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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 24, 1959
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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STARKE. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, DEC. 24. 1959 NUMBER TWE1\ 1.n"E
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Dr. William Epping Middleton, Joe Lee Dowling, 60 a native I

I 32, beloved "family physician" to of Bradford County now residingin

hundreds\ Bradford County Jacksonville, was killed in a

From The Telegraph Staff families during a half century of two car collision six miles northof I

medical service died Tuesday F. Starke early Sunday night.

To Our Readers Everywhere morning in Bradford County Hos- p.z The accident occurred: when the

oilal after being in failing health automobile driven by Dowling,

for several months. traveling east on Bayless Highway .

Funeral services were held iSR 2251. collided with one OP- x
'Fast And Furiofls'Kayo I ,,'c H
Thursday morning at 11 o'clockin erated by Charles B. Miller 34 V

the First Methodist Church of Holly Hill, at the intersectionof _
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with the pastor Rev. H. O. Boy- SR 16 and 225 near the State

Attendants Report Being ttte, officiating.Born ,a. i pnson gate.

January 30, 18'1'1 in Jesup State Trooper A. S. Mauldin

G&.. he was the son of the late I who investigated the accident, said

Held Up Twice In 24 HoursReports Dr. William S. Middleton and I tne Dowling car apparently ran a

Ruby Mattox Middleton Losing A N | j stop sign and struck the car Trophies galore highlighted the annual Football Tom Smith Most Improved Player; Hank Graham,

I 1.___ __ ___ .......... I(driven Miller. Jacksonville Area riUaYa the Keystone' Conference
1:15 parents: : at an early age, IT. by The banquet honoring the Bradford Tornadoes last All holding
of two hold-up at the was headed south or.e of the Middleton was reared by a half \V. K. Middleton ,I nan was dead on arrival at Brad- trophy presented to the squad; Tommy Clark, Out-
Thursday n'ght. Pictured left to John
Kayo service station on North meu pulled a sawed-off shotgunon other and spent most of his boyhood American Medical Association and ford County Hospital. ( right are: !standing Lineman; and Man ey Tanner Out stand*

Temple Ave. in less than 24 hours him and ordered him to turn in Atkinson, Ga until entering Injured in the Dowling car were i Dodd, who won the coveted Sportsmanship< trophy;
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a'k.
1 vas Seaboard Airline Railway surgeon !Ing
list Saturday were filed with the around. Forsythe said the man pre-medical school at the his wife Mrs. Corrie T. Dowling,
until his retirement in 1953.
Sheriff's Department, Deputy then struck him in the head with University of Georgia. He received 61, who sustained a broken collarbone
he 4" 3" it
Upon his retirement was T
Dolph Reddish said yesterday.The something, knocking him out. hit medical degree from the Uni- and possible fractures of an :
r.onored the of Bradford
I by people
first hold-up was reported When he regained consciousness, versity of the South at Sewanee, aim and leg; Mrs. Vivian Holdfjn,
County:: with perhaps the greatest .
by Bill Forsyth, attendant at the Fjrsythe said, he was inside the Tenn. in 1900. 36, lacerations on both legs; tier
personal tribute ever received bya
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Kayo station, who said that he station and about $350 was miss- After practicing several years daughter Alice Holden, 3, lacerations ,
j citizen here. His birthday, Jan., tfa as .
was sweeping down the driveway Ing. The attendant said that a- in Hortense, Ga., Dr. Middleton on head;; and her son Dan- --f -
JO 1953 officially designated
was
about 4:30 a. m. when a car described round $50 was taken from his first came to Bradford County in is: Dr. Middleton Day in Starke i ny Holden, 13, minor bruises.'tars. 4

as a green Buick of about person: and the remainder of the ll03! settling at Brooker where a ; Holden is the daughter of Mr. and
Hid thousands of friends, patients
1950 model, pulled into the outside money from the cash drawer. big sawmill operation was then Mrs. Dowling.
1 throughout the years and city,
island of pumps. Forsythe said Forsythe said that when he in progress. After the mill shutdown Miller sustained a passible: VMi k
I county, and state officials gathered r
that two Negro men were in the woke up, he saw Jimmy Bell, he and his family moved to .c to honor him for "unselfishservice" fracture of his right arm; his z

fiont seat of the car and that manager of the station, and Van Worthington Springs where they mother-In-law Mrs. Carrif: D
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of Bradford '
to the citizens t
when he went up to the car, which Prescott asleep in a parked car remained until 'moving to Hamp- ;!: County. Character 59, of Holly Hill, hada

I outside the station. He woke them tun in 1913. His final move was possible fracture of her right

Bradford Cagers up and told them of the hold-up. to Starke in 1919 where he has Outstanding among this servicewas arm; W. T. Character 74l facial 1 Yr s

Forsythe said, and they notified lived ever since. ; his untiring efforts during the lacerations; and Ray Milter. 14, ,

Bow To Live Oak city police. In spite of his busy life in the terrifying "flu epidemic" of 1918 son of Mr. Miller received facial
f 1 hen two other Starke physicians$
About 10 n'
p.m. the same day, medical profession, Dr. Middletonalso lacerations. : 7

In First LossA Milton Bell, who was working the found time to serve his,town :were\ stricken themselves and Dr. Mr. Miller and :Mrs. Character

shift for Forsythe, said that two and county in elective offices. He J JI Middleton put in 22 hours daily were later transfered to a "hospital
I sleeping only from 5 to 7 a. m.. in
young Negroes came up from back served one term in the State (Continued One Page Six
three-game winning streak of the station and held him up Legislature in 1913, six one-year I an effort to minister to the people ..

was.broken. for the Bradford Tornadoes with a gun, taking about $40 off terms as Mayor of Starke and J; of the community. He is also i.; .. .
credited with ushering in some Rites Tuesday ,-., ...
by Live Oak cagers who I his person. A car came up about his final political service was one : *

scored a 68-50 victory to topple that time. Bell said, and the Negroes term as County Superintendent ZOOO.babies during his half century Art .Holliday .(left), president of the Booster Mpod who made AH Conference and AH! Area

BHS from the ranks of the unde- left before taking anything of Public Instruction. During this j of practice. Club LTF Coach
For A. E. Wall Spurgeon Cherry (second from teams. Left to right the boys are: IIar\ey Tan-
feated. Besides his wife, Nola Dowling
term it is said that he found the
UseSome left). and BHS Coach Leonard Register (extreme ner. Hank Graham, Sam Gardner:, John Miller,
The Suwannee High Bulldogs months ago Bell had reported office $100,000 in debt and man- ]Middleton Dr. Middlton is sur- ,
right) are pictured with members of tWJ959 Cecil Leach Ronald Crawford, and Tommy Clark.
hit a 40 per cent clip from the a hold-up while working aged to get it back on a firm nved by one son, Earl L. Middle- -
i ton of Melbourne; two daughters,, The body of A. E...WaU, 44, of -
at Lacy Lam
Conway's station Temple
financial four
field, and five Live Oak players i on footing in the year of their
mates Tanner and
ecored In double to rack Avenue. Between $100 and period. *" "-" r J {"Madge .Middleton'and Mrs. Jacksonville was found late Sunday Award-Laden r
figures : ? ;; morning in the Clark thin received the Keystone ]Most! Stores Will!!
both, of smouldering
up a 33-24 halftone lead. $200 was taken at that time. He Dr. Middleton was a member of j Eugene Matthews, Conf erenfce championship
It off for the Tornadoes was recently released after :Starke; four grandchildren and ruins of his weekend cottage on trophy
was an night serving I the First Methodist Church, and which ,
who shot only 30 per cent; a three.month sentence for 'Woodmen of the World, and wasa I two great grandchildren. Starke.Kingsley Lake, six miles' east of BUS cipal Hugh was presented B. Ingram by BHS on behalf Prin-I]Be Open 26thIn

from the field and 40 per cent; trespassing on state prison pro. Scottish Rite Mason and Burial was in Crosby LafceCemetery Tornadoesi of the conference officials.
I Sheriff J. P. Hall who was on
prrty. I under the direction of
from the foul line. Shriner. He was a member of the
the when the body I Major individual trophies went)
scene was
f Strickland Dicky Dickson combined and for Woody 31 of Active DeWitt pall C. bearers Jones Funeral were Dr. Home James; found, said that Wall apparently Feted At Banquet to Tanner as most valuable back; j' a reversal of an announcement -

hot! himself with a .32 calibre Clark, most valuable lineman; made last week by the
Bradford's points, with the former E. Mosley, Dr. H. H. Adams, Dr.
hitting 17 and the latter 14. Jerry I A. J. Barry Dr. T. G. Ritch, Dr. pictol:: after having set fire to foe Tern Smith,most improved player; (Chamber: of Commerce, it appears
ccttage in fit of despondency Awards marking the close of and John Dodd, sportsmanship
a
e+ti H. Jennings and Dr. Don I
Vann led Live Oak with 16. J Lloyd t.hat most Starke retail stores will

The Tornadoes also lost the B I ald M. Christoffers. over financial matters. one of Bradford High's most successful .trophy.._ _presented each year by 1__ #__ ..... ;_ ual
Gene Griffin a Duval County football seasons were distributed uv \,;. j. HouptAll w open AUI uuomt xa as us on
team preliminary to Live Oak bya
,. K A.> deputy constable and a neighbor 1 at the annual Booster Conference awards went to I Saturday, Dec 26. instead of remaining -

contest score of 43-40 in an overtime I r: State Will Pay of[ Wall's on the lake discoveredthe C 21ub banquet in the high school I. six Tornado gridders: Tanner closed. .

The Tornado schedule will be blaze about 9:30 a. m. He and afeteria last Thursday night. Around Clark, John Miller Sam Gardner I Among those who say they will

several other neighbors could see 200 persons,including squad Cecil Leach and Ronald Crawford.
resumed Thursday. Jan. 7, with A be this
definitely' Saturday
Wall's body lying on a bed with aplytol :iiemberc, coaches, parents, and All-Area Team certificates went I open
and B squad home games against : For DefenseOf 1 are Robbins', Stump's, Barksdale's -
clutched in his hand, but :special guests gathered to witness to Tanner Clark and Hank Gra-
Baldwin. Eagle, Priest's, and Gem
when they broke out a window in 1 the award of trophies and hear ham foi first team berths; Miller, I

an attempt to get inside and remove I Coach Spurgeon Cherry, head of' Gardner, and Smith, for second I Jewelry. Several others will

Christmas LightsTo : Prison Guards the body, the added oxygen 1 the intra-mural sports departmentat !I team positions; and Larry Elder! obaily follow suit. Groceries had

caused smouldering flames to en- the University of Florida,I Allen Crews Billy Helsabeck, I intended to remain open all along

gulf the house making entry imI I praise athletics as a builder of Crawford, and Richard Dugger for i i Courthouse offices, the City
Be JudgedRobert Private counsel will be employea possible. I character: honorable mention. The certi- Hall, and local banks will remain

by the State to defend 12 Rai- Fire equipment from Starke Harvey Tanner, stellar Tornado ficates were pesented by Joe Hal-:I closed all day Saturday.

Mclntire, executive director vA Y ford prison guards recently indicted and Camp Blanding was rushed'quarterback and Tommy Clark, berstein. sports editor of the Gain The post office will be open during

of the Chamber of Com- ,Jay a Federal grand jury at to the acene, but the bouse was so ead, were elected captain and co- esville Daily Sun. .1 its usual hours on Saturday

merce, said yesterday that due to far gone their efforts were limited captain of the 1959 squad in a pollHouse' I Continued One Page Six
Jacksonville on charges of abusing
small number of entries filed
the to preventing the spread' ot

In the annual Christmas lighting I I prisoners. I.fire to adjoining property. 'Smoke

this it has been decided The State Cabinet Prison Com- ,
contest year Sheriff Hall said that WaIl left C

to judge all displays whether -, Kirkland Congratulated mittee decided on this action 'I four notes written during the Made From icr kr

actually entered in the contestor Monday on recommendation of early morning hours of Sundayin w

not. : On Winning $1,000 Scholarshiptotal Prison Director H. G. CochraneJr. which he outlined his intentions Old RefrigeratorJ.
The judging was done ChristmasEve and reasons for his action.
and results will be announcednext I who said his investigation Financial reverses and the hope
I Charles D. Kirkland [right) of of $2,150 in cash scholarships O. Bass Jr.
week.Homestead. snowed the guards had not abused that his deed would provide funds 46-year-old SAL
I Starke, is congratulated by Uni- and from the sale of one of yard conductor
their authority.The for his wife and small daughterwere : finds country living i
I t versity of Florida Vice President iris models, in addition to three apparently the motive Sher- to his liking at his 45-acre
12 under indictment who
Exemption Harry Philpott upon winning a szpense-paid trips to Detroit. He : iff Hail said.Wall's farm located about six miles

1,000 scholarship for his sports is currently studying Industrial will be defended by the state, are: south of Starke
Forma Being Mailed outboard motor, radio, on State Road
car model entered in the 1959 Arts at the University of Florida. John C. Batten and Russell Carter -I I
hunting jacket, family pictures 100.He
Homestead Exemption Applications Fisher Body contest.A "The age limit has got me," both of Bradford County; Hu- and other articles were round in has purebred hogs and cattle -

Dec- 31 and' consistent winner each yearI Kirkland said regretfully when I a small flock of poultry, anda
will be mailed bert Griffis, Allen Griffis and Ms car, parked a short distance
I since he entered his first contestin asked if he intended to enter the farm big enough to keep him ;
hands of the I the house.
Should be in the property John O. Dobbs, of Union County;behind I ;
owners by Jan 2. Tax Asses-'I 1953. Kirkland has garnered a, 1960 car model competition. Albertus Eugene Wall familiarly busy> in his spare time. .#

sor Gene Long urges all to sign James A. Barton, Andrew Richardson -I known by his initials. A. E., One cf his latest gadgets is a py ...

application and return as soon as Golf Course Work Bowling League and Earlis Harvey, of was born hi Jacksonville on Sept. smoke house, ingeniously constructed ;_ f

possible. Baker County; Albert Lee Stafford 17, 1915, the son of the late Al- from an.old junk refrig- Idk\la/F -.

Meeting CalledAll Melvin McKinney and Ron- bertus [Ben and Lillie ArmstrongWall ciator given him a while ago. He
of Starke.He took the motor out of the bottomof ;.
Is Speeded UpGood Inc K. Griffis, who reside at the
I was reared by the W. L. the 12-cu--ft.. refrigerator, and ?
interested in bowfin : 4 ;
persons prison; and Edward R. Taylor
NEW YEAR'SEVE Wan family here and was a foster the freezer section, then cut a 6-

I is or sponsoring a team in the Bowl-, who resigned from his guard position brother oTCoL H.C."WaD of St. inch hole in the bottom of it anda
progress being made
DANCEU. on ing League are invited to atten(d:I last Jan. 31 Augustine state Director of Selective 3-inch-hole at the top. r .
the new golf course east of Starke,
with all fairways stumped and. a meeting to be held at 7:30 p.m Two others under indictment, Service. 'Besides Cot Wall An old laundry stove, aptly called -

S. 0. will to their defense he is survived his wife. Mary a "Hot Pot" provides the fire
cleared. Six greens have been Monday, Dec. 28, in the Scout Hu t have finance own by
f dismissed VanFrank Waif. 413 Brunswick and smoke, and lengths of com- /
roughed in. a few tees constructed on Pratt Street playground. as they were by
9:30 1:35: and work is in on the the State last year after its ownr Road Jacksonville, and' a nine- mon smoke-pipe are used to con-
progress
Recreation Director Bob Benne
vey the hickory-wood smoke into /
ORCHESTRASponsored three lakes to be built in the investigation of prison abuses.They year-old daughter Murla Eliza-
course. Officers of the Starke Golf states that the Jaycees and Stat,e are James H. Dunn, formercaptain beth. the smoke oven, and out again ..

By ard Country Club have expressed Prison employees have agreed t,o[ of the guards now reside At the time of his death, Mr. through the top. He had to experiment

in Orlando, and Earl Chesser,, Wall was an employee of the to learn how far away -
hope that members will be able enter teams, but that four mor, ing -
STARKE BPW CLUB to play the course by the last of former guard lieutenant, of Bradford postal department in Jacksonville. tne fire should be. and finally -
teams are needed to complete th'e th
found that 10 feet away was
May. County. He was a member of the National
league. There will be a $15 entrance I- The 11 guards suspended after, Guard! in Starke for several years proper distance to keep the e't
Preliminary layout work will beck _
fee for teams, ht said. their indictment last week and was a veteran of World War from being too hot. -
ne after the first of the year willpro He has smoked various cuts oi' i
in lieu 'H.suspension. '
Contributed grven"15 days' pay
This Space for the $25,000 club house hat
and barbecued mullet and l
meats.
per notice of their ,. Funeral services were held at 2
Weekly to Publicize was designed. by architect Frank Tag Sales To Start and they will also be consideredfor l p..m. Tuesday in the First Presbyterian is well pleased with results so far.. we -.
George.A
On Jan. 4 back pay and fringe benefit. Church of 'Starke, of Experience has taught him thai. >
Monday -
new street, from Highway 230 obtained 4
best Jesuits are tojnnoking :
Community Events by cleared. which he member. Rev. .
has if they are was a rI .. ;
mto the golf course property, bacon for 12 hours am
Cochrane said the state is Barry Van DeVenter the pastor
urging
been cleared and deeded to the Since the courthouse will b e I
shoulders for double<
THE COMMUNITY hams and
county. The right-of-way is 150 closed all day Saturday Jan. 1 l,J an early date for' the trials,. officiated.
tilt because of crowded court Burial was in the family plot that time.
wnLi] a
auto license plates
tne
STATE BANK feet wide and ,was donated to the new docket it may be a year or more in Crosby Lake Cemetery under :Mr. Bass is particularly: proud j I County Agent G. T. Huggins and J. 0. Bass Jr. admire
club, 75 feet by Mr: and Mrs. Paul not go on sale until Monday, Jar L. "
OF STARKE Leamon and 75 feet by A. J. 4, Tax Collector J. R. Kelly reminded before they are held. the direction of DeWitt C. Jones of his 3-year-old registered Here- home cured ham from refrigerator "smoke house
Funeral Home. (Continued One Page Six]
Suslow. the public yesterday.
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".D.J..D .D. ----- Mr and Mrs. George Flynn Jr. I *'Age Of Comedy'
f i .ate
and family wall move Saturday :
S ]Booked At Park"The
4- from 520 W. Weldon street to

I heir new home on E. Call street. Golden Age of Comedy." HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONThe

''I Mrs. O. L. Haynes,Jr. and chil-;(I r feature film showing an assortment -

I wren leave Christmas day to spend ''I[ t>f movies made when slapstick -
1 M Tltt Nl111/. : Ii i ; the! holidays with her parents. Mr. !: comedy was the vogue will 1960 Homestead Exemption Renewal Applica-
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W< - --- i and Mrs. D. G. Scott and family I be playing at the Park Theatre tions Widows and or Disabled, Persons Exemptions,

:! ._. ..- ,- .., .?. ,-.-.'._,, _._ in Decatur, Ga. ,! !3ii Friday and Saturday. Dec. :25: Tangible and Intangible Personal Property Forms will
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be mailed December 31st. which you should receive

,. Clyde Sinclair and daughter I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terwillegarand Singer Sewing Machine Needles Meticulously compiled from111cre about January 1st or 2nd.

Evelyn, and Miss Flora Slade children will spent the I at Denmark Furniture Co, tf I than 2000 reels of inspired

Jue spending the holidays with I Christmas weekend at Belle Vista rwP madness: created by Mack Sen- We urge all of you to sign and return these formsas

Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Hurst in In- I Beach at St. Petersburg with Mrs. i Debbie Reynolds, i nett J JI: and Hal Roach this movie soon as possible anyone not receiving a renewal application -

fcwnapoiis, Ind Tel w1l1E'gar. Sr. and family.Dr. R I includes some of the best comedians should this than
contact office not later April1st.
I Sarah Wells is spending Glenn Ford Star suchis
Miss Jean Mundy was in Jack- I I >* 4: : in Hollywood history .
2 Jonville Wednesday visiting Miss Friday to Sunday in Miami with In Florida Film"It Will Rogers Carole Lombard.

I'ackie Vining. elatives. laurel: and Hardy Jean Hariow. Homeowners filing application for Homestead Exemption -
I and Mrs. Guy Sale were in Paul Knight of :Miami is spending ]BEn Turpin. Harry Langdon the
Mr. \ '
Started With a Kiss starling for the first t time must do so in person and
allahassee j several days last week the holidays with is mother, I Keystone: Cops and other "slap
Debbie Reynolds and Glenn with of
bring you tisfactoQproof of ownership as
Mrs. D. E. Knight- They will haveas stick artists.An .
\>n business., Ford as an American air
January 1st. Proof of consists of Recorded
i Mrs Fryer Cain of Aberdeen I then guest Kenneth Gray of entertaining film for the ownership
Ford will be featured at the Florida Deed Contract for Deed which must be
I Miami. or Agreement
13 spending two weeks with entire: family young and old a-
:J.Id JIr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhard. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker and h .f : this Sunday Monday and i ;like. recorded with the Clerk of the Circuit Court prior to

Miss:; Floried Killingsworth of I children of Fort Lauderdale are Tuesday. Playing co-starring roles Jan. 1st of the year in which you make application for
-r are Eva Gabor, Gustavo Rojo and I II
Birmingham, Ala. is spending the spending the Christmas holidays Fred Clark. I At The TabernacleSeveral Homestead Exemption.We .
with her sister Mrs. J. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. i I
holidays In this hilarious Glenn :
comedy,
H. Moncrief. ; sincerely! solicit 'ooperation'on all your
your
fl Dennis. Force sergeant stationed at a base ; members of the Gospel
Robblm time-Stock Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers a tax matters and if be of service to ,
Extra save we can any you
in the
Spain and Miss Reynolds as" Tabernacle group attended
jip with Singer Bobbins at Denmark and children of Jacksonville are his bride, find themselves in a :, 1 beautiful Ordination service of pease feel free to call on us at any time.
Furniture Co. tf spending Christmas with her parents '
series of predicaments after the :Morris M. Brackman. Jr., at the
Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Junius
1 Miss Della Crenshaw of Louisuk. -
wins fabulous automo- Bible Church Lake Bul-
sergeant a ,Trinity in
Bob Smith has been confinedthe
her sister.
\ Ky is visiting :bile of the future in a raffle. 'cr Sunday afternoon. Rev. R. Thanks,
.Irs. H. O. Boyette, and family past ten days with hepatitis.Dr. \-t
> 'It Started With A I Pastor.
Seymour Marco was in Or- << Kiss" was Clark Crosby is the

this" v.uk.Mr.. lando over the weekend to hear .ilmed in Cinemascope and color I On Tuesday evening, a Christ- GENE; LONG,
and Mrs. Charles Carr have I on locations in Madrid Granada, I II mas reading was given entitled ,
Dr Frank Dickinson of London, mums for this occasion. ,
Lake Mrs. Thomas
into cot-
the Kincaid MAd
moved Tax Assessor.
I Seville ."Oh Divine interspersedwith
Eng talk on contact. lenses at a ,, 1 A beautiful three-tiered wedding Barcelona Segovia and Night
ttgeMr.: seminar.Mr. Are Honor Guests I i I marking the first tune these SpanI congregational singing of the :
and Mrs. C. W, Walters of cake. decorated with roses and I
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isn backgrounds have been used I old carols solos etc. Among
and Mrs. Lawrence
Thompson
Dublin. Ga. are spending Christmas On 25th with "25" encircled ,
and son of Jacksonville were Anniversary topped a large for a contemporary film. I outstanding numbers were two --- -' -- '
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weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. I with roses centered the cake I readings by Mrs. Harry F. McGee
Ji. and family and Mrs. W. H. ;entitled "The Three Trees" and
I Baldwin. i table which overlaid with Prison Choir Cantata
1Iolbnd. Logan :Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thomas. was a

Col. and Mrs. T. T Long and Donald Thomas, and Miss Diann handsome imported linen cloth.'!.To "The Unexpected Guest."
Mrs. S. L. Perk Sr. will spend Be Heard Sunday
<; Tom and Dave, spent the j I i FloridalheatreTHE
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Roy sons Thomas surprised their parents. Presiding at the cake table was] I

Ward in Lake City. weekend in Albany and Baconton, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas with Mrs. Lucille Stoughton of Jack I The Catholic Choir at Florida ARE YOU GOING TO Y!
Ga a family party at their home sonville. I
I State Prison will present a cantataof I NEED
r RIIWESBOt Tuesday night Dec. 1, in celebration Pouring punch was Mr. Catholic Christmas music and

of their 25th wedding anni 2s's mother, Airs. S. P. Thorn-I. the Scriptural Christmas Story at I assistance in the prepara- SATURDAY MORNING

versary. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jacksonville, assisted byliss 3:30 p. m. Sunday, Dec. 27 in the I tion of your 1959 Income
. renewed their marriage vows in al; Diann Thomas. Mrs. W. P. JIc- prison's All Souls Chapel. The I

t ceremony performed by Rev. A. E.I j Kinney of Jacksonville poured choir is under the direction of a Tax Return?

