Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 3, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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The Palatka High Maroons Palatka Coaches Map Bowl Strategy Maroon Quarterbacks

Host Team In The 1959 Strawberry Bowl Smith, Holt, Hull, Jamesson, Bennett Barrentine, Smith, Hughes



Official County Publication Established In 1879 Here Saturday


Council Considers Bid On New Well; t r Law EnforcementMay I!i Christmas Parade day berry The at Bowl 8 stage p.m.charity in is Bradford set football for the Park.game fifth annual to be played Elks Club here Straw-Satur-

I Eyes Tighter Rules For Taxi Firms Be Issue Friday Nightf; \I I I teams Pitted of the against area,each the Palatka other will:Maroons be two with top a prep 7-3 football record,

and Terry parker Braves of Jacksonville with 631.

The apparent low bid for install"tton was Stores Open I'i! I In urging attendance and sup-
necessary. In Poll
I Lawtey i port bythe public of the current
! of a city well at the site of National Cash Register repre- : I Contest Berry Bowl edition John Kope-
the new elevated water tank on sented by C. 1.. Guinn offered a Santa's arrival in Starke will! lousos. chairman of the event,
Pratt Street was recommendedfor bid of $8,530 on the billing ma- I
Citizens of Lawtey will elect a pointed out that receipts go to
acceptance at Tuesday night's chine and $2,990ith a $750 be a feature of the annual parade i
mayor marshal, clerk and three the support of the Elks' Harry-
Council meeting by A. SCooper trade-in on the present machine, councilmen Tuesday, Dec. 8. to be held Friday night Dec. 4, Rules GiveHomeowners Anna Home for Crippled Childrenat

of Reynolds Smith & Hills, city j for a total of $10,770 including a Mayor Charles ShUford incum- at 7 p.m. according to an announcement Umatilla.
consulting engineers. Final accept- year's service.
bent, is opposed by D. B. Thomas, yesterday by Robert and businessesare Kopelousos said that the Terry
of the
ance bid
delayed until
was Since bids asked
the next council meeting so that ) that were for aw.Sixtyfour. former city marshall and E. L Mclntire. executive director of[ reminded to enter the annual Parker Band and the Bradford
equipment will meet the need
Massey, presently a city council- High School Band will stage half-
the time and method of paymentcan of all city utilities billing, including man. the Chamber of Commerce. ,.: Christmas lighting contest being time shows at the bowl event. He

be worked out. natural gas Council decided Present marshall Mitchell McIntire said the parade would sponsored this year by the Cham- praised the local band for makingan

The base Wd of $22,222.22, submitted to meet with City Auditor George Brown, whose traffic law enforce- : form in front of Denmark's on ber of Commerce. Cash prizes appearance at no cost to the

by Gray Well & Pump. Co. .Dandclake for more complete in: met! ftas aroused the objections I West Call Street. bowl in
calls I The parade, aril) be awarded In the contest, order to help add color to
Jacksonville, for a 600-\formation on the needs and capa-: of Peninsula Motor Club of Tampa route will be east along Call I the event,
foot well with 12-inch casing anda bilities of the machines I I which is open to all persons residing -I
offered.A I ,is opposed by D. E. Boatwright, Street to Thompson, thence north, II I Area coaches have been invited
700-gallon per minute capacity parking meter and Carl VanZant.Mrs. within the city limits of
circling the post office block backto I to serve: as judges, and awards will

pump. be invited to the next Coun- Ethel Reddish is unopposedfor call street, and west to: start- Starke. I be presented to the outstanding

Variations' of the base bid, with cil meeting for a discussion of the city clerk. All three jobs are ing point. Those wishing to enter the con- I back and outstanding lineman at

additions and or deductions in need and cost of new meters for for one year terms. 'Mclntire said that all !entries test may register by mailing a I a banquet to be held after the

cost, allowing for difference in size the streets now covered. It was Four,have quamied; for three are welcome,_ as long as they are postcard to the Chamber of Com- I game in the Starke Elementary

of well and kind of pipe used, pointed out that many of the Years Together two-year terms on the city coun related to the Christmas ({story. I I School cafetorium.
were also included. The consulting meters merce or by applying in person
present are out of order,
cil. They are Dave Shuford incumbent :Most stores will remain open
engineers at the office' on North Temple
recommended the 16- making enforcement difficult.A Mi. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews of Pictured with Mr. and Mrs. Andrews -; and present chairman, during the pararl hours 'for the 1 i Avenue. Coroner's Inquest
Inch ,
well with steel casing, at an decision on new taxi licens- Starke celebrated their 64th wedding I : are their children Il-rl: W. P. Kemp incumbent, Earl convenience of Christmas shoppers -II I exterior
estimated cost of $21,777.96 also Only and interior displays
ing requirements was postponeduntil anniversary with a family Reddish R- Andrews New River; Teston, and B- C. Kelly. Mclntire. said. Set For MondayCounty
allowing for variations, in pipe the city attorney can obtain The,"' election 'will '..' that are visible from the
reunion Tuesday
I on Thanksgiving Day at Mrs*>J.""Moreland.. Jacksonville: \ give street will be considered in 1
reeded drilled Judg-
epth etc.
They state regulations. It is plannedto the New River Baptist Church.Mr. Chester Andrews. New River; and Lawtey voters their first; chanceto I Judge T. A. Yawn said
explained that the '
larger well judging the contest. All displays
have an ordinance preparedthat Andrews is 86, and Mrs. Andrews Guy Andrews, Starke. register approval or disapproval CC'Banquet1 'y .steroay.that he had set 2 p. m.ltondaJ' .
would provide the must be lighted between the hoursof
present water will make
taxi regulations of Marshal Brown's controversial I as the time for recon-
needs of the city as well as for more stringent in the city so that I traffic'law; enforcement efforts in 6:30 p. m. and 11 p. m. on Dec- vening a coroner's jury to renderits

20? to 30 years of estimated popu-I the safety of passengers will be 34.Cage recent months.Fuel Set For TonightMilton 22. 23, and 24. final verdict in the drowningof

lation growth. They also said that' assured.A Season Prison Employe I' 'was added to the fire this I I Three cash prizes will be awarded four patients of Sunland Train

the larger well, with consequent I' for the best home (outdoor)
request for a light near RJE week when Peninsula :Motor Club ing Center at Crystal Lake on
shorter draw-down 'lighting and ,
would decorating display
providea i school was referred to R. S. Was- started giving wide publicity to : Folds of the Industrial Nov. 20. The patients drowned
possible saving in materials and one prize for the best com-
including -!I din for his Opens Friday Hurt when small boat in which they
opinion as to feasibility. Critically the large number cases made Development Department of the a ,
pipe at $12 a foot.A Brown mercial (business) display. ride
I by against out-of-county Florida Development Commission, were taking an unauthorized

later offer by the pump company Mrs. Carolyn Redgrave of the! motorists on improper passing] Tallahassee, will be/ guest speaker, Judging will be based on artistic on the Jake, capsized.

approved by the engineers City Hall staff substituted at the BHS Cagers open their 1959 John W. (Jess) Wfflard 64, an charges. The Club has criticized at the annual Chamber of Com-! merit, originality, lighting

was for installation of an 18-inch meeting for City Clerk Merrill I season against Lake City here employee of the State Prison and)Brown for making no in-county merce banquet here Thursday i techniques, and ingenuity. Any MAYOR'S COURT,
well with a 3.000 GPM test, to resident appropriate Christmas theme
or Edwards Starke, was seriously I arrests the same charge and
who was attending a natural -[ Friday with the B squad. game on night. The event will start
pump the well for its greatest gas meeting in Daytona scheduled for 6:30 and the I I injured about 4:30 p.m. Mondayin for other practices including fail- promptly at 7 p.m. in the Starke may be used. Cases on the docket of Mayor's
capacity with 40-foot draw- ( The contest will be Judged by
a an auto collision on to uniform and
Beach with Wesley Davis, who Highway ure wear drivingan Elementary School Cafeteria. Court Monday were:
down, whichever came first, for squad main event set for 8:00.: I 116. west.I unmarked car while on duty. out of town judges.Rainall .
was employed last week as super-' Robert Mclhtire, CC executive Barbara Jean Whitfield, diser
the same base price. The company Coach Carleton Koch announced I I Mr. Willard's chest
intendent of the city's natural gas was crushed Hampton: Dunn an official of director said that a large number
d conduct taking dress.
rly by a
suggested that if the well was distribution system. Mr. Davis had t his probable starting lineup by the impact and his condition the Club, aired these criticisms ina of door prizes will be distributed Totals ;

tested before the pump was ordered I formerly worked for Slade Gas t tas: Billy Hekabeck. 'center; Lar-I'I was described yesterday as "poor"by talk to a Dade City civic club during the evening, and group .. $37.50 bond forfeited:

a saving in material could Co. I to' Elder, and Dickie Dixon f orvards his attending physician. He is this week and was quoted by George Griffin, driving while
singing! led by G. T. Huggins, 80 Inches
be effected so that the original drinking $102.50 bond forfeited;
Councilman Ruby Johns was i( ; Woody Strickland, guard; in Bradford County Hospital. United Press International news will be another feature of the I
base price would still be met. This absent due to illness. 'with Jim Malone and Marion Cot- Kenneth Elixson. of 464 McMa- service, serving papers around Thomas Roy Woods, reckless

was the offer the Council plansto I I .!', tie vying for the other guard pos- Ion St., Starke, whose car.collided the world. program.A committee composed by Mrs.Cl'de .I In 11 Months driving by excess speed, $27.50

accept. ition. with Willard's was charged Brown was also featured in an Mrs. t"nd forfeited;
Gas Line Work Terwillegar chairman.
Depth of the well and consequent I With a team that is lacking in with failure to yield right-of-way, interview on TV Channel 4 news- Logan T. Gay, :Mrs. James T.I An average of more than 80 Inches Henry Maise public intoxication
cost of pipe needed will depend height [only two boys over six when he of rain recorded in Brad-
causing an accident, and posted cast Tuesday, was QUe- Moore, and Mrs,H. A. Bishop Jr. was $27.50 bond forfeited;
on the depth at which the Behind Schedule feetl), and only three lettermen $102.40 bond. ried concerning his failure to arrest will have charge of decorating for 'I ford County during the first 11 George Hallon Payne, reckless

amount of water needed is reached. i I pack from last year. Coach Koch Police Chief Riley Sweat, who local drivers and other con- the ,banquet. I months of 1959. driving, $27.50 bond forfeited:

I I Installation of the city's natural j described the outlook at presentas investigated the accident said oversial matters.IRonald C. R. Hager is in charge of advance Readings at the county's three George Wendell Erickson, reckless

Tenvillegar Motors was awarded gas distribution system, started "not too promising" in early that Elixson apparently failed tp ticket sales. Tickets 'fire towers show Santa Fe leading driving, causing an accident

the bid on two half-ton pickup -I, Mov. 3, is behind schedule with .season games. He predicted however -i I stop when entering Highway 16 Crawford I also 'be obtained at the door may at ;with a total of 81.75 inches for $27.50 bond forfeited;

trucks, one with utility service about 15 per cent instead of the 1 that the team should be able I I at its intersection with Brownlee I the 11-month period. Louis Hill

body although the total low bid]I estimated 28 per cent of the mains|to turn out a farily colorful brand I Road and smashed into the side ?2 per person. tower was second with 7950 and .
was higher by ?7 than that of' j jof ball later on. I' Named By Sun ".--- .' -.1 '-'." -o .'
laid according to report of Willard's the .. -
a progress car as prison em- I New River a close third with 7940. :;;; .
Lynch. Davidson Motors of Jack A and B squad games will bej I I1&yPd '! I 7 '1' ., ;- :. \ Jti..
dated Nov. 20 and preparedby 'ployee was driving home from ColfClubPro Satsuma Fire Tower, east of '.d. .ot... .
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sonville. with Macclenny here on For Line HonorsRonald t..l.
R. L. Patterson of Reynolds work. Kingsley Lake led in the area .,. ;' \ '"
The Terwillegar bid was for Smith and Hills, who is inspectingthe Dec. 11. t ... ,
with a total of 85.63 inches from
11.713.50:: and $2,030.50, while Admission to home games is 75 J
for the
job city. Tornado
Pecan Auction Totals Crawford Jan. 1 through Nov. 30.
Lynch bid $1,999 and 1752. Har- The contract with Brown and cents for adults, and 25 cents for guard, was selected last week at Hired By BoardCharles November rainfall was less than

dy Brothers, who also bid offered of Atlanta Ga. calls for I students. the
Stephens Given For November "Lineman of the Week" by normal with New River tower reporting -
Dodge trucks 'with the required 13,300 feet of four inch main, and 1
I in
,Gainesville Daily Sun area (Scotty) Carr, who hasa 3.25 inches for the month;
equipment for 1758.37 and $2- C0.080 feet of two inch main. As Gen. F. L. Wergeland i Pecans sold at the Starke StateI high school footbalL lifetime 'background in golfing,! Louis Hill 2.70: and Santa Fe 23.

080.37. of last week 10,513 feet or about i I I Farmers Market NovemberI ,
1 during i Crawford was selected for the has been employed as Only one woods fire was reported Fk
Bids were also opened on utili- 7&! per cent, of the four inch piper Praises Hospital I I I totaled 139,447 pounds, with a .honor:: on the basis of his great keeper and "pro" for the greens-Starke during the past week with w

ty billing machines. Burroughs I r nd none of the two inch had been After Visit Here I gross return to growers of $45- pay in the final minutes of the Golf and Country Club it was two acres burned. Fires reported

Corp., through zone manager Fred laid. D. J. Stephens of the con- I 349.82 for the month. Average Tornado-Green Cove Springs since Jan. 1 were 32 with 172.1
announced this week
C. Desher, offered a machine for tracting firm said last week that Brig. Gen Floyd L. Wergeland,.,price paid per pound was 32 1-2 game which ended hi' a 7-7 tie. Terwillegar, president of by the Clyde club acres burned. Last year during the

$7,201 and suggested that the they were awaiting a shipmentof cents. The came close to being a
executive director of the game board of directors. same period there were 103 fires,

no-remittance control machineSTRAWBERRY I smaller size pipe. r.nts' Medical Care Depend-I The final auction of the season Green Cove victory..,however and Carr. a native of Scotland with 615.6 acres burned-
I The main line starts at the city
I would have been if Crawford and
which provides a was held at the market Thursday, comes to Starke from Fort My

I gate on SR 229 west of the city gram of medical care for depend i Dec. 3. Buyers will be at the i.his buddies on the line had not ers, where he was'pro at Lehigh Randy Johns .
limits and to Orange street w.a
goes ents of members of the uniformed market daily, however, until the'stopped a last-minute bid by Clay Acres He has had
I golf course. a
where one branch turns south,
services, was a visitor at Bradford end of the season for growers I to upset BHSJ; '
hand in "all
The building courses over Hurt In
at Lafayette street. Mishap
ending i
Clay was on the Tornado one-
BOWL County Hospital on Thanksgiving -I who want to make cash sales. the U. S." and was club
SR 16 through the : championof I
other' goes on loot line with 13 seconds to play. -
I ; Day. i iG'n. several clubs in Scotland be-
eastern section of town endingon Halfback Bill Downing hit between While HuntingA
December 5th Brownlee east of the railroad. Wergeland was passing Hi-Y InductionSet guard.and center on the fore coinIng to this country in
Starke his to at-
through on way
Bradford ParkPALATKA Service lines contracted for, of the game for
final play trying
tend in Fort For accident
a meeting Sunday bunting brought ser-
none which has been laid, include the touchdown. Crawford and I Carr is married and he
I 63,080 feet of three-fourth inch and decided to stop here to in- threw the ball carrier and his wife, are residing in the ious injury last Friday morning Bags A Buck
uire if the local hospital was being An induction ceremony for ten company to Randy Johns, young employeof
vs. TERRY PARKER pipe and 420 feet of two inch pipe. back and kept intact the Tornadoes W. E. Murphree cottage on Kings-
reimbursed promptly by the I new members of the Hi-Y Club Clay Electric Cooperative and
The contractor will take the pipeto string of 15 Keystone Con- ley Lake. They are members of Louisiana Style
Sponsored By the customer's meter. government under the medical will be held at 7:30 o'clock sun- without single de- the Presbyterian denomination.Work k former BHS star athlete,
ference games a
day night in the First Baptist Johns and two companions,
care program. .
t Elks Lodge Although it was planned that on the golf course is pro- '
Gen. the Church. Harold Jams Thomas and T. sgt. James H. Gasaett of
Wergeland praised Tyus, presidentof feat.Crawford Dudley Hardy,
pipe would be jacked under all has been fine performer gressing well with favorable 'I
local hospital highly stating thatit the club, states that the publicis a were, hunting near Graham last Stare, now stationed at Barks-
city streets the contractor has met for Coach Len Register all weather, and the No. 1 fairway
was one of the finest small hospitals cordially invited to attend the I Friday morning. Johns shot a dale Air Force Base in Louisana,
with stumps under some bas been cleared and work started
pine and' plays both offensively -
This Space Contributed that he had ever inspected. ceremony. year ways, rabbit, and attempted to finish is pictured with the 140-pound
streets making it necessary to open and defensively. The 7-2-1 : on another. Two bulldozersare
:killing it by hitting it in the head buck he recently bagged on the
Weekly to Publicize a ditch across the streets- Mr. record by BHS was made with fine doing the. heavy work.
with the butt end of his shotgun. Barksdsle reservation.Sgt. .
Patterson reported that the con- Social SecurityA Camera Club NoticeThe offensive; blocking and some good The site for the club .has been .
The impact caused the gun to fire Gassett writes:
Community Events by tractor was unable to bore under defensive work, such as the per- cleared and it is hoped that actual hunters around Starke
discharging the entire load of
any crossing from Washington representative of the Gainesville Camera Club, sponsored by formance in the Green Cove game. construction of the building will
like to what the
shot into Jobns'lef might see
THE COMMUNITY street to Can street because of the Social Security office,will be the City Recreation Department, Crawford is a 160-poound junior get under way in the near future. thigh. game
His Is like out here in northwestern
at the courthouse at 9:30 a.m. will meet at 8 Monday night, companions put him In their
stumps. p.m. The Is located
playing his second year of varsity golf course on
Louisiana. antlersaren't
STATE BANKOF Approximately 400 persons have Thursday, Dec. 10, for the purposeof Dec. 7, in the Chamber of Com- football.: He Is the son of Mr. and property purchased from H. B. car and rushed him to Bradford Although the
County Hospital where (2-point-
STARKE signed as prospective customersfor conducting social security bus- merce office. Meetings will be Mrs. O. L. Crawford of Route 1, Peyton, between Highways 16 and blood transfusions have multiple been ers), he very dressed impressive out at about. 90-
natural gas service. iness. held on the first and third Mondays Starke. 230, east of Starke.
of each month. given. pounds of tender delirious veni-



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I i I,Mrs. Robert Barksdale were Mr. Thanksgiving day guests, Joe and family of Gainesville f ; for a short business meeting, and Mrs. Lonzo Starling
G. II I and Mrs. J- W. Home and son. baisden: and Mrs. Martha Holliday 1 Saturday evening visitors |Sets Goal Of $500 presided over by Mrs. M. H. Long of Lawtey, a son, Steven Lonzo
II--. James. of Hampton Billy Home Jacksonville M. D.-Carter of Rai* : and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli.Mrs. j l leader. Xov. 24.
I Ii cf Homestead, Mrs. C. G. Barks- fOld Mr. and Mrs: Oscar Carter, W. Underwood' For OfferingA Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thornton of
t IiN It i dale and Mrs. Lula Mott of and -Mr. and Mrs. Morris Carter. C. S. Hides of Greensboro 'I Mrs. F. F. Flume reported thata starke, a daughter Donna Elaine
t SLarke.Record. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulknerof and Mr.and Mrs. C. S. goal of $500 for the Lottie box had been sent to Hong.,Nov. 24.
THC NEW i the Joys of Christmas- Jacksonville: were visitlngrMr. and family of Tampa Moon Christmas offering was set Kong China at the meeting of Ida I II F Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gamble
Tape Recorders $85 and up at and Mrs. Paul Faulkner on Sun end guests of Mr. and at the regular monthly meeting I Darby Circle in the church. Mrs. ',of Raiford, a daughter Benita

1. ...- ...,_ _.. ... .. ...-.-_-_-- ....-......._.... !i Bullington's TF t day.Mrs. Sheppard. cf the executive committee of the F. B. Beard presided over the ,Denise, Nov. 30.
. air Extra Bobbins save time. -Stock I W. B. Sewell and Miss I Mr. and Mrs.Tom Slade, First/Baptist WMU at 11:30 Tues- .meeting, attended by nine mem- Mr. and Mrs. William Gatlin
Mrs. Harry Chesser underwent Mrs. Roger Guissinger and children np with Singer Bobbins at Den-I Virginia Sewell attended! the con sons of Jacksonville were day in the church. A covered dish !brs. of Starke, a daughter Penny Susan -

surgery Monday in Doctor's Hos- of Baton Rouge, La. will arrive I mark Furniture Co. tf cert given by Miss Delores Wilson ,I giving guests of Mr- and luncheon followed the executive I Dec. 1.
h-.1 Monday to spend the holidays -j Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lee and"coloratura soprano from the Metropolitan H. Slade. Sr. meeting which was presided over Recent Births I I
O ITI' 'pital.Mrs.. Dan Harris and Miss and j' family moved on Friday to 600 N. Opera Association, given Rev. and Mrs. Donald by the president, Mrs. J. A. Gnf- -
with her ,
parents I'
Ave., Deland.Mr by the Civic Music Association' and of fin. !!'!
Elaine Sykes: of Jacksonville were family Apopka Bradford
I County Hospital announces Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Smith of
Mrs. W. B. Sewell. Mr. Guissinger
Mrs. R. N. Hardy of the Washington Hotel After the luncheon the programwas
IV. Tuesday luncheon guests of Mrs. and at George over-night guests-.Thursday the following births: Live Oak were Thanksgiving
(/aria will join his family for Christmas. :Pcmpano Beach were weekend(I pin Jacksonville Wednesday 'even- and Mrs. Drew Reddish. prrsented by Mrs. M. F. Ha- Mr.
"W. B. Mundy and Mrs. J. B. Sapp. and Mrs. Bob Badgett of guests of Mr. and. Mrs. X. M.
J ... Mrs. George Jordan and familyof Merrill Edwards, City Clerk, and j guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Crass -1 ling. Attending the annual zrn. prayer chairman, assisted by Starke a daughter Linda Lou Smith.
a a.. Alma, Ga. were weekend guestsof 11 Oscar Davis of the City Power I Iby, Sr. and family. The Hardys f I' Mr. and Mrs. Garland Pamell Auxiliary district meeting ?!rs. L.G. Powell, Mrs. L. D. Haines --
'and Mr.and Mrs. Crosby, Jr. attended 'of Savannah. Ga. were weekend Robert Meyer Hotel in Mrs. J. E. Hildebran and Mrs. I
Mrs. Ben Faulkner and family. Plant attended the American Gas! Men's Clothing
? -. Association School in Daytona j I' the Gator Bowl game on guests of Mr. and Mrs. K- G.Dun- ville today are Mrs. P. G. A. W. King. STORE II
Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chitty and IiLLY';;
Beach from Monday through j Saturday. can. They all attended the Drig- Mrs. T. O. Ritch. Mrs. Established 1894 Ihi
son spent Thanksgiving weekend Thursday. j Mr. and :Mrs. John Torode had gers family reunion in Lake But 'Smith. Mrs. C. E. Johns, Helen Masters! Circle met with :i
with Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Chitty in 10 members present, and Mrs.;;
Thanksgiving guests at their campin ler on Sunday. K Simmons M'sC A.
a a. Mrs. Gertie Ward returned Mon-
. Lakeland, Ga. day after spending a week with I the Scrub, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre visited rind Mrs. Bert McMaines. Betty Byrd presiding. It was an- The perfect tribute to l 1
!I Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Gill relatives in Live Oak on Sun- Mrs. Bertha Pearce of nounced that Mrs. M. B. Jordan
Kev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley and a cherished
.. ) I Mrs. Pauline Torode, Ben Rowland and sister. Mrs. W. T- sill replace: Mrs. Byrd as leader, memory .
-.-. -- family in Dothan. Ala. 1 day.Purchase
i::? :: ==e for Cameras !: and Shi Smith. any model of Singer t Oakland Park spent last since the latter is moving from t
:--:-Z'-"-.- ,, ... .,--=.- Headquarters Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen and I Sewing Machine At Denmark and Friday with another Starke on Dec. 15. Every funeral that we conduct
. r.n : .1> ::: Movie Polaroid, Slide, Flash-atj
=: :-=.&, :;:; Ir_..-'i-.. ..Zrr" .. I Bullin ton's. TF children Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and I j Furniture Co. tf I Mrs. G. V. Phillips, in is a source sustaining!
: 't .7; =Tfs..;. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Outlaw and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins returned i Mr. and Mrs. Comer Brownlee Circle met at the solace and spiritual inspiration I ,
.,. i=}f= =--::_ Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby and family spent the long weekend in Tuesday froma month's visit in of Jacksonville were I ; to the family. ,

u'=",,=':.:=::--::- ==::===---- family of Perry were Sunday Atlanta, Ga. with Mrs. J. W. Lee. Nofoik Va. with Dr. and :Mrs. B.I|f''d. y guests of Judge and Hunter i J

), guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0'1 Mrs. Outlaw and children spent i A. Pope, Jr. and family. .,,K Perryman, and Mr. Special Hundreds of details are managed and economical
u. Dansby. two days with Mr. and Mrs. C. Buddy Baker of Jacksonville j!L- A. Davis. 12 Ca. 16 Ga 20 Ga. I ly attended to that
: MIs. Belle McCormick and Mrs. I,W. Crawford in Covington. Ga. I spent the weekend with Jimmy ;:\ Mr. and :Mrs. H. H. 410 Ga. Also 22 Shells w: organization only a trained and careful
he SGGLEIELD 'Ada Kelly of Raiford were !Mr. Outlaw and :Mr. Chasteen Lawson. : and family spent can perform when the urgent neee

)YIfw. Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Laura !|were hunting in the mountains Of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Sexton and I III >day with her parents.Mr. 10% OFF :, for serving is at hand.

