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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 31, 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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VOLUME EI H YE: STARKE. FLORIDA. llirRSDAY. DEC. 31. 1939 _ :NUMBER TWENTY-SIX:
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I $$100,000 LoanIs 1 I 'rg':' it'c: fTJ: G:; ; In Keystone Annexation


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The Florida Development Com- -' _4 .
-- of State R. A. Gray,Vhen received he s: ;d.
n.': : It said yesterday he would have no' The Secretary- said that he was
l.)jn from the State Cabinet to I .
II #1 authority to interfere with certification writing the Town Clerk of Keystone
br.ild a pre-engineered steel 7'
building on U. S. 301 south oftarke. I ; iL4 of results of the recent Heights suggesting the

annexation election at Keystone-- form of certificate that should< be
it was announced Wednesday ;
in Tallahassee.The Heights. rent him. since the only notification -

I 200 x 500-foot 'building will ; : Gray's statement, made to The he had received so far was

,, ttxst around $280,000 but the I : Telegraph- followed reports- that contained in the boly of a letter
f-' opponents- of annexation- had for- from the df'J k.
Crmmission already has the remainder ,- L ; '
warded a petition with 24 signatures In the meantinje, the Town
of the money on hand it I
I II A as said. It will be located about asking the Secretary of Conned in a special meeting held

i I 2'2' miles south of Starke on pro- I State to delay acceptance of certification Dec. 22. adopted an ordinance decribin -

pfity recently purchased for $12.- of the election results- )' the new- boundaries of

000 from Lex Green with Brad- Gray said that to his knowledge' the town "limits and setting the

j hI' County Commission and the hi5 office had not received thee t'ffectivedatt"- for tax purposes as

.- -r.-' olsrke: City Council sharing the I petition' although one of the January 1. Property in the annexed

cost/The property has been deededt signers told The Telegraph it had. area will so on the tax:

the development commission. bern forwarded to the Secretary Ion at that time and garbage and

Machinery Starts Moving For Big I The building will be used to store I t-aily: l last! week. trash collection! service for homeowners

surplus Federal property for distribution -I The delay was asked in order, thereilJ begin Jan. 4.
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to health education. and t<: give opponents of annexation The Keystone Height Water

Political Year Coming Up In 60 Civil Defense agencies in Florida.At more time in which to investigate Works is extending' six-inch

present the surplus property circumstances surrounding the; maines into the new area. and a

operation is housed in 14 old leferendnm vote on Dec. 8. Duet r.e\v ten-inch well is being placed

Preparations for the "big" political January and February. After that I varehou.se buildings three miles to the fact that Keystone town,I!near the school in order to insnrr

year coming up in 1960 got the books will be open at the SUe, back in the Camp Blan underway this week when MarianL pervisior's office in the court- [
\-a tion. r impression that a two-thirds ma-, area-:

Crosby, Supervisor of Registra house. I The $100,000 loan will be repaidby Santa Clauses; without beards I Ijir From left to right: John Cock- sorre of the food was donated:jotity was necessary for ratifica- j Mayor M. L. Eeasley said yes-
tion. mailed out notices to around Candidates for State Senator the commission; over a five- I ror the baskets and some pur- (cation the first published reports- ; teiday that no formal protest or
these members of the Starke !! rf 11, Tommy Lewis Owen Vaughn. '
:1.700 registered voters who dkl: and Repiebentative must qualify |year period at an interest rate of -hased with part of the receipts of the election stated that an-: petition from annexation- opponents -

not, go to the polls in 1958 or between noon Feb. 16 and noon i j I'a: per cent. I Eiks:: Lodge who distributed around | Exalted Ruler. Billy Noegel. Bobby fium the Elks" annual charity nrxation had fajJPtI."hen Coun-: had reached his office or the

I59. irch 1.Candidates. | Nev? bids for construction of the C5: baskets of food in addition to McRae J. R. Kelly. Jerome Johns. foutball game. .-1 1 met to canvass the ballots ;) Town Council. and that as far aa:

Unless these electors fill) out and for County offices warehouse were opened in Talla- to fam- Bn Saslow,. Sen. E. ,
and Charley
I I toys clothing needy Thr diNtnbution of Christmas J owever. a close examination of the town was concerned- the matter -
lelurn the card mailed to them by qualify between noon March 1 andnoon ),assee on Dec. 18. but the contract ; I
flies in the area on Wednesday :,Johns, Julian McRae. and Phil )Iwkets Is an annual project of the special act under which the .' was" closed"
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the supervisor within 30 days.their March 15.
has not been awarded. Several"favorable"
yet referendum was held. revealed The town is also
to
before Christmas. I ViUkr. i ipectlye ;ilie). Elks Lodge.DeSue preparing
names will be removed from Courthouse posts; coming up for !j bids were received, itwas .-
that a simple majority wa.all. ;ustall fire hydrants and additional -
the list of registl'red'oters.. Even election this are: Sheriff,
spring
said and the CommissionMay
required for ratification. The. street- lights in the as
Sentenced new
:r remo\ed. ho\\'ever.'the' names County Juci ('. Tax Collector]) TaxAssessor. announce its decision' later Strawberry Growers Face New Year declared area.
i Council then that' the) well. as to take over street maintenance. -
luay: later be restored upon application School Superintdent. : this week. i annexation had carried. p..
to the supervisor Mrs. Cleik of the Circuit Court, and' To Two YearsAmos .
Work has already started on
said that -| includes
Secretary Gray apparently The'annexed area approximately -
Crosby urges that the cards be Supeivisor of Registration. i iI '
the site for construction. -
prepaung : With Enthusiasm Over Outlook the requirements of the: ] 12 blocks and three.fOl1rtlt -
turned within the specified time County Commission to be
posts
"[ Extensive clearing and filling DeSue. Stark Negro was law had been- met and that if opponents -, .of a mite of lake front on
in older to avoid this removal toted on ore: District 1 (ILawteyl] i. must be done by the county before I sentenced by Circuit""Judge-GeoL. of annexation had any Lake Geneva- in southwest Keystone -

and lest oration. District 3 I South Starke, and work can be started. 1;, Bradford County strawberry Mrs. Crosby will place the registration LJI-strict; 5 1 Brooker ,
!'I growers are entering the new year j:eaT here-fend said'.that 'adequate <: two years.hi:: the State Prison. De- fort to the courts. His office had ':40 and 50 homes and wilt

books in the various Places on the School Board to Cars Damaged I, with the best'prospects for a pro- I|j buying\ power Is.assured, if .volumel I Cue was .charged with receiving no choice but to accept certification -' ad:1 ;3'bORt- 150' residents. to the
this Saturday, It filled District :
county precincts : aie: 2 I South
!jfiUble crop in'many years. i is sufficiently heavy enough to stolen: property, some tires from of the election results tow 's population. ,
will remain for the .
where they -
StRfkel and District 4 [IHamp- .
In Chain WreckChristmas County Agent G. T. Huggins de- ,nwke.it. practical for buyers to Noegel Auto Sales.
convenience of the public through tOil 1. I
I ;?:cubes the' enthusiasm'currently.siiown I l ct'me' here. '" .. ,! He was scheduled to be tried at" :

Eve' I; by growers as "the greatest I Ioiallenge [i AlmoSt! aIIof. South Florida ber- !Uhe I fill term ofqrcuit Courtrlut'was ;,Graves Bids-In DairyFor'$20J1O0'$

Library Offers Expanded Services "since". I have been .in'1'ry'rowehThi: !(Wini the P1 tlc '[r Wt in custody' kt the 'time .

l Bradford C unty.H estimated Ij j j::aulph'. Hugglns>fepQrtVd. and are 'and I his bond of $500 was estreat-

I Six 'cars'were, involved in a tlittl"plantings'l here would total ''v.ell pleased with.results. Huggins i ithat"'severa'l' I',cd. !|'At Foreclosure Sale 'Here MondayT. y'I
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Since Joining Regional ProgramSince j ham-reaction collision that threw 2oO acres this season a substantial said, Bradford. grow- I I

traffic into a turmoil at the intersection -( increase" over last year' estimated ers .are experimenting" with the i iI !City, County I I
: 175. I i I il*!rtic }mulch .this season and A. Graves regained posses-t! the appointment of a receiver. and

becoming a part of the meiican History." by Richard B. of U. S. 301 and SR 227 j Huggins recently made a trip to'i I'ihaYe'used I \! around 18 rolls; of the I Offices To Close sion of Graves Home Dairy by on Oct. 20 a temporary injunction

Banta Fe Libraiy Region last on Christmas Eve. i:South) Florida with Wade' Gaskins ,,I material. Afiiong;those using plastic bidding in ,the property for $20- was issued restraining K. B. &: M.
!Morris.Vio\ :
October! the Starke Community ) Who in America :! Trooper A. S. Mauldin reported and Starke Market Manager J. R. are;'Leaton Morgan. Jr.,-Wade ThisSaturday. 000 at a foreclosure sale held at:; from removing any mortgaged

Library has progressed in many :mid many others. !I SUOO: damages.but no.serious in- Wainwright' to' observer.successful*|Giskina, Ned Coleraaa.-Lloyd Grif- :, Courthouse and City Hall, of-i iI the "courthouse here- Monday prf>perty. ,C. S. Haddock was

directions.One Bradford County residents now juiies i in the pre-tioliday (Strawberry ogeratio zs' In thai :I:JS. Pete Wairiwrightv: Harold Star- morning. I; appointed receiver.

result of becoming a part In ing in outlying sections who Mauldin' said a 1958. Chevrolet, area. .He said.that: ar.)meetingwillbe Ibis Jr.. and Alonzo Starling. I ificps.'will, as well closed as .both all local Frfday banks The sale followed weeks ofcomplicated ] On Nov. 5 K. B. & M.'s motion
be day
driven by Charley C: McDaniel of held here some time in an- Soil fumigation. to control ner'mfctodes 1
and
avail : to vacate the receivership
of the region has been the ''md: it inconvenient to come toStarke Year's and Saturday, legal maneuveringduring
New
ability of additional funds; for .Jacksonville, turned,out of SR 227 uary to' decide whether -'Bradfordgrow'ers for books office will be
or other reading Jan. 2. The I
post
Interest strawberry *
onto 301, towing a trailer with no 1 will''adopt the" pouiar"loosc'pack'and of in
library personnel. The staff now I & M., Inc. for $57400 the amount by the court.
iTiaterial have access to the Chevrolet. dri- flowing here }Iugglns said. He eeItimated open during its regular hours on
1959 '
onsists of Mrs. Edward Burns popu- i, tail lights. A if so, what type \ he claimed was due him on the, The final decree of foreclosurewas

and Mrs James Blackshear, full .iar Bookmobile which twice a 'ven by James E. Thomas of of container will be used for ship I that 25 per cent of the tJan. 2. will! purchase price of the property.' issued by the court on Dec.

time librarians; and Miss Mary !month makes 18 regular stops in Hampton, slid into the rear of IpiJg.I' I county. growers' have fumigated i Most Starke retail store will" be A down payment of $7500 had;r HI. Previously a decree pro con-
Manager the Soil which planted close Friday, Jan. 1, but
they
I McDaniel's trailer.An While in South Florida- | on ,
Katherine Wainwright and Miss various ; issued J. E. and
; parts of the countv.. Not ,I' been made by the corporation. t fesso was against
for business on Sattuday.
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International tractortrailer contacted pros- 'strawberries this fall. cpen
Betty Lou Wainwright. part time only can they borrow books from I Wainwright 1 Graves started suit in Novem-1: DouglasHardy. doing business as
from Jacksonville halted behind -
assistants.The ber. asserting in his bill of complaint Hardy Bros. Salvage Co., and
the collection already on the the accident, and two other Houses Moved I
increased personnel has tractor-I'' Golf Course Tract Motor Court Sale'lop that K. B. & M.. headed by!Ithey were ordered to return a 195ft
Bookmobile shelves but they may cars stopped behind the
extend hours
made it possible to I Earle R. Moench Jr. as president. Ford panel truck which had been
1of the benefit of residents; who I quest books from the Gainesville trailer. j ToMakeWay anrt Omar Brayton secretary had purchased by them from K. B.

found it difficult in the past to Library; or any of the state libra- ,I Approaching behind all the others -' Recent Real Estate Transactions defaulted on its October payment I& ; I.. Inc.
was a 1950 Plymouth driven I
avail themselves of the library :ie;. These books will be brought of Sarasota. His!For New BankWork on the mortgage. and that por-! The court decreed that the total
David B. Long
by -
services. The Starke unit is now o: mailed to them as soon as they tions of the mortgaged property.'amount due Graves was $59,7S7 -
from 10 to 5 m. on I IOf'come !.car rammed the rear of the hind- Sale by H. B. Peyton of approximately -I i P.i dee. house and property at
open a. m. p. had been disposed interest and attorneys -
available. in excess of $800 74. including!
Monday, Tuesday Thursday Fri I mOlt car, jamming all the others I; began Wednesday on 144 acres of land east Indian Beach 11000. !
All residents of the county are : of by the corporation. fees and that if the total
day and Saturday; and horn 1 p. coidially invited to make full use \:i: ruto the tractor trailer.filed were a- moving three houses from propel i lof .Starke to the Starke Golf and H. E. Bennett to Barney E. Mc The allegations were denied by 1! amount was not paid "forthwith"

hi. to 4 p- m. on Wednesdays. of these facilities which are free i j i The only McDaniel charges for violation of ty purchased as the site for the ,;( Country Club, Inc. .for $21,000 Rae', house and lot, Pearce's ReSubdivision. the corporation in its answer to I. by K. B. i M.. Inc. the Clerk of

Additional funds have also ana which have been procured'gainst and having no new home of the Florida Bank at topped real estate transactions as $6.300. the bill of complaint the Court should sell the prop-

nu.de passible the purchase 'of through the efforts of the Starke :,;' the taillights right-of-way! on the trailer. ,:Starke to.be. construct, ; : \ at a 'laterJjte. I I iteorded in the courthouse here } Lorenzo D. Green to Robert Graves petitioned the court for (Continued on Page 6)
many books for all types of read- Bradford : j :dining December. Construction ofa .-
City Council and the :; I I Read Jr.. lot in Green Acres An- i
[ golf course is now in progress
Commissioners. I
County: !
ers.For those who read for recreation I Bowling.League '1! The houses two formerlybe- 'on the property. 'I tm-x. $1.500- : SHUCKS! .,,,e l
Claude E. Batten to Cless R.I j
most books on the current I Ilonging l to Mrs. A. S. Crews of Second largest transaction in '
Herbert GreenIs Meeting' Called !! i Allen, lots 13 and 14. block 2 of Not ShuffleboardA
but: seller lists are now available. Jacksonville, and one the former t December was the' sale of-a -two.story
I Dealing Park Subdivision, $5.000. .
The addition of about 600 more ; A meeting of persons interested -; ;,ome Of Mr. and Mrs. George- B. house"on N."Walnut Streetby ; L. K.; Whitehead to Drew F. .i -
Installed
voiumes to the children's room in forming a bowling league Flynn. were purchased several J. Gary Ennis of Tampa to J. REddish. lot in Bradford Heights, relic of the past is this old

h.IS brought this collection up to will be held Tuesday, Jan. 5. at weeks ago by Everett McKinney.. E. Hildebranof Starke for $8,000.IThe $1.200. I: time corn shuck :scrub: brush being -

n commended standards. thus in- As Masonic WAi 7:3l o'clock in the Boy Scout hut McKinney said he is moving one I house is.now being remodelled Agnes Lee to B. T. Thomas. 661 wtelded here by J. M. Con- -__, -

bill ing plenty of suitable booksfor en Pratt Street Playground. A:of the houses to a location on the '' and will occupied by the acres: north of Hampton. 2000. ner of Raiford while Mrs. Con- ; 14

children of all ages. the Herbert Green was installed as: fee of $15 will be required from !iCiate Farm Road and two of Hiidebran family when finished. J. M. Edwards to Loyd H. Jennings ner stands by for a quick assist, -
Persons who wish to use transactions Included -
will Worshipful Master- of Bradford, each team entering, and there them to property he purchased Other December property in Starke $2.000- if needed.
library for study of research M. the. :from S. E. Simmons, south of the : The Conners, who live on the
bpenIh'ett'd Lodge- No. 35, F. & A. at : must be six teams in order to j Sam Zack to Clarence Hutche-
find that around $1,000 has } Madison Street Baptist Church. John D. Patterson to William old Conner farm, west of Conner
reference regular meeting held tonday1'ip"ht form a league.All i jon. house and lot in Pearce's Rerubdivtsion. -
: for such standard I announced for Waite, house-and lot on Oak Ave. Raiford Road said
j. interested in spon- No date has been I $8.901 Bridge on the .
persons I
books as "The Reader's En- at t..rUng the,new bank building. m Crystal_ Late'Homesites.. $4.500.John that the homemade- -brush nas
Other new officers installed asa i: -- -
bowling
a team. or Hutcheson to Benedict
William soring Clarence:
: been in the family for many years.
this time were: Bill McRae Senior -I' should :
"Encyclopedia of A- member of a team ] Doucet. house and property in
Rose former
Benet at-t' Jr. and E. Dryden The rectangular block of cypress
Warden Merritt- Williams. I County Businesses
; tend the meeting next Bayless Highwaysection. Sl ..OOO.BarcJ.y .
(told Biscayne
PuMa property has 17 holes through which tht
Junior Warden G. J. McGriff.
; Development CarlB
Co. to
Show IncreaseIn tcurist cabins] onU.; S. 301 north i, pulled to
Will Be I dampened shucks were
We ,
Chaplain; I P. I. Rigby. Senior Dea- Darden, house and lot in Key-
Dinkin of Starke, $>.100. cnn the finished brush. The
Junior Dea-i- Margaret
ron; Ray Gold ire. 4 rtcne Club Estates, 14500.
Past Decade Nollman to Daniel R.Weeks .
CLOSEDAll James V. Rowe Senior! j i W. H. butt 01 ear end of the shuck,
con; and Thomas Howell. Ty Hurt In Accident house antf one-half acre Barclay Development Co. to was the part that came in contact

Steward The business population of south on S. R. .100 $5,700. j Thomas D. Elmore house and lot with the floor. Using home-made

Day ler. officers who will iliss! Margaret Ann Dinkins' Bradford County has shown an Barclay De'vlopment Co ttfMfl- .iin Keystone Club .Estates. $10.500. soap. nch in lye, perhaps some

Re-elected high school senior andeditor of increase of eight per cent duringthe dred Ring house and lot- in Key- | Barclay Development Co. to Roger white sand and plenty of elbow
Saturday serve- another year are: Gene '"The from 1950 to 1960. P. Sr., house and lot in
Friday and N. the school newspaper, Tiny decade stone Club Estates 10500. Bryan grease, the housewife of a generation -
Long Secretary; A. Holliday, Twister." was' hospitalised Tues According to figures just released D.vid W. Green' to Samuel Keystone Club Estates 11500. or more ago "could really

Jan. 1 and 2 Tieasurer; and .Carl Harton Junior day night as 4 result of injuries by Bun & Bradstreet, Int. EtnJamih Smith property in Emma A. Hill -to T. W. Tatum, bring out a white floor," Mas." ,-.1.1C

Steward. received" in an automobile accident -:. there are 179 manufacturers, Brooker, $4,000.Novernler 10 acres. 1000. Conner explained.

The new officers were installed on U. S. 301 near. Waldo. wholesalers, and retailers in the transactions were John A. Shadd Sr. to T. W. Mr. Conner has lived on the

ty Marshal P. M. Barefoot Miss' Dinkins, who wai on her :rca at the. present time, topped by the sale'of Plaza Lodge .Tatum, property north of Starke family farm for 69 of his 71 years

way to have dinner;at the Stall- as compared with 165 in January .Motel on U. S. 301 north by Guido *on Rt. 301, about six acres, $4300. Although: not in the same house.

home In Waldo., states that Macamu to E. W. Schreiner ,of. and .
Xmas Lighting ings 1950.The His father, William Conner, .
F. W. Developers. Inc. to Life-
This Space Contributed she lost control of the car, after D &.B reference book lists i 101 Surfside, St. Augustine for i: his: mother. who was a Taylor, -

Winners NamedGene swerving to 'avoid hitting" dog. all firms that seek '_ or grant 'S50.000. I ':we Construction Co.. lots 1 purchased the farm from Newt

Weekly to Publicize and ran into a'nlv ri. She sustained commercial credit It does not in- i Other deeds'recorded in Novem-I through 66 in Parkwood except Thomas in 1890 and moved there [bridge" and often impassable intuae

Long was declared first several cuts and bruises dude some of the services and I br included: I[, 'els 7, 18. 19, 51, 52, 53, 54, 68.'and from Taylor in Baker County. of high water. "But people

Community Events by prize winner in the Christmas the most serious being a deep professional businesses _such ,asbeauty I I Leonard Stokes to John E. Denmark ',, 57. $41,000. Mrs. Conner, the former Leila I used I to use it just the same, even

lighting contest sponsored by the 1 gash on her forehead. and .barber shops, real house and lot, $1 ,100. Crews was reared by Mr and hen mules pulling the high cot.

THE COMMUNITY Chamber of Commerce in the The car. ._ new I960 Chevrolet, estate brokers, and others. Therefore Melvin Mayes' to.Henry Stefan- Tag Sale Jan. 4th :Mrs. Joe Cews. parents of Kirby II ton wagons had to swim," Mr.

non-commercial class.. just purchased bjr her parents the total figure for busi-- eii-about one acre in Pleasant Crews, after her own parents died. Conner said They used tht bridga

STATE BANKOF Ruby Johns Beauty Salon won Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins, the nesses in Bradford County would 11 I Grove section:;. $ .200. i i, The new- 1960 automobile license The family lived on the old because the next crossing was in

first place for commercial lighting day before Chrtstm&i, was badly actually be higher than the 179 Ctess R- Allen .to Prank Sauter. I tags will go on sale'Monday' Jan. Starke-Lake BuUer road. I the vicinity of the present Long

STARKE display. d migtd. 1 listed. ; -l I prop rtf"O'r :'& RXieO(;;'$8300. :14. in the offlct of County Tax Conner Bridge just east of the I Bridge and increased the trip by

f Donald-CTJonev'to Cbaxlta,A. :I Collator J. P.. K*Ily. farm house wu once a "low,j about fix miles.

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FACE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA TJITRSDAT. DEC SI.IN 193VWV !

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'y I Rev. and Mrs. R. E. MacBlain Mr. and Mrs. T. Edward Griffinof Mrs. W. L. Andrews won a contest Miss Anna Ruth Crosby of''! Mrs. J. C. Manning is spending'I Mrs. L. S. Hutto and family

I Ii fpcnt the weekend with their i i'Daughter Irving Texas were visiting Mr. sponsored by the First Jacksonville spent the weekend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs- tiad as holiday guests Mr. and

i II I' and family. Mr. and Mrs. ,,,aid Mrs. C. Haddock from Sunny Christian Church to bring the with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. VABeasley in Gainesville. Mrs. Charlie Parker of Cocoa, and

I George Fortunas in Apalachicola.Mrs. i to Tuesday.Jan 'fciOft visitors to the recent revival. lloyd' Crosby.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. George Colgin Mr. and Mrs- Brad Locke and

: Pauline Torode is confined Mundorff of Oglethorpe :Mrs. Andrews brought 51 visitors, and Mrs. Randal Chitty and and family of Winston-Salem. N. soi, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Prock.

i 1:1 the Baptist Memorial Hospital. University, Ga. was home for the. while Mrs. Ed Prevatt was second son spent the weekend with Mr. C. were holiday guests of Mr. and and Mr. 'and Mrs. T. F. Hutto y

; 1 Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining spent weekend-; with 20. ar.d Mrs. M. F. Chitty in Lake- I:41 i s. Jerry Gay. and family! of Jacksonville.
, THE NEWS I the Christmas holidays with Mr Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middlet of land Ga. I
Mrs. Patricia Mathia of Key- Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Stuart and Jenifer and Greg Davisof

1 .. t .and Mrs. Proctor Snow in Dublin Melbourne spent Sunday wita his stone Heights is the new recep- Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daugh(daughters of Baxley, Ga. were Gainesville spent Monday to Wednesday -
.........-.-........... ......- .....,... .........,. "Ga. mother, Mrs. W. E.Middleton.Fruit tionist in the office of Dr. J. E. tar Mary were the weekend guestsof ; holiday guests of Mrs. W. H. Hart. with their grandmother.

