship 7:30.: 1! Tlth; his family here. thlOUgh 'Nov- 28,- Thursday night
.. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting !speaker will be Rev.-Marvin Sted
f 7:30. Rev. and Mrs. George Chism Southernas Grits
ham of Jacksonville. Friday Rev.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
J. H. Mabry, Jr., Pastor.BErLH ;were I McGee of Oak Grove Baptist will
AFt ana Mi's. James Griffis.
5 bring the message and Rev. J. E.
BAPTIST Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mosley of
Lingerfelt of Middleburg will beth

I HOMECOMING Jacksonville visited the Richard Saturday speaker: 'tie. Southern sims emL. ;ohs..w
The Beulah Baptist Church, east Mosleys Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Lillie No institution is more deeply rotted in five we y
Morgan. Dorothy
South than Since our founding .1 reinvested where we mate them- 4n Ifae Sol flu
of Camp Blanding will observe its Boys and girls of the Interme- Morgan. :Mrs J. E. Norman and our Company.
I annual Homecoming on Sunday, diate Class of the Sunday School James Norman attended revival 73 years ago we have concentrated d-cm serving" We like to believe that the continued: iks

t'I Nov. 15, with dinner on the enjoyed a picnic at the Jackson- services at Oak Grove Baptist the South and only the South, with dependable leadership of our products is due to two things:

grounds. The public is invited. ((7ilie Zoo last Saturday. 1 Church Saturday night. 'petroJeum'and allied products. s 1) their dependable quality;sod 2J fce fact

1 I, CHURCH OF CHRIST 1- ':p.rrs.Wanda Sapp of Raiford Our officers, 'directors and iU members of that we are Southerners who think Southern
Charles Thorpe Minister
Southerners. 'Two-thirds Southern and inherently observe 1be 1m-
I Bible Study. 10 a. m. Preaching ;| i organization are act
an-1 Communion, 11 a- m. Evening 4f the Company"s'dividends are paid'to more toms and courtesies which Soutbcrom apretiale. -

;, Service;6:30tp.: m. lndweek'Bible t'T HELP WANTED -- WOMEN .Visa 14,000 Of.iu stockholders In'iig la-fix '-: Were proud so be-.4 Sau&t&es-- -pteT- f
Study each Wednesday 7:30 p. m.

fie. '" STADH. #tL .COMPANYJ
Tor. Call Christian Streets .

Sunday School. 9:45:: a. m.'Wor-
Church Fitzgerald Ga. ship-and Communion 10:45-s: m. i ONE: WEEK PAID VACATION
(First Baptist ) '
"Evangelist I 6 p .m. CYF 7 p. m. [ ,
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. New
Training for Service. Applications Taken Daily 1:00 P.M._. 4:00 P.M. STARKE,-FLA. PHONE WO 4.1521 J


7:30 P.M. Sunday 1'G. M.School' IIMmIe 10,'a.Pastor m. Morn- Big Dad Manufacturing, Inc. So u c So lit h M b t hr Soft __ :

mc Worship, 11 a. ... ETangellgtic I.'
"For the wages! of sin is death, but the gift of God is > 11
Service 7:45 p. m. ThorxlAy 441 E. Brownlee St. Starke/Fla.
eternal life through Christ our Lord. Romans 6:23. weekly prayer atrvice. Invita

tion extended to everyone. I -I._._ .. .

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................................................. of beauty in our community. Marian asltcd.-t to'pay $1 for Florida Normal in Jacksonville for surgery Tues luck boys remember we all like !

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Tyson. Chrm. May Belle Dell, and Industrial' Memorial College day. steak. COLD WEATHER AHEAD
reporter.! and donate canned goods. Brenda McDavid celebrated her Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Eddie of

Allen Chapel AME Church The program win be conductedat llth birthday Saturday in the Waldo were Sunday afternoon

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will he"C lle8'*''i daj. Arata Williams home of her parent, Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis.

hold regular services starting at reporter. Fred McDavid at a dress-up Monday. W. H. Eddie of Waldowas FUEL OIL
Ozora Shell
10 a. m. Sunday School. Supt. Thanksgiving'Observance luncheon for 25 of her friends. the luncheon guest of Mr. and

A&&&&&&&&&&&& &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&L- &&&&&& Rene Thomas in charge. At 11 a. The Thanksgiving program for Prizes were awarded to the girl (SirsN.. J. Davis and the two men
m. the first quarterly conference the Masonic"Family: will be held dressed in the most lady like outfit visited Mr. Davis' brother in the .
Carnation Club very much. She serves as monitor fur the year win be conducted by at New Bethel Baptist Church Winners were Judy Walker afternoon at Frazier Hospital in1 I
The Carnation Social Saving when the teacher has to go to the the presiding elder, Rev. W. P. during the afternoon Thanksgiving 0.' Alachua and Sharon Harell. McclennyMr. -

Club met at the Reno Theater bank or the county office on urgent Jenkins. Evening service at 6 p. m. Day. All members of Morn- Brenda received many lovely gifts and Mrs. Joe Urecn of Pa- I k11 WE ARE AS CLOSE AS YOUR

with President Wilhelmena Brooksin business. a; which time all boards are asked ing Star Lodge No.26,Ruth Courtcf from her friends. altkaisited. his sister, Mrs. Ru-

charge. An inspiring talk was Supervisor Shell has given the ti have written reports ready to : Heroines of Jericho No18, Mr. and Mrs. G. A Gay were by Hodges. Saturday afternoon. 1.. _

made to the members by President Reading Readiness test to the present to Elder Jenkins. At 3 p m. :Order of Eastern "Star/ and 'Dell weekend guests of their son andfr.mily Miss Bobby Hodges and friend,

Brooks. Plans have not been ':mst grade. .Several of the pupils all choir members are asked to Chapter No. 168. are, urged to par- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gay I Rodney Belcher of Jacksonville for Quick Service

completed for the Christmas placed high, many average anda accompany Rev. Sampson to Mt. I I ticipate. This message owess fjrpm of Miami. I were Wednesday guests of Mr 9
Party. All members are asked to few low none were very low. PJsgah AME Church in South 'your leaders: Worshipful Master '
'I Stanley and Kenneth Green and Mrs. E. W- Hodges Sr. .
be present for the Dec. 7 meeting The second grade will be tested Starke to organize a choir union. Damon Dell, Most Ancient Matron returned to Wildwood Saturday

If you "Remember Pearl Harbor", next week. Don't forget Junior Church I Sophia Royal' and Worthy Matron -
I night after several days visiting
won't forget this date. A delicious Parents each Tuesday at 5 m. Your St. Mark's Episcopal
you are asked to send the p. Janie S. Mitchell. Fail not! their respective parents. Mr. and DIAL
barbecue supper was served children; to school each day so I child today will be the preacher, Bertis Robinson.". reporter. Mrs. Leslie Green and Mr. and Bev. Raymond e. MacBLaia
by the hostess Mrs. Lela M. Suggs. they will not miss these tests as class leader, steward or stewardess Ebenezer Baptist Church
Mrs. Roy 4-4641
Sunday Services-9:45 aoo, WO
Al! reported a delightful meeting. they serve as our yardstick for' tomorrow. E. J. Givens, re Rev. E. D. Robinson. pastor held '
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Geren attend- Church School; 11:00 aaa. Morning r
Alma R. Jenkins, reporter. measuring their educational de porter. services -allday starting with
eu the Sunland Prayer and Sermon-
house at
Surprise Party velopment. We can meet their Philadelphia Baptist Church, Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt.
Communion First Sunday
Mrs. Sophia Royal was movedto needs better when we find out i Lawtey: Rev. W. B. Dennis, pastor Henry Bryant' in:charge. Morningand Sunday Training afternoon.center in Gainesville Holy, 11:00 am; Third- Sunday, F REGISTER & SON
here are-then will observe its annual Women'sDay .s rmons I
tears Monday when she was they we try to evening were deliver Miss Annette Green of Gaines- x 30 a.m. "
surprised on her "natal day"She teach them so they can go where; Sunday. Dec. 13. Miss A.: B. ed by the pastor.. Guest pianist \Vedn .sday-lOO p.m. Choir 7 I
ville was home with her parents :
was being driven around by her they should be Mrs- S. C. Price,: Anderson and others are working fcr the morning1 'was Mrs.: Z. P. the Leslie Greens for the weekend.We I[Practice; 7:45 p.m. Litany and GULF OIL PRODUCTS
daughter Corean McNeil and Pearl teacher. hard to make this day one of the Jennings( teacher of the 4th and Bible Study. I
were sorry to hear that Mrs-,
McAdams, when they stopped at Fiesta Club greatest in the history of the 5th CVCAnderson Junior ,
Vanadore fell at her
the home of Elmer and Ozora Don't forget the regular monthly -I church. Persons in and out of the i High. Our regular I pianist Mrs. home
Sunday and was slightly in
Shell where a group greeted her 1 meeting at the home of Mrs. county are being called upon to Snell Was guest; speaker at Mt. jured.
singing "Happy Birthday To heip. Plans have not been com- Zion A. M. E., Jacksonville. She I
Mae Dean on Pine Street. All
Miss of
Judy Kelley. daughter
pleted. A contest emphasizing the PLAN NOW TO SPEND THE
You. The large birthday cake :members are urged to be present snake to: a capacity audience on, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kelley is in /
seasons will also be presented. A Sate1l1kIn The Spare'Age. ,
and the flower arrangements enhanced "Woman ,
we wish to complete plans for
nurses training at St. Luke Hos-
When were you born. What sea- ." Holy Communion THANKSGIVING WEEKEND ATb
the beauty of the many was administered -
the Christmas William Holland
party. pital in Jacksonville. She was
lovely gifts received. Tape record- son is most popular: winter, summer by, the pastor at the !
president Gloria Graham "- home for ,the Santa Fe-Starke
ings were made and each memberof leporter. spring or fall? You are cor- close ofrhe evening service. All I

