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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 25, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
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Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Four Lose LivesCoroner's
Tornadoes Reject BidPalatka



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t. I Crystal Lake, between Starke: mad .otor. The youth said he saw
no For
: Keystone Heaghts, was the. ;harm in the request, but aftert Berry Bowl

: : scene: of a multiple tragedy last i t they started out on the lake one

Friday night when four male pa- j;vf the patients suddenly opened

tknts from Sunland Training'the throttle of the outboard .
f
mo- Y Palatka will be host team in I t made until after TP's game
Center in Gainesville drowned tor. This apparently
frightened
I t.ie Strawberry Bowl on Saturday.Dec. with Paxon Wednesday
wiiile on an overnight outing at1 one of the others nightPalatka
who
leaped to .
5, John Kopelousos. general has
a record of SL"ins
jV Camp Montgomery.A j!iiis feet, causing the boat to cap-
fifth patient was rescued from sae. chairman of the Elks Club sponsored and three losses during the cur-

the: lake by Jimmy Roach. 17- Yelling charity event announced 'tnt season. Their final game is
I and fighting to stay .Vicdne:day miht
against Green
1
of ,
year-old son the camp caretaker
above rtsteruay
water, the ;
patients thrashed Cove
i Springs. which should be a
;
who had taken the
five I around in the darkness and the Kopelousos said that Palatka's'robable I i 1 :Maroon victory. Terry Parker also
campers on an unauthorized boat Roach
riae after the group had bedded I grabbed youth him said one of them opponent will be Terry i iPatker j i had a 6-3 record prior to its game

i- choking him, and ( of Jacksonville although with Paxon
Wednesday
down for the night. They slippedout night.
pulling him
r I under water. Roach
I of their tents and walked almost I a definite announcement will not The signing of Palatka to be
.
managed to break
I his hold and
:a mile from the host team in the annual charity
r camp area came to
the
top and told
; t. at Montgomery to the boat dock the one of event here followed a rejection by
i patients, who was paralyzedon Pecans
on Crystal Lake. Bring he Bradford Tornadoes of a bid
one side, to hang on to the
to play in the local
A Bradford County coroner's I bowlThe

j-ay, empanelled last Saturday boat.Roach }Tomaooes also had an invitation
said he
WE ARE THANKFUL morning recessed after viewingthe the boys swimming\ saw weakly another and of 37 Cent AverageAn '' !rem the Jaycee Bowl at Jacksonville -

bodies in a Gainesville funeral helped Beach, which the squad evl-

;home, and will reconvene, probably fell his him father to shore what,had then ran to First Day Hunt | ''t'ntlv preferred to accept. Due
happened. -
next week to hear testimony before The average price of 37 cents a,[i to the small difference in the
that in this mixed-iip, jet-propelled, Beatnik- caretaker said he hurriedto ,ifers
crazy rendering a verdict. At pound, highest of the current < -S400 from the local bowl,

l besieged world of 1959; the Reverend J. L. Strickland The five patients ranging in jumped the lake into, turned another on boat the,lights and, Blanding w !I season was paid for 22.871 pounds I.I.I I and $600 from Jacksonville Beach

of Clay Hill still finds time to sit in the shade of a weath age from 15 to 31, stole from their went to the I of pecans sold at the third auction -i-Tornado Coach Lennard Register -
capsized Nets !
craft. Game LT .P
er-beaten shed, and read his family Bible tents unknown to the Sunland "Jimmy kept held Thursday, Nov. 19. at felt! due to expense of an out
yelling, and
!staff member in charge, and cf the boys hanging onto the boat one I, the Starke State Farmers Mark- of town trip. the team would net

walked to the shore of Crystal First deer of the season taken Q ;' ''i-L Growers realized a return of j" much from the Strawberry\
that there are others, like Reverend Strickland, who answered us until we were almost
Cowl
lake, where young Roach was to him," the caretaker said. I i from Camp Blanding last Saturday U t1fi ;, ;8.t>56.23 from the sale. offer and ruled out theJacksonville
still cling to the fundamental of old-time religion and When
fishing. They asked him to take they reached the boat the was shot by C. D. Baker '' + #. n The poundage and average price Beach trip. The squadwas
the trifdandtnJealUe in a changing world, althoughtheir them for a ride in his 12-foot''had] disappeared. boy !.ight] and his hunting partner ; ,z" y .rte paid for leading; varieties: given an opportunity to vote

number is becoming pitifully few skiff, powered by an outboard The last of the bodies was not CR.. Scoggins, pictured above Curtis-12,809 Ibs., 38 to 41I ';eir preference of playing in the
Berry Bowl or not playing at all.Th .
recovered until around 4 kinning-out: their 158-pound, six- r .. I I cents;
a. m.
... that Rev. Strickland, and others of his kind still impart Saturday.The mint prize. f 1F r. I Stuart-2,330 lbs, 37 to 41 P vote was 18 to 5 in favor of

something of their peace o: mind and soul to their fellow Denmark Buys dead were indentfied as Baker, an employe of the National I cents; rejecting the Elks' offer.
I Register said he felt the team
man. in spite' of 'the slings and arrows! of an outrageous 1 Noah Stanley, 18, of Apopka; guard maintenance shop at Seedlings-3,243 lbs, 33 to 34 i'
should favor the local bowl, if the
Blanding, also had the
distinction
fortune" that so often conquers those of little faith Charles Griffith 15, of Mount t cents; offers wer so that about as much
I, SR100 Property Dora; James Rewis, 31. of Jacksonville of taking the first deer from the Blend (mixed)- J,389 lbs, 322,
would be netted from a home
I Blanding when '
; and Thomas Elmore preserve it was to 40 cents.
on this uneasy Thank>ghing of 1959; we are thankful 21, opened for hunting some four rr, S3 me. He said that one factor in
of Marianna. Growers have sold a total of
for this "wilderness I the rejection of the Berry Bowl
and
all he tars
self-styled
preacher" Property transactions recordedin The rescue operation was .di- ago. 91,287 pounds of nuts at the three offers were so that about as muchr.L"

stand for. Though he and his kind are a fastvanishingtribe the county clerk's office during II ected by Ray Chance, Clay Coon- At right: Buddy Trawick, 8- auctions held so far this season, scheduled for Dec. 4. and that

their influence will remain long after their Bibles October totaled almost a half aj,|I ty director of Civilian Defense, yec1r-Q d son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack with gross revenue of $29.334.51.No football players could not report
,
are laid aside for the last tmc million dollars, with the transfer' 'with the assistance of the Keystone Trawick, seems well prepared for auction will be held this I'or basketball until after the first

of a block of frontage on State I'!' Heights Volunteer Fire Department Tnanksgiving with a 15-pound week due to the Thanksgiving':ame if they had to stay in train

Road 100 by Charley E. Johns to I I 1 and others. Also lasing wild turkey gobbler taken at Camp holiday. The next auction sale ing for a bowl game.

I S. G. Denmark for $30,000 leading I I part in the search were personnel Banding on the first day of hunting i will be held Dec. 3, but !buyers Kopelousos} said that the bid to

I the list in value. i of the sheriffs' offices of season- '.. 1 will be at the market daily fori Palatka and the opposing team

In Final GameTornadoes The property sold to Denmarklies Clay, Putnam, and Bradford Buddy's smile would have been i the convenience of growers who was $50Qeach.' to play inthe.local -..-

:: between Bay: .and Broadway ,Counties;. W. C. Jackman, ,area broader-.. .the. turkey- had been tfe not wish to wait.Hurricanes rcqvf1ttPIr'1J1aJ'1'l! will

on the north side of SR 100. It is i Wildlife officer; W. R.. Harvey, his"kill, but the gobbler was shot .aiso- ba given a banquet after the
AlmostHanded li Upset the south half of the block, in ;State Trooper with the Florida by Glenn' .Reddish and just borBy 11 a. m. Saturcay about 20 game-

which the Denmark 'Furniture I Highway Patrol; and the Jetty rowed for the picture. Buddy is turkeys two deer; and one wild |I Win Berry!: Bowl tickets, now on sale,
Jumpers, a skindiving from a full-fledged hunter, however, hog had been weighed out of the
Store building is located. The old group (t are $1 for adults and 50 cents for
By Green Cove In Tough 7-7 Tie Wm. Edwards home at one time I Jacksonville. I and_ has his own_permit_ Eiandtng preserve. i I Touch FootballHurricanes .-tudents. At the gate they will be

stood on part of the property, Sunland is primarily a school S1.25 and 75 cents.

which is now vacant.. I I for retarded children, but many,Negro SentencedOn ,Hillendahls Play came out on top of Kopelousos said that Palatka

The Bradford Tornadoes closed for the needed yardage and score. Denmark said the property w asoi,', its patients have grown to Assault Count; Leads In 'Our Town' the touch football season with =hculd draw a good gate here,

out their 1959 football season last I downing ran the extra point that !bought with a view to future expansion adulthood and are still maintained four wins, one loss and one tie, although attendance would prob-
One Case Dismissed
Friday night with one of the hard ended the scoring for the night, of the furniture store, there. The school takes its Mr and Mrs. Louis Hillendahl, with the Tornadoes a close second ably not be as great as if the

est fought contests of the year, and made the game a 7-7 tie. although; he has no definite plansat "scout" group on a camping trip former residents! of Starke and with four wins\ and two losses.In Tornadoes were playing.
I O. J. Aarons. ,
Negro pleaded
playing Clay High of Green Cove In second quarter Clay High was this time. three or four times a year. guilty. to assault and "battery in, members of the First :Methodist the final game of the season I

Springs to a disappointing 7-7 tie. determined to score and moved Other sizable transactions during The camp caretaker said the I Church of Starke. will play lead- the Tornadoes beat the Tigers ViolationsTo
Parking
court last
lake he County Judge's Friday I
that
The game proved to be a well- the :ball down to Bradford's 12- the month included the saleo was off-limits, and ing roles in Thornton Wilder's'Our 16-0, setting the second place spot ,j
and sentenced to six months
snatcheft contest with all of the yard line before the Tornado defense the J. E. Wall home at 337 N.,explained the boundaries to the was ''I Town" when it is producedNov. 1 for themselves. I Get AttentionOf

scoring being done in the first stiffened and took posses- Walnut St. to Gladys W. Harrington I I goup when they came in about 5 in jail.charged Aarons with had assault previouslybeen with intent 39-21 at Scarritt College for A safety led off the scoring in '( Starke Police

quarter of play and tight defensive sion of the ball( on downs. for $13,900: p. m. Friday. Christian Workers in Nashville, the first quarter when Jimmy
to murder Cicero
Bradford Sheriff's Leggett
ball predominating for the Bradford threatened to score in C. H. Quick home on McMahonSt. The County Term. Moore caught Emmett Akridge in ordinances be
City parking
Department yesterday received a another Negro, of Lincoln City.
rest of the game. the third period and moved the to E. P. Renner for $10,500; Mr. and :Mrs. Hillendahl and tie end zone. Calvin Varnes ran than
enforced
( more strictly they
letter from Dr. C. H. Carter, Medical After hearing witnesses in the
The Tornadoes started their ball all the way down to the i M. M. Smith home in Saratoga their two rhiWren!! will sail in Jan-.28 yards for the first TD and then have been in recent weeks, ac-
Director of Sunland Training case, Judge T. A. Yawn permitted
vaunted offensive attack moving Green Cove one-yard line before Heights to Dr. James E. Moseley uary 1P30! : as missionaries to!passed to Steve Tilley for the extra to instructions received
Center expressing gratitude "for Aarons to plead guilty to the 'cording:;
early. taking the opening kickoff. losing the ball on a fumble. Clay for $12,000; assistance in the unfortunate lesser Africa tinder the Board of Missions -, point in the second quarter. !patrolmen Monday from Mayor

and scoring the first time they. High quickly moved the ball out S. E. Kennedy of Lake Geneva your [Continued On Page 61 I The charge. of the Methodist Church.I The Tigers held the Tornadoes ,\v. T. Jackson and Police Chief

had the ball Quarterback Tan- of dangerous territory on runningplays 40 acres, more or less, north of case against Leroy Lyons' They are at present completing:scoreless in the 3rd with Akridge |jRuey Sweat.

and Little Lake Santa Fe, to ThomasF. .Negro, charged with assault with their missionary orientation at' and Steve Hewett both intercepting :
a
ner led his team to score in seven punt.In | The 11 parking violations which
plays, including a pass to end the last quarter Starke had Roberts of Lake Park, Fla. for 'intent to kill Edward Jones, Law- Searntt College.Kef01 passes. In the final quarter vigil be enforced include: parking

f, Tom Clark that carried to the possession of the ball and crossed $6,000; I tey Negro, was dismissed by e 1 leaving Starke to enter Frank Goolsby passed to Varnes ;lovtrtime in limited time zone;

Clay one-yard line. After two attempts the mid-field stripe to the Clay Bradford County Board of Pub- Judge Yawn after hearing testi- training as a missionary, Mr. Hill fur a 42 yard gain and a TD; ':parking; in space reserved for'lcial

Into the line Tanner kept 44 before losing the ball on an hc Instruction 35.6 acres comprising rr "t mony from nine witnesses. endahl was employed here by the Varnes then passed to Tilley for- i i.: purpose such as loading

the tall sneak and minutes property on which the duPont Company.Football the extra point. !zone parking safety
on a plungedinto other costly fumble with five | ; opposite
the end zone for the score. remaining in the game. Heilbronn School was formerly located Junior Basketball Final Standings for the season I!one: : parking in no parking zone;

Dowling added the PAT on a The next five minutes proved to H. C. Edwards for Teams Are PlannedTeams BanquetSet ale: j,parking too far from curb; parking -
$2,400
placement and Starke led 7-0 to toe a spine-tingling period for ; Wins Losses Ties left side to curb; parking

with 7 minutes left in the first both sides as a hard driving Clay Lewis B. Earls to Harold H.! are being organized this For Dec. 17th Hurricanes 4 1 1 :;within 10 feet of fire plug; par-
I Hoenicke, buildings and property I
Tornadoes 4 2 Oj I
hammered stub I iallcl parking where law
period. offense against a I week for boys and girls basketball requires
on U. S. 301 South for $11,500
;
Clay took the kickoff, but born :Tornado defense all the way, and saale of Green Oaks Restaurant in the fifth and sixth grades Coach Spurgeon Cherry, head Tigers 2 2 2 ::diagona: parking, and vice versa;

quarterback Mel Bryan could return down to the one-foot line with 13 by Hoenicke to Earls fofr' and for the boys in the fourth of the Intramural Athletics De- Wildcats 0 5 1 ,i parkin? to obstruct sidewalk, al-

it no further than his own seconds remaining in the game. I I gn.de. partment at the University of i F?y. or driveway; and leaving ve'lide -
$10,000.D. narid3.ill be guest speaker at Camera Club Notice !t unattended while motor is .
15-yard line. Bryan called on Downing who I Plans are for the teams to
R- Devrick to Howard C- 1
the annual Booster Club
banquetfor
From here the Green Cove lads hit into the center of the line. For I practice once each week and play !1 running.
Edwards of
lost no time in getting into Brad- a second it appeared that he had and Emory Engle I one game a week. the Tornado football squad oa The Camera Club will meet at| Parking with left side to curb,
Dade County, property on Bedford -, 1, Thursday night, Dec. 17. the Chamber of Commerce Building

ford called on scored and the Green Cove fans All boys and girls where no parking Is permitted,
territory. Bryan interested
Lake. I
the officials $5,000. The event will be held in the on the first and third Mondays and obstructing sidewalk or driveway
who went wild. However should
contact
fullback Dave Hopson pickedup the
Willie E. Green to John J. Mc- City Recreation
huh school cafeteria starting at of each monthThe next; are the most frequent offenses.
24 yards through the Big Redline ruled that the attempt had failed Department.Sunwear. \
Neill, farm home and property, 6:30 o. m. meeting will be Dec. 7 Chief Sweat said.
then threw a 24 yard pass and placed the ball down on $9,000;

to end Ron Lesley to set upscoring a the one-yard line as the gameended. Gladys Harrington to Demery

opportunity on the Starke D Conner, property on N. Church

11. Bryan ran around left end Statistics wise the game provedto St.. $4.500; Seeber D. GoodmanAnnounces Plant
be as close as it appeared.
Lawrence Erhard to Nick Cal
Starke edged Clay in first downs bria and others, 30.43 acres including -

STRAWBERRY picking up 14 to Clay High's 13. home on Brooker road I

The Green Cove squad gained 226 just: off US 301, $9,000: In Operation .i,' -

BOWL yards rushing while allowing Bernice M. Gano to Billy Hannah For Commission Sr

Bradford 180. The Tornadoes seven lots in Brooker, $5,000;

December 5th completed three of six passes for E. W. Hayes to Maxie Carter I Seeber D. Goodman, local service I J. A. Tipple plant manager and J...
24 and Clay High completedone
yards Jr., lot in Bradford Heights subdivision station operator, announced :
Bradford ParkPALATKA out of six for 24 forelady Pauline Martin discuss
yards. new Blanding Road, $1- this week that he would be a candidate .
Tombo Smith was the leading first day's output in the new pilot
I for County Commissioner .
| I aground; gainer for Starke, grinding 500Arthur C. Chester to George from District Three (South plant of Florida Sunwear, which 4L i._

vs. ? 1SponSored | out 80 yards in 15 carries, Alvin.Harvey, Lots 4 and 5, Bed- Starkel.Mr. got in operation here last week.

By followed by Gardner with 28 yardsfor fcrd Oaks, $4.500. Goodman was born in Lake The Starke branch of the Miami
[ 7 carries. Dugger gained 27 Lot Ensey to J. L. Andrews 7.02 Butler in 1912 and moved to Star- firm :i
now has
15
Elks Lodge yards in 5 tries, Devore got 23 acres near new Southside Elemenbry 1te in 1930. He attended Bradford machines in operation -

in 7, and Tanner chipped in 22 School. $4,500; County Schools and has been In with 20 more ready to go f f_ ll :

yards in 4 attempts. Morris Nazworth to E. R. Ham the service station business since within the next few days. Around

This Space Contributed Defensive standouts wesmith. re mond, one acre on SR 100, $2300; being discharged from the Army 35 workers mostly women, are on

Tanner, and Crawford, Raiford W. Brannen to Willie Liter World War n. At presenthe the payroll now. Specializing in

Weekly to Publicize with Marion Cottle also turningin E. Green. $2,000; is serving as Commander of the ,
sportswear
plant here is
now
Fate Brown to Glenn Norman: ,
his best defensive performance American Legion Post 56-
Community Events by of the season. b:; of Highway 16 West, $1,800: Mr. Goodman is married to the turning out walking shorts.

THE Minnie C. Bessent to L. I K. former Eloise Pickren of Hampton, Algie Turner cutter, is seenworking '
COMMUNITY Coach Register commented that 1 i:
the Starke squad did not ,seem to,Whitehead, lot in Bradford and they have three children. at table at right. : : :

STATE BANK be "up for the contest, while Heights subdivision. $1,300; In making) his announcement, Sunwear's owner, SH.. Leslie i .
,
Ellen Saxon and T.. T. Johns to I Mr-, Goodman
the Green Cove Coach stated that: said that, if elected plans rapid>> expansion of the
OF STARKE Gladys I- Shaffer. $1,000. he would
the
his charges played their serve entire county Starke plant if suitable this week to close
"best arrangements negotiations for be employed.
i. t Transactions of less than $1,000) Gently
vacated
impartially and to the best of his I by Gay's Home Ap
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game of the season. are not listed. ability. can be made. He was here.the site of a future building, Manager Tipple said the pilot piiances. would be outgrown to

where around 100 ,workers, would I plant, located in the building re-

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TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA WEDNESDAY. ,",o\". !., 1939

.-+-o............_.. .._.......... .,.'... _'...,... I Mrs. L. Smith Sr. is recuperating -I I
I i i Mrs. S. E. Foy of Lake City was Mr. and Mrs. Inman Green and Authurine Blanchard. J.Jacksonville were Saturday guests) jests of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Wil ,j
i after surgery last Friday inS J visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Her- family are spending Thanksgivingwith Tuesday guests of Mrs. Georgia j, jl<: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye and kison.
iI "St. Vincent's Hospital. Visiting her long on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Manas- Ann Sapp were Mrs. Pete Burney ].mily.[ ,
iI !\ Rev E. C. Harvey of Jacksonville
f.lr weekend her ,
the were son "
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles DAffkeecf sa inGreen Cove.Springs.Mr. and daughter ,Everett _Burney of
Mr.
and and Mrs. Tom Norman and| Was the Tuesday evening
Pearce daughter
P6tddna&L5 I Robert S. Gainesville are spending the and Mrs. W. E. Fancher of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Burney's I I[
I :!rs. Mary Sellers and son Harry I' family of Macclenny spent Sunday)i guest of Mr. and Mrs Buster
long weekend with her parents; Birmingham Ala. spent the weekend mother of New Hampshire. ,with
Mrs.
Leonard .
Prevatt and Bennett.Mr. ,
of Brevard, N. C.
Sellers Jr.
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I
*lIre and Mrs. Carl Johns. with his parents Mr. and Mrs.P. We are .sorry ,to report that''' j family.Mr.[ .
I Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Stricklandand D. Fancher. Gene Eunice and Jimmy Tanner I and Mrs. Carl Beckett of
and family are spending Thursday \ and Mrs- Benny Wilkison Nova, Ohio visited Mr. and"Mrs.
d I son, Eddie, of Tallahasseewere Mr. and Mrs. R- W. Douville ale patients in Bradford County;, I \
('....-.. '" to Saturday in Lake City v.ith' and sons of Pensacola are spend- Hospital. Jimmy had the misfortune and family and Miss Gloria Wil- Milo Smith and Mr. and Mrs
------------------- weekend : j
guests of I
Sen. and
their parents Mr. and Mrs. H. Lj.I j.Tolbert j. 1son of Jacksonville were Sunday I I Paul Smith during the weekend.
ing the long weekend with her to injure his leg while .
1 Mrs. Charley Johns. -
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Lee and I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wingate of and Rev. and :Mrs. E. F.1'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Grider playing football at school on Fri- '
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Joiner of
children of Lakeland are spending !Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.il I
.the long weekend with her par-I on Perry of Lake Wales were Montgomery.Erma Wilburn of Louisville .:;Winter Garden and Emil Meyer of and family. -;.y. ,

ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. Mrs., Ga. and Mrs. Ethel Sn.ellI I Erooker are Thanksgiving day Benedict Finzer Jr. was in New Mr. and Mrs Dan Parrish of i FishAND

Sr. :; R. Moench. of Midvjlle. Ga. are guests ;guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Haas. York City from Friday to Sundayon Maxville visited Mrs. Hester Hicks. \1 'City
grove and the Glen Shufords
business. on Sunday.
Jerome Edwards and Judith I i I Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Stith and his week of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr. and I
Mr and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and
Mr. and Mrs- Harry Mooty and
daughters will be in
Cocoa -
Mtyers of FSU will spend the j(children! of Sanford are spending Moxley. Wednesday "I
daughter, Gerry Beth are spend- son of St. Augustine were weekend
Merrill Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs.L. Petunias to Sunday visiting Mrs. I
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Pansy Plants, Snapdragons MEAT MARKETPHONE
I John Anderson while their husbands ing Thanksgiving with their cons- guests of their parents. Mr. and i
Edwards. F. Dinkins. at I
Calendula
,I Hollyhocks, I ins, the St. Peter family, in Irs. P. L. Dinkins, and Mr. and
.. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Dawkins, i Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish are hunting.Bill "
Sistnrnks WO 9-1093
I Gaainesville. Mrs. Carl Carter. They returned'
D. C. Dawkins, Sr., and Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams I Green of the University of I 617 E. BROWNLEE ST. I
South Carolina will be home for by way of Jacksonville to get Miss STARKE, FLA.
kpawkins of Jacksonville were Saturday hand i daughter spent the weekendat will have as weekend guests Misses :: o&aa.aaaaaaaa.uaauau. Aael Dinkins from Riverside Hos- ,
OWNED
the AND OPERATED
of Mr. and Cedar Key. They were joinedO weekend. BY
evening guests :; Frances Landrum of
Mrs. W. H. Nollman. i Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Dolph South-irn University florida-I Mrs. C C. Mendoza and daughter rital who will be recuperating at I ERNEST ALLEN AND BILLY HARDENBROOK
:) their home for a short time. i
Reddish and family and Mr. and Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville .i LAWTEY
Extra Bobbin save time-Stock Landrum of Durham N. C., Mrs.J. I Mrs- J. L. Waters and J. S. ,
up with Singer Bobbins at Denmark :Mis. Jimmy Rowe and daughter.: F. Rodgers, and Mrs. Walter I spent Sunday with Mrs. i spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.:I Open All Day Thursday
r. J. Griffin-
Mrs. Lawrence Thompson and Ay Jin. Joyce T. iMtcbaaavVa..auuaaaaaaaa
Furniture Co. tf I Jacksonville.
of
Rogers Elmer Carter and Mr. and Mrs.
:
Mjr. and Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr.I I
m Miss Dolores :McKnight of Co- baby of Jacksonville spent thoi Mr. and Mrs. Riley Wasdin were I Louie Carter at Clay Hill. I I
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i i first of the week with Mr. and visiting and family will spend the long
%' :va Beach and Mr. and Mrs. J. J.Hoke in Gainesville Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Owens of I SUNNYLAND SMOKED BACON OR
i Mrs. Logan Baldwin.Mr. Wasdin and family. weekend with her mother, Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts
Warner
of Columbia, S. C. will be Mrs. Orlando were weekend guests of
and Mrs. Charles Godfreyof of Sarah Barton and family in i and family of Tallahassee I
"weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cowart spent Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Johnson and lb
feustis McKnight.Mrs. Jasper were weekend guests of Nocattee are spending Tuesdayto Atlanta, Ga. I the weekend. with his parents Mr. family.Mr. I WHITE BACON 19''

Harry K- Davis underwent her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Thursday with their daughter.I Mrs. Lex Green and son, Michael aid Mrs. G. W. Roberts. and Mrs. Wesley Wilkersonand I
j Jones and attended the FSUU.I Levi Whittle and family. i! left Tuesday for Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins visit-
surgery in the Alachua General Mis. family of Jacksonville spent !
P. game. daughter. -t Ala. to spend Thanksgiving with ed their daughter Miss Adel
Hospital on Sunday. I i, Mrs. Gladys Weldon and | Sunday with his parents, Mr. and I
Pansy Plants Petunias Snapdragons visiting Mr. and I IMiS. Lt. and Mrs. George W. BishopIII. Dinkins, in Riverside Hospital in
Attending the Associational Martha, are Mrs. Andrew Wilkerson. SMOKED OR FRESH
Hollyhocks Calendula at MrsGreen.. Michael and Mrs.' Jacksonville I
Floridaover on Tuesday.
C- M. Patrick in West .
Brotherhood Training Clinic at Guests of Mrand Mrs. Carl
'..rhc First Baptist Church in Waldo Sibtrunks the weekend. Bishop will leave Friday for sev- Mrs. Mike Futch and Floyd had Prevatt over the weekend were Mr. Ib
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Godwin Wells. Jr. ral weeks in St. Louis Mo. ,as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. PICNIC SHOULDERS 29c
were Rev. J. H. Mabry Jr. A. J. Mr- and Mrs. J. H. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and family
and son of Palatka are spendingthe M. C. Wells Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Orlando Dave Putney and family of Jacksonville -
Thomas, Sr., Neil Tucker. Norman I I and Mr. and Mrs. of Ocala and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. I
Willis and Jim Harden. I( long weekend with their parents spent the weekend with Mr. andMrs. spent the first of the week with ) and Lacy and Curtis Harvey Harper and family of Kingslay

Mr. and Mrs. Mack Williams, Wells, Sr. in Pensacola. her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Wendell Ray Starling of Lake. I :

I.and Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hall and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews: She was i Macclenny. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse Mike I i LB.

IMHMM M M HHM BBBB H and Mrs. W. E. Dowling and and Mrs. Bob Hess and family of accompanied home by her mother j Birthday Parties Charles and Shelia Norman and

;family will be Thanksgiving day Dunnellon are Thanksgiving guestsof Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green gave i,
I Rafuse attended
Miss Joan
open
guests of her parents. Mr. and Thomas. Mr.and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis of ,their granddaughter Cindy Bun- I
Mrs. R. A.
FloridaTheatre house at Jim Walters Openhouse I
Mrs. Roy Mathews in Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Art Seibert of I|Wilmington Dela- are spendingthe neil.a birthday party on her first
Jacksonville Sunday.
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Mrs. E. C. Morris and nephew. Jacksonville were Sunday after weekend with Col. and Mrs. T. j anniversary Nov. 12. Delicious :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vanzant and
Benny Saxon of Pompano Beach, noon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Leo T. Long while enroute to Cuba. relreshments were served to the with Hosea I
family spent Sunday
of F. will Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhard '
and Sue Morris of U. i ten guests present. i
.Champion-
in Yulee.
, be weekend guests of Mr. and Kenneth Tyus of FlOrida-SOuth-1 spent Tuesday and Wednesday of Lynn Bock, Randy and Penny Vanzant Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore had I
Mrs. S. G. Denmark. University is home for((:last week in St. Petersburg with Massey. Wayne and Keith Bennett I '
era us weekend guests Mr. and Mrs.S. NO LIMIT
Mr and Mrs. Henry Godwin will Thanksgiving. I relatives. and Marie Smith helped of''
D. Andrews and family
be with her mother Mrs Lola Spending the weekend at the Gro-Tone and Verta green for Joey Bennett celebrate his fifth Wildwood.Mr. I

SAT., NOV. 23 Johnson in Ocala on Thanksgiving. Noegel camp in the Scrub are flowers at Sistrunks. birthday anniversary at a party and Mrs. Hesse Reynoldsand I SOUTHERN, :MERITA OR TIP TOP Cello Wrapped
: Mr. and Mrs. S. Noegel and Mr.1 Mr. and :Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis of at the home of his grandmother, Mrand Mrs. Cecil Reynolds
Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Houpt are and f amilias -las Mrs. Hattie Darley. Joey's mother I
and Mrs. W. H. Noegel j Saturday evening dinner Mr-
: Baldwin
Sunday
spent with
attending a family reunion in Mr. and Mrs.. Mr. Mrs. Buster Bennett helpedcare v I 1 loaves for
of Starke, and guests and Mrs. J. O. Parker and Mrs. Jack Reynolds and Mrs. BREAD 29
Lakeland on Thanksgiving day. W. P. Joyce of Tallahassee. ,,rand, family, and U: D. Dyal. of for the guests. Lomie Mosley. I

i Jan Mundorff of Oglethorpe I Lt. CoL and Mrs. J. A. Griffin.Mr. .j i Hampton. Mr. and Mrs- George Tyre of Mrs. Mamie Faye McDaniel and

University, Ga. will be home for and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy I i Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Sr. Keystone Heights were Sunday daughter of LaGrange, Ga., and I -

the weekend. and Mrs. Kate Sheppard are and Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long will guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mr. and MrsJohnny Anderson : HALF OR WHOLE

Singer Sewing Machine Needlesat spending the long weekend at the I(attend the wedding of Miss Con- Hague and family.Mr. and family of Jacksonville spent
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Denmark Furniture Co. tf Griffin camp on Lake Kerr. I,I ne Carroll to William R. Hawk- and Mrs. Tom Tatum of Sunday with Mrs Nancy Kenie: '
.Y Al-C Russell Cosby of MacDill Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney I)I ins on Frdiay evening in Jackson- Palatka spent the weekend with mud the Allan Harts. PORK LOINS Ib 49c t

S y) AFB will spend the weekend with were visiting Mrs. J. G. Millicanj I jvilleMrs.. Long and Mrs. Slade their parents, Mr. and Mrs T. W. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Agair and i :

his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd in Palatka over the weekend. !will assist at the reception at the Tatum and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene daughter of Jacksonville visited'Mrs. 'I

a A r Crosby. Homan Strickland of Melbourne I I JTmuquana Country Club. Pearson.Mr. J. Norman and the Howard 'I
,. Bill Dayton and Keith Reeves weekend and H. M.. and Mrs. Walter Wilkisonsere
; was a guest j i Mrs. L. R. Moore of Riviera : Normans on Saturday. :
of U. of F. will spend the long Miami is spendingthis Beach in Jacksonville from Thursday I
j Strickland of I is spending several days Mrs Susie Padgett of Clay Hillviiited PORK CHOPS Ib
1 weekend in Washington D. C. week with Mr. and Mrs. F- ,[with Mrs. C. W. Register and Mr. until Sunday for a visit with her daughter. Mrs. Lavina: 59ci

I Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Boyd and W. Strickland. I and Mrs. H. A. Lawson. their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. :Martin Sunday. I i

r. sons of St. Petersburg and Paula Potting soil and fertilizer for Mr. and Mrs. M- L. Lawson and and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and family. Clarence Rosier of Palatka visitI I -

", tR "tl R and Janelle Dawkins of Jackson Africian Violets at Sistrunkx. I l mily attended the First Baptist Weekend guests of Mrs. John td his father. Britt Rosier and' ..
ville are weekend guests of Mr. and Shuford and Dave the Joe SUNNVLANDLARD
Mr. and Mrs. George Snell Church homecoming in Auburn- were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosier and
and Mrs W. H. Nollman. tmllyare spending the. weekend dale on Sunday. Siiuford family of St. Augustine
Mrs. J. B. Spencer-of Orlando.. with Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Price' Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Walker and Had'Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shuford family Mrs.- 'J.on.. D.Friday.. Davis and 4 lb bucket 69

land J. D. Wilkerson of Mayo are.1 in Atlanta Ga. :;(\11. Gene, of Savannah, Ga. were and children of Moore Haven. Jacksonville family of

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Cart-I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Duncan with spent the weekend
!ier, Jr. this week. family are spending Thanksgiving Ewell Lawson. amid family of Jacksonville spent Vernie Padgett and family.

Plus "Tno Little Indians""r Mrand\ Mrs. E. E. Cellon of with Mrs. W. H. Edwards and Mr. Armour fertilizer for garden Sunday with the Frank Cruce Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Keith of ,

Cartoon. Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. W. R. Ryster in Jack-' and field planting at Sistrunks.The family. "'"-

I L. Hair and daughter, Ann of Lake sonville.Mr. young people of the First Mrs. Les Prevatt and childrenof

.. SUN., MON.. TUES. City were Sunday visitors of Mrs. and Mrs. George Kaufmannwere Presbyterian church attended the the State Farm visited Mr. and ax e

Nov. 29, 30, Dec. 1 ,Annie Hollingsworth and daughter called to Chicago, Ill. last Fall rally of the Suwannee Pres- Mrs. J. B. Bradley and Mr. and

| Penny. Friday by the death of Mr. Kauf- bvterian Youth Fellowship in Willie Griffis Sunday.Mr. r

Mrs. Rene' Garcia returned to mann's father. I Gainesville on Sunday afternoon. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish

?0- mJlAlO'S-.1I l I her home at Camp Blanding last Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepardand had as guests during the weekendMr.

week from St. Vincent's Hospital Byrd, former Starke residents, daughter, Martha Jane of and Mrs. Harold Walling and IKOCH'S I

HOUND m Jacksonville where she was will be interested to hear that lake City, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. son and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pons

.s confined: for surgery. t'ey have moved from Hights- I Powell and son, John of Jacksonville and family of Tallahassee and _

Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Homosassawas town, N. J. to Tampa.Mr. were Sunday guests of Mrs.C Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dorman and

: DDS visiting her mother. Mrs. W. and Mrs. Earl Middleton of A. Knight.Mr. tons of Jacksonville.Miss .

x.y.aM. S. Slade, last Thursday.Mrs. Melbourne and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. and Mrs. Lex Green had as Elizabeth Terry and Mrs.

W. T. Saxon of Oakland Budd, Jr. and children of Jacksonville Sunday dinner guests, :Mr. and Joyce Futch visited Mrs. J. A. r .

MaN Park is spending the weekend with are Thanksgiving guestsof Mrs. Lex Green, Jr., and Mrs. Y. Etard and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy l
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her sister, Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton.Rev. A. Harris of Gainesville, and Lt. Howe and family of Baldwin Sunday PRE XMAS SPECIALS

.. CiN....tSeooe&IEPEOPHONIC COLOR. SOUND by OE LUxE Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ambrose of R. MacBlain attendedthe and Mrs. George W. Bishop, m i afternoon. -

Jacksonville are spending Thanksgiving funeral of Episcopal Dean of Montgomery, Ala. MrsMarion Tucker and chil-
4- with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. and Mrs. McGavin in Jacksonvillelast Mrs. Fr zier
;Plus -Gaspers Party" Shaw is having for 'iren of Jacksonville were Sunday
Birthday -
Wednesday.M. Thanksgiving day guests Lamar guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tes- USE OUR LAY-AWAY
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:. Winkler.ROSHA'S W. Lance was admitted to Shaw of the University of Georgia,

Bradford County Hospital on Miss Pat Beecher of Lyons, Ga., ton.Miss Enza Blanchard attended \

WED., THUR., FRI. Beauty Shop Monday with virus flu while Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett State PTA Convention in Jack-

Dec. 2. 3, 4 Raiford Road Lance is expected home Thursday loud family of Jacksonville. sonville on Wednesday and Thurs- AH Transistor ;

: For Appointment Phone from Fernandina Beach where Potting soil. Peat humas, Bed day. She spent the remainder of DOLLS DOLLS Record Player
she was confined with pneumonia.Mrs. mix at Sistrunks.
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I I dma Beach to be with her daughter -

Mrs. W. H. Burbank, jr., who RADIOS (;j:: Regular $17.95Value

Kind Of g ue birth to a son, John Lance
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Purchase any model of Singer Florida TheatreTHE
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Sewing Machine At Denmark
;.. 410 Ga. Also 22 Shells Furniture Co. tf Now $13.95Only $

i 2.i S i' SOPHIA LOREN 10% OFF First Garnie A. Brand, pastor of the .a
Baptist Church In Fitzgerald, $$22.50

/io/'TAB a J HUNTER, BEST BUY IN TOWN 3a.Mr.will and be Mrs.the guest Norman.next Willis weekof SATURDAY MORNING e I, COMPLETE LINE

4n. See Our Prices Before You I while conducting a revival at the:

-; H'o G'r J Buy! Madison Street Baptist Church.Mr. TIMEX I

and Mrs. Joe Martinez I 'j
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spending Thanksgiving with Mr. JL

'Cartoon. SERVICE STATION and Mrs. J. A. Martinez and fam- Free Show i; WATCHESRADIO

a Highway 301 -,NorthALVAREZ' iiy in Mandarin.Mrs. .

Barney McRae will leave 4.,

Saturday for St. Alba W. Va. $$9.95 up
m Men's\ Clothing
to spend several weeks with her REAL SIZE

il W STORE Established 1894 'L'L scn-in-law and daughter Mr. and 10:30 A.M. Mann Clock

Mis. AI Harley, Jr. CHILD DOLL

Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade JSr.

spent Sunday to Tuesday at Vero MM STALLION ELECTRICFrying
The perfect tribute toa 1 Beach. WAKE UP 19.9S

cherished memory Mr. and Mrs. Elden Mathews, This Was Blade\ Possible Through The Following Merchants WITH MUSIC!
Jr. are in Cordele Ga. with Mr. Pan
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Every funeral that we con and Mrs. Mathews Sr. for 24 IN. DOLL
Thanksgiving.Mrs. Reg. $39.95
duct is a source of sustaining MASTERS ELECTRICAL SERVICE
solace and spiritual inspiration I E. C.'Harden Jr. and son WHILE THEY LAST With Lid
of
Wewahitchka.
and Mrs. Irene
to the family. 1 Roberts of Palatka are guests of GEM JEWELRY Now 24.95

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas at CRAWFORD BROTHERS GULF SERVICE STATION 3.95 $6.95Thanksgiving
Hundreds of details are managed and economically : the Thomas camp in the Scrub

attended to that only a trained and carefni' over the weekend. SIMMONS' KOCH DRUGS --

organization can perform when the urgent need Mr.and Mrs. O. F. Siemer Sr.
for serving is at hand.DeWITT and granddaughter Belle CITY FISH AND MEAT MARKETJ
are
spending the long weekend with & J BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc. Day Will Be Open From 9-Jj0 l !

C. JONES Mr. and Mrs. A. E. DuPuis in

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE Hardeeville S. C. STARKE MOTOR PARTS

PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610 ter Mrs, Evelyn Clyde will Sinclair be guests and daugn-of Mr. NORMAN ELECTRICAL: SERVICE Koch

W. furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and accept and Mrs. Welby Griffin in Manchester Drug StorePhone

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Jo-Ann Bullard -k. BAPTIST CHURCH
.' Miss Hollingsworth {Rev. Garnie Brand I HOPE

1 Weds Mr. } r 17 mi. South of Starke on SR 1001
ThompsonIn Honored At Shower :To Conduct Revival
Sunday School. 10
a. nv: Morning

Jacksonville Miss Penny. Hollingsworth. :At Madison StreetRev. I Worship. 11 a- m.. Message by

I Rev. Samuel S. Cuthbert, The
The Tenth Street Baptist whose marriage to Harold Davis ,
>' r- Garnie Brand, pastor of Place of Blessing for You": Training -
Church of Jacksonville the
was trail be an event of Thanksgiving the Fin Baptist Church, Fitzgerald Union. 6:30 p. m.: Evening
L. sating for the marriage of Miss
'ti It afternoon, was the inspiration fora Ga.. will be guest evangelist 'I Worship 7:30 p. m. message: from
Jo-Ann Bullard daughter of Rev.
Gladys Mooty I love.'y! bnoal shower Saturday during revival services to be helda IV Book of Revelations "The Pro-
..1_ ,..' .. _._ ._.,_-----._ --- ... and Mrs. Elzie Bullard of Jackson- Y's. ... "
afternoon given by Misses LindaS ; the Madison Street Baptist ,pletic1P\\ of the Church Age
vine, to Johnnie Blaine Thomp-
Garden ClubReceives :!ith and Lynda Chapman at Church Nov. 30. through Dec. 4. Wednesday Prayer meeting,
0.1. :son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivery B.
'Judd-Dryden Marriage Thompson of Law ley. The double '..,- the home of the latter in Saratoga Called to preach as a grown 7JO: p. m. with choir practice

Ideas Heights- young man. Rev. Brand is a na- follovmg-
'
!Is Announced /ins ceremony was performed by ,
Rev. Arrangements of fall flowers H'.e Georgian and has served Each Monday Joy Club for
Edward of
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Harvey pastor F
For Civic ProjectsCare %\xre used to advantage in decorating and after school.
I churches in various sections of boys girls
the Avenue
| Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Dryden Lanes Baptist Church, w
: for the occasion. The host-
that Plate. A respected leader m
win- ''of Silver Lake announce the mar- at 8 p. m. on Friday, Oct. 16. S
for the
of the garden tesses served coffee and tea and the Georgia Baptist Convention,
of their daughter Nancy A sunburst arrangement of
'riape
ter and Christmas arrangement 4 cake cookies and sandwiches 'if hay just returned from a South
'c.uolme white gladioli and ELECTKOLUXVacuums
to Millard Ray Judd. Jr.. giant mums against -
suggestions were presented on the M. R. Judd of background of .. I(I during! the party hours. American preaching mission. Along
son of Mr. and Mrs. ;' a greenery Waxers, Scrubbers,
at the Starke Garden II The hostesses presented the with a number of other Baptist
program Stdl kf>. The marriage! took place! and paims was used decorating I For Free Home Demonstration -
bude-elect with a salt and !enders. lie visited nearly all of
Club Monday evening. pepper
the altar of the church. Branched I
at noon Saturday, Nov. 14. in the II Call : darner. Local
shaker as a memento of the Cary
..laF oc- the mission stations in the Latin
Mrs. A. Russell Norman, program j Waldo Methodist; Church with the candelabra, with burning whit y ,
Sales
chairman, showed several cast soft glow the I casion. American countries on this tour Representative atW0
: .i.-tor. He,' Miller Newton offir tapers a over
ideas for Christmas arrangements ;.i 11117- ::teuing. Family pews were marked Twenty guests were invited to sxnsored by the Southern Baptist ,, 4-1263

with the assistance of Mrs. Jessie his I with satin bows centered with I[I this delightful affair. Convention agencyMr.. Brand isIw
Mr. Judd i is employed with
Young and also talked on care of sweetheart roses.; : foirner pastor of Norman Wil- -
lather in the tile contracting busi- lis cashier of the
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the garden for winter. Mrs. Clara :'inf-s. He and Mrs. Judd are residing M the guests assembled, Mrs. ; f(Study Course TaughtAt Community
Ltaman a Thanksgiving de- Charles Collins > ,:;tale Bank, and Mrs. Willis and
gave at the Nollman apaitments played nuptial ,I I 1st BaptistThe F

votional. 1 I.r. N. Cherry street.vaids. ::uric and accompanied Hilton f.nnily FAIe
: In announcing: the revival Rev.
Mrs. Norman also presided ov'rthe Hutchinson the soloist. book, "By All Means," one ,

meeting as first vice-presi- j I Vernon Johns served his nephewas of the Foreign Missions series, was J. II. Mabry. pastor of the Madison -
Street Church said that Rev.
di-nt in the absence of :Mrs. J. N. Mrs. J D. Doyle civic chairman, best man, and the ushers were ,i taught by :Miss Elizabeth Provence -

Hopkins. The Brooker Garden asked for suggestions on civic Glenn Norman of Starke and .",'- I '.,-' State Young People's secretary Brand nil! bring! to the people: of I SUN., MON. TUES.