Massey, pastor of Faith Baptist' coffee. fe;low inmate and is sponsored by j SEE I H

Church. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas received the Catholic Chaplain, Father I
NEIL TUCKER I Free Show
The Thomas home was beautimany beautiful and useful gifts Cornelius Dougherty.

fully decorated with lavender from the approximately 60 guests Public Bookkeeper I II

SHOES gladioli and white chrysanthe-: -I present. 120 S. Starke I
FOR MEN Hi H M H B BM BlMMHHP Court. I II

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McAteer and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sublet, of I| I Ph. WO 4-9854, WO 4-2545 i itt 10:30 A.M.:

M>n. Bobby of Tampa are spend- Murfreesboro Term are holiday i FloridaTheatre
!
rug, the Christmas holidays with
VYn F their! daughter Mrs. George Flynn guests of their daughter, Mrs.I I t1. The Saturday Morning Free Show will begin at 9 A.M.on .
Harry Green I t
and family.
[Jr. and family. Saturday, Dec. 12 because of the Theatre's opera-
A A i Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville !
1v a Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Nor- and Lt. and Mrs. of''' t tions.
Duke Bishop rI
'man of Macon. Ga. were overnight !
KINDER
Gunter AFB, Montgomery, Ala. i ;
; guests last Friday of Mr.
M' I Me Christmas holiday guests ofMr.
I II
II and Mrs. L. C. Smith. The Smiths and Mrs. Lex Green. II II I "BUCKSKIN. FRONTIER"This
also had as Sunday visitors Mr.
%i.5Y7. :o I and Mrs. Harry Neiderman of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Strayhornof i Ei I
Wildwood and Mr. and Mrs. W. :
Laurellton. N. Y. l\'!. Hazen of Gainesville were Sun- I SAT. DEC. 26 I ; TO YOUR Was :Made Possible Through The Following :Merchants -
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Newcomb of i
I day guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. :
Portland, Ore. will arrive Dec. 29

t for three days visit with Mr. and Hazen.Mr and Mrs. Seeber Goodman I lEtirco.o.n :MASTERS ELECTRICAL SERVICE
(;
a, .. Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb and family.Mr. .
and family are spending Christ- : EYES :
( and Mrs. E. T. Voeth of mas day with her mother Mrs. GEM JEWELRY
Lakeland:: are spending the holi-
I says with their daughter. Mrs. C. Ethel Pickren and Mr. and Mrs. I II CRAWFORD BROTHERS GULF SERVICE TATIOSSUDIOXS'
Cyril Pickren in Gainesville. EI
L. Dent and family. I II ; ;
Asa + QH '. I I Mr and Mrs. Arthur Clark and jsmmj KOCH DRUGS
.y" r Mrs. D. T. Clark of Miami and
son of Owosso Mich. were Monday
I
Mr. and Mrs. N. Wainwright and Tuesday visitors of Col. and I I CITY FISH AND :\IEA MARKET:
I of Hollywood will be holiday WITH
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.Wain- Mrs J. A. Griffin. The Clarks and J & J BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc.

:nght and family. Griffins are spending the Christmas wlvU I, J HA10UGHT.j
holidays with relatives in
Mrs. Del Colley and daughter STARKE MOTOR PARTS
.
ITALIAN LOAFERSSIZES Jackie and Mrs. Daisy Perryman Lakeland.Mr.. and Mrs. R. O- Dansby and .TIE BIG! DISK-JOCKEY p!RH!! NORMAN ELECTRICAL SERVICE
spent Monday in Blackshear. Ga. "
son, Micky left Tuesday for Starke Radio & TV !I
with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Moore. 1 J. : I WILLIAMS JEWELRY
64 TO 11 Ozark Ala. to spend Christmaswith itl! ,
$9 98 :Miss Margaret Rose Duncan tr ; '
_
lPi dd.JI-
Roman in Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Andrewsand
esque styling ONLY will leave Dec. 26 for Anderson, family.Mr. -II.IIIYBoWen.,. 311 East Call Street I TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
small print mellow gram. Ind. to be the guest of Mr. and A aWrlieGnde!

Experience fun in com Mrs. Edward Wellington and son and Mrs. Charles Patrick Starke, Fla. ,. -' --
fort and son of West Florida Mr. and -- - --. .
Dave. -
enjoy a well fit Miss Duncan and Dave will -
Mrs. Steve Weldon of Macclenny, '
ting shoe. Available in loin a house party at a skiing Jae
Billy Weldon of
Tallahassee, Mr.
black and Ivy-wood. I l 1-jdge in Michigan for a week's
and Mrs. Jimmy Weldon of Jack-
fry A Pair Today! holiday. \ sonville and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. ...
Mrs. A. Russell Norman was! BROSV.
I
+
Shaffer of Tavares will be Christmas !
visiting her sister, Mrs. D. N Deu-
holiday guests of Mrs. Gladys
mark Sr. in Jacksonville on Mon Weldon and daughter Martha. Plus "Early To Bet" Cartoon i
day.
Mr. and Mrs. I F. Smith Jr. I
j N
Mrs. E, L. Cox and daughter Y
| and family of DeFuniak Springs SUN., MON.. TUES.
I I
Marilyn, and Earl Norman attended i
CHRISTMAS SPECIALSGifts the Peninsular Life Insur nil spend the weekend with her I III Dec. 27, 28, 29mm
j pother Mrs. Lucile Davis.
,nee Co. Christmas party in Gainer II II I
I Miss Janice Burns of Tallahasee say .,
I ille last Friday evening. I I II
was visiting Miss META Q1DIJYII MTE ._
I Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and Markleyann -......-,- ro
For Men and Boys family are spending Christmas I, Johns from Sunday to Wednesday ....Glenn! FORD ;
t ;Mr: and Mrs. C. A. Bauer and
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ray in Waycross Ga. with Mr. and children of Greenville Miss were. DebbieREYNOLDSmcGOSTWOROJO 44
Mis. J. A. Dankel and family. .
Jane and Jimmy Guy of Gainesville overnight guests Sunday of Mrs. 11 SW TED r ]
Alice Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. I gg

RODS -- REELS SKIS GUNS i with their have grandmother spent the past, Mrs.week A. Bobby Turner. waN A iGSS' g1tQQtl Nil

Z. Adkins. Mrs. Adkins will spend Purchase any model of Singer ..* i tEVA
I GABOR'rRED coal
Sewing Machine at Denmark
t I Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Ad- CMMSCOft.KTWCOlOlPlus: ) ) erY
kins. and in Gaines- I Furniture Co. tf e v
Jr. family 11'1 L- f 1 1to9
Hunting Jackets ulle. J. O. Winters Jr. of San An- "Possee" Cartoon 0\1. frO bank s

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen tonio, Texas will spend the weekend .... four
took the Christmas box donatedby with his sister. Mrs. H. G. 0
WED THURS. FRI. tW'I"\etnber
,
the Young Adult married class Bollinger and family. r
Mrs. Lucile Davis Dec. 30, 31, Jan. 1 ryJ1.
of the
the First Christian Church over spent
r il p '.
and Coats
to the Florida Christian home in I :weekend in Gainesville with Mr. There'sNo
Jacksonville on Sunday. They also and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. flr

M : vsited Rev. and Mrs. Jess Sher- i i J. Winters.. Jr. of San An- Thrill'

I wood at Wesconnett. I umio. Texas will spend the weekend -

Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Dover Jr. j I in Gainesville with Mr. and UkeTheTHE .

Gun Cases 'I and family of Hibbing Minn. Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. .Thrill rtr.i. tt, 1I .
j spent the weekend with Mr. and I I Walter Davis of Lake Butler and r

Mrs. F. F. Flume. :ilr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns and

Jerome Edwards returned home,| family will be Christmas day I

All AboveI A Q/ Discount last Friday from FSU for the holi-:guests of Sen. and Mrs. C. E. ( I Ia

days. He will leave Saturday for!{Johns.

Items at 1U /Q Thru Dec. 24 Miami to spend the remainder of I I I Miss Vivian Garcia arrived last

I the holidays with Miss Judy Mey-(i Friday from South Georgia College : l lR

I ers and family. to spend the holidays with STORY !

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durkee of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Rene'

Plenty of Gainesville spent Sunday with her I I I Garcia of Camp Blanding.

parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johns Miss Marcia Miller is visiting

S and are spending the Christmas her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. rOOM

AMMUNITION' I holidays with his parents, Capt. Miller of Jacksonville. She is WAiNER mm TECHNICOLOR M rIL I ,.
1 and Mrs. Albert Perrault at West working in a Jacksonville depart-

On Hand Palm Beach. ment store during her vacation.Mr. Plus "Ragtime Bear" Cartoon
a Replace your old aortnr machine and Mrs. E. H. Register of I Ii&AFLORIDA

belt with a new Sinter Belt Miami will be holiday guests of

from Denmark Furniture Co. tf I Mr. and Mrs. Logan Baldwin.Mr. Late Show.

Mr. and Mrs R. W. Underill and Mrs. Henry Godwin .

and family of Melbourne are visiting -I I.rill have as Christmas day guests
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J- CWO and Mrs. Walter E. Johnsonand Dec. 31 12:00 P.M.

H. Moncrief this week. children of Fort Benning Ga..

STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins Mrs. Lola Johnson and D. P. GIGI'

and family will spend Christmas Baker of Ocala Mr. and.Mrs. S.

day with her mother, Mrs. S. M. E, Kennedy of Keystone Heights BANK AT STARKE -.- .'
Jeffords, in High Springs. and Mi.and Mrs. H. W_ Cannon Starring Leslie Caron and
,
.-t"II"JCOtPtrQilT'''' !'..., """,
LF.Oti5.MT/0ua.GROW _
Inc. Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Sr. has returned I and son of Gainesville. Maurice Chevalier 5"t Of2Raa'iOf

-"rom a month's visit with... I Melody May of Homestead was
Mjr. and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan at visiting the Robert Barksdale

VeatHill-Farms.Va. family -overthe-weekend.



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I The members and their guests
i ,
Mr. Norman - -- -
t Houpts And Mrs. enjoyed dancing to stero muic I ;;; -
--
I .f daring the evening. The Junior

II I : Entertain Pastor, ;tits were each given a long stemmed -

II I Are Deacons And WivesMr. ,flower.white" carnation the club NEW


.- 1 -i and Mrs. A. Russell Norman Chaperoning the dance wasJiss

I Hosts entertained at a Christmas ? Delia Rosenberg. Mr. and

Gltdye) :&Iooty Ir i t f ,, party at tJtt'ir.home. on East Call Mrs. Guy Sale. Mrs. Mural Gardner -

tr. n,_ t... ..... y- ....- :: At 1 street Thursday night. Dec. 17 for and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright. YOLKS

.I
the pastor and deasons of the
I (Church Groups Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza I
First Baptist Church and theirvives.
1 Jr. and baby.: Cliff. III. of Talla- !
:}
Are Entertainedt i Unique Colorful Christmas arrangements i
\ nassee and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza {
: .. ii were used in decorat WAGENSand
Christmas Parties Sr. and Miss Gloria Johns of
-- Yule ing.Mrs. Jacksonville were Tuesday lunch-
\ S. L. Peek Jr. presented" a
ton guests of :Mrs. T- J. Griffin
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen :- ) Christmas devo
-... .. candle-lighting
.
;
::1. : Miss Annie Darby and Mrs. Carrie -
entertained Mr. Cowen's Sunday \\ Party tion. After an evening of games. Ritch.I .

1 C School class; of the First Christen Y the group was invited into the

R I c Florida room for refreshments.The CHRISTMAS
Church at a Christmas party
table was covered with a
1 : white imported outwork cloth centered
refreshment table was overlaid SPECIALSAT
with
Christmas Mtt.
a arrangement '
] with a Christmas cloth and ell with four burning red can- L TARKt: FLA.

f centered with a red and silver ar- t M dies. At onp end of the table was

/ r-r a surprise : cake for RevL. '
birthday RUN MON TUBS.
!rangement. Punch cake and .

';, ,I snacks: were enjoyed by the group. .' : 'j-. s on. D.that Haines date.Twentyone. whose birthday fell i. December 27, 28, 29 !

.. f&r
I I I b t. guests enjoyed this,\ The Wild And Thei
u
.
The Intermediate Union
I Training R delightful affair.
II I! of the Madison Street Baptist "Papa Monrrirf and "M: lla Houpf wheel' i Innocent

'c I Church enjoyed! a Christmas party t ; baby (andy LII (Del Mitchell) at the Old Fu-hion- Little Women i Autiie Murphy Joanne Div

,Tuesday evening at the home ofNat ed Homecoming party given ur the staff of IhtcIr. {i iilbrrt Roland :Sandra Dee

MortonStarkMr. b bIe:' Dankel # ton Hospital b uwk.. A In: Houpt as Entertain With
: on West Madison r:uisll I j Kill HaTey and Ills Comet.
I "UttJth'ID" gleefully rid fric-3'elt -

and Mrs. Alexander Morton i Street. ; Christmas Ball Rock Around 4
I' An Old Fashioned Homecoming band (Frank Dryden their vile) :
jcf Starke announce the engage- ( A ] and I and/ heir new baby Cindyfor

, ment of his daughter. Helen C. '! Christmas Party'as held in': Christmas" was the theme for 'ittle boy Henry I Godwin 1: Uncle I Lu f DeljWitchellj I: Aunt Mary The Starke Woman's Club was : The Clock I '" -. l"

Morton, to Fred J. StarK son of :;' St. Edwards Parish Hall Saturday;i! the party given by Dr. and Mrs. Steve (Steve Simmons his wife, :Mrs. BIIe), and Aunt Kitty the setting for a lovely Christmas Plns Color Cartoon -- ;./ I
]morning for children Ball
of the given
by the Little Women's
fair. and Mrs. Edward Stark of par- Calvin J. Houpt for employees of j Mrs. S rtzl "" -"
; ; Aunt Ruth (Ruth Simmons 1 and : and Uncle Russ .
.i Cleveland Heights, Ohio. !U:ish. Presents were distributed by;( i ,Russel} omas). Club Tuesday evening. Former Wed., Thur. Dec. :30, :31 -- ..
Santa Claus. after which the Chil-] '[Doctors Hospital and their husbands t'Jf1r' little boy Alvin I Dr. Houpt; i members who have gone up to" BHa Logos

Beta Phi dien's Choir accompanied by SiS-| and wives on Wednesday i Aunt Nora Mrs. PatrayJ and her Mam* Mrs. Houpt and Papa the Junior Club were special
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|;ter Helen Marie and Sister Joseph! evening. Dec. 16, at the Houpt J farmer husband Frank Mitchell} \ I J. H. Moncriefl 1 were hosts to the guests. t Bride of the Monster I

Has Christmas Party home on North Walnut Street. i' and their teen daughter Janie !' .
Marian of Jacksonville) visited the age "famil gathering. They were The auditorium.<; attractive

In[ Parish HouseSt. :hospitals and sang Christmas I Out of town guests were Dr. and i iOpal Townsend 1; Uncle Jim I Dr. ; assrvt in preparing and servingthe with Christmas arrangements. Individual ,Young and Dangerous NOEGEL'SAUTO

ca; 3ros.] Mrs. B. A. BeviTe of Tampa form SartzJ and Aunt Ellen (ILoree tables were placed around

Mark's Parish house was the I I :Mrs.. Mike Gilhoole}'. Mrs. Richard -*eily of Waldo, and Dr. and Mrs.1 Dryden 1 and their little girl Nancy I! Quistmaa dinner by Miriam the dance floor and were centered lili Gentle Mark Damon
Richards I' James L. Swartz of High Springs. 1 ILucia Thomasl: Uncle Henry ;Tyso Albert Tyson Jr., Wilhe- vllh burning red and Plus Color Cartoon SALES
setting last Friday evening for the Mrs. Lester Hum green can-
The Brittl and Aunt Alice : menu Strong and Lydia Lane,
guests all appropriately Henry dles.
Beta Sigma Phi sorority Christ-) ;rhriesIrs.. .Francis Meng, and I i 1 The stage held a small green Fri. Sat Jan. 1. 2
j -
i costumed, included Aunt Sadie 'Mrs. Frittl: Aunt Lucy (tLucileGodwinl. I merfbrs of the culinary staff at and white decorated Christmastree
Mrs.
was party when Mrs. Logan Bald-! G.V. Richards accompanied ;i I Eunice Moncriefl and her hus and Uncle Bud (Dr. Be- Doctors Hospital. and the curtains were decorated Alan iJMld Van Heflln,
the
win and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid were sisters. I I Jean Arthur *

n &tsesses.. i I Miss Moore i Randal Home IC ristmas Parties with large white poinsettias.The -
Jean Chitty
The Parish House was attractIvely I I The Altar Society of St. F.d-II| i refreshment table in the SHANEDon't

wards Catholic Church held its:| Is hunroom was overlaid with a im-
{ For
Complimented iven Staffs
decorated throughout with i Scene Of LovelyDinnerBridge 1957
annual Christmas Party Tuesday:;: poi ted cutwork cloth and centered Give Up Ford V8FAIRLANE
The
Christmas arrangements. refreshment -
table was overlaid with' 'night at Barry's Restaurant. The I i|At Series Of Partiesi : Party f Business Firms vith a large crystal punch bowl

centered long table where members were I i I ael in y bed of mistletoe and red The Ship $1095
a red linen cloth and I
.
with a red and silver Christmas i 'seated, was decorated" with candles -I (: ..JE'anIoore., whose:: mar Mrs. Drew Reddish and Mr& Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Schmittre :and white poinsettia. Balancingthe JF.RRUWIS:

centerpiece which was flanked on ( and gold and silver ornaments riage to Gene Norman will be ani 1, Randal F. Chitty were hostesses hosts at their home last Fri- setting were branched candela Plus 2 Color Cartoon
i event of January 8. has been the 1 bra with burning red
centered around the tapers.
either side by silver candelabra Nativ-|: at a Christmas dinner and bridge 4ay evening when they entertain- I 1956 BUICK
with burning white tapers. All appointments ity scene. A turkey dinner was j inspiration for several parties. party last Friday evening at the I. .
; la employees of the DeWitt C.
on the table were of 'served. i On Friday evening; Dec. 11. Chitty home on Searing Street. I
!:\Irs. Oscar: Carter. Mrs. Blaine Jones Funeral Home and Colonial $695
Father :
Cornelius Dougherty Pink was used predominately
silver) and a silver coffee service r !
was placed at each end. was an honor guest. Thompson. :Mrs. Bobby Norman 1 I in decorating the living room; l"lorists at a Christmas party. i FUN FOR ALL !
'I I
A dessert course was served up- ': :md :Mrs. Richard Carter gave a i where four pink reindeer, pulling I The refreshments table held a | 1956 FORD
: The Junior Department of the bridal shower for Miss Moore at a white styrofoam sleigh filled
en arrival of the guests. red and silver arrangement and I

I The group joined in singing the First Methodist Methodist Children's Church Home visited at I the!. home of the latter in Heil- with pink and purple Christmas I I Christmas punch and snacks were j SPECIAL I Sta. Wg. $595
bronn Springs. bails was placed on a cloud of
Christmas carols and playing ,erved to the 12 guests attending.W. I
, Enterprise on Wednesday for the' I
White was the predominating: angel hair on the pink marble
after which they exchang- -
tames ,
w gifts from under the gaily decorated annual White Christmas festivi-I!::' color in the decorations used, con coffee table. The traditional green : H. Hand of Gulf Life Insurance Young Peoples New Year Eve I 1956 FORD V-8

Christmas tree. ties. The young people made the I posed of wedding: bells and I I cecar tree was centered in the entertained his staf at a dinner 1

1. i iI trip in a bus driven by Mrs. Nel-! yti earners. The lace covered refreshment front picture window and decorated part last Saturday evening at PICKUP
I
$550
Garden Club Plans : Pan Green and enjoyed a picnic: table was centered I I with colored balls and lights. I the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Program : -

lunch on the grounds. with a punch bowl flanked by A pair of pink angels stood on a Smith. The nine guests enjoyed a !

Monday MeetingThe I ,, white candles in silver holders. I cloud of angel hair on one end ofII charcoal steak dinner after which
'Members: of the First Methodist -. I
i al I i I Appropriate games were played I II the stereo cabinet and was balan- gifts were exchanged.Mr. i GueJt 1954 FORD V-8
Chancel l Choir ROY JULJAW
Starke Garden Club will enjoyed Speaker
: d with large crystal goblet I
the a
j i during evening: and prizes i I(.t It
meet Monday evenirc. Her. 28. at Christmas'; party in Fellowship I i J: were awarded to the winners. Containing pink and purple Christ- and Mrs. S. E. Simmons t FORDOR $295
7:30 o'clock in the Par-i: Hall after choir rehearsal last' i FRANK EIFER T Leader
Episcopal Song
: About 40 guests attended this i I mas balls on the other end. Othe- were hosts to employee of Koch's I

i h House. j Thursday night. delightful! affair. I arrangements of pink and purple Drug Store and their husbands,

Mrs. A. Russell Norman pro-' 1 were used at vantage points. SPECIAL MUSIC I
wives, and dates at a buffet dinner NEW
gram chairman will present a WSCS BreakfastFor Mrs. Charley E. Johns and :Mrs.1 The manger scene centered on party in the Garden Restaurant

program on "A Flower For The' I W. B. Mundy entertained at a the buffet in the dining room was

Lady." College Students I lovely buffet luncheon Wednesdayof :ipnked: by two red-feathered angels I gifts Sunday was evening.enjoyed An after exchangeI the FOOD r FORDFAIRLANE

Hostesses will be Mis.' O. K.: last week for :Miss Moore. I and tall burning red tapers.I dinner.
Mrs. M. F. :Mis.I The Methodist WSCS will en- Pink and white buffet )I I
Crosby. Hazen. Christmas decorations 'The 20 guests were served I SKITSCOl'
H. A. Lawson, and :Mis. Gail leitain the Methodist college students -', in artistic arrangements II style from the dining table which i *

llathtws. at a breakfast in Fellow!. were used to advantage in decorating ,I was covered with a red linen cloth.j icrs II i Community State Bank direct-

I ship Hall on Sunday morning at J the Johns home for the,I Centering the table was a rota-i employees, their wives and TY WIDE YOUTH RALLY FOR

CARD OF THANKS I|, 8:45: o'clock.The I occasion. The buffet table in the piiig.!1 :; musical candelabra which j husbands enjoyed a steak dinner

May we take this method of college students will be in, dining room was centered with aI played I!r "Jingle Bells' as it turn- !j and annual Christmas party at 7:30 P.M. ..- DEC. 31
the Garden
;R thanking our neighbors and'' charge of the Sunday morning i arrangement of pink carnation.si,II td. A wreath of holly was placed j restaurant Wednesday j :
J evening. Christmas bonuses for
lends for their kind expressions service for College Student Recognition -j and white leather I leaf fern, flanked -';3 t the base of the candelabra. All $1990With
}>if sympathy in our bereavement. Day. ( by a silver candelabra with appointments! and serving pieces i' the staff were distributed earlier
i in the month. I FIRST BAPTIST
'lese expressions have been deep-' All Methodist college studentsare i five pink tapers. The five dining j''on the table were of silver i I I' _____ I Church. StarkeI

1 y appreciated. Valentine Ru- cordially invited to attend. tables were centf'rt'dith nosegays .I| The five card tables were placed I The employees of Olens De-
lioiph and Mrs. L. Erhard. I Ii I
in the living room and family No
made
i of pink .florets and 1:j !j ipartment store and their hus- I --=- Payments

\ .. 'I pink tulle. room. Each was covered with aJ <, :oands were entertained at a =' -= --
3 : i IF1--! ,. ,. 11' The hostesses were assisted bv t white cloth and centered with two j j
.. ....;.,,. ii+-"" .?-''''''- I Christmas dinner party in the Until
Feb.
: .. "-x,: S .. : :. I :Mrs. Steve Simmons Mrs. P. C.[!lighted! green tapers. Guests were!Garden Restaurant last Saturday I I 1960
\ : .. -f.--J presented with favor place cards [
_
Felos and :Mrs. Hollis Knight. |
After the 11
.,..:. '1 i ..$. Irr -- I', The bride-elect was presented IJoi I'I miniature Santa Clauses,angels, i j I guests jsvening.exchanged dinner gifts. MERRY CHRISTMAS