the group enjoyed listening to dially invited to help make your wards and group .leaders made game Friday night.
CHURCH NEWS -- We were sorry to hear of the ELLINORVILLAGE
the play-back. Guests Included: season the greatest of all. MrsBeatrice good reports'r:
Pleasant Grove Methodist death of Grady Baxter of Jack- -
Mesdames Vada Dell, Everlena Scott guest reporter.Mt. Wanted; additional choir men/
Church Rev. H. J. Blunt, pastor s mvllle. Friends will remember
Wilson, Mary Lee Frazier, Minnie Zion AME Church. Lawtey. hers; please l join and sing withus.
held services all day starting with hold him as the brother of Pit Baxterof
Dinah Rev. Grimmage. pastor will God needs your talent and we
Jessie Belle Tyson,
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Supt. our district. He lived here fora
Tyson Leona M. Royal Alma regular pastoral services Sunday need your"voice' to strengthen our : \
Leo DeSue in charge. We were at number of years as a young
with School
Jenkins. Pauline Marshall Corean starting Sunday church music..: This'app -
Jenkins, Pleased to welcome back our new 10 a. m. Guest scholars are exp made'by Mrsu. Bertis Robinson, man.Mrs.
McNeil, Rev. Alphonso pastor and enjoyed the morningand cted from Baptist r Ovid Lewis and daughters in ORMOND BEACH
: Philadelphia
M. T. Marshall Sr., Pearl Mc- vice president.We of Starke vtsited'friends
evening sermons. and re-
Elmer Shell. Games Church, according to Supt. Lin- received greetings from bur
Adams and
District Supt. E. M. Hurley will wood Crawford. Parents Tatives here Saturday afternoon. 5 DAYS AND FAMILY OF
and "Mashed are President Mrs. Rosa Williams who 4 4
included checkers .
hold his first conference for the Rudolph Stokes of Gainesville
strongly urged to come and bring NIGHTS ONLY $27 00 176 OF 650 UNITS
Potatoes." The menu: Southern is working on the East Coast. R i
new year on the fifth Sunday visited his sister Miss Ruby
fried chicken glazed beets, turn- each child to Sunday School. I ir.ember our sick and shut in with (Shorter Stays- SEPT. 1-JAN. 1
at church. All Stokes afternoon. a
morning Saturday
our mem-
ips, corn muffins, candied yams, bers are asked to attend. Morning worship at 11 a. m., prayer, flowers apd other, .gifts.. Miss Merline Rodgers of Daytona I $6.75 per night)
baked cornish hen for evening worship at 7:30 p. m.(I member"The Lord'Loveth A
rice perlieu I Have you forgotten your loved waS the weekend guest of Four swimming pools
the ice and cake.A Music will be furnished by the Cheerful Giver." Ranell En'glish'reporter. :,
honoree cream ones in "BOB LOVE CEMETERY her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tim a
offer- junior choir. All members are Speed World's most famous beachBirthp
thanksgiving prayer was ?" We are asking all per- time. Rodgers. During the weekend the ,ace of
asked to be present and
for Free fees
ed Mother Royal having golf
who have relatives buriedto Norris of greens
rons .:.tvmvwntwwi Hamp family Lacrosse
Beatrice Scott nttms
lived to see this happy celebrationwith come out and help us clean up Mt Nebo Baptist Church visited;the Rodgers. Celebration' Nightly entertainment at the Ellinor ',,
staff I
so many friends. re- Thanksgiving morning. We should held regular services Sunday starting BROOKER Mr and Mrs- Bob Long of 2t14. \ Village Country Club
porter. have a thankful heart and spirit Columbia, 'Ga. visited Mr. and I
School at 9:45
with Church Ov.It : 24 Hour & sitter service
Thurston School News that we are yet alive and can do a. m. Assistant Supt. Ruth Sanders By Barbara !!vie> DartiAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAA Mrs. G- B. Colson last week. of .,ents featuring nursery baby
The first six weeks of school something in memory of our departed in charge, review of the lessonby Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Davis and Gala rot RESERVATIONS OR ADDITIONAL IN.FOJMATIQN .

were very successful. We have had loved ones. Bring your Rev. A. C. Richardson; 11 a. Harold, and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. BeaUty contest sued mo torrvde WRITE DEPT.CAU OIANCE W-9T 7-0441 .O*

three PTA meetings. We appre- rakes, spades hoes and shovels so ='1. Devotion was conducted by Rev. It It: Moft attended the Davis and Curtis Dowling spent sand -

ciate the assistance that is being we can chase away the grass, Deacon J. W. Clarke. The morning State''Baptist'Convention in Tallahassee the weekend at the Scrub. Hear Aypces ELUNaR
offered our teacher by "Mrs. weeds, bushes and trees and make delivered they are 'getting ready for deer loOt raCIS
evening sermons were last week and visited Mr. .
Ruthie". The children like her this a final resting place a spot season which will open soon. Good wanks VILLAGE
Rev. A- C. Richardsonwho fire Meet
by and Mrs. L. B.. Crosby in Greensboro Car ,.J
spoke on "The Crucified and Mi... and'1\1rs. T. C. Kelley National, Assn.,Veteran Ormond Boch, c .
Christ", Matt: 27-34. in"Tallahassee.- -Antique Car Honda r

We were very happy to have Mr./and"Mra. 'Pasco Mott and 7Dt OS"Je666 Car C1ub A sm.,Vintage F --

1i: Young oar former pastor Rev. G. B. children of Gainesville were Sunday Cl lub* sponoreo -

t Burgman with us. He took chargeof luncheon''guests of Mrs. 8. M.

(fi c Adult! the services and presented our Mott. Mrs. Mott accompanied
guest speaker. The resignation of hem home for the'night'land'returned -

.. r7i our pastor Rev. S. J. Simpson was home Monday. I

Drivers accepted with regrets by the of- Mayor M. O. Harrell and Tommy -

\ ficers and members. We take this Hamilthi 1:attended the_n_ _n__-

'" / method to thank .Mrs. M. E. Ro- da-Georgia football game. in Jack- at

( berts for her fine services in music onville recently. .

all day.:The Union of Churcheswill Mr: and|, Mrs.Charles Perry of .
meet on the second Sunday in Gainesville were" Friday night

December at which time all mem- dinner guests of her parents, Mr.

bers and choirs are invited to be and Mrs; M. O. Harrell and attended -

present. There is a real treat in "the' Paiker-Andrews wed-
H you're really AS GOOD AS YOU THINK YOU ARE(and w. All.
store for you "Welcome New River.
ding at
know you can be) you can DRIVE your way to lower rate
Deacon Vasco Mitchell Clerk. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney of
You can stand on your own feet be insured and keep
New Bethel Baptist Church accompanied Mr. andMrs.
insured on your own ability and driving record. Gainesville
I Let me show you how you can benefit with a new auto Rev. A. B. Vinson, pastor will hold G.' E. Green to the Santa Fe

insurance program, called NAP, which is lair to all annual Women's Day starting -Starke football game in Starke.
legally-licensed drivers including YOUNG ADULTS with Sunday Schol at 9:30 De- Friday night.

