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 17, 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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Families Moving In Council Orders Mayor"Pleased"

I i! Council Discovers Referendum At a special meeting Wednesday

19 Homes Sold 10 OccupiedIn night, after; completing itS can- Charged
f i vass and aving obtained legal ( CrueltyGuards
Taxi Ordinance
Club EstatesNineteen ; Act Required"Sfutp Majority'In advise as to' the special legislative:
Keystone act. Councilman E. E. Wttliams I

moved that} the Council ". declares Indicted
homes have been sold The two other families alreadyin Buys 100 Meters !
I Mr. and Mrs. a surprise turn of events, the Town Council .of Key- the iiroposed annexation is ; ,
to date in Keystone Club estates.I occupancy are : hereby accomplished and confirm- i
: George E. Larue of Baltimore IJ J i I stone Heights took a careful look Tuesday .night at the j
ed and the clerk is
the new housing development in I bid, and Mr. and Mrs. "Cap"Brune I Tuesday night's four-hour i special legislative act authorizing its annexation. /referendum itructed to certify, the hereby ijesults in-I I SuspendedEleven

Southeast Bradford County near!I Freeport. Long Island. I Council session was so jampacked and found the issue had carried rather than lost:un the Dec. this election fro\ the Secretary; ,

Keystone Heights. Ten of the I!' Other home purchasers whose with business new and old, 8 voting. I -- ..- the State of lorida.. The. motion .

homes are already occupied. houses are now under construc- that City Clerk Merrill Edwards Until the Council meeting Tuesday in annexation elections. Duringthe was seconded Hy\ Councilman FredS. prison guards all resi- ;j John O. 1JI)1)aJho reMd in Un-

Employees of Sperry-Rand I' tion, are: Mr. and Mrs. August didn't get a chance to "read the night, Keystone officials had discussion.' City Clerk Jacz Dodd and \tananimotisly car- dents Baker of Bradford, Union. and I lun County. James A. Barton. Andrew -

Corporation at Gainesville lead in I Felman, Detroit, M cn.; Henry minutes of the last meeting" until me impression that the act authorizing Haberstrqh brought forth a copy ried. All Councilmen' were present Counties were suspended t Richardson and Earlis Harvey -

newcomers to the new development -i' Gray,_Washington, D. C.; E. C. mid-way of the prolonged session. the referendum required lof the annexation act and except G. E. Wiggins. I Wednesday by H. G. Cochrane of Baker County: Albert Lee
a careful Jr-
accounting for five of the I|. Logsdon, Melrose; C. L. Clark When adjournment finally approval by a two-thirds majority reading revealed that 'a simple Clerk Haberstroh said he intended director of the Florida Divisions I|Stafford Melvin McKinney. and

new families in Keystone Club]j I formerly of Jacksonville, nowI tme at 11 o'clock the clerk had ci those voting in the city limits, majority. of 'inside" and "outside" to certify results of the of Corrections. Cochrane's 'Ronnie K. Griliu who reside at
Estates. They are: Mr. and Mrs.I I with DuPont Company: and L. L. 11 legal cap pages of handwrittennotes :as well as those voting in the area.voters was' required> rather than election to the Secretary of the followed indictment of the ihe prison.

Carl Darden, Mr. and Mrs. Tom I'|I Stevenson, with Sperry-Rand, to record the night's busi- proposed: to be annexed. I .. two-thirds majority." State today Thursday). men by a Federal Grand Jury in Others named in the indictments -
Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Howard!i I Gainesville. ness.Tighter Canvassing the Dec. 8 election '8.election. Mayor M. L. Beasley expressing of Tuesday on charges' but who have already left

Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne!j i Four other houses are now regulation of taxi companies returns was an order of business. In the Dec. the annexation great satisfaction over the sur- "torture and abuse" of prisoners .i, the prison employ are:

Elder and Mr. and Mrs. Roger under construction for people in seemed in the offing as proposal -was given, an prise happy ending to the Dec 8 at ,the Raiford State Prison. j j Earl Leslie Chcsser of Bradford

Bryant.Of I I Detroit, who have placed a down Council instructed City AttorneyA. at the regular Council meeting I overwhelming majority, of 111 for election, said h\e would ask the Cochrane issued his statement County, former guard lieutenant,

the other new residents. payment on new homes in Key- J. Thomas to draw up an ordinance Tuesday night and during the to 16 against within the city Council to adol!t a resolution set- suspending the guards after and James H. Dunn former guard

three families are from Detroit I stone Club Estates.G. modeled after the one process, a discussion developed as I limits, and 34 for to 26 against in ting forth the j new town limits Mending where all day at the prison. captain, who were fired from their

Michigan: Mr. and Mrs. John Ben- D. Wood, the developer, plansto now used by Hollywood. Fla., to procedures used by other towns the area proposed to be annexed. and designating an effective date. I,: he studied the indictments jobs several months ago after a

Eel Mr. and Mrs. L. J. LeBlanc,II continue building homes as which Thomas recommended. ana made his own investigation' otate Cabinet investigation of the

and Mrs. Mildred King. fast as they are sold. Among other things, it would By Development Commission School Holidays / of circumstances surrrounding the uiirged mistreatment which fol-

I icquiie that proof of public convenience - charges. He said that Prison Warden lovrcd; a riot in the prison's maximum -

: and necessity must be Start FridayChristmas DeWitt Sinclair concurred in security cell block.

Register Named All-Area Coach; shown before a new company Bids Readvertised On Warehouse; holidays for Bradfordford his. action. 1 Ir The lourteemh man under in-

trould be given a permit to oper- .r The 11 guards affected by the ;! ciclment is Edward R. Taylor who
ate. Other suggested requirements County students and teachers Suspension order were: j resigned from
his guard position
Three Tornadoes On All ConferenceLennard would be examination of drivers. Pre-engineering Underway tAt SiteLayout will begin Ftriday. Dec. 18., John C. Batten, and Russell last Jan. 31.

;periodical inspection of equipment The school program will be resumed Carter both of Bradford County: The fir;> indictment: returned

and a requirement of 24- on Monday. Jan. 4. Hubert Griffis. Allen Griffis. and (Contmued on Par 6)

Register, head football hour. seven day week service. and pre-engineering at Dec 18.The I -

The Conference-winning Brad- Council decided no to get into I. Seniors Huff
coach at Bradford High, has been the site of Ute proposed new, new structure. will .be a
ford Tornadoes topped other teamsof the. regulation of rates. 1 I ,
Coach of the
area the area by placing three players In the matter of purchase of Florida Development Commission pre-engineered steel building with

for 1959 by the Gainesville Daily on the All-Area high school 100 new parking meters Council surplus property warehouse south. 100,000 square 'feet of floor,space.It '

Bun.The youthful Starke mentor football squad as selected by the decided to abide oy the recommendation of Starke on U: S. 301 was started site will'aibouf be located 2'1-2'onra-31274'miles south acre: of AJuiii&uff ,
Gainesville Sun.
guided his Tornadoes to their of Police Chief Riley this .week 'by representativesof Starke 'purchasedfroni'Lex k!
Named for All Conference first Sweat and authorized purchaseof being :
third straight conference crown the commission from Tallahas- 1 '
Green : '
team honors were: Tommy Clark the equipment from Duncan for-12,00b. The County 6.0Victory F-J-
this season and posted an enviable The ,first bids received on the and the cost of t
end Hank Graham guard and Miller Co. of Chicago, at $51.35 City are dividing,
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overall mark of 712. Under his see.
the' property.' ....._. .. ..
meter, with Terms ofdyment. M ,
Harvey Tanner, quarterback. per trade. p
guidance, the Tornadoes have never will be $1.50 per meter new building on' Dec. 1 were ..rejected 'At.'present: .. pre Surplus Proper A determ 1ed.Junior Class elevEn -
Gainesville and
High School
lost a Keystone Conference per month: with payments not to because proper performancebonds ty/ .Department is;housed;in 14 huffed I and puffed its way; to a
since the formed Santa Fe each placed two men on
game were.not and.
attached,_ new :
separate .buildings
belo i1nc' to
three years a- the 'mythical""team: while Lake start'until next- spring.; v !6-ft*.Yfctorjr over*tiwSentocngirlS'in
bids will the com-
S..eat'sald Duncan bg opened by :the Florida Armory Board atCamp' '
Early last fall It appeared that Butler, P. K. Yonge,. Newberry, the mission Tallahassee on" Friday the annual powder"puff; game
Miller meters, as well as an auto- :Blanding.. _
this would be strictly a rebuildingyear and Branford got one each. played Monday night in 'Bradford
for the Tornadoes. They had The Tornadoes also came matimeter made by Rockwell -
Mfg. Co. had been tested here and Park.: Profits will be sharediby the
lost> 15 boys from their fine 1958 through with three second team

team and Center John Miller was spots: John Miller, center; Tombo he thought the manual type meter F{ two'classes. a +rs -

the only returning regular to the Smith, halfback [tie]; and was the most satisfactory. j a1Y The game's lone touchdown: ( was

I.Sam Gardner, fullback. Council aso authorized Albert s scored by Linda_Blackburn for the '
line.Gone Kartmann, local machinist, to recondition -
also was the squad's crack Included in the honorable mentions Juniors, in the second quarter.The .
Quarterback Bubba LaMee; but were: Larry Elder end; Allen five of the 135 obsolete
meters the city has in storage here Seniors short on :reserves,
Register found an able successorto Crews, tackle; Ronald Craw Senior Co-Captains Carol Temple (left) and Margaret Ann
tried hard but never threatened.
at and them trialto ,
$10 each give a
the post in Harvey Tanner and ford guard; and Richard Dugger, Dinkbu (right) forget their bruise long enough to rnngralu-
see if they can be used in cer-
to build solid
managed a good ,
late Junior Co-Captains Mary Hugger and Linda Blackburn on
I tain areas. Man And Wife
hard-hitting line. So successful yf a '' s S.= hard-fought ,'i .
work endorsedby <-toQ'
tvs the "rebuilding" that the Tor- Recreation
City W. T. Jackson, who
nadoes emerged for the third Mayor Taken By Death
said the machinist had devised a ,1.ih
straight year as conference r -
champs. Holiday Schedule means of altering the works in Within

During the past season the Tornadoes -I the meters to prevent them from Days

AnnouncedBob jamming on two coins, the chief s -
on a crunching j
attack reason for their being discarded. Death, striking twice within
on offense and i rPEN5P&g -- a k
Council followed auditor GeorgeDandelake's three days took the lives of an
passed only four or five times-a i Benner, recreation director, recommendation to i
game. "We stuck mostly to ground has released the schedulefor elderly Starke couple last week.
attack because it worked for us," following buy billing and validating ma- ; Mrs. Anna Hess, 76, died Dec. _
activities during the coming Nt
Register commented.The chine equipment from National 8, and her husband,: Fred 70, died .
holidays Cash Register Co. at a price of r If
Bradford coach's success Dec. 11, both in'a Jacksonville
Fourth grade Boys Basketballwill .510,770.00. Dandelake said the National .
this year, as in the past, can be meet nursing-'home"where they had
on the Starke Elemen-
attributed to the theory and practice I equipment would provide been transferred from'a local hospital -
tary playground at 3 o'clock on of M1a '
for future expansion
of hard work. The pace Rep They had been in ill health
Monday, Dec. 21 and 28. Fifth the city's utilities, including natural a.aria
ster sets for his charges may for some time. Mrs. Hess died
and sixth grade Girls and Boys whereas equipment offered j
seem a little rough at times, but gas, OFF FOR HI Y MEET after a cerebral hemorrhage and
Basketball will meet on Monday by Burroughs Company -
he is convinced it pays off in re- Mr. Hess' after a.heart. attack.
Dec. 23 and 30, at 1:30. Trampoline would not. >
sults. Spanky McLendon, Mike Redweekend.. The four attended a (Mr. and Mrs. Hess moved to
classes Will meet at the usual Jn other action Council: :
The hard work gets us in condition time dish Frank Williams, and Harold State Hi-Y Convention in Pensa- Starke five years, ago from New
on Tuesday afternoons at to
Gave a cool reception a suggestion -
for the game and not only 3:10 : Tyus display sign to leave no cola. Tyus is president of the York and resided at 618 W. La-
and 4:10.: However, the Sat- from the Chamber of Junior Squad members after in their
moment of
can our boys play longer and doubt about their destination last local .chapter. fayette St. pose game
urday class will meet on Thursday Commerce Board of Directors that triumph.
harder, but we have fewer injuries Mrs. Hess was born in Newark.
Dec. 24 and 31, at 9:30: am. the city move.)ts sanitary land
In the game because of our tough Win Football Banquet N. J. on July 3, 1883, while Mr.
All classes meet at the Armory.The fill garbage disposal site to the Independents
I conditioning schedule he says. Hess was born also in Newark,
Scout Hut will be open to industrial park area in southwest Set For'TonightThe
Register was high in praise of on April 201889.Funeral .
check out basketballs and other Starke as a means of filling in First Two GamesThe .
this year's group of boys. "They'rethe services for Mrs. Hess
equipment each afternoon from this property to make it suitablefor annual Booster Club banquet -
finest I've ever worked with were held at 11 aan. Thursday,
Starke Independents bas- -
Is the way he puts it. "They're 2 to 5:15 during the holidays. industrial "sites. honoring members of the in the
Decreed that it would not be ne- G ctball team has started its season Dec. 10, DeWitt C. Jones
small, but they've got a desire to Final games were played in the playground! i Tornado football squad will beheld Chapel with Rev. Bob Badgett of ,
with two victories.
ccssary to designate a
Volleyball; league on Monday
play football. We had 21 boys whodidn't j in the high school cafeteria the First Christian Church officiating -
night. Dec. 14, Starke Cabinet area in Lavan.Andrews' new sub- jdi 1 Saturday night the Independents ;T--
miss a single day of prac- Shop came from 'behind to beat ?sioI. in southeast Starke because j defeated the Ranch House Thursday,,Might, Dec 17,.-starting Burial was in Crosby t
i Uce"Register .at 6:30: :Spurgeon,Cherry, head of Lake Cemetery.Final .
Maintenance Shop 6-15, 15-7 and of proximity of the new five of St. Augustine 8061. Carleton ;
has been in the coach- I Athlet1 ,
oouthside School playground. |I Koch for the Intramural: s at the Uni- rites for Mr. Hen were
was high scorer
Continued 15-10 to complete an undefeated -i"r'
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season. Jaycees defeated Prison: Laid plans for moving a palm i.locals with 24 points, while Townsend versity Florida, will be the main held at 11 a.m. Monday the y'e
at Jackson speaker. Jones Chapel with Rev. Lewis D.
154. 0-15 and 153. The final on the city parkway I Strickland was runnerupwith
ELKS LODGE I!standings are as follows: Cabinet and Walnut Streets that was said .1 16. Trophies, AH Conference Awards Rabies. pastor of the First Baptist -

to be traffic hazard by obstruct- letters,and other honors Church, officiating. He was
I Shop. 9 wins 0 losses; Mainten-I ,a i In the opening game on Dec. 3 '
view. will be made at this time. buried in Crosby Lake Cemetery.Mr. .
Christmas ance Shop, 5 wins, 4 losses; Jaycees ing the Independents defeatd the Senior Halfback Margarrt Dinkin (etrnnn left) gels away

4 wins, 5 losses; and Prison Decided to rent the city's drag I Green Cove Navy Bullets 81 to 64. Hess is survived by one I to a long.run around right end with the remainder of both
]line to the Starke Golf and Coun- Negro,Fined $300 brother C arles Hess of Starke
Party 0 wins and 9 losses. I Koch was high with 31 points, I teams In hot pursuit.In .
try Club for use on the.new golf and a sitter. Mrs. Amelia I II
and Strickland followed with 22- Hoopj
Quite a bit of interest has been
I course at $5 an hour.,which would On Speeding Count of Newark. I
For Children expressed in organizing a bowling Playing with the Independentsthis ( __ -__=-i_
operator for the
include a city'
league. Therefore an organiza- season are Stanley Clark,. I
County Jaogp-T.-. Yawn last
with city supervisionto g
Florida TheatreSat. tional meeting will be: held on equipment see that is was not used in a Frank Dryden, Dewayne Elder,I II week placed 'I300' fine or 9Oday'sentence Annual Elks Party I .* i i

Monday, Dec. 21, at 7:30 at Roger Bryan, Sidney Jackson
p.m. manner that would damage it. I on LI B. Henderson 34- For Children I
., Dec 19 the Boy Scout Hut' on the Pratt I David Bristow, Hugh Ingram A. year-old 'Jasper Negro: charged

Street playground. Anyone inter- Rotarians See Q. Smith. Strickland and Koch. with' driving from 90 to 100 milesan Saturday MorningAD
10 A.M. ested in team The team is sponsored by Koch's R.K.frf
sponsoring a or hour::on,SR 100..;about nine
bowling in the league is urged to HolyLand: ScenesDr. I Drug StoreChurch miles south; of ;eke.' children of the area are invited

be present so that plans may be Heft4ttSan.otbld the Judge his to enjoy the annual Elks

This Space Contributed arranged. Carol Wright, resident director Basketball speedometer was.broken and he Christmas party. at the Florida

of the Penney Farms Home tlidn't know how fast he was going Theatre this Saturday morningat .a -

Weekly to Publicize No Commissioner Community showed colored slides Meeting TonightThe -', > 10 o'clock.

sad gave an interesting talk on John.W-- Williams, 27, owner of Free movies win te shown and

Community Events by Meeting Dec. 21 his travels in the Holy Land at final meeting to organize a the car,and' resident of White candy and fruit distributed to all

the Rotary Club luncheon meet- Church Basketball League will beheld Springs was ctAJiof'1rlth having children attending.

THE COMMUNITY There will be no mid-month ing Wednesday.T. : at 7:30 tonight [Thursday] improper brakes;-"and 7 Johnnie- Each child is asked to bring a

STATE BANK neeting of the County Commis- .. Casey'principal of South- in the TJSO. Any church wantingto Davis.. 38.:also Pf White Springs toy for the Elks collection: which

OF sion on Monday Dec. 21. Regu- side Elementary School was inducted enter a team or anyone whoj and a passenger'bf'the car. was jl will be used ,In the baskets to be

STARKE I lar meetings will be resumed on as a new member at this j would like to play in the league charged:'with 'voluntary intoxica- distributed to underprivileged "

Monday Jan. 4. meeting. I chould attend this meeting.. cs:. olz.8- oth,posted. .|tt bonds. I families before t rlstaaas. spite of defeat, Seniors manage a post-game smile.longe .

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tr--. ,..-- ....-.-.- -.-.-.-,-.-.-,-.- -,- -.-..,:'l, Denton DeVoe is confined in Col. and Mrs.\. J. A. Griffin were Lions To Host i and Mrs. R. A. Kilgore of Palatka.J.days! last week with: her daughter.:i.Prison Pageant

: I t IIi I the Bradford County Hospital with in Lakeland last weekend due to 1 j The wedding will take place at I'I Mrs. Bernice Starling of Jackson-I

: -I I virus- he death of Col. Griffin's mother Ladies Night. I Paran Baptist Church in Grandinon ville. I J i On Tuesday, Dec 22, a special
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gahagan of Mrs. Ollie Griffin, 82. Mrs Thursday, Dec. 31, at 7:30 p.m.!
.. I. I I,Bluffton. S. C- spent the weekend Griffin was a early resident of "Ladies night" will be held in with Rev. Robert Knight officiating. i I Mr. and Mrs. Jackson of Gainesville .I performance of the Christmas program

-with his mother, Mrs. Mattie Ga- Lakeland having come there in I the Lions Den on Thursday even-i No invitations are being I' visited Mrs. Maude Hess will be presented for the

: IL 1-agan. 1884 from Georgia. Funeral services ;.ng (tonight] Dec. 17. The members -, sent but all relatives and friends,,I last week. I people of this area at the StateI

.. -, ,! Mrs-O. F. Siemer, Sr. was visit were held Sunday afternoonat and their wives will enjoy a are invited to attend the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter and I.Prison.) It will begin at 7:30 p. m.
Medulla Baptist Church( near I Cnristmas party consisting of a Written and produced by the
: !i I ing Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.last Thursday H. F. Booe and in Lakeland. I.diort program and an exchange _-_-_._._._'-_._._._._._-_-_._._--__._._._._.Y1 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter and inmates, the program Is entitled
---- I Mr. and Mrs. J. L- Cole and son, cf gift>. I daughter were shoping in Jack- "The Christmas Story." The play

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Burton and : Gary Hildebran, David Canova ;Friday. Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim I The Lions "smoker" was held NORTH SIDE isonville last Wednesday.Mr. I IvrJl be accompanied by background -
I Mrs. Dora Burton of Atlanta have :,and Bud Lawson will arrive home 1 Mr. and Mrs. L- C. Hinson and Dieter and sons celebrated an ear- ;last Thursday evening. Dec10, i and Mrs. Pervy Johns,Mrs. j music sung by the Inmate '
from Mars Hill College!ichildren of Orlando. and :Mr. and at Matanzas Inlet, below St. August I By Mrs. John Cowart I
spent the pat week with Mrs. ,I Sunday '1 of Lake City ,ly Christmas, complete with I Alma Thompson, and Mrs.. Myrtle I Choir. I
Alice Anderson. 'N. C. for the holidays with their Mrs. S.Sunday F. Strickland visitors of Mr. and Christmas tree and turkey dinner -I inc. Club members and three I 1aa....... < ........ mete: shopping in Gainesville Wed- A most enjoyable evening awaits
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parsons j respective families. ,were before the Dreiers returned :guests attended and enjoyed a ,nesday. those_ who attend this program.FIoMa .
of Amsterdam N. Y. were Friday | Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch spent I Mrs. F. W. Strickland. to their home in Toledo, Ohio. i.delicious seafood dinner. No program Pastor J. D. Kesterson conducted -

to Monday guests of Mr. 'and Mr ; several days last week with Mr. Purchase any model of Singer Mrs. Edward Hail Miss Della was held at this meeting. the regular worship services -. '!-- --- .- -
Clyde Terwillegar. 1 and Mrs. H. A. Durden at Jacksonville II Sewin Machine at Denmark Rosenberg and Mrs. Nate Dyal I I on Sunday. Congregational sing-j -

Miss Jackie Hobbs. who has | Beach. Furniture Co. tt attended the Jacksonville BPW .Young Adults I'teg.; with a duet by Mrs Alma I i

: been interning as an instructor in I! Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hocker of 1 Mrs. Meredith Lee and Mrs. Cmb's Christmas party at the Yule SocialThe I Thompson and Mrs. Rita Tilly.1 Theatre
the Home Economics class at the (Lake Hoppacong, N. J. are spending I Minnie Wunderlike of Riviera George Washington Hotel Sunday I Have i was enjoyed by everyone present. \
St. Petersburg high school the past I from November to January Beach were Saturday visitors of afternoon.Mrs. I The heating system in our edu-
.. eight weeks will be home Friday with their daughter, Mrs. Smith i Mr. and Mrs- H. A. Lawson, and Bessie Faxon and Mrs. Young Adults Class of the cational building is sufficient now
for the holidays. DeVoe and family. Mrs. C. H. Register. Mrs. L. R. V.-rgie Flynn have returned aftera Fust Baptist Church held a I and every classroom is very com- THESATURDAYMORNINGIFree.
S Students arriving home this I Moore who has spent the past six weeks' stay in Mobile Ala. Christmas party Tuesday eveningin f 01 table. We wish to thank Mr i
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weaver of I
for holidays Lawson fam- the church recreation room. Othma Harman, Mr. Johnny Cow-
weekend the Christmas three weeks with the with relatives. They are now at
Williston were Sunday visitors of include Dave Long of St. I!tty, returned home with :Mrs. Lee Mrs- Faxon's home in Gainesville.Tax The hall was gaily decorated :sat, and the Griffis brothers of
: and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. I :
Mayor (Andrews School. Middleton. Dela.; and Mrs- Wunderlike. Collector J. R. Kelly attended tor the occasion with holly and Maxville for their work on this

: Mr. and Mrs.V. M. Jackson I[from FSU, Bill Weldon Jackie. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Valenski and a state meeting of tax collectors tOO candles, with the same decor- project. j Show
and children of Ocala were visit- ations used on the buffet dinner "Conflict of the Ages"
Colley, Jean Mundy. Mary Agnes F daughter. Barbara are making m Orlando early this week. The play,
: ing Mr. and Mrs Fred Leonhard i Matthews, Nichols table. I and gifts for everyonewill I .
Patsy Nancy their home in Starke. Mrs.\ Valen- Mrs. C. A. Knight spent Mon- a program
: the weekend. I I The 38 members and guests enjoyed -
:did Barbara Bates Randal Martin 1 ski is the former Miss Bobbie Ca- !day and Tuesday with Mr. and be presented on Wednesday
S Ann Elder and games and exchanged gifts I Dec. 23. at 7:30 m. Everyoneis
a Douglas Nolin; nieion of Starke. Mrs. C C. Shepard in Lake City. p. 10:30 A.M.
MBM BHBAaMMMMM H MH M M H H 'Frances Landrum and Kenneth Rosie Girton of St. Petersburg I i. Mrs. John Love Wilkes left after the dinner. I invited to attend. !
jTyus; from Florida-Southern; and visiting i to spend the holidays On Sunday evening, Pastor and I
week Wednesday
was here last Recent Births Free Show will begin at 9 A.M.:
,Jrvan I Mrs. F. H. I Mrs. Kesterson went to Jacksonville The Saturday Morning
Covington and Dudley Har- Cleveland Neal, of Theres- !with her daughter
j Florida ''dy from South Georgia. sa.her son Evans and family in Coral Gables.Mr. .I I Bradford County Hospital announces to visit their son-in-law whois I on Saturday, Dec. 12 because! of the Theatre's opera

and Mrs. Charles Lance and I I tions.
the following births: ill.Mrs.
I family of St. Simons Island, Ga.. :I Sarah Alvarez and Mr. and !
Mr. find Mrs. Gordon J. Jones
and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burbankof I of Starke a daughter, Darlene !Mrs. Bland Matthews and daugh-I ADVENTURES OF DON COYOTE
j i Fernandina Beach were visiting I Denise. Dec. 11. |I ter, Bobbi of Gainesville, were ,, .I
TheatreSAT. City FishAND Mrs M. W. Lance and family over Mr. and Mrs. Donald Whitaker!! dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold ,f
the ,'Teekend.I : Alvarez on Sunday. i This Was Made Possible Through The Following Merchants -
I uf Starke. a son, Donald Ray. Dec. ,< several '
i has Mrs. Lois Carter
Mrs. Fred Blackburn gone I :
: I I to Washington D. C. to meet Mr. 12.Mr.. and Mrs. William Claude

., DEC. 19WARNCR I MEAT MARKETPHONE Blackburn who has returned from I I'Cogdill of Starke a daughter, ARE YOU GOING TO MASTERS ELECTRICAL SERVICE

: I six: years in Okinawa with the Sharon: Kay,Dec. 13. NEED C.EM JEWELRY
SROL.n.r. State Department. They will return I

: wy I WO 9-1093] to the home of her mother,I nyy..yynyyyyynyyyyyyFLORAHOME assistance in the prepara- CRAWFORD BROTHERS GULF SERVICE STATIONSIMMONS' :

; CLINT"WENNE 617 E. BROWNLEE ST. STARKE, FLA. r Mrs. Laura Colley for the holi- i tion of your 1959 Income '
Replace your old sewing machine AND GRANDIN
r- BILLY HARDENBROOK belt with a new Singer Belt SEE : CITY

,% mm from Denmark Furniture Co. U By Daneryynyny.nyy..yyyyyyt NEIL TUCKER & J BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc.