.....'.'''l' :. ;' .. with a place setting in her chosen I Iand carolers. -
; : --.. : "r-:" silver I Following dinner four progres-
: ;1'i"! pattern from her hostessesas Employees of the Florida.Bank *
.. <. ; .t ).... a memento of the I sons: of bridge were played and
.
A'f r' -! occasion. at Starke enjoyed a Christmas
t l ,, ). : :high! and low prizes awarded. AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR
.... dinner party in the Pecan Room I
t.. --'!it'' ...-" :Miss Moore was feted at miscellaneous -j'I Stereo music was enjoyed, ,
r )f the Garden Restaurant
r.. Tuesday -
i : .
: j shower Monday'ening i throughout the evening. .
t
r at the Doyle Eubanks home, 766 The hostesses were assisted by I II evening. Included in the party
j II were the staff husbands wives or ALSO A WIDESELECTION
N. Thompson street. Hostesseswere Mrs Fred Snell in caring for their I TO ALL!
t. A CHRISTMAS GIFTSUGGESTION II I dates.:
1 Mrs. Eubanks, Mrs. Earl 1 j guests. !I I Following the dinner gifts were I
Searing. Mrs. R. R. '
Andrews.

a,. Mrs. Fate Brown and :Mrs. Tyler;!i I Piano Students I I exchanged"were given and a Christmas the staff bonus.members II' To Most People, Tires Are Black

Jones. -i
Christmas !Of Miss Stern I I and Round
decorations
were, The annual Christmas dinner Of
I used to decorate the party rooms party for the staff of Radio $ta-
Are Entertained I II
; for the occasion with poinsettia I I'Lion WRGR I SEE "PAPPY" RAULSTONAND
airN t E I I was held at the Gari -
I I GUARANTEEDUSED
and holly predominating. The refreshment -1 Miss Louise Stern entertained,i j den restaurant last Friday evening -
1 i table was covered witha GET THE FACTS
her piano students at a Christmas: nr ABOUT
lace cloth and centered with
2r a
) party last Friday evening at her:
fC i gold and white Christmas arrangement CARSAT
.|! home. I Ij Dinner-Bridge Party i
!
I composed of pine
!j The 30 students enjoyed games' DUNLOP TIRES

i I candles.burrs magnolia The dainty leaves cakes and gold' ejand,I j and contests during the evening'jAt! Outlaw Home OF QUALITYNQTICE STARKE'S OLDEST

Janice Vickers and Steviel I
:
Ab ; decorated with white !
wedding Saturday.Evening
I Denmark won prizes. After the AND RELIABLE USED
:! bells and clusters] of green leaves.' I ,
.
I I ringing of Carols gifts were ex I
Around the punch bowl was an Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen and CAR DEALER
I changed. Refreshments of ,
-
.
j punch -
arrangement of poinsettia; and, i Mr. and .Mrs. Lavern Outlaw en-
i. I cake and cookies were nerved' .
'Itertainrt'
Folly leaves. at a delightful buffet
: from an attractively appointed' ,
kS Mrs. Eubanks greeted guests at dinner and bridge party last Satintday -
table which was overlaid with a.' We Will Be Closed From Noon Dec.
I evening .at the Outlaw *
the door and presented them to:
: dark linen cloth'and
green center-1!
the receiving line composed of |home. .
Through Jan. for Vacation.
: t''ith a pale blue Christmas| 1,1960
Mrs.:: O. 1':. Xorman. mother of the'' I1! Christmas decoration were used i "

bridegroom-elect, Miss Moore an'itiee I,j decorated with green ChristI -]i to advantage in decorating for the l We Will Reopen for Business on
mas balls. This was flanked by''
her mother, Mrs. Cornelius Moore i occasion... The buffet table was NQEGEI'SAUTO
:I dark green candles in silver hold-; overlaid"'with Wednesday Jan. 2 ]960.There's .
I Mrs. Fate Brown presided at the ers. "j i a Christmas cloth ,

'punch bowl and Mrs. J. C. Simmons ; and centered with a large silver
Iamp Miss! Stern was assisted by her
assisted in sen-ing. ( lazy susan. At one end of theI
Nel/111 I mother, Mrs. \V. A. Stern.
The hostesses presented the I table was an attractive Christmas

...famous slippers that bride-elect with the vegetablei I arrangement and at the other end A Sale Every Day

ore the ideal gift. Easy, (light i i dish to her chosen china pattern:;! Lions Entertain was a silver candelabra with t -

and comfortable,you'll be suw ; as a memento of the occasion I burning white tapers. The five

4.98 to please Dad.Mony ttylM t* j Approximately 50 guests called!I''At Ladies Night dining tables where the guests At

choose from. I during the appointed hours, seven were seated were ovrlaid with red '
I to nine o'clock. The Lions Club' Ladies Night was were seated were overlaid with red SALES I

well attended last Thursday night t i candles held by Santas. Green
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when about 30 persons enjoyed a 1 napkins were used.

buffet dinner sang Christmas i After dinner, several progressions STARKE RECAP CO.

I TIlE RIGHT POINT for wit carols and exchanged comic .of bridge were played and 1021 N. Temple Ave

Christmas gifts at the Lions Den. awarded.
prizes were "WHERE
write. In and BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED"
way you Come I&- Phone WO 46461I
The next Lions meeting will beheld The hostesses were assisted by

lest your favorite ESTERBROOB Jan. 7, at 7:30 p. m. in the Miss Mary Brownlee of Baltimore

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ol plastic mulch in the next issue 1'\l.. Kill HID 1 1VI
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editorial iI ol Progressive Farmer. It is based ..: ..r lf..rd t'''< nt>. Florida
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on the experimental planting by s a ill !r"'itr -rait I I.. '.. "n the mormnjr "f lanuxry; 1'1 j r -
I I,, Lr ton Morgan Jr. and should be & 1r\\ ?-.". m the ,',.urtrpom. in tlw {|
of interest to berry growers. 'u-th.ue. fur Klet-t, lnuran (>n Just ')
:i'i t'...""m; whaler. j naturally
Ten Commandments For Christmas -. bectte1j
m Z :s 1')11 III Liability. Kir- Theft And t ti '
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li' '! is: onn i It--d' on: I
The price of gum has risen; and to 1 I I'1': :;: Int. Trutk. & I..w H'-rj I }
1. Thou shalt not leave Christ out of Christmas, mak- one !producer got $33* barrel, ac- !r" ',1.r 4l".".I in trjn"|>-rtinjr; I Ii '

ing it "X." To most minds "X" stands not for Christ, but coidmg to Don Champion. ilr lind Mrs Thomas I. Alderman *._":";:.;..'.ni'cHI.nl .. I-::-t. ('urn.ntalut'. r for heating homes]!

for algebraic unknown. j) of 3510 Gill Stieet. Oial.i.announcfe '. i I. |I"i"1"O'.nn..1):(, t'"
2. Thou shalt not value thy gifts by their cot, for many See where the forest productsmdu.'ito' the arrival of a daughter. is::,Oq I --

shall signify love that is more blessed and beautiful than in Florida is non in second Vcn s Ann. on Dec. 10. :, ...i 193'!r":;,. F.'r'l 11.ItIJinl'::-T din..n)lump I:,,.t. Current Trurksi' i! r

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silver and gold. place in the state's economy.It The m, emal grandmother is 1-.lnr: S Lt'." .:a. h. II i ir
1'::;>1 1..0<11: I'id.1' Trurktrh.'trtrl < I : \
3. Thou shalt give thyself with thy gifts. Thy love, has passed the citrus industry.' Mrs. Johri F. Warne of Gainesville 1.-1',.<1 for "I'rain m>- ,i i :' \

thy personality, and thy service shall increase the value ofthy ,' and is now second only to tourism. and the paternal grandpartnts ,""niilt>.-.> Kst ('urr..nt'alll, !' $1.I-I i

J gift an hundredfold and he that receiveth it shall trea- are Zit\ and Mrs. T. J. Alderman ": i"ti.. t''r,1Tnn Dump Trttrks
1-1 fur hauling dirt ":-'. ('urre : natural
sure it fore\er. Ae we start our 11th year here Sr. of. ampton. \'..'u" t.:.:!."<...... .a'h. 'A"
4. Thou :shalt:; not let Santa Claus take the place of in Br.idfoid County it's a real .-,n Inn 111 l..iahihn'Ir... _\rt +mty On'
Jesus: Christ lest Christmas become a fairy tale rather thana pleasure to wish each and everyone Mr and A'\\S. James Lee Hethtnrgton I 1 I-;; I'''rd IV'k t> Trark fTrr-
sublime reality in the spiritual realm. of you: a very Merry Christmas of \\eystone Heights an- .. in !. \1"1":1": (*.'ntr l). r"Trirnni
Vahif S": ''''.0i>
5. 'i huu shalt not burden thy .servant. The shop girl and a Happy New Year.Handel's nounce the birth of a daughter. 1 F.rtJ II Ton fr"a"! Trurk
Holly Lee. <\ December 17 in +rwd l at Tari'.bs point for grea'ir. -'
the mail carrier and the merchant. shall have thy consideration. equipment r..r (','untyt It.. gas
MessiahTo Bradford CouiVy: Hospital.Mr. .
1''t; rent Value. ffI./III.: :;
and Mrs* Henry Bus&ey of Thehi.. 1.... are n--.- 6. Thou shalt not neglect thy church. Its Christmas Be BroadcastChristmas i'" r.tv. and| would !.? tlatwd as'i '
Foil White anrtmme
|' the birth of ,within a ".11 mil.- radius 4. .
:services are planned to help spiritualize the Christmas season a son. Timothy\Lynn on Dec 16 -.\>!ual information nay !>. ,. .ta
EveA miHiuIr5 by tjllin.: they ..
and thy friends. clit .lml ;
for thee thy family, m Doctors Hos* 1. r
!j.'l 'iK l ->r ( ir. uit 1'ourt.
7. Thou shalt not neglect the needy. Let thy bountiful Christmas season broadcast I T!>' l:">ard rf,...rs the riplit torrr'i '
}be shared with the who will go hungry and I any and all I.hls.t 1
blessings many of Handel's famous oratorio t .:.\ ., \
cold unless thou art generous at Christmas. .Messiah.:' will be featured at 7 WOODSFIRES\ I! <'n.vr.i.Ks A. \KIV.I2-2I) et.E1r:t I31: Keeps you warm .

8. Thou shall be as a little child. Christmas is the pm. on Christmas Eve when radio ,

day of the Christ Child ; not until thou hast become in spiritas station \\RGR presents this ;.mined Two woods were lepoitet flies, \vith!} by 2.6 the acres Forest I guards your health. saves you money. '.

enter the Kingdom of )beautiful music for its listening vi.i. FOII urn
a little child art thou ready to j Service during the past week. <
audience. Tlt- IHMD +'f County rrmnis- and you never run out of fuel !
Heaven. I, Fcrsons planning cVmtiol burn .*.. .Kh ri.la.nil' .
For the 25th (consecutive *'.i>.r>- rof Bradford unty.
shalt thy soul for Christmas. Verily, ; year. are asked to notify Forest
9. Thou prepare: I, immortal classic will be \\he itinx- -al.- this presEnted ,Station I IWO4-2721I m advance America's most popular home heating fuel is here-ready to
most of us sptncl much time and money getting gifts ready, nationwide on radio by the .1.H'1.I .. i.n the in..nunr: t f January (

but few seconds: in preparing: : our souls. Messiah Choir of Independence.Mo. >o that the necessary. pircautions ;.. "tti n. in the (',.urIN"'m. in tlw protect your family against this winter's chills!
Let nay be taken during his dry. ...Irt h..,,.,.. for all Nafuel and
10. Thou shalt give thy heart to Christ. thy : with natural eliminates all
; The performance is piesentea windy weather.Fires k..'..>M-ii< tn I... "ni>i>Tit.l to the Heating gas
Christmas list have Christ at the ton and thy heart as the'gift. as a Christmas gift by The reported !since J. 1, 37; S"..t" tliiiiiw. ..::nltnral buifdin.l ;.::. worries about fuel shortages, sudden t

; In so doing thou art as the Wise Men of old and.ver- Reorganized Chun-h of Jesus acres burned 1927.Flies is< ;iitli i lunt' and onntr jail
.. ... changes, re-ordering, and big heating
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ily, thou shalt find thyself born again on Christmas Day. Christ of Latter Day Saints. reported during te same Thf bid hall I" ni.ulf J mn.h
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The 33 instrumentalists IN ."" ili> rr\jilitiR| ;.: retail prixTh' bills. That's because it's delivered .
Exchange. I'l'riod last year 102: acres burned. r..ir rx-rKt-H the right t.>
accompany the choir are selected I 615.6.. :\ |J' I rfll.III.1 i .lit I'l.l-. automatically (underground so it's "h--

I largely from members of the Kansas Only .3 inches of rain f.itcoided .' was .a\I.: > .
i i fliarltv .\. I+arbr. 1'Irrk.l storm-proof) to your home. and : t
City Philharmonic in the ex- ,i during the past vv, k. I 1:1: I; zu: :t
i act pattern of the original Handel '. :"_ you pay only for the-amountyou use. "
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THE BRADfortD COUNT TELEGRAPH .
hestra tion. > Natural gas heating units range

6 .....K....'.. OI.IIHT WFKKI.Yrr.K \FW-. : from compact, one-room models :, .

7 Herb Thomas First The Newt Scr/pto i to large ones that will heat :
; ; riKiixtiF.n; COMIMUSLTCST. : : I

a1 1879 Gallon DonorAt I your whole house. f.SEE s '
a TM>KR: THE SMK M.%''TI1RAD.. : ;
Line Ball Pens
Business .
r.'"..... .:ark 1....... Hud Kntrrrd .. S r..d ('!... Matter i i.t Blood BankHerb #:. aO '" YOUR
the Vail Of rice a. tarkr., FU. ....r Act .( Mar. .. 197V.! .
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Thomas of Starke became .t-.
I! the first to donate and Refills "'&' \
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y a gallon of blood to the Bradford > ... h

I II II I Farmer's Diary l! ?nd County was presented Hospital the blood Gallon bank FOR Al.[. BUSINESS WHITING; I I R

Donor award by S. K Sparks. :
I By Sam McGarveyMe
chairman of the hospital board of w _
25c eachREF1LLABLE
I dnectois The pin was given by only q

I woods now? The maples are the Jacksonville Blood Bank in !

I / rticuiarl} pretty and they can I i cooperationith the Bradford f r

I ot easily identified as they are
I II II II II he i only ifve-pomted leaves that County Mr Thomas Blood Bank.has donated the !

I MOW in an opposite pattern on ., blood over a period of time since I 5, NKrx
I tne tv..gs. I I I \ '
S. the hospital opened. I
I Refills lOc
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The cold wave sure knocked the ea.

I btnies back. Talked to one grower -i Hope Baptist Church

who said the temperature got :
"What are you Yankees doing I BLUE I
down. to 21 at his plat f and that:Lists Services
trill to change our names for
H set the plants back quite a bit. *
things down here?-" Walter Wil- Sunday: School. 10 a.m. Morning BLACK '4.

kifon asked the other day. speak- t. F .
Tried to get pictures of some Worship llam. sermon topIC KED _
me of our reference to the little _
fine hops: out at the farm of J. O. : "Buy L'p Your Oppottunitie- !
red-berried trees as Yaupon or Bass Jr. on the Keystone road a: message with the New Year in VINE MEDIUM: : POINTS I, _,
Christmas berry Walter said it is ,
I 'it'w. Union. 6.30
Tianins p.m.
Saturday; They were pretty hogs
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called the "Sema. .berry. j I iipi'iteied; Landrace gilts weighing Evening Worship. 7:30: p.m. Seriesof

more than 400 Ibs. and only one messages' on the Book of Rev The most economical j
So Friday when talking to C. :
year old that Mr. Bass bought elation. Topic: "Christ Coming for
H I IHuxl I Coulter. Florida State t
from Marvin Rosier. Well we His Church" .
Forester we asked him. and he' devised. 4
I chased those doggone hogs allover Wednesday. 7:30: p.m. I'ravrr writing ever S
said the holly is the Ilex Vomlto-
the pen. and still couldn't geta :Meeting with choir rehearsal fol-
ria or the Yaupon We have an""
good picture. After four lowing.
idea the "senia" is a local derivation : years I ;:..
I of taking farm pictures, were Church located seven' miles
of the Ilex Ca$.<;ine. another '
'come to the conclusion that ham- south of Starke on Route 100 I
holly sometimes called the Da- ;
: new hog pictures are the only Rev. Samuel S. Cuthbert. pastor. COUNTYI
hoon. BRADFORD 1
I jnes readily available.. t
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By the way. Coulter wanted toj i l I. 4 ;
Alice has had to resign her job
be remembered to his friends around I
hcie. for he first started in. with The Telegraph because of ft TELEGRAPH : 1rrw&s II
illness I asthma 1 and is now at : _'
forestry work right here in Stake WHEN
nome recuperating. She certainly I II II II II iI _
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in 1928. j .
jj I misses all the friends she mad __
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while working with the paper. .
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We !cot together with Mr. Coul- .

tcr along with Mrs. J. C. Sapp At the same time. Sam had a lot YOU I I I .' .
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George Huggins and Don Cham- of trouble with his teeth. so he I I : .
pion to get a picture of another' finally got a hunk of string and

rccoid-bi caking pine seedling FosI( pulled 'rut a couple and he is feel-

ter Shi Smith has in his oneyearold ing better but he looks like Toothless NEED .

planting near Melrose. Thuevdlins > Tommie. I i '. .
.- measures 60 inches and 'S I, I II .i. f Check these big natural gas IJ

Mr. Coulter said it is the fastest Tobacco farmers will be busy I

?growing seedling he has seen in di.ring the holiday week plantingetd MONEYLOANS IA heating advantages !" J

nis 31 Scars in the forestry business i-I'' Most of them have_the beds /-.

i fumigated now and all ready to I < '' i
r-' 1r

And speaking of trees have you I plant.'S. NEXT GAS 1 I

noticed the beautiful colors out in Watch for an article on the use SEE US -

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tVElY

YOU CAN GET YOURCALENDARS. i I I II I r J Jr


I S FAST... COMPLETELY I FULL AIR C1RCDLAT13N j LESS HOUSE CIEAXNC!

FLEXIBLE. Instant heat ;, Natural gas provides Natural gas bums opcompletely. I

I hotter flame far I even heat in every cor I no soot .

I II II Sudden cold snaps. No I ner of the room. No 1 I; or grime tcioil curtains.
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I, UP TO j waste..you can easily' I drafts, no chilly floors.wa0suDholstery.You I II

I ..... adjust up or down with I I save cleaning- bills!
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f ;reassuring: it is know that whatever the distance II '-:;:',
DESK WALL PICTORIAL F r "Folks Find Us ,I to How the next service station to joull make it with plenty of I C] ff :

Friendly" fuel to spare using Cities Service Super 5-D! New Super I

AT I S-D is the longest mileage gasolene jou can buy..not RO GUMMY CLOCKED I NO UNEXPECTED NICE t C.;. IE COMIINEO WIT*

but also because CHARGE, Prices don't I AIR: CONDmOXINC. For
LOCAL FINANCE : only because of its new super octane, IBWIS. clean blue t
i q I I fluctuate with the i -'rouad comfort
it actually contains: the best of every other gasolene Im.vrov'ement flame! burns with no year

I made or known! A tankful of Super SoD I waste er odor. Units weather or demand. I throughout yuurhome,

H. C. WALL AGENCY I COMPANY i I is a tankful jet of confidence! Come in and try it this week.; last twice, as long K II There are "hidden" natural gasheating and
ether types. ,. costs; you pay only for I air conditioning! ants

'"'-_ J the fuel you've used. I are Ivalla I!. ,

200 EAST CALL STREET 116 N. Walnut Street a....,. -
SILCOX
((2 Doors From Post Office) .

Please Come For Yours PHONES
By

WO 1-0101 and WO 4-0111 CITIES! SERVICE STARKE MUNICIPAL GAS SYSTEM

;i Mrs. Marguerite Halt )IJI'. .

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nmning stop signs passing whilt ., .
Patrol
Highway Rites Saturdayr ue. ml s'i "j\ ;l. .r. '
It's Time For Dessert .i.' Tn -nn .\ Yawn. '
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Asks Extra Caution meeting on-commg traffic, 01: For Mrs. Morris High Eggnog I', ... !i. \ l arl.y, Clr of thr au...::.., shoos "d"rr" ,1 plaint if;" '.' K. tea.
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ut.herehicles.. -
'J roust Post OfficeJ'ark ['raw..t i!1 : .- ; IT :
:, 3IoLru\ T. Crosby D-putjr *. Florida.
During HolidaysA Please observe all traffic signal At Fernandez Homee .
:s ;,; "n r h.-fi.i> ad fair. IIf' r '+t.irrl. --- _. .
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given you. Let's all observe th. .
l the 1>5I Knlrs of Oril rro, ..-
plea to motorists for extra Mrs. Alice Fernandez Morris
common courtesy rules in drivinald .
l1rr.it'w.rl. ,. .hnIf
RmdfvrdCa Cea.t yon fail t" An st. a dr r
caution during the long holiday live to enjoy the comin!\; died Wednesday morning in Wash- t .';...1.1:1: '. /'lanes.. ,, I''',. t+.nfrs' > will b* rntrrrd against WILLIAMSJEWELRY
I II Nn iz-61: I :you for the relief
[ demanded in th--
iiisrton. D. C. after lingering .
a
vtekend holidays, the Trooper concluded :
issued .
was yesterday by -n t""Inflr't.!! ":.n;< tiint.U
Cpl. Carlos Musgrove of the Florida ,;;;ness. Uobrt T. ("onkHn.ff'ndant.! r' hereby Ordered that this "'.

I Highway Patrol. Church BasketballA Besides har husband. Robert E. f.., Afiwrtr i,.i''dry. sod. Notiif; shall l..- pul.Iish.
I i; i : T. 'VnM'n who' rrI1 >rre -a h week rnt font r,>n"" Miti\f
"Due Morris, she is survived by two b+ qy argil l address i" Hamilton. N.v arrAs in the HradfiTd foamy TrLFf.yh. l -
to the approaching Christi i WATCHES DIAMONDS

mas and New Year holidays we I meeting to complete organization i j. step-children all of Downey. v,." artherely notified that a :'r'ui'"r,1 a ."nra'spaprr. Kl.-rnla published and hayIng inHimy. .
: Caiif. her mother. Mrs. Eva Fern- ... ,. REPAIRSAll
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of a church basketball lea_ b .n Ih wre has Lehr filed a. : a ,:; frrntralirrnlati' in Mid
urge all traveling motorists to ardez of Staike: and one sister. c tea "".!I in the .,1.\to named i, '' 'itnjyVtiM, Work GuaranteedA.
will be held in the Scon rr't .. .
gue Boy l ( tr a -1'''''' to I>.rn' \ : s my hand as Clerk ..f said
use ext eme caution and Mrs. John P. Simpson of Wash- C. Williams
courtesy .
a of : 'ir.-uit
plf'a tim Court
Hut on Pratt Street play rounc(I copy your answer or < : and the seal of said !
:.--gton, D. C. 4 the .ml"aint on the Plaintiff* 4', nrt at Stark Bradford
while 'onnt\.
driving. All! moingiola- at 7:30: p.m. Tuesday. Doc. 29. 1r. .nY-n. } t: I.. t....rrm"... $tarh ,. Florida! this lath: day ..r I' *"mh-r., I 142 W. Call St.
tions will be strictly enforced regardless uneral services wih be held .. ...I"I.i.I. and file the :-HKinaT: : in the l I':;" Starke Fla.
Benner states that four 'church ,
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S.turday mormngfat 10 o'clock in reu SKXI. I
of how small or how : .. .... .. .
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"n .f..r. Ih. !1'1 of riixni.Ks Roberts
t : \ njuinv.I Formerly Jewelry
have alieady expressed interest; i iienteiing n'the: '' home of Mrs. Fernandez with 'w .
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great they may be Musgrove said. r fe January! lI; othernithe allejcaon i I Merk of he ,'Ir'un rourt

Motorists are especially cautioned -,, teims in the league. Al II I ;lf\. R. MacBlain: of St. Marks t of said'. dfniilaint will l.. tak-; j. radfi.rd f.unTTs :\ ""' "nda.
t ''' ':0:<,1 hU'II.: : r.n A Taun J>
about passing on curves in i persons interested are urged ti 0[ Episcopal Church officiating. ft ,l..- notice shall Ne p MNd: on-- j f-- -
Burial will be in Crosby LakeJemetery !, *.- ,, ". -
no r. for > <- one'"itiv '
passing at attend the .
zones intersections. Tuesday meeting.
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under the direction of :-j.i, I'n 1:. : th I'radfTd County Tcl- fI I when you needRELIABLE

: LYWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. ';t'i; tin lath day of iv,'"m >.>r.ri .
That's Our Business f y'y
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If It's Class; We Have It Midnight ServiceAt I'.
I i I I '. t '"on't GAS SERVICETHINK
CALL WRITE or VISIT y., Aiariar. K Cro b>'. Deputy
St. Mark'sThe I (1..rk


r Joe Peters Glass Co. traditional Christmas Eve .. I.n 'r.. Clrrnil fnnrt Of The Ii:4tIT eighthJudicial ; OF SLADE, GAS

Midnight ser.icewill be held in irrull Of Florida In tad
Pot Hrndfnrd f...ty. !. I'bant.rrCase ,
FOR ANY GLASS NEED St. Mark's Episcopal Church on
J2-X3J TANKS FROM' 5 GALLONS TO 1,000 OR UV-
We Design Modern Store Fronts"! i Dec. 24 starting at 11:30 p. m. During the holiday season when eggnog is featured by local S.iit To Quiet Title .i iI i
: beverage the custard base of : 1led: .!i-:=h and h.:. wife Mar- '
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Christmas carols, a celebration of dairies use the milk and egg-rich as a'.1 I' Keitdisb. PU muffs. \i PHONE WO 4-3551
Holy Communion and sermon I a decorative fruit dessert. ,
a Tr'm.s J. TSurrm. et al. DefenUnrrto' -
Table Tops by. the Rector will be presented. i This party mold so delicate of texture and lofty of height; only .E..:,. .