AND families with young adult drivers. !oris Jenkins, Supt. guest teachers Bruce and Steve Tinney of

: Mrs. M. L. Paul, Mrs. E. J. Gainesville were weekend guestsof

COME ./N OR CALL ME TODAY Givens and Mrs. Gladys Blye: the G. E. Green family.Mr. 1

music by choir No. I, Miss Lottie and Mrs. G. E. Green and

CHARLEY I JOHNS AGENCY B- English in charge; morning daughters Shirley and Linda,
speaker. Mrs. Maurice J. White, were Sunday luncheon guests of

teacher of 5th and 6th grades at Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Tinney of

t+o RJE. At 3 p. m. the Youth of the Gainesville.Mr. :
c 'o church will have charge with and Mrs. Ernest Bass of

PHONE WO 4.0121 ad Miss Jessie Belle Tyson serving as Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs.

1F- chairman. Speaker Miss Fannye Mack Collins and daughter Nancy

Starke, Florida. Beil Frazier recent graduate of of Fairbanks were Sunday after-

NA P RJE and Sarah's Beauty School: n.xm"guests,of Mrs.. H. P. Gainey irJi'

at 7 p. m. the guest speaker will and Mrs" Betty: Gainey.

-I Iw Mrs. Frances Pierce teacher of Mr.:'and" Mrs.. Edward Raulersonare

the 12th grade. the proud parents of a boy A

The car club race will climax born Wedrieday at Alachua General :
SaMifPFLORIDA COUNTIES' the program with the following Hospital. "' : :: : e

curs and captains: Mercury, Mrs. Mr. and"Mrs. C; E/Severs and .
Mrs. .. ...... ;'' ;..-. ..._- .,.. _
Marie Thomas; Lincoln. son_Martin.Chamber of Jackson- ..-..- -.. ..- .
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Clara DeSue Pontiac Mrs. Paul- E. W. Hod- .'-'" ,- '"' ..., ... --- :" ..-.
: 'lie and Mr, and Mrs.: .' ...
I ; HAMILTON ine Marshall Thunderbird. :Miss and'childrehof Americus -.-.:.;., ... -.;.. '.---' .'-'.. :.:-,>
r : ges Jr. ..'.... ... .... '.. ... ...
Jessie B. Tyson: Buick Mrs. Em- i Gi; 'tbere' r'eekend'guests of Mr. ..."."'"" .",.".."'---......'.- -....'...._......-.' .. .... ."'..... ._. .. -, '_ ""- .
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COUNTYCounty Crumm Dodge, Mrs. Everlena I The ,. ..-- ...... ""'- ... .. ,
Sr. .
ma ; and Mrs. E. W. Hodges ,
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Mrs. ModenaThomas ....... -". ...".. ..'.......... .... .. .........
Wilson; Desota Junior visited her father .
Seat, Hodges "......... .'" '.. .... 4
; Cadilliac. Mrs. Mae B. Rev. Brookins. in a'Starke hospital -, -.

Jasper -' Scott; Plymouth, Mrs- Lillie Mae : during the weekend. Rev. '-- .i'1_ -

Jackson; Chrysler, Mrs. Bertis Brookins suffered a severe heart --.4-: .

Mae Banks; Nash Mrs. Queen attack Thursday.Mr. ,,
Esther Green; Packard Mrs. Hat- and Mrs. Al Rain of High :-./.y- t 1 r _... *.. -

tie Mae .Beasley. Everyone is invited Springs were Sunday night guestsof .\. -" v
to attend the services all Mrs. Mammie Hodges.Mrs -

_(t.' day. If you miss a single one you ::Elmo Yarbor and children ,

fl- .. ;,, will miss a treat. Pauline; Marshall of Melrose, visited her mother, ..rBURNING

lSl PHUb reporter. Mrs.'Wallace Crews, last week.
'.. MIHOKtAljfc Antioch Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs.:'Joe Bredding and .

Ho \ FOTt$ \ Rev. George W. Lee pastor held children Lacrosse were Sunday -; \ .-

/ regular services Sunday starting guests of ,her parents Mr. and _- ., .T.. t-' .

-*&Mffltr3gs&r{ tnth Sunday School. Supt. Clar- Mrs. Wallace Crews. ...- :r .. t ,' , .

ence Williams in charge, morning Miss Kay Emerson of Bland was j
*'dam It Oo mty,formed_ 1m,was named !i sermon by the pastor. At 3 p- m. the weekend guest of Miss Linda{ ..... .... ,

tenor of Alexander Hamilton. The famous Suwa. the Federation was held at the Sue Thomas.Mr. .. ,': 1

bee River forms a natural boundary co the two church with Rev.. Lee in charge and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas : .

1t this northeastern Florida county, where pzIpd due to the absence of President end children and Miss Kay Emerson .:. .] J J.f.
wurees of income are agricultural timber and JiV& Robinson who had to funeralize were Sunday guests of Mr. IS THAT YOUR JOB ?
One of its major tourist attractions sere 243-
rti. a member at Ocala. The afternoon and MrsE.. C. Lewis in Starke.. .
park in White Springs that houses the famoog '. j
Stephen Foster Memorial where ttt et" .s >*-- *- sermon was delivered by Rev. I I Mrs. Woodrow'Ibomas. ',spent '* Remember that last '
Folk Festival is held. Otis Arnold while Rev. Wise, the day Monday, with Mrs. Reed ; ; :: forest fire! Its glow lit up the sky for miles around.. .

In progressive Hamilton County and thrcBgboOl pastor of Pleasant Grove, Key- Lewis i in Starke.: '- < Did your job go up with the smoke? I I
Honda! the United States Brewers Foundation stone Heights kept the spirit burning Mrs. Groover Thomas returned

works constantly to assure the sale of beer and ale with his fiery remarks. A total home during the weekend alter- "' :_ :; Forest fires cost all of us something income for farmers, jobs for

tinder' pleasant orderly conditions. Believing thai of $48 was raised for the visiting her sister, Mrs. AT.. .. industrial workers, higher costs for thousands of everyday items whose
etrict law enforcement serves the best interest at A church. At 7 p. m. reports were Thomas of Gainesville, for. several.
the people of Florida, the Foundation stresses dossjCooperation completed for the anniversaryfund weeks. basic materials come from the woods. .
'. with the Armed Forces, law which reached a little over .Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas of :
went and governing r"1. is ill : 'eafoj 100. Gainesville were ''Sunday nightdinnerairestrsof.his'mothei' -: That's why we maintain special equipment and crews and work in I
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regulation" program. I'e.. 11'. The pastor. choir and congregation ; Mrs. close partnership with the Florida Forest Service in preventing and -

visited Pleasant Grove Groover. 'Thomas.r.Mrs. _= r. fighting fires-the greatest enemy of the Southern woodlands.J
BEER FLORIDA'S ::0.\. sr-f)': n : r. Dr Baptist Church Keystone Heights .- Rozie homes of Pompanowas '
LIGHT, BRIGHT a Yuf.A1oradatio* 11M" on Tuesday to'participate in the the guest of her daughter and 1 c I Ic"

...., ; ...on;.;.. installation services for the new family Mrs.".Fred .McDarid- Container of "ma--.
BEVERAGE \: \.. e MX.Mmi....5 pastor Rev. Wise. Mrs. Arata Wfl- Jack McDavid of Pompano v1s1this Corporation merles: .Honda
Oh MODERATION 4jcout' for ,
liams is serving as chairman ed brother. Fred McDavid I

,Donation Day". All members are Monday and entered the''hospt4lii a- .
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held on Friday afternoon in St.Mark's Weld. The Club house was beau- VYYyyYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy rV.n.. .... ..y..y, -
spending a week with their aunt ST. A>'VS El Scm I'\ ,
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Episcopal Church in Jack- tifully decorated with flower arrangements and uncle.
PUTNAM HALL Mr. and Mrs Evans :BI:H. itt I ;00. i '
sonville. Dick, who was only 31 made by Mrs. Al Nel- MELROSEBy Spires and their
old had Mrs. Weld has been \ 'grandparents. Rev. M. H. Bre >
By Mary & Schaeffer .:rears distinguished himself son. treasurerof Colored News Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spires.
i many times in public life. He the Woman's Club for many : Sunday-7:30 a. .
Joyce Rolhhammer : Mr. and Mrs. Henry McCrea and mumbo: 930:; \) ;' P
was immediate past president of years. Mrs. Alma Frost will fill By Gloria Cliffin I
,.yyyyyyy..yyyyyyyyyyyyy I Chamber Of CommerceA I three children of Jacksonville School; 9:30: a, m
!the Jacksonville Chamber of Com- the office after Mrs. Weld leaves. I&AAAAAA&&A&A.A&&LAAA&.
discussion on the merits of :nerce. and a Jaycee National PTA Executive Board UAAAA&&A&A&&A&& &AA& pent last Sunday with Rev. and ',;n and Sermon t I (