Hugh B. Ingram pnncipal of
.: -.' Fresh Pork C BUS, attended an FEA meeting in Public, Bookkeeper I: STARKE MOTOR PARTS
Tallahassee Monday. The Ladies of the Florahome 120 S. Court. Starke .
.S : s.v. I Dwight and Ronnie Thomas of Church of God held their Christ- NORMAN: ELECTRICAL SERVICE
i I Ph. WO t9851'O 4-2545
t Brooker were dinner guests of I mas party in the Education building -..1
I Pork I''Paul FaulknerJr.. of the Church on Thursday,!I WILLIAMS JEWELRYTERWILLEGAR

Miss Mary Brownlee of Baltimore Dec. 10. Dinner was served followed ----1 MOTORS

j Md. will arrive this weekend by devotions. Reports of
SPARE RIBS to spend the holidays with the Card and Flower committeeswere

her mother Mrs. H. L. Brownlee.Dr. then presented. :Mrs.: Opal I I
I i .
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"* ( worn :MM TOMB: *+"'1BI3HH1B1M Smoked and Mrs. Argen Boggus Jr. Lilly presented en outline of KINDER j
'.- QJRW! !; GmQ.> a i.aytlirlUlRtp6 \and children of Tavares were Stewardship and Mrs. Rather gavea Each Child Attending
MOO m W O.oa
l IIJGIJIIOC'! K88J6.SNATAUE I BAroN) I weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. report on the study course offered I
t." I Jim Chasteen.Mr. on Africa to start in Jan'I . __ I
: I
and Mrs. L. O. Hazen spent SATURDAY MORNING SHOW
Pork Side I uary.
.., coon
v last Thursday to Saturday in st.Petesburg lrs. Lillian Sturdivant was the JTO ; ;
attending a "Right ofWay" of
,, With RIBS .surprised recipient a Christmas 10:30 A.M.
seminar.Mr decorated box of baby gifts from
and Mrs. L. A. Davis were 'i
the ladies.
. 4a.. HT t F RTRE I in Tallahassee from Thursday U) Hostesses of the party ",'eref ; EYES : PLEASE BRING A TOY

SIGHT POUND I Saturday where Mrs. Davis attended Mesdames Jane Moody and Formy. I II
) ., i a meeting foe.the Centennial ; Puval. '
Eighteen 'women attended. -
.1'1 -
/ celebration of the War Be- i I

STUNS All Pork, Country Smoked tween the States. The ladies will hold their Jan-,. I SYLVANIA ; For The Underprivileged Children
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Tipple have
uary meeting at the home of :Mrs.: : I
moved into the house at 727 Cypress I I
.. j Formy Duval. WITH
.., street formerly occupied by I Sponsored By
Mrs. Alma Clark I
SAUSAGE 49cFresh received ;word
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee, who have : IIA1OUGHI. I
that she has a new grandson. He )
w.la moved to Deland.Mr. THE ELK'S CLUB
was born last Saturday afternoon
ta. and Mrs. Harold K. Davis '" !
to Mr. and Mrs: Elvert Setterfittof
have rented the Kincaid upstairs \

..... Ground apartment street at 326 N. Walnut T.Jacksonville.L. Drake of Florahome and I Starke Radio & TV Make This A Joyous Christmas For

.... Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin his son-in-law and daughter. Mr.I
and :Mrs. Roland Tanner and babyson 311 East Call Street
w ft have had as guests.irs. Mary Every
IJ w HAMBURGER Allen, of
Grandin, attendedMr.
l. .==:4 Reddish of Lawtey over the week- : Drake's neice's wedding in Starke, Fla. I
"... end and Mr. ,and Mrs. Denton
.a. WOOD Houk and family of Gainesvilleon Savannah, Ga., last Saturday afternoon -
Sunday. Dec. 12. They stopped -
a. KARLMllLDEN1Jiiiiiu1lilJIJfDi in Claxton, Ga. on their return I
1 dcclTlll HENS Small ib 19 at Singer Denmark Sewing Furniture Machine to.Needles il trip and visited with Mr. Drake's I

father, J. B. Drake.
... ._-::.. ra Attending the Alachua County 'I
4 __ v/1': Mr. and Mrs. Oscar G. Halverson -
Cafeteria workers monthly meet-
v of Florahome had as !
ing and Christmas party at the guests
Plus "Puppy Tale" Cartoon last Sunday afternoon Mrs. J. S.I'
Westwood Junior High School in
*. Motes and daughter, Mrs. B R
.Gainesville last Friday evening
J"Sun.., Mon. Dec. 20, 21 CHRISTMAS SPECIALSGifts I were Mrs.Sarah Hunter Mrs Mil- Pierce of Sanford; Mr. and j II .
I Mrs. B. G. Halverson of. Gaines- ,
tired Lawson and Mrs. Mattie Gresham ,
LUUE ville and Mr.
and lira.
of Starke Elementary Cafe j
I terium, and Mrs. Emma Lou Osteen of Hollister. i

For Men and Tomlinson. Mrs. Minnie Rhoden, Mrs. Alma Griffin of Grandin! '"
... E Boys and Mrs. Ruth Shambarger of announces the engagement and'!

Southside Cafeteria. approaching marriage of her

Archie Green will undergo a daughter, Miss Pricilla J. Griffin. -

4 RODS REELS SKIS GUNS tcnsilectomy at the Bradford to Charles R. Kilgore. son of Mr.ON .I
-._MtNY County Hospital on Friday.Mr. a
expeb0(wu I I and Mrs. Lloyd Green made

o".ScoP:SOUOoD I ISTEIlEOPHONIC .I a business trip to Gainesville last ANN SELLS-IT I! rV -

I Friday. Ou JA GNANN t *
tPlus "Swimmer Take Air Hunting Jackets Extra Bobbin.., save time-Stock :
'Cartoon. i i np with Sinter Bobbins at Denmark }

; I i Furniture Co. tf

.. Tues., Wed. Dec. 22. 23 I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Graudon and 13
family will leave Monday to
I and Coats II spend the holidays in Palmyra 4 Y, I l AFwUI \ ts

It, i Pa. with her parents,Mr. and Mrs-
I Io
I I S- A. Wentling and family.

PFC and Mrs. Eugene Tanner 1 P1 Ai
I and son Gene, of Long Branch, .1 LU4hla *'

,_ I Gun Cases N. J. will arrive this weekend to r. 5H !TW&i

'. spend holidays with their par- 5
ents, .Mr./and Mrs. Adolph Gay
1 and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tanner. tl

ONEMA5coP: COLOR or 01 lW4.i All Above I A Qrf Discount Mrs- Pauline Torode entered the a, J'hou9hfaucet'slealry+ occoiimtBy
m&IIONIC.- Bradford County hospital Sundayfor kfoa

"plus "Plumber Seville" Car- Items at IVQ Thru Dec. 24 observation and treatment.Bill .

1oon. Green win arrive home this
weekend from the University of
a. South Carolina for the holidays. l
Th .trs., Fri. Dec. 24,.25 Plenty of Gene Shaw of Macon. Ga. and r making'regular savings deposits with us

.' Mrs- Frazier Shaw spent the weekend She's not nervous each have of
----------- payday you can a reserve
She knows we're
; I with Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett tops I i
AMMUNITIONOn in Jacksonville.Mrs In plumbing service. cash in the bank to draw on for special

HAL W AWS'mv.tTDt I J. W. McIntosh Sr. has had !
as guests Mrs. Sandra McMillanand Don't stand in front of your house occasions, as your account steadily grows.

::"career"I I Hand LV son. Randy, and Granville and holler when your plumbing

Jones of Jacksonville on Sunday, gets oat of hand. Call us and i! THfRE'S NOTHING QUITE LIKE MONEY IN THE BANK.

v ib DEAN MARTIN and Mr. and Mrs- W. McIntosh, well hare that faulty faucet or!
Jr., and daughter of Jacksonville -
ANTHONY FRANCIOSA pipe fixed ht a jiffy. j
on Monday. !I IorsE
SHIRLEY HuUINE LaMar Shaw and Miss Pat
n Beecher of the University of Georgia iiGNANNOAV FLORIDABANK
4 CAROLYN JONES STARKE BUILDERS are spending the holidays with

4 aM.oa.yrs Mrs. Frazier Shaw. -

.4. Mrs. R. F. Demorest is,a medical -. rar uv ra er ; At STARKE ;

:Plus "Lucky Faucet" Car- SUPPLIES Inc. Hospital.patient in the Bradford County I Gill or'21(...IUOrTMth0.Dk.tro4ai'01r., ..t.it.FCOEKAL DCPOUT,,w."*"ci CC"
,1oon. Ann Adkins of Gainesville spent
-s. the weekend' with her grandmother -

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.. Woman's Club :l I:Christmas Formal I

I Christmas Tea I!4:Woman's Club

Is Lovely EventThe Is Gala EventThe

Christmas formal given by
Starke Woman's Club was
the Junior Woman's Club was en- :
i -1 the setting for a lovely Christmas I I joyed by all who attended last Friday ,
ta Wednesday afternoon of last : evening at the club house.

,_. Glad, -Mooty' 1_'_. '._..... _.___.1 1 week honoring new members and I I I Pink was the predominating j]I: ,
.rl I members of the Junior Club. color used in the decorations. The

DuPont Staffers Company "C"i< i I The club house was beautiful :guests entered through the-lounge |'I llll ",
/ which I was attractiively decorated
Christmas Host To LadiesAt for the festive occasion with a I I
Have in pink by the Senior Club members. -
Christmas PartyCo. C piiJc and gold color motif carriedout i I The ball room was decorated I

Dinner-Dance I in Christmas arrangements with pink tissue paper Christmas I

I C. 74fcth Ordnance Bn., the throughout. Across the front of trees along the walls, \\'hJrhert! 'I III

Around 85 persons attended the Staike National Guard unit, heldit t the stage was a large pink sleigh hung with pink and purple balls

annual Christmas party for staff ? annual Christmas party Sat. tte filled with color gifts and being and silver tinsel. Under each light ,

members of the DuPont Company'and unlay night, Dec. 12. After enjoying sis drawn by large pink reindeer. Pink in the ball room was placed a

their wives and dates. The a roast beef dinner in the and gold poinsettias decorated the laige lound bush-and-stiek cluster
Pecan Room of the Caiden Restaurant tage curtains. I which was sprayed with pink
affair was held at Holiday Inn in
the Guardsmen and their Mrs. C. J. Houpt, social chalr- snow and colored Christmas balls: |

Gainesville, where a pitahtyI: I I v.ivf-s and guests went to the m&n and Mrs. C. E. 'Johns greeted hung on the snow covered branch- 'j'
hour, starting at 6:30.: was followtd Legion Hall for a dance from 9 guests at the door and presented (s. Each table was covered with

by dinner and dancing. to 12. 1 y them to the receiving line composed It white cloth. Three silver candle

Dick Vreeland of the sales marketing The h3ll'as decorated in the I of Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. I holders centered each table with RCA Vidor Portable 4-Speed Manual

department of the College holiil.iv motif. and music was pro ........ --- __" ,- lC........... ...- 7/ B. Peyton. Mrs. J. E. Warren I I pink roses connecting the pink J "Vktrola. Play all/ records
'1 vi;Ied! by members of the unit, let and Mrs. Junius Smith. The guests I burning tapers. your everywhere
of University Business of Administration Florida gave at the an l'; O. P. Hutto. Other memberscf Mr. And Mrs. Rosier living; on the farm where Mrs. :and members were introduced to I On each side of the stage. where Rich "Golden Throat" lone Feafhc

after dinner the trio were James! Cowart Hosier's mother. Mrs. Rebecca I the new members who stood at the orchestra sat, were hung six- weight tone arm. On-Off-Volume-Ton
J. C. Fogg served talk as on chairman per onahty.of r.nd2)'Oe Kenny. Have Golden Wedding Giiffis, was born Feb. 17, 1854. tne end of the receiving line. I, arm brass candelabrum, with tall controls on cabinet lightweight metal case

A committee composed of No" Alii. Giiffis is still living. Mrs. The tea table in the sunroom pink burning tapers. The hors covered with washable vinyL Can't be
arrangements for the
party. I I Mr. and Mrs. James Middleton d''I'I
commissioned Officers of the unit Rosier being her fourth child. -*as covered with a white imported I ceuvers table in the sunroom scratched-won't peel crack In
Couples from the Starke and Rosier of Lawtey are observing or gray, greator
Keystone Heights area were provided was in charge of this annual affair their 60th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Rosier have one 1 cutwork cloth and centered to\ered with a handmade white I ton. Model 9EMP21 .
-nth an artistic red and white lace and linen table
transportation to the meetIng which was enjoyed by a- having been married on Nov. 2, son and five daughters 25 grandchildren cloth iron FRCA trademark for record players. 31.95STEREO
Christmas the
arrangement flanked by Philippines. The i
on a chartered bus round 100 members and guests residents and 20 centerpiece
i899- They are life-long great grandchil- 'I
Wo silver candelabra holding of all pink was flanked by pair of I Isilver
o! Bradford County and are now hen.
burning red tapers. Presiding at candelabrum holding tall I r

the silver coffee services at each 1 pink burning tapers. A sliver
Mr. And Mrs. Sowell Have Golden Wedding I
No gift says more.** end of the table at different hours I chafing dish and other silver tray

'i at Christmas Anniversary At Brooker Homer I were Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs.i'held hors d'oeuvers and tid-bits.
Especially ?- L. Peek. Sr., Mrs. H. L. Brown-I I The social co-chairmen Mrs. *
-J-s.ter St.f... Iofta Vklrota'
B. of --- .. ., lee and Mrs. C. L. ScholL Silver Randal Chitty
a gift a '" and Mrs. Jerome I
i "" { ;;: and "Uft.Away' M have two 4-ipc*
World -,4". ; 'J! tr;ys held fruit cake squares, !Johns wish to thank the membersof -J speakers. Days Ac ..stereo re beautiful dainty sandwiches, nuts and their committee Mrs. p. G. t el your after records,tool (.

Bible is a lnosdappropriate minis. Felo:). Mrs. Carl L. Johns Mrs. | .
:\ During the tea hours Christmas Dolph Reddish; Miss Marty Rozier I II :I-

and ( fJ mu.-ic was rendered by a Hi-fi. I Miss; Betty Jane Morgan Mrs. '

Members of the Little Women' Seymour Marco. Mrs Frank Mit-
enduring remembrance 'J Club in colorful formals assisted.n I : ;
i !jc-hell. Miss Norma Canova, Miss Ii i ,

___ serving. i huh Sutton and special thanks' Viitr:
WonT r\\ tt During a short business meeting |to Mrs.: J. D. Warren Mrs. R. B.Cauffman Y:%
before the tea it was voted to re- and Mrs. James Rowe i

m 1: I i-cmd the club; previous action foi their assistance. :-
approving a rule that members ;
i ii
Jiaftortitd King James VrsMBullington who missed three consecutive i'Little Women J I SSIIEPIIERD'S
z meetings without written or tele-
phoned excuse would be automati- To Meet Friday

.t I jcally dropped from the membership i\ i ij
roll.IWSCS. j The Women's Club has ,
4I .1 I t t(postponedLittle its regular meeting from' RADIO & TV

4 FOB F1\MfI.YX' Tea Given i last Monday night to this Friday
ktntly bound and Illtutreirdfrfrrrne t at 7:30 o'clock in the
I evening;; Stark Fla.
Bibb! *.Coneordanr.! 1 ,
tlUel art Wtrv gnat Bible. v' .1 !For New Members I I club house.

tt.WtoH5.00tUutUated ..
e.FOR TOC'rC' Fobs-Beautrfany I 44r' Fellowship! Hall O! the First ae as -a
... ranetyof bind I '- .
... :Methodist Church the settinglor 11
I t. .I &U yjppr.-.laed olum'" I *- r(' was U4 4\

,l, o.roane.. rib BibI.WfaSkdor to sue ."ofi. .. .. ... ......... '" itternoon a delightful from four tea to five Thursday o'clock i a/-. ; The Most Treasured of Gifts .

y ilMUatio{ t.$
t _eat I' -
: giveh by the Women's Society of
&It ,I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sowell of ; end white wedding cake topped I' Christian Service honoring the, _.11":_ ,.--- '.!-...,.1'.'" -_ ........ ..1 ft

:, Brooker celebrated their golden i i with a miniature bride and groom. I I'new members of the church, society makeitja.p
wedding anniversary on Sunday. ,; Flanking the cake were crystal I I and the guilds. ,, \ 1)) jj .
\LK-C. 13, from three to five o'clock candelabra etched with gold and I The table was covered with a :' It: ? "14 <_...11. DJ" ,

with open house given by their i holding gold and white candles I II I[white linen cloth imprinted with ) .:. ,:"

r Studio & Gift Shop ,I Jive children. I i-uuined with gold tulle and for- I holly and a centerpiece of holly ,I .J Chnltmal .... or. .. -.I } ,
Mrs. Jasper Harris greeted ,me-nots. A focal point was a large : and pyracantha berries. Mrs. E. ..J.. -- .!
l 01 l W. Call Street Phone0 1-7271 I guests at the door and Mrs. Wilbur ,bouquet: of yellow rose buds on the''K.I I Penyman, president of the I.i
| \ Andrews of Gainesville and 'toffee table and in the hall was ;society, presided at the silver tea

-- 1 Mrs. Max Furlong of Starke kepthie an arrangement comprised of two I I''service. Silver trays held dainty I f lONE TRAY OFl\ SETS --- MANY STYLES j jSU S SI
gust book. Standing in the gold wedding bands centered with sandwiches, cake squares Christ- j i
-r- receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. a gold candle and wedding bells. 'mas cookies nuts and mints. I I

MOSS. Sowell and their five children, Mrs. J. T. Sowell and Mrs. M. :Christmas arrangements were also i i ii 'I Regular at $158.50 '>;,o ", '- '- ... 1I ,
SPANISH .r Doris Kel- I. of i placed at pqints of interest I II I ""
Mrs. L. L. Parker, Mrs. Ogden Pompano Beach cut [I ;ii v: { A. I
ley, Mrs. V. V. Hazen, Mrs. H. A. i i the case and Mrs. E. F. Morris i throughout the hall. ii x''H "
Coleman! and J. T. Sowell. The and Mis. Fred May presided at : Mrs. L. A. Davis, membership I
BELLO PERO line stood in front of the mantel :the punch bowl. Miss Sandra chairman of W. S. C. S. and her f Now only $12000 P" j ,

over which hung a huge gold j Sowell and Miss Peggy Norris committee were in charge of af-

framed mirror reflecting a fan- !I played soft piano selections. Mrs. fairs. 3

:-huped arrangement of yellow E j Bob Dyle. Mrs. C. C. Van Sickle,

PERJUDICIAL gladioli and pompoms. On either ':' Mrs. Allie Mae Malphurs of Beta Sigma Phi :f! PLUS A FREE GENT'S WEDDING RING
side were gold colored crystal Gainesville, and Mrs. Talmadge .
andelabra with gold candles. On Blair served as floor hostesses. Christmas Party *

[i iw beautiful( but deadly) one coiner of the mirror facing Misses: Terry Sowell and Dottie "\ WITH PURCHASE OF EACH SET !
The Beta
Sigma Phi Sorority
i he receiving line was a white I Sue Kelley passed fruit cake dur-
i i the afternoon. will hold its Christmas party Friday ,
dove vith wings of gold. ing f
r evening. Dec. 18, at 8 o'clock:
t.frx The refreshment table was covered | MrsJ.. H. Sowell's mother. Mrs.
I with a white satin cloth and : R T. McDavid. 86, was among the in St. Mark's Parish house on N. GfM'J'
I centereo with a three tiered gOld j:1 1175 guests present. Church street honoring husbands | SHOP AT HOME AND S-A-V-E AT

a t1y ,and dates.
Eastern Star Mrs. Logan Baldwin and Mrs.J. 6 ,
\Nativity Story j j I W. Kincaid. the sorority spon- JEWELRY WHERE YOU RECEIVE SERVICE

Is Presented '\;Honors Worthy sor and director, will be hostesses.

Members will exchange gifts with WITH EVERY SALE!
KindergartenMama !Grand MatronI IJ
By I
I II !their secret sister and the hus- 'ig
I I' '
bands and dates will exchange
Kindergarten I No. 224
Priest's I Eastern Star Chapter
resented story of the Nativity,, held a delightful banquet last I II I comical gifts. '

!n song, scripture and story at the Friday evening at the Garden ,

First Baptist Church on December I Restaurant honoring Mrs. Pearla,Mrs. Byrd Honored WATCHES --- Hundreds To Choose FromELGJMS

"th. :..Rogers of Pensacola. Worthy;,By Baptist Circle I II I' ,
r '} d The participants were: Carol Grand :Matron of the Grand Chapter -

., Bloodworth. Lynn Pollard and Joy '; Eastern Star. I .'g! ,
tI' The Helen Masters Circle of the BULOVAS
\ndrews as angels; Pat Gay as the Handmade Christmas place' : [
} 4 Hrst Baptist Church gave a going
I I&T: Mike King. Tommy Outlaw cards marked the seating arrangement I
away coffee party Thursday morning -
: and Jimmie Jo Andrews as the for the 38 persons of last week for Mrs. W. C. From $24.75 From T
three kings; Mike Powell Mike $19.95 i
ri McTendon and David Hayward present. Centering the head table -, Byrd. who had been their leader. I
I was a colorful arrangement of Mr. and Mrs. Byrd are moving to
the shepherds; Cheryl Phillips 6 _
as pyracantha berries and clusterscf
Philadelphia. Pa. on Dec. 18.
= as Mary; and David Benner as the berries were placed at intervals trrra:
The party was held at the home
Joseph.The choir members, dressed in'|I'i down the length of the of Mrs- Lavern Outlaw. The coffee I CROSSES Forstner Diamond Pendants !
rte .+ .f trimmed with tinsel I table. {Table was covered with a Christmas -
&,: 1 white Bambi robes Shultz Cindy Noegel. After the banquet the regularmeeting cloth and centered with red From----2.95 Van Del From.-$18.5O dj
R was held in the Masonic,randies and greeneryMrs. J. A- j I
Strunk, ,
;, Colleen Nichols. Beverley
I I Hall. j Griffin presided at the silver coffee I v
Helen Jane Long, Kay Epps, Mark' COSTUME SETS Simmons ;
Patray, George Barton DoU.; I| service. DIamond Crosses Q.
Paste de cerro Mata A'rboles Combs Dennis Rholen Patty Noe- Police Force Dinner I The members gave Mrs. Byrd ai 5. From----7.95 Love
Toile tray as a memento of the Bright From _
Janine Gay i ( eo $38.50 ,
Kills Trees) gel Rhonda Stokes.
(Spanish Moss Becky Godsby. Dick Torode DaMrs. -Held Tuesday Night (I occasion. I
Hearts andflowers --- II
via Wainwright, Ricky Johns. Members of the police force'I Floating Opal

In any language, Spanish Moss is a "silent killer"! It slowly stifles. Carol Richards Nylene Burdette, held their semiannual'dinnerat Worley-Harris I PENDANTSFrom.495 DINNER RINGS ,
beautlf.d shade trees and destroys nut and fruit bearing John Milton Thomas, Mike White [
and Grrg Gay. the evening.The Garden. Restaurant Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Olin Worley of I B 1 From. $18.50 i
in Santa's Waldo announce the engagementof u ova
THE TIME Lamar Noegel dressed 11
IS dining tables carried out
NOW suit, presented candy to every- their daughter. Patricia Elou- i

TO KILL IT! one. the Enjoying Christmas the motif.affair with force. wie...son to Everette of Mrs. Minnie Franklin Harris Harris.Jr. and. Birthstone Rings Elgin I. D. BfIACELETSJ 1 1

while the trees ore dormant. Luncheon of eight were Chief Riley Sweat i the late Everette Franklin Harris I From - $10Gem em's From $4.95
Birthday I I Mayor W. T Jackson, Merrill Edwards -, -
Sr. also of Waldo. t
Pat city clerk the City Hall i j
Honors Gay I' The wedding will take place in
'clerical staff, Carlos --Musgrove the First Baptist Church at Waldo -

.Logan Gay entertained Mama i!State road patrolman, 'and Arch: Sot 3 p. In. oh Sunday. Dec. 20. CREDIT AT CASH PRICES '
Colrwttlrl1Y.a. Priest's kindergarten class ata I Thomas Jr., City Attorney. A reception win follow in the

birthday luncheon Friday of last educational building of the church. 41

|MT EtORDAhSt toe{ la week at the Garden Restaurant Big Dad Party I All friends and relatives are in-

CONTROL for her daughter Pat, who was vited.
Set For
tour years old.
;Ip1 Monde Colorful gumdrop trees and t CARD OF THANKSWe Jewelry
The annual Christmas dinner
AND Santa Clauses decorated the I are sincerely grateful to
D of Big ,
luncheon tables. The traditional ;fond paity for employees
for their
\CMIcAL CO. cake and ice cream were Dad Manufacturing Co. will be friends and neighbors
of during our .
kind acts
served at the conclusion of the I held Friday. Dec 18. in the DlMen's sad bereavement. Our appreciation 109 EAST CALL ST. PHONE] WO 4.5211 I !
lusted Club at Camp Bland- '
cannot be adequately express- t 1
r kindergarteners Ing. Dinner will be served at 12
For Free Estimate Phone'WO 4.3965 and Thirty-three four adults enjoyed this delightful noon and will be followed by a ed.-sir.- and.Mrs Charles Hess. i,i9'm m 9 m W k m .' A trIi__ A

224 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. affair. program of entertainment.; --I -
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editorialBerry i! iluced them how and wildlife managed.improvement It shows Most Retailersi I,Sale Tax Shows Baptist Choirs Christmas ProgramAt -

conservation h..s. logically into plan.a soil and water To Stay Closed i\Increase HereTotal Will i Be HeardIn Brooker Baptist

One of the most practical and sales collections in Brad- Outdoor Concert i' The Brooker Baptist Church
Growers EnthusiasticEnthusiasm economical; December 26 fod County during November
Sal 811 STI9CTI ii means providing a The First Baptist Church choirs Cnri>traa> program will be presented -
jii-pcndable supply of Vere $13,276.93 a slight increase
quail food r iiI Christmas on Sunday. Doc !8. at 7:30p :
is a wonderful ii. farming areas is the planting o.ir the 12,415.66 collected here !presort a programin _
force. the Brooker Junior
Soil Conservation Most Starke retail stores, with the church outdoor court Sunday ir in High
Often is the rl rood plots. Plots can be located cuiing the same month in 1958. &-nool
means difference between failure or successof the exception of groceries willlemamed t'n.nng: at ';:30 o'clock. The : auditorium. Everyone is
ir odd areas that \ a whole the state showed an
a civic project, business venture N-E-W-S are unprofitable closed the Saturday after rcidiall invited.
or even an activity publ.c is cordially invited to at-
.. of 17.85
for Noveuibet
uc-easc cent
te cultivate and need not be over j i Christmas, taken'this per -
like farming. t a poll
By Bill Haas one-eighth acre in size. For example 1959 over November 1958. tend.The
That is why it's Soil Conservation week by the Chamber: of Commerce five choirs of the
good to hear from County Agent G. T. Service the strip of land along the The collection of the 7-cent church.