!JeferenceBlble Colley and family. i|.,North Georgia for three days. children of Decatur, Ga. were..3- L. Kennedy, in : DeWITT
'ft;1Jd 1,Rc..C.LSwfieldD.D/ Freddie Blackburn spent the'Tney all attended the Georgia- II weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. : Mr. and Mrs. Crosby BEST BUY IN TOWN C. JONES

AiiistedjWhh'Chain by.Eminent Scb.-' :Ong weekend in Washington, D.:.I Georgia Tech football game on I Calvin Johns. I['''I'of Jacksonville were See Our Prices Before You !II FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE: SERVICE
ItWpa1PagM) .Needed'i ') C. 1'Saturday. I. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Herlong and I I'parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. Buy! I PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4.2610 ,

i References, Revved' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dankel, Sr.,! Personalized Christmas Gifts- family of Jacksonville spent the I i'man. on Sunday. They II I tt> furnish the highest i ; type sea-ke at lowest pikes. and
[iMarghbl Renderings FropheoeaHarranizcd. Miss Mary Dankel and Mr. and I Bibles. Billfolds.! Stationary and weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. F.. home their daughters, IMPERIAL ANY life insurance policy in force, is rtlt. Books of till Bttk Mrs. J. A. Dankel Jr. of Waycross, Napkins at Bnllington's TF Herlong.Mr. Paula, who had spent SERVICE STATION payment in part or in full company M
tAII.Jyud and many other fa* of Mr.' Mrs. G- L. Chapman of Lake and Mrs. Carl Motes and with their on funeral service. Consultation
Ga. were weekend guests end gnm
msto 301 csrrics
KMcuodcat. Highway North no obligation.
'jure* CTCTT_ _
I. ten days with and Mrs. G. E. McGauley of Pa-
and Mrs. N. S. Dankel.Mr. City is spending Replace your old II
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Chapman and latka spent Sunday with Mr. and with
and Mrs. David Reid and chine belt a new
family. Mrs. Charles Hardy. They brought I from Denmark Furniture
BULLINGTONSTUDIO family of Jacksonville and Mr.
''I.. and Dolph Reddish and family of Miss Temple Hess of Jacksonville 'back Franklin and Chace Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Dave RCA VICTOR'S
FSU the overnight who had spent the weekend in FALL SPECIALBIG
and was
& GIFT SHOP Starke were Thanksgiving guestsof as Sunday guests, Mr.
guest Wednesday of last week of\Palatka with friends and relatives.Mr. .\
Starke, Florida Chief and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter Ervin Andrews and son
also of FSU. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and
MI .at Santa Fe lake. Miss Jackie Colley .. rsville, Marcia
home for the family were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
The girls were .
Friends to send Wayne Cornell of
desiring Lylej \
.- Thanksgiving weekend.Mr. .L.W.. Barry in Brooker on Sunday. 21-INCH
Anderson a Christmas card while Capt. John Roberts Paulk
and Mrs. Bob Williamsonand Mrs. C. D. Williams and
he is touring the Mediterrean for well AFB, Montgomery.
Mrs. Castle Long of Auburn- Irene Johns spent Mrs'l i lima-
HX months may do so by address- a last Friday visitor of ,
Fussell of with Mr. and Mrs. I
FloridaTheatre dale and MrsH. W. Sunday RCA Victor
him FT-1 MrsY. A. Harris of
w.I ing : Lyle Anderson Orlando were Saturday guests of I Beck in Hendersonville, N. C. ..I..
USS HJ Ellison, DD 864 Fleet spent last Tuesday to
.Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel. Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines and I I t '
post office, New York N. Y. her daughters Mrs. H. ,
w. Singer Sewing Machine Needlesat family and Carol McRae of Mrs. Lex Green, and I ,II 1 i
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell and I ?
Denmark Furniture Co. tf Starke Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Haines i TELEVISION
family are moving this weekend Mrand Mrs. G. B. Flynn, Sr. Jr. and Mrs-E. L. Braddy of McGriff. Sr. and I.
Rev. and Mrs. E. F- -
frcm Kingsley Lake to their new and George Flynn, Jr. went to Fort Lauderdale, and Eddie Brad-
home on Ree street, parallel to Inverness Sunday to get Mrs. ay of U. of F. spent Thanksgiving ery and Mr. and Mrs. H. L .,, I i Model 210TI.fCNow
of Lake City were
Brownlee street.301'Traffic Flynn Jr. and sons who spent the :at Altamonte Springs. 4 4i
guests of Mr. and
SAT. DEC. 5 long weekend in Tampa with her Planning to attend the midwinter Montgomery.
Count. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald conference of the American
Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Legion at Daytona Beach on Sat-
McAteer. Only
.. Tops 5,000 DailyThe Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham hadas urday and Sunday are A. J.Thomas have purchased the ,
416 N.
house at l,1
. i THE SON guests at their camp in the Jr., Guy Andrews. H. H. Rabb, ,
average daily traffic count Scrub during the weekend Mr. and Jr.. John Crews, and Charles plan to move there I
or. U. S. 301, 3 1-2 miles north of sons'and Schaefer. first of the year.

OFRPBIN Waldo was 5.570, in October, Mr.Mrs.and Manley Mrs.Leavell Olin and Blalock of Hallmark Christmas Cards"When Mr. and Mrs. Arthur .95

nIn I HOOD according to a report by the State Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Andy you care enough to send field of New York Car'I.
:Eustis. Fla. and Rev.
Road Department. This repre- and he best" RCA Victor Farrell Deluxe.
Morse of Lakeland, and Mr. very Imprinted each .
Ifrt'MWill. CIN.MASco'E sented an .8 per cent increase over Mrs. Albert Foster. John Godwin, card individually hand stamped. Walter Zvoda of Tcble TV with front controls and I 89

R the daily average for October and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmondson quick service at Bullington's TF I and Eustis, were visitors speaker that can be built ."OneSet"electronic

1958, and a 21.8 per cent increase and sons of Starke. Mrs. Pearl Smith of Hawthornewas Gospel Tabernacle on fine tuning. 262 sq. !ip.

over the same month in 1954. The beauty operators of Starke a weekend guest of Mr. and picture.Transformer-lowered Deluxe

Il wn Smog ntackw Highest count in the Second attended a Beauty Clinic at Ruby Mrs Shi Smith and family.Mr. Leonard Moody chassis. Phono-jack, tone control and
mt.l.r t)201k Crrf District for October was recorded'on Johns Beauty Shop Monday even- and Mrs. L. D. Vining spent Has Birthday automatic gain control. Balanced
I U. S. 19 at Fanning Springs ing given by Clint Miller of Ottoof the past wek in Augusta, Ga. with. Fidelity FM Sound. Available in 2 The Best Buy of the Year!
tti, 1I -with a daily average of 6,563. Vienna, Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Don Joiner. Leonard Moody was beattift'l finishes.SHEPHERD'S.

..innsI KING Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and I surprised with a party
family were visiting friends in Friday' evening in honor
OF EVERY GUN Winter Park and Apopka on Saturday -
I IN tHE WESt!. City FishAND party 17th was birthday given by his RADIO & TV

.n 9IP Mike Smith celebrated his ninth and brother Mrs. Gene ,
birthday with a party at the Cub Mrs. J. B. Wright and

" I,p Scout meeting Tuesday afternoon.Mr. Moody at the Moody Phone WO 4-6901 Starke, FloridaPJADSTOPTISTIN
MEAT MARKETPHONE and Mrs L. R. Tenly of The 25 guests enjoyed
Gainesville were Sunday visitors and refreshments during
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.-.-.. r-.. ..-.-. .,. -.- .- I Miss Joan Furlong I I Sowells Observe Junior Club Plans I

Is ComplimentedAt GoldenVedding Christmas Formal I

PrenuptialsMiss h, At Brooker Home For December I 11 I

. 1 I Mr and :Mrs.: J. H. Sowell of
I Joan: Furlong. whose wedding I The Junior Woman's Club will
Brooker will celebrate their golden .
I she a Christmas formal dance
to George Canova was an
Sunday -
., wedding anniversary Friday evening Dec. 11. at 9 0-
event of Saturday eveningvas Dec. 13. with house at
: open
Gladys Mooty I clock at the club house. All Junior
...._._ ......... ...... -,-,- ...... ....- .. .... .... 4 given a White Bible Service at -thfir home from three to five f and Senior club members and

the Madison Street Baptist E. o'clock. 3 their husbands or dates and house
Hostesses for the affair will be
Chinch, Wednesday evening, Nov. quests are invited to attend.
their five children: Rev. and Mis.
I 25, at 7:30 o'clock by the YoungWomen's L. L. Parker. Mrs. Doris Kelly Imitations were mailed out the
I first of the week. The social committee
Auxiliary. I I Mr. and :Mrs.: J. T. Sowell of
will meet at the home of
The service was led by Miss zx. Brooker Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Coleman -
Mrs. Randal Chitty. co-chairman
Z_ 1 1 of Gainesville and Mr. and
s I I
Judy Dankel. and other Y.W.A. : or Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clockfor
I Mrs. V. V. Karen of Starke.No .
members taking part were Janet a work and planning session
invitation's are being issued, '
Johnson. Pellum and fur the dance. Plans are being
Carolyn ,
4 tut all friends and relatives) of
T '3 '1' -jade for a floor how, as well as
Sylvia Paulk. As a pmt of the y the couple are invited to attend.
4! ta i orchestra music for the evening.
rervice Miss Paulk 'Bless I
I sang All members of the two Clubs

This House." Mrs. F. J. Pellum, \ SykesMaddoxMr. Griffis-Ellis are urged to attend as this will bea

Y.W.A. director, and Mrs. P. T main highlight of the Junior
"'' Usl and Mrs. Dan L. Harris of I
; Nolin WJII.U.
president, assistedin Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Griffis of ciub j-eason.
the service Jacksonville announce the approaching -
I Raifoid announce the approaching
The pastor, Rev. J. H. Mabiy marrige of their grand maniage of their daughter. Lo- Christmas Tea

\ Jr., led the Y.W.A. group in a daughter. Elaine Sykes to Bert Fuith. to Wilfred Marion Ellis of
,. Maddox and the late Mr. Maddox' Set For December 9
ii "ztt'p
fl. responsive lending during which IVnama City. on of Mr. and Mrs.Eune .
read c.f DeWitt Ark.
f\ the group "Thy Ward is a Ellis of Alachua-
.' The wedding will be an event of ByVoman.s Club
lamp unto my feet and a light ip The weddms will take place at
FIiday evening, Dec. 11 at 7:30
F unto my path" Psalm 119:105.: 1 Dec- 26 in the 1 of
.. o'( ock at Trinity Baptist Church p. m. Saturday. The annual Christmas Tea
George Canova: was invited to join P4 i hi Jacksonville with a reception Community Club House at Railoid. the SJarke>> Woman's Club will beheld
the group for the prayer of dedication All friends and relatives oft
following in the church recreation at the club house on Wrdr.esday. -
'. ; 9.1 I led by the pastor. To conclude I 1. rcom. .-:a couple are invited to attend Dec. 9. at>> 3:30 o'clock.

f. the service the pastor pre- J Miss Sykes lived with her aunt. he cnrmony and reception. New members and members of
.. .' sented Miss Furlong with a white
: .'' "...1.-.... -. .- !. '" -. .. '.. :1'j leather bound Bible inscribed with : .t ... Airs. W. B. Mundy, in Starke dur- the Junior Woman' Club will be
.; $ :;: irs 1957 to 1958 and attended honor guests on this occasion.
,. "....i I her name in gold. '
\ '.. t. eI EHS. At a meeting on Monday morning -
:' I
; 1-t The Bible
'; : .C.- i open on communion No imitations are being issued: at her home, Mrs. J. W Kin-
;' .!.. : table was lighted with varicolored all friends and lelativps of the i
JUt raid chairman: for the tea, an-
'" .-, ,:'1 i candles: typical of the different -
i ;'ct.ple are invited to attend. nounC'tthat firs Charley K.'Johns :.
:'{ :. :- ,;1
.'. ........;.,..:.:,.';. ,;; ... I moods and emotions of a I tI l I, will serve as chairman of
family Each member of
w c.. :: ,.x" :<< group. Mr. And Mrs. Davis refreshments, and Mrs. C. H. Nas-
.'''. .."' ,'.. 'T'a I the Y.W.A". was dressed, in white ... .
<', '" :- ',-.'i I I ; 7"'.... .. s worthy will be in charge of dec
.' .-,.. ..... 'I' i --. : '. and held a white candle entwined -' ... ';\ iIlostVedding Party
f.Y"C. orations. This club event is under -
:, -
';' ,j t:.... ... "t' ...,,: :.. : '
,. ....", with green fern the Y.W.A. col-I I .
:!,l. : '.. ;\ t I the Fourth Vice President,
:j- { .", Mrs. Harry Davis were I
; 'C1fd ors. Mr. and
: \1'-- '
; ,-, ;: : 1. Mrs. \\ B. :Mundy and headed by
: : .; : : .:. : f :;hosts at a lovely dinner party Mrs. C. J. Houpt social chair
......' ,. :: .. '. .. ; The Pecan room of the Carden Wednesday; evening. Nov. 25, for
4F t ;. '- : :' I rt : ti.eir Harold and his fiancee man.Other
.. :' Restaurant was the setting for a '''f son members of the committee -

'. delightful bridesmaids luncheon on "' "" l J.Jiss Penny Holingsworth, at the .
I 411" in'hltIrs. C. A. Knight,
,;: '' JGiten Oaks Restaurant before
Saturday given Mrs. C. B. Kil- 4
: by
r. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. >Ira. O. L
'' linger of Gainesville, Mrs. L. A. Sandra Carmichael Weds St. Clair Harley Jr. i jineir! wedding rehearsal.I Beaslev.. : Mrs. W. B. MkJdleton,

Canova Jr., of Jacksonville, and i I 22 guests included the wedding 1-T Mrs. F. F. Stump Mrs. H. L.
.. .. .M i Mrs. G. L. Patten of Stal ke. In Heilbronn Baptist Church, November 26 party, members of the families Brou-nlee. Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr.,
and out-of-town guests.
I Centering the bride's table was' .
Mrs. 1. A. Canova, Mrs. O. L.
The Heilbronn Baptist Church I get-me-nots.
Miss Hollingsworth Harold K. Davis Are WedIn
I: a copper container holding bronze was the setting for a beautiful I Serving as maid of honor was BPW Party Planned : a Haynes Sr.. Mrs. Tyler Jones Mrs.

First Methodist Church On ThanksgivingIn I and yellow chrysanthemums, and. wedding ceremony Thursday. Nova i Miss Glenda Vaines who wore a, K I* Matthews, Mrs. Logan Baldwin -

I' bronze leaves were placed down 26, at 5 o'clock when Miss Sandra i iI Ballerina length gown of lavender! The BPW Club will have its : Mrs. Clyde Tenvillegar and
a lovely wedding ceremony I w.th ivy and pompoms, centeredthe :the length of the table. Bridal Jacksonville I Mrs. L G. Powell.Woodburns .
Elaine Carmichael of ret over taffeta.: She carried a Christmas party Thursday even- Miss Jean MooreTo
'Thursday afternoon, Nov. 26, al punch table. I place cards marked the seating
i Har-I thehome
'' I'ept'ated'ows with St. Clair "osegay of yellow pompoms with ing. Dec. 10. at 8 o'clock at
5:30: clock in the First Methodist Mrs. James Lambert Hair of arrangement. ky. Jr. of starke. Rev. E- C Harvey puffs of lavender tulle and satin. of Mrs. Ray Stone. i Wed Mr. Norman Observe
Church, Miss Elsia Penelope Hol- The 16 guests included :Mrs. J. iI ,
i i Lake City cut the bride's cake and 1.I officiated at the double rin? Attending; as bridesmaids :were I
lir.-gsworth, daughter of Mrs. Annie assisting in serving were Mrs. i Furlong, mother of the bride. t eremony. Misses Shirley Norman and Chris- pink tulle ruffle and pink satin' Mr. and Mrs. Cornt'1iuIoore: 25th AnniversaryMr.
Hollingsworth and the late :Justice Strickland of Gainesville (Mrs. L. A. Canova Sr., mother of I of Heilbronn Springs announce
Miss Carmi Franklin Calhoun Hollingsworth,, and Mrs.James Franklin Hollings- 1 he! bridegroom Mrs. Edna Hutchinson ': of Mrs. Delores Carmichael of ballerina length gowns of yellownet bras flanking .the cake were decorated the engagement and approaching I Iaarriage and Mrs.: N. L. Woobnrncticbruttd

became the bride of Harold Kenneth \\orth. Miss Shi Ann Smith kept ';, and Mrs. G. W. Alderman, I' 2595 Broadway Ave., Jacksonville, over taffeta. They carried with miniature nosegays of : : of their daughter, Jean their silver wedding sn-(
Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. grandmothers of the bride and I, to Mr. r.iversary Sunday evening with a
fie bride's book.Following j and the late Mr. Carmichael. Mr. nosegays of lavender pompoms nveet pink roses and tulle. Pink Opal, Gene Norman son of
Harry Kenneth Davis. Rev. Herman !( groom. the of Mr. and :Mrs.: land Mrs. Othma Norman of Law- dinner party in the Pecan Roomof
I the reception the 1 Harley is son with puffs of yellow lacelon amt sitin poinsettia bows further en- : '
O. Boyette performed the left wedding The hostesses presented the 5t Clair Sr. of Route 2, I table ley. the Garden Restaurant.
young couple on a Harley. set in. hrnced: the beauty of the
nuptials. i trip to West Florida. They now bride-to-be with a sterling silver Starke. Little ::Mis Jackie -Gaskins "'ith showers of pink satin rib- Miss Moore attended Bradford Centering the, dining table was
The altar of the church wasHandsomely i reside! 713 W. Madison street. and crystal salt and pepper set church I High School and is 3 beautiful cake in the shape of I
at The altar of the was served: as flower girl in a lavender -bon reaching to the floor. employed by
decorated with bas- I The bride chose for traveling 9 as a memento of the occasion.ConnerPeterson l vt'lyith two pedestal basketsof I frock and carried a white!' The two punch tables were C'ent-I'I the Community State Bank in an open Bible with the inscriptionof

kets of white chrysanthemums and I lavender three-piece wool suit with white gladioli, pompoms and I basket tied with lavender satin ered with crystal punch bowls set I i Starke. their wedding date.
gladioli against background of I The 18 included membersof
1,1'own accessories. mums against a background of,I end filled with Happiness rose petlals. in beds of pink fern. Small pink Mr. Norman attended Bradford guests
potted palms. Burning white tapers ;i I the family and intimate friends.
I The bride is a graduate of BUS palms. Branched candelabra with I I poinsettia bows also decorated : High; School and is employed by
in branched candelabra casta i I
oft glow over the setting. I class of 1959 and is employed as burning white tapers completed I II I Stanley T. Schultz, Jr. served these tables with pink tulle mf1 Clay Electric Cooperative in Key- prizes were won by Sandra Haas.
I 1
Miss Charlene Hardy. organist, I secretary at the Sunland Training i the setting.As !as ring bearer. leg and pink satin puffs. : stone. Claire Ann Raulerson Diane

played nuptial music as the guests ,: Center in Gainesville. The bridegroom the guests as' mblt'f11'5.!, : Mrs. Carmichael chose for her :Mrs.: S. T. Schultz and :Mrs.: :M. The \\"ffidingill :ibe an eventof Muier. Jim Shuford, and Freddy

assembled and accompanied Gil- l! is a graduate of BHS, class ;:.,.' Nelson Blocker organist and daughter's wedding a mauve rose L. Beach sisters of the bride cut January: 8. Siemer. 'Hv:_

bert Newcomb soloist, who sang i of 1951 attended U. of F.. and is aunt of the groom played nuptial 'lace dH'5Sth matching accessories -,; the wedding cake, and assisting, After games and refreshments,

-Because" and "The Wedding! ; now an accountant for Hercules music and accompanied S.% T. complimented with a lavender in serving were Misses Barbara i iB'ates. Buzzy Costello Buzzy and his guests went to The
Co.Outoftown. x Schultz. soloist, and :brotherinlaw Jean Helen Kelly
Prayer." I.Powder Cattelya orchid. Dugger, Florida Theatre where they saw,
Randall Davis served his brother I j guests were Mr. 1 of the bride, who sang "Be Mis. Harley selected a sky' blue and Patsy :Nichols. Miss Janice,, Has Birthday Party ;- Have Rocket Will Travel."

as best man and ushers were Ray and Mrs. Jim Yarbrough of Lak cause" and "The Lord's Prayer." lace dress, with matching accessories ::-I Hayes kept the bride's book. ;; Mr. and Mrs. Costello were assisted

Gold\\ l'c and Carl Lamar Johns. maid Mrs. Jessie Tolber and Don- ;.. < P St. Clair Harley served his son 1 and a lavender Cattelya I I. After spending some time withj I :Mrs.: Bill E. Costello entertained ; during the party by Mrs.