KEYSTONE terminating Chamber of Commerce Director. He School News Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer I Airs. H- W Tyler. each first Sunda t
was a member of the The Executive Board of Keystone -
HIGHLIGHTS activities next year due to and family spent last week- Mr. and Mrs. Kramer and Young People me
Executive Board of the North Heights PTA met Monday Students of Putnam Hall Ele-
lack of cooperation and financial Florida Council, .. eud in Gainesville visiting Mrs.j I daughter. Rosemary last week 1!: Holy Days 7:. .t .
Boy Scouts of night at the school house. Reports .aentary School have several exhibits -I
AjjkAiLAAALAALLALAAALALk support was held at the regular Ruthhammer's parents Mr. and moved to Melrose from Twin I I I Communion.
America, and served the
Since so on on the Carnival were given, and on display at the Putnam Lakes I I
meeting Monday night. Mrs. Clyde WesJey. They live in Mr. Danns1apartments.
Indians Bow To Palatka deciMon Board of the Gator Bowl they were most satisfactory. The County Farm & Agricultural Fair TRINITY El
Palatka Junior High School few members were present no Assn. He had been chairman of Mrs hula Mae Carver and son .
The made other than to I membership chairman reported in East Palatka. A blue ribbon was, Also new to Melrose ClI t'BCD. II i,
fcotball team defeated the Key- was the March of Dimes fund drive, 150 and daughter-m-lav, Mr. and is Mr. and
continue the meetings for this : paid to date. won for their exhibit on leather- Mrs. H. C. Segur of Rev. M. H Br..
Portsmith i I
stone Junior High Indians 197in and active in the Jacksonville This evening Thursday) the craft. Mrs. Bill Carver, and Mrs. Nancy >
Ohio, who live. SunIO a school
a game played Thursday night, ,year. Community Chest-United Fund PTA will hold its regular monthly Coronation exercises for the Cochran: of Ft. Myers spent Sun- next door to Col. 11-15
and Mrs. ; : a
Ralph A. i
12 the Melrose fieldThe Mrs. Joe Daurer, secretary, re- Drive. He had been in the Korean day with Mrs. Carver's mother, Stevens. Wel- j
Nov on meeting at the school auditoriumat vowning of Miss PHS will be held oome to I,Prayer and Sfm: r r
Palatka team enjoys the reputa- ported on the Northeast Florida War, serving with the Navy. Heteas I 7:30Local: Monday night, Nov. 16. at the Mrs. Georgia Jones, to help her our Melrose we hope you enjoy minion each fir. II.
t'on' of being tops, and the Indians Council meeting which she attend-:! manager of the Provident celebrate her 78th birthday. Also community. :'
Girl scnool. Further information on
were one of the few teams ever ed last week in Gainesville. Pro- .Mutual Life Insurance Co., and I I Expert Hunter hand with Mrs. Jones Sunday Mr- and Mrs. Mark Smallwood ( !
this later I'n
will be at
Miss Peggy Payne, who makes affair given a and daughters. Kim i.
for this section and Jane.
motional material of
there : her Willis
to score against them. If administrator of the Marine Wel- that sons. Johnny, and
date. Principal McNeil asks
had been another quarter to play. of Florida was planned and individual -i fare Fund. He was a graduate of hr home with her sister, Mrs. E. Otis Ford, all of M'elrose., Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs.
ill patrons and parents be presentto :
A. Haertle. and Mr. Haertle Grant Rothhammer .
: chambers will be able to on and familySunday. '
the Indians might have wonorat Alabama Polytechnic Institute, Mrs. E. M. Robinson left Satur-
witness this event.
Si.ver Lake, has just returned ::: .
least tied. We watched with obtain this for distribution. i president of the Auburn Alumni The president of PTA asks that day night for a trip to Stevenson. '| : % ,
from a real hunting Guest of Mrs. Jones'last
trip during Georgia
pride as our boys came out on the The Board of Directors will Association, and a member of the all patrons and parents purchase Aia. to spend the week with her "
which she got four deer. For the ; week were her sister. Mrs.f f
field-then watched with amaze- meet next week to select a nominating -I Kappa Alpha Alumni Assn. He is nerabership cards from MrsE.. I luother, Mrs. J. F. Rudder, and affair"r
past two and one half months Lena Wall, and her Mrs. !:
ment as the Palatka team liberally committee to compile a survived; by his parents his wife, M. Cliffin. They cost 65 cents other relatives niece. .
Peggy has ben Mertie:
visiting with her Mitchell both of j
"swarmed" onto the field! Mate of officers for next year. a daughter, two sons, and a broth- other six sisters who live in San each. The members of the PTA are Mr. and Mrs. John Rynd and Cove Springs. Green : : ,
Each player had at least 5 or 6 Tney will also select judges for new son. Bill of Atlanta, Ga. last | : '
still their drive to raise
on money
er.Father Jose and Santa Rosa Calif., andit Mrs.'E. J. Hogan and of
'many of me annual home and business: {
replacements! With so Of Local Resident Dies for the necessary equipment of i week picked up their children Patsy : .,
seems they all like to hunt. Leesburg recently spent the day
decorations.Girl I
oar: team sick or injured reserves who I Christmas O. R. Williams, father of Mrs. They rent to Mt. Lassen National the clinic and all donations will and Bobby who have been with her parents. Rev. and Mrs. '
few and the boys
were poor Scout News \
Richard Murrhee of Keystone Park where they spent two weeks be appreciated. church E;. W. Tyler.

had to slug it out all felt through chip-the Girl Scout Troop 190 met last Heights, died last Friday afternoonin deer-hunting, and Peggy was the Gloria Cliffin has been elected I i services Thursday will be held night.Sunday.Regular Mrs. Mrs Elsie Dunne. who has been
not have so
game might Friday afternoon in the St. Anne'sParish Jacksonville from a heart attack first one in camp to bag one-a Sweetheart of her class 11-C of Lucille Davis and Jesse Flowersare in Cape Cod Mass. is back to COJUl17\1't: ri ,;

per as a fresh replacement.Nov. 21, there House. The main topic for I II just after attending the 2-point, 165-lb. Mule Deer. From the Central Academy High Schoolin still ill. spend the winter in Melrose. Her KEYSTONE: [C"

Saturday night, tne day was the evaluation of I 'aneral of Dick Hutchinson at Mt. Lasen Palatka. (Continued next Dr. Albert
foot- they drove to Las Vegas birth Announcement on Page) C. IIrs. :?: "
will be a party for all 1959 It I their camp-out the weekend before which Mr. Williams had been an wnere they spent a day and night Abeliae Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Thomas :\ J. L. It :.
and cheerleaders. are
ball players -that COLD weekend. The honorary pallbearer. Funeral services acid then on to Utah where they Rev. Chester Crumb pastor of I II the proud parents of St. William's Catholic Chapel Organist and C !'
that the Community i a baby girl
Church is hoped educational building will girls had gone to Camp O'Leno. were held Monday afternoon all filled their tags in 5 days. Peg- Abeline Baptist Church is ill at born Nov. 11 at the Bradford Keystone Heights Sunday Schoolinp l i ..
rear High Springs for Friday in Palatka at the First I Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m.
Baptist gy got one buck and two does. I Worship 11 uOTHE
be available for the affair.LEE'S his home in Starke. Both the County Hospital.
and with Mrs. Holyday Mass at 7:00
night Saturday Church. Mr. Williams, who was From : a. m.
there they went to Zion National
enior and Junior Usher Boards Willie Mae Brown of West Palm
Fred Dodd and Mrs. Fremont Toles i0 years old. was president of the Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m. RIGA vi T
Park for a week of rest. will meet at the home of :Mfrs.Lola Beach: visited her relatives, the
as chaperones. Fortunately, no Williams Finance Co. in Jackson- Confessions before an Masses way jon v.riufi&
Peggy returned home last' Friday, Cliffin Tuesday night. Choir Cliffins and the Bryants
DRIVE IN one became ill because of their ville. Wednes- Baptisms, marriaees and Instructions i !rrt tour Lvor1-: r,
Nov. 13Peggy's deer-hunting sisters rehearsal will be held at the day of last week.
by appointmeat. fountain Ivjt. IV. .r'
camp-out.:: Death Of Mrs. Cotton : 1
are. Mrs. M. A. Reynolds and
Keystone Heights, Fla. This week is the Troop birth Mrs. H. L. Cotton, mother of Mrs. Frank McMullin of San Jose, .

