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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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A $7,000,000 hydrocarbon ction plant, opening vast $1,000,000 will be paid to workers in this area during construction -

new horizons for industry in Northeast Florida will be constructed of the plant. He said the annual plant payroll

COUNTY 'near Brooker in 1962 if the Federal Power Commission would run from $175,000 to $200,000 and that at least twice

BRADFORD TELEGRAPH approves Houston Corporation's pending'application for that much would be paid annually to transportation personnel -

pipeline expansion in Florida. :who would be required once the plant is in operation.

The announcement was made in Jacksonville Tuesdayby Grant said that a railroad spur'would, be built to the

W. J. Bowen, a senior vice president of Houston, speakingat plant site. "There will be much tank trucking, and seagoing

Official County Publication Established In. 1879 a 1 luncheon attended by officials of the Jacksonville Area tankers will also be used to transport the plant products. ,"

Chamber of Commerce.To Grant added. :- >
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'tOLU1IE'ElGHTY.rivo THUR. NOVEMBER 24: 1960 T NUMBER TWENTY-TWO
STARKE. FLORIDA.
be known as the Florida Hydrocarbons Co., the new i Grant said the plant will be able to produce 285000))00; ))

; organization '(owned jointly by Houston Corporation and Sun I: gallons of .LP (bottled) gas annually enough: to supplyall

four Time Champions Oil Co.) has an option on 50 acres of land in southwest Brad needs within a 50-mile'radius, including the city of-Jack-

ford County adjacent to Houston's present natural gas compressor ,sonville..

: station., I In addition to propane, eight other hydrocarbon. *

: Tornadoes Take Title; Bowen said construction of the, new plant is contingenton I ponents will be removed including pure gasoline, methen,

:: ; FPC approval of a pending' pipeline expansion case that ethane normal butane isobutane isopentane normal pentane >

; would increase Houston's pipeline capacity' from its present I and hexane. These hydrocarbons will be 'extracted
I a 278 million cubic feet of gas per day to 370 million cubic I from natural gas for sale to large industrial users.

: Blue feet per day. I Grant said the plant ,would open tremendous new field
Beat Big Devils 25-1,9 "We. anticipate'. reeehing Commission approval within for industrial development in Florida, providing the necessary -

: three months" he said. If ,so, actual construction of the hydrocarbons which have thus far been unavailable

plant would) likelystart early in 1962, with'.completion scheduled due to high cast of bringing them into the state They are

"'Yahoo,'ve'ye got it boy. we've -some time:that year. vital in the manufacture of plastics, Grant said, and their

got itr yelled Coach Lennard -g Jack'Grant,; public relations 'director for Houston in St. availability would pave the way for plastics industry Tri .the
Register with sheer Joy aequarterback Petersburg, told The Telegraph today that an estimated Florida Crown area. ,
Irwin Martin dived .
into the Blue Devil line in the -
tin l'play of the Keystone Conference t. '. : ,

clinching game' with r. V I Ii -
preen Cove Springs last Friday I i
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flight. ,,
!1 And afterwards, amid the noisy i

din of celebration in the Tornadoes f.
dressing room, each player ., +
Asked could take time to' lookback f SERVICES
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and say. They were: toujhHBvery 4' tYS r a II Housing
bit as tough' as. we expected I
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and maybe tougher:

fOUe.d1d .t Just hit. he hit and k i r 'aas
kept driving," paid 160-pound Started
Tornado 'tackle 'Cecil Leach of l, First Methodist Church
the220pound Blue Devil lineman -
he faced 48 minute -t'" 1 ? +
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bone Thursday, Nov. 24, 10:00: A. M.
of crushing play onBradford Work is expected to start: next
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field, thoroughly scar
6h y r e Message By: week on converting an already,existing
red with the cleat marks of many '. A
r dlrinr- e '" ': ry .REV. LEO A. HEBERT building in the Heilbronn
'Asked who made the possiblegamedeciding J ________ P Pastor First 'Springs area into quarters to
Ky yEki. 4' Baptist Church r
decision to ran in- q is d ; : il?, house around.150 migrant: .laborers .
!fe'ad.of kicK' on the fourth down PUBLIC INVITED L---- v--. during the strawberry and
aa41nehes.,to go .for 'a first, late I spring: vegetable r.op' harvesting
in .the ftoil: period, quarterback ;!: ,Annual ,Union Thanks Service Conner To Speak. I season: .

:Martin said, -"I "Leading 25J9 [ Final, plans for .&t41rt. g., ilje'1b U' in the Green Cove Sponsored. by StarkV Iinlsterial..AlGaac e ; "Qpe Lx" ;bulging.,wu ;.Wd.a.t: ,;me&ipg

J7 yard, ;stripe; 'and with; fpur '-- .. ,-, ...*.'"'-..'... '' -,:"- **-'g'i'AgaHistBbiles .e.,._ ..k.;..1-M,. of-th dnm''.. fl.b r '. Co'v.
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. '$.jmtaute1. :'J left,. Martin called BUS Head Coach Leonard Register-fouiac'amj fightrKidji.'ta[ gnu the.Tornado coaehsltit sbou1do '':''' : -'J.":" 0f .-- steering committee: in the-CHam-
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If. JA. tm"!! jermiMtoj* air'aa batiatop thehe unidentified Torsioulders.of ber" of Commerce office last'.PrI.
+ precarious perch oa'; begin; to topple a* an Lanier For Keystone
o.r"n1}Aeteaa:OLkick.rtyfir happy Tornadoes, Sam: Gardoerv -(left} nado" leads the way Hero**,field after BIl,S'a eon- day afterpoon. "
t'; | hundred. fans buzzed and-Allen Crews:(right)* ,Johnny Lee'Ls-shown at ierence' clinching victory over.Green Cove Springs.Tornado Tornadoes Bid i County' Agent G. T-' Huggins.
wring".the'-.time-out, and then i said that pledges .to 'dat / total
'tnrned'terlscly quIet at the Tor- '" EggCo-op i$2,600 from business men .and