Miss Anne Carolyn Hair of Lake na. Mrs. L. A. Gooding of North ;t';: :-;;/ --{- as best man. and the ushers were orchid corsage. :. their guests the couple left on a last Friday with a patty for Rudolph Sink, Mrs. William Haas,

City, niece of the bride attended Charleston S. C-, Mr. and Mrs. r "Aa. ,+ u. '' '' ,, '''' Keith C. Reddish and Charles I ISlipp. Immediately after the weddinga short wedding trip to Daytona approximately :30: friends of hereon and Paul Hntchins.

her: as maid of honor. She was attired Aibert Cellon Mr. and Mrs. Bernard .:.... "" ..' A. I reception was held in the Starke Beach. The bride traveled in a' Bnzzy, who was celebrating!

in a lovely white lace over I Cellon, and Mr. and Mrs. ,. -,. < '; t- .' The bride, given in marriage by :. Woman's Club which was graced I I cream colored brocade !sheath his seventh birthday anniversary. Mrs Reed Lewis underwent surgery -

lavender net and taffeta waltz ''Justice' Strickland of Gainesville .-..' V-,.. ", .i; .' her brotrer. Archie C. Cann <'haf'l. -:: with potted palms throughout.The dress: with a jacket and matching Several games were enjoyed I last Friday in Doctor's Hospital. -
length gown fashioned on Princess Ernest McColskey of Lake Cits, <>t J;..::,, -' .J''!' selected a gown of white satin i iI I mantel in the lounge was a,(: accessories, and the orchid from during the afternoon and special .

nl's. In her hair she wore a and Karl Lundgren of Gainesville. .ot".-. t.: e'';:';' ,''_ "Vh'.P 'J", I with a fitted bodice. low scalloped ;i focal point with a fan-shaped arrangement -,. her bridal bouquet. .- --,

matching net bandeau with face '.-" ,,' ;:1 ... neckline, trimmed with lace insrte. -'i. of Friendship pink. After Nov. 28 Mr. and Mrs.!

veil attached.; She carried a nose- Mr. And Mrs. Canova riI: \ .. i''; : ;. three quarter-length sleeves'I gladioli, pink carnations, and pink I I Harley will ibe at home at 933
lay of yellow pompoms with puffs Host : and: a bustle effect forming a fern flanked by Sweet pink burning Allison SU Jacksonville.The : -
Wedding PartyMr.
of yellow tulle and satin. i chapel train. Her finger-tip illusion tapers in silver holders. bride is a graduate of Pax-

veil) was secured to a Senior School, class!'! of
The bridesmaids Miss Lynda scalloped The bride's table was covered on High
and Mrs. I*. A. Canova: J
Chapman and Miss Linda Smith buffet crown of seed pearls. She carried ''with an imported cutwork cloth) Ti9, and is an employee of the
entertained at a lovely
wore gowns fashioned identicallyto Mr. and Mrs. Leon Conner an- a white satin covered Bible and centered with a beautiful Federal Reserve" Bank.

that of the honor attendant. supper party Friday evening. Nov.!; bounce the engagement and approaching topped with n white orchid and wedding cake delicately) decoratedin The bridegroom is graduate of

Tdiss Chapman's gown was yellow 27, at the Episcopal Parish houseon their! marriage of their decorated with jeweled puffs and shades of pale pink and gieen. BUS, class of '57 and is a ronstiuction -
Church street honoring
and Miss Smith's gown was green. j I'daughter.' June Rosemary, to Rev. showers of valley lilies and for- At the base of the cake was a worker in Jacksonville.
and his fiancee Miss
son. George Peterson of West -
They wore matching net bandeausand I 1'BIlL.PAYIN6
face veils and carried nosegays Joan Furlong following their''I l iHollyvood, son of Mr. and Mr*.

wedding rehearsal.The Macon Peterson of Branford-
of lavender pompoms with I
reception room was beautiful ,
orchid tulle and satin. The wedding will take place

The bride, given in marriage by I for the occasion with arrangements ,January 15 in the Pine Level Bap- .

)her brother, James Franklin Hol- of chrysanthemums in tht i Church at 8 o'clock. ,
shades! of bronze, and gold and :
lmgsworth was lovely in an original No invitations are being issued

model of imported Chantilly white with yellow centers. The out all friends .and relatives of \ : ._ +y'ter

lace and tullanet over layers of head table held an arrangementof the couple are invited to attend. 4

starched net and taffeta. The the same blossoms in a brass r I
container flanked toy brass can- A CHORE !
Bonn was fashioned with a fitted Rehearsal Supper ;
bouice of lace with sabrina neck- delabra holding yellow candles. I I
hue embroidered in sequins and Smaller candle holders! were placed For Wedding Party 'I II ,

seed ptails. The long sleeves tap- at the other tables which formed I, NOT fOR US : l

eied to points over the wrists. a U-shape. The favors mark- The Pecan Room of the Garden I

The wide panel of net in front was ing each place setting were made Restaurant was the setting for a ANY ORE1 i 2-PC. SOFA BED SUIT
She decorated wedding rehearsal buffet supper; iI
appliqued with lace and the skirtwas by Mrs. E. RMoench- I
fashioned with cascading tiers miniature cornucopias Tuesday night of last week hon- iI *

of lace centered with large lace l I.I which served as nut cups and oring Miss Sandra Carmichael and I 2 STEP END TABLES

flowers. Her veil of sheerest il- place cards. Match books embossed St. Clair Harley and their attend I I

!.ision was attached to a queen's : with the names of the I I 1 COFFEE TABLE
ants.The i
crown of sequins and pearls. She bride and groom and wedding bride-elect's chosen colorsof I a.x. iI

ctriied a white lace-covered Bible date: were also given to the lavender, yellow, and white ._' s si I I 2 TABLE LAMPS
:r I
topped with a white orchid decorated guests. An assorted sea food supper were used in .decorating the par- I ,. I IA

with jeweled puffs and shows was served. ty: room and in the flower ar- i I MAil ,

of valley lilies. I I I Assisting in serving were :Mr.: rangements. A centerpiece of I CHECK SENT BY {, Only

Mrs. Hollingsviorth chose for i' and :Mrs.: P. T. Nolin. :Mrs.: Cora pompoms and chrysanthemumswas $ 95

!her daughter's wedding a beige Marshburn, Mrs. N. S. Dankel, used at the head of the U- PAYS ANY BILUpR... i iTHIS

wool dress trimmed in matching Mrs. G. C. White. Mrs.:: Blanche shaped table with other bridal I II FAMILY! i : ii9

satin and a beige satin hat trimmed Otto, Judge and Mrs. G. L. Pat- decorations being placed at points!I

with copper satin. With this I I ten and Mrs? Leola Roberts. of interest. I

slit wore a purple corsage. I The 45 guests included members Miss Carmichael and Mr. Harley c

Mrs. Davis was attired in a of the wedding party their presented their attt'ndantsI I

c'innaIr.on001 dress with match- : husbands and wives., the families with gifts during the evening. I: Start saving time yourself start

vig accessories, complimentedwith of the bride and groom and out- Hostesses greeting the 25 SMALL DOWN PAYMENTNo

a purple orchid corsage.A the I of-town house guests -guests were Mr. Harley's- sistl'rl I your own checking account with us. I Carrying Charge
reception was held at :Mrs.: Shirley Gaskins of Statke

Uide's home, 713 W. Madison Guilds and his aunt. Mrs. N. B. Blockerof

w'.ute street mums where and arrangements gladioli were of. I Lake City. We Give .WGreen Stamps

Used in decorating.The ] The Wesleyan Service Guilds of I' FLORIDABANK .

bride's table was overlaid the First Methodist Churchill Circle Two WSCSCircle j
i meet Tuesday evening Dec. 8, at I I
with an imported white linen cutwork -
7:30 o'clock. Guild one will meet TWQ of the First :Methodist : -:
cloth and centered with a : t AT STARKE
three tiered wedding cake. Silver with, Mrs. Paul Bridges. Guild two WSCS'will meet Monday. HART FURNITURE CO
candle holders holding burning I I will meet "ithIrs.:: Jimmy Rowe Dec. 7, at 3 o'clock at the homeof c:Ol Cf 21 lAkKS" CF TnC FLCK DIJ&TiO"t'OU*'IItllUII FtOlUM.OIPOUT IftivRANCC LORI j

"hite and Mrs. J. H. Gruis as cc -hostess.The Mrs. L. D. Green on Raiford
-tapers balanced the ar-
rangement.A programs for both Guilds will Road with Mrs. C. D. Williams as Starke, Florida .
be "Christmas Around the World." co-hostess. I l l
crystal entwined
punch bowl,

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Ellery M. Davis Sen. Adams Tells last- ;' CORRECTIOXThrouh
editorialKeystone The speaker asked for the sup-
Funeral Held Plans For Camp port of the people of this' area in error in last FridaysT.legr.ph
tins development which would ; it was stated that fun-
On Kingsley LakeA Mean much to this part of Floii c.ai: services fcr Mrs. Annie Wood

Voters Face Last Friday da. He was introduced by Harry were held in the First Methodist
description of plans for the Rabb. who had charge of the pro- Cnurch. The article should have
development: of a model youth gram. !'.:lti that a brief :service was
Elleiy McCormick Davis, 65.
Imporant DecisionJust camp on a 130-tract bordering the h{':ct.In. the DoWitt C. Jones
died in a local hospital Thursday. THE
rcuthwest hole of Kingsley Lake t-or.Vf for flu Chapel and concluded at the
:'Io26., after an extended illness. ..Y tS given at the Rotary Club tray you write. OlJmt" in and Mlect -. ',.avcsise i in Lake Cemetery -
as a teen-a ?e boy soon outgrows a pair of He vas born in Starke on Jan. 25 jour favorite LSTKRKKOOKFountain Crosby J
:.Wednesday. No25., by Senator .
pants, so are our Florida towns rapidly outgrow- :.394. the son of the late W. Ellery Pen. TKLKGKAVII.:
Tom Adams of Orange Park. .
inz their original boundaries.It's a.id Bessie McCormick Davis. --
Mr. Davis served 39 years as a The speaker said the camp was
a normal process, and one which no one rural mail carl ier from the Starke bang.: sponsored by the Clay County -

would want to halt, though it might necessitatea Pwft office entering this service Development Authority which All Types of Pest Control \Work
new pair of pants for the boy, or a new set .of :n 1916 and and retiring April 30. saw the need of additional youth
boundaries for the town. 1355.! Upon his retirement he received camp facilities in this area and
an award for "meritorious asked the State Armory Board TERMITE! CONTHOL PESTXU RODENT
Sooner or later the community reaches a satu- sen-ice" from the U. S. Post Office for use of a portion of the Bland- Household! andCommercial

ration point of growth within its existing boun- Department- was a member of ing reservation. The request was CONTROL
granted. Sen. Adams said, and a
the First Presbyterian Church and
daries and must decide whether or not to go
ahead served as an Elder for many years. master plan is now being developed .... Free Inspections and Estimates ct ;
with normal --
remain bottledup
expansion or that will provide outstanding rG ... ....
Besides his wife. Inez Anderson .... ..m..F.M.vw.mvsl''G.v..w.wn,..,..m wm. +-
within arbitrary lines that served their purpose Davis, he is survived by a daugh- facilities: for youth groups in this Satisfaction Fully Guarantee; on All Services
}I when the town was founded, but are obsolete i.:T. Mrs.: John Mixon. and two entire area of Northeast Florida. How much are the contents of your
in the light of present development. grandchildren, all of Starke. lie said the ultimate expenditure
Funeral services were held in ?ould! run several hundred thou- home worth at today's prices?
Such a decision will be made next Tuesday by the First Presbyterian Church at3pm -and dollars. Visit Our Garden Supply Store & Pet Shop

voters in Keystone Heights As might be expected Sen. Adams said that a portion
: Friday with the pa=tor.Ftv. With prices rising the way they are.every lear it costs
) there is some concerted opposition to the Barry D. Van Deventer. oflldatin "f the camp site has been set a-
annexation fide for use by Girl Scouts in this more and more to replace what )ou already own.
proposal by a few property owners; ?. Burial was in the family .
who object to being brought into toe town be- riot in Crosby Lake Cemetery with si-ea. and they are planning day 4 JJ Thai's why it's smart to make sure your insurance

cause it will mean additional taxes on their Di,:Witt C. Jones Funeral Home indwrgt' camps there for next summer. ." rJi ) coverage is up to date. Don't take any chances. Callus
This activity will be independent
holdings. This is always; the case in any annexation of arrangements. however. 221 I X. for a complete insurance checkup. ..
o; the main development property
Active pallbearers were .
election in any locality. It was the case 1JI1 1J .4 '
:ink. \V T. Jackson. Guy Andrews hich will require several Temple A\c, t .
in Starke several :years ago, when the annexation B. C. Holtzendorf Sr., B- C. Holt- years for completion. 1'1: t (; v."Vlv V
issue was before the voters, but fortunately there zendoif Jr., and Blake Jackson. Sen. Adams said that a Jacksonville PHONEWO{ \

were enough others, who could see the advantages firm of architects is drawn .I-39G3; \ V AND Harold C. Wail Agency
of being inside the city limits, to counteract Tobacco Growers ; ; up the master plan which will ii I ,
include buildings, athletic fields, \CI--H/HC/\L! CO.
the opposition.To : : 200 I-;. Call Street( Dial WO 1 MS01ttfresentliyttie .
Should Not Count and other facilities. He said that Neil :Malphurs i u
offset" the 't:. attempt will be made to develop Group '
argument, advanced by oppon- On Renting In '60 Hartford_ Fire_IGsurance Company
the Kingsley site into the :Manager
ents, that annexation of the new area would in-

crease the cost of operating the town government "Farmers should not plan on finest camping area in the south-

so\ that taxes would have to be increased Tenting tobacco allotments in 1960.

Keystone officials have estimated that increased except as is now permitted undei

expenses due to annexation would be only $1,1)51 Ire ASC program," T. K. McClane

annually and would be more than matched by .Jr., executive vice president of the COMPANY
Florida Farm Bureau said this COMING.
increased revenue estimated at :$:o,458.71.;) n eek. .

These figures were arrived at as follows: "Because of the publicity given

Additional cot to town: Administration (nothing the Congressional Committee
Live Oak on House Bill
nearing in
) : street maintenance, $1,106.50; garbage
collection, G94.oO!) ; ; parks (nothing) ; police (nothing No. 8819 last impression month. some that farmers they; .
Have wrong

Additional) ; fire protection revenue,from$150.annexation Total $1,931.: toad and- l will be able from to another rent a farmer tobacco" and allotment STOCK .UP ON COKE !

plant it on their own farm Mc-
bridge fund (paid by county), $1,500; real estate Clane said- "This is not the case
taxes on annexed area, $1,112.95!); ; three per cent because it will be almost impossible Reg.U.S.Pat Off

(paid by Clay Electric for francise) on electric i to pass the bill early enoughto f
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bills, $185.76; utility tax on consumers in annex- affect the 1960 crop. There is LOM C n.r:0"e<<'< .COOC" 'OC amc .a.

ed area, $660. Total, $3,458.71. considerable opposition to the bill
Services provided for the benefit of residentsin and it may. in fact never become

the area to be annexed would include: garbage iaw. so farmers are cautioned not
to make any trade with their fellow .
pick-up three: times weekly; trash pick-up once farmers on this basis," Mc- 24 n4
weekly; fire protection, and reduction in fire insurance Cane added. '...-:". ..Y /
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rates. \ 1'1" .l _. ;

Owners' of frame construction outside the city CongressmanTo $i, g .// .'; ',. '\,
Y' w
now pay a fire insurance premium rate of 62 $1 ;:0<:: r( : It'. ..- ._ I .
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cents per $100. Within the city limits they //l .. ..

would pay 53 cents per $100, and if within re- Next Wednesday ,____. : ,.. .-. I.
f. "
quired distance of a fire hydrant the rate wouldbe "1. qr9 Ie." tr s /
further reduced to 32 cents per $100. Congressman Billy Matthews 5a \ r ; .

Owners of masonry construction outside the has announced the following schedule f--1' S\ ,.
19 cents $100. Within the city of visits in Bradford County Y./ #I"1'
city pay per i l \ '
Wednesday.. Dec 9: A'.7 \1./
limits they would pay 16 cents per $100, and only Hampton post of ce. 9:30: a.m. ./ \ .J I"1.1.T .
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12 cents if within required distance from fire Graham post office. 10:30: a.m. ,- '.";- _
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hydrant.For Brooker post office. 11:30: a.m. 1/ j.. 'y ,,
5 :\. .',_ .. 1 .. \. I
building contents, the rate is reduced Starke Rotary Club guest :\ < '.t) .
cents per $100 within city limits and within required speaker. 12 noon. r'f; "

distance from fire hydrant. Starke post office 2 p.m. ; -
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Keystone officials further point out that the Law-ley post office. :C:30: p.m. :,.. f",

Keystone Water Works has stated that sufficient All persons having matters to ( { a... \Yw..f: >.

pipe is on hand and, in the event of annexation, discuss with the Congressman are 4't'. t / : ... )
I ''
i it
invited to meet him at one of .
it will extend the six-inch main to serve the an- F # \ .v.r' '
his stay in '
these places during .--
nexed territory as soon: as practicable. : 't :
the county. T f tftirvTt
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The cost of additional services to residents in i. ', \' \ \ .. .

the area proposed to be annexed are analyzed as ';;'.,1k.
follows: r4.C ...tMlA UV f v ..',- ...
10 cent of water, electric and : : ," ..
Utility tax: per ys _' : : ,, ,',.
l 11 1
bottled gas bills, not to exceed $1 on any one bill WHEN s DRINK .:."

in any one month. "v i r /J ;{;!/ Ir \; ,.
Heal estate tax: The tax assessor has set up 1
houses in the BOTTLES f ;
tentative assessment figures on .L \i"
area. These figures may be had on applicationto YOU 4 .

either the tax assessor or the town clerk. The r \ : \
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present tax rate is 11 mills, with no increase an- i'r' .
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ticipated in the foreseeable future.It I., \: .
has been said ly opponents of annexationthat NEED i mm 4, ,

taking additional area into the city limits \J\ ?fl. :]

would necessitate an increase in taxes for everyone _

those in the old area as well as the new.

Based on the figures quoted above, however, it MONEY "c V T

would seem that such is not the case. From our 1 '1 Y

own experience we know .that it was not the case

in Starke. where additional area was annexed SEE US

several years ago. The benefits of annexationare .
ob\'i"ous in Starke just as they are in other

towns where the important step has been takenin F,
recent years. Starke today haS at least 150

homes it would not have had otherwise, since ,....., ...... ,
.:;?.:.. ...... 'W, 1 sy _
lots in '
available building ; .
there were virtually no > >; >. :;:t2.-; _.
pre-annexation days, and it was almost impossible LOANSUP ..m'... ....;. "... '_ .,_/:/'. .

to obtain financing for home construction

outside the city: limits. In addition to this very

tangible benefit, there is the additional prestigeof

a larger town population which will be reflected TO

in the next census taken after annexation.

do easier Construction in "villages"in towns money of of several sizeable and other hundred.population benefits than come they $$600 BE REALLY REFRESHED There's a friendly fire and warm hospitality '

For all practical purposes residents in the waiting horn ...and people waiting for Coca-Cola! Coke...\vith that cold crisp taste .. ..:
area proposed to be annexed call Keystone "

Heights! their home. As such residents they that's bright and bracing as the -; :;.. :

should take pride in becoming full fledged citizens -

participating in the affairs of the town as "Folks Find Us winter air. Ride through the t ,

franchised electors, and contributing toward the
progressive well-being of their town. Only in Friendly" Holidays refreshed and relaxed... _

this way can towns! like Starke and Keystone welcome your friends with the real
Heights continue their normal growth. LOCAL FINANCE
refreshment..plenty ice-cold

COMPANY Coca-Cola! -"L' e

116 N. Walnut Street ..< .
((2 Doors From Post Office)
EST. 1879 PHONES .
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tSP1kR; THE SAME MASTHEAD. wn( 4-0101 and WO 40111MJX.
.. .. Bottled under authority of The Coca-Ccfa': Company by r
r MI+ked Each Tk r. EBtrrr Smai CUM Mittrtmt .J.
tk* r*.t OlOe* at Stark. FU. ..4r Art .! .ar. *, ItTt. ,Marguerite Hall Mgr. r- Y N_


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DECEMBER :2, 1959 r.KADrORD COUNTY TELEr.nArn. RTARKE. FI.OR1DA .....- ......,.
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Annual Methodist Elks Memorial Set Re-evaluation Funeral Fire Call
Sunday MondayThe I ." ....
i BPO Elks will hold Memorial I "
District ConferenceThe I Wor/c Fire Department was called I
i,Services Sunday afternoon at 3 ProgressesAbout For G. L. FarberIn
out about 4
Methodist Church! with :clock in the clubroom. All friends a. Monaay when a
Rev. Herman O. Boyette was, host i and relatives are invited by Ex- 25 per cent of Starke Jones ChapelI/ Honda Power & Light Co. highpower .". .wz
Tuesday for the Gainesville District I laited Ruler Owen Vaughan. to aci !!' residential property has been sui I ;home broke near the' Colley -
Annual Methodist Conference ;i tend. veyed in a re-evaluation of county 1 inI I on Colley Road in 'southeast
I ''J'E i Gary Lloyd Farber 53. died Starke. The broken line fell into:
presided over by District 'ine talk. l property aimed at equalization -.3 local hospital Friday Nov. 27, a tree setting it afire. and spread ..
Superintendent Rev. J E. McKin- of county ad valorem taxes .
!ity. Among the afternoon speakers Tax Assessor Gene Long said this i I after a brief illness. He was born sparks and flames over the grounJ

,!\ as T. H. Slade. local and district week. ;lin Gray, N. Y. on March 21, 1906. fir a considerable distance. The Ex. ..
The all-day meeting including 'Lay Leader. who reported on Lay I line was soon repaired by company ,. --
John who is 1 Before to Florida !
the coming in
hnchl'On."a:; held in FellowshipHall Activities.!' Other speakers well ,"..n. y# :? : ? JbiT&
field work on a part-time basis, 1349.: Air. Farber owned and i
with about 175 attending.Dr. knom here included Rev. Bascom operated I
G. Ernest Thomas of the Csrlton whose subject was "The r.;ill be joined by Long when llrs.Valeria .I a retail store in Cold Brook i ( '. ,
General Board of Evangelism was Children's Home." Rev. Jack Ep- Shuford returns to the :l. Y. for 18 years. He resided one ELECTROLUX

toe Keynote: speaker, and Rev. pas;. cxecutivp secretary who spoke office about the middle! of December ?tar at Graham before moving to 1 Vacuums Waxers. Scrubhers, -...

Morrel Robinson who with Mrs. riUnited Christian Action" and and the assessor said he expected Starke where he was employed I II For Free Home Demonstration ..

Robinson continued his missionary :Alis. Maxie B. Lowe district presi- the work to progress at a far: several years as a carpenter in Call Gary Garner Local

vork in Cuba despite the re- ci'nt of the WSCS who reported faster rate with two in the field.I the maintenance department at ,I Sales Representative atWO

volution gave the featured mom- on that work. Sections of the county with a I Camp! Blandmg. In recent years I' 4-1265 ....
.- -. large percentage of rental proper- he had operated a cabinet shop '"
)' and with much property on''al. his home on N. Cherry St. in _
? Bock in 1905, when there were only 101 motor
! !he border-line of maximum as- Starke. vehicles ... ,
in Florida Standard Oils quality'
LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS essments are getting first atten- Mr. Farber was a member of products were available wherever the MOtorist .
: wherever practical Long ex- Masonic Lodge No. 455 Newport. '" E c "' : yf those to drive. n

Hagan has also covered N. Y. for 30 years and Kuyahoora : .. ..n
I Kapler No. 145. Order of the '.;r.r,. .. ,"'.
NOW SERVING STARKE Ion property whenever he _
went ft.. ,, .i...f '''l1
I i on assessment! complaints. Eastern Star also in Newport i I ../ .,.''\- "'\. I\,'....... ':'t ...

t far little commercial property serving as Worthy Patron of the .J : \.k' ;:""flt ti n ,
> has been chapter for ten consecutive years : -'t I '
1 Cooking and Heating 7.50 Tank surveyed with the 11.v',... -..-.":'.. ., ,
f, per i Exception of few He was a member of the First .t'
a service stations I ': ,,, i.,
lie! record shov.-s. Methodist Church of Starke. BOYS GIRLS '- : I.<
t: Cooking 8.00 Tank I 1 Surviving are his wife Beatrice #' -
Only per Xo date for completion of the I'll ,

ob has been set but it will de- help Father and one son, Gary I DAD and MOTHERSIGN ._ ''''.
A. Farber both of Starke: four _. ..'- ""' ., v
) end, ._r.--"; :::"
to .
PHONE LAKE IHTTLER HYATT 6-4331:) ; some degree on avail- ,' ,!:#"; .. .
others. William Carl W. -.-<<- >:" "". ': -' + -
Lynn. ,
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bility: of funds
for the woik. The UP TODAY FOR __ -. -- -.
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ounty commission budgeted S1.- and Paul B. Farber. all of Gray. II ....- ..v..:..-' -; -_ ,..,.z\t., !. .
t. : :: ,. e r x r
Joe Shaw I V. Y., and Hubert E. Farber Poland .- '-! \ .
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Too in current fiscal year for FREECHRISTMAS ;; ;! t. :-
start of the ''I N- Y.Funeial "- : ,' 4"'' t. .. ... I
f re-evaluation --- .
program. = /
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services held at / '
were 31 ..
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p. m. Sunday in the DeWitt C.I i, DRAWING! ;,tlr xf '...
Jones Chapel. Rev. H. O. Boyette --. -->' ,1/ (!
i pasketball Meeting pastor of the First Methodist 7( /"t ,

Planned For usa Church officiated assisted by TWIN if1t Florida's in the
great post
Rev. Barry Van Deventer of the PRIZES Jf.1; I ... half.century a reflected in the increase 7y .
Plans for "slow] ]league" basket- First Presbyterian Church. .... I.3 of its moth vehicles; to 2.076.726' in $ a
1 Burial was in the family plot in aa Qffi 1958 with Standard Oil's quality products .
Jwll win be mae:
: at nn
a to
meeting f
AND FISHERMEN! : ( : the.i
1:30 p. m. in the USO. All persons Rites conducted at

I II interested in playing basketballare graveside:; by Bradford Masonic ,: LIONELELECTRIC r ....
I : urged to attend the meetingor Lodge No. 35. Eastern Star rites TRAIN SETEFFANBEE
contact City Recreation Direct-I were held Thursday night at the i .. ,.,
Times change cars change
*r Bob Benner at WO4-7441 be- : funeral home. .. .
I tween 3:30: and 5:30: p. m. an; Active pall bearers were Garll -' ':) DOLL AND yet three generations of Florida

i 4clernoon.TpIjI{ I\Iathews.[: Buddy Crawford. John i motorists have continued to award
Toiode. Prescott Gill Gerald Grif- : \-\11"- LAYETTENOTHING '
'k1 Ii i.'. and! Joe C. Warren. i t sales leadership to the products thatthcc
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home' 1 l : found give them the most ., .,
i was in charge of arrangements. .
I i y. l' \ TO BUY performance for their money-

'I t Rites FridayFor j lt 't t : Standard Oil. You've got to be good
See Our
--- Sports Department --- ; JUST COME SEEGifts "
SUN., MOX, TUES. u to May out in front!
M. Vf. Lance
} GUNS (Bank Financing) Dec. 6, 7, 8 I, GaloreAmity .