, day. It is one year old this week. MrsSam Gardner, died on Friday Calif., and Mrs. Ada Wright, Miss A

SPECIAL This evening [Thursday) there evening, Nov. 13, in Charleston Susie Payne, Mrs. Martha Lord- f.

will be an Investiture Service for Memorial Hospital Charleston, Red.fearn'sRemington
itch and Mrs. Carl Wetherbye, all
I new members and a Court of A- W. Va.. after several weeks' illness. of Santa Rosa, Calif. v Y
xards for those who have earned
Although Cotton
SHOWING I had livedin A. A. A. To Resume MeetingsIn !
second class badges and for those I
West Virginia all her life, she 60 '

who have earned proficiency bad- wd recently adopted Keystone The A. A. A. [Aspiring ,Artists
ges. Most of the girls earned Heights her winter home.
FRI. SAT. SUN. as She Association] ol Keystone Heights
Shimming Badges last summer. and her husband had Hunter's
purchased will not meet during the next few, Special ;
All parents are invited.On the Charles Smith home
Nov. 20, 21, 22 on Lake- weeks, but will resume their activities
Tuesday and Wednesday of view Drive, where they planned to in January, i960. These"\e-
tnis week, Mrs. D. I.. Thompson spend the winter months. Mrs.
dicated folks week-
once a
Jr.. who works for Clay Electric, Gardner and her daughter Mary .
HOUND DOGMAN Monday evenings-in the Episcopal r '
w ill take groups of girls to the Lou left Saturday morning for
Parish House for three hoursof
Clay Electric kitchen and show Charleston. Sportsman
painting, either in oils water
them the secrets of good cake Party At Play School
color, under the able directionof
baking. They will actually make Happy Hour Play School

_. cakes. the scene of another lovely birth.was Christoffersl.Mrs. Charles who Newman is an.arUsJjoJ[Dot (Any Gauge) Model 48 pff t-t'a. ,
Former Resident Passes
d'1Y party lastfeek when little
fUme note. The class is not opento
Starring "FABIAN" and Keystone Heights people were Beth Ann Rutledge celebrated her I just For practical 1 + .., r-t :
I saddened last week with the news fourth anniversary with her i anyone. purposes Automatic .'.. I
the number is limited but Shotgun
Carol Lynley oi the death of Dick Hutchinson. school mates Friday morning. .
if anyone earnestly desires to become -
a former resident, in a Boston Tnere was a beautiful birthday
a member, he or she might
I Hospital on Tuesday evening, Nov. cake and all sorts of favors, -
sup- _
facts Newman .
PLUS SHORTS present the to Mrs. ,
10. after illness of several :; -
an piled by Beth Ann's mother. Mrs. f-.i-- :
call 4386 and see what can be -
months. Funeral services were Gordon Adams Play School teacher -
done. We might add tint a little
was assisted In caring for the talent is as important as the in- ,

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's happy children by Mrs. Max clination. '

Mooneyham and Mrs. Howard Returns From EnglandMrs. -

Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes lovely Murphy.gifts.Beth Ann received many William Lee recently returned : : II

SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY Local Men Initiated from a pleasant and interesting -
visit to England. Traveling -

Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner Jess Lewis, N. W. Hardenbergn, by plane from Jacksonville toNew ::: ,
and Seth E. Kennedy, all of Key- York, she boarded a BOAC __----z-----' ; ; "!

tone Heights, spent Friday and jet to Prestwick, Scotland, then e o s s r= I .

Saturday in Jacksonville where .
continued on to Manchester.Mrs.
v New SubdivisionJUST they were initiated in the Ancient Lee was the guest of her !

f j i *-"* Accepted Order of Nobles Mystic brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and

r OPENED ON Shrine. Morocco Temple, as members Mrs.Tom Boothman of Accrington

BEST Burs of the "Pop" Masters Family Lancashire and although the sisters {

Class. There were about 150 members had not seen each other in _

IN LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone LakeNear of this class which was 30 years, they readily recognizedeach Your Choice v 1 I

named in honor of the splendid other. I
Keystone Heights work done by Mr. Masters and Several interesting tours were CHEST OR UPRIGHT s I

GOOD SANDY BEACHESNice hi& family in Masonry. enjoyed during Mrs. Lee's stay.

Shade Large Lots Elbert Altman, also of Keystone including seven days in London I Is ,, !1

Heights, was recently honored the South Coast, a week in Scot-
$2,275 TO $2,575 when he was made a Knight Com- (Continued on Next Page) FREEZER !

20 PER CENT DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY mander of the Court of Honor.A !

S. E. M KAY -- REALTOR large delegation of viewed people the
from Keystone Heights L A. Baker
pirade on Saturday. in Jackson- $$29995
Phones 3071 .
Keystone Heights 2051 4151 ville. 1
Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 Bake Sale ScheduledThe

CAP Cadets will hold a Life ,

Bake Sale on Saturday morning. Accident

Nov. 21, near. the post office. Health 4 $31 DOWN -- $3.00 WEEK

MAKE DEPOSITS Rummage Sale To Be Held HospitalizationIn ,

The Ladies of Keystone Heights I
Woman's Club will hold a Rummage Reynold's Building "

Sale on Friday and Satur- 12 Nightengale Ave. ;!)

DO YOUR BANKING i new day.lote drug Dec.Drug store.4 and building The 5, in sale next the will old to Be-last the Keystone PHONE Heights 2442 YES, VIRGINIA THERE IS A SANTA CLAYS !II:

aU day, both days. ,I
BY MAIL Housewarming For Dam Family REDFEARN'S I
9 3w On Friday evening, Nov. 13, a . .

group of friends and neighbors of

USE OUR NIGHTDEPOSITORY the their Darrell new Davis home family togive gatheredat thema i KINDER I !

housewarming that- is.a The surpriselousewarming Da- $100CHRISTMAS WORTH Of !

vises, who have Just recently mov- .

Q eJ Grove the into corner Ave a beautiful,of were Pointview completely new Road home surprised and on- JTO YOUR I II U MERCHANDISEPAY ;

1 L I'' around when 8:30.: Those their friends who took arrived partin II Our Xmas Budget Plan is NOTHING TILL JANUARY 15 1 I

.An this neighborly gesture were Y
y Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reid, Mr. and I EYES : RedfearrTs Seasonal Ex-

MrsThomas Elmore, Mr. and pression of Appreciation to I j 3 Equal Payments: Jan. 15 Feb. 15 Mar, 1 5

Mrs. Carl Darden. Mr. and Mrs. Our Faithful Customers.
No Carrying Charge or Service Charge Added"Where
Bill I
Tony Baker Mr. and Mrs.
ASK US FOR Baker. Mr.and Mrs. Charlie Mc- tsunami

THESE CONVENIENT Glave. Mr. and Mrs Bill Belote. Service Is Assured1
and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ridaught WITH J

& HELPFUL SERVICES! Games enjoyed., dancing and refreshmentswere IHAIOUOHT.;

Mrs. Weld HonoredOn
Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 10,,

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK the Keystone Woman's Club helda V
tea honoringx Mrs. B. R. Weld Radio & T\\

A Friendly Bank in a Friendly) Community who with her husband is movingto

Keystone Heights, Fla. Lakeland this week. From 3:30 311 East Call Street 4252 Keystone Heights

Member F.DJ.C. tin 4:30 p. m. the ladies of the .

Woman's Club came to greet Mrs. Starke, Fla. .. i .......


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_-. THURSDAY. 'SO19., 19t1. ; !
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a '" alwfAlAA Ai impended. Zviie. Plans were made for a Wil1L1.UlJ1JL. .J.u i 1 en Sunday. YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYl
j< spending some time with his Mrs. Ralph Gainey.
A musical program was pro- Mission; Study to be held Nov. 24 I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce and
iEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS: t 1' vents Mr. and Mrs. Willie ; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O"Brian
nted Mrs. Robert 'at the home of Mrs. J. R. Smith.
s' by Hendry ancMr. MELROSE family spent Sunday with theE
: and children and Mrs. Verble
: ana Mrs. James HetheringtonA The book. "By All Means" is in' -nory Duncans in Jacksonville j !
{ Mr. and Mrs.\
Keith and i i Harell visited Mrs. Orville Brook-
social period followed during c.iarge of Mrs. James Puckett. Mrs. J. S. Eunice Mrs. Mary !
MYYYYVYYYYYYVYTYYYYTTTy t ]hildren of Jacksonville are visit-ins and family in Hampton. Sun-
TYYTYYYTTTYYTTTTYYYYYTYY'Onlmued winch friends greeted Dr. and Mrs Mission Study chairman. A coveted I Reddish, Miss Enza Blanchard '* By Yerble HarreU ti 1
Continued i u ig Mrs. Keith's parents, Mr. and day night.
( from .
from Page Y) i Weld. There was a fine attend-. i dish luncheon will be served. rage 7j Miss Elizabeth Terry, Mrs. Brad &4AA..AAAA44AAAAAAA..a i-
;'ance. good fellowship, and ample : Personals i iI
Norton and family. Miss Karen I I I
!wends will be
happy to
have her
1 -1.' 'he! seaside resorts of the !:| and delicious food. I Mrs. Alma Blizzard is expected I' Lane Jimmy Eunice and Mrs. 'J We are sorry that Rev. Orville when you needRELIABLE