!1 Mr- and Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Jr. Trees Peaches Plums Denmark. Mrs. Mathia succeeds Dr. and Mrs. C- G. Blitch in I Mrs. John Christiansen is
Mrs. J.. E. Millican of Palatka ?Ir. and Mrs. Frank Weaver of >fts. Lucfle Davis. while their par-
aid I. H. Hazen of Jacksonville Wiiliston and Mr. and Mrs. and family spent last Wednesdaya Pears. Persimmons, Orange and ; her mother Mrs. Oscar Ritch, Tallahassee. They visited MrsA.. i'spending; the holidays in Plant ents. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis,
Sunday in Scottsboro. Ala. with Satsuma. Grape vines at Sistrunk's. has resigned. V. Long in Gainesville on Mon- City with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Mos-
jvtho I Jr. were on a business trip to At
were holiday guests of Mr. and Weaver, Jr. of Cherry Point. N. C. and Mrs. J.1.. Snodgrassand :
!\Ir... A. E.'McKinney.Mr. 'were Christmas Eve guests of Judge [ Ed Canova son of Mr. and Mrs. day.Rev. ,,!j.ey and family. Lnt .
family.Mr. Mrs. Blanche Englander and J. J. Canova of Gainesville Miss and Mrs. J. H. Mabry Jr. Mrs. W. H. Hart and daughter.'
and ,.Mrs- Hyman Turber- Mayor and Mrs. W- T. Jackson. I Miss Clara Leamon has returned -
vlle of Fairmont N. C. were Sun- i Mr. and Mrs. Evans Bedsole andMi.and and Mrs. George Pearce of children of Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. I Sherry ,Owens of Tallahassee, Mr. aid family returned Tuesday |i Kay. spent Saturday and Sunday after spending the Christmas
Gainesville are moving into one I j!I D. J. Clark"of Tampa and Missi ana Mrs. Dick Bush and son horn a week's visit in Newport with Mrs. W. C. Manning in Jack- .
with relatives
dinner in
day guests of Mr. and ,Mrs. | Mrs. Ralph Traynham of holidays Tampa.B.
c: the new homes in Saratoga ,i I Dee Clark of Ocala are guests this Rick and Mrs. Paul E. Canova I News. Va. with Dr. and Mrs. Ma-' fonville.i .
II. A- Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill !1 Jacksonville will be New Year'sday ,
Heights this weekend. Mr. Pearce(I I week of Mrs. C. D. Williams and were guests of Miss Norma Can- bry. Sr. and family. [ \. K HOLIDAYS
i
Morar of Panama City were visiting guests of Mrs. W. B. Mundy. i Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Bag-
will be connected with the A. J. Mrs. Henrietta Hunt.Mrs. ova during the holidays I Chief and Mrs. D. W. Carpenter
the Lawsons on Monday and I Miss Shi Ann Smith will return j' well and family and Ezra Bag- ire Community State Bank of
Tuesday. I to Roanoke College Va. on Sunday Tnomas attorney office. Effie Johns had as guests Fruit Trees Peaches, Plums. ana Mi's. Dolph Reddish and chil- Starke and the Florida Bank at
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Boland last" Friday Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mc-' Fears. Persimmons, Orange and 'dren visited Mr. and Mrs David :, rll, Jr. of St. Petersburg were
Mr and Mrs. Guy Dyal} and after spending the holidays SUrke will not be open for business -
: and children of Athens, Ga., Mr. tttidon of West Virginia and Mr. I ISatsmna. Grape vines at Sistrunk's. -Reid and family in Jacksonville holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Friday and Jan 1
Saturday
daughter of Green, Cove Springs TOth\ her parent.Mr.. and Mrs. ;
David'Lawson and and Mrs. A. E. Speer of Ochlock- and Mrs. Kenneth Frank of Lake1laud I i j jJ Saturday. I Dcnald Bagwell ana 2.
Mr and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith.
Miss Janice Chesser were Christmas 1( Misses Barbara Bates. Shi Ann nee, and Mr. and MrsC.. J. Chews on Saturday. I j Mrs. Etta Hoover has had as I' Extra Bobbins save time Stock -- --

day guests of the M. L. Law- Smith. Pat Humphries Penny Davis of Griffin. Ga. were among Mrs. J. C. Fogg and children guests Mrs. Hildabelle Bence of np with Singer Bobbins at Den-
the: holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. visited her aunt. Mrs. Flo Lyons\Jacksonville on Christmas day and mark Furniture Co. tf
son family. : and Patsy Nichols had a re-
Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathewswere i union supper at 301 Restauranti H. L. Speer. in: Jacksonville on Sunday.Dave 'Di. and Mrs. James Chace of Tu- .I Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams had We The Church of God
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stefanelli I 1 I ,
Long returned to St. Andrews cson. Ariz. on Saturday. :
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lowell i Monday evening Dec. 21.Mr.and as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs.
,and family of Gainesville and Mr. School in Middleton. Del.J, Barbara Jeffords of HighSprings D. E. Adams of .
M&thews at Jacksonville Beach ata Mrs. Dave Paulk were Jacksonville.Mr.
family reunion Christmas week- i m Willachoochee. Ga. last Saturday -,.and Mrs. Albert Stefanelli and on Monday after spending the is visiting her cousin .i'I and Mrs. Logan Baldwin I Sunday School Staff

I to visit Mrs. Lula Lindsey, family of Jacksonville were among holidays with his parents Col.1 Sandra Huggins. this week. |mad as Christmas day guests Mr.

endMr.. and Mrs. Hollis Knight, Jr. woo is ill. Mrs. Lindsey was Mr.;' the: holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ana Mrs. T. T. Long- Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wescott of I land I Mrs. E. H. Register of Miami.

cf Jacksonville Beach visited relatives I Paulk's former elementary school. Htnry Mrand Stefanelli.Mrs. Louis Yancey of Purchase any model of Singer Tampa were weekend guests of .'Mr. ana Mrs Roy R. Reddish of I Invite You To Attend Our Sunday School
in Starke.over the weekend. \teacher to Sewing Machine at Denmark Sen. and Mrs. C. E. Johns. I'I Webster, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Red-

Mrs. M. W. Lance and Mrs: Joe Singer Sewing Machine Needles, Atianta are spending Thursday L- D. Furniture Co. tf Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes were dish. Jr. of Eustis Mr. and Mrs. i During This Coming Year.
[ ,Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I
Richardson and children were in I sat Denmark Furnitur Co. tf' Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Finzer,'visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Deas >!3. E. Reddish and son Ray. and
,
Fernanriina Beach last weekend i i Mrs. W. B. Parks ,!Vining. Lake City on Christmas day. .'Mrs.!: Mary Reddish of Lawtey.and .
i i is spending; Stefanelli Jr. and family returned Sunday,I.n .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry CHURCH
) Hayes had as Monday guest Jfr. and Mrs. Jim Brown God-'t OF GOD
with Mr.. and Mrs. Billy Burbank, holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Da- NeYear's with Mr. rcm ten days in Louisville, Ky.' :
are spending Mrs. L. A. Weekly of Ocala. : win and family of the State Farm.I'
I Imeron
Black and family in At- in Jack- visiting their parents. Mr. and. ,
Jr.
and Mrs. John Caruso ."
I,lanta. :Mrs. J. L. Kirchner and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs and family Mr. and Mrs- R. R. Hutchingsispent I: 122 N. ST. CLAIR ST. STARKE, FLA.
Mr. and Mrs.. A. G. Loudon and ;sonville. with ,
in Jacksonville ,
spent Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Stricklandof I :?!.!rs. Finzer, Sr. I 'j the Christmas holidays with I
family were in Marion, Ala. frpm : Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall and Mr. Mrs. Leon Miller. ': Mr- and Mrs. W.
I' Belle Glade were holiday guestsof Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch. Jr. I I 'i H. Morrison; and :
Tuesday' to Sunday visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymondand I i and Mrs. J. S. Shuford and family and children. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sandra Hunt of Jacksonville is '.family, in Augusta Ga. Mrs. -- -- ,
| spent Sunday aftembon In the' this week with her .
i spending Hutchings I visited her mother. 4 -
N.V.. Thames and Mrs. L. M. Mrs. M. H. Lang. .Blown Mrs: T. J. Griffin MiSs I
!Scrub. |grandmother. Mrs. Henrietta j i:Mrs. O. H. :Morrison in the Augus-
Richardson. I Mr. and :Mrs. E. R. Moench Annie Darby. and Mrs. Carrie'I
s ,ent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Godfrey ,Bitch were Christmas day dinner Hunt. !jta.i Hospital.

Mr. and Mrs. R. L., Wingate, of Jasper and Mr. and Mrs. Buzzy '.guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza -I.. House Plants. Plant Food atSi..trunk's. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brown. Jr. Florida Theatre
Green of Gainesville were weekend !''of
<:n Jacksonville.j ] in Jacksonville.Mr. Jacksonville were among the
| Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy ;, guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Merow of I Ronald Cochran of Neptune I II !Christmas' Eve guests of Mr. and

"were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ''ard Mrs. Tyler Jones. ,Tampa were holiday weekend I Beach was a Christmas day guest'Mrs. Jimmy Rowe.

FloridaTheatre I JDeaver in Winter Haven over the; MrsDenver Devrick and sons. guests of their daughter Mrs.I ol Archie Green. Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell Norman

'weekend. Larry and Michael and daughter, Merrill Edwards. and family. The; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy visited Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Denmark THESATURDAYMORNIHGFree

1 Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk held 1 t.Vickie of Islamorada visited Edwards also had as Christmas and family were in Palatka Sunday ..: Sr. and family in Jacksonville t
i .
I the' Underhill family reunion at friends here during the holidays. nay ;suests. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. I visiting Mrs. O. McGauley.Mr-1 1 I Saturday.
J their home on Christmas day. I I Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hewitt. Howard and family of Jackson-I Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Kate Sheppard is visiting

Pat McGriff of Milwaukee. Wis. 'Lee Hewitt and Miss Ann Bro\\'t1j\iile. and Mrs. L. D. Green were Mr. Mrs. Rufus Wright in Winter

|lIS spending the holidays with his of Lake City were guests of Mr. ( Fruit Trees Peaches. Plums,i s ad Robert Stevens and three :Garden this week. Show

parents Mr. and Mrs. G. J. :\fc- 'and Mrs. W- L. Andrews during Pears. Persimmons, Orange and daughters of Santa Marie. Calif..f Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Snell spent
{ Mr. and Mrs. Billy Dealing and : the Christmas
Griff, Sr. the holidays. iatsuma. Grape vines at Sis- holidays in Daytona
.SAT. JAN. 2 trunk's. ;son of Jacksonville and Mr. and I Each with Mrs. W. R. Snell and
** i Irs. Inman Green and daughters j
Paramount t. > Miss: Virginia Sewell will return
prese and Mr. and Mrs. Willard 10:301.: .
Sunday from a week's vacation I
Pass and sons of Starke. !family.PARK I
HENRHONDA with fncnds in Denver Colo.
; Mr. end Mrs. Delbert Spain of I
START THE NEW YEAR
ANTHONY PERKINS S Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Herlong and Shady Cove. Oregon spent the The Saturday Morning Free Show will begin. at 9 A.M.on .

grandsons Roy Hesse and Francis past week with Mr. and Mrs. W- E. w STARKE FLA.' Saturday, Dec. 12 because of the Theatres opera-
IN J L6EeC 5 Herlong! of Saluda. S. C. and Mr.
and family.Mr. ,
Dowlin
OFF RIGHT! and Mrs. R. R. Turnipseed andJOHS
and Mrs. W. E. Dowling and
c\ _. 7jF of East Point, Ga. are guests family spent Christmas with her ; SUN MON., TUES. tions.RIDERS

this week of Mr. and Mrs. Frank paients. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ma- j Jan. 3.I.. 5 OF PONY EXPRESSThis
CONSOLIDATE
YOUR SMALL
herlong and Dr. and Mrs. H. H-
tM.It S_. Adams. hews :n Palatka. I The Horse SoldiersJoan
: Mr. and Mrs. Levy Canova Jr. :
1 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Leemahin and John Ford
BILLS LESS WORRYLESS and son. Steve of Jacksonville ,
1lEY- M1 EL :sent the Christmas weekend with Was Made Possible: Through The Following Merchants -
:were Christmas day guests of Mr. i j
E MER Y :Mr.\ and Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkinsin Thundering Jets :
and family.
Sr.
: and Mrs. Canova. j
... .
+ APuro.iPekasets. :' !' : TROUBLE Mr.Jacksonville.and Mrs. W. H. Thomson- ill Mr.Fernandina and Mrs-. L.Sunday A. Davis visiting were Rex. Reason' ...and.r.Dick- ,,_Forman. ... ".. MASTERS. ELECTRICAlSERYICE-. ; -

Ji. and family were Christmas
4TAl11AN'S holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs F. Mrs. J. R. Hardee. Wed, ThUrs. Jan. 6, 7 GEM JEWELRY
Misses Louise and Etta Frippof
NEWEST F. Stump and family.Mr. Columbia. S. C. were holiday The Lieutenant Wore CRAWFORD BROTHERS GULF SERVICE STATION
and Mrs. A. E. DuPuis of
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
IS llardeeville S. C. are holiday SkirtsTom SIMMONS' KOCH DRUGS
,Powell. The Powells also had as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ot F. Sie-
I overnight guests on Christmas Mr. En ell and Sherry' North CITY FISH AND MEAT MARKETJ
mer, Sr.
and Mrs. Thomas Diesel and family -
of Rhode Island. NAKED TRUTHRichard & J BUILDING SUPPLIES, Inc.

UP TO $600 ARE YOU GOING TO Mr. and Mrs. B. Holtzendorf.. Todd and Jullite ....1.1I STARKE
: Sr. spent Friday and Saturday in MOTOR PARTS

I Ij NEED Brunswick. Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. I
PROMPT, EFFICIENT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE R. L. Morgan.Mr. Fri., Sat. Jan. 8, 9 NORMAN ELECTRICAL SERVICE
1 ON ALL REQUESTS assistance in the preparation -
j : and Mrs. Titus Olson and Private AffairI' WILLIAMS JEWELRY
,aea of 1959 Income
ivrotarf \ your '
I Miss Ruby Lilley spent the weekend !:

Plus "T.V. Fuddlehead" Car- STOP IN OR CALL TODAY! i Tax Return I..Tampa.with friends in Brewster and I Sal Mineo and Christine Care re TERWILLEGAR MOTORS

toon. SEE Broken Lance .. .
old machine - -
TOWN FINANCE CO. I NEIL TUCKER << Replace belt with your a new venter Singer Belt I -. ."

SUN.. MON., TUES. Public Bookkeeper from Denmark Furniture Co. U

Jan. 3to 5 I 144 W. Call St. Starke, Fla. Phone, "'4-9091 120 S. Court, Starke Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Johnon ,. -
of Hialeah and Michael Fur ,
Ph. WO ..1.9851VO 1 4-2515 .
I I Jo of the Jacksonville NAB were j

holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R- JJ

f V Chapman and family. I -
I PM4L'i' Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzenderf. I

Jr. and family are spending the ;i il I b J '

I MOTHERS.III I olidays with her parents. Mr. j .
"
VAN TUBHEFLIHDNTEF ,.. 11 Jk'
J
find Mrs- P. D. Daniels in Miami. .. .. : -
.1 n -
attended \\:> k YI' JiiJ
Mrs. R. V. Chapman 'oi l
I the funeral of an uncle. Robert F. :,' t', A1. ;?'.1

... Bunting, in Madison on Monday :; If.,.] t< ..'.
I : X jf -;
,1IIJ.JAM G ct ."!' "$ ,
morning. fj;
'
11x14 :;, ,' ? ?
i4 Sammy Gill has been dischargedfrom : .
"a$ ra : ;::
THEYCAM1COBDURA 1 i4- 1 six months Army service at #

I tW Bust VignettePORTRAIT the Foit Palatka Jackson.Junior S. C..and College will enter next, 100 '

week. i Well 0ver Octane !

Dcom:.mm. ,
,ID .. House Plants. Plant Food at :; .

-......ti08Btrn088E11 MCUOK.CMDUSCOPE ktz4 : : Sislrnnk's. 'I' + I 9

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Osborne returned i
I JI
.
j'tIi
Cities Service
I to their home in Houston. .
Plus Hic Cup Pup" Cartoon I Texas on Wednesday after spend- : sir wry _..,

;ns the holidays with her father. ; .- .- '_

WED., THUR. FRI. FOR si \. Wood and Glen Wood. :' ,a.... ".".,""- ... -if ." 'j'.'#1. ,r. --i-. .

00 Mrs. L. E. Jordan and son Harold ....-+ .
'* Jan. 6/7, 8.. 44J .,,*,WIIA.J. .
Ovieda Monday and
n ONLY of spent .:. vO '
I Tuesday with Mrs. T. J. Griffin.
'" be imitated tat the
+ < r .4r'f The name may quality
irb. rwkN 3 Miss Annie Darby and Mrs Carrie : remains unsurpassed!
00
Ritch before .Harold returns ,
f t ...... does Ctiei Service 109 PLUS
J Not only
I IL
Regular $10.00Value Pitt 3Jt M&iti g to Emory University in Atlanta. E3
; !' provide the highest octane in automotive hi.

Full Figure $1.00 Extra Ga.Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Douville'nd ;;' I .f ';4' tory-bnt in addition,it bas every worthwhile .

A .. .''' -!'' protective feature that tin be built into an
To
Children Family
SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED Limit: 2 sons of Pensacola. Merle and. automotive fneL
Ftts
6 Weeks to 10 YearsAdditional Lloyd Grider of Fernandina :'. rr. s.
Age { '
NO APPOINTMENT Beach and Miss Betty Kovac of .s Treat yourself to the ultimate in luxury
NECESSARY Children $2.00 Each Jacksonville were holiday guests i : ... t' performance ...I. the greatest power pickup *

MtlM I II of Mr- and Mrs. R. H. Grider and (. : :: and mile per gallon ,ou'", ever known.
,I Fill.p with Cities Service 100 PLUS.Tb r.V
.
I family. | nothing else like it!
II
: I Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Miss

IcSiIJ 4 I II,! MON., TIlES, WED. --- JAN. 4, 5, 6 Gloria Johns to Sunday are in spending Hialeah Wednesday with- ;,I '! a rr. You drive with; the beat

i ii ir it II I i
I I tar and Mrs. N. T. Ritch. by every led
Mr. and Mrs Junius Smith. j
I,I Hours 9 to 12 1:00 to 5:30 ?Irs. Don Page and son. Donnie T ftchen you drive

BARBERREE STUDIO WILL GIVE YOU A SELECTION OF POSES. FROM Mr. and Mrs. Bill Graham and j' .

: WHICH TO CHOOSEBARKSDALE'S Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop. Jr.: \ tenth Cities Service. ..
sssA ,
-
attended the Golden Wedding An- j
:
riversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nat .1.4-
f :
,
Sternberg at the Elinor Village .

f Goif and Country Club at DaytonaBeech SILCOXCITIES

on Sunday.

Plus "Little School Mouse"Cartoon. I Mrs. Fred F. Stump and Mrs. SERVICE
Lloyd H. Jennings attended the

r STARKE, FLORIDA Sweet. Briar-Day luncheon at the.HflaJa r

Yacht ;C1ub'in. ,.Jacksonville' .... .
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DEC. 31, 1959 } BRADFOED COUNTY TELEGF APH, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TEBCB


i T. H. Slade Home r- Junior Club I nas. Lake Geneva, a son, Dec. 28. ,

;Is Setting For T.Iand Mrs. Neil Laverne 'NANN'cJ'lLt$lr
To Meet Monday Tucker Starke, a daughter, Pamela -
i 'Lovely At Home t-I f Kay. Dec28.. jJtftN( ,.j'* :
"- / Dr. A. Y. will .
Covington be the
a I Mr. and Mrs. Lennard B. Register -
Artistic Yuletide decorations f principal speaker at the Junior Jr.. Starke, a son. Charles
highlighted points of interest in Woman Club meeting Monday Icon, Dec29..
:the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. r1r evening at 8 o'clock in the club I

ibube, hlooty i Slade Sr. on Christmas day when house. Tine executive board will
---. ..I--I-w. -.... ... ,..., ... ... .1.1I I they entertained at a lovely open meet at 7:30 the same evening.Dr. i BRIGHTEN UP!

house from four to six o'clock.A Covington will use as his
Arnold Home Garden ClubMembers Painting and DecoratingAt
Joe \ I I
red and white color motif was talk on the health program 1w

Scene Of Festive ( Study j achieved in the Christmas decorations \ "What rives." to do before the doctor ar- LOWEST Call PRICES
throughout the home. Silvered
1
Christmas Party ', I' Corsage Making I leaves formed the effective !Hostesses for the evening will DAWKINS, The Painter

background for the lovely white be Mrs. Warren Winkler 3lrs. J. 414 E. South St. i

Mr. and Mrs Joe Arnold entertained Starke Garden Club members madonna on the foyer 'table, anda E. Hardy Mrs. T. G. Ritch, Jr. w

at a delightful ChristIna reviewed i' techniques of corsage three-tiered red.ftnd silver ar- and Miss Virginia Razor. FROM: ACHIROPRACTOR'S y
party last Saturday evening a t; making at the regular meeting rangement graced the mantel in FILE

their home.AttracUve. I Monday evening in the Episcopal the living room. The center arrangement Recent Births CASE R 158 M

Christmas decorations i Parish house. I was composed of three pwau:
were placed at points of interest -J Mrs. A. Russell Norman pro- I miniature choir boys against a Mr. and Mrs. Walter I> Silcox. A fanner suffered for weeks i: ,

: in the party rooms and a!?I gram chairman, outlined the main background of red and frosted : ; 1.: Jr. of Starke announce the birth :'with a condition commonly known i I
;'as neuritis and bursitis. Because I Iror
laige seven-foot aluminum Christmas Veatures of corsage making after leaves. A tall, gaily decorated ," .......j.. ,f a son. Walter Louis HI, on of the stiffness in bis neck and t plumbers there
tree was the center of interest \vkich: the members each :made: a Christmas tree stood 'before the .40'<<-" '--:JJ 1"- .-' Dec. 24 at Jacksonville Naval Air (Is no replacementWhen
I i pain in his arms and shoulders
in the living room. carnage. terrace doors. k-"V1i: ? > Station Hospital. The paternal I tntre's a Spring
be could
not rest at night. During t'
The refreshment table was attractive "M rs. M. F. Hazen presid over The red and white centerpieceof grandmother is Mrs. Delia Silcoxof Flood in the basement.
the day it was impossible to be
with an imported white the meeting in the absence of silvered leaves, tall white tapers l.fJ '( Starke. I comfortable in position. I,
II. any
centered Mrs. Ola Perkins clusters of red !
linen and cutwork cloth, the president. and silver I This man was examined by a I I You'll know where to turn next
with an arrangement of red carnations was"" appointed as club librarian. grapes and holly sprayed with .' Bradford County Hospital an-i chiropractor: who found a nerve
time that
and white tulips flankedby Holiday refreshments were served snow contrasted dramatically with nounces the following births: I pressure in the neck causing i! plumbing( act up. Call
was
red tapers in silver holders. by the hostesses during the the imported lace and cutwork .__ '. -;:;. f, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Edward 1| the trouble. The pressure was I jus and well send a man right

Thirty guests enjoyed the oc- sociiil hour.Brownie. cloth on the diningroom table. The ". .'" Starling Starke, a son. Otis Edward I| removed and the patient again\o\'er. We are always ready for

casion. buffet held a red and white centerpiece -I' I 't ". fo. -;. ", 17.--! <.. Dec. 22. !',enjoys good health. k]any emergency.
Notice of sprayed cedar, white ;;\..a.. "'" .; Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Coleman, Chiropractic has restored health I,
.
Recent BirthsMr. leather leaf fern, poinsettias and I J ,.. Starke a daughter. Lisa Gail, I, in many so called "IncurableI 1 1I 1
clusters of red grapes. Completing Dec. 23. I conditions. 1
Tine Brownie Scouts will resume .1 ,: I
and Mrs. A. H. Harley, HI their'' regular meetings Monday I r the setting were two five- t .... Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bradley.,
of St. Albans. W. Va- announce branched silver candelabra with ..:.. Stake, a daughter, Deborah Lucille Consultation without obligation
afternoon, Jan. 4, at 3:30: o'clockat '
the birth of a son Alonzo Henry this Scout hut. tall red tapers flecked with silver < .tr:' .. Dec. 25. !i. Phone or Visit f Ql//Gt'Sf l/C TANK$EKr/CE-

Harley, IV, on Dec. 18. The and in the center of each was a -_..: :: "" to' Mr. and Mrs. Lossie Hubert I ,
,
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. large red bow. The long mirrorin : _, .' ; Dr. H. G. Bollinger
UDC To MeetW. Hughes, Starke, a daughter Teri
.,
...
Barney McRae and Mr. and Mrs. the back of the mantel formed I. "' "' 1 'or.. I 426 N. Walnut St.
j Lynn, Dec. 28.
.
1. H. Harley, Jr. of Starke. I en interesting setting for the ar- ( 1 '. tI'1 I Starke
fl1. Weeks chapter, U.D.C. rangement. In the television room .. ,;" Mr. and Mrs. Eddy O. Carde- r
will xnaet Wednesday afternoon, ,. ., (' +. '
.. 8 i .
-
Mr and Mrs. David Bachman brilliant colored tree (balls and ." "". r
Jan. 6, 'at 3 o'clock at the home 5s' r
of Belle Glade, former Starke residents silvered pine cones. filled a large
Mrs. Joe Hill Williams in Lake I
announce the birth of a I 10f marine vase on the coffee table. I' WRECKING

eon, Brian David, on Dec. 16. Other attractive Christmas arrangements .
......,... j. -
-
were placed at pointsof ... ',,'. .......
interest in this room. 'r MAINTENANCE SHOP BUILDINGS CAMP BLANDING All Materials For Sale
We Will Be Closed All Day Friday & Saturday Jan. 1-2
.Assisting E. Johns in ajid serving Mrs. were Alice Mrs.C. Anderson Miss La Edith Griffis Weds Marion EllisIn Sidinjr, Sheathing, Framing Steel Windows, Pipe; Boilers; Blower Type

Radiators With Fan, 2 Air Compressors With 20 H.P. Motors, Electrical

/ f rZ2 Ints silver ,service.who ,poured Mrs. A.coffee Y. Covington at the- Lovely Church Ceremony On December 26 Fuse and Switch Boxes, and other miscellaneous items.

who presided at the milk Miss LoEdith Griffis daughter j orchid from her wedding bouquetas I
glass punch bowl. Mrs. T. T. of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Griffis of a corsage. CUYAHOGA WRECKING CO.