Club has invited three membersof aidenniR. projects for the coming Azure Johns of Jacksonville. of Jacksonville, the I this immunity the products of Nov. 29. 30 Dec. 1
during
the executive committee to b" :year and several plans are being I The bride was given in marriage WMU hisi;t experiences, plus the
Study Course at the First BATTLE FLAME
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.1 wealth of consecrated Christian
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a
her father. She chose for her
judges at their Christmas lighting taken: under consideration.The : };/ # Baptist Church.
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contest on Dec 21 and to attend hostesses served a dessert wedding a lovely white Chantilly 1 lfe ani stewardship. Scott Brady, Elaine Edwards: and
The study began at 10 a.m., followed 10
Smnes scheduled for
their progressive dinner after- course during the social hour. I'lace gown over bridal satin. The t/ are Robert Blake
---- -- fitted bodice featured a sweetheart by a covered dish luncheonat a Jn. and 7:30 p. m. daily. The

neckline: decorated with clustersof +t se ? ,. k noon. Slides were shown of,nun-ery.' with expert care for in- : The Hangman

seed pearls and long length 1 m the Orient the Near East, Europe,j fame, will be open for each ser- Robert Taylor, Tina Louise, Fey.

lace sleeves. The voluminous, Africa, and Latin America. Mrs.I v,te. The recently installed pub- Parker and Jack Lord

:moped, floor length skirt ended L. D. Haines Mission Study chairman -!!:c address system will be used, I Ii J: Plus Color Cartoon

ir. a tiam- Her veil was held in reported around 50 present,i and persons desiring to record any

; 4--. including those from the NewRiver messaee may inquire regarding ;
pace by a double crown of seed WwU Thur. Dec. 2, 3
pearls: and she carried a small Association. fH'rn'llf'mpnfs.: the pastor said. j

white Bible topped with a bouquet 1 Jim Harden congregation song: Step Down To Terror

of white orchids: arranged on |Southside PTA ,I!ScadT of the church, has planned!j Colleen" Miller, Charles Drake

'* ; puffs and tied with valley lilies |!ia I nice selection of favorite song ('
that I Mister Rock and Roll
everyone likes to sing.
Her only ornament was a single 1 The Southside Elementary PTA I j
I '., Rey. Mabry issues a cordial in1 1 i Alan Freed
strand: of pearls, a gift of the meeting will be held Tuesday' Starring
--T f tessories and an orchid corsage. I Nude's aunt. served the wedding :;,vital ion to the public to share in] Plus Color Cartoon
11I g.oom. I evening, Dee. 1 at 8 o'clock in the '
4=== i Attending the bride as maid of After the ceremony a reception cnke. Miss Sandra Bullard, and J cfetorium. these services starting Monday,

tl, ( \ I honor was Miss Gloria Steven. wigs held in the church educationMiss Mary Crawford assisted Mrs }1O30.- I II Fri., Sat. Dee. -1. 5

Ii al building. The bride's table was Weaver with serving the punch. t to.erlaid l i
; riillll Her gown was pink chiffon over Social This Happy FeelingDebbie
i with a white cutwork Miss Billis Woolwine kept the:, SecurityA HIGHWAY CHAPEL ]
fin i-alin, and she carried a cascade'of : .
cloth and centered with aride's book i i' ASSEMBLE OF Cart
was and greeted guests. GOD Reynolds. Jurgwn
I pink carnations and puffs of J representative" of the Gainesville j
b d I nylon tulle. |It Itp.nk tiiree-tieied wedding cake, decorThe' bride is a 1959 graduate of; Sunday. School. 9:45 am..: anti John Savon
I ated with valley lilies and topped'Andiew: Jackson High Sodal Security" office will beat Morning Worship. 11 Evan- '
School in a. m.;
I Miss Carolyn Booth, and Miss | the courthouse in Starke at The Fighting SeabeesJohn
%: II with miniature bride and groom. Jacksonville and is employed at grustic: Service. 7:45: p. m.; Midweek :
I fr Smrley Brown bridesmaids, wore | 9:30 am: Friday. Nov. 27
,Around the base of the cake was iht; Federal Reserve Bank in Jack- for Prayer service Wednesday Wayne Snxan! ILryward
blue and mint green gowns, rej j, the
-- a ruffle of nylon tulle caught at onville. Mr. Thompson graduated purpose of conducting social 7:45 p. m. Invitations extended to i Pin 2 Color Cartoons2
ipectively. They both carried ;, j
'\-s I the center with valley lilies. Burn- ,from Bradford High School in security business. everyone. t-i '
..f ... white carnations tied with ribbons ito |I
I match their dresses. j ing white tapers stood at either| 1959 and is employed with the

j end of the table and an arranger r DuPont Company at Lnwtey.
Mrs. Bullard chose for hendaughter's I
RCA Victor Portable 4-Speed Manual I ment of valley lilies was used surAfter! a wedding trip to South

"Victrola. Ploy all your records everywhere treet length wedding dress with a blue matching crepe !{ rounding the punch bowl. I': F!.>rida. Mr. and Mrs. ThompsonMrs. NEW 1960

Rich "Golden Throat" tone. Featherweight Elizabeth W. \'er the are residing in Starke.
accessories and an orchid corsage j
tone arm. On-Off-Volume-Tone Mrs. Thompson. mother of the j 1 KELVINATORAUTOMATIC '

controls on cabinet. Lightweight metal case bridegroom wore a blue crepe :j I Miss Joan Furlong Surprise Shower

covered with washable vinyl. Can't be I Street length dress with black ac- Ii j Is Honor Guest ,For Mrs. Winkler

.. WASHER
i scratched-won't crack.In -- -
peel or gray,green I

\ or tan. Model 9EMP21. I At Two EventsMiss I Mrs. F- W. Graudon and Mrs. \

.*KA faadMnofk for retard pbyw 31.95 I IH. M. Hatcher, Jr. entertained at : with exclusive

t r .' FLORIDA Joan Furlong, popular''a dessert-bridge party and s>urpiise -

t \ Diide-elect. was honored at a lovely stork shower honoring Mrs. I'I TURBULENTWASHING

dinner party Thursday eveningof :' Wsnen Winkler at the Hatcher '' DEEP

I home on E. Call street Monday
last week given by Mrs. Max

STEREO i THEATRESun. Furlong and Miss Judy Dankel at j evening After. several progressions; of ,, ACTION

the home of the latter.
iI The 'bridge at the three tables. prizes Hereto iha ore K&znj action perfect fc*'
long dining table was coven 1

I ., Mon., Tues. d with a lace cloth and centered I were awarded. Gll fabric*-from dirty, grimy play doft Ito
The honoree received
I many KdTtnaio
And
Utmost imderthings!
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Stereo Beth "Vktrola"* I with a bride and arrangement -
r 4-Speaket' groom (
(lovely and iM-ful gifts from the I II Ii
4Ja and tift-Awoy' lid hove two 4-iodi Nov. 29, 30 Dec. Dec. 1 and clusters of yellow i guests. The hostesses presented'II give*you every other worth-wtSe feiea ""'

T speokerv Ploys the new jleree itcecdti cJiiy.saiuhemums: extending the "rJ> wefl. No other washea ere p: VHBSfcifc
} "1 r >x : "t oil your otber records, tod tt$4.. j J.erith a bottle warmer as a -...' :
l length of the table. Silver holders e lbsaswSalvhntoml
b fMRei !,memento of the occasion. :, s .' T.
j jI I had burning yellow tapers. Bridal _",,",r' .+.."tWt,1.t. 1l \

::....nu.... COMB an rr...
pace raids marked the seating I
.tai .nu-y/ jI I %i HOUND arrangement for the 18 guests.In .I Cub Scout Pack 70 | GET YOUR FREE KETCHUP CHSftilMR KOWI

the living room were attractive
aa .u.y r ,,i 5. I I Has Family Supper PRICES START AT $ 95SHEPHERD'S
Cal tctt '!Yf.:. .. Ur4r I I Ii1 DOS and arangements roses. of. yellow gladioli Jg9.

Cub Scout Pack 70 enjoyed a
hay-., as tic a x: ., 4 Thp hostesses were assisted in I
wd at I family supper Tuesday evening at
.serving by Mrs. N. S. Dankel! and I 1.
MAli the Methodist Fellowship Hall. RADIO & TV
Miss :Mary Dunkel of Waycross,
.tCjya.ScoPE The live dens each had their

,., COIOR,q of WxEr1Aroraosuc Ga.The on country store where they sold
to r Iw" hostesses presented the
4\\, .95SHEPHERD'S items they had made to raise
Phone WO
h'nioree with a piece of silver 4.6901 Starke Florida
money to buy their Christmas i ,
Plus Cartoon from her chosen pattern as a memento
presents for their parents.

of the occasion. Games were played during the ,
RADIO & TV
"Casper's Birthday Miss Furlong was also honoredat en'ningfollowing a basket: supper.


Starke, Fla. Party" moining a.lovely given"coffee"by Mrs.Saturday A. J. Leonard Conner Will OPEN FOR BUSINESS SATURDAY NOV. 28

homas Jr., Mrs. D. L. Thomas, ,
... -- Has Birthday Party I
and Mrs. Joe wood at the Thomas
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home on W. Lafayette street.I I
Leonard Conner celebrated his
The home was lovely for the occasion -
seventh birthday anniversary Saturday -
with arrangements of orchid -
and bronze chrysanthemumsand when his mother Mrs. Glen THE TOTEM POLE

Conner, took him and five friendsto
an artistic dried arrangement
appear on the Ranger Hal TV
j7 'U in front of a gold framed mirror.
program that morning in Jack-
The coffee table was attractive
1466 N. Temple Ave.
Starke
sonville. Fla.
with an imported cutwork cloth
After the show they went to
and centered with an arrangement
ujtu- tlue&t the home of Leonard's aunt Mrs.C. .
of white gladioli and yellow chrysanthemums Featuring
P. Nazworth. in Jacksonville J JI
flanked by yellowtapers
in silver holders. refreshments.. ,

J-I, Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. greeted I "Maine Made
Moccasins"
3,000 Pair!
guests at the door and presentedthem Woodman Circle -

to the receiving line com- I
; .'0.;00 of Mrs. J. W. Furlong.mother All members of the Supreme

of the bride-elect, the honoree, Forest Woodman Circle are urgedto INDIAN INDIAN

r a id Mrs. I* A. Canova, mother of attend the next business and I -z; ._ HANDCRAFT

:; -:-.-_... _:-::-:- -=r---_: tale bridegroomelect.Mrs. sccil meeting at the home of Mrs. I HANDMADE

: .. Edna Hutchinson pouredat Eula Conner on Monday, Nov. 30 fill Bead Work Pottery

the silver coffee service and at 7:30 p. m. ,
Baskets
n ra-- :Mis. N. S. Dankel assisted in serv- Fancy '

A ing.The UDC Will Meet Wood d Carvings etc.
(MAKE IDEAI
hostesses presented the GIFTS) ,
since the little group of Pilgrims landed It
honoree with a sauce spoon to W. T. Weeks chapter, U. D. C.will .
have millions [. from
Plymouth come 0 people
her chosen silver pattern as a me- ; meet Wednesday afternoon. !
many lands; and this Thanksgiving millions of memto of the occasion. Dec 2. at 3 o'clock at the homeof VERY COLORFUL POCKETBOOKS (Many Styles) -3.95

newcomers,new citizens,and na ve.bom Americans Forty guests were invited torll Mrs. L. A. Davis. t t

will join together in offering thanks to ten-thirty between to the eleven-thirty.appointed hours, Indian Style Turquoise Jewelry For Men and Women

God for the blessings He has poured on a free ., Executive BoardThe

and bountiful land. Officers ReelectedBy executive board of the Woodland Jewelry Made From The Forest


M OBSERVANCE OF THANKSGIVING DAY, OUR BANK Will LocalVCTU Thursday Starke Woman's aftemon.Club Dec.will 3, at meet 3:30: (FOR MEN AND WOMEN( )


.... MOT TRANSACT BUSINESS OH WURSDAY NOVMBI26. Officers of the local WCTU o'clock at the club house. DRIFTWOOD LAMPS UNUSUAL GIFTS & NOVELTIESWE

l
were le-elected at the regular
meeting held last Friday afternoon Girl Scout NoticeThere WELCOME( YOU AT

in the chapel of the Gospel
aber-I will be no regular meeting -
nacle. Fifteen members
FLORIDADANK of the Girl Scout Troop on
d(d during the meeting which
Thursday, Thanksgiving.They will
*:ss presided over by the president -i THE
meet at the usual time next week. TOTEM POLEOPEN
DANK AT STARKE Mis. Florence Hipple.
Out of town visitors included

eeTIOt416eoW. MHil lOUAl,BlWT MtWftAMCt,,"P. Mrs. Harry F. McGee missionaryto THE RIGHT ram for th

Mexico, and Mrs. C. E. Dibbleof '1'1100 wril. Come In and se. EVENINGS

, Penney Farmst.. .'. test;:your favorite ESTERBROOE:

I Fountain Pea. TELEGKAVH.


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editorialThe .
Rites Monday



Time And PlaceThe died home Mrs.Saturday on Annie Bessent Sophia morning Road Wood after at, her 82 an, Happy the home that's heated with '

upcoming annual banquet of our Starke- extended illness. G'r
Bradford County Chamber of Commerce wouldbe Mrs Wood was born Oct. 23. -
an opportune time to discos what should be 1077:: in Whitehunst. England and .
done and review what has been done toward lud resided in Starke for more
At
forming a local corporation to be used as an instrument than 40 jears- She took aery
for financing industrial buildings when acme part in the work of the :

;and if the need arises for such construction. first Methodist Church. of which / z.,:
hea." a member. and taught .
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Some efforts have been made along this line i 1-1 the Sunday School departmentfor
in recent months, but much remains to be done. more than 33 years. I

In the meanwhile, opportunities may be lost be- Surviving are her husband. Ar
thur Wood. and a Mm. Glen Wood,
cause nothing tangible has come out of all the Mrs. natu
bcth of Starke: one daughter. ,
talk that has been exchanged concerning this G.ace Obome. Houston Texas;

.; project in recent years. a sister. Mrs. Lillie White. Lon-
don England; and two grandsons. 1
The formation of a corporation of this kind held at '
Funeral services were
does not mean that the community would construct 3 p. m. Monday ui the First Me- \ ,

a building and present it, as a gift, to some thodist Church with the pastor. ._ _0,.
industrialist. It doe> mean that the corporation Rev H. O Boyette. officiating. "-- -

would build a structure to house::; a plant and that A-sistins: were two former Pastorsof
the industry that made use of it would payoff the church. Rev. Donald Koko- > .
the mcor. and Rev. J. L. Hill. Clean economical automatic. .
cost in monthly rent payments. After the Burial was in Crosby Lake ,
original cost is liquidated, the building would still under the direction of
Ometpry=
remain the property of stockholders in the cor- tteWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. afeguards health. keeps
poration. Active pallbearers were E. K. r every

P.iryman. T. T. Lon? Gilbert I. se
Because of tax considerations: many industrialists ; Sewell. W-' H.
Goldnre.: W. B.
are finding it to their advantage not to own Nollman. and G. Newcomb.. r corner toasty-warm.

the buildings in which they operate, but to pay

,rent which can be charged off for tax purpo>es. Rites WednesdayFor
This i is the trend, and itould be to Starke's advantage .
to get in position to follow the trend if Mrs. Sweeney,
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we are to attract new industry. Native Of HamptonMrs. v '-441! : '

Right now we have in town a pilot plant of a Edith May Sweeney 54, 4ilt.. .._'

well-known Miami manufacturing firm which foimeily of Hampton died Sun- .),.1-
would like to have a building constructed for its dy night at her home, 716 SE .t .i, .
use under such an arrangement. The plant is 4tn Ave in Gainesville, after an tia; ".S ar c
now set up in a small store building which "will extended l illness.

be outgrown In 60 days," according to its man- Mrs. Sweeney was born in ..
Hdmnton l on Jan. 24. 1905, the
ager. But the way things stand now, there is no
duushtrr! of the late J. V. and
group here- that is in }position to do anything First enc"e Nickels Jones. She was
about this present need, to say nothing of others 'hee"'idow of the late M. .CSweeney '.
that will undoubtedly arise in the future.It who died in 1940. Mrs. d" .'

Sneeney moved to Gainesville six
seems to us that the forthcoming Chamberof
years ago from Hampton. .. ..... ..
Commerce banquet would be a fine time and Surviving are three daughters: -': .
place to bring this problem home to the leadersof Alices Norma and Connie Sween-
the community and see what they want to do CV. and Mrs. Joan Hartley, all of
about it. Union County and Clay County have Gainesville: two sisters, Mrs.
C'.tude L. May. Hampton: and w
already formed development authorities. We "* y .k a ro
would hate to have it said that Bradford is less Mis. Marion Gnann. Macclenny. ..\.
uncial services were held at ..
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progressive than its good neighbors in any respect. .
. 2:30 pm. Wednesday in the ::1.." '
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Hampton Christian Church. of : '
she a member. Officiating ;M.., ..-. .-I.'.
which was
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were Rev. Carl Clark, .; P',:. :: _.- o. '="'; .
and Rev. Fred S- Dodd, -" .. =Y \' ;-
pastor i < }
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They Got The Message r-r ; 'f:
former pastor of the church. /. -.' w.ft.t.t... : :
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Burial was in Santa Fe Cemetery "
No matter ,what our. personal feeling concern- near Hampton with DeWitt $ c: :
ing the ocal1ed."T. \ quiz mess! ," events might C. Jones Funeral Home in charge ,i i.1' ?

ultimately prove that Charles Van Doren, the 3f arrangements. .. .. .....<.;., .
fallen intellectual idol, unwittingly performed a Active pallbearers were M. M. s>. .:. ,
great service to the nation. H,.tchett. Freeman Hall. M. M. > n '
Williams. Owen Simmons and. d y
He has made us painfully aware of the growing Him Hall.Presbyterian.

moral laxness that has pervaded every phase of ..
our culture\ ,. and if he has given us a new con- ChurchSunday ..,c-'

science, and a new desire to engage in a bit of
Church School, 9:45: 4
serious soul-searching his ordeal, painful as it ; ., .
a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m.. '
was, will have been worthwhile.One .
;',icst speaker Dr. F. Montgom-- ith
of the more disconcerting phases of the riy.: Youth Fellowship. 6 pm.. ; .- ;r ;vY This sinters going to be different!
7:30 ..
Worship. pm.
Evenina
quiz show rigging disclosures was the tendencyof "Lessons: in Prayer; the Posture For the first time, Floridians can enjoyAmerica's
some!: youngpeople, and oldsters too to shrug '
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c.! Prayer. ..; '\ .M most widely used home
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the; whole thing off with a casual l attitude that Wednesday -Mid-Week Prayer '
said what did it matter, anyway? the quiz Service. 7:30 p. m. -:':':; .;/ :heating fuel-natural gas. There'll be no

shows were good entertainment no laws were Thursday CommunicantsClass. ... _.: ': '}::" .. >*' :U more worries about sudden chilly spells .t

actually broken, and no one was hurt. Friday. Choir Practice. ," : ;...-:.; x...g. ML. ..x+.., and bogged-down fuel deliveries. Natural gas

The cleverest and most effective weapon a- _.>? ;/; :-r- is delivered continuously to your home...
gainst such an unthinking attitude was the one .,,:-; ..
:: you never run out,never have to reorder.It's .
employed by an American history instructor in a
Freehold, X. J. When some of his students de- r :-0r dependable, too...doesn't have to

clared they could see no harm in quiz show rig- WHENYou .: %c; ; be conserved or pampered to maintain full

ging, this disturbed teacher went to work. He heating efficiency, even in coldest weather.
made up an extremely hard history test and
hinted to nine students that he wouldn't mind if -..: .i': a

they looked at the answers lying on his desk. All
nine proceeded to do just that, without knowledgeof Y'F.M>. 'f+n4 So see your dealer now. You'll find a complete

the others. ,: : % selection, ranging from compact wall
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, After the test, in which the nine "informed" NEED ) .: ..,,.,_,. ,. > xq:+ and cabinet models for heating a single room,
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I students got perfect scores and all the others fail- ;:4!t :" j :-f1. : to large central units that will warm your
ed, the teacher told the class what he had done. ..' ... '' .
"' '. :". '.' ;',:.. r. : whole house.
The failing students all objected violently, of "" '", -i;:':: ,,,,, ,. _
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MONEYLOANS : :.:\ ., ,: : "
course, at the unfairness of the teacher's action.It .<, .
was hardly necessary for him to remind them I \
that the same principle of unfairness employedin .,

his test would apply equally as much to the 1L .
rigged TV shows. The students got, the message SEE US

when the teacher reminded them that he knewno

law that prohibited him from out the fl .. _
giving .h' >>: I
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answers to the favored nine.