: C ". <. and many other places i! The Men's Club of the Commun-,.1 home from Bradford County Hos- back.Mr and Mrs. Clifford Joyce Futch were in Macclenny i ion Brookins is ill and in Bradford

I. knew as a girl in Lan- !i itv Church will have its regulars I pital. this weekend. nave moved to Gainesville. Corey Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs. !County Hospital. We wish him. a

0:' K'v-dar.d.::; : Although she cper meeting on Nov. 23, al; If all goes well, Lisa Hethering-I Tommy Howe and infant daughter speedy recovery- 1

'h,; triii! immensely. Mrs. .,0:30: p. m. George Massa, program i ton is expected home from Baptist I Il I Duplicate Winners Bridge in Frazier Memorial Hospital.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford GAS SERVICETHINK
at the Melrose -
: t-,a lt -ir is glad to be chairman announces that Schoo I Hospital about the middle of this' and MrsLouie Lee Starling 'visited Boatdrain Sunday and he
Bridge Club last week
: i iTn..- "in "nay: Florida." Principal Earl Cherry will lead a, week.: Lisa had the misfortune to were: of Jacksonville were Sunday guests bright the message. OF
hi,h, Mrs. Mary Cook
and :Miss
(";-"nic":: r:1; I discucssion on Religion in Public: I\' puncture her eye with a pair of I I I Sally Mansfield; 2nd Mrs. R. P. nt Mr. and Mrs. Noah Taylor and I Mrs Reba Nichols and son of SLADE GAS

nor:,tf t\? Lake Geneva, 'Schools, with emphasis on the! scissorsAll friends of the Heth- j Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Prevatt and :Jacksonville and Mrs. Glenn Scott
Hollis I
I and Mrs. R. W. Becker 3rd.
:3''lml:: tv: Ohio railroad i oral schools. Circle 3. under the: ermgtons hope she will soon be : :::1mil '. !
) and children of Jacksonville were TANKS FROM: 5
Miss Gladyce McGill and Mrs. R. GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP
.i! is t p! + find possessor 'leadership of Mrs. E W. Dwyer, line again. !' Mrs. Bill Sherman, Mrs. Warren :guests of their parents, Mr. and I
PVo h: 4th, Mrs. Nan Hopkins
V ir ,' n .nd Certificate :'war serve the dinner. All men ol:.' Mrs. Edward Maguire of Balti- :and Mrs. John W. Strawn. Bishop and Mrs. Hoy B. Hague I Mrs. Joe Griffis. Sunday.Mr. PHONE WO 4-3551 rj
o is.:;' -r he Brother- the Church are invited. Make re-. more. Md.. arrived last Thursday. : visited Mr. Sherman in St. Vin- ;
School NewsI I and Mrs. Harold Black and .-
T' ]hv .amen for 50 serrations early to help the supper i Nov. 12, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Edward cents Hospital on Sunday after- ;
I I i Miss Jane Hunter was treated children of Lakeland and Mr. and .
I ,
ri ml\ iu in that or- i committee.Dr. Conneen and son Peter. Mrs.

;.. rt,' ... i ar.e a member A. C. Holt our pastor wil:I ; Conneen is Mrs. Maguire's daugh- 'to two going away parties last nwn.The Harold Starlings and Miss I:MrsMillard Keith of Jacksonville
ek. One was given by her World Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gainey That's
: ,I"I"u.ited Our Business
j'- ill) I -n!:; has been a bring the message at the Unior:l ijter.: Mrs. Maguire will stay until I Judy Padgett visited Mr. and
History class and one by her Psychology Coring: the weekend.
"f L -." Gi-neva for 11 Thanksgiving Service at the Firsi i'I the Christmas vacation time when I I Mrs. J. D. Davis and family in' If It's Glass We Have It!
finsrtv f:'{,rn Connells- ,; Baptist Church on Thanksgivim: I she will drive with the Cqnneens| class. Friday was her last Jacksonville Sunday afternoon.Mrs. i There will be a 'weekend revivalat -'
day at Melrose High School. She CALL WRITE or VISIT
Boatdrain Baptist Church Nov.
morning at 10 a. Members oi: | to Baltimore for the holidays. I R. E. Lee and Karen and
{ r 'q-:,.', ail! denominations are invited U" j Friends of Mrs. Don Pangborn i is planning a trip to the West Johnny were Friday overnight :20? through Nov. 22. Rev. W. B-

r1 I 'I 'h News ,attend. The combined offering wit:I I1;;are happy to see her up and around (Coast to visit relatives. guests of Mr. and Mrs. GordonL. Seat of Jacksonville will bring! t Joe Peters Glass Co.
.. The students at Melrose had a j the message the first and second
: ') i :/. N".ht Dinner fcf; sent to the American Bible Soiety. again after a stay in Bap- I Peterson of Arlington. While
i .- i in Jacksonville. Mrs. holiday last Wednesday Veterans'Day. days and Rev. Marvin Stedham NEED
:n '-' :1 i nnal! build- tilt Hospital \ there they attended the North I FOR ANY GLASS
: i .H j jIrs.. B. R. First Baptist Church News Pangborn is now able to go toi Many students attended the Florida Fair.Richard I both morning and evening messages 1% We Design Modern Store Fronts

", "k for Lake- I I A program on Korea was giverat i i Church on Sundays and attend Putnam County Fair. A school Eubanks of FSU. Tal- : on Nov. 22. The Gospel Just Mail Us A Pattern for
bus was provided to take and Tones will sing.A .
d ;"< t to make a meeting of the Woman'!;;'other social functions. Wjassee:! was the weekend guestof Table Tops
bring students from the fair. .
> o '.1'? Tviy master :Missionary Union of the Fir;, ; We are happy, and a bit envious Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Eubanks. mass meeting will be held '

.:;' -> -;,i-d regret Baptist Church on Tuesday morn. [I to see the Everett Foxs driving vytr7yyvyyyf vftrvIhLMVTEY Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Thursday. Nov. 19, at Air Park 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353

leaving our mg. Nov. 10 at the Church. Mrs. .around in a brand new 1960. Che- sums visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Daptist Church. Everyone is urged ..

Dr. '. C. Holt, pastorwords ; Roy Chasteen was in charge. Participating I:I violet. Margie Hall and Gladys Tomlinson in New' River on Sun- .to attend so that we can win the

; of ap- were Mr.Ted OglesbyMrs. i Tillis say they are going to start \ attendance banner. Those who I

h'nor'd sutsts. J. R. Smith. Mrs. Leamor II L is i bakery. dy Mrs. Joyce T. Putchau4. day.Mr.. and and Mrs. Eugene Pear- need transportation should meet LOCAL MANAGER FOR

"I.i! nricl nil nti! "ural ''ard. Mrs. C- M. FunderburkeMrs Nice to see Mrs. Agnes Detweiler son attended the North Florida ar. the church at 7 p. m.
Mrs.V. i i I TV the other day. She is the ...AAAAAAAAA..AAAAAMrs. Friday. Those Rev. Orvill
> f.-i'in Dr W"ld] : Floyd Gilrie. and en Fair in Jacksonville on visiting ? '

-. .. ..... -- ------ !executive secretary for the Arthritis Spurgeon Massey 1 nee i Mrs. Lula Mae Mosley and son 'Brookins at the ho'pital'l're! Mr.

I Association: in Jacksonville.The Bradley I was given a bridal cf Clay Hill spent the weekend and Mrs. Rex Brookins of Cocoa. Jim Walter Corp.