1313 N.W. 4lh PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-1353 '1 public is invited to attend I requires the blending of four ingredients: bottled eggnog, unflavored -. or .ubli..tionlId Xotir.-
tie .
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canned fruit cocktail and heavy Unflavored
gelatine cream. -
-. this service. i gelatine gives the mold its beauty of design and protectsthe .1-1 In t.th: name ',f the Plate flf Flori.Vitii COLD WEATHER A H E AD.

- .. light airy texture. .
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The dessert can lx- chilled in a spring form pan lined with ladyfinger :: I'M.t (Nfier I've 61,1. Port itue-

[:. f cookies or it can be chilled in individual serving dishes. nt-iiH- California and' to I>' naJ" T.
; McKay. Thomas J. IMs m. Elizabeth
-.t-; Picot.. also known as J. ":. DiTon t
It." Put Eggnog, : Fruit Chiffon Th".'ii!' J. Unrrin. Jeanette E !Ptirtin. ..#'!..Sx.troFUEl< OIL
I 12 lady fingers: 24 cups commercially J, P MrCnlly: John A. graham
2 envelopes unflavored prepared eggnog .f. I. at"... also known as Jam"s
t; t gelatine lit teaspoon salt I. (:airs: Kitti. M. ales Samn.-1
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tans J. tt. 11.-J..mort' :Susie" n I
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t fruit 2 vanilla
1 can ((29 ounces) teaspoons
);. [ .
.I..nort' John .
IL Karl. Jr. lienstaff I
/f. cocktail 1 cup heavy cream whipped n. Earl John c'. ":,1i.-: Thornj II j
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r C/ Split; lady fingers: rut off one end to stand upright and place ;'- \\'. f'.U: : rhafies' KoWrtl q t r WE ARE AS CI.OSES YOUIJ
around sides of an 8-mch s-prms-form;:: pan. Drain fruit cocktail; lrJ D 3fi'!*.. Vyta D. MilltrI
:ivid A. Floyd. Relic .\, Floyd.
'frrr measure 1 cup of the s .rup. :Sprinkle gelatine on syrup in sauce- ..1"01"h"nnan Irvin BVhit
to soften. Place over low heat stirring constantly, until gelatine : '
pan fff. ass" Known a<"= Krxin I'. \VDiiifv. I.
+ is! dissolved. Remove from heat; add eggnog salt and vanilla. I : James II. Ko."". also known a>

f r r in Chill until mixture mounds slightly::: when dropped from a spoon. .tams. II Fan!". Lillian! W Ko.tkn "'" for Quick
y-_ Fold in 2 (cup of the drained fruit cocktail; fold whipped cream. nnntt. : K. C. Hill: P R Service

F Turn into prepared pan: chill until firm.To unmold, release spring E.I",,; ;.rds, ; G.ors S. Ilaxler. dome I&F
f lti T.' s S.
t av George liixt-r Ait' ,
1 1 your and remove sides remold carefully. Garnish with additional whipped I ."n.ianjV, I* Horn: F J Pn<- ,
: i.r r ) cream and remaining fruit cocktail. Yield: 12 servings.: rot i.nd K 1di. i'. ':rm'l<. and aPl 1
t I "'rw>n" iKiiminc any mt"r.-,,i h\ .
life 'lliro.i,.:h. under or against them "r '.
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j' I sofas of, them in or to the foilonrc DIAL
FAITH BAPTIST CIUJRCU : lind" situate in Bra Presbyterian Church t"-\vit:
La\vtey ', I" Tn.Ve Half of Lot 4 n. and
.. .. v ,-, 1 all of I..,.M. 41. 42. .".:.. .'.* .on ,\ wi.ththek A. K. Maswy.; Pastor Sunday Church School 9:45: i '\:-.nh H.Iff l I..t.! :.: and is of f vr1

_'. '>'-: : Bible school II) a. m. :, a. m. Morning Worship U a. m.,, i I 1 f n-tit-n" T., Ihr 1? \Voodlavtn pat or snap acc th.,t.rd-...t

,;: Preaching, 11 "-'jest speaker. Dr. F. P. Montgomjeiy. ..t."rint< hr ,.......,... in the 'Oh-
a. m.
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;, I Youth I r.-cord. of Pri.lf'T <"tMtnivFl.rida : ; F REGISTER & SON
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: Fellowship. 6
p. m.
I .V.:71' Evening Service, :30 p m in Pat! o..k I. at Page
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; Evening .
t. Worship. 7:30 pm.., 7. r'il nh-"n:: the Si-nth 1Ifffof
I. .... /. I960 Bible Study and
; \ ; Player Meet ; "Lessons in the Nnrthurst Quarter X.o' \\'
Prayer the
a.I ; Postu
I ... _:" ;;'.'" \\' 'V' .- v' '. trig 7:30 pm.eonesday.. I fof Prayer." > .. theionthn 1 .-..t Jiu. t'r i
I -\\ I.I. thVst II.." ..f Ih.-1 GULF OIL PRODUCTS
: : '> / .' Radio prcgram 8 to 8.30 a.1| Wednesday -Mid-Week Prayer.1, thn.t ijturlrr < X\V'it ot
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l ,' f ;h<- Northsrs Quarter IX\\" ', '
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-, ">.YTirtt:: TI. each Sunday over station Service 7:30 .
( : r.. ', MAGIC CHEF i p. m. ; "'i. Smthn.sl ttaarirr iS\V- j I
.,. r:,. :'.";?:-' ,VRGr' Starke. Thursday Communicants '. t. the North Half .>f th,- :,.ulh- I'

,..., ... r.' h.."... .*.ai., '. '. "". )f' I I ( Class. \.iSt Jnarir 1SC',1 of the !,
w--. .. :;II.It"'t Quarter <:-'\\"'i I. and'! GET YOUR CHRISTMAS
"..... ..< 1; ,t. i it Friday Choir Practice. the North Half of the Smith Hall i
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..f-. > ..... .." .l':" t..t': : ..,. ': ., ':: GAS RANGE! !PARK THEATRE ...f' HiSi'titlin the SnuthwM y Quarter I'

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GOD .
'.' ;.1""I'0 .. .f :O"II"n i t*, Township .". S"iith.
r I Sunday School, 10 a.n.. Morn 1:11 "bastIrITIG ::

II I SATURDAY. JAN. 2 ng Worship, n a. m. Sunda ; Y'm are h..:-ebv n..- MONEY M! !
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j lit. tl that A vim in >Miiithas Incn
,. !'ld/r. I Il LATE SHOW Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE I!! r..iplii nvaillM"ii and rare ofI I
Ilgir CJff.fil hoppinJ
!you gn (tit fl Service Wednesday. 7-45 p. m I t \i. .and al**. :&"Min i lr.lf..r" I

N ri'l'l' .jmit Dml on thcj'tirirutt! fwd ihv life( tion like! I I, Prayer Meeting Friday 7:45 p. m 1 t tJmVAY .ih iinTv... >tB.tr a..f|1"Fl>itn-al"rwls5. siilxliMMon II" dr.ndant*>>f.

., The lH>it Mciyir Chf /,*, /th .' mC ki"g tnnicr coiiirol./ .. CIIAJ'KL ; ),! .KI-t <-'. i Kf:<-ddih<.l'li.-h.and plaintiffs his wife.in Marf.ar th.we -- I. I

NOT UXE OtKtR STAGE SHOWS ..| .nl..1! | t*."rt and can" that I[
FIRST TIME H2SEI! ASSKMBLV OF GOD the n-nef sought: in said suit I. to'' II
I G. }I. Osborae, Pastor r. ,u.-t. .I..j"l .'r..", and! t" ']"!..? '
T!.'- new .:\>a ic Control Ct'nh'r ..__ j I -.Id .nfirm the plaintiffs Ittl4 t..

tVUll4nr: :, all{ ,\''''} et'rtrtit / ___ _" -t -- i Sunday scnool, 10 .. m. MornIng the .iliote dt-srnbett lands at'! an
1 Worship 11 a. m. Evangel lixl- rr.Ibr! fry :simple title thenilljz. I
ir) on- |puacl aloi.; with a ,, tic Service 7:45 : i. 'I tl-.- claims ..f you and each
p. m. Thursdaj of \ou. and to enjoin ..a..h of Sot t
rl )r': of o'.t-n ,- < ; .
;, weekly prayer service. Invitalion I fr rtintr: any tisl: >t. faun( UP TO $600
:"' ; : ratlira,;. __ i "fl.. f 'a ,, !i extended to title or interest in and to an> ..'
") everyone. I the 1..r..ai.1 lands. and > "" at-

Of cuurrv th,: )1a,il: {''tltlal: '.. I 1 .Ierrl.y! to.lIlumnll"1.file your order\\ritt-n. and Argo.r r.-..r I
{! o ....r. uses!! to the ..ompLiint in said, I Cash for Christmas Shopping
CVntcr indUtifl ; >:: f\i.i. FOR nins i
I sassy. in the office of the nndersiirned -
The Board of County Commis i i.I inrs i- .
A .. : .rk of said I'oun at itarkra'Tadfnrd
Mhifit:11ea1 .Monitors' j I Bradford County, Florid Conntr Florida on ir If-
I1 u'ill rt--i\.- 3t-alr l hid at ln:00 4.- r..n. the l. th day .f January: J!1M'.
1 : 'M-k.
OernltadtSiuIl.ibt nn the morning January

rlla\1-\pp1iam'\ (hiiI*-.! 1 \ i'.nrrthousep l, ;0. in the Courtroom* in thV Consolidate Your Small Bills and Be Able
I I' for all
Diesel I Kuelan
BaeI'Iratgt-l l I.: lltir.-; I {I .l Tractor Oil. NNo. Hunter Special !

x- I The. County Kquipmerit all piok I Iitu To Start the New Year Right
--= -" I.J. at the bulk station. 12 Ga. 16 Ga. 20 Ga.
Automajrir; (*.> >kinMajjitrcil ;: f.ttur's. I IJ k ltfli ,I The- l'id shall he made a!' !o inah
410 Ga. Also 22 Shells
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ty -
Itiw the
pr \ailiiur retail SERVICEON
prior nt PUOMIT'' EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS
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1 Trt.nm'..':\t!',- }lurnrs A I ? Drawl I Fuel and Tractor OiL I
I Tl.' 1-v.ard r.'M-r\ev the ALl. REQUESTS
Handy. ('hr! -f iriiMle)) i' : F r.. wet" any and all bid right to ; 10% OFF

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'C'lIhr--.lTlIll..rL"I.Hurlwr.: .. J'' I I i 1'.H4t
IMP mi raw Charles A. Darhy Clerk REST BUY IN TOWN STOP IN OR CALL TODAY!
\ la-pss| Hroilt .... ,._. c..- --- I 4 12 II 2t III4:!
t. See Our Prices Before You
'- ,'.1 WIt\1 Unit, ("JHlrcl '
r .g ('.\1.1. FOR BIDS
!
AUtllnatiC Uvwi! I.i }11iJ2) The nr lard ff County Com mission- I Buy
ers of Bradford TOWN\ FINANCE CO.
-, ? .-.. .. County Florida will IMPERIAL
r -on ralyd] bids at 111:01) o>l lk.. ,
Tut :i /,-"* & tiftltytifttv in yniirkiuhen I the morning of January 4. 13i: >o.n SERVICE STATION

with Magic rf>*-f"s f (. tot rnrtnim. in the Courthouse.r 141V.I Call St. Starke, Fla. i Phone WO 4-9091
d 'Jaw.line and Motor Oil to berurthaoed .I Highway 301 North
new :r..I.ttlr"II ''''::'I'iItlJ'+ thru a service station i i I atttt A
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he hid shall Its l ..
made a* mach
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sculptun panels. !.iow the prevailing retail price of I

bp.n'll 'ITIJlW dour! hahdls.) .. T 1. ':""_1Jr.. land Motor Oil. I

,f;(7.jir e !tiljjn! ..- l hat'npart l. .,... .- -- Sat! t.!'1\.he..service Mddr tire will up also to! be 14110.required: l: t,'I RCA VICTOR'S FALL SPECIAL


M tPt t tlp ',. Girls Hu' Cbt0/td: on The Hoard reserves the right to 1
111I\ than I RiM' Bifart I r -,
;::0 t) r"'luia'ITIt'nts for I iliACA's ., Tour Efts! SKAL' )
harles A. Darby, Clerk
G'l'l! .Star Award. l \ 12 '17 2t 1224 -=-= =: BIG 21-INCH

I 1 t -=- _--
e + .. The '.
Conntr .Iad ;" Court Of
II I'rttdf..rd OoR,.. Florida
1Wr I IX IU-:- Estate I
of Ella F HornNotic *- RCA Victor
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.; t' the! 1WO Mngic Chef Trifatj{ .. 1 I ll ',y deceased.
*- l>f Filing Petition For Final
t t
I p9t ti.har1eor Administrator
1 Tlt t To An Whom It' I
May ('on..rn'.otl.
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-- ht'rf''Ygl1" "n that I haiil.,1 \'"
by final rrtnrns ait artminit TELEVISION

the Month of December for the of the I! .Ilnrnsby''ator of,,deeeawt the 1.estate that I of have Ella filed F !,) Ii'' 7kI ,

During price n,1' petitR'n. for final diwharpe and
tat 1 still apply to the Honorable I!! i Model 210T11C t
Tlioron A. Yawn County Judge of
R Eat Pradfortl County. Florida on JanIIIO.SYERS {
nary ISth IS/ 0. at 111:1111: o'clock ain .

: Range only, you can get I 8RAB GIRLSFROM I e >i .nr final approval discharge of at the administrator same and I !, Now

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of the '.tair ..f Etna F IInrnlhy Only
AUDIENCE! I
TWO CYLINDERS FURNISHED Tr is:' December Ifcth US;
MAT IE
IT
Charles M Schmitt
TOUR Administrator of the f'I'tateof Ella .
INSTALLATION FURNISHED FREE IIRl'o! H<>rn hv. deceased."
12'1T 4t Iii flfl.95


\ Enough GAS for 5 MO. COOKING In 'irrwit ('..rt. Bradford {"....,..
Farrell Deluxe.
RCA Victor
v Tl rida: .. haarerv.
s !
Xa Case No. ]%-<24IClizaheth able TV with front controls and

DON'T LET THIS BARGAIN I \.s, Webb W K. Braswell.Bra!!well. Ddt'ndantW. PlaintiH.\ speaker thot con be built in."OneSerelectronic
PASS WITHOUT
TAKING-
1 Cll't To>:'otic Webb To W.Appear BraswtH. hoe reideno I fane tuning. 262 sq. in.

I \ adrirtitt wbal > and address i!': 115* Pon* picture. Tronsformer-powered Deluxe

ING ADVANTAGE OF IT j i \ haiptis win rit !A-o. X E. Atlanta i. Georgia chassis. Pilano-jack, tone control and
( Tau are hereby notified that a
\tbi libts
to tit automatic control. Balanced
fait: for divorce' has ben filM gain
1 F ? kit WOW! against" : yoU in the above named Fidelity FM Sound. Aver 1cbIe in 2 The Best Buy of the Year!
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''urt and cause and you are rf1ullt'd e- .
rt Tn cut in beautiful finishes.
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to sense a of answer
copy your
it tt T.V! or pleading to the complaint
on the Plaintiff Attorney. Martin i
Gi iuiic M aeon TO rtona J hail: % Law Exchange Fnildinjt.JioKuonville .
SLADE GAS CO. YOU m nc tons so ounIM !. FlaT"3nd: file the ortnal -

PlU1 HORAOR WOlff( >;'. in the office of the Clerk of SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV
I the Circuit Court on cr before the

all ,1111_ INUViNG .. I: day M January 15SO, otherwise '
I th- allegations of said Complaint
SKELETON'SHRUWCENH trial! f>e taken as confessed! by yon
This notice shall be published Next
a ,
Door to Winn-Dixie Phone WO 4-3551 ut each week. for four consecutive
'okf' in the Bradford County Tele-
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Dated tbl 13 day of December. .

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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY lfctEGRAPIl ATAKKE, FLORIDA THLB DEC. %1, 1933:
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-- J .... ..................9 Melrose Man I'ht aJ. He received these inI .
BHS Tornadoes ;;.".' :t': ,.... New Catholic ChapelTo Hurt
-. \ COURTwvvvvvnr..Y..avarv I juries as a result of an accident
Be ConstructedAt MAYOR'S When Cars Runs
Feted At let his home on Dec. 18 when be

BanquetContinued MaccJenny! Through Garage I lost control of his car and drove


( From Page One] i Father Cornelius A. Dougherty The following cases were hand- ;?: far:on Whitehead. 74, o.''through I the garage.

#} 'e' e.e 4 led in Mayor's court Monday s' Mr. Whitehead's condition has
'
ta pastor: of St. Edward's Church in Melrose was taken to Bradfon
Gold footballs were presented {
+ it morning. I II I unproved and he was released
.
Starke, conducted groundbreaking : County Hospital last
to more than 20 members of the | it r r- James Wallace Prince. DWI. Friday suf''from the
I ceremonies on Dec. 8 for a I hospital on Wecmesday
quad who did not miss a single ilering from contusions about thi e Dec
.l re + $102-50. bond forfeited. License revoked I 22.
Catholic Chapel St. Mary's,
hew II
piactice session during the 1959 s for three months. I
in Mac-
Our Mother of Mercy

reason.: i tr clenny. It will be the first Cath- I Clyde Hamilton public intoxi- :

In his after dinner talk. Coach oiic Chapel in Baker County. cation. $27-50 or 5 days. Sell It Rent ft Trade

football and other
Cherry praised :
Father Dougherty. who as Robert Cooper, public intoxication I

athletics as a great character :; pastor of St. Edward's in Starke. $27.50 bond forfeited. I i WITH A
builder teaching athletes to have TELEGRAPH
;Is in charge of all Catholic activities Harold W. Crawford public Intoxication I CLASSIFIED
self discipline self respect and to
in Baker, Bradford. Union $27J&0 bond forfeited.

respect the opinions of others. and half of Clay Counties: is the Horice Gross, DWI and driving ,"."" ,,: .'..\L.'Ow..... ....h....... n".-III,..... Re-

He praised Tornado Coach Len-, aaministrator of the Macclenny v.ithout license. $130 or 25 days. modeling, ._p. :No money down. Finam-v 1, FOR RFXTne
I. "".f. rail WI' ....Of '''r'' bedroom fan.
hard Register. who won distinctionas Mission. Dan Abstone DWI. $102.50 or j Jshed garage apartment See Jimmy

this season's All Area Coach x 1LO i I About a wees: ago. Che Most :?0 days. License revoked for three "I M.w at Gulf Station. tfchg

as "one of the finest young coachC.3 months.1 FtL RENT
Reverend Archbishop Joseph P. : bedroom furnished
...
h"u
in the business. HEELSPut e on
Kglty
of St. Calvin Whitfield. possession of Lake.Tailablt'' '
kW Hurley Augustine noteingthe Jan. 1 to Jane. Phone
Under Register's guidance the I 5: WO4-4201
growth and progress of the moonshine operating disorderly tfrhgOR

Tornadoes won the Keystone Conference Macclenny area commissioned house and using profane language on 5linutes:
title for the third I ?: SALE : Used Oil
yearstraight Circn-
$317.50 or 62 days.
:Father Dougherty to draw up Iattng Heaters.
ana posted a v-i-z:: record .i ...... vi .. ....-...- I Starke Builders. Can be seen if
plans for a new Catholic Chapel I Bobbi Jean Martin disorderly tfchg

for the season. I That would serve the needs of the .conduct $52.50 or 10 days. inSOLES
Attend 1 OR
200 RENT
Register and assistant coaches :
A Catholic families of that region Three bedroom house! In Starke.

David Hurse Charles Francis and a? well as the Catholic staff and i I CARD OF THANKS 1 iI .Adults. no inside peta.

Carleton Koch presented the conference Big Dad Party patients of the new Northeast i I' I j Put on With deepest gratitude we extend *
and school awards to the Florida State Hospital.The in *
Flayers. Dr. Houpt presented the I this word of thanks for the I FIOHIST
\\At Blanding new chapel will be built on lie J*. TI10MPrOST..
sportsmanship trophy. the many kind acts of sympathy,II by Phillip I PHOXK WO 44153WK :
property located west of Macclenny friends 11IsT1\Cflvi: FLOWERS
expressed by thoughtful ,
Also recognized during the
Ing were team managers Robert even- The Enlisted Men's Club at on U. Highway 90 It will be especially Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Con- I t Court Shoe Repair I -UIHK FLOWKRS -\SI'\HnRF.:-

Voorhees Wayne Lamoree and Camp Blanding took on a festive dr of missionary character and de- way. These kindnesses have I I K1\ RIIODEN t'RIfRIHo:! n:
sitn, done in modern construction (Opp. Court House
) I <: -od
Care for child.
Rodney Chliek.A. atmosphere last Friday noon r meant much to us.-John Ras-! your; FairG.ttes.
suggestive of the Spanish Mission Licensed. Phone WO 4-J03I: ,
N. Holliday president of the when around 200 employees and style. It will be divided into two ing the summer months he directs 126 N. Court Street HIS X Thompson St. tfchg.

Booster Club served as master of I guests gathered for the annual aleas: a church area to seat 100 Camp St. John for Catholic Youthat FOR SALE

ceiemonies. Christmas dinner and party givenby people, and a recreation hall to Switzerland. Fla. WE HAVE a new loan program for Ready mix concrete, concrete block.
Dad Manufacturing Co. farmers. cone, fence posts sand,
Loans
. Big aocomodate 60. Kitchen and lava- of 1 to S yearn cement.
Methodist Church for the entire credit require- Motr mix, rock steel oyster shell,
Inc.D. tory facilities are planned for the w. c. T. S. Siceloff of Lexington N. ca convenience of parish suppers and ily. Gainesville Production CredM ford Engineering Co. tfchit
Schedule for week of Dec. 27th: Association. C20 North If tin
. C., president of the company. socials. Central heating and air I Gainesville, Fla. tfch FOR SALE Sweet Potatoes. 12
Sunday, 9:45: a. m.. Church 'I A "BUT THE END OF ALL per bu. at farm. miles
(sixth from left in above photo) conditioning will be provided. H4 X. of 100)
School; 11 a. m.. Morning Worship THINGS IS AT HAND; BE YE :; RADIOS REPAIRED on Bayiess Highway. Lucian Con-
I was host on this occasion and ex- It is expected that the structure AH Hake All .....le n..r. tfcbg
snack for THEREFORE SOBER. AND I
; 6 p. m., supper ...
tended a welcome to those attending will be completed in five months.In lc aahle Charges .na.tee.t
,M. Y. F.; 6:30: p. m.. Youth meetings I I administrator WATCH UNTO PRAYER." [ I I l MIKPIIKRirS RADIO TV FOR RENT: Furnished small
j the party largest one to be addition to his duties as I ...... Urera. Owner lower floor
apartments. Desirable lo-
7:30 PETER 4:7.]
; m.. Evening Worship.
p. i| held here since the company of St. Mary's Father I4IZ K. fall !''if. Phoae WO 4-4MHH <-ati.>n. Clo e. in. Reasonable rent
, Student Recognition Day is Stark.. Fla. \\'. II Nollman,
opened its Starke plant in 1951. Dougherty is also administratorof FOR n"XTMdroom furnished ;_ il8 N. Cherry St.
''Sunday, Dec. 27. All students home St. William's Chapel Keystone nou>e with carport and large utility _tfctigFOR
It now has around 175 employees. COI.OM.tr.; FLORIST I
from college for the holidays will After a 'bountiful turkey din-,! were accompanied at the organ by the parent company the SiceloffDr. Heights and Catholic Chaplainat loom.child. Inquire For couple at 713(':r X.with ThompsonSt. infant I Only K. T. D. Florist in Starke. SALE A few'asaorted sizes

"be honored at the morning church James Pait of the University Manufacturing Co. of Lexington, the Florida State Prison. Dur- ltchg : Flowers wired any place. Flower. beautiful Red Cedar Christmastrees.
service. per topped off with molded ice for all occasions I(>(' ny. Phone I Tullis. One mile couth of Keystone -
(lof Florida who also played selec-.' celebrating its anniversary. WO 4-S291. 506
cream and cake, group singing of East Nona St. tfchg Post Office. Just off Route
There is a nursery for the small 1 tions during the dinner. this year having been established :1. phone !870! 4t U :4
Christmas carols was enjoyed. A i I
.children and a Junior Church for Mr. Siceloff announced that FOR RKXT Furnished
in 1909.
feature of the the, I apartm.nts. FOR SALE It:::, Ford
I program was Reasonable Bun. 32prtMriiger
third
children through the grade rates. Sear
flood tires.
' J i singing of "Silent Night" by the TERmiEGAR MOTORS : shopping center. Phone \VO '-:011cr Motor in fair shape. good body.
av each Sunday morning worship Receiving bid
Mass Wo 4.; UI or call at
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>eivice. I Bid Dad quartette (lower photo) Joe L. Dowling Midnight 'berry St. Shell' OH Co. Office. 5'1 i Church for :30: da.I'lay Hampton. be seen at Baptist
itchy 12117
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Prayer composed of Bernice Privett. At St. Edward'sChristmas tfchg'HASTINGS _

Meeting and Bible Study. I Geraldine Starling, Mary Barnes Fatally Injured I FOt SALE Sweet potatoes $I.2 5

and Margaret Smith. The singers Eve Midnight Mass MATTRESS per huvheL You furnish the eon-
:nin.r. Field run. 100A Griffis Loop.