SHELLS HUNTING JACKETS Go, Johnny Go! I Of Hercules Co. I Leather Goods-Evening in Pans .... ..
Alan Freed, Jimmy Clanton by Bourjois Eastman Kodak Cameras "
-Jewellt! Dresser Sets-RemingtOll STANDARD OIL COMPANY
II ,.,
HELL I Shavers-Parker Pens-Sylvania Flash-
I( IN KOREARonald I Miles W. Lance, 60, chief clerk bulbs-Schick Shams-Iran Watches ( KtMTUCKTi

.i !w.th Hercules Powder Co. in -Williams Gift Sets-Westclol,Clocks '
I Stephen BoydP1ii' %gr; : .gA.dz eF r -- From Starke died at noon Wednesday I and Watches and eo:witless other I S B'trruuvf
1! All Popular Color Cartoon wonderful holiday gifts!
in St. Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville Public KvaJf. .

after a brief illness. :
CASTING PLUGS TROWLING LURES i iI Wed., Thur. Dec. 9, 10 i i! Mr. Lance was born in Blairs- Drawing will he held here I "
THE REBEL SET I i,Bile Ga. on April 17. 1899 and December 20 .
Complete Stock Artificial Worms I Gregg Palmer Kathleen Crowley ii i!had: been with the Hercules Company I I i

I ROAD TO BALI for 15 ears. He moved to I KOCHDRUG ; STARKE. FLA.: PHONE WO 4-1521:; :
, Popular Brand Rods and Reels Stance: six years ago from Way-I I
Ga. A member of the First .
Bing Crovby Bob Hope rind 1 cross STORE ?r
Dorothy Lamour Methodist Church he served on

!1 Come In and Brouse Around! Plus Color Cartoon the Official Board and was forIllerl.r .
active in Woodmen of the
!- Surviving are his wife Winnie
YELLOWNECKLin :D. Lance; one son Charles W. :
i Lance St. Simons Island. Ga.;
McCarthy, Stephen Courtleigh
: live daughters Mrs. Roscoe N. BARKSDALE'S!

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES '!I Tarzan's Greatest Carswell Waycross, Ga.; Mrs_B. ,
R. Quinn. Inverness; Mrs. L.. J.

AdventureFILMED Richardson Starke; Mrs. W. H. .
Phone WO 4.4201 Starke, Fla. IX AFRICA Eurbank Jr., Fernandina Beach "

and Mrs. Jay Goertz Denver,
Phf 2 Color Cartoon! I
i ,Colo.; four brothers, four slsters, '
t4 grandchildren and one great]
"IT'S WQNutllFUL! I I grandchild.

IT'S UKE ENTKINO t 7OKD SURE MAKES I I Funeral services will be held at I SHOP EARLY .

A NEW WORLD!" IT MORE FOOUSH THIS TO YEAir PAT ;111 a. m. Friday in the First Methodist i G .; : i'{ 9C IL k, YOU LI ENJOY FT MORE

Church with the pastor. o
; Rev- H. O. Boyette officiating o
l'wt Iassisted by a former pastor. Rev.
f '
r .r GMitchell of Lakeland. Burial

'will Funeral Waycross follow Home in with Oakland in DeWitt charge Cemeteryat C.of Jones arrangements -! Selection Children's ROBES All Boys' SUITS and

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t1 j Graveside services I
ix i will be in charge of Rev. M. J. .

$' i ;, Wood Huxford of Alma.of Nashville Ga, and Ga.Rev. Folks I I 9 9 SPORT COATS "

Funeral Friday .,' ONE.THIRD
N ,v I II (Values to $5.00):) OFF
I 1 For Joe A. Morgan

youve Joe Ander Morgan. 59, of Law-

FORD-ThtFintst Ford of a Lifetime I _- l} I tey died in a Starke nursing home SELECTION OFMen's
I i Wednesday morning after H Selection Children's DRESSES :
(seeneverything, J In style, in space, in scat, in savings ;l I lingering illness. He was born IntiYayne ,

nothings as new as Ford for 1960. What! County. Georgia on March

!, ling! Never before a car so beautifully! ,4. 1900. was a retired fanner and SPORT SHIRTS

proportioned.; What comfort! More peopleroom -! I member of Pine Grove Methodist 1. 9 9 ,

easier entry-no "dofleg": in the' i Church.
Surviving are three brothers
You're looking at the greatest! change inautomobiles a, doorway greatest visibility a\er. And William H. and R. R. Morgan 299 5 '

\hat a ride! Solid and *ith new .. and C. O. Morganof .
in a generation. Come to ours n secure ".... both of Lawtey (Values to $..9.) '
v.W"d-Tread unlgD. ( Glen St. Mary. ;
ihoicrooms and enter a wonderful new world, ( Funeral services were held at ,
% 12 m. Friday at the graveside in (Values to $5.00)
of pot per, performance fashion and luxury. a..THUNDERBIRDW'd"6 Most Wanted Carl Iiyal p- Cemetery with Rev. J. E.

4 And nee the greatest choice the widest range W Norman officiating. Burial was' ..
Who said the Thunderbird couldn be made 'I Selection Ladies' DRESSES
of prices ever offered by any dealer. \ finer? Here is the ultimate in driving l luxury in the family plot under the direction .
I of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral COMPLETE SELECTION
\ ... *ith automatic soft top or sleek bard top
5 r ,\ vith optional sliding :sun; roof. Every styling

-- detail is perfected..and vith blazing Thun HOPE BAPTIST CHL'RCH 99 MEN'S SUITS

/ d.thUd.8 power it "lust beats 'Oltbi ,
T7 mi. south of Starke on SR100]
Sunday School 10 a. m.; Morning -

< worship 11 a. m. message by From $19.95 to $$65
.9.0 Rev. Samuel Cuthbert, "Christ !

FORDS O'lr Passover." Training Union.I I Selection LadSUITS "
6-30 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30p.

fFALCONrb.NewaizeFord m- from Book of Revelations:
E f |COME,ENTER AWONDERFUL.WORLD The Refining Fire and the Rayof

t lIL'hnt.life in our new Falcon} It's the easiest car in NEW AMERICA'S OF FIRST FORDS Wednesday Light." 7:30 p. m. Prayer : : 2 9 9 Complete Selection of. Gifts
/ AT "
brake and [ *
the orld to on-to easy to fleer park meeting. Choir practice following. .

And iu up-front engine gives you the power yoa need t I COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE DEALERS.TERWILLEGAR I it

for D5JL driving! Everything about this lively 6pmeenger (Values to $10.95)) For The H.
Falcon makes it the No. 1 fan-car to driver -

'tot ..

MOTORS. Free Gift Wrapping and Green Stamps: Too! We Have Oodles of

206 W. MADISON ST. STARKE, FLORIDASee Bargains; All The,Family All The Time!,

"FORD STARTIME" in living color Tuesdays m NBC-TV





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giving afternoon at 5 p.m. I visit with us during any any all Godwin Discusses The State Of Florida To LeRoy I. The ttrralt Court Of Bradfordrt
Snub.1'r >lion mil be taken as confessed

lilLBRONNfly!' I l{ r I!some Best of wishes our folks are who extended celebrated to I services.evening Remember will be this time Wednesday for-j jI I Prison Problems 'I petition'n Court are has hereby been of Bradford filed notified In the County that Circuit a-, t>J"Thin J;nu.order in four and su notice ell'iv.shall., week-hpxililished e Sell It Rent k Trade

their wedding anniversaries last I regular church conference. ,. Tele-
I At Rotary Club r:da. in Chanrery, by Eugene Iv i$us of County
I month. Mr. and Mrs. :Morris Car-I Last Wednesday night everyone'' .,y Birt and Mary L. lirt, his prai>ii commencing! iHrcemlwr *, U;;,.

!Ir Oaney McCarthy November' 26 Mr. and Mrs.R. .( enjoyed Family Night at the 1'1 to legally adopt Allen Smith. '5KAUiinevn %WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
ter on seal of
,, Little hope for relief of congestion ..nor child: and you are herelir I \\ mjr hand and the
4"V rwR.wwwwwlwww fwvvvwr. ., |; L. Morgan on Nov. 30, andI i I church. After devotion and prayer in Florida's : to be and appear in raid J J, 9-aM Court this SOth day of =No tm.er. -
prison system .
.. !;.
and *l sad (.ausu on January If,i j jU' I A D 19i
old Reporter the W'MS and Brotherhood met,.
might-add your t'en'ith the construction CHAIU.E.S A. DAHHTClrrK
Howdy Neighbors and rongrat- );'', at10:00'ocloek A. M and to 5
husband on Nov. 19. Hope we separately to reorganize.Mrs. !' then and there show why "- of Circuit Court of Bradford .
ul aliens to Miss Sandra Carmichael program was held out by Jim cause p 'L"I5'IFUO 111'PI..IT _____ 9133 Per I. Ant F.atttlo0
and St. Clair (Bud) Harley mil all be blessed with many, Otis T. Jones, president i!'Brown i Godwin captain of theeusrds itltmr fail to should do fo, not the N-allegations granted.of If said you Ctmnty. Klt-rMa. I/3 It 15:2 t 1.00 PFH 1\(H FOH '' **B *n RFPKATKn O\K OR MORE TIMES

u.'ho were united in matrimonyat more. I1'resided during the VVMS meet at Raiford State Prison,! '''HIJ' OF TIM Mi' It T. Ie Won.) u__ _--_ aM
Heilbronn Church in a beauti- Heilbionn church again invites, ing.. Officers were elected and:,when he spoke to Starke'Rotarians t OtFR H WORD! --- --_ 4 *>.!. Per W.r4

\.o come and, community and foreign mission., Wednesday. i
ful candle-light ceremony Thanks- you and your family I
works was discussed. Date for J, Godwin said the Raiford prison| RED CEDARCHRISTMAS Luke Furnished Inquire House t.t for Rent on Silver

I observing the Week of Prayer for!''now has 2.627 inmates, Cation. Greyhound tfchsHK Bm

necessl-1 ....
Foreign missions was scheduled:I'rating the placement of
for Wednesday on that night. ;as 18 men in one cell about 13 x'' U-KHl Ore RHODKN MRSKRV HOUF.
your child.: Fair
Mrs. Glen Norman kept the', 18 feet. He said such overcrowded on Minutes Rjte Licensed. Phone WO 4-S03I,
SHOP minutes in the absence of the sec-jconditions;i are a constant source}! 5 116 X Thompson St. tfchg.

SHOP retary Mrs. Jimmie Lee. I I I lof danger as "you couldn't put I! SALE AT FOR SLE

The Brotherhood meeting was+!'i that many Boy Scouts.in a space I InSOLES Ready mix concrete, concrete block( ,
SHOP for the purpose of electing officers -(i that small without having troube. -, rnn.-... fence poets. sand cBraent.
Hot: r mix, rock steel oyster shell
; .
also.Following | Limerock.-Pnone WO4-2521, Bradford
the conclusion of the Godwin described the layoutof I DON CHAMPION'S Put on IS Minutesin Engineering Co. trchg-

Your New Car meetings the ladies and men as- the hew prison, now under conI I .
Don't Buy I 'ORLE :Sweet Potatoes $5
sembled in the church's auditor- struction on prison property In per bu. at farm. 1U miles N. of 100
ium for closing meditation. Bradford County which will cost: by Phillip on aTi !Highway.. Lucia Con-

on the First StopGO Practice for the Christmas program -I I'in excess of $20,000,000 when all NURSERY n"L_ t f rh*

began Monday of last week.](phases have been completed. The" I Court Shoe Repair FOR RENT: Furnished small

There will be songs by the small first phase now under way will I lower.ftor Cleee apartments. Desirable loration. .
Court House) In. Reasonable rent.
children, a program by the young cost $6,500,000 and will contain 726 THOMAS ST. STARKE W. II Xollman, 510 X. Cherry St.

ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE people and an adult dramatic I 1,200 individual cells. I 126 N. Court Street tfrheFOR

play. The exact date is not definite Godwin said that the comparatively SALE Purebred Collie Pup. ;
low salaries paid to prison I -I pigs!, $23 "a. Walter Martin RI. 1
at this time but will be announced -: I RO" I"ARroRT.. BATH He- .
BUT next week for sure with personnel: made it difficult to ob- j' CHOOSE YOUR TREE NOW -- mudclinl. Xo money dnwn. Fmanc Lamer Motel firm road North of Cnderwnod itn-
.r.l1I.l.11 WO 4-41't Utp 12'tO' n
information. Lam qualified men for guard duty.
more Hope you are ,
planning to be with us for this He said that unless the pay scale Grow Til! Puttin' Time'PRICES WE HAVE a new loan program for I ft POI\ :8UE d ft metal- i roof rnicKen Call house lot )1 520-:!%j.
is revised upward or the hours I Let It up farmers.! Loans o{ 1 to 5 year Lake, rity I ,_ Itch| g I;,.
for the entire credit
! program. requirement
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEEBilly reduced it would be difficult to of the farmer and his family. -
May we again ask you to save 1.057 One 10 mo old male bird
fill the new positions that wouldbe r.alnellTilIe'ro"Q'ti"o Credl
dllg. white and liver rpotted. Name
those Christmas cards you receive. Association. VO North Main. ,,,".
when the new prison istompleted. "J' Reward for return. C. H.
open! taln"vl11f' Fla. tfch"
I They are used to send overseas II Xasncrthy, phone WO4-501L;

to our missionaries, who need. t RADIOS REPtlRED ._ st dig tflltFOR

them in their teaching of small ....,.....,..,..,..,.....,........,..,...........,..........Im II 2.75 and up for Cut Trees -- 4.50 and up All Hake Ckance- AU-.......ra.te..d.Ie..le RENT-Furnished apartment
DowlingAcross children. Please erase or cut out !>ln pnERn'S RADIO t TVI. ?45; per mo. ;SIS S. Epperson St. Y.

any signatures or messages, this RISING for Live (Ball and Burlap) Trees ifs K. fall..."...firrrm Pkoao, owner noClarke. 4-t1Nt1 L. Kirchaine. tfchir/

request is made.by the U. S. Cus- Fl.. SAVE $200-00 ON A HOME

toms. I can save you just that on the
The Street From Setzer's Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bill By Mrs. Oordoo JonetiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA COI-OMtr. FLORMT I
( )
Only F. T. P. Fl rlet in !Starke.: purchase of a home but you will
Green honored their daughter, I Flowers wired any; place. Flowersfor hare to buy before January 1st.
all xH-ayion i locally. Phone
Bonita Faye with a delightful I WO 4- :29l.! a0k:; .;at Nona St. tfchg so as to get homestead tax ex
birthday party Saturday afternoonat Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman I emption. Your down payment will

.... their home. There were ten risited Mrs. Maggie Norman Sat- OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENTIS FOR RK.VTFnrnUhed: apart-I jbe only $410.00 and yea will ret
nvnts. Reasonable rate Near
;J friends present to help Bon- urday night. Also visiting Mrs. a hot water heater heater
young shopping center Phone WO '-!Ollrr I space ,
ita celebrate her eleventh birth- Norman recently were Mr. and], R() 1-5131; or call at 21J S. electric refrigerator and an electric -
Mrs. Cecil Thomas and of Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co.
day anniversary. Everyone en- family Office.tfchg All
COMPLETEAll range. brand new and Installed. -
Florida Theatre joyed the party games and the I Niceville, Mrs. Evelee Jones of NOW Your monthly paymentswill

delicious refreshments served by Plant City and Mrs. J. M: King' HASTINGS MATTRESSUPHOLSTERY be just like rent and you will

the hostesses. Happy Birthday, of Ft. Pierce. & WORKS hare a modern home complete in

Bonita and have lots Mrs. Reed Lutes Is in Doctors detaiL There better
; may you Guaranteed On are no
THE SATURDAY MORNING;f more. Hospital and' underwent surgery 710 Lemon St. Talatka homes than our homes. Call ns

Very glad to report that Mrs. Friday.Mr. Furniture Repaired, Uphol for details and they may be seen

(Granny) Carmichael is still improving and Mrs. Edward Norman stered & Refinished at your convenience.:

after her recent illness. end granddaughter. Carolyn Jonesof TELEVISIONSStereo MATTRESSES REBUILTNew A. J. THOMAS: REALTOR

Free Show I Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Starke .spent Thanksgivingwith Innerspringsand IVL \VOi-5701
Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Jones
Archie Carmichael who proudly Box Springs
Radios Hi Fi's
cf Lady Lake and Mr. and Mrs. -- --
the birth of
announce a boy on Drop Us a Card or Call
Herbert Norman and of
Nov 28, in a West Palm Beach Oklawaha.Mr. PALATKA EA 5-9166 Men's Leather

10:30 A.M. hospital. I and Mrs. Albert Norman. I II Refrigerators -- Freezers STARKE WO t- m i
I and son Mr. and Mrs. A..W. Nor- I MRS. PEGGY SHALLER, Starke,I HALF SOLES
The Saturday Morning Free Show will begin at 9 A.M.on Vf. C. T.
Saturday, Dec. 12 because of the Theatre's opera- I Morgan all of Mulberry! .visited Washing Machines tfchg I 1.50Men's; up

"THE LIQUOR SELLER IS THE here during the weekend.
ONLY BUSINESS MAX WHO IS :Miss Joan Myers has returned MRGB BOMB

tions.FIGHTING REDHEADSThis I ASIL\MED OF HIS BEST CUS-' to Roehell Texas after spending Irons Toasters FOR ALE-Co1O ial.type house Rubber
Ranges -- -- 4
TO'IER." iH-dronms, llnng rm, family rnu,
several months with her uncle and
I dining: rm, sun parlor; located N. .
I unt, Mr. and Mrs. A C. Ellis. Walnut SU, choice residential area; HEELS cup
Was Made Possible Through The Following Merchants (MRS. MINMK; G. BRIGGS, close to business section, schools,
NATIONALOICE..) t C. C. Crosby is a patient in SL chnrcheo. Lot extends depth of en-
:. t'incent's JaC'ksonville.I tire block. Will sell partly furnished,
I I Hospital ALL ,APPLIANCES -- ALL MAKES i I If desired Contact owner, Mrs. H. STARKE'SSHOEREPAIRING
R. McLendon. 302J Westchester, OrLando -
Recent Births : Fla., or inquire Bradford
County Telegraph. tfchgF
OTHER GIFT II Ii I i A son, Lawrence Walter was -R RENT Kurni.-ht-d small 123 S. Walnut St.
NO hjjw at rear of store building at
j born on Nov. ,9 to Mrs. Alice Y. mow 321 Templer.. Contact Mrs. Across from Park Theatre
I i S. Batten wife of Robert' John Maude Mott at )MCarthy's Garage,
KOCH DRUGS is80forChristmaa just right 5 mite.. on Raiford Rd. tfcfcg
Batten Dental Technician 2-c o ,
Motorola Easy Fl i: SALE A few assorted sues
CITY FISH AND MEAT :MARKETJ i USN at Tripler U. S. Army Hospital EVENING CLASSES for adult All beantiful Ked Cedar Christmas
Honolulu Hawaii. subjects.! Credit If wanted. 'eDireclt.r ITMTS. Tullis. Cme mile'south of Key-
& J BUILDING SUPPLIES Inc. r.Y. 'ashers Rox 1150:! Starke, or call lWO I *lore !'Imt Office. Just oft Route
DT2 Batten who is stationed at *-:071. or visit Adult Educa- %I. phone D7i; 4t 15,:4
Pearl Harbor is the son of Mr. Stereo Fedders tion Office. Cr0 Bldg. for addi-
STARKE MOTOR PARTS ttotiat information tfrhc FOR SALE n:, Kurd Bus. 52
a and 'Mrs. Charles W. Batten of P'.l.Ierger. Good tires,
L' good body.
NORMAN ELECTRICAL SERVICE g l8 Hampton. Mrs. Batten Is the Radio AirConHi WAITRESS WANTED Apply in Motor In fair shape. Receiving bids
p otto at Baptist
daughter: of Mr. and Mnu Fong ditionersI Stop Restaurant. tfchg Cl.unh Hampton 4tchg llil,
Fi _
413-E Sweet potatoes, 41:5;
The Battens reside at
; MOTORS flee labor. Mrs Peggy! Shaller. 209 per busheL Tou furnish the con-
Janeau. Ave., Halawa Housing !A Adkins St. phone WO 4-5914 tfchg -.aintr. Field run. 100A Grfffis Loop.
:'- ftlYsaMfIH Ales Oahu. :.4 ". Coleman_Zip tai
FOR S.LF.ft.4
Ysta'6oailferrk.lli.g: jilacs. I ."rd8 Truck. 3-4 Ton, Light BECOME: AN AVON
etliIi ./er - yam .
LOCAL FIN \'CK tOMPA.irPhoae :
way you wrap com In and sosect 110. X. ""al... !'' .. Earn $30 to $tO a week working
ling'Gifts of HIFa s ion to your favorite. ESTERBROOK t \\O ....01 tfchg 4 to :5 boors a day. Start Immed
fountain I rteLEGRAPH.i .
Mess vour senti'ments m. iately, AVON COSMETICS has
< R t I For Unusual Make This Christmas LastA convenient territories for you j

ry 'e.ay' FLeld.t Lifetime! Write OuJda
C. Sweat, P. O. Box
II I"11" \"(-H
Diamond I M-t.or.In Ke.Adoplion of Alien bmith. a 'A Christmas Gifts GIVE YOUR FAMILY lIO. Lite Oak, Fla.

.drier Of Publication And \Otil'f'To. v WORLD BOOKENCYCLOPEDIA i'CRNISIIEDtwo bedroom apartment -

O y, I A i'p..a r'n'. .______u.__._ at ......... for"""nfnJr"045'rent. 127 "$.r,Lafayette
CULTURED PEARLPendants I >.i -r.; ::::i :?, :. f'it : ;r.f: ,;:>?,,!.q5.. : W :r 1 '\< 7, Shop Hrhf
_- n' r7sci.L" iLcn
w ""w :t<;.J "FIRST IN SALKS tUe for new portable typewriter.OK .