Long, and Mrs. T. H. Slade, Jr. the State Farm, and Marion Ellis,I After spending some time with I I
Salesman on Job 7:;O AJJ. 4:00 P.M. thru
of Mr. Monday Friday
son and Mrs. Eugene Ellis I their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis
I
--- Holiday PartyIs o* Alachua, were united in mar- ''\left for a wedding trip to pointsin
-- -- -- ---- -- Given ria ,e last Saturday night at 7:30)i) North Florida and Georgia.
:;- :- :. By o'clock. Rev. T. E. Williams, pastorof I The bride is a graduate of

j'/ Geo. W. ,BishopsMr. the First Methodist Church of I Bradford County High School, and
Worthington Springs, performedthe Mr. Ellis graduated from Alachua
--- and Mrs. George W. Bish- double ring ceremony against I High School. He was recently discharged -
-- -- -::: op. III, entertained at a delightful a background of greenery, flanked from the Air Force in I
I ---:::-:. --:. holiday party Monday evening at by burning white tapers and Panama City., .
-- the home of her parents, Mr. and tall: baskets of white gladioli and ,EWy
I -- ---- Mrs. Lex Green.A mums. Miss Jean Moore YE.Alag AR

p" festive motif was carried out Mr. Griffis gave his daughter HA P P
f- OnUE FEATURES i: : in the decorations for the party, in marriage, and Louis Berry ser- Weds Mr. Norman

with pink predominating. Two ved Mr. Ellis as best man. Ushers I I On.December
"No matter where you stake your claim, call Starke 22ndMr.
refreshment tables were used the were Frank Cahoon of Panama
Builders for application for F.H.A. Loan to
Supplies" one in the dining room was covered City: and Buddy Ellis, brother of and Mrs. Cornelius Moore
build your home. with an imported lace cloth die groom. oi Heilbronn Springs announcethe

arid centered with a large 'brandy Bridesmaids were Miss Wanda marriage of their daughter,
glass filled with colored tree Faye Shadd and Mrs. Bernice Jean Opal, to Gene Norman, son y'N
NO MONEY DOWN balls. At the base of the glass Clayton, cousins of the bride and of Mr. and Mrs. Othma Norman N

,. was angel hair and silvered Mrs. Oveda Prevatt of Macclenny of Lawtey. The wedding was per- eao
leaves. The table on the terrace served her sister as matron of formed by Rev. A. E. Massey on

was centered with a small Christ- honor. Dec. 22 at the Baptist parsonage
Repair mas tree decorated with pink I he bride chose a chapel length in Lawtey.Mr. .

satin angels. Two silver punch gown of rosepoint lace and nylon and Mrs. Bobby Norman
bowls were filled with net tulle, with a sweetheart scalloped attendants.
Add Rooms .-. Carport -- syllabuband I were
'wassail punch. Silver trays ; neckline and fitted bodice. Both Mr. and Mrs. Moore attended -
held canapes, snacks, fruit cake The front of the skirt was accented Bradford High School. He '

Bath Room squares and foreign cookies. with rows of lace and nylon .is employed by Clay Electric Cooperative you and yourA enjoy.
tuile. Her veil of sheer
The 20 fingertip in
is
guests enjoyed dancing Keystone and she
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX- during the party hours. illusion was attached to a pearl- employed at the Community State I good health and Pr o 9Perct}
TURES) studded queen's crown. She car- Bank in Starke. They are residing
ried a white Bible, centered witha :in an apartment at the home of in the coming
Time To Re-roof Woodman Circle valley.white orchid and lilies of the I Mrs. Carrie Ritch on N. Cherry yean

Members street.
Enjoy All bridal attendants wore

Christmas Party gowns that were identical, except
net ruf- : I FLORIDADANK
in color, featuring nylon

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Members of the Supreme Forest fles over taffeta in a colonial pat-

Woodman Circle met Monday tern. The matron of honor's gown I AT STARKE _
night, Dec. 21, at El Rancho Rest was white, while the bridesmaidswore
Phone WO 4.4201 Starke, Fla. aurant for their Christmas party. pink and mint green. They ONt C'21'*Uc I Of THE'LOII'OA' NATIONAL GIIO".IIIIIUII UO U.Ot-OSlT w U** iCI CO-
After carried cascade bouquets of red
a short business session and
exchange of gifts, a three course carnations, and wore matching .
dinner! was served. At 7:30 o'clock headpieces.Mrs. .
the members attended services at Griffis chose for her {

the: First Christian Church. j daughter's wedding an afternoon I
Service Needed? A committee was appointed by dress of blue lace and organza,
the; Woodman Circle president,!:with which she wore black acres-t
Mrs. Jessie Chastain to deliver series and a white carnation corsage -

small gifts to each patient in the I

Bradford County Hospital. Doctors Mrs. Ellis mother of the bride- .
On your Television set, Radio, Stereo, Hi Fi, Hospital, and the Tyus Convales- groom wore a two-piece pink wool that's the
e cent Home before Christmas.The knit suit and black accessories.She ., way
\ Record Player or Car Radio Are you being committee, composed of also wore a white carnation household

; aggravated by poor reception of program Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Mrs. Ira .Wilson corsage. I things stay
John Green Sapp of Bal-
and Mrs. Inez Gray met at Mrs. lb.
?? Then call GOLDWIRE SER. the home of Mrs. Andrews and furd played the traditional wedding I when you SMOKED BACON 25cI

distributed the gifts Wednesday music and also accompaniedthe beat uuh... 1 IL LI
VICENTER for the economical answer to afternoon of last week. soloist. Mrs. W. H. Williams. --'heoting.l$ I

After the ceremony, a receptionwas
the problem. IOn Gayle EdwardsIs held in the dining room of lb.
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foe: club. The bride's table wascovered

your home Refrigerator or Freezer? If [ HostessAt with a white linen cloth,

Semi FormalMiss centered with a four-tiered wedding GULFSOLAR
you have ANY problem at all concerningyour cake. Flanking the cake were

refrigerator or freezer then call at a semi-formal Gayle Edwards Christmas was hostess party !toll Jaora.white tapers in silver cande- HAMS or whole lb. 45c

GOLDWIRE SERVICENTER for expert on Wednesday evening. Dec. 23,I Serving wedding cake and punchto HEAT
the guests were Mrs. Roxie
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at her home on W.Madison street.Christmas I
and efficient sen-ice. decorations, with Kirkland and MrsEvelyn Barton / i / HERMAN ORANGE BRAND
holly and camellias predominating, cousins of the bride. The bride's

On your Washing Machine, Dryer, Toaster, composed the arrangements used took was kept by Mrs. Jerry Alli-. lb.
guod. sister of the bridegroom.The
In the party rooms. The refresh- REGISTE.R ROLL SAUSAGE 29C
bride chose for traveling a
Iron Perculator, Mix Master Electric ment table was overlaid with a
white linen cloth and centered black gabardine suit, worn with Phone WO 4-4691
Blanket any appliance of any make? Call with a large crystal punch bowl black accessories. She wore the I I I

surrounded by holly Christmas I .
GOLDWIRE SERVICENTER today for your I i
napkins and plates were also used.

repairs. The 50 young guests enjoyed LAKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS'.I
dancing and games during the
party hours.
For Fast Economical and Efficient Serviceon City FishAND
Mrs. J. M. Edwards was assisted NOW SERVING Sf
make in serving and caring for herdaughter's
of
any of your appliances any guests by her other

I tall daughter, Mrs. J. M. High of Jack-
sonville. Cooking and Heating 7.50 per Tank MEAT MARKET


Circle Two WSCSCircle Cooking Only -' 8.00 per Tank
PHONE \\'O 9-1093
GOLDWIRE SERVICENTERPH. Two of the First Methodist -

: Church will meet at 3 p. m. PHONE LAKE BUTLER HYATT &13a1 OWNED AND OPERATED BY ERNEST ALLEN AND
Monday Jan. 4. in the parsonage
WO 4.4975 135 E. CALL ST. ou the State Farm Road. Hostesses BILLY HARDENBROOK
will be Mrs. H. O. Boyette, Joe Shaw
617 E. BROWNLEE ST. STARKE FLA.TlIURSDAY. .
Starke. Fla. E. I
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Social Security Funeral SundayFor Rites MondayFor Singing ConventionAt Graham Baptists

editorialTime l, Rate To Rise Mrs. SwiftIn G. D. StaufferOf Graham ChurchThe Start RevivalRevival

Starting Jan. 1 Christian ChurchMrs. Green Cove Bradford-Union Singing
services will begin Sun-
To SERVICE MEN r n'ntionill meet Sunday. Jan.
ImproveOur George Dewey: Stauffer. 61. of Jan 3. at the Graham Bap-
day.
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Stalling January 1, i960 the Mersay Austin Swift. 82.. at Graham Baptist Church from
-.ccial security tax rate will be increases lied Thursday. Dec. 24. at her Green Cove Springs died Friday. ? p. m. to 4 30 p. m. Everyone miTested tist Church contmumg through
'Industrial Park'At from the present 2 1-2 *.ome in Starke after a lingering TX'C. 25.. in a private hospital in in Gospel singing is in- the week. ReS.. E. Sparks. pastor -
.J..' om-le! after lengthy ill-
( a
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pt-icent of wage. paid by employ- :.ted-
:!ILcss.31rs.. of Mount Horeb Baptist Church
nessHe born in Uakrusa.Ind.
the last City Council meeting a subject was ec and employers to three percent Swift was born in StarkeO on June was 12. 1898 and worked and a former pastor at Graham.
'tmpjojees and a like amount 20. 1877. Her parents At The Tabernacle "XIll bring the
broached which though admittedly controversial May under Civil Service at Camp messages
? pa :ti: ) cmplojeii: according to John were the late Hansford and Jane A basiet: dinner will be served
would seem to deserve more than casual:" consid- ULincins during World War II.
'yrLu .V. :pann. Jr., manager of. the Underhill Austin. She was a Je had been at the Green Cove5i.rin's Sci vices at the Gospel Taber- after the Sunday momma service
eration. Jjines.ille social secunty office. member of the First Christian Naval Base for the past :1.cfle Tuesday niaht centered and Homecominc will be observ-
The directors of the Chamber of Commerce <' the present rate of 3 3-4 percent Church at Starke. 14 rears until ill health forced principally around a Missionary; \1 at 2 p m. with an old-fa."hionr -
of net earnings paid by theu1employed Surviving are her husband. Ro- program consisting of pictures of J Gospel Sine featuring the
that thecity's his retirement
suggested the Council consider moving ,, a year ago.
will be increased to
Edward 'Missionary Radio work on Bradford-Columbia County Sm
oprt Adams Swift: one son. his
:Mr. Stauffer is survived by
sanitary land-fill garbage disposal opera- )' 4 1-2 percent of net earnings. A. Hall: afte a brother. La- -.,.ife. Mrs. Paralee Saine Stauffer Vieo.ues and thirty-five of the : a Convention the Gospel Tones
tion from its present location back to the former o r' Since its inception; in 1935 the "'. Austin of Gainesville.: cf Green Cove: four daughters. West! Induce Island!'; The programwas Quartet. Miss: Geraldine TavloroioiM .
ass '')c-ai security program has grownphenomenally conducted by Rev. and Mrs. Gainesville and other
from
uneial sencesen' held at '
site in southwest Starke which it is hoped will a T :S. Wimfied Goode of Chica o.
: both in coverage. the First t1.. Brackman. and Mom Services will be-
1 :CO; p. m Sunday in p: :Mrs Jimmie Bradley of -.inguic sToups
eventually see use as an industrial park. beneficiary categories and the "S.ackmsn. Jr. who haw spent
rnristian Church with Rev. Bob Jst: onville.. Mrs. John Little Jr. ":n each night at 730.:
The Chamber officials pointed out that in its amount of benefit payments Badorett, minister, officiating.: ; of Arlington, and Mrs. Audrey St. about two years in this work. The Rev George Tison. pastor of

present condition the area in question although :hc baiting as a retirement program Burial was in the family: plot in JM.n! of Ellington; ; one brother. (;anin'j was filled with music and :ho church. extends a cordial) m-
; X
; Err the protection of the aged Crosby Lake Cemetery under the Harvey Stauffer of NOT'ay.1ich.; .. I1 ili ionies. etc. The principal .faion to the public to attend
months the for
designated some ago by city use 'vase earn*-, it has now become a di.cction: of DeWitt C. Jones 'M aker was Dr. B. L. Luttrnl.Kvanechst il? of the services
of
possible industrial sites, actually is largely unfit ". a jistei. Mrs. Mane Ferguson!
as : : IIv insurance program pro- and Leader of this
Funeral Home.KXECTTIVfi Mich. and 17 grandchilclitn. -
for this purpose due to the unevenness of the Airman James R. I Roddy J JStiutli utting not only the wage earner Pontiac.. : : Missionary Movement-

terraine where excavations have been made in son of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill uut the self-employed as well in : r.OXRD MEETINGThe Dr. John McNeill will pay hip 701
the past. The tract is uncleared and presentsa Struth of Starke. has com- ("ld- .ge in total disability, and Funeral services!'; were held at 2 ; r.nualisit to the Tabernacle in Oa9Sc
executive board of the p. m. Monday in the DeWitt C-
unattractive view that would dis- dieted his basic training at LacK- l.ii family in case of the worker's : '""If near future.
generally land Air FOrce Base San Anto- atath.FKKMJVTERIAN". Staike Woman's' Club will meet .Ions Chapel with Rev W F Ask -
courage anyone who came here looking for an industrial i'jc. Texas and has been selected Thuf"5taaftl"rnoon.. Jan. 7. at : -c_ pa<=tcr of Arlington: Krishts3ptfct E'lptl't Churrh. officiatinaBural : : 666
location. m attend the technical training CIHT.C1I Church. and ReL D. was in the family plot infltystone t ie
3.30::: o'clock in the club house
The Chamber suggested that Starke do as course for munitions and weapons Htines. pastor of the Starke First Hcichts Cemetery.
at AFB Col- Sunday, 9:45: a. m., Church .
many other cities have done reclaim this area opeciahsts Lowry in -
through the sanitary land fill system, which orado.. He is a graduate of Brad- ochool: 11 a. m.. Morning Worship. .
ford School. Ccmmunion: 2:30 p. m.. T 7.e
would soon fill in the low spots so that the entire High point meeting of Deacons and Eld- t l ir

area could be smoothed off and developedinto Cs. eis. 6 p. m.. Youth Fellowship::

an attractive industrial park over a periodof Pvt. James M. Rogers, son of 7:30 pm-, Evening Worship.

several years. Mr. jnd Mrs. Wm. J. Rogers of Wednesday.. 7:30 p. m.. mid- t .

Some members of the Council shied away from Brooker, has been assigned to Co. week Piayer Service.
C'. 7th Bn.. 2nd Training Regiment Thursday. 3 p. m.. Cdmmuni-
the suggestion because it was felt that property
at Fort Jackson. S. C. for cants class.
in the industrial park area would objectto
owners ., 8 choir practice
eight: weeks of basic combat train- Friday: p. m.
having the sanitary land fill operation moved m
into that part of town. other members seemedto have during the Christmas holi- \M1TOX: CHRISTIAN DAN RIVER

feel that if the sanitary land fill system were nuys.PU.. CHURCH :

operated according to plan, there would be no Sunday Bible School 10 a. OPERATION OPERATION
cause for objection since the refuse that i is dumped m.; Morning Worship, il a. m.;; .

there is supposed to be covered at once with Phillip E. Mobley. son of Evening service 7 p. m., and Prayer ..
heavy equipment purchased for that purpose. If M.no Mrs. Wilbur Lacy Mob- meetng every Tuesday at 7:30p. : + t, _

this is not being done at the present site then the ic-y: of Starke, has: also been as- m. JC'hnV' ite. pastor. HEAVY NYLON VISCOSE r"

system is not being operated as it should be, one "-.i/neH: to the same training unit.
at Fcrt Jackson, and will be given -
Councilman remarked. 0 LUSTEROUS, LASTING AND LINT-FREE t ; f
time off to send the Christ-
Q FULLY ROLLER COATED NON SKID BACKS -
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No formal vote was taken on the suggestionby mas holidays at home.
but ifdid touch WHENYOU O MATCHING: COLORS AND DESIGNS IN ALL SIZES-
the Chamber of Commerce,
4.M'\Sp(( xa
off a general discussion of the desirability of improving REGULAR $1.00 REGULAR $298 REGULAR $3.98
Airman 3-c Donald R. Cooper..
the industrial park area so that attractive son of :Mrand Mrs. C L. Cooper 21" x 36" 27" x 43" 30" x 60"

sites might be immediately available when cf Route 2. Starke. recently grad- SHEETS

much could intd from the aircraft mechanic
and if needed. It was agreed that
Bourse at the 3750th Technical et @ "THE WORLD BEST REGARDLESS OF PRICE"
be done to improve the area, even without mov- AFB. c 8
St-hool. USAF. Sheppard.
ing the sanitary land fill operation there. Clear- Texas. He attended Bradford High NEED 8' .A 4itiY 1 U $288 WHITE MUSLIN WHITE MUSLIN

ing, cleaning, and pushing dirt from high spots School and prior to entering miii- V 81 x99
service was employed as a meat 72x99
into low spots) were among the possibilities men-
try service was employed as a
tioned, and a committee was named to contact meat cutter in Starke. ,
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the County Commission and :see if some help, in .. tnONEY $ 68
$ .78
the way of equipment, would be forthcomingfrom ; SCATTER RUGS
Pfc. Joseph A. Gay. son of Mr.
that source. ?r.d Mrs. G. A. Gay of Brooker.:
Even if the suggestion of moving the sanitary recently qualified as an expert in SEE US OUR REGl" <\R i i 00 EACH

land fin pperation is rejected by the Council, per- firing: the M-l rifle, while serv- PILLOW I t CASES

haps it will have served a worthwhile purpose.It !'i!: the 4th Armored Division" in

shows that business leaders, as represented on jig with the 4th Armored Division *

the Chamber of Commerce board are interestedin .n Germany. ForjQQ
Gpy entered the Army in Sep-
and
having the industrial park area developed WHITE
trmbrr and completed basic
1958.
made presentable. If Council does not see its Au J (
traininr at Fort Jackson, S. C. t
LOANSUP
way clear to moving the sanitary land fill operation He arrived overseas last February

then it should be more alert than ever to .nd is now a truck driver in Co.

discover other means of making the industrial: A of the division's 4th Quartermaster -

park area an asset rather than a near-liability, Battalion.

as it is in its present condition. ..yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy..y.y "TO r 11g! !!! ;


Don't Fall For ThisLike RISING $
$600
M- J-t* ,k' .p j1
many other Americans, some Telegraph By Mrs.! Gordon Jones I 7 '

readers would like to add to their income with a :,,
t&&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAI&Christmas i "
small business that needs little personal attention *
) dinner guests of :Mr.
and still brings in a nice profit.It
aiid Mrs. Gordon Jones and
sounds like a good idea of course. Hut daughter were Mr. and Mrs. Ed- "Folks Find Us
watch your step. Don't become the innocent vic- ward Norman of Starke. Mr. and
tim of the "vending machine racket" or the Mrs. Herbert Norman and familyof Friendly" X11 4 ;, "STAR GLOW x

"work at home" fraud. Okb.waha, and Mr. and Mrs. 1' LUREX ALL VISCOSE HOBNAIL ;' '

How do the vending machine schemes work? Thurman Jones and sons of Lady LOCAL FINANCE c OUR REGULAR $4.98 $3.88 OR
L ke. Fla.. FASHIONABLE VISCOSE
Perhaps you've seen their ads (not in The Telegraph -.
Julius Jones of Lady Lake. Fla. "
we're proud to say, for this paper long .s visiting relatives here this week. LUXURIOUS RAYON AND ACRILAN 2 For $750ELECTRONIC POAAPONETTE
of all such advertising OUR REGULAR S3.93
ago adopted a policy consigning !Ir. and Mrs. Edward Norman COMPANY
EXTRA HEAVY KiNG SIZE 72x90
to the wastebasket). The typical lure visited Mrs. Maggie Norman and

reads something like this: "From $400 to $300 relatives in Gainesville last Sun- 116 V. Walnut Street $5.93 VALUE-$3.88 OR ; HEIRLOOMSPREADS $2.8 8 or

monthly possible we will select a reliable man cay afternoon
((2 Doors From Post Office)
from this to refill and collect Mr. and Mrs. Albert Norman
or woman area
and son of Mulberry were visiting PHONES OUR REGULAR $6,9588 OR
from our automatic vending machines. No
money here this past weekend. Joe Nor WO 1-0101 and WO 4-0111 2F $750
selling. To qualify, applicant must have car 2 $500
risn returned home after a weeks or For
references and $400 to $1,200 working capital visit with the Normans in Mulberry. Mrs. :Marguerite Hall, :Mgr. 2 For $1000 :

,
which i is secured by inventory" .