. I Continued From Page One I will be held at St. Edward's Catholic -. & UPHOLSTERY WORKS V,d r. Coleman Phone WO9-1732;

1 I Churcn in Starke. Carols will WE HAVE 1960 FORDS 710 Lemon St I'aUtka 4t2117" i
ill St. Augustine and Mrs. Dowl- POI SALE 40 ft X 8 ft. housetrafer.
11:30 with Mass!
begin at p.m. .
ing to Alachua General Hospital Furniture Repaired, Uphol 2 bedrooms, bath kitchen
starting at 12 midnight. i art! living room. Furnished Contact
-NOTICE- :n Gainesville. All of the other injuied stered & Refinished }JI'or.nek.l. at Bradford High tfcbic

have been dismissed. Christmas morning Solemn I: IN STOCK! MATTRESSES REBUILTNew JACKSOBCILDiG PPLT

Funeral services for Mr. Dowling High Mass will be held at St., Innerspringsand Rfar Of Big Dad Farter

were held at 4 p. m. Tuesday in William's Catholic Chapel in Key -Billy- Jark.ga
Box Springs If We hate.'t ct It HERB. Tarrirrat
THE COMMUNITY STATE BANK OF STAKKE I the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in stone Heights. Carols will begin Purchase Your New Car for Drop Us a Card or Call .. C.t It THERE
Starke with Rev. L. D. Haines i at 10:30: a.m., with Mass starting New. ..< ....< banding tmffttrnof
i PALATKA EA 5-9166 .
WILL BE CLOSED pastor of the First Baptist Church at 11 o'clock. C.*ery!drvrriptlvB.. '
me and lk arvvad and If
officiating. Burial was in the family I Christmas Now and S-A-V-E STARKE \VO 4-594 T." *o.*t see rkat y.. maat ask
I MRS. PEGGY SHALLER B.. G...... t. get It i., .r
in Starke, F.
ALL DAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, DEC. 25-26 cemetery near Long Bridge ran W04-4101. .f..c

Union County.In : Agent

addition to his wife and FOR P.EXT-Fuml apartment.
PAYMENTS STARTIN Uchg M.Hlern conveniences. 2 bedrooms air \
daughter!: Mr. Dowling is survivedby I -
II I condition gas heat. )aO per mo to
a son. St. Elmo Dowling ofGainesville II FOIL :-:.1LI-195Q Ford Fairlane 600 reliable party. Mlllard Judd, 1nlafavette.
I Town S..dan.8 cnnine. FordomaticiiMo. tfchff
: a sister Mrs. Jessie I FEBRUARY 1960 .., Heater. Power Steering
Lazonby and his mother, Mrs. whirr tires yellow and white. One FOR \LE-1-" TV New Picture
I Rhoda Dowling. both formerly of a::. owner low mil" gp. X-Condition. Tube: 2 4" Higgins bike: pair ofPh..a'llDt.
.
Terwillygar Motors. Itch and cage: 2 parakeets and
I New River and now living in I Late Model Cars and TrucksTo I ? : ;3 cares. Klein, 5 miles N. of Stark
i Homestead. FOR SAL-B-151 Ford Six Passenger on 301. It.
1i -
SAY I j
l 'I I'tlltlnnAtnn! "-S engine, For-
1! Mr. Dowling was born in Brad- 21 1 Select From. Also Wide .Inm ltlc. Radio, n..att'rhit.' .. Tires FOR REXT-4 room unfurnished

O I ford County on Aug. 23, 1899. His P'.V.T Steerinp.! Power Drakes Ix>- apartment with large hall and prl-
Selection of Cheapies! -al CJT. one owner. TerwilleKar Mo- \'atdn1' way an X. Lake St Call
father was the late Joel P. Dowl- I lur. It.-hIP: tr(> .Il1:! tfchyFOR
I
mI!. He was a member of the Bap-
I !'ALrt"1'f'd dining room furniture. -
0 tist Church and the Elks Lodge at FOR KENT Furnished apartment 5 mi. south on 301. Phone WO
at rear of store at
Live Oak.'Smoke. building -I'r: : after 5 p. m. 2tn 12-24
WITHMOTOROLA I IOW COST MOTOROLA STEREO BANK FINANCING 36 MO. TO PAY 321 ."emple Ave. Contact Mrs.
}!au le Molt at McCarthy's Garage,
"'ORI ,-1959 Ford V-3 Pickup
PORTABLE HAS 2 BIG SPEAKERS
S miles on Raiford Kd. tfchK
<
I Truck. Ford ma tic. Radio. Heater.
House' Small price tag, big sound! One local owner. Like new 100 per
TV I Your Authorized Ford Dealer EVK.MNO: CLASSES for adults. AHsubjects pent gnarantoe. Terwillegar Motors.
2 i Plays stereo plays LPs. Deluxe Credit if wanted. Write

Made From 4-speed automatic changer. lr..clor. Box 1190. Starke. or call LARGE HOME
\ I WO i-3071 or TI'itdult: Education -
Dualsapphirestyli.Onespeakerin FOR SALE-Colonial-type house,
I Office, USO for addl-
In Bradford County Bldg. 4 bedrooms, living family rm.
I detachable lid-one in the tionul information tffhy no
1 Old Refrigerator dining rnu, sun parlor; located K.
phono. Acoustinator tone con-
Walnut St, choice residential area;
i trol. Leather-textured miracle DEALER AND FACTORY WARRANTY TAILOR MADE DRAPERIES close to business! section schools,
free labor. Mrs. 209
: Peggy Shaller.
l Continued From Page One] churches. Lot extends of en-
fabric in Brown and White or depth
E. Adkins St. phone WO 4-; U4 tfchg
i tire block. Will sell partly furnished,
Blue and White.
if desired. Contact Mrs. II.
fOld bull which he bought from owner
Model SF11 Complete Tee Service U. McLendon. 3B2J Wetchester, Or-
Complete ,I Complete I the Quinn Farm at Doctors Inlet. 99.95 lando, Fla. or inquire Bradford

i The bull which weighs about Pruning Bracing De-Moss County Telegraph. tfcbgMen's

Service on SALES Service on 1,400 Ibs.. has brought some fine GOLDWIRE RAt Toney HOMCS Lug Cavity Work Tree' Re- ---J

All Makes I calves including one which won a I moval Traa'.plantingSaPP's

blue ribbon at the recent Bradford Tree Leather
WO Surgeons I
AllAppliances :
TV ,, County Fair. SERVICENTER
i PETE S.\PP. Owner
4-4975 I He also has a fine set-up of re- HALF SOLES

Stereo I gistered Landrace hogs including I 135 East Call St. $$1095 and up STARKE PIIOXE \VO 4-S965

SERVICE i two gilts and a young male. He

Radios Ltia : :' All I i has them in a pen with an "A" I i NO MONEY DOWN NO CHARGE FOR TRAVEL 1.50 up

Hi Fi shelter big enough to accommo- &NANN J'EllSTJ.A.GNANN.
:Makes I date 400-lb. gilts for farrowing. ANYWHERE IN FLORIDA -- SAME LOW PRICE

1 '( (m Men's Rubber
Mr. Bass is originally from Nya-

ak N. Y., where he raised grey-
HEELS cup
hounds. He came to Florida and

got a job with the railroad and

then about five years ago boughtthe i STARKE'S SHOEREPAIRING

farm where he is now living.He t I

and Mrs. Bass have an attractive I

SHOP! home, with all modern I .....
123 S. Walnut St.
SHOP I comforts. 0 II .

Does he like living in the country Across from Park Theatre

SHOP ? Stop in and see him and his.W/T1 'I For Expert Tree Surgery Call Our

hew "smoke house" and when youhear Agent
224 K. Temple Phone WO 4-8965 FOR SALE 3 BR Z-bath house
him talk you'll know he's ,
now under construction on SearingSt.
Don't Buy Your New Car happy in the country. ARrE STORAGE SPACE: For near old Drive-In theatre. Ter-
I rant rail UO 4-5934. Itchg razo floors G. K. Duct heating Irl.t -
n. many other extra features.
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Funeral Mass Said only $$2595As Make This Christmas Last House will be completed Jan. %Sth.
on the First StopGO Buy now and decorate(Ito your taste.
For Mrs. RudolphA A Lifetime! VA or Convention financing. Con
tact L. K. Whitehead, Waldo. Phone
St. Edward'sMrs. Pictured Above with CarportWe GIVE YOUR FAMILY HO 9-n z. Jtrhr 12/Jt

WORLD BOOKENCYCLOPEDIA FOR RENT OR SALE 2 bedroom

68 Should down 2 8 for floor not 2 6's. We unfurnished house at ISO N. Cherry
ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE Bara Dorsch Rudolph. get you use x framing x use it.: Kent reasonable. Floyd Green

of Starke died Saturday, Dec. 12, Call us for help 2 x 6's for ceiling framing not 2 x 4's. We will phone WO '-%'4%. tfchg

at the home of her sister Mrs We're best in town
furnish material for to build. We do repair ando
you "FIRST IN SALES" FOR SALE 2 bedroom concrete .
BUT Rosemary Erhard near Starke Three out of three people finish house already started. block house at IU Epperson. St. ''J
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where she was visiting. Most Highly RecommendedBy "'hlnWO 9-:141> Itch*
have come to us with their
Mrs. Rudolph was born in Ger' bMODEL: SchoolsM. fbr
HOME AND OFFICE FOR SALE- or trade Starke
ing problems have been (
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many on Aug. 8, 1891. She was I property. Residence with 3 apart'
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE ly satisfied. That's because we A. PAYNEP. meats and 400 ft of office space
a member of the Catholic Church., Well located in Gainesville. Good
make one trip count and don't t WALDO FLA. .
O. Box 603
Ph.0 4S794FOR
Besides her sister, she is survived intcctmeat. Dr. Pollfoffer, phone
; oterchange. WO 4-2&SI-
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by her husband ValentineJ. 12 Miles South of Starke on U. S. 301
Rudolph of Starke and on RENT
-Furnished one bedroom
OPEN 8:00 A.M. TO 8:00 P 31. IX CITY POCNDI
female
Heinz of apartment. Upper. Corner of Grant Bird
Germany
son Rudolph and dog, bUck and white spotted. Owner
I Washington Ste. F. B. Beard.' -
Billy DowlingAcross Funeral mass was held at 9 a.m LE J-:8tl 2tch* 12-24 may have by paying board and

Dec. 15 in St. Edward's Catholic RAY .D. FORTH, Box 196, Keystone Heights, Florida advertising cost: and contacting City
"'a Hosteso-Casbier. No experience Pollee. ltcbaMCK'S
{Church with Rev. Father Cor-. Phone 4307 necessary, but must be refined'
nelius Dougherty officiating. Burial p1//Gt's'EP1/CTANK dERVI neat and intelligent. Age 2245. References -
required. Contact Mr. ranT TAD FOR
Moye
The Street From Setzer's will be in Dusseldorf Ger- FINANCE ovERiiootf ufTO3600 JIM TONEY HOMES, Box 368, Waldo, Florida mornings at Gold House Restaurant' Unabl to keep busine.5 on account SALE
DAY PHONE N" "n- J-alls ? 12 : of aickness. Good location
many. wo.4H4iIIS pf tp and good
.Phone HO 8-2781 bu.m.,.. Will take half
The Rosary was recited at thi LOST Sassy Green Parakeet Sat.l price. If interested to business at con.half j

DeWitt C. Jones Chapel. NO COURT STREET STACKS I W. Madison &: Broadway Ste. Call: tact me at once. Nick's halt Stand. j

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Keystone Council Keystone Golf Club Dates Announced I II
I KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I
, Agrees To Contract I Plans Membership !I For Girl Scouts |I MELROSE Paul.Major and Mrs. Edwin Simmon

Ii family from Ft. Bragg. North
and
Mrhafffer
Mary l(
By For Shallow Wells Drive In Area Summer
I Camping j 1 1I Carolina will arrive Saturday for
I By Joyce RotbtaimmerMrs
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I a0 vtiii with Mr- and Mrs R. P.
Eighth And Ninth Graders I newlY\\'E'ds. Highlight of the even- I i J. B. Foster, representing tj. S. ,t. Plans for a membership drive, Miss Miriam Brooks. Camp Coordinator -i A ....A..A.....I.6. ,Simmons.
Celebrate I ling i'( was when Commander Chance i Geological Survey, appeared 1 rr I for the Keystone Golf and Country for the Gateway Girl Mr and Mrs. Clarence C Hold-

The Comunity Church Educational presented all the ladies present ( before the Dec. 15 meeting of the 1I I I Club were, completed at ;a Scout Council. who visited the Willie Lyon celebrated her rn and children. Shelley and

Building was the scene of :, with orchid leis horn Hawaii. The Keystone Heights Town Council meeting held Tuesday night Dec Gateway Girl Scout Council who : ?7ih birthday at the home of her Betsy. will be guests At R dinner
in connection with watershed 15, in the conference room ot: vt-ited llelrose-Keystone: Girl laughter. Mrs. Bess Lynn. Thurs- party at the home of Mr and .In.
: also
party was treated to a trip '
a gala Christmas party on Friday studies being made in the area. He Clay Electric Cooperative. Scout Neighborhood recently, an- ,day. December 17. Many of her C.: H. Holden in PaUtka Christmas
evening. Dec. 18, when the eighth a'jourd Capt. W. C. Hawes' yacht 'stated that shallow wells within I E. T Martin secretary of the, noum-ed dates for the day camp *

and ninth grade boys and girls of 'on the St. Johns River. Party i the city were desired by the survey r9s."K J club conducted the meeting and to be held at the newly acquired''fnends in Melrose visited her. to oay.Mr.. tnd 1lnWofford Sttdnam
the Keystone Heights School celebrated quests included Dr. and Mrs. L. H. and submitted :a sample con- yi reviewed the history of the golf cite on Kingsley Lake as follows: with her a Happy Birthday.Mr. and sons from Bartow visited
in keeping with the season. | Griffin, parents of the bride; Mr. : tract to cover the operation. I course from the time of its development i For Brownies. Intermediate Girl : and Mrs. Clarence Holden friends in Melrose! last week.
Comic books were exchanged, 'I and Mrs. Ray Starnes, parents of i Council voted to ratify the a- r f. in 1928. At the present Scouts and Senior Girl Scouts..1 I' will attend the Annual Silver Ballm Ella Jane Wesley of Gainesville
cui
and such interesting things as '!, tne groom; Mr. and Mrs. Walter j reement between the town and I time, in accordance with an agreement iirst session, Monday through Friday Crescent Wednesday night. last week with her brother-
dog collars, baby rattles, and Odum. of Orange Park Capt. and the survey if the contract includto. with the developers of Keystone June 20-June 24, second ses- i Mr. and Mrs- Charles A. Duncan spent

Sweet Peach Snuff were unwrapped j Mrs. W. C. Hawes of the Naval an expressed agreement that r't' f Club Estates, the nine hole Eion. June 27-July 1. A third session of Lawton. Oklahoma arrived Continued on Next Page)

amid laughter. There was Base in Green Cove Springs; and only two wells would be drilled course has been reconditioned, the is planned for girls in the, Tuesday to spend the Christmas
dancing and refreshments also. j Gar;' Chance. on of Cmdr. and jat the location specified. ;greens re-planted and a complete seventh grade and over who qualify holidays! with Mrs. Duncan par-
i I II Mr. Mrs. R. F. Simmons.Mr. .
Chaperones who also enjoyed the Mrs. Chance. I Mayor M. L. Beasley reported. Catering system installed. Equipment for pioneer camping. t-nts. and Health Facts
party were Mr. and Mrs. Carl :Mrs. Starnes Entertained 'I that the Clay County Com-I # I has been provided for main In addition to looking into and Mrs. Leland Williams

Duncan Mr. Earl Cherry, Mrs. !, Mrs. Milton Starnes, recently sission had adopted a resolution 4 I rte tenance, which is under the direction -. :'transportation for the day camp. and Mis- William's mother.Connt'ctii Mrs.Glenn i I Irritation of the nerroBs system
Trumball.
Kyle McMurtry, Mrs. Huntley married, was the guest of honori providing that the Town of: of golf 'pro" Les Stephenson. Miss Brooks met with the Senior; from function of the involved -
I / reduces organs
the
Redfearn, and Mr. and Mrs. M-\ i a morning coffee given by her Keystone Heights would provide i .. Girl Scout leaders, Mrs. Jack Bass cut arrived last week to spend thus lowering vitality and
L. Sibley. mother-in-law, Mrs. Ray Starnes necessary engineering survey and .' ',: i It had been planned to open and Mrs. Fremont W. Tones fora winter in Melrose. Spending the Inltrtlon.i.
to
will be Mrand resistrncf
Teen Town Christmas Formal 'on Saturday, Dec. 19. Mrs. Starn- secure state speficiations relative Iy. a_ the course late in December, but training consultation and attended winter with them
The boys and girL who belongto e,' Lakeview Drive home was beautifully .o the proposed paving of portions due to the 'reccent frost, which 1 a Christmas party given by Mrs. Hershey Keith of Bar Harbor. ,, Told and flu respond rtry TR-

Teen Town, and some of their decorated in the Christmas of Nightengale and Flamingo rapped the grass, the opening Senior Troop 295. She discussedthe Maine. idly to spinal adjustment,
r-om-mtmber friends had a real motif. Mrs. Al Watson met thequests Streets, the cost to be refunded to dates: have been set back to Jan. Senior program with the girls Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spong of
Christmas at the door while Mrs. Gay ur around Feb. 1. West Hartford. Connecticut spent You ran save time, many and
ponesttogoodness the town as secondary funds become and answered questions about
Formal Dance on Saturday even- Livingston introduced everyone to available.The y. Mr. Martin said the cost of family ( day. trcop. and established camp- h few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. 'I I suffRTfnt if you see your Chiropractor

ing. Dec. 19 at the New Masonic tile bride. MrsFrank Harris, and Police Department recommended '. s membership in the club will be""hl'. t H. Williams. first.Consultation.
Hall. Anyone who observed the Mrs. Paley Boyd assisted the hos- that "Yield Right of ,.'; j r ; K $109 initiation fee, Which is" I Ii Kippy Storer is spending the without oWtmtisn.

boys and girls arriving at the ttss with the serving of the Way" signs be placed at the intersection I, 'paid: only once; $120 for a golf Finance Drive Christmas Holidays with his p.ir-
dance was surely impressed at the "vests. Out-of-town guests included of the new road in backcf aMiss I membership each year; and $35 j ents. Mr. and Mrs. Morris B. Sto- Phone or Visit *

great number of beautiful girls MrsL.. H. Griffin, mother of the school house and Jasmine Griffin Weds for a social membership, which {For Girl Scouts rer. ,I

and handsome young men this the bride: Debbie Griffin, sister Avenue. The matter was referredI Milton StarnesIn will be initiated when the clubhouse : Is Well Supported I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Swett theirsoninlaw of' Dr. H. G. Bollinger
town has produced. Besides the 'of the bride; and Mrs. Griffin's Councilman F. S. Dodd for later is built. All fees can be paid I Portland. Maine are visiting .
Walnut '
X. $
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aancing and refreshments, there "'otht>r. Mrs. Clark all of Claxton,I port. Church RitesThe i iI on a monthly basis, if desired. 1 Reports from parents and and daughter. Mr. and Starke
I'I'n
was also entertainment providedby Ga.; and Mrs. Arthur Ryan of At the suggestion of CouncilmanF I Out of about 40 persons attend 'i friends making house to house: Mrs. Charles William and grand

Elbert Hertey and his guitar. Chicago. E. Williams, Council authorizedpurchase First Baptist Church of: ing the meeting last week 13 applied -, calls in behalf of the Financial '
Adults who saw to it that every- ,( Keystone Indians Feted In stub of turkeys or hams as I Cldxton. Ga. was the scene of a foi membership. D. E. Pang-!I Campaign of the Keystone Melrose I

one had a wonderful time were: Monday! evening, Dec. 21, Dr. Christmas gifts to salaried em- 1 wedding of marked beauty and'I tarn seated that when the club Neighborhood i of the Gateway Girl'

Mrs. M. L. Sibley. Father Bill! Donald M. Christoffers was host 'i pbyes\ of the Town who are regularly 'd'gnitv: on Sunday afternoon, Nov. has a membership' of around 50,.1 I Sa out Council indicate that residents PEYTON FLORIST
3reyf9iile, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Q- to the Keystone Indians Football i employed. I 29, when Miss Carolyn Heanne work will be started on the club- 'I in the neighborhood are -
Hall Mrs. Alex Brokas, Mr. and Team at a steak dinner at the i The Town Clerk presented the Griffin became the bride of Glen house.A firmly in back of the Girl Scout

Mrs. Bill Baker Mrs. N. W. Hard- i Garden Restaurant in Starke. A- Council with a gavel and striking Milton Starnes of Keystone I membership, committee will!I I Organization
enbergh. and Carl Duncan. j ;out 15 boys were present, as wells block an item which was badly 1l.ights. The bride is the daughterof I be! set up In the neaf future to : To those who contribute and to'I 119 S. Thompson SI. Starke,
t;. 1' C. Enjoys Caroling : Coach Carl Duncan; Mr. Earl 'needed and which was; accepted Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Griffin of conduct an active drive. Additional''I!hoho' are assisting in the'
Members of the Episcopal Young'Cheiry. the School Principal; and with; thanks. laxton, and the bridegroom, the I information 'concerning the Golf campaign a vote of thanks is sincerely ;, Phone WO 4-4135:)

people and their friends enjoyed (Rev. Father Bill Breyfogle. Special The treasurer's report was 're- son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnes I I and Country Club may be obtained -'I i given. '

an evening of Christmas Caroling Guest: was a former All-American. i' ceived indicating a previous cf Keystone Heights. by writing Box 606, Keystone Decorations
en Sunday Dec. 20. Transportation Louis Hardage, who is now retired balance of $4.902.56; income $5- I The impressive double ring cere-i heights: I traveled inn a Continental blue Christmas Home .
was furnished by the G. O.; but who has been a coach at 363.19\ credits $57.29; excess deposit I many was performed at 3:30 o' i wool model with ':blue fox stole ; .....; :; ; u ).. .
P. I Get Out and Pushl] Bus Line,j' Oklahoma VanderbIlt and the, of $1.08 tax discounts $80.- ;clock by the Rev. James R. Reed centered by the -handsomely em-, 'collar and small peacock blue; Distinctive Flower Arrangements '
driven by Mr. C. J. O'Connor with I'( university of Florida. Mr. Hard- disbursements; 1833.69; pastor of the church. bossed. wedding' cake. feather hat. The'orchid from her '
the I 119; II Prior to the Mrs. G. E. Williams of Tifton, bridal bouquet was worn on her I and ReceptionsFunerals
co-pilot ,Father Bill Breyfogle|2&e tasked to the boys on checks outstanding $21.30; balance ceremony, Mrs. Weddings
After they were "sung-out". the value of good scholarship for ath- !I of Dec. 4. 1959. $$8,899.69. Frank M. Smith, organist, presented Oa-, a cousin of ,the bride, cut the: i bag. I
: i as I II case, while Mrs. Ralph Swann,.1 I Mr- and Mrs. Starnes are residing !I
of is
group gathered at the home letes. Participation in sports a I a program of wedding music, ,
Cathy Sipprelle in Melrose for re-I privilege given only to those who family a new daughter .born December -:I and accompanied several vocal se- I the bride's aunt, kept the register in the Vichon's garage apartment .

refreshments and dancing. maintain scholarship. The highlight -j 17 at the Bradford County I II lections by Harry Davis of Savan.I cf guests. on Garden Street. I I
Party At Officers' Club I of the evening was the presentation I' Hospital! in Starke. The girl was nah. I Ii l A program of organ selections I Both Mr. and Mrs. :,Starnes attended. ',I l WE WIRE FLOWERS ANTWHEKEPARK .
Commander md. Mrs. ,Ray of letters to those who i appropriately named."Holly", Holly 'i !The.church was beautifulirtrecorated I I'I :I Teas-played during. the receptipi. .Emory at-jDrford: and are
'>-' ,Chance entertaineed at the?NavalOfficers' I had earned them. In order to get| weighed 7 Ibs. 13.oi.i.,'at birth. 'I with iceberg chrysanthemums I Lours by Mrs. Henry'O. Shuman,. planning'to'continue their studiesat I.i. "

Club at the U. S. Naval i a l letter,- a player .had to have'The Hetheringtons have two other I gladioli, and Neanthe Bellapalms. For their wedding trip, the bride the University Ct'!'Florida.