Huggins that strawberry; growers in Bradford County are Its edge! of the field adjacent to tim- !I I revealed. gasoline tax also showed an increase coripri.ed of the Celestial Che Hunter Special!
pine planting time The Florida: Bank at Starke and
facing the ensuing season with more enthusiasm than at any says Don Champion, bvT or a hedge row is perfect for the in the county from $35.725- rub. Ctrol. Concord and Adult 12 (;a. 16 (;Ja. 20 Ga.
Farm State Bank
Forester Community of
time in food 4? for November 1958 to $$38.855.81 groups will take part in the pro-
recent years. for Bradford County. In a planting and is at the same Starke will remain closed on Sat-' 410 Ga.; Also 22 Shells

Several factors have contributed to this revival of inter- =Isocussmg of the handling and time unprofitable to cultivate. .. trdabee.. 26. and also Saturday. ''or o\ember 1959. jrraai.In case of inclement weather thei

e>t in a crop that has been the trademark of Bradford ;pljntmg: of pine seedlings Don Sapping by:: the trees and in shading this area of the prevent soil i'Jan. 2. the day after New Year's. Midnight Services i I I; program will take place in the 10% OFFBEST

aunty agriculture for three-quarters of a century. Among suggested the following: City Hall will remain open all sanctuary.
successful growth of Plants |
these are the popularity of a new and improved strain 01 Site preparation: The planting ised for quail food crops.production. nay Wednesday Dec' 21. and will At St. Mark'sThe % i BUY IN TOWN
plants the Florida 90 to replace site should be cleared of brush because close at noon Christmas Kve.; Dec. See Our Prices Before You
virus-depleted Missionary aowevcr. do well in this location.
it makes planting easier 24, and will traditional Christmas Eve of Hcly Communion and a sermonby Buy!
soil be open until noon:
; testing to correct the pH factor when necessary; educes It is wise" land use and progressive
cometition and chances 1 .didnight: Service will he held in
soil fumigation to control nematodes; and the more recent .:f wild fires. larmir.2: to utilize this land and on Courthouse Saturday. Dec offices 26. will terrain St. Mark's Episcopal Church on the Rector IMPERIAL

experiments with plystic[ mulching: which growers in the Before Planting: If seedlings are make it produce a crop of wild-open all day Wednesday. Dec 23 Dec 24. stalling at 11:-30 p. m. Everyone is cordially invited to I SERVICE STATION

Miami area have found to be a revolutionary improvement.Added to be kept for more than one day iile. i The !"enireill consist of attend this- service of worship Hisrmav :301 North

to these factors is the interest being shown local- they should be. "heeled in", in the !Thurs-dayChristmas> ( Cnristmas Carols. a Celebration vr.-lcormnf: the new-born King

ly in the change from the old method of packing berries in shade and watered. Lloyd Whitehead Dyal Howard Douglas andA Day and Saturday nt'('. 26. 1
used the Districtet'der
neat layers to the newer method now in general use in almost When to Plant: Usually December .- cultipacker to plant Pensa- The Starke post office will be

all strawberry-growing areas except Bradford County !tier: through or later February plantings is best.may Ear-survive cla Bahia seed for permanent closed only on Christmas Day an-1 RCA VICTOR'S FALL SPECIAL

- the loose pack. Growers will meet here some time in if soil is moist and weather pasture. will be open as usual on Dec. 26.
January to decide whether or not to change from "tight" to reasonably cool. |! Ethan Sapp used the District !Post office hours from now until
!fertilizer spreader to fertilize his Christmas are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m
"loose"pack.. --
spacing: Pine seedlings should _
including Wednesday. BIG 21-INCH I
Coupled with all these plus factors is another advantagenot usually be planted 6x10 feet or 8 winter pasture. with a 101010fel _

always enjoyed by growers and that is cooperationthus xd feet. The 6x10 feet spacing tilizer i

( far) by the weatherman. Thanks to above normal permits driving a truck down wide Woman Fined 1 RCA VictorTELEVISION
10-foot middle or disking for fire- Forest Service Ji I
rainfall during the year, there was sufficient moisture in break or weed control. Other sppcies i On DWI Charge I II iI > f .' ,' I II

the ground to give plants a good tart when they were set or specical purpose planting Asks For Advance ; ii i I II \

out. Another item on the credit side i is the early December should be spaced according to re- Notice On Burning I Ij 'I Lillian Green. 24. of Starke last I I D

freezes which are welcomed by strawberry growers since comendation of local district technician week paid a $185 fine in County I ( i ;

they hold the plants more or less dormant until the proper or forester j With vegetation beginning to Judge's Court thus averting a 75- | !
ly jail sentence I )
time for them to flourish and :start; bearing. This is much Methods: Machine or hand cure out and die back as result of on charges of :Model 210T11C

better than to have warm weather throughout December, planting according to conditionof recent frost. Florida Forest Ser- driving; no driver's while intoxicated license. and having II

causing the plants to put on bloom and fruit, only to be land to be planted and desire t ace personnel report that many She had been arrested and I I
*'f landowner. i
Machine I II
plantersdo pple are starting to burn their
killed by freezes in January and February.: not work well on excessively'1. timberland to control underbrush. .' charged by Deputy Russell Redding Now
One has declared that strawberry prospects look who said he observed her Only
grower rjush: land Consult local technician i i In vitw of the danger to adjoining I
better so far this season than in many, many years. Acre- or forester for best meth- property the Forest Servicerequest cwerving from side to side on the r
age is up substantially over last years total, and many old cd and availibihty of machine. If,.. ; that all landowners planning 'Brownlee Road.
growers have set out berries this year for the first time planter is used, the operating crew to burn notify headquarters County Judge T. A. Yawn fined

since Camp Blanding days. will know how to plant. Special located on State Road 100 west the woman $150 on the DWI' Ct1.95
charge and $35 for dri-
having no
has ah'eadstarted precautions for either method of of Starke. The phone number is
Market J. R. Wainwright :
Manager planting are: Holes or furrows W04-2721. :;j.i'vr's license, or a total of 76 days RCA Victor Farrell Deluxe.
contacting buyers for the forthcoming berry deal here and '
mast be free of trash. Roots must An unoccupied house at Law- on counts. Table TV with front controls and
reports that interest is keen on the part of those who wantto Edward H. Griffis 24. of Star- I
be straight down not twisted, come here if volume is sufficient to warrant their beingon bailed, or U-shaped. Soil must be Moody, was burned Tuesday by ke posted bond after being charg- fine tuning. 262 sq. in.

the platform. It goes without saying of course, that the packed firmly around roots, leaving -
first requirement in getting buyers rere is a sufficient volume no air pockets. Keep roots the Forest Service report- person to drive his car. chassis. Phono-jack, tone control and

to make it practical for them to come. moist until planted. Plant seed- j ed. and other property north of Heilbronn Church automatic gain control. Balanced

With so many factors working in favor of a successful ir.gs the same depth as they grew I j.Clarke' on U. S. 301 was endanger- Fidelity FM Sound. Avertable. In 2 The Best Buy of the Year!

season this year it is easy to understand the enthusiasmnow ;n the nursery If seedlings are :t'Q by Tire sweeping through dead Sets Yule ProgramOn ts'ird i fni.es.SHEPHERD'S; t .
easy to 'pull up" they were not vegetation.By .
being shown by growers. This enthusiasm if main- I
ranted properly. knowing just when and Friday. Dec. 18 there will bean
tained. %%ill be a big factor in bringing the strawberry industry Protection of Plantings: Keep where the property owner is goingt inspirational Christmas pro-

back to its former preeminence on the Bradford fire away.. Plow firebreaks. Exclude burn the Forest Service can iam held at Heilbronn Church. RADIO & TV

County agricultural scene. hogs sheep, and goats. Do avoid a lot of unnecessary traveling Devotional: songs, both congrega-

not concentrate cattle on plant- and more time can be spent tirnal and specials: poetry: a

--- -- ings and watch closely for grazing f.ghtins fires that are burningout dramatic play entitled "Christmas Phone WO 4-6901 Starke Florida

damage. of control, it was said. en the Island of Piau:" and Santa ,

Maintenance: Continue to pro- Will' be presented for your enjoy-
THE BRADFORD COUNTV TELEGRAPHy tect jour planting from fire and j'I'ment. Everyone is welcome to at- I : .. - .- -- '.
damage from grazing. Sgt. Drake Attains ;tend. - -- --- -<' -......... ......... -.

iJ t I'trhK 1'111.1":0 "()STl Ol'SLT I Complete soil and water conservation Highest Enlisted automotive maintenance. -
EST. 1879 farm plans were developed Grade In ArmyM. I Sgt. Drake with his wife. Agnes- S EE IT! TRY IT!

I-NPKR THE SAME MASTHEAD..i.i..ro ) for Otis Leach and R. LReddish. and four children resides at Silver -
Both farm plans call for Sgt. Robert W- Drake. First Lake. near Keystone Heights.:;
-. Karh Thar lad Entrrtd .. frcomi Cia. !latter Sergeant of Co. C, 748th Ordnance :n his spare time he operates .
i he of Pensacola Bahia Grass .
at the Po.t Office ac ""Mark. FIR..der Art.f Mar. B 17V.After '
for permanent pasture. Bn.. has the distinction of beingone Bob's Outboard Motor Sen.ice.Thirh .

of the six master sergeants in is affiliated with Fred's
the State who have attained the Marine Center in Starke He is
r __ ___ _u_ _.u_._____________.___ Complete soil and water conn'n.ation NEWEST
! farm plans were pre- tirade of Master Sergeant E-8. Flo a member of American Legion \

Farmer's parl'd for Harry Green and Ben the highest enlisted grade in the Post 56. I
DiaryBy Arrnv.
Hall Both will use Pensacola Bahia I---* ,7" I I I i FASTEST
for pasture grass and will Sgt. Drake has had 19 years ofniihtary 4
Sam> &Ire;.".,
service 14 years of whichhave
want some of their land to Slash
been in the National Guard

with four rattles. j pine.Where are the quails? is a question lit joined the Guard in 1939 in WHEN PORTABLETYPEWRITER

S. I. that I get put to me almost I.New York State spent five ;years.

i He said he killed it by mashing every day. The Soil Conservation i tn active duty when his Guard ;

I j his head with the end of his cane Jervice. which provides technical i uiiit was actuated in 1940, and __

I ; ole, and then later on when fish- help to farmers and ranchers in I saw service in the Pacific Theatre. YOU

'' .ng he got to worrying about soil conservation districts, regards Sgt. Drake also has the dis-

:' 'vhether there was venom on it. wildlife as an important product tinction of being a "charter mem- IN THE .

; We don't know just what danger Df the land. It helps and encourages bei" of Starke's National Guard .! .,,,

, here is in a case like that, but we : farmers and ranchers to re- unit, naving joined in November, :

i waiting. 10 finally GO know a fellow around here who cv/snize! that wildlife, like other 1)46:) when it was reorganized after NEED V/ORLD.T! .
years we .
had a harvest from 'idles to change an auto tire that.ciops. must be intentionally pro- World War II. The only other .
pecan dds run over a rattler. f i, "charter member" still active in ,I .
trees. Just little '
one sorry seedling f
S. gainst a background of Spanish the local unit is CWO Albert L .
after all that time, and we're not
Walter got to thinking about moss Crosby Jr., who is the Unit Ad- MONEY
going to eat it. because the way i .
the old time days of this area and ministi alor.
things: look well never :set another. I ,
oid of a lumber camp out near And speaking of yaupon, after In civilian life. Sgt. Drake isI

the State Farm with the inelegant hunting all over the county for employed at the Blanding Maintenance -

name of Buggarville. Wider how .t. we found some the other day-I|, Shops, where he has worked -
Met Carl Pre\att and Lawton SEE US
Cawford at the pecan market many old timers remember that nsht in back of our home!!! for 10 years as an inspector of
reentry, and they wanted to talK I EASY I
politics. Lawton said he knows
t0 tttA
He told of the various old tram *
who is Roms to be the next govtrnor -
I loads which were built to haul .
-but we'll not name him. YOU CAN GET YOURCALENDARS TERMS
logs out from the New River and .
as he ought to do his own advertising > :
Olustec Creek area, and said that
0.1 some of the first of these they LOANSUP YEARS AHEAD FROM

used heart pine logs as the raiL ANY ANGLE
Sec where Marvin Rosier has : NEW .
sold out his Landrace hog businessto I
Wo have part of an old tram I I
Luther Hilliard. ,
Luther by the I
load on our property and some of TO IN STYLE..SPEED..SPIRIT
way admitted the other day he : .r
t.e crossties that
are buried thereseems
has a few berries this 'ear-80.000

plants!!! to be as solid now as when ,, I Here's a portable that's ALL NEW irfide
they were placed there. i II wad : ,
9 ,' I and out! Galaxic gives better tjping with less
The recent cold snaps we've had I $600Folks
have at least done one good thing; Alice is happy; now that she has I effort than ever before. Trace its modern lines.

they'\"[' knocked out most of those her sweetpeas planted and grow- Try its responsive touch. You'll sec why the
:i.g: and now that she also has -
pesky mosquitoes. It seems to us of abed I jJ& Smith-Corona Gala c is cvcrlhins[ you ever
pansies, she has everything. ,
they than have any time been since worse we'\e this been year ,I I I V yt R{ 1tll f. wanted in a portable.

Jim Conner, who lives just over :?"<'<"y-. _,wT 1.;

here. the county line near the Conner DESK WALL PICTORIAL Find Us i

Lridse over New River, really M1:N i-
Checked up on the weather of makes his cows work for him. Believe i Friendly" F BEE: from Smith-Corona .
two years ago tthe year we had
it or not, he has 4-year-old
a Smith-Corona 'A
I with portable.
all the coldl J and so far this yearwe've AT every
Holstein that has raided 10
had lower temperatures than calves. I LOCAL FINANCE s- complete touch typing course on
Jim said he has had as many as
we did then. Maybe the USDA i is
lour calves nursing the COat i i .. :
right, and were in for another one 3. (; 52395 VAlUE
t 1II1e. H. C. i
had winter. S. WALL AGENCY COMPANY r .

i 1 I While on a 'go-round' in the ;
Our friend Walter Wilkison went
county we saw the most beautiful 200 EAST 116 N. Walnut Street
tithing out at the Flowing Well CALL STREET
bridge at New River and in a sight we found yet. Out in the' II I ((2 Doors From Post Office)
Water Oak section. by a branch I

path there Walter found the fiat feeds it, we saw a huge yau- Please Come By For Yours PHONES

smallest ground rattler he's ever I-on holly (some folks call them I wO4.0101andWO4.0111 I Bradford County Telegraph

fun He said it wasn't a ground Christmas berries 1 that was loaded : I I Mrs. Marguerite Hall,

rattler, but just a sorry little one with clusters of deep red berries : Ii i Mgr.j


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Writers' Names J = for the first lime provides ft 1
Artists' and Select Gift
Wrap Paper. truly gold nbbon, iliss King

I' ,\Are Signed To Christmas Cards To Suit Person and Gift said.A so unusual.unique new and'knotless easy to bow make',"'' THIS CHRISTMAS GIVE A1N.'vv : :

Christmas gifts will Keeping pace with the it has been granted & U. S.
181t OP the world's greatest cently broke attendance records 1 1i I Chadd's Ford. Pa. has been YOrK many *
1 hearts gladder if you new gift wraps are the richly patent, is one of the most
; 0 artists, ranging over the i during exhibitions at museums I I called "American" sharp-focus is keep the person in mind when colored ribbons and bows, gift fashionable of the many ribbon
the United States. painting.
centuries from Renaissance throughout I John selecting gift wrappings.For tags and seals that lend an decorations. It is also avail- !
also Wheat
Santa Claus is expressed by
painters to the works of England's possibly"Steinberg's the only new and original ], Peter Hurd and Henry McFee. instance, you wouldn't added touch of elegance to the able in ready-made form at gift

most Sir Winston famous Churchill Sunday, Christmas symbol to I I Among the other great artists put a tiny, delicate, feminine gift.Two wrap departments. t
painter emerge in the past 30 :years" !' represented on Hallmark cards design paper on a gift of golf new ribbons also Hallmark With a little imagination you,
are reproduced on Christmas reports a Hallmark Cards art I I|are Maurice Utrillo and the late balls for a man. Nor should creations, stick to them- can cleverly disguise your gift.
cards this year. director. "And, fantastic as the+I Maurice Vlaminck, French contemporaries you decorate a gift for milady's selves when moistened doing or give a cute hint of what is
For the person who prefers and figure is, it has caught the I I : Bernard Buffet kitchen or boudoir with paper away with the knotty problemof inside Miss!: King said. Gifts of -'"
that which is truly elegant imagination of thousands and i and Jacques Ferrand. Amongthe bearing a scenic outdoor design. tying knots when wrapping irregular shape may be camouflaged -

artistic, the world's largest thousands of people who now !( writers are Ogden Nash, But in their proper place and gifts and making bows. One by crushing paper
greeting card firm ask to see the new Norman Vincent Peale, and Fr. with proper use, the wide selection ribbon, of fabric is the most around them before wrapping
of every year
has reproduced" paintings popular and is useful in creating Other gifts, such
which Steinberg's'Santa James Keller. of Christmas gift wraps as a necktie,
cards on I -
three dozen famous
more than i
Claus appears Ted de Grazia. the colorful will do much to spread the joy exquisite bows flowers and can be hinted at broadly by
artists on Christmas cards. And The life and paintings of Albrecht Arizona artist, has added flow- of the holiday season. other decorative designs. Another cutouts of contrasting colored i ,
famous writers' works are also i ;
included on I II Durer go back to the j jyears ,: ing pastel angels to the 19."i9 Miss Kaye King, one of thenation's of foil matches perfectlythe paper attached to the box: anda
many. fashionable
( i foil and necktie of nbbon
papers --t\'J
added. f
Salvador Dali, current dean of before Columbus discovered Christmas card designs. Huldah leading gift wrapping ._ _...
r" !1> -
'the surrealists, returns to | America. Durer was born the Texas artist who uses only a I stylists, advises that just as i iI ,
Nuremberg in 1471 and as a single name is back with her j I should think of the rs ... .
Christmas cards this year for i Im i you person I e3
,the first time in a decade. I! painter, designer, sculptor and 1 1I i, paintings of bright-eyed chil- !! receiving it, you should also j ," ,
There's Norman Rockwell, perhaps j engraver on wood and metal, he dren. keep in mind the size of the L( y cc"-
the most popular of Ameriiea's i exerted a great influence onEuropean I I Three of America's most I gift when selecting your paper. / /' --SMIIH
1: art. He is representedon famed outdoors painters i A. If the!
artists; Saul Steinberg, the I I package is large, use .
1 man who defied tradition by: Christmas cards by the I Lassell Ripl()'. James Lockhart I a s"ii color or a large design. Galaxi
drawing Santa Claus in many painting.Rich i Heritage" I i and Maynard Reese, have contributed i: If 'i is small, use papers of CCRUNII
which shows the Madonna and designs especially suit- j ,
Albrecht Jig'ht.r colors and smaller de.I
different forms I *
Child in brilliant red and rt'-I, ed for men. Also shown are I ; Never a portable Lie it! :NVter a portable so new in style! .
Durer, who wielded a ; Jil--
art flects the riches they bestowed' the gleaming snow scenes of I new in speed new in spirit! A dream. lo look at a
influence on European : Mra King reports that Hall-
the world. I another American. Richard y g'.. ail delight to use. See it today
in 1525.
prior to his death I upon p1.arlr Cards which she repre-
Churchill, often described as Andrew Wyeth. who recently j Stevens. s..i. has created several ext r. ''ftw ,
the world's most famous "pastime" sold a painting for $35.000 to ,I Hallmark's own art department t '*ly fashionable papers this w"" day T 1r I II FREE*. -.ith Terms To Suit

painter, has paintings reproduced -:the Philadelphia Museum of the largest in the world y..*.f gleaming gold and silver 1Ne ANT Smith-Corona portcbl .
Art. is represented in the Hallmark with 450 artists, is representedby x .
on several Hallmark rl4 Vot will ,i
f only they provide .
Complete $23.95
Christmas variety. The Frank Szasz. a Hungarian, ... Your Conveniences
cards :Many of them are from (t1 most sophisticated pack- .' .. ">01 '
,, .11. ; VALUE typing course.Bradford.
and Robert
the 35 Oil paintings which re work of Wyeth, who lives k. J ""
NORM: AX ROCKWELL sxx *ilk1l*'** *>* OGDEN NASH '"- .- ;My aso; catch the iridescent : 111"'J.'" ,M'6 .< .
Fai.i.u' of tree lights and reflect ..::...:.... .1
Ike beauty and joy of the
c'* .? r. -- '
-ria she explained. '"'-.\iii ... attiIfI..'
County Telegraph

: q 1 ,, Shop BuildingsBeing Final '59 Meet 1 Pleads Guilty ,

t WreckedAt Set By CattlemenI+I',To Shine Charge

I R L And Farm Bureau I Ii Jack Barber: of Lawtt')' pleaded j I

: ![ Standing i jI|I The final Farm Bureau and I i|i g'uilt to three moonshine counts i) 11 The New

I I I Cattlemen's meeting for 1959 will (,!I! last week in Clay County Circuit !'i Scripto .

i cacti ., Cuyahoga Wrecking Co. of be held in the courthouse Friday'Court

kzJ# J.cksonviUe"as: the successful night Dec. 18, at 7:30 o'clock. |, Barber was arrested near Highland -' I

d a Jcw bidder on wrecking five un- I Pat Miller, president of the I.''I several weeks Business Line Bali Pens
? ago by state
1 x wed buildings in the National Cattlemen's group, and Curtis
Guard maintenance area at Camp beverage agents. The officers I
Marlowe, newly elected Farm :
I 'J: Blandmg. The wrecking operationis I Bureau head, urge all members,i said Barber had still apparatus, and Refills
,r' ,+ now underway, and materialsare
to attend this important meeting mash. and mOle than a gallon of
r rr being sold at the site. I where progress for the past year I moonshine in his possession.!'

." ... The structures to be wrecked I and plans for the future will beI A pre-sentence investigationwas FOR ALL BUSINESS WRITING

,' consist of three large frame buildings I reviewed. ordered.
f 76x240 feet, and two smaller
r .: L | Members of the board of dir-I
:..i.Z- __ buildings. They have not been I eetors of each organization are IChristmas MusicAt r only 25c eachREFILLABLE

used since the new addition to reminded that it is important for
the central maintenance building 1st MethodistThe
I each to be present. State meetings
was put into use several months
WRECKIN I ( I of both groups have been
ago. The maintenance operation, held since the last county meet Chancel Choir of the First, !

which was formerly scattered over I ing, and important rl"ports11 be Methodist Church will present a'

MAINTENANCE SHOP BUILDINGS, CAMP BRANDING; All Materials For Sale 2C acres, is now under one roof. made to the membership Friday special program, "Christmas In 11 ,

Siding, Sheathing. Framing Steel Windows Boilers Blower night. Song," at the 11 a.m. service Sunday -
Pipe; ; Type Miss with Refills lOc
BHS morning. Virginia Sello'elL ea.
Radiators With Fan. 2 Air Compressors With 20 H.P.Iotorg: Electrical Cagers This. will not be a supper meeting choir leader, will direct. i

Fuse!' and Switch Boxes, and other miscellaneous items. Take 3 The Children's Choir will also
h Straight; BLUE
I!Funeral present a number on the program.
CUYAHOGA WRECKING CO. Live Oak Special Christmas music will al- BLACK
Play For
I RasmussenMrs. .0 be sung at the Sunday evening
Salesman on Job 7:30 A.M.: 4:00 f)() P.M.: Monday thru FridayIT'S .. service by the Intermediate and RED

Bradford Tornado cagers hope Bertha G. Rasmussen, 76, Senior MFY Choirs. Jim Ritch
continue their winning streak of Stat key died in a Gainesville will lead the congregational singing FINE OR 3IEDI17M POINTS:

: -4t '-. when nnn they_u_. _meet un Live Oak (there) I hospital Wednesday morning after f' ,
tonight. The B squad game is,I ? brief illness.

scheduled at 6:30 and the A I Mrs. Rasmussen was born in Longer Hours Set The most economical

quad; contest at 8. Germany on January 30, 1883.