At first glance it sounds as if a job is being I.. -- --_..
.offered to service the machines, but this is i only CANNON / I

come-on bait. The applicant finds that he must '/j'. .' .. '.
buy the machines and the goods that go into -. /
them. Usually the machines- and contents are YOU CAN GET YOURCALENDARS EXTRA HEAVY < :..,......, .. I

inferior and the locations where they are placedare t3T 7 EXTRA THIRSTY ."

generally poor. So the sucker who! sinks f ." < -'' .. I 2 1

his money into this scheme may lose everything.The Ea'i -

same principle is often involved in the BATHTOWELS I

ads that read: "Would you like to work spare FOAM PILLOWSREGULAR

time at home?" The victim buys some type of I $4.98-$3.88 OR

costly machine with which to do the work and ,

then finds that the company, on some pretext

refuses to accept his product.Of : REGULAR SI.49

haps course profitable there vending are some machine reliable and and work-at-per- T ? HE-MAN 24x46 SIZE 2 For $750 I II

home deals, but a careful check should be made ,

by the person entering into contracts with them

before he parts with any hard-earned cash. ; ,, w. 1 t Remember you can- ,
Since The Telegraph cannot obtain the neces- DESK WALL PICTORIAL $150-1

sary: reports without considerable delay, we k j For CHARGE IT :

simply reject all such ads in the belief that we

are acting in the best interests our readers. AT a Use Our 30 Day

l CANNON-Best Quality Or Take


THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH H. C. WALL AGENCY 'M' WASH CLOTHS Months To PayI

OUR REGULAR 25c EACH
Fl.OR''0', .L ,,",T WEEKLY MEW. 200 EAST CALL STREET I

e PIPER PI"BLI! HED CONTINOV3LTCST.

: THE: SAME. 187STNPtR MASTHEAD. Please/ Come By For Yours 2 2St I If

.%\11..... Earh Thar oar F.mtrtri .. BrrB Class MatterI For .
the Post Older at Stark. Fla. mmtrr Act .f Mar. t. l7..


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rlTttt, __ tnr.trrtrrrrrrr. I Oilando and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy O. Vets "" "" Miss Arthurine Blanchard of i iy! and Spurgeon held.Mrs

I Russ and children in Apopka. Mrs. Edna Hazes, Mr. and Mrs. y".I Jacksonville spent the Christmas Massey were guests of their parents 'I Effie Miner had as guests Mrs. H T J.irkhsn! m- family .

BROOKER i Winners of Yule DecorationsThe O- C. Hazes and baby daughter of LAWTEY weekend with her sister. Miss En- Rev- and Mrs. A. E. Massey coiling the weekend Mr and Mrs. of Ga i1lt. -n:ll'. an.: U:: Edwin:

i ittjr Brooker Garden Club spon- Gainesville and Mrs: Fred Wilson i za Blanchard. crank Wells and daughter of Lee-1! Starlings.
Day.
Barbara Sue Davis : crcd three prizes for Yule decor- and son. Edwin of Fort Lauderdale Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter and o r Christmas burg and Miss Mary Ann Motes <

ations this year and the winners were the Christmas dinner guetts' Ay Mr JOYCV T. INYt'b.eatssa&a11&ataea.tala I ions had as holiday guests Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley and cf the University of Florida. i> CIHTRCIi OK (il)l'

..AAAA.AAAA&&A4. were as follows: first prize. Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell and i I i I ind Mrs. Frank Sweat and familyo family are visiting relatives] in' Mr. and :Mrs. O- J- Boyett of Sunday School, 10 a. D. MornIng -

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prescott and Stalnaker second prize. Mrs. Ern- daughters. I I Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs- Hcney Giove. Texas. : Valdosta and Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Worship 11 a. m Sunday
Mrs. Selma Eunice and Mr. and
children of Whicmama were the est Edwards, both had nativity Jessie; Pan ish of Tampa visited Wesley Arwood and family of Abcut 20 ladies of the WSCS mond Williams of Jacksonville j jsited Evening Service 7:45 p. m. yrESen.'ice
Mrs. J. S. Eunice and son had as '
Methodist Church had their .! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban : Wednesday, 7:45 p. m
holiday guests of his mother, Mrs. fxenes. and third prize went to Mrs. Beulah Harrell and Mr. and Alelrose. ol the
holiday guests Mrs. Mary Lockeof
Doshie Prescott. They were visited Mrs. G. W. Davis who had Santa Mrs. M. O- Harrell during the Jacksonville and Jimmy :1 Dean Harley returned to his annual Christmas party at the i r.d sons this weekend. Prayer Meeting: Friday. 7:45 p. m

by the Dewey Fowler family of -aught in the window and Rudolph holidays.Mrs. Eunice of Valdosta. State College.Mr. 'home I in Philadelphia last week hume of Mrs. G. W. Roberts on Edward Wainwright of Little

Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr. peeping over the chimneyat Rodney WifVJins[ of Jacksonville and Mrs. Brad Norton and .I Her an extended visit with his I I Tuesday evening. The gifts were Rock. Ariz.. anjtr.. and Mrs. ELECTROLUX

and Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. him. was the Tuesday after- i-imily pent Christmas with Mr. !I i tether.:' Sumpter. and grandmothei. : distributed in an unusual; manner. f Jack Wainwright and son of Way- Vacuums. Waxers! Scrubbers

and children attended the an- Judges for the occasion were noon guest of Mrs. Mamie Hodges.Mr. aid Mis. Charles Norton in TamP Mis. A. H. Harlev. A ixjem way read which containcd -" cross spent the; holidays with their For Free Home Demonstration -

nual Christmas Eve party at the Mis. Mizelle. president of the Lake and Mrs. J. W. Parrish and Mrs. E. M. Fetch and Floyd I the word "Santa Ciaus" many 03rt.'nts.lr.. and Mrs: Tru'oyWain : Call Gary Garner. Local

home of her sister Mrs. J. L Butler Garden Club and Mrs. firnily of Providence were the \ were in Jacksonville on Friday for times. Each lady exchanged her wripht.
Mr. and: Mrs- Ed Teston and Sales Representative
Whittle Jr., in Jacksonville. Douglas of Worthington Springs.Mr. Sunday afternon visitors of :Mrs. i a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dave .tift with some one when the word Mr. and Mrs. Dan Starling en'i.Ted atWO
San of Tampa visited Mr. Teston'sbrothers ;
Overnight guests of the W. E. and Mrs. Dick Raulerson Mamie Hodges and Mr- and Mrs. !. Lonnie and Earl and Putney and family. '.mta" was read. When the poem : the holidays at their camp 4-1263

BJgham Jr. family Christmas Eve dnd sons and Mrs. Rachel Green E. W. Hodges.Mr. I their families last week. i Mr. and Mis. Leon Starling and was finished; they kept the gift in the Scrub with their: son Doyle

and ;Mrs. A. L. Rain of High family of Jacksonville visited Mr -
were Sgt. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee.Jr. were the holiday guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett and

of Parris Island S- C. and Mrs. Clyde Roberson of Lake- I 3Jringsisited Mrs. Mamie Hodges (|}Ir. and Mrs. Gary Bennett and ;a.id Mrs. G. I> Shuford on Friday

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham. land. j Fr idly night. ton weie guests of Mr. and Mrs. .alter noon-
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis and i I 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. Turney spent Park Theatre Jan. 2ndi
Sr. of Lakeland were the holiday :
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey jGenn I Williamson and sons in :
house guests of the W. Bigham, I were: visiting Mr. and Mrs. Purcl family of Columbus. Ga- were j I'Jacksonville! on Friday. the long holiday weekend with
quests of Mrs. Mamie Hodges I Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cushing and
andI
Jr. family.Mr. Dukes in Lake Butler Sunday i Mr. ?nd Mrs. Walter Wilkison
and Mrs. M. A. Abrams and afternoon.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges from tptnt Thursday through Saturdaywith j family and Mr. and Mrs. Max D
Marion and Frances and Wednesday through Sunday. I u.:,, in Tallahassee: Mrs. Coia
children
Christ- Mr.and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and
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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Miller of Bessie Brown spent her Mr. and Mrs. Carl Edwards and family in Jacksonville. ( Turner in Bonifay: and Mrs. B. F-

fjainesvllle were the Tuesday mas in Jacksonville with 1 :l.mily cf Gainesville were visiting ;t 1 Marsha in Jay.
Everett of Jacksonvillevisited
j Burney
night: dinner guests of Mr. an1 daughter.Mr. ( Mrs. Mamie Hodges Saturday. I' i Mr. and Mrs. H. C Kelly and
with mother Mrs.
Mrs. W. E. Bigham. Jr. and Mrs. Pete Douglas of | Mr. and Mrs Carl Sivers Bobby I I Georgia Ann his Sapp. last ,Wednes- t'.ns were Christmas supper guestsof

I Carolina, and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mr. and :MrsFrank
Sgt. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee. Jr. Hodges and her roommate. Beverly Jones and
: Douglas of Jacksonville and Hubbell and friend. Rodney : day. family in Keystone. They were
of Parris Island S. C. and Roy I : Visitors attending services at
Turner of Lake Butler were the :Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglas Beiture of Jacksonville visited Mrs. snopping in Jacksonville Saturday.
the First Baptist Church on Sun'day -
Saturday luncheon guests of the spent the Christmas holidays withi Mamie Hodges and Mr. and Mrs. :'I and had a visit "with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Keeffee
W. i Mrs. Iva Douglas. ; e. W. Hodges; Sunday.Mr. were: G. B. Colson in Brooker Sunday.Mr. Monster '
E. Bigham Jr. family. Hit
and two children Mr. and
1 Mrs. Eva Harrell and Mr. and i and Mrs. Leroy Stokes and I jlIureH; : and Mrs. J. Warren hadas r ti
Those enjoying Christmas Day Mis. Bill Harrell of Jacksonville; tapmoRttor!
I Mrs. M. D. Harrell and daughter. 1 children] of Dundee. Mr. and Mrs. | I guests during: the weekend Mrs.
dinner with the W. E. Bihams,
?ln;. Lennie Drawdy of Waycross;
i i
I Sharon. spent Christmas in Pa- !; Dewey Stokes and children. Mr. Victor Appleby and family. Mr I iAPIO
Jr. family were Mr- and Mrs. W. i and Jimmy Eunice of Valdosta.
I hatka; with Mr. and Mrs. Paul ; and Mrs. II. Fipps and children aid Mrs. Marvin Warren and HIS
E. Bigham. Sr. of Lakeland and I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hewett and "
of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Jacksonville and Mr. e
Mr. and Mrs. L- Hardee Sr. of j Emory.I i .s0:1 of Tallahassee spent the
:
Jacksonville.Mrs. | Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Brannon of j, Junior Stokes and children of Christmas holidays with Mr. and and Mrs. Leslie Bradley and family /TERRORZ/

Tcrrel Green of j High Springs and Mr. and Mrs. i of Kingsley Lake. TCBll
Frances Russ and daughter. | Paiatka and 1 ;vlrs. Arlie Dobbs. I F THE
the Christmas Buddy Stokes and children of W. J. Wise of Opp. Ala., is visit- -ter Earl lightraawf
1 Gainesville were I Julia Fetch of Talla-
Linda of Chicago. Ill. visited Miss Mary
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Starks were visiting Mrs. H. E. in;?; his son Ralph and family. for a week! 4ANTTKIH8
holiday
Mrs. Russ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. I hassce; sprat<< Wednesday through
Stokes and They were all Christmas guests of
children. daughter Ruby, '
Mack Howard of Starke: and Mr. Roy Green and I Patuiday with her mother Mrs. J. CAR
Cm i tmas day. ?ir. and Mrs. Theodore Young in
MAPPER AID
and Mrs. Ernest Russ last week. Mrs. Verhe Johns spent the I : T. Futch. They were all Friday I fRCST TIME HEiE! I
with MJS. H. E. Stokes and daughter I Starke. USUALLYUNLIKE
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and | Christmas holidays in Tampa guests of Mr. and Mrs. Benton ANYTHING DOES(
: Ruby were the supper guests of Friends of John Brown will re-
I i I her son James Johns. F'ltch and the Warren Kellys in I iy
children. Barbara and John were !Mr. and MrsJoe Vickers of Ala- I gitt to learn that he was removed '' YOU HAVE EVE
tile holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. I iand Mrs. Charles Perry of t! Slarke. I
thua also Mr. and Mrs. Shirley from Bradford County Hospital to I SEEN BEFORE:!

J. Waters of Dundee Sunday. Gainesville were the Christmas Tctstonc and children.Mrs. I Bill Dobbs who is working near University Medical Center in Gainesville I

I the Davis family visited friends in cay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lily Love of Trenton and Pcnsacola! spent the Christmas on Sunday.

here with his family.
hoiidays
I
Mrs. Murleen Rodgers! of Daytona :, Miss Geraldine Hughes of Pen- ., }
Clyde: Wainwright of Bartow was
Beach were visiting Mr. and Mrs. .i I sacola is visiting Mr. and Mrs. M- ; a s SHOULD ROT COME ALQRE,'
visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. IRIR8AR KCORT TO
Tim Rodgers through the holidays.Mr. L. Turner.Mr. .
... and Mrs. Ruey Tetstone and 'Henry: Wainwright this week. and Mrs. Ray Dorman and a PROTECT YOU WNEi THE '
MrsBillie Carr of Tallahassee LIGHTS CO OUT!
daughter of Jacksonville. Mr. acid \i I Sons of Jacksonville were Friday \

Mrs. Buck Tetstone of Gainesville ,' a-ld Elzy Padgett of Jacksonville night and Saturday guests of Mr. y 1N
I lest week with Mr. and Mrs.
C J. Tetstone!' and children Mr. spent :and Mis. Bryant Reddish.Mr. ,
Edihe .7 _
1 and Mrs. Raiford Tetstone of ,; Padgett.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore's j
and Mrs. I. J. Manning and
.: Jacksonville. Otis Tetstone of ;guests during the holidays were:
of Glenn St. had
Gainesville.: Melba Tetstone and :laiaily Mary ;Ir and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and a g
I i j Christmas dinner with Mrs. Effie 1
Mrs. Ruby Allen and children were j I i
son, and Miss Jean Cairnes and
II !Boatwright :
and family.
I the Christmas! dinner guests: of Freddy Moore of Hendersonville. 41 13e __
II Mrs. Annie Stevens. Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. George Tetstone. ;::;, AIis. Johnny Young and family of I I N. C.: Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Andrews 5 IN PERSON: <.., "I .
I Mikel Dowling of Atlanta. Ga. :
| and family of Wildwood: Miss
e Athens, and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. I
.and Dennis Dowling of Jackson- Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville: Mr.
I and daughter of Jacksonville ( THE MUMMY-KING KON
1 iSapp
!'
tilie K.I :
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. j and Mrs. Billy Torode and son of
: were holiday guests of Mr. arid !
JDa'is during the holidays and :1 Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Drew'
Mrs. Arthur Pearce.Mr. : Hollywood Gerilli character portrayals
they spent a few days with their Reddish and sons of Starke: and
father. C. D. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt had $E / WE CAN'T ADVERTISE WHAT HAPPENS WHEN REAt
in the
I Dowling, : i Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Casey and
: &rub. ; r> Christmas guests Mr. and Mrs. I ra MUMMY GRABS SLAVE GIRLS AND LIGHTS GO OUT,
i
l I I I J. C. Prevatt and family of Ocala family. 4f
: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis and ::' BUT WOW =
i Those visiting Mr. and Mrs.
I son of Gainesville were visiting the: L. H. Harpers of Kingsley f

uic N. J. Davis" Friday afternoon.I I Lake, and the Truman Normansilis. Flank Cruce on Christmas day SOMETHING YOU NEVER DREAMED YOU'D SEE!

I Carl Prevatt "was taken ill were Mr. and Mrs- J. M. Cruce and
A
Miss Judith Ann Bushloper of II .'
Friday evening but we're glad to family of Orlando. Mr. and Mrs.
I Jacksonville; and Sidney Moody of _
I Gicen Cove Springs were the Sat- report that she is much better [Rotx\t Carlton and sons and the -
I Emory Duncan family of Jackson-
I i 1111! day night dinner guests of Mr. '
now.Mr. V. L. Starling IF YOU ARE BRAVE ENUF YOU WINSKILITOHon ..
2nd Mrs.! Roy Reddish of v'ile. and Mr. and Mrs. ;', -
and Mis. N. J- Davis. _
Webster and ;Mr. and Mrs. and family-
Bobby
Mr. and :Mrs.: W. Bushloper LIVI.1G SHRUNKEN HEAD
;' and children. Nancy and Mickey Reddish of Daytona were Friday Wayne Massey of Hanover. Germany R !

i( rf Jacksonville visited Mr. and over-nicht guests of Mrs. Mary Mr.and Mrs. Daniel Mas- WE BET YOU CAN'T TAKE IT! ....--

''MrsN.I J. Davis Sunday night. Reddish.Mr. sry and family of Naples, Mr. and

and Mrs. Glenn Shuford Mrs. Edward: Lee Massey and fam-
; Mr. and Mrs. Hershal Laifield ..
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and son spent Christmas Day with -- --- -
., end children of Gainesville Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Martin in I
: :;nrs.. Jack Simmons and son

I of the Mountie Oak section. Mr. Daytona. Glenn's father, George

i 5 :: and ;Mrs. Woodrow Thomas and Shuford, accompanied them and I :
I visited his nephew. Carl Shuford .
children, Mr. and MrsBishop
and in Eau Gallie. -
family
Thomas Mr. and -
: and children. I
Rev. and Mrs. Howe and .'
Tommy "
Mrs. Noon Felia Moore
Mott. Mrs.


Volley Starling'sGrocery 1 I and reunion son.dinner Buford Christmas enioyed a day family at i,''g family;.MrsHattie ests of of Mr.Baldwin and Darley Mrs.were G-and L.Sundav Sapp.the ..l"g\ \\" ,, \\ \ : \\ ) ... ..... ,. ;:; >,'; ,, :\\\h\ a ;)

the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. I
Buster Bennetts had as holiday :
Lewis of Starke. j

& MarketStarke Mr .and Mrs. Ray Wilson and I guests, Mrs. Alice Austin and sons

of Daytona.Mr. .
baby.: Robin. of Jacksonville and |
and Mrs. Phil Shuford and
ilrand Mrs. J. L. Thomas and '
family of Moore Haven. Mr. and
Fla. daughters of Foley. Ala. were the
(Mrs.. Joe Shuford of St Augus- lJ
holiday weekend guests of Mrs.
(ii oover Thomas. !!tme... and the Sidney Shufords of
"
i Starke Christmas guests of
were
Miss Joann Thomas of Jacksonville -
Mis. John Shuford and Dave and ,.
rG
spent the Christmas holidays ...
the Shufords.Mrs. ...
with her father. Mr. Troy Thom- I George ... .l 3J
Nellie Wilkerson "was avery .' ./ rte"i
a.c and sifter.! Patricia. .." '
l all her -
happy mother to have
Misses Rebecca Thomas and l _.
[ne daughters and their families \i -

t L-1'1 till It Carolyn Hines of Jacksonville I with her on Christmas Day. Those ............
spent the holidays! with their re- _
': i Jres?nt were Mr. and Mrs. Robert -u=o
<:tot>ctive parents.: Mr. and Mrs-
\ Smith and daughters:: of Mem-
Rob Thomas and Mr. and Mrs.D. .
4i Is Ipr.is, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Manis
A. Hines. I
Griffis and sons of Palatka Mr. -- -

Miss Kay Emerson of Bland was 'and Mrs. Tom Whaley and family ,

the guest of1iss:: Linda Sue ,,,f Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas during the holidays.gULO I Virgil G iffis and daughter of th'.
l
State Farm and Mrs. Daisy Boch

and stir.Mr. .
; .
and Mrs. 0 J. Anders and,

:'Hiily had Christmas dinner with ;
f
Mr. end Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and J 1f

family in Jacksonville.Mrs. JJJ

1 l.L l.t l. Futch.. Joyce Miss: Futch.Christine Mrs. Griffi Terry


:Miss Inez Griffis. and Miss Man

I Julia; Futch visited Mr. and Mrs

G. W. Durham and S. J. Futch in

Y d Jacksonville on Friday evening.

b Mr. and Mrs. H. Chojnacki and[ t

family of Orange Park "were Sunday -


1'J guests of Mr and' Mrs. R. E


I lee.Guests of :Mr.: and Mrs. P. L

L, j L I'Dinkins during the holidays were::

:Mr.' and Mrs. Paul Dinkins and
.
1 .
., son of St. Augustine; Mr. and Mrs

Horace Cox of Santa Fe: Mis
i
I Adel Dinkins Casey Dinkins anc

oi f'' _
son and Miss Hazel Pittman

Just a ring of cheer :Jacksonville: Richard Dinkins ol ::

Houston. Texas: and Mr. and Mrs i

!, So frirn l. will her ''Cnarles Dmkins of Starke. Littl< I

of Mr. and Mrs
,I I !; David Allan son -

A big Happy. New Year! ; Paul Dinkins. was christened al t

I tiE Methodist Church on Sundaj I


I Charley E. Johns Agency ,I II I 1 morning.The family. of Mrs. A. H. Harley FLORIDA PEST CONTROL & CHEMICAL CO.Ot'RSDAT

v Sr.. gathered at her home or .

1 t GENERAL INSURANCE I II I Sunday. Dec. 20, for their annua:1

,I i Warren'sI {family dinner. Among the out-of-

Starke, Fla. I town guests were Mrs. MattiE

I Shell Station Miley of Jacksonville and Mr. ant

I Mrs. Nelson Blocter and sons olLake f


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Couple Arrested Here In ConnectionWith f ihead of Sunland to come to his I II Busy Session 'been thrown from his boat. Sapp'sl f fI Florida pool at 11:30 a.m. and will Natural 1 Gas Line bntinv natural gas to its cusU>m-

,I office and check records as toJones' i 1 I boat was circling and he seemed appear before the judges again'at eta shortly after that.
|in dinner: of being run over by iLJ: 2 p.m. in old-fashioned formal Report Given
address, finding that he In White Ie.ei! Company of
Safe-Cracking Job In Live OakA ProspectFor _The water was the roughest, Kepresvnted in the contest are
i had left the job without notice in ever' experienced during a Gator all units of the 4Sth Armored The last report filed with the i, Springfield. Ill n now working on

i\Iay.(I: Alachua County deputies, Commission Bowl Regetta and several drivers Division under Maj. Gt'n.laxwell.,. City on progies of natural gas' conversion: of five generators at
man and his wife who had plant there had been entered.
the
installation that
pipeline indicates municipal plant to nat-
j found that Jones had a brother- were thrown out. The course wash C*. Snyder of Jacksonville: the power
been living in :Starke for a short tree safe opened, and approximately Ktown i Stevens, the .-ontractois. und
in-law: in Gainesville and from Election, of a chairman and ap-': ten laps around from the Main Mst Infantry Div., commandedly
I line were arrested last week in $600 and other property* have laid !s3: per cent of the
'' the marker (;en. Henry McMillan; gas.W.
'.115 source came the information :pointments of a county,attomey.I Street Bridge to light I Brig.
J..!*1)O feet of four-inch
tonneciion with a safecrackingjob ,.stolen. Gloves had been used so tint Jones was possibly living in load superintendent, and courthouse below the Arlington Bridge. the 125th Fighter Group AIM.: main. C. T. U.
in Live Oak on Dec 15. i there were no fingerprints. t Starke.: :1. janitor and grounds keeperwill i led by Lt. Col. Leon A. Moore and 3.5 per rent of the 63.080 ffet ,I
of two inert the
( main in City's
Sheriff Hugh Lewis of Suwannre -, A member of the Live Oak city 1 When Sheriff Lewis arrived be among the items of !bus-' Jr.: and Non-Divisional Troops.f'ommandE't "I HAVE FOUR GOOD REASON'S
i Miss Florida diMnbutioixs( system. i
County expressed belief that ,poiice; force reported seeing a i i here he was assisted by the She ,'. ;ness when the County Commission by Col. Kthvard t. In addition to the mains, there FOR TOTAL ABSTINENCE

tI.( man Paul D. Jones and his j uspicious looking" car in town j f ti.4 ollice and the City Police in meets Monday for its first National Guard I 1 HenryJr.. 'i. ate 5 .000 feet of service lines. to HEALTH IS BfTI'l11: \-
wife. Jessie Jones may be members i the night of the robbery, and had I 'i/tating the Jones' car about 3''1 1I I960 se.Sion.Among Maj. Gt"n.Iark \V. Iance. i!I (>.. |ljid.; HEART IS LIGHTER __ AND

of a "gang" that is responsible ;,obtained the tag number, indicating -I a. m in front of a rooming house. the items to be ronsld- To Be SelectedThe i j.State Adjutant General of Florida I MV Fl'RSK IS HK\VIER.-

; for several similar jobs in'; the car was registered in Ala Jones was arrested and a searchof !: ered fcy the board will be a 1 t'i will crown the winner. She' It is expected' that the project |iIR. GVTHRIE IV NATIONAL

that area, including two robberies :,chua County. the car revealed burglar took :,i quest from the City of Starke that tint annual: "Miss Florida will visit the Atmv National :( VOICE:

*t Madison; one at Wellborn andH'other. When Sheriff kiwis located the I ni the trunk and some of the ., the Commission include request: National Guard" will be selected Guard summer encampment the I

: at Live Oak where the l Erman i in Gainesville ho had purchased I goods that had been taken from i,! for the widening of SK. 16 fiom a field of 19 contestants in Air National Guard field trains ,

that safe in Live Oak. After further limit to a two-phase contest to b*> held u.g site, and! will appear at the
i.{W armory was entered- ( : the tag they found :the I through Staike, from city
The search th ended success-: ,he had traded it last April to a investigation the evidence( city limit on its "want list"' to at Cypress Gardens: on Sunday snnual National Guard Officers'i I Sell it Remit Trade

luily;} in Starke led throu h three or dealer theie A ('ht--'k with the ': \ :&.. such that Jonej wife was also ce submitted to the State Road Jan. 10. As 4eL tion Ball in St. A.ugusthie.

counties as pieces: of information I dealer revealed that the car had arrested, and buth were returned Department early in 11K!: >0.i All Army and Air National I

wire pieced together to track down I been purchased by Jones who at I to the Suwunnee County Jail 'i i The constniction of boat rampson Guardsmen: in uniform will be' TIlE RIGHT POINT for ,-eay : WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

the alleged thieves. It started in i tat time was employed by the where they were held on chargesof at least two lakes in the aorr.itted free for the day to you urtte. Come In and ee-

Live Oak when Sheriff Lewis was i Sunland Training Center.At breaking and entering. 1 county will also be discussed in i, witness the event. The gill will lest your favorite KSTERBROOK I fLiSCIFIEn: I>I'PL4T 'In
-- PrOK Lek ....
notified that the Senelair Oil bulk 1 a. m. Sheriff Lewis got the Several drills found in Jones'car view of recent notification fromJ. | be judged in bathing suits at the I I'Fountain fro. TELKGBAPH. II.IN rfR INCH' FOR 'a1ME .to nF.pr.4TJf) OR Ant MORE TIMMCAHIIH .rtt..

were identified as some he D. Johnson district'I' ---
.assistant
OK THK U 9 T. M w.,..) _-___ ___ .
had borrowed from a garage on.engineer with the State Road OSFK M WORn" ---_ 4 ('..... r.r vises a.-
U. S. 301 North, where he had Department, that the SRD will
Rev Lewis D. Haines, Pastor worked a short time. The drills be ready lw proceed with its por-i I eiF.MIIHIII.r AMI' HF.cOU'Tlo\0" __ 4 r..,. Per _...

Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town bud been ground down to fit l stquipnu.nt. lion of the work as soon as the)tI TerwillegarMotors ?o UOHII* OH I..: II. 0.. ....rtlo. fttlmlmmm (">.r... .ntAf1I

Phones: Office WO 4.6S01Pastorium WO 9-2301 Sheriff Lewis. said that the in-county i has built graded toads to] ..IDDITfY.11.. WORD 0\FH :0 ___n___._ ___._ ... _,er Wad-
the sites and acquired necessary)Ipi :ao', ; m'i'ot'\T: oRTPKVT: IuEHT1o1g ..'WIG ADjDT
SUNDAY SERMONS11:00: A.M. 7:30 P.M. 'vestigation is not complete, and operty. The Road Department: 35. AVUI1In".u, FJI BI.I>D ADS MR ADS 'OT P&to.. 'YCm
additional arrests of other
that will build the concrete ramps. I II
School 9:45 A.M. Union 6:15 P.M.: members of the "gang" may pos- I ...
Sunday Training : I The matter of formal accept wi"1 I'.\KPoUT. HATH P.No *-
follow. He expresed I I ....d i 1
idly appre- > -llng. nioni-y down Finance.ttailabir I F'II RKXT :
of in the bedroom
ance streets KeystoneClub furnished
4-4471 15: .. ,,
fallo ICtp 'I1"
sheriff's departmentof n KingMey
"i .tion to the Lake
Available
)
FIRST BAPTIST Church -- Starke Alachua and Bradford County Estates subdivision will also I I .iJA I 10 Jun... Phone VO4l.
be before the board. Developer tfrhg
and to the Starke police department .
George D. Wood had notified the HEELSPut
I their cooperation in the "tin ALKBuilders- t t'aM nil
Midweek' Service Wednesday 7:30 P.M.A for( CircaIaut.R -
; commission that repair work on I : Ifea.t..r" tan ..* 'pen at
case. :-I arke
the streets, in accordance with a Minutes Ifchar
wi
FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU i Decent agreement, has been com 5 PF.VTON:
ALL USED CAR PRICESREDUCED FLORIST
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Graves Bids In t pleted. ilk !II. THOMPSOV ST.
.
PHOK WO .
A jury list for Circuit Court InSOLES .15:5:
I. D''TnrTlFLO"':R"
Dairy At Sale will also be drawn Monday. WJ SIRE FLOWERS! .1MHHEHKK
LEARN A WELL-PAYING: PROFESSION -
I 1)) I -\ RiinnKN >rnsKnr"' :
(Continued from Page- I Put t on Minutesin 4.",,1 Car for HOWS
15 :your child Fair
erty at public sale on Dec. 28. |Jimmy Moore, I r: ire..Henapd.! Phone WO 4-30JI
II:! X Thnmp" 3t.
HAIR STYLING AND tof I 1 He-hg.
Graves was the only person M
by Phillip
'
sale Butch Smith FOR M.U.t
make a bid when the wash 1 FOR ,
n.ady nut: ,
BEAUTY CULTURE held here Monday.\ .nn.-.. fener ronrrMr pot sand ronrrft cement Work,
>
Court Shoe RepairOpp. .
According to terms of the mortgage Place In RacesJimmy Mr.l.r iairrv k steel oyster shell

the unpaid balance of $57- ( Court House) I torn 1.lm..r..k.T'none Hnirinw-init Co.WQ4-2SJ1. Rrad-(frhgKOI

Accredited Stale Fast, Modern I 500 was to have been paid in 1271 Moore, local boat dealer Year End Sale I
qual installments of $450 plus; 126 N. Court Street : SAUH -- Sweet Potalnm<< Z;
Board School. Teaching Methods. and racing enthusiast, placed, Pr hu. MI farm T'z mile X of 100
interest on the unpaid balance. II I on I'-jyiess Highway. Lucian Con.
Free Graduate *PayasyouIearnWeekly and a final payment of $350. I econd in the overall (unlimited) I I WE HAVE a new lotn program for ner trchg
class in the Gator Bowl regatta I farmers. Loans ot I to S yearsfor tI

Placement Service. Tuition. !I Sunday afternoon on the St.j! the? of entire the farmer credit and his requirement tams- I, J.'UR lo\v..r RENT Inor" apartment- Furni!Desirable>bed small le'caitnn. -

You MINI Enroll Now For Jan. 4th Class! Woods Fires Show _Johns River. His time for the 74 1959 Ford Custom Tudor ily. Calnesville! tTcxlartlon CredMAssociation. I'lose: In. Heanoiuhle rent.
I W H .
I''mile course was one hour and 35 i28 North ]fat.. I roilman. it ::0: Cherry St.
,Marked DeclineWith Ualr."viFla.\ tfch tfchgJICK90
PHONE: FR 6-4105 II minutes, only 60 seconds behind : ONE OWNER j'

I the first place winner, Bob Terry I RADIOS REPAIRED I' :> BlIMmri KIPPLT
CENTRAL HAIR STYLING COLLEGE 1959 drawing to a close, i! All !Make AU *.4el e Hear Of AIR D.4 Factory
of Jacksonville. Moore was 1195E ..,..,... I -miiy Jarkt
Bradford County shows an encouraging NOW lcMBbl Charge ,
driving twin 70's on a catamarantwin was $ $$1695 HipHERir9: imO TV ;1 If W. kavea't eta l Jt HKHR. Thq
21t S. E. 1st Street Gainesville, Fla. decline in the number of hull boat ...as crops. owner hateii-f Rot It (THERK.ew .
( ) ,
I forest fires and the number of 4IZ t;. Tall "M.' Phase "0 4-9991 > dad seed katUlac aapplle
Another Starke racer. Butch Starke, Fla. .r every .nrrip.....
acres: burned during the year. r.mr !. aid l*.k .,.... aid U
r Thirty-eight fires have been repotted Smith placed third in his'.el.sssingle ("OI.O\UI. FLORIST yon don' see *..at y.. wait ask.
( 70 HP engines on 16-foot I U.k r.baMe t. get It far F.. .r
since Jan. 1, with 193.2 Only F T. D Florist In Starke. .
acres binned. Last year at this I;boat) and was also awarded the!lI 1959 Ford Y-8 Pick-up Flowers! wlixl any place. Floi.ere I .n-"Of. I. tfffcj .
I fur all occasions locally. Phone
to j Fort REIT-FQml; .
tune there had been 102 fires, with ( first sportsmanship trophy be I VO 4-t:91; 50< East :Nona St. tfchg lern apartmentI
SHOP 1 I ) conveniences bedrooms air
G15 6 acres burned. sOnly given in ihe regatta. i FORDOMATIC RADIO HEATER (cooditton<< gas }lbt tie per mo. to
SHOPDon't .43 'inch of rainfall was The sportsmanship award came. I FOR RF. Furnished apartniftits rcliiblc party. Millard Judd, 127ILaiaveue.
'' RYalamablp. rate. Near Itch.
corded during the past week. Total after Smith stopped during thej 'I j-hwpping center Phone WO 9-2011 I
SHOP! ] rainfall for the year is in excess I race to pick up another driver., was $$1895 NOW $1795 ''terry 4-S114!; or
I of 80 inches. : Pete Sapp, of Palatka who had!I St'; Shell Oil ro. Offiie.tfchg I{ apartment rate drive with way as Utg.J-. Lake haH and St CaU pri-

wo 4.tUt. tfcb.

Buy Your New Caron HASTINGS MATTRESS

& UPHOLSTERY WORKS Men's Leather

the First StopGO 1957 Ford Fairlane TudorV8 I 710 Lemon St. I'aUtka HALF SOLES

Furniture Repaired Upholstered
M dRANCyBy ONE I
-
I & Refinished
NoW MATTRESSES REBUILT 1.50 up

ANYWHERE FOR A PRICE $ -
was $1295 $1195 New Innerspring

i and Box Springs Men's Rubber
I Drop Us a Card or Call

BUT PALATKA EA :5-9166 HEELS 65C up

G. T. Iluggins 1 STARKF.VO 4-5934

1956 Buick Special Hard-Top I MRS PEma' MI.\LI.FJt, StarkeA ,, STARKE'SSHOE
FOR A BETTER DEAL SEE County Agent
.. ... rent *
.. .
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Don't Wait Till Jan. 8 I been interesting to note the num- : HEATER tfchg

A good number of Bradford I iber of folks who were not sure I Ii I 123 S. Walnut St.
J.ur: KKXT -- Furnished apartment ;
County's Conservation practices i Ij'ist J what it was. was $1095RADIO NOW $$895 I i 4t rear of fit ore building. at,, I I
Billy DowlingAcross are carried out as result of the :j Test Soil Before Fertilizing: I Vau'te 311 lemple: :\f oil at A\r.Mrfarthy'R(V>nta Carag t Mrs."r Across from Park Theatre

ACP program. ; The best basis for knowing your :5 miles on Raiford HJ. tf
Felix Sapp, Clyde Cone and tone and fertilizer needs is from. FOR HAM: -- 4 UU i.bath house!
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Chester Andrews make up our ;,a soil test. Then you know how i ......j...-,*. (*r.lit If wanted. Writ* mow under ronntructinn: on 5..arIL.
Agricultural Stablization and ;the essential nutrients in your soil f.ire<-i.ir. ROT 1190.! Starke, vr call': :0\1... n-jr doors vM, I'ri.\e-ln theatre Tfr
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The Street From Setzer's Coi, eivation Committee. Mrs. ',5 tack upsSoil 11956 Ford V-8 Pickup Custom Cab WO 4-tnT. wr vl'it Adult' KdncaOffice many: other extra frvturen.ll ynttn .
Ij.on t>0 Uldg for addltionnt (- ....... will l I.. completed 7.n. 16thtroy
Mildred Sapp is county office j Ii ; tests taken now can effect tnrnrmati.n 'frhIIJ.H .
wow and decorate to your taH )
manager and Mrs. Mary Ella'your income for the next crop. .". VA or Convrntkm financing Cwi-
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,'I Watterson is office cleik. | Someone has said that you can : was $$895 NOW $795$ 'tr.ilv| .,r Mrx. Pcfcer Hh lltr. 20fi jio fan' L roo!;K.!!:Whitehead. Waldo ztrhg, phone U/U
This January 8 is the last day t continue to farm only if you use i C :\dklns St. phon.0 4-JSjC: tfchg

"Don't Settle For Less Than A Jim Toney" I for making initial requests for as- :the! proper amounts and kinds of "'ur: r:ENT on KALB junfiimlBhtd droom
I Complete T ee Service house at JSO .X. Cherry
siotance under the 1960 program. i fertilizer. We must strive for lowest ; -'I. t'.rnl rrarnnablf' Floyd Green.

JIM TONEY HOMES $1095 and On Tuesday of this week farmers cost production. As costs of Pruning BraringDeMow: ,....,1... \VQ >-:9U. t tell a:

i a the Brooker area were givenan production go down, profits will 1956 Studebaker Commander ing Cavity Work Tare Re- FOR REXT-2 bedroom. furnished
up opportunity to meet at the go up. moval Transplanting hou** with carport and large utility

WE FINANCE FOR 10 YEARS Brooker Club House to discus | About 25 samples were sent to < V-8 RADIO HEATER Sapp's Tree SurgeonsPETE liiW.loom, lnq For.iiT Couple at *JJ or N.with ThomJ Infant)II
See Our Model Home at Waldo Florida l their individual programs. ''the Experiment Station last week !-L Itehsot

12 Miles South of Starke on U. S. 301 I A day for the Lawtey area will 'far testing. Come we us about \PP, Owner ..- !
PHONE \VO 4-S965 nt.NT Large partly fnrnh -
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I be anounced soon. These meetingscut /setting your soils tested. was $$895 NOW $$795 I- .d hou..abl) 3 room and bath

in the county are planned to Tobacco Outlook Favorable I arorU.6ht.I....'. Chat>tain.both 1n Ilanip-on. '11 is.
make it a little more convenient Production for several years has lip
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for many of our farmers who de- iven running below home use and V-ij: KAU: Purebred' Cftllle pup-
.xirc to. participate in the program.. 'export needs. Surplus stocks are pira Lawl.v.t$Ii e*. Walter' .Martin Rt. |

I Under the 1959 ACP program :being reduced. i.i. 1958 Ford Country Sedanwas ..J itp
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approximately 175 farmers, i in the This is a challenge to tobacco -; in kinrl..rlarUn'or
f vf-ral rhlldrm. Mama "flfOrlt
1 wr4r'C1i_ ,+ county; carried out one or more |glowers to plant your allotment.j V-8 Fordomaiic Radio Heater -Ztrhr I .

conservation practices. The major I If you have made: this, decision,, Power Steering and Brakes For RENT S bedroom famished
a+ conservation practices include adding I where is your source of plants? I I house on Khg.ley Lakr. All year
liming materials when needed 1 Will you grow them or buy them? I round .. JtPlr Sam RItf'Dbf'r.

I :!, planting legume cover crops !It is not too late. to prepare and i : $$1895 NOW $1695 I, 'takke tfchg

I ana establishing new pasture. rant:: a tobacco- plant bed. M>U RENT Z ""bedroom completeIv j

No Money Down ... No Charge For Travel You are invited to visit our office Ii':Any Record-Keeping Trouble? I I Lake furnished Central house heat.Tar on Kinralry round." I

during regular hours before j II When you begin closing out, Mr*. O. U P>a..). tU N. Walnut
Anywhere In Florida Same Low Price Jan. 8 to discuss this program as I your farm and home records In! 1953 Cadillac FleetwoodFordor : For Eiprrt Tire. Surgery Can Our t:!. itch:

it might be used in your farm op preparing to make your report I Agent FOR hALE (Pahl t'prightPlano..
lye Use 2X8 for Flr We Furnish Material for eration. you might find that it could have j I ttl X. Temple Phone MO 4-3965 Annie 415 N Church St. Jtp 1'14 I II
Fordor Full Power and Air Conditioner I
Framing, Not 2 X 6's You to Build. We Do Repair Got Any Sweet Potatoes? been asil'r. I f Ag-. .E STORAGE FPACE For FOr: SALK Far mall Sneer A '
I A number of our farmers havea A good complete record-keeping r.nt fall UO 4-534 Itchg Tractor with "luipmrnt. 3315 W.
We Use 2 X 6 for Ceiling Work and Finish good supply of sweet potatoesfor i book might have helped. We have I Only $$795 I LADIES South :St;i C_ r. Hntrn"soff. jtj 1,71, ,

Framing Not 2 X 4's. Houses that are Started. sale. You will notice regularads ciit that Is your for the asking. Its I FOR..RENT 4 room furnished
in this paper and there are has been well planned and 'will i tree fer yourself-women are earn- hf.n at 1111 A. Water St. 1tehR

others all over the county. five you a complete record If you I tat $% or more an hour representing EXPFRIENCED: Baby! Sitter will

Model Home and Office at Waldo, 12 Mites South of Sweet potatoes made a good !keep it. Visit us, call or'writ us. AVON' *hJ. "t your'hora* 'or m''"... lIn.

Starke on Route 301. Call or write or come see JIM yield this past fall. Prices have Strawberry Talk ALSO A GOOD SELECTION OF Write Onida C. Sweat P. 0. Box H. v MrOee; phone 4tf'htr WO4-00(3 tIn j I

TONEY before home. been low for the grower so this Most plants and best looking i II S40 Live Oak. Fla. -
you buy any Your business ap- does make sweet potatoes a good plants we've had in several years. 'n 'try Pnun" mal C.""*n P,,-
preciated. Your credit is good at JIM TONERS.OPEN lire dui Owner may have by identifying -
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purchase for the consumer. Sixty That is the general talk now. CHEAPER MODELS raying board
I ffdllllr pecan treeo for sale in and advertising! ,
8:00: A.M. TILL 8:00 P.M. pounds per bushel-You figure it Well you just wait a little while.If .I Urge or email numlrs rnlr. fontaot City Poll,... ttcb*
plans develop that have been: A. J. THOMAS : I
out.Delbert !Bi Temple Are., Tel. WO4-3701 J"R oALP. HIPI phoMlfranll
Ray D. Forth Jim Toney Homes Green out in the Heil- suggested, you're gonna hear II 4!/ ,l.J...i anft nhof9grenh 11 It. I IJ .
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bronn community made a few strawberry and vegetable talk the! TOUR AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERIN FOR BALE RlaOding. !lL Sarat. 6 a Height
Box 196 Ph. 4307 Box 368 Ph. HO 8.2781Keystone
jambo size potatoes this year. One last part of January Onn"r's equity In modern three bedroom Itn ,

Heights, Fla. Waldo, Fla. he brought into the office was 14 Right now if you are aj strawberry -, IN BRADFORD COUNTY Room ma and onry folly home fnrni'hej.with Florida Land- tm FOR RALU i'5l International 1

,A r inches long and weighed little, and vegetable grower, 'you ; ecapeij grounds, paved street.A. fully 1Zt'-pt elJuJp".n'fct fink 'l' n'ns! truck
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setter than seven pounds. It.has: rost i get curious and: listen. I I REALTOR TEL. WO4-5791 tanks.. See I. L. LqO. A.b.ln Motor .
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STARKE FLORIDA. THURSDAY.. DEC. ,31, 1929
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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS j Death Takes Sam And Roy Jordan | Garbage i L"uie Badger and daughter. Eva. i irlectionand in the November gen-

4I In Annexed Area MELROSEBy of Ponte Vedra. Fla. were\ guests eial election.
cf Mr. and Mrs. George Methodist Church
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By Mary 1(. Mrhaeffer I I Father And Son, Within Two DaysSam I I To Start Monday Joyce Rothhammersaaasasaasaa.aasa.aaaaaa Guests the Chri3tmas at a Turkey holiday?.supper I Th the annual Melrose Christmas Methodist programof Church:

Christmas Decorations i chaperones for each group. When Effective Monday. Jan. 4. gar- Tuesday at the home of Rev. and was presented Sunday at 7.30: p.
Winners AnnouncedThe I ihey had made the rounds they Jordan. 70. of Swan Lake I I Roy Lee Jordan. 45, of Lake 1 bate will be picked up the newly; Mrs. H. W. Tyler included Mr- and m. in the Church buildingMrs..
Keystone Chamber of Com- they returned to the Fue" House near Melrose died Monday night ]!Rosa near Melrose died suddenly annexed area of Keystone Heights Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Robinson .Vis. H. L. Halsey and children R H. Carr and Mrs. L. O. Baldwin
and where they were treated to,cookies three times a week according tan celebrated their 25th wedding an in of the program
merce Christmas Decorations :n a Starke hospital where he';agile; at work last Saturday in the ( and Mis. Lou Demar. Mrs. Hal- were charge
Lighting; Contest for 1959 is now and hot-chocolate. The ladies had been confined with a heart I j jvOnditicn Melrose post office. announcement yesterday by the 1 \'eri'arr.' December 28th. .ty':; mother all of Gainesville' : lint! members of the Church
hs: >tory and for those who have, had decorated the Fire House so it since Christmas day. j, Born in Lexington. Ga. on April .Sanitary Department. Pick-up Mr. and Mrs. Phil Berkleman the Tyler's son. H. W. Tyler. Jr. School and the II. Y. F participaled -
not read the Post Office Bulletin! w&s real Chr tmas-y. Those who Mr. Jordan's son Roy 45, died '!28, 1914 Mr. Jordan was associ 'days will be 'Monday/Wednesday and family from Atlanta. Georgia of Tallahassee: and son-in-laur : ,
Board we will give the names of feJ the carolers were Mrs. Corbett Saturday as the result of a heart |ated with his father in the well- a iid Friday. and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Following the program refreshments
the winners: First prize winner Terrell. Mrs. Richard Cunningham ttack while working in the Mel-,drilling business at Melrose. He 1 Containers must be placed be- arrived Christmas Eve to visit MrBtTkleman's Ho-jan and family from theMe- were served in the Educa-
for the Religious Home Decora- Mrs. Michael Redfearn. and lose post office but due to theelaer .was a veteran of World War II siJe the nearest road or alleyway parents Mr. and Mrs rnodi Youth Camp at Leesburg: tional Building.A .
tions was Fred Dodd; Second J Mrs Barbara Southwell. Couples .Jordan's condition he was j aua e member of the Melrose mainlined by "the Town of Keystone C P. Berkleman. and sister. Ruth. aid J. J. Hogan of Melrose. H. W.. public address system has
Prize George Schaeffer; and third who} chaperoned the children on not informed of his son's death j Baptist Church. Heights, and must be kept Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hartsfield Jr. spent the 1'pf'kith his parents been donated to the Church by
prize, S. E. McKay. First Prize in their rounds were: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Jordan was born in Georgia I! :Mr. Jordan is survived by his ''ir. a sanitary condition at all and daughter. Susie of Jackson-: and the Hogan> stayed until one of the members-
Non-Religious decorations went to Charlie McGlave; Mr. and Mrs. : on April 20, 1889 the son of the I' mother, Mrs. Sam Jordanof times. Saturday. And so another year passes into
Charles McGlave: Second to Lon Frank Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph late; Samuel and Fannie Beten- :Melrose; his wife Myra The Sanitary Department 'asks v.'lie visited Mrs. Hartsfield's par ,. ).Ir. and Mrs. Mark Smallwood time. We all know where we
Ritehton: ; third to Jim Zoworka; Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Williams bough Jordan. He had been a : Bayless Jordan; one daughter. that standard size cans (approxunatelv ents. Mi. and Mrs. John L- Harpe.. and family of Gainesville were stood: a; this time last year but
end honorable mention to Huntley : Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Mil- long-time resident of Melrose. j j.here Nancy Lou. of Melrose; three soma ,( 30' .' gallons! with tight cov- ;' Guests of Mr. and Mrs. GlynuRothhammer suitors at the home of Mr. and Jl'ne.ol us can foretell what the
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) Redfearn Jr. First second.Jican. Mr. and Mrs. Jennings \.- tie operated a widely known \I Roy Lee Jr. of Melrose Benny ers be used, and that they be for Christmas were:: Mrs. Grant Rothhammer Christ new year will mean to u*. To some
and third prizes will be large medium Murrhee Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Tom rt ll-drilling business in associa- ;;R..y of Palatka. and Bobby Turner placed or secured so that dogs or :Mi. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley Jane. inas Eve. theie will be sadness almost beyond
and small hams respectivey ) Garner Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fox. tin with his son. 0I :, Jordan of Lawtey; two stepchildren over 'animals'! cannot overturn Nancy, and Nina Wesley. Mr. andI RegistrationThe bearing: to others unsurpassed -
These winners may call at'Al and Mr. and Mis. Bill Baker. Re-.I i Surviving are his wife Vera | Betty Jay of Deland. tht'I 1. 4i"j -. I Mrs. Eugene Easterling and chi registration book for precinct joy: or it may be almost
Watsons Banner Food Store' for; freshment were furnished by Driryraan Jordan of Melrose; ,and Michael Carroll of Topeka,, j Property!owners must comply fiitn. Terry and Kathy and :Mrs No. 14, (plroM'. will be open eventful as so many other years
tneir hams anytime during the members of the club. three daughters Mrs. Lois ,Reynolds Kn.; three brothers. Clifford with these rules if garbage is to Nancy \Vingate all of Gainesville: t., l1'dafrom January 2 through hive been. However. we must face

holidays. I Teen Town News and Mrs. Lucille Faucort. ;,,Jordan. Palatka; John Jordan. be !picked i \ up.* .v' ',' a'id Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wes- J...iuary 30th at Huff's Sundries,'(!-tLVWe\ .3ltn the courage pa-
Business men and Merchants'I! Locai Teen Age members of both of Jacksonville.: and Mrs. 'I Alachua; and Rufus Jordan. Ma- -rrrr-ii-f- ly and children Johnny. Barbara from 9 a. m. to 12 noon and 2 p.: tience. and understanding necessary

