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 10, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Bradford County Commissioners ,, i
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repair work. ..,tl- 4

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reached after McMillan and Wil-

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,,y. county? to represent the Commis- fi.
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1 s'willingness to accept recommendations -
1 1I i made by Pittsburgh Test- Four Drownings Elks Pleased a John KopHousos (right) Ledge prrsrtiU rann r-ap trophy

ng: Laboratory following a recent (liairman of, thr 1959 Strawberry to Lrr MnntgonirrT and
Found AccidentalBy
inspection of the streets. Wayne" lioolittle. Trrrr Parker
... ) _"!,...... Rout, prrvntn championship -
.. Engineer M. G. McMillan reported "o-<3ptain.. MontgomeryaN
"' 1: Coroner's JuryA
With Results trophy to Goy Livingston
to the board that on Nov. m-rhrd trophy a* oatnlandinj -

I .L: C iC$,ae1i'r VF '/ ,rt YA ... 14 he and WillitS met with a representative verdict of accidental deathwas and Kenny Thomas l lineman In the bowl
o ei' of the Duval Engineering I'alutka Maroon ro-ca ptaln*. rvent. Another Terry Parker
J .. & Construction Co. of returned by a coroner's jury Of Bowl Game at conclusion of Saturday rla}..r. Date Sender wasrlrrlpd

Jacksonville, contractors on the here Tuesday afternoon after nights banquet. a* outstanding hack,

!r a : street work and J. S. Ravelle of probing the drowning of four patients J. I U. Seymour (third from but ryas not present when picture -

the Pittsburgh Testing Labor : of Sunland Training Home Officials of the Elks Lodge proclaim lrftl.) n'pn''t''IItinritar": Klk: was taken.ites .
ury. Ravelle inspected the streets the 1959 Strawoerry Bowl
Gainfsulle, in Crystal Lake on
and the Pittsburgh Company sub- etent staged last Saturday night. thrills. in the game proved the win-
sequently made a report on repaIrs : Nov. 20. r: the most successful financially Parker. which played a tie with :ua? margin.

Yule SeasonIs needed. The inmates drowned while on iiice the charity event was start- Starke in the same Bowl a year After the game. both squads

This report, which McMillan nil overnight camping trip, whena f u five years: ago. Although com-I i I ago. came within inches of another '!,land their coaches were entertained -

Ushered In and Willits recommended the boat, in which they were halo; plete figures are not available deadlock this time. Cecil by the Elks at a banquet in
Sk board accept, provided for: the Elks! estimate they will net Longino: Parker fullback a'as. the Staike Elementary cafetorium,
I ride bthe -
given a camp caretiker's
a 1. Resurfacing entire pavement more than $1,000 for their Crip- ,. limited just short of the double.where a fried chicken supper was
The Christmas season in Starke en Balboa Avenue between : son, capsized. pied Children's Home at Harry- I I stripe on his running attempt forI topped off with strawberry short-

w&s again ushered in last Friday lots 18 and 24. Block 15; Anna. I I j I an extra point with one minute ;,,i rake- John} Kopelousos. chairmanof
faith :a night parade sponsored by Correction of all defective > Warm weather favored good at- .''I ;nd 15 seconds left in the game. this: year's bowl event served
rt? th? Chamber of Commerce. l' Fritehy Smith son of Palatka"s js master of ceremonies- He
r or damaged areas along gutter Shuford Brown tendance by fans as the Palatka ex-
t'i' ,f r Pictured are three of the outstanding line ty removing surface material, : Maroons came from behind to de- ,t roach, accounted for both of the pes ed appreciation to everyone

Ui floats that carried out ratting base down to proper feat Terry Parker Braves 14-13 in 'Maroon's extra points and the who contributed in any way to

the noncommercial parade glide and resurfacing area with Are Re-elected a game that supplied plenty of 1 I.ht one. with less than five nun- tue success of the 1959 Bowl.

'' ..,.. !iitme of "The Christmas Story." double surface treatment.

sw ; L At top is impressive float entered 3. Applying mineral seal coat Lighting Contest \Starke Police
I Six Tornadoes
by the First Christian
:,. I over entire pavement area; I
i Ciiu!-ch, and second from top is. 4. Above repairs to be made ByLawtey Voters, Seeks Entries

Biblical scene depicted by the : under laboratory control at no
I 4 M ? [}oi-th organization of the same I expense to the county. Get Berths On i Halt Convicts
i iri 1 church. i It was also,recommended that Voters in Lawtey apparently' The Christmas Lighting Contest!'

At lowel left is the manger I the board require contractor to !approve of the traffic law enforce-1 1 sponsored by the Chamber of'
scene entered by Pine Level Bap- provide a 12-month maintenancebond ingot efforts of Mayor C R. Shu!:111 Conference Commerce, is open to all homeowners On The Run
ford Marshal Mitchell Brown. and busineSIIesithin the'
i fist Cnurch. Mr. and Mrs. James in favor of Bradford County. -and/ .

4 Starling and infant son, Jimmy Shortly after the board's unanimous Both were re-elected in Tuesday's'+I city' limits of Starke.

rte the characters in' pageant. 'decision to accept the Mc vc ing--by overwhelming majorities -I j ..Bradford :Tornadoes, dominate] vThref cash j prizes! will be.I award-l! I :Tro-Starke' police-.Qfficeu,. A.
Y t y Y ''- Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus rode Millan and Willits recommendation Shuford and Brown have:| the 1959 All 'Conference- Team in' ed for the"best home (loutdoorl! '''E Brown Jr. and J. W. Alvarez r

k I in a convertible and tossed candy, Mr. wOod appeared at the been-under:; : attack in recent weeks: 'the Keystone" loop, with six players displays and and one prize for the were credited with the couture
t 'I to children along the parade route. meeting and gas informed of the by the Peninsula Motor Club of picked for honors at a league'tt'ting best commercial (business) dis-1;Sunday afternoon of two fleeing

,I Ei board's action. Tampa on "traffic trap" charges, : of coaches held in Gaines pay.! convicts who escaped earlier in

He stated that he would abide but both officials have denied any ville last Saturday. The Santa The judging, which will be done' the day from the Florida Correct-

r ; Pecan Season !by the board's specifications in motive' other than a reasonable Fe Rebels were a close second for on Dec. 22, n, and 24 will be bas-I ional Institution at Lowell, near

1. ra. I luvmg the streets repaired, and enforcement of traffic laws in honors, with five players picked eo on lighting techniques origin-> Ocala.

+ expressedappreciation for the Lawtey.In for All Conference. ality, artistic merit and ingenuity.:I The convicts, Robert Trepanier,

Best Since 55 Commission's cooperation in the the Mayor's race, Shuford received Bradford players selected were. The rules for the contest are as 24, of Pacoima.. Calif.. and Rob

1 matter. He also declared that 136 votes to 54 for the Quarterback Harvey Tanner follows: thoJ
s ,{L'k. K I t .t Bradford County will benefit directly nmner-up, D. B. Thomas. Edward -' Fullback Sam Gardner. Guard the contest may register by mailing -,led police officers in three counties

,r'b, Figures Show from taxes received on L. Massey trailed with 13. Ronald Crawford. Center John a postcard to the Chamber of, a merry chase before they

? homes I in the subdivision' and that Brown i la,was given 150 votes to 1 Miller Tackle Cecil Leach, andi Commerce or by applying in person Rare overtaken here by Brown

;: The most successful pecan aucUon Starke will profit by a greater gain election as marshal over i End Tommy Clark. ,,, at their office on North Tem- and AlvarezThey escaped from

.;" t\. season since 1955 closed at number of consumers in its trade his two opponents D. E. Boat-! The Tornadoes won their third ple Avenue: all displays!' must be1'piison by weikiing a foot-long

t .z3. ., I i the Starke State Farmers Market area. wright with 46 votes and Carl!I straight Keystone Conference lighted between the hours of 6:30: butcher knife to force a guard to

.N '3 l fast week after seeing Curtis nuts : The board was told by Robert VanZant. with four. I title and preserved their record r>.m. and 11 p.m. on Dec. 22 23 accompany them in a stolen car.
Dunne their flight they abandoned -
} :Mclntire! executive director of the
reach: a high of 45 cents a pound 'Incumbents Dave Shuford, with I during: the season: of never hav- and 24; and only displays that are
this car and stole two others
; .t1 tt: the final sale. Chamber of Commerce, that an 129 votes, and \V. P. Kemp, with'ing lost a conference game. Brad- visible from the street will be before
reaching Starke in a blue
additional $750 would be needed
,! During the season, 178.509 113 won re-election to their Coun-. ford had a 4-0-1 mark in conference considered in judging the contest Cadillac.
lor a'railroad easement to the
pounds of nuts were sold at the cil seats while the third Council i i play with the tie coming
property; that will be deeded to Wh n the escapees stopped at
Speaker Tells Chamber Members market here with a return to spot went to newcomer Earl Tes-( against Green Cove Springs after Post Office Hours
the Florida Development Commission tuck stop near Waldo for food,
,I ,;rowers of 6110737. During the ton with 108. H. C. Kelly received the crown had already been dinI -
for construction of its Are Announced an employee who had heard reports -
record-breaking 1955 season a- 87 votes in the Council ched. i j
new warehouse south of Starke on of the break became suspicious .
Attitude Of Town Is All Important I ruund 200.000 pounds were sold at race and incumbent Paul Dinkins.I iMacclenny placed four on the For Holiday Season
U. S. 301. The board agreed to divide of them and notifed the
i rare market for approximately who failed to qualify as a candi-: All Conference team. P. K. Yonge
this cost with the City Council Alachua County sheriff's office.
I'i $74.000. This year's over-all.average date before the deadline, received I three Green Cove Springs two. Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. Brown received the relayed ra.

The "right attitude" on the part i Carl Johns, who discussed some was around 33V2' cents, while ]Mr.- McIntire also said that the 17 write-in votes. and Fernandina Beach one. announces the foMowing schedule]ndio' message and spotted the con-

of the people of a community is of i the aspirations of the chamber '; the 1955 average was 37 34. Starke Golf and Country Club Voting ( The Tornado squad will be non-i' of hours for the Starke post office nets car on U. S. 301 north of
was unusually fora
i Around 150 growers from a five- ored at the annual Booster Club
for the the
just as important in attracting new year. would like to deed property to the during holiday season! : Staike. Fortunately they were
sew industry to a town as any Mr. Folds said that competition county area including Alachua County for use as a public roadto Lawtey election, with 208 votes! tootball] banquet\' in the high school Open all day Wednesday, Dec.,traveling behind a slow-moving

other a..u't. This was the message among towns seeking new industry ij ''sold Union, Baker, Clay and Bradford, the goU course. The suggestionwas cast out of 305 who were qualified. -( Cafeteria at 6:30: p.m. Thursday.' 16 and 23. truck and prevented from passing

brought by Milton Folds, supervisor j is getting keener all the time anda i I .nuts through the auction unanimously approved by the Last year less than 100 votes I Dec. 17. Conference trophies and Post office windows will open I. by oncoming traffic. Brown and
of the Community De From seven to ten buyers, other awards wilf be at
town must offer something "ex- ,board. were cast.School. presented I at 8 a.m. starting Monday. Dec.,, Alvarez halted the car and the
velopment Section, Industrial i tia" if it hopes to get anything.He i' most! of them representing large The Commission discussed an I I( this time. II \'I 14, and continuing until' Christ-,j(convicts surrendered without re-

Service Division Florida Development described'this something extra 'shelling companies, were present opinion from the State Attorney I: I Coach Spurgeon Cherry, headof mas. |I I f-istance.!

Commission, when he ad- a.s the attitude of the people of |i at each sale. General concerning establishment Holidays Intramural Athletics at the The public is reminded that all!i I

(lrt' <;t'd the 13th annual banquetof j the people of the community tai ]j: Price range at the final sale of a county development commission. University of Florida, will be the'parcels for Armed Forces aver-
'was Curtis, 38-45 Stuarts, 35-40; Start December 18Christmas \Prisoner: Flees .
the Starke-Bradford County the If I main at the
i I ward incoming industry. The board had asked if a I speaker banquet. seas should be sent by air mail I ,.
Chamber of Commerce Thursday i the people are indifferent or un- Seedlings j 34-37i! ; Mixed 30-38. x "
private development group could I I not later than Thursday Dec 10,
i holidays for Bradford No Commission 1' Thru i
night Dec. 3. ifa\orable. the industralist can CARD OF THANKS be set up and taken over later by I County school children will m order to reach destination by CeilingW
begin 'I I
The banquet was held in the sense this bad attitude at once I We wish' to express our deepest the county under authorization of'j'' Friday Dec. 18. and end Monday.Jan. ,Meeting On Dec. 21 Christmas.
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Starke Klemcntnry: School cafctor-! and will likely move on to som gratitude for the kindness and a special legislative act. The attorney 4. The two days that 'were AH parcels to be mailed to City Jail

ium where a turkey dinner was oilier town, the speaker said.Ifoaever :, sympathy shown us in Zee" illness general gave it as his opinion !I I!lost during the past week due to e I, The regular mid-month meeting 'a distant destination should be f
1 if the
M-rved at tables attractively decorated people are receptive and death of husband and that such plan would not I sent by air in orderto
and the in- our a : boiler trouble at the Starke school of the Board of County Commissioners parcel post I Lonnie Cooper. 22 of Palatka,
in the holiday motif. T. H. cooperative fathf'r.Iay God's richest bless- be legal. *iil be made up at the end of the will not be held on reach there by Christmas. The rested here for disorderly conduct -

Siade, retiring president of the i idustry will likely decide that the I Illig be on everyone.1irs.. M. W. Fleet coverage of insurance on I :tarn. Supt. H. P. Morgan said. Monday. Dec. 21, it was announ- public is also urged to mail all, by shophftin escaped from

chamber presided during the first town is a good place to locate the Lance and children. (Continued on Page_ 6)). crd this week.a packages early. trie: city jail over the weekend by
the .speaker said- -
half of the banquet turning
I ripping a hole in the ceiling.

t a\'t'l over to the new president industrialist M: Folds do declared not expect that most free We Will Continue To Enforce The Law Shuford jI ;[ Chief of Police Riley Sweat

POWDER PUFF I, fo taxes expect and"equal"other favors taxes and but want they i, : j,i.,said"tte.bull that pen'and Cooper was made confined h1s escape >in-

[, ,by climbing atop a cell cage
i jto be treated on the same basis I| Recent blasts of publicity a-I I ing to go right on enforcing the not a single Bradford County per= deep drop-off along the highway' cnly a one year term." 'and: ,standing on a rolled-up mat-

FOOTBALL GAME :las other taxpayers. ;' gainst the so-called Lawtey "traf- j:law until I am ordered to do son was arressed on a traffic where the road is under construction ReplYing to the wave of criticism ,>,tres to give him height sufficientto r

Door prizes were awarded ,after and i fv trap" have resulted in no announced otherwise by a higher authority charge during the period under ?" Marshal Brown said: "Not reach the ceiling. The cell !is
SATURDAY the by Guy
changes in policy on the han the AAA." lire Mayor Shuford said: "I'm He said the trouble started soon one of the persons arrested has ,,I wed to confine drunk or disorderj -

Doc. 12: 7:30: P.M. ", group singing.enjoyed.led by S.G. L.T. Hug-Peek 1 part of Lawtey officials although He continued: "I have instruct- proud of that. I'm proud that we after the double-stripe was painted .. tree said he wasn't guilty. And Ij j\\ prisoners while routine inmatesare

gins, was ;la review of the record shows a id the marshal to arrest anyone have nad no local arrests. It I in the city by the State Road can't see where the -trap pan of .. given the run of "the bullpen
invocation at the starti I '
SENIOR> GIRLS i i brought the sharp: decline in the number of who passes in the no-passing zone speaks: well for our local drivers- ;Department. "Our speed limit was it comes in.Following." ."
vs. i the banquet, and ReS.. E. 'arrests made by Marshal Mitchell local or otherwise. Sure, we could He went on to explain that a i?( 25 miles per hour, and the SRD an inspection of Law I Sweat said the prisoner used

JUNIORAdults[ GUlLS !! Sparks: closed with the bene- .; Brown for traffic violations in let the lawbreakers go flying) ;uniform for the city marshal isj I II said they'd raise the limit to 35 icy city arrests and the city' I.. me unknown instrument to

diction. November. ihrough here and maybe kill a r,i< forthcoming. "We've had it on or- j and n.ake it a no-passing zone to financial statements by the Penin- s..nash through the plaster celling,

Members of the Board of Directors t j Both Mayor C. R. Shuford and few of us like chickens but as I der for two months.. Long before keep the speeders down to a reasonable 1 ua 'Motor Club of Tampa, the:land I ripped away a layer of wire

laic were seated at the head table the Marshal were re-elected by understand, it.: it is against the the AM came here and started limit:' organization launched a wide- mesh above the plaster to create

Students .">0c I and were introduced by Robert 'flee majorities in the Lawtey kw to pass in that zone and we're this! uproar And we are not going A review of the arrest record ,st/read publicity campaign charging hU escape route. Climbing through

j: Mclntire. executive director of the tovn election Tuesday in face of !wing to 'enforce the law whether ,Ito paint the,marshal's car. It belongs ;for the month of November shows the city depends on traffic the hole. the prisoner entered the

This Space Contributed Chamber. charges by Peninsula Motor Clubof rn insurance company likes it or to him. and it has a big red i a sharp dropMarshal Mitchell .si rests for 60 per cent of its re- attic and through a trap door

: Tampa that Brown was overzealous I not." flasher on top. I can't see where Brown said a total of 22 arrests ,' \gnu''. "down into the City Clerk's office,

Weekly to Publicize i Basketball Meeting during a period of several I I Mayor Shuford said heatedly anyone can honestly call it an un- j I were made and about warnings Chairman of the Lawtey City where he opened a window to

I ;.mouths in his arrests of oiit-of- i "I asked the AM officials to sendus marked car." 1-I issued during the month. This Council Dave Shuford. nephew of ,make his exit from the building.

Community Events by The final meeting to organizea '' county motorists for violations of the complaints they had re- Replying to the critics, Mayor |I contrasts with the threemonthtotal the mayor and operator of a filling Sweat .said yesterday that he

Church Basketball League will a no-passing zone in Lawtey. cti.ed. To date I have not seen asitsle Shuford asked: "What solution of 260 arrests made in period ; station in the city, scoffed at i had sworn out a warrant for

THE COMMUNITY be held at 7:30::: p.m. Thursday j Fighting: mad over the widespread .. one, and I still'honestly be- do they offer!" What explanation' the AAA objected to. the charge. (C!. per in County Judge's Court

STATE BANKOF Dec. 17. in the USO. Any church publicity that the motor heve that every arrest madevas'made can be given for passing in a no- ..I Marshal frown said he did not 1 "The city is in excellent finan- I lu a charge of petty larceny so

I wanting to enter a team, or any- dub has given to its charges, following a clear-cut ,violation passing zone where there is a. plan to paint the car. "It's my car cial shape, it has money in the .he: could be picked up by officers

STARKE) one who would_like to play in the., :Mayor Charles Shuford told The of the law." I school zone a business di.itrict'l.1 and I'm not going to paint it bank, and no outstanding indebt1 I in Palatka if he made an appear-

I league should attend this meeting. Telegraph this week: "We're go 1 Commenting on the charge that two state road while the marshal Is elected for (Continued on Page 6) aice there.


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0 IV-I '" - II U J -' Mayor and Mrs. W. T. Jackson j
f) I Vikki Lee Wood |White Christmas I LittleVomen
and family were visiting Mr. and '

i i r.Irs. C- E. Moody and family end +w :Has Birthday Party j Set By Methodists I:To Meet MondayThe

t'i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jackson in I

Mrs. Jay Goertz flew back to Vikki Lee Wood celebrated her! White Christmas will be cele-' Little Women's Club will

i her home in Denver, Colo. Tuesday t ,:. third birthday at a party givep by)brated at the First Methodist I meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'

I after spending the past week her mother, Mrs. Walker Wood of clock in the club house.

NEWS I with her mother, Mrs. M. W. the State Farm. on Saturday Church Sunday evening. Dec. 20., Floia Slade will present a program -

; Lance and family.Christmas 9 ; .y. 'i rwr 1R afternoon. Dec 5, from 2:30 to 4. at 7:30 o'clock. ON "Christmas gifts .and

1 .---- .....-.-.-.-"- -- _._ ___ --...... --l Wreaths, at SistrunksMr. j,! Outdoor games were enjoyed by All members and friends at-;Christmas wrapping.
.",. and Mrs. William Flink, Jr. thirteen little friends of Vikki. tending the service may bring a, Hostesses for the evening will
Mr. and Airs. James Dreier and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Ill and Harriett Powell, Flora Slade
j 1! end family of Jacksonville were : re
!i Each guest was given a small gift bitable in white i
sons of Toledo Ohio are visiting :children spent last week with Mr. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and ''to take home. Birthday cake and' gift wrapped and Linda Hildebran. '"

Mrs. Dreier's parents Mr. and I I and Mrs. Edwards Jr. in Orange Mrs. Garl Mathews. They all visited punch were served to the follow which will be given to the Methodist ; )"

Mrs. J. L. Cole, for two weeks. i I Park. I Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews Children's Home in Enter-I CARD OF THANKS
Misses Vikki and
George Patten, son of Judge I Miss Ruby Lilley of Mounds, HI. ': :n Gainesville:; Sunday afternoon. r ;t&W Turner ing guests, Deana: and Bobby Merz Kay, prise. Fla.Brownie. I 1 j Words cannot adequately. express -

arse Mrs. G. L. Patten, is a mem I;is spending the holidays with her Miss Sylvia Paulk was a featured Debbie Harden. Sally and Sue I i our deep appreciation for

tier of the Stetson University Debate I j I Mater, Mrs. Titus Olson and Mr. singer at the Northeastern ) j' 'Seigler. Barbara Ann Davis and! NoticeThe 1| the many kind and sympathetic

Team taking part in a tournaanent i Olson. : Pharmaceutical dinner dance at I acts shown us in our bereavementby
Snell of Starke Sherri
Nancy ;
at the University of Florida; 1 i, Mr. and Mrs- W. R. Thompson :I the Garden Center in Jacksonville r : Godwin. Robin Tilly and Leslie Brownie Scouts will hold, thoughtful friends. These

t tfcis weekend- of Marathon were guests last week': Saturday night. Miss Paulk also kL '! Cross of Gainesville.Mrs. : their regular weekly meetings at comforting expressions of sympathy
: Replace your old sewing ma- of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas' sang at the Rayonier Christmas Wood was assisted with the Boy Scout hut on Thursdaysat will always be remembered.The .

Adne belt.with a new Singer Belt(at their camp in the Scrub. ; party in Jessup.Ga. Tuesday night the : and refreshments byMiss 3:30 o'clock in the future. family: of Gary Lloyd Far-

atom Denmark Furniture Co. tf Dr. and Mrs. Marcus F. Brown and at the Rayonier plant in t- ,r parties Jean Davis. ber.ALVAREZ' .
: New Port Richey spent Saturday -i Betty _
:Mrs Robert Chace of Gaines- ol Fernandina for their Christmas --- -

idle was visiting Mrs. Etta Hoover and Sunday with his mother, ,i party Wednesday night. I: ill Men's Clothing: 1ft11iii

rfj Monday. I'JMrs.I M. F- Brown.Ed Singer Sewing Machine Needlesat ? r; Woodman Circle : I STORE
9' Established 1894
Durban of Lawtey and !
Denmark Furniture Co. !u"
*Dr. Sarah Wells will return to .
., Christmas _
Horace Cain of Graham are medi-I will visit -, i-'!'. i
\Jr office on Dec10 after recuperating MrsHenry Godwin -. t.v, .. t ; f :j- .
!CJl l patients in the Bradford County -: brother-in-law and sister, Mr. .' ,# -' "
her : .
from illness in MiamI I i ; < ;\\5. :,
All members of the Woodmen
: j
Hospital. I and Mrs. John Livingston, in Orlando .;.J'.'. .....,<' : I The perfect tribute to 1
Circle are invited to attend a
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Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Nasworthy '' tCeigers' .
Saturday.Mr. ;
- on a' Christmas party on Monday. Dec. cherished
a .
visitors -
,tf Winter Park were Sunday and Mrs. Hollis V- Knight,
MrsC.. H. Nas- children and their fami-, U. at 5:30 p. m. at the El Rancho 1
of Mr. and
Jr. of Jacksonville Beach were GoldenVedding ,
worthy. i visiting relatives in Starke on j ties: as well as other relatives and Restaurant. Dinner will be served. I Every funeral that we conduct -

I KINDER ; Christmas Wreaths, at Sistrunks \ Sunday. At Geiger Home i; friends, enjoying the occasion. ':' There will be an exchange of is a source of sustaining

of Starke Their children are: Herman. gifts and all members are askedto .
Mrs Stanley Noegel Mrs. W. B. Mundy was in Jacksonville 1\ solace and spiritual inspira- f '
of' Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Geiger are Mrs. bring one gift costing not more
I and sister, Mrs. J. B. Spencer Wednesday attending the ,, Homer, and Ottis Geiger, and
: I lion to the family
pictured above cutting the cake I than 200.
Lake City were in Vero Beach Women's Missionary Retha Bennett all of Starke. f
I Baptist &t their Golden Wedding anniversary I At 7:30 the members will attend
o\fr the weekend visiting their board meeting Mr. and Mrs. Geiger have been
; Union state executive Hundreds of details and economical
: are managed
YOUR observed last Saturday at the revival at the Christian
B. Harbin.
mother Mrs. J. + at Southern Baptist Head- in Starke since 1930. Mr-
John D. Anderson of Cocoa their home. 501 N. Orange Street.A I firing j i Church. ly attended to that only a trained and carcrcJ
quarters. dinner and reunion Geiger recently retired after being organization perform when the
I family can urgent nee
IT1kSYLVANIATY; spent the past two weeks with his Huggins Wade Gaskin I
Parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. An- j I and George J. R. Wainwright are makinga was enjoyed with all four of the a city employee for 17 years., i Auxiliary Sponsors : for serving is at hand.DeWITT .