AIw r \ l, How to torture Most Highly SchoolsM. RecommendedBy ;FIRED" WO1.i613 OK RETIRED: Relax Itrlti and(

'njo life
) at Ifeau.tlful! Lake Geneva
"..4 solid 10K white gold 3, Tuber Park-Lar* wooded lots
carr A. PAYNEI' .II;; per mo. 1 mil S. E. of Keystone
t .. t. your II..isrhIW, H'.a' tan Up

i\1, THE TOTEM POLEMAINE O. Box 603 Ph.0 4-3791 ,FUR SALE Grown CoRie dog. 1

I, Jt HO!' > HI II.IIIX. !IPPL1' liffer-nt kinds of bal',J hay. J. B.
Z Rear Of nix Dad Factory White. RaifoM lid_ttp 1210!
Genuine '"
Gepulos only '" If \\e hatea't get It HKRK. Theybavea't M'R RENT :t ft house trailer.
onfy DIAMOND :< got It THKRK. "..n l/e moved on your own lot. J.
a oP1 : S 95 MADE Nfw ... ..ed .n41.1f supplies : C. Whit Ralfofd Kd Zip 1ZH
:,, .
I of t r, de.erlptloa.
$1495Eaq 1 3 Cufttaed I r.m.. !. ..* l*.k ar...d aad U ; Ftr RENT ; bedroom house.
C.M Nsd ,'+ f.. lam't see nkal F.. want ask water better fireplace. $39 mo. Near
Pearls / i E : i"Q MOCCASINSGIFTS Mph (.....,. t. get It far 7.. .r Carttr's Store contact i )(. Rosierr
Pool Terms (. ..
Terms .<> rail WO 1-4001. tfefc* phone MA9-1ZIZ, Ocmla. llcttgH
t ,
I } I )U ,AL 12 ru boat and Trailer -
I &;.-t;., >t, Complete Tree Service Price IIJ. &0 Arnold Cbilds. '
t 1 HAmr' Fla itrhg 1/11 4

'< 0 and Pruning Bracing> De-Mo EXPERIENCED'if ACTRESS WANTED -
Tire Removal -
I :1':' NOVELTIES"IF toff Cavity Work *
Apply EI Rancho Restaurant.
geeelne Transplanting UP

Wkt0N $ DUIMQNDS ? 95Ce tj; Actually, the way to torture your car is to do a Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE run RENT OR SALE 2 bedroom
$2495 jouse (34 N. Cherry SL Can %04-
3 Cultured W t x lot of start-and-etop driving at low speeds.When SAPP, Owner 7711 and ark for Milton )(oahf>r. Itp.
rared ;
isn't warmed sufficiently the oil is STARKE PRONE WO 4-8965
motor ,
Easy Pearls Easy your ""OK RENT4 roam furnished
I Terms J Terms l aluggjih. Sludge forms in the crankcase, and IT WAS MADE VMIBC. Apply an S. Water St. Itp I

I M3"1 engine performance suffers. i EXPERIENCED -Baby 'Sitter will

l< Most of us do a lot of start-and-stop driving BY AN INDIAN : s s ork at your home or mine. Phone
n n.nncr; ttPhlt
p'' these days, and that's why it's wise to protect

4 only your engine with Trop-Artie Motor. OiL.It flows WE HAVE IT" FOR...OflO SALEKerosene PTtLeo Champion space; heater 2 mL
on 6 genuine j quickly in a COIU 1..1'.a.. "" east of Hiway It & block South.
ol ct DS DIAMONDS t 1-hnn* ,,04-11"%. gtehg lijlO:
s 9S S4750 < to ft. X S tt. house
hot drives. FOn SALE -
Cultured : ing your motor on long, ttai'er. Z bedrooms, bath kitchea.
Nuled Easy t Trop Artic is an all-season oiL f ,and living room. Furnished Contact
G a Petul / .K Bradford High tfchg
Mr Inrkft at
N S' Terms Terms Get it from your Phillips 66 Dealer. ,

>.""< .Trademark The TOTEM POLE FOR RENT AT LAWTET -2 bedroom -
<", .y unfurnished. house ta town.
f J Phone LES-2141. Klngsley Lake.
:: 1 Itchg

ira: JEROME JOHNS OIL CO.. For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our FUR RENT 1 bedroom apartment.
1466 N. Temple Ave. U. S. 301 heaters all electric
'. 2 daro-tberm
Bullington Studio & Gift Shop r; Starke, Fla., Agent utilities. Electricity faralshed.-
' .
H when seen. Clark, Bessent
104 W. Call Street Phone WO 4-7271 : .I. LARGE STORAGE SPACE For I. mil- from Can St. Bridge tfchgr Box

I v n .. ... .._,. -.: _rent.K-" Cai*.. \VO\,i 4;!}\ ltckg_ 449.

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Annexation Eastern Star '
Girl St. William's Catholic Cbiptl ST. AXVS EPISCOPAL
i Chapter Instituted MELIOSEBjr i Found Unharmed Keystone Heights OH KUI. KEYSTONE

Balloting Set By Alary K. SChaeffer | At Keystone HeightsI Sunday Mass at 8:30: a, m. j Rev. :II. H. Brt>yrogle. Vicar

I Joyce Rothhammer ,i' After Wide Seach Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. : Sunday-7:30 a. m.. Holy Communion -

I I Chamber' Of Commerce Notes Donald Mrs. J. H. Tulhs Miss Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m. i : 9:30 a. m.. Sunday
j A Board of Directors meeting | Ruth Ohlson, and Mrs. Carl A. Instituting ceremonies of a Keystone 1u..uw.uuu.a..wMr. Rebecca Ann Coffman. 2 years Confessions before all Masses School: 9:30: a. m.. Morning Prayer -
For Next TuesdayAnnexation I "'as held last Tuesday afternoon- i i \Vi&trup. who enumerated the as- Heights Chapter, Order of and Mrs. Dale F. Price and eld. took a long. cold walk last Baptisms, mania>rea and instructions -, and Sermon I Holy Communion

A nominating Committee was ''i!ts and needs of the library to the Eastern Star. U. D., with 31LJembers $In. Lawrence Dale, of Marianna Sunday and was found about by sppointmeat. cacti first Sunday); 6:30: p. m..
will be the big issue named to compile a slate of officers nuke it an instrument of service ', were conducted Wed 'I sixnt Saturday with Mrs. Price's f three! miles and some four hours Young People meet.
in an otherwise quiet election at to be elected at the next tt the community.Mrs. nesday. Nov. 18, in the Keystone parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant lacer after she strayed from the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHKEYSTONE Holy Days-7:30 a. m-, Holy

Keystone Heights on Tuesday. Chamber meeting on Monday, Dec. James Wilson, President Heights Masonic Hall. Worthy I Rothhammer and family. home of her grandfather. Joe HEIGHTS Communion.
Dec. 8. Polls will be open from 7 : of the Friends of Libraries of Gland Patron A. Marvin Allen I Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Tyler en- 1 Brown on the south side of Little J. R. Smith, pastor. Raipn
a. m. to 7 p.m. 1.The made Gainesville, was the next speaker. t'presided: and Worthy Grand Ma- J'yed" Thanksgiving: dinner with Luke Brookijn. I Copeland, Minister of Music and ': FIRST CI1RISTL\X CHURCH
Voters will ballot at two separate Board of Directors also; Friends of Libraries has no na- %:on Pearle Rogers conducted pre-] many relatives in the Methodist ;! The child was found in a wooded church organist. Cor. Call Si Christian Streets

polling places the City Hall for plans for the coming Christmas eachy 'iunal headquarters but over 300 .uaiinary ceremonies.The Educational Building. Those attending area on another part of the Services: Sunday SchooL 9:45: Bob L. Badgrtt .Minister
ejectors now living within the present Decoration Contest which groups throughout the United chapter will perate 'under included Misses Muriel lake by Wayne Kenny of Starke: a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Worship -
city limits; and George Mas- .ar is sponsored by the Chamber tales are lending their aid andupport dispensation; until the April nd Jennie,Tyler of Norman Park who. was spending the day at the I!Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening and Communion. 10:45: a- m.

a's garage at Lawrence Blvd. and of Commerce. There will be a : to libraries, she said. i mg of the Grand Lodge when et-//, Ga.; H. W. Tyler. Jr. and Bell I lake home of his uncle.------- -M.--- c.- >m-ices 8 p. m. Chi Rho 5 p. m. Choir Practice
Garden St.. for those residing in first second and third place award Mrs. Edward Bums, Librarian i: expected to be chartered. I j Tyler. Tallahassee; Mrs. Julia Ti'-- \VcUs. Wayne was walking throughte "Make church worship a family. 6 n jnCYF.. 7 p. m.
business -
the area proposed to be annexed. given to the winning from Starke spoke on regional Eletive officers of the new ller.:: Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Cannuigton woods hunting when he saw iffair Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. New
first, t
establishments a
SEE EDITORIAL Libraries a system ,sponsored by ,.chapter are: Worthy Matron, and daughter, Linda andi tne child, busily stuffing acorns Training for Sen-ice.
j tcond and third place prize Beatrice I
ON PAGE FOURin l :he American Library association, L. Schroeder: Worthy Mr. and Mrs. Claude Fulbright and 'nto her sweater pocket. s
order to be approved the an- i rath of two different categories b> which with city county and Patron. Ralph C. Crawford; Asso- children from Palatka; Mr. and 1 A search party. comprised of about KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's
decorations this
f.T: home year. Jate
nexation must have the o. k. oftwo Federal aid, all of the people are Matron, Betty Sargent; As- f r Mrs. Winfred Conner and chil- 150 people in the Brooklyn
thirds of those voting at both 'One category will be the theme type served. This is done by means of sociate Patron Key Miller Sar- I cren, Orlando; and Mr. and Mrs. tettion.; had been combing the Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes
places. Sixty-five residents are based: on the religious r bookmobile service to outlying gent! ; Secretary. Elizabeth Himble; E. J. Hogan and family from the area since the child's disappearance -
wnile the other will be for the Tieasvrer SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY
qualified to vote in the area pro- Clause, ilistiicts operating from a central' Vera Ownbey; Conductress |Methodist Youth Camp in Lees- i, was reported by the grand- -
commercial type-
posed to be annexed and around library.! Ernestine L. Eisenacher; ,. borg.: I'-uher. Keystone Heights Lucile Foster Owner
: details will be
etc. More contest A' ,
250 are qualified within the city Bulletin notary Ladies' Night :>ociate Conductress, Phyllis C. Russell Keener arrived last Friday The Clay County Sheriffs office -
pasted on the Post Office il
!limits.Failure: to gain two-thirds ; editions' Local Rotarians and their ladies: ssl'Y. to spend five days with his said that Brown 72 years old.
Board and in succeeding
majority approval either inside <'njoyed a fine evening on Satur- | Worthy Matron Schroeder appointed mother Mrs. Ernie Howard and ij i i, who lives in a small cabin over
the limits or in the proposed-to-be of this column. ';'Y. Nov. 21, at the Woman's Club.', additional officers of the I .>.ter: Mrs. Betty St. Amour and]j i'fife' rater on Lot 34, Brooklyn b New Subdivision
annexed area would spell defeat i Woman's Club Hears Librarians Dinner was prepared by the Junior chapter as follows: Chaplain Sara I her son Joel. Mr. Keener is from Lake gave several different ac-
far the 'measure. Since the Keystone Heights Wo- Woman's Club and there were McDonald; Marshall Irene C. Houston. Texas.G. cjunts: of the child's disappearance. -
The area proposed to be annexed !i t mans Club has voted to make the some exciting games. There was a Dawson; Organist Beatrice P. P. Hendry, who has been He first said he saw some- r JUST OPENED ON

includes 43 homes and is Library their chief project for the quartet contest, and it is hoped |Lavey: Adah Martha Snellen; staying at the Lee House, has 1 :..e pick the child up in a station
bounded by a line starting at the year i the regular program lunch- the winners will be invited to en- '' Ruth. Ruth Mitchell; Esther. EdithA. coved to Gainesville. wagon. Clay County' deputies saidit IX LAKE FRONT LOTS Gator Bone Lake
intersection of Peach and Orchid I F ton meeting held on Tuesday, Nov. ter a hog-callmg contest at the Thomquist: Martha, Bernice ilr. and Mrs. Clarence Holden is now believed the child strayed -

Streets;, including blocks 9 and 10 k 124, was given over entirely to the next county fair representing Young; Electa Irene Williams: and family had as Thanksgivingguests away though it is remarkable Near Keystone Heights
thence(I discussion of the problems of the' Warder. Bonnie G. Jones; Sentinel rhc could have :
of Lake View Highlands anyone but the Rotary Club. j i their respective parents, gotten so far from B GOOD SANDY BEACHES
running to Grove St., down Grove i i Library; and ways for making it a Dr. Lee C. Eggert from the' Thomas M. Finley.- Mr. and Mrs. C._ H. _Hoirfpn_ __ nf P_*. home through a wooded area.
to Point View Road, and on to real asset to the community. School of Education of the Uni- Members besides the officers ;'aika and Mr. and n Mrs.* u Emory V* The Clay County officers said Nice Shade.... Large, Lots!!
Lake Geneva, extending 200 feet The newly-appointed Library versity of Florida was the speaker named are: Anna S. James Ger- S. Mai tin of Crescent City. the child apparently unharmed byre $..?.4a TO $.).a.a

into the lake from the water's f i Committee was present: Mrs. Juli- :at the regular luncheon meeting rude K. Houser, Hazel C. McKay, Mr. and Mrs. For( Hensley and several hours' exposure on a 20 PER CENTlJOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY

edge, thence easterly back to i Uo Hanson Chairman Mrs. Wil- 'If: the Keystone Rotary Club Friday j Mabel Crawford Helen V. Egan. Hazel Billy, and Dale Roberson ,bitterly cold day. had been turned S. E. MKAYREALTORKeystone
Peach Street. h Ham Dawson Miss Anna McCul- Nov. 27. His subject was Ac- Lucy Finley. Ruth Ohlson. Daisy children of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ro- 'c/er to her mother. Mrs. Mary
In the regular town election Gaige E. Louis Kyle Julius Han- ntditation of Southern High 8. Hall Rosalie Colgin and Brothers bcTson. left last Wednesday to ''Ann Coffman. 21, of 4852 Donnybrook -
also set for Tuesday, five candidates i son and Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Holt. Schools. ; Hector L. Ownbey, J. A. Williams spend two weeks in Newton, W. .: Sherwood Forest Jackson- Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151
I I'I and Lester :Melrose: Phone Granite 5-2968
: H. Eisenacher.The
I 1T11le.
are bidding for the three
Program Chairman Mrs. James : The Rotary Club will hold a Va.Mr. i
places to be filled. on the Town I j|'I N. Cook introduced the Library Ham and Turkey Shoot sometime i i.i.IS following members of and Mrs. Earl Hartsfield
Council. They are H. L. Staff, all of whom volunteered month:: the date to be announced Starke Chapter 224 served as registration and daughter. Susie spent the
jt the home of
Mrs. Bess
G. E. Wiggins and Fred ownbeY'j I their services Mrs. Alma Frost i i Sue committee: Worthy Matson weekend with Mrs. Hartfield'sparents' were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cody Lynn of r Santa Says .
Thomas, and Past Wor-
full incumbents seeking reelection David Nelson Mrs. Sara Mc- Brownie Scout Troop t\o. 229 .Mr; and Mrs. John Harpe
1, Bill Beam and Don Shackle-'I Mrs Brownie Scout Troop No. 229 I thy Matrons Cleo Harley, Louise a4d family. j I I iF.Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. R.
ford. I McDonald are alt Kite. Ruby Hayes and Rlftli. _' Mfr. and.Mrs. Lyon. Jr. and family. ,
Collector Sara made 25 Santa Clause tray favorsat I Charles T. Riddling -,
Mayor M. L Beasley, Tax As- seeking re-election and have no their last meeting for the Brad- j Mitchell. .of Ft. lbers'.and Mr. and Duplicate Bridge DIG

ee&sor... T. M. Millican and Tax'opposition.! ,III frrd County Hospital in Starke. Mrs. Shuler Cox.-.and-family.ot.,. Winners of the Melrose Dupli- ,
I I Tne favors will top a cup of candy: jlar!i I business: meeting will be held. Jacksonville spentThanksgiving 1 sate Bridge Club were: high. Mrs.

I mints to be placed on the trays of !' Monday, Dec. 7, at 7:30 p. m. with Mr. Riddling's and-Airs Cox's Mary Cook and Miss Sally Mansfield this
I the patients at the hospital on !i the Sunday School Board will mother Mrs. C. L. -Mann. I ; 2nd Mrs Edith Larsen and ,

,!Christmas! Day- :,meet to plan the Children's Program Mr. and Mrs. E: C. Riddling of Miss: Iva Hillyer: 3rd MrsHelen
I The Brownies are continuing to Orange Park .spent Thanksgiving Phelos! and Mrs. Alice Ketchum::
Gena'sKEYSTONE : to be given on Sunday Dec. .: '
tJ make Christmas gifts for their. (:!Sunday School Supt. E. T. with Mrs. Riddling's parents, Mr. 4ih, Miss Bessie Rutherford and DEAL!
"Mends and.U1eif.parents.:: j Martin hopes all officers and: and Mrs.-John Harpe arid'family.:: 1Cuaiinued.On...Next'PagelW'iIi 'A-

former Resident Passes "|;tachers will attend this import- Mrs. C: W: Rogers spent the j I II -
People in Keystone Heights were ant meeting.St. Thanksgiving weekend with her! II I' c:

HEIGHTS, FLORIDA shocked to learn of the sudden Anne's Episcopal Church daughter Miss Elizabeth Rogers

death of Edward Stuckey, a former I For the next few weeks, ..the of Jacksonville. 'I I I
resident of Keystone. Mr. i choirs of Trinity Church in Mel- Prior to attending the FSU-i I I : KINDER :
Florida !
WILL BE OPEN Stuckey 41. died of a heart attack rose and of St. Anne's will praj-: football game in Gaines-
ALL DAY WEDNESDAY on Monday evening. Nov. 25, tice together in preparation *fcr 7dIe.'Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holden i

in Orlando where they had been I Ihving. {the Christmas Eve Services at St. Were, guests.at a luncheon honoring !
THRU CHRISTMAS FOR YOUR Funeral services were held :. Anne's. prominent educatorsthroughout"the I

Friday in West Palm Beach. He is i i], The women of Trinity Church in 'state at the home ITO YOUR I II
; .
SHOPPING CONVENIENCE survived by his wife and three Melrose will hold their annual I of Jack Williams.Sent \
I I and Mrs. J. ERedl[ ] Cross
sons- Bazaar starting at noon today, THIS BEAUTIFUL
Lisa ImprovingMr. j II ;Thursday until 9 this evening, I and family spent Thanksgiving in'I

For and Mrs. Jim Hetherington and from 10 a. m. until 5 p. m. I Live Oak Western Flyer
GIFTS "" All The
Family EYES
are pleased to report that thei tomorrow. Parishioners are askedto Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and j
Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer and
three year old daughter Lisa is support this Bazaar, and encourage -
Blenko Glassware their friends to do so. family included Mrs. Ella Brown i
accident making a she fast had recovery a few weeks from ago the!{I I "Redemption and Revelation"is uid grandson. Butch Vown; Mrs. ', I I II BICYCLE for boy or girl!

:[ Royal Haeger Pottery when she punctured her eye with I':. the topic for the Advent Study: Nancy Bass and Nancy and Nina j SYLVANIA TV
Wesley ,
all of Gainesville.
a pair of sewing scissors. Of course Gioup. Sign up now, if you ,ares I
Brass From India :,:.e must make frequent trips toj,. interested in joining this. group. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Simmons returned WITH Make this Christmas easy! on, Santa's pocketbook by
I last week from
I a trip toi
First Baptist Church I
I I doctor! in Jacksonville. The He- setting a Western Flyer Bicycle ABSOLUTELY FREE
Sunday evening. Dec. 13. there Spartanburg. South Carolina. ; HAIOUCHT.
Metalware From Holland j tneringtons are grateful to all the I 'I' j with each purchase of this ,
Can- General
nice people in Keystone Heights ,r-vill be a special Christmas and Mrs. R. P. Hollis
I who did so much to make their ''dlelight Service at the First Bap- went to Augusta Ga. to visit their fI
Candles For All OccasionsAnd r ordeal easier. They want to thank II jt'Et Church. There will be an- their son-in-law and daughter( 0
I everyone for the food and babysitting ,: 'hems and carols by all four Rev. and Mrs. D. Pritchart and Starke Radio & TV
Many Other choirs. Everyone is invited. The family.Mr .
Interesting Items i and for the many cards I -
i and gifts which Lisa received 'program will begin at 7:30 p. m. I and Mrs. Andrew P. Dunk 311 East Call Street r
:chile in the hospital. St. William's Catholic Church pent last weekend in Memphis
,I CHURCH NEWSCommunity / Monday evening. Dec. 7, there Tenn. Starke, Fla.
I will be another .one of those good Guests for Dinner Freezer-Refrigerator Combination
and Thanksgiving
TOYS GAMES Church News ,covered-dish suppers at the Recreation -
I Ito
Women of the Community ; Hall. Everyone in the I
lurch will meet Monday, Dec- 7.1 It parish is invited. The Catholic I
: Complete Line fjr a covered dish luncheon. At I Club will hold a short meeting 12 CU. FT.
11 a. m.. Mrs. Chester Moody will jfter the supper things are cleared -
review the Foreign Mission Study away. .
from infants to adults Book entitled "The Way in Al ri- Choir Practice is held on Wed-
I 349.00Only
ca." After the luncheon, the regu- I Continued On Next Pagel '

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&__A& &&&&&&& &&.....I I Mrs. Dodd thinks perhaps a tourist sister. until everyone is served. LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALjAAk Sneila of Orlando were Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling and I from Jacksonville and Mrs.

KEYSTONE may have lost him. as all locali Playschool Closes With Party Melrose Whips 'White Springs guests at the home of Mr. children of Jacksonville were Eflie Johns of Starke visited the

.d: Irish setters are accounted for. The Happy Hour Playschool Ft. White HAM PT.Ol .red Mrs. Don HilL Thanksgiving guests of their Oscar Carters Thanksgiving Day
HIGHLIGHTS i that will claim closed for the Holidays on Wednesday The Melrose Bulldogs got their Mr. and MrsMilton Mosher and I mother. Mrs. Lois Carter. :Mr. and Mrs. LonzieNorman
hopes someone morning Nov. 25. The day ;basketball season off to a good children Daniel Billie and of Mi-
I spent! Thanksgiving noli- j Browning and Mr. and a.id son family
IS, Ain. I) r; inn
auu &&&&.&.&.....A... him soon, as he is valuable dog, was a happy one for all the children tart winning. three of the four 'ays in Stewart MisS.. with reia-,Mrs. Canova of Jacksonville visited ;I l aim visited the Oscar Carter fam-

and her children are becoming too because there was a lovely games played. 1 ..ta.aa.u..a..uaa.ter.PTA gives the Oscar Carters Thursday i I lily Friday.