Decorations prizes went to S. Ei Teen Town will have their reguiarmeeting Alma: Alford of Ponce DeLeon; j'son City; three sisters, Mrs. Lois !' NOTICE and Chuckle of Bainbridge, ar. to 5 p. m. and every night in today's uncertain world.
Kay Real Estate Office first; tomorrow evening Fri- three sons. Clifford of Palatka. Reynolds and Mrs. Lucille F iu- As of 29 Dec 1959 I will no Otorgia.Mrs. rum 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. for the and prey everything will happen
Keystone State Bank second; and ..ctey, Jan. 1. Start the New Year John of Alachua and Rufus Jordan -: -crt, both of Jacksonville, 'and longer be responsible for any Mary Stone celebrated her purpose of registering those persons be
Keystone Gas Co., third. Business I'I ri?r.t. Come to Teen Town for a of Mason City; three broth- MrsAima Alford of Ponce.De. debts incurred in the name: Mrs. $I,-;t biitday at her home Deceai- who\ wish to vote. Those who :ur the best. May tomorrow
winners will be awarded cer- time. Jordan I I have not registered since March ,verythmg you want it to be Happy -
prize nice er. Himp and Harvey Leon: and four grandchildren:: I George W. Bishop III. Sandra !tier 25th.
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t'licates! at the next Chamber of Miss Tillis Honored bath o! Kanapolis N. C., and ]i i Funeral services were held at Green Bishop etc. William Chiappini. who attend? 2d. 1958 must do so to be quali- New Year!
Commerce Meeting January 18. Offices of the Walrath Insurance Brooks Jordan of China Grove.I'' ii a. m. Monday at the gravesidein -ISdl I George W. Bishop in (the University of Florida in GainCoville. '

Judging was done on TuesdJ.Y'ening. I,I Agency were the scene of a N. C.; three sisters. Mrs. Reeve Melrose Cemetery with Rev I is spending the holidays I3Bed
'/ Dec. 22 with out-of-town joie party on Christmas Eve Whitener and Mrs. Peggy James .FMadham of Melrose officiating. HIGHWAY CHAPEL vith; his brother and sisterinlaw.Mr. .. IN REAL ESTATE
impartial persons in the role of when the local Post Office Em- both o* Kanapolis. N. C., and Mrs. : I o ASSEMBLY OF GOD *! and Mrs. Francis Chiappini.Mr. .
Burial was in the family plot under -
jocges; namely Mrs. Tom Slade'''sloyees I helped Miss Gladys Tillis Casey Roach of China Grove. N. I and MrsRonnie Anderson
Kitchen and Garage; Large
ana Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy of to celebrate her birthday. Party C..; 15 grandchildren and eight I I the direction of DeWitt C- !; Sunday School. 9:45: a. m. Morning from Tallahassee visited Mr. and Room Living Koom. ": ,
tarke. and Mrs. Rose McGibbonof I' guests included Mrs. Henry Hall. great iandchildren. Jones Funeral Home.mss I Worship. 11 a- m. Evangelistic 1 Mrs. Grant Rothhammer and Lot. Paved Road. Five Blocks to "Downtown. $11,500

I>Kalb. Ill. 1rs.' Bill Baker. Mrs. Margaret Funeral services were held at 2 Service: 7:45: p. m. Wednesday. family Sunday. with S-1.500 Down

S.'hoof. Children Enjoy Caroline Tracy, Mrs William Penzlin. Mr. Wednesday in the Melrose : j weekly prayer service. Invitation 1 : Mr. and Mrs. A. C- Spires Jr. Lake Lots Some Bargains for Cash. You can now
Dec. 23 Frank p. pi. j holidays in Keystone Height extended to P. Bur-
Wednesday evening s-nd Mrs. Fremont Tolles : t'Veryone.-D. and family of Miami were guestsof "
the Junior Woman's Club of Keystone ;, Walrath. Jr.. and Mr. and Mrs. S. Baptist Church of which he wasa i Lt. Col. and Mrs. Walter An- ress; pastor.I Mr. Spires' parents, Mr and ,get: Next Year's "I.oo.t: Opportunities.
also sev- member with the RevRay Brand New Homes )rated Streets.! Low Down Pay-
Heights held a Caroling !; E. McKay. There were I rdrew&on and children Lance and I :?:rs. A. C. Spires. Sr. on
party for all the boys and girls of ', pral) late comers, including Dr. Don i Sieadham officiating. Burial was Kathy from Puerto Rico are I -.0 CARD OF THANKS ) Rev. and Mrs. R. H. Carr spent ments. I.ake'ccess.. Near Coif; rour .e. $9.000 to
school age in Keystone Heights. o Christoffers. Bill Belote and Ali in the family plot in the'MelroseCemetery j With:tieeTJest'gratitude we extend -' Christmas' with relatives in Mi- 15500. FH.A.Financing.
The children met at 7:00: p.m. at under the direction of 11 :pending the holidays with Mrs.' this\ word.. f thanks for the

'f the Fire House where they were i Nelson. There was cake, coffee. D:Witt C. Jones Funeral lioi ii. !'John' Andrew Bird son's and parents her Mr.'and grandmother Mrs.' naauyjkind-'acts;of sympathy ex- ami.Mr.. end ;Mrs. George B. Meehan S. E. M KAY REALTOR
all theLEE'S '
with and hot-chocolate for pfeSisefl
into four :
divided groups by thoughtful friends especiallyMr. and family from Atlanta, Georgia, +
guests. i Urs-] Ella C. Bird, of Keystone. and Mrs. Lacy Con- 'Lies. Mamie Lake from Savannah Keystone Heights Phones 3071 2951 4151
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David Few Is Two Christmas dinner was a happy
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r-- j way. These kindnesses have meant; Ga., Mrs. Elizabeth Meehan from Melrose Phone Granite 5-2968
1 Young David Few smallest son)affair at the Bird home this year. -
much to us. John. Rasmussen.
of Mr. and Mrs. Bflr Few,, celebrated -)'The family was reunited after I
his second birthday with ai I:many years of separation. Mr. ---- -
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DRIVE-IN THEATREKeystone :uncheon party on :Monday. D tc.i(John Bird and his wife and children .'i'I i I
28, at his home on Peach Street. ,I Tommy and Susan just returned ,
Those:: who sat around the table ; from Okinawa where they

Heights Fla. to sing Happy Birthday to David ,;!lived.a number of years. Their Ptd- t Let'.stdust! "Naturally'Be Truthful 1:1:
included hisJ&rothfrsGlenn and'Hubert I er daughter: Margaret and. famiy. [t ; i
r ? !)hls.mother; ;' \fe friends):: .-,1A.' Col'and.MrLAridretrden rand
-- "The Management of Lee's Drive-In" Lisa and Bi11y'Hethertngtonand'Martha ': their. children Lance and

: Jane Schaeffer; and Mart'ha :Kathy were there from Puerto f I[ About This Gas Business li:1 li:1tll:
Theatre Wishes!l to Thank All Our Jane's mother. j Rico. Also their older son. Lt. j-g' .a Ii,

Visitors Honored : Paul Bud an Instrructor from
5 Patrons for Their Patronage in the The Keystone Woman's Club, Trash; will be picked up .once t i:11:

was the scene of a lovely tea party j j each week. 1 ,/ I Ii ,
Past and Wish Them All the Very William Brunswick ".*. dinner .
this afternoon when Mrs. Ga.. was II!

Rest in the New Year! friends Reynolds Mrs.entertained Kenyan B. for Zahner her 0 guest mother, and Mrs.of Ella course C. Bird.Mr. Bird's/.' ] All gas is good but there is no gas better. i:

cf Atlanta and Mrs- Harriett Jim Holcin and.:his {LrlirfstDta3guests :

We will open Fri. & Sat., Jan. 1 -: 2, Zahner Henley of Birmingham his sister MIj.*Ros Me- II :::::. :y : than SLADE GAS.
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With One of the Year's Best Picture: Mrs. Frank M. Walrath-; Jr. DeKalb, I1L. are touring southern i -.. r;.'.' j.i j..

;oured tea from 3:00: to 4:00: P'I|| Florida;, this week. |! i "' .'"\ AT i \i? 4 0 -
re., while Mrs. John Creighton Saturday: and Sunday were !: \ '- ,' Let's take a look at how "Natural" will affect ,you keeping in mind that !

replaced her from 4:00: to 5':00: p.1'1!, beautiful days and some of the |I' ,..',.. all inside pipes i as well as outside! will have to he changed] if you are going. j
JOURNEY TO THE CENTER D. them o'f:
Mrs..J. weren't letting go
a. Mrs- Roy Watkins total boys V.> *:. 4. to 8t efficiency. Let's ask and answer some questions: !. ,
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Hrnder on, Mrs. Charles Wallen- to waste. Despite the cold water.Sam "' : ; 1:1: :
I its and Mrs Herbert Nelson assisted Gardner. Sr., Lew Muir. .'," :_' :..L Sr fv>: i S -- t'l'
for and his son. '. ', Are going to save money bv changing to natural? ,,,'
Mrs. Reynolds caring Frank Harris. Jr.. : .: .. .- Q. you I II "
OF THE EARTHStarring I hen guests. The Club House was Frank HI. and Tom Gardner werec I I A. Not if you are purchasing Slade Gas; for Slade plans to be com etii :iil iilo
beautifully decorated for. the oc- 'it trying their Christmas skis. ; j, !I

I b&ion. with a pink and white Mr. and Mrs. George Shaeffer i ,,_ :;, ". tive. ,''I:
I \cf Keystone were among the .
Pat Boone JamIason: Arlene Dahl color Personals scheme. i ruany friends of Mr and Mrs. Mich _,_ .Q.. If Slade can reduce his prices to meet. natural, why hasn't. he already i 111\\

Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Harris. ?*! Gilhooly who attended an done M? Ihl
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THIS IS A SPECIAL RELEASE FIRST RUN IN br., from Miami are spending the "Open House" on Sunday afternoon !{
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noliday season with"Mr. and Mrs.I! at the Gilhooley home in tr': ;"' A. For the basic reason that no profit can be made at the quoted prices. ,

Frank Harris. Jr. and their three i.Starke- "' Il.. This is also true of the City with natural. Hundreds: of other Cities liil!;
THIS TERRITORY} AT REGULAR lays on East Lakeview Drive. The] I CHURCH NEWSCommunity '. '--.! who have gone into the gas business started at a [low price to get IlitlI

ADMISSION PRICES! cider Harris's:: will be in Keystone. 0 Church I IIIII I :,. .' business then raised prices after they had the customers convert- '::!
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: Mr. Axel Malmgren and Mr. and .Quarterly) Communion Service. I f 'r. ,... ..,'.r.,.10'- -.,.... I,11 j
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Mrs.house J.guests O. Hanson for the have as holidays their Puolic members acknowledgement received during of the all .; .6.;i ",..."Q. If the City cannot make a profit at the quoted prices, why are they 1 I I7
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their son and daughter. Dr. and quarter will be made. I -a- offering gas

I I.rs. Richard A. Malmgren and The regular meeting of the '. : .' A. You will have to get this answer from the City, but if they follow the ;' .

:grandchildren Betty and Rick of Board of Directors will be held Fri in .' "' pattern (and I feel sure they will) of other cities, they will raise your !:I
'' '- ''. ..."""..III'!.>.. ., .,, ..>c), Washington. D. C. The family the Educational Building on 0 : '.1'. secured business. .:'
'k.31! m -"-<'\![': # .i; ; was completed Christmas :day. Jan. 4, at 7:30 p. m. I I II :--i'Vt. '.. price after they have your rd 1 1I
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.Irs-. Robert Swinford. : I meet in I' I
Sandra at their home in en Friday. Jan. 4, at 7:30 p. m.t -
and .
Gainesville Miss Sandra for Swinford Christmas of Dinner.Gainesville series Dr. Holt of talks who on has"God's been Five giving Facers a' '!t il. :<,- ;;1. : GO SLOW GET THE FACTS !

4 is spending Christmas in His Plan of Salvation ".' I '
\ ""acation in Keystone Heights as will give his fourth talk on The I I :,, f". :I :.
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the guest of her grandparents Messiah" this meeting. i :: : ". desire make. Then if feel
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hanson. The Executive Board will meet i We welcome any inquiry you to you

Prof. and Mrs. Robert Swinford at 7 o'clock proceeding the general .:. you want to change, We will be glad to help you in any way we' II j jJ
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and family were guests of Mr. and meeting. -.. ', J .!
Mrs. J. O. Hanson on Monday First Baptist Church ..; can. :
evening where they joined the!t, The young matrons circle meets ....a. I'I :
Miilmgrenfamily morning at 10 a. m.. atihe I {
Richard
Mrs. Tuesday
Dr. and -
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w t for dinner prior to the home of Mrs. Faye Darden in ; .f'i. '. SLADE GAS IS- ,

_r JlalmgtenY taking their depart- the Keystone Club Estates. 1 q : ) 4 I IIJ
UIL for their home in Washington. On Sunday. JaIL: 3. the pastor "

D. C. and his family will return from will 1 IJ 1 'PA :HOTTER PER SQUARE FOOT O HAS .A MORE EVEN PRESSURE !
He
Keystoners who drove to the their stay in Georgia' I :' I Il I
State Prison in Raiford on Sun preach at both services. In tht l i. !

day afternoon to attend the evening. the Lord's Supper will be, jij & .. 1f1 1\\
Christmas Cantata presentedbythe celebrated. All members of the i IS NON-TOXIC

St. Dismas Catholic Choir- Included I church should make it,their dutyto j f1'I'I

Mrs. Everett Fox Mrs'Mary be present .for this celebration .
.SmulskC Mri. Herbert Nelson which is the first of the new year. ipj ,. \I J ;' I.
Mrs* Arthur Ryan, Mr. and On Wednesday following the O. 1:1: 1
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK >Mrs. George Schaeffer Mr. and prayer meeting the church will '
Mrs. Wilbur Neal. and Mr. and: hold its first conference for 1960. '
Mrs. Leo LeBlanc. St. Edward's Catholic Church E
A Friendly Bftnk in a Friendly Community Miss Kate Pierson of Wilming The Catholic Club will hold its l SLADE GAS Company !
ton. Del.spent the holidays with l monthIy,covered dish supper and rie e II
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wldegren L meeting in the recreation hall on
Keystone Heights, Fla. and children. Monday Jan. 4. at 6 p. m. ,:

Mrs. Kenyon D.:Zahner of At- Ten members of St..Edwards Phone WO 4-3551 1
'Nest.Doar
Winn-Dixie
Member F.D.I.C lanta and Mrs.' Harriett Zahner tended the Christmas Cantata .of :, ;', .to .. ,. ., >>
Henley and four children of Bir- tle.St.. Disma's choir at the State'Prison -

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BIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY..TEUGIIAPII.STARKE. FLORIDA THURSDAY DEC n; 1959 .
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I..r.J 1 1IIEILBRONN Family Sunday Church Day. Re-I of Zephyrhills. I I .......yy.,1'I per guests of Mrs. Brantley's maher -I Lt. Com. and Mrs. Frances Leuric i i

Member, visitors are always welcome Miss Patricia Jones of O'Brien is Mrs. Ruth Reed at Swan and children of California. Mr. .

r to any and all services, we spending the first part of this GRIFFIS LOOPBy Lake on Christmas day. I:and Mrs. Delbert Crews and children -
\want and need you. week with the R. L. Morgan family. Mr. tnd Mrs. Gerald Bayless of Montgomery, Ala., Mr. and 1 oa
i and son, Jerry, from Perry visited'j j Mrs. Malette Hale and childrenand
that Miss
Very happy to report Vcrblc Harrell
By Sirs. Harvey McCarthy Connie Clemons returned home Christmas Eve overnight guests Mrs. Bayless mother Mrs. Ethel j Mr. and Mrs. John Crews and

of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman aAAAAAAAAAAA.AAasuaAUL : Brockman, in Grandin during the children of Lake Butler. .
/ltrt their and daughtersinaw. holidays- Mrs. R. P. McLendon and sons Q
sons
WEre
and able to return -
) Sunday was Mr. and Mrs. Thomas OIBrianind
Howdy Neighbors, hope you had : Mr. and Mrs. Glen Normanof Jimmy and David Rye of Grandin are spending this week in Tampa rfLr tOro
work this week.
to children visited Rev. and 0Q
an enjoyable Christmas and wish Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Clin- spent last weekend in Palatka with relatives.
each of you a very happy and Harvey, our sons, Richard and .tcn Norman of Jacksonville. Mrs. Orville Brookins in Hampton_ I Aith their grandmother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cannon and ,aoo 0

prosperous New Year. Wayne, and your reporter spent:1 curing the holidays.Mr. and Grannie )
OutoItownisitol'S at the and Mrs. Arnold Griffis Minnie Rye.J. daughter_ Charlotte_: o
Heilbronn Church would like to Christmas Eve in Fernandina home of Mr and Mrs. E. C. [Ernie C. Weeks of the U. S. Navy Kingston are enjoying a two week ,
extend an invitation of worship Beach viisting with Harvey's mother Johns over the holidays were visited; their son and daughter-in- spent Christmas with his family :aration with relatives in Live oQ '

to jou and yours for the coming Mrs- Leona McCarthy and Their daughter. Mrs. Lois Henson. ,:Jaw. Mi. and Mrs. Harold Griffis, in Grandin.Mr. I I

year. This Sunday, each memberis ,'iis brother-in-law and sister. Mr. : 'a: Palatka on Christmas day. and Mrs. B. Alderman of .:Oak.Mr.. and Mrs. Lyle Buck III and c;

urged by our Pastor, Rev. OtisT. and Mrs. John Stillwell and chil- !- Mary Ann Jackson of Tampa is Grandin spent Christmas with I'b.iby of Jacksonville spent the

Jones, to bring all of his or her .cren.; I Mrs. Clifford Johns and family, visiting her aunts, Mrs. Minnie ti'eir daughter, Mrs. R. T. Clay, j weekend with Mrs. Buck's parents

family to Sunday School, morn- : Mrs. Annie Kelly and son. Warren i all of Jacksonville.My i Austin and Mrs. Josephine Woos- end family in East Palatka.vvvvvvTT.TTTrvvvvvvvyv. I,'I'?.fr. and Mrs. M. H. Richard.
cock, this week-
ing preaching, Training Union and IScobie[ Kelly. were visited mother, Mrs. Maude Mott. : Christmas day guests at the

the evening worship hour. This curing the holidays by her other visited in Providence Christmasday \ David and Hal Griffis of Pa- |iI II home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Here's wishing all our

cemg the first Sunday of the New .son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and with her mother. Mrs. J. M.j:aka are visiting their grandparents I Turner were Mrs. Turner's mother.