= EYES : =:serson, Sr. while hunting in these I business trip to South Florida 1
Baby Sweepstakes C. JONES
parts Loin Wednesday to Friday. Ethel Biggs .Circle Presbyterian Women I 1 :
Purchase any model of Singer Keystone Heights on Sunday.I I I, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE: SERVICE
Machine at Denmark Has Yule PartyA :Have Yule Party The Hospital Auxiliary will
Sewing Ii
: Miss Mamie Anderson has returned i PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4-2610
I sponsor the 1960 baby sweepstakes
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Furniture Co.
to her home in Archer I i II I
Will furnish the highest type ten ice at lowest prices and accept
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lewis will i, her sis- Christmas party was enjoy- ,II The Presbyterian Women of the again this year. Prizes donated by
alter ten days visit I I I ANY life Insurance in force issued ANY
local merchants will be given to by company M
weekend guests of Col. and ,, Church held their annual Christmas -
=- I be ur, Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mrs. Davis ,pd by members of the Ethel Biggs I i
WITH i i the first baby born in 1960. Pros- payment in part or in full on funeral services. Ooniultation"
llrs T. T. Long while enroute from I party Tuesday evening at the
also: had as visitors Mr. and Mrs.A. circle who met at the home of i i j I Ir
Jamaica, British West Indies to Reinoehl of Doctor's Inlet !;(,h1C of Mrs. Charles Schmitt. I jrective! mothers are asked to resister carries no Ohltgatlon.t ; .
S. Mrs. A. R. Norman Tuesday evening I
HAIOLIGHT.Starke 'their home in Wilmington, Dela. 'last Friday and Mr. and Mrs. U. Dec. 8. Mrs. Kate Shepard The following officers for the I,i: ; with the Auxiliary.:

a- i Christmas Wreaths at Sistrunks Ill. McCormick of Jacksonville on was cohostess.Mrs. j I new church year were installed by -

e : Rev. Van Deventer presi-
Sunday. Barry :
; C. A- Knight circle chairman '
ri r
$ Radio & TV! Mrs. Del Colley gave a family presided over the business lent, Mrs. W. J. Epperson; recording -

I I birthday dinner last Friday evening l I Mission and Mrs. S. L- Peek, Jr. secretary. Mrs.\ Malcolm .

: for her aunt, Mrs L. A. Davis. lave the devotional. Mrs. Norman, :, Sunders: corresponding: secretary I
i 311 East Call Street I I Mr and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix and Mrs. Henry Green; Christian (
program chairman, gave a reading TELEGJttAMSAVES
I Milton education, Mrs. Van Deven- SAVES TIME TIME
'7pI j-wn of Statesboro. Ga., and -The Littlest Angel." In keeping Barry
Slarke, tr ovE R-AL t Dill and Mrs. J. M. Lott of Jack- with the Community Missions icr: World Missions, Mrs. L. V. f

i WAG. MEAS.t jouvi1! ",,'ere'eekend guests of program for December, "a Dear !lardin; spiritual growth. Mrs. R. I

i 104 SON.PICTURE Mrand Mrs. J- P. Dill. Friend" letter was used reminding G. Paterson; historian Mrs. Cr.. '
VIEWING AREA Ward annuities and relief Mrs. -- --
f Extra Bobbins save time-Stock everyone that it is more blessed ;
er rrv with Singer Bobbins at Den- Charles Schmitt.
et up i i to give than to receive.
I mark Furniture Co. tf The Schmitt ..home was decqated $-
e FloridaTheatre At the close of the program, the
s I Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain j! members were invited into the for the occasion with Christmas -

I NW BUDGET-PRICED JOB TABU TV and family visited Mr. and Mrs. I'Florida room for a lovely Christ- arrangements of cedar, silvered TRY BANKING BY MAIL WITH US. LIKE TELEGRAPHING, IT

.. _SMART COMPACT,t POWERFUL : S E. Reyes in Jacksonville last 1 mas party where a white Christ- pine cones, red candles anda

Friday. tree lent and beauty reindeer. The refreshment table
Power chassis assures I mas grace. SAVES PRECIOUS TIME. WE MAIL DEPOSIT FORMS FREE
I covered with white linen
/ president of was a
of television viewing. game Mrs. J. D. Warren, j i to the yuletide scene. At the base
/ Grid Tube, Wafer Ca code \the Junior Woman's Club, attended i cf the tree were presents for each cloth and centered with a ChristI -

Tuner. Magic-Mast' Antenna the District four Junior Woman's 'member. I r.. arrangement flanked by tall ON REQUEST. GET SUPPLY SOON!

t f -'!* r" .- yetera.Gold-i ft--_ Club presidents meeting in burning red tapers in silver hold- r -y- > '
*otha iwhI.cdoQ After toe presentation of the
.1i en Voice I'I Jacksonville Thursday of last I ers. Silver trays held dainty cakes.
,gifts refreshments were served
SAT. DEC. 12 Speaker. An-J week.Mrs. j mints; and nuts. Mrs. W. B. Dowl-
White i from an artistically arranged bul-I
/ tique
1-. with Mocha 1 S9.95 i L. F. Dinkins and Mrs. A. t fet table.I j lug immediate past president
color. Model JL 0 Andrew were visiting Dr. and ,I presided at the crystal punch bowl
14IM4 I Mrs. J. L. Stith and family in I at one end of the table. FLORIDA
iMrs. Davis Hostess .
"oanford last Friday. The 35 guests present enjoyed .
GOLDWIRE Mrand Mrs- Bruce Cox of i> Christmas carols and exchanged
.. :JTo UDC Chapter DANK AT S'TARK'E.- .. ,
Jacksonville Beach. Miss Elaine I : gifts during the evening.IDinnerBridge

/"J I. I 1 '\ oykes of Jacksonville, and Mr. and .An article on "Soldiers In Petti- Cl t tf 2t ....'..K$OF THE FkOt.B*IUTIOUL' 60' ..',VEVEriDEIAI.0E10StTIREURAkC" (COM.

j,awa (PRnD TIOI.A connna nene SERVICENTER Mrs. Guy Sale and daughter,
1. i I coats" was read by the historian.!i II
Linda of Kingsley Lake were Sun- i i Mrs. F. B. Beard. as a highlightlof
135 East Call St. of Mrs. W. B. .At Graudon Home .
i When Worlds
I Mundy' and Mrs.._ J. B. Sapp.tn 1 Chapter U.D.C. met Wednesday I, I
Mrs. George Miller and Mrs.
I afternoon Dec. 2. at the home of
; :Fred Graudon entertained at a
I Irt Mrs. L. A. Davis. Co-hostesses''
lovely dinner-bridge party Satur- ....
were Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, Mrs. 4.
{ !ray evening at the home of the
pus "Canned Fued" CartooSUN. i! Herbert Thomas, and Mrs. J. E.! .t '
latter .. Ii
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: Dec. 13 thru lat served, held red 'I tI r.cti'eith an arangement of S :
were a andI I .
fruit and poinsettias, flanked by

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GREGORY k'iirnii' ;z- flanked by red tapers, in silver ers. : SS
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PECK L'WI : president presided at the sil- .
'' by Cadge played several progressionsafter I .
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DEBORAH I which prizes were awarded. .
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:i Junior Women Mrs. J. W. McIntosh !I'St.! Mark's Auxiliary I High School PTA ,

Induct Eleven I t Is Honor Guest I'Hears Report On MeetSt. To Meet TuesdayThe

New Members

I II On 73rd Birthday Mark's Women's Auxiliary
I Bradford High School PTA,
Eleven new members were inducted met Monday. Dec. 7, at the Par-
will meet Tuesday Dec. 15, at 7:30p (
I into the Junior Woman's Mrs. Clyde Phiest gave a surprise ish House. Mrs. George Winkler 1
m. in the Starke Elementary
tad"I I Club at a meeting held Monday birthday party Tuesday gave a very interesting report on i School cafetorium. A program of
,: is t night in the club house. They were afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30 o'- the recent District 3 meeting held
Christmas music will be presentedby
T -'I ,.,.,- Mis. Thomas Casey Mrs. Frank clock: for her mother Mrs. J. W. at Cedar Key. -"
high school and junior high
Mitchell Mrs- Paul Canova. Miss McIntosh, Sr., who was 73 years The meeting time has been school choral groups. Soloists will
Virginia Sewell Miss Norma eld. changed to the
second Monday at,
i fce Harold Tyus, Richard Young.
Canova, Miss Marty Rozier Mrs. The McIntosh home was gay 10:30 a.m. Therefore, the next. M&rkleyann Johns and Hilma

Barry Van Deventer :Miss Leah r for the occasion with Christmas meeting will be held on Jan. 10 i Tanner.
Sutton :Miss Charlene Hardy, Mrs. | decorations throughout the party at the Parish House. This will be I

Will Shawver and Mrs. Harold rooms. The lace covered a very important
s meeting as
ij Mr. and Mrs. Dave Burt of
Davis / ..ji ment table was centered refreSh-I I for the new year will be made. Jackson Mich., Saturday
Mrs. Edward Burns, county i '" mirky pink embossed birthday All members should make a were
spec- visitors of Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
librarian was the featured speaker .) r Trays held sandwiches nuts and j al effort to be there. I 3 r.ckland.I .
on the program topic "Fine i<* cream.
F / Arts." She encouraged members to The II I-
seven guests included close I
., aid in the development and publication aa
'b .. I neighborhood: friends of Mrs. McIntosh I
iM }h3. 1 I of the "Friends of the and Mrs. Alice Langford!
\ s ( Library" and their Bookmobile. of Lake: Butler. 7 PC. LIVING ROOM GROUP

After refreshments, served by
Mrs. Priest was assisted by Mrs.
Mrs. Joseph Wood and her committee ( .h LS } a Errol Alvarez and Mrs. Lipsey.

; !t 1y the evening was closed vS

-' "sTdjp b with a card party. ; c'6; WSCS Notice y l t
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1 1st Baptist WMU ': ; The Methodist WSCS business
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jrwi and program meeting will be held
I Circles Meet :4f E 1
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> Tuesday afternoon Dec. 15, at 3 clli
K i o'clock to be followed by a tea r.-+'--
i (
#r Lottie Moon Circle met at the { .;
gf ; e .. .' honoring new members of the
Y :!N'r home of Mrs. C. J. Houpe. Mrs.R. ., ;:. I I'
$ Nr Society and the Guild.
A. Green leader presiding Program

chairman, Mrs. H. L. Speer gave /1' I r .ti

an interesting program on Prayer Canova and Mrs. G. B. Killinger -

with Mrs. Willie Mae Denton, Mrs. | of Gainesville, Mrs. George Lane. S MIS SI
4 L. H. Jennings, Mrs. R. A. Green pnd Mrs. Cliff Furlong of Savannah -, I cow
; 1 r
:< taking: part. Cards addressed to < i* J-i3'ifra & Ga. Assisting at the punch
i -
,....... ...........'.""" Missionaries in Foreign Fields | tables were Miss Norma CanovaJ 1
I were given to members by Miss Edith Lou Killinger, and Mrs.j

Mrs. Ray Judd cf pink and white was carried out I Speer to be mailed out for Mrs.l R. A. Green. Jr. of Gainesville,I i

in the decorations.A mas. The meeting was adjourned.for .. and Mrs. Ronald Patray of Jack-
Honored At ShowerIn beautiful pink and white umbrella a Christmas Party. sonville. Mrs. Levy A. Canova,

Theressa Center hung over the gift table, Lorena Epperson Circle met at I Jr. of Jacksonville kept the bride's 2-PC. SOFA BED SUIT

with streamers flowing to the the home of Mrs. Paul Raymond book.

Pictured are Mr. and Mrs. Mil- chair in which the honoree was Mrs. Dorothy Ross, co-hostess. I Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr. was in 2 STEP END TABLES

!&rd Ray Judd Jr., whose marriagewas seated. Mrs. H. H. Sheppard. leader pre 'Miss charge of the reception and Mrs.

an event of Nov. 14 in the Games were played during the fI ing. Mrs. Merrill Edwards presented Furlong, Mr. Canova Exchange VowsIn Sarah Hunter was in charge of 1 COFFEE TABLE

Waldo Methodist Church. evening, with prizes won by Mrs. the program on the Calen- | Madison Street Baptist Church Ceremony 'the kitchen. Inviting guests to

Mrs. Judd, the former Miss Loree Dryden and Miss Glenda dar of Prayer for Foreign Mis- the punch tables were Mrs. Jim 2 TABLE LAMPS

Nancy Dryden, was complimentedon I Wniteside. sionaries. Each member was givena I At an impressive ceremony, Starke, T. J. Alderman. Jr. of Ocala Otto and Mrs. George Patten Sr.

Tuesday, Dec. 1, with a mis- The honor guest was presenteda name and address of a foreign Saturday evening, Nov. 28 in the and R. A. Green Jr. of i Serving as floor hostesses were

cellaneous shower given by Mrs. I beautiful corsage, and many missionary to mail Christmas :Madison: Street Baptist Church, Gainesville.The ] Mrs. James Weldon of Jackson-

Robert Drake, Mrs. Joseph Ker- lovely gifts. cards to, and a tree and gifts are I Miss Joan Fredre Furlong and -bride's sister-in-law, Mrs. ville, Mrs. Dave Paulk. Miss Sylvia Only

rigan, Mrs. Virginia Sibley, and At the close of the evening, the to be taken to a shut in for f I George Alderman Canova exchanged Max Furlong, was the matron of Paulk, Mrs Rodney Hall $ 95

Mrs. Dan Raley in the community hostesses served delicious refreshments Christmas by members of the j wedding vows, with the honor. The Miss Geraldine Gay, Miss
bridesmaids were her
center at Theressa. A color scheme I Circle. Meeting was adjourned fora .. Rev. J. H. :Mabry, Jr. officiatingat cousins, Mrs. Bob Williamson of Linda Smith, Miss Geraldine i79

Christmas Party. the 8 o'clock ceremony. The Fender Miss Charlene Hardy, and
Auburndale, Miss Judy 'Dankel of
Birthday LuncheonFor Christian Church Annie Armstrong circle met at pride, is the daughter of Mr. and Starke. Miss Virginia Ann Lane, Miss Susan Easter of Gainesville.

the home of Mrs.M. A. Payne with Mrs. J. W. Furlong. The bride- and Miss Passing rice bags were Lynn and
Carol Lane of
Carolyn CrewsMrs. Circles MeetMrs. Savannah
Mrs. A. W. King leader. The pro groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ga.t The attendants Mark Vandiviere. and Wayne ,
gram was in charge of Mrs. O. F- L- A. Canova, Sr weregowned | Rahn of Jack.->nviHe. SMALL DOWN PAYMENTNo
Lester Crews entertainedat Margaret Blankenship was alike fn becoming chrome- I
Siemer, Jr. Program was calendar: I The church was handsomely dec- After spen ''n; some time with
a birthday luncheon last Sat- hostess to Circles One and spun iridescent taffeta dresses.
Two I i of Prayer for Foreign Missionaries. orated with fall flowers in autumn The their guests the couple left on a Carrying Charge
for her empire bodices were
urday daughter, Carolyn, styledith
of the First Christian Church at Mrs. Tyler Jones leading devotional -f hues. The altar was graced with week's wedding trip to Jamaica.
who was celebrating her seventh I \\ small cap sleeves and swooping
n Christmas party Thursday eve- on Prayer. A box for Christmaswas baskets of gold bronze and yel- British West Indies. The bride
anniversary. neckline in back: The bouffant
Christmas decorations ning of last week. made of gifts for a T-B. pa- low mums and gladioli, while gar- skirts had an additional train extending f' and groom chose for traveling We Give *W Green Stamps
predominated The refreshment table at- tient. Meeting adjourned for a lands of fern and pompoms dec- matching suits of silk and wool
was S
from the back waistline.
in the party rooms and aj Social hour. ;".
crated the rails around the piano midnight blue. The bride's costume -
snowman holding a candle flanked tractive with a lace cloth, :Mrs. Furlong's gown was of antique '
by red candles in silver hold- ed with a Christmas center-I ISouthside and organ. Branched candelabra gold, while Miss Dankel was complimented with
j. PTA held gold-sprayed candles, and Navy accessories and a white velvet -
ers centered the luncheon table. of greenery, pine cones, and Miss Virginia Ann Lance wore HART
potted palms and autumn leaves : hat, and she wore the orchid FURNITURE CO
candles. I copperglo and :Miss Carol
The seven little girls enjoyed a I Met I
TuesdayThe formed the background. The pews from her bridal bouquet. Theyjare
I and Mrs. Williamson
Mrs. wore a nut
after the Blankenship assisted
game luncheon and was
I | were marked with Kathryn Peek won the prize. in serving by her daughter Barbara Southside Elementary PT of shaded ribbon centered with wood shade. In their hair they. The former Miss Furlong is Starke FloridaCREDIT

Favors were Christmas stockings 1 and Elaine Harley. Twelve I met in the cafeteria on Tuesday mums. wore matching velvet leaves, and i I employed as secretary of the ,,
filled with and I guests the I Bob I also wore matching gloves. They
candy candy canes. enjoyed affair. Dec. 1. at 8 u.m.- Baggett-- of Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr. played ; 1 Starke Elementary School. Mr.
crescent-shaped bouquets
the First Christian Church gave
Canova attended the
- I nuptial music as the guests assembled of bronze gold and yellow University
r the devotional. mums
I and accompanied Mrs. cf Florida was graduated from

SPANISH MOSS. After the business session, al I I Paul E. Canova, m soloist who gowns.with ribbons to match their I I Mars Hill College in June, 1959

delightful program of Christmas sang "0 Perfect Love," "How Do, and is now employed at Canova

songs, customs, and poems were i I Love Thee?". "With This RingI An exquisite gown of antique Pharmacy.

BELLO PEROPERJUDICIAL' presented by the children of thee Wed," and the "Wedding white ibrocaded satin was selectedby Out-of-town guests at the wedding -

grades one through six. Benediction." the bride, who was given in and reception were Mr. and No AT No

Mrs. Kate Sheppard's sixth The bridegroom's best man was marriage by her father. The molded Mrs. Bob Williamson and Mrs.

grade won the attendance award. his brother, David E. Canova. elongated bodice was enhanced Cassel Long of Auburndale; Mr. Interest Carrying

Refreshments were served by Serving as ushers were Levy A. by a high-pointed collar and and Mrs. James R. Weldon Mrs. I CASH PRICES
long ;
pointed sleeves.
the second grade Home Room Canova, Jr. and James R. Weldonof The long; Pitner Vandiviere, Mark and Lynn. Charge Charge
princess lines of the
Mothers. "*" ;. Jacksonville, Max W. Furlong town!: drifted Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova Jr.,

[(beautiful but deadly) and George L. Patten, Jr. of into the full skirt which gave way Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Patray, Mr. GEM JEWELRY
i a wide chapel train. Her fingertip and Mrs. Jack W. Rahn. Chris
veil of sheerest
'it ; du8 ? "1wt illusion was and Wayne all of Jacksonville
._ I 'T r__ _' _""'':'7'" attached to ; 109 E. Call Street
.11- Phone WO 4-5211
-- an iridescent
I" .., ...,... ,.; : ;i sequined Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Killinger and
3 /, ..;:,.'_J.a. tiara. She carried a crescent-
Edith Miss Susan
: Easter, F. A.
; 'r
shaped bouquet of
gold bronze
i w< '; Canova Mrs. W. G- Boltin, III,
.. .. ....' ':J I talisman roses stephanotis and Mrs. Paul E. Canova, Jr. and Mr. Bulova Watches New Elgin
tuberoses centered with I
a bronze
and Mrs. J. J. Canova all of
.: : I orchid attached with streamers in
1 from
w 'S ; Mrs. James Otto of 24.75 STARLITE
,. ,. v '; I shades of gold and -bronze. Bay Pines; Mr. and Mrs. G. W.

,K.r. Mrs. Furlong chose for her Lane, Carol( and Virginia Ann 17 JEWELS
... +.. .I daughter's wedding an ice mint and Mrs. Cliff Furlong, of Savannah

sarr Ns chiffon dress with sequined bodice Ga.: Mrs. Herman W. Fus-! Interlocking
: and Only
flowing skirt
with matching sell of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. $19.95

f 'jf. accessories.; With this she worea Louis Wise and Mrs. Cora Marsh- Diamond Sets
.J bronze
kr f. orchid. burn of Keystone Heights; :Mr.: Plus Tax
; : A't d" :Mrs. Canova, Sr. selected a and Mrs. Jack
Wainwright. Mrs.
i from $47.50
i ; r Si candlelight lace dress over taffeta P. E. Fairley, Mrs. James Polk-
; S, t.xM with which she wore black
accessories -
,r a.r. wf .J inghorne of Waycross, Ga., Mrs.
k and a bronze orchid. James P. Drier of Cleveland, Ohio; FREE Foldover

p't :f c' I I.i ] Starke A reception was held in the .Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman of Princess and Sweetheart

; 5 Woman's Club where arrangements Grandin, and Mr. and Mrs. Nat DIAMOND
of ,
1 bronze and Alderman and daughter Rita of 1
i. yellow mums and gladioli were Pooler. Ga.
: placed at vantage points. DINNER RING To All Our Customers

f 'of The receiving line, composed of

;' r w a, roc 5 I the wedding party and parents of f .B Ie from $18.50 .

t f}"rr the bride and groom, stood in
,7 ; ; TRADE IN
4.i. ;, ":\" front of the fireplace in the STARKE FL':. $5.00

< I I lounge. The mantel was enhanced 32 Diamond
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fan-shaped of
a j
t- arrangement
:'". ., .... I white chrysanthemums sprayed SUN., MON, TUES. WATCH BAND
AyD e9 Shaver on any of these _
I with gold. Dec. 13, 14, 15
Paste de Mata A'rboles .
cerro < The bride's table was covered The Wonderful With One-Half Carat of SCHICK REMINGTON

( Moss Kills Trees) \0-f -: with a white lace cloth over satin.
-.,.,.+'.-" .. .'".. Centering the table was a three- Country Diamonds. NORELCO'BULOVA

: tiered wedding cake decorated Robert Mitchum. Julie London .
fit arty language, Spanish Moss is a "silent killer"! It slowly stiflesbeautiful ; .z\ with slightly gold tinted orchids The Only $119.95 .
shade trees and destroys nut end fruit bearing trees. t.y. ;'" Lady Takes Pen Seta
"'''' and flowers carrying out the Autumn Lighters -

r color motif. Around the cake A FlyerLana .

IS THE TIME I was a flounce of tulle interspersed Turner, Jeff Chandler Crosses Pendants Cameo Seta, Charms
NOW k4 with sugared'' cornucopias filled
'" Plus Color Cartoon. i
TO KILL IT j : ; with marzipan fruits. Brass Earrings Lockets Costume Sets

while the trees are dormant. : LL. ., candelabra; with burning yellow Wed, Thur. Dec. 16, 17 t
__.,., tapers and (brass compotes holding -

mints and nuts completed the Surrender Hill

\j r 1', 'wusfin- M ."l in SEVENTEEN arrangement The punch tables were overlaid Keith Andes, Susan Cabot- Key Chains Birthstone Rings -- Bill Folds -

with bronze taffeta cloths and HELL'S ISLAND Bracelets Tie Sets I. D.'s Baby Sets Sifter
> Yt3. .ftlBPLY STATED FASHION POINT. Playing it centered with punch bowls surrounded John Payne, Mary Murphy Jewel Boxes Transmitter Radios
FLORIDA straight with talented young lines. Rich embroidery and with real fruits sprayed Plus Color (Cartoon
with gold and garlands of fern
KST CONTROL flower appliqued white jacket buttons in back underneathit
and Fall flowers. Fri., Sat. Dec. 18, 19 I
aE t4orido a slim smoothly fitting sheath. Vicky Vaughn usa Greeting the guests at the reception !

Mar tODAtl' Co.tr.1 ,ND Rosewood's Super Sea Spray, wrinkle-resistant and washable were Mrs. P. T. Nolin and House On Haunted SERVICE WITH EVERY SALE AT

crisp rayon linen. Blue, sungold, nary or coraL :Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Presiding at Hill

the bride's table were Mrs. N S.
Sizes S to 15. OQ IC.. Vincent Price, Carol Ohmart
\rIcALco. nu m lOOK cousin a J Dankel of Starke and Miss Mary Gem Jewelry

Dankel of KATHY Of
Waycross Ga. They
ROBBINS'The Store of Values were assisted by Mrs. 'Harold|
For Free Estimate Phone'WO '4-3965 Dan Dnryea. Jan McCormack
and Mrs. Neil Crawford."
224 N. Temple Starke Flat Epps Plus 2 Color Cartoons
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( Junior Women Mrs. J. W. McIntosh '!St. Mark's Auxiliary I High School PTA ,

I i ithadya Induct Eleven Is Honor Guest ''Hears Report On Meet To Meet Tuesday

II I New MembersEleven On 73rd BirthdayMrs. SL Mark's Women's
It h Auxiliarymet The Bradford High School PTA
Dec. 7, at the Par-
new members were inducted r t into the Junior Woman'sClub Clyde Phiest gave a surprise ish House. Mrs. George Winkler'p m. in the Starke Elementary

t at a meeting held Monday birthday party Tuesday gave a very interesting report on,,* School cafetorium. A program of

Mooty I iI1 ii night in the club house. They were afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30 o' the recent District 3 meeting: held!]I Christmas music will be presentedI
clock for her mother. Mrs. J. W. at Cedar -
i Mis. Thomas Casey, Mrs. Frank I ; high school and junior high
Mitchell Mrs. Paul Canova Miss + y e McIntosh, Sr., who was 73 years The meeting time has been'I school choral groups Soloists will

Virginia Sewell, Miss Norma 4, eld.The changed to the second Monday at i be Harold Tyus. Richard Young.

Canova Miss Marty Rozier, :Mrs. McIntosh home was gay 10:30 a.m. Therefore the next, Mirkleyann Johns and Hilma

Barry Van Deventer :Miss Leah ,- for the occasion with Christmas meeting will be held on Jan. 10 i i Tanner.

Button Miss Charlene Hardy Mrs. |I i'S decorations throughout the party at the "Parish House. This will ben I -

Will rooms. The lace covered refresh- very important
Shawver and Mrs. Harold c' meeting as plans|! Mr. and Mrs. Dave Burt of
Davis ment table was centered with a I for the new year will be made.
Jackson. Mich., were Saturday
i Mrs. Edward Burns 'p pink embossed birthday cake. All members should
county S Sr make a special -II visitors of Mr. and Mrs. FW..
librarian, was the featured speaker Trays held sandwiches nuts and effort to be there. :i Strickland.

on the program topic. "Fine j ire cream. -

"' Arts." She encouraged members to The seven guests included close I

t A aid in the development and publi- '
r neighborhood friends of Mrs. Mc- I
cation of the "Friends of the lutosh and Mrs. Alice Langfordof 1 I
Library" and their Bookmobile. Lake! Butler. GROUP

+ After refreshments, served by Mrs. Priest was assisted by Mrs.
Mrs. Joseph Wood and her com- Errol Alvarez and Mrs. Lipsey.