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Now that the quiz investigations are concluded, R- -

attention is being directed to other practices that

are less than fair with the public. These include, "Look at the extra advantages of natural ?as home heating!"

of course, exaggerated and or false advertising

claims that induce the buyer to purchase a worth- r

less or near worthless product. Although television -
UP( TO
is perhaps the worst offender along this I 1 I .
line, it is by no means the only one newspapers -

and radio must also shoulder their share of I ..... ': f .-_-__...-.....
the blame when they fail to screen ads as carefully $600$ AIt z.-o:J1 .. :..:.::.'-. .
as they should and some false claim is allowed I'g '0.0 -- .,. .:'.: '-
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: '..: I I ; I IffY ':::;,: 0 -<':,'
to get through to the public.If I I I 81 I It ; .

what has happened to the quiz shows in geh- t I I I C1. : .-

eral and Mr. Van Doren in particular causes" the I I I I I 1 1 I I "..

owners of all mass media facilities to assume I I
"Folks Find UFriendly" nsr... COMPLETELY I t 'mi im cmcounoN. LESS HOUSE tlOIlIIl'I j MO GUMMY CIBSEEB I NO UNEXPECTED MICE CiitccoMimEiwrra!
(voluntary or otherwise) their full responsibilityto FlUIIU. Instant! heat I Natural gas provides I Natural gas bums up i 60RNERS.Atlea4blue ::1 I CUKES. Prices don't 'I III CGIDmG.... For
the public, this "whole mess." as President .l hotter flame for 1 eveohe.tiorverycor. t comptetely..nosJct: t I 1 (lama burns with no : fluctuate with the yur-'roind comforts

Eisenhower called it, will have fulfilled a worth- cold snaps.No I ner of the room. No I orgnme to soil curtains.walls.upr'Oistery.Yoa'H. t waste or odor. Units I weather or deml d. 1 throughout your homt,
while and historic purpose. LOCAL FINANCE *aste..you can easily! r drafts,no chilly floors. j I 'I I.: K long a:; j I There are no"hidden"costs l; natural lashutmjani!
adjust: up or dowi! witn I' save on cleaning bill: ; other types., ? ; : you pay only for I air cftditionifl, nrrS
tie! temperature.! I I llie fuel >'.\\1'" wed. I are a
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whereupon the beast grabbed it f f I' I' ,, ,. II ." -
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I from her, ate most of it, then Home Guy M. Padgett : iw Southeast of. tarke.:1.3 Le is ti? ,:j ., _
Out tossed the broomstick back to the J DemonstrationI Dies SuddenlyGuy cameo for himPresbyterians .. C lU'-l1!
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in
Starke .
terrified woman. feel very i. n. .-aio :'. '
{;!!I Notes i dose r : to Dr.
Of Finally in desperation the i, t .J Merlin Padgett, 71. of :Mi- Montgomery because C'ommg.WAYNE'S .
a
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Cnief had Constable Malley Jones SERVICE MEN I ." byDOROTHY ami died Monday night at the

I round up some Negro tramps and 1.J. :. ROSS home of a relative Willard Wynn,

T.hePast sort them out until he found 'one -:;... : t,1 Home in Starke. as the result of a heart
with circus experience. The plan Mrtei Sergeant John D. ElderJr. !: Demonstration Agent attack. CASHSUPERETTE I i

worked, and a darky who knew ., son of Mrs- Bessie B. Elder of Dooryard Fruit Plantings I and also food value to those who. Mr. Padgett was born in Inter-

elephants was found and was Staike. was recently assigned to Dooryard fruit plantings produce j serve themselves from it between 'lachen on July 13, 1888 and was
pressed into service as keeper of h:?: 2nd Armored Division at Fort : excellent fruit for home use ,meals! the M>n of the late Melton and
The Three !! he troublesome Hood Texas. A first sergeant in which In these Clarity Green He
Elephants : elephants. and many are evergreen November days a bowl Padgett. wasa
Battery A of i
The late H. E. Lagergren well Daily he took the beasts out to the division's 16th enhances the beauty of the home iof orange or red berry branches :: member: of the Church of God.
nown writer and for- sat under tree and Aitiltery Elder: entered the Armyn the at meal Mr. Padgett retired
Telegraph graze a pecan grounds and increases property times adds a holiday air. was a em- 1
t ner editor told an interestin? collected pennies from youngstersi ; 1937. value.Many For salad use lime gelatin, add I oloyee of the Florida Power & 671 MADISON: STREET

I'tory 25 years ago, and we repeatit i ranted to watch. Finally, ac- people have begun to ''small amount of finely grated !ljht! Co.. and at the time of his
here briefly as many no doubt coiding to Mr. Lagergren. the Army Specialist-4 Wayne E- l think about planting fruit trees .cabbage and carrot. Chill until death: was completing the con- WE GIVE FAMILY STAMPS
will, recall the time that "Starke aaiky "folded his tent like an Massey. son of Mr. and Mrs. A E. )n their place. December and |I finn. Do not stir. Let cabbage and :struction of a home on Bessent

fell heir to three elephants.As Aiab and sliently stole away" Massey of Lawtey, recently took January are the best months formaking i carrot remain on top. For Christ-I road in Starke. where he and his

Mr Lagergren tells it. this .carrying with him the three Unwanted p'it in the 30th Transportation plantings. The following imas you might make a Christmas :wife; planned to live during his Complete Line Fancy Groceries
Ca. in a large-scale
event took place during the cycle j elephants. No one was command ex.Ici.ce -vaneties of fruits and nuts which .tree by cutting ,the..,gelatin in a |retirement.
when all sorts of shows came to ciry to see them go-especially in Germany. An aircraft ate best adapted to our section arc ;tr-angle, and placing on bed of Besides his wife. Eva Prevatt Western and Native Meats
Starke. This one happened to be a the Chief the Sheriff, and the .nechanic in the company at Han- recommended by the Experiment i''lettuce. Add a one inch cube at Faagett. he is survived by one
smsll circus having as a main Mayor of Starke. dUo Geimany. Specialist Massey Station at the University of Flor- base. 'J I =011. Guy Merlin Padgett Jr. of Dozier Gay Paints
attraction three young elephants.Just entered the Army in September i1a. Sweet Potatoes KattTFor. Vitamins Miami; a brother. Curtis H. Pad
1 1957 and arrived '
as the show was about to Tventy-five years ago: overseas last Pecans Curtis and Stuart; Persimmons Sweet potatoes in plentiful I gett. Miami: a half brother. Call
February. He is 1957 TENDER j
pull up stakes the Sheriff levied Starke's new City Hall was be- a graduateof Tanenashi and Tamo- supply this fall. deserve attention I Padgett. Orlandit one sister. Mrs

upcn it for unpaid debts to a non- completed. BHS. pan ate seedless and set fruit ol family shoppers for their fruit i Mabel Reid. Miami: and a half CUBE STEAK lb.
re.;ident. The show people managed WPA workers were pouring side- without pollination; Fuyugaki is 'color: and flavor, and vitamin. 'i :;i.ter.lrs.. Lillie Brantley. Grandin. 69c
Pvt Willis L. Warren I
small animals Talks in Starke and son of values. .
to smuggle relayingtome seedy and should have a pollen |
Mrs. Etta Faye Gill of I
w.th; them when they left but the of the brick pavement. Farmers Starke. has producer nearby such as Gailey; i I Sweet potatoes of the Funeral services were set for LEAS
,)':'en assigned to Co. B, 50ft-flesh-I'
Ban.
16th i
elephants: i ''sd. 10 a. m. Thursday in the DeWitt
and patched tent were I were beginning to complain Pears Pineapple and Hood; Plums orange-yellow
Iclt behind. The animals had to !that "high" WPA wages were 4'h Training Regiment at Fort Excelsior: Figs, Celeste Brunswick 'an exceptionally high vitamin A I I C Jones Chapel with Rev. L. S. HM CHOPS lb 39c'
Jackson, S.
C. He will
fa i. but when the Sheriff was approached -j wooing farm labor away. receive ad- ind Brown Turkey, plant near value. An average-size 16 oz.' "Williams, pastor of the Church of
for feed for them he I I The Telegraph announced that -tnced training in the General edge of building where ground is 'ra-eet' potato supplies more than nod at Starke. officiating.

t :laid "Damn the elephants!" :Road 13 I mow U. S. 301] had been I Supply Course. .for. eight weeks. tool or multch heavily. !I twice the amount of vitamin A an i3urial will follow in the family
'I lb.
I The mayor was consulted but taken over as a Federal aid road Grapes Lake Emerald; Scuppernong adult needs daily. The vitamin A Tot in Paran Cemetery at Grand- SUPERIOR OLEO 16'
Pvt. William M. of
he passed the buck to the Coun- and "paving will begin soon probably Carter son Grapes Thomas James and value of most varieties increases j ::i
Mr. and Mrs. Milton D. Carter of
cl who in turn passed it on to E. I on the stretch between Yu- Flowers. Plant a male muscadine :i!daring the curing process and }
P. Duncan chairman of the Street ,lee and Callahan." 0 lit.: dvanced 2, Mal ke, individual received eight artillery weeks nearby for pollination; Satsuma '1'during the usual storage period. I:Dr. MontgomeryTo SMOKED BACON !in pieces! lb. 25 c

Committee who passed it on to i Farm prices had started to rise, Onari; Kumquat. Nagami. Mari>i i I Sweet potatoes also are a good I Speak SundayAt
training at the
Chief Silas Kite, who had no recourse j including the price of farm ani Artillery and Missile umi; Calamondin, this small yel- '!i!source of Vitamin C, particularlywhen
and had to "cheese it." He mals. A work horse averaged $71, Center, Fort Sill Okla. Carter !('w-or'ne fruit is shaped like a'' they are freshly harvestedor Presbyterian 3 lb jar
entered the Army last March PURE LARD
l lay awake nights trying to figure and a mule around $77. tangerine and has very acid pulp j soon after curing. One sweet 39c
*here the next meal for the elephants Elizabeth Hollingsworth won and completed basic training at the fruit can be used as a substitute potato of average size contains Dr. Edwin W. Montgomery of
was coming from, for each first prize of $1 for selling the ort Leonard Wood, Mo. He received lot limes and lemons. 'nearly half the amount of this 'L.-ike City will be the truest minister -

ate a $1.25 bale of hay a day. I most poppies on Poppy Day. Mary : training in the duties of''' Be sure all citrus you purchasefor vitamin needed daily. this Sunday morning at the SARDINES in Oil 3 cans 25'
a cannoneer ma 105 millimeter
Chief Kite had the bright idea Lucille Torode won second prizeof our section is on trifoliata ,I Soft-fleshed orangecolored First Presbyterian Church. Dr.
that the captive elephants were 75 cents, and Martile Heming- honvitzer section.Vlethodist 'jtock which is the most cold-hardy sweet potatoes have come to becalled Montgomery will also administerhe

i tally only domestic animals, and way third prize of 50 cents. Church I j understock. : yams to distinguish them i I ; Sacrament of Baptism to his
; .. SAFETY MATCHES 3boC825'TABLE
is' the city ordinance permitted Jewel thief Harry Sitamore es- Hints For Fmily Holiday Meals from the lighter yellow firmer i r.mdc'augliter Janet Marie :Montgomery : -

domestic animals at large he ;;caped from the State Prison by Sunday Church School 9:45a. Center family table with a bowlor fleshed varieties. Botanically yams j I ,
turned the elephants loose on the concealing himself under the hoodof m. Morning Worship and Jun- tray of oranges, apples and nnd sweet potatoes belon! to different Dr. Montgomery has been pastorrf

streets to graze. an outgoing truck.A i'ji Church, 11 a. m. Nursery provided nuts. Add color a festive touch classifications. !! I Ij rf Lake} First'; Presbyterian: Churchin SALT 5lbbag 19'
But the beasts caused a lot of robbery of the S. R. Johns for small children. Dine-A- City for 34 years. During I
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trouble ate a bunch of cane fishing store was thwarted when the Mite snack supper for MYF 6 j, St. Mark's Episcopal ''h-t nir" ho has been a leader ,,
I in
poles, raided !sound of cracking boards aroused Boy Scout work and the youth ORCHID
sugar can p. m- Youth Meetings 6:30: p. m. Rev. KavnH patches tore sweet potato members of the family in their .program of the PresbyterianC7nlrcli.
up I lb !
Evening Worship 7:30: p m. : bag 39
fic-lds: and kept the city in a con- nearby home. A colored man was :Monday Story Hour for the Sunday Services9:45 a..m"I'' RICE 3 : !
stant uproar. I found hidden under the store un- children 3:30 p. m. Circle One I Church School; 11:00 a.m.. In recognition of the outstanding -
One indigant housewife tried to ''der sheets of tin. and ing- Prayer and Sermon. work he has done with young
some promptly
meets at the of
home Mrs. L. A. I.
= SOIL OUR STDTII Communion First Sun- Color
cnase an elephant with a broom 1 carried off to jail.Strobe's Davis, 10 a. m. Holy : 1 ppoole. Camp :Montgomery the Dozier-Gay Super Any i
day. 11:00 a.m.; Thirl Sunday. I]Presbyterian I camp grounds and
-"---- Tuesday District Conference. '' Soil Conservation :-:30 am. :I ronfeTnce[ center located on Rt. LAST EX PAINT gallon $O.15 '
All day meeting. -- 4WI
Wednesday-7:00 Choir
p.m.
& Radio II |
Garage Shop N-E-W-S Symptoms of Distress from
Wednesday Circle Three will i j Practice; 7:4:" p.m Litany and Arising
meet at the home of Mrs. Gilbert By Bill Haas I Bible Study. STOMACH ULCERSDUE Dozier-Gay

WINTER SPECIAL Nt'wcomb 10 a. m. Prayer Meetin |. Soil Conservation Smlc EXCESS ACID I
?; 7:30 ;. m. ( CARD OF THANKS | I'
Pressure Flush Your Radiator Check Water Hose and Thw'dayChancel Choir re- The President of the United We wish to thank oui many QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST LASTEX PAINT quart 92c

Radiator Leaks One Gallon Prestone Anti-Freeze hearsal.! 7:30 p. m. Prayer Group Slates of America has proclaimed 'friend for their kind expressionsof Ask About l5-DoyriaJ Off.rf i
in Fellowship Hall 9:30: a. m.3T November 20-26 as National
All for $5.50 (Re:!. Price $6.35)). On Install Anti- Parm-City Week. This provides an sympathy, the flowers and -;>, Over fir minion TncLagra of the BEER any brand, ctn. of 6 $1 .39 :
Freeze $3.10 Per Gallon. Also Special on Brake w SC7tr+ importunity to emphasize effectively prayers during! the loss of our WILLARD TREATMENT have is eu.ld
:beloved husband, father son and for relief of symptoms distress arising from ,
our continuing responsibility Stomach and Duodenal Ufecre due to Ei-
Jobs.CORNER. rrother. Herbert W. Crawford.Jlrttrr .- ,
Less Acid-Poor Digestion Sour or Upset
: AND EDWARDS\ lor encouraging and developing C.. pnd Beverly Deanne Stomach, Canines. Heartburn Sleeplessness Until .'
S. ORANGE ST. ROAD .i' t 'i. .. atc I := helpful friendly, and:'understanding Crawford Mr. and Mrs. E. L. -Will.r<,rs etc.Menace",due t"buss wluca Acid.fully explain-k for I Open< 7 DAYS A WEEK
relationships between .
this home t..tmf'1ltfreeatKOCII
iCi'awfoid, and Thomas A. Craw-
ural and urban people. DRUG STORK
During this week we should reemphasize ,|foid. I MITCHELLS DRUG STORE OPEN flU OPEN
9-00
HELP WANTED WOMEN : such efforts to develop ,received for Otis Leach, H, B- Pey- KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: I 7:00 A.M.: 7:00 A.M.
mutual
appreciation between rural .ton S. G. Crews. Harry Green, BELOTE'S DRUG STORE
and urban people and their organ-
o aid Ben F- Hall. -
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izations. -
: These will be used to de-
SEWING MACHINE OPERATORSON I Attention should be called to maps

the problems of water shortage vciop conservation a complete farm soil plan.and water SEE IT! TRY IT!

THE .TOR TRAINING AGES 18-35 ONLY 'vater pollution and flood which
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I i f s r often have their origin on the : :
ONE WEEK PAID VACATION Ii .1 4r vs land-on the small watersheds. J. R. Wainwright used the Distiict's j
i grain drill to plant Argentine : .
HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL POLICY BENEFITS .1 End; ; These problems adversely affect Bahia and Florida Black Rye I j jon
i farm and city people alike. Team- I
his cropland.R.
work by rural and urban people
Applications Taken Daily 1:00 P.M. 4:00 P.M. will speed the solution of these L. Batten used the District's NEWEST
grain drill to plant rye grass ont r
common water problems.In .
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StX BRADFORD COUNTV r.iKGRAFM.; STARKE. FLORIDA WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23, 1M3

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Summer Day Camp Mrs. Newsome Dies er.aat..m.n.n. Green, son of Mr. and :Mrs. Clyde

Four Drown .Johns, who has the measles and Christmas

Set For Girl ScoutsAt At Home Here; liEILBRONN numps. Sell It Rent It Trade

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Kingsley Site Funeral My nephew and his new bride,
In Crystal Lake WednesdayMrs. Bj Mn. Harvey McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mac Weldon -

monthly Announcement board meeting was made of at the the I Eunice Stanford Newsome ................ ........ friends. and two of their young Parade WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

176. were our supper guests
widow of the late Green B.
Gateway Girl Scout Council that Howdy Neighbors
and a very
[Continued From Page U] j Saturday evening.Don't .
Newsome of Starke died at her
two five-day Camp sessions will
.leasant Thanksgiving Day is extended -
forget Tuesday Dec. 1, The second'annual night
accident which took place at Crystal be held next summer at the Coun- j residence here Monday afternoon to you and yours. hill be time for the elementaryPTA Christmas parade will be held Friday -L.\MiIFno OI'Pf.\Y ___ 11.25 Per lark ..,,.. Issertlo
illness.
!cil's newly acquired day and troop after a lingering We again invite.you to attend ,IJ a PJ'A tNCH FOB S1ME 4D RF.pF.\TEn O\F. OR MORE TTMKtAHI
Lake Camp last weekend and i I Mrs. Newsome was born in Tupelo to meet in the elementary Dec. 4th at 7 p. ml: in down-
resulted in the drowning of four tamping site on Kingsley Lake m the services of Heilbronn Church. cafeteria.. town Starke. Robert Mclntire. : )! OF TH.'Mi Ii p T. H Wards) __ 1614
i! the Blanding reservation. A special ; I Miss, on Oct. 12, 1886, and Fine preaching by Pastor, Rev. OVER SO WORD ---__ ._ 4 >.!. Per Wert
(f our boys. Mr. and :Mrs. Darby Gaskins'attrnc"tive Chamber of Commerce manager
I: had resided in Starke for 40
i I over
; pioneer session is planned for Otis T. Jones
every Sunday and
"Your services came at a time home was the setting sid yesterday that church and
advanced Year around years- Wednesday :O"iMS r.\RPOKT. BATH Renod.ling. Fnrm;>hfd House for Rent on Silver
when we were in real need of help I,, campers. Surviving are two daughters.Ion evenings for the for hamburger-fry honoring their civic floats should be registered at No m<>n"T down. Finance I Lake Inquire at Greyhound Bus!
:slop camping will be encouraged. |mid-week prayer meetings. Come ralT.V fan TTO I-H. 123n: Station.
icrp
tfchff
family and friends
!!
and it would be difficult to express Mrs. Russell S. McRae and Mrs. Saturday even- once at the chamber office. Any

jllSt' how much it meant to us. I. For the some 100 girls and adults Robert A. Barrett both of Starke; I bear: our preacher,and Join in the ing. Everyone attending had a float: is welcome that carries out WE HAVE a new loan program for DEAN HIIODKX NURSERY HOME
i in Scouting in those partsof : congregational songs, plus special farmers. Loans of I to t year
The efficiency of your departmentwas i ITO Newsome.. wonderful time. The Christmas Story" theme ti->od Care for your child. Fair
Jesse E.
sons for the entire credit requirements -
very obvious and we feel ,I Bradford Clay Alachua, and ,:Starke. and Perry Newsome Swit- Pinging by our talented young peo- Be planning now to attend our without commercialism.Mr. of the fainter and his fam I. Rate Licenced. Phone WO 4-J031: ,
Putnam Counties which make up ple. You come once and will 11J6 X. Thompson St. tfchg.
I we ily. Gainesville i-roductfon Cred't
that Bradford County can indeed : zprfand, Fla.; one brother, Henry' |Christmas program at Heilbronn McIntire saicr that most Association CO north Main I Ir
the Melrose-Keystone neighborhood try hard' to make
be justified in being proud of this ,'K.! Stanford, New Smyrna Beach; I I very you want Church. Will give you more information Starke retail stores will remain n lne"Tllle. Fla. tfch" r f.ARfE STORAGE SPACE ForTVO
. the announcement is of to return and "
soon. r."t { "n C-ilU! 1trhlt
department, Dr. Carter said. : 11 next week. open during the parade for the
nine and
grandchildren great
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special interest because the camp :: I The attractive home of Mr. and RADIOS REPAIRED
Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish\: 'I grandchildren. I convenience of early Christmas AH Hakea AU K.4.I FOR CALK
said that the rescue work at the site is so conveniently located.I'I'I I Funeral services were held at 3''I Mrs. Jimmie Lee was the setting -...yyyyyyyy..y..yY1NORTH r-hoppers. UftMaable Ckarcea pan.teel. Ready mix concrete, concrete block,
fine'example I'I Complete information as to dates'. for a Chicken Supper social for HKPHERD'9 RADIO TV I cones. fence' post! sand cement,
scene of the accident was a Wednesday in the DeWittC. !.... lOr.... Owter Motar mix, rock: steel oyster! shell,
[p.
of cooperation between ,and fees will appear in camp the Young People's Class Satur- SIDEBy At The ill K. Call IIIf. Pb '.e WO 4-4W01 Limf'rock.-Pbont' "'04': :l. Brad.
;: with Rev. L. D. TabernacleWeekend
the sheriff's departments of Brad-j I folders which will be distributedto Jones Chapel cay evening. Everyone present enjoyed I Starke.! Fla. j ford Engineering Co. tfchg
of the First Baptist
'' the girls and their parents in Haines pastor party games and the delicious -
fcrd. Clay and Putnam Counties C.iurch. officiating. Burial was in Mrs. John Cowart services at the Gospel COI.ONf.tT. FLORIST ron" SALE 14' Borum Coat. 33lip. :
'the spring. supper. Only F. T. D. Florist in Electric Johnson Motor and
the Civil Defense I
Clay County
Day Camp gives a Brownie Girl the family plot in Kingsley Lake Mr. and Mrs..Raymond Reddingand Tabernacle started Friday night Flowers wired any pia..... Flow.nI Starke.l Catnr Trailer. Jimmy GalkinlcRt..
Keystone Heights Volunteer Fire Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones'I 4ud.A.aewa.a..Lu with Missionary pictures of the for all occasions locally. I :2 Box 9:: Stark tfchg
Scout Senior Scout i children
or of Wildwood I
j i an opport- I ( are
WO St.
4-62M.::! 506 Kona
and Department the! Florida and Highway Rescue Patrol.Squad i,I'unity to enjoy an actual camp !I Funeral Home in charge of ar- :visiting with Mr. Redding's parents Rev. J. D. Kesterson brought newest state Hawaii shown by __ _East________tfchg__ II I j I FOR SAKE Sweet Potatoes. $:
t
experience over a period of time I rangements. I.I I I. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Red- ;he messages at both morning and Rev. Walter Oleson of Oklahoma. FOR RENT: -Furnished apart- : per bu at farm. 1's miles X. of 100n
He:! expressed gratitude for the I Active pallbearers were her I Pictures were also shown of Guatemala ment.. Reasonable rates. Near ') FayicM Highway.: Lucian Con
without being away from home I II ding. evening services at North Side '
provided shopping renter. Phnnp.0 ner.' tf hgMen's
equipment and personnel 9-101II
j i ioernightThe camp fees are kept I';. grandsons: Morris Williams, Bob I| Miss Marilyn Cox of the Uni- Baptist Church Sunday. We were by missionaries. Dr. and rr WO 4-5134: or call at :13 S. ,
b:; adjoining counties althoughthe Jimmie McRae John' Mrs. Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co.
: McRae McGee.
tragic accident actually occurred -|I to a minimum, and the time away by versity of Florida'spent the week- glad to have Brother Cowart backin Office.tfchg
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responsi-:from home does not prevent a :,:Mack Newsome, Wayne McRae cud with'her mother. Mrs. Lois church after his recent illness. Sunday morning services were Leather t
in and the
was fill from taking part in other and Julian McRae.Hercules Cox. She and :her, brother Pearson Brother Carl Brown has been in charge of Dr. Harry McGee, l tl
bility of Bradford County. i i I 1 substituting for him in while the sponsor spoke at the HASTINGS MATTRESS HALF SOLES
summer activities with her family also a student at the University Sunday ,

i so camping becomes possible Building will be' home for Thanks- School.A: Gideon service at the State Pri- & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