(Continued from Page 7)) :fond of him.Thanksgiving. birthday party to mark the 4th :. The Bulldogs split ,their games Meets Twiight Visiting! Friday in Hampton with aitemoon.Mr Mr.and Mrs. Johnny Hazen and

nesday _evenings at 7:30 and on guests of Mr. and birthday of:Hal Eisenacher.son of Tuesday' night .In. ,a ,copfemjce Hampton Elementary PTA \\"ill' Mr. and Mtjs. W. P. McElroy were and Mrs. Howard Norman !!! baby of Jacksonville spent
Mr.and 1'.tt.9-:Lester Eisenacher'ofSanta game at White Springs ,with the Rev. and Mrs. of herIXIrenS
Sundays at noon. Every Choir'Mrs. Everett Fox and family WeD meet Thursday Dec. lOp at 7:30 John Barko and and children spent Thanksgiving 'Thanksgivms Day as guests
: Fe Lake. Hal's mother rvys varsity winning and the,girls family of Plant and Mr- and Mrs. Othma Norman
member should make'special effort p. m. in the school auditorium. City. Day fishing at Brooklyn Lake -
j I i Herbert Nelson and Herbie. Jr. ItI
to attend at this time. : brought the refreshments and losing. Mr. and Mrs Leon Sauls were lake: Geneva. They reported a fine .
Personals I was: a happy day.for Mr. Nelson, a favors and aside from the regular At the end of the first quarter, Reports on the Hallowe'en carnival Thanksgiving Day guests of her j catch. Mrs. Irene Odom was Sunday

There was a family reunion at'. former member of the Univ. of beautiful birthday cake,each child: the boys were tied 12-12. In the will be given at.the business parents.Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Futch Mrs. J. S. Norman and daugh- .dinner guest of Mrs. M. C. Rob

the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred I North Carolina football team because had a fancy cup-cake to takehome. second quarter the Bulldogs.man- meeting, and discussion of the ivar Lawtey. Visiting here Mon- ters Lois and Gladys visited Miss erts.
) aged to pull ahead 7 points,as they cooler to be purchased with .
Dodd on Thanksgiving Day. anyone watching TV that day with the Sauls was Mrs. Louise Debbie Phillips at Highland and I\lr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns and
The Happy Hour Playschool will cored 14 while keeping White the proceeds., Principal J. C. Hobbs .
Guests included knows Carolina beat Castles of Lochloosa. MrsMinnie Phillips of Lawtey
:Mrs. Dodd's parents cay that will daughter; Alma visited Mr. and
not resume sessions until January Springs to 7. The Bulldogs con- explain about report cards I
Mr. and Mrs- A. R. Marwick Duke. Billy Horne of Homestead AFB Monday night. Mrs. Azure Johns of Jacksonville
i Gordon in the from. the viewpoint of the teacher -
i..I960according to Mrs. tinued streaking ahead '
of Juniper Springs; Mrs. Dodd's I Sam Gardner and Sam Jr. and school.Refresnments. spent Thanksgiving weekend here George Basdin and a friend }:) week.
aunt, Miss Marie Marwick and 1 1!!drove to Charleston. W. Va. for I I I Adams, the teacher. I tnird quarter as they scored 21 with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. -
'rhile keeping their hosts to 12. will be served in
her friend Miss Margaret Boyd. Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Gardner v. W. Horne. and all were dinner I
both of Winter Park. Miss Boyd is: was in Charleston with her father, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMELROSE In the final quarter the White the lunchroom following the business guests on Thursday of Mr. and j when you needRELIABLE

aa instructor at Orlando Junior. H. L. Connon, who has been ill Springs Five rallied scoring 17 meeting. Mrs Robert Barksdale and children I
while keeping Melrose to 9. The Thanksgiving Play Given
in Starke.
College. Other guests were Mrs. and her husband and son sudden-I I
Dodd's three sisters and their ly decided to pay her a surprise I I 1............... yyyY... rally came too late, however ,andre ;Members of eighth grade. presented Mrs. J. L. Williams and Russell I
; Bulldogs chalked up their first a play on Colonial life for GAS SERVICETHINK
cf Hampton and Don
Pearson of I
families Mrs.
namely: Jack Tilgh- I I
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visitMr victory, 56-48. 'he entire student body in the
man and five children of Palatka, I and Mrs. George Schaefferhad I the University of Florida were
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Knadle and dinner at Barry's on Friday Mrs. Nan Hopkins. I Top scorer for Melrose was Calvin school auditorium on last Tuesday Thanksgiving Day guests of the OF
I I .i O'Steen with 17 points followed -l lternoon. ,
four children of Jacksonville, and [evening the occasion being their PTA Notice U. M. Matchetts. Barbara Matchett -
Renfro with 14 and Written.. directed and
by Ray played by
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swanson and l I wedding anniversary. They went ] The Melrose PTA will hold itsregular spent the weekend in St. I
with 11. .James the students, the play's cast of
twg children of Winter Park. i ito a movie after dinner. i iI monthly meeting Monday, I IIRe. Johnny Prevatt Petersburg and Clermont. I TANKS FROM I 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR Ul-
Another "guest" at Dodd's last I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Raynor of 7 at 8 p. m. in Melrose High Dee of White Springs was top :haracters included Joan Carter, Mrs. J. H. Day Mis. Inzie Morrow -I
I,corer for his team, and tied 0- Joyce Conklin JUarcica Griffis and PHONE WO 4-3351;
weekend was uninvited but has Lakeside Cottages drove to Colum- School) auditorium. son Mervin of Plant City
I,Steen with 17 points. He was followed Myrtle Ann Hinson, Linda Loper,
teen making himself right at"bia. S. C. for Thanksgiving, to be Trailways Lines Serve Melrose were weekend guests of the
home. He is a pretty red Irish Set- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Berrian The Tamiami Trailways Linesnave i I; by Jerry Ogburn with 9 and Joyce Melton Carol Rhoden, Paty Matchetts and the G. P. Wads-

ter and hardly more than a pup. Riley. Mrs. Riley is Mr. Raynor's taken over bus service in Lamar Cheshire with 7. > Roark. and Nancy Zacek. \\'orths.'YY.YY.Y.YYYY.YYYYYYY.Y1.
..... I Melrose. A bus now leaves Melrose', The Melrose lassies were not loser Hansen. who directed the I That's Our BusinessIf
so lucky, though they certainly play also wrote most of it. Don
enroute to Gainesville at 7:20 a. It's Glass We Bar III!
weren't pushovers. It was a guess- Srandes served as announcer. Costumes -
m. and 8:50: p. m. A bus leaves
Melrose enroute to Jacksonville at : ing game with White Springs finilly used in the play, old-fash- NORTH SIDE CALL WRITE or VISIT
coming out on top 41-40. ioned dresses and bonnets weiealso
19:45 a. m- and 10 p. m. This is a'' l
Stormant high scorer designed by the class. I Glass Co.
Audrey was Joe Peters
temporary schedule and may be I I By IVfrs. John Cowart I IiAaaauaaaac.aaaaaaaaaa.
if the night as she threw 32 telephone At School .
at later date. Ticketscan
changed a I I
the hoop. She was A telephone has been installed .
x points through NEED
be purchased at Perry's Sundries FOR ANY GLASS
tO the bus stop in Melrose. followed by Melrose's Laurell in the.school, Mr. Hobbs reported. Visitors at .Northside Baptist We Design Modern Store Fronts
UP $600CASH Jones who accounted for 23 Bull- The number is Ho-8-2833.<
James Beck Accepts Teaching Church Sunday included sons-in- Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Eileen Carter had 10 .Pictures of each student in the
dog points.
Post At Melrose law and daughters of Rev. J. D.
winners and Virginia Ford j-eiiool taken Tuesday Table Tops
fir the were on
State Representative James Kesterson. Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
"Gator" Beck from Palatka has 19! for the losers. lois: week. l-cwis of Jacksonville and Mrand 1313 N.W. 4ih, PL Gainesville< Phone FR. 2353COLD

accepted the job as social studies i The Bulldogs stretched their Although official word from the Mrs- Alvin Guthrie of Palatka.
streak: to two games a- school board on Christmas vaca-
teacher; at :Melrose High School. : Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.;
losses Friday night as I ion hasn't been received itill
He replaces Miss Jane Hunter. ;ainst no Harold Alvarez were Mrs. Kath-
FOR ALL WORTHY NEEDS Rep. Beck graduated from the I I I they met the Ft. White Five on !probably be for two weeks. begin- erine Sponholtz Mrs.Verda Johns. WEATHER: AHEADM
The girls made it ning Friday, Dec. 18. with stu-
I' tome territory.
University of Florida in January, and Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Alvarez
:. a double victory winning their ients returning to classes on Mon- I
Itf59 with a AB degree in Educa- and children. I
CONSOLIDATE BILLS tion. He majored in Social Studies I I first game. .lay. Jan. 4, Mr. Hobbs said. Mrs. Sponholtz visited Mrs.IMaude i I

TAXES REPAIRS and Secondary Education. I I :Melrose took an early lead and Revival Continues Hess and Mrs. Carmichael FUEL OILWE
finished off the first quarter witha Ihrough Sunday I pY
MEDICAL EXPENSES Beck was elected State Representative I ls1."eek. j I
lead. 10-4. However theJslowed Revival services at Hampton
6 point
Putnam County in Mr. ,
CASH PURCHASES ; from and Mrs Eugene Douglasana
down in the second and Baptist Church will continue for
1954 and re-elected in 1956 and daughter Genia. of Miami )
IMPROVEMENT Pro-I i i trailed 20-19 at the half. The second the remainder of this week clos-
1958. He elected Speaker '
was spent Thanksgiving weekend with I
Reduce Budget PaymentsOn half scoring was dominatedby ing with a full day on Sunday,
Tempore of the House of Representatives i the Oscar Carters, who are cou CLOSE AS YOU
Furniture, Auto, 1958. the Melrose five as they netted Dec. 6, with dinner on the grounds' ARE AS
in sins. and other relatives.Mr. .
Appliances and has 16 points while holding Ft. White :and a song service Sunday after-I' .
Rep Beck is married I and Mrs. Earl Denmark and r ;' /
12.'t o 6. and ending the game with a noon in addition to regular services !
one daughter. age .I I
"Susie The Siren" To Be i 35-26 victory. both Sunday morning and I
PROMPT, EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICEON Presented At Melrose, I Top scorers for the game were tening. I For Quick Service fT

ALL REQUESTS The Junior Class at Melrose Bulldogs' Larry Cooper with 15 Allen R. Price of Highland View I WILLIAMSJEWELRY I :

1 High School will present the play I'and Calvin O'Steen with 10. Billy k evangelist for revival services /
contributed 8 points to lead beginning each evening at 7:30 p.
OR CALL TODAY "Susie the Siren" Saturday, Dec.
STOP IN 5, at 3 p. m. in the Melrose High!' Fi. White scoring. at at the church. Song servicesare
Virginia Ford led the Melrose under the direction of Leon- DIAL
&hool auditorium. -
Members of the cast include: lassies to victory by tosing 23 of ard Moody of Graham with Ray- WATCHES DIAMONDS I

TOWN\ FINANCE CO. Sandy Ridaught Dale Fallin. Alvin heir 44 points through the hoop. mond Moody at the piano. REPAIRSAll WO 4-4641

Winslow Fredrickson, Margaret Porter was top.scorer Friday morning's program will : ,
Lilly '
Work (;'uaranteedv ( r
144 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. I'hone WO 4.9091WAYNE'S Carol Allison Carol Hansen. Mike for i i Ft. White with 15 tallies. Final :complete the week of programs r
'Shdprayer for the WMU studying -.I A..,Co.. Williams ,
Lawrence. Charles Brown BarbaraTurner |score was>44-33-Ti.: t>
I Maida Griffin. Mary An- Friday night finds Anthony at about foreign missions. At 9:30a. I 142 W. Call St. : REGISTER & SON
.- the is entitled "0 I I I u
ne Townsend Larry Brown Don :Melrose for a Rivertand Conference God m.,We Pray program for All Mankind." Starke( Fla. I,
Butler Peggy Wallace, Linda Formerly! Roberts( Jewelry
game. Tuesday, Dec. S, Mel-! S. S. Birthday Party I
CASHSUPER SLJ Ickland. and Phillip Morris.
:.lobe will once again be host as Four birthdays were honored \ GULF OIL PRODUCTS
Mrs. Frances Stephenson is spon-
daturdav afternon when 10 members -
I they meet Chiefland in 8non-
of the play.A I
sor conference of the Beginners' Sunday
spaghetti supper will be served I I School Class of Hampton Baptist I

ETTE in the High School Cafeteria Church had a quarterly "birthday
YOU'LL LOVE the new Es'twI the church.
prior to the play. It is sponsoredby I' arty" at I
brook pane-ftiz0 fountain pens la L-
After games. Mrs. C. Cooper
671 MADISON STREET the senior class. Serving will 1 pastel AhA eA. Only $s.4a a' Brad served refreshments; of cookies i

start at 5:30: and will continue I ford Couatr: ...4er-aph.. chocolate and candy to the chile 1 J IJ

WE, GIVE FAMILY STAMPS then and three mothers present.Children .

whose birthdays were

honored were Steve and Joey
Complete Line Fancy Groceries Boon Ruthie Roark. and Donna Alc.iai

Western and Native Meats Dortch.Personate .t

i Mrs. Frank Hicks and children

Dozier/ Gay Paints .a, of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.'

x Robert Cox of Hampton were
HICKORY V Thanksgiving dinner guests of

.k: Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox.

SMOKED BACON lb 29 /' Mrs. P. H. Lott spent a week'

t t visiting relatives in Stewart. Miss.
returning early last week. She

SUPERIOR d made the trip with her sin-in-law

TI :t. xw.. end daughter,Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
2 lbs. in
OLEO quarters 29C crd Castle and children of Gain- .

< o ? '*na esville.C. I
r G W. Slade was home with his

FRYERS.Fl. Grade A lb 29 I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Slade THIS 2 BED ROOM HOUSE WITH BATH, ;.LIVING
for the Thanksgiving weekend.
from Ft. Eustis Va.. and he was ROOM KITCHEN WITH HOT WATER CHEATER

accompanied by a friend. Larry .
lam lb. &iR. iltcbJvL"
Mr. and Mrs. David Brown and .

PURE LARD 31br; 39C 4Ii4COMSOUtDIRTYZBecuse{ children Hawthorne spent with Thanksgiving Mrs. Brown's Dayn FOR I

mother, Mrs. Mina Beckam.Mr. .

; and Mrs. C. A. Cox have
Maxwell lIb| it is of its to Miami. -where they wiHspend OILY To Party with Approved
'COFFEE House fog 59 doing one most important jobs gone I $ 00
\ -cleaning your engine. the next two months with Credit, and Who; 'Wants

You'd be amazed at the dirt and sludge that I their sons and daughter's familieS-I'
Visiting with the'E. L. Per A Permanent Home!
CLOROX quart? bottle' lSc builds up inside your engine as it operates..asmuch 'Thanksgiving were Mr. .

as a pound in every 2500 miles of driving! Albert Birt of St. Petersburg and : "

If that dirt were allowed to cling to engine Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lester of Hamp- Week .J

parts, you'd soon have a mighty big repair bill... 4i

t SALMON Black Top -- 49C but instead, your motor oil seizes the dirt,and ton.Mr.. and Mrs. Gene Clouse and

holds it in suspension where it can do no harm. family Irene Planavsky of Bradenton and and daughter Mrs. i' .($60.00 A Month for 144 Months Total Cost) .

Then when you drain your oil outcomes the

dirt with it. 1, This Home is on a Lot 100 x 185, with Well, Pump, and

t.SHELLS. 12 ga. Monarch box $2'29 Here at our Cities Service station. we recommend Health-Facts
'Electricity and includes Closing Costs Interest Fire and "
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.TYTT..YYYYYYYVYT.YV _, ,. era I days last week in Jackson- Auss. eu1ie and Rev. and Mrs- Edgar of Hizh Springs were Thanksgiving and son Douglas and Mrs. EffieI Thanksgiving with relatives in At The Tabernacle I

..'" Those celebrating their birthdays Wiikertcn and children were dinner guests of Mrs. HE.. I '" aiM lighter Elaine of Panama City.

BROOKER{ Miss Carolyn McDavid of Jack- at the home of Lloyd Barry. Thursday luncheon guests of Mr- Stukes.Mr. Starke spent from Wednesday till Party For Linda Edwards '. tceeuiar weekend services were II

,OHHeas home with her parents Sunday. were Mrs. Mattie Barry. a:?d Mis.: Noon :Mott and Mr. and and Mrs. D. C. Vollonweiier; t2.u.j in iviidini visiting Mr. and Mrs. J- E. Edwards entertained hind at the Tabernacle closing

liy ISurtniru s!t e Davis! over the weekend. A. Land J. R. Crews and Mrs. :Mrs. J. R. :Mott aud chhdien of Waycross. Ga. and i is:Mrs. C. .H. Callahan and Mr. and Saturday afternoon at a children's Sunday night with a message oy '

iki.i. Vv. T. Blair spent the weekend Coinita Barry. Guests for the oc- Mr. end Mrs. Jack Simmons and oaughter Carolyn of Atlanta were i Mrs. W. Shanley.. party given in honor of her daugh- !the sponsor concerning some of 'I
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with her daughter Mrs. Sch- cision were Mr. and: Mrs. Eldon rcn Lamar of the Mountie Oak j Thanksgiving dinner guests of Debbie Hardin Has Party tf-r Linda's tenth birthday anni-' :Jir great meetings of the Bible. I

Miss Martha Davis Honored iey Deloach of Jacksonville and Hardee and children and Mr. and section, and Mr. and ]Mrs. Her- Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey.Mrs. Mr and Mrs. J. W. Hardin were \,'}'Sat'.)'. Eleven of Linda's friendswno closing with a forward look to the

l1iiartha; C. Davis of Alachu.i Sunday they all attended the De- Mrs. Jimmy Crosby of Stark shal Laifield of Gainesville! were T. W. Mal key and Mrs. hosts Sunday afternoon at a birth- attended: played games and I gicatesi meeting of all: "TheMeetina '

bude-eiect of Eldridge Hayes was loath: reunion in Brunswick Ga. ?iits Lula Crews. Mrs. Alma Hen- S'inday afternoon visitors of Mr. FUt Baxter were the Sunday ;j oariy honer of their daughter Andy Mayton and Elaine Ringsn I J : in The Air." I'

the inspiration for a lovely mis- ; Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes of anx, Mr. and :Mrs. Billy Hendrix end Mrs. Noon Mott. RJtemoon'Wtors of Debbie's sixth aniversary. In- ;.. won prizes. Refreshments of i: '
Mr. and Mrs. "c', U1VER I
CHianeous shower at the Brooker Lake Butler were the Wednesday ..nd son and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mr. and Mis. Marsha Mott and !J. O. Dennison of Midway and Mr. j deer games were played by Debbie birthday cake. ice creara. cookies ;;j ji BAPTIST% CllUPCn

community center Thursday night. fight dinner guests of :Mr. and Crews of Jacksonville: Mr. and ,c ns cf Lakeland were weekend und Mis. R. K. Dukes of Lake: .and her 16 guests. The partyj.ujULj =nd nus were served.Itfrs Sunday Srnool. 10 a. m. Worship I

, Arrangements of red and white Mrs. T. W. Markey.Mrs. Mrs.: A. L. Crews of- Lacrosse and guests of his parents. Mr. and ,Butler. were decorated with pastel J. E. Edwards and daughter ; j! Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Serv- !
chrysanthemums and holly were Johnnie Dyes visited her Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Beasleyand AirsNoon Mo'.t. Linda were din- !
j Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards and ;colored! balloons and favors. Birth Thanksgiving ; m Prayer Meeting ea .
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used to decorate ents in Salt for several :Mrs.: Carnetia Barry and son Miss Jackie Parrish and Harold !
the center. pai Springs ; children of Gainesville were day cake ice cream and soft /icr !guests of Mr and Mrs. T. G. dnesdav.! 7:30 I
The bride's table was covered ,i.iy last week. : Dvuglas of Haines City. 'Xtng of Gain \'i1Ieisited her Thursday dinner guests of Mr. I drinks weie served and Debbie re- Iklxrards of Brooker. I! p.m.

with a red linen cloth and cen- Mr. and Mrs. Brannen and Mr. '!! in. and Mrs. J. C. Harrell en- p..ents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Par- :and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sr. Visitors ;rivet many gifts. Mrs. Zedra Hamilton of Brooker ington Springs were weekend

.., and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and ChIl- .oyed the following dinner guests ,ich, Sunday afternoon. II
u.vU ui a crystal holder witha during the weekend were Misses 'I IBobcy The Home Demonstration Club and Mrs. J. K. Thomas of Worth- visitors of Mr. and Mrs Edwards.
burning red taper. dren of Palatka visited Mr. and Thanksgiving: Day: Mr. and Mrs. Sgt. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee of .
Hodges and Beverly Hubble and Community Club will! have a I II
The bride's book was kept by :Mrs.: T. W. Markey Thursday ::Jrev.Dukes of Worthington Parris Island were weekend guests
i and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers ofJacksonville. i I joint! Cmistmas; party at the Club- i
1.1 is. Vivian Parker and guests r.ntinoon and were dinner guestsci Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sta- 01: :Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Jr. j I
Sgt. and Mrs. Cecil house. Thursday. Dec. 10, beginning i
were greeted at the door by one of Mr. and MrsRoy Green. ton and son of Statesville. Ga.: Miss Mary Bigham accompanied 1fJ/cl. n $iO 'lri1 COORS
Davis .... OS
: and children cf Columbia, j jI ( at 7 p. m. Gifts to cost no i ( ,
:.he following hostesses, Mrs. Win- Mrs. Mitchell Douglas of Gaine.ville Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Beach and the Betty Gainey family to j v..4' faft
j I Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. E. vV. Hod- : sure than $1, will be exchanged-:: i r
nie Andrews, Mrs. Mildred Harell was the weekend guest of ,::1 n. Mis. Mary Brown and sOn the bowling alley in Gainesville PGRtti i".. SUESr. !!
I jc-js Jr. of Americus Ga. : Hostesses Mrs. Belche, Mrs. Sin- SrOil5" iSt' lS
Mrs. Vivian Parker,. Mrs. Jackie tier daughter. Mrs. J. V. Edwards. aitd Mr. and Mrs. James Harrell Sunday for an afternoon of fun. Mr. i i! \ Ii J 19
[ and Mis. AI Rain of High clair tnd Mrs. Swann will serve -
..,...Ik. Aiis. fcona Edwards. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Mott of aid baby of Gainesville; and :Mr. Miss Judy Kelley of Jacksonville i Siin'isited: I .. l.. '. # '.itti'
: ; her mother. Mrs. refrfhments. i \r '
Jean: Douglas, Mrs. W. E. BighamJr. ; Ha ue visited: Mrs. Mattie .sow ells and Mrs. Wade Harrell and Mrs. was. home with her parents. Mr. I iiamie: < ,lt.I WTH ON! OF. (z;
Hodges Sunday night. #: .tJ
., Mrs. Dollie Harrell, Mrs. Ruth Monday. L.ca Waters. rind Mis. J. W. Kelley. for the i J- W. Hardin will direct the i 't- ; -, fJJ:11if) Moper then ClanS
j Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Robinson' < : l 1, F .,. ,... 'f
uin' at the .
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Mizelle and Mrs Mana Wiggans. We are happy to have Rev. > Mrs. Mary Green and Mrs. weekend. and 1 I : Ir.":'
I daughter of Pompano were : .. 4.
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The punch table was covered Ttmple back at his post after re- o'e Brown were Thursday guestsof Miss Annette Green and brother I ;& Baptist Church revival this J '

with a led linen cloth centered c-mt surgery on his knee. ; Mis.:: : Virgie Hale and MrsMyr- John of Gainesville were, home forche j,III.Friday Sowells.guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1'week; Everyone is invited to at- i'tir r* WlfeEQS fnAi&A&5

with an arrangement of red and Ivlrs. N*. J. Davis was the over- ; cc! Scsrbor of Lake Butler. holiday weekend with their ::i. tend.Mr. i :
{ I Misses Sandra: and Terry So- and : -ij' .Vi 'HtXtSlf. S>TTKPRCOF.MADE EtinR. LAST LCNCtl I
'nite chrysanthemums surrounded JiJht truest!: of her daughter. Mrs. j: Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Vickery and parents Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mrs. Ralph Upton spent / ; _'" -.-

by holly and crystal candelabra W. A. Davis of Waldo Friday and ', lien 01 DeFuniak Springs, Mr. Green. I slid wells Mrs.were H.weekend A. Coleman guests of of Gain-Mr. :; !. llic ('Count Jndsr'o r Tier.. In I' >t ."".: .r :; r $1 J; ttt1r1 \ 354'

holding burning red tapers. Crystal Mrs. Da\is .and children accomj j 1,. nd Mrs. Frank Tinney and sons Miss Barbara Sue Davis returned taville. I l .\:1111',1' Ur-nlfnr.l fount. KIwrM.i. I -$'; 1 ,M "'d.tI'4(1:1dl( :
punch bowls were placed at 'i ponied her home for the weekend. ; of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. to the University in Gainesville In Prnhntr, !I :.Ji' Ir: 1.0 "" 26'"''
In Co Estate .r
We are sorry to hear< Wally! : J. Troy: Lynn teeII' : ,,, ;?
each end of the table and presidedover 1, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Barry spent Z n8t Edwards and children were Sunday;:; afternoon aft r ,home for .'St--'f
by Mrs. Mana Wiggans and Thanksgiving: Day in Wauchula I Tiiankssivins dinner guests of the holiday weekend(With her Cress suffered a stroke and was : n)-' IMTITIO: > roil rivi.iM'tmrrp. :i ': '\." r :;; -"-1 \\i....."
l:1 omitted to the Bradford \nMiMvrir\TOK ; .
Mrs. Jean Douglas. viih her father and other rela- ,; :Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green. The parents, Mr. and MrsG.. "VV. Davis. Hospital last week. County i I j'. XoTir is JierPhy Riv.-n that; I ho\- ..' ti1", ',1!rf ,: !i2' m:i ray. ; '. -'-- "
After several delightful games m es. : Vickerys remained for the weekend Lloyd King of Gainesville was f\\t-\\ \ my final returns a"d min:- .
Mrs. Ray Wilson and daughter; Strat"r: f>f the Rotate:! of .. T'' "\ >JS\ 1 : : ()
prizes were awarded to Misses Mrs. Mattie Barry attended the the Sunday afternboiv"guest of Robin of Jacksonville Lynn deceased! : that I haxfil. .i >t;.
weekend -
Ramona Harrell and Marsha vedding:: of Eldredge Hayes and Mrand Mrs. Alex Williams John Davis. ; I i. ) !I', fll..n f.r-Final It'iwlwgtanil
guests of Mrs- Groover Thom- tint I will apply, to thf llnni.rjii'l"- m
Gieen. :Martha;Davis Tuesday night in ( and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Miss Ernestine Bro :y{of Rai- a::. Tlr n .\. Yawn. *<>nnty .Jlld .' <>f
Refreshments of punch and .. Aiachua.: I Green and children of Jacksonville ford !Mrs. Iva :Mae Lewis of Gainesville I t-ra.Uord (' nmty, Florida on J4 IV"tnlj -
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner and .> 19:>9. for I of flu- .
r. approval
banana nut loaf were served Little Barry Clark spent the' and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and the Malcolm Lewis f.
daughter Yvonne, Mr. and Mrs. R. same and fur final discharge' as: .\,)-
guests from Starke Lake Butler. ,,, Thanksgivins!: weekend with his : Green and daughters were Thursday family Thanksgiving dinner inj 'ral..r i.f the Est.il of J. Troy I J & J BUILDING SUPPLY
K. Lewis of Starke, and Mrs. Fe- 1'1
Clark of Lee bul' j of Mr. and Mrs. Dave I.ynn 'le(-''a"ed.
Worthington Springs, Lacrosse, father; Ed .:: guests quests of Mrs. Amanda Lewis. In ,.. II i
t iia Moore and son Buford were I 'f. J'a"? l.ynn. Sr. '
Gainesville and Alachua- Mrs. Jackie Barry spent the GstenThe Williams family remained 'he afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Allen .Tuursday luncheon guests of Mr.and ':! TI furl I l.vnti. t>r.. as Admini'-- 301 E. Call St. Phone WO 1.2111I
Mrs. Bessie Brown visited her long holiday weekend with11'. for the weekend. Lewis of Gainesville and Mr. and ;' tr-r o' th- tv-tiit.- of J Tr.> i.vnn;
Mrs. Bishop Thomas. !! cleci-ased.I
daughter, Miss Iris Brown sev- :>ud Mrs Aan! Land in Hattisburg. Mrs- Charles Perry and Miss; Mrs. Lamar Hall of Starke visited Mrand Mrs Bill Genovar and II. H:! 4ti : -