\ mittee, the evening was closed '
4:,. i vl'Y
Y x .,, a ','r a T I with a card party.Baptist II + WSCS NoticeThe .
I K.f' ,- it ll I 4
..: y { 1 aaSy'
;- 1 1st WMU iE ". Methodist WSCS business 1
,Vt s and will be held .,,. i. Ia r '
', t ,'. program meeting w. ii
Circles Meet :" >s Tuesday afternoon. Dec. 15, at 3 t
1: f r tr o'clock to be followed by a tea It
Lottie Moon Circle met at the I
+ x 1T
q fi,1 honoring new n.eni(>ers of the

,,y home of Mrs. C. J. Houpe. Mrs.R. ." t Society and the Guild. I 9 r. a

A. Green leader
+;A 5w presiding Program

1'w chairman Mrs. H. L. Speer gave jfI
Canova and Mrs. G. B. Killingerof
aa interesting program on Prayer,
with Mrs. Willie Mae Denton Mrs. I I 4, b f .''e', Gainesville Mrs. George Lane. S VVI
?nd Mrs. Cliff Furlong of Savannah -
L- H. Jennings Mrs. R. A. Greentaking I
a Ga. at the :
part. Cards addressed to II Assisting punch
s P.I
9 ? e Norma CanovaJ!
tables Miss
+ aI Missionaries in Foreign Fields I)I + were I
Miss Edith Lou and Mrs.]i
I were given to members by MrsSpeer I)I I i
Ray Judd of pink and white was carried out to be mailed out for Christi i R. A. Green, Jr. of Gainesville,
I i and Mrs. Ronald Patray of Jack-
in the decorations.A mas. The meeting was adjourned ,f
Honored At ShowerIn beautiful pink and white umbrella for a Christmas Party. .. sonville. Mrs. Levy A. Canova, I
i*I 4I"ar_ 'K: LSVC.rRIS P fir"! +t Jr. of Jacksonville the bride's 2PC. SOFA
hung over the gift table, kept SUIT
Theressa Center Lorena Epperson Circle met at ca }al+Y+
with streamers flowing to the the home of Mrs. Paul Raymond. I i t f book.

Pictured are Mr. and Mrs. Millard chair in which the honoree was Mrs. Dorothy Ross, co-hostess. I I I "Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr. was in 2 STEP END TABLES

Ray Judd Jr. whose marriage seated. Mrs. H. H. Sheppard, leader pre- I'Miss charge of the reception and Mrs.
was an event of Nov. 14 in the Games were played during the 5iaing. Mrs. Merrill Edwards presented Furlong, Mr. Canova Exchange VowsIn Sarah Hunter was in charge of 1 COFFEE TABLE

Waldo Methodist Church- evening with prizes won by Mrs. the program on the Calen- Madison Street Baptist Church Ceremony 'the kitchen. Inviting guests to

Mrs. Judd the former Miss Loree Dryden and Miss Glenda dar of Prayer for Foreign Mis- the punch tables were Mrs. Jim 2 TABLE LAMPS

Nancy Dryden, was complimentedon Whiteside.The sionaries. Each member was givena I At an impressive ceremony Starke, T. J. Alderman Jr. of Ocala Otto and Mrs. George Patten Sr.

Tuesday Dec. 1, with a mis- honor guest was presenteda name and address of a foreign I Saturday evening Nov 28, in the and R. A. Green. Jr. of Serving as floor hostesses were

cellaneous shower given by Mrs. beautiful corsage and many missionary; to mail Christmas Madison Street Baptist Church, Gainesville.The Mrs. James Weldon of Jackson

Robert Drake, Mrs. Joseph Ker lovely gifts. cards to, and a tree and gifts are I Miss Joan Fredre Furlong and -bride's sister-in-law, Mrs. ville Mrs. Dave Paulk Miss Sylvia Only $ 95

rigan, Mrs. Virginia Sibley, and At the close of the evening the to be taken to a shut in for George Alderman Canova exchanged :Max Furlong, was the matron of Paulk Mrs Rodney Hall

Mrs. Dan Raley in the community hostesses served delicious refresh- Christmas by members of the I' wedding vows, with the honor. The bridesmaids were her Miss Geraldine Gay, Miss i79

center at Theressa. A color scheme !merits. Circle. Meeting was adjourned fora Rev. J. H. Mabry, Jr. officiating cousins, Mrs. Bob Williamson of Linda Smith Miss Geraldine
Christmas Party. at the 8 o'clock ceremony. The Fender Miss Charlene Hardy and
I' Auburndale Miss Judy "Dankel of
Birthday LuncheonFor I Christian Church Annie Armstrong circle met at bride, is the daughter of Mr. and Starke :Miss Virginia Ann Lane, Miss Susan Easter of Gainesville.

the home of Mrs.M.A.Payne with Mrs. J. W. Furlong. The bride- : Passing rice bags were Lynn and
and Miss Carol Lane
of Savannah
Crews Circles MeetMrs. I -
Carolyn I Mrs. A. W. King leader. The pro- groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ga. *The attendants Mark Vandiviere. and Wayne

gram was in charge of Mrs. O. F- L. A. Canova, Sr were Rahn of Jack-"'nvitle- SMALL DOWN PAYMENTNo
: gowned alike m becoming chrome- '
Mrs. Lester Crews entertainedat Margaret Blankenship was
Siemer. Jr. Program was calendar:I The church was handsomely dec- After spenH; vwe time with
a birthday luncheon last Sat- hostess to Circles One and Two 1 of Prayer for Foreign Missionaries.Mrs. : orated with fall flowers in autumn The spun iridescent taffeta dresses. their guests the couple left on a Carrying Charge

urday for her daughter, Carolyn of the First Christian Church ata i Tarter Jones leading devotional -i hues. The altar was graced wit) empire bodices were styled week's wedding:: trip to Jamaica.
I with small sleeves
who was celebrating her seventh on Prayer. A box for Christmaswas baskets of bronze swoop- British West Indies. The bride
gold and yel-
Christmas "
party Thursday eve- ing neckline in back: The bouffant
anniversary. ning of last week. made of gifts for a T-B pa- low mums and gladioli, while gar- skirts had an additional train extending -,i and groom chose for traveling We Give #; n. Green Stamps
Christmas decorations predominated tient. Meeting adjourned for a lands of fern and pompoms dec- match'njr suits of silk and wool
The refreshment table was at- from the back waistline. .
in the party rooms and ano'ft'D1an Social hour. crated the rails around the piano "! midnight blue. The bride's costume -
holding a candle flanked tractive with a lace cloth, Mrs. Furlong's gown was of an-
and Branched candelabraheld was complimented with
by red candles in silver hold ed with a Christmas center-j rSouthside PT ATuesday organ.gold-sprayed candles, and tique gold while Miss Dankel Navy accessories and a white velvet -
end Miss
of Virginia Ann Lance wore HART
centered luncheon table. greenery, pine cones
potted palms and autumn leaves hat, ,and she wore the orchid
candles. I I copperglo, and Miss Carol Lane
The seven little girls enjoyed a t Met I I termed, the background. The pews I and Mrs. Williamson from her bridal bouquet Theyare ,
wore a nut-
game after the luncheon and Mrs. Blankenship was assisted I I II i. were marked with shade.
Kathryn Peek won the prize. in serving by her daughter, Bar- The Southside Elementary PTA' of shaded ribbon centered with In their hair they I The former Miss Furlong is Starke, FloridaCREDIT

Favors were Christmas stockings bara, and Elaine Harley. Twelve I met in the cafeteria on Tuesday I mums. I wore matching velvet leaves, and I employed as secretary of the

filled with candy and candy canes. guests enjoyed the affair. : Dec. 1, at 8 p.m. Bob Baggett of :Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. played, also carried wore matching gloves. They Starke Elementary School. Mr.

the First Christian Church gave crescent-shaped bouquetsof Canova attended the
nuptial music as the guests as-: University
-...- devotional. bronze gold and yellow mums
the cf Florida was from
sembled and accompanied Mrs.! with graduated
ribbons to
match their
SPANISH MOSS. After the business session, a Paul E. Canova ill soloist who Mars Hill College in June. 1959
gowns. I
delightful program of Christmas sang "0 Perfect Love," "How Do:I" and is now employed at Canova

songs, customs, and poems were I Love Thee?". "With This Ring An exquisite gown of antique Pharmacy.

BELLO PEROPERJUDICIAL presented by the children of I thee Wed" and the "Wedding white ibrocaded satin was selected Out-of-town guests at the wed-

grades one through six. Benediction." I' by the bride who was given in ding and reception were Mr. and No AT No
marriage by her father. The mold-
Mrs. Bob Williamson and Mrs.
Mrs. Kate Sheppard's sixth The bridegroom's best man was
grade won the attendance award. his brother, David E. Canova.., ed, elongated bodice was enhanced Cassel Long of Auburndale; Mr. Interest Carrying ,

Refreshments were served by Serving as ushers were Levy A. by a high-pointed collar and and Mrs. James R. Weldon, Mrs. CASH PRICES
long pointed sleeves. The Charge Charge
the second grade Home Room Canova, Jr. and James R. Weldonof long Pitner Vandiviere Mark and Lynn.

:Mothers. "*" Jacksonville, :Max W. Furlongand ; princess lines of the gown drifted Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova, Jr,

.(beautiful but deadly) I George L. Patten Jr. of to into a the wide full skirt which gave way Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Patray, Mr. .. GEM JEWELRY
i chapel train. Her fin and Mrs. Jack W. Rahn. Chris
I gertip veil of sheerest
e xx nk --.' -.--'....,..".".-N,.. attached to iridescent illusion was and Wayne all of Jacksonville; 109 E. Call Street Phone WO 4.5211
M' ) .a. i? ". ;; ::I I. sequined Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Killinger and
t. co q ,',' tiara. She carried a crescent-
4 Edith. Miss Susan Easter, F. A.
.". ", jI \
d ,
p shaped
s of
gold and bronze
I Canova, Mrs. W. G. Boltin HI,
r talisman Bulova Watches New ElginSTARLITE
; : .J I, roses stephanotis and Mrs. Paul E. Canova, Jr.. and Mr.
.. :
i: tuberoses centered with
.i .,> yV a bronze and Mrs. J. J. Canova, all of
: : : "I orchid attached with
: I streamers in Gainesville; Mrs. James Otto of from 24.75
shades of gold andbronze..
Jr I Bay Pines; Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Mrs. Furlong chose for her Lane. Carol and Virginia Ann,' 17 JEWELS

,5"I: "I daughter's wedding an ice mint and Mrs. Cliff Furlong of Savannah -

chiffon dress with sequined bodice Ga.; Mrs. Herman W. Fus- Interlocking

t and flowing skirt with matching sell of Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Only $19.95

1 accessories. With this she worea Louis Wise and Mrs. Cora Marsh- Diamond Sets

1 bronze orchid. burn of Keystone Heights; :Mr. Plus Tax

] Mrs. Canova, Sr. selected a and Mrs. Jack Wainwright. Mrs. from $47.50

J candlelight lace dress over taffeta P. E. Fan-ley. Mrs. James Polk-

t I with which she wore black accessories inghorne of Waycross, Ga.. Mrs.

q, ] and a bronze orchid.A James P. Drier of Cleveland Ohio; FREE Foldover
? ;
Princess and Sweetheart
) reception was held in the
a.j a Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman of

Starke Woman's Club where arrangements Grandin, and Mr. and Mrs. Nat DIAMOND

''. of gold, bronze, and Alderman and daughter Rita of KEY CASE

yellow mums and gladioli were Pooler. Ga.
:.. ; placed at vantage points. To All Our Customers
i:. ....> \ ty
The receiving line, composed of

atr '," \R" C ry ti4 "i t the wedding party and parents of DARK from $18.50 ,

i the bride and groom, stood in
FL': $5.00 TRADE IN
7 le y "" J front of the fireplace in the w TARKE .
i naN rX I 32 Diamond
lounge. The mantel was enhanced
+ ttQ For Your Old Electric
with a fan-shaped arrangement of
', white
.i chrysanthemums sprayed Shaver on any of these _
taC r c ,.ij I with gold. Dec. 13, 14, 15
Paste de cerro Mata roes ;::: The bride's table was covered The Wonderful With One-Half Carat of SCHICK KEMINGTON

(Spanish Moss Kills Trees) : with a white lace cloth over satin. Diamonds NORELCOBULOVA

'. ., -- ...'.. .... J Centering the table was a three- CountryRobert .

: }; t., ; tiered wedding cake decorated Mitchnm. Julie London $119.95 .
WLV- Only
In onr language, Spanish Moss is a "silent killer"! It slowly stifles > t % -:0..:>. with slightly gold tinted orchids The TakesA
beautiful shade trees and destroys nut and fruit bearing trees. .: t' ; ..:' and flowers carrying out the Au- Lady Lighters Pen Sets

: .. '. F :'.,;) tumn color motif. Around the cake FlyerLana "
IS THE TIME i ) ,.',,, : .z..f.. Ig: 'I', was a flounce of tulle interspersedwith Turner. Jeff Chandler Crosses Pendants Cameo Sets, Charms
NOW ,' 7.
sugared Cornucopias filled

TO KILL IT! :, t. ;t\. \. ',, '_ "':., ';;,;) with marzipan fruits. Brass Pins Color Cartoon Earrings Lockets Costume Sets

"- ,",. candelabra with burning yellow Wed Thur. Dec. 16 17
while the trees ore dormant. : \ "., 'm ,
.........._,...... ,.-- '" tapers and (brass compotes hold-
Surrender Hill
ing mints and nuts completed the
arrangement.The Keith Andes, Susan Cabot- Key Chains Birthstone Rings -- Bill Folds -
,/ \( .s M... in SEVENTEEN
tables overlaid
: punch were HELL'S ISLAND Bracelets= Tie Sets I. D.'s Baby Sets. Silver
(;.aiuaF. "' with bronze taffeta cloths and

4.UCMIlOf BRIEFLY TATIO FASHION POINT. Playing it centered with punch bowls sur- John Payne, Mary Murphy Jewel Boxes Transmitter Radios

fLORlDAfKT COB fir straight with talented young lines. Rich embroidery and rounded with real fruits sprayedwith Pins Color (Cartoon
gold and garlands of fern
CONTROL white buttons in back underneathit '
flower jacket
appliqued and Fall flowers.Greeting I
Fri., Sat. Dec. 18, 19
1a1 Plaido a slim. ::moothly fitting sheath. Vicky Vaughn usesRosewood"s the guests at the reception -:
err TODAY Contra AND Super Sea Spray wrin ie-resistant and washable were Mrs. P. T. Nolin and House On Haunted

crisp rayon linen. Blue sungold. nary or eoraL Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Presiding at Hill

ICALCO. the bride's fable N S.
.. were
Sizes 5 to 15. gcu: Vincent Price Carol Ohmart Gem
IllY m LOOK IS wusin ,j Dankel of Starke and Miss :Mary Jewelry

Dankel of Waycross. Ga. They KATHY
The Store of Values "
ROBBIHS'I were assisted by Mrs. 'Harold
For Free Estimate Phone WO 4-3965 and Mrs. Crawford. Dan Dnrrea. Jan MeConnack
Epps Neil
Plus 2 Color Cartoons
224 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.
Pouring punch 'were Mrs.- J. J,




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Chairman Final Rites Held Raiford Brown Woods Fires Report 'Beloved Infidel' a.' a sort of prototype; Robert

editorialThe Ben'hley character.The
For Mrs. GrooverMrs. Rites Held SundayIn Shows Decline Com=ng To Florida story is (('nteredn the
Urges Extra loving moments these two needful -
Mabel Groover. 64. died in Plant City In IncendarSesIncindiarv -Beloved Infidel the story of people shared. and with the

Key Is 'Attitude'Those Effort For Goal a Miami Hospital on Nov. 18 aftera fires in BradfordCeurty the love of famous writer. F. Scnjt effect upon :Miss Graham' life of
; ;
\ short: illness. Funeral services for Ra'foid Fitzgerald. for columnist SheiLihGrahiir. her love affair with FitZgeraH
were reduced to 19 in the:
Mrs. Groover was born in Brown. 58. of Plant City were held : will; be featured at the
who attended the Chamber of Commerce Mrs. James Groover. ChristmasSeal tarke on Sept. 20. 1895? and has f'rst ten months of 1P9.: as compared -
::; campaign chairman, has announced Sunday afternoon at :3 pjn. in the with 58 attributed to this Theatre this SundayIon.- EI.ECTROi.t'SVacuums
banquet last week were given a cue a lived in Miami for the past 30 day and Tuesday.
that Bradford County; is Southside Baptist Church in source in '58. according to a resort Waxers. Scrubbers.
She the
ears. was daughter
cue as to how the community might attract new joining the Florida Tuberculosis William and Ida Harnage. Plant City. Pvev.V.. E. Hall of just made pubic bC.U"lt yKaTisrcr This film best based on SheilahGraham's For Free Home Demonstration

if and when the pnd Health Association in a statewide lames J. Hodees. sellins autobiography Call GafGarner.. Local
industry, opportunity presents Mrs. Groover was a member of Starke conducted the services.Mr. stars Gregory Peck as F.
itself. "Oo-It-Day effort to reach the Primitive Baptist Church. Brown was rom in Brad- The total 1 nimher of all \voo.1s: Scott Deborah Sales Representative at
Fitzgerald. Kerr
it:, goal of 650.000 by Christmas. fires during the same: perio-i was \\'4-1265
Funeral sen-ices conductedby ford County and lived here during
:Miss: Graham, and Eddie AlVrt
Surprisingly enough, this plus factor that is The Bradford County goal is
P.{>\. Harry Eddy on Nov. 20. his childhood. nit from 97 in IP-'S: to 30 Tirotij-h
deemed so important in enticing industry into fl 334.8. and receipts to date Burial was in the Dyal cemeteryin He Ls survived by his wife. Mar- October 199.: Hodges said- --
our midst costs nothing it's as free as the total only S.TT9.20.: the presence of many relatives pa ret Kelly Brown: two sons, Ten fires were nttnTiuted to
"Do-It-Day" i is a reminder that Buren and Raiford M. -moker: in 195S. :and only one in
rnd friends. DeVViit C. Jones "Shorty"ot
air, and doesn't involve any sacrifice or any spec- *n additional amount is needed to LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED
p59 24 laid to bnjsi-bnr! GAS
Funeral Home! was in charge of l'I lnt City: a sister. Mrs. Nona : were
ial concessions on the part of the community.The step up educational and research airargements.lire.: IHer of Myers: two brothers inc in I-. and only seven to this

all-important {plus factor that is so often programs in an effort to wipe out Groover is survived by her Fate of Starke: and Raymond ero nre in 1P:>9.

overlooked in the rush to give this or that to a one tuberculosis communicable as !Florida's disease.: number hi'.stand, Robert: a son. William! Worthington: and a host of One fire ?:n 19";!? was af'r"ntf': NOW SERVING STARKE
Groover of Miami; four sisters. friends and relatives here and( to each of the fnllm\i:1 ra"rse :
prospective industry is nothing more than an intangible Mrs. Groover urges everyone "to Mrs. Bertha Groover of Orlando. throughout the state. lights:i 'n;. railroad! and ('arn !"".

thing called "attitude. answer; your Christmas Seal appeal Mrs. Joe Dobbs of Ft. Lauder- Hodae said: that the irrnrowtTre
letter today and help Bradford record in 1959 i is due to ; This is the cue that was given to Chamber of County and the State of dsle: Mrs. Carl Dubs of Lake per
Christmas rnnsesthe: establishment nfa
City and Mrs. B.1. McRae of
Commerce members last week by Milton Folds Florida reach the assigned quot- Ftarke: and two grandsons. James Forest Service fire protection Cooking Only 8.00 per Tank

of the Florida Development Commission, who was i S.- tTwl David Groover of Miami and At Prison: ChapelThe station in the (,01'"tbt>tter education -

the main :Mack Futch, Starke attorney. Gainesville. of the! public! as to the PHONE:
speaker the occasion.Mr. ; WTLER: HYATT 6-1351;
choir of AllUrS
was elected! president of the Chapel Hanpers; and expense; (1"t'o1"
Folds said it is: no special feather in theca Bradford T. B. and Health Asso- -t Florida State Prison will pre- f-red: and the fact that 11)9: rainfall -
of a community that it can offer industry ciation at a meeting of the Boardof Nine New Hi-Y 't nt "The Christmas Story." an !! has been almost double! that I Joe Shaw '

suitable sites, adequate transportation facilities, Directors in the Garden Res- Members InductedNine ordinal play with music, written "t" normal ve.irs.: ..
reasonable taxes, and low cost power. .Many taurant at noon Tuesday. Dec. 8. und produced by the inmates on .
other communities have all of these things and Other officers elected! were: Dr. new members were inducted Tuesday. EK>c. 22. at 7:30: p. m. O R: ._- -- --

may be competing for the same industry. Therefore A. J. Barry vice president; In- into the Hi-Y Club in an impiesMve The public Is invited to attend '
man Green, treasurer; Mrs. JamesGroover at 7:30 o'clock this performance in the prisonciiapel. I RCA
in order to obtain the advantage tni-? ceremony : VICTOR'S FALL SPECIAL
and Seal chair-
highly competitive race for industry, a community secretary Sunday night in the First Baptist
man: and Mrs. George Shuford Church.A .
needs something else to set itself apart from Singing ConventionAt
Seal co-chairman. Twelve new large triangle-shaped replicaof
others of its kind. This simple and ;yet necessary members were elected to the board the Hi-Y emblem stood before Boatdrain ChurchThe

plus factor was described by Mr. Folds as ol directors. the alter of the church, and the BIG 21-INCH

"attitude" the manner in which the l prospective purpose and standards of the organization Dradford-Union Singing

industrialist i is greeted when he comes to Fourth District were explained to the Convention will attend a ppecial

town the treatment he receives: from a service new members by the club adviser, service on Sunday. Dec. 13. at RCA Victor

station attendant the smile or frown he Wins Legion Award Dr. C. J. Houpt. and the president. Boatdrain Baptist Chinch. There

receives from a waitress, or the manager of a For Membership Harold Tyus. They were assisted \viil be a sermon with sing>vii

motel} the manner of the policeman from in the ceremony by four during the morning. Dinnei 1"f.. TELEVISION
Post :6, members, Tem Smith. DouglasSeymour. : f-e served and the afternoon program
whom he asks directions or the courtesy ofa Jones-Langfird-\Vhite Frank Williams, and ';,
will be
well entirely singinsj
American Legion was represented -
store clerk where he stops to make a minor Harvey Tanner. !:.
at the annual mid-winter Everyone interested insinging gone; 1 :Model 210T11C
purchase. members inducted were
The new
to attend.
conference and membership is urged
These an; things we know, of course, but are of Mike Dai by. Ronald Crawford. ,
lound-np of the Department
apt to forget in the irritations and aggravationsto Florida, held last Saturday and Johnny Reddish. Harold Seymour.

which we are subjected in the course of an Sunday at Daytona Beach. Tommy Huggms. Billy Dockstader. iP'h Now Only
Adams, DeVore. and
John Johnny
average da}'. But; they are things we should remember Each year as;! award is made
Cecil Leach-
well for a curt word, an unfair action.or to the District Commander whose The ceremony was closed by

a surly attitude from just one person has district has obtained the highest! fciirin a friendship circle after

soured many a visitor on an entire community, percentage of paid membershipfor which Rev. L. D. Haines, pastoro 7 THESE PLUMSINS JINGLES .95
and given a lasting bad impression that can never the ensuing year. The ]FourthDistrict ; the church brought a message. ARE DEVISED
which includes Bradford TO KEEP YOU HAPPY
be erased. -
CA Victor Farrell Deluxe.
the award with S3.5 AND SURPRISED
\\'(> Tielieve that on the whole Starke and other County School Supervisor S .cble TV with front controls and
cent of its 1960 membershipspaid.
communities in Bradford County have a good attitude jei The award was presented Listed In DirectoryOzora weaker that can be built in./"OneSer'el ..

toward strangers in their midst. In fact, to Fourth District Commander cfronic fine tuning. 262 sq. in.

this all important matter of attitude played a Harry Rabb of Post r>6, who accepted Shell, Supervisor of picture. Transformer ,owered Deluxe

large part in bringing a pilot plant here in recent on behalf of the 15 posts Bradford! County Colored Schools I chassis.' Phono-jack, tone control end .

weeks that should develop in time into a large ii the district. is included in the new edition of 1 Automatic gain control. Balanced The Best Buy of the Year!
"Who's Who in American Edneation. "idelity FM Sound. Available in 2
Starke's Post 56. whose mem- .
and very worthwhile industry. Cooperation by ,.
work 1 fnisFes.
for rship comprises! 5 per cent of a standard reference got
local citizens in obtaining temporary 1 quarters
Shell received -
the district total, was a big helpin since 1929. Supervisor
the plant, and in other matters was the deciding Degree in

factor in bringing the" industry here. Ka'bb this stated campaign., having obtained Commander its Education her from Master's Temple Univer {
Although the local "attitude" is good there is in SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV
100 per cent for 1960 by :';0\'. 11. sity. Philadelphia, and is now
good that it cannot be improved of
never anything For this achievement. Post 56 was her sixth year as supervisor
upon with a little practice. And we should presented an award from the National Negro schools heie. She is also
always bear in mind that just one slip on the Commander. which was 2 soloist. and sang for the late M''FOR'FREDDIEmm Phone WO 4.6901 Starke, Florida

part of just one person can undo the good that presented by Commander Rabb to President F. D. Roosevelt at

has been done by many others. Let each one the post at the regular meeting Warms Spring on several occa- ADS wHI
been correspondent -
She has a
pledge to himself that he will not be responsible Tuesday night. sions. for
for the Telegraph -
for such a slip that might cost the communitya Those attending the conference .
from Starke included Post 56 four years.Willard
valuable payroll.]) Commander Seeber Goodman. John ettnuerWE WE HAVE IT !

Godwin, John Grew. District Com- Pass Wins

By Way Of A ReminderLast mander Rabb, Past Department Dealer AwardWillard Q Uf i t'J'f t o lC TA N K S ER YC E- "'
Commander A. J. Thomas Jr..
Northern Area Vice CommanderGuy Pass, owner of Boss's
week most homes in Bradford County received PAY PHONtW0.4-\14)
Andrews and Charles Schaefer. 66 Service Station in Starke, won
letters with the familiar little Christmas 4CUPt
Division t
i-econd place in the Tampa
Seals. Few people need reminding that the seals Hi HO.COURT stmr,. srwtKEVtA
Commander Goodman urges all in a contest sponsored by
are the basis of the annual campaign to raise Legionnaires and veterans to attend company based on percentage increase canlous 11
funds in the continuing fight on tuberculosis. the regular Post 56 meetings over last year's sales. A- : ", ..1'J$ r

There are, however, some fact that !should be which are held on the second a"ndfourth round 700 dealers competed in the

brought to the attention of Floridians at this Tuesdays of each month. contest in this district. An officialof 8REWMS

time and most especially to residents of Brad- the company was in Stark! WHEN '
ford County. Rotarians Hear Wednesday to present the awardto

When the state hospital at Orlando was recently Rep. MatthewsOn Pass. '

turned over to other uses, it was not because .1 --.-"

tuberculosis had been licked, or even near- World AffairsA Hunter Special! YOU. i-- r- '

ly so. It is true that the use of new drags has: 12 Ca.; 16 Ha. 20 Ga.

materially reduced the number of hospital days topics.discussion including of labor a wide legislation range of 410 Ga. Also 22 Shells .a :'"". ,

necessary for a tuberculosis patient, and so the tlit steel strike and foreign aid '
number of beds required has been lessened. was given at the Rotary Club 10% OFF NEED ; '"

The number of tuberculosis patients admittedto t Wednesday by Congressman Billy
state hospitals last year was 1,828 highestin :Matthews now touring the dis- BEST BUY IN TOWN i

the state's history. There were almost :300() tnct during the Congressional recess See Our Prices Before You MONEY WAS $2.95

deaths in Florida from the disease greatest Buy! r
number since 1953. Congressman Matthews was introduced IMPERIAL f
by Sheriff p. D. Reddish Now $1.49 I 'j 4.
On the bright side of the ledger is the fact who had charge of the pro- SERVICE STATION ..

that 1.849 patients were discharged from tuberculosis gram. Highway 301 North SEE US

.hospitals. ::; last year a record for the
state. Rut 12,404 patients with the disease are They'll go fasf Come in now! _

!still under supervision. These most wanted Brewmastershave f

Bradford County had 61 tuberculosis patients been in short supply due '
receivine treatment last year with ten new cases YOU CAN GET YOURCALENDARS demand. '
found during the period., There were five deaths to the tremendous

from the disease itT"the county durinrr 195S. a* LOANSUPTO S How we have them and they're

ccmmnred wt'h only two in each of the years, more beautiful than ever.