Base in Green Cow Springs on i played 16 quarters or more. daughters and a son. Mother and I I Lighted cathedral tapers,t tI .

Fiiday evening Dec. 18. with a :I Holly Arrives For Christmas I'baby arrived home on Sunday. plumosus fern, and white satin I .
Bride and Groom Party for Mr. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hether- Chamber Of Commerce. MeetingA ribbons were used at vantage t
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and Mrs. Milton Starnes, recent ington are welcoming into their meeting of., the Keystone points. I '

Heights Chamber of Commerce I The bridegroom had for his Ixftt of the PALMS
was held on Monday evening at man Gary Chance of Keystone .
i IN REAL ESTATE Clay Electric Conference Room.I Heights. Ushers were Louis Griffin

Huntley Redfearn. Jr. was elected brother of the bride, Joe

President for the coming year,I'Hughes III of Glenville, Ga., andMyron Central/ Florida's Bible Conference
:3-Bed Room, Living Room, Kitchen and Garage, Large Ward elected
was
and Leamon Prevatt Jr. of Keystone .
Lots Paved Road. Five Blocks to "Downtown." $11,500 President. .
Vice Heights.

with $4,500 Down. Final plans were made for the Miss Rebecca Powell, maid of: 4' j : .. Keystone Heights, Florida

Lake Lots Some Bargains for Cash. You can now Christmas Lighting Contest Which honor, wore a mint green taffeta .

get Next Year's "Lost Opportunities. is sponsored by the Chamber.The gown with a crescent-shaped satin + .,. CORDON L.. PURDY, DirectorPROGRAM.1960
President held discussion
new bandeau hairdress. and carried a
Brand New Homes on Paved Streets. Low Down Payments with the group on proposed bouquet of Fujii chrysanthemums. I :

Lake Access. Near Golf; ) Course. $9,000 to Chamber projects for the next Long white gloves and a strand of: ,

$15,500. F.ILA. Financing.S. I 'ear.I pearls and matching earrings, gifts;
I Girl Scout News from the bride, completed her

E. M9KAY REALTOR I Local Girl Scouts and Brownies, costume. *

i have been busy doing their good Misses Lou Barnes, Gena Clark .

Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2051 4151 needs for Christms. Mrs. Daurer's, Kay Strickland, and Susan Williams ,
Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968 Brownies made tray favors for. were bridesmaids. while Deborah ,
Christmas Dinner at Bradford Griffin sister of the bride.
DR. D. E. LUTTRELL. Evangelist and Stateside RRepreaentatir for
January 17th22ndJanuary __________-----
County Hospital. Mrs. O'connor'sTroop ; and Mary Ann Williams were junior -
190 girls"have made hand bridesmaids. Their dresse Radio Station WIVV on Vieques Island. Puerto Rico.

puppets for the,children and at Brad-the; rid were similar to that of the maid .24th-29th ______________-_ IlRISTIA I.IFE )MISSIONS Rev. Carl J. Tanis, Director and C. Ernest
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lord County Hospital honor and they carried cascades -
decorated 30 dozen cookies for the, of large and small bronze Tatham. Bible Teacher. '

students at the Sunland Training chrysanthemums. I __LEADERSHIP TRAINING WEEK sponsored by the NEW ENGLAND
January '3Ut-February 5th _______
Gainesville.
Center at The bride, given in marriage,bj;
r e SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION, with NORMAN S. TOWN.i .
1, Troop 190 had a Christmas Par, her father, wore an exquisite .
>t ty at their last meeting on Frida; white wedding gown of imported SEND.
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Dec. 18. There were games refreshments Italian silk organzene mist dra'niatically 1

and exchange of gifts. trimmed with lace, ap February 7th-12th _____L: :...___ ___DR. CHARLES SEIDENSPINNER. President of Atlanta-Southem Bible
I with Bruce Sunderland in the role< plaques of hand embroidery, seed College Atlanta. Georgia.;
of Santa distributing the gifts. pearls, and silk braid. The Sabrina
ED LYMAN. Tenor Soloist.
New Years Party neckline was outlined with lac< \

Q Members of the Keyston: aid pearls, and the sleeves extended MISSIONARY Rev. William Gilfam and Larry
SOCIETY.
ant I February 14th-19th ______________ ORIENTAL
Heights Fire Department in points over the hands
Burr :Men for Missions Executive Secretary.
r'm. their wives are looking forwar I The full boufant skirt feature .
New Years Eve party at th< deep scallops of lace apphquec] '
to a now beini wit February 21st-26th ____.__________HAROLD WILDISH.[ Bible Teacher, Jamoica, British West Indies. '-
Plans braid
Fire House. are with COI ded silk jeweled
formulated for the party. seed pearls. Small covered button. ; WHEATON COLLEGE; WEEK
February 2Sth.Match 4th __________
CHURCH NEWS .. exknded from the back necklinE ASSOCIATION of BIBLE CONFERENCES and CAMPS, Tenth Annual -
Sunday night Dec. 20, a beautiful to a point above the chapel train, .
program of music was pre accenting the petite waistline.'Hez i 0 Convention.
Community Churcl 1 veil 6i t
seated;; at the Imid-designed full-length
to a capacity congregation. Mrs. JI illusion was caught to a .tiara o'oseed March Sth-llth '________..:_______.MOODY BIBLE INSTITUTE with Dr. Win E. Culbertson, President,
I L. Hetherington had planned an(1 pearls. She carried a bouque V Robert Constable and Robert J. Little.
F 1N.y I I directed the children's choir unti I of lilies of the valley stephanotis i V

1 4 short time ago, when Mrs. Robert .. and orchids showered with verve March 13th-18th _______..-:____ SUDAN INTERIOR MISSION.

j with Hendry Mrs. L.stepped A. Canova into her as organ place., tubing Mrs. Griffin mother, of thi. 4! )[arch 20th-25th ____.:.- :___.___ HCJB VOICE of the ANDES. Dr. Clarence W. Jones Director.

) ,, + 1St. Mrs. Jack Haberstroh has beer 1 bride was gowned in a shade< March 21th-Aprillst _______ LATIN AMERICA MISSION, Rev. Herman Braunlin, Pastor, Hawthorne

Tarn lirlsMins boemwyslmyM I the Both Junior Junior Choir and assistant.Senior Choir! beige her costume lace sheath.were brown Complementki satin accessories 1 1S .. Gospel Church, Hawthorne. New Jersey and David M. Howard: Mis

... were featured on the program.. and a beige orchid. ." sionary, Cartagena. Colombia.
Most pleasing were the solos bMrs. :, ]Irs. Starnes mother of *lh i

t-tar....' .t1rMp hp P Hendry with flute obligat I) bridegroom wore mint broad April .3rd-- th',___. BIBLE STUDY.' .
ty Mr. Axel Malmgren. Mr. Floyi.i peau de soie, with matching ac'. '
L. Hether- April 8th-10th _____.-:...____ CBMC SOUTHEAST REGIONAL CONVENTION.. .
James
Baker and Mr. cessories. Her corsage was a greet: ,

mgton were also soloists. I Cattelya orchid. Aprilllth-l1tk ____________BIBLE STUDY.
Immediately following musics 1 1 After the wedding a receptioi

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA program. the Sunday School Pro- was held at the home of the brid, i

gram was held in the Educations I in Claxton. In the receiving tin

Building, also to a packed hOUSE. were Mrs. Griffin. Mrs- Stame:! P.M.
MEETING TIMES SUNDAYS 11:00.31.., :3:00 P.)1., and 8:00
Community :
Friendly Bank in a Friendly Two groups of numbers by th e members of the wedding 'partj
tiny tots opened the program. i!\ and the grandmothers of the brid WEEKDAYS 9:30 A.M., (each morning except Saturday.)

Keystone Heights, Fla. movie, *The Littlest Angel", whir h and bridegroom Mrs. J. H. Wagne MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY evening at 8:00 PJL
followed held the attention of th e of Penney Farms. and Mrs. M. I and Fellow.
TUESDAY and THURSDAY evenings Special Features
F.D.I.C. younger children as well as th e Clark of Claxton.
Member
others. Santa Clause came in aft- The bride's table was covere L ship.

ei the movie, and he had a ba g with an appliqued organdy clot)
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.-. yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyywwyyV I refreshments consisting of coffee Saturday Dec. 26. and Monday : IIUAIUUUIIUUUU41, 'I Webster. Heidi Chiappmi. and Car I Melrose Wins Loses I-hurt or killed on the highway: I'd hate to have anything happen.to .
.. andcakes were served by the hos- the 28. For this consult the Vicar. )
KEYSTONE MELROSE son Johntry. The Bulldogs made it seven wins i j you're one of my favorite readers. you. Merry Christmas!
'ttsses: and her daughter Mrs. 1'ersonals: Those in elementary grades I tin a row last Tuesday night by I

HIGHLIGHTS I Elbert Altman. Mr. end Mrs. Robert Dodd will ', 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.A4A4 'I were: Sixth. John Allen, defeating St.Joseph's Academy 6450 -

..: WLAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ji The pastor and all officers of I nave a lot of company over ; (Continued from Page 7) I I Bobby RidenhOur, Kenneth Tom- on the Melrose court. The ,perfect tribute to 1 1
t tile Church asI.'ell as the membership Christmas. Their daughter. Alice linson. Charlotte Addison Sara
Melrose jumped to 16-10 lead a cherished I'
'COntinued from Page 7)) : Inlawand sister Mr and Mrs. Baldwin a memory ;
; I l wish all who read this a ., Vicki Gornto, Joyce ;
podd and her friend Gail Jones I in. the first quarter and outscort'dJoseph's
M I Merry Christmas and a Happy Glynn Rothhammer. 1 1I 1 Johnson I Becky Mathews Sharon 1
ro' candy for each child. An infor- will be coming in from Jacksonville St. in Every funeral that -
conduct
i New Year. Mr- and Mrs. Keith Miner of' Miller and Hilda Wise. Fifth every quarter except we
mal social hour followed with the !St. William's Church: this evening to stay until I r'rrade; Betty Jean Cross and Walter one. The lead was stretchedto is a source of !sustaining
Colorado
CJark. have moved to I
. women of the church serving the ; St. William's Choir under the Sunday. On Christmas day. an- i Sturdivant. Third Diane Addison 27-22 at halftime. In the third solace and spiritual inspiration i
. adults coffee and cookies. i direction of Gladyce Bachmann. other daughter Mrs. Don t Frances i! Melrose. They will be joined for,1: Danny Clark. Jo CummIngs I quarter St. Joseph's strong defense to the family. f I i
The Community Church will who also plays the organ, will : ) Freeman and her husband(the holidays by their daughter.i I Denise Curie, Peggy Shaughnessy. held Melrose to 13 while they .
" look" for Christmas Will be at their home. The Free- j Kathy. who attends Stetson University Brenda tallied 16.
have a "new \ give a sacred concert and sing I Simmons. Elizabeth Webster Hundreds of details are managed and economically
'" this year' Both the interior and Midnight Mass at St Edward's I uans are from Lake City. A son'I in Deland. Dale Weghorst and Maria, i Larry Cooper and Calvin O'Steen attended to that only a trained and careini
the exterior have been painted, I church in Starke this evening- 1 Howard Harger and his wife from Com. and Mrs. L. B. Nicholsonof I YarbroughSecond: T. C. Miller. I once again turned in star perfor- organization
can perform when the
r.0 and new carpeting has been laid starting at 11:30 p. m. Soloists for Jacksonville; "will also be there on Trenton are moving into their Martha Mathews Christine Ga, mantes as they led the Bulldogswith urgent neei
t on the floor. This makes a fine I the concert and Mass will be Es- Christmas as ,well as another new home near Melrose. boardi Judy Ormsbee. Allen Grif- 21 tallies apiece They were i for serving is at hand.DeWITT .
contribution to the appearance of :telle Bisbee Soprano: Patricia daughter Mrs. Shirley Glover and'i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Step from fin. Gerry Teske Lonette Selph fokrved by teammate Ray Renfro
o thVchuich.Mrs Pawlikowski. contralto; Thomas her daughter Sharon of Keystone Campville had dinner with Mr. Connie Morris and Garry Locker with 15.Top : C. JONES
: Arthur Chapman. Welfare Pievost, baritone; and Leo Le- Heights.Of and Mrs. V. Y. Crawley Sunday. i nan. First; Mike Williamson Judy scorer for StJoseph's was FUNERAL, DIRECTOR AMBULANCE I SERVICE I
Chairman'of. the Women, of theChun Blanc tenor. Other choir members course as in the case of most The Seniors of Melrose High McGrath, Evelyn Adams Teena I Clay Gooch with 14 followed by PHONES: WO 4-2600 WO 4.2610 '
:Lisvmaking an appeal for include Bee Cooper, Lu Nelson. family reunions, there is always School held a party at the homeof I! Rothhammer Madalyn Wegh- Ronnie Schanez with 12. i\ U> furnish the highest type service at I lowest prire, and accept
use tl''CWrstinas Cards to be given Jean Fox. Anna McCullough. someone who couldn't be there. Miss Susan Bass Wednesday. :.I j orst" Ronnie Parker Linda Armstrong It was bound to happen. Sooneror ANY life (Insurance policy in force Issued by ANY: company as
Sun1a.nd'a: training school for Mary K. Schaeffer. Mary Ryan. TIllS year Mr. and Mrs. Dodd will Woman's Club" I and Linda Formy-DuvaL later the Bulldogs had to meet'''' payment In in
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letaldetf:children in Gainesville. and Peggy Prevost. The entire pre- miss their son Arthur. who is The Melrose Woman's Cluo!' Music Students Present their Waterloo When they did carries
You'may"give' the*cards to Mrs. sentation will be repeated on with the Air Force in Texas. You hold! its annual Christmas meeting i I Christmas Play. . . they lost in a big way. The Bron- no obligation.
Cnapmari of bringthem to the Christmas morning at St. Wil- boys and girls who are friends of December 16. A covered dish.j The annual Christmas play un.!scn Eagles who have lost their i I
General':Meeting at the church on I liam's Church starting at 10:30: a. Arthur's should drop him a line luncheon was served. der the direction of Mrs. Stakely,,!only game to P. K. Yonge of Gain-
Jan. 4;?or bring them to your CirCle I In. Solemn High Mass will be said to help him feel a little less home- The group sang Christmas Melrose High music instructor,\ \t csrille, marched to a 75-47 win
meeting. 12t 11:00: a. m. sick. Here is his address: A-B Ar- Carols, with Mrs. Albert Bach- was presented Thursday night ir i 'over the Bulldogs on the Bronson LOCAL MANAGER FOR
tint Baptist Church o Members of our parish are look- thur R. Dodd. A F 14714513: P. O. mann. Music Chairman as dIrec- 1 the Melrose High auditorium. j Court Friday night. The Eagles
Lat Sunday evening, the Glee t ting forward to attending the, Box 1511; Flight 946 Lackland tor. The clubhouse was decorated I J Featured in the play were eighl t\': were Riverland Conference champions -
Club, from the Keystone Heights Christmas Musical program at the ',t. T. C., Texas.Dr. lor Christmas.The scenes from the Christmas Story,, last year.
School gave a Christmas Carol.I State Prison on Sunday: Dec. 27. and Mrs. L- H. Griffin and next meeting will be Jan- Students sang songs related to the It was Bronson all the way as Jim Waiter Corp.
Sing at the First Baptist Church The program is directed and sponi daughter Debbie and Mrs.\ Grif- uary 6 with Sam Mixson. authority;j scenes. Those taking part in theI they jumped to an easy 47-20 lead I
before a'fun' house. They did an i i pored by the pastor. Father Cor- lin's mother. Mrs. Clark of Clax- on Camelia culture, as guest I play included students from the and played reserves freely i
excellent"job, and the chorus con- ''nelius Daugherty who is also the ton. Ga.. spent the week end with ''speaksrHis topic will be "Ca- first through the eighth grade,, throughout the game. I
ain d'some very: fine young voi- Prison Catholic Chaplain. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Starnes and Mr-\ mclias, Selection and Care." the Melose Larks and the Girls; Bronson's scoring attack was "World's Largest Home Builders"
ces' which,showed great possibilities. ''I The Altar Society met on Monday and Mrs. Milton Starnes in Keystone Mrs Gaboardi Entertains Faculty Choir. 357 students participated led by Al Qualls with 15 points
Ii .lot of credit goes to Mr., I evening to discuss business Heights. Mrs. Milton Starneo Mrs. James Gaboardi was hos- SCHOOL :NEWS : followed by teammates Lee Cook i .
Cherry: ;:tfiV School Principal ando and to wax the floors in the is Dr. and Mrs. Griffin's daughter.Mr. tess to a coffee given Thursday"' Friday was the final school da r i with 14. Warren Gilbert with 13 WILL BE IN STARKE
Mrs'Robert Hendry who trained ,1 jshurch for Christmas. Plans were and Mrs. Bill Lee will be afternoon honoring the faculty of of the year for students at Mel, Edward Campbell and Phillip Anderson -
"the boys and girls. made tc send baskets to shut-ins moving any day now into their Melrose High Sjchool. It was given rose. The classes held their Christ.j with 10 points each. Mel-
This coming Sunday evening.,I for Christmas. new home which they have built ai Mrs. Gaboardi's home. mas parties and exchanged gifts. : rose's ace cagers Cooper and 0- I I EACH THURSDAYAT
Dec: 2T,',the- young College Students '. St. Anne's Episcopal Church behind the Drive In Theatre, on The group was served fruit cake, i i Wednesday afternoon the faculty : Steen just couldn't seem to ring ,
from the Church will be i ir I Sunday evening the younger Lake Brooklyn.Mrs. mints and Christmas cookies. I was honored with a tea i irI I the basket with their shots and
chargeof the service. The pubicis i children of St. Anne's gave a delightful Anna C. Furry is spending Honor RollMelrG"e I I I the Home Economics building. ;' only scored 15 points apiece to
:invited: to attend. Christmas Pageant depicting Christmas with her daughter and High School Principal, Twenty Home EC. Students seneti I;lead their team. : STARKE HARDWARE CO.
,Tuesday evening, at 7:30, Dec. the Christmas Story. Cast family Mr. and Mrs: H. L. Moran Ciarence Holden has announcedthat i, as hostesses. The faculty presentee<:I \ It was double heartbreak for i
22,';the Sunday School ,hadtheia of characters included Ken Nooney Jr. and children. Mrs. Furry 58 pupils are on the Honor principal Clarence Holden with a l Melrose fans as they watched the 12:30 P.M. TQ 6:00 P.M.
Christtt".as,party and Santa Claus the Inn Keeper; Christy Newman is from Wilmington. Del. Roll at Melrose High for the sec- desk set and Mrs. Jane Menzen. Mrls team also go down to defeat -
was thereto amuse the children.. his wife: Billy O'Connor,, Ms. Sam Gardner arrived home:: ond six weeks of the first semei secretary with a billfold. Wil- 44-38. Anne Childs was top .
Several the departments tool k Joseph: Beth Jackson. Mary: Ann i I from Charleston. W. Va. o i &ter. In order to be on the honor liam Odem. General Supervisor o f scorer for the night with 21 ; For
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part and a good"time was had ball ;y I Baylor. Angel with Baby: Mar-, Thursday. Her father. Mr. H. L. roll a student has to make all Putnam County was also present" points. Virginia! Ford led the Melrose Appointments
: II garet LaMee. Karen Newman..o I Cotton has been in a Chalestor i A's and B's for the six weeks. i i Members of the faculty goin lassies with 19. A Merry : JACKSONVILLE -- EV 7-1141 Collector
Last week, the T. E. L. Clahad ss!! Gretchen: Newman, Judy Wise,, hospital for surgery. He left the i Those making it this time were: away for the holidays include: I Christmas!
their Christmas party at to e I and Chen Christoffers, Host of f'I i nospital this week and is doing;; twelfth grade. Margaret Ro 'ster. Mrs. Elizabeth Andrews. Sout} Once again it is that time of STARKE WO 4-5311
home of Mrs. Ruth Haire. MrsIrene ;' Angels: and Jerry Johnson and l fine now. Pat Preston Beth Pierce and Jan-Carolina: Mrs. Stephenson, Nortl 1 year to wish each and every one I
>Russell gave the devotiona 1 1 Zachary Wise, as Shepherds. Mrs. Rose McGibbons of De- et Weaver: eleventh grade. Sandra ': Carolina: Besanceney.\ Pen,- of you a Merry Christmas. With "If It's A Quality Home .
with ajCfnspiring talk on the "Lif,e r Christmas Eve services will begin -. Kalb. Ill. is spending the holiday s;; Ridaught and Carol Hansen: tenth nsylvania: Mrs. Bridenbach. Cali,- so much good will and Christmas
of Mary the Mother of Jesus." at 11:30 p. m. this evening. with her brother Jim Holcin, on I ; Joe Pete Angle and Jeanette. fornia: Mrs. Jerry Jackson. Missi,- spirit around this is just about It's A Jim Walter Home"
"Silent Night, Holy Night" wa S Services will be at 10:00: a. m. Spring Lake. Ahrano;; ninth Virginia Ford, fippi; Mrs. Janetides Indiana- the brightest time of the year.
sImg and Bible verses were repeatrd. Christmas morning. Holy Com- Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thorson. also I 1 Margaret Slade. and Elaine Sam- .polls. Indiana: Mrs- Ayleen Smith Its' a shame it can's reach over OTHER OFFICES:
Following this games wer e munion will be given at 7:30: Sat-'I of De Kalb. 111., are expected tc I i on. and seventh, Joann Eichels-,I Daytona Beach: Mrs. EdwanBIShop. I into the rest of the year. I hope UUALA GAINESVILLE I'ALATKA
played and gifts exchanged froi:r1 nrday morning. Communion foi arrive this week to spend. thei o sderfer, Gayle Cross Martha ii Tampa and Mr. Jamc: you all enjoy Christmas in its true
a beautifully lighted tree.Ddiciou IS Shut-ins will be taken to them or i holiday with Jim Holcin too. Scott. Wilma Gardner. Cathy i Beck Live Oak. meaning. By the way don't get
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THURSDAY, DEC. 24, 1959 BRADFOBD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLOHIDA PA Evwj"7 :: NL*
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.&&&&&&&&&&&&&.&&&A&&&. and Mrs. Roy Highnote. and other \ill e. tending this meeting were Mrs. ",sons Carl and Jimmie McDonald l 1.1 cnit Court of Bradford County,
K!,.r.da. in C an,- ry. by Eugene
relatives. Mrs. Morris Carter and son I,I Irene Griffis, Mrs Elva Kirkland, !are spending the Christmas hou-II"r.I .y Hirt and Mary L. Dirt his

LAWTEYJlj Johnny Jenkins and son, of: Morris Jr., left Monday of this: Mrs. Jewell Redding, Mrs. Rossie aays with us. Our daughterinlastayed \7i ". to legally adopt Allen Smith.
a m.nor child; and you are herebyrequired
Jacksonville, were business visitorsat week to spend the Christmas Reddish, Mrs. Annie Rosier, Mrs. I to see the doctor Mondaj r. to be and appear In said
Biz Court and Cause on January 13.
Joyce T. Fate ..
i ;: the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. holidays with Mrs. Carter's parents Louise Rosier and Mrs. Lillie Mor She will return to Jacksonvill e 13fiO. at 10:00 o'clock A. M. and to
&A&&AAA&AAA AAA Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Daven. I then and there how cause why peed -
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uaauaa Anders and family, on Monday. Monday afternoon accompamei
port of Bedford Va. gan.Mr. I I titmr\ 'honld not be granted. If yon
Harvey-Hart Marriage Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode, m and Mrs. Leslie McClellan by your reporter. fail to do fo. the allegations of said
Well guess that's all for thi spent the weekend in Sanford with In Tbr ClrrvK r..en Of Iiradf.Ma
Miss Catherine Hart daughterof : and son of Gainesville were weekend time, may the good Lord bleach :) Mr. and Mrs. Burchfield :Miller. Mr. Webb of Jacksonville was i THt'tmn will be taken as confessed
I Allen Hart, and Lacy Harvey, hunting guest of Rev. J. E. Norman ._ :'Y y"u.Th .
guests at ice home of her of you. bye now.
Rev. and Mrs- J. E. Norman and .,. order and notice shall hpnl
I son of Mnand Mrs. Dewey Harvey parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore.UEILBRONN son. James, will be visiting friends I II Saturday afternoon. Sunda:;y ,!It.hed in four i=urcej'jve' weekiv -
of Macclenny, were married In I a ..YVYVVVyVyyyyVVvYyvvvEVERGREEN ,I { guests were Barbara and Su e i!<"Uf'I!! of Kradford County Telegraph
and relatives in Bushnell Fla. for commencing December 3. 155'
quiet ceremony at the Hart residence Brice of Columbia, S. C. .
amen
I m.m.n..rt the Christmas holidays. They will II r\I.)
"S ,: last Saturday evening. Rev .Wllnt' my hand and the seal of
Paul Crawford of Starke officiated leave( on Wednesday evening after bard Court this 30th day of Novem1 -
l{ prayer meeting. Brother Cecil I I 1 -a. A. I> 1S5!
O1 I For her wedding the bride wore Crawford will take Rev. Norman's' The State Of Florida To Lego y's. rHAULES A, DARBY
:a dress of Navy lace over pinksatin. By Mrs. Sybil Griffis I' Smithn: it '*;ircuit Court of Bradforda
By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy uaaaa.aaau.r..a1.aHowdy place on Sunday. ar her"by notified thatpetition ountr Florida
has b-on riI.-d in the Cii
Your correspondent's grand- r- ir/3 4t iI! '
: Among the 50 guests attendin ..yy.......... ........ Folks. We hope you I _
the wedding and reception were won't forget our New Year's ---

We're sending our Best the following from out of town: Howdy Neighbors. A very Merry Watch service at the Evergreen .