Week Of Prayer I[!for more girls. !I giving., Teachers and Officers meeting ')n. I 1.50 up

Scheduled By WMU [ While day camping at the Entered Again Mr. and Mrs. Wilmont Brown's will I be held Friday at 7. p m. The Tuesday evening service 710 Lemon St. Talatka

I I [Those attending the last was one of Thanksgiving and Furniture Repaired, Upholstered
Kingsley site will be limited too I Powder Co. nephew J. B. Stewart of Madison. meetingwere
Hercules plant
The Week of Prayer for Foreign !' >stricts in the council located The Alton Road was broken into returned home Sunday after [.i Mr. and Mrs. Othma Norman praise. The program included & Refinished, Men's Rubber
on
Missions will be observed at the;!i,nearest to it, the pioneer camp spending two weeks with the Mrs. Rita Tilly, Mrs. Irene solos, duets and other special MATTRESSES REBUILT
again last Friday night,. the second 'I. ..
First Baptist Church starting November -I|Period and troop camping will be time in less than a week. Brown family. Odom and Mrs. Orene Cowart.. numbers. At the close of the service New Innerspringsand HEELS cUp

30 and continuing through|I]!open to all qualified girls and I I Weekend guests of Mr. and A Week of Prayer will begin a shower of gifts was pre- Box Springs
to that seven
Dec. 4. The theme will be. "0,:':troop camping will be open to all Several days prior Mrs. Charlie Burnett were their Monday, Nov. 30. A Tuesday 10:30a. sented to the missionary visitors. Drop Us a Card or Call
I
and truck were enter-
God, We Pray for All Mankind.I i qualified girls and troops in the buildings a I son-in-law: and daughter. Mr. and m. meeting will be followed bya Dr.and Mrs. McGee who are occupying PALATKA

:Meeting: times will be as follows -'Gateway Girl Scout Council which I Iucludes ed on the Hercules property and Mrs- Curtis Kidd and children of covered dish luncheon at the the Phophet's Room. EA 5.9166 Extra !
'I I around 400 feet of dynamite fuse STARKE \VO 4- m Special
: Monday, Tuesday Thursday,i iI : Columbia Baker, Union Jacksonville. church. Other meetings will be
I SIRS.
and Friday at 9:30: a.m.; Wednesday -I I Duval Clay and Putnam Counties stolen.In Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. announced later. MAYOR'S COURT PEGGY SMALLER, Starke,
break-in.
the latest nothingwas
at 7:30 ; and Darts of adjoining counties. L. Reddish were Mr. and Mrs. Plans for Christmas programare Agent HALF SOLES and
: p. m. during reg- Assistant Police .
taken as
ular Prayer Meetng service. The I, "Morris Solott of Jacksonville. being made. tfchg

program will ,be in charge of Mrs.i L PTO REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS I\TF.\TIOV NAME Chief Ashley Brown arrived on Visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. C- Sapp Members of the Junior and A- The'following cases were handled -

M. F. Hazen chairman. Xothv is hereby: given that thenmlrrsigned. the scene in time to chase a family is Mrs. SaWs father; dult choirs will practice Wednes- in Mayor's Court Monday HEELS 2.00 u"
land
prayer I under the provisions of would-foe thief from the premises.Ira .4 I Gordon of Douglas Ga. Mr. day at 7 p- m. morning: LAUGH IIOMK

f Chapter 20,953: Laws of Florida Allen, who has a garage across Gordon arrived Sunday morningand Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. Arthur Broughton. public in- FORLECoJonialtype house,
W. C. U. Arts of 1941, will register with the 4 bedrooms, living rm., family rm.,
ICl-ik.... of the Circuit Court in and I the street from the plant will visit for a week or more sad Mrs. Johnny Cowart were Mr. toxication $27.50 bond forfeited; dining rm, sun parlor located A. STARKE'SSHOE

"WOULD YOU LIKE TO MEETA ''I;recpipt f F-ratiford of proof C"urtv of publication Florida upon of I gave the alarm when he saw alight nth his daughter and family..' :and Mrs. Harry Bleasdale 3rd. Leland Lee Waters public intoxication close Walnut to St.business, choice residential I-e<<'tion. !!schools area ,

DRINKING DRIVER ON YOUR this notice the firtitious name of i, come on in one of the build- Weekend guest''of Mr. and Mrs. and children and Mrs. Harry $27-50 bond forfeited; churches. Lot extends depth of entire REPAIRING
City Taxi under which I am enKag- said lock on a back Bleasdale Leland Lee block. Will sell partly famished I
SIDE OF TilE ROAD I ings. Brown a R. L. Morgan and daughters was Sr. of Miami. Waters disorderly
ed in business at R49 X. Temple if desired. Contact Mrs. H.
THEN WilY SUPPORT THE I I Ave.. Ptarke. Fla. door was broken.In their niece. Miss 'Faye Morgan of We are sorry to report that conduct $27.50 bond forfeited; B. McLendon. 3029 Westchester.owner! Orlando 123 S. Walnut St..

'I I Felton Smith X. Orange St. other action. Inman Mrs. Carl Brown Gimcrsinda Valle reckless Fla, or inquire Bradford ,
TRAFFIC THAT PRODUCES I'i' Starke Fla. sole ownrr.Prttrd police Jacksonville. is on our sick ,. driving County Telegraph. tfcbg Across from Park Theatre
HIM?" this 2Sth day of November Green, owner of Shepherd's Radio Mr. .and Mrs. Cornelius' Moore list- $27.50 bond forfeited;

[THE NATIONAL VOICE] I'I County A. I>. 1939 Florida.:; at Starke. Bradford I and TV reported that someone and Mr. and Mrs./.. C. Simmons Jessie B. Tyson, running a stop For RENT: -Unfurnished!! small I

11 26 4t 1217SHOP! threw a rock through one of his visited Sunday with Mrs. Moore's Workers Named ,Ign. $12.50 bond forfeited: :321 house Temple at rear Ave.of store Contact building Mrs.at !i] lower FOR floor nEXT apartments-I bedroom Desirable furnished location .

plate glass windows sometime Friday -and Mrs. Simmon's brother and Sam Hicks, disorderly conduct, Maude Mott at McCarthy's Garage, Close in. Reasonable rent

night. wife, Mr and Mrs. Williard Judd, For Farm CensusLocal $37.50 bond forfeited; ;5 miles on Raiford Rd. tfchg W. li NoIIman, S10 X. Cherry St

Sweat said their in the Ocala Scrub. Wesley Thomas tfchgFUR
Police Chief Riley I at camp farm census takers, Ed- driving while EVENING CLASSES for adults. All
the rock apparently was thrown Mrs. R: L Morgan visited' in license is revoked, '$27.50 bond subjects. Credit if wanted. Write SALE Modren. concrete
ward
'A. Hall, Elizabeth S. Andrews Director Box i, block house. 2 bedrooms,
IIJO.
SHOP Jacksonville with her liister- forfeited; Starke. or call garage.
from a car.Around. \ Julia T, Griffis, Ruby J. WO -5071, or visit Adult Educa-I! white sand beach. Phone Keystone!
!aw, Mrs. Nancy/Morgan, who' is Ivory Hall disorderly conduct, tion Office. tS>O Bldg. for addi- Heights 4309. Write Bolo 70 Lake
a patient:: in St.'Vincent's Hospital Crawford and Mayme W. Adams round not guilty; tirnial! information. tfrh* ( "n"I. :31p 1126:
500 Enjoy have completed an intensive
train- L. G. Johnson disorderly conduct WAITRESS I FOR SALE
SHOP WANTED: Apply In Purebred come Pup-
Fish Fry GivenAt I I I Very glad to report that 'Mrs.: ing course and started their canvass'.in fined $27.50 or 5 days; person after !::lO p m. B & G Truck pi*s!, $%$ ra. Walter Martin Rt. 1
the field Stop Restaurant. tfch Lawter. first road North of Under-
on Monday. The ?
Carmichael: came-home from A-, Donald;Grimm public intoxica- w nnl Mot. 11 D
Forest Station I lauchua. 'General] Hospital Tues-: workers are under' the directionof tion. $27.50 fine or' 5 days; TAILOR MADB DRAPERIES

Don't Buy Your New Car I,I !day of last; week, Crew Leader Annie Ree Thomas Eddie Lee Allen,disorderly con free labor. !.IT!<. Peggy Shaper, 209 FOR Prownlee SALE Road- 13 acres"Hi of land on
near 129. L.
ill way
Between four and five hundred : Adkins' St. phone WO 4-5931 tfthg
Also on\h. 'si it.' &t Is Larry of Lake City. duct, case pending; i If>:':rn. 2tp II\C\
men, women, ana chidren from I -

on the First StopGO I'Bradford and Union Counties en- 1954: Ford V-8 FOR Truck.ILK J-4 Ton Light THOMPSON Bible (King- Xew James Chain) $10.33 Reference to-

joyed the fish fry given at the Duty. Stake Body. $1S.:.. For those who want to own
J 0<:.\I. FIV\>,CE COMPASTIIS. "
Florida Forest Service Fire Pro- >. Walnat ".. and give the best Ph. WO4-3655.'
Ztp II'57
tection Station on State Road 100 Phoae WO 4-OI01
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ANYWHERE FOR west of Starke last Thursday af- trchglla"ke FOR SALK I chicken house 220
A PRICE ft >" 23 ft metal roof. Call 506 M-2.
ternoon. For 1.ak.l "itv. Stchg 12/3
,
more This Christmas LastA
The fish were sen'edith coleslaw
I LAST One 10 mo old male bird
BUT hushpuppies provided by r Lifetime! dog. white and liver spotted. Name

Dixie Lily, cold drinks and coffee. GIVE YOUR FAMILY "Joe". Reward for return. C. H.
than 5 Xaewcrthy. phone WO4-5Q11.
Hosts on this occasion were ( years WORLD BOOKENCYCLOPEDIA at rhg110
members of the Bradford and Un- ,
FOR A BETTER SLIEPING: ACCOMMODATIONS: -
DEAL SEE ion County Fire Protection Com- one f-r two rooms. Private residence,

mittees, and Forest Service per- more Florida motorists private entrance and private bath.
Apply El Rancho Motel. Itchg
sonnel in the area. "FIRST IX SALES

Although several politicians, ? have driven Most Highly RecommendedBy FOR.;4j per REXT mOo-SIC Furnished S. Epperson apartments St. Y.

Billy an.nounced. and unannounced were I with SchoolsM. U Kirchaine.' tfchg
DowlingAcross glimpsed mixing and minglingwith

the crowd, there were no A. PAYNE SAVE $%00.00 ON' A HOMEI

political speeches to interfere with Standard Oil productsthan I'. O. Box 603 Ph. WO 4-3791 can save yon just that on the

the fish-eating. purchase of a home bat you will

have to bay before January' ls&
The *
Street From Setzer'sThe FOR SALE Cummer Block Home.
I Large Living-Dining area. 3 bed- so as to ret homestead tax ex
Man SentencedOn any other roms. I Bath, Fla. Room. Locatedon emption. Your down payment will
Tixlli: : lot. dose to everything.
Adultery Count Moving to Orlando. 717 W. CypressSt. be only $410.00 and you will ret

Starke. WO-44SS3.:;:: ltchg a hot water heater space heater.

I In Circuit Court brand electric refrigerator and an electric
J.\f'H"OS:" nhlLDI\(; MPPLV
Rear Of Rig Dad Farlory range. All brand new and In-

New Ernest Janies Sapp, 23, form- "HillyJaekMtH stalled. Your monthly paymentswill
Scripto If We haTra't .t It HERE Tkey
r
I erly of West Florda, pleaded guil- katea't *.f It TIIERE.New be just like rent and: you will

I jty to adultery in Circuit Court Bad ..e" l balldlBK supplies have a modern home complete in

here Monday and was sentenced .f 'fftrr. dewrlptlB. _.. every' detaiL There are no better
( me la and look .r aod If
Business Line Ball Pens 'i i to two years in the State Prison ; T.. ...'. nee what y.. vtaat auk i homes than oar homes. Can as

.. :. Rob C.hBnrn !. get It far yon er
G. L. Patten be seen
ty Judge for details and they may
i I ...... ...(..t. tall WO44001. tfefcK
\ An information for adultery had ..1."V.*.... .. '.. ............ :... /."?1 .. at your convenience.A. .
and Refills also been filed by State Attorney I I" "- :Ir!.. .-'.. .' J. THOMAS REALTOR

T E. Duncan against Sapp's companion -] 'tt:: -:;!." .(B: Complete Tree Service TeL WO4-5701

I Frances Louise Bass also:i ;: r _7'I Pruning Bracing De-Mosv- STARKE. FLA.

FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING of West Florida, but she has not tag Cavity Work Tree Re-

yet been arraigned. I i I moval Transplanting' L.DIESCuh
in on the big Fan and
The man and woman were Sapp's Tree Surgeons Christmas Selling Season. Be an
only 25c eachREHLLABLE living in a Starke apartment at' .AVON REPRESENTATIVE in

the time of their arrest. FETE SAP Owner
Write Ouida
I STARKE PHONE WO 4-3965 your neighborhood.
I! Seat P. O. Box 540, Live Oak
YOUNG ADULTS CLASS
Fla.
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ENJOYS PARTY I I ,-

FOR PALE A few assorted sizes
The Young Adult Sunday school III beantifol Red Cedar Christmas
trees. TulUs. One mile south of Keystone -
class of the First Presbyterian 1 II ....... c...... Post Office. Just Off Route
with Refills lOc ea. Church held a party Saturday ....."- ;t ph.fn. 27ft; Itchg

evening in the Sunday school :;
FOR SALE m Ford Bus 12payxeiiger.
rooms. I j food tires! good body.
BLUE The I M-.tor in fair shape. Receiving bids
refreshment
table held
a' for 30 days. May be seen at Baptist
BLACK cornucopia centerpiece filled with |I '. .: Church Hampton. 4tchg 12117

fruits and vegetables and flanked i;
FOR RENT 2 bedroom nicely
RED by silver holders with burning !' I furnished: house with carport and I

yellow tapers. Other seasonal ar- . ?+ t I Urge utility room. For couple or
FINE OR MEDIUM 1 POINTS rangements were placed. at points J with: Thompson infant child.st. Inquire at 733N. ltp

of interest around the room. Sev-]I '
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I } /J [It to.be GOOD FOR SALE Sweet potatoes $1..22
eral :
games were played daring the ',: : got For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our per busheL You furnish the con

The most economical evening and :prizes were awarded : Agent taincr. Field run. 190A Griffis Loop.

to the winners. j I' 'j. .=. to STAY in front\) -_ 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3365 Ned" C. Coleman Itp 12/3

Mrs. David Montgomery and j ,. FOR PALE Puppies Turn left
writing ever devised. Mrs. Ben Holtzendorf, Jr., whose FOR SALE:! or Trade for Stake off old If. Fast of Barley- Garage
.". Property: 3 unit furnished apt. then right at cross roads, 1 mile.
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birthdays fell in the past week : .' hou&e with 400 ft of office space F.,. 1 Box StT-P1 Starlre. It rhg
were given presents from the STANDARD OIL COMPANY : Located on University Ave. in Gala
eTllie. Dr. Bolinger 42C N. Walnut WANTED Experienced: office '
group Approximately 25 enjoyed' j'! !: ,. '. ( KENTUCKY: ) J St. phone WO4-3881. Up worker. General office work, typing I
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the affair. I and light bookkeeping. Apply Brad
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i ." .' ., i . I, ruP SALE Keamore-Automatic ford Furniture Corp' Itchg
Washer. 2 girls bicycles. Dr. Bol- 1
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linger 410 Walnut SL phone WO42SSI. FOR RENT 4 room unfurnished
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WANTED Clean (Cotton Rap < Itp or partly famished hotn. 'Farmers
:: K. lDUICIN AGENT : !. Market Rd. Apply El Rancho MoteL -
FOR RENT: I bedroom apartment. .
rf No Puts, No Shirts, Must Be .- .. 2 duro-therm beaters, all electric Itchg .
i; utilities. Electricity furDI hfd. Adults LOST Brown billfold engravedon
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Clean. Bradford County Tim STARKE, FUL* #! ,- PHONE WO 4-1521 or single. Apartment appreciated front BEX. If found return Important -
when aeen. Clark Bent Rd. papers and pic-tarts to Beatrice -
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, MELROSE, FLORAHOME AND LAKE GENEVASTARKE



FLORIDA WEDNESDAY NOV. 35. 11.9I !


Credit Where Due \ Girl Scout '.........YYYY..yyyyn.., -1 many of the Metros people have Fr fun there will be mysterypaikages. bY music from a ;roup ot Melrose

I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS In the write-ups of last Friday I used and supported has been all tied up to so? lorhnstmds Hsh School pupil and :Mrs C L.

I uightss tragedy at Crystal Lake jF/nance Drive MELROSEBy token as a project of the Melrose : or for an immediate IT..:>* .Jr.