1951 So clime and ijnfi.who revive them ioiiM not unoVrpstimatp S BOILS WATER IN MINUTES/ DECORATED IN LOVELY MOSS
of rptnrntn; thpir dollar ROSE
the ?mr>orfflnpp
for thoflp hand little rhri<;tma? pak Thpf'"ns REBOILS/ WATER IN SECONDS COMPLETE WITH CORD


find cures or nrpvpntativps anti to p nratppti7PTi Ol1T $600 AND INSTANT COffEE TEA

*' rir-Aseyif_ TVip TVIATIOV trill nlao! hAlntlnl'rly SEALED fOR SAFETY COCOA

comp r f flio pvnoncpc: : of th'1+ norlff .* ,.lintrrlneiQ .
;; hfl clnrinn o.it" Hp Cnn H..Hh fannrfn.n I

", J f1n nnof flo ",,,hit,, "_"''1'. unit flf ri'itCpr..7Tnrr1 : Other Christmas Gift Suggestions J

: 1.,1 "f1o nuntine: Pvor' t'nn"", <:! DESK WALL PICTORIAL "Folks Find Us

r,,,. an u rnui: ,- ". .1,0'1nn ,"O"ai"n {\.if..c: Friendly" Singer Sewing Machines -- Platform Rockers -

C"'n..1.. milt, fhn nc-nrnnnn f1f f1p pn i !'tHIfl

,,,.... norhnnc;; nunrnnrP than ern?. AT Relaxers Desk and Chair Sets Smokers

"It's A Fact You Can Do Better At"




(8 prOU"RED rONTINOCSLY ((2 Doors From Post Office) !?V < .

Please .Come By For Yours
..-,.,..<-. Each Thar ... E.t.... .. 'H... Class Matte 434 44G West Call St. Phone WO 4-4321 Starke, FloridarnGE
at the Pv.i Office a. Statke Fla. mmttt Act .t Mar I. tyr9. Mrs.:\ Marguerite Hall Mgr



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Rites SaturdayFor DuPont YoungstersWill I'season opener here last Friday. a ell had 12 for Lake City. ''ffVVTfffTTVTVVYTTVPINE I -- -- - I
Frank Martin missionary from Thanksgiving weekend .
with his
] This Friday's will he' MviMr. and Mr.A IT a: 'taeand :
games The Tornadoes coached
are being '
Walter Chandler Have PartiesA i played in the BHS game with thte, this' by Carleton Koch a Texas conducted the Sunday services parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Mc B'ddv. 1!". ail M-< B. M.MiRa .
I :year I.EVEI I II at Pine Level.Rev. Rae is
i : a jet pilot with the
j B Squad opening at 6CO: and the' member of the Kankakee. III. 4 ?. Mr.: anJ ilr R brrt I..vnifc. -
Funeral services were conducted; party for children of all employees and Mrs. O- J. Raulersonot 1T. S. Air Force and has lust completed -
varsity games set for 8. team of several that .
years ago : Kalljand B.Iy.\k: :
at 2 p.m. Saturday at the grave of the Trail Ridge Plantof 1 I :MrII.. :M. Mclaeraaauaaaaaau.a.aaaa: Orlando were visiting friends 5 weeks duty in Europe. Heis
In last Friday's Bradford was the No. 1 quint in that state. .
game. now stationed at Myrtle Beach V. E. Thornton. Mrs. SueMyrick.
the DuPont Company will beheld aid relatives in this section Wednesday -
side in Lake
Crosby Cemetery for On Tuesday Dec. 15. the Tor- ..
I umped to an 18-10 first quarter ArB. S. CThanksgitiing .
at the Park Theatre in Starkeat and were overnight guestsof Landa & Tia Thorntonall
Walter Chandler 75. a retired 10 a- m. Saturday. Dec. 19. lead and then held on the rest of nadoes, will play their first away ReW.. E. Hall Tai called to Mr- and Mrs. B. M. McRae ; dinner guests of o; Starke. and Mr. and Mrs.
domestic laborer who died last the } acne at Baldwin. Mr.: and Mrs." Barn of
annual event sponsored by way.Woody Eager
This i Plant City Sunday to conduct :iir and Mrs. A. F. Hall and :)don Sapp. Joe and Ruddy of
Friday in his sleep. i i the Social Club will feature cartoons Strickland and Dickey caught Delorcs. of Jacksonville .>ack"onville were. Mrs. H. \I. Mc
II I actually pay you to get a soil test funeral services for RaifonSBrown ileilbionn O'her :sut> were from
Rev. Lacy Comvay. pastor of!i and singing. with Santa Dixon led the Tornadoes with 19 :tnd maybe spend a little money former Bradford County -.&.'>lted relatives here Sunday. Rae Mr and Mrs. T. N. Norman

the Airpark Baptist Church, officiated -!,.Ciaus as "Man of the Hour." and 17 points respectively CaM- for living materials. lc ident. who dirt Friday. t t. Arley W McRae spent the and Gerald. Mr and Mrs. Wesley Jacksonville and Gainesville
i will hold
I The Highland Plant
and DeWitt C. Jones
its children's Christmas party.
Funeral Home was in charge of sponsored by the Social Club. on -
arrangements. S.tturdaDec.. 12. from 2 to 5 p. rV I ll I r j aST*-
1 i
Chandler was a former resident m. in the plant conference room. '

, of Gainesville, and had lived in';i Recent Birthsi I CJ AJfBRY AiEVE/MJNEI ,.
Starke one year. He was a mem-
i I I. n1ai ,
ter of the Baptist Church. j t ,
Bradford County Hospital! an- f
Survivors include his wife. Fan-I .. ..
I !ri'"J1re': the follouin, births:
nie; four children. Mrs. Willie tae
Kirkland, Starke; Mrs. Ollie Mr and Mrs. Beland B. Johns :
',1 Lake Butler a son. Henry Les- I 'I
Stephens, Windsor: Mrs. Dora ter. LV-C. 5, JJeaJaUClI.lel'j
Dickinson, Middleburg; and William -i ,
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pad ett of \ _
: Chandler, Gainesville. I : -- _- '_ ,
;Luri.Miri'iJpbiire.Dec. 5.a daughter. Penelope II :, ........- ...AJJ, .yZ; .

Mr and Mrs. Robert Rordell of r :
f Staike. a daughter. Vera Ann. Dec.

i Mr and :Mrs.: Roscoe Bulling-

lon of Stajke, .a daughter. Toyce, AND A Luxurious .. A HANDSOME

of Fayc.Mr\Melrose.Dec-and 5.Mrs.a daughter John Thompson Kristine! I: (&% F2 MISSESCOATS ti Gift lff SPORT -

I Mildred, Dec. 5.
Mr and Mrs. Robert Earl For Her ,. 71' t
Biooker of Waldo a son, Steven
Earl Dec 7. v All The Important, i + If
Styles Of The '
Doctor's Hospital; announces the Season! ,
following births: t "St le Mart"
Mr and Mrs. Dennis Grayhouseof ,f I r I
Putnam Hall a son. Perry Stephen 1L $1795I Our Reg. S29.95
I)(>c. 2.Mr .
Americas finest value In Stereophonic
and Mrs. J. J. Little. Jr. of 1 a PURE SILK TIES
High Fidelity Console.! I
Smartly styled. modern cabinet Putnam Hall. a son. James J. Lit- ; ;. ,, I Stripes, geometries and V; .
with textured grille treatment. tJr} HI Dec 4. I ; "', o' random weave designs &
4-speed Golden Stereo "400"record Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall of 00

changer. Feather-light ; 'Valdo. a son. Randy Darryl. Dec. $49.9S
Golden Tone arm goes easy on I. .
records. 4 Golden Voice speak I Mr. :and Mrs.: Berry Smith. Jr.

ers. Professional-style stereo lof Archer a son Steven Dave. .. ':
audio selector' panel.Mahogany, Dec. 4. ...... -\ 498r'
Blond color. y
or Model SK22 f Mr. and Mrs Dori Cole. Jr. of HOLIDAY .., .
Starke. a son. Dec. 7. r PAJAMAS Gift

I IfowxoHi ol Motorola IK. I II 4 lovely sllk-look blouse 1 _. +
I (1
239.95 I BHS CogersMeet I I DRESSES : .{/ by Ship'n Shore FOR MEN pe4> r f SLACKS.T

Baker Lovely I lavishbeauties Z It gives your suits"costume"look...adds elegance to your S' '- s' "
tL That held
i I : skirts..feels wonderful on!In luxury-soft Surraire,an .:jJ:;: 9 v t their
6\Here Friday a/I Everfast*combed cotton,beautifully Tailored.The French tNl- s; "'.? crease and
6I multitude of collar converts..the three-quarter sleeves have new cut-away r i' s'

SERVICENTER |; The Bradford! Tornadoes will be, : fabrics, colors s .Muted eolorin s.So sudsable!Sizes 30 to 38. I ... '"1cuffs. 1\ \)/' Ac resist wrinkles

135 East Call St. I ready to go against Macclenny in I for every occasion J ;.: Many new casual Ship'n Shore blouses,too...f rom 2.98 \ < ':,/1. Handsomely
!tames Friday night after; :\ ? : 1
0--= """ Tailored
Lake ;
beating City 55-46 in the every age

See our f f OPAQUE NYLON TRICOT i :: Jj/ ; !, ;. ;:' 'I// By HUBBARD'

60th ANNIVERSARY iI if i i Festive Fashions i t \ SLIPS I

I I if It Lavished With lined' h\ : ,tk \ i i' 1 k r

$798 ,., e; )

' TIRE !f > : ? ,- \

f Styled For / -
TO 1//
; I ..

I II $14.95 }t 1L.J1.1 IV OQ SPORT SKIRTS '

I h k. O Two PocU's

Par&V Q !med Yoke
Mock Give t /T O Our Rerj S2 93 ai>oS3 !

Fashioned 7 Her i 93
we're celebrating with the r

/ Sweaters \, Pr

Luxurious Orion Of
THIS YEAR! I I o* *" or Banlon- ( t


<8> Men's Better
SUPER-CUSHION Regular 98c ; ,, ,

by GOOOfiE4R I INEII'LOIV ,f f: SLIPOVER 'I Pair .' Sport Shirts

j If s r ; 98 (A BOX) BOUFFANT PETTICOAT Ou Reg S3 95 and ur jtf;
4 'I SIZES 4 TO 14
(I 0--= \ -

PRICE K wA I ftoof'
$ C Christmas : $

95 !I 10R 1 ( ,

*rors II I II t Children
ctra o I

JLJKMJlire. "ile iR. II I 1 Girls Fancy HolidayDRESSES )
I Lovely Lined Nylon I 1
fl j A If 9 w\ r 1.
It's a value all the s I SPORTS v* '
j $4.98 r CAR
way. 3-T Cord Body ( :' By Cinderella KJ FASHION <
for t
superior strength. v" h
Exclusive Stop-Notch I q
tread design) for ,Beautiful Quilted Nylon '
tight traction .Y $4.98 $8.98
in any : T.
direction. Better 4 : ;a 1

. thin-skins switch before let those t ey 8.98' L: ,: W

down! 1
J you y'S o r ,s. r MAJORETTE BOOTS r +i. Dear Santa:

Of Course I Want
Girls Sizes 8; To 3 a

6.00 x 16 L3'TSuFerCushion \v ,+ I /j 'T/ ,. Something To Wear!
Ii f: f $ 98 Jf
< FOUR FOR ONLY : 5 2'

f $ 95 $1.25 WEEKLY I ..:, -._.- 1-' Boys Bulky c 'WASH 'N WEAR n Charge Your +

11 ORLONSweaters .
e.'e.: No Down Payment '1 FLANNEL | Christmas

fits older models of
You Trade I PurchasES
Pl>mouth, Ford :Nash nCherolet. AFLANNELROBES'

Studebaker Your Old Tires(! -: K Sizes 8 to 18 BOYS SIZES 6 TO 16 And pQy Nexf Year/ '

Mere people ride 01 Goodyear Tires than 01 ny etlwr kiwi! I i ., r, ,- SIZE 8 TO 16 OUR REGULAR S 1.79 AT


GOODMANS v+ $129i

IIt t f i $398 1f


-. ... et! I .
l F Seeber D. Goodman ..i -" I 1 1.'

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nan of World War I. I peities- county road through property of I i
Willard Dies I I
Funeral services"were held at John A. Torode. Shell Petroleum A. F McDavid near Brooker was

Of ,2 p.m. Sunday in Bethel Baptist' Co., gasoline at tank wagon priceless approved by the board since no Sell It Rent It Trade ItffflH '

As Result I Church with Rev. Richard Lee 5.9 cents. for the period Jan. one appeared to protest the clos-

officiating. Burial was in the 1. 1960 until July 1, 1961. : m, ut a public hearing held Nov. I

Auto InjuriesJohn I tamily plot in Kingsley Lake Cem- Register & Son. Gulf Oil Co., I :!. A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED Terwilleffar

I etery under the direction of De- fuel oil and kerosene, tank wagon

Wilbur WUIard. 6-1. died: Witt C. Jones Funeral Home. price less 4.8 cents. MITIf'KXotioe
Register & Son. Gulf Oil Co.J J '(li: SALK j room house on
conducted atthe LADIESBe
Monday afternoon m a local hos- Masonic were is given that pursuant to a ,
1 homes St newly painted. '
bulk motor oil in 55-gallon drums. '"'-llli"l1 filed l.y .\. K. .I.-r':i\id and hit with family. Buy E iarg
pital as a result of injuries ieceived gla'eside.'School a your i yard rwe Baton Morgan.; Jr it :1
"lh..111'nnil1.' : of Rovtrnwiit
i 4 7 cents per gallon. .- TV other extraiitttird tint :.41 Srarke lip
rlethi. or
ac..jtt.nthelt hem
in an automobile lots 3. 4. :i. and C of S i -
Nov. 30. The ooard set Friday. Deco 18. lion 5. Township T South llanc- I>J earning *$$ wiling PIANO WANTED Any type >nnk..ahie
Board as the date for final inspection ofr 2n BUM. an. th.- South 1361: chain: VOX.rlte Ouida C. Sweat, V. condition Call Larry t;ihf -
Mr. Willaicl was born in Statke i ., t>f otrrnmnt; Lot 7 and K of S p iLion I ..11t..H.II': 7l or \\O4- 6 M. Motors
{ > npw Sonthsid- Elementary. ::1. Township K South Kangft )10. Lice Oak. Honda.O .
on Nov. 8, 1893; the son of the O. Box 4 I' :!trhl: 1'I: ;
:Awards Bids Anderson Junior High, and Law- -t> l.at-L tot an Oriirr to \arate and I
!ate Alonzo and Jessie FeiiyVil- .t.....Ht-n a t'-nain ooutiiy road ruri"T2 FOR RENT J: hrdroom Concretei
Junior ('. :> RT. ': \TH r.e-
:ty High school blli1din;s. thrmisrh the N"orlh> rr portio )I'i. \1: t ...
laid. At the time of the a<--i : ..I.li..g X. nwney d.wn. Finance i W h nin I'mehjit-n <>n corner
Universal Seating <>: In..rllm..ut Lots. 2 and :3 of said.M.n s ,'1' hI. foil ,,'ct 444T1"in UI" I!!: Living room kitchen dinette
his home The low bid by ..
<< Horn the State Prison whenhe. :: Co. of Jacksonville: ; on 938 I.' i nMnn line of raid Se-twn -.\I..: Bl n" \F.R: 11..t tr1-t:!;t. Hcbg
i.ftrr due and regular notice, a pnh-
roriettionalof I Istats for the new Bradford HighS Lecture Scehduled \\eMiriKhouse; .11" Stove. $125VtinKhn ; 1 1j
vas employed as a li. nr-aiing ass art before the Poard .. FonI.r. Five Mock
{ : \ : i e 11 rit. ft fngeraior -- room
licer : (iiool auditor ium was acceptedby ?? County O'lnmissioners to consideruliithrr ;;:.. 2 d daughter Mis, the School Board at its meet- A free lecture on Christian, out 1 is one he I
Surviving t :1111".0..1. aid r..Iolil' hearing to :onu. Sofa
|lULL here Monday moimng. Uniluisal's i cieme will be given at 3:30: p.m. t..1 i on :Notembrr !, l-'i!*. and no inaitressprinls. I '
Patricia llynian. and two grandsons .ed. SZn.fMI! all of Auburndale; and one: bid was 9.90 per eat for Sunday. Dec. 13, in the Methodist ur having apH| >:aril to runteM raid :..liisilUrhme.. $*111111. Electric f5hed apartment See Jimm
l'-n:!on and the Roar.t hating cons1Jeted Sl.ind. $1.:>*; :\l a.re at I'.iilf Station tfchg
.OiM>'. Siiiukiiig
Mrs. Helen Mi.tlempsey: rt total of $9.286.20. j! Church at Gre n Cove Springs by,I the same, t h..r"ul".n It'e fol nv at
sister. < k. $!.0 n. Se owner
:-t'N Bedford'Mass. I I Other low bid. accepted at the I i Ella H. hay C.S.. Indianapolis,J! ItlUIIllT. r.-"" .lHll,lt UJX IM"se.l" I :1.t: .Kjamra_ 1. Roc ?T! Starve_, ItP Otl lr QI'\MT hated Inv for pale
I fu runtp-I
% mi .11.'rinlt| | : I V K l'rrth-.n. r.3W''V. Fla 4lp 17
Mr. Willaid vas: a mernber' lEteting v.eirHubert : Ind. She is a member of the Board ''!lOng: :: of r.ad Shr'iil 'l the Mo. 'nlt: S\I.I': 1! O B.:at and TrailITUe -
and Anterio'r'I.Fgion i ; MiUhrll Industries of of Lectureship of The Mother Ladd I'n'I..lIy. tht-rt-f..r., upon Wit > j:5: *e Arnold Child'napl.1 !, FOR :"AIn 7 bedroom 4....nl'r..thlf"k
Masonic ,
the Lodge 1 t:" !. .\1 i b..IUIn l eernded l hv 11 I nCI..Haill. :t-h* I.'/1 9 I h<>ll!>e at 634 Fpperscn S'
I Mobile.. Ala.. S2.C80( fur auditorium : fhuirh in Boston, Mass.l The public !\ ) FTj I II
vt-t aft'1 lIu..nI..u"ly pis'fdtin
1'<*l M. He was a > I *" 1t'l'I.'Ot1 up j jJ f
curtain: and $206 for stage pro- is invitedShufortl !?..aed p.iwetipd with the olo! I
i .n oi If,.' i.iad "',' ; RENT :; heilrootn f..rni hed
- <.I' said rntetine: on the paidem Ian.e on Kmff)l"y l...Ve Available I
.n .n> .t. i m'I I"r (,f recordin HEELSPut Join. 1 to June Phone WO4-4?t,1 '
Says the minutes of the Board of Coun- tfrl.gFflK
... ..> u.tivM <....'Un, ....
RED CEDARCHRISTMAS ty. Florida. Minutes SU.C:: 1944 Hid I with !S3 I'
Will on r.:
I( Enforce'Continued i-Trfni'l' '\.1..1 i Inadofition '> fur t.'j. It.iiuire ai: t'nderwnod11.trl
of aid resolntiim IK given ::J Phone \Vft4-7f1 tipI

TREESFOR ( from Page 1)) : under iii.<-..1.> and of J.'lunda by virtue Stalutrt of the Annuijt require- inSOLES I Full SALK 2 V-A Oil ClrcuUtinr Christmas MUST-GO SALE!
e? !f Sin; HeaterCan I* seen at
I This 7th day of December 195! i i MarUe IlntMern IfrhR I II
j(runess. and in no way depends on Board Of County Commlsionen

'I money from the fines and for- ..,il c..*...IJO. ..'....|Jt .. LOST Pair of Prescription
SALE AT Ifilures-" : .. :S llacoiit: K Norman I Put on Minutes I casse! !! Dark green l lens with brown j
I j: rh.iirmjn 6; Board: : 15 (I am.-!'. Reward' : if returned to Ter-
Last Friday a Telegraph reporter '1TI.STI'liailrS in K.illKar: Motors. Itrhg I
> A. D>4.rbys..r..ary I"
observed traffic for an hourat of I hoardc. by Phillip FOR RENT 4, room iinfurnisheit 1959 Ford Custom Tudor
the center of town while perched tt 1210ere ; apartment Call \\04-49.. Itchf
DON CHAMPION'SNURSERY atop a corner building. Dunn $$1 195
Court Shoe Repair FOR RENT ], Low Mileage, One Owner
that period thf'rt'f'rt, > no major i.u. Three bedroom hone In Slarke |
traffic violations and Marshal I Adults, no inside pet.
""ICTORO't:1t: NATIONAL I (Opp. Court House) 4. J. THOtttq, RKII.TOR
Brown who was on duty at the ENEMIES CALLS FOR TIIK AB- Tel. "'.,"- 'tI. Stiirfce, Fla.
time, made no arrests. I 126 N. Court StreetWE
I OU1ION (i""-' ALCOHOL AS ABEVERAGE. FOUND: Ring in washer at
." I '41".m31. Owner may have by.
Street HAVE a rew loan program tot iilentifyln and paying for ad. Mr! j 1959 Ford V-8 Pickup
72C THOMAS ST. STARKE farmers. Loans oi 1 to 6 year* mili->m.. WOt-1543! HP $
I i! -- $1895'
for the tntir credit requirements I' Fordomatic Radio Heater
Seems ; of the farmer and tils fam FOR PENT Four room house, ,
Settled ily. Gainesville rrodurlion CredM! with ..rtriHtv and hath.. $23:: a n o.
( Association. 50 North Main 2 miles out IIwy E. It. nn let Rradd. ,

CHOOSE YOUR TREE NOW I (Continued from Page 1) NO fYfHF GJFr \ (;ain..<.vllle. Fla. tfoh :o Vr nl.Tor.ltn In right Phone Woo-091.)!tip: .I

I county trucks was discussed as a Make All m.*.:* (.'nrnt t>ld house for Rent fin Silver
Let It Grow 'Til Puttin' up Time' ueans of saving money on premiums is so just right lea..aable (..ra.. saarut.NSHEPHERD'S take inquire at Greyhound Hustation
Rnio Ii TV tffhgI 1958 Ford Station Wagon
and Clerk Chas. A. Darby iBincit Uree*. Owner $

will investigate this possibilityand for Christmas! 412 f. Tall Stake M. Phone, FU. WO 401 )K4HIIODKN: :>rH>F.RY HOMEJuod 6 Pass., Fordomatic, Radio $1895
( Care for your child. Fair
report at the next meeting.
PRICES ,' KJtti IJn!'ed. I'boot"0 4-3031:: : .I and Heater
The clerk requested a new adding COLONIAL FLOIIItT 1126:! X. Thompson St. tfchg.
machine costing $235 with Only F. T I>. Florist" In Starke.

2.75 and up for Cut Trees ... 4.50 and up trade. He said that his present j iua an; Flowers all wired occasion any!* locally.place. Flowersfor Phonevo FOR BALK block,I
Ready: mix concrete, concrete
machine is obsolete in keeping \ 4-!;!<>l. SOli Fast Nona St. tfchg ones, fence .pOllt', sand, ('

for Live (Ball and Burlap) Trees present records and his request $ Motar mho rock steel evMer m..nl'l
i6ltaMs R" Furnished apart-
C ord FOR I.lnl:.to I was approved by the board. i ment" Reasonable rates. Near lard Engineering Co. tfchg 1957 Ford Fairlane Tudor,
Jerome Johns Phillips 66 distributor shopping center Phone \VO 9-20H I $1295
WO 4-3134 or call at 21J S. One Owner
rr JJT :!
requested that bids be Oft Jail*.MlTHEATRE Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office. iw FOR nu. SALE at farm.- 14i Sweet miles Potatoes.N. of 100
received from suppliers of fuel tfchg:
7oeaodru Au.We on Ilayi-8- Highway. Lucian Conner
oil, gasoline diesel fuel motor .fivnr/wlu..d .s tfchg I

ciI. and tire changing service. At IIASTINGS MATTRESS I
FOR RENT Furnished smalllower !
present this business is going to & UPHOLSTERY WORKS I M'ior apartments Desirable local '
I> B. Alvarez Service Station under !.->!'. lose In. llea!onahle rent.
SHOP 710 I/enion St. Palatka W. Nollman.: 510 X. Cherry St.tfrhg. 1957 Pontiac Chief tan,
an arrangement that has beenin

SHOP effect for some time but the Furniture Repaired Uphol Fordor Hardtop Automatic
LOT On10 mo old male bird $1495
board voted with stered & Refinished
to comply
dog> white and! liver ppvttrd. Name
SHOP Radio Heater
Johns' request. :MATTRESSES REBUILTNew Joe" Reward for return. C. II. ,

An order closing a portion of a I Innersprings X"Crlhy.. phone WO':tt-Zi01J.chg 1;IU I'i!

i 1 II M Bt M I I i.
and Box Springs
SAVE 5200-00 ON A HOMEI : i
Your New Car
Don't Buy Drop t's a Card or Call
that the
tan save you just on

I I'ALATKA EA 3.9I6G purchase of a borne but you will 1956 Buick Special Tudor

on the First StopGO I STARKESUN..MON.TUES..DEC. STARKE WO 4-59M; Dan to buy before January lsl-,|

Ii I .MKS. PEG\" SMALLER, Starke. so as to get homestead tax: ex I|' Hardtop, Auto., Radio, X1095$

13 14 15 Agent M emption. Your down payment will Heater
i ,
I Uchg ,Ilse only S410.00 and you will Seta

I hot water heater space heater
and an electrie -
electric refrigerator |
I .Volt SALK C..l nUI-type house. range. All brand new and In-

PECK BE19VEDINFiDEL It ixdiftoms mng rm., family rmn !stalled. Your monthly payments!
BUT liningrm... MIII parlor; located N. 1959 English Ford Prefect
,IWatnut[ St., choice residential area; will be just like rent and you win ,
DEBORAHKEFIR 1 Clf,,e to bu in.-",.,, F... :11)11. schools have a modern home complete in White Tires Heater X-tra $$1295
rluiri-hi-i. I...t extends 1rpth of entire ,
better I
U.,. K. Will sell partly rurni-, >hed. every detaiL: There are no
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE if lesireit Could. t owt.tr Mrs. H. homes than our homes. Call us
15. MLen be seen
for details and they may
o.ttb e laii.l.r (.'1..., .,r inquire Iradford1rouity
HENRY KINCC""E..SCoPE -..' t[I Telegraph: tfchg at your convenience.A. .