Year has been set aside for record Mrs. Gene Kelly and daughters Fralick and her sisters; and broth-I I this,week.Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Griffis, CLAY HILLby i'i'I Mrs. Alice Anderson of Starke:

ns and their families. :Mr.: Turner's father. Ray Turnerof patrons and (friends a
Visitors at the home of Mr. and I
daughter, '. Lake Butler: and Mr Turner's
Mrs. Lois Cox and her
The perfect tribute toa 1 Mis. Jeff Smith during the holidays Mn. 4. L. Strickland "
Miss Marilyn Cox, and Earl Norman :siiter.and i brother-in-law.. and
cherished memory visited in Jacksonville Monday were: Mrs. Alberta Holmes &&& & :Mr. L. L. Hardee of Paris Island, year (filled wiln luck,
and son, Hank, of Okeechobee;
of this week. During this time 'S.
!!::'vIi". and Mrs. Johnnie Barrett.' We were sorry to learn that C.Mr.
visited with Sister Mary and Mrs. Cecil Addison
Every funeral that we con Mrs. Cox I'and :Mr.: and Mrs. W. P. Barrett, Kathy Paolucci had fallen and injured ', success and happinessShepherd's
Jacksonville -
Christmas day in
Williams in the Convent. spent!
duct is a of sustaining and daughter Kim, of : -I P
source + Mrs. R. L. Morgan her daughters -i Jacksonville her arm last week. We hope j visiting their daughter and
solace and spiritual inspira I : and Jimmy and Mary Cath- she will be well. I
Misses Joyce and Judy MorI soon j. i1inIaMr.. and Mrs. Quitt.
tion to the family. J I&& and her mother Mrs. Mint- |i trine Smith of Fr05tproof.I I Zettie Padgett was missed at!;I Hope everyone had a nice
with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brookins and Sunday School and church ser-I, We had family re- BROWNLEE
I lie Cowart spent Christmas I( Christmas. a Radio & TV
Hundreds of details are managed and economically Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Register and children of Cocoa were the guests vices at. Highland last Sunday. .:anion'ith my husband's folks in

attended to that only a trained and carerni family in St. Petersburg. of Mr. Brookin's parents. Rev. and She was at home very sick with Starke. About 75 members of the & CHASTEEN Starke Fla.

organization can perform when the urgent neee Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. L. :\l;&. Orville Brookins, on Christ- the flu whatever it is that has ,I 1 Crosby ----w family were n oresent. We all

for serving is at hand.DeWITT C. Sapp over weekend were :Mr.; I mas day. been hitting all of us lately. I bad a lovely day.
Mrs. Valeria Snider and son also
Hazel Griffis who was
I'and Mrs. Edgar Sapp and family 1; We wish everyone a happy and
C. JONES Mrs. Sapp's mother, :Mrs. Lillie I Glenn of Muskegon, Mich. visited missed at church services, was: ;prosperous new year-
I brother- j:Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Griffis and with her sister. Belle Rosier who
Gordon, and Mrs. Sapp's
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE
:Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green over presented the family with a newbaby
:Mrs. CILtPFLASSEMBLY
and WAY
Mr. Hi
ir-law: and sister,
PHONES: WO 4.2600 WO 4-2610 j Allen Wiggins all of Jacksonville.j .!the;; weekend. The Sniders werei for their Christmas gift. OP GOD

Will famish the highest' type service at lowest prices, and accept I l j and Mrs. Freeman Crosby's i I visitors in church Sunday. Mother and baby are both doing G. M. Osborne, Pastor :

ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY company, as Saturday guests were Mrs. Crosby I i' Mr. and Mrs. Millard Keith and well. i Sunday School lo m. Morning -

payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation (I s brother and sister-in-law Mr. 'children, of Jacksonville, visited John Brown, who has been ill i Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic -
,Mrs.! Keith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. in the hospital in Starke, has
rarrlas no obligation. and Mrs. W- M. Carmichael and and Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday A .
I I sons of Live Oak. Ralph Gainey, during the holidays.Mrs. recently been moved to a hospital I weekly prayer service. Invitation ,. .A
Ruth Scott We wish him a :>.;!;.tt.
and Mrs. Reba
Gainesville.
'" Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Morgan and in extended to everyone. .
:
Nichols of Jacksonville visited i .
daughters and :Miss Patricia Jones !speedy recovery. '
LOCAL MANAGER FOR I'visited with relatives in Welborn Mrs. Mildred Griffis Sunday. Gene Dave, and Clarence Langof ,<,;

and White Springs Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith and Tampa spent the Christmas x f
cliiidien: of Melbourne visited Mr. with their relatives in
holidays
and
and Mrs. W. J. Hall
\kr&ndson. Eddie Hall of Miami Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. JeffSmith Clay Hill.
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Jim Walter Corp."World's wait be houseguests of Mrs. Lois Christmas day. ] The Lang family had a hOme- ., _..fo express our

Cox for several days this week. j R. E. Jones visited his children I coming on Christmas; day. Between 4J -

The Young People's class ofIleilbronn in Cocoa Sunday. I f 33 and 40 attended.: They brought $;' i1\\ sheerest wishes to all our
Church enjoyed a Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brown ofi,I the dinner and all enjoyed the
Home Builders" I Groverland spent Christmas day! at Buddy Wilkinson's -
Largest Christmas party Tuesday evening i iof lay of fellowship par rons for the most joyous of j ji ji
with Mr. Mrs. Z. also:
last week in the attractive home j and Z. Griffisanu home. This group
Glen Norman of i Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green. j attended the Clay Hill Church
Mr. and Mrs. i iSlarke.
WILL BE IN STARKE of A delicious turkey supper i Mr. and Mrs Thomas OTJrian:Sunday; and with the rest of the | i New Years! May we continue to

with all the trimmings was served >and children Rev. Barney Sweat.!congregation present, the church
eleven guests. Following the |Arch Pievatt, Mr. and Mrs. Bill had no vacant space. { serve you throughout the months
to the '
EACH THURSDAYAT were played, Harrell and Ronnie Sweat ofJacksonville 59 regular members and 5 vfciti :
party games
supper visited;: Rev. and :: Sunday 1 I II : \\ic !
climaxing with presents in form \tn.i i,ors attended Highland to come i ix
of grab-bags. Everyone reported a Orville Brookins in Hampton Sunday [School, plus several more for

wonderful evening.Congratulations i iI | afternoon. I church services last Sunday. The \
STARKE HARDWARE CO. I are extended to'j jMr. There will be an All Day Singit Sunday School made a grade of I

Graham Baptist Church on which is low. The Adult
I and Mrs. Clyde Bradley of '! 161. very
'Sunday Jan. 3, with dinner on I! the banner. It looks as
12:30 P.M. TO &:00 P.M. .Starke who are the proud parents'! '[Men won
bom Christ- the grounds. The Bradford County though these old "grandpas" arc WifhGooCheerForKoch :
of a darling baby girl 9vi
at the Bradford 'Singers will be there. The speakerfor 'I !about to get on the job and attend vi
mas evening '
and Mrs. the Revival will be Rev. Sunday School. Mow Manly FnendS!
For Call Mr.
Appointments County Hospital. I
Rev. I '
Sparks. Everyone is welcome. pastor
Bradley have two other children. Next Sunday our Iw ;
JACKSONVILLE EV 7.1141 Collector r Guess that's all for this time.I A Sunday School study course George Chism, starts his fourth w ,
I will start on Jan. 4 and last year as pastor of the Highland \
STARKE WO 4.5311 !I }May the dear Lord bless you and I I through Jan. 8 at the Boatdrain Church. He has been a hard worker Drug Store
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bye now.
yours. Baptist Church. has prospered
Everyone is invited and the church

"If It's1 Qualify Home COMMUXW1 CHURCH to attend these classes.A under his leadership.
homecoming was held at the Nothing much could be done Starke, Fla.

lt'9 A Jim Walter Home' KEYSTONE HEIGHTS home of Mr. and Mrs. Lees on with the Beginner Class last Sun- Starke Builders Supplies, (Inc.TO .

Dr. Albert C. Holt Minister .Sunday. Dec. 20. Among many at- day. All that could be done was to

OTHER OFFICES: Mrs. J, Hetherington tending this affair was the new listen to all their remarks about I

OeAL.G.IXESYII.LE PALATKA Organist and Choir Director pastor Rev. B. W. Sweat. the gifts they received for Christ -u"-'JC- i
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn- I
There was a 100 percent attend- I
.! ing Worship 11:00 am.We ance in Sunday School last SunDay -I mas.Happy New Year to all!

and a large number attended "' .7 wi
church services. YY.YVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY*

The regular WMU meeting will

he held on the second Tuesday In STATE FARMBy

January. There will be an officers :
and teachers meeting follow :
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Mrs. O. ; CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
-- Y'" ';;; :" : .. ng the holidays. Everyone is urged -

;.:..:.. :!: t to attend this meeting and \ *

... come acquainted with the
new
.1 Mr. and MrsJ.. C- Wallace recently .. .
pastor.Koatdran. ; '
a :
i:; : '"lI returned from a week's vacation ==

.. .. ) .:'> : Baptist Church | in Atlanta, Ga. where they ,
w "S I
Sunday School, 10 '
I a. m. Morning -
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visited relatives.Pvt. .
Worship. 11 a. m. Training i
'A'W i Calvin Pace of Fort Knox
Uiiion.
6:30: p m. EeningVor-
t .., ':.nip. 7:30: p. m. Prayer Meeting. Ky. is spending the holidays with
.. .. ... 'I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
Wednesday night. 7.30 p. m. Pastor. -
5 )ffj
., Rev. Barney W. Sweat. Everyone Face.Mr.
i welcome. and Mrs. McDonnell and
M Ao Christmas I
a ?on of Tampa spent
fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYtFLORAHOME day with Mrs. McDonnell's sister
f
e slid brother-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs-
.. '.
,_ R. McLendon..

AND GRANDIN Mr. and Mrs. Ellius Hanell and

i!fun Glenn. of Starke: Mr. and

I Bj Dane Mrs. Tom Lister of Eastman, Ga.;

and Ac2 Frank Cahoon of Panama
1..Y.Y.RTTITI1. f TTIlTTT;' "L "S+
City were dinner guests of Mr. +t/1p
*.": Rev Paul Hunter from Plant and Pete Hanell on Christmas day. -
,'wo" City win speak at the Florahome
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews had
I Church of God next Sunday, Jan.
for
f!;: most of their children home
!3, at the morning and evening CnrisUnas this year.'This includedTo'ycw

r_ r. .A...... 'I services. ...
... v'1kk ': Mrs.
; : <' Alma Clark spent ChristI -
ry, .. I 4 .
''':.,.:{..1... .....". A:" I inas with her son, Kenneth Clark, -. If.5 ,.
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Mrand Mrs. O'Neal and their ......
\ !thiee children from Jacksonville

..'? : : ,r I visitec3 Mrs O'Neal's sister, Mrs.R. .
v .,: L. Johnson and family for

.c-,, x several days during the Christmas t J (? -S.edt (
k-
holidays. '
( '
'fe Donald Moulton from the University er' .
\ ,'bJ of Florida in Gainesville ., y '.
\te '
\\a, .1-tnt several dais with his un- iz "

cle.this T week.L. Drake, in Florahome GREET YOU

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Young and
(
daughter; from Macon Ga. spent
'
ire privileged u this rime of the year,u oa no other occasion,to Give ... several; days this week with Mr.' I

Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs. AND TO WISH YOU

thoughts concerning; those whose friendship and.good mill we cherish+ Howard Young Sr., in Florahome.
expression to out Claude Vore of Florahome is

:pending the holidays with relatives
May your New Year be Joyous, filled with the pleasures of friendships renewed : in Illinios. u '

k Friends are glad to 'see P. D. HAPPINESS

:Mann of Florahome able to be \
{and abouodiflg with prosperity_and_real*happiaes' >!j. out again after his recent illness. .
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Johnny Prevatt of Florahome .nd yow

spent Mrs.Christmas Kirby Elixson in Jacksonville.and her f m3y and friends! I rT TH EVEARTQ C Q M E E


J & J BUILDERS SUPPLIES Inc. three visited children her grandmother from Jacksonville, Mrs. Al-', I IEDWARD'S

ma Clark. in Florahome' week.
Joseph Frank Walters and his Gene LongTax GROCERY & MARKET

lamfly from Austin, Texas spent

the'Christmas holidays with relatives Assessor
in Grandin and FIo '1t.home.1!I I MR. AND MRS. JACK EDWARDSIAGE I '

Mr. and Mrs- E. S. Brantley'rJ II I i I i'i'I

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mt"RSDAVDEC. SI, 1959 BRADFORD' COTTNTt TELEGRAPH, ST.\RKE'FLORIDA >>A 8K Ntn

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.a. aaaa&&A&A.AAaa.. II. Pringle and son, Harry, Jr., T'K. 1 Ga., son of Frank Arrendale of 4 I,Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. *idence and address is: 113ft' Ponce ; i'"f the Southwell Quarter 'i''
] ,I de Leon. X E Atlanta 6. (5\\-6'): the West Half t Of the'
Pringle of Jacksonville and Flint Tviich. The wedding was and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and' Oeorsia.Toil .. ..
,, of '
: are hereby notifivd that a 'lh\1'lt Quarter iXW. ) L .:. :: -- :
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MAXVILLEBy Miss Jean Cowart of Glen St. Solemnized:: on Saturday Dec. 26 daughter, Karen had as their' Bait for Idi"f.rt"C'# has ben filed : the Northwest Quarter '\\\'. _

Mary were guests Christmas day in Blackshear Ga. The bride who guests! for the Christmas holidays I againM :.v the above nanvdiitirt (-i' th. s"uth weft Quarter <::\\"-

}1r.. C B. XolauAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAXAAAAAAAA ol Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bell and 'was born and raised in Baldwin I,' Mrs. Griffis brother and sister- quired< and to serve cansand a copy of you your are 1"-1. v.st'! t: the Barter North Half tS\V'i of >the..f South-thesminwest

family. l raduated from the Baldwin High inHaw, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Gid- ,I !aver or Pleading: to the complaint 1 Quarter <1-\\"'. >: and happy
Mr.\ and Mrs. Dan Hargrovesand I School class of 1957. Mr. Arren- on tl e I'laintifr"tt"rn..y.. Martin the Xorth Half of the South Half! .
cens and family of Eagle Lake. 2 J't'arllfl: Law Exrhanstliildinx.: : of thr Southwest Quarter *SW', >
Mr. and Mrs. Holland Brown daughter. Minnie. and T. L. riaie a native of Clarksville. Ga.. We tie all very sorry to learn JicksonvillFlJT :thd fil- the! <- f tl..- .
and family are buying a new Manning had Christmas dinner is in the Navy and stationed at that: Miss Virginia Cannon is ill. ;sinal in the office of the Clerk ,1"-1 Section 1 Township i South

home, in Jacksonville. Mrs. Brown wth; Mrs. Edna Manning and ;Clocil; Field. The young couple will We wish her a speedy recovery.Mr. the I< dayof I'in-nit January.court on 1,11 or; :before otherwisethe the! ,,:..nl, i.r :: Kast.. \
:TINCr
: : :F : Ton are hereby ft.-
is the former Miss Sara Lee Wilkinson family in Glen St. Mary. I make their home in Baldwin un- and MrsDan Hargraves rill aJ!!-R4ions of said Complaint ,' tlf;, d Thal| a suit' in equity hal br en
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daughter of Mr. and Mrs.C. Mrs\ Pat Griffis of Glen St. til June when Mr. Arrendale will and Lawrence Manning motored This;ew notk-e taken shall as confused lie published by one you.i 'rot.eht! against you and each Ofyou

E. Wilkinson Sr. of Maxville.Mr. Mary visited with Mrs. Sarah Jane itceive his discharge. They will Co Winter Gadren 'eath week for four <-.>n?<-..five and also against Kradfordoiinty. of
Saturday morn- .. a jn-Iitiral subdivision"
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and Mrs. Lacey Brown spent Giiffis and :Mr. and Mrs. w -s; in the liradford: ( .'untv. Tele- .
Lacey
men leside in Clarksville. Mrs. ing and returned Sunday afternoon grash. tii S'atof Florida. al .f..ntlolnt"
the Christmas holidays with their Griffis Sunday aternoon.W. ',r I:. Reddish and his wif.-. Margaret -
:Campbell and her daughter I j Irat--d this 1. .ldY of l. 'ttinbrr. '
I theatr.re
:: ( R-ddh.! plaintiffs in
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relatives in North Carolina. H. Pringle and son. Harry.Jr. ;.Joyce.. attended the wedding. Mrs. i, Dan Hargroves R. C. Dillard tSE.t1.1Charles! entitled Court and caue: that
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson .. Christmas I: the rrii-f Sought in said suit i. (t'
with
spent night i j Arrendale is well known in Max- Lawrence :Manning and Ronnie .\. Darby v Clerk of thIn ronnelouds, from and to 'ju\-\ .
and Mrs.' Dewey McPherson visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bell and fam- Circuit: Court.
i i nlle and visited here freI .
tf quite .and :Mary Dillard all motored to ty Marian. 1. :net confirm the plaintiff; title the <>
r with Mrs. Grace Herrick in ily. They enjoyed a hunting trip I Quently with friends. ;..Deland Saturday afternoon. I' '1r1:' Crosfiv i'eputyt .;1".,... M-ribed lanil", a" an.ndfejMhlr TO ALL
thereto
I fee title
simple
Jacksonville Chistrmas night. .vith them on Saturday.Mr. I Friends of Mrs. i 1: i: HI :
( Ernaline Bell .
The rant
annual Christmas programwas ::ai-,!'t the claim;: of you and
Mrs. Herrick hasn't been feeling arid Mrs. Larry Dennis and will be interested to learn that held .. f '..n. ard to ..nj..in' each ..f you
I, at the Maxville Baptist Circuit ( .nrt. Itrndf.r. C".iitJ.i OUR FRIENDSWE '
mil, we are sorry to report but family of Jacksonville visited with die has returned to work at the Church last Wednesday night and i Kloiidat In f'fcanrer-. fton'I.rting!.- or interest any in and right.to any<-Uim.tit "( 7.
was feeling better when Mr. and Mr. Mrs. Oscar Harris and I Care X.t. 12-s':: 1/ t.
and glass factory in Jacksonville this :Afterwards gifts were exchanged :11.1..111 t'ottklm.' """lRtirr..t'I.. the aloresaid lAnd!': anil yon an- WISH LUCK
Mrs. Wilkinson went back to see family Sunday 1'1'.10.1unm..nc..d.. .rd..1 and re-
wf lob-rt T. 'unn. Irefrndart.iotlre .
I and candies and fruit distributed.
.:uird tn file your written anstrr ,
her on Sunday night. i! Mr. and Mrs. F. McDaniel of I Mr. and Mrs. Ardell Crews and ; Mrs. Dorothy Waters and chil- :To To Appear* j '1' d.-fmsrs to the complaint in -Mid
I Kobi-rt T. 1 "i''Mn whose r"- AND SUCCESSIN
f Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson Carolina "isited"ith Mr. I in the offie of the nndersijrn-
North \ < ante
Sarah Mae. visitors .
"i""fa.an.1 .
were address 1 1
i Daughter ditn Linda Bubbie and Richard liamilton. N.Y..t .. .
d t"t'rk: f said "otm at Markc.Tartforn
:r. hid as their guests for Christ- 'and Mrs. J. D. Padgett and family of Mrs- Mattie Crews in Glen Xorman visited in Jacksonville 'Yo : I'rtimty. 'Florida "n or lie-
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YEAR
are hereby tn.ttfVd; that THE
mas supper Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sunday night. fJt. Mary Friday. during the Christmas holidays "Hit for divorce has h.en filed against n fur* the iMh dar- of January. 1><:*.

Wilkinson and son and Mr. and :Mr. and Mrs. Rosie Bell of you in the ihox named ?nd(9 sirvcopv thereof on
The Maxville Congregational relatives. I It will be pleasure
with I I Tilt-ion A. Tawn. Jr.. plaintiffs'attorney. o to
i Mrs. Bill Oliver of Jacksonville; : Jacksonville visited with Mr. and Holiness Church held their Christmas We all ,, C i-irt. and > -.n are r''Inlr..ti, to serer wb'.... addre is" : TO COMEEARKSDALE'S
rre very sorry to learn a < jiy of your IIO\\'I' or pleading
Mr. and Mrs. Holland Brown and rtl W. J. Bell Saturday.Mr. P'.stIffier l'ra\\rr .tly the
V. pogram and tree last Wed- thct Alvin Padgett has hurt his i iI '110 the (vninlamtn the Plaintiffs :..rfc>. Florida. serve you m fv vre!
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Wil- Att: rnj:. I:. IVrrtman.;; StarksFlorida -.
children. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar and Mrs. Bill Robertson .
neoday night- foot and is having to walk with i and file tinoror'tiat' in thofr.ce .' k'nson and children Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Marcia of Live Oak :Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and crutches for few : of the fl..rk ..f ti! .- ,'in'uit', h- the tans of tin- State "f Fl 1'.ri.la
a days. .nd the l,,:;l Ciilf-s (if Civil l'r'.r-
Winifred Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. visited with MrsDorothy Waters ( I Potiit on "I" l'.-for.- th.It day of Dept. Store Starke
family of Jacksonville visited with
I Basketball January 1'< 0 othrnih ailt'ta- I .hrr. If you fail t" do so. a dee
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j Rudolph Wilkinson and family of ana family over the holidays.We JT. ,-c>nfsso will l.e entered aeainM
'Irs. Dorothy Waters and family 1 I The basketball games will resue tions of said Complaint! will\ l.r taken ; Radio & TVI
Auburndale: Miss Charleen Wilkinson were all very glad to see J. Christmas day. I a.oinftss" 'd hy ym. t c j yon.. for the relief demanded in the Starke Fla.
again next week when Bald- .. ... '- .nV ;int. o
l
Tiii: notice sh-ii > puMJshfd;
< I Iea.h
: and Miss Nany McPherson. D- Blown home for the holidays 1 The Maxville Chic Club will :I j It t Jv b..r..I.Onler..t that this orIder -
win will go to Yulee on Tuesday xvetJi f. r four consevMti j X..ih. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bell and iTiMtinz with his parents. Mr. and n-eeks. the Hradford I and shall published
m County Tel-
hold: the regular business meeting
i, ni ht. Jan. 5. to play against the 'I !II | Pre ea. h week f'.r four'n.wvutivr :
son. Wilbur visited in Palatka Mis. Frank Brown, and family. :, on the first Monday night in January Varsity boys and girls and the graph.Zed this 14th day f.f l.a vcemlwr ; wc, ks in the F.radford County Tele- j
with Mr. Bell's sister Bell of Dallas Texas | ;;r..ph. a n"'I''I..r; pnbli-h in
Christmas day Jimmie which is January 4th. We "p" I l9;, I
bojs. On Thursday. Jan. 7. : ..ttt i I !'ruUnr.1 ,'..unt Florida and h."- r"
Mrs. Trisa Foster and family.Mr. : pent Christmas holidays herewith targe all members to attend and 'Jtf' r.ill play the Starke boys inSarkt > ': ('harlea'; A. Jurby. Clerk of th. I HIR h s.n-ral rirrnlation! in s.nd f'J. .-
C. E. Wilkinon Sr. and son his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. )I ,VniityWitness. -
take an active part in helping this 'irctut Court
: and on Friday night Jan. -r
hand Clerk of -.I!.Isirs
| J. Bell and family. i'y tartan 1.. Cro>by. eputj- my as yj' I :
Oscar enjoyed a hunting trip last club to grow and aid the commun 3. they will play the Hilliard boys 'T Tk: ( nit ;"...Irt. and the sal nr x..l: _

Saturday even though they were I Roger North of the Universityi ity. j in BaMwm. Good luck teams. J: I 17 It 17 I I:,, ;Florida"nrt at this Starke.!! lath; day lradford of 1I."t'1II1."*" nntv..: .. i

unsuccessful.Dan i of Florida spent part of the holi- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oliver of Jacksonville Hope you will win again. i IH 1 hr (Irrnit ;'..nrt' Of 1 heJndiezal 1-llhfh: I':;.'. = .

lays here with his parents. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wini- Beatrice: Hargroves, Virginia I Inuit Of Florida In lad I r'iia'1T'I11'lT SF.11.1t'li.tla.FS -.
Hargroves. R. C. and Ronnie .\. 1'.11RT.Clerk .
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r.r.d Mrs. John North and family. llmdfwrd 1'eonty. I. < hnacery:
:led Wl1kin. visited with Mr. Dillard and Blanche Williams all of the Circuit C.uT.radford r
Dillard. and Lawrence :Mann (.1p.' IIC: :: ,
,rrendaleCampbell; Marriage and Mrs. Oscar Wilkinson and enjoyed a shopping trip to Or- Suit T.. Qn. t TttlL. I'- \ ,'''nnt. Florida.

'rg enjoyed a fishing trip while ',| Mrs. R. C Campbell of Baldwin family Sunday. ado :last Saturday afternoon. 'I ar''t I: .C.Reddish Kc! ldisli.and Iris Plaintiffs.s.", xvife. M.ir-". Th..n.\i: _>rtiy.\.for Van riAintiffs"i Jr. .. ,

I jn Winter Garden last weekend. announces the marriage of her Congratulations to Rev. and Air. and Mrs. Dan Hargroves ,( Thomas" ", J. Hitrrin. et a I. I>vfcnd-j I I i ," /1f Ire Iir.iner 731:I Sf
Starke. Florida
'daughter. Mildred Jeanette to 1 Mrs. E. B. Crews on the arrival of and T. L. ants r-
/ Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bell. W. ; daughter :Minnie and I I:"-1'; II i '
; Jack D. Arrendale of Clarksville their new baby son. which was Manning were business visitors in i tier lI..ff'nti Of l'uhlhati..n.1 X..tl.'f'IT" I
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r ., bom on Monday Dec. 21. Jacksonville::; last Wednesday night. !I In the natn ..r the State of Jo fri-

I' Mrs. C. B. Nolan and sons. Billy Mrs Junior Wilkinson and di to.: ,
Ann Mary :ir..t'I. whose ridnreis -
;' :k' t and Bobby: of Baldwin visited last: .i iaC hter, Shirley. Miss :Minnie I! : IV.M Office r.HlH.;1 !'.>. t HueinHie -

I with Mrs. Hat- I California and' to ih"nal Wednesday:: night Groves and T. L. Manning were
Jr M..I'a: ; Thomas J. |Piton. : Kli7.alith a
tie Nolan. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Par- business visitors in Jacksonville I l.i\.ii. also known a'" J K: Dixon ..IdF .