Tuesday night the Tornadoesbeat She was of Baptist denomination. ,By Starke Stores
ILLEGAL Baldwin 51-44 in a game Surviving members of the fam- For Late ShoppersStarke writing ever

played; there. The Bradford cag- ily are her husband. John C. ,

ers had trouble with Baldwin's Ramussen of Starke; her daughter stores staved open all day

tight zone defense -In the first Mrs. Bertha Rasmussen; and Wed., Dec16 and will repeat on

half and led by only 23-22 after Mr. Rassmussen's son. Carl Ras- Wednesday, Dec. 23, in accord- -

For two quarters. mu en. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ras- ance with holiday regulations a- BRADFORD COUNTY
a Any or Persons to Engage in Dick)' Dixon and Woody Strick- mussen are from Avenel. N. J. Jopted early in the year by the ,

land led Starke in scoring with Funeral services will be held at Retail Merchants Association. : m I

J2 and 20 points, respectively.Billy the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Smarting Friday night Dec. 18, !'
Helsabeck and Larry Elder Starke on Friday morning at 11 I Moles will remain open until 8:30: J J TELEGRAPH

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless :also played fine games with each J o'clock with Rev. Lacy Conway of- I I p. m. each night until Christmas. ;

pulling down many rebounds. ficiating. Interment will follow in The retail stores will close all _

Ciosby Lake Cemetery. day Christmas Dec. 25, and all ,
Bradford won the game in the
Active pallbearers will be E. L. day New Year's Day, Jan. 1. ,
gird quarter, scoring 13 points
The Name Is Griffis, J. W. Baidin, E. F. Conway -
RegisteredRead -nd holding Baldwin to 12.

Last Friday night, on the home pen,, A.and R.Charles Johnson Williams.Wallace Thig- HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH I: PC. LIVING ROOM GROUP

court, the Tornadoes loosened upn THEKESSA '
the second period and coastedU +
This a 55-34 victory over Macclenny. Norman Johns Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning -7
Florida Law L -,; I fI
:. BHS was behind 8-6 at the end Seriously HurtIn I Worship, 11 a. m. Christmas I h
of the fiist quarter, when both message by the pastor, Rev. Ira, r Y
teams had trouble hitting the bas- Hunting Mishap Samuel S. Cuthbert, "The Christ-
"It shall be Klis Star Still Shines." Christmas 1 C c 1 a t'.' xrti -
unlawful for any person or defined r
persons, as hertia toengage ket.The
'ausic the choir.
lead back and Norman J. Johns. a former resi- I by Training Un-
&: in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined forth with the see-sawea score tied 14-14 in dent of Bradford County and now ''ion. 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship,

without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the ire second quarter. At this point principal of Macclenny High 7:30 p. Christmas candlelight
clerk of the circuit Tornado School accidentally blasted a load worship sen ice, "A Saviour Is
court of the county where the principal place of business the attack exploded for
11 points while holding Macclenny of bird shot into his heel while on BomProgram by the choir and
Is. with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid affidavit children. Carol r
an corelsss, opening a lead that the a recent hunting expedition.It singing by choir

signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of Wildcats could never recover. was the second hunting acci- and congregation.

all those interested in the business dent for Johns. who, while a Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30:
enterprise, the extent of the Interest After a dull third quarter. the
p. m.. followed by choir rehearsal ,
youth lost one hand and part of
of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. Tornadoes opened up the final another hand when his shotgun ; nder direction of Fred Dodd. ; < -

Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring stanza victory.and Helsabeck widened their and marginof Elder sccidently fired as he was crossing J JI I j

to engage in business : a fence with it. 100 Occupational j
a name shall have advertised his or before he fouled out] were the

their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four ending rebounders for Bradford In the latest accident, Johns Licenses Unpaid
and contributed much to the Tor- I was hunting in the Lake Butler I I
((4)) consecutive
weeks in some newspaper as define -by law in the county
nadoes' success. Management Area sat down to *
100 ,
Approximately occupational 2PC. SOFA BED SUIT
where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not b. After the Live Oak game the rest on a log and when he arose licenses are still unpaid in the I

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof .f Tornadoes will lay off till Jan 7.iI i tne gun was somehow discharged .city and are delinquent since Oct. 2 STEP END TABLES
I vest of the shot entering his heelat i it iti
such publication. i 11,i when they were due. The penalty -
Rites Set Friday close range. :' for late payment in December I 1 COFFEE TABLE
After emergency treatment in a
For Mrs. WynnIn Lake Butler hospital, Johns was ,, is 20 per cent. I
City Hall records indicate that *
taken to Baptist Memorial Hos- I 2 TABLE LAMPS
Janes ChapelFuneral 15 new businesses have been lic-
pital in Jacksonville where several

f r If you are engaged in business under any name 1 p. m. Friday services in the will DeWitt be held C.at blood was: at transfusions first believed were that given.the foot It i i tnsed within the city since Oct. 1..1.1I I I i ii

$ 95
would have to be amputated but I
Jones Chapel for.Mrs. Oni Blanch. I i

other than your own, and have not had this name Wynn.afternoon Mrs Wynn 76.in who a local was died born hospital Wednesday Nov. 9, saved.later Johns reports was a said former it might resident be of I i NOTICEEFFECTIVE I I! Only i79

1887 in Bradford County, and was Brooker and Graham and gradu- j'' I
fated from Bradford School, j
the daughter of the late J- A. j. High I
properly advertised and registered we will be [Babel and Polly Parrish McKin- He taught at Heilbronn Springs DECEMBER 14, 1959 I
Ldor going to Lake Butler where j\
ney.Surviving are her husband Jack he served several years as princi-! We Will Buy I

L. Wynn; one daughter, Mrs. Los- pil of Union County High. !

glad to give you all necessary Information as to sie sons DiUgherty Heiiion Gainesville C. and Ossie.: two of Leola He is!Roberts a brother-in-law of Starke. of Mrs. +: POLESDelivered I Carrying Charge

Starke; two brothers, John McKinney r i II
i to Our Wilburn

you should do.BRADFORD. of of Graham Starke,: and two Bead sisters McKinney -, Auto Tag Sales i j I Plant Yard Near Lake'City I,I We Give *44 W Green Stamps

Mrs. Lizzie Wynn. and Mrs. Alice To Start Jan. 4 '
For Full Details and Prices 1
Kite both of Starke; 11 grandchildren -
and 'three great"grand- Due to the fact that courthouse i
: chfldren. offices will be closed aD day onj i Call: Southern Wood Preserving j HART FURNITURE COStarke

I COUNTY TELEGRAPHwhat Burial will be in the Wynn Saturday .Jan- 2, 1960 auto, license -' Co..,Lake City_ Fla. I

Cem teiy."Her. B.:L/Badgett 'of tags:will not go on sale here! Phone 21)7) I II

the First. Christian Church will of until Monday, Jan. 4, Tax cOllee-l It i t I FloridaTI

l ficiate. _*"*'* torJ-R-Kelly. .said,)' 1i 1

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PAGE SIX rRWIoRD.VoUNTY 1 .,..mR"' ... TAKk?. FLORIDA TIItHSDAY. DEC. 17, 1353:

Register Named John S. Bennett; E. G. Hill D. R.Edtrards Circuit Court and the seal of said
ers.The conspiracy charge consti- Cancer Workers Complete Survey ; George S. Baxter doing Court at Stark. Bradford County.
buisintss as George S. Baxter &: Florida this 15th day of December.
'Area Coach'Continued tutes a felony, punishable by imprisonment Company; W. L. Horne; F. J. Pres- 195?. Sell It Rent h Trade

up to 10 years, and a t rott and Eddie C. Gross and all (CIKCU1T COURT SEAL)
persons claiming any interest by, CHARLES A. DARBY.
( from Page 1) line up to $5,000. I i ihrojgh. under or against them or Clerk of the Circuit Court

The alleged civil rights viola- cither of them in or to the follow- Bradford County. Florida.Th '

ing profession for eight years. He tions in the other indictments are Irg, Florida lands situate, to-wit in: Bradford County Attorney ron A.for Yawn.Plaintiffs Jr. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

was an assistant coach at Alachua misdemeanors and could subjectthe Tnt: West Half of Lot 40. and Post Office Drawer 791 .'

High School for two years, came defendants to in jail !? ; all of tots 41. 42, 55. 56 and the Starke. Florida. I .
a year or :North Half of Lots 57 and 58 of I:-!'; It 1-1; i :OOMS. CARPORT. BATH ReNo PIANO WANTED -Any type In
to Starke as an assistant for one a $1,000 fine. Section 19 of Woodlawn according ii'dciing. noney down. Finance playable condition. Call Larry Cibon. -

)ear, and has served as head Tornado Next step in the civil rights case ;; i to the plat or map thereof LARGE BOMB .'1-1hl. ( ,'| wo 44471HEELS'fIp i3i" WO4-J071 or WO4-8IJ1.

coach for the past five seasons. -4 appearing of record in the pub- I FOR SALE-Colonial-type house Stchg 12/17
will be the issuance of bench war- ..-t ... lic records of Bradford County.
4 bedrooms, llv-.og family rm.
During that time he has tutored rants for the arrest of the guards. I .. .'. 4 Florida in Plat Book I. at Page dining rm. sun parlor rm- : located N FOR RENT 2 bedroom Concrete
them to 33-14-4 record. iS 17, and embracing the Soutn Half block house in Pinehavcn
a and their before the Walnut St. choice residential area corner
appearance S of the :Northwest Quarter (:NW close to business section, schools II lot. Living room kitchen. dinette
U. S. Commissioner in Jackson- 'i ) of the Southwest Quarter churches. Lot extends depth of entire and carport. Phone WO3-1041 or
ville lor I sS\\'l4); the West Half of the block. Will sell partly furnished \\09-1271. tfchg
preliminary hearings. .
: Put :Minutes
X..thwestluarter (;:;\\ ,. ) of
If Mrs. H.
desired. Contact
Indicted Warden Sinclair said that no : the Northwest Quarter (NWttt ) B. McLendon. 3029 Westchester owner Or. 5 FOR SALE: Five room block

Guards warrants had been served on any j the Southwest Quarter S\V- lano.o'I&.. or inquire Bradford b ones. Will sell reasonable 419) C nter -
a; the North Half of the South- tfchi
of the suspended guards through I vvst Quarter (SWU ) of the County Telegraph. 10SOLES St. ZIP 12.17

Wednesday. ti ouinwtst Quarter (SW'U ); and
;: ;; the North Half of the South Half FOR RENT -one bedroom (urn-
And Suspended of the Southwest Quarter (3\V"i Leather isM hed garage apartment. See Jimmy
Catholic Choir Of the ijouthwes-t Quarter (SW'..) Put on : our at Gulf Station. tfchg
-. "
;; r( Section n, Township! 5 South. I 15Iinutes
.' -. lange/ 22 East.GKEETINGS SOLES ;: HOOD QUALITY baled hay for sale.
(Continued from Page 1)) At Prison Plans ;/ : ; : You are hereby no- in V. K. Ferguson. Lawt.y. Fla. ftp 117Fuli

S. lifiid that a Mill in equity has been
charged all of the named guards Yule CantataA brought against you and each of uMen's by Phillip RENT 2 bedroom furnished
you and also against Bradford 1.50 > !.use! on Klngsley Lake Available
with conspiring to chain prisoners 4rs \ County, a political subdivision of Court Shoe Jan. 1 to Jane. Phone WOi-4261.
to the bars of their cells, with- cantata of Catholic Christmas the State: of Florida as defendants I RepairOpp. tfchg

music and the Scriptural ChristmaS by It. U Reddish' and his wife Mar-
out food and sometimes without ..,.. '. in the Rubber Court House
; tarct C. llcddioh plaintiffs ( ) I FOR SALE 2 Used Oil Circu
clothing, for periods of one to 10 Story will be presented Sun- above entitled Court and 'auoe; that l lating Heaters. Call be seen at

days, assaulting them with high- day, Dec. 27, at 3:30 p.m. in the Five of the volunteer workers Bradford County wa selected to the relief sought in said suit is to HEELS 65C upSTARKE'S 126 N. Court Street tarke Builders. tfchg
clouds from, and to quiet
. pressure streams of water from a sanctuary of the State Prison's who recently completed a cancer heip with the work because the and confirm the plaintiffs' title to FOR RENT

hose, and other extreme means of All Souls Chapel. Presenting the survey in Bradford County are local Cancer Society is classifiedas the above described lands as an Three bedroom house In Starke.
will 'be the St. Dismas pictured as they turned in their an active and unit lnd'1ea.ibir l fee simple title thereto SHOE WE HAVE a new loan program for .Adults. no inside pets.
punishment.This program by against the claims of you and eachof farmers. Loans oC 1 to S years .%. J.
treatment, the indictment Choir, the Catholic choir at the reports at the office of Dr. Sarah I the state chapter. About 100 )ou, and to enjoin each of you REPAIRING for the entire credit requirements T el. 04-1761 REALTOR St 8P"f>. Fla.
of the farmer and his fam-
continued deprived the prisonersof prison, which is under the direc- Lou Wells chairman of the families with all their members. title from or asserting Interest any in and right to, any claim of ily. Gainesville Production CredIt FOUND;: Ring in washer -

their civ! rights under the 14th tion of a fellow inmate, and spon- Bradford County Cancer Society. over SO. have filled out the necessary the aloresaid lands; and you are 123 S. Walnut St. Association (20 Horth Main. L ; : Owner may he by atauirnmat.
Gainesville Fla. tfch-
amendment without due processof sored by the Catholic Chaplain, From left to right (standing): forms. These families will be hereby summonsed ordered and reQuired i'lt-ntifyiog and paying for ad. Mrs.

law. Father Cornelius Dougherty. Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. Robert followed up at intervals during I' (>r defenses to file to the your complaint written answer in said Across from Park Theatre RADIOS REPAIREDAll I Williams. WQ9-1S43. ltp

The second indictment chargesthe Based on the idea of the Medi- Barksdale :Mrs. Olin White Jr. the next six years. I cause in the office of the undersigned Hakes. All .... Furnished House for Rent on Silver
Clerk of said Court at Starke. U- te..e Charge raaraat** i iOUfPHERD'S Lake Inquire at Greyhound Bas
14 guards with a similar conspiracy i eval Gospel Dramas the cantata Seated (I-r) Miss Louise Stem, Volunteers taking part in the ':.raUford County, Florida on or be- RADIO TV I Station. tfchgDBA

cast includes two readers, the Mrs. James Blackshear. and not fore the 14th day of January 1960.: laraaa Greea Owaer
!) survey pictured were W. C. T. U.
against the 21 prisoners, and ;i> serve a copy thereof on JIZ E. Call M. Pfcoae WO 480t RHODE
( Voice of the Old Testament, a Purpose of the survey was to Mrs. P. G. Felos, Mrs. D. E. Hill Thf>ron A. Yawn; Jr., plaintiffs" Starke, Fla.tOI.OMAT. XCRSEBT BOMB
but spells out the specific acts of j tJ-jod Care for ;your child. Fair
j I master of ceremonies four Shepherds gather a large file of informationabout Mrs. James Temple, :Mrs. J. A. attorney, whose address is: R ates. Licensed. Phone. WO 4-3031,
Post Office Drawer 791 IF YOU HAVE TilE SAME FLORIST
mistreatment against each inmate.
I I and Three Kings The ordinary living habits of Gnann, and Mrs. David Montgomery tarke, Florida, CONVICTIONS THAT I HAVE, Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. 1128 N. Thompson< St. tf'hlt.I .

Twenty-one other indictments' Story of Christmas is told through | people so that the relation of any Mrs. Martha Snellen and on or before said date as required Flowers wired any place. Flowersfor -
Of these ha&ts br;: the laws of the State of Florida ABOUT THE LIQUOR BUSINESS all occasions locally. Phone I FOR ALE
name smaller groups of the same the Old Testament Prophecies concerning to the development I Mrs. T. J. Aldeman were In chargeof and the 1954 Rules of Ciiil Proce- THEN TO BE SILENT IS WO 4-S2SI. 506 East Nona St. tfchg Ready. mix concrete concrete block
guards with simple violations of the Nativity of Christ, of cancer may be determined. the project. dure. If you fail to do so, a decree M rock post sand cementoter
Pro confesso will be entered against I I SINFUL THERE IS NOT ROOM mix steel oyster shell
the civil of and the Gospels of the Masses of you for the relief demanded in the FOR RE Furnished apart- Llmerock.-Pnone WO4-2521 Brill-
rights specific prison Christmas and Epiphany.The Pastor Called 3y Charles A. Darby comp'aint. FOR THE SHADOW OF A DOU- ments. Reasonable rates. Near ford Engineering Co. tfchg

I It It is hereby Ordered that this order BT. TilE WATCHMAN ON THE: shopping center. Phone WO '-%011rr
group has been rehearsingsince By Hope Baptists and Notice shall be published WALL MUST CRY OUT THE WO 4-5134 or call at 213 S.I FOR SALE Sweet Potatoes. }2pr
October for this programand CALL FOR BIDS once each week for four consecutive Cherry St. (Shell Oil Co. Office. !I bu. at farm. \Vz miles N. of 100
The Board WARNING OR BECOME GUILTYOF tfchg. on Bayless Highway. Lucian Conner
County Commission weeks! in the Bradford County Telegraph -
NO OTHER GIFlm extends an invitation to all At a special meeting Wednesday -, ers of Bradford County. Florida*" will a newspaper published in THE BLOOD OF OTHERS.DR. tfchg

Catholics of the Jacksonville- Dec. 9, the Hope Baptist :, -ntrivc sealed bids at 10:00 o'clock, L'radtord County Florida and having SAM MORRIS HASTINGS
to attend the on the morning of January 4. 1380, l a general circulation in said MATI'RESSl FOR RENT Furnished small
5tarke area performance Church of Theressa called Rev. ; i in fit Courtroom In the Courthouse Coupt). NATIONAL VOICE. & UPHOLSTERY ower floor apartments. Desirable location.
5oJIflgbi j Samuel Cuthbert as pastor. I; ''.r Casolinp! and Motor- Oil to be Witness my hand as Clerk of said --J Cope In. Reasonable rent.
!1 punhased thru a service Ctation.The W. H Nollman, 510 :i. Cherry SLtfcbg
Rev. Cuthbert 710 Lemon St. Palatka
was educated in -
bid shall be made a* so much
Christmas!. Tax CollectionsAt Philadelphia: Pa. He holds an A. !![ K-Jow the prevailing retail price of'' Furniture Rep? red, Upholstered
:. Gasoline and Motor Oil. SAVE J209-09 ON A HOME
B. t
degree from Eastern !
72.22 Per Cent Baptist | The bidder will also be required & Refinished
College, a B. D. degree from Eastern 't., service tires up to 1100-24. 1% t .. TERMLEGAR MOTORS MATTRESSES REBUILT I can sate you just that on the

Collector. ReportsTax Baptist Seminary and an S. i lly.The purchase of a home but you will
Bnard reserves the right to- New
.g t T. M. degree from Temple Uni- I reject any and all bids. Innersprings have to buy before January 1st.,

Collector J. R. Kelly reported versity in Philadelphia.Four I (SEAL) and Box Springs 5 0-s to get homestead tax exemption.

illf'iAk yesterday that the 1953 years of his ministry were Chance A.. Darby. Clerk 12/17 2t -12124 Drop Us a Card or CaD Your down payment will

collected -'I I PALATKA EA 5-9166 be only $418.00 and you will ret
tax roll was 72.22 per cent spent as a chaplain in the Army .

through Dec. 15. Total net I Air Corps, and he was in Englandfor !.Fradfonl The (..C nty.BBty.Jmifr Florida C..rt Of STARKE \\O 4-5934 a hot water heater, space heater,

1u-'.-..N. collections to date stand at $229-, 19 months with the 8th. Air IN! r.E Estate: of Ella. F. Horns- WE HAVE 1960 FORDSIN SIRS. PEGGY SHALLER, Starke, electric refrigerator and an electric

710.49 which does not include the Force. 'lty! deceased. A ranre. All brand new and in*
y.rIhlws......,it,. ;Notice: Of Filing Petition For Final l feat stalled., Tour monthly paymentswill
10131.46 allowed taxpayers as I I j Rev. and Mrs- Cuthbert lived in Diwharge Of AdministratorTo .
....a--I. -AllVhoin It May Concern tfchg be just like rent and,you will
discounts for payment in November Fouth Florida for two years during : STOCK!
Notice have a modem home complete
and December. The 1959 tax the war. After serving over- lileJ' by. final returns as admlnl'ator' Ton Sedan* V-g engine, Fordomatic
"'' of the estate of Ella F. I lladio.! Heater Power Steering every detaiL There arc no better
roll totaled 33207010. seas for 19 months, he was trans- _.
I Horntby, deceased:,that'T: have.filed wh'te tires yellow and white. One; homes than oar homes. Can as
Kelly said that $212.683.51 ha>j fired to the Boca Raton Army my. petition for final discharge and Purchase Your New Car for ownrr low mileage. X-Condition. I
I I t8t I will apply to the Honorable Tt'rwIUf'tarIoton.. Uchg: for details and they may be seen
already been remitted to the I| Field in South Florida. Th"rnn A.' Yawn. County Judge of at your convenience.

rradford County, Florida, on Jan- FOR SALE-195* Ford Six Passen
County Commission and the School) trlt19'h.' 1960. at 10fl o'clock a.? Christmas Now and S-A-V-E ger Station Wagon. "-8 engine, For: A. J..THOMAS- REALTOR

Board in three distributions. CU.L FOR BIDS I m. for npnrnral of the same and domatic. Radio Heater White Tires!, TeL W04-5781
The Board of County Commi."si- fr final discharge us administrator Power Steering. Power Crakes. Local STARKE. FLA.
p I on..rs of Bradford County Florida.'! nf the estate of. EUa F. Hornsby, c.ir. one owner. Terwillegar Motors :
.t, i will receive scaled bids at 10:00 0.'Iurk. '- Itctig FOR SALE A few assorted sizes
J December 18th. .
on the morning of January I 193: PAYMENTS START beautiful Red Cedar Christmas
I. 1960. in the Courtroom. in th<> t Charles M. Schmitt FOR KENT;: Furnished apartment
: rres. Tullis. One mile south of Key*
l' rthou. for estate of Ella at rear of store at!
o. all No. 2 Diesel Fuel building
stone Post Office. Just off Route
RED CEDARCHRISTMAS and Tractor Oil. K Hornsby. deceased. 321 temple Ave. Contact Mrs. 2J 1. Phone 702 4t 12.24
The County Equipment wTll pick 12/17 It 17| 1960 Kau'le\ Mott at )f arthy'. Garage

thi up at the hulk station.Thp S miles on Raiford Rd. tfchg FOR SALE 193 Ford Bus. 32DasKebger.
hid shall be made as so much Good tires. good body.
TREESFOR below the prevailing retail price of j; lit Circuit foarf. Bradford Ccaaty. EVENING CLASSES for adults. AH I Motor in fair shape. Receiving bids
I ;No.: :2: Diesel Fuel and Tractor OiL I riorhfai Ch"aeer>. Late Model Cars and TrucksTo subjects. Credit If wanted. Write for 30 days. May be seen at Baptist
The Poard reserves!! the right to e I'I. Case No. 12-834 Director: Box 11\11)\ i Stark,', or call I Church Hampton. 4tchg 12117:
reject any and all bids. K. Braswell. Plalntill, Select From. Also I WO ,i-3071 or visit Adult Education
(SEAL) vs. Wbl W. Braswell, Defendant 21 1 WideI Office, 1>O Bldg. for' additional FOR SALE Sweet potatoes, 11.25::
SALE AT Charles A. ttarbv Clerk I Xitire To Appear I information tfchg E per bushel. You furnish the con
12117 2t 1224: | To: Webb W. Draswell. whose re- Selection of Cheapies! tainer. Field' run. 100A Griffin Loop.
fidcnce and address!!! l.<: 11J6 Ponce TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES Ned C. Coleman Phone WOJ-1752:;
C.\: LI. FOR RID de Lon, X. E. Atlanta 6.. Georgia. free labor. Mrs. Peggy Shaller. 209 412117
The I Yot are hereby notified that ,a E. Adkins St. phone WO 4- n4 tfchg
Board of
County Commissioners
suit for divorce has!!! been filed For. SALE 40 ft. X I ft. house
of Bradford

4. 9fiO. in the Courtroom. in th". to serve a copy of your answer .. ; Jocltel at Bradford: High tfchtf
or pleading to the complaint Pruning Braiing DeMowing -
Courthouse, for all No. 2 fuel and
kerosene to be supplied to the J.on IVarl tli- Plaintiff 10% Law Attorney. Martin Your Authorized Ford Dealer Cavity Work Tree Removal FOR .1ILE
C Otl thoutw' agricultural Exchange Pullding.I 1931 Ford V-8 Truck. J-4 Ton, Light
*. building. Jacksonville 2, FlrfTand file the or- TransplantingSapp's Duty. Stake Body.
't'ip'f trCE COMPANY'
The bid shall be made as so much: I Surgeons
tile Circuit Court on or before the 11*. X. WalKBt tit.P. .
J below the prevailing retail price. 'u day of January, 1960; otherwise In Bradford County PETE SAP, Owner ..... WO 4-9191
The Board
reserves the right to
726 THOMAS ST. STARKE JI ..'... t any and all bids. the allegations of said Complaint tfchg
will oe taken as confessed by you. STARKE PhONE WO 4-3963
I (SEAL) This!! notice hall be published once DEALER AND FACTORY WARRANTY W01ENo"EED\ CQSMETTJCS
I Charles!! A. Darby. Clerk. ea 12il7:: 2t 1224OK : we-ks in the Bradford County consecutive Tele- There Is a tremendous demand for

Si aph. AVON. We have attractive open

CHOOSE YOUR TREE NOW -.- OTII.: MORTCGKFoiuri.osriu 199.Dated tl.is li; day of December; bugs for ambitious women. Write:
Notip is hereby given pursuant I I (SEAL' ) Oulda C. Sweat P. O. Box MO,
Let It Grow a Final Decree of Foreclosure. diaries A. Darby. Chrk of
'Til Puttin' Time'd I I the JIM HOMES Lhe Oak, Fin.JACkSOi .
up "irruit Court. Toney
;atc December 11. 1959; and enter- .
I.*.! in Chancery Case No. I:-I'! % ofthe i !u> Marian L. Crosby Deputy"
Circuit Court of tne Eighth Clerk Blltni\U SIPPH
Tudicial Circuit in and for Bradford I I 12117 4t 17In Rear Of DIll Dad Factoryogfllyr
PRICES finnty. Florida.. wherein T. A. JaekMa;
I Grave! and Gladys Graves his wife.1 firralt C..n. Bradford C....,, If W. hi veal f.t It HERE. Tker
are plaintiff, and K B & M...Incorporated. .: Florldat la Caaarery. $1095 and hareat n.t It THERE.
2.75 and for I a Florida corporation eta Case Xo. 12-6S3 upNO New and used building rapBlle,
Cut Trees .. .f
up and up are the defendants. I will sell to;, Elizabeth Conklin. Plaintiff >s. every decrrlptU '
Kober: T. Come !. sad l xk mrtmmt sad U
(Ih. Conklia.
I the highest front and best bidder door for caohat I .Notice To Appear Defendant. MONEY DOWN NO CHARGE FOR TRAVEL Tea m..'. H. what r_ w..t ask
Kouth) of the
for Live (Ball and Burlap) Trees I! Starke.Bradford: Bradford County County Courthouse Florida in 'Idpcce To: nobert and address'T. Conklin i Hamilton.whose re-N. ANYWHERE IN FLORIDA -- SAME LOW PRICE ran Bob W04-4041 GII.... ,te get It f.r y..tfchc*r

l Y. For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our
I at 11:90 o'clock AM.. on the 58th
Vacumn Cleaner with
-liv of December. 1J39.: the following You are hereby: notified that a Agent all
attachments In good condition.
nrrperty as set forth. in said Final suit for divorce has been filed a- 221 N. Temple Phone WO 4-3965 Price $25. Johnnie Hanten.
frain t in
Decree to-wit yon the above named .
Phone HO 8-28Jl. Waldo.
Real Property in Bradford Coun Court and you are required to serVe
4 ')'. Florida: a ""lIY" of your answer or pleading LARGE STORAGE SPACE For
to the r>nt. Call V,O 4-SS34.: ,__ttchg FOR SALE-Chihuahua Puppies $!aci.
The complaint
South half of the Southeast on the Plaintiffs .
quarter fSE'i: : ) of the ;Northwest: Attorney, E. K. Ferryman. Starke Also Chihuahua A. K. C. Regis
quarter (NW 4) and the Northeastjuarter Florida and file the original in the Make This Christmas Last tered tud service. Phone LE 3-2471.