J case" .,oc LueSIalWNOMcYM.D:. r 4 (FOR KC.Vr: .- fo'urnl"twd apurttnent J. THOMAS REALTOR

; at rear of store building at TeL W01-5701
Billy DowlingAcross :321 "tmple: Ave. Contact Mrs STARKE, FL-%. 1956 Ford V-8 Tudor,
I I Maude Molt at McCarthy's Garage $
Plus "Red I IMen's
Riding Hoodlum" Cartoon t 5 milt on Raiford Kd tfchgKVHMXG Overdrive, Radio, Heater $995

: : CLASSES for adults. All Leather ,
I subjects. Credit if winud Writ
[).ru'l"r. Tivt 11SO! Starke, or call i
The Street From Setzer's \YU3011., fir'I It Adult Eduoa. HALF SOLESi!I
thin. Office I'FO Bldg. for addl- i
t5-.nal information tfchg
Toney I'' WAITRESS WANTED -- Apply In 1.50 up I 1956 Studebaker Commander .
B & G Truck $
person after 30 p m. : $895
Mop Restaurant tfchg V-8, Radio, Heater
I Men's Rubber 1
and I free lab..r. Mrs Peggy !Shaller. :209! !
Florida Theatre $$1095 upNO P. ,\dkins St. phone W() 4.5934 tfchg HEELS 65C upSTARKE'S

MONEY DOWN NO CHARGE FOR TRAVEL Complete Tree Service I i 1955 Studebaker Champion
ANYWHERE IN FLORIDA SAME LOW PRICE Pruning Bracing De-Moss ,I Fordor, Auto., X-tra Clean ?795

Work Tree Removal -
I; Transplanting! :

Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE 123 S. Walnut St. i

,. SAPP. Owner Across from Park Theatre ,

Show STARKE PHONE WO 4-S963- I 1956 Ford V-8 Pickup

t'onLE A few assorted sixes $$895
beautiful. Red Cedar Christmas I Custom Cab, Clean
1 rre Tnllis On mile south of Keystone -
Post Office Just off Route I
.I. phone S702! / 4t '? 2<
10:301.: .
FOR SALE 1S3S Ford Bus 32pt.eiiKrr.
Good tires, good body.
The Saturday Morning Free Show will begin at 9 A.M.on : Motor in fair shape. Receiving bid
for 30 days. May be !seen at Baptist
Saturday. Dec. 12 because of the Theatres operations Church Hampton. 4tchg 12.17, Also Good Selection of Cheapies

I $1.25
FOH SALE Sweet potatoes
|H>r bushel. You furnUh the con-
I only $2595 ;siner. Field run. 100A Griff Loop.


This Was Made Possible Through The Following Merchants I As Pictured Above -- with CarportWe .,.. different FOR SALE kinds-- Grown of bal%Colli-s hay.do J.,;. B.7

White., Raiford Rd. Zip 12'19'

: use 2 x 8 for floor framing not 2 x 6s. We use For Expert Tree Surgery Call OUr
"":P. RENT :Ii ft. house Irall..r.rtn .
MASTERS ELECTRICAL SERVICE 2 x 6's for ceiling framing not 2 x ,"s."Oe will Agent 43965L.nr.c he moved on your own lot. J. TODAY and Purchase One of These
furnish material for you to build. We do repair and 224 N. Temple Phone WO D. White Raiford. Rd. 2tp 1210

GEM JEWELRY finish house already started. STORAGE SPACE For .'t)': RENT 1 bedroom apartment.
r..nt. CallO 4-3334.; Uchg 2 tjro-therm heaters all electric
CRAWFORD BROTHERS GULF SERVICE STATIONSUDIOXS" utilities Electricity furnished. Adults -
MODEL HOME AND OFFICE Make: This Christmas LastA or Finul' Apartment appreciate -
Guaranteed Used Cars
vhen seen. Clark Resent
i Lifetime! 1'. mile from Call St. Ridge,
i WALDO FLA. 44'" tfctig I
FOR SALE Kerosene spare
J & J BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc. 12 :Miles\ South of Starke on IT. S. 301 WORLD BOOKENCYCLOPEDIA :'.(II4) rTlT. Leo Champion. mlat 'I
of Uiway K, h Work South.
OPEN 8:00 A.M.:\ TO 8:00 PJU.: Jh..re wo -C"U. Itrhp 1210
I SALE 4ft ft X a ft. house

NORMAN ELECTRICAL SERVICEWILLIAMS RAY D. FORTH, Box 196. Keystone Heights, Florida "FTRST IN' SALES IIJd tracer living 2 l"..,drt.>T.>>.oms.Furnished bath kitrhea.Contact ], Your Authorized Ford DealerIn j

Phone 4307 Most Highly RecommendedBy :Vr Jrwfrel at TtradfoM bleb fche !!
t :\ JEWELRY '
SchoolsM. ,
FOR *UK1J34 Bradford
JIM TOXEY HOMES Box 368. Waldo Florida Ford r-0 Truck 3.4 Ton Light County
I Phone HO 8-2781 I LOCAL n>.IiCE rOMPAliT '
P. O. Box 603 Ph. WO W"ltl I
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conscious. We burled him the first n/Ty1T'ITyyyyyynh Warren Johns and Ronnie Kia- be held Jan. 4 at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. to .->"07.- on: hcur for choir practice. cf Jacksonville:: The Carter's also

day of Nq vember. I brell of this community. I Ida Mae Carter Enlistment Chair- ?.4-r.. :1:; >. Carter's cousin Mrs.

I have 311 my Christmas shopping HEILBRONN I. Visiting in our home recently man. rill be in charge of the pro- Attending the Missionary Night (h .I .' Ciamb-rs. who was sick.
done) and most of my packages -
was Harvey's brother-inlaw John Every of the chusvh Iknn> Jordan of Palatka spent
j-rszn lady -v "i rf the T-p- r,- Vnnn at
mail!:.d. Now I will cook a
turkey Thanksgiving, and then By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy Stfflwell. of Fernandina Beach. :? in;tro to be present icr iiu 'V F1.,t Baptist Church in Sut.i.Monctey ; .- '".,weekend with his sister Mrs.

get the house' decorated for Christ- ........ ..yy.. visited Mis. Mrs.Otis T.R. Jones L. of O'Brien Tues- :program and Ooantoj meeting.I : evening were Carl Brown. V II. Turner and family.Mr. .

mas. I will get a small tree decorate Morgan I A Christmas play "Conflict of North Side Training Union Direct- and Mrs.\ Shad of Baldwin

I it ai id then watch the mail Howdy Folks! For a while it day The of this week. [the Ages" will be presented by :r. Mrs. Eva Whitaker and her visited their daughter. Mrs. Irene

OOtdCA. NE9R for package and Christmas cards.I looked as though our school children Shirley Johnson family and 'the: adults. Apresentation of the daughter Allie. and Mr and Mrs. 't' Cdom. Monday afternoon.
our family visited in Ocala Sun-
have my ards addressed, stamp- were going to start, the I i4 Nations will be given by the John Cowart. Mrs. Carrie Norman is staying

, Wherein the November days This time of year one hears at jtd' and ready to mail now after Christmas holidays a little early day.Keith !primary children. Singing will be Brother and Sister Kesterson |I i at the home of her daughter Mrs.

fly by. We have ice snow, and night the yip yapping and wail of 'Thankgiving. I did not want to this year due to the breakdownin Ga.Reddish was in Savannah ':performed by the Junior and visited their daughter in Jackson-i', Wad Gaskins. for a while.
Monday of .this week.
the school
zero weather. I prepare for the tie lone coyote. They are usually have to hurry and might get so heating system. Mrs. Leon Nonman of j Adult choirs. The time will be an- vilie Sunday afternoon.Mr. i 1 Mr. and Mrs Richard Carter
our community -
Christmas holidays. along the river hills where it is busy with funerals later Lela school reopened Tuesday I later.
coming on. and Miami is ill and has pounced and Mrs. Oscar Carter were and daughter Brenda Sue were
morning with
rough and grown up to brush. ,Mae Carter at Clay Hill is send- electric and gas requested the of our i I Prayer meetng time has been Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. shopping in Jacksonville Thurs-
Sing. Coyote, on some far hill Sumetimes it sounds as if they I jing me holly this I have heaters. prayers peo- I
year. a Pastor ple. Pease: remember to pray in changed to 8 p. m. on Wednesday Carter's sister Mrs. John Aguair *iv afternoon
and the Otis T.
full Jones
Whenthe moon is and the
I are chasing a rabbit. Our barber gilt for her wKiich I intend to mail
her behalf and for all others that -
wind is chill lice in town killed an old coyote soon. entire Heilbronn Church congre-

And hunger is sharp as a porcu- !that had a piece of tin around his Don and I 'both! have had our gation welcome you to worship on are: sick. Western For Back YilrdCoPokm
Miss Judy Morgan the guestof Trappin's \\
Sundays and for !
1 the mid-week
pine quill- II neck from a stove or tin pail. I I first: shots for virus flu. We haveto
Mr. and :Mrs. Jack Parker
recently -
prayer meetings. We
Sing. Coyote sing One of our neighbor boys got ; have one mare shot and thea you are I
Harsh and desolate is the land; while he planning to attend the Christmas when they visited in Jack-
killed by a tractor was s:we should be ready for the winter.
Raised against you on every hand. I I helping with the corn picking. It I This time oC. year I begin to programs. It will be held on Friday sinville..YTYYYYYYYYYYtYYYYTYYYf1. I i i/si HOAfI E

Round the throat like a barb- backed up and knocked him down I think of all the old songs I learned Dec. 18 at 7:30 p. m. The .

wired strand then ran over his head. It was I as a child. Jingle Bells and a program will include congregational .

I Lonliness twists a ring. I terrible. He lived for a day and I I song we sang to the tune of singing of Christmas carols.
!Still sing.Ethel Jacobson. was devotional by the Pastor, special NORTH SIDE
I night, but of course never I Jingle Bells- Then all the Christmas -
welcome and Charles
carols. When is
r Thanksgiving Norman of Mr. By Mrs. John Cowart TWO PIECE SUIT
son and Mrs Har- 1 d
I over I shall begin to sing "It
I Came Upon A Midnight Clear." old Norman; childrens group singing I..AAAAA .....&.&. I SILVER FRINGED JACKET AND JEANS i

60 Piece Powered :That is my fa.vorite. This time of under; the leadership of Miss North Side
Battery WMU held four
Connie demons a poetic theme SHINY BRIGHT SHYER FRINGE. JEWELS AND) SUSS
year I always like cooked toma-
'f the tree of life meetings on the Foreign Mission I
) "The ChristmasTrec"
toes. Here is the way I like them: Week of Prayer. On Wednesday
with Mrs. Harold
STEWED TOMATOES [with evening, the program "Missionsahd I the western set ftat dives extra long wear and s2 canes
and ten
I toasted bread Open a can of adult dramatic young people play ; entitled an Prayer" was presented by up for more after aH those tubbings.

tomatoes and put in a sauce pan. Mrs. Irene Odom Community # d
I "Christmas "
on the Island of Piau.
Add salt to taste a lump of butter Missions Chairman. She was assisted I 1 St.rdY Twill
and 2 tablespoons of sugar. Heat I The cast will consist of: Mrs.Mor- by Mrs. Myrtle Alvarez, Colmfri Co.Hio.Hit3 Cv**md Yobec Only $
ris Carter Mrs. Jimmie Lee, Mr. g.98WMM'Hodr
$ 98 0 through until the butter melts. and Mrs. Glen Norman Ronnie Mrs. Ida Mae Carter, Mrs. Alma I 1 Sop.......n-Zipper Fly

Toast 2 slices of white bread turn Kimbrell. Miss Connie demons Thompson. Mrs. Rita Tilly and 1 Cargla.l,Wodwbl.q .
out the fire drop the slices of Mrs. Orene Cowart. I Gold/Brown,hd/alact-
Warren Johns and James Flan-
bread in the tomatoes and put on nagart. The concluding will The next monthly meeting will SfaMtlto
the lid. Push the bread slices into poem
be given by Mike Norman, son of !
the! tomatoes with a spoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman and
HELPFUL HINTS some old last but not least, Santa to distribute I _"_. _". ..-.-::.,.. I MATCHING SHIRTS
fashioned ones. To warm over \
gifts fruit and candy. (. WASH 'M WEARSfvr oafdcth
biscuits dip them in a cup of I 15 .
Please note the practice sche- ;1 1 Scroll Embroidered Yoke Each $2.98
PURCHASE OF ANY warm water. Place in rows in a
WITH pan! and heat in oven. Wash meat dule' : the adult play will rehearse -s II! : Controsridg Piped Yokes end Cuffs

I tonight. Thursday Dec. 10, and _
that: smells stale in soda water. I I __ / Udcy Nos. Shoe Snap Fastener
tomorrow night, Friday Dec. 11, r1w
I Then it can safely be used. Leftover SIRs: 2 to 12MATCHING
and every night next week. The I I I
pancake batter may be thick-
MOTOROLA RADIOHERE'S i j entire cast will practice on Wed- 1i
fried more and baked in muffin j I
I 1i I tins- nesday evening Dec. 16, following LUCKY HORSE HOf HAT
prayer meeting and on Thursday 1tmn n' I i
I Don is a t the store. Digger is asleep evening. Dec. 17 for dress re- : f' i I SHvor Trimmed EaCH $*f .98

WHAT YOU GET! I I : here by me. It is cloudy and :hearsal. Practice begins at 7:30p. -f "r Jniererefcce I Colon: Rtd. Block and a.a.-k *.
dark out. We have had two deep'soogs !
I m. If you don't have a way to = | Sizes: Small Medium,Cage, and Extra Loris
lattery-Driven Engine 3 Cars 12 Pieces of Track 'i and it got down to zero and get to practice please notify me. )fJGj b PeR C.I Sco6cfd.D.D;(
iI below for several nights. We do _1_ t Sclaallll'
I Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,
36" x 47" Oval) -10 Designed to Scale Accessories 'I not usually have winter this early.It Cornelius Moore and family were ..Ew P.tZ -.-...._.... THE STORE OF VALUESROBBINS'

was hard on the cattle and a ;' lt.lnX......:
(including Buildings, Signs, Crossing Gate, Trucks.People i lot of them are being put on the MrsMoore's brother-in-law and ; Readrsistg; Pwptteei.Hsrmoaiaod .
sister. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mitchell
market early. We bought a nice : Boob vi .. BallI.'Aulyaed .
Instruction Booklet 2 Decals and sons of Jacksonville Mrs.
etc.) sad otter iW
hog from a farmer and had it sassy .
Moore's niece Mrs. Rothell Jones ...
butchered, so now we have lard -
and baby daughter, Linda
for doughnuts and pies. We have
Sue and Mrs. Moore's brother
lotof pork chops and they said BULLINGTONSTUDIO
'and wife Staff Sgt'-and' Mrs
ii that the hams are now cured and
Shirley F. Judd and sons of Or-
% Complete some bacon. To buy meat over the lando. & GIFT SHOP USE OUR LAY-AWAY
Complete Starke, Florida
counter is so much higher than : .
O Mis. Maude Mott has returned
when one buys the animal and
Service on alter spending some time with
SALES Service on has it butchered.I .
her daughter and family Mr. and -
have,started a Club letter of
Alllliakes Mrs. M- EEddie] Weldon, of
i WO AllAppliances girls from 13 to 15 years. I have Tallahassee.Mr. 1

TV iny granddaughter April in Indiana -
4-4975 and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and
Goldie.Thomas from Brooker
I daughters visited Sunday with *
Stereo k t SERVICE A Fla.. and a Yvonne Hess from relatives in White Springs.Mrs. Koch's a44NJttlSt"I
Kansas. We have not chosen a
Radios AH Annie Kelly and son Warren i!I
name for it yet. I think it is goingto attended the funeral of Mrs.Kelly's Gp !rl
Makes be fun. If any other girls or OO
Hi Fi ;
brother-in-law Raiford ,,::1
C boys of that age want to join they 'II
Brown Sunday afternoon in Plant
write to and I might start I IlilI

can more than one me club. That way we City.Visiting recently with Mr.-e 'and I GIFTS I I K) (ii Vo)1) ( IIN A ii;!I

can know what each believes and
I Mrs. Freeman Crosby were Mr.

I thinks- and MrsE.. L. Walker and daughter lV
When read this it will be 1-
you Uta, of Jacksonville. Mrs.

December.Thanksgiving.I wrote One several will prayersfor be in Crosby's brother and wife Mr. FOR ALL of Gift ideas! I

local weekly.So and Mrs. L. R. Carmichael of West
City lFishAND our Palm Beach and :Miss Barbara
[ with a Christmas song and a Hendry of New Mexico.Mr. III

Merry Christmas I will close. and Mrs. E. CErnie] .
Merry merry merry ChristmasThe I
Johns enjoyed a combination
MEAT MARKET merry time the merry time Thanksgiving and family reunionat I !

of Christmas. their home. Present for the occasion -

Pleasant Merry ancient! Christ- were their children. Mr. Gift
Selection of COSMETICS
PHONE WO 9.1093 mas and Mrs. Morris Johns and family Large ELECfRICIdiiMti'e I

Growing younger every year. Mr. and Mrs Clifford Johns CLIPPERS
617 E. BROWNLEE ST. STARKE, FLA. and family Mrs. Lois Henson and
God bless you every one and a For Men and Women
son all of Jacksonville. Mr. and II
Mrs. Clyde Johns and family Mr. !
ERNEST ALLEN AND BILLY HARDENBROOK LOVE, MOTHER LURA. and Mrs. Earl Mosley and family, $7.95 Iii'I

Lanvin 'My Sin'aild 'Aperge'I I


r e ,. Complete line the Men in the Family During the Year! i,; :C
Green Stamps : k I'I;''
Faberge ;
Pork SALE 1.rrr f rJ "

ICD Revlon s\\ EECTRIC[ RAZORS :;i

.. Y"I f Tabu"I'

? .'
I ::, ,
HAMS-- 43c
save oa I .:Yardley ELEGANCE / _

I Ii tOld Spice : ;

BACKBONE ib 43c i II I I Max Factor $ # PRINCESS SUNBEAM 3y :

I 100 Coty LADY SNICK x

I rf'i Evening in Paris

FRESH I Patricia Shick Only $$9.95

I and Many Others! -
"ihrfe lb 29' I!
PORK SIDE I 3 Speed Shick ..

I I at Christmas S&H: Green time.Stamps. are Bastes best helpers Complete line Sunbeam Appliances New Remington Roll-A-Matic I Iii!!


FRESH SPARE RIBS "Ib> 29CFRESH I I Visit your nearest S&H Green Stamp redemption .. I

I center and see the truly'wonderful selection ;
I of quality gifts you can get with your filled c0iI "

I lector's books. Toys for your tots. Fine tools, I FOR THE TREE OR HOUSE ,::

I wallets and other gifts to delight Dad. Hostess j,

Ib accessories: jewelry, watches, and lots of other I

i PORK SHOULDER > 29'' I I;I beautiful and useful presents for the whole family. 6-C Xmas Light 5c 7 C Xmas Light 7c :;i

:i And many more that you 11 also find pictured :

i ii and described in the wonderful S&H Green Stamp H!
T-BONE ORSIRLOIN Series of f Lights 69cKOCH'S
I Q IdeabooL You can get your copy free at Horn1 jr

I ... that give extra values in S&H Green Stamp' L ,
STEAK 59' I, 1 Iii


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.vyyyyyTTTTTTTTTTTTTT71a !f Waters and Mrs. J. C. Harrell. i I Jacksonville; were the Thursday ItJilldren I tfeftr shopping: in Jacksonville ..............y......m I ITTTTT1777TT7T77T71TTI7. (time. : be solemnized at Highland Baptist 1,

Little John Brown of Gainesville :t luncheon guests of Mrs. Rosie Kel- Saturday. 1: Rev. Eddie Currin and his wife 1 1I J!Church on Sunday Dec. 13, at \

BROOKER returned hme Saturday after ley. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I Remember' folks, Mr. and Mrs. EVERGREENBy CLAY HILL 'from Miami were with us Sunday I 3:00 p. m. ,I
: two weeks with his grandmother.Mrs. Kelley ited MrKelley's mother, i J. H. Sowells are celebrating their I morning. Rev. Currin delivered a All friends and relatives of the
Barbara Davu Loca Waters. :Mrs. Kelley. golden wedding anniversary Sunday : onderful
By Sue I Mrs. Sybil Griffis&AAAAA..AAAAA.a ttf Ilia. J. I. dtrteklaa4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAALaAA message. couple are invited to attend.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Junior Stokes and j Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn of Lake Dec. 13th with open house We are sorry that "Uncle Jim"i Both morning and evening services -
.asa.auaauaaa.aa..u children of High Springs were the ''Bjtler were the Saturday after- from three to five. No invitations .a&aaaaa;. 1 Godwin isn't improving as we had were well attended at the

Mr. and Mrs I> A. Davis and! weekend guests of Mr. Stoke's loon guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. I are being sent but all friends are Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rosier and Wayne Johns was ,on the sick all hoped. He is i with the Sidney. I Church on Sunday. Sixty-one attended >>,
Terrell of Gainesville were the mother Mrs. H. E. Stokes. (Cleen.I invited. i Harris
son family at the present. Sunday Scchool and twen
family had as guests during the List
Sunday and unable at attend
Sunday night dinner guests of Mr. Algerine Lloyd of Gainesville 1 Mr. and Mrs. I* L. Hardee Sr. j Mrs. W. T. Blair] Mrs. Lottie"Thanksgiving holidays Mr. and Sunday School We hope he is I ty-three attended Training Union
and Mrs. N. J. Davis. In the after- I '.vas the Monday luncheon guest 01 Jacksonville were the Sunday :i awards Mrs. W. T. Markey, Mrs.i Mrs. W. G. Ross and children of sc/on!: well again. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHIGHLAND i i'l the evening. 1
noon they were visited by AC.. j I cf his mother. Mrs. Viola Gillis luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mattie Sowells, Mrs. Iva Douglasand }( Orlando, and Mrs. Rosier's mother I The Young People] of the
Davis, brother of N. J. Davis also and Mrs. H. E. Stokes. W. E. Bigham Jr. Mrs. Dave Green were i in, and sister from Jacksonville. Wilkinson's car was on (; Ohurch are preparing a Christmas

of Gainesville. I John Davis and Gary Elzy enJoyed "Mrs: ? W. R. Denmark of Jacksonville Gainesville Tuesday shopping. iI Recent guests in the home of the sick list also] Sunday and we program. The date for this pro-
Mrs. Verlie Johns is in Mobile I i the Strawberry Bowl game visited her sister. MrsLo- I I Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey ':your correspondent were our son had to ride in his truck to get to [1By Debbie Phillips] a11ill be annnounced next
Sunday School
and Church. We
Ala. visiting her daughter. Mrs. I Saturday night in Starke. ca Wr.ters. and Mrs. J. C. Harreil i spent Thursday in Lake Butler ar.dife, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde are thankful that the truck would &AAua.wAAL. .AAAL&AAA4. week.
Gene Elder, for two weeks. ,! Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ and Saturday afternoon.Mrs. i I with the R. K. Dukes family. I Griffis Jr.; our daughter and son- Several people from Highland
nm or we all would have missed
We are happy to see Mr. and ;j[ cnildien of Apopka were the holi- Neil Pridemore. and daugh- I I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Parrish are )/llaMr.; and Mrs. Eugene Mc- church. Hell-Wilkinson; attended: the Maxville Church
Mrs. Wallace Crews at home after i day weekend guests of Mr. and |I ttr Donie Gayle, Misses Sandra tie proud parents of a baby born Donld and:: children. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and! Mrs. Morris Bell an- '' Sunday and enjoyed the fine sing-
a recent illness. Mr. Crews was in J .lrs- Ned Hicks. Fairchiid and Patsy Cordey of i Nov. 22 in the hospital in Palatka. I J. E. Norman. Clifton Rosier. and Betty Brumbelow.: and Mrs rcunce the approaching marriaga ing.
:the hospital: in Starke and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry of I Pompano Beach were the recent.!i i Ec. fond Rosier and children.] Willie Woodard and daughter of their daughter. Marie Ellen, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mosley
Mrs. G. A.
Crews was at the home of Mr. and ''Gainesville were the weekend holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'I Gay was recently in Rev. and Mrs- J. E. Norman and Judy. from Jacksonville visited the George Winfred Wilkinson. son and family were visitors in Mid-
Mrs. Hazcns. i i guests of Mrs- Perry's parents, Mr. ;, Alvin Robinson. I Doctors Hospital in Starke with James visited the J. B. Gaskins ?trickiands at Clay Hill one day of Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson, olcburg Saturday evening-
touch of
I a pneumonia. I last week.Vina .- .. .
Mrs. W. H. Sorrells and daugh- ;and 11rs.1.: O- Harreli.i Misses Sandra Fairchild, Donie i nome where Cecil Crawford was -
I Miss Barbara Sue Davis and ,
ters of Jacksonville are visiting i j Major and Mrs. Tommy Persi- 'Ic/ayle] Pridemoie and Patsy Cor- I grinding cane and making syrup. Martin and her family when
John Davis were in Gainesville you'needRELIABLE
her parents. Mr. and Mrs L. L. j rser and son Larry of Warner rley of Pompano Beach and Miss They also visited the J. Q. Ro i- from Lawtey visited her parents.
Dyal this week. Rubins Ga. were the weekend Rose Lee Robinson were the Sunday Saturday visiting the Byford Kin? er's cane grinding Friday night. tee: Yougan Padgetts, and other
Mrs. Larry Brown and Mrs. guests of Mrs. Rosie Kelley and afternoon guests of Miss Sue i i I family and the Shine Motts. Mrs. Wanda Lee Sapp visited rriatives: at Clay Hill last weekend.