.- i With bright new beauty LeBlancs will be moving shower by Mrs. D. B. Thomas, Mrs. with Mrs. S. C. Griffis and family. ,Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges of A- ''

outside end famous Dear into their new Keystone Club Carl Griffis and Mrs. E. L. Massey Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and mcricus, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. I

*", \\1 E. V born engineering inside, I Estates home this week. at the home of Mrs. Griffis Mr. and :Mrs. Johnny Agair and :Ray Brookins of Beaufort, S. C. '

a this new Regency puts Dear. j i Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Lawton recently :on Thursday evening. Interesting daughter visited Mrs. Margaret i Mrs Gladys Williams and son I, "World's] Largest Home Builders"

,. born even further ahead I from Illinois are occupying games were played and delicious Aaair in a Savannah Hospital on i of Jacksonville visited Mr. and |

among gas area heaters. I the Wally Muhlhofer home on refreshments were served to the Sunday. i Mrs. Jeff Smith," Sunday. j

keview Drive. Mr. Lawton is a twenty three guests which included Robert Lee of Green Cove I Mrs. Bessie Davis of Middleburg WILL BE IN STARKE.

t tW I retired ceramic designer. Originally Mrs. W. B. McKinney and Sr-rings visited the Otis Brewers and Mrs. Verble Harrell have |

N Trend-Sefling Da 'JEVV Exclusive Control from England they have also I Mrs. A. Q. Smith of Starke. on Sunday. trenisiting relatives in Missouri I
sign.! ; Years ahead! Styled by Center. Complete comfort i lived in Brunswick. Ga. i Mr. andoIl's.\ O. J. Anders had Miss Carolyn Crews spent the two weeks. i
control at your fingertip. Set i I and Mrs. Mark- .
guests MrsVickey Sanders and weekend with Mr. I
c i'-ading indvsliia! designer it...forget it. TYTTTTTYYTYTYTTTTYYTTYTTRISING az I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green and
Hill. i
Mrs. Emory Johns of Middleburg. iee and family in Clay ;
!i daughter. Martha, and son Edward -
Mrs. Hester Hicks and Mrs The Allan Harts and Mrs. Nancy
NEW I owe ifu! 'Glen Shuford and son visited Mr. Keisited Mr. and Mrs. D. E. ., Doyce Griffis and Gerald STARKE HARDWARE CO.
I Gainey have been visiting Mr. and I
Tiermo Thrust ana Mrs. Griffin Hodges in Jacksonville Wise in Bell on Sunday.
'MrsLyie Blow of Orlando
j t -.rter. Trus!* the I By Mrs. Gordon JonesuALLALA..u..uu.a. on Friday.Mr. I II Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. the, reekend. i; 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00( P.M.
i :.TTI air far out j and Mrs. Leslie Phillips Marvin Rosier were Mr. and Mrs.J. .
!" tl, eror I I Edward Green of Rhode Island *
t cfi
e rorm I ... a id sons of Callahan spent Sunday i II Thompson of Jacksonville.Mr. I. I
{: '"ve M.p, O. J. and I and Mrs. Harry Wilkerson I II
with Mrs.
Philips I For Call .
Mr and Mrs. Edward Norman Appointments
i t to i.vi the Sir I :.
Norman of Danny.S. i and daughter and Mrs. Katie Padgo Lawson and Johns who outlined Ii i
visited Mrs. Maggie
< IJrre.
I' Gainesville Sunday and were very H. Thompson of Lake Butler ;t visited Mr. and Mrs. James i the duties of the School Board. JACKSONVILLE EV 7.1141 Collector
--Anww I' of Jacksonville I Pjdgeti in Jacksonville on Sun- Hostesses for the '
hIPPY to find her improved from and Marvin Thompson I : evening were
f'.;trVCecoratorT a I her recent illness. visited Mr. and Mrs. Troy d:>l. :Mesdames W. F. Moore, R. W. I STARKE -- WO 4-5311

,: Becjty, from Bennett on Sunday.Mr. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. :Mosley. Jimmy Crawford and Miss ;

f?CM op. Prac- I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higgin- D. G. Wilkerson' were Mr. and Enza Blanchard. I "If /A 11 Quality flame I
j and Mrs. Gordon Jones and
loo.eosy botham and daughter" Maxville; Mrs. Donald Ballentine and family We are extremely proud that I
'j. c'an under. ,... I daughter Carols were Mr. and //x A Jim 'Waller{ Home"
were Sunday guests of Mrs. Daisy and Herman Pringle, of Jack- ,one of our girls. Miss Ruby Lee i ,
Mrs. Herbert Norman and chil-
1 "A.%:...,.,., :: Starling.Mr. sonville. IJ nnson. daughter of Mr. and ;
"% I
t < ,dren of Oklawaha. Mr. and Mrs. OTHER OFFICES:
fv Coppertone Finish. tighter-' 1 and Mrs. L. S. Tanner were Guests, at the PTA meeting on Mrs. Shirley Johnson, was chosen
(.:.Icr -in keeping with the trend away i i'Piurman Jones and sons of Lady in Jacksonville on Thursday fora I Tuesday evening were Supt. Morgan Homecoming Queen at the Tornado OCALA; GAINESVILLE PALATKADON'T !
Lake and Mr. and Mrs.
i .c; dark, bulky f arniture.SLADE I visit with 'Mr. and Mrs. Bill and board members Starling, Twirl on Thursday evening
j Norman.
I I Zack and daughter. I ..
i Mr. and Mrs.. Albert Norman
: Stork Shower
baa family of Mulberry visited recipient i .
1, : Mrs. Cedric Rosier was
< :: h?re and in Gainesville during the '
eAS AREA HEATERS of many beautiful gifts at

V 1 weekend. a shower given for her bv: Mrs. T

i Members of this community extend F. Gaskins Mrs. J. B. Gaskins LET

I sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. E. rnd Mrs. Arvis Kirkland at th?

GAS COMPANY I L. Crawford in the loss of their home of Mrs. T. F. Gaskins or .

i son Herbert of Jacksonville. Tuesday evening. About twenty

i :Mrs.: Jessie Ricks and son visit- 'guests helped make this an en-
i : I.ne WO 4-3531 Starke Fla. led I I her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Bar- jovable evening for Mrs. Rosier.

u.-, -i lies, Sunday evening. I Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. Mrs. Harold

__ -__ __ n_________ ____ Norman and daughter and Mrs
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.. .. : Hubert Crawford in Jacksonville .c

... . I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fre<

Moore on Sunday were Mr. and

*$:_1858 ever Vz ir-iiliaa mere !It I I Mrs. Bruce Boyer of Tampa and
and Mrs. David Boyer and
..Fitrila faIRies have switched,becauseTHERE'S son of Ocala- MOSS

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Normal

and family attended a surprise

birthday dinner for Mrs. Norman'p.lI'ents

Ii I Mr. and Mrs. Carlos, Ro

slier in Raiford on Sunday.
NO % MATCH!! JIm Godwin of Maxville spenSunday

with his son-in-law an<
FOR I daughter: Mr. and Mrs. Harold

,41s ELECTRIC F. .1! I Eunice.
,sCv : I Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse an
0 visited Mr. and Mrs,
t / i. i ar' Thomas Webb and Mr. and Mn
WATER Guarantee
e Cheaper
j ti (' Shorty Stuckey in Jacksonville or Z p

C-: HEATING 3 3L Sunday.Mr.: and. Mrs. Nelson Blocker '
r f 3.1 TO KaL' : Far Than
1 aiy and overnight sons of Lake guests City of were Mrs Fri ;:ii'rt 1 By

_. Blocker's mother, Mrs. A- H. Har
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.ORE EFFICIENT 95 Oflt fd'z:
"t l-y. Pulling
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Noiseless, sealed-in heat for all Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Johnsov

the piping hot water you want ., in thE .M'
t.-\ Saturday
and family spent
any time 24 hours a day. .. i I Si rub- With One : Exp&tt ; It(t Out By

with a Modern Automatic Electric .. I Guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W

Water Heater. .Roberts during the weekend wen .

}- 1 jMr-i and Mrs. Charles Tatum, 01: Spraying Hand
s 3 .Fort Walton Beach and Mrs TREE fPRAYINfJ

Safe as an electric light bulb. j I Pearl Whitnel. Deland.

Does away with pilot lights. Onlyan i Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton and

Electric Water Heater offers 'Mrs.' Selma Eunice guests during -

homeless safety and is always I the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ja FREE INSPECTIONS AND ESTIMATES

cool to touch. 14 L' 1e.nd family of Deland ant

Eunice of Valdosta.
!! I Jimmy
MORE CONVENIENT i Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmart;
-' I
Space-saving, compact, fully- i i and Floyd Denmark of JacksOn- ..
automatic. Select the model you !ii; .vile spent Sunday with Mrs. Lois MBMHMM vn* i '

want- counter top, square, or f 'Cpr and sons. .

round. Install it anywhere and "-,---------....... L""':"l Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barrorj !
'See electric V j' Heilbl'onniSit d Mr and Mrs (!1\;
forget it, because an Electric ( your ii I'I'c ;
appliance dealer ,I S. Campbell and the L. C. Kings! FLORID
Water Heater eliminates the need .... l iI
for venting. or plumber-," ",",_ on Sunday.
; Mrs. L- H. Hill and Mrs.

in Lake
I CLEANERFlamefcss Harley visited relatives

electric water heater 'Q O City on Sunday.Mr. r
t and Mrs. O. K. Hundley anc
keeps your home cooler as well as t
of Raiford visited the H,
cleaner. free from soot and offensive =:S I family Pest Control
odors, too. & i- B.: Hague family on Sunday.Mr. .