SHOP .(NEU of the Southwestnuarter of.-ce of the Clerk of the Circuit A Lifetime! Itchg
(SWy ). all in Section 10 I, Couit on or before the 18 day of FOK
'Township 7 South Range 21 East January 1960; otherwise the allegations GIVE YOUR FAMILY KENT-J room upper apart-
ment S2S per mo. at 403 N. WalnutSt.
SHOP of said
I containing sixty (60) acres. more Complaint will be tak-
WO f-5ISi. Mrs. Johnson. Itch
or less.! en as .confessed by you. WORLD BOOKENCYCLOPEDIA
SHOP I>rson'"l Property in Bradford Th...- notice shall be published once PETTO FLORIST

Cojntr. Florida: each week for four consecutive II. S. THOMPSON 81;'.
1, On* hlS<'O Boiler and accessories weeks in the.Bradford. County Tele PHONE WO 4-4133
Serial No. 8931 Type; 500 I graph. DISTiarCTTVE FLOWERS
SMGB Dated this 14lh day of December "FIRST IS SALES" "'f: WIRE FLOWERS ANYWHERE
Don't Buy Your New Car :2. One 50 gal. pasturixer: Model U;?,.
No. UA50A Serial No. 8650 &; accessories ,- SEAL) Most Highly RecommendedBy TWO bedroom unfurnished house
Charles A. Darby, Clerk of the for rent la Lawtey. Phone LE 32141. .
nv,0 $') -gal. stainless steel I Circuit. Court only $$2595 Schools Itchg
on the First StopGO pasturizer no name plate & acc !-, Py Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy I
!'nraen- M. A. PAYNE FOR RENT Furnished apartment.

4. One Homogenizer creamery 12.17 4t 17la | Mo4.rn conveniences, 2 bedrooms, air
I'. O. Box 603 Ph. WO 43794KOR
packager Serial 35012S9 &: acces- condition gas heat IS! per mo. to
As Pictured Above with
sories. The Circuit C0.rt Of Tae EighthJadtoial CarportWe reliable party. Millard Judd 127
5. One Taylor recorder Serial No. Cirrvlt Of FI.r.... ta AmmFor Lafayette. tfchg

ANYWHERE FOR ':'; -T 5694 Bradford Cramty. I. Cmaaeery. 2 8 for floor not 2 6'8.Ye RENT-Furnished one bedroom
A PRICE f.: One bottling machine Cherry Case 12-833 use x framing x use apartment. Upper Corner of Grant FOR RENT-2 ,bedroom tarnished

Bun ell Serial No. ;$59 Suit To Quiet Title 2 x 6's for ceiling framing not 2 x 4'8.Ve will and Washington Sis. F. B. Beard. house with carport and large utility
7. Two De Laval Milking machines R. L. Reddish and his wife. Margaret LE 3-CI 2tcng- I-:14 loom. For couple or with infant
complete C Reddish Plaintiffs v!. furnish material for you to build. We do repair and child. Inquire at 732 N. Thompson

BUT f. One Surge Milking machine Thomas J. Burrin, et al, Defendants St Itchg
omp1t'teC finish house already Experienced Baby Sitter will workin
your home or mine. By hour dayor .
Two Aerators complete with Order Of Publication And Notice FOR a ALE-l' New TV Picture
week. Mrs. H. E. )McGee 2 mi.
piping. To Defend MODEL HOME AND OFFICE Can on Rd. 100, Phone WO 4-OOJJ. lube;, 2$" HJgginx bike; pair of
10. One Ford Ferguson Tractor In the name of the State of Florida Ph.a aats and cage: 2 parakeets and
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE I I. One 2 bottom plow to: Itch-? 4 Q@"es.. Kteln, K miles N. Of Stark
I:. Oue disc Ann Mary Gross whose residence WALDO FLA. on 301. Itp
I 2. One bull. stock is: Tost Office Box 61$. Port Hue- FOR RENT-Furnished 2 bedroom

14. One built-in, walk-in cooler nefl.e. California and to Donald L. t ?tise on Kingiler Lake. Tear round FOR RENT-4 room unfurnished
and two compressors attached- to McKay; Thomas J. Dixon; Elizabeth 12 Miles South of Starke on U. S. 301 rental Mr. Jeanette Kincaid. 409X apartment with.Urge ban and private -
bjildine Dixon. also known as J. E.' Dixon; ;: Walnut St. tfchg drive way an N.: Lake St Call
15. Sevently-five (7$) cows and Thomas J. Burrin; Jeanette E. Pur- OPEN 8:00 A3I. TO 8:00 P.M. WO 4-494. tfcb?

Billy heifers rin; I. P. McCully; John A. Graham; Wanted-Hoste -Cashier. No experience ,
DowlingAcross It. Feed-seven. 100 Ib sacks of J. L. Gates also known as Jams necessary but moat be refined FOR SALE used dining room furni
('0- f- L- Gates; Kittle M. Gates; Samuel RAY D. FORTH, Box 196, Keystone Heights, Florida neat and Intelligent. Age %%.4*. Reference ture. 5 mi. south on 201. Phone WO
17. .Milk bottles. 4 gross C Lane; 3. D. McLetnore; Susie B. required. Contact Mr. Moye, 9-1JJ2 after S p. 111ttp 12-24
". =" '-fiT ft gallon milk cans McLemore: John JC. Earl. Jr.; Hen Phone 4307 mornings at Gold House Restaurant. .

I!. 195 Ford Panel Truck. ID rietta D. Earl: Jo&a C.E4ie; Thomas No phone calls. 2tp 12-:14 FOR RENT tafortlshed four room
'i. ItIIYIITJ-491"; U5 Florida license W. Pitts; Charles Roberts: Al cottage with bath .

The Street From Setzer's tag Xo. 45 GK 158itei4 bert D. Miller; Vesta D. Miller; JIM TONEY HOMES, Box 368, Waldo, Florida FOR SALE-New, unused G. E. Deluxe -- T. Qul ley. on CoUey Road.J. itch
this 15 .day of December i David .A. Floyd: Belle A. Floyd; Electric Mixer (White)." Two -
A. D. 1)5g.Charles James A. Sherman; Irvin B. Whit Phone HO 8-2781 bowls. Will sell for 12240. Makesnn FOR
t P.AL) .SALE-1939 Ford V.I Pickup
also known .
ney. as Ervln P. WhItneyJames
gift B. Cady, Kini r- Truck.
I A. Darby, Clerk of said H. Foss. also known as sic; Lake Rt 1. Itp One loca rordmaUc.) Radio. Heater.
owner. Like 199 JIe'ten1
Circuit Court. Jam, H. .Yauas.1jpip' W'F.$c fuaraaufl. .Texwlttegar new Motor

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: 1 1iSEAL said Court this nth day of Nerem-1rr'. I f .f Ci.rait: Court ofBi. df'rd I ,
legs that does more damage and Mrs. Morris Bell, where the rece- graph. commencing>->. December C 1J5'-1 ber. A. It l5,>. ..n,:2a' Flur.tia. ,
spreads more pure filth than ption was beautifully. decoratedin Witness my hang and the I /s1! CHARLIE- D".B I:,: 4t i.t

nasty rats. There is no such thingas white and green, flowers and ,._ ,
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a clean rat. ferns. The tiered wedding cake, _,",.-..".c__'C;.."_'';.-i c--.__.-""."=.-.=.4"""_" ... -.7-:<:!.' : -- -- -_- :-.. %"'-- -;r h-',," -"' :". -- A'.:- i r i';" '=;;_7'- .:.;.-___ f!
-.L i----.s ---- --- ----- NEW%
Cold weather is bringing them topped with a miniature bride -.t
d n .1'. You ought to have a receptionfor and groom and the. punch bowl t
them that will end their tra- graced the dinning table which I
veling. If you need to kill rats I was covered with a white lace '* Y
come to see us. cloth over pink. Mrs. Lois Chism a ; VOLKSWAGENS{ S SI
Goodbye, Mr. Reach and Mrs. Ellen Wilkinson cut the Ii
There is a leaflet printed with rake while Mrs. Lola Struts and I
{ just such a title. Miss Trisa Foster poured punch. r ; _
Florida conditions and roaches Miss Sarah Chesnutt kept the
By G. T. Huggins just go together. They can multi- tndes book. Mrs. Iris Wilkinson I I I

County .\gpnt ply and really be another filthy and Mr. Emaline Bell served.
pest if you don't try to kill a few After the reception the bride
---- of them. acid/ groom left for a short wedding w. maek11 ,I ARE
Requests For ACP trip after which
they will
Jacksonville Fair Ended Well !'nbit.
This was our first experiencen Everybody here at home did just Agricultural conservation prac- be at home to their friends at T ye-1 !I AVAILABLE
: to advertise our tice assistance requests started their new home on Normandy 4 6: aFS t
having a booth at the Jacksonville what is
December 1. First request period Boulevard. The bride's going I II II
exhibit 100 cent cooperation. away
; Industrial and Agricul- I per Te1frAi
andEeve.al Rat Killing Time will end January 8. dress was a white sport dress trim- OH
tural Fair. We had a good one i
thousand people were reminded i: Anytime is rat-killing time if Among our greatest needs for med in goldMiscellaneous. e .
again that Bradford '11 here is a need and you can get our county are liming materialson Shower
information pasture and cropland; main- Mrs. Louise Lee entertained at THE LOT
County is on the map.It {the proper bait. We have some I I
was interesting to hear the on killing rats that you tenance of old pasture; proper home on Friday night. Nov. 28 I
and seed and fertilizer for new pastureand Tiith a miscellaneous shower hon- !
remarks that people would make need. Come on by our office : Q AT
PS they stood and named the variety find out about it. You will be glad. legume cover crops.There are 01 ing Miss Marie Bell bride elect. ,
of products we had on ex- I There is no rodent with fourStrobo's other practices in the program Bride's bingo was played and several -i &
that might be of interest to you. prizes awarded after' which I
I.so be sure to stop in and talk to the honoree opened her many .1 (JP8155ag NOEGEL'SAUTO
:Mrs. Sapp or Mrs Watterson. lovely and useful gifts. Delicious 8
Garage & Radiator Shop ::Soil Tests ImportantHave I cake and punch were served. About V

you heard or have you I. 25 guests enjoyed this. occa 1i11ii ,
said-MY SOIL NEEDS LIME. sion. Miss Betty Peterson asssited
WINTER SPECIAL There are four important indi In entertaining. GIVE HER AMj

Hose and cations you get from a soil test f-
Pressure Flush Your Radiator, Check Water
that helps determine the need. The State Of Florida To LeRoy I F ELECTRIC APPUANCE
Radiator Leaks One Gallon Prestone Anti-Freeze The soil pH the available calcium Smith: -I
You are hereby notified that SALESNEW
All for $5.50 (Reg. Price $6.35)). On Install Anti- already in the soil the magnesium petition has been filed in the Cir-a Shell to _
and the soil texture. All cuit Court of Bradford County fioatiflf ,
Freeze $3.10 Per Gallon. Also Special on Brake If magnesiumis Kloridd. in Chancery, by Eugene erbao sb..her new electric
these go together. rr->y Birt and Mary L. Dirt. his )
aipiiance-tuts gift the slat
Jobs. dolomite.A ,
low you need wife to legally adopt Allen Smith. '
CORNER S. ORANGE ST. AND EDWARDS ROAD soil test is the only way to a tr.-nor child; and you are hereby I I' wa>ateaadtteedAmejoceppG *
i required to be and appear In eaid t. race wffl tighten her work,(h* :
know the kind and the amount of Court and Cause! on January IS,
her leuore, time
13GO, man more to
I at 10:00 o'clock A. M and to
material you need. If :your soil then and there show cause why petition -I spend with the fami1,. S.
needs liming you will get more should not be granted. If you Mr tocSIJ.I .
ysxs .
I I return from spending that money fail to do so. the allegations of said rw ,
It COUNTIES The Circuit<< C..rt Of Bradford
I than any other material appliedto I petition will be taken as confessedby
soil..a..aa.uauuuaua.a.. .. you.
I This order and notice shall be R9fi
published in four successTC.::! weekly -
& -
I l 1j issues of Bradford County :Tele- d PrC




Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Holland Brown
and sons of California are spending -
a leave here with Mrs. Hol WATCHES DIAMONDS ,1.X : ... .

land's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. REPAIRS .
{ .
L4 Wilkerson, Sr. Mr. Brown is being AU Work GuaranteedA. o
transferred to Alaska and will
\ leave for there soon. C. Williams FLORIDA POWER UGHT.COMPANY .lli. -
rtIbFi41 .
We were sorry to learn that 142 W. Call St.

1 Irs. Harry Padgett has been ill Starke, Fla. --'J" ( jmnr
for the past few weeks with the Formerly Roberts Jewelry 't"I -
flu. .. '. ... J''.,',!"' >J'Ir-=," "'....... ....".-.. -_ ? ,. _--_. .._.,- ;.o;:,;...., -.. =. v-=""'- -*t"":" -"'- ---.;. -
4".l._ """ --'if"
.... Long Branch ProgramsThe ':"""'-< : F-: -: : : ::::!:': :"4'r -;:._- "' : ::-! i-_ ..-" :r;' ':.it :;: 5. R

Marion County is one of Florida's largest and Long Branch Baptist .} .. C'
more important agricultural counties, with a flour Church will hold their annual .
ishing farm crop income. Other sources of income Christmas play next Sunday night M'Let'j'-- ,
include citrus,beef and dairy cattle,hog and poultry Dec. 20, at 7:30 p. m. The public it- I
thoroughbred horses, varied manufacturing plants is invited to attend. On Monday
and forestry.products. There.are unlimited tourist night Dec. 21, they will hold Just Truthful
attractions, such as world-famed Silver Springs and tneir Christmas party at the "NatuEafifJe} { I
Ocala National Forest Reserve. plus some! of the r urch. j ""****
best fishing sources.in the State. This vast county ; .
Maxville '
Baptist Program
formed;in 1845 was named in honor of General This
Francis Marion.In The Maxville Baptist Church j. About Gas Business :
progressive Marion County and throughout will hold their annual Christmas .
Florida, the United States Brewers FoundatioA play and program on Wednesday ,... FAIRLANEFOR
works constantly to assure the sale of beer-and ale night Dec. 23, at 7:30 p..m. The l _. .
under pleasant, orderly conditions; Believing that putlic is invited to attend-
strict law enforcement serves the best interest of Mrs. Dexter McPherson and
the people of Florida, the Foundation stresses close Mrs. Pansy Knight sat up at the All is good -- but the re is no better ;
gas gas
cooperation with the Armed Forces, law enforce Ed Fraser Hospital Saturday _
ment and officials in its "selfr .
governing continuing
night with Jim Godwin who was
I regulation" program. in a critical condition. than SLADE GAS. ( $1990WITH

BEER FLORIDA'SLIGHT EPfTi' Friends of Bob Nolan of Seville ...to-
41F United State* fireFctuidotlom Fill regret to learn that he is seriously .4 r 1
BRIGHT i t ill and confined to the Ms- :
BEVERAGE 4 0 florid Dinii.90S .. in Deland.Mr. V NO
mOl ial Hospital S
r H.Mm*Jk *
OF MODERATION E 9 roux OrW Ilwil. and Mrs. Ernest Padgett Let's take look at how "Natural" will affect you, keeping in mind that ..

and family of Middleburg visited all inside pipe?_as well as outside will have to be changed if you are going

with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett i .' to get efficiency. Let's ask and answer some questions: PAYMENTSUNTIL

Thursday. ,.
Mr. and Mrs- J. D. Padgett had
as their dinner guests Sunday, Q. Are yougoing to save money by changing to natural? .
BUCK'SGROCERY Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mosley of Mid- A. Not if you are purchasing Slade Gas, for Slade plans to be competi ,.
dicburg. '
We wish to extend heartfelt FEB. 1980

sympathy to the family of Jim "
& MEATS Godwin, who passed away Sunday Q. If Slade can reduce his prices to meet natural, why hasn't he already
night in the Ed Fraser hospital done so? I I

One-Fourth Mile North of Starke on 301 in Macclenny. Funeral serviceswere *
held at the Marvffle Baptist A. For the ib sic reason that no profit can be made at the quoted prices.

Open 7 AM-11 PM ... 7 Days Per Week Church Tuesday afternoon with This is.also true of the City with natural Hundreds of other Cities

interment in Long Branch Ceme- who have.gone into the gas business started at a low price to get I ALSO A WIDESELECTION

tery. business then'raised prices after they had the customers converted. -

WEEKEND SALE Fri. Sat Sun. Mrs. Hattie Nolan and Mrs. Lor- II _
aine Mosley were business visitors .

in Wilkinson-Bell Jacksonville Monday Q. If the City cannot make a profit at the quoted prices, why are they \\I II

Picnic HAMS Flint River offering at these prices? Of
l l33c Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ben of gas
I Sliced BACON Maxville announce, Marie the ,marriageof to Win- A. You win have to get this answer from the City, but if they follow thepatternXand .

lb. f fred[ their Wilkinson daughter son of Mr. and ; I feel'sure they will) of other cities, they will raise your GUARANTEEDUSED

39c Ib pkg Mrs. C. Wilkinson, Sr. of Max- price after-. they have secured your business.

vine. The wedding was solemnizedn "
3 lb Jar Pure Sunday afternoon. Dec. 13. at : CARSAT

Palm Valley 3 p. m. in the Highland Baptist I
Lard 39c SAUSAGEllb.roll25c The church was beautifully decorated .
with white chrysanthemums i USED
and white gladioli green .. 'I
As the friends gathered I DEALER
ivy and fern. CAR
Slab Smoked i iI for the wedding Mrs. Oliver We welcorneany ry you desire to make. Then if you feel

I 01 Jacksonville played several mu- you want to change, we will be glad to help you in any way we. i
25c! Blue Ribbon ;:cal selections on the organ and
Bacon lb Mrs. Lois Chism sang, "Because can. *
of You"- Mrs. Louise Lee, wearinga I
; r. ..
lb 19c .
Oleo beautiful pink dress, was matron ,

White BACON of wearing honor green and Miss was Pats the brides-Smith <: SLADE GAS IS: I

Little Peggy Lucas and

20clb. NECK BONES Jack David Lee Ray were WilMriSon flower was girls and the 1 FAR HOTTER. PER_.:SQUARE FOOT 2. HAS A MORE EVEN PRESSURE NOEGEL'SAUTO

....Lt.. 2 Ibs. 29cFresh ling his bearer.best man Mr..Wilkinsoa, his brother,choseas Wilbur e '., ". .- it y- .

I Wilkinson of Jacksonville and IS NONTOXIC I
Potatoes the ushers were Harry Bell' and .

Large, Grade A Amos Lee.
31bs 25c The bride. wearing a beautiful
creation of whitelace over satin .$
Eggs doz 49c with a veil entered the.church on

the arm of her father, who gave SALES
Foremost her away, and the wedding, vows
were recited by Rev. ChiSm, pas SLADE GAS Company
tor of the church.
ilk49c The bride's mother chose for 1021 N. Temple Ave.

15c the occasion a blue dress, and thigroom's
HALF GAL. Big Dip : mother wore pink. I Phone WO 46161I
Next Door Winn-Dixie
Immediately after the ceremony to Phone WO 4-3551 I
With Each $3.00 Order PINT :a reception, was held at the home I ; ,

of the bride's parents', Mr. and ; : :

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th teaspoon ground cloves one- vtll last Saturday. i I I I Wanda Lee Sapp and babies. f
; ) Home Demonstration jaif: cup warm water 2 packages Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Norman and 'I Recent visitors in the home of
ii-on James visited the W. H. Mor- THIS CHRISTMAS GIVE ANEVV
active dry yeast, 5 and one-half I : your correspondent were Mr. and
H p p Notes san family: the D. H. Smith family ; Mrs. Clyde Odom. Mr. and Mrs.
cups sifted all-purpose flour 1
.'. J.',..,,3 byDOROTHY I J By Mrs. Sybil Griffis I: ana Mr. Claude Morgan in !i i i'Sttrke Clyde. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
: I beaten egg one-half cup raisins AAi..._A..wwrwww uw1 a.. ,' : on Sunday. McDonald Carl Junmie. Aletha
J 'ii. .; ') ROSS !tr..e-half cup candied cherries cut I Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellan 'and Gary Walker of Jacksonville: !
,- / :.;,;I-.1 Home Demonstration Agent in fourths one-half cup chopped ;, Among the guests who enjoyed (i>!:Knt Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Coy Cruce and family
I the "cane grindng" at Mr. BrittRosier's ,
I ana Mrs. Leslie McClellan. vf Chi Lota Florida.
Christmas Decorations WorkshopThe Mrs. Mattie Sowell and Mrs. Rosa I j r.uts. house last Tuesday were :j I ', I ,
1'I Rev and Mrs. J. E. Norman and 1
Visitors of the Church
I I "
Brooker Home Demonstration Pmiioisleri ; : Sprinkle yeast over one-half Aunt Daisy Pringle. Jewell Red- "
James visited relatives Lake '
Club was hostess to the coun- i A covered dish lunch was en.njed ,rup: warm water in large bowl. Let 'ding and children. Rev. and Mrs.J. on in Sunday evening were Mrand '"
i City Saturday evening. :Mrs. Ernie Johns of Heilbrcnn. j Iion't '
(\l's Christmas decorations work- at noon. Miss Ross displaya i.stand 10 minutes. Mix milk, E. Norman and son James, :Mr. ,,
I sugar '
nop last Tuesday. Various kinds ofbells loaf of Swiss Christmas Bread j fat salt and spices. Add to yeast. end Mrs. Arthur Redding and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClellan forget our Christmas playoi --
wreaths, and swags were which may be used for holiday I Aad one-half the flour and beat family: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosier visited their son and daughter-in-I! Dec. 22 at 8 p. m. ". -
native and and family. Clarence Rosier, Mr. ,.aw. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McClel- l I'
made using greenery family meals or gjfts. You will i s.uooth. Add egg raisins, cherries
kitchen. Kiss- ''i aiid Mrs. Arnis Kirkland Bobby J lan in Jasper.
things found.in the want to try this delicious yeast: and nuts. Blend in rest of the ,,. r !a
mg rings and boughs derived from : l'1 cad. Sliced thin and spread with Knead until smooth. Place McClelian and four friends and Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. ELECTROLUXVacuums -

the ancients, decorated with butter it is good toasted for t Turn on lightly floured board. your corespondent.Mrs. RcMer this week were Mr. and Waxers Scrubbers I ri
sprays of mistletoe: and holly were 'b-eakfast or as sandwiches to serve | in greased boul- Grease top. Cover. Wanda Sapp visited her :; Mrs. George Griffis of Lawtey and For Free Home Demonstration I
explained. with milk tea coffee or When mother Sunday afternoon at Rai. ,Mi. and Mrs. Homer Hart and '
double in bulk punch down Call Gary Garner Local
Among those attending the Swiss Chmtmas Bread punch'I',and shape. into two loaves.; Cover ford.visitors daughter: of Jacksonville.' Sales -
woikshop vim Mrs R. M Caddell i One cup warm. milk ( i-t rise until dough is one-fourth of the J. S. Sapp family Visitors of Rev. and Mrs. J. E Representative. at """ -...

M's. A. C. Belche. Mrs. Jim Harden i, raw milk is usedl.one-fourth cup j inch from top of pan. Brush with I i were Mr. J. D. Sapp and Mr. : \oiman this week were Mr. and WO 11265I ...... -.....
Mrs. E. L. Cox Mn H. B. incited butter or margarine, one-I melted butter and sprinkle Art Dugger of Jacksonville. Mrs. Thomas Starling and Mrs. "" .......
Hamilton. Mrs. J. L. Gentry :Mrs. iourth cup sugar, one teaspoon i ously with granulated sugar.generI Bake i' Yvonne Gaskins of Jacksonville / / "- .
Tim Rogers Mrs. Lottie Edwards ...salt one-half teaspoon nutmeg, j eat 375 degrees for 40 minutes. Re- 'vaited her parents Mr. and Mrs. I -
Mrs Dave Green, Mrs. W. T. Blair. cne-half Fisher Gaskins, and family last
teaspoon mace onefourj j iiove from pan and cool on racks.Iiseover !' : SMITH-CORONA Galaxi e
., The Christmas Spirit : weekend.: | LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS

Through Cooks I Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaskins ,i Never a portable like it! Xe>er a portable so new in style .