Annette Green of Gainesville were
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children of Gainesville were guests
Thursday afternoon visitors of Little Martha and Larry Stokes
last week of Mr. and Mrs. R. G.
Strobo's Garage & Radiator Shop the Clyde Cone family.Mr. of Hish Springs: are visiting their f Thomas.Mr. i I
and Mrs. Clyde Green and ;grandmother Mrs. H. E. Stokes, 4& A &\ -*? 3 M v a T < -=- i n s Jv's *;
I and Mrs. Wilbur Thomas
children visited her mother Mrs. :for a few days.
WINTER SPECIAL Gainesville were Iondani ht
W. E; Whitt cf Alachua. Thursday l Sat Charles Robertson left f
guests of his mother. Mrs. Groover
Pressure Flush Your Radiator Check Water Hose and : afternoon.Mrs. 'Friday afternoon to return to Ft- i Thomas. M. R
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Jackson S. C. after several days I
W. F. Bushloper and chil-
Radiator Leaks One Gallon: Prestone Anti-Freeze I
with his grandmother Mrs. H. E.
dun: of JarfcFonville spent the .YTTYTTYYYTYYYYTYYYTTISTATE \
All for $5.50 (Rejr.: Price $6.35): ). On Install AntiFreeze holiday weekend with her parents.Mr. Stokes.Mr. j j -SP MS'/'r'i z= V'S5sai

$3.10 Per Gallon. Also Special on Brake and Mrs. N. J Davis!, and the and Mrs. Carl Martin of FARM\ i+4rd7E
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Jobs. gamily: enjoyed Thanks hing dinner Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes i Filll3 tlX1

at the Davis cabin in the snd children of Starke., Rudolph
CORNER S. ORANGE ST. AND EDWARDS ROAD I S-J1.b. i Stokes of Gainesville anoVMr.- and By Mrs. O. E. Crosbyuuu.VUV.auALAA..a

Mrs. Brook Perryman of Gain- ''Mrs. Junior Stokes and ..children .

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i Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McKinney n. .
: had a family reunion Thanksgiv- ,

j in, Day in celebration of the

See The Amazing Display of Lovely : j' buthday anniversanes of Mr. Mc- E- r &

: Kinncy and his sister. Guests in-
;a iL GREEN STAMP MERCHANDISE in the ; i eluded Elton McKinney and son i( .,rs9ttt : y; '

i nob.-rt. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sapp of
Palatka and Mrs. Ben Kite Jr. and
; son. {(1-- 51% ?v>"-- -? -.-.,V: '"I;." :'.;saa. --' "'"jfl/j Sf Mk fi .''PJ ea n //T_

Miss Wilma Jackson of SlarK L t3 'ci44i

\ gent the weekend with her moth
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Stamp I ier. Mrs. Emma Rivers and other

: j relatives in Auburndale. She re-

pjrted that her brother. Bill Riv- '

''t'Jho; has been in the hospital

lor a long time as the result of an

tiiiloimble accident iis slowly improving WARP'S BRANDED ON THE EDGE MEANS SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
and is able to spend sometime -- -, --

i'.ehh.# Store! .in and a Mrs.wheelchair.Mr. Spencer. Crews and STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY ,

cluldien of Auburndale spent the !
215: Washinston St. phone WO 4-1201
i holidays with his parents Mr. i,
I, and Mrs. P. S. Crews and witn

..- ..-,.. -.. ,-n .. .+ i Mrs- Clews' brother-in-law and j

: "I *--.VVri j :-i ter. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Zeigler. f .
r a j Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dowdy

0.. r i I i and son have moved into their I

', nzvt home on SR16.
'# Miss Linda Spencer of Starkewas

G) I [ dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.

I i tO E. Crosby, Sunday. ,,,E t
M. J. Collins was a recent pa- a
tti; 1 tIent in the Lake Butler hospital

vr-fv- ... and R. P. McLendon at Bradford I4 OAAsse7.

iC J 'v i-3.e.tr County Hospital. We are glad to ;

report: that they are both now at

t home and improving.Mr. Dool$ tg otS

% 0.y2 and Mrs. D. L. Davis of "I1 A Fe Dciar' is ll it Takess,
ltit tty
Tallahassee spent the weekend a f S

with Mr. and Mrs. R. A- Taylor.

& x. 1 other guests of the Taylors were

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fender of

Valdosta Ga. and Mrs. L. W. Shawof I


j J. C.: Crews, and son Jimmy of JAFh
Miami spent Friday night with I SiFr j

his brother and sister-in-lay Mr.

t fand Mrs. P. S. Crews- They attended -

the Miami-Florida football
!I same: in Jacksonville. Saturday.

I Harry Pringle of Auburndale also

Don't miss seeing this "store-pn-wheels" attractively arranged to show you the vast collection of high- ,"Yfcited Mr. and them Mrs.during Bryan the Whitfieldi weekend. 8 i > '*' T .iA s_ W Of Our large acceenrd Po rtiti Tt ,uu

quality S & H Green Stamp merchandise. Courteous attendents will be on hand to answer your questions i Campville. Mr., and Mrs. Spen- ? "11ete s an ut 01 you d think it was Flea-U talon'r G>ass y" '

;vi.tr-Crews and children and Harry rntil=;=:nl alww is the m ctal dear l

about America's. oldest, best known savings plan. The plan that redeems more stamps than all other plans Pringle of Auburndale were I F.sadder'z tacked over ode send >ie barrier hav between a e d oue th'r=mine r ,
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combined. The whole family( will enjoy this unique "Store On Wheels." It will be open for your inspection Thursday dinner guests of Mr. *inter. it to)a at least year two Y tmre-Tb't i -l- ,? d
lye npett Utttherelefh
end "Mrs. Milo Zeigler. fC .0 G1asti r to ;
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I Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greene and I l ii r+ae tt rill vast us ady about leave. farm the P'te' r r S.
,. tt a can =- -- >r '
draft the rf
the many Farm 1 hoo'x a f mast pl+I 6x ,
family are among the warns,pOt.ded
suffering from G the eniue}Yar and pr fide kite-o to n otb rr hntre $
residents who are to a e this "--
"t Gke fo1
WINN.DIXIE tW ch dren If yo would they to tosdng by tEL a u. ."Ft G1arr
Food StoreSATURDAY rtlie flu. owners bow UUZ
    We heard by the "grapevine. (0L you aoM e' z .. _
    j ] ia2r dater}a+tb.r wnfer comfort we''v .r.rtixaT ,,
    that Junior Shealy bagged a six ni ttli3 .t:e apen, al. ; od*." XJT. L Oif Hfgbk
    !}r{ *t- '' i AF .C Ma
    i point deer. I u vs .J >
    .1 Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Terrell of 1ti< r r rt 7r w c t zet our
    p' 't ttr arrant a + = 'snap w rd Aakwp'
    DEC. 5TH II Starke are visiting their son-in- i e (f fu44. at ei Yat.airI
    SAYE qT law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. "

    Pat Dickens, 'this 'week. <

    Misses Nancy and Barbara ] '
    MONDAY DEC. 7TH !Bates students at FSU, spent

    with th ir a 1( ,
    Thanksgiving holidays '

    :ttt"12:00 NOON TILL STORE CLOSES I parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O- Bates. ?' FD r e ,i

    ; l \ *, s 1 baby Mr.of and Jacksonville Mrs. Lyle Buck were 3rd guestsOf ands t: UASHATTERPRO

    her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
    The "store-on-wheels" is (
    designed to assist
    gusto j MRicharde.. Tli nksgiving. I
    r.iers who lire more'than 20 miles away from a re tl j Mr. and Mrs' W. H., Williams. I fir i' rl... (M II:..wk a fl rf net to"
    son owy nor cold drafts on th*Roar,
    demption center. Select your merchandise from the visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. f I-ASTS. :f. kaAd.i a Th.E19. rata Mn. K. clamp ow. wr

    : gifts: on diplay-then place order with H. Hundler of Jacksonville,' -.I 4..r.r s m.1r'rr its k W kbit rf-/
    your one of Easy fl De..InertptFtasitFt tes! ..a in nia M am w t"t a rK tie! attendents who will be ready to .3 nday. THERE B Olnr ,r, Fetra ; wr a. taa mx oaf it tn.
    r serve you.Don't 1 ''R w Fb rws mt .1r. t K a a.e wZ
    0 GUSS
    Mrs. Jewell Suber and children, C'iE' f lEX
    QR wmF +. c ta;. SI wt ea Fes 'ra id a .J
    Mr. and Mrs Curtis Kidd and children \ iAQ u. h n'n .e. r+rd.r Kr. p
    5o mae tat rvtfm a agot" iOe
    Si'fJtRS Wntd's lw rrr Irodxn J a a ern r'w M
    Miss This and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bur- r tr 3r! .dot M irtrc pn* *4 "..wSY.9cH1
    0 n/i.de.Maawi.k-Sw 1t2{
    st r'
    Opportunity i ifkrec A f.tt t ttmm Fto4Cw.CBtof W JOAJARDWMtl
    nett and baby of Jacksonville were
    Sunday dinner guests of their r r 0 t ttKIKp I I
    rarents. Mr, and Mrs Charlie

    Burnett. i

    Mr. and Mrs.- Lucian Conner


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    >OFf f'f VTTTTTTVTVTTTT* [I Tlionm' Starling Monday night. Wednesday afternoon. It was an unpleasant night for I ed with relatives in Greensville Hargroves and daughter. Minnie. burg Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. IJT the isolidavs -- -

    I 1 Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. the barbecue at add Tiianksgivin: Day. David. I
    Highland Church Reidsville N. C. the first of Ernest Padgett and family. D. J Parn li and -'on. ?
    EVERGREENBy !W. H. Morgan were Mrs. D. H. Rosier last week were Mr. and .
    Saturday really too cold to eat'fast week.J. Mrand Mrs. Dan Parrish en- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and end Rudy Hiziin": ;>:?Ui.-ra x\cie .>*I
    j Smith and son Jimmie of Starke. : 'MrsHomer Hart and daughter of ,
    outside. But D. 'Bell tenaired en Thanksgiving: with iPhitish visitors in Binnin, ham A a. 0",*er
    were quite a has been summonedtor family of Jacksonville visited Mrs.
    Mrs. Sybil Griffis I i Thanksgiving Day guests of the Jacksonville, Mr. and Mis. George family rc-unlbn. the veekend- ....
    \V H. Morgans were Claude Morgan Guff, :Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Cruce f jury duty in Jacksonville this Dorothy Waters and family
    Billy Godwin son of Mr. and Friends of John Watsrs will .
    .&&A&.aA&44&AA...... and Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Smith a.id family of Lawtey, Mrs. Sybil j jshiver. week. Thursday.Mr. pCiiterostrd
    !Irs. 's. E. Godwin was confined : to know that he is nowrorkins
    and son Jimmie of Starke. Their Gtifiis of Lawtey. J. L. Slade of Mrs. Jean .. ..
    The Thanksgiving revival at Rev. Boles of Woodstock Padsett spent the day *e a 'Starke hospital for a few :: and Mrs. Doss Hiejnnbothani for the City of Jackson- -
    Saturday evening guests were Mrs.J Hampton, and Rev. J. E. Normanand t wIth Mr.
    Mrs. '
    Evergreen: Missionary Baptist Baptist Church delivered the mes- Harry Padgett: rays but he is at home now. acid family spent ThanksgivingDay viile. .
    E. Norman and son James, Jim- son James. and family Sunday.Mrs. .
    C.iurch last weekend was considered sage and tome of the members of Mr. and Mrs. Jack :Moore of with their son and daugh- Mrs. Dorothy Kilgore and family
    Mr. and Mrs. Viifois in the home of Mrs. .
    ,iiiie Smith and : Sybil -. Edna Manning
    very successful. Visitors from his church of Glen St. Gainesville were dinner guests of -in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin spent Thanksgiving Day in ..
    Henry Lopcr and boys of Hampton 1 Giiffis last week were Mr. and sang special songs for Mary and Mr. .
    and Mrs.
    S arke, Raiford Heilbronn, and Kyle Cannon Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family H.ccinbotham and family in Jack- J1'k'Onrtlll'1th; Mrs. Kilgore's
    Mis. ;is.
    Eugene McDonald and children -
    Lawtey 'attended.Visitors daughter. Ginger. were undav. :-onville. Franklm. who is now em- brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and .." .
    Visitors of Mr. and Mrs Leslie Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Grif- dinner ,
    Sunday guest; of
    Mr. and
    morning our preachingwas Mrs Dan J. D. Padgett visited in Middle- plo3cd m Virginia. was at home Mrs. G. E. Johnson and family.
    of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
    McClellan last week were their fis Jr. of Jacksonville, Mr. and dune ==
    by Rev. I. T. Sweat ofWaycross =-=
    :osley last week were Mr. and and daughters-in-law. Mr. Irs. Junior Prevail of Lawtey and =- -= -- --
    ions -- -=-7':= -_ ----__ : ::
    Airs. Sinclair Mosley and children and Mrs. Robert McClellan of Rev. and Mis. J. E. Norman and Ga. His subject was the au

    Mrs. Lois Hinson of Jacksonville Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald James. Second Coming Christ. Sunday ini 1

    find Mrs. Daisy Pringle of Lawtey. McClellan of Jasper. Other guests' Clifton Rosier killed an eight ,;ht; Rev. George Chism brought; THE CHURCH FOR ALL ALL FOR THE CHURCH ,I N

    Rev. and Mrs. chil- deer and J. L. Slade six i --
    J. E. Norman and were: :Airs. J. R. Devore and point a tl.e message and we observed the i .

    James: and Mrand Mrs. Jim dren. Mrs. Daisy Wildwood, and pointer Saturday morning. 'Lord's Supper. !,

    Rosier visited Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Ivlrs. Julia Hall of Jacksonville i All members of Evergreen WMS t
    Sunday, Nov. 22, there 521 ..... .... .. .
    were '- .- -- "--""","
    Lingerfelt of Middleburg and Mr. wilo is staying for an extended ate invited to take part, Friday, : :
    and Mrs. Stanley Crawford. Sun- Dec. 4, in a day of prayer starting present for Sunday School and': .n
    the Adult Men won the 1
    day afternoon. r.sitMrs.. Leslie McClellan and Mrs. at 10:30 a. m. There will be a banner- Nov. 29 attendance -....
    we had 54
    Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman and Julia: Hall visited Mrs. R. H. Futch covered dish luncheon at noon. and the young present i I
    son James visited Mr. and Mrs. arid Mr. and Mrs.: Obeed Pauley All meetings of the month are 'banner- According people to won the }' :?
    our records
    i combined because of the plans for
    r'I Christmas; festivities there are 133 enrolled in Sunday i

    , School and we should have at f "
    Visitor at Evergreen Baptist
    FIRST BAPTIST Church StarkeRev. irast 100
    present each
    Church Sunday included Mrs. D. Sunday. I I I

    H. Smith and son Jimmie of ia
    Lewis D. Haines Pastor Starke. .66.AAA&A&&aA&&AAAA&&.. *

    Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town I "
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    Phones: Office WO 4-6801 Pastorium0 9-2301 .. 3 + 1 ., : n ..ltyt t I

    GRIFFIS 'LOOPBy By ;]1r.. C. B. Nolan I Ii i
    SUNDAY SERMONS 11 :00 A.M.: 7:30 P.M. ', t .
    Sunday School 9:43;).A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. I Verblc Harrell
    Bell-Wilktn.' >n Engagement i "j .

    :Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M. sa.aaa.a.aaaaaas.aaasat Mr. and Mrs. ilorris Bell an- '

    A FRIENDLY WELCOME; AWAITS YOU Mr and Mrs Harvey Gainey and r.ounce the marriage engagement of and daugh-approaching -,! n' I I II .

    children of Jacksonville spent the :
    (cr, Marie Ellen, to George Winfred
    AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH 'xxekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph -
    Gainey.Matthew. Wilkinson son of Rev. and ,.>
    Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson y e I 1 1K
    Sr. of Baker
    Giiffis, young son of ..
    County. The wedding will '
    be solemnized -
    Albert Griffis killed
    a spike deer ,
    on Sunday, Dec. 13 '
    at 3
    it Camp Blanding last week.Doyce .
    i <
    SAYE qT Griffis, Inez Gray and p. m. at the Highland Baptist : II
    Church. The couple invites :
    'daughter Debbie and Mrs. Jannie rela- I''
    !'Green :pent:: Thanksgiving in tires and friends to attend. |
    Miss Bell is a graduate of the i>
    VkVT\( Jacksonville) with Mrs. Emma gdwaade. I
    Ealdwin High School and Mr. 1
    i Bcree. ..
    I i i Sunday. Drc. 13, Bradford County graduated from Mac- I' j .:.
    I clenny High School. ;
    > Singers will be at Boatdrain rI
    I Little Miss Gwen Waters I
    Baptist Church for both morning I
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud
    and evening services. There will be
    I Waters has been ill for t
    ;plenty: of good singing and dinneron days and we wish her a a coupleof speedy;' I THE CHURCH FOR Al L. N .. ,

    ;, the grounds. Everyone is welcome ALL FOR THE CHURCH ;
    \ recovery. i ,..
    to For bus x
    service Miss Peggy Lucas Thr Church M iJ!:r fff rra" T *a for rflrrpiUiTjr kN tC t' : .,
    ;please,: call W04-5774. spent Sunday a.rfi for 1t" taiUi; ,,f <: ,. "t anti I .,
    with Miss Bonnie Pad ett. y .
    Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green and g-wl cittfn Kip li ,* 1 .'
    Mr. and Mrs. James Norman of
    daughter Martha, Mr. and Mrs. piriTiwl \.I"!".irXirti' ''.1'a nn.ther uront !'I
    Jacksonville were dinner guestsof ..
    alley Sweat Jr. and Lisa : JrH'.c' arf p r r" ::"" 'n rtaunive.
    Fo OD Soai daughter '',, Mrs. Ruby Owens and family lh... ,t. tour! ; ..,u",1 i ... ,', His garden is the envy of all the neighbors. They say ,
    June and Mr. and Mrs. Zenas
    liiursday. ..!.y ..'.ry J"'f'OD ,IOJd all-'I", it's because he has a green thumb. I
    Gnf fis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,
    / QUANTITIIY RIGIHTS RESERVED : W. A. Brown of Groveland for: Richard :Norman of Highlandwas .ad rapport II.. C nh I -,. But the truth of the matteis, he loves to see things (1"T 1-
    S '. (I) Tor hi' ''B .au (to I i t thilJrrn '. i
    < O t
    PRIICES GOOD Thru Soturdoy, December 5th.2nI11mmllllIIIIml a dinner guest of Mrs. Doro-
    Thanksgiving dinner. prow and he works hard to help I them grow .
    j: < f wkr (*) r.fo <.t' o: r I' a
    I!' Il I I I I! I I I i I I I I !! Mrs. Orville Brookins of Hampton -' thy Waters and family Thursday. Conmunify and "ana (ii) I! ..r '.,r *3c aryl he enjoys the hard work because he finds deep w
    p! I!! !! !! ,IIIII1rnllmmlIIIImillmlmI! !I !! !: i 11Imlllllllmmlmllllllmlillilllrnmllllllll! ( I"4 had as guests for Thanksgiving Miscellaneous Shown'f,;f of iHr Church "t.4! .tK.'h! j ..--d* I..- satisfaction in the beauty of its fruit. '"
    }'Ir. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian Mrs. Ella Carter and MrsEve- n mat and rtrru! support Pun lo goI The churches of
    ; same spirit pervades the our comM'jp.ity. -
    lyn Mosley entertained at the cKurrfc! vfgvU.Ty anJ .-,.1 Ut 4dail. l &
    Maxwell House 111lb. and children and Mr. and Mrs. E. >our Congregations thrive and souls grew in spiritual -
    rI h:,me of Mrs. Carter Friday night I I y.
    W Hodges of Americus, Ga.; Mr. strength because of consecrated! men and women
    No27.. with a shower honoringMrs.
    and Mrs. Rex Brookins and chil- Wayne Coody recent bride. I Day PI; (1,;.:"'" \<- who love to !Fee this God-given growth who work I
    Voc dien! of Cocoa: and Mr. and Mrs. r'h.3"l. hard to implant Christian truth in their hearts and
    Games were played and prizes ?.nb. I
    Limit one with Kenneth Russ and children. Fisher \fPfl3.! t K nrK : 1'- yours who enjoy this unselfish dedication of their .
    wore awarded to Ilia
    k49 Manning '
    -= a J5.0O or = Gaskins, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill :Mrs. Cnarles Mosley and Sally; ru..tarfr-: h: to1ft : time and talents and treasure because they share the
    more Food Harrell of Starke. II c
    j ay of Christ in its spiritual fruit.Be
    Order. Fadjrett. after which the honoree Thurviavtrxfai t 'neKTZ II 'L:.;
    We are glad that our pastor i II : :: active church member! Volunteer for enrich'Ul.Ia.
    ojened her an -
    :;;= : many gifts. Cake. .
    = Rev Orville Brookins has returned l I 6ro r' I I. 1 I-I" u
    ccokies and Pespi-colas were served irg service in your congregation's busy, fruitful life!
    allllfl_.fl IIIIIII If1illmm.
    f I l IEII'I E home after a long stay in Brad- .
    to mOl than 30 guests.
    ford County HospitaL .- .
    AUSTEX Mr- and Mrs. Coody were mar- COpy?" '" "".Aenrer Ado,s.r.i.Sir-burg V.
    e We are sorry that Mrs. Zela / w
    ried in Green Cove Springs, Oct. I
    WITH .,JO Johns is ill at her home and hope '
    CHILI 29 23. Mrs. Coody is the former. Miss .
    ; she will soon be well again. i -
    BEANS Con Bernice Carter. Mr. Coody is em- ,
    We of Boatdrain extend our -
    Paoyed by the State Road Depart- I y
    Plain sympathy to the Newsome family ,
    or Self-Rising
    ment. His home is in Madison. : {

    lB. bless n their and recent comfort sorrow.them.May God t: Siork Shower I Srvic---: : ;

    FLOUR 5 BAG 49SNOWDRIFT ; Rev. W. B. Sweat and Arch Pre- Mrs. Mae Higginbotham and These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public .
    Mrs. Janie Higginbotham entertain -
    Titt of ..J3'kson'"illl'"ere guests of

    _ldTu11.lIillrnW' I lfl OOlllllm i IflCl! IIOOm! mmmmmlmm' >IR Iflilfll: illlI l'! Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Smith Sunday. butham at the Friday home night of,Mrs.Nov. Higgin-27 witha -..