Brown of Gainesville were Satur- ,Mrs. Mattie Sowells. Me David. ,i We wish to welcome Mr. and Mrs. J. ENorman, with her The Highland Church Choir is GAS SERVICETHINK
day afternoon guests of Mrs. Loca Mr- and Mrs. Arthur Hall of :Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and I;,I Mrs. John C. Fairchild and chil- bland new baby this week. improving very much and is to
- II I I irtn of Santa Fe, New Mexico to Mr. and Mrs. G. Futch and i ire commended for their fine sing-
I i our community. The Fairchilds children spent Saturday night OF SLADE GAS
I I ing.There
game to visit his sister Mrs. Alvin with Mr. and were 61
Mrs. Leon Sauls of present in Sun-
Here'arethe LOWEST-PRICED PICKUPS !'Robinson! and enjoyed the peace Hampton.Mrs. lay School last week. The Juniors

i i i -aid quiet atmosphere of our little Louise Cassels of Lochloosa were the Banner Class at this TANKS FROM I 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR Ul-
of the leading makes 'I '.own/They decided to remain for I spent the weekend with Mr. and PHONE WO
j some time. The Fairchilds are now i Mrs. Guy and family.Mr. I 4-3351 ,
!' ,
in the Hazen as recent guests their daughter
o residing Doyle; house. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan ,
:and son of Sanford, Mrs. Leonard
; I The ladies of the Baptist had as weekend guests their sons '
f. 'Cruce and Douglas.Our .
SAp I! Church observed the Lottie Moon and daughters-in-law, Mr. and LOCAL
Christmas FOR
play will be held
week of prayer for foreign missions Mrs. Ronald McClellan of Jasper, j
t0 \ \) Dec. 22 at 8 p. m. Everyone wel
: last week and were inspiredby and Mr. and Mrs. Robert MsClel- come.
the programs presented by the l hn of Starke. i
The WMS meeting will be held]
mitbt fe-lIu\eJ'loll selected members for this occa' Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier had Thursday Jim Walter
'0 II" S"I.sidlfOfd night Dec. 10, at 7:30- j Corp.I
i ,t35.2w I tOmOI\ 01 party at the home of Mr. and COLD WEATHER AHEAD

"ts om- I Mrs. R. H. Green Saturday night, I
Largest Home Builders"DILL
2:5e i nonoring Miss Beverly Green on'her
i 9 I 19th birthday. ,

I After several games refreshments FUEL OILWE I
j j I were served by the hostess BE IN STARKE

I Urs. Green.

with Certified Economy Miss Ann Gainey was pleasantly EACH THURSDAYI
surprised at a birthday party givjtn -

I960 t Here is economy you can count on. .economy backed i in her honor Friday night at WE ARE AS CLOSE AS YOUR i I
by the Certified tests of ]leading independent automotive the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
FORD tie@ engineers.! (!Robinscn by Miss Donie Gayle STARKE HARDWARE CO.
Pridemore and Rosa Lee Robinson.
Certified gas savings! New tests verify the gas saving I Ii
of Ford's modern Six-the engine that averaged 250\ There was a flurry of excitement Quick Service IiI I 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M.
TRUCKS more mpg in Economy Showdown U.S.A.! 1 during the games when

Certified durability! Tests of key truck parts showed, I two of the guests sneaked on the .
for example,23.6% greater frame rigidity. roof top and exploded a firecracker -
For Call
Certified lowest pricesSee! the actual price comparisons, I down the chimney. No casual- S. Appointments

plus all the economy test results. Come in and see the ties reported. DIAL i JACKSONVILLE -- EV 7-1141 Collector
Certified Economy Book. Refreshments of delicious cup

cakes and Cokes were served the STARKE WO 4-5311 '
12 guests by the hostess and Ann WO 44641I

@ itceived everal lovely gifts.A "// It's A Quality Home .
group of 21 guests enjoyed a II
e SAVE delightful time at a house warming '- i It's A Jim Walter Home"
given for Mrs. Rosie Kelley in F REGISTER & SON

UP'O$156Q her new home Friday night. OTHER OFFICES: }

Refreshments of fruit cake; .. OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA
.m.. Her Fob F I 1, salted nuts and coffee were ser- :

r.ed by the hostesses Mrs. G. E. i
l err :,... e1f0=1561t I(Green, Mr. Mattie Sowells and -
ss" -
l -rrar.rrw rwww", models dowparrbk I Mrs T. W. Markey.

::1s sots makes.actual Mrs. Kelley received many nice

,_.... ifts.Miss Dottie Sue Kelley celebrated -
..rs a.n Faewauaaa. wamaaa mr.sa..aar aKru her 10th birthday with a partyof
.ired-.iaaat+aatla' friends at the community cen-
., ;- :; ter Wednesday afternoon.
-- 1 ,IM. t4We '
... \! /CQfQ ..
-.'s.ai..r'--- -- -...fXlIA'M. Several games were played and
prizes won by Doretha Tyler,
See "FORD STARTIME" in living color Tuesdays on NBC-TV --- Ernestine Lester and Nancy Green.
Refreshments of cake and soft

TERWILLEGAR drinks were served by the hostess
MOTORS I1 Mrs. Doris Kelley. ..

Dottie received many lovely
206 W. MADISON ST. gifts.vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvy.



CDR ROTOR Colored NewsBy

TV marvel scans the skies District U&&AAAAA&A&Meeting Gloria&&Cliffin&&&& &&&&. DAIRY STORE

The Northern District Ministers ,
T t Jg like radar to pull in better Deacons, and Women's United .
.of the Second Bethlehem Baptist .

pictures on your set! the Abeline Association Baptist convened Church with last

'- week with Rev. R. Walker presiding WW OMEN ON HIGHWAY 301 NORTH
assisted by Rev. Phenic of ,

....ROTATES AUTOMATICALLY lA,.. AIMS YOUR ANTENNA FJorahome-:Ministers attending the ..
to track down "
.r the best r \ straight at the sending; ing were Rev. R. Walker, presi- .. i
.A possible picture on every o 11 f\Jl tower of the channel dent; Rev. B. C. Clinton, secre- I iI I

channel. t', you want. tary; Rev. Redmon treasurer; iI
Rev. J. Lagree. Bible] expositor; I
0 WONOII tOO kATE TV TROUBLE with weak or snowy picture and Uev. R. Eubanks this

.*gfcostt"bly in location on so many where channel TV signals! Like come most from people many you're directions problIudred"READ WHAT of thousands ACTUAL USERS of CDR SAY Rotor! ; Rev. Phenic, and Rev.community C. A.- MILK -- EGGS -- ICE CREAM -- BUTTER I
I!moot just the one your antenna was set up to face. ore now Jll&Jlt.awd in TV reception pastor of the Abeline
areas jutt like sow Ciiurch.

TOT II01 ABOUT m Male your antenna work 3 or 4 times Music for the Union was proi i

'cirectiOD.efficiently and bring in the best possible picture from more any lots"MORE of STATIONS company BETTER from far PICTURES.and near We,have and \iaed by Abeline Church on Friday ORANGE JUICE -- COTTAGE CHEESE BREAD I
What you reed is the TV marvel that causes your they all and Saturday nights. and the
say ue >get more stations and
AcUtaa to Crete and Detect like Radar-the CDR District Choir rendered the 1
have a better picture than they do. The song I 1I
:,1m U OfE-TWO-TRREU! Here's all you do to poll in dearer, CDR ROTOR can not be beat." service on Sunday. Dinner was I
hnrr-rrj,stronger pictures: -Mrs.C.J.JfcCu Ail Aowf.JfauMSTITIOKS served.on the grounds. ,

it.! frnr* ktutdy Skytvttp D'Ttch01& Selector en CDB't beau- WE NEVER CREAMED OF TTIH6 Come Otheis attending the meetingwere
....,.,Ktttt Control Cabinet. in clean and dear.We never received real Deacon M. E. Patterson. Mrs. MODERATE PRICES
pleasure out of TV till we got the new D. L. Martin. and Mrs. Wilson
''9 Rotor .f f&. 6oM -/ yaur ref-oateaaa (unit it t* a tomCDR ROTOR. -Crtu COM.Bntoa.10.SUIIOUK0EO and Deacon J. TRompsgn. Aaron :. ... ... '- ..-.- -
fMt CtVvIf tiS yott see tin plctire dearer Davis of this
than .vcr lefer BT NICK/ IDILDIICI.''' EnD church was in .I
1 lift row finger from t&e Selector ad though my antenna is a very good one,| charge of the devotional services I
your antenna II
i I lsatsaallytocks m petition, CUlfocouldn't get a true, sharp image. Since Friday night. I

installing a CDR ROTOR, my pictures art Attend Convention --- .....- -... ,
Smpl .bat RI"So why settle for half-way TV! Pull in ClU dearer,sharper,steadier.My set behaves Several members of the A. M. E. j 'I I
UN ebaucla your set is equipped to receive-with s thrifty like a brand new one, even though the Zion Church attended the annual '\\
CD& ROTOR. nearest TV station s.overC5l11iJes away** Methodist Convention in Tampalast -1 '

-J1 M.A.Moss FKnt.Hit*. Sunday. Mrs. Susie Mae Williams -

was elected delegate. she

HOW! Start getting arrived at the meeting Tuesday Friday, Saturday December 1 11 1, 12
ROTOR and spent the entire week,
-perfect pictures through Sunday. Members attend- I !

with o pJ IWCUSANO f IETCCTS tact Lal&Ollt r=I ing Mitchell Mr. the and convention Bell Mrs.George Phillip Sunday McCloud Cotton were IIQRT/ BUTTERMILK FREE II

and Mrs.Mattie Davis The church

received their pastor. Rev. B3ckland. WITH PURCHASE OF 1 GAL. i iI
,"Pnasn ii PssredTVRaceptisa : back to serve the coming '

year.MU Zion A .M. E. Church wffl "d 'OF .'

Goldwire Servicentcr Shepherd Radio & TV hold regular services next Sun- I MILK : .

day.Eddie _. I
Lee Johnson of the U.' S. -' -' > .

135 E. CALL ST. 226 W. CALL ST. Navy is visiting his grandmother //1 "-,...- .,.-..-_ r .--.... --t: t !

Mrs. Lena Sorey.JessieFlowers. .. .
is still IU. .





. .' m I Brooker and Linda Cox of Starke.'1.................... ." I At The Tabernacle ministering: at the Fellowship

I Home Demonstration They will participate in the 1 I Baptist Church in Jacksonville for i!

Notesby Southeastern Meat Judging Identification -I GRIFFIS' LOOP I I A ChIist-ce tered' program is several daysCOMMUMTt. THIS CHRISTMAS (M ANEVV

c+ Contest in Ocala in Jan- 'being rehearsed at the Gospel

By Yerble Harrrll (Tabernacle for presentation during CHURCH
uary. ;
I 1 s i. ; 4 DOROTHY ROSS Date Bars aasaalaaaaaaaaaa aaUlaa I Christmas week. Regular services -
I Holt, Minister
with Communion at the Dr. Albert C.
-::: _:,. Home Demonstration Agent Here is a holiday recipe you will Mrs. Mildred Griffis visited re- i morning hour, were observed Sun- Mis. J. L. Hetherington !

want to try. It is one of Mrs. L. latives in Bunnell last week. Organist and Choir Director
Sewing Machine Course ,;,pine cone turkeys. Mrs. J. B- d.iy.Dr
have been White and son, Lynn, Mrs. E. L. : II. Gibson's favorite cookie recipes Mr. and Mrs- Thomas O'Brian and'Mrs.. Harry McGee. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning %
Junior 4-H
Cox, Miss Linda Cox, and the : 1 egg one-half cup sugar, and children and Mrs. Jessie guests of the Tabernacle, are \Vorsnip 11:00: a.m. .
the .
taking the course "Getting j jj I Hardenbrook and daughter, Helen -- .- t
Home Office ] '
:Most Out of Your Sewing Ma- Demonstration helped j one-half cup melted shortening .
I visited; in North Florida last Sun- ?3
chine." Mrs. R. E. Lee, local leader make the favors. 01 salad oil, 1 cup chopped dates :( f --

In La wtey, has been teaching Christmas Parties onfoUJ'th cup chopped nuts, one- Rev. Barney W. Sweat was jHAS.ASECRETE! -
her daughter, Karen, and Renee The Brooker 4-H Clubs had deiJitful -
'naif cup sifted flour, one-half idecteti pastor of Boatdrain Bap-
Moore, Margaret Rosier and Bo- Christmas parties last ]I' _
tta ::: in special conference EVER KNOW
poon baking powder, j NO ONE NEED
!jita Green. Mrs. Johnny Greene f idm' during their club meet135. one- !j .-'.oot Wednesday night. Everyone f
Diane ._ Girls in the 5th-6th tourth teaspoon salt, powdered )i .: SHE IS HARD OF HEARING
in: Starke has been teaching grade |I'.' invited to come and hear him x s a
Hardy and Margaret Ann !!soups: made cookies and candy ;oar. j I preach. Afl-at-ear hearing with Sonotone's -

Lovell. Karen Lee and Diane Hardy which they served for refresh- Beat egg, add sugar and mix !>: Mr. And Mrs P. F. Goolsby an- F -r .P great new bearing aids
have completed and received muits along with a drink. *ell. Add horttning or oil, dales I
marriage tells all but shows
') >'-nce the of their son, nothing.
their certificates declaring them: Other girls brought their food and nut meats- Sift together flour, i John to :Miss Marceline Hicks. A k You'll feel like a new x
asking powder salt, and mix "
a sewing machinist. Other 4-H exhibits of Picnic Sack Lunches well
: i. !J.e wedding will take place at the world's smallest
Sirls desiring to learn hoto use r'atsy Padgett. Jane Mann, Denrrri .o&elhei. Spread in a greased 8x8 Vi VI Baptist Church Saturday wearing
the machine asked to x2 inch pan I lako line with waxed i hearing aids.Be sure to see out
sewing are
Pa irish. Dottie Kelly Mary i I i:&:ht, Dec. 12. at 7 p. m. Every- J XVSMITH'C8Z8NA
ccntacj; Miss Dorothy Ross or the Ellen Register. Elese Mann, Janice paperl und bake at 325 degrees :' '11 is invited. exciting eyeglass models. ..
local leaders- :Mott: Myra Parrish and Nan- for bout 30 minutes. Cool and .. I '
Hospital Tray Favors cy Green. 'cat in barsRoll- in powdered.j I The Bradford County Singers P' ?; :.f : ALL ONE UNIT __ _. I Galaxie
rugsr.iiA'MM'UN. j will be at Boatdrain Baptist I
I Hospital tray favors were made The 7th-8th grade club mem- =March on Sunday Dec. 13 fornarning # '554 NothingeIsetowearnoI Near a portable like it! Never a port-iMc so new in style .

: by Home Demonstration ,members t. rs made candy and cookies tochante aaaauauaaa4aaaaaaaaa.. 'I : : and evening services.There >S., > no wiresnobutton.nothingwont rc\v in speed new in spirit! dream to 1.:10)1.: at ... a
for Thanksgiving for patients at for gifts. They L A -
sang 1 1i (I trill be dinner on the on body. *ac4 M* i urligLt to u>c. See it today
the Bradford County Hospital.Mrs. Christmas carols and played i I rounds and good singing in the Start enjoying a new WorJki.
\ I I
Jimmy Simmons designed ": mes. 1 I
afternoon. Our Rev. of beautiful sound
new pastor. today. FREE:. wit!, Terms To Suit
Girl.Ut'nd Workshop I Ii i! B. W- Sweat will be the speaker. I,
Eight 4-H Gills, with the Home i uy. SI... n. ,;. lUll i : is ANY Smith-Corona pcrteblc. -
I!Everyone invited to come out COME IN PRONE IR1IE-FBEE DEMOHSTRAT10H-H3 08UCATIQIiZji. ;! Complete $23.95
Dcjicnstration Agent, attended a i uu..aausaaausuuueGrocery :nd join us.iloatdrain.Baptist. I ;. ......... .. .. ,... VALUE Your Conveniences
WILLIAMSJEWELRY I Mot Workshop in the Meats La- typing cowre.Bradford
,)rJrator '. at the University of Broken Into i SONOTONEHEARING
Florida Saturday night. At the 1! "Homes'Grocery in Hampton Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn .

aiteincon session the girls took fas broken into Sunday night, ing Worship 11 a. m. Training
Union, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship -j CENTER MAGNOLIA; HOTEL
putt in the identification and ,and thieves escaped with about -
I WATCHES DIAMONDS ,. judging contest. This was the first >20in change, some watches, and 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting Starke, Florida County Telegraph
REPAIRS i time that, most of the girls had other chandise. They entered Wednesday night, 7:30 p. m. i I

All Work GuaranteedA. studied meat, but they expect to J t by breaking the window on the W.Everyone Sweat welcome., Rev. Barney Tues., Dec. 15th 10 A.M. to 12 Noon .
C. Williams come away next year with someI east front of the building, climbing -

I i nice hams given as prizes. Those ': over merchandise in the window ,-_.,..._:" r- .
142 W. Call St. '
Jones and display.
attending were Kathy
Starke, Fla. Mary Wilkerson of Lawtey; Inger,) The theft was discovered about

Formerly Roberts Jewelry (I Hanson, Nancy Zacek, and Patsy ;((8 o'clock Monday morning when MAKE YOUR

.. Roark of Hampton; Annetta Mott ;Mrs. J. W. Horne opened the store. HOLIDAYS

and Norma Jean Parrish of G. Lanier DiesJ. r
-- -
I'.J G. Lanier of Hampton Lake

while working at his home

: GET YOUR CHRISTMAS !30. Monday Mr. Lanier morning had ,been November ill for

sometime, but had been back at I

I work as carrier for the Jackson- SING WITH COKE !

. ville Journal on Saturday of the .

MONEY NOW I previous Funeial week.services were held in

I North Carolina- Mr. and Mrs. .REG. U S. PAT OFF

Lanier had been "''...,, . ...
residents of !;"a.: :. ; ... ..
,, ... "
j ; <: ',. _.
for two three .. 1vz
Hampton or years.Local ,
:,, :. -1; _.P'.f--
survivors include his wife, -

Mrs. J. G. Lanier; a son Major ;.f' '_ ; .

Lanier of Hampton; and two :/..'. ,.< ...1'. .. ..

daughters, Mrs. Felix Griffin and .jr r.i.tt"-. ;:.:::.A.t' +'
Mrs. Estelle James, both of Gra

ham. .
rr :
.I UP TO $600 Council Meets 01

Little business was transactedat .

the regular monthly meeting of .;.: r, y.
; 4tbtyY'
Cps/j for Christmas Shopping I I Hampton City Council on Tuesday -.'" '
evening last week at the city hall.A :
large wastebasket for the city : ;: : --Y

hall is to be purchased and lime- r

Consolidate Your Small Bills and Be Able rock is to be hauled to mix with ::f y P2Y f
sand on city streets where the '. .. P W''
:.. 1:
To Start the New Year Right low sand spots.was recently used to fill in >-- -. :...-.. "

All councilmen and city officialswere '"\,.
present for the meeting, except i:, %rr'
ALL REQUESTS for Marshal Leon Sauls. I
New Mail Box InstalledA .. <. k :

STOP IN OR CALL TODAY new outside postoffice box \/' ."f.;,<
Tas installed in front of the fYp f

Hampton! Postoffice last Saturday.

1$ is for use in depositing mail at
times other than regular office ,


144 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone WO 4-9091 Mrs. Mary Williams, postmaster,

stressed that the box is only to be

used when the building is closed .
.... .,- ..... ...,. .--...,..,., when the door slot was formerly
,; :; I used. The regulation red and blue
t .
I mailbox is mounted on pipe, ands
d.A :.. I .
'... ; in Sn'; .:
> ._" cement. hnq, M P -1 /> ,PV ''. "t
_*?'ti 'f{' !PTA Meets Tonight 'S
: 'fJ. r :
Hampton Elementary PTA will'
,5 .... ".-: f'A I meet on Thursday [tonight! De:::. y'f er; a w a
.; 10, at 7:30 in the school
,,,"." ,,: 0 ..< > p. m
-:>:- : .
'. 'oc;.:,;.}&:P ,{ 1',.. ::''f ': i auditorium. All parents and
;- W- >> :<< :. friends to be
: f are urged present.
't: A'a
: : .- 1
'i2-.t{ PersonalsMr

[>.....Y : I and Mrs. G. P. Livingstonand ; P'V
If: .: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kendrickand

;, '-., Mke baby of Tallahassee visited
v ;,t.
Mrs. T. F. Brown over the.week-
'.,.. '
.- : 'end. Visiting here Friday with
'. 11y ri
,Mrs. Brown were Mrs. A. L. Sullivan xp i
> s :
: s sasaa ii i ., and Mrs. Arthur Miliken of P
,=e' F thr ,I Ocala.
: '. lti C Mr. and Mrs. W. English and .
:..: ft
!family of Cross City spent Friday ,
l here with Mr. Mrs. W. P. Mc- '
,' .' J, .,....' i : '
Elroy and family. pLc %
I "' 'V j44'E
Mr and Mrs. Bob Faile arrived 1 ,..
a" ..J ytri. i on Saturday last week from Lan- f _
I "
i caster, S. C. for a visit with the :. is$

r. e, t !.I Jones Raleigh families.Brannen and Rothelle \ .1- -...

ti .1
3' e Mrs. Jessie Chastain spentI
.A. .I Thanksgiving in Lake City with ,, +.c ... x. w.. ,........ 'teca.u..ca.r *f..*rtt. '*...r-.
.ar, \! '\1 ..1 friends.
P. < 4 +T 8

N\\ i Huntersvitte. N. C. spent Sunday -
I""night in Hampton with the M. L. t
i Watterson family. Saturday afternoon I
visitors at the Wattersonswere
Y M.u1 \ 1
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Bryantof

a.: ..\ Mr-Waldo.and Mrs. Olen Bedenbaughand BE REALLY'. REFRESH. < ED. Take a tip from! the famous singing McGuire .

family of Deland were Sunday
.t, x visitors here with the L. L Bed- Sisters. .wrap up your entertaining plans beautifully. .\vith .plenty 1 of ice-cold Coca-Cola.

enbaughs. They also visited the

w .uby" M. L. Wattersons.Mr. When friends call during, the :Holidays, nothing
and Mrs. Lester Slade droveto

l/V'/l Mill1lH tt mn in SEVENTEEN funeral Plant City services Sunday for to Raiford attend r is more hospitable to serve- than Coca-Cola t-


r 'Mr. and Mrs. James Broome of nothing is I ,
llqoR W i*WCt MEmCSHlNOLY NICK.tnritetioa dike I more refreshing than the I !
Vero Beach the of a
are parents
V l look From the I
Irn prettiest.
\ $ i son born Friday Dec. 4. Mr. and %?P
sqqawj tJeclfi 10 &e lucked han pan midriff over a i J.1rs. Dan Johnson of Hamptonare cold crisp taste of. Coke! Keep plentyof >, e

ewWJDglouffant skirt,you're every inch the girl you want the grandparents.

totctWcfcb's tappet cotton tapestry stripe, cashable and Coke on from '

i f( ree n *ant,stay*crisp fosk Sung Jdmi.nt green or .
sb ? your parties 'will "sing" with Coke!i

.. LQOKlSUKISItt/ 995 <* ,- REGULAR KIN G .. y.rdM "

CtfiGfi .- ,
ROBBINS The Store of Values .
'"-.--- Bottled under' authority" of The Coca-Cola Company- by- ".r :.




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wua.a..au.uauuu len of Lawtey. Personalities lira. Horace CusJting..and family I .
Other relatives present includedtwo Recent guests of the Ed Dur- nf Tallahassee:and Mr..,and Mrs.
LAWTEY brothers, D. A. Beasley of hans were Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Wayne Turflenand daughter of i
, Montgomery Ala., and Edward Boyette of Valdosta Ga., and Mr. Jacksonville.Thanksgiving' a
f m
Beasley of Seminary Miss.; two and Mrs. Raymond Williams of
)Hn. Joyce T. FotrfcJJeasley holiday guests
87 sisters, Mrs. Alice Caton of Red Jacksonville.Mr. Miss Elizabeth. Terry and Mrs.
and Mrs.. W. E. of Let Our Scotch
u..uwuau.a.ua.u. Level Ala. and Mrs. Elizabeth Lowery Joyce Futch were'Mr. and Mrs. J.\\
Family Reunion Hydrick of Phoenix City Ala.; Vienna Ga. are planning to move P. Wyrick and Miss Mary Julia :
several grandchildren, Mr. and to Lawtey in the near future.They Futch of Tallahassee and the
The 81st birthday anniversary Mrs. James A. Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. were recent guests of their sonr Benton Futeh family,of Starke.
party of Alonza L. Beasley, held M&noah Beasley Mr. and Mrs. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Benton has returned Nashville.
at his home on Nov. 29, was Roy W. Beasley, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson.Mr. I I Term..-where he will complete his
also the occasion of a family re- Rudolph Beasley of Winter Haven, ::
and Mrs. J. C. Tye celebrated atudies'at Guptqn School of Mortuary -
union. Five sons and three daugh- and their families.. ; their wedding anniversary on Science on Dec. 21.
ters and their families were pre- other members of the family I II I Nov. 28 and were overnight guestsin : Mr. .and .Mrs..Bobby Coleman Santa Claus
sent: Floyd of Winter Haven, present included Mrs. Thelma [ Jacksonville of Mr. and Mrs.
and children of Lakeland
were recent -
Horace G. of Plant City, WilliamC. Tenant and family, E. V. Beasley F- I.,. Roberts Jr.
weekend guests of his grandparents -
of Baker County, Barney of .
and family of Palatka Mr. and
Mrs. Nell Mazingo and family oft. ,.the Joe Starlings.
Tampa, and A. W. Beasley of Mrs. O. H. Beasley of Madison : I. %
Stephens S. C. Mr. and Mrs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt and
Cantonment; Mrs. Jewell Hicks
and friends, Mrs. Doris Dunn of
Click Starby and family of Jacksonville '
and Mrs. Daisy Dunn of Anda- Andalusia, Ala., and Mr. and son of Tallahassee were recent
lusia, Ala., and Mrs. Gallic Bar-, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom weekend guests of the Arlie Dobbs
Mis. Brady McLeod of Starke.Thaf.
I Tatum of Palatka were guests of
and Bill Dobbs families. Solve Your Gift Problems
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pearson I
during the Thanksgiving holidays.P. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Estes And'
Miss Dorothy Swanbom spent the
Our BusinessIf I> Dinkins spent Thanksgiving Thanksgiving holidays with Mr.
with his son Charles and and' Mrs. R. P. Estes in Kingsport
It's Glass We Have It! .
family at the Noegel camp in the
TennMrand Mrs. Estes and Mrs.
or VISIT with
Scrub- Mrs. Paul Dinkins
Geo. H. Wall returned home with
fir. and Mrs. Horace Cox. visited them for extended visit.
r Joe Peters Glass Co.FOR the Paul Dinkins Jr. family in St.
Mr. and Mrs. Noah Taylor and
Augustine on the same day.
ANY GLASS NEEDWe Mrs. Mae Wells and Mrs. Martha the Jeff Prevatts had as Thanks- TQ You can end that
i giving guests Mrs. Louie Lee Star- worry
1 Bales and daughters spent the :
Modern Store Fronts I ,
Design ling Lamar Starling and Mr. and AND
Thanksgiving holidays with Mr.
Just Mall Us A Pattern for Mrs. Lee Taylor all of Live Oak iJ
and Mrs. Ernest Wells in Mobile.
Table Tops Ala. Mrs. O. J. Philips and Danny Tii.about what to give Grandad

1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fix Phone FR. 2-1353 Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Turner had were recent weekend guests of Mr. ,
md-Mrs. Fate Redd in Macon. Ga.

... ---.. : ==_.._:::---,7 as.. Thanksgiving-_.... .guests.... Mr.-t-and&T Mr. and Mrs.'w. P. Moore and .fl/ ( Husband Sweetheart and
r family,'Mr. and Mrsl: T. L. Casey # ( 1J ,
#VP and family, and Miss Rachel Boyer : '! '
-f' : of Jacksonville attended a f/i v ; : 1
ut -<, Put. family Thanksgiving dinner at } 1 the other .
4'h* Men Folks '
*.- gy. i.- .v-\ the home of Mr. and Mrs. David t tJ C } .