,. nsh and family and Mrs. Buddy lf.st Thursday.Miss i Tbo;>ias J. Hurrin: J..anett. K nirnn /
F : J. P. .M.-.'ully; J-.ln .\. "- .I.
Bradshaw.Mr. Gloria Hisginbotham of ''J. I.. Gates, also known a.. Ju"11
and Mrs. N. L. Cannon wentto Jacksonvilleisited with her U ;.ites: Kittle Jl. Uate. .- C. Lane J. l>. IxmorrSu: 'ie R -
t Starke Monday to take theirDaughter. mother. Mrs. Leslie Sweat and MoLemore: John 1:. Karl. Ji, llenri 1)I )

Gloria Godwin and her fnmily last Tuesday. Miss Hiffginbotham. ; "'t.. I>. K'rl.: loin! ,'. I-rllt. Thom- 0
.' ". Pti" haties I.h..rl"1.- I
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T baby to the doctor. Mrs. Sweat Alene. Helen \ <
U-rt" P. Miller: \ .-sta 1>. Miller. IfTO
jtsr.S MrsInez Mosley and childrenof i sad li'.fle Robin Higginbotham lM\id A. Floyd; 1:..1V .\. FI..J'''I.
.Mini'A. Sherman. Irvin P! "'hilII. -
a Baldwin visited with her
; par motort-'J( into Jacksonville during ,
.-y. al known a. Kr\in IVhit -
.i'0 ents Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sum- the dp.v. nee. : Jsms, II Fwas. also known as Alhe! iVet+ 'fea

ntr and family on Christmas day. .rarar.; ; II. Via":, LillianV Foss. YOU
I .i. hn S. B..nn..tt : E. 1.. 'Hill., I>. I: ; ppfoaehes tell
BestWiShes Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arrendale .YY-YYYYYYTTYYTYYYYYYYY : KdA-itids, : ";..orKe S. ITaxter. doingt : OUR = s pfaY

and Mrs. R. C. Campbell andt'.aughter. lju ,;inrs" a.- .>..rs- $. ttaxter & !.r I
a Joyce. of Baldwin visit-!'; Ir.nrpany: \\'. L. f.rn.F.| J. Pres- {Id lieu health .end hopl to
GRAHAM .-..tI and Eddie; C. <:ro"s., and all II FRIENDS
.. td with Mr. and Mrs. John North persons, claiming any. interest h)'. I
t..._w. tlirit.icli. under or against them orrith.r
night.
family Saturday I
and :Airs. John McKinney We are very sorry to learn that ;: ins lands situate in Bradford County. -

Mr. John North's mother. Mrs. ."AALUA UULUAAAAAa1 ; Florida to-wit:
The Vest Half of Lot 411. and
Alice North of Green Cove Springs/ all of -Jjotn" 41, 4:. 55. 56 and the
Mr. andIrs.. A. M. Hines of
X"rth'lIalf of Lots ::>';' and 5H of
or fa;!;, been seriously ill for the past I! I
Mount Pleasant, S. C., :Mr. and O'"ti"n 19 \Voodlawn aci- ird- ,-

th week.We are very glad to know that 1 Mrs- Bill Hines of Longwood. and 'int; to the of plat record or map in th thereofaiipearinir .- pubc .- I .. :. -.... .. l1

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.Irs. Dilla Osteen and of I .
family records of Bradford "lint) '
sufficiently -
Mrs. Junior Mosley has High Springs were visiting Mrs. Florida in Plat Book I. at Page .
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recovered to be at home after 17. and embracing the South Half Gnann THE
in Doctor's.Hospital Alice Starling Sunday. of the Xorthwest Quarter undergoing surgery
Yeo..r : Doyle E. Conner in Starke. Eddie Starling visited his parents I:
New j Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Starling Plumbing Co.
I Mr. and Mrs. Barry Crews and ] in Miami during the Christ i i Community State Bank of Starke

1 Agency j their two nieces were visitors of iI
mas holidays. I
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Mrand Mrs Ardell Crews Sun- I!
i
iI 1 Among those visiting Mr. and '

Credit BureauOf I Starke, Fla. day. and !I Mrs. Johnny McKinney during I : MEMBER F.D.I.C.
Ardell Crews
Mrs.
t I Mr. and
the '!
Starke I Christmas holidays were: Mr.
Sarah Mae visited with
i
'daughter.:
and Mrs. Otis McKinney and I
and Mrs. Nelson Griffis in
Mr.
daughter, Joan of Clarksville I -

JTennMr.: and Mrs. Bill :Martin !.

ana children of Tampa; :Mr. and

Mrs. J. D. McKinney and sons of I.I

Ocala; Leonard McKinney and

: daughters and Mrs. Lynett English -

I : i of Gainesville: Mr. and Mrs.jFtnzo I .

Prevatt and children of ,
:
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Hark ;.and Mrs. Will Melton and !

j children l of Waldo.
I,I
I A family reuion was held at the

] brine of Mr. and Mrs." Horace :! friendship and I II .

Cain on Christmas day. Attending goodwill toward al I

the gathering wereMr.. Cain's'!' .?I

mother 'Mrs J. 'P. Crenshaw of I I I mankind on earth.

Yer- ,Gainesville: his son Robert' of !', o

Gainesville: Mr. and Mrs, L- E. j \

: Rhtlifcf. Mr. and Mrs./Leo Dyal ,

"L% r + ana niece and Mr. and Mrs. AI-I .

a e + ,.bcit Sparks. Lye ,

y We are sorry to report at this | I \
r ,
Vr writing! that: Horace [Bill] Cain i +s k. \

ilad to return to the Bradford j i \
NVtrta!tl AEarl's
IjCounty Hospital' for treatment. } :
1 i
He had been released from the ,
Garage
5 hospital Just one week /go. His

ir I manyy friends wish" him a speedy Starke, Fla.

1 -aSis / II I I recovery I I/4/ .. ,


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.e r\i.i. Fort HID" Ii' / r f.
The Hoard ,>f County Commissi"ni irs i
o \\1 \ "- of Bradford fountFrorida.. will
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1 1'r ,.1,r ."al..tI hid" at 1":11" n'cl-n I k. ; .
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rr' II II I, on the morning of January 4. lt>>P. II
I in V1 (ourtrovm.. in the Courthvme.'i .
;. UaMiline and Motor Oil to he A .
i I pun hased thru a r\ire '.tati"ni
iI he bid shall IH- mad' as so much
e ij I 1''f'i'\\! the prevailins r-tail price fifCavt.line :: }
EJT1. I and M..t..r Oil.Vhe Yr I wI

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Or.
tpervke tires up to ll""-.I. I: I'll : .. T
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The Board reserxes the right larr 1 !
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I'':M hare--. Administrator
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Not i to hereby civrn that I hate 1

OUR GOOD area by final returns as! adminfatot -
FRIENDS! YOU'
FOR
TO M ..f the e .tate .f Ella F.
a : llorni.by. dread that I have filed
n>y {, -tili..n fir final discharge and AM YOUR
I l'-It I will, apply to the Honorable l' .
Tkerun A. Yawn County Judce cf
i I'adfftrdnunty.. Florida. on January toYED OrrB
lth 1>6*. at IAAO: o'clock a.!
e %'- m. for approval of the same and I PITHISCOMING
far final diwharee: as administratorof !! t
the rotate of Ella F. H rnsby.Tois !! ?
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Administrator of the estate! of Ella
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I[for 1960 on Sunday with the pat01 I illc. The Oscar Carters had as
TO COLORED home Dec
NEWS OF INTEREST on 25.
: HAMPTON Mrs. Vasco Busey of Valdosta Christmas day guests the Lion
in Sunday School at
cnarge. : ;
[ nd.j..itl"d Brother Cecil Crawford acted
1 Mr. and Mrs. John Starling family the Farl Den- as I
BRADFORD COUNTYBy 10:00: a. m., Supt. Irene Thomas in I|
OF
CITIZENS Porker during the Christmas
j By Mn. D., E. IlIU mark family the Lois Carter family pastor I last Sunday while Brother
I charge. Morning worship at 11:00:t oajs. }Ir. and Mrs. Albert Morris the George Shufords of Law- I By Mrs. Sybil Griffis.aaa.a..r..a.aaaa..aaaaa.j. Norman was in Bushnell visiting _
Ozora Shell Music the children's l.aaaaaaaaaa.aaaaaa.a.aa.Mrs.) and baby of Gainesville were
a. m. by ; tey. John Agvaire and George Bas- rends and relatives. brother Nor-
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. . . .. ...... .&&&&. L_ %.*A A A A A A choir Mother N. L- Pullum in John Kemper and children weekend guests of the Parkers. din of Jacksonville. Freeman ,, :nan is to return
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Christmas day guests at the Johns and Mrs. Effie Johns of Among those visiting with your,
CHarge. Love Feast at 6:00 Holy j;e spending the holidays in Hen- Tuesday evening '
d.'k; To School vacation and regret having to return home of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott Siarke: M. D. ccrres-pondent last weekend were
I unsonville Tenri.: 'with her Carter. Debbie Se- Mr. and Airs.
According to school board of- to school on Monday. Mrs. Eucharist. You are invited to take par- and daughter were Mr. and Mrs.P. mion and Debbie Sue Phillips of J.iTr-' and Mrs. J. I. Rosier andgranddaughter. Clyde. Jr. are

l.cials and Supt. H. P. Morgan all Gloria Graham freshman at Be- ;your first communion with us if rr.tsMrs. H. Lott. Jr. and children of :Highland Rhonda. Mrs. W.! visiting"with your reporter until
and
the Howard Nor-
Dan Johnson accompaniedthe :Mis. Clyde's mother arrives from
pupils are expected to return to thune-Cookman College will leave I your church is not in session. All I 5r 1l"ke. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard mans. H. Morgan Dorothy Morgan. Mrs.'
of
Frank Williams family Phoenix, Ariz. They will! all the-
M-liool on Monday. Jan. 4, at the for Fort Pierce to take Dottie and I members !i Castle and children of Gainesville.W Earl Denmark I iHhirley Hart and daughter. Mrs. '
f are urged to attend Gainesville to Vero Beach for of Jacksonvilleand return to Jacksonville.
Michele where will remain Beatrice Slade ,
regular time. Buses will follow thesme they and daughter. Mr.
"Watch Meeting" which will beheld Christmas: with Mr. and Mrs.J I I Mr. and Mrs. George ShufiOl'd j Folks iion't
Watch
schedule for our schools J i i 1: until summer vacation tune. Aj i ?m. ?? ? ? ? nI j i Esmond Rosier and children and forget our
I'I'I at several ''J .mes Broome and family. I j and daughter Gail of Law- '! NIght Service on Thursday. Dec-
churches in
Parents are urged to see that the 'surprise I I birthday party was held I our :Jr. and Mrs Eugene McDonaldand "
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of tty were dinner guests of Mrs. !.
3 8 and lasting
beginning at -
holiday activities end early Sunday for> Betty Jenkins by her parentsand ,!. Jmmunity.-E.. J. Givens report- i i NORTH SIDEBy Lots Carter children. p.'lu. .
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas I Sunday. until 1
1 s 1 a. m.
so that the children will betll relatives on Christmas night. er. Visitors at the home of the Ednond t
: Davis and of Coral Ga- Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
'\ tested for school on Monday. i i! Most of her former classmates and I Ebraezer Baptist Church son I | Hosiers' were Mr. and Mrs. FIRST .t
Richard CIIRISTLCHURCH
Wes and Mr. and Mrs. Orrie I Mrs. John CowartiaaaauaLaLLaLaaaaaaLaLl Carter were Mr. and Mrs.
Lets: have a "Happy.New Year" by lilends were invited. All guests Rev. E. D. Robinson pastor held Wiggins of Staike spent Christ- I D ron Hollingsworth of Gaines' I Dewey: Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Cor. Call & Christian StrwU
a delightful \"eni i' the annual Christmas j I Johnnie Harvey. :\11'.
living our children attend school reported very : program mas in Hampton with Mr. and ville. ( and Mrs. Lacy Bob L. Badtett. MinisterSunday ,
<< cay it is hi session from i 1g. The menu included roast turkey and tree on last Sunday. Gwen- Harvey of Macclenny; and Mrs. '
fry I Mrs. H. B. Wiggins and Mr. and : Regular worship at North Side We are sorry to report that sister School. 9:45: a. m. Worship -
;;
| and all the trimmings. Sev- dolyn Robinson Perdue Beatrice .
JiUU ry to June staff reporter. I and Mary j Rosier: and children. Mr: 10:45 ,
j Mrs. B. Menefee.. Sunday visit- Sunday Bobbie Turner's father Roy and Communion : a- m.
Community Theatre Party i|! eial former servicemen, which in- were in charge and presented a was. enjoyed by everyone ':Shirley Hart and daughter. Mr. Practice
iic: at the Wiggins' home were'j alter the Christmas holidays. Mrs.'E'a Jodan suffered a fatal heart attack CM Rho 5 p. m. Choir ,
The annual free Christmas motile : eluded Bennie Thelton Morris very wonderful program. Mrs. An- { ind: Mrs. J. I. Rosier and granddaughter -
had fun 'mashing potatoes B. T. nette assisted Mrs. Wiggins' brother and sister- !| Clark of Lake City and Mrs. Saturday morning. Rhonda I 6 p .m. CYF 7 p. m.
and party was-held; at the Re- J| Bryant Phillips in Griffis. 7:30 New
in-law Mr. and C. L. Hodges Wednesday. p. m.
Mrs. Alverez
|(Sarah of Gainesville werei
KO theatre on Monday Dec. 28th.i i Morris is- a freshman at Bethune- purchasing gifts and tree decorations '! HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH i j Mr. end Mrs. Edmond Rosier ''Training for Service. Ii.
of Maccclenny. i i for service. +
A large group of boys and girls I l| Cookman College Daytona Beach. and distribution of gifts. i present today's
a ere in attendance. Many pupils 1 Some pre-party adult guests included oupt. Henry Bryant read the Mr. and Mrs. Albert' Birt and.;t Gail Shuford one of the newest Thrrnsa seven miles south of II Me"9 CIolhlng
tarn childern of st. Petersburg|(infants of the Cradle Surke on Route 100. Rev. SamuelS. ALVAREZ' 11
cid not attend because of the rain. : Mesdames Bernice Morris. Christmas lesson and presented a roll wasI STORE Ij Iji
Lots of fruit and candy was served ,1, Grace Long. Rosa Williams E. R. special gift to the pianist, O. R. are visiting here for Christmasand I }present today. We hope to have Cuthbert Pastor j, ro Established 1894 | !
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courtesy of: Ida Mae's Cafe I(I Shell and others. "Happy New I Shell, for services rendered during New Yearns holidays with Mr. the Cradle Roll department com- Tonight Thursday Dec. 31.

Madie Williams Cafe. Iola Little's Year to All." -staff reporter. the year to the Sunday School. and Mrs. Ira Lester. I jpleted soon. jWatchmght Service, 9 to 12.

Cafe. Joe's Hot Spot, Post 314 and CHURCH NEWS I The program closed with a beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burkhardt I Mrs. Rogers and children and Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- I

Auxiliary of American Legion Mt. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist solo rendition of "Silent ai.d children of Perrine spent I fit. and Mrs. Hess and children of I il; Worship 11 a. m. Message by II

MOl iah Methodist Church. New Church. Rev. L. McKay pastor I NiSht" by Mrs. Bertis Robinson Cniistmas here with Mr. and Mrs. i.Texas visited with your reporter the pastor! on the topic "Jesus' I
Hall and Mr. and Mrs. D. H.
Bethel: Baptist. Allen Chapel and will hold regular service on Sunday vice-president of the choir. Presi- Lyun last weekend. Estimate of Giving." Training Un-
I
the management of the Reno: starting with Sunday School I cent Rosa Williams conducted the Crawford and children. Guests of Stephen and MichaelI :cn, 6:30: p. m. Evening Worship. I
I :.11'. and Don Hill and
Theatre. The main features werea 'd 9:30: ap. m. Let's start the New !I program. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bry- Mrs. I Cowart last weekend were Sandra 7:30 p. m. Series of messages on .

full length: movie and record: hop Year in the right way by putting taia and Mr. and Mrs. AlVin Bry- daughters drove to Bradenton last i,ana Ginger Bleasdale of Keystonei the Book of Revelation by the I

that lasted until 5:00: pi: m. Other j i God in front. Please observe the 1! :ant and children spent part of the Thursday to spend Christmas with i Heights. pastor. Topic this week will be j jI
I with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clouse
community businesses extended following schedule for 1960: Monday !holidays with parents and friends { Friday night dinner guests of "What Will Happen Upon the I

good wishes as well as churches night 6:45 Faithful Few in Starke. A large group of chil- and children.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cowart were Earth for Seven Years." jI
Brown of
and Mrs. Frank
a'id will probably participate next Club: Tuesday night 6:45: Choir
year to extend this wry fine holiday Practice: Wednesday night. 6:45. Fiogram. Supt. Bryant will be expecting Jacksonville spent Christmas in i Und children of Keystone Heights. Meeting followed by choir rehearsal I
[ Prayer Meeting; Friday night 6:45i : this large group every Hampton with Mrs. T. F. Brown 1 Mr. Fred Dodd Director.
spirit to more-boys and girlsn i! Mrs. Alvin Davis and son Terryof
the community. i I Prayer Band. Everyone is urged to Sunday during 1960. Don't wait and all were guests of Mr. and : Gainesville and Mrs. Cora %
Mis. H. F. Ownbey in Keystone
Home For The Holidays I' attend these services throughout for the Christmas program in December i stokes and children Dwight Rich t tJ

All the college students of Star; I the week and Sunday. Mary Mc-' 1960 but make every Sunday Heights Mr. and for Mrs.Christmas H. C.Jernigan dinner.and !itrd and Gloria of Santa Fe visit- .,n J 4 ,: :
I Bride reporter. important by agreeing with I ird
ke, Lawtey and other areas in daughter of Clearwater spent; Mr.and Mrs. Johnny Cowart I
Allen A. M. E. Church Dale Evans Rogers who said 1! afternoon-
Chapel Friday
Bradford County returned for the Ij DL3
Christmas ,in Hampton with her j :
r .
Christmas is Always" RaneuEnglish '
yuletide season All reported a fine Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will :mother Mrs. Nora Layfield. Visiting Mr. and Mrs- John Benny Sapp _
reporter. \of Daytona visited Mr. Sapp's par-
; here Sunday with Mrs. Lay-
New Bethel Baptist Church tits Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sapp.j .
Rev. A. B. Vinson. pastor held field was her son and daughter- the
holidays.
in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. C. H. Lay-j during : I
tt tC -egular service on Sunday starting
I Mrs. Shaw and Mr. and Mrs.
field of Gainesville.
With Sunday School: at 9:30: a. ''Kouroutis and family of Jackson- !
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson of I I
hi. Supt. Milton Ellerson in ville visited the Russel Carters
Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Gene If !
charge. Morning and evening I
Failing of Starke were in Braden- Saturday.: a
iccf. worship services were conducted Mr. and Mrs. Candella of Jack- I
ton with Mr. and MrsDonald Mr-i ]
by the pastor. Music was furnished -
comillewent the Christmas week- ,
j
Mahone and for.the Christmas
son
by choir No. I, B. T. Marshall
end with Mrs. Candella's parents I
.. "" weekend.Mr. ;
Sr. president; L. B. English pi- :Mr. and Mrs. Russel Carter. a j-1 WE WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS
and Mrs. J. W. Home droveto
anist. First commuion service for .
Mr. and Mrs. Azare Johns and
million for
lV Thanks a Homestead Sunday for several
1960 will be held on the second family Mr. and Mrs. Vernon I

Sunday. All members are urged to clsys visit with Mr. and Mrs- Johns and family of Jacksonville. GOOD HEALTH, PEACE AND PROSPERITY

attend. Visitors are always wel- Richard May and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Thompson and

0c being so swell in the come. Pauline Marshall reporter. with Billy Home. ,i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Alvarez and To each and every ODe
Antioch Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McIntosh
Baptist Church
;, children were dinner guests of Mr.
Rev. GeorgeW. Lee. pastor held I spent the Christmas holidays herein .
I and Mrs. P. B. Johns Christmasday. I of May the comiog
the annual Christmas program at Hampton and expect to returnto you.

past! It will be 3 p. m. Sunday. Mrs. Mable J. Lee their home here aft rfMr. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Thompson j
served of Ceremonies.A Intosh's work is complete in Ocala month: bring happiness I
V as Mistress 'vent to Braxton Ga. to visit Mrs.Tlrompson's B. T. Thomas Lumber Company

very fine program was presentedby .this week. > parents. Pastor; and

V fun the school. Response was made Bob Faile arrived from Lancaster I Mrs. Bullard and family during sad poosperiry to afl.
serving by Mr. Willie Brown in the absence -I S- C. Christmas morning for''
I the holidays. B. T. Thomas D. L, Thomas L. H. Outlaw
of the Supt. Deacon Clarence the holidays. Here for Christmas]t t *The Alvarez family enjoyed a

Williams. Deacon Shell presented with Raleigh Brannen and i'
son eunion at the home of Mr. and Williams JewelryStarke
0(9 you in the future Mrs. Emma Hunt his ana with Mr. and Mrs. Rothelle''''Mrs.. Lucian Alvarez Christmas Shade Fla.

mother-in-law who was visiting Junes and daughter were Miss I night. Fla. .

i here from Atlanta Georgia. Mrs. Jessie May Brannen of Bartow; : Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Frank of ,

Hunt'extended season's greetingsand and Preston Nettles and J. J. Lakeland spent the Christmas

Loads of luck health challenged the group to Drive Brannen of Hampton; and Mr. holidays as guests of Mrs. Frank's. I II II II
and Go Forward. She is an ordained and Mis. Faile. '
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evangelist of the Africian Mr. end Mrs."Vernon Slade and I

Methodist Episcopal Church anda children of Jacksonville were I

and wealth to everyone member of St. Mark. Atlanta. Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs.V. .

Ga. Mrs. Hunt returned to Atlanta j. Slade'hi Hampton. Their I

N oi Tuesday after a short visit with Daughter Marcia Kay. spent the ,

O .Y / her daughter. Supervisor Shell previous, week _here "with, her
and family. She was accompanied grand1) rents.

a Ly her little granddaughter Velia Mrs. Dale Thomas'of Milwaukee

ZJnia] Shell who will spend the visited last,wek in Hampton with

month of January with her .All !.Ir. and Mrs. T.J. Alderman. Billy

ne-mbers are urged to attend I Alderman: has been home with his

Denmark Furniture Companyof | Uatch Night services somewhere .latent for two weeks over thej

i hi the community. Remember: j :holidays from Norfolk Va.

"Watch as well as pray." Deacon Mr. and Mrs. Damon Nolan andcniidren

StarkeStarke Andrew Allen chairman of the I of Lake City were Sunday

; bxird of deacons at Antioch. attended tuitors here with her parents Mr. trj' -,.

I the Christmas program I and Mis. A. M. Bryant and son
Fla. I presented by the choir of Ebene- Hcmer.

z-.i: Baptist Church and the Pastor Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McElroy and

i 's Aid Club. Mrs. Ranell EnglishI cli1dren"isited relatives in Cross

I president. All members of Antioch City and in Plant City last week-
Choir are asked to meet at
cna.Mr.
the home of our pianist. Saturday, and Mrs. R. H. Parker were

,< xr at 7 p. m. for a rehearsal. This Christmas guests of their son-in-

call meeting is due to the holiday law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.

as. schedule and the church conference Miiton Misner and son. in Gainfoville. -
that presented a conflict. .

-Arata Williams reporter. Visiting here at the J. A. Williams

. Holiday Vacation home during the Chrlstma:: ) e 'We=siacerer
Mrs. Glennis Solomon local mail weekend were Mr. and Mrs- Wil-i ; ,

j jj on. spent the holidays with her lam Fowler and children aMiss

mother, sister and other relativesin Nell Williams of GainesvilleMr. ,-.

: Lakeland. Florida. While there and Mrs. Wallace Collins j fc o iO fFt =se-rYicesL+ ilJp fe-as &t1o--rti1a-el \
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.
j she motored to Miami for a short were Christmas dinner guests olut ,p j\.
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visit with her brother and his

family. According to reports from ...":


T% ,I her M>II.daughter she had a Mrs.wonderful Evelyn vacation John- y :LtjrST ss r"s_ \opeitLey ay-e'Ir.1f i t V.e lp", <"jt r-;-: >

iiid trip. -
3q "' -
t Post 314 To Meet \
fJ QiK0i
On Sunday, at 2 p. m. at the 1'J \

A ,. : .' ftl RJE School the American Legion Mar .t .i.Sl1l. ,.GeliUed.1witli'IQc: ; ess
Post 314 and Auxiliary will hold / \

their regular meeting. Each group

vili meet with the Commander ..
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Julius Royal, who is in charge of t -- --.J- ,- ] : -.

the Post members; and with pre- r' l.9.0Qc= J ad bappeos t.) _. \

I tioent L. M. Royal who.s in .J Y. -........... : .

charge of the auxiliary members.

Don forget your pledge money

for the building fund drive. Pauline (

,Marshall reporter. .


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Formerly Roberts Jewelry -

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