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward of LiveOak Christmas to you and yours. Baptist Church. Everyone is invited -- """"-f.tt ,.'-""
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harvey We hope I to help us welcome in the .,-- 1.W
X11 holiday..and you were among those ..
Wishes for a happy mtj Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Harvey, attending the Heilbronn Christmas New Year. The service will start 4, ,p

and Bill Starling, all of Macclen. program held at the church Friday at 8 p. m- and continue until a- /

every good thing cone your wtyl I ny, Mis. Johnny Anderson of f evening. As author of the poetry bout 1 a. m. Sv&aS'

Jacksonville Mrs. Lennie Anderson and the 2-act play, "Christmas on Among those who enjoyed the
J \ of Mascott, and Freeman Hodges the Island of Piau", I would like I Christmas buffet supper at the ,

and son of Starke. to name and acknowledge each of home of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mizcll

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey will reside yw u for your wonderful perform- in Lake Butler Friday night were ....!v< fMkk
11n Macclenny where Mr. Harve ance but due to our limited col- Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gaskins, Mr. -; &
employed. and Mrs. Robert McClellan Mr.
I umn space I will be unable to do
PersonalsMr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp, Mr. and
so. However, I would like to say
and Mrs. Louie Wainwright; whether your part was the smallest Mrs. McRae. Mr. and Mrs. Joe .

I and family of Avon Park arrived l or one of the leads in the big McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde i

Monday for ,a holiday visit with I play, the program wouldn't have Griffis Mr. and Mrs. Leon Par-

.- ----. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truby: 'been complete without you. I truly nsh Mr. and Mrs. Box, Mr. and
'- -- Wainwright, and Mrs. Leona Ed- thank you all, not only for your Mrs. Searing, Mr. Croft Mr. and
Wards. Mrs. Skip Woodington Roy Rob
talents but for your patience, understanding -
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wells of and
and willingness to do erts Terry Futch and friend 4.
Mobile, Ala. are visiting his mother whatever you could to make our Mr. and Mrs. Alvarez. Everyone
Volley// Starling'sGrocery Mrs. Mae Wells, and sister, program a success. enjoyed a wonderful evening.Mrs. .
Mis. Martha Bales. Lois Hinson of Jackson
We were very happy to see our .. '
Friends will be glad to hear many visitors from our neighboring ville was the weekend guest of Mr. :a ;. t.f your

& Market that Ed Durban returned from churches enjoying the congregational nnd Mrs. Earl Mosley and Carol Christmas giving

Bradford County Hospital on Mon- singing of carols, the Jean. ntttn jfttrt
day. They will be grieved to knowthat program and the arrival of Mr. Mrs. J. E. Norman and your reporter of modem.
John Brown and L. P. Rafuseare had a business session with
Starke, Fla. l.thrGvingELECTRICALLYI-
and Mrs. Santa Claus. Rev. OtisT.
patients In Starke hospitals.Miss Jones Pastor, and the entire the WMS ladies Thursday. At-
Christine Griffis and Terry
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membership invites you and your "'
Futch attended the buffet -
supper family to worship with us often. "'1'I \ '
given for State Road Department
Mrs. Russell Redding has re-
employees in Lake Butler last Fri- ..
turned home after visiting sev- ,
day night. eral days with her son and family $
Mrs. Mattie Carter and family ; : .
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Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reddingof
of Jacksonville were visiting Mr. ., ...,,...:....:-<-.EE.... ". ....
WiMwood. Mrs. Redding was 11I--E.="- -/ii..': .il ..:."...:.:...:w: t A':r...

and Mary:Mrs.Reddish Allan last Carter weekend.and Mrs. called ness of to her Wildwood grandchildren.due to She the ill-reports I ::?> i1tiili ff t. -1 (3 TT TTA

Mrs. Mabel Peterson, of Chicago .
they are better and on the : i> < :::.: ::'.:4:: .'4. GIVE NEW Q.elJfJt k 1
returned to her home Saturday &., :::::: :<: *:: ::> I WATER HEATER
road to recovery. 1
alter visit with her niece, Miss.( :
Dorothy a Swanbom.Mr. Mr.Jacksonville end Mrs.visited Clinton with Normanof Mr. Ii ;:flli.l t r3# tho Lighten her work with an Automatic Electric ..

and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Norman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. !Ii -?;I {!J Water Heater. Oceans of piping hot water at the
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were Sunday guests of Mr. and Frank Norman, Sunday. r 'i' 4 turn of a tap. Free from pilot lights, venting, t -
Mrs. George Roberts and familyin Jack- II
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Little Sonny Henson
Tallahassee. Little Ricky Rob- soot and offensive odors.
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sonville is spending the holidays
erts came home with his grandparents and 4
with his grandparents, Mr. ;
and will stay until Thurs- Mrs. E. C. Ernie Johns and
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day.Mr. family.
and Mrs. Horace Cox. of Mrs. Lois Cox's children. Marilyn GIVE A MODERN AUTOMATIC .'. n _
Santa Fe, visited Mr. and Mrs.P. .
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and Pearson of the Universityof I I
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L. Dinkins on Saturday.Mrs. \ 'Brighten her days with cooler,faster, r
Florida in Gainesville are home 2i ,:
Mamie Futch and Floyd TO OUR k:1:: cleaner, free-and-easy cooking...with *..%..,. '1. for the holidays. = .. -
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l sad as Sunday guests Mrs. Paul Weekend guest of the R. L. Mor-' FRIENDS! : fingertip control and flameless safety. ;>:.:::'"y&e it
Smith and Mrs. Beulah Revel of MANY ,..
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Faye Morgan of Jacksonville. "t t! .. "- .. :*.. : .
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Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. P'UYlIIJUI ." ;: '

r sons and Mr-visited and Mrs.Mrs. Thelma Earl Collins Kelly in Reddish's. L. (Bill nice) Reddish and husband were ,Mrs.Mr.. J}):}: f ("It..\\... '"- Your Electric Appliance J.;:;'i'.h i.'I i. .,.

Gainesville on Sunday. and Mrs. M. L. Beach of Jackson- Dealer Today. There'I No Match ., t.-
Mr. and MrsM.. Turner spent i for Electric Living i:;.." (
Sunday in Arlington with Mr.and -
Mrs. Wayne Turner: and daugh- BEST vj/ Williams Jewelry _
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ter.Mr.. and Mrs. Cylde Hiatt and WISHESfftf Starke, Fla. _
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Mrs. C. W. Thomas and son and .
Miss Diann Thomas were Friday
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overnight guests of Mr and Mrs. dM.
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Mac McKinney in Jacksonville.Cecil .

and Stanley McKenny returned -
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home with them for a visit.

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum of .

Palatka the weekend with
spent
Charley E. Johns Agency their parents Mr. and Mrs. Eu- r

gene Pierson and Mr. and Mrs.

GENERAL INSURANCE Tom W. Tatum.

Miss Elizabeth Terry left Mon- 4 ...T.flj .
Starke, Fla aay for Tallahassee where she will

spend the holidays with her bro-

ther-in-law and sister Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Wyrick. She and Miss

Mary Julia Futch will attend the

marriage of Miss Judith Clark and '
Don Brandeis on Tuesday evening. May the ,innlh of this c f D s J T

Miss Elizabeth Tatum of Gain-
Christmas Staso
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holidays with her parents, Mr. and Abound in jour borne ,, sR Y .f
Mrs. T. W. Tatum.

Twenty members of the First Throughout the ,var.Lawson's .
Baptist Church, among whom was
Mrs. Mary Reddish, the oldest
member of the church, were in

Baldwin Sunday afternoon to attend Grocery & Market
the ordination of their pastor -
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Tommy L. Howe, at Orange
Street Baptist ChurchMrs. .
A. J. Phillips and Danny,
with James Phillips and daughter

of Starke were in Callahan on .
Thursday evening for a Pre- ;i"

Christmas dinner at the home of
1 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips and x

sons. _
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sapp and

4 daughter of Jacksonville, were %,'/ ,,-

Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ; .
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Arthur Pearce. :
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Mrs. Harry Taylor and Mrs. eti f r.tt
, James Saunders, of Middleburg, \
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1 1I 1I I spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. ,<

I Rudolph Sapp. -' .. J t
\ Locke'and Mrs. Doro- __ L
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TO OUR MANY FRIENDS thy Williamson of Jacksonville Irwen '''F .,5' ;(;t :

visited Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Eunice / .
and son and Mrs. Selma Euniceon 1 .i.
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1 Saturday. .
I .. :Mrs. Jack Pons and family, of
, \ 1 r THE r Tallahassee. ., are visiting her par-

ents Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red- .

Life & Accident dish. .
Independent
\ Mrs. ,;; E. Strickland of Gainesville -
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Insurance Company night guest of her sister Miss :
Elizabeth Terry.

Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Sapp were : :
-'. FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.
129 S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla. in Jacksonville on Monday for a .
visit with Mr. and Mrs. HenryBennett. '
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Jo\
left Saturday for Miami where

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total of 1.501 for the three day R Jenkin! reporter. lust meeting for 1959. Please ob- er

NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED ; session. The Sunday mass meetingwas Fiesta Club >i.>.\'e the following schedule of Home For Holidays '
The annual Christmas party will weekly activities: Monday. 6:45 Miss Joan Jenkins, a freshmanat
rh.. I held at Wilder Recreation
; ,I be held in Pleasant Grove on pan. Faithful Few Club: Tuesday. Florida A&B University School'
1 CITIZENS. OF BRADFORD COUNTY ,: Center. Mr. McCollum extended Saturday January 2 which will bea 6:45: p.m. Choir rehearsal: Wed- of Nursing; and Miss Betty Jean

4 I. the invitation to the Starke people combination of New Years cele- nesday. 6:45: p.m.. Prayer meeting: Jenkins a junior at Florida N & I

By Ozora Shell i iAW1lAAA I II I ; for this meeting. 17 delegates bration. President William Holland.i i i Friday.: 6:45: pm.. Prayer Ban Memorial College at St. Aujai.tjne rlstmas

.. AlAA1/WA.IUALUAAiAWAI& U.. W.AUU from Starke attended.-staff re- end Vice-President Ethel Young! LIOn't fciget Watch meeting ser a.t home for Christmas.
3 I i porter. \ J ij. asking the cooperation of all vices. You are always invited witha
''Cheer Leaders sill to be done on earth." 'The 1'i ncmbe in getting ready for this full welcome to worship with U.i. TTTTYYYTYYYYYTTWTYYTTYlPINE

The tenth glade class. sponsored .nole earth will be affected by' Christmas Party affair. The business manager and JlarylcBri.:e. reporter.

by coaches Butler and Shell, God's v ill being done." declared ,' The DuPont Trail Ridge plant ther members are making exten- Free ChristmasIot"ie: LEVEL
recently; organized a cheering Thompson. "The continued living held their annual Ciirisonas party and
'! M.-e preparations to make this a !j The community churches
"quad. The initial is as folrows of every man. woman. and child for the children of the em- '
group
w gala affair. Please submitOU: J clubs of Starke and the management MrH.. M. MrKue a
i*. : Elaine Pinion, Mary McBride depends upon God and how each" i ;ployees at RJE high school last guest list to the president at onceso I of the Reno Theatre will .....................&. s
"*' and Margie 1 reacts to the will of God. Saturday night. According to Clarence -
Evelyn Young ;person that adequate preparation win'have' the annual free movie and
.: L velson. During 1960 the group Thompson pointed out to his audience DcSue 35 children' and the be made. For further information j I Christmas party on Monday. Dec. Mr. and Mis. J. W. McRae were

a. plans to support the teams with that "the big question is following adults attended: Mes- rail Claience DeSue on old Law-1l1S.: at 1:00 p.m. All children in caiied,;: to Scott borC'- Ala. last
*w" cheers and pep: songs at home when we react favorably and do ames Beatrice DeSue. Daisy Da-i i tey Road. listed in your phone di- the community are invited to at- !:jUr d33<' because of the death of

.and away from home. Principal the will of God," The meeting;: wascesigned i is. Jame Dell. Horace Dean and' ;-'Ctory. Mr.-:. Gloria Graham Is tendAll kinds of Christmas lIrs.I -Rae's mother. Mrs- Vol-

' Eddie Thompkins commended this to help stimulate the Ben McDougald. Mr. Arthurman home for the holidays after sev- goodies and gifts for boys and ie> Wheeler. formerly of Hampton.
1}son served as Santa Claus. Mrs. Wheeler died at her hove
group on the fine school preaching methods of the witnesss -
very ral months in college. Dottie and girls will be given away and a
spirit exhibited in this decision and to assist each one in im- Many lovely sifts were received by Michele will spend the holidaysin lull length movie will be shown m Scotch oro on Thursday. Dec

.md has granted them permissionto i jiTOvun: his teaching ability. It .he children Goodies included Starke after several months in nee. Last year this was one of 10 after a long illness. She was .
travel with the team ;consisted of discourses demon- ice cream cold drinks, and cook- Fort Pierce with maternal grand- fie projects the American Legion !burn in Gainesville. Ga. on Aug- rr ; : '.TP.\ .\ '.T

Training Workshop I citations and workshops on the ies. Special thanks to Mr. Milton parents. Post and Auxiliary 314 of Starke ust 18.1874. Her parents were the

According to a recent release ':practical aspect of the ministry. ior having made these arrangements New Bulletin Board The activity has expanded and is late Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Latta.

from the Times-Union Jehovah's Host mmister was John L. Stephens. and to the Newport Company The class of 1960 has purchased bein supported by other business- :UiS. Wheeler is survived by her BROWNLEE b

Witnesses recently ended a three Calling the meeting a success : for this very wonderful 4i lovely bulletin board which will is and clubs in the community. !hu>banci: a daughter. Mrs. J.V..
day meeting. Nearly 622 delegates he said: that more than 140 delegates arty, and Mr. Thompkins, principal ,i kt-ep you informed of school acti- Parents are urged to send chil- McRae of Starke: a son. John & CHASTEEN

from 19 congregations in Florida volunteered as carpenters. of RJE for allowing us to;, vities. Currently the basketball dren to this show and party L*>ita Wheeler of Scottsouro. Ala.; ..

and South Georgia were in attend- cooks electricians typists and use the school rafetonum. All per- :.chedule; of home games appears Christmas! Saving Club .M.ven grandchildren and five .
stnce. Starke was well represented. !enpral laborers: serve the as- ocns; present reported a most de- I on the board. If you did not clip I The Carnation Social Club is al- ",eat giandchildien.Funeial Shepherd'sRadio

James A. Thompson Jr. district sembly. They served more than huhtful evening. | the schedule ., Club and wishes to service conduct!
that was published o a Savings was \ & TV

supervisor iety. discussed of the"When Watchtower is God's So- fulltime 100 meals ministers.many of There them was free to a Carnation The Carnation Club Social Saving m the paper several weeks age, :mite new members Persons to join interested: men at the Baptist Church of Pizsah, 1////II/ f 1/1\, / \ \ \\\
you car. now get it from the new ind women. Starke. Fla.
Club call have their annual Ala. by Rev. Johnson of Pizgah
- bulletin board at the front en- !nay come to the first meeting in -
Christmas party at Club Eldorado ..nd Rev. Penny 01 Rosalie.! Ala.
I trance of RJE. Plan now to follow January at the home of Mrs. -
Jacksonville. Florida on Monday \ -
in the Tigerettes of RJE to a cham- Irene Thomas on North Street. Interment was in the cemetery
December 8th. 1959. All :
( pionship role in the conference. There are many interesting features adjomuig the church.
members are asked to contact
!i CHURCH NEWS of this club that will bring:
President! Brooks and the committee i -.
\ Ebenezer Baptist Church. j ioy and happiness throughout the EiECTROLttl'Vacuums.
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: so that adequate provisions
Rev. E. D. Robinson, pastor. held yearFor example your secret
will t>e made for guests.! Do not :; Wafers. Scrubbers,
services on Sunday starting with sister or brother will give: you
wait until the last minute to register For Free Home Demonstration -
''Sunday School at 10:30: a. m. u-eful; gifts during the year, club
or submit your list. The first !Supt.> Henry Bryant in charge. si>ters and brothers will honor you Call Carr; Garner. Locai M
meeting for 1960 will be held at rF
During the morning worship hour on sour birthday, and you will be Sales Representative at
home of Mrs. Irene Thomas .,
the .
ti'e pastor gave a "re-cap" on able to share with this club in \\ o 4-1265; ./
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in North Street. All members are
"Good News" found in the Sunday community charity. Don't wait -
asked to please be present. Alma [
School lesson. Carols were sung until they close" the ;::ate. Join at
I -I the first meeting on Jan. 4, 19*>0.
by the choir. At 3:00: p.: m. the

Federation meeting was held at The regular meeting nights are .. . ...... .. ":' :' :: :: :::'..\
i Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, first and third Mondays. Mrs. / .. .. .
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\ / Keystone Heights, Florida, Rev. Wilhelmena Biooks. president. All.aa ..............- '. '.
lr J. C. Wise, pastor. A total of $48 I R. Jenkins leporter.

1-i I Ii i was raised. Music was furnished ( American Legion Meeting

I I by: Mr. Edward; Mayo of Daytona I The regular meeting of the

,! Beach, Florida, Hardrick Taylor: American Legion Post 314. and
/cc//IVZ Elmer! R. Shell and Ozora Shell 1" Auxiliary will meet at RJE on s

; who also presented a short talk j Sunday. Jan. 3. at 2 p.m. Commander -
on "Lets Keep Christmas." Mini- Julius Royal and President

-' ? ,fit .>trr.- present included Rev. Otis I Ltona M. Royal are asking all
V. Arnold, George W. Lee. J. C. Wise I members to please be present and

r J ; :: i and E. D. Robinson president i jcn time for the first meeting in

:Mrs. Bertis Robinson is secretary i{ tne new year. Gwendolyn Marshall
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*or the Federation. The next !i .-eportcrI .

meeting; will be held at Ebenezer New Bethel Baptist Church ,; .,
Jl Baptist Church and the sermon I Ilev. A. B. Vmon, pastor will

l will be delivered: by Rev. Wise; I have regular pastorial services on
rew pastor at Keystone. Plan now j Sunday starting with Sunday jv1wu1

'0 hear him on the third Sunday 1 School at 9:30 a.m. Milton E11t -

aiternoon in January in Starke.; i on. Supt. Morning worship at

During the evening worship hour I 11 ::00 am., with music by choir ClvJsk .J) *
the Pastors Aid Club presented *
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; Xo. I. Miss! Lottie English in
cial Christmas which
i program
; marge. Evening service at 7 p. m. oul t'trkU :
1ai/iitAFarmer's !ncludcd carols by the choir and
/ readings from the following: Mes- | Ah members are asked to attend

I dames Essie Perdue Elouise Haw- ;!I and bnng friends. Remember all } {)I| $,t MM lEa.'vtvL'v { 1C

OyG .I kins. Grace Long. Ruby Clark,I our sick and shut-in members and 1
Bertis Robinson. Mary Perdue. .
friends. Pauline Marshall. report-
Koch Drug Store Gwendolyn Robinson. Mildred I

i I i Griffin solo, Ranell English, collection -

Starke, Fla. | by: Leroy Long and Harold 4- K.G.DUNCANStandard Starke Builders Supplies, Inc.

The Supply I, Mitchell. Many visitors were present _
which included Mrs. Flossie Oil
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I Mitchell, Allen Chapel AME -

t I Church: Mesdames Truely Allen,
I Arata Williams I I
and Sister Sarah 1
ot Antioch Baptist Church. Re-

-Ii-. c.fA marks were made by Rev. Lee. At 4r
... t I -he close of the program President

. Ranell English presented a cash rI I frt y GOD

!rift from the club members and

sOt i1 friends of more than $21.00. The i

. Deaconess Board presented a gift I f1r

< \a> star s I of $7.00. The choir sang "Merry I J :k II
; II I Christ r.as" to the pastor in the I
tane of "Happy Birthday To You."

. Rev. Robinson thanked the membership i v
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< ficant day in his two years as pasta !
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[. All members and friends are
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. ity -Watch Meeting" at Mt. Pisgah ,
. ? *\ t A.M.E. Church, Rev. Grimmage. i
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pastor. Christmas
Sun- j
program
. day. 7:00 pm. Sunday School in

. L e'3 'LT chanje. Ranell English, reporter.
.4 $ Antioch Baptist Church will

. have the Sunday School Christ

y :vas program at 3 o'clock Sunday-
:! k Ia I The program committee includes I 4

Mrs. Mable J. Lee chairman, Emma I Ii

I Williams, Arata Williams, Lou- i
; Gene LongTax
iza Blown. Ozora Shell. Gladys i I
Spring and Truely Allen. The ,i. A .
.. % Ixr'y' general public is invited to come I Assessor ; : 1! q AABD :

\ out and enjoy this program. Arata I i

., ) hILL Williams, reporter. I 11111111.
) First Born Temple. Elder Flaz --

Howard. pastor. will hold !'services -
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. uiioughout the day starting with -:;; "'-'
a a JfteP1e # ..'4
. .- Sunday School. At 8:00 pm. a .' ,
k? (J1. aF s -........:._: r .
:i program will be rendered by "The ; :..s-: .. ....-.. ...
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Nc4'v : Gospel Crusaders" of Jacksonville. -..-_'----,...-..c"--...--_--"- i4;\.; .'..-..'
. r + t Come one! Come all! Hear these oo' -:;a-: ::;;; :"- r' ''i'.
*. I II I great singers. Admission free. W ek :: : .:: :'. =
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&t: ke t Stn/ig.: reporter. I : ,
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; Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church will I .
. pI esent the Christmas program to- .
. ;uf ht. Christmas Eve. Mother N- 1

. I I. Pullum and others have been i

working very hard to make this BL-8SS YOU

grogram a real treat for all who
i-ttend-
Regular services will be held on !

I Sunday starting with Sunday n
II School at 10 a.m.. Supt. Irene Horsedrown
LY41116' I I carriages thing of
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E Thomas in charge; morning wor- --- ."'"" _a.r:
snip at 11 am; 3 pm. Choir Un- **' -

Hi which includes: Mt. Pisgah I the past, but wishngour good friends>

. South Clenny.Starke Mt. Zion.: Allen Lawtey Chapel.Don't Mc- May you enjoy peace -f I 4 i- .. Mi-; A. _. _.

t12'SUPPLIES miss this musical treat. Evening and happiness during fe everywhere. a Christmas will never
: service at 6 pjn. This is the last I -

tvii trustee day for 1959. Chairman the coming New Year. be out of style. ,
Eddie Thompkins is asking all I -

i Members to see class leaders and _
keep your financial promise. E. # *

. Givens Bethlehem, reporter.Freewill Baptist will i EDWARD'S GROCERY & MARKET ''"

hold Sunday School at the usual DeWitt C. Jones i
J & J BUILDERS [ Inc. hour .
on Sunday. All members are i MR. AND MRS. JACK EDWARDSt iti
Director
. asked to come and bring the children -d ; rfU11eral' .