:" ,..t. .. ;: i.f'/ -. .V \ \ r Boyer 1n' Ocala, !1,
.: .. "" Mr. and :Mrs. Ernest Raulersonand ';-
: :'h J' -. .. \'h4c' daughters were holiday guests ; .'." :
;s: f.Ie of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Gnus in kF
,..... <' _.." a.. CHACT of nando. A
;, .i1"ft.'Jii. < .. '... ..
,. ':? ,., Mr. and Mrs Ray Rosier and
.:,,,,,. -y ,
I... .
;" .. family: Mrs Vivian Starling and
"tJ,-;: (r;J.\---' I n .' family and Lonnie Craft were Jf Qualify
'r Thanksgiving guests' of Mr. and Giftthat

I.L TL.i .;; ffourq ville.Mrs.Mrs. Jack Matthews in Gaines- F{

; .. Fred Moore, and daughter
:.. I e .
Renee, in Tampa last week- will be remembered
: were a
.: \ .." ... end to attend an open house and
: < :, .. ':. ';{; .< family reunion in honor of her
.. '. .:::.....,..:,; '::' ':' ,. ... ,, : ,' ,. .,'. father Rev E.'D. Boyer; who was ;- long, long time.
::1" '..'- : '" '". ..';" .J', .with theI960 celebrating his bOth birthday'an- 4
}f' : :.' 1'1': ': '. .. niversary. All of his children were

:, J.:1.. ,,,: : ;,::t:.'. ::- present. Rev. Boyer. of the Marion* a You never have to
J-::' :..: : :. : a I Street Baptist Mission in Tampa' worry
: : iT ; is believed to be the oldest active ,

l'j; : ; (;Sl>.. t ;' : ': pastor Convention.in the Southern was pastofor Baptist:the ?,. about size or color or other

; ....:: .(I.tf';" ':..'';:; ; ,. Baptist Church from 191&
.. . .. .
......:. :f\t.t) s -,;"' .;,;.;- -!p''r'. :: -: MAGI'C CHEF to 1924. This veteran ministerhas k } problems when you give an

::. ':ii:; ;:J : : ( : nine children, 25 grandchildren ( !

.t :.".:..'' "." x ,'/'''\<''.. .....-:. / .':'.. + ,,: '. and 28 great grandchildren.Mrs. unusual and highly attractive
:.,.' '' .:, :' .'::",:.:j ..::' ...'..... ...: ". GAS RANGE ,! Walter Wilkison.Mrs-Troy
$ f ,
: < "
... 8.2 : ,' ;- ,.r'001 '; Bennett Mrs. Dan Starling Mrs.
; I
:y" : '
b: ':-' ; ..........."',.....-;, .. .." : ," ;, a, Arthur Pearce and Mrs. Seeb' decanter from our extensive I
Harris visited their father S.; H.
> Thompson in Alachua General a I
.; ." Eider Magic C1' f 4. Kjr.it ?yon .' yo OH
4.J :: .:lrc.e join Dad on the fairway! lead the Ufc.ifou like!' had a cataract removed from
his eye.
..: .1'_ ... The I960 Magic Chef has t the ctfokirtg under control.. Recent'gu sts of Mrs- Georgia I
.CY" Ann Sapp were Mr.;'and Mrs.

.The new. Magic Control Centercombint'S ___ __._ .. Skipper Burney of Jacksonville.;
r- may" ; Donald and Gary Bennett and
all own controlsin -
; on? panel along with a _. _u__ i" t their families spent the weekendin Some lines of and
chart of oxen cookincj: 'time .. ".< :-- the S rub:' :' Fancy Holiday Packages Decanters are already in
"\ ;00; Mrs. Mary Reddish had as Sunday -
.and ttrapratu, ;. .. \ : U .0'
." guests Mr. and Mrs. Roy Red-
I Of course the Magic i Crmtrol ,- --- -- dish of Webster, Mr. and Mrs.
l Center includes: I Logan and Mrs.Baldwin Bryant of Reddish.Mr. Starke,.and Mr. short supply and cannot be replaced. Ask about our Special Offeringin

Magic Moal MonitorOvvn ahd Mrs. Rudolph Rosier
t Rcadv Signal Light :- 1 and family, and the Clarence Rosier -
i Small-Appliance OutletBatkpanfl ) j a family .Palatka visited their assorted case quantities. '
t } Lighting father, Britt Rosier over the

I F Automatic; Ci'-oking feature' : 1 weekend.Mr.. and. Mrs.'Joe Shuford and
family of St. Augustine spent the
I' Magitrol Thermostatic Burners ..
weekend with relatives here.
Handy Civf Griddle
i t t, Center-Simmer Uni-Hurners* .r toA J Mr. and Mrs.'W. SI; McRae and

Smokeless Hroiler ; family afternoon of Gainesville guests of Mr.were and Sunday-Mrs. 10 Above Cost On Case Lots

l lied Wheel Oven Control l j. J Bryant Reddish. 5 % Only

t.L. Automatic Ovtn Lighting; t 1 J Miss Barbara Jean Putney of
Jacksonville guestof
A was a Sunday
lUt a hitch vftkpattfe in your .' f: Miss Diann Thomas.TWe '. '
kitchen with Magic; Chef's t are sorry to report that Ed: .. .
I' f1t'W Srnlplll.rt"ti :{ulingft. ; # Durban suffered a heart 'attack : '
.) sculptured panels : 1da'ahr last week and. Is in' Bradford. ; -
,.. ;
ltJ't'rt'd chrome. d >or hand1es.:1: --- -. ". ;;.-, -- County Hospital. H
__. Mr. and Mrs.James Sanders and
> t1lignu lJaclAla n 1. ..,.-' -=--- ..
I family of :Middleburg were' Sunday

Meals the more than I r r 'guests of the Rudolph Sapps. OPEN MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 8:00 A.M. TO 10:00 P.M.
00 rpquirvrru for 'the Miss: Adel Dinkins of, Jackson- : : i
ville is
AGA's GtJd Star Award. spending. this week with
Dinkins her parents Mr. and Mrs. P. L.

,.' S e 'the 1910 \fagic Ch<;f Today[ j ': Mr.Mehose and Mrs.are tne Wesley proud L. parentsof Arwoodof FRIDAY & SATURDAY 8:00: A! TO 11:30: P.M. !'

a baby daughter after having
t j three sons. Mrs- Arwood is the
former Margaret Carter daughter

During the Month of December, for the price of the Cherry Dean of Mr.Point Harley and N:Mrs.on C..Carl leave is viistins Carter.from :: : CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY

his father Sumter Harley and
grandmother, Mrs. A. H. HarleySr. .

Range only, you can get .January.He will,be leaving.for Hawaiiin : : ? II

Mr. and Mrs. G- W. Roberts .. (
TWO CYLINDERS FURNISHED were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Lonnie Roberts' in'St. George,
'Paul Dinkins and son are
Enough GAS for 5 MO. COOKING Here this week for visit with her I Ii
parents the Carl Carters.Mr. .
and Mrs:O.: J. Anders visit: i

DON'T LET THIS BARGAIN PASS WITHOUT TAKING in cd Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs last* Johnny Saturday.Miss Jenkins.

ADVANTAGE OF IT Joyce Futch Elizabeth carried Terry Mr.and and Mrs Mrs. PACKAGE STORE :

Charles Hess to Jacksom1Ile'em =
Monday to visit Mr.. and Mrs .
Fred Hess in a convalescent home. ,
Miss Nina Wells of Leesburg I
was the weekend guest/of 'ter .

SLADE GAS CO.Next grandmother The fellowship Mrs. Effle.MInet.j supper ti&d J _. 11- Miles West of Starke on Route 100 Enroufe to Lake Butler -: I

hymn sing held at the Baptist I
pastorium Saturday night Was w U Ii i
attended. Miss 'Arthuri& = OWNED AND OPERATED BY FRANK LAFFAN .
Door to Winn-Dixie Phone WO 4-3551 and 'of Jacksonville ana-Vc> ._ : J JR J'

Mrs. Tommy ,Hm andean .pf, .
-Baldwin, were out of town .
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STAEKE, FLORIDA. THURSDAY DECEMBER 10. 1959 ,. "' ," '" ,,; 'w '" :#

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!'.((Jrl'. The final score was 6-0. ... ..........nvvmvvvtMELROSE : Workers Listed COMMUNITY ClIfRCH ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS i I It is hoped that next year the!! | Annexation |f, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS OU'RCH, KEYSTONE:
I 'Indians will have their own field. : In Girl Scout'Financial

!II all goes well the field will be ,I I Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.: E. T. Rt'T'I., H. Breyfogle. Vicar
Drive ,
By Mary K. Schaeffer 1 gi-aded during the Christmas holiday -'I Is Defeated Martin u nntl'ndentforning:: Sunday-7:30: am.. Holy Com

and ""be ready for sprigging.I.ions By Joyce Rothhammer j !Worship.: 11 a. m. Dr. A. C. Holt munion: 9:30: a. m.. Sunday
Joyce Warden in the 7th grade; To Install Fence The first annual Girl Scout School: 9:30: a. m.. Morning Prayer -
1tor.Irs. James L.
Honor Roll Students suu.uaaaauauauauai I Hetheringtoa. -
Honor Roll students for theM Herb Nelson, Cheryl Cherry Marlene ;, Last Saturday, the Keystone i'In Vote Financial Campaign in the Mel- ;, organist and choir director.St. and Sermon (Holy CommunionI
-<,ond six-weeks period at Keystone Linsen, Carol Campbell, and 'Lions Club laid the ground-work I' Keystone i Miss Margy Rothhammer I robe-Keystone neighborhood continues first Sundayl: S:30 p. m.
I I[\Vrds Donald Lee Brach with the following parents I Young People meet.j .
Heights School include the Monneyham in the 8th for a fence around the school I William's Catholic Chapel
I Richard I II 1- I.Siid friends of Girl Scouting making Holy Days-7:30 a. m.. Holy
In the interest of
following: In the fourth grade, grounds. safety, Annexation of additional to :. Keystone Heights j
Diane area JI
Glen Few, Richard Purdy Johnny i j.grade; ; and Nancy Sutton I the Lions are doing this. This I I the town of Keystone Heights was ,<. house to house calls on behalfof !I Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. J Communion.

Muir Gerald Sheets Diane Thomas Biokas. Tommy Thompson, and fence will help in organizing more ; defeated at the polls in an election \ i th. Gateway Girl Scout Coun- Holyday :Mass at 7:00: a. m. | YOU'LL LOVE: tt.v
cil Erin*
Jimmy Wildt, Roranna Vall-,arbara Ann Wheeler in the 9th ,:orderly loading and unloading of !held Tuesday.At Betts.: William Beam. Mrs. Erne Tuesday Mass *t 8:00 a. In. j brook pane-size fcantata In
Leslie Ann Beam Laura: yrade. These boys and girls are j bus children, and the children who I Thomas Brannan Mrs. Confessions before aD Masses. pen
dejuli the same time. W. M. [Bill] Donald' Christoffers. I pastel shades. Only $3.0 .t Brat
Ann Triest, Nancy Cherry Dottie to: be commended. It is hoped they [i are driven to school by their par- Baptisms, marriages and Instructions ford
I Beam. a new comer to politics was Dodd. Mrs. R. i Coont't..aplL
I and work-crew will be Haberstroh. Mrs. :
Marcia Haberstroh will continue in this manner ents. The on by appointment.
Hardenbergh. to do I F elected to a seat on the City Council Richard Lovorn. Miss Linda Lovorn. -
will the .
that others aspire the job again next Saturday. Lion
and Ginger
Connie Byrd Bleas-I I I while Fred S. Dodd and H. L. Mrs. George Massa. S. E. Mc-
Millican is in
Tommy charge.
dale the honor roll. Fame.: [ ,IGlet'
I' Club 'Ownbey, incumbents were giventhe Kay. Mrs. Richard Sunderlandand DEPARTMENT STOREMen's
Marshall Beam. Stefan Keystone Loses To Ketlerlinus
fifth grade,
nod in their bid for re-elect
Brokas Mickey Jackson. Gerald I Thursday evening Dec. 3, Keystone i i. the able direction of Mrs. I II .. Mrs. J. W. Warren- 'I Women's. Children's Clothing & Shoes
Lovorn, Tommy Triest, Glen Indians played their last !I.Robert Hendry a group of about! ion.Beam The campaign is held in order'o

Williamson Patti Brannon. Betsy game of the season, a home game' 70 boys and girls have formed a I was high man on the totem *!+" 'r [ provide the Neighborhood'sshare SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTYKersione _
[.ole with 84 votes, while four oth- .'t of the Council's budget. Miss
j Clee Club at Keystone Height
Gltsson. Sharon Glover, Mary A. rn the Melrose field with Ketter- I I
er Council candidates Nancy Brown is the Heights: Lucile
school. Their first will : staged a professional Foster Owner
Law. Junie Ridaught and Mike lUaus Junior High School of St. appearance i
photo-finish race, with one vote Oirl Scout worker assigned to the
be at the First Baptist Church on]
Wilson. Sixth graders included Augustine.; The game which was i i
Linda Anthony Renee Belote, pot on the schedule, replaced the I i Sunday, Dec. 20. They are cur- < being the margin between victory Mtlrose-Keystone Neighborhood. -
and defeat. Dodd polled 73. and
Jane McMurtry. and Carol War- New berry game which did not take' rtntly working on Christmas:
j' music but after the holidays they i iI I II Ownbey 72 to retain their seats, T.Irs. Edna Cooper) left Mondayfor I1A 11&11.AL gAIAaL1)
ren. Junior High School honor place. In the first quarter, the I her home in Westfield. NeW'.1E'rer
'while incumbent G. E. [Edl)
Wiggins -
and I have plans to sing for various organizations -
made touchdown I '
visitors a
students included Carol Stephenson I II .
after a two week visit with
and service clubs.I I received 71 votes, and D. WiDonl
Steve Shackleford, Nancy the Indians controlled '
O'-j|I from then on friends and relatives here. She is
Shackleford 70.
Connor, Cathy Williams and the ball game, but tailed to j They even hope to go to Stephen I ho daughter of L. M.\ Pearsall.Woman's .
I I Foster Memorial to sing sometime.I Mayor M. L. Beasley, Tax Assessor Club ri'iriui11'

SHOWY POLES AND POTS I Mrs. Hendry has quite a job ahead Tommy Millican, and Tax
PHILOS :Miss :
Margy Rothhammer
of Mrs. Bertha Kennedy.
of her, since most of the I Collector Sara D. McDonald were
CHRISTMAS PEPPERS WALL POCKETS children have no public school I re-elected without opposition. ,Melrose became the bride of Donald Florist. High Springs was guest s ;
| Lee Beach in a ceremony performed :speaker! at the regular of
POINSETTIAS CITRUS TREES IN FRUIT raubic background, but she is well Although a majority of voters,' meeting
qualified to do this. Mrs. Hendry both inside the present city limits I at 8 o'clock Saturday the Melrose Woman's Club December -
CLEMENS NURSERY Hillcrest 'evening, Nov. 28. in the Nogales 2. The
--- program was "A-
is: a graduate of the Conservatoryin and in the area proposed to be 0' I I' i
Avenue Baptist Church, Tulsa, inerican Home Department"
Cincinnati, where she did two annexed favored the issue, an-
( Oklahoma. Rev. Joe L. Ingram ::\11 8. Kennedy spoke on Floral Ar-
of graduate work in the
years nexation was defeated because the
t work She also i officiated and a program of wed- rangements. She brought many
opera shop. sang Jatute required a two-thirds majority -
WHITE TOP DRIVEINOPENING vith the Cincinnati Music and for ratification. |I dm? music was presented by Mrs.J. different: dried floral arrangements -

Drama Guild. She has done choir E. Caffey. organist, and Mrs. as illustrations. Alms Kea! when you want It
Voters inside the city approved W. L. Miller soloist.
work in Stubenville and Cleve- Luncheon was served at 12:00
annexation by a vote of 111 for '
I|: The bride is the daughter of noon with New Forced Drill De-
land. Ohio, and in other places tc 16 '| Mesdames J. E. Cross.V. ; .
against. The vote in the area
where she has lived. 261 I'j i:Mr.: and Mrs. Grant Rothhammer O. Preston. John Griner..Murray rifB keeps you warm
to be annexed was 34 for and I Ten if you have a low-
New Schoolrooms Occupied of Melrose, and the bridegroom is Sipprell. Richardson. Ernie
4 against. Since 60 votes were cast draft chimney.Eiclnire 60,000 BTU
19 The boys and girls of the Keystone in the proposed-to-be annexed i the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Howard: and Mary Robinson ser- ,
Heights Junior High School Beach of Tulsa. ring as hostesses. P wer-Ar! NEW IMftRIAl MODEL
area, a total of 40 affirmative Blower alma heat where
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ore now in their classroomsfourof votes, six more than were: actually II The bride given in marriage by The next meeting will be December you want it. Saves up 14.70 DOWN
them. Keystone School Is grow- her brother-in-law Lyle 16 with
received would have been requiredfor Milligan. a program of to 25% on fuel
ing by leaps and bounds. ratification.The chose for her wedding a ballerina: Christmas music slated for the t 1.75 WEEK

Highway 21 Between Keystone Heightsand Chamber Of Commerce: I area proposed to be annexed I length dress of white lace. She p:";ram. Mrs. Albert Bachmann.

The Christmas lighting contest, tarried a bouquet of whit chrysanthemums Music Chairman will be in charge.A .
was several blocks in the southwest "Where Service Is.Assured"REDFEARN'S
sponsored each year by the Key- and carnations on a covered dish lunchl'onill be
section of the city.
stone Heights Chamber of Commerce white Bible. ttrved.Scouts.
is open to all home-owners Mrs. Lyle Milligan sister of the : I

and businesses in the area. Six mas Card from Mr. and Mrs. Burt bride, was matron of honor. and Recently the boys from Scout

prizes: delicious hams will be a-,Spear of Ocala. Enclosed with wore a street length. dress of sapphire Troop 109, attending a Camporeeat

warded to the lucky home own the card was a piece of sheet mu- blue satin. Crystal Lake, received first I

ers. Three certificate awards will sic entitled "Amo Te, Amo Te," Little Jackie Trosclair and Julia .Class award for camping. Six Keystone Heights

be given buisness winners. Judging 'VoIds and music by Burt Spear Miller wearing blue taffeta bro- <(
will take place sometime between aid Dave Ringle. This is not the cade ballerina length dresses, served -
Monday. Dec. 21 and first music Mr. Spear has written.In as candlelighters. -- -
Cnristmas eve. Details for this the past few years he has sent Leon Stefanoff was best man

I lighting contest are posted on the us several copies of sheet music for Mr. Beach and ushers were

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLORIDA Post Office Bulletin Board. For for our non-existent piano and W. L. Miller and Raymond Hale. Be Thoughtful

additional information contact we are glad to know he is putting After the ceremony, Mr. and

Mrs. Joe Daurer 4331. Just talent to work. Old- entertained with
at renumber his musical Mrs. Milligan a
WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY that this year judgingwill timers' may remember Mr. Spearas reception the church. Assist-

THRU CHRISTMAS FOR YOUR be in two different areas: religious principal of Keystone Heights ing were Mrs. Leon Stefanoff and SANTA CLAUS

and commercial with School and recall that he tried to Mrs. Ted Seism sister of the

SHOPPING CONVENIENCE three prizes for each area. instill a little music into all of bridegroom. and Mrs. Melvin

Home Demonstration Club his students. Since we are without Trosclair.

I The K. L. M. Home Demonstration a piano or the adequate ability to Out of town guests were Mr. 1t t: .

Club will hold its annual play this music, we will undoubtedly and Mrs. L. A. Pearcey of Lubbock Give the that

I Christmas Party on Wednesday,1 take it along to Choir Prac- Texas and Mr. and Mrs. ,,. gift 4 ,
Give S&H Green
Stamps Dec. 16. at 10:00: a. m. at the home tice to ask Mrs. Bachmann to pay V. Craig of Springfield. Mo-

of Mrs. Emery Cooper in Lake for us -Amo Te, Amo Te" (Means After a short wedding trip the
Geneva. There will be installation 1 Love You.) couple returned to Tulsa; to resideat Keeps on giving. %4 \

of officers at this meeting. 104 N. Tacoma.Mr. .
GIFTS ... For All The Family 4-11 Club Meets What Happened To DuPont! and Mrs. Grant Rothham-
amused at the
The 4-H Club at Keystone We were rather cier celebrated their 40th wedding

: :Heights School met at 2:30: last alert Lawtey Lawman on T. V. the anniversary at their home December -

Blenko Glassware Thursday afternoon at which time ether evening when he mentionedthe 2.Mr..

the younger girls worked on aprons 60 cars which "go to Humphreys -' and Mrs. Perry Colemanwere

:Royal Haeger Pottery I and the.older girls workeden to work" every day. We pre-' guests of Mrs. Coleman's HOTPOINT 3-CycI

the skirts they are making. sume that there were raised eyebrows parents. Mr and Mrs. Lavelle Mc-

Brass From India Brownie Scout News in the homes of DuPont Gee, last week. Mrs. Coleman is
.& : all over town at this
Brownie Scout Troop No. 229 j employees the former Mary McGee.G. .

ST Metalware From Holland held election of new officers at I:.oversight. Someone should tell P. Hendry of Gainesville, AUTOMATICWASHER

their last meeting on Monday him. who formerly lived In Melrose.i zLL

afternoon. Dec. 7. Dottie Harden-I [Continued On Page 12] visited his friends here Saturday.,j!
Candles For All Occasion
bergh is the Chairman, Gina .1
I !Massa is Secretary, while Roxana .
And Many Other Interesting Items Valldejuli is the new treasurer.
I Plans were made to invest then

I w Brownies at the Dec. 21 meet- LIII
TOYS and
GAMES mg. At this time the girls will MATCHINGDRYER
hold their Christmas party also. UNUSUAL

DuPont Staff Dinner I
:Complete Line Members of the DuPont Super- f .

visory Staff and their wives are "d : -

from infants to adults anticipating the annual Christ- '
-- "
mas Staff dinner and dance thii

I evening, to be held this year at
the Holiday Inn in Gainesville.

Library Notes I
CARDS ... by Gibson Miss Caroline Ferguson, Librarian -

; of the P. K. Yonge Experimental BUY THEM
School Library will be at (Pre-Packaged>
GREETING CARDS for All Occasions the Woman's Club Library on TEA TOWELS
Dec. 11, at 3:30 p. m. to
Friday. I

7 Beautiful Line of Christmas. Cards the tell stories children to will children.remember Many Miss of I SPECIAL at only 69c Then Start Paying Only $3.00 Per Week For Both!

...I Boxed or Individual Ferguson when she was here last
vear as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. I (After Trade or Small Down Payment)

Roy Watkins and told stories at

Make Each Package the Library.All children. are invited. 1960 Calendars Unusual DesignsBeautiful

Mr. Carl G. Benson was the
A Thing of BeautyGift guest of honor at a surprise birth- HURRICANE I help you with your Christmas purchases You may buy up

day party on Wednesday evening.Restau- WOODCARVINGS I to $100 worth of Christmas merchandise at out store PAY
i'DEC. 2. at the Tiny CANDLES I

Wrapping Paper Ribbon rant. Party hostesses were Mrs., f I NOTHING TILL JANUARY: 15. So earning charge or service -
Benson and Mrs. Elden Klmmons
who succeeded in making it a real 165 Hours charge. Just three Jan. 15 Feb. 15
String Tags Seals TieonsANY From equal payments ,
surprise for Mr. ,Benson. The SmokelessKENYA i
:;jests enjoyed dancing and a buf- COLONY Mar. 15.

BE fet supper. Those who enjoyed the Red.- Green Amber I
evening with Mr. Benson included Africa I
GIFT WRAPPED : Mr. and Mrs. Bert Christof- I ..
fers. Mrs. Bert Christoffers. Jr., : "Where Service Is Assured"REDFEARN'S

Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox. Mr.I
Arnold Larsen. Mr. and Mrs. Bill i

Scales Bill Beam Jess Lewis, and I
Keystone Heights, Frank Walrath, Jr.all of Keystone VILLA PLUMOSA MOTOR COURT

G en a S Florida Heights and Mr. and :Mrs. JamesW. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLA. .
Cooley from Daytona Beach. I ..
AMO TE AMO TE (Next Door to Lazy Susan Restaurant) I PHONE 4252 Keystone Heights I

We have just received a Christ- --

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yyyyyyyymyyyyyyyywwyyy I will give the winners a party I II mother, Mrs. Edward Maguire j t

KEYSTONE Sunday, Dec. 20, is the date for ,. spent Thanksgiving weekend tour- J
I I,the Sunday School Pageant. Help mg South Florida. I
HIGHLIGHTS ,.is needed with directing, props, i Mrs. Albert Bachmann, Mrs. I '

and costumes. I Paley Boyd, and :Mrs. Herbert .

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA The Trinity Senior Choir and 1 Nelson have returned home after ''. --- -,. -
,I the St- Anne's Senior Choir will i ja nice three-week vacation. Mrs. -
[Continued From Page 11]
| practice jointly until Christmas J Bachmann and :Mrs. Boyd drove''ii .

Public Invited to C. A. P. '!Eve.J i I i to HOlyoke, Mass-' and Mrs. Nelson -i i 'Makes food taste just naturally-better{' .

The local Civil Air Patrol I Sunday:: Jan. 3, there will be a accompanied them as far asI' _

Squadron is featuring a film on ],:'
the Atlas the I. C. B. M- missle, :i I all the gifts and memorials to St. i, ; to visit her two daughters and : Mri' .

this Friday on their training pro- I j I Anne's Church will be duly dedi- 'i\ \(their families, Mr. and Mrs. Edward '

gram. The public is invited to cated to this, God's house. I'j Szymanski and Mr. and i' A. .
attend. I St. William's Church: I Mrs. Fred Hartmann. On their '

Membership to the Civil Air i I The regular monthly Covered i i turn trip the three ladies re-I '. 4 <

Patrol is open to all male or female -i Dish supper was held on Mondayevening ed the wedding of Milton Starnes ': -.:
I .... I'
personnel 19 years or older.I: Dec. 7, at 6:00 p. m. and Jeanie Griffin at the First i t' ;,
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The C. A. P. is a unit of Civil De- ''Father! 1 Dougherty called off the Baptist Church in Claxton. Ga. I j I j. \ '

tense, specializing in groundairrescue 1 j
work.CIIURCIi i: 'because all the boys and girls in ; expected on Friday at the homeof i y

NEWSCommunity I j' the Jr. High School category had her daughter and son-in-law natural I ii I

Church News: 'to 1 watch Firestone's "Eyewitness Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nelson, and :

December 13 is Universal Bible I I 11* History" at 7:30: as a school Herbie Jr. Mrs. Ryan will remain

Sunday, which is observed all over assignment. the rest of the winter. .

the world, reminding us of the i i! Choir Practice is still held every Rev and Mrs. I. W. McLean' ,

importance of God's Word.i i Wednesday evening at 7:30, and I i ii have just returned from a pleasant -

Three circles are advancing i 'each Sunday at noon. I I vacation trip to the North i if '. .

tneir meeting date from Dec. 21 ,: We are grateful to Mr. Neal and I where they visited their children '..

to Dec- 14: Circle No- 1 led by I| Mr. LeBlanc for the fine collection ] ;and grandchildren. They had 1\'.