By Mary K. Schaeffer ".hen four young men drowned Woman's Club. The support of the perk. Ceramics of which the Mel- An invitation from the Businessx
I 1
i the Florida Times Union and the community of this worthy and n-M women are proud. will be
Now Under Joyce RothbammerAA Professional Women and the
1 Jacksonville Journal failed to j Way accessary part of the life of Melrose made and offered for sale by the
Indians End SeasonIn tMoushout the game. Pilot Clubs of Gainesville for fhe
I mention the Keystone Heights Fire I AA A.f is requested. women of the
A44A4 group. The usual
ended Keystone
Blaze Of Glory As the game Aonl Meeting of the Federationwas
Department who were first on the I In hose parts of Bradford Clay Rothhamml'r- white elephant
toachI project alwayspopular
On November 17, the Keystone vas on the Bunnell one yard line. Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Minder- accepted.Woman's .
scene; and who remained until Alachua and will be on hand. Food of
Putnam Counties
Indians played their last game of Party For Players I msn and their young son. Peter i Miss Margy Rothhammer and ClubU.
about 4 a. m. during the entire ill kma's. for immediate
this year's football season when ,And Cheerleaders: uuere over 100 girls and adults of Orlando and Mr. and 'Mrs. Donald Beach will be married at use and Congressman D. R
operation. Seventeen Keystone for laying BJlylMatthews
they were host: to Bunnell at a Saturday evening Nov. 21, the I Have been receiving Scouting in Hume Opie.Annan of Cumberland, 8 p. m. Saturday. Nov. 28. in the away for Christmas. : was at
Volunteer firemen were on hand, will be sold. Christmas decorations guest speaker
home game on Melrose Field. Md. will be guests of Dr. and Mrs. Nogales: Avenue Baptist Church '
Athletic of Keystone Melrose-Keystone of tJ
Department Neighborhood regular
-f of
and played the major part in recovering ."otdill include beautiful artifi- meeting the Melrose
Bunnell boys found they were Junior High School gave a patty I the I Allen Graham for the Thanks- ( iu Tuba. Okla. Woman's Club. Nov. 18 His
the bodies. Credit is Gateway Girl Scout Council, 1 Tial trees place card*. ccnterpie- topic
facing no inexperienced team before the 1959 Football Team and !!"ing .holidays. Mrs. W. S. Gra- Miss Rothhammer is the daughter "Individual Res-ponMbilny
.r also due Florida Highway Patrolman the first annual Girl Scout Finan- cer, ornaments and most as a
the end of the first I I;Iiam of Gainesville also have : of Mr- and Mrs. Grant Roth- everything
quarter. |Cheerleaders, and for those who Harvey and Game Warden you need for Christmas.A. Citizen in the Realm of Good American -
cul ;
They lost the game 27-0.. J'participated in 1958 as well. The Bill Jackman, who were there for Campaign opened this week,i Thanksgiving dinner with Dr. and hammer of Melrose and was foremploJ'ed Government: was enjovp1 -
C. F, W.
C. ;Meets
When I party was held at the Community according to Mrs. Fremont W.i Mrs. Graham. -Tit-rely at Robinson not only by
the game started the Indians the duration. We might add that ( members of the
took the kitkoff but |Church education building, which the night was cold and dark and Tolles, District Chairman. A house I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tyler and Grocery. She is a graduate of The Alachua County Federation Woman's: Club but also by the American -


couldn't move the ball and had to i'vos beautifully decorated by the :drizzly and hardly a night for a :jto: house visit is being made by son. Ben, of Tallahassee spent the! Mehose High School. (-t Women's Clubs held their semiannual HiMory and Psychology"

punt. Bunnell was then forced to j'-heerleaders with the school colors boatride. parents of the girls and friends weekend with Mr. Tyler's parents. Duplicate Bridge meeting at the MelroseWoman's c lasses! from Helrose high! School.

punt and the Indians moved the !of red white, and blue. The '59 Correction Please interested in Scouting. Residentsof Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Tyler. They Duplicate Bridge winners last Clubs on Wednesday.Kov. A business meetins and a cow

ball in for a touchdown. The score I I cheerleaders were hostesses for of Putnam County are making attended the Florida-FSU game in !i week were l&t. Mix* Ira Hillyer 11.State- eyed dish luncheon were also held.
Speaking the Woman's
was the result of good team block- i the party, with Eric Redfearn do- Clubtreasurer's their contributions through the Gainesville Saturday. Also spend- and Mrs. Dorothy Scully: 2nd. Representative Ralph The next meeting will be held
ing and the hard running of Bill i 11,7: a bang-up job of M. C.ing the office we said last Putnam: County United Fund. ing the weekend with Rev. and Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Sally Tarhngton was guest speaker and Ott'itl1 the "American Home
week that Frost
Lewis, Tom Gardner and Jim Mc- i games as well as dancing. There taken: Mrs.the Alma had I I Scouting, which is open to all Mrs. Tyler was another son. H. W. Mansfield: 3rd I tied! Mrs. G. M., spoke on the Heart Commission Department" the program:; Guest

Martry with McMurtry scoring. Barnes as well as dancing. There I' over position vacated girls seven through 17 has long Tyler. Jr., also of Tallahassee.Mrs. Alien Jr. and Mrs. Walter Grolick: and its campaign of education in spakrr will be Mrs. Bertha Kennedy
c Mrs. B. R. I
This same combination clicked again i was a dancing contest, and win- > Weld who had moved been recognized as one of the Edna Hamlyn broke her hip Miss Gladyce McGill. and Mrs. tie matter of heart affliction. of Kennedy Florist High

before the half for another i I ners of the slow dancing were away. That was a mistake Mrs. I most worthwhile organizations for last week. She is in the University WJleta Vogh.Episcopal Mis- S. W- Godwin gave a program Sorins.!; Topic. "Floral Arrange-
Frost
I tells
touchdown, with Lewis scoring. I Herbert Nelson Jr., and Refca Hall. us. Mrs. Henry Mickleis I girls. Planned by the girls them- Medical Center in Gainesville. Bazaar j of music mt its."
now the treasurer of the Wo-
This left the score at 14-0 in favor I Tommy Thompson and Janie MelAturtry man's: Club. I wives the Girl Scout program includes Also in hospital last week was ., The Episcopal Women of Trinity Mrs. Allen Graham president. Shoo! News
won the fast contest. activities in the of Church. Melrose. will hold their of Melrose.
of the Indians.In i Library ReekAccording : fields Mrs. Cora Lyon. She is now stay- presided over the TIlL''a!' tht'"f''k of dreaded
the second half, with Lewis, | A group of 6th grade IJuniorl[ to Mrs. Carl Wistrup. !asiicuilure, nature, the out-of- ing with her sister Mrs. Bess annual Bazaar Thursday. Dec. 3. .mi-etinj :M\-TTfk< tot for students at Melioe -

Gardner, and McMurtry carrying |I cheerleaders acted as waitresses this is Library Week, and doors. homemaking health and Lvnn. and Friday. Dec. 4. A luncheon at the Episcopal: HEhFoo'ball: ,
the ball, the Indians rolled up 13 i' and served refreshments consist- everyone ;safety sports and games literature !i Luncheon will be served at 12 Parish House followed. dunnx j..
in our community should take Mrs. Allen Graham immediate over for the year but
more points. ling i of cake, sandwiches, cookies, and dramatics, music and o'clock on both days. The Bazaar wmch
the ."
tine I guests'el'l. entertained Continued On Next *
out and go see all the fine past president of the Melrose Woman's I' I Page
Key to the victry was the hard nd cold drinks. dancing international friendship. '[will be open until nine o'clock
: new books in our Woman's Club Club, and President of the
defense thrown up by the Indians. i Chaperones during the evening arts and crafts and communitylife. on Thursday evening for the
iJbrary. We were pleased to note I Alachua County Federation ofWomen's KEYSTONE
They allowed Bunnell only two included: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dun- benefit of those who cannot attend DEPARTMENT STOREMen's
that they have Billie Burke'sautobiography Clubs was elected Director -
first downs. Defensive standoutwere I lean. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cherry, I[r One of the most popular Girl the daytime sale.
"Powder on My of District Five. Florida Women's. Children's Clothing & Shoes
Mike Lovorn, Joel Brault. i Mr. and llrs. Gordon Adams, Mr. I Scout activity is camping. Camp The Bazaar will feature Christ-
Nose. You may have it next. Federation 9f Women's Clubs at'the
and Bill Lewis. Lewis was all the i i and Mrs. M. L. Sibley Mr and Chowenwaw. located near Green mas decorations. gifts, and food. SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY -
PTA
Hears Dr. CovingtonDr. annual meeting on Nov. 4, at
big ball carrier for Keystone as '1 Mrs. Gay Livingston. and Mr. and A. Y. I Cove Springs. provides established Needlework, jewelry. gifts from
Covington Health Director Paradise Point.
he picked up l long yardage ;Mrs. Kyle McMurtry. for Bradford camping and troop camping for fdeign lands and from our new- Keystone Heights Lucile Footer. Owner
Clay and Union
!all girls of the Gateway Girl Scout The Melrose Library which e>t state. Alaska, will be displayed.
Counties, was guest speaker at
Council. Day camping and troop -
New SubdivisionJUST Keystone Heights PTA meeting J camping for the Melrose-Keystone


o OPENED ON Covington on the Thursday duties gave and evening trials a short of Nov.resume the 19.Public Dr.of- )I j:ca.uping Neighborhood and girls troop and camping pioneer for thc$ YES, VIRGINIA THERE IS A SANTA CLAUS

a.i girls in the council will be pro-

IN LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone LakeNear Health spread people themselves who must thin necessarily over- vided for the first time next summer REDFEARN'S

I such a vast area to be covered. at the new camp sites on XMAS BUDGET PLAN IS IT. !
Kingsley Lake in the Camp Standing .
Keystone Heights I He:! stressed the importance. of the reservation ,
I role of the classroom teacher in
GOOD SANDY BEACHES "Community support of the Girl
Nice Shade Large Lots detecting diseases and abnormalities Scout Financial Campaign 'pro UP TO

$2,275 TO $2,575 among them her to students the County and Phy-reporting vides better Scouting for more : 8 $$100 WORTH OF

girls.. Mrs. Tolles stated.
20. PER CENT DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY fcian or County Nurses. He was

S. E. M KAY -- REALTOR especially pleased with the volun- qyvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyvvVFLORAHOME .
teer work being done in the Clinicof u CHRISTMAS MERCHANDISE

I Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151 the Keystone Heights Schoolb

Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 the various mothers and con- AND GRANDINBy
;their.a tula interest.ted the Keystone people on Dane Our Xmas Budget Plan is PAY NOTHING Till JANUARY 15

Redfearn's Seasonal Ex
Bill Beam president conducted
I the business meeting while Frank i.n................. 1 pression-o Appreciation laOar .' 3 Equal Payments: Jan. 15 Feb. 15 Mar. 15

I Harris, program chairman, introduced Misses Beth Drake and Mary I Faithful Customers. No Carrying Charge or Service Charge Added
Dr. Covington. In the absence Ann Cromer of Gainesville spent

of Father Cornelius Doughtily :last weekend in Florahome visiting -

I i who was out of town. Gene Mrs. Drake's father. T. L.

Williams gave the invocation, Duke We're Repeating OurHunter's
while the closing prayer was given Mrs. L. W. Motes of Hollister
1 1 by Billy Wolfe, Mrs. Marsden's visited her sister. Mrs.. Alma

class, won the attendance_ award. Clark, of Florahome recently.

Following the business meeting, Mrs. Mario Oladell and children

refreshments were served in the of St. Augustine spent last-'week !
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lunchroom. Mrs. Carl Carnes, Mrs. .with her brother-in-law and sister Special

Bill Few and Mrs. J. W. Wildt Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hubert
I
LL I were hostesses. here in Florahome .
Bird Family Arrives Home Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark of

Aims heat where you want If 1 Like the swallows that comet :.Bardin spent last Thursday in

ck back to Capistrano. the Birds Florahome with Mr. Clark's mother -

New Forced Draft De- have come back to Keystone Mrs. Alma Clark. RemingtoiiSportsman

4fB; keep you warm Heights, their former home, to Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Brantley of ,
/.ven if you have a low "years the Fellowship
live. For the past 13 Grandin attended a
draft chimney. 60,000 BTU Birds have lived and worked in banquet in Jacksonville last Friday (Any Gauge) Model 48 frff/

Esel..he Power-Air NEW IMPERIAL MOOR Okinawa, and have been home fora evening for alumni of Toccoa
Blower aims beat where visit once about 5 years ago. Falls Institute of Toccoa Falls
',.ou want it. Saved up 14.70 DOWN morning. is 1944 grad- '
hey arrived Sunday Ga. Mrs. Brantley a '
to 25% on fuel. > V
1.7511'EEK Mr. and Mrs. Bird brought with uate of the Institute. Shotgun

Hem their two children Tommy Mrs. Ella Belisario of Grandin

aged 13, and Susan. 11. They are spent}:: a weekend recently with -
"Where Service Assured"REDFEARN'S Ckinawan American children Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bishop of [ 0, .

whom the Birds adopted about 2H! i Gainesville.Mrs. I ;: "

years ago. We haven't had the E. T. Summersill of Lake .
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pleasure of meeting them yet, but I Geneva Mrs. Irma Kennedy of ,.. ,
have heard some mighty nice i Keystone Heights and Mrs. Joe Liiiq ,

Things about them. The children I C-jrley of Sanford called on friends :

Keystone Heights :nave been attending the American ii Grandin. recently.Mr. ;
Dependents School in Okinawa, and Mrs. Carl Price'and
end although they have been en- family of North Carolina are new I

ruute: since October 31, they residents of Grandin.Mr. .
I ought their school books along and Mrs. Weldon Brantley

r &0 they could study on board ship. their daughter Rebecca, and son
lnmi/ies They will enter Keystone and daughter-in-law, Mr. and up

School this week. Tommy will be Mis. E. S. Brantley and childrenof II

iJllt ii the 7th grade; Susan will be in Grandin attended the Golden
the 5th. Wedding celebration for Mr. and

moving [Continued On Next Page :Mrs. Tom Roberts in Gainesville, "

Sunday, Nov. 17. Your Choice I +. -

f St. WDllam't Catholic Chapel !

this Keystone Height CHEST OR UPRIGHT
way Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m i
\i\mi\
\ \ \ Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. B.
Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. (

t Confessions before all 14.... FREEZER

wnn nappy expectation Baptisms marriages and Instructions ;


ra of pleasant living are rarely ITO YOURS ST. ANN'S by appointmeit.EPISCOPAL \ ElE31

c- disappointedi This is a good CHURCH, KEYSTONERev. $S299951

M. H. Breyfogle Vicar
in which to live; >
place
1. I Sunday-7:30 a. m. Holy Com
friendly community I EYES I munion; 9:30 a. m., Sunday

School: 9:30: a. m.. Morning,Prayer -
WEEK
'' '* We at the bank would like and Sermon [Holy Communioneach t! DOWN --. $3.00

t to be among the first to bid :ISYLVANLtTV1WITH I II : Young first People Sunday meet.]: 6:30 p. VL J

t you newcomers welcome. Holy Days-7:30 a. m., Holy
j'l Communion.
Stop to soon let's gel .0 "Where Service Assured"REDFEARN'S
FIRST, CHTBCH
acquainted before too long! 'l HALOUIIII.I j KEYSTONE; HEIGHTS =

J. R. Smith pastor. Raipn

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA Starke Radio & TV Copeland church organist, Minister of Music and

Services: Sunday School 9:45a.

Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community m. Morning Worship. 11 &. m.
Keystone Heights, Fla. 311 East Call Street Training Union 7 p. m. Evening

Member F.D.I.C. Starke, Fla. services"Make 8 church p. m. worship family Phone 4252 Keystone Heights

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..AAAAAAAAALAAA44 I pendent School, Babenhhausen, xander Nooney. born Monday Nov.I AAA&A&AA&&AAAAAAAAAaA&AI visited John L. [iJackl] Thomas ,.Id@r d. I \OTICK TO ofF'F\D: f.graph.

Hessen. Germany. A.P.O. 162 I 16. at 4:14 a. m.. in Baptist Hos- v.ho is a patient in the hospital Any: bidder may bid on all or any In tirrnlt ('_rt. Rradf.rd CvBafy j'' atrd this i day of Sll\'ember.:
of the .
I part equipment.triddrrs '.
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New York New York. FIvrMa. ( rerr I I-! -
', pital Jacksonville. The Nooneys'hate MELROSE due to an accident! in Gaines- are Instructed to use the !'a.e >.. 12-753 |!1 Ist\I.)
HIGHLIGHTS Cranberries Anyone? : three other sons and one vile. Sunday afternoon. Proposal Form provided in these Fiat Federal Savings & Loan Association i Charles A. Darby.
.. documents for recording his bid. j' ; ..
| What with all this controversyover daughter. Aubrey Hazen Of Jaik onville..1 a corpvrI | Clerk of the Circuit ('uurLUT
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt i I n.m.............m and sons were Samples hare been requested as indicated I ation. Plaintiff vs. Alotizo Henrv i i Marian L. Crosby, Dpnty Clerk
contaminated cranberries, Duplicate Bridge Results in the Specifications. '
I Saturday night guests of his i I Hurley. Ill and Vivian McKae Har- tIll 4t I 11': ;
prudent houseifeill At the (Continued from Page 7) i In filling; out the Proposal 'orm. Iale wife" et al Ivfendants.N ,
(Continued from Page 7)) many a ,. regular weekly meeting other W. M. Hazen in Gaines- the bidder I is instructed to insert tboo I ,'" To Appear -rteWILLIHa

undoubtedly cross them off her in St William's Recreation Hall, '1.'iU name of the manufacturer and the: To Flex-I.et; Corporation whore' -_ c
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Small World DepartmentSome Thanksgiving menu. Then, what (i Thursday evening Nov. 19. duplicate basketball is just beginning.'Tfiefirst Marvin Hazen of Starke was model. number. He will also list unit I, re.,id.n.-r i i.. East i'rovidence. Rhode j jI II
game played .Tuesday priiK and tplalprl l a:! f"t.UkiJi Irene pUnd.: Hrlbrun XVatch I
was Company.
time ago we reported that shall we substitute? We'invented'Eome winners } I
bridge were: Mrs. Saturday afternoon guest of Mi.; :. bid on and the time required tor1ach Inc whose
Mdfne i" ft West 4\ith
one of the pupils of Miss Ann 'cranberry jelly' which Aim U. Bissell and Mrs. Bess.Barns nifeht! at White Springs. The first! Mrs. Aubrey Hazen. !, .!('!'*.rr. j! Street. New York J'. New York
Vance. a school-teacher in Germc.ny. Inme game will be held Friday f lend! hid must be accompanied bya and ,;im I: Sanders. whose" residtinf '
really i isn't bad.. and might be ;, both of Starke. who held certified or cashiers check in the
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was :Mrs. H. L. Ownbey'sneJ.11ew. with sharing. We took a pkg. of high score: Mis. Allen Graham right with Melrose hosting* Ft. ....nII.. ..'TTVTTTGRIFFIS I', aui.iunl of fireper cent nf the hid 1 Tot are hereby notified" that a JEWELRYWATCHES

; Once more Miss Vanceis Lemon Jello added 1U! cup of ana Miss Iva Hillier, both of Mel- V. ite. Tuesday. Dec. 1, finds the I f uardedon guarantee tract that. will the within bidder if a- suit for foreclosure of mortgage: has

featured in our "Small WorldDepartment" boiling water, 1 cup canned apple- rose, second high. Third place wasa Bulldogs again the hosts with ;, LOOP !s I *.- calendar day after ten written o.ntcuti -- fu been->ed find Court against and Cause you in and the you above are DIAMONDS

It seems that Ann, sauce, juice of a lemon (for lime] three way tie for Mrs. Helen the Hawthorne Hornets the op- ; ward.nolitebeing given, of such a- required| to sere a copy of your I! REPAIRSAll
into .
ponents. Game timeifi' tnter a written contractstth answr
be 7 > .r pleading on he Plaintifrs
who is not letting any grass grow and about a dozen drops of red Phelps and Mrs. Alice Ketchum. p.m.with the Hoard of Public Instruction .ttt..rn.y I.r., Tower. Bailey & Work GuaranteedA.
under her feet was attending a food coloring. Chill and serve cold. !Mrt: Gina Christoffers and Mrs- the girls playing the first By Verble Ilarrelli : of Bradford County, Florida in acc .J.n-s. Consolidated l'uiMmgJa..k-
and the i i I <>rd.nc with the accepted hid and -nviHe :2. Florida .. C. Williams
tame boys' and fit.th.
festival in Munich, and there amida varsity i or-
Give it a try. What can you lose? Lucille Terry and Mr. and Mrs. game AAAAAAAAAAAAAA..AAAj w ill Mtnerm-i,. carry out the terms icmnl: in the .ffi... ..f the clrrk ..f
crowd of 500.000 persons-mostly Turkey Shoot Winners I Raymond Starnes. immediately following. Price for j jaimision I&A of the contract th.. ,',r. nil .V. irt on or before the 142 W. Call St.

Germans -she came face to Winners of the Lions Turkey nirRcn NEWS : will be 25 cents for students i The weekend revival at Boat- of The Bradford Board County of Public Florida Instruction re- II tl".day of Decemlxr.. li!.'. ...thf-rwi.- Starke, Fla.
drain Baptist Church allegations t< face with a girl friend from Mi- and Ham Shoot which was held and 50 cents for adults. i! was well at- t-erve the right to reject any or all Hilt: 1* taken a* ,imfrsed by you. Formerly Roberts Jewelry
St. William's Catholic Everyone is to I tended. The 1-idn.
urged attend these Gospel Tones who Tills
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ami-a girl who had been a bride'smaid en Nov. 14 were as follows: Ray The INxtrd Of ,i shall h. publishedtr.
St. William's Altar sang is a made of Public InstructionOf e- i ."-11 week roe four ''
met and Elbert .onsvotiveweeks
Society
games support the team. I group up
at her brother. Spike Vance'swcading Chance, J. Miller. J. Miller. Tom- Bradford County Florida. 1 in the Bradford T. 1L
It was hard to decide my Hill Ronald Andrews Jack i Monday night, Nov. 16, in the reCreation According to Mrs. Leola S. ]Hersey Dolye Hersey, Leonard Hy Harmon P. Morgan. s -cretarymi :, County -le-- ,
hall. It'as to Young Moody and Raymond : :t 11':6'
voted Director of School Attendance j Moody.
who was more surprised. Hill Bill Reynolds Jr.. Robert I II
Ann change the meeting night to the and Child Adjustment for I{ .We are sorry that Mrs. Josie [ In The (.D..'" Jndxe Curt OfBradford I when needRELIABLE
Although is having a wonderful 'Menzen, Red Stallmgs, Bob Allen. '
you
'' third Monday of each month. At Putnam County Schools, Melrose .j Woodcock is ill and hope she will j (_.(?. Florida I.
time on her tour of duty, Carl Darden Edwin Johns RobeA Pmkatr I
the brightest spot in her day is a Menzen Joe Main. Irving Tyre, i the:: next meeting on Dec. 21 the School had a 95 per cent attendance 'soon be well again. I II \ In Hf: state wf Fred Cole. DeNOTICK -
ladies will bring their 'j I Mrs. Weldon Bartlett of reasra.
cleaning for the second month of' Jack- ;
letter from home E. Plem-
according to her Mike Funderburke J. I TO CKEDITOHS .
I equipment and have a clean-up scuool.; As the I I ('mille'isited her parents, Mr.| GAS SERVICETHINK
mother Mrs. .Autrey Vance. For J.Ons. Carl Goodyear, and C. C. ; average daily attendance AU persons hating claims or demands -
: night for Christmas. : of the school childrenis and Mrs. Jeff Smith Sunday.Mr. against the estate of FrrdCole.
the benefit of Ann's friends who Cjrnes. ,
1 "" 'ea>-t'd. are h..r..hnotlfi d
would like to) write to her. or who New Arrival A special Thanksgiving Mass the basis for financial programof and Mrs. Millard Keith and I and .viuirrd to file thrir ctaiinK in OF

would like to send Yuletide greetings Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nooney are | \vJi be said at St. Edward's in the school parents! are urgedto children of Jacksonville are visiting -,, the 1 offir of the County Judge "fPMdiird SLADE GAS
County. Florida in the
we are giving her address: welcoming into their Lake Brooklyn i Starke at 9 a. m. Thursday Nov. send their children to schoolell"h Mrs. Keith's parents, Mr. and' t'.mnty court House at Starke.F'lor.la. '
': 2G. day unless they are sick. airs. Ralph Gainey this week. : within. right calendar
Miss Ann Vance. American De- home a neson.. William Ale- TANKS FROM
months from the date of the first 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UP
I'd like to take this Mrs. Reba Nichcols and son of I
opportunityto .
On Saturday morning a special I l 1000hl lrr-aion of this not i.-.. or the
I Mass will be said for the deceased wish all of you a happy Thanks- Jacksonville visited her parents j-j'ue will" become void according i ;; to PHONE WO 4-3551
giving. This one day, let's turn !Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffis, Sunday. ] lau." TMa :November: !">. 1>5>. ,I
members of the parish at St.. .
1st Publication Xoremlwr 12.Hxecntrix 1li9a !
i I
I William's at 9 a. m. thoughts from the things we don't'have i We are glad Rev. Orville Brook- :, : l'ftSI7I.A WiLEY ,
I I St Anne's : and be thankful for the I iis, our pastor is improving at !I : of the Last Will and 0 0That's