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THURSDAY,, DEC. 21..1939 h_ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: ; STARK! FLORIDA MOB CLEtlA

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vvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy return to Salvador, Bahia Brazil weekend. ; Jacksonville Monday. all <>f Lots 41. 4:. 53. 36: and th! into each week fir four conseeutite .

to lesume work as a mission- Miss Connie Hill We regret that Mrs. Junior Mos- :North Half of Lots .. and i$ of w-eka in the Bradford County Telegraph I
of
Douglas, ..
Section U of \Vo dlawn according .
; a publish
HAMPTON ary with the Child EvangelisnFtilowship ley has been ill and patient newspaper in,
a in
'vVyo., arrived Saturday to visit to the plat or map th-r"r Prmifird ""i> nty. FlorHa and having
there. Miss Sweene: the Doctors Hospital in Starke. dppraring of record in the pub a generalir<- ) .. inWitness said 1
had been in Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. HomeT J-i; records of Bradford County "'..lInl\ .
On. D. E. inn&Ala&Va&U&aN&&a.a. since th g We wish her a speedy recovery. Florida in
By Plat Book I, at Pap1 my hand as Clerk. <>{ sail 1
end of September to be with he and son James for the Christmas; i Rev- W. O. Mathis of Jacksonj j 1:. an.1mbrilldnlt the :South Half Cir.-uit Court and the seal of sad

mother Mrs. May Sweeney, during holidays.h ;, vile wag a dinner guest of Mr.I of'i ) the nf Northwest;tlie Southwest rt.T'"uarl..r'S" INV ,'Il'in; ; -: / r .

Mr. andlMrs.. Ellis, Campbelland her illness and until her deat] Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Williams and and Mrs. Oscar Harris and family'! I(1 : the West Half of tneNorthwest 133%

last month.J. sons will arrive Sunday. |I Quarter! <.V\V ) of ,, 'i ,.'TIT COPKT FF.CHAlll.Kjs" % .\\.>
baby daughter of Washington today (Thursday:!] the Northwest Quarter .:\w', ) ; .\. DAKI'.Y.
D. C. visited with her parents. Mr. i W. Home Billy Home an
and Mis. J. B. Prevatt Hampton : Richard May were in Jacksonviili e J. W. Homes. i i son. Earl Jr., and Nathan Cannon' : the North Half of the Southwest lra near
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Quarter (S\Vi Ie' of the Th;'run .\. Yawn. Jr.
last week. Monday. Billy Home arrived home fro l'went to Staike Sunday and visited SrumueHt Quarter tSVV, ). and Ait TfH-y for Plaintiff; *

Mf and Mrs. C. L. Sheeley planto Mr. and Mrs. Leland Beden Homestead AFB for the holidayse Mrs. Ann Mosley in the hospital the North Half of the South Half "'..st Office t>ra..er 7S1Srarkf. !
baugh and J. W. Bedenbaugh of the Southwest Quarter LaCit FUTida. 8
spend Christmas day in Gain- wer mere. j of the Svtithn-eM Vtuarter tf.f $\\ '. ) 1:-1; it :i.: g _
esville at the home of their sis in Gainesville shopping on Mon i- ...aa..a............... We were! glad to see all of the | Section l>. TownMnp Svmth.. ,I _

ter-in-law Mrs. C. D. Tillis and day.Mr. Maxville students play a very good' J"go !! F..t.
fiCETIX;S You hereby n.>- I
and Mrs. Emory Brown an d: MAXVILLE game of basketball last Friday : : are tk
h'is
r vith.other. members of the family- iif d that a suit in equity lx.en iy
M i. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin and .children plan to spend Christma:S night when they played with'': 'brought acam.o ><'ti and each of
day in Gainesville with Mr. f By Mrs. C. B. Nolan you and also asaint Bnt.Hurd
ant: Baker High. The girl and bo s''alsity .
daughter1 left Tuesday to spend I ] ,:Ount). political nulxlixision < fth

Christmas with relatives in Stewart Mrs. Charles Snowden.Mr. ............... ....AA \ team won their games. The i state <.f KI"ri".. a" delrnrfantbr -..
and Mrs. Richard i I R. I_ K-ddish and his wife Margaret -
Miss-' May anc: B team was defeated but played i i
C. -cldish. plaintiffs in the
daughter of Homestead, arri".eiia..t d Mrs. Hattie Nolan Mrs. D. i
: J good ball.C1LL. and that
Mrjuid Mrs. M. F. Lee of Titus- : | aboverntitlcd Court cane:
weekend to spend Christma:s Parrish and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw the rl"iic.fQughl in aid I'uitI.* to v
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vJlle Mr. and 'Mrs. Joe McKowen
; I .I Ivu'ls from and t" quilt
in Hampton with their parents;5, visited with Bob Nolan in a De- remove ICU: A VERY
and John of Oakland. N. J.; andH. t FOR BIDS!' and confirm the plaintiffs"I title '" I
I of \ir.. and Mrs. C. L. May and Mr:. ( bnd h C. Green and Joan O'Grady ,
and Mrs. J. W. Home. glad to hear that Bob is at of Bradford County Florida Ind-f.:"I"r.\ .... inii,U- title tht-rejo V M JUur
; Jacksonville are spending the will nv ri\e !sealed] bids at 10:00 0'i i ag.lit: Ill. riaiie. ..I' you and ea Wayne Matchett of Long IslandN. IJ i home now ana feeling better l'H! k. th t
I h'.iidays in Hampton with Mr. and on morning of January of )ou. and to enjoin each vf you
Y. arrived on Wednesday t o Mrs. Dan Hargroves and daughe I.". t!' :n. in the Cotirtronm. in thr from as.-rtinz any ri;:hl. Uini.. i i< :\1H: : \It:
and children.
Mrs. W. A. .Saxon 'urthouse. for ... ..
all X 2 Diesel Fuel title or interest in and t anti of i
spend: Christmas weekend hen! ter. M.nnie: and Miss Virginia I and Tractor .. t
Oil.
/ Raleigh Brannen and son Ardel I the al re:>!ai with his family the M. M. Match Cannon visited; in Jacksonville last The County Equipment wTil pick "ulnm"II-rd. order" and r<'- BARKSDALE'SDept. L
pent last weekend in Lakeland tm at the f ,.,,
'edne.sday. 1.1'| hulk! 5tatk qairrd: tw file your nrittyn an --r -I-
with the'Dennis Brannens. pits. Don Pearson of St. Peters- The bid hail \>f tnad as w> ntnchw or deft ns-s t" the ,-..nt|,Iaitit in saidcau i f \, -
I Friends of Mutt Harris will beery 3-l' th* pr"'ailmp retail price of' e III th- sulfur ..r underfifiii-- \ 1 Store .i' .
Visiting near Hampton Sunday I If burgh was a weekend guest at th. iti.j.fi Fuel and Trartor Oil. ; ed Cierk ,..r.iol ,',.urt at JUark-. \\

with; Mis. J- L. Williams were Mr. I Ia.id '!fatchett home last weekend an i' home from overseas duty in Gerr. -,, '1'1.- an0111.1 I oard rwrvtt all bid4.the right toireert fore::ra.Ir.rdo"I.n'Use I -th day. Floridan..f January.,'T|!lt-vv! ,,

Mrs. Faye Durban and daughter. '1 plans to be here on Christmas da many with the U. S. Army and 1, ISE.\LI: and' tsr trv a ......y tlierwf oil Stijrke( Fla. Starke
I I Charles A. Darby Clerk Theron _\. Yawn. Jr. plaintiffs"atto.Tiey.
f all of Lawtey. I I Miss Connie Sweeney of Gainesville has received his honorable di sHe U 17 :t i.24 I whos addres- I,,: I .. si Radio & TVpeetiig4
charge. served in the army for I'I'st t ffie I'ta\\('1' i'l'larke.
Miss Norma Sweeney left Pain-!| will be an overnight gusttchett t :- Florida. i I
two years.Mr. CAM. I'OH RID I I! i!
j "_"cvillA on.. Wednesday! last week to I nffis.,. <: Barbara Ma thtSTHE ; The Board ,.f County Coinmi'.ijon- on or before said date as required
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I Griffis and of
State
I "rs of I'.radCord C.mnty. Florida will br the laws of ilv
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daughter, Karen and Mr. and| .f I-et-cixe sealed l.id".t 19:00 o'clock.. th. 'I1H Kulri of full ,I'r.'te'lure. I
>.i the If you fait to do so. a orrispro
Mrs. Henry Griffis and r- morning of .January 4. Ui50.1 f
family in tits Courtroom, in the lonfcswj will be entered against
here visitors. in Jacksonville last. ',1' tasoim! arid Motoi Courthvusrl Oil to l/e'1' yoii for the relief demanded in thecroup i I

Thursday night. purchased thru a service station. aint. i
i, lie mid. snail I... made as sw much It ib hrnbonJ..n'd thaI this order -
MrsShirley RobiIl.>On and K'iou: the prevailingretail price of and Notice; shall\ be publishedC

oaughter, Marcia of Live Oak. ;ii....line and Motor Oil. Doyle E. Conner
The" bidder will '
also be required
visited here with her .
; mother, Mrs- s-ervi'-e tires
up to I19V-ZI. I: I
Dorothy Waters and family Sun- :'Iv.The' Agency

T day.Mr. ...-;.-,-t any Hoard and reserves all bids.the right to
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! ALL and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson I (:-E.1L1 ,
Charles: A. ,\ Clarke( Fla. \
united with Mrs. Eunice Williamsand Darby. Clerk ',''\v ',
-0 12/17 :t i:24: 1 2 t/1
sopped in Jacksonville Satur- --lj j j 1
l.- The (.'.. .. .' $ t
day. nt? .01. Court OfI'rndford \ :tltl """ ,
iil. 4 UHIT.. Florida
Mrs Harry Padgett and / :
daughter. -
t1:1:: Estate:! of Ella K Horn
Bonnie and Mrs. Dewey Mc- ;,> diteasrd.Nti.e .

r Pheison and son. Harvey visited Of Piling Petition Por Final 1
;1'ischaree: Administrator r\ Y
ill Jacksonville:: last Monday.Mr. T. AllVh in It :May Concern: Q5 LL'//

and Mrs. Earl Cannon. Earl Xoti' is. hereby given that I ha.i.'etl \.
'Pj itj final returns as adminiM'ator :
o I: Jr., and Nathan Cannon visitedin of the estate of Klla F. ChristmasQree

Jacksonville last Saturday. llornshy., dfi-eased: that: I have filed inn I To cab and one
ocry
t
peuti"n for final
discharge: and !
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We to learn that MissSharon
are sorry :"i tat I will r
apply to the 1 HonorableTli'ron I f
Griffis has been ill and .\. Yawn. County Judge of t

i 'I had to be taken to a doctor last nary I'sadford Mh.! County.1'4\. at Florida l I":,,,, n'clotk on : Jan-a. ; \i- of )ou. May the coming

II i Monday. m fr approval of the cams and t Ml1{ ) inq 'S-i iP '', r
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|, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett r final di-chaice a adminNtratorf months bring happinn
thtestate ..f Klla: F. llornsoy' ; I i
visited with Miss: Cathy Mosley in ,: ,'u..I,

,, kite Bradford County Hospital This ti--rob-r Charles. 11th M. SchmlttAilminlstrator 1":;'. I C) j and pro'+p"1/ to .*"*

Sunday.Mr of the estate of Ella I jt.
Frank Hunter and Mr. Nipper !-', Motnsliy. dei-eased. i -

of Macclenny. were dinner 12'17 41 1171! I i May the holidays .... -- ( i : .
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i guests of Mr. and MrsDan Har- ''irruit'nnrt.. Bradford (........1'. 'I II. jnjt be filled J
glOVes Sunday. I'lwriil: In ChmirerT.. i with joy anahappiness

Harvey McPherson Owen ('a"n.. 1.UIi'i.l"Io..th : I for ml
: : K. HrasHrll. Tlaintill.
Knight Henry Wellahausen. andSnirley est'e bb \\', lra.w..lI.r"nolant you and your l

Higginbotham were sing :x' ;., T.. .\I>I"'a- family. : 1

I TVt.l.. \V. ... nlwe rpI..IIt' ...... : ,':
ers at the Clay Hill Church last i
Sunday night. .{. .!.-.i. N" K' Atlanta *. ie<.r:.;ia. 'n 1..St1Credit
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are hereby notified that a
Mrs. Bun Griffis and Mr. and st::; for div..r.-- las Iwen filed.isnnT .

Mrs. Henry Griffis and daughter yon in "he above named Goodman's Service Stations
Court and .i-au.tand you are
visitors in Jacksonville BureauOf
Sharon were
; gattrd( t" "erv- a ropy ;of your 1'-1
last Monday. "".e"' ... f''-adiiiR to the ,'
and nn rpiTntirfV' Attorney. StarkeCUSTOMERS'
i Oscar Harris. J. D. Padgett
: Pearl I":: law lx,'hanzr'f'\liltting.
= Elt GOODMAN
Community State Bank of Starke Ben Higginbotham went hunting JtcKsonviile :. PlaT"3hd: file the orpin s

.last Saturday and killed a 161- lb. -; m the offi,'" ..f th. Clerk of
: toe Circuit Court ..n or before the
,, turkey. t-: d.iy of J..nuOIrr.1l1! ;1I; otherwise Starke( Fla
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Wilkinsonand the arsatii!! nia ur said Complaint
.MEMBER F.D.I.C. I (via! iv taken as confes-sed by you.
Shirley and son.
daughter This n"tiiv hall be published once J 1 GnahnPlumbing
h Barry. were visitors in Jacksonville .adl week; for four cnnjecutivew .
I w-.- in the Bradford County Tele- !
| Monday 1 Co.
g 1'01 p!:
Mr and Mrs. K. C. Cannon and Dated this 13; day of DeveiiibeivCharl.

dau hter. Ginger were visitors in 1li9.: '
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r 1 s A Parby, Clerk of the
"tr.-uit Courtly
, ildiiaa U Crosby Deputy
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In ( irrnil f'....1'.. Bradford ......1'. '
I l"!..iida: In ( banrrry.Ca .
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1 :1'2..tll. ) Oonklin. "I..intlff.1.'.. I
!:''b. -: T f-iii:iin.. Ffelidan:. ,
t\lGlfT\ X:..tic 1 ., To Appear I
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1 "tt-\1 T> i:..bert T. ("''nklin whose' re- .
-'Ly 16\\"t "nle:<..- and addrefr* i II' Hamilton.
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Y',u are heieby notified that
soil fir diore-e has been filed a-J, : i .
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C -irt and you ar- required| to serve': I
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a ']'>' of jour answer or pleadingI. j ,
'. ;h.. i inpUiu III: on the Plaintiff TO
\"vnK K. IVrrxroan. Starke.K'o if.
-..i.i and file the original in the I
(Or'.r. : the Clvrk ..r tlie Circuit ALL li)" II I
.u.: : nn 01 Iteforv the 1'1 day of i i i''I\.
January I9 0. otherwise the allega'is -
:; itf sad Ci"n:;,laint will be takre '- <
OUR I
;0- >nfrss-d by }uu. I
T.11071; r .shall I be published once '
i.," r-. :- for four con"e<'iiti>en \; r iS ,
-l.6s in the BraJfoid County Telegraph .
I Il i yA
>...;ed tint 11th day of Deeeniberi t
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"ltdrliA.. I'"rlJ. Clerk of thet'ircmt Earl's Garage ,
Court
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1'elaarlan i.. Crush). Deputy ; I f 1 '
Clerk : Starke, Fla. I i ii
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; ..r 3 F t n L. Reddish and his wife Mar- ree
ti Jilln', C. Iteddish. f'lallltiff15.. Te
IM i ii 1 .i T.a, J. Hurrin. et al. ll..fendIant. i I ; l ,
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-r Of plJhlkatl'Jnof Notice I s /

T. I.efrndIn ,
the name of the State of FJorili i i I r.t z c y
:o: Ij
.\nit Mary Gross: whose residence.s. j 0.
rr Post ('ffi.-e Box 616. Port HuetNide V
t California and to vnald L. I 4z
T'Sa" Thomas! J. Nixon: Elizabeth'D '
..i>. also knunn as J. E. Dixon; '
Thomas. J. Kurrin. Jeanette K Emr- .
lin. J. P McCtilly.: John A. Graham; : S
J. I. tiates.,. also! known as James r
U C.atrs: Kittle M. Gates: Samuel 1g
I ..', cane; J. D. McLemore: Susie B.
ak4fTIN45 :MrLeinore: John 1:. Earl Jr.; HenrK iTO Wi
-tlD., Carl: John C. Edie. Thoni- -a -- r YY

< "kl TMAS a.1'.D.Pitts Miller: Charles; Vesta Roberts D. Miller; Albert s : : -' I"F

frnid A. Floyd: Belle A. Floyd:
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James A. Sherman; Irvin B Whit- ,
I men Deal!!? known as Krrln P. Whitney S ,.
of Christmas fill the hearts of everywli __ ; James H. Fo!!!'. also known a? Bethlehem .
spirit --
the child from
May James; H. Fauns: LillianV Foss; EACH ANDEVERYONE May the peace of the ;;r
4-.hn J=. Bennett: E. f:. Hill: D. R. i
I Edwards; George S. Haxter. doing
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business ae Grrpe S Baxter & descend upon earth and bring understanding
Company: \". U Home: F. J Prestt -
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''<> and Eddie C. tiros and all be remembered and/ -
r 1i persons claiming any interest! by. OF YOUBOSS'S charity and love to

thro.ico. under "r against them or I -, .:-
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either nr then in or to the follow. throughout the year as well as
ir. I.lnd.ituatp in Bradford CouBtr practiced .
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BIG DAD MANUFACTURING COMfA W Florida to-wit t .
:i Tb West Half of Lot 4A, and at Christmas time./

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playing games also the weiner I

: BROOKER CLAY HILLb FLORAHOMEAND ,I loast and other refreshments thatfolloved. :

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tfy Barbara Sue DavisAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :Mrs i. L, MtrtrkUnd.
By Danenvv.rv..v.v..v.yr Mrs. E. S. Brantley and two lit-
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'rry &&.. .&& &.&&.&....A&A :, tle sons Charles and John and

." Mrs. Mattie Barry is visiting We vish to extend our sympathy Mrs. Margie Stewart of Grandin
Mrs. Elsie Crews of Jacksonville. The Florahome Baptist Christmas -
I Motored to Palatka last Thursdayon
to the family of Jim Godwin. ,
y Mrs. Margaret Guest and Mrs. program was held last Sat-
as who died one week He was shopping
ago. a trip.
Ann Driver and daughter, Jane, urday at the Church in the even-
not only loved and respected by PEACE ON EARTH *
risi I Satuiday night guests of Mr. and all but was a devoted Christian'in?. The pastor Rev. Elmer Grant i: Mr. and Mrs. Gaggi from Tennessee ,
'f Fadurah. Kentucky were the ol Hawthorne read the Christ-I are visiting the Sikes in
i wlo: practiced what he preached. I
fam- atlaS Story as told in the Bible byat. .
I Mrs. VV. E. Bigham Jr. and We will all miss him. I Giandin this week. I
I Luke then Christmas Carols John Tipton from Gainesvillewas
ily.Mr. Bootie Green, her daughter '
Mrs. Carter and were sang after which gifts were I in Grandin last
and Dorry her son and his family of Lawtey.l! : calling Tues
Mr- and Mrs. Macky Carter and hunting'ihudy t ti exchanged.Mr. : I l j at the Stricklands
I baby of Lake City were visiting I Iw..re and Mrs. Kenneth Clark t Mrs. Ruth Reed from Swan Lake
and Christmas trees last j I
Mrs. Mamie Hodges Sunday after- j ; and daughter, Kathy from Bardin and: her daughter, Mrs. E. S.
noon. J I week. A few days later. Carson j"pent last Monday night with Mr. i J'Brantley of Grandin spent Wed- ,
Gl1ffl3. daughter Geraldine. and
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis and I Clark's mother here in Florahome.The nesday of lost: week in Gainesville
the daughter of Mr. Frank Hern- j
son; of Gainesville: were visiting Junior Class of the Train- shopping.Mr. .
!Jon from Highland ,
hunting
Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis Sunday.Mr. were : Jug Union of Paran Baptist Church and Mrs. Horace Fennell
.. Christmas tiee for the church
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... and Mrs. Hubert Fipps of ii: Giandin was entertained last from Sanford visited relatives In
.. Jacksonville were the Saturday I and their home. i Saturday afternoon at the home Grandin last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Junior Mosley of II j
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.. night guests of Mrs. H. E. Stokes of'a 'ot Mrs. Paul Hubner here in I M. .. H. W. Bishop from Gain-
Hill the
j Clay announce birth :
I Flcrahome. The ten children pre- Mrs. Ella
Ruby.
and daughter. isville was calling on
| born Dec. 10. \
: OUR son on Congratulations !
TO Mrs. H. E. Stokes and daughter. Belisario in Grandin last Sunday
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4, Ruby were visiting Mr. and Mrs. ''The Juniors won the banner a-I aftfrnoon. !
Huddle Wilkinson has been hav- j
Buddy Stokes of Starke Sunday 'I'bain. The Intermediates are coins Mrs. Weldon Brantley and Mrs.
FRIENDS ins? a time getting the chimney j I
.:. V\ANY\ DEAR aiternoon.Mrs. for his fireplace rebuilt since he i k* have to work if they want this Ella Bclisario were shopping in I

Broover Thomas spent the moved his house some time ago I banner' again. |I.Starke last Tuesday.HG: I
.. \\(ekend with Mr. and Mrs. Elliot 1" GOOD WILL TO MEN *
trom Hugh to Clay Hill. It is now j
Thomas of Gainesville.Mr. .
finished and Buddie can once again j
Chambers of Jack-
and Mrs.
... \vi.rm his feet if he would'
sonville Saturday night and
spent
stop working long enough to sit ;
with Mrs. Mamie Hodges.Mr. .
Sunday '
down! and enjoy. z
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and Mrs. A. L. Rain and I
John Wilkinson one of our
Jean Bradford of High Springswere '
.. !neighbors started work on his
visiting Mrs. Mamie Hodges
{chicken house and is making good'j;
Sunday. I I Western Auto Associate Store
:progress. !
: Denmark Furniture Company Glenda Sue Thomas spent Sun-
I There were many people present j
Jay night and Monday with Elaine I
'at
I church services Sunday who j;.
: of Starke Crabby of Starke. had been absent recently due toj i iI
Ronnie Thomas was visiting
1 illness. Glad to see that they are j Starke, Fla.
Charles Willis of Santa Fe Mon-'
now able to attend services.I'

Starke, Fla. day.Kay and Jimmy Emerson of j About $800 worth from of merchan-Pastor I Io i
disc 1 was stolen
Bland were visiting Linda Sue Chism's store last Friday night.j\

Thomas and Ronnie Thomas Sun- be apprehended but that we alit! I
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afternoon.Mr.
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.. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis of pray
.. who committed this crime. 1
Starke were visiting the Bishop
On Sunday we also learned of 4a 4 I"r
Thomas family Saturday.
man near Whitehouse |
young
p Jacksonville
Carolyn Hinds of
who had wrecked his car in a j
was the weekend guest of Mr. and
hot-rod" race. It wa reported that I I
:Mrs. E. A. Hinds. .
.. Second class Johnny McGee of practically every bone in his body j I Ii

.. Kansas is visiting his parents Mr. i,was broken. If he recovers he j
ill never be able to walk in a
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and Mrs. L. L. Lester over the
jnoimal way. We wonder where 183
Christmas holidays.
the fun is in this type of recre-
,. sJ Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Crosby of I
Fairbanks were visiting here Tuesday .at ion. II
There were 59 present
persons II
of last week. I
: "for Sunday School last Sunday.
Mrs. G. W. Davis and daughter
but 51 were 100 per cent grade. I
Barbara were in Gainesville shopping J
-- b ri Saturday afternoon. Later I -- I I

0' Mrs. Davis visited Mrs. S. J. annual Christmas play at the I
Brooker School. Short skits and |
Waters and son. j
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Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis accompanied songs: were presented by the I -
0, their son. John to the !younger children. The Interme- j I -- I Ir" !

,- annual football banquet Thursday I jdiates and Young People presented = [-\ ..

night in Starke. :the nativity scene with a choir of I ." .:.;.. .; jj".c:::: .I
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis attended -
(both groups singing. I
the Christmas party given
I The evening was: high-lighted J
for the of Oil
employees Tung You've hatrd this before we know. \.'
Products in Gainesville Saturday I with the entrance: of Santa Claus

O I-night. t\\ho.distributed: gifts to the young-j' -;Libby Sales and Service_ .Q But how the can *"e with jtx' die ..

i BrookFT BaptistChurch: held its Ll! children. ,; I e lint of holiday cheer than 10 say,
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