Reading Christmas stories together i visited Mrand Mrs. Rudolph i ii new in speed new in spirit! A dream to look at a
GET YOUR CHRISTMAS is a delightfully rewarding ,Cnism in Starke this week. HOW SERVING STARKE delight to use. See it today .w
iamily activity during the holidays Mr. and MrsLeslie McClellanand j I
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Futch and T.
FREE:. .ith.
I Lita and Lamar visited Mrs. Lillian Terms To Suit
Let's take a look at Christmas

MONEY NOW%'! dories that emphasize the loving Futch and children in Max- Cooking and Heating 7.50 per Tank obt ANY.. Smith Complete-Iorono$23.95 port.

spirit and religious significance of I VALUE typing (our.Bradford.*. Your Conveniences
Christmas. These books and many I Cooking Only 8.00 per Tank
others are found in your public
library in Starke. 1)S

The very young children will : o I'HONE I LAKE HITLER HYATT G-1.151:

s like "The Christ Child" by the I County Telegraph

r Petershams; "Jesus, the New Little tJe666
I J H Joe S
Baby" by Mary Edna Lloyd : I aw'I.

Palmer and "Something Brown. for Christmas" by i I'1 y I.

Older children and parents will
UP TO $600 enjoy "The Least One" by Saw-.

1 J ; The Little Match Girl" Don't
Cash for Christmas Shopping Hans Christian Anderson; "While disappointSanta t

Shepherds Watch" Marguerite
Vance; "The Night Visitors;' Fan- I

ces Mary Frost; "How Come J
Consolidate Your Small Bills and Be Able Christmas," Roark Bradford; "The .
Trees that Kneel at Christmas," t V _
To Start the New Year Right Maud Hart Lovelace; "The Littlest t
.:. gel." Taswell; 'Tell Me About I

ON ALL REQUESTS "Why the Chimes Rang" Raymond j rN
MacDonald Alden; and
"Let's Keep Christmas," Peter

| The account of the birth of rPv

I Jesus in Matthew 2: 1-12 and ;ta
TOWN FINANCE CO; Luke 2:1-20 and in Bible StoryBooks ,
u> necessary for true under- -

144 \\'. Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone "'0 4-9091 standing. "Bible Books for SmallPeople" i iI :; ,i ,. +
I by Muriel Chalmers and I f
Diary Entwistle is a series of 12
-- -- --- -- --- Looks for the very young. The :
RIDING DANGEROUS SMOOTHIES? I first two books relate to Christ- ? d fart

mas. Among the many good chil-
Time to switch to safer, new dien's Bibles are "The Child's I ; q
Story Bible" by Catherine Vos and ; :. "
"Bible Story Book" by Elsie EEgermeier .
i ., ,
= ,
Some of the stories listed above yW.f LAS..w v 9 k x+b "' ,7y.y
are in collections of Christmas

;ftones. "The Fireside Book of '. A y4
:Cnnstmas v .xu 1 1C
Stories edited by Edward -
by i Wagenknecht is a goodtjuily
I book. So is "Told Under

I the Christmas Tree," and Umbrella ,
book illustrated by the : ; t Pt
Petershams.HAMPTON. I 8t
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t i
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wa ,, 1: i

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Of tin. D. E. 1IU1i
I .
I { i
i Meeting: :. "a "' )
j J. C. Hobbs. principal and tea-
,hers at Hampton Elementary \

j I'School and explained discussed the report grading cards system ? i: ; YAt

I for members of the PTA at the _
;I( December meeting in the school + __
I auditorium on Thursday evening Hr b'Fi. r,0."b tyt" 5. S .fy 3.
iast week.

'I W. P. McElroy, chairman of the ?. ,
I Halloween carnival gave an account .P } % q f
of the carnival, and pro '
\ _
reeds earned by the project. One .
I water cooler has been ordered for sy .. '
6.00 16 this ; / u1.
x the school drinking fountains. ., f (' C
I -s
Members discussed other money '
LOW raising projects. .
Following the business meeting
i j refreshments were served in the
cafeterIa. As the date for the January /
older models meeting would fall right : t tt r a

of Plymouth, Ford, $1195 1 i Liter Christmas vacation, the next
I meeting of the PTA will be on the
Chevrolet Nash ""
_ !land Studebaker rcnppible' im! I first. Thursday evening in Febiuiary. ..,;, '_.. '" ,.... ., -

; U3IU Christmas Party > \

Goodyear quality through and through. Exclusive 3-T Both circles of Hampton Baptist a___
Cord Body-more resistant to shocks and bruises! | WMU will meet tonight IThurs- ro,f/ i /

(Tough, durable construction for longer, safer mileage! : cay) at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. e I .' id y J

.Extra safe stop-start traction from famous StopNotchtread K. B. Watterson for a Christmas '4-'Gt'i4ti: < : i';o. ; ,,' .iig. .::6>.. : ; ..., '. ,j
party and meeting. t. .., ., '. '
design m Y.' .t'ioiFe4rwn. < <-.' ; _. --- .....'.. .' 'I.' ;..
I Mrs. E. L. Birt and Mrs. W. P. c__c ........r erJ.ewaw..... "uc..e.w s"cor**n .
nm **
McElroy are in charge of the pro-
,FOUR for only $125 a week i gram: an exchange of gifts will I

t lollow the business meeting.

SPECIAL! 6.70x15 I Mrs. Nora Layfield was able t Dl The old gentleman's had a long trip, and "

popular : return home last weekend after I from the North Pole to. the South Seas is
several: days' treatment at Brad- nothing so refreshing as the cold crisp taste /
u ers ton ; I'' fOld Mrs.County Dick Hinson Hospital entered in Starke.Bradford I of Coca-Cola. It'sas. bright and bracing .

County Hospital in
Starke on
95 Fits pre-145f models of I.Thursday last week for surgery. as a sleigh-ride in the stars. Keepa
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McElroy of
Chevrolet .
Plymouth Ford ,
piaru.D4 Hudson Nash Studebaker 0& i Trenton are visiting in Hampton big supply in your refrigerator
I with their son and daughter-in-
j law Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McElroyi all through the holidays... I t I

i family.
Lie people ride M Goodyear Tires than oa any other kind! :! J. W. Home is visiting in Homestead please your Santa and all his i

this week with his son= i- '

i law and daughter. Mr. and Delis helpers who will be calling! .
,Richard May, and with his son
I I fB.iy; Home stationed at Homestead your house. .. II
., 2, '
.t I AFB. He expects to return .. .. ..- ..,.. ,; .. -.L'. .
Nto I Hampton Saturday with Mrs. '. f t :
and .) r" ..,: .
May daughter Melody, who'mll REGULAR KING
STATION II IISf'eber j oJ. .. -. x ".'ff ,,.t"y tand
remain here for the holidays.Mr. i '. .' ft .' ..,." .. .. ; :
and Mrs. Vernon Slade .... ...-..-...
I iii D. Goodman ill children visited in Hampton Satyrday Bottled :t
i under.authority. of The Coca-Cola Company by ;
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{ Methodist Church ii i i Presbyterian Church t ti j. v ere in Starke and Gainesville on I ed: the Beta Club Convention in !j I Ronnie Thomas was the Sun.guest .- f 7-. *v ..c. : r 'r* "- ** ij I

i i business Saturday. Miss Barbara Hollywood. Florida over the week-\I of the Paul Faulkner familyin j I :iie Moni. a ,-f.hut- ;;
Services for the week of Dec. :; Sunday Church School 9:45; Sue Davis accompanied them. d I Starfce. ; Ronnie 'Tl\IC18.

20 are as follows: Sunday 9:45 a. i a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m..i! home from the University for the .. ,,,np-- -.--AY

CHURCH NEWS m., Church school; 11 aHL, ,1 sruest speaker. Dr. F. Montgom--i Eight iI j .
I .'. Youth Fellowship 6 p. m. The community in invited toj!
n.orning worship; 6 p. m., snack I. ., ...
Evening Worship. 7:30: pm- enjoy the Christmas program at I ... .. ,; : .' .
'supper for M. Y. F.; 6:30 p. m. "Lessons in Prayer; the Posture I the school Thursday night beginning -j : ." _. .' .
youth meetings; 7:30 p. m., even- cf Prayer." at 7:30. ,

St. Mark's MADISON STREET BAPTIST ing worship.; Wednesday -Mid-Week Prayer I Friday afternoon. the children i iI

I Episcopal CHURCH A nursery is provided during the .1 Service, 7:30 p. m. | will enjoy the annual parties in;!
BeY. RKfTnvaa MacBlaln i Thursday CommunicantsClass. j I the class rooms and a visit from, 4&-
900 Block W. :Madison St. < morning worship. This Sunday :
''that beloved old character. Santa : .tJofJfJ ?
Sunday Services 9:45 a.m, Sunday School 9:45: Joe Wood the chancel choir will give a spe- i!i' :Friday Choir Practice. (himself. Bring the small fry so Jt
Church School I
; 11:00 a.m Morning Superintendent. Vial: Christmas musical program. I.I they may tell Santa what they] 19
) Prayer and Sermon. JflWAY GHAl'KL '
Morning Worship 11:00.:
Monday, Cub Scout pack meet-i j want for Christmas. _
Holy Communion-first Sunday Training Union 6:15: Jim Har1m. -I lng in Fellowship Hall. 'j I ASSEMBLY OF GOD The ladies of the Brooker Garkn 1
) 11:00: a.m.; Thira Sunday Director. G. M. Osborae, Pastor
7:30 Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., prayer I{ Club are sponsoring three; -
\ a.m.Wednesday7:00 Evening Worship 7:30.: ; meeting in the sanctuary. j Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn prizes for the Christmas- outdoor'
p.m.. Choir Wednesday, Prayer Meeting I. ing Worship 11 a. m. Evangelid- decoration again this year. Even-"j
Practice; 7:45 tic Service, 7:45 I : ANEXTENSONTELEPHONE\
p.m. Litany and 7:30.: p. m. Thursday is Thus s
one urged participate.
Bible Study. J. H Mabry Jr. Pastor. !! At The TabernacleThe : weekly prayer service. Invitation interested in competing for the J
: extended to
r everyone. prizes are asked to contact the .
1 facts contained in Romans j I II' T.
MISSIONARY club president. Mrs. Warren Mi-1
-1:28 were again verified at the
FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke I'' Tabernacle service Friday night Sunday Scnooi: 9$) a.m. Morn- :(je.] Judges from out-of-town will''" r rb'tes
It present and judging will begin
when: due to technical difficulties.! ng frrshlp il a.m. Evening !
I II Service 7:30 at 6 p. m.. December ,
: : Prayer Meeting
Rev. Lewis D. Haines Pastor ,the lights in the Chapel went out | p.M. 21.'I'I tt :l (AVAIL EVBj&raCTKt!
and the service was held by canT earh Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every Later, the members W-LE IH' )

f I Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town rilelight. i; -"e1come.-Hev.. H. H. Mott a progiessive supper ]I Ii (..0'f<: : pastor."! i the: home of Mrs. Mizelle and err-1
[j Phones>> : Office WO 4-6801 Pastorium WO 9.2301 Rehearsal for the Christmas ing at the home of Mrs. Emanuel .
program was held last :Saturdayevening I \
I ; NEW RIVER Kleinman where> gifts will be ex-
Sunday services were in charge j
I Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wore Mrs. Bishop Thomas and children .
Sunday School 9:45 A.:M. Training Union I 6:15) J )P.M.! cf Dr. McGee and the morning
( skip Hour 11 a. m. Evening servo were the Sunday luncheon
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A I message was on "The Rapture of I'I'I !j ...c, i p. m. Prayer Meeting eao guests of her parents. Mr. and 1 1Mrs. '/I
I itiie Church-Pre. Mid or Post.
Wednesday 7:30 p.m. H. H. Lewis. in Starke. Ch1'ttsto' :
Tue subject of the evening service ;<
FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Mr. end Mrs Wilbur Thomas of I \ qt LIt-
was "The Lampstand in the First' t \ :
HIGHLANDBAPTIST Gainesville were the Sunday afternoon :
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH | Tabernacle and its meaning !! CHURCH guests of his mother. Mrs- ( & >
The Christmas will be j ... .
Sunday School ".45 a. m. Groover Thomas. i' ,. ww.. .
presented on the night of Christ-I j, Morning Worship 21 a. m. and Miss Linda Sue Thomas attend- p 'ib' FOR AW MSMBEfe.( : i OF Tht:

I' i:nas Eve. 'I 7:30 Wednesday p. m., Prayer 7:30 p.Meeting m. each Rev. ; 1 I _' FA.t\ \\LY_ USEFUL CCWAtci NlbCo 4'i"
-- GRACE METHODIST CHURCH Ii Chism .;, \- <: CcBTAtmo CC -
LAWTEY, FLORIDAWill George pastor. Everybody ;,. ". :. ; :t+ 7 FCjAT c.
welcome. ... '. ._ r .
e .-.- -- .
.lpw r -=-tVe I ':w.p: : __if
hold special Christmas ser- ; ::--. = : :: : : -r
::=- r.-e: cfi- 7@ .L i f
vice next Sunday morning at HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHPaul E ...: : .' .

111; o'clock with special Christmas W. Murray pastor. Seven IL-, : ."" _.=...=! ., "
I ''music by the Young people I!miles south of Starke on S. R. 100. I _.?_i-=::::r.-., =...L--.-L"J. i.. . r "T -

4\ r Choir. The sermon subject will be.I. Sunday School. iO a.m.; WorShip = 50-- -ft:- j '.:"' ,
service, 11 Training "'l'3 ,
ajn.: L' : .
Miracle of Christmas"
The ,
\ j At seven thirty in the evening Union, 7 p.m.; Evening worship, 8 .':7'if7.J1J.SZ'! .' CAL.U ours 6 U 1 1 i it:. _".'..w.. O"IC t-:.,..

: the choir will render a special I) pjn.Wednesday Prayer meeting .',,: .
directed by
Christmas program SC
Ihtir leader Mrs. Robert E. Lee. 7:30: pm. I .. .

'' to Everyone come and is invited enjoy and the urged very Everyone welcome. 'BefereficeBible&ueJb) **r'.Wodlond: () '4-9000 ,, : .
I I Her.C L
friendly atmosphere and services .
: KEYSTO HEIGIITS I t&tsisted by Eminent Scholar tax. FOE R'LL'STARKE PATCULf\ .
.t ci our church. i I .t'.,.. .
J. R. Smith Ralph .. .. Needed ) .
1 I II pastor. {tffelp p.. Where .
''-'i.I. =- I CHURCH OF JESUS! CHRIST ] Copeland, Minister of Music and With( Chain Reference, Revised ,; ...
LATTER DAY SAINTS church organist. Marginal :Renderings, Prophecies ",' .r., .
I Harmonized, Book of At Bible 4 r; -
i I Services each Bandar in old'' Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. : > '
if"Jiiiiipius : Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. {msa Analysed and gibk many_Modci other roods fea-

t ; !;! day School 11 a. m. Sacrament i iI Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening cmr TELEPHONEKoch's 00:
ervices 8
I I service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel : p. m. .
come. I affair."Make" church worship a family
I Starke, Florida

>- I Sunday School N( a. m.; Morning I Cor. Call & Christian Streets I I
y ,..a4Ni I' Bob L. Badgett, Minister
._ tigxrvdwK'" .v. Worship, 11 a. m.; Evange-
A listic services 7:80 T>. m. I Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Worship -
Gasolene Wednesday Prfiyer Meeting and Communion. 10:45: a. m. I
. I I Chi Rho 5 p. m. Choir Practice, [
Well over 100 octane plus worth. \
every St. Edward's Catholic Church 16 p on.,CYIV7 p,:m.
while protective feature that can be built 7:3"0 :
Starke, Florida Wednesday p. m. New '
into a motor fuel-that's what you get in f'I'II
Cities Service new 100 PLUS! : Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. Training for Service.
( Holyday Masses at 8:30 a. m. & lilj
vvvv.vvvvvvv.vvvvvvvv.BROOKER -
You can't buy a better gasolene o0
O any'i i 5:30 p.m.Weekday
where at any price. See for yourself. Try Mass at 8:00: a. m. I n aS I I
Cities Service 100 L L'iGiftidea
new PLUS-test {
Confessions Saturday 7 to 8
against the top brand of any competitor. !D. m. I GIFTS S Q r:

rirS'vil' Cities The results Service will customebj: make you confirmed_ : Baptisms marriages and instructions By Barbara Sue Davis

I I by appointment. j ...A.. 4 4I 1 I,
I I i
You drive with the best by every lest FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH I Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mizelle of

when you drive with Cities Service I LawteyA. Lake Butler were the Saturday FOR ALL !
E. Massey Pastor night dinner guests of Mr. and Iii
Mis- Warren Mizelle.
Bible school 10 a. m. 1|
SILCOXCITE@SERVICE Preaching 11 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vickery and '
Evening Service, 7:30 p m. : Bill Cauthorn of High Springs 'I

I Bible Study and Prayer Meeting were the Sunday luncheon guests

i 7:30 pm., Wednesday. I of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Tetstone. I //i
Radio program 8 to 8:30 a. I Ino I. Mrs. Lloyd Barry returned home The Ideal Male Gift IIII
: each Sunday over station. Sunday after a week in the hos- large Selection I of f COSMETICS
VRGR. Starke. pital in Gainesville due to an In- ii
705 Temple Ave.
Starke Fla. fection. In the afternoon she was ELECTRIC HAIR CLIPPERS I

GRACE :METHODIST CHURCH 1 i ij j visited i by Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long For Men and WomenLanvin !
LAWTEY ,;.I and Rl\'. and Mrs. Starlings of III
j ;
I Sunday Sunday School. 9:45: : Raifor Mrs. Eldon Hardee and
60 Piece Battery Powered la. m.., Morning Worship, 11 a. m., .. MrsJimmy Crosby of Starke. $$7.95 II

i I Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. i Mrs. Mattie Barry left Tuesday 'My Sin'and d 'Aperge'The \
| Wednesday Youth Fellow-I!j!"I for Jacksonville where sheil! Gift That Will Save Many dollars for !! \

auip and Choir Practice, 7:30 visit for a month with her dauh-
; p.
ELECTRIC I ter. Mrs. J. R. Crews. Complete line +Y
I m. i ij it = the Men in the Family During the Year! jJil jJili !
-I t. Mrs. Lottie Edwards, Mrs. Tim i-- -Jf.
I AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH I I. Rodgers and Mrs. Matie Barry' Faberge ( p Iii
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.; Morn visited Mrs. Lloyd Barry in the L

ing Worship 11 a. m. Training' hospital in Gainesville, Friday ELECTRIC[ RAZORS
Revlon !
$198] | Union 6:45 p. m. Evening Worship ,afternoon. ? Tft ill
t 8:00 p. m. Midweek Prayer Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green and I
I *
I Service Wednesday 7:30 p. m. r niece Cherrie Hinton Miss Sue Tabu l, .': :. FOR MEN AND WOMEN 7i!''I'II
I Everyone welcome. I McDavid. Brenda McDavid and 'l I
.4WITH' j I
:Gienda McDavid Mrs. Barbara Yardley ELEGANCE / ,
I ;
CHURCH OF GOD I I McCray and daughters arid Mrs. ..
I Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn.i -j,Jackie Clark and son Barry were Old Spice ;.1{ REMINGTON i i! ,
I i ring Worship. 11 a, m. Sunday.tat!f: the shoppingvlle center in Gaines ": f '
PURCHASE OF ANY Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE! to watch Santa make a parachute Max Factor 7 t.' LJ SUNBEAM -- ';,'

Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m jump Sunday afternoon. .f'P PRINCESS i
Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m Miss Merline Rodgers was home {/ :
I I[i from Daytona Beach with her Coty It' LADY SHICKPatricia I""Ii I""
i HAMPTON CHRISTIAN parents Mr. and Mrs Tim Rodgers "
MOTOROLA in Paris .I II!
RADIOHERE'S CHURCH for the weekend. Evening
a.i 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sievers and Shick ; \
Sunday Bible School, 10 ; Only $$9.95I
m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; .sun Martin Chambers of Jacksonville and Many Others! i
I. I
were the weekend guest
Evening service '1"p.m., and Prayer -
WHAT YOU GET! I. meetng every Tuesday at 7:30: I II of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges Sr. 3 Speed Shick I!j
Miss Barbara Sue Davis attended ,
I John
lattery-Driven Engine 3 Cars 12 Pieces of Track p. m. He. pastor. : the wedding of Marcileen Hicks '

EYCRGREENBAPTIST: .tc John Goosby in Starke Satur- Complete line Sunbeam! Appliances New Remington Roll-A-Matic III IIII !
36" x 47" O'alto) Designed to Scale Accessories CHURCH I day night. ., i I IIII

(including Buildings. Signs, Crossing Gate Trucks, I Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching I Mrs. N. J. Davis was in Starke I I,:
I 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. I on business last Friday. I:
People, etc.) Instruction Booklet 2 Decals I m. Preaching 7:30 p m. Prayer Mrs. Rudolph Stokes and children EVERYTHING YOU NEED !
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. I of Alachua and Mr. and Mrs. ,

,L. COMPLETE WITH BATTERY Wednesday Bible study 7'30 Junior Stokes and children of FOR THE TREE OR HOUSE :;:
p. m. High Springs were the Sunday .
1 1:afternoon guests of Mrs. H. E. 'ii I

Complete Complete I Bible Charles CHURCH Study.Thorpe 10 OF a.'CHRIST,m.Minister Preaching I j I.I and Stckes Mr.Mrs and Elmer Mrs. Douglas E. L. Clark.and Mrs.Mr. 6-C XmasLignt 5c Y C Xmas Light 7c .I d h!I

Service on : Inez Richerson of Miami, were I
SALES ant Communion, 11 a- m. Evening
on i Service 6:30 p. m. Midweek Bible the Friday breakfast; guests of .Series..ofLightt 69c

All Makes WO ,!I Study each Wednesday..7:30 p. m.|'Mrs.! Dennis Hodges. .. r
TV AllAppliances Mrs. Verlie Johns and son,
4-4975 I TRINITY EPISCOPAL :MurieL of Mulberry were the week "

SERVICE I Rev. M. H. Breyfogle Vicar I I Jacksonville
Radios AH Sunday-10 a. m.. Sunday I! Mr. and Mrs. T. Edwards, Mr. DRUGSTORE

School; 11:15 a. m.. Morning I! and Mrs. M. D. Harrell and KOCH'S
Hi Fi
C Makes Prayer and Sermon [Holy Communion -''daughter Sharon and MrsEva L

I 'each first Sunday; 7:30 Harrell were the Sunday guests of !
.. !p.m. Young People meet. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emory in Sat-
Holy Days-10 a.m. Holy! Com- suma. !

munion. _-____ Mrs. G. W. Davis and son John,






IyyyymrowtnttymYYU ver Hatton of Sneads.Mr. I.hold regular pastoral services on I ant, Ncal Marshall and Henry Wilde Glory Edith Cummings and I

and Mrs. Eugene Norman Sunday, starting with Sunday Wade in Mrs. Royal's seventh Booker T. Marshall in Mr. Tay-

visited in Jacksonville Saturday. School at 9:30.: The regular worship -! lade; Frank Wilkerson Jimmie son in Miss Butler's tenth grade:

Weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. schedule will follow duringthe Brown. James Wanton Gwendol- I and Margaret Johnson. Helen t f"..

R. L. Morgan and daughters was day. Monday night, 6:45: p. m. 5 n Robinson, Saul Hankerson, Al- FranklIn, Cotes Houston and Ed- V **
By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy their niece Miss Faye Morgan of Faithful Few Club meeting; Tues- t'honso Jenkins Jr., and Jannie I Ira Bell Williams in Mrs. Christ

e................W-Vyy WV V' Jacksonville. day 6:45 p. m. Choir practice; : Mae Scott_In Mr. Green's eighth ian's eleventh grade For cookingOU .v
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Wednesday 6:45 PIlL Prayer trade; Betty Jean Crum Robert I ErJie Thompkins, PrincipaL -
Howdy Neighbors. We hope that ..
meeting; Thursday 6:00 p. m. the
and Mrs. Jimmie Lee and family -- -
you and your family are planningto church,
pastor and choir are to
were Rev. and Mrs. Otis T. Jonesof .. .
be with us for our Christmas O'Bfien- visit Abiline Baptist Church in when you needRELIABLE

Program to be held at Heilbronn Putnam Hall. Rev. C. A. Crum is :
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parrish
Church Friday Dec. 18, at 7:30: p. the pastor. They will join in the -
Jacksonville with
visited Sunday can't beat :
m. As stated previously, there will 84th anniversary celebration of : .
Mis.. E. W. Parrish.
be songs and poetry by the small Mrs. Russell Redding is visiting the church and the 2nd anniver- GAS SERVICETHINK
children poetic thoughts by
of Rev. Crum
saiy as pastor. All
with her and daughter-in-law,
young people, and adult dramatic members are asked to meet at our OF
Mr. and Mrs. Reddingand
2-act play entitled, "Christmas on church so that you will be able to SLADE GAS
family, in Wildwood. Mrs.
the Island of Piau devotional by find the Putnam Hall church. I
called to Wildwood.
our congregational Pastor, Rev.singing Otis T.of Jones Christ-and because of was the illness of her Friday, 6:45 p. m. Prayer Band. TANKS FROM 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR m- ., Everyone is to
urged attend these
mas carols. All this plus Santa giandchildren. We are happy to services' throughout the week. PHONE WO 4-3551
report that Mrs. Leon Norman of
Claus, who will distribute presents, Antioch Baptist Church
Miami, and our community, is -
candy and fruit. Rev. George W. Lee will .
pastor -
improving from her sickness. Also
There are two other anounce- r.old regular sevices all day Sun- naturalt
to Ancel Norman able to
glad see A
ments concerning the Christmas day starting with ,Sunday Schoolat COLD
program. Mrs. Harold Norman will be at church from an Sunday.illness She of several is recovering 10 a. m-, Supt Clarence Wil- AHEAD

I be unable to lead the young peo- weeks. liams in charge;; morning worshipat

ple in their program and will be 11 a. m... sermon by pastor or
substituted by Ray Norman. The Mrs. Glen Norman and her appointee: evening worship at I I t
guests, Mrs. Melba Williams, Miss
second; announcement is to urge 0:30: p. m. On last Sunday, Mother FUEL OIL
Virginia Parrish and Miss Elizabeth -
all members of the cast to be present Murphey sponsored a singing program -
Thomas visited in Jackson-
tonight [Thursday] for the for the church building fund- 9gas i
ville Saturday. .
final dress rehearsal.If A total of $20 was raised which .
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Harvey and his brother-in-law, .. .
cannot attend our pro- -
you was divided with the singers from '
John Stillwell of Fernandina
glam for Christmas we hope you I Beach, left Monday afternoon accompanying Jacksonville, Fla.' The Spiritual WE ARE AS CLOSE AS YOUR .. ..- ....;' ':"'c;
will visit with us for Sunday worship Mr. Shirley Johnsonto Echoes had been invited to sing 'I I

and mid-week prayer meet- during the evening worship hour
his father's hunting camp in
tut due to weather conditions the I
ings.Mrs.. Jimmie Lee and Mrs. Wil- P rry. There they will enjoy hunt- program was called off by Mother : For Quick Service
hostesses Satur- ing wild game with hopes of returning Give yourself a holiday
liam Green were I Murphy. We owe each member of
day evening honoring the Inter-I home Wednesday evening this group an apology for coming '

mediate Class with a delightful with Mrs.a deer.Morris Carter and your out to help us and then findingus from kitchen work and worry...
fill per-social at the church. There not present-Arata Williams,
correspondent visited in Glen St.
fourteen present and a very
were enjoyable evening was had by all Mary Tuesday of this week. t RJE eporter.; HONOR ROLL DIAL use Florida's new wonder-fuel! / I

Mrs. W. C. Clemons returned to THE RIGHT rtiCVY for the The students who made the

her home Sunday after spendingtwo way you write. Come in and Be. second six weeks honor roll at WO 4-4641

weeks with her soninlawand lect your favorite ESTERBROOK RJE school recently were: Janet I

daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gro- Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. McCollum, Willie Ester Davis

Linda Joyce Mathews and Nancy ',
yyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyNEWS Brewton in Mrs. Lee's first grade; E F REGISTER & SON

OF INTEREST TO COLORED Legertha Griffin. Vera Marks Lu- I i .