I annual EpiscopalThe parish dinner was things: we do have. Ztemember.nothing's Bradford County Hospital. w Testament.. V. Knight of Frt-d Cole, deceased.Molli I Our Business

hope he will soon be able to return : tarke. Florida. 'I
so bad that it couldn.tworse.
held Wednesday night Nov. 18 in
,
I b And to church. I I Attorney' for Kxecutrix. If It's Glass We Hare lU I
the parish house with reports received ? please Smile! It'll{ lii; : 4t 123
make you and everyone meet j Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green and CALL WRITE or VISIT
you
UP TO $600CASH from all church organizatins. :Mrs. Mildred Griffis visited! Th. ('0..'" ....dc.'* ('..rt. In
l better. in,1
Ii Iil"l .,.. F.r Bradford ('oaatr. HorKa. !
Thanksgiving services will be Lake Butler Sunday. j; !. Pr.".'. g Joe Peters Glass Co.

held at 8 a. m. Thursday. Holy TRINITY EPISCOPAL Thurman Killingsworth of Columbus -!. In.....Re.. : Estate of J. Troy Lynn. d""l ;

Communion will be celebrated at CHURCH, MELROSE j Ga. visited his sister Mrs. : OTl'E OP PET1TIOV FOR J'I\.1 1. FOR
ANY GLASS NEED
Orville\ Brookns Sunday and his DISCHARGE OF ..IDHIMSTIt.tTORNotice l i
7:30 a. m. on Sunday, Nov. 29 Rev. M. H. Breyfogle. Vicar We
brother-in-law, Rev. Orville j is hereby given that I have I Design Modern Store Fronts
vhich is Advent Sunday. Break- Sunday 0 a. m, Sunday : I f hit d my final returns as Admini- ,
School 11:15 ]Brookins. in the hospital. lrator of the Estate of J. TruF14nn. Just Mail Us A Pattern for
fast will be served after commun- ; a. m. Morning
FOR ALL WORTHY NEEDS The church bus is now back in deceased; that I hare filed Table Tops
iuu at the home of C. J. O'Connor, Prayer and Sermon [Holy Com ray Petition for Final Pischarge and _
jdot across the park. munion each first Sunday]: 7:30 service and those needing transportation that I will apply to the Honorable j 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353
to church should call Thrron A. Taw a. County Judge of I
During Advent a study group .j' p. m. Young People meet. Bradford County Florida. on II De- .... .
CONSOLIDATE BILLS Holy Days 10 W04-5774. It is also in service for cember. IJS'. for approval of the 1'
will be held starting during the a. m., Holy Com- ,
munion.vmnu..arlrlrlr..1. Wednesday night prayer meetings.'j same and .for final discharge as Ad-
TAXES REPAIRS first week. Anyone wishing to join I'' nintatrator of the Estate: of J. Troy I
There will be special services f
I deceased. COLD
WEATHER
MEDICAL EXPENSES the group may give his name to L\r.n" !! AHEAD
Sunday! Dec. 13. at Boatdrain j -.' H/ Carl-Lynn, Sr.
| MrsAnn Baylor. N. W. Harden- '
CASH PURCHASES II Carl Lynn. Sr. as Administrator -
Baptist Church both at the morn-1
I bfrgh. or the Vicar. Mr. Breyf ogle. of the Estate:! of J. Troy Lynn.
IMPROVEMENTReduce ing, and evening services. At noon (teeN, ed. I
First Baptist Church <
Budget PaymentsOn I Union Thanksgiving Services BROOKER dinner will be served on the 11'1: IU::: .FUEL OIL

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Furniture, Auto, grounds and Bradford County
i will be held at 10 a. m. Thursday By Barbara Sup Davl OTICK TO DEFF: tt
Appliances I fot members of all congregations Singers will sing gospel songs. lit Clre.lt C.Brl, Bradford l..t,.,
& AAA&&&. &A&&AAAA&1 The WMU of Boatdrain Baptist Flvrldai la Chameery.
at the First Baptist Church. Ministers -
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Caw
I Church will hold a week of prayer
!' from all local churches will Mrs. W. E- LucilleSmathern.. Ph.'lnUrf.t..
Bigham Jr. attended
PROMPT, EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICEON beginning Dec. 2. Everyone is welcome Qatar Franklin Smathers, Defend-
I participateThe public is invited. the State PTA Convention held prayer ant. WE ARE CLOSE
ALL REQUESTS to attend these sessions AS AS YOUR
PersonalsChester in Jacksonville last week. Votlce To AppearTo

I Moody who spent last, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Kelley and There were more than 100 percent whos: Paean residence Franklin and address Sniathersv'! is un

STOP IN OR CALL TODAY! week in St. Vincent's Hospital in 'daughters! of Wildwood and Mrs- attendance in Sunday School known.

j I Jacksonville, is at home again with L. L. Dyal were Saturday guests You are hereby notified that a
last week.Boatdrain. snit for divorce has been filed a- For Quick Service
his family and doing fine. icf Mrs. Rosie
i Kelley and Mrs. Baptbt Church gainst you in the above named
Lt. and Mrs. Chuck Newman Mattie Sowells. Court and caqse and you are required -
TOWN FINANCE CO. Sunday School. 10 a. m.; Morning to tIf your ans'of".IIle..ding \\' r
and three daughters have gone to' Mrs. Rosie Pinholster Mrs. Mattie Worship 11 a. m.; Training' to the complaint on the 1
I)
Charleston. W. Va. to spend I Sowells T. B. Pinholster and Plaintiffs Attorney. Julian Warren.
Ill W. Call St. Starke Fla. Phone WO 4-9091 Thanksgiving with Lt. Newmans's; i'Clj.de. Kelley attended funeral Union, 6:30 p- m.; Evening Worship ::4 Paymar Building. Jacksonville '
services 7:30: p. m-; Choir practice Florida and file the original inthe
mother. i for Mrs. Robert Groover of office of the Clerk of the Circuitourt DIAL
Tuesday 7 p. m. and Prayer meet- before the 14 day of i il l
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Larsen i Miami on or a .
: at Dyal Cemetery Friday ing, Wednesday night at 7:15 p. >_bN". 1929: otherwise' the al- | (
o 4-4641
m.' Pastor Rev. Orville Brookins. : t WO
the weekend with Mr. Lar- i as confessed! by you. ,
YOU CAN'T BUYA This notice shall be publishedonce ,
;*.i s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I Thursday afternoon.after several YOU'LL LOVE tie new Eaten each week for four consecatIve |

Larsen. They plan to return for ,I|days in a Gainesville hospital. brook pone-size fountain pens la weeks in the Bradford County Tele- jl j

i I 1 Thanksgiving also.: j j Mrs. H. E. Stokes and grandson pastel shades. Only $5.
They tell us that the folks at 'Charles returned home after two County 'l'.Ierrapb. t>S!*I. o\'t'mber'l 7

Lake Geneva Trailer Park have! 'v.e visiting the Carl Martins in SEAL Charles A. Darby.Clerk I

BETTER TIRE a wonderful time on Thanksgiving; Miami. of the J ircuit Court.
GULF OIL PRODUCTS
Day. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Larsen. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Stokes and ('.\1.1. FUR RIPS Uv Marian L. Crosby Deputy llilZ It Clerk.12 ;

j the proprietors) arrange it so that children of High Springs, Rev. ST.tRHK. FLORIDA _n __ __
:Sealed bid will he received by
:
i all; the trailerites eat dinner to- and Mrs. Rhoden of Taylor and the Cord of Public Instruction of I

i scther m a sort of covered-dish t (Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers of Trenton Bradford County. Florida, at the office -

TO AYE YOUR LIFE ''pot-luck meal and people who : were Sunday afternoon guests of trjrtii-n.n{ thr SuiMTintftidrnt Bradford .'ollntCourt of Public- *:f .

;ae perhaps far from their families Mis- H. E. Stokes. holism. Mark. Florida up to 11 ok *- ..
:J on that family-day don't feel I Rudoiph Stokes of Gainesvilleaa ..I|... .\. M.. Jo:. S. T. Monday, De- -- .
,-.mber 7 lsl: at whi.-l> time and .
"so alone. A fine idea. Buddy Stokes of Starke visited place all bids i rewired will Ue pub- .t ,, -- .a'. _..u.,,

p -. Cities Service all-nylon" cord! Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan and I their mother Mrs. H. E. Stokes I uthiag h-"ly I op.and nr.i and installing's.tuipmrnt read aloud for fur- o "!' .,'...1","'t..on.t'4.1lAr.,:.: ..1..:;. 'T"' ;tf'w::p.',: :"".: ,.t:.':'Y'--, ,.-.'. .',, 'T y fiI I ...L'tu. -," ....'t"." -'

Milemaster tires are the eaf- i family are moving this week into Saturday afternoon. For Bradford high

est longest.w ariDgAfeHji.history. 'their lovely new home. ;; Ervin Hodge is home after recent ::, h..1 items Auditorium shall be Starke.provided Florida.All In accordanif -. t i :. I Y

1 Mzry Lou Gardner arrived home surgery in Doctors Hospital; with th* drawings 'rf'l'j- .i '* ,..
"
r.. Tube or tubeless; new wm'master !Sunday afternoon and was met by in Stal ke. firMions lI ontr.t wnnints relative .. iYJ.. ,* 4' 't\ Electric Sh v.rH

', tires are pound fof : her father Sam Gardner, at the Harold King of Gainesville was am.n.d; thereto or nl>tain which..l at the may office be .s-of 1ff. ..; \ _.. .dg. TMmm .

pound stronger than eteel.. I(Jacksonville airport. Mary Lou i the Sunday afternoon guest of the sjperintendent of Public Instruction / Lawn Mew r .

i'Q. yet they're priced amazingly j I had ben in Charleston, W. Va. attending John Davis. of Bradford County Flori J .... ""'1 Coffee M h.r "
da. .
low for ,ud)) quality the funeral of her ma- John Davis attended the Flori- Any bid revived after the 1'1'1fi. ;, '. T bl. BroH rAutomatic
t
". tcinal grandmother. Mrs. Gardnerwill .+l time and date wilt not oe rn d
",. c. da-State University of Florida Toaatar]

remain in Charleston with herr football game in Gainesville Sat- Sandwich Orlll /

,father. H. L. Cotton. for a while. urday afternoon with his sister ;V., W rfl. B ktrFeed
Community Church NewsThe :Miss Barbara Sue Davis. YOUNG :&
; Bl.nd.r
\ / Young People's Open House : Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and GIVE I
J i Record Pl.y.rClockRadio
will be held this week on Friday, Rev.: and Mrs. James Temple and ADULTDRIVERS ,

Nov. 27, at 7:30: p. m. children attended the Green Cove- .J .' .

to The Executive Board of the Starke football game in -GreenCove Popcorn Popper \

Community Church Women will !/>O't-:. .
Springs last Friday night. ., .
-
UP TO 25% MORE <, .
t',. be held on Monday, Nov. 30, at llr- and Mrs. L. C- Kelley of .
MILEAGE is still another
great advantage of these incomparable rSO: p. m. in the educational Waldo visited Mrs. L. L. Dyal and' !. "'"

tires-it's like building. :Mrs Rosie Kelley Sunday. .BETTER-- yw.e" .

getting one tire free with ; The Board of Trustees will meet Airs. L. L. Dyal spent the day in''t, t -

every three you buy. Monday: Nov. 30, at 7:30 p. m. ;Jacksonville Thursday with herj:I ..JP" .ci: \ J -

BIG TRADE ALLOW. :Members will note the change of diushtcr and new granddaughter, 2 .

ANCE,. TOO! Stop in. ria te. Mrs. Harold Sorrells. j I j II '- 9,-:- 'f .. -.,,, 'I ,. c.. '.....,. tie I'

trade in your present tire I The second Sunday of Decem- Little Billy Bigham spent a few ,
and drive off with bei is Universal Bible Sunday. I S '-..... "t Jt'
a won. days: last week with his aunt Mrs. >

derful new set of Milemas The music and the sermon will be Lloyd Wood in Jacksonville I YOU AND soul '* ItECTRIC A.L [ .

ters! centered around" the topic of "The Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr., PARENTS DO NOT HAVE TO '. ..

j Inspired Word. !Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal and Mr.' CONTINUE FATING TOP AUTO '

The Church School meets at .and Mrs. Sparks accompanied the I I INSURANCE IATES BECAUSE fJ.i :1t'ts" :- '

9:45: each Sunday morning, with ,intermediate class to the bowling TOUtf UNDER 25 .r
j ;
"' j $ .
(
SILCOX classes for all ages includingaoilts. alley in Gainesville Sunday after- V T0-'t. fast AS GOOD AS ;". .. .....t
.
\ !noon. William HarreH was elected 'TOO THINK YOU ARE (food w. ,, ,. ... .. ;. ,
h
know .coa b.) yos cas DRIVE ... Vf >>
yo ) .
The Young Couples class is .. .. .
champion of the group after bowling ''yott wry to towtt ratm.To y.;... .,
taajht by Lamar Rozear. : a score of 142.Mrs ca* tload on y..r owa I..I : -- k
( ITESERVIEE
,. .b.ia.ur.d,and k..p ra.ur.d oa
The Women's Bible Class is .
and Mrs. G. E. Green and iLt
1 your ow.ability and dims r eo !
taught. by Mrs. J. H. McEachern L daughter Shirley attended Miss I i I .. Row TOO bow you cal 'it;

, 705 Temple Are. Starke, Fla. and the Men's Bible Class by Mr. \Patty Carlton's speech class oral 11 I l" k pro.m.ta bl.with. coW a ..
. MrRarhprn j 1\reading at St. Mark's Episcopal I ha l.'ofl UoBT-hc. i dn.. .
Church in Starke Sunday morning I rtdadi g YOUNG ADULTS e. gn M OM
I AND lami. n kAnrcn To aq adult .
.

It's low..it's lovely 1 \\11 ft fts 'i,man Mr.spent and Sunday Mrs. Emanuel in Tallahassee Klein- \ Gta.- M or cat m. eoJ.y. 1ft,TEEN _;


] i and will be in Tampa and Brad- AGERS

.... .;.it's : s : I enton on business Tuesday; Charley L JohnsAgency Please,.' everyone.. on". your list with ;

Mrd'Mrs.: Emanuel Kleinman itfta.. .. ,they'll treasure for J lasting

with the famous Cool Safety Cabinet 1/// ,. II Mt they Wednesday will spend the for Miami Thanksgiving where pkisurt.> -


The Dearbor Crest blends into all decorati _r 4.KbetDes. :,. ; holidays with her mother, Mrs. you P Jectrical appliance dealer, has
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.. Because of the Cool Safety Cabinet, you .,,.,: v Mary Shulmerich. an' taming dection..and 'a LayAway -

coa ate it as an extra table...put books,ash trays event I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards and Phone WO 4-0121 P1 a.Select your gifts stow and e 1
FLORIDA
potted plant on top! Newly designed GIo-Brite radi- (children:: of Gainesville were Frtc'ay Starke, Fla. spare yourself that I last-minute rush!

ants Forward-Flow Circulation, and improved, origin night guests of Mr. and MrS POWER 1

features provide better heating for your BOOK! : ,-> aA IE. W. Hodges Sr. phon & LIGHTI
(
Mr. and Mrs. Sievers and son fnl a'fA

...tfcaft why QvU &Tpnrlinriil! : ui d6! (Martin Chambers of Jacksonville T I
fere weekend guests of ilr. and i -

Mis. E. W. Hodges Sr.

SLADE GAS COMPANY Rev. Thomas of High Springs .

I was the Sunday afternoon guestof .. ,

Phone WO 4-3531 Starke, Fla. Mrs. Mammie Hodges. j i;(; '7 : i. uj, ; .r=Y-.A i :: ';!t ;;

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: WEDNESDAY, NO,.. 35, 1959 fM AD FORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH. 8TABKE. FLORIDA PAO?' NtI1I

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.' & && &&&&&&&&&&&& & ,-E L---Birt---, and- -J. -L.- Williams; packages must have return ad. Y..YYYYYYYYYYYYY.YY.YY YYY'YY Y YYYY !YY YYYYYY' urday. To all of these activitiesyou Clark' d..M.'a.d. that she fired her !. .ol\: : r .. ;... andI'aha
petition for final discharge. and I ... : ': I ..
Friday, at the homes of K. BWatterson .IITSS. as well. Only cards sent' NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ale cordially invited. Mary tinthe mil apply tn Ih- ||.>noral>ir : :\ t'an-d! \iiti !1- ,.; '.. ...? >n
and Bill Underwood: first-class! for four cents, can b< McBnde.: reporter.Mt. rh..r..na.'n.. Jr.. "nllnty Ju.lgr Th, I-.I1..M :ia
HAMPTON .,f lratif..rd ....unly. Florida on the : trnr -1:";'. ,; fistL! ;;' '1. ,'; ., ,
and Saturday, at Lester Slade and forwarded or returned.- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Zion A. M. E. Church II ria.r: I>....eniWr. 15! !?. for ap- M-: 'vItndrr: ">n.-H..>: ..d. r '1.I.IVth .
I Dick Hinson homes. Personals Rev. Grimage pastor held regular prai' <>f same jn.l for final di- O\rrl>>a By Ain. D. E. !IInaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa I Mrand Mrs. Wiley Williamson iwrpta ,.::.;... utrix of theM !e Krar Tires :;:X.MT. Flat tin,,. IIn
II I Program chairmen for the I senices all day Sunday starting f KMora .
By Ozora Shell Mary Oark. de-ased. onthi :* r.Vith Heater In. l.iJ. I morning WIN services for foreign and family moved last week from I .. with Sunday School. Supt. Linwood 12 day .,f X"'t'ml..r. I*':;*. I ? in: Frnntnd ll ar And

I!missions next week are. Monday, the State Farm to their former A & & && & &&&&&&&& &a&&&&&---- k X-AAAAAA Crawford in charge. Morning f.CUrk.. I. Tire," With Tube, ll1ntatinn tin
a. l P\ '.ii'rix of the estate of Maryri'Jur rr... k Tn Int-lailf t'filily lk-dtAWth
Revival Next Week
Mrs. E. L. Birt: Tuesday. Mrs. K. nome in Hampton. Mrand Mrs ; and evening sermons were de- ...r<. \nat .\1_ Quote I I'I
At Baptist Church B \Vatterson. Wednesday, Mrs. I Joe Roop and family who have HospitalizedWe I be a combined missionary meet- livered by the pastor. Presiding I! II 19! It 1,1& I I'ni-r IIn .\1n"a i\rIudinK ftlHtwT .
of Charle"Chappie" I
the illness s of ait. Zion .
Preparing for a week of revival been living!; in the Williamson regret iig Lawtey. Allen Elder inar ...
Charles: Hicks Thursday. Mrs.J. I Jenkins was among the I 'I ,.
:
of Chapel. Starke Cfoil 1(111% I >v Said Pity 'nun II f>?rrTh \
'house James principal and Mt- Pisgah of
meetings beginning next Monday. W. Horne: and Friday. MrsJoe moved to the garage apartment guests present. ,..\ ':'IRFR Ie Itl:;9trat. ,- Klcht! Tn Aurpl fiT Ktf ..tarOr
N\ v. 30 members of Hampton at Lester; Slade's on Hampton Matthew. Gilbert High School Lincoln City. The meeting will be Don't forget the rally of the seasons ,'.i lnl. Will pl>., .-n-d By Ail..!;I.Wi -. ,
Roop. Jaccksomile. He can be reached hcid at !..It. Pisgah A. M. E. Thf .Vi: .''.'In..1 of The >'itx t if ;\. <* tnvtl 'f ""uof.
Baptist Church have been meet- Lake. '' ..
of being sponsored by our sis- >'.1 j..t". \- Th. ,vMall -'v ; Flnri.l rl
Rev. W. P. McElroy pastor :
ing at various homes in the community Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls and at Brewster Hospital. Mrs. Martha Church and will begin promptly at tiT church. Philadelphia Baptist. It Si., kv Klor-,!., I nlil : 0.. CE.I l G S .t : : Einard.s "' t, -.rk!
for cottage prayer meetings the church, has extended an in- children moved from the ChastainI Baker sister of Supervisor Shell 2 p. m. President Givens is askingall Al persons in the community are I I... k I' M lm T'I.In hrvmlMt 11 19 ft! 11':6
I v.iation to all interested to attend also in the same hospital in members to be present and
this week. i I house on the main street (p the 15 asked to support this Women':
all evening services at the church, erious condition after surgery. bring a friend. A interesting
..Allen R. Price, pastor of the Bert Hinson house recently. ;- very Day program W'hichill be observed -
Highland View Baptist Church aid also the various prayer meet- ;, Mrs. D. E. Hill returned home'SUuiday. She is the wife of Wilson Baker program is being planned for you. on Dec. 13. What season will I FIRST BAPTIST Church.-- Starke
ings. after loyal businessman and has four .Each fifth Sunday is devoted to
near Port St. Joe. will be evanseistj C'liristmas Mail l Reminders receiving treatment : i'at.Beatrice Scott, reporter.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTTYYYYY.
children: Wilson. William. Iva | ome and foreign misison services.
at Alachua
) for the meeting each evening General Hospital Rev. Lewis D. Haines, Pastor
Overseas packages not already in Gainesville last week. and Jacquelyn The two girls are Comeout and help us one and all.
next week, beginning at 7:30 p. mailed should be sent airmail by Mr. and Mrs. Richard May and freshmen college at Central State, i:,,L. J. Givens reporter. Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town
m., and through Sun- ,
continuing
Dec 10. Hampton postmaster Mrs.Mary Xenia Ohio and Bennett College,, Antioch Baptist Church, Rev. PUTNAM HALL
daughter and Billy Home of
Phones Office
day, Dec. 6.Women : 10.1.6501Pastorium WO 9-2301
Williams said this week. I
Hjmestead. spent last weekend Greensboro, N C. She can be Gtorgc W. Lee, pastor are making

of the church, meeting Early mailing of all packages from |'....ilh the C. I.Iay and J. W. ached by phone, letters or cards. j plans for Women's Day on the! Colored News SUNDAY SERMONS11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.
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each morning next week from 9:30a. : non will insure their arrival I Horne families. room 362 Brewster Hospital,, second Sunday in December. According j
m. to 10:30: a, m.. for the WMU on tine she added. I By Gloria Cliffin jt! School
Mrs. Leonard Melton and chil- Jacksonville.Thanksgiving to Mother Murphy a special i t Sunday 9.t5)1.. Training; Union 6:13 P.M.
Lottie Moon Week of Prayer for This will be the second ''
year .hen of New Orleans visited here ObservanceThe group of jubilee singers will iAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPutnanr
foreign missions, plan to include f'r t-class postage rates have increased ,!a.weekend with his parents, Mr. Masonic Family will have be featured that come from Adel Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A : .
prayer meetings for the revival in that all Christy's ( Hall Elementary
meaning : at.a Mrs. L. L. Melton. Mr. and their annual. Thanksgiving service Ga. Another feature will be "Miss
connection with each morning's cards, sealed must have four MrsJ.. L. Messer of Jacksonvillewere at New- Bethel Baptist Antioch Contest. Putnam Hall Elementary school FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU

program Early morning pra'cr'cent stamps. Unsealed cards will also recent guests of the Chuich,.Rev, A. B. Vinson. pastor. We regret the continued illness Iicid coronation ceremonies Mon- AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH
Nov. 16, at which DelorisC .
meetings will also be held each so! anywhere in the U. S.. for oay.
Meltons.TTVTVTTVTTTVTVTTTVTTTTT: I All members of Ruth Court No. 18 of Mrs. Mable Lee. member and
day at the church from 6 a. m. to thiec cents to C;:\ of the eighth grade was
although: not of the Heroines of Jericho are teacher of the first grade at RJE.
6:30: a. m.Cottage. Canada, according to a recent asked to be present in full regalia. We hope she will have a speedy ccrwned Miss PHS and Mayrethra ,
prayer meetings sche- rising received by Mrs. Williams. I O"Ncal first runner-up, and Jean-
Most Ancient Matron Sophia Roy- recovery. We are glad to report
duled for the end of this week include LONG BRIDGE me Eubanks, second runner-up.
Caids and packages alike shouldbe
al asks that you fail not. Worshipf Sister Gertrude Carter up and on .
Thursday: at C. L. Coopers, clearly addressed and all were named attendants! MissPHS i i bright u. .beliaty
Master Damon Dell also urges the job again. Arata Williams, re- de and famous Dear-
crowned by Bobby Allen and
AND NEW RIVER all: members of Morning Star porter. .was I NEWborn ngnttrfn9 I.side.
i received a bouqet of flowers. The ,
LOCAL MANAGER FOR Mrs. R. F. :\If'rrftti'AAAAAA"&AA Lodge No. 26 to be present at the Tampa Visitors who will reign for the remainder -,I IgJIIs. Regency putt Dear-
i hall at the usual time so that the Mesdames Pauline Myers and Yin further ahead
ua.aaamaaaa of the also; took ;
group may march to the church IJa Childres of Tampa, and little year cmong gas aIM li.......
I i Oda Whitehead returned to duty together.: Worthy Matron Janie Charles W. Bradshaw are visiting part In the annual homecoming ,