) and Mrs. J- F. Pope and .

MORE ECONOMICAL a :family of Jacksonville and Mr,

It's cheaper to go all-electric in ; I and Mrs. Pete Pope of Nichols AND CHEMICAL: CO. I
spent; Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
--')Uf kitchen-laundry: than to use

XHTsbinaticn. of services. \ = ;:James Johnson and family. 224 N. Temple Ave. Phone WO ".tsu.-Starke: Fla.
I | Charles Sapp visited :Mr. and

e ', Mrs. Harry Hagan in Jacksonville

s.,. hrE IE1TE1 n- A ton Sunday.
i E. M. Futch had Sunday
Mrs. as
guests Mr. and Mrs. Dave Putnej.
: 1.- .t. ,of Jacksonville. '

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i-. ,:.:. "d, : '_':;--==-s-: r'-"- L.ff: T j Mrs. Milton Clark in Macclenny


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By Mi*. Harvey McCarthy I TWIN: I

...........y ..y YYYYY.' A TURKEY

Howdy Neighbors and congra- ,
tulations to Miss Ruby Lee John- i ...
son,,who was crowned Homecoming -
Queen at the Tornado Whirl 'f

Thursday evening. Miss Johnsonis ,
the'daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Shirley Johnson. She received her KM Ji. ,
crown from last year's Homecoming -

former Queen Miss Mrs.Linda Glen Gaskins.Norman Both the \ I

ot these lovely ladies are friendsof For THANKSGIVING: Dinner
them.ours and we are very proud of

Everyone enjoyed the delightful '
41 i+ _. .
bridal shower given at the attractive A '
0'# a '-JII> ,' .
home of Mr. and Mrs. .
Carter Saturday evening honoringMiss }
Sandra Carmichael (see social -
page. Miss Carmichael daughter IIiH..* ... I
of Mrs. Delores Carmichael '" .. --
t: .
and the late Clyde Carmichael M
will wed St. Clair Harley Jr. son .
wil wed St. Clair Harley Jr., son ) .
Read The Rules .
of Mr.,ahd Mrs. S. C. Harley Sr., How To Win
on Thanksgiving Day, November
26. at 5 HL, in the Heilbronn -
Baptist Church.p- Any.reader of the Telegraph is r > Each space b.low.r.pr..nt.. --- .

My mother, Mrs. Maude Mott. eligible to enter this contest, :{ : :Er r some prominent business firmor I''
Harvey, our sons and I will at- ; person of this city. Take the
tend the wedding of my nephew lied the first two persons submitting i: scrambled letters and arrange I
Johnny Mac Weldon and Miss them to spell the firm name cor- I
Sara Elizabeth Watford Friday the correct or nearest
; wl rectly. Then write a brief ar
evening, in the Immanuel Baptist
Church at Tallahassee. Miss Wat- correct answers will be awarded ticle on the subject "What
: Thanksgiving Means To Me." .. _
of ,
ford Is the charming daughter ) -
r big fatturkeys: for Thank 'v : h--. ;: ... .
Do .
Mr. and Mrs. Hilery Watford. .,, t not exceed 100 words. It is 'J : -;;
Johnny Mac is the son of Mr. and ing. e > ... "i F. permissable to use this advertisement
Mrs. M- E. [Eddie] Weldon anda r.f/ <>*--'"* 5 ? j or a separate sheet of
former student of Bradford High Winners'of Turkology Contests >*cf4-: paper for the answers. Win
SchooLOur .. ners will be notified by mail and
deepest sympathy is extended in the previous 5 years will not \ $ .4 # turkeys will be presented Monday
to Mr. and Mrs. Artemis f-j-; -
W.Brown and family in the recent. be eligible for prizes in the current November 23. The correct
tragic death of their son, Phil. solution to the puzzles will be

We wish to thank each visitor contest. t .___ published in our next issue.
of Heilbronn Church who attendour .
services and hope they! will ., .. r

come often. If you want to visitor '. 1 .
<< become a part of a country -
church with good preaching, sing- ,
ing and fellowship then Heilbronn
is the place for you. Rev. Otis T.
Joes, Pastor and all of us extendto

be you with and us yours on Sundays an invitation and for to \\GIVEN

mid-week Wednesday last Wednesday prayer evenings.meetings evening Rememberthe on of 2 TURKEYS : A WAY Start NOW

j- .i
the month is Family Night. At ';
which time meetings of the WMS. _
Brotherhood and Auxiliaries will .
be held. So women bring the men -4 i icr'tfImris
and both of you bring the kids! .
Weekend guests of Mr.and Mrs.E. .
C. (Ernie] Johns were their gstpot&fh h cnateowussatiaerorotetsse easkhrdrawceatro.
son and daughter-in-law Mr. and

Mrs. Morris Johns and family of .

Jacksonville. .
Saturday overnight guests of ._ _'U__..
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carter were .
Rev. and Mrs. Otis T. Jones and .
daughter Patricia of O'Brien. mrsmceagderoeeryatkadtwr& lespaeerntd'sakbtasrdomertupeyfsparhrtm'sle weidovsrcnlreigtree .
My mother Mrs. Maude Mott .
will not return with us after my
nephew's wedding. She will visit
for a week in Tallahassee with
her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. M. E. Weldon and family l I
returning home Nov. 28. \ almprboenmapctkub.os estraobni'eovndesseaeorimtgsc
Mr.\ and Mrs.Frank Norman and *
children. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Norman -
and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar,,
Reddish visited in Jacksonville \ .
Sonday with Mr. and Mrs. Nor
man's oldest son and wife, Mr.
and Mrs. Clinton Norman. od.uocutrerkiertskmaafnrnef ( ..' ya.nhlculswiar.engccane tardrfiolliteaeisewayjDemirlw
y .
Miss Marilyn Cox of the Uni-
versity at Gainesville visited her
mother Mrs. Lois Cox during the
weekend. -
Mrs. Lillie Gordon of Jackson-
ville visiting her son-in-law and
daughter,Mr. and Mrs. L. C.Sapp housetcrkgord .
and sons. bvrirogttbioasc'nesweisn .
Mr.\ and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and
daughters Joyce and Judy, visit-
ed Sunday in Lake City with Mr.
Morgan's brother's wife Mrs. .
Nancy Morgan who is a patient '
in Lakeshore Hospital there. We rej.scsrnypipeuatdblsjkuV nhsaucefasor'dtinrioetsstvsrdda clioesicviexteriscs .
wish her a speedy recovery.
Very glad to report that our beloved .- .
Mrs. Carmichael is improving .
and may be able to cone
home from Alachua County Hospital -
in Gainesville this week. Let .
= '
us continue to pray'in her behalf ooganmetardycerlnkwrsa T : : ,: -. tomatoesrlrlrwgei : I
and for her son. LeRoy who nsgaoouasee'elstl .
is ill and for all others in sickness
and pain. 4 \ ., .
Also happy to advise that Clifford -

Rhoden son of Mr. and Mrs. + # .-
Freeman Rhoden, was released
from Bradford County Hospital oiylsmgtycroe&mg rkentalvs .
Sunday morning. lyaejn.aersgknyohec yraenamudftnecig -' J.
Misses Edith and Rose Moore .
and their sister Mrs. Lois Cox. .'. .
Mrs. Neta Brown and son Howard
and Mrs. Tate Crosby attendedthe
funeral Saturday afternoon of I Ieobentsh
Herbert: Crawford, son of Mr; and
Mrs. Lawton Crawford. Services lnreaew&J .. aovtsa.aridkd.nret aolidefrpnotl&ceaoriomktcccsl I
were held in the Lynnwood .
Cruistian Church in Jacksonville. J "
May God comfort the Crawford .
family in their time of sorrow. 11
Mrs. Lois Cox reports that the .
Heilbronn Home DemonstrationClub }' \ II

met in her home last Thursday aohrrfuacpenyrmutnit I : .Jiipiiiwtgilebr.ejdrh cave-hletccteeyrn.opdrh.
afternoon. Miss Ross demon- : \

stration for the ladies was decor- .: ,>
alive: foods for Christmas holi-
days.To illustrate this, she served -
the guests a jello salad with floating -
cabbage and carrots. Other refreshments
including brownies weremYelg' 1 eenrycsoibsaitatv ihlgmecoyanapsp'sea. '

cookies punch and coffee, were \ ; I
served by the hostess.In '.t. =
.the way of club announcements .
there wil be no meeting or -
Christmas party in the month of I .
December. The place of the January gel'srargeaa" :

a later meeting date.will be announcedat : & jpilipncgs jn ae.aertrkscocp; I I

Well, guess that's all for this ,. .. .
time. May the good Lord: bless ,
you and you and especially you. L
bye JiO!.
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