Mis. J. O. Himble will meet at 'box for the Poor which they built i Thanksgiving with their daughter '

1:30p. ,j and set in the rear of the church. j and son-m-law, Rev. and Mrs.
her home on Lake Geneva at 'I j no other fuel gives you every advantage. .
m. Circle No. 3 led by Mrs. E. I It is truly a handsome thing, and I Tom Hawxwell and family in''

W. Dwyer will meet at her home I goes well with the new pews. I Farmington, N. H., and they visit-

at 1:30: p m. ,, Personals '!; ed their son and family, Mr. and fast. clean. safe. economical .
The Nightengale Circle led by''[ Thanksgiving was a happy day Mrs. C. R. McLean and children ;i '3' OONC3n '

Mrs. D Thompson, Jr.. will 'at the home of Mrs- Ella C. Bird.: I I in Amesbury, Mass. They stopped i!

i.eet with Mrs. E. A. Rushton at There was a real family reunion I Ii to see their grandsons who are in':' and fully automatic!

7:30: p. In.Sunday. i(| with her son, Dr. D. Paul Bird and :school in Stonybrook, Long Island, \ .

evening.. Dec. 20 a his wife and son and daughter t and they also visited in Boston.I .3e ,

Christmas program will be given I from Lakeland; another son, John I I:Mass. and in New York City.
E;rd and his wife and son and )
by the Choir and the Sunday
School. The Choir will give a con-I i I daughter from Okinawa; her ne- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Take a tip from the world's great chefs I Igo

cert of Christmas Music in the I I Iphew, Mr. Lloyd Singley' of Keystone KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. gas! No matter what you want to

church followed by the Sunday .!I Heights, and her grandson R. Smith, pastor. Ralpn cook you'll get better results with R.
1 .
Piogram in the Educational Build- :'j Lt. J. G. Paul Bird from Norfolk. Copeland, Minister of Music and
: V d.. who had just got off the For- church organist. a new automatic natural gas range! t. .

ing.On Dec. 11 the Young i i ircstal. Paul, who is John's older Services ,b"vi; 4
Friday, : Sunday School, 9:45a. There's no waiting around for burners >,r,
.. ... .
People will hold their regular son, is now located at Brunswick, m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. r rp3aai.-.ry + '

and to natural starts i ito . . : ., .. ;
Open House In the Educational I'I C&-, where he is a Naval Instructor. Training Union 7 p. m. Evening ovens warm up gas : .: : 3

Building. I., services 8 p. m. cook the instant you turn the dial.
The Community Church Board There was another family reunion "Make church worship a family
on Thanksgiving at the affair." The number of heat selections is
of Stewards will meet on Tuesday
evening Dec. 15 in the Educational -j*,I home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Law- unlimited, so no heat's wasted. Yes,
ence. Their :sons: Harold Donald FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Building- j j I natural is just naturally better! '
and Howard and all their wives Cor. Call & Christian Street gas ,
First Baptist Church:
and I I I children helped to make it a Bob L. Badgrett, Minister
The Women's Missionary Union
,happy day for the Lawrences. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Worship -
of the First Baptist Church ,,
1 Mr and Mrs. Harmon Smith. and Communion 10:45 ayH3: Oyu
met Tuesday morning Nov. 24, : a- m.t Y 4 .4'wma M1Yt.'y'hyW1 i
:I I II l I
formerly of the Canal Zone, are Chi Rho 5 p. m. Choir Practice
at the home of Mrs. J. R. Smith '
I I comfortably established in the I'I'I 6 p jn- CYF. 7 p. m. i ;. ,
for a Mission Study of the Book.
(La Cresta Apartments on Law- Wednesday, 7:30: New ..
All I p. m. vwo XTV/f t& A.f-fA-v
"By Means. Mrs. James Puc- .
!1 I cnce Blvd., for an unlimited period Training for Senice.AAAAAAAAAAAA : xi- A iM4:.
kett, Mrs. Smith Mrs. Ted Oglesby -
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of time. Until their household .. '}.A:.
and Mrs. Leamon Ward reviewed registeredat A A a& A .wv:4 ::.:'"';.! : ; ). .A dw'n {.
goods:: arrived they were a : 4..t':.SYar.r: ,Cyr ; x
the book. A covered-dish f ,:,;t.rS
the White Feather Court. ; -
luncheon was enjoyed at the noon i I .A.A...
. hour. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clapp
I from Clearwater, Fla., have returned I
The Women's Missionary Union
to their former home. .tllti tia'ii3v"c5Y.;
Week of Prayer was held last I
Keystone, and are at the White I
week, and the theme was "Oh,1 Feather Court. I [Continued From Page 11] { :w'IrriXr:4wa; : :Y#ixx :: r3>5>s:; i E.vy'Y y.n-.

God. we pray for all mankind." '
of :Mr. and i boys, Rchard and Kenneth :
!I> Thanksgiving guests Tom- .
Meetings were held in the varioushOll'es a'" a are.wyt.
Bleha included theirdaughter 'iinson, John W. Allen i
each morning, except on ,Mrs. Eaward Larry Price,
Wednesday when the Junior Girls'i | and family. Mr. and Mrs. ana John and George Allen, at- '
and two daughtersfrom tended. Last weekend
at Gather Quen some of the
Auxiliary presented a program
Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Scouts were at Silver Springs attending '
the prayer service in the evening.
and Mrs. Paul Har- Ross Allen for
Smith; Day Scouts jAtttending
Tie arranged by
programs were .. '
this '
Mrs: William Waite. Prayer Chair- : were Waiter -

manMrs. Ted Oglesby is the vey.Mr.. and Mrs. Ed Whitehead and Wilson, David Chiappini and
Barbara and Joey were John T. and George Allen. The
Councilor for the Junior children;( w
Auxiliary.St. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and U/ys were accompanied by Char .
I family les Williams. who brought his two) k
Anne's Episcopal Church: Mis. George Schaeffer and
sons, Mark and Steven : %
this week.
During November and Decemberthe
The Cub Scouts will hold a Bake'! '
Young People of St. Anne'sand Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lee attended
:Sale at the Post Office Saturday
Trinity Church in Melrose are I the Motion Pictures ExhibitorsConvention morning, December 12, from 10 tot ,
having an attendance race. They I this week Monday 12. I \

seem to be running about "neck!I through Wednesday. Dec. 6-8 School News _

and neck" now. This month they the Robert Meyer Hotel in Jack-
Big news for the Beta Club this
have a Mission trip to Welaka. a sonville.
week is the Beta Club Convention
Hay ride on the 19th, and three I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conneen and
to be held at the Hollywood Beach ;
Sunday night meetings. The losers son Peter and Mrs. Conneen'sNew
Hotel in Hollywood, Fla. This ;year
the entire club plans to attend. Tw

Subdivision The convention will be held December :
111213. i .<> ,*>V *& % *'? r lt.y

tr JUST OPENED ON The long awaited arrival of class I '-)' ., ?... x .. .*. r>. T.{- J-x'-'? *SM< -<

pictures came last week. The purpose -

of taking these pictures is

IN LAKE FRO\'T: LOTS Gator Bone LakeNear to have a picture of each student ra'.a

t for the School Annual. also provides S.

Keystone Heights parents a chance to purchase ;
Studio ,. .- .a.
BEACHESNice portraits of their childrenat '
reasonable prices. ; : V '
Shade Large Lots 'Y
Also coming out last week were :
TO S2.575
$2,275 leport cards. Unfortunately, many
20 PER CENT DOWN 5 YEARS TO PAY raients: were disappointed in the

cards brought home by their chil- ./
dren. ,. n'A. ii
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"Susie The Siren" Presented
Heights Phones 3071 2031 4151
I "Susie the Siren". a three act
Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 '0
I comedy was presented in the Mel-

rose High School auditorium. Saturday .
I : tia: : ,,i : ) "
night, at 8:00 p. m. The ,}.. IA'x. y i;.; : 1'n
missed cues and forgotten lines I p ynr adr..x Y n)3. x i. g vY'Ax, V.L. + iS' 'r / ;Yft .

were often as comical as the play { cG

itself as time after time the .
; s .;Ri, .36.pa' :
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Smart characters looked desperately to / ,, i "I ; ? r

prompters for help- However, it t

I was a well-chosen cast, and they b 3 N .:( y.' +3r4 S y:': ':,+ fr, ,- l -

gave a fairly good presentation for x y, : .
ACCESSORIES their first effort. ; ;

The FFA string band composedof }'n 14;(., ir; .s ''A '1fl Yj s.+, I 'vim;:. !

Danny Pridgeon. Mark and | ", ''
;'+ r"/r.3Rv
Charles Gaboardi and Jimmy' AGE
Williams, provided music between ,

acts and before curtain time. I Don't tie yourself willy-nilly to one s '

Members of the cast included I ,j I'' across-the-board service when
Dale Fallin, Sandra Ridaught. Carole .
for the e. are so many things today
Allison. Winslow Fredrickson,
Carol Hansen. Alvin Lilly. Mike which gas does so much better!

SHOPPINGWith Lawrence. Larry Brown. Linda Sue Just naturalbelter for UIQ BIG home services i!

Strickland. Barbara Turner, Ma.1
ida Griffin, Mary Anne "
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Don Butler Charles Brown, Peggy WATER HEATINO rut. ufe, more dtptndable...more economical l by far-
; Wallace, and Jerry Burnette. #Y. .
Mrs. Clarence Holden directed
COOKING Rt Uur nt chefs prefer ftt Past M-tutematlc, 100% heat control .
the Other
play. juniors helping
with the play were Delores Pri-
dgeon. Judy Harpe Sandra Read % HOME HEATING Even warmth 'In every corner! No fuel' supply' : wCrrI"I.I -

Laurelle Jones. *

your personal checkbook in your hand Melrose Defeats Hawthorne, .. INCINERATOR. Sanitary' dltpo..l of gerbtge and trath without smoke or odor .

bag you have at your fingertips all the money;, AnthonyIt f

was victory all the way last REFRIGERATOR, with no moving part! Dependable In emergencies .. .
need but
you to buy things- none to neek for the Melrose Bulldogs as

they swept all four games played. r
AIR CONDITIONING 4ualitYmethod..can
OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT WITH US SOON Tuesday night they avenged, the combined with heating! ,

two Melrose football losses to
Hawthorne. The boys' team went CLOTHES DRYER Truly today's greatest and most economical worksaversSTARKE .

wild as they romped over the

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Hornets to the tune of 85-35; ft

50 point difference-

A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community : Outscored in every quarter, the MUNICIPAL GASSYSTEM

Hornets trailed 40-18at halftime.In .
Keystone Heights Fla. : #
the third quarter Melrose scored -

Member F.D.I.C 27 points while keeping Hawthorne

to 4. It was a little more .. -
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Auuu.Au..uu..uA n I scorers for Hawthorne were M. i iI yyyyyyyy yyyyy yyyyyi .CHURCH OF JESUS CUBIST Prayer meeting followed by I Baker and Wayne Tillman both I LATTER DAY SAINTS I I Witness my hand and the seal nr cit-rk i choir rehearsal
i on Wednesday
COLORED'CITIZENS c.nrf ihi 1 0th day of Xovem- County Florida.
ah 10 tallies.It
.MELROSE \\ ;, Services each Bandar in o4 7:30 p. m. t.. .\. I> HY; 15/S 4t 1:'24
: wasn't such a cinch for the Masonic Hall Call
: on E. St. Sunday L
Choir rehearsal on Thursday at
girls, though. They had to play OF BRADFORD School 11a.. m. Sacrament

.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy VVY? hard to keep out in front. At half-i Service 1:30 p. m. Everyone weJtome. 7:30 p. m. FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke

(Continued from Page 12)) I'time they led by a mere three I I By Ozora Shell .... The Stat* Of Florida To IRoy ,

points, 2017. At the end of the AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAim. Smith: 1 lYon r-
Melrose netted 18 and Hawthorne .mi &A '*' hereby notified that : Rev. Lewis D. Raines
thud quarter, they still held their I > HOPE ,BAPTIST CHURCH are a ,
came up with 13. I! meager three point lead 31-28. :i CorrectionsThe 'and girls will play Yulee Junior 1 I THERESSA prii .n has been filed in the firrait ; I
Court of Bradford County. | Jefierson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town
Bulldog eager Larry Cooper was In the final quarter, they broke i i release on Thurston Elementary High tonight in Yulee. Miss Spear- ,, Seven miles South of Starke F.r! ;d... in Ohanrery. by Eugene |

top man for the night as he tallied loose with 13 points while holding School was unofficial due mon Is assisted by Jessie ,Moore j|I' Route 100. on I.. ler wifV.-f y to Hirt Ideally and Mary adopt Allen L. ffirt.Smith hiss, i j Phones: Office WO 4.6501Pastorium WO 92301SUXDAY

41 points, followed by Calvin O'- the Hawthorne lassies to 5 and to the absence of the principal Ji. "Joy To The World"..a Christ- j I. a nnor child: and you are herebyr
!Steen with 20 and Johnny Prevatt won the game. 44-33. lor confirmation. According to mas pageant will be presented on Sunday School 10:00 AM.. Court"Htiired| and tn In and appear in laid! SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.
on January : ,
with 16, both of Melrose. Top Melrose's Virginia Ford was topStrobo's Mrs. S. C. Price teacher, the Dec. 10 in the school auditorium- I'I Morning Worship 11:00 A. M. Message !:":". at 111:1111 oVIwk A. M.. and Ii.l to IIn..n i Sunday School 9:15 A.M.: Training Union 6:15 P.M.
community has not planned for The program is under the -direction I I by Rev S. Cuthbert on the and there :!'hQt'aUllf' why petitio |

:ind will not have a PTA meetingon of Mrs. Z.. B_ Jennings and topic The Joy of Christmas fail to:* should do yo. not the be allegation granted.! of If raid you j'I Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A .

Garage & Radiator Shop Dec. 14, as was stated in last Mrs.. W..M. Randolph, and will J i Music." Training Union at 6:30: p. I. The ('Ir,.." Cavort Of Rradf.rdtuttion i
week's issue. The next ,In. Evening Worship at 7:30 will be taken a* confessed '
meetingwill feature-the chorus.-A small donation i p. m. J\- you FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU
be held in January. :Mrs. will be asked to help send J Series of messages on the Book ofRevelation. Tht order and notice shall be '
WINTER SPECIAL Price was not taken ill while away this group? to the .spring music> I : Topic this week: The pnMij-hed in four successive, Weekj| AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH
; ] ly issues ff J1'rddr(>rot County Telegraph -
during the Thanksgiving festivaL j and False Church. ominencinr r>etm!>er J, 1S! !!.
Pressure Flush Your Check Water I
Radiator Hose and
holidays but has suffered with a Christmas Prnentativn ==
Radiator LeakyOne Gallon; Prestone Anti-Freeze ,I coid for quite a long time. A date II l'.. '...-., <...
|I The public is cordialy invited ,
All for $5.50 (Re?. Price $6.35)). On Install Anti- las not been set for a Christmas :; to attend the Christmas Chorict I I II

Freeze $3.10 Per Gallon. Also program at Thurston Schoo' i t dramatic, presentation, "No Room j
Special on Brake Plans for practice for this pro- For Him." given by the choral 1 I THE CHURCH FOR All All FOR THE CHURCH
Jobs. :am have not been made to this
and dramatic clubs of RJE School.
date.-Signed: Mrs. s. C. Price, I ll ,
1t 1t t teacher. The program will begin" at 5 p. m.
t '!Sunday., Dec.13'in, the school ; d I : '
Basketball Schedule
1 t-afetonutn. Principal characters
I The following schedule was released -
of the play are William Watson I
) irom Principal Thompkin's I& :M.r : rtbJvsg
PIerce -Jr., Milton EUerson. An-
office on Monday: Dec. 9, Lincoln I
nette Shell, JoeCephus Johnson
I Sigh,, Gainesville there: Dec. 11. I
JosephDemps, Lonnie Johnson ,
OLD Callahan, here: Dec. 16, D & B I
HOW and a host-of other characters .
$ St pool of St. Augustine, here; -II II
: aid members of the Glee Club. 1 1I 1i
Jan 13, Green Cove Springs.
.ia: ,qr I IQS j There is. no admL ion charge. The
\<: ;::<: : there: ; Jan. 15, Green Cove, here:
production is under the direction
KaISYOUR Jan. 20 Lincoln High here: ir
of Mrs. Wessie Morris, music ,
x : Jan. 22, D & B St. Augustine; epe.cialist 1i ,..
t..e tiz' ,.... Jan. 25. Crescent City, here; Jan- for Bradford County. i ii y ;lly tw E i
i;:: :::: 27, Hastings, here; Jan. 29, Callahan i:: CHURCH NEWS j

!a. j there; Feb. 2, Crescent i.i i Regular Trustee Day. will be .. .

1 City there; Feb. 8, Hastings, ;: held at Allen Chapel A. M. E. I
.i I Church this Sunday starting with '. .f ...
thereCoach'S- Butler and Shell !
BATTERY 'iZ{ f will announce February games i j Sunday School at 10 a. m. During I III II

,1 later. ihe morning worship hour the 1. t- I

.. The public is invited to attend Junior Church will have charge t

1"lJ ,4/! j all of these games and follow the i. cf the program with Willie James II
., I[i Randolph as director. Children of
"-t y | Tigers and Tigerettes whereever 1
and when was it I they are scheduled to play. the Kiddie Kollege Kindergarten, r : 1i 1

!: Anderson Junior High under the direction of Mrs. Pauline i

last checked? j I According to Miss D. M. Spear- Marshall will be featured.

mon roach of the school. the boys I Evening service will begin at 6 p.
m. We are happy to announce the .
If your battery is more than three years old, you can' scorer with 23. M. Porter split the i j j.let If rrival of a baby girl for Mrs. May II

expect it to wear out any week now.. with 15 for Hawthorne. I Lois Morris. Pittman former president I II

And regardless of its age, if you haven't had it Friday night found Melrosa: I I of our Junior Church. She L I,
hosts to Anthony. The boys made :L" at home on the Old Lawtey ,
checked for water recently, you're in for trouble. I : Iii
j it 4 wins against no losses and Road toher''many'friends.-E- J. ;
: r.
Stop in at our Cities Service station this week fora the girls made it 3 wins against 1 Ii I Givens. reporter.In f' .'.t .

free battery check. If you need a replacement, we j i defeat as the Bulldogs once again spite, of- rain, ,.more than 30 I

have the best the Cities Service dry- harged"TriEll" were victorious in both games. attended Sunday School at Antioch -
battery. I The Bulldogs took a 29-9 half- Baptist; Church' At 3 p. m. the lIt

time lead over the Red Devils. choir sang at Waldo' Elementary .

The dry-charged "Tri-FilT battery is guaranteed'lOO I Melrose coach Dave Barber" played School and assisted In the celebration THE CHURCH FOR ALL I

% factory-fresh, because the power solution isn'l many of his reserves in the last of the 9th anniversary of ALL FOR THE CHURCH I

added until it's installed in your car. What's more.' i halt, but won the game 5437. the Miming Star Lodge No. 46, The Church ia Ac |rclnl f. lot oni4 When I walk cut <*i* my front door .. I

the Tri-Filiy I High-scoring eager Larry Cooper OES. 'Guest speaker was O. R. <* I for fo bttiUmf ol. ti"jicr .&Jfood it always gives me a good feeling '
greater liquid ,careahp.. Il tlorelmii .r(
i did not play in the game. Shell; and Worthy High Priest to see the spire of the -church down ;
reserve means it needs water just Calvin O'Steen took scoring .: spmtaalwtas.Wiaoetastro.gChurch.t '
I Alexander gave 'the 'respoDSe'. At the street. ,
cither' 4motr c.Jza'io.
<* roof CAlI
three times a in normal ,, honors with 16 points for Melrose, 7 eta 4.
year use 7 p. m. evening services'were con r .....i'l. There are lour found +oas .
and its tough insulation pre. i followed by teammate Ray Renfro ducted. Practice-was started for f.lir orry ptrM. ihoulJ allmJ wnKn A church spire males you look I

vents to I with 15- Irvin Butler chipped in the Christmas! program which will -_ '.. "i'llarl.d support At Church. They upward. You have an irresistible urge .. :
power up 13 for the losers. wl For his to at its highest point. It IS a .t.
bt held on Sunday, Dec. 27, .at rr: (1)I For his 01\11 (2)) gaze
:70% longer battery life! I Laurelle Jones led the lassies to 3 p. m. 'Women's Day program cK.Uf site. (3) For fo wlr; of Ucomauiiir lofty symbol, the physical manifestation :,

.. i. Big trade allowance for your CITIES SERVICE i a 45-31 victory over the Anthony will be held ail .day Sunday, starting Mil Miion. (4) For the rte of an ideal. '.. e 1
j 20 Ann Smith .( the Quirdi tbtlf t ..t.!H|> (IKtJ hi*
old battery, too. girls points. with Sunday School. At 9 p. m. .' .'
Pin Sometimes when I .:
raged l M4 partial Mppcrt. I* (o step through ;
was high scorer for Anthony? with The Spiritual Echoes will' present ,
.. _
I Lsd tapd"1y *4 J J- Bible my front door, my thoughts are on
a program of Gospel music with 4..110, "down" look toward
I the side. Then I
SILCOXCITIESSERVICE Friday night will find White I Clarence Desue'at the pianoA: 1
Springs in Melrose for a return Dt duel CUpter Vines the church, my eyes travel to the .
silver offering: will be taken. '
1 I meet. This is the only team that !Mother Murphy, chairman of pro. IImcIq Moadg! t Reeelatw C\ronir1ee w 22 :0-31 6-Zl sky, and I feel better, no matter what -
i''l has been able to defeat the Mel- gram. Sister Arata Williams .re- T-.r LcYl\KIIII H 1-:0 ay troubles .a
I l rose lassies, and then only by one \11 i ub" 19 III'l'bundI.J
porter. :a 20 I.I Next time you're near a church -

point. Tuesday the Melrose boys' I Communion service will be held _. fnd& f I iii Atoptp $II u 1-JI.try it and see. Better still, try going ..- .', .

1, 703 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. I(I team will host: St. Joseph's Academy this Sunday at New Bethlehem 4 : : inside. t

... of St. Augustine. i Baptist starting with Sunday I .
School in the Youth Building. I .';
:; %' Tour.tht 1i'.K..I.r A./h.S.r.ke.S"-4 4'a.i .
Evening service and communion
ft, .., r ; ba at 7 p. m. Music by Choir No..'3. ; . Y
Mrs. Margaret DeSue, president. 7 <' -- > -1 "

Mother Sophia Royal is spending
N6"..' d .-'. -" "
a short period with relatives, in .otrt.lrur6aio4V xUsaR+.al.t: % :- uy.

iDY ''Ft. Pierce. Deacon Julius Royal
nas recovered after spending'a; i

: } ?' f !wtek Marshall in Doctors reporter Hospital.: -Paul5ne These Vital Messages Sponsored As A Public Service .

Sister Laura Whitmore is improved -'

Gti.ti after having enjoyed, the'' .. .
services of her sisters for two -t' ;

bf ,t : .rt | veeks. JOHN A. TORODE
i Mrs.'Maude E. Magee is at the GASOLINE GREASE

I bedside. of her mother night and

day and expresses sincere thanksfor FUEL OIL DISTRIBUTOR FOR KEROSENE. _
sae,,,.. the courtesies extended by ..
friends during her prolonged ill-
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Yrb?? ness. OILS .':
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist .

Church had a' fine day' last Sun '

day. Please observe the following
!schedule Monday, 6:45: p. m., .
Faithful Few .Clubv.Tuesday, 6:45: '.

55 I p. m., choir practice Wednesday, FOR KEROSENE OR FUEL OIL '

6:45.UL. Prayer Meeting; Fri .
\ day, 6:45 p. m-. Prayer Band. = -' Madison and Cherry St. PHONE WO 9.2011 Starke, Fla.

t Sunday night at 7 p. m, the Simon \ I

Sisters will present a'program at I

the church. Everyone Invited to t
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pll activities.-Miry McBride,

.. -4'. S. zX' ...c'a. I I porter.Jehovah's Witnesses re.,1, GUY ANDREWS WESTERN- AUTOam Rosen'Y erg & Son t

I The Starke congregation of Jei,i Real Estate Associate Store I New and Used Furniture

\ e !fovah's Witnesses are planning to !

I attend a three-day' training pro tf

gram in the Wilder 'Recreation.f I ..

w V ( f Center, Jacksonville, Dec. 11:13.'i: .
Willie McCollum presiding minister t' GEM IH I
Denmark Furniture Co. FARM HOME
Maat'S. of the local group! ,-states that; "
ov Jehovah's Witnesses are enrolledin J. JEWELRY

:;;' ministerial training of at least"! j Of Starke And Auto Supply
live classesweekly In the mini-" N. L. WOODBURN:

stry-developmenfprogram'held in I
the local Kingdom HalL. I

>! f
!f -
-11l Methodist Church EDWARDS' J & J BROWNLEE

1" Sunday .[Universal:Bible Sunday I. fi Grocery and Market Building Supplies, Inc. & CHASTEEN I

,.. t 1-Church School.: 9:45 a. m. .
i.--=4) Morning,Worship.' 11 a":'.m, message j. 1 1',.
For a big thrill in a small ....= ..
'* 'The Book.of,the. _Ages"MTh' j
package,there's no match for = -.1 Snack Supper,.$ ..p.. m.'- Youth ;j : '

Electrical Gifts. Selections Meetings, 6:30 p. m.Evening_ Worship I Community' State Bank WARREN'S 5 M IT T Y 5 I'

5-.. 7:30 p. m- : .
are bright...prices light. -
are Monday Methodist. Men's Of Starke Shell Station Barber Shop
,* Nice to 1 I II
-c give and WONiufulYour 3 Supper, 7 p. m. t f

Electrical to receive. w Tuesday 7' Monthly meeting of, I I
the WSCS followed br Christmas I .
Gift wilt say '.- J !
But please dont delay Tea honoring all new'members.- of
Merry the society, 3 p.,ml, f TERWILLEGAR
CJsristnuut your favorite electrsew.nw: r] "' GIB BROWN'SService I
!:, Wednesday 'Prayer Meeting I J Grocery and Market '
every day appliance dealer today.t if t1 and Biblestudj. ; (\ ;'7:30' p. 'L "J MOTORS I ILA
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FLORIDA I POWER & LIGHT CO t Thursday Ladies Bibie.dascroon; .Prayer..group meetsin SON'S Station Your Authorized Ford: Dealer:'
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