!ciiie Alston. Pearlean Dean. Wim- IJ

Mrs. Lennon's first grade; Betty -
ti '
Ozora Shell Jean Davis Gloria Ann Cox, Billy -

. . . . . . - - - Terry.- James Price, Belinda Dom- LOCAL MANAGER FOR
AAaaaaaaaaaaa..aaaaaaaaa.'aaaaaaaaaaa&&& %....... mon and Tom Marks in Mrs.
Christmas Party ;I Bethune-Cookman College. She Sandra \
Chandler's second grade:
The employees of DuPont Highland hopes to maintain a "B" average :
Gay McKinnon and MalvareanMorris
Plant, Lawtey, Florida, en- ana pledge for Zeta Phi Beta Sorority second
Joyed pre-Christmas courtesy during the second semester. in MrsMoffet's Jim Walter
grade; Patricia Denefield, Rebecca -
with their: wives and children on She sends seasons greetings to all Hutchinson, Jacquelyn Mc- Nevi .' yN
}: :
last Friday night in the cafetor- club members and friends-staff
Kinnon Jeraline Tyson and Willie
ium of RJE School, Starke. Each itporter. I'
Mae Alston in Mrs. Moffet's third ija
year, at Christmas time, the com- Planning MeetingThe grade; Carolyn Thomas, Beatrice "World's Largest Home Builders" $
pany entertains the employees and Executive Board of Department I < '
Cmm Joe Ann Banks,
families, and present gifts to the of Supervisors of !4':4i: LL
Ann Marshall and Clarence Wil- .
kiddies. This year Rev. Levy Len- FSTA and the Executive Committee I WILL BE IN STARKE .
liams in Mrs. Paul's third grade; .
ron and Willie Brown served as of Region I of National i
Donnie Jackson in Mrs. Jackson'sthird 1
a Santa Claus team and issued Association of Jeanes Supervisors '
DeSue, Car-
grade; Anthony
the gifts. All of the children pre- net: at Bethune-Cookman Collegeon EACH THURSDAYAT
olyn Brown and Ralph Byrd in :
sent received lovely toys, fruit, Friday and Saturday of last Mrs. Jackson's fourth grade; Au- ,

candy! cake and nuts. We wish to wek to plan for the Biennial Con- drey Griffin, Linda Dinkins and
thank the DuPont Company for ference which
will be held at Be-
four- i
Charles Blye in Mrs. Roberts
making this party possible and thune-Cookman College. Febru- th grade; Mary Ann Chanlder inMrs. STARKE HARDWARE CO.
Principal Eddie Thompkins for ary 4 to 6. The president is Miss Thompkins fifth grade: Dorothy 'i:

permitting us to use the cafetor- Eldora Hayes Supervisor of,Peach I : .- .... r-..... -'
Davis In Mrs. Robert's fifth I 12:30 P.M. TO C:00 P.M. I
ii m. It is affairs like these that County Schools, Fort Valley, Ga., Gloria Davis in Mrs.White.s I
will truly, eventually bring about treasurer, Catherine Bozeman. grade; 1
fifth grade; ,Coy .
"Peace on Earth and Goodwill toKen Selma Alabama, nominated for !
." "We extend best wishes to Who's Who in American Educa- Shirley Brown Marion Jenkins For Appointments Call .. : )

each of you for a Merry Christ- tion 1950 edition; and secretary and Joyce Reddish In Mrs White'ssixth ; JACKSONVILLE 7-1141 Collector ,

may and a Prosperous and Happy Ozwra Shell recipient of the same i grade; Barbara McCollum,

New Year." nomination. Dr. Kara V. Jackson, I Jackqulyn Marshall and Gwen- STARKE -. WO 4-5311

School VacationAll Special Jeanes Teacher for The dolyn Collins in Mrs. William's

the schools of Bradford Southern Education Foundationof sixth grade; Annette Shell, Shir- e'lft's A Quality Home .
County'wiU close on December Atlanta Ga., served as con-
13th and January 4, 1960. sultant ley Ann Smith, William Pierce, I
re-open during the planning sessions. It's A Jim Walter Home"OTHER
Parents are asked to observe these I She is professor of education James Butler Shirley Durham !

dates and see that the children I j at Grambling College, Gram- Dottie Chandler Lillie Powell, OFFICES: :

return to school on the date men- 'fcnng-, Louisana. Others partici- : Ethel Jones, Beverly Strong i OCALA GAINESVILLE PALATKA _
tioned. We do not need to remind pating in the meeting included: F.ankie Brookins Charlotte Bry- I I :

you that "these are our children President R. V. Moore, Dr. Evelyn I I w.

too" and we would not like to W. Sharpe, Mrs. Dorothy Holmes,

open school with a single one mis- president of Dept. Supervisors of

f-ing. Not because there would Florida; Mrs. Aquillina Howell, "c.-

have to be an adjustment in the secretary, Fla. Dept.; Mrs. Helen I CDRROTOR

roll books or registers, but becausewe Long: treasurer; Maxwell Saxon.

will have lost links in a beau- Mrs. LaRosa Smith and Charles

tiful chain of education that we Francis. Region I of NAJS in-

are trying to develop with you. So cJ des Alabama Georgia, Florida, TV marvel scans the skies a,.

please, take care!-staff reporter. Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri

Carnation The Carnation Club Social SavingClub and CHURCH Louisiana.NEWS like radar to pull in better

met at the home of the treasurer Mount Moriah Methodist : --

Mrs. Marie Thomas on Chuff h. Rev. HJ.. Blunt, pastor,

Thursday, December 10. Duringthe held regular services Sunday e pictures on your set! Big holiday meals needn't keep you in the kitchen all day.:. .

year they had raised and deposited starting with Sunday School at
when have modern automatic natural
Santa Claus you a gas range.Roastingand
$14,006.53. 10 a. m. with Supt. Robert Dell in

visited each member and made the charge. Love Feast was held at ROTATES baking are faster and more accurate. Even the"trickiest"

membership very happy. Under 11 a. m. and communion was administered / AUTOMATICALLY lA AIMS YOUR ANTENNA pies and cakes are baked perfectly-because natural ovens'

tne leadership of Mrs. Wilhelmena by the pastor at 6:30p. : r to tract down the best r.r C straight at the sending gas

Brooks the club has had a very m. All members are asked to .A >possible pictoreon every o f\J4 tower of the channel provide uniform heat circulation with no hot or cold spots.

successful year. They have con- attend church more regularly next souses i And .
]..: you WAnt..au scientifically insulated ranges cook the food-not the!kitchen .
tributed to community charities .
year than you did during 1959. "
given $15 to Enoch Allen towarda Don't forget Class meeting each fat-.. t TN U1C n flint with weak or snowy picture and i en-so you remain cool and comfortable. See the new automatic .; -
music scholarship to Edward Tuesday night at 7:30: with Bra ,-choat&"ea so many ch nneU! Like most people,you're: probably ..Hulredc.thlL"'U o[CDR Rtlort natural gas ranges and learn all of the other advantages of.nat ', ;r". -
Waters College, an $11 donationto Obey DeSue in charge. Choir No. ia location where TV signals come from many directions .
send a boy to Boy Scout Campin I 2 practice each Wednesday night !-eot just the one your antenna waa set up to face: treat are mow just in tike as.sad yettre.MME < in.. TV rtetptio ural gas cooking. SEA YOUR DEALER TODAY. :' .'.. _

July, visited. most of the churches -
with Mrs. Annie Jane Dell pianist. :
..,VI M HOW Make d"'l.
in the city and many out of All members and persons wishing m your antenna work 3 or 4 times mar STITIOM. ItTTM WCTMtt. We b.. .! __ 'i
ffieteaty and brine to the beat .' .
possible picture from \ ;
town and contributed very few to join are invited to attend. Vera say lots of company from far and !near and b
6restioL What you need is the TV Barrel that .
causes your they all atation ad ;:
donations less than $20. During Coleman say we get more ; "
reporter. '
Mto&M to Gnl and Detect .
the spring of 1960 the club will Ebenezer Baptist Church Radir-the CDR ROTOR. have a better picture than they! de The "'. .';, ,'-'
IAfi M CRHWtmOI Here? JI ioe do to pull i* clearer "
ox ROToa can not be beat. AGE OF SPECIALISTS! ,
celebrate its 10th anniversary. Mrs
Rev. E. D.
Robinson pastor, will .
hacp t stnofK pktmss/ "Un.C.J.IICC....AnAnn.femesnnoNs
Corean McNeil is the organizerand
hold regular communion services
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the first president, the only Sunday. Sunday school will begin It r. Aai"/ Sfcytve y Dirctl41a StUetot 011 CD!'. teow WIlma MHMU Of CETTHC com 't-- Don't tie yourself willy-nilly! on* -

other president is now serving. promptly at 10 a. m. with Supt. .tifrl M*&>iral CsMut./ in clean and clear.We never received real '" -; across-the-board service when
pleasure out of TV tin we cot the new -
annual Plans have Christmas been completed for which the Henry Bryant in charge; morning 'fc Boter.l tU law ./ your nofimtn** ferns ft fc s cow CLR> &OTOL.CvCit,COtt,Beata..fL "- '! there are so many things today
worship at 11 a- m. .fhl* .M. Ml fw aw <*. rfctarv ctarw tfcss IBIIOBM1CI p.p which does much
will be held at the Club Eldoradoin 3:00 P. M. Federation will meetat scar It/or ST IICR DllIMS.. Ere gas so better I '

Jacksonville Florida. Memberswill Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, I& few frogs*."****tttetor""* row antic***-.* couldn't though ny antenna is s very pod oDe,I

contact their guests on de- Keystone Heights. Rev. J. C. Wise, ,Melee ',.. 04....,- installing jet a true sharp image. Sine
torox ny pictures art
tails. The magic date is December28th.
The first meeting for 1960 pastor. All participating ministers ttaffls,*s.t !Mt! t* wty Mttft for NIf-way TVt I'uIlIa aft clearer,sharper steadier.My act behaves
members and choirs are urged to t1M era... like brand new
one era though the
pros squlp; ea ttcsw-wi
will be held January 4th at the P S ttriftf
attend. Evening service will be home of Mrs. Irene Thomas on held at 7 p. HL, closing with Holy -Jl. ia LIiOtto Figs.MiaL

North Street. All members are Eucharist. Come out and have IttKMf. -' the BIG home services

asked to be present so that you your spiritual strength renewed.We .

.can get your "heart sister" or are glad that former Worthy HOWl Start gaff'Itg '

'secle pal" for the year The Matron Janie Mitchell is home ,.,IedlY. pictures CDR ROTOR

president, officers and members after a brief stay In Bradford I GAS WATER( HEATING- F.3t t,safe,dependable..more economical tool! .

of this club wishes for each of County Hospital. Don't forget all .wiflt 0 r.J m GI GAS COOKING 100% heat control. Fast warm-op. A.1 automatic1MS .

you a "Happy Holiday Season"- of our sick and shut-ins in the !IttCUSaNO lersuct 1 lies* JollA T1NG-Quick comfort-id lIlac rdaiurdd n ciw-i .

Alma Jenkins, reporter. I community. The Pastor's Aid Club GAS (KKUfOI-o.( ;+ lfp u:> bm..s u"jtr..tlfJ'--:
flest Club will meet on Monday, December GAS KFWGfRATOR-Went and effioe.it: Ceewfttle i1 yae''ades.. .' L 7;:Ew

The Fiesta Club is making plans 21st 8 p. m. at the home of Ra- GAS All CONDITIONING-The quality< ir**cc;,..r 'I bo? s* !":ti r k AeaSs'.; for the annual yuletide party neli English, president. All :,elaereieheletlTleeiptiea ';: GAS ClOTHES -
I mem- D3YK-Tadas irufes:a'le: -.afiaxtt: : :.r! i- ; .1.
which promises to be a gala af- mers of the club and church are t.. ,' .

fair. President William Holland I'asked to attend as we are runninglatt t. ,',:r., *
Goldwire <
and hi& committee have a big 'I on "Santa Clause" plans for Scrvicentor Shepherd Radio & TV ,. x' .
fcuprise in store for members and I the pastor. Please remember to at- .- 'r:
guests. Watch this paper for the !,tend. Ranell English reporter. 135 E. CALL ST. 226 W. CALL ST. 'r r ,,.> ,! ;I
date, time and place. Mrs. Gloria Bethlehem Freewill Baptist .7.!

Graham reporter is doing fine at ;Church Rev. L McKay pastor will STARKE MUNICIPAL GAS SYSTEM

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Lynda Gale Moody, and Marjorie ations. 'wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwyww.wwwvl j luncheon was served at both ses- COMMUNITY: CHVRCIIKEYSTONE | ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL

KEYSTONE lyons are taking part in the I Party Honorific :Mrs Thick I cons and the evening of Thurs- 11 IG11TSuunday CIirKfll. KEYSTONE:
I HIGHLIGHTSI! i Ponder Puff Game. A "farewell"* party honoring MELROSE I|tuy was devoted to the selling and
By Mary I Sam Gardner Jr. was one of six Mrs. Edward Thiele was given by I enjoyment of the affair. I School. 9:45: a. m.: E. T. Rev. M. H. Breyfogle. Vicar

-, Players picked from BHS to be on Mrs. Charles Wallenius at the I Background music of high fidel- ';Martin, uporintendent. Morning Sunday-T'30 a m.. Holy Com
By Joyce Kothbammer reunion: 9:30 a, m.. Sunday
the 1959 All Conference Team in Garden
restaurant on Tuesday i II I it., recording of Christmas \Vorahip. 11 a. m. Dr. A. C. Holt. ''
hand to vote for these of- songs
School Vacation Starts be on I School 9:30
I the Keystone Conference at : a. m. Morning Prayer -
f a afternoon 12:15.
at u.ua..a..a.u.ua.uMr. I J-.TJS furnished by Redfearn's of ja tor- :Mrs. James L. Hethering- .
Christmas holidays at Keystone ficers. : meeting of coaches held in Gain- After the luncheon and Sermon I Holy Communioneach
1 'r ri Mrs. Thiele Kt' stone. .Six booths offered ton. organist and choir director.'
Heights School will start tomorrow The time for the Christmas'ulle last Saturday.A was presented with a lovely table : and Mrs. Peter A. Minder- > first Sunday!; 2:30: p. m.,
I Christmas
gifts and other
Friday morning. The boss: j i lighting;; contest is drawing near. ] number of boys and girls lamp man of Orlando will be guests of items i' Young People meet.
as a parting gift from her .
i sale. A large, ceiling St. William's CatboUe
high tree. Chapel
Dates for the contest Dec. 21, MIs.
and girls will enjoy a fine Christmas are I Mmderman's parents. Dr. Holy Days 7:30
'made the honor-roll too, but our friends. Bridge and Canasta was a. m. Holy
dinner at noon on Thursday. I 2:.', 23, and 24. Judging will be on Information is not complete, so we enjoyed by the guests for the remainder 'jand Mrs. Allen Graham for the i backed: by3 s of red poinsettias. Keystone heights ,''Communion.
Friday morning will be devoted to one of these evenings between '11 J will not name them. of the afternoon. weekend: of December 18th. They lighted the room and in front of :i Sunday Mass at 8:30 a. m. j

Christmas parties in the first seven and 10 p. m. For further details i Christmas: PartyA Attending the Mrs. will attend the gala dinner partyto jit was a beautiful creche depict- Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. m. YOU'LL LOVE tae new DU
party were
t grades. The eighth and ninth see the notice on the Post Office, number of Keystone Heights Thiele's mother. Mrs. Gil- be given by the Keystone Duplicate i.g the familiar Christmas scene. Tuesday Mass at 8:00 a. m. brook pnraeize fountain pens la
grades will hold their Christmas Bulletin Board.TeenToners ;; Club at the Melrose Woman's ;\Irs. John Moore was in chargeof Confessions before all Masses. ah&4rs.
pastel S3.O
boys, and girls and their parents !Jjson of Walden N. Y., Mrs. John Only at Brae
party tomorrow evening in the : Plan Formal attended the annual DuPont Em- Eliason of Lake Rosa; Mrs. John |I Cl>ib. Dec. 17, and the wedding of preparing the booths and Mrs. Baptisms, marriaees and Instructions I r.rd (" ont.If"l"&pD.: .
Community Church Educational ;, Saturday evening, Dec. 19.1 iJoyees] Children's Christmas nimble I Miss Marian Graham and Mr. Frances Chiappini created the by appointmemt.
Mrs. David Nelson. Mrs.
i ambers of Teen Town and their': signs and the publicity folders .
Building. Rariden Jr.. in Gainesville
Party at the Highland Plant Con- Marguerite Grenna. Mrs. E. L.
Thanks to the Keystone Lions' I =mends will attend their Christ- on Saturday Dec. 19. sent out before the sale. KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT
feience Room in Lawtey on Saturday Kyle Miss Cleva Carson, Mrs. STOREMen's
Club, sturdy posts are now along ''mas Party at St. Anne's Parish! Dec. 12. This party was for I Jack Haberstroh, Mrs. Alma Frost. j Airs. Nancy Wingate of Gainesville The booth offering sewing and

the outer perimeter of the school t( House. This will be a Formal the children of Highland Plant Mrs. Sara McDonald, Mrs. Helen spent a few days last week handmade gifts was chairmanedby Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes
grounds on the two sides bordering Dance. Admission will be 25c for': with her niece and nephew, Mr. Miss Iva Hilyer who had as
\ Fmployees. The Trail Ridge
f 1 ; group Kcnnery, Mrs. G. E. Wiggins-Mrs. !
non-members 5c for members, as' by Miss: Ira Hillyer who had A SPECIALTY -
streets. There will be a cable ; will hold their party this Saturdayat William Reynolds Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammer and as
through these posts soon. This u ua1. ; lamily. Hiilyer Hook Foster, and Segar-
the Park Theatre in Starke. Htndry, Mrs. James Cook, Mrs. A. Keystone" Heights Lucile Foster, Owner
should improve the looks and Keystone Heights'BUS Bus NewsIn According to young Peter Mor- F. Crosby Mrs. Edith Thornquist t Mr. and Mrs. Keith Miner of Mrs. Murray Sipprell. Mrs. Dor-

safety of the grounds consider- I reporting the school news san. "Santa's Helper" bore an a- Mrs. Victor Brust. Mrs. Henry Cl&rk.; Colorado visited friends in ctiiy Scully Mrs. Mary Pearsall. -

ably.According concerning the goings-on at Keystone mazing resemblance to a local Mickle, Mrs. J. A. Williams, Mrs. De-ltd and Mis. W. E. Moore were in
to Coach Call Duncan I School we didn't mean to charge of selling candies cakes.
iii.n of his acquaintance at last 11'<5. Kenneth Reed, Mrs. Frances
the new football field will be !sight the boys and girls who attend ,Saturday's party.PartyGoers .' Jchn Karges. Mrs- AI Nelson, Mrs. daughter. Kathy, who is attending cooked food. cookies and nuts.

graded and planted during the: I Bradford High School-or i ii Ride Bus j. D. Henderson, Mrs. Walter Stetson University. Gifts were at the table of Mrs. ,

Christmas vacation time. i any other High School. We would j jbe The annual DuPont Christmas Urolick, Mrs. Kyle McMurtry, Mr. and Mrs. Ford Hensley and Gilbert Allen. Mrs. John McDowell. -

Chamber Of CommerceThe glad to report any such news i Staff Party was held last Thursday Mrs Kenneth Reed Mrs. Francis Billy Hazel and Dale Roberson Mrs. Ralph A. Stevens. Jr. and R1iRI:1t :

next meeting of the Keystone if it is made available to us. I evening Dec. 10, at the Holiday Egan Mrs. R. L. Walker, Mrs. R. returned last week after a two- ,Mrs. Clairmont Tolles. Christmas ,'T'

Heights Chamber of Com- Thanks to Margaret Muir who Inn in GainesvilleThis year A. Gaunt, Mrs. Harold Sutton hostess week'visit in Newton. West Virgi- 'inaments, trees and gift mystery
merce will be held Monday evening tides the BHS bus we have a few j added attraction. A ;packages were sold by MrsHadar. '
tntre was an Mrs. Charles Wallenius all of.. rJa.Mrs. 1
Dec. 21, at 8:00: p. m. in the items. !pecial Greyhound Bus was char- Keystone Heights. Cecil Harris of Welaka Wuhlquist and Mrs. Connie MoodyAt

Conference Room at Clay Electric. Carolyn Jean Moody, Lynda : tered by the pary members to Assisting Mrs. Wallenius with spent a day last week with her the flower stand. Mrs. Ovid
This is the most important Gale Moody, Gloria Smith and transport couples from Starke and Uie parents; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ca- Gano. Mrs. James B. Lackey and
party were J. D. Henderson
meeting of the year as a slate of Suzanne LaMee made the BHS | Keystone Heights to the party, Mrs. James Cook, Mrs. I son. ?Irs. W. L. Bnnson presided overa it 1 I 1
officers will be presented and basketball team. Kt'n-I Duplicate BridleWinners display of ornmental and y
I and to bring them home again. neth Reed and Mrs. Francis Egan. grow- ,
elected. All members are urged to Suzanne LaMee. Lane Jackson i Miss Fumiko Koide of Tokyo Surprise Party For Kar{es' of the Melrose Wo- iiig plants. White Elephants and

Japan will be the house guest of A surpise birthday and wed- man's Club Duplicate Bridge last I I ii>ed books were sold by Mrs. Dorothy -

SHOWY PHILOS POLES AND POTS | Lt. Col. and Mrs. David A. Nelson I ing anniversary party was held week were 1st., Mrs Robert Hoi-! Engleke and Mrs. R. P. Hollis. Alms heat where you want If
'dui ing Christmas week. Miss Dec. 7 for Mr. and Mrs. John :his and Mrs. Ray Becker; 2nd. I Luncheons were under the care

CHRISTMAS PEPPERS WALL POCKETS Koide is a student at the Univer- Karges at their home. All refreshments I Mrs. Bea Cooper and Mrs. Allen of Mrs. R. H. Kelley and Mrs. Her- New Forced Draft Design ''

POINSETTIAS CITRUS TREES IN FRUIT i.=iiy of Michigan at Ann Arbor linens, utensils, etc. were Graham: 3rd. Mrs. Paley Boyd mina Cole. Mrs. J. A. Williams. keeps you warm
I'and Mrs. Dorothy Scully and 4th-, Mrs. Agnes Hanks. Mrs. Carmen if have low-
I Michigan, this year, having a olought to the party by the guests ; even you a
4 CLEMENS NURSERY --- Hillcrest leave of absence from the International who were Mr. and Mrs Clarenc Mrs. Sally Mansfield and Mrs. Nan Float. Mrs. Sophie Spires and Mrs. draft chimney.Exclisivo 60,000 BTU

Christian University in Sipe, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Williams. Hopkins- F/o Becker. Power.Air HEW MfERIAl( MOOQ.

.. Tokyo. where she teaches Japanese. :Mr. and Mrs. Art Mannering, Mrs. WSCS The Bazaar Committe of the Blower aims beat where
GRAND OPENING This is second time she has Para McDonald, and Mr. and Mrs. "There's A Hush Of Expectancy" Episcopal Women of the Trinity you want it. Save up 14.70 DOWN
This is the scond time she has Julius Hansen. It is interestingto wits the theme of the regular Church with Mrs. Allen Grahamas a to 25% on fuel 1.75 WEEK"Where "

bin in our country, having studieda note that Mrs. Karges was mar- meeting of the.WSCS at the Me- chairman and Mrs. Dorothy

; the University of Michigan in on her birthday. tnodist Educational Building. Dec. Engleke: as co-chairman, is joinedby
WHITE TOP DRIVE-IN 195051. Mrs- Nelson Honored 9- Mrs. Andrew Witherspoon was the rector Rev. M. H. Breyfo- Service Assured"REDFEARN'S
Keystone Discussed? Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Gla- devotional leader; with Mrs. L. W. gle. in thanking the communityfcr

When President Eisenhower and dyce Bachmann entertained at her Hardage the leader. its wonderful support of the |

RESTAURANTRoute !his patty were entertained in ',ome on Lake Keystone with aBridge Also taking part in the programwere pioject. People from Mtlr .e. ,
Pakistan we wonder of his hostess Lunccheon honoring Mrs. Mrs. John Clark. Mrs. J. L- Siarke. Keystone Heights. Gaines

21 Between Keystone His. and Melrose Mrs. William Rountree and Herbert Nelson who was having a Price, Sr. Mrs. Robert Evans and .ville. Palatka. and Williston were i
his daughter-in-law, Mrs. John birthday. After the guests arrivedat Mrs. Wallace Austin. present and signed the guest book. I Keystone Heights

SATURDAY DECEMBER 19 Eisenhower; discovered during!; the 1 o'clock, Mrs. Nelson opened A business meeting followed the [Continued On Pace 12 ] I i
course of their conversation that her program. Mrs. Carl Hagglund,
: birthday! gifts while Mrs.: Pale;
OPENING SPECIALS thty hacTsbnietnlng",In"common? Bcyd served punch. After the gifts President presided.
Hostesses for the meeting were
The Ambassador's wife. :Mrs-! :cad been admired luncheon was

DELICIOUS COFFEE 5c Rountree is the daughter Of CoL nerved by the hostess and her assistants Mrs. John Griner. Mrs. Wallace

HOT DOG 15c and Mrs. John McDowall who live and then the group enJoyed Austin,,and Mrs. John Webb. Mrs. Be A ThoughtfulSANTA
Griner made the Christmas deco-
en Lakeview Drive in Keystone playing bridge. Guests included -
FISH ON A BUN 25c rations. The group exchangedgifts.
Heights: while Mrs. Eisenhower'sparents the guest of honor, Mrs.
HAMBURGER "All The Way":'- 25c also have a place on Lake Nelson, Mrs. Ray Starnes, Mrs. .