    Bitatrain Baptist Church I
    stork shower honoring Mrs.

    I El El3Lb. Sunday School. 10 a. m.; Morning Buddy Bradshaw. Games were JOHN A. TORODE I

    ; worship 11 a. m.; Training played and prizes were awarded to GASOLINE mmASt; .
    Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Service
    Eleanor Johnson, Shirley Higgin-
    7:30 p. m. and Prayer meeting FUEL OIL DISTRIBUTOR FOR KEROSENE :
    botham.:: Hester Hicks.
    Can ;'(dne:?:dap. at 7:30 p. m. Pastor, .
    Hams, Mary Kilgore and Ida Lee MINERAla .
    = -,'. LUBRICATION
    R< Orville Brookins. Everyone I
    one with" Giiffis, after which the honoree -

    =__= $5.00 Food or 49' == welcome. orxrned her many gifts. Punch, OILS SPIRITS I i :

    Order. ........................ cake and coffee were served to .SE I I :
    r 1
    more than 25 guests. ; It II I! w

    --6 mm II! !lIuII!I I!IIIrnllimlJlmIWJmlillllmmlllIIimflmmljr{ II l>I 1 1 I II! !!!G G6 I u I l I!i Wrtlllmmimmmflm I!16 I fl Pd I {II lmIW"fl I rummill I iCllluh I: CLAY HILLby Mrs. G. E. Johnson and familyof I FIRE STONE; TIRES ,,. I Stl: ICIIES" :

    Jacksonville visited Sunday with I ,= I II wF'OR
    LIBBY Yellow ClingPeaches her: parents. Mr. and Mrs. Doss

    Mr. J. U atrirklwnA Higginbotham. KEROSFNE; Olt FULL OIL 11 :

    No. 2s Lacey Brown is feeling better !:

    Con 25; AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWe after having been ill with an in- I I Madison and Cherry St. 1'1101WO; :J.2011) 'Starke, FIa. t 4I :

    are happy to report that Jim ;i lied muscle in his back. I I

    Godwin is improving and expects We were sorry to learn that> :

    _Rl.m_ I illlm!! h lt m I fl /!lmWulllillOOm.ti !! !' Jm In return to the home of his son- Miss Debbie Phillips has been a I I

    == i in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. :patient in the Ed Fraser Hopital I

    5ii == S.dney Harris soon. He had re- In Macclenny with an attack of' W. T. JACKSON WESTERN AUTO Bradford County :

    HORMEL CANNED = ;apse: about two weeks ago and has pneumonia. -

    == == ben seriously ill. Singing .\3Jaxville Sunday 1 II Mayor of Starke Associate Store Telegraph I tt :

    We noticed that Mrs. George There will be special singing at iMaxviile i I ..

    I s 5 Ham $999 ; Chism walked with more ease Baptist Church Sunday. j i tI I I ..

    = =_ Sunday than she has since her Dec. 6. at 2 p. m. The Duval Countv : II I :

    ;; 4 Lbs. :: mil about two weeks ago. Her Gospel; Singers and the Baker I GEMJEWELRY I II I" w

    e. when she Singers under the direction :
    == right side was injured Cjunty Denmark Furniture Co. am Rosenberg & Son
    flipped and fell in their store. |lof Rev. Maxie Wilkinson will be I II :

    5E"u1.t Mrs. Jake Wilkinson is improving +1 present, along with: lots of other'' ij
    I.lffilJllilll iIG! ml !r.m New and Used FurnitureEDWARDS'
    111NI/I/ .I ,.mmm.fIOOI.mm&{ { : from a recent illness and Jake invited singersThe public is cordially Of Starke I :
    It I
    W-D "BRANDED" ROUND or SIRLOIN has been suffering from a carbuncle invited to attend. N. L. WOODBURN -

    on his right forearm. He Mrs. Bud Harris Isn't feeling'' I :

    :'iad to have it lanced Thanksgiving -, welL, She has a bad case of bron-

    STEAK 39 Day, and is still suffering pain. I jchial trouble. i I ;
    Miss Debbie Philips spent part Mrs. K- C. Thorpe and daugh- J & J FARM, HOME -

    "f last week in the hosp aI. We jter I Claudia. of Macclenny visited :

    W-D "Branded" wtre glad to have her back. at ( Monday with Mrs Thorpe's sister Grocery and Market Building Supplies, Inc. And Auto Supply {Ii :

    DeliciousTBONE church with us Sunday, I Mrs. Dorothy Waters. i iII

    STEAK Lb.98tI I Gallic DeVelles and daughter !! Glenn Jones of Jacksonville I II I w

    'Patty of Starke visited their Un- i& guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Har- -'-"- II ow

    I "Branded" Flavorful I de Jim Strickland Thanksgiving'Day I ieroTcs and daughter, Minnie, I i ,II I

    ', Thanksgiving Day. I Community State Bank BRADFORD BROWNLEE :

    CHUCK ROAST'lb.* Grace Lang has been suffering Just a reminder that the Max- COUNTY i
    I w::th a boil on her eyelid. 'v 1e PTA will hold its regular i ibusiness
    Of Starke & CHASTEEN
    friend Wednesday Dec. j :
    Our good neighbor and meeting; TELEGRAPH
    mml.illlm..II'IIDI! ll ilE .
    =-= I Floyd Johns brought h.is power 1. at 2:30: p- m. -

    J. JEWELL == saw over Saturday and cut us a Mr. and Mrs. James Norman of I, .-
    nice lot of,good oak woodNow we Jacksonville spent the weekend, I -

    :: can hae a good hot fire in the with Mr. Norman's family, Mr. i.I i.

    4 FRYERGreen FlI fireplace. And Ole Man Winter j snd: MrsLewis Norman and faint 'I Grocery and MarketLAWSON'S WARREN'S SMITTY'S I" :

    got here too. Our thermometer was;: fly- I'I'I I

    1 = j 159 degrees on the front porch Sat.-I I Little Jackie Waters of Jack- Shell Station Barber Shop :

    BREASTS i jurday at 4 p. m. Sunday morninga fonville spent last ,,'eekendith ; I I ..

    or 2 Lb. 99 7 it was 24, and Monday at 7 Eubbie Waters. j -- ..
    &x III1ffit 'a. ra. 20. We certainly appreciatefiend's I Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and -
    THIGHS I .. ..
    kindness and thoughtful family and Miss Mickey Godwin ; I '" -

    o! !I!!!P nJ:llllir.t! :. !! :'! ''' 1M c ,' .'u' ''','I' nighborliness. I!''of Jacksonville visited Sunday GIB BROWN'S GUY ANDREWS TERWILLEGAR ij :
    I IIIIilMI:11lli!: !!: i.wrJliDmUIIIIIWIIlUl1p! ",," '.,,,.", .. d,",n, '"' BudtlWi1kh1son and some of afternoon with Mrs. Dorothy I
    his.friends,went hunting last week Waters and family. MOTORS i', : I
    J+Jl and got one and a half deer. We Miss Eleanor Johnson of Jack-11 Service Station Real Estate fl -

    ) Stamps can just see the other half run- bonville spent last".nt'kmdtittT ] W' Your' Authorized Ford Dealer I :

    ning around. Of course we know I I r.er cousin. Miss: Mary Kilore. iMr ,.!Ill! ,Iml y
    I that was their share of the kill. I and Mrs. Lacey Brown visit- =- ----- --"- -- -- I I -



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    ..\ : TWEI.V lilt.UI'Imn t utxn': :'r.Uc..u'a. S1"\I'k.;. I.-a.ORlD." tilnSD.\. DECEMBER .
    : 1939
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    yyyyyTVVVVVYVYVVYYYYYYYYYTYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYVYYYVYYV reporter.Mt. !. Thr Coat r Jmdft'm ('..rt Of This notice shall be published
    I Bradford Coasts, Florid !. once eachvrek for four ooniwcutiveeei I
    Moriah Methodist Church
    NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ProbateIn !O in the Bradford County Tele-
    I i i Rev-H. J. Blunt, pasts will hold Re: Estate t f Frd Cole, De- graph. AVOID WINTER'S CHILLS AND SNIFFLES
    ceased.I : Datrd this ? day of November,
    CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy regular communion service on the r NOTICE TO CKEDITOKS t59.SEAL: .
    All )
    person having claim or demands -
    Second Sunday. All members are I : against the estate: of Fred Charles _'. Darby,
    Ozora SheD asked to participate at this the I Cole, deceased, are hereby notified Clerk of the Circuit Court.
    and :require to file their claims in fly Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
    last supper for 1959. In prepara- I the office JI/l: 4t 12)3) ,,
    &&&.&.&&&&&&&&& aaa && &&& &A_ '.&& &&& of the County Judge of ;
    ------ tion for a great day President l'ra.lfnrd County, Florida in the -

    Laid To RestA 1 Feast and morning worship. Communion Ethel Young is asking all members ..'C'mty, Court within House right at calendar StarkPliirula *-. NOTICE TO DEFEND Switch now to /1 1I --

    mother and daughter died will be served after the 'I of the Steward Board No II to attend months:: from the date of Uu" first I.Ftorlda.rireait IB Court.Ckncer Bradford Ceuat7
    publication of this noti*, nr the
    the Thanksgiving weekend. and business at 6 a meeting next Wednesday will ('.mr >o. 12-7S2
    during; "sermon p. m. sane bwou: void according to
    resident of : night at 6:30 at the church. Please : law Tr-is Xo\'.-ml, r 10. 195$. rSrst Federal Saringr & Loan Association -
    Katy Bolden Green All members as well as friends are ;( Of Jacksonville, a corporation. -
    1st Publication November 13. 1954. !l
    35 ; be present and on time. The meeting Plaintiff. VK. Alonzo HenryHarley
    Surke for the was
    past years
    t If rnsri \VILKYEe
    : invited to attend and participate< : Vivian McRae Har-
    Ill and
    New will not last more than one .ntris: of the Lm Will and
    i-merahzed; last Friday at |I f
    IV.. i in this the last supper for 1959.I I I hour. Don't forget to bring your ,' Tt--tAin of Fred Cole, deceased. i, ley, his wife, et al Defendant I
    Hops Baptist Church, Rev. I H..!'li!" \'. Knight > Notice To Appear i
    i i President E. J. Givens wishes to [ :. Flex-Tjet whole
    llosley, pastor officiating. Her dues for this will add to the suci StarKe. Florida. I To" Corporation Providence, Rhode
    thank all the who attended of the Claire Attornr for Executrix. r..id.T1>1 Hast
    the : persons i cess meeting. Vera ,
    died at Watch
    .-'!other, Lizza Bolden Jsljtd, HelbroH Company
    4t 12 JNOTICE !
    deathShe j the combined Missionary meeting Coleman official reporter, Mabel 1112; : i Inc.. Hhoe residence' i is C West 48thMreet
    of her daughter's i
    news 'I ,
    I at Mt. Pisgah last Sunday. It :I Bryant, reporting. I New York. 36, Mew York;
    lived in Morgan. Ga., and was 116y'ars i; and Glen R. Sandero. whose remdfiice -
    i i was a very fine finale for 1959 '' Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
    inci- i is Unknown.:
    old. This was a tragic
    i Junior Church every Tuesday at I I'Church Rev. L. McKay pastor will TO flKFEMIIn lou are hereby: notified that a HOME HEATINGI
    dent. Neither lived to attend the others funeral. They leave to : 5 p. m. Christmas practice will !hold regular pastoral services Sunday Klorldat In fhaiirery.C i len fikd against yon in the above
    deaths host of sorrowing also be held at this time by the i, starting with Sunday School :._ \.. 12-NIA j I na"ed fourt and cause and yon are
    their a
    mourn r r.w- i.Ie: fniatherfi, of
    Tlaintiff. v* r"f\lttfd to carve a copy
    Supt. or appointees. E. J. Givens 'at 9:30 a. m. Please observe the 'i
    relatives and friends in O-car Franklin" inutbrrs) Defend answer or leading on the PUintiffsAtt.rney i
    Florida. reporter. : following schedule for weekly activities -I ant : : Rnpers, Tower!!!'. Bailey &
    Georgia and i V tree To Appear j i i J. PP!!. ron..dated; Piulding. J icKiijn I
    New Bethel Baptist! Church : i
    Monday 6:45 Faithful
    : : p. m. "
    Club Tn the original -
    Carnation i ; -car Franklin Smathrrs. ;: s- :. Florida and file
    Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor will hold Few Club :1: whale residence and i the, Clerk of : ;
    There will be a called meeting :. Tuesday 6:45 address is un- :I. in the office: of I Ep
    CarnationClub Sunday School at 9:30: in the 'Choir practice; Wednesday, 6:45: :'i innWn the Circuit! Court on nr" before the I ,
    members of the You .
    of all .. are h..r..hy notified that a ; 14 rtnr I'If December. !* '? otherwise
    Thursday Dec. 10. at 7 p. m. Youth Building with Supt. Milton Prayer Meeting; Friday 6:45: ., sut diT divorce has! )M en. filed a- ;',,: th.. ale! tatior.s nnfesaed( laintI
    Ellerson! in charge. All day the ;; Prayer Band; Saturday 7 p. m. I. ganst ton in the IIh..v. named I oi: be taken a by you
    other fuel
    Thom- is
    Mrs. Marie .' welt suited
    at'.the home of (Viirt and canse and vnu are re Wi.to complete plans for the Youth will have charge of ser- i'Can Circle. Everyone is urged to ,1, rd lt> st-rve a cups of; your answer ;.: rl'1' a+fh week ,for r.conBecntive
    festivities. On Monday 1: v: es. Parents. visitors and :i attend the services all day Sunday i.t !1.1.>.id>ng to the complaint oil the :. \\fo..JIn the Bradford Bounty Telrr *- I changes! Automatic natural gas
    Christmas f'liiiii tr* .\ltnrr.tJulian Warren ,. ,
    friends are invited to support the .;and the activities during the .ilh.hated ar ''N heaters respond instantly to
    night the birthday party was held "Jr a\mar Building JaokMonailie : this '5 day of November, ; v ta temperature
    June i piogram. Special activities have i week. This is your little friendly ". Ft",rld4 and file the original; In i 1 ItTf
    members born from I variations and
    honor provide
    .. ,,
    the .i'ire.r the Clerk of the Circuit F.A1.1. ,
    i been planned for your benefit so urch with big Christian hearted 4 '
    home of MrsUvelyn I : & Y :r
    td the f efore .
    December at nun n or the 14 <1afit Charles A. Darbv.i floor
    Johnson. A very delicious '!please be present. ,I members.! Mary McBride reporter. !Vt. -niljr! IW! : thrwl II't' the al-i.i.i i'lerk, of the Circwlt,Court. ,- ,t; -to-ceiling heat without drafts or
    chairman of '. i.ItaMon* of taid Complaint Will betaken By Marian! L. Crosby; Deputy Clerk I cold
    supper was served and enjoyed by { Mrs. A. O. Jenkins I Antiorh Baptist Church Rev. as contused b>' jou 11/11 4t 123 fcpots. The delivery of natural
    the East District of the Mt. Sinia George W. Lee pastor will hold -
    Lovely giftsWtH Y to home is
    &i; persons present. gas your automatic and
    receded by the members being : M. B. Association wishes to thank : regular services all day Sunday I I 4 x
    honored. President Brooks isasking all persons for contributions that starting with Sunday School at LOCAL MANAGER. FOR .' '!:? worry-free, too. Storms or delays

    : all members to attend the : made "Donation Day" at Florida I 13 a. m. Supt. Clarence Williamsin I I II never interrupt your service.

    Thursday. You Normal: & Industrial Memorial :. charge, morning worship at 11 No
    calf meeting, next! wonder it's America's most
    will want to know* all the particulars -I College a great success. Special a. m. music by the choir. At'3 p.
    on Club Eldorado. Alma thanks to Mrs. Ollie Mae Cum- ci- the group will sing at Philade- Jim Walter Corp."World's ? popular home heating fuel!

    .Jenkins, lepoiter. I imings and Mrs. Lillie Mae Jack- !pma Baptist Church, Waldo for Whether you want to heat a

    Special Education Dinner I jvjn for their donations. Ebenezer the anniversary of the Order of i : small room or a ballroom, there'*
    The classes in special education ; Baptist Church South Starke reported I Eastern Star. Supervisor Shell will I ?
    taught by Mrs. I. C. Jelson andE. $9.80 in cash and 30 cans I be the guest speaker All members Largest Home Builder. a natural gas heating unit built

    J. Givens sponsored their an- :o assorted food. Women's Mis- of Dell Chapter O. E. S- No. 1C8(; I x for the job. Help your family

    annual Thanksgiving dinner at Mrs. Arata Williams in charge reported of Starke are invited to attend asI I avoid sniffles
    and chills this winter
    Jenkins Elementary with Principal $10 cash and 20 cans of tall as other sisters and brothersof I WILL BE IN STARKE r
    Tiiompkins.. Supervisor Shell and aborted food. The Women's Missionary the" Masonic Family. The soloit : b switch to natural gaj heat!

    Music Specialist Morris as guests.A ; i Dept. of the District, Mrs. for the occasion will be Mrs. !

    delicious dinner was served with Mary Arnold president reported Louiza Brown, president of the EACH THURSDAYAT
    ill the trimmings except cranberry | S37 in cash. Mrs. A. O. Jenkins vboir. Evening service will begin I

    sauce. The children enjoyed music I collected $30. making a total of promptly at 6:30 p. m. closin i

    and; fun after the dinner. The awards .: 386 for Mt. Sinia from her sector. with Holy Communion by the. x ,

    won by the group at the Other reports were made which pastor and Rev. Otis Arnold. STARKE HARDWARE CO.

    Bradford: County Fair are used to will be announced later. The grand Aiata Williams, reporter.

    hsip finance the dinner. This has total from over the state was $6- Ebenezer Baptist Church Rev.E. j 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
    05.35. Many of the students of : .
    been their project as a group for D. Robinson will hold regulars .
    everal years.Thurstoiq Bradford Countv will benefit from "' (' on Sunday starting with .

    School this; effort. Some are Joan Britt I I Sunday School Supt. Henry Bryant '.,''t'
    Regular PTA meeting was held Betty Jean Jenkins. Mary Johnson i in charge. Morning serviceat For Appointments Call

    with President Louiza Brown in Robertha Scott Louise! I 11 a. m., evening worship at JACKSONVILLE EV 7-1141 Collector
    chargeDue to bad weather only |Ill. Dorcas Franklin and Kel-I i 7 p. m. All members are asked to
    I .
    a few patrons attended. We are i The Ministers! and piease attend. Choir rehearsal on I STARKE WO 4.5311 .Q. $:'C ,aci' v4. R+ rn

    urging you to please be present | TTuion, Rev. L. W. Mosley president -'Tuesdav, Dec. 15. All members are J -

    fcr the last meeting before the i held a very successful meeting I asked to please attend so that i "// /l'e A Quality Home .
    at Pleasant!': Grove Baptist i
    ?holidays on Monday Dec. 14. This music for Christmas may be
    is, a call meeting because school Church. Keystone Heights.!; AD- learned. A vote will be taken on //'* A Jim Walter Home"
    proximatelv $120 was raised. If. rehearsal Please be .
    . will be closed when the. regular night. present .. '
    meeting date comes. YOU i have not sunnorted your :!'o that you may vote for a definite OTHER OFFICES: -

    Principal S. C. Price journeyed i church and its many auxiliaries: :night: Tuesday or Wednesday. Oni.q; GAINESVILLE PALATKA '
    to,Durham.N. C. to visit her children "during 1959 make this your reso- Remember our sick and shut-ins. h 3
    'and was taken ill while there. fhition. for 1960 Pauline Marshall.1: ': R nell Enahsh, reporter.
    She was accompanied by her I i --- *'
    daughter. Mary Dean Price. |

    Mrs: Ruth Edna Holland has t 'I

    none a fine job as substitutethrough ),
    the years for the school ,
    and served during her absence as SUWANNEE VALLEY

    fr-fcial request of the principal.The j I ,, : ..

    Christmas tree and party for j ,
    the children will be held Dec. 18.1 j

    Parents are invited to attend. S.i i 'J : x

    C: Price principalteacher.Anderson .
    Junior High DAIRIES :

    Principal C. C. Anderson of Andtrson : : :
    Junior High has released j :

    the' following schedule for assembly ru ., fy :s? >ya
    programs for the rest of the :; -'- :- '

    teim: Dec. 18, General Assembly: ',JJin. ,

    Observance. 18, National, Mrs. Thrift Donald Week ini i I CASH AND CARRY ; x w Vk '" Jam vt

    marge: Feb. 8. Lincoln celebration 9 '. ::7r 3 .a
    Mrs. Donald;' Feb. 15, St. cXc.a. H a.Y

    Valentine's Day, Mrs. Randolph in .
    charge; Feb. 22, George Washington j I $ v

    # and Negro History Week obj j DAIRY STORE ?Y :tt'N Y4 F
    a tvance, Intermediate Department '

    Mesdames Jennings and
    Richardson in charge: March 14E! /

    St. Pctrick's Day, Primary Dept. I
    Miss A. B. Anderson and Mrs. f '
    6 '
    Turner in charge; April 14 Easter j I II (

    program, general assembly Par- ,j .

    exits Iitedl I and to attend friends all are of cordially these: in-I II NOW OPEN ON HIGHWAY 301 NORTH ; nr

    flaws: which provide educational I

    information as well as entertainment N
    for pupils.and teachers. The

    ngular is 1 p. m. staff reporter. re

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    S<< Calling all members of Cham- -
    pion Assembly No. 641 to attend a 4 MILK O CHECK THESE ADVANTAGES!" / -

    special meeting on Wednesday 3 EGGS ICE CREAM -- BUTTER r # '
    I .
    .a., business of vital importance.The ,, .
    p I Ij -,,, ...rte I"
    meeting will be held at Allen I II

    Chapel AME Church. Rev. A. R. ORANGE JUICE 4 s sr I II If 3 ; :
    Randolph supervisor in charge. -- f

    Basketball RJE I 4'
    j I. ,
    The RJE Tigers and Tigeretteswill t '
    play their opening home game I I

    on Friday Dec. 11, with Pine For- Ii t .
    tf t High School of Callahan. Pine 'll 1 I
    Foret's teams were outstanding in I IISSNO0SEC1GN1N1.Natanfgas
    Instant heat. .hotter! flame for
    provides heat iI
    even in evert corner turns
    the tournament last year and won I, up tampletetyao( soot\or
    sodden told : aps. No waste. .. of the J ft duns II
    several honors. This is expected to i I room ; co grime to sal curtains,wills,Bphditery. -
    you tan easily adjust or damn chilly floors.
    be. a heated contest. The general up I .Yfltrtl save on cleanup! hilt.
    with. the temperature.
    public'' is invited to attend. This I

    1iSY'be your last year to attend ----------------t-------------------t-r.t ...----r.r. ----____
    in exclusive air I ,. '. .
    games our open I' : 1 I "
    sotting; so don't miss a single \ I

    Fame Ii :- '.' I I I'

    The, last home game for this II : I I -a

    year and before the holiday sea- ... I -.,..,.qf.""
    ann:will be played on Wednesday. I '." I I -,:,..p.:, '" .

    Dt'r16. The boys and.girls from Friday, Saturday December 4-5 : : t I >' D t.-'t. ;
    I : ,
    the Florida Deaf and Blind School :. t r--1 ;, '
    H-ilJ t invade the court and try to i r {!' -<,' .
    tulxlue the Tigers and Tigerettes.. : .. .
    These are two games you can't af- CHARGES. I CAN IE COXIMEO WITIXII COlt.

    foi'dt0; miss. If its cold bring a II clean, blue flame burns with no I Prices don't fluctuate with the DlTwm;. for year-Vound: am',::

    few.:("hot bricks" and cheer the I waste. or odor. Units last twice as weather or demand. There are no fort throughout yoorhome,oa ural

    team* to victory. Gwendolyn Marshall WITH PURCHASE OF 1 GAL.. ;Cora, as other tlpet r "hidden" costs; you pay only for i gas hating and air coodltlGntIJ> !

    ..'repOrter.CHL"KCR 'I I the fuel you've used. I units are artiljble. ..

    .'Allen Chapel NEWS.A. M. E. Church: OF MILK n

    Rev.; L. A. Sampson pastor will f1 nI'J \, .

    hold :regular communion services '
    tin Sunday starting with SundayS ; -. I'J ;: :
    hO 1 at 10 ,a. m. Supt. Irene ..':
    Thonus{... charge; 11 a. m. Love .. I ; .


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