Jim I with the Marines in Pensacola .S. Mitchell of Order of Eastern Mrs. Laura Whitmore. Both are parade of Central Academy, Pa- -

Walter Corp."World's II Sunday after a two week fur- 1 Star D*>11 Chapter No. 168 is still sisters of Mrs. Whitmore and are,!tka. NEW Trend-Stfmg 0.. MEW Excluslv. Abilene Baptist Church j!
lvu h. j ill but much improved. She asks here to remain by her bedside The fgn.. Years af*odl Styled by CtnUr. CoMpUl* c ..f.rt
Ministers and Deacons Un-
We congratulate Mr. and Mrs. 1 the cooperation pf all her members while she is ill. She has been ill control at your flg.rt p. fet
;. B. Whitehead whose Daughter in this service. Dinner will be ser- and unable to walk since June. ion will convene with Abilene Baptist a [fading indmrrtal dtilg r. k...forl"( it..

Largest Home Builders" :andra was chosen Princess from 'yea t>n the. grounds according to Phe.is the mother of Maude E. I ; Church starting Thursday | ..

the! 11th grade at the BHS home- jM, ,A. M. Royal. Come out and Maee. a faithful little nurse who Nov. 26. and continue through NEW Powerful
II Sunday.; Nov. 29-
I coming festivities. :have a good soul-stirring Thanks- is now getting a much needed restdue j Thermo Thrust'
WILL BE IN STARKE : James Lee of Wildwood spen*.(. giving sermon and eat dinner to the assistance of her two ;Mt. Zion AME: Church Blowtr. Thrusts the
Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church will
,! Li"t weekend with Wesley Moody with your brothers and sisters. aunts. We wish for Mother Whit- warm air far out
while here to \isit Pearl Laven i:hold: regular services Sunday. : Into the ...
EACH THURSDAY I.i Juveniles are asked to be present I more a speedy recovery. I i.I room at
floor Uvtl., Mores
der.Mr. 'a.id in white. A special program Ebenrzer Baptist Church .
and Mrs. U. S. Rhoden. Mr. : Wetegrct to twice the gir 't'
.- AT will be rendered by:, the group. I Rev. E. D. Robinson, pastor will \'F.'IREII IS.ru.i 1Ci1i up :
\ and Mrs- Troy Dukes and Mrs. ; illness of the aunt of .'011 Rin a volume.' t ? .. :Iwo re+r
the ,
I nold regular pastor services on I II ';; al-d tad, Will P- I-in.d Py 9 I
Ida Moody attended a church(Juvenile Annette Shell and wish. Sunday, Dec. 6, starting with Sunday The Citv f''unlilIf Th.- 'ftx fi; N -- ""
STARKE HARDWARE CO. meeting at Macclenny last week. Sin.-. FIoiHa.t The fire: Hall ; a
I NEW
for her speedy recovery. Decorator
a School at 10 a. m. Supt Henrv In Starke. Florida. I'ntil T on f)'. 7. >
I Mrs. Nan Merritt accompaniedMr. 1 i Fiesta; ClubRegular Bryant in charge. All members'' Itk I* .M. (tn Tnrswlar.! -iTinier: i B
12:30 P.M. TO 6:00: P.M. ;. and Mrs. Harold Shiver and '. meeting of the Fiesta I ICllab I and friends are invited to attend. 1'la.1..1, -*D.All 15! ,l5Ms!. >At 1 Uf-rnrri Whi, h' Tim Will .\n4 IV '. the floor up. Practical ..w

r boys to Newberry to visit Mr. and will be held at the home of Christmas reh'arsalill be announced falt'hh oj-.n-d And Kad Aloud On too .. easy t.r

Mis.! Vick Rhodes and daughter ,Mr. and Mrs. James Dean on Friday i : next week. Ranell English TinK..ll..ninz-:: to dean vnder. -

For Appointments Call Patricia last Sunday. : night. We regret'the passing i reporter. fm.-iSix-'rlind.r.r.. .)f'.. lc-t" Trn..k. With On Or-Half*,rSpnnc i ...:

Mrs. Emily Moody spent Sunday ''of the father of our president, !".!<; on K<*. r. l:..ar Tire NEW .
Bethlehem Freewill Coppertone Finish lighter '
JACKSONVILLE i Baptist'I ,< ,
;ix-Hv .
... EV 7-1141 CollectorSTARKE.W04.5311 i iI Fla' trim On I: arH
father
with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody 'William T. Holland. His U with
the
I Church Rev McKay pastor will -i't-r In. liidd.. Pumpers On gayer- keeping trend away
''I and family. :Mr. :Moody returned 'passed last Friday at the Flagler : hold regular service on first Sunday f'r..nln". l:..jr Tire" With Tnlwu from dark* bulky furniture
i Th. Said rity Council I 1.rH'sTh.
Vincent's Hospital in St. Augustine after '
home from St. Hospital : in December. All members are .- K.eht Tnc"t''l't Or Rfjni Any
Sunday and is doing well. ,having been shot several times by I asked to be present at Sunday Or All Hid... i
"If It's A Quality Home The ',HA d tin. i it! Of City or a
assailant.
unknown
person '
an I
Mr and Mrs. Robert Dobbs and !School::: and all the services stark- Florid' i i THE NEW REGENCY

//'* A Jim Waller Home" daughter Shelia spent Sunday ,his not been apprehended to date. : throughout the day. Please observe try Sit" rill I; his to ii i I' : 11 :. ,
Mr. Allexander was on way i I the t
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Chester following schedule for the
OTHER OFFICES: I I Moody and brought Mrs. Emily choir rehearsal but was shot five I II I week: Monday, 7 p. m., Faithful lit TTir Court );:Tlir: (''''miy .I..et'.1' '
j limes before he could get in the,Ftw Club riraiifnrd or FUr!<{..
OCJIlGAIXESYILLE Moody home. ; Tuesday. 7 m. Choir
PALATKA p. In Fr"kmr i
He funeralized, SLADE GAS COMPANYPhone
automobile.
was
j From all of us to all 'of you. we i-ehearsal; Wednesday. 7 p. m.1! In r- the j:"'at* ..f Mary Kldora"Urk ; '
{ Church. .
.
at St. Mary's Baptist i I Prayer < 1..wwaa.d.To
wsh! a very nice Thanksgiving. Meeting: Friday, 7pm. Vil Uh m It".* (...rrrnt.tnt :
Rev. Wright, pastor on Monday. yard Prayer Band. I Can Circle \. is\ hTel.r it.n that ":".1 WO 4-3551 Starke ha.REVIVAL .
-- ,H? leaves to mourn his loss a hose meeting each first 'lark filed h.r final report a.:1."--
of sortowing-relatives and friends.'I and third Sat- "t'n of the *!tate of Mary Eidvra I

Cat The Fuel Oil !I Carnation Gloria Graham Club reporter. :


I The regular meeting of the Car-

Is 1 mtion Social Saving Club will beheld ,

No WO 1 at the Reno Theater on Monday -!i i,

4-9711 Dec. 7. All members are asked I II

i to please attend so that Christ- I :
i
l I'mas: plans may be completed. I
I President Brooks is asking that
I II .
I yju; arrive on time and you will be ,I. ..', ., '; *.
Kerosene Oil awarded with an early dismissal. .
or Heating I .
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I Ama! Jenkins, reporter. I : ,
American Legion Call :Meeting


DURING THE 1959-60 WINTER SEASON i i i.President Commander Leona Julius M. Royal Royal and will NOVEMBER 30 -. DECEMBER 4 ;

:h .ld a call meeting at RJE Sunday -
YOUR
TANK WILL BE CHECKED REGULARLY Nov. 29 at 2 p. m. All members I

are asked to come prepared I. )
to pledges. The regular meeting -
AND FILLED AS NEEDED pay 7:30: P.M.
I :
was not held on the first Sunday ,

CALL US TODAY FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION I due to the funeral of a local .

citizen-- The leaders of Post and .

,1 JEROME JOHNS OIL CO. Auxiliary j from Mid-Winter 314 have just Conference returned -1

I of the Eleventh, District in Or- ,

( ) YOUR FRIENDLY PHILLIPS I 66 JOBBER ((6'6Phone laado.Commander: Mrs. Thelma Brooks Starke were and in

Madison Street
\\'4-9711 743 South Walnut St. charge- A very fine meeting was I Baptist
reported with outstanding worker -

*: from all over the state pre-

ellt. I
-- -'eo
I Fiiial Rites

The funeral of the late Katie

i PUN NOW TO SPEND THE I y j Bjiden Green will be held Friday

(Afternoon Nov. 27 at New Hope

THANKSGIVING WEEKEND AT I[Baptist Church, Rev. L. W. Mos-,I Church

ky: pastor officiating. Mrs. Green
was a native of Morgan, Ga. but:

b has lived in Starke for the past I II

ELLINORVILLAGE 35 years. She was a faithful member I .
'
I- of New Hope Baptist Church. I

,She leaves to mourn her passing a

I devoted husband, four sisters, one

S .brother a host of grandchildren,: -. .- REV.. GARNIE A. BRAND

!nitces, nephews and other relatives r'
and friends. Ducan Brothers ,
in ORMOND BEACH of Gainesville, have charge of j

the funeral arrangements. 1 ,,, (First Baptist Church Fitzgerald, Ga.)

5 DAYS AND 4 FAMILY OF 4 CHURCH NEWS .

\ NIGHTS ONLY $27.09 176 OF 650 UNITS I. New Bethel Baptist Church '

J) (Shorter Stays- SEPT. 1 JAN. I Rev. A. B.Vinson, pastor held annual ; = EVANGELIST

$6.75 per night) Women's Day with Mrs.. ;
Lizzie Hankerson chairman and
?
I Four swimming pooh .
I Mis. Corean McNeil, co-chairman-

Speed World's most famous beach 'The program was a tremendous

. Birthplac' Free golf greens fees success.: A total of $619. 89 was g :J '- MONDAY'THRU FRIDAY :

raised by the car groups. The win- _
Celebrato\1. NighHy entertainment at the Ellinor ner was Mrs. Marie Thomas, driver -

\, Village Country Club of The Big M" A very interesting .
.
Rff.Gala (November 30 December 4) .
.. f featuring: 24 Hour nuaefy & baby sitter service program was presentedthrot -. .
of events .
week ih ut the day with Mrs.:
roe RESRVATIONS 01 AOOITIONAt IN-
Maurice White, Fannye Belle
contest FORMATION CAll OUNCE Z-6M1 01
Beauty eotactiost motorgyda WRITE DEPT. W-9T j t trf Fraaer and Mrs. l"? S. Pierce as 7:30: P.M.
AMA speakers for the three services. De-

races ELL8IOIt l fires Jenkins served as supt. of

loOt tam Jj.e Sunday School. The chairmenand

firerks Meet VILLAGE ; I car dri"CfSish to thank all .

e N' tio erMpLarhAssn Veteran er-d Bendy t s 1 persons who made this program : '

-' 'tit Ylntoga Car RerMa : I 1 I cue of the grandest in the history "For the. wages of sin is death, but. the-gilt of God is eternal tifos'
Car Oub "cd'Cub of the church. Pauline Marshall !

spon H reporter.
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,. t r 11.,6' Rev.Allen L. A.dupe Sampson, AME pastor Church will through Christ our Lord." Romans 6:23.r :

hold Sunday School at 10 a. m.wish r

+r Supt. Irene Thomas in I .. .. .

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Mrs. O. C.: CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL I: Winners In The Telegraph's Annual 1I iii iiiil


Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pace spent
several days in Fort Jackson S. C. il I '
viating: their son Calvin They attended i'll i'llI
his graduation from basic
training Friday evening. Calvin
was transferred to Fort Knox,
Kentucky.Mr. Contest
I Turkology I!
and Mrs. O. E. Crosby entertained -
members of her Sunday
School class at dinner Sunday.
Guests were Misses Joan Harrington I
Linda Lyons. Linda Edwards, '
V 4r '
Annie Lou Browning and Diane 'I
Spence. In the afternoon they
'with other members of Bayless *
Highway Church including the .. sir
pl3torisitf'd Mrs. Lizzie Bryantof
Starke entertaining her with t.... t. __ .'
Thanksgiving songs and cheer.
Mr. & Mrs. L. M. Noegel -- .
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck 3rd and .: --
baby of Jacksonville spent Friday ".. Mr*. Ford ManningP. "
night and Saturday with her parents 203 E. Jackson, St. ..f -:....:..... .
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rich- Starke, Ffc. P. 0: Box 664 __. ,.. .:;1; ".
N'
arde. Sunday they went to Pa- :
l hAth to visit his mother Mrs. ( t Starke, Fla J -

Lyle Buck Jr. "Thank giving means the family __ .
Mrs. A. R. Brunner returned to
all together, plenty to eat, ,
her home Tuesday after being in "Thanksgiving means a time for
the hospital for several weeks. We and even cranberries with the thought. When I think bark
are pleased U> hear that she is turkey. It means brisk, cool ., zr over the year I realize how
improving. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. weather, and trees with their many blessings I have received. I
Brunner for the weekend were leaves turning brown. It means j When I think of my blessings' I .
their nephew Jimmy Brunner of each year a new awareness of ;a know how thankful I am for .' "

..Auburndale and Mr.their and son Mrs.anddaughterinlaw just how much we have to be /'' them. .... ...._ *.
Ronnie Brunner and children of thankful for. I'm thankful to -: .: "J:_. "Let us all stop and realizehow :ti 1I ;.'.-.
Gainesville.Mr. liveIIi Florida where a 30.de- ... ,. much we have to be thank- ', : ,m I
and Mrs. Pete Harrell recently $1'r, then give thanks as our
usual not 30 below. Also, "
visited relatives in Georgia.Mrs. a I forefathers did.
Hicks and children spent I'm just thankful to have another r
the weekend with relatives in day. with my family."
Macclenny: while Mr. Hicks was ".'>. .
hunting.Mr. re
and Mrs. Raymond Reddingand \ 'S _
children of Wildwood spent __ .
the weekend with her parents .
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Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Starling. : ;. :-f'.-' .
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.n.d family.
Little Linda Edwards spent Saturday

Mr.and night with Mrs. her Tom grandparents. Edwardsof -i I Nice Thanksgiving Turkeys Have Been Presented To The Above Winners ,

Mr.Brooker.and Mrs. M. C. Roberts I With The Compliments Of The Merchants Listed Below And The Bradford
vUited his mother. Mrs. J. M. I
Roberts Sunday in Baptist Hos-
pital, Jacksonville. (I I County Telegraph
Mrs R. S. Rosier Of Lowell I
spent the weekend with her I 'I I .
daughter: Mrs. Clarice Thompson I I'''I: Ii. .-.
1 II. M. Richarde spent Saturday ,
i :
night and Sunday visiting Mr. and ,. I
I .
Mrs. Ray Cooper of Jasper. Mr.
Richarde said the Coopers are 4
busy remodelling their home.Theyare Ritch's Fruit-ft Gift Starke Hardware '
Co.
former State Farm residents. Shop Western Auto Associate Store ..
Coy Alvarez of Palatka spent I I w
the weekend with his parents. Mr. I ;. _.
.
. and Mrs. T G. Alvarez. I,

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i I I Edwards Grocery & Meat Market Barksd 1 le's Department Store Goldwire Servicenter : : 1


Bjr Mrs. Sybil Griff

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Mrs.night A bridal Patsy at the shower Hamilton home of was last Mrs.given Monday Louise for : B. T. Thomas Lumber Company j The Farmer's Supply Seeber Goodman's Service Station

RosierAbout:: 30 women enjoyed
the party. Hostesses were Mrs.
.
Liilie Morgan Mrs. Wanda Sapp : "
and :Mrs. Louise Rosier.

tht mass Evergreen attendance meeting Baptist held banner Church at at Airpark won the I Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke H. C. Wall Insurance Agency Florida Theatre '::

Baptist Church Thursday night. ...' 1 -
Members of Evergreen Baptist
Church enjoyed a fried chicken -
.. ., .
supper Friday with singing and ".

ford.fellowship. attended Glen St.following.from Mary Heilbronn and Several Macclenny visitors Rai-! -- i.I Koch h Drug Store < [\ .. it Gib Brown's Service StationShuford's Williams Jewelry ..
r
.,
} Five members attended luncheon I ; ;
meeting of the WMU Wednesday -
at the church.

Mrs. Mrs.J. E. Norman Allen Wainwright visited herJosler I Starke Builders Inc. 1. I

Monday in Jacksonville. Supply, v Standard Service Station : Silcox Cities ServiceNoegel's ) :
Mrs. Julia Hall of Jacksonvilleis ; ::
visiting her son and daughter- #,
f'i-law. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mc-
Clellan. R .| I
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellanwere .
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Lawson . .. -
and mother.Mrs. Leslie McClellan and Grocery and Market ; Terwillegar Motors Auto Sales : .4

Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. I ..
Futch for Sunday dinner were I
their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. ,. I
and Mrs. Leon Sauls and familyof

McStephison ny Hampton Crews and: of Mr.Mr.Jacksonville and and Mrs.Mrs.John-Owen; Mr. I Volley Starlings Grocery & Market Charley L Johns Agency United Farm Agency ." > I

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and Mrs. Johnny Crawford of *r*
Macclenny, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy I /
Priest of Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Futch spent I : oO -

Johnny Friday Miss Lita night Crawford Futch with of visited Mr.Macclenny.and her Mrs.sister -f i Brownlee & Chasteen V. .J'- Starke Radio and T.V. Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co.

i' .
Mrs. Lean Sauls Friday night

at Hampton. ..,
Visitors in our home this week
were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mc- ;

fis Donald Walker Jr.,of and Mr.Jacksonville and three Mrs.children Clyde and, Grif-Gary Rev. i.j'i (,rl I I Hart Furniture Company t;. W. L Thigpen, Jr., Builder .. Cate-Hendry Chevrolet ;. I II

ana Mrs. J. E. Norman and son. I _
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James.
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Several I .. -- *
members of the Ever = .
green church cleaned the church i V-


and tf paration The Mrs.grounds children J.for S-the Sapp last and church Friday Sr. helped in pre-I'her I t Gn._ Jewelry ;r : \ 1'-' \.Bay....,:...-. Service Station A i... j Gay's Home Appliances i?. ,.

I : -
cerebrate her birthday with a surprise ,. t:.' ''-: ,
:
dinner recently. ... ..
Don't forget the Thanksgiving I .. -.:

with Revival Jacksonville Rev.starting Marvin as speaker.Thursday Stedham Brother'night of : I II I ,'A Earl's Garage -, J &JBuilding Supplies, Inc. Starke Recap'I Co. i Ill

McKee of Oak Grove Baptist .' ..\ .'
Church will be the speaker Friday ll .. '. ; .. ,. 4a- : .. '... I'I
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and Brother J. E. Lingerfelt Saturday ....>< ."....J..1.,; ':'" "',---\ .-- < .., .' ..... ,,, .. t 5' ;'-, : ... .:: ....."'!: ,- ;l" .';:-"rl I :: ,.,. I j
night.

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