Geneva. We wondered if picturesque Everett Fox, Mrs. J. D. Henderson, Melrose Woman's Club
From 11:00 A.M. Till CLAUS
Open Midnight
The Melrose Woman's Club will
Keystone Heights was discus- Miss Anna McCullough Mrs. Paley
sed in far off Pakistan? More Boyd Mrs. Bert Christoffers, Jr.. be hostess to the Keystone Dupli-
than likely. cate Club at a dinner party. to beheld
Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski. Miss Iva
Father Of Local Resident Passes at the Melrose Club House. iw>
I Hillyer, Mrs. Bessie Rutherford.Mis. .
Friends of Mrs. William Simeral Louis Kyle Mrs. B. F. Aiken December 17.Bookmobile L"N.
PEYTON FLORIST r will be sorry to hear of the deathof Mrs. Ray Becker, Mrs. George Changes ScheduleThe Give the gift that .

her father, Mr. .Frank Danna. Schaeffer, and Mrs. Nelson's mother Alachua County Bookmobile -
who passed away on Thanksgiving Mrs. Arthur Ryan from Chi- has changed its time schedulefor \

day In a Long Island. N. Y. Hos- ago. its semi-monthly visits to Mel Keeps on giving. .
119 S. Thompson St. Starke pital. He was 83 years old. CHURCH NEWSSt. rose. It will serve Melrose the 2nd. 1
and 4th.Thursdays of each month.It .
Yuletide Caroling Set William's Catholic ChurchSt.
Phone WO 4.4155 12:30 and leave an
will arriveat
The Heights JuniorWoman's !
Keystone William's Choir, under the
hour later at 1:30. The next trip
will and
sponsor direction of Mrs. Gladyce Bach-
wil be January 14th. as the Book-
Christmas Home Decorations chaperone a Christmascarolingparty mann will sing the Midnight
mobile will not run during
on Wednesday evening. Dec. Mass at St. Edward's Church in'

Distinctive Flower Arrangements 23, from 7:00: to 9:00.: All boys and Starke on Christmas Eve this year. holidays.!
sirls from the first to the ninth The Choir has been working very' Bazaar- SuccessfulThe HOTPOINT 3-Cycle
grades are invited to attend. Car- hard rehearsing twice a week. Episcopal Women of the
Weddings and Receptions Trinity Church. Melrose held
oitrs: will meet at the Fire House They will also sing on Christmas
jat. 7:00: p. m., dressed for the morning at the Keystone service. their annual Bazaar on Thursdayand AUTOMATICMATCHING

FuneralsWE weather. After the rounds have The Altar Society will meet on Friday December 3 and 4.. :::=

been made, refreshments will be Monday evening Dec. 21, at 7:30 I

WIRE FLOWERS ANYWHERE served at the Fire house. Sounds ;in the HalL All members will bring Health Facts .. WASHERAND

.like fun. along their own cleaning equipment -
I Story Hour for the purpose of cleaningthe
Friday afternoon. tomorrow. church for Christmas. "Many Is one America's major health -

Mrs. Robert Hendry will tell hands make light work." problemstoday..
Christmas Stories at the Woman's First Baptist Church The most effective way to regain -

Club at 3:30 o'clock. All children The Nelle Bearce Circle of the it at the greatest saving is :

are invited. Even if the older folksdon't Women's Missionary Union of the through Chiropractic Care
have time to patronize the Through Chiropractic care the
Sai4ua4A Just Baptist Church met on Wednesday -
\ i-.trary.:: they should encourage the Dec. 9, at the home of cause of Mental Illness Is removed DRYER
children to make use of the various Mrs. Arthur A. Bamford on Lake without the cost of expensive

DAY'S RECEIPTS I advantages of being associatedwith Geneva at 12:30: noon. There wasa medicines, hospitalization or loss
YOUR the library. of time from work. Below b such
delicious luncheon after which
Brownie Scout News the regular meeting was held. a case.
Mrs. E. S. Pm young housewife
Virginia Bleasdale was invested The Bamford home was attractively -
\ suffered a nervous breakdown and
..., into Troop No. 229 on Monday i decorated with the Christmas

was bedfast for 2 years. During
afternoon Dec. 14. at their regular tiotifMrs.. Fred Ellis. Circle
fa'I weekly meeting in St William'sHall. chairman, opened the meeting pop-ular BUY THEM NOW --- NO PAYMENTS TILL MARCH!

Following the service the nth a prayer. Plans were madeto
tions. Then a friend recommended
following girls received their first make a food basket for some Chiropractic care and in a

I year stars: Leslie Beam. Debra needy family. The members sent matter of months a complete recovery Then Start Paying Only $3.00 Per Week For Both!
Christoffers, Diane
Brault. Terri a love gift to Mrs. Nelle Bearce.; was effected.

f Davis, Marcia Haberstroh Dottle of Starke, for whom the circle is For further information contact

Hardenbergh. Diana Ilgen Cath- named. Mrs. Leamon Ward presented (After Trade or Small Down Payment) ,
erine Law. Christine Law.. Gina the program which follow-
Massa. Diane Thomas. Ann Triest. ?u the routine business. The devotional Dr. H. G. Bellinger

zIvi and Roxana ValldejulL The was given by Mrs. J. R. 426 N. Walnut St. -

Brownies had a Christmas Party Continued on Page 12) Starker HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT REDFEARN'S BUDGET PLAN
ollowing the investure. They

I fr hune all the Christmas gifts they I I to help you with your Christmas purchases? You may buy up
had made for their parents and r l &
) friends. IN REAL ESTATE lI I to $100 worth of Christmas merchandise at our store.. PAY

r Vh 1 lUll the itsK of keeping yoot Lee tMti aee Christmas The Garden Decorations Division of the 3-Bed Room Living Room, Kitchen and Garage, Large j NOTHING TILL JANUARY 15. No carrying charge or service -

IB store or home overnight oc over &t wed..t Keystone Heights Woman's Club with Lot, Paved$4.500 Road.Down.Five Blocks to "Downtown. $11,500, I charge. Just three equal payments Jan. 15, :Feb. 15,
will hold sale on Saturday morning -
I of MMM aid aa/ a
Make ue out Dip depoMoqr
Dec. 19, at 11 o'clock near Lake Lots Some Bargains for Cash. You can now Mar. 15.
\ gaud the money you .>eiy ia iliac ail w- -ai,-i-... the Post Office. They will have get Next Year's "Lost Opportunities." !

t Qtiic r f1Ri4 "if---: .:.. beautiful Christmas wreaths door Brand New Homes on Paved Streets. Low, Down Pay 1- )
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pieces, corsages,and center pieces ments. Lake Access. Near Golf Course. $9,000 to j
for sale made by the various mem- $15,500. F.R.A. Financing. "Where Service AssuredllI 't'I
bers of the club with a knack for '
THE KEYSTONE STATE that sort of creativeness- Make I

jour home beautiful for the holidays REDFEARN'HONE
A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community both inside and outtide. You S. E. M9KAY --'REiLTORK.ystone 1

Keystone Heights, Fla. night even win one of those nice '
Heights Pfconei 2051 4151
Member F.D.I.C. hams being offered by the Cham- Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 ?HONE 4252 Keystone Heights i "
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YYYYYYTYTYYYYYYTYYYYTTY I taken from the Royal Sen-ice. As-!invited to join. The Cherub Choir.I Y. tomorrow to make their home I I guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rat-I once again be hosts as they meet I Springs games were" held at Mel'rcse. the Bronson five for the final
KEYSTONE j siting: her were Mrs\ Carl Darden''' ages from 6 through 8; and the; ihere. They have sold their homeon I liff Sunday. Both the Chiefland and White ; {game of the year. I
i and Mrs. Pat MagnusThe devotional -!i Carol Choir. ages 9 through 12."j Lakeview Drive to Mrs. Jesse Mrs. Irene Ratliff Mrs. Leo I
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HIGHLIGHTSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA j was given by Mrs. J. R.>, meet for rehearsal Friday after-)Herzog of Covington Indiana, who Dyal and Mrs Albert Sparks and I Ion ;I- V- 1lw yr.Yv yw y r11- lr l- 1-11-11 11 V'q Fq S\M 1l' '
j Saiith. The members of the Circle I II. noons at 3:45 in the church. The!has spent a lot of time in Key- : Lee. were visiting Mr. and I -j
i aye planning:: to collect toys for.I Concord Choir ages 13 through >stone Heights too. Mrs. Thiele's Mrs. C. M. Ratliff in Gaines\ille.1 :
.Continued from Page 11) | needy children. Refreshments were 16, rehearse in the Church on,mother Mrs. George Gillison of Thursday. {PRIEST'S TOYLAND 1
j served by the hostess to the 101: Sundays at 6:00: p. m. \Walden. has been in Keystone forthe
E; Anthony took part in the pro- members present. j jI 'I II The Training Union"hic l past two weeks to help her C0101t'XlTJ CHURCH
giam. I I On Sunday evening. Dec. 20, the 1 meets Sunday evenings at 6:30: p- I daughter prepare to move. Mrs. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. | I
The Young :Matrons Circle of Glee Club from the Keystone m. is looking for an attendance :Ciiiiison left to drive to Walden I Albert C. Holt Minister AS ALWAYS VAN H. PRIEST Co. is preparing to serve your
the Woman's Missionary Union Heights School will sing Christmas I It tnis commg Sunday of at least ,today arriving a little ahead of Airs J. Hetherington CHRISTMAS For THIRTY
wants. FIVE this firm has Ja
met Tuesday morning, Dec. 8 at( Carols at the Ser\ ce. AH are invited ,.103. Come and help us attain this her daughter in order to prepare Organist and Choir Director | years
to attend. goal. tile house for them. Mr. Thiele Sunday School 9:45 8IIlYom: been the job bringing into their
10 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Fred! I on store the finest assortment of $
iluilmg: Mrs. J. R. Smith is the We have a few vacancies in our Community Church was a DuPont employee while he ing Worship 11:00 a.m. I TOYS DOLLS GIFTS
Circle meetings on December lived in Keystone Heights, while DECORATIONS, CARDS & WRAP. *
Chairman. Mrs. children's and people's
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in charge of the program. ': e:oirs and those interested are 2i are as follows: Circle No. 2, Mrs. Thiele a registered nurse f. PING MATERIAL.
Jed by Mrs. Olive Stevens will ,did pert time work at Bradford MELROSEyyyyyyyylyyyyyyyyyyvyyyyi i d
I U meet at her home at 1:30 p. m. i County Hospital. Their many
ijll III!! ALVAREZ' STORE ;[en's Clothing 1 Circle No. 4. led by Mrs. Beatrice !i friends will miss them. i i :, Just A Few Of The Many Items ,
Established 1894 Sthroener, will meet at her homeat Mr. and Mrs. Bill Simeral have
ini ....-till: 2:00: p. m. Circle No- 5 led by I I'i'just arrived home from Long Island [Continued From Page 11] I II. ., Daisy Cub Air Rifle $4.98'
Aima will the N. Y., where went to
-- -. Mrs. Frost meet at they Melrose Defeats Chiefland
home of MisJ- A. Thornquist at'|I attend the funeral of Mrs. Simer- White Springs j Wyatt Earp Holster Set -
The perfect tribute to f\ I 2.98'
( I 1:30.: Miss Ruth Ohlson and Mrs. al's father. Mr. Frank Danna. The Melrose Bulldogs stretched Gold Luger Cap Pistol 98c
a cherished memory r I'' Marguerite; Grennan will assist Mrs. George Schaeffer Mary theIr winning string to six games !1 I
!the hostess. The Rebecca Circle i 1 Ami Schaeffer David Schaeffer, :last week by defeating Chiefland D Radio Tot Red Wagon 2.29 d
Kvcry funeral t that we con II.rod i by Mrs. William G. Few, will and Margaret Muir were Sunday and White Springs. It was a dou-
duct is a source of sustaining:; I i meet: at the home of Mrs. Kenneth afternoon visitors at the home of ble defeat for the lassies however. << Thunder Jet Large Wagon 9.98'
I Cooper at 8:00: p. m. '111'. and Mrs. Charles Hager on
i ij II In the Tuesday game the Bull- j Tricycle 10" Wheels 7.98
solace and spiritual inspira- e J On Sunday evening, Dec. 20, a !Dtc. 13, in Orange: Park.GRAHAM. dogs raced to a 31-13 halftime j r .
Linn; to the family. j r I ?iai.stmas Piogram; of Music: and YYYYYYTYTYYYYYYTYYYYYTYWI lead and played reserves in the. {T 11" Cloth Head Drums 98c i]

Hundreds of details are managed: and economically '7:00 entertainment: o'clock. The will first be part given of the at 34-46.final; half giving with Chiefland the result their being first Official Size Foot Ball 1.98'

attended to that only a t trained and carelai r.'OTamill[ be presented by the I! aefeat of the season. I Official Size Basket Ball 1.98 % I
organization; can perform when the urgent neec Senior and Junior Choirs under Though both teams scored 21
for serving is at hand. t the direction of Mrs. Robert S. Sirs. John !lcK nDIIl.rYYYY.YTYYYT..YY field goals Melrose won on free I FeocA 11" Dressed Girl Doll 98c
at the by
:Hendry assisted; organ 'brows of which they 73
rang percent
DeWITT C. JONESFUNERAL o j\lrs. Mona Alderman Canova- T.TYY. while the Indians trailed with Blanket Baby Doll 1.98 B.
DlIlECTOUIBUL.E: SERVICE j At 7:45, the entire party willI !I Mrs. Kate Starling's guests on only 40 per cent. 17"
to the Sunday School build- Kenneth c IC Vinyl Doll, very pretty 2.98'
PIIOXES0 .1-2600 WO 4-2610 I move ;i Sunday were her grandson Calvin O'Steen led the scoring
; aig where the Sunday School pro- o and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar with 23 points, followed by teamMate 20" Fine Bride Doll 4.98I ,
WA furnish the highest type service at lour.st prices, and acceptANT
;gram will follow. ;starling of Jacksonville. Larry Cooper who sank 22 0 life insurance jmlicy in force, Issuwl, by ANY company, a* The Senior Class and their ;: Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney Markers. Both boys were Bulldogs. 1 1-2" Tiny Tears Doll 6.98

payment in part or in full on funeral benicvs. Olln ultatiollc.rrl.i teacher. Frank Hans, will havea ,were recently called to the bedside High scorer for Chiefland was b Giant Life Size Doll 15,98' I
no ohll;ailon. large Christmas lice decorated ul their daughter Emily who had Darry Haynes with 14.
-. [(,1 the party.E'cryOOdY I 5ii operation. Emily is Mrs. John It was the second loss of the Plush Bear, Vinyl Nose 1.98 Jp
is requested to bring ny Wellis of Ocala. for the went
r--; I reason girls as they Panda
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'white gifts of canned goods for i Guests in the McKinney home down to a 55-40 defeat behind the Cuddly I
I under the tree. The canned goods for the weekend were their son 30 Piece Tea Aluminum 1.98
We are pleased fo announce the opening scoring power of Chiefland's Bonnie Set, d
i till needy family by .i -
| be given a ana daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs.J Campbell with 36 markers.
t of a new office in : the Women of the Church. D McKinney of Ocala; and son Laurel Jones led the losers with ,r Child's Rattan Chair 2.98'
i bt. Anne's Church Leonard of Gainesville.
THZ F13ST: NATIONAL BANK C'_-:=- ::; 1 I Anne's Parish Family ,o I 21White J ; Folding Doll Carriage 2.98
The St. We are sorry to report that Mr. Springs suffered its ec-I j
MIAMI 32, FLORIDA Christmas: Party was held last Horace Cain is still a patient in oIld defeat of the season from the K
o ni ht. Wed.. Dec. 16. in the Parish me Bradford County Hospital. We Bulldogs Friday night on the Mel- | fI -1)X Boxed Pillow Case Gift Sets 1.98

I Hall. The men of the parish served wish him a speedy recovery.Mr. ruse court. Melrose had a 10 point Boxed Towel Gift Sets 1.98Men's
the dessert and coffee. Thisi and Mrs. Jessie Surrency of 4
Effective January 2, 7960: I lead at halftime and out-scored _
i ;party included the Sunday School Tampa were the weekend guests I White Springs in every quarter to Tie and Sock Sets. 1.69g

MR. GEORGE N. SHAW j children who received Christmas o of Mr. and Mrs. John Surrency.The !add a 'i3-52 win to their string. Boxed Cherries, Delicious 49c ,
gifts. Surrencys" also:: had as guests. I
51 fouls were called. with 25 of
Director of finance of the City of Miami and a
Formerly | St. Anne's Choir and the Trinity their children and I 79c
past President of the Municipal Finance Officer Astooalioaof on Saturday them against Melrose. Four boys 1 Pound Miniature Chocolates -
: Parish Choir from Melrose will in-laws. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sur-
ib e United Stale and Canada. kit the game because of fouls. j I
I ring at the Christmas Eve Service i ency of Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. High scorers for Melrose were g
will join our organization as Vice President ,It 11:30 p.m.The ;lAbner Padgett of Hage and Mr. Larry Cooper, 27; Ray Refro, 16: \ Enjoy Your Shopping \
and Manager of our Florida Operations Episcopal Young Church- 1 and Mrs. Jimmie Imler of La and Johnny Prevatt with 10. Jimmy *

I men will meet at 7:00: p. m. on crosse. Dees led his team with 24 tallies PRIEST'S where CHRISTMAS Shopping is Pleas- *
.1 With a
I Sunday. Dec. 20. for a Hay Ride. ...1 Rev. and Mrs. George Tison of I i fI Shop ,
: which will wind up at the home'' Gainesville were" dinner guests of The White Springs lassies who LAY AWAY for !
As f nonccl: consultants! to monicipolitTes end oVr Governmental I ure. We will be glad to you now
units throughout the notion we welcome inqui.ics about i of Cathy Siprell for dancing and ,., Mrs. Tison's brother Mr. and Mrs. I II ron, their first game from Melroseby 1
and serices.I ;I Tom Lefevers, Sunday. I ,
our uniquely complete completely iadepeadenl ulreshments. only one point romped to an
Saturday evening the Teen :i Mr. and Mrs. Lige Strickland of I easy 63-44 victory. Audrey Stform-
I ,Tovrners will hold their Christmas : Mulberry and Mr. J. Strickland I ant was high scorer for the night
WAINWRIGHT & RAMSEY Inc. Van H. Priest Co. Inc.
i Formal dance in the Parish Hall. of Gainesville were visiting friends I.I.I I as she tallied 45 points for the f J JI
I Consultants on Municipal Finance t I Personals I and relatives here Saturday. winners. Virginia Ford had 19 for i ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thiele will be: Mr. and Mrs. Colen Ratliff and I I, the losers. JI

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AjAAAAAAf, f f AAAAAAAAALAWTEY |family of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Gladicuxand I fondly were guests last weekend I t
;! Douglas Wicker of Brantley, family. ct Mi'*. Clemmie' Lee in Enginu. 11'I :
\( ,Ala. spent the weekend with Mrs. 1 Shirley Johnson was visiting his Ga. 1"1' 11\\
, Glenn Wicker and the John Crews fitner. G. W. Johnson in Madison Mr. and Mrs. Mac' McKinney I
family. tiie early part of the week. o: Jacksonville, spent Sunday with
By Mrs. Joyce T. Fotrk Mrs. Buster Bennett and Mrs. Dewey Harvey and sons of Mac- Mr. and Mrs." ,D. B.. Thomas and I
'visited his sister, Mrs. family. 'I Let Our Scotch II III
auuau..u u1AAAA & Daisy Bock attended a buffet sup- clenny t : '
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton. per and Christmas party given by Mamie Futch on Sunday.MnithCrews I Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley and ;
the Atlantic National Bank at J I family: were recent guests of Docter -
of Atlanta. Ga. were guests of Mr.{Roosevelt Hotel in Jacksonville on Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crewsare I and Mrs. John A. Hughey and .4
and Mrs. Claude Rowe during the 'Friday evening. I announcing the marriage of ;.Mr. and Mrs- James Lee and son ,I I! Illj
weekend. Mr. and Mrs. M.\ L. Turner had 'their daughter, Annie Lee, to Steve, in Orlando. :111
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and weekend guests Mr. and Mrs- ,Thomas M. Smith of Oklahoma, : Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor of ,
family: of Jacksonville, and Mr. ,;as Horace Cushing and family, of : and Kmgsley Lake at two o'clock Middleburg, visited Mrs. Leonard 'il' :
and Mis. Seeb Harris, of Starke, ;Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs- J.cn Saturday in Faith Baptist :Pievrtt and family on Sunday. i Santa Claus
skjont Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. i,Wayne Turner and daughter, of Church. Rev. A. E. Massey, pastor Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and
Walter Willuson. They all visitedMr. Jacksonville. cf the church performed the cere- daughter attended services at
S. H. Thompson in Lake But- I i Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith of mony. They will/ reside in Starke{Community Baptist Church in I
ler in the afternoon. i(i Marietta, spent Sudnay with Mr. I where Mr Smith is employed. Switzerland and were Tf'cent.din, II
Richard Bennett and son of?' ai.d Mrs. Ernest Raulerson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt gavea ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis II!
Daytona Beach and Ralph Parley daughters. family dinner on Sunday honoring Taylor and son.
of Jacksonville, were weekend I' Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Logan of their son. J. C. who was Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rosier :
guests of Mrs. Hattie Darley: and,Toledo, Ohio, were weekend guests i observing. his birthday anmver- and family of Palatfta,visited his Solve Your Gift Problems ;
:EliTY.. Those enjoying this cecaI father, Britt 'Rosier'and other
I stun were J. C.'s family, the L. H. relatives here on Sunday: .
Thafs Our Business Harpers, and the Truman Nor- P. E. Joyner and Mr. and Mrs. I

U It's Glass We Hart III! mans. Bryant Reddish' were weekend
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lowery guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. O.Pons
t Tim and David Wilkerson, were and family in Tallahassee.
ui Jacksonville on Saturday fora Mr. and JMrs. Bobby Powers, of
Joe Peters Glass Co. viSit with Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hiemi, spent several days with
Reed. his mother,.Mrs. Dolly Powers.
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FOR ANY GLASS NEED Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tanner of Deepest sympathy is extendedto can worry
We Design Modern Store Fronts Jacksonville visited his parents.Mr. Mrs. Harold Eunice the loss AND 0 / I
Mail Us A Pattern for and Mrs. Dave Tanner on of her.father.at Maxville.Mr. .
Table Tops Thursday. While here they also and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt about what to give Grandad
visited Jimmy Tanner in Bradford .J.ld sons visited Mr. and Mrs. : !
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Galnesrllle, Fla. Phone PR. 24353: County Hospital.Mr. :Ernest Southerland in Lake Butler ; II IIff
and Mrs. R. E. Lee andVt on Sunday. .

...,..,... ....- ----.- ,...-. Mr. and Mrs. James Wilkersonand ; T'F Husband Sweetheart and 1
-+. o', family of Jacksonville visited ,
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I. i P 1 Put daughter Wilkerson.Mr. and, of Mrs.Jacksonville L. J. Taylor, were and [ \_ / ) the other Men Folks : /. /

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Noah Taylor this weekend.Mrs. \ ... ..:j;
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I' I!:, r C/ Alachua. spent Sunday with \.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hague and. ..A
i.+9iy Gucbtfi of Mrs. Nancy Keene
I In ..1.: and the Allen Harts during the Qualify
Y.ir II ;Tt weekend were Mr. and Mrs. R.'C. Gift
i < yoyr Keene and family, Mrs. Gertrude
x Ti-wery, and Mrs. Oral McDaniel

t < life .... of Jacksonville, and the Yams
t Keene family of Glen St. Mary. that will be remembered a
,;: 4C .. ,'.. Mrs. Lois Carter and sons were

I: :.ZH. :"-... ";,.::; ...-, ... :-V-jf' .' .- (' :. Earl weekend Denmark guests in of Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. .,may long, long time. ,p pr py. I II

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'*>-*'.**' *. \. .i- and Mrs. Morris Bell of Maxvilleand exfensire
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.I>',.-.. ,'; .. ;"! :Enter'tlaglc C/1.tJ! 4. Ejtit ?ploit .' go on a tJioppiitf : end Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson of Max- I :
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f' ,.:t..... '\. The MtiO Magic Cltel/ns i tfi? cooking( under crrilrrlR. her father, Mr. Bell. Amos Lee j .
;;'=;', .'. .......c and Harry Bell served as ushers-
I. Wilbur Wilkinson brother of the
The new .XVa !ic Cortlrol, .Center ... .. I It
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In oaf! jam-) a'oi.g: *ilL. :a i .. honor Louise with Lee was Miss the Patsy matron-of-Smith as Some lines of Fancy Holiday Packages and Decanters are already in :

rrart +l f O\C1 t\tt'ln; t lOw!; a '. '"" bridesmaid. Other attendants were
alr! } 1 It ra\il''';:' ''' .. V. J Peggy Lucas and Jackie Lee as '

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1 An informal reception followed
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0m Pearly:. Signal Light bIi e's parents in Maxville. !I
Stia-\ppiant!! ] outlet The bride is a graduate of Baldwin in assorted case quantities. ./ f 1 1j
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t,. lIar.h'Srr.ohlei CN1t>.r-Sit1Ifi"1.!{'Jl'S Broiler f UriadV:' Lr.i-HurndlS' i -' (-.--_'{.-a- t'. w< :;..:.::-: -+. I,vile.Services the church were Sunday well with attended fifty-four at j 10 % Above Cost On Case Lots Only i j

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rut a to"f-/i ( t k. t.-lt'n with .Slagle i ("IK.f' :at 7 p. m. 1
new :!r/f/j4lTfJ S'IU.1 Mr.. and Mrs. 'Richard Mosley 1! I j
I visited in Jacksonville. Saturday.
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