}pftdoes: lined up., Martin burst farmers for the purpose.of con
through for fire Wg yards and, theTotnadoekept :F Ninth verting the building and equipping
A series of
events Wednes-
Victory next
possession of the it with sanitary facilities;
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'feallv" their; victory; and their day, Thursday and Friday will I kitchen, and dining area 'Its
fourth consecutive Keystone Con- 1's r After clinching the officially open the new processing;estimated that total cost1 wills'Un
Keystone pesday night at Bradford plant of the Keystone Egg Coop '
Xer'encB, 'chajapjohship. Any other between $4,000 and $5,000.
: Conference )last, 'Friday Coach Stadium. erative at '
icisl6nwould: allowed the Keystone Heights. Featured Most the
< have J Lennard Register's Tornadoes will of money has ,been
powerful Blue Devils :another & go after 'their first undefeated "This game is going to be speaker at the Wednesday pledged in.amounts,of.$100, Bug-
chance it hall': another tough one," the night festivities will be Doyle E. .
at Jhf bgame( season in BRS''htsto<< ry when they Tornadoes gins said, and donors wilt ftp given -
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that had ..ewedb ck and head coach stated, "And Conner of Starke, Florida'sJCoinmissionerelect I a printed certificate, shawingamount.
[face Bolles>of .Jacksonville .Wed- ftn_ .,..... ,_.__,_ \
.all nighl nlM !Tn .. ... of Agriculture, maim
forth Jong: --- o !A.1' i .r IS t I of and bearing an
1 After haying 'the entire .week.end scouting report: states that BoUeshas
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"think It -over:and to calm r the best backfield Stark will .,-
down,. :coach 'Len ''Register\ Bald 'Berry,Queen have faced. The Bolles backs ;;are .
Monday ?They Dad ps' !beat in fast and shifty and the line is
tnanpower but we made up for it also fast and heavy, the coach CAMERAMA
gamecoach Deadline EntryExtended eaid. e e .
Starke's last opponent of the
jn nt .of a game" in which his regular season likes to pass and
boys had rome from behind oncd ss P To Sat. has been very successful againstall 111x

to, tie ,the !bell game, and then' opponents, the report states. -
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J bad to pun ahead three times to Bolles' signal caller 160 pound a
win- after Green Cove had tied 'The entry deadline for the' Mullins McLeod who wears number tk

it up twice, more. Strawberry Bowl Queen contest' 17 on his jersey is a good baD #

n The conference, deciding con Y .. bas been' extended' to 'Saturday, handler who throws at every op
test started, out looking like any- Nov. 26, with a total of 16 girls portunity.Two .
iblDr but a 2519 Tornado vie- ,.. T. already signed to compete for the! former BHS footballers, R r :' ;
Ty'as Biue Devil quarterback -L !I honor. The. competition. is sponsored ;Jerry and, Don Widegren will be .
'IVayne Knowles .spurted over ; i : by the Starke Junior' playing at either end of the Bolles
right guard and whisked 38 Womans Club. line and are favorite targets of

1 i yards to paydirt on the fifth Mrs. Hal Hand chairman of McLeod, along with the two haU.I -
play J ''from scrimmage, the registration committee, said I I backs. "- '
| Behind six points the' Tornadoes ...- halfback Richard- Dugger No. 31,with. run got the Tornadoes off on a 73-yard drive which that several more 'entries are expected Assistant Coach Carlton Koch t- k1
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couldn't move on ,their first the ball, I.. brought down by end Henry Sohm resulted in a Starke TD early in the third 'quarter, before the deadline. Con- calls Bolles right-half Chip Travis -

series- of downs and Marion Cot- (right) and' tackle' Julian Johnson (left) after also scored by Duggar. testants will be,judged on beauty, no. 15, the best running back
tl*," playingwith .an injured breaking loose on 'a 2S-yard personality, and talent.
would scamper. Duggar's he has seen, all season. The 140
f&ooMer which hardly alto The Queen and her attendantswill
pound scat-back is very fast, extremely -
w him to lift his arm jpunted4i'ytrdj presented; during the halftime
to the. ,Green Coy 16.Then Explanation! I Ii County Board I Football SmokerAt f festivities at the Strawberry Koch said.The shifty. and hard to tackle,
.t ; on second''ft,. Tornado I Bowl here Saturday night, Dec.
y ter John Miller':waxy ,himself s i The Telegraphs oJd )like to t t'I St. Edward'sSt. Tornadoes, who will be

f'| pair bsotks when h'e" plucked 'take this oppor.urn ty to explain I Meeting .Changed ; 13.AH Queencontestants will be facing a Bolles version of their -:.
Continued onPaze.Sl'}, 'I the following: item ..printed'' last!t' i Edward's. Parish will sponsor on talent and their own T and winjfed-T running attack
t.. 4 week concerning a Bradford The county commission meeting ,another football smoker" at; ap ,, ,spent most of their time -
.,. .. I pearancein bathlIi suits at the
{ 1# ', County property "transaction. I scheduled Monday night, Nov.:f 8 p. m. Friday, Dec. '2.. FatherConnie BHS auditorium Dec. working on defense this week, : : -
Thursday
: .: Calhn g 'Tan's, Motel, on U, S. 301 south I I 28 has been moved up.to 2 p. m. I Dougherty said, that the I, at 7:30 p. in.. 'Ten'finalists will Coach Register ,stated. Tuesday --_ =. S
of Starke was not bought back I turnout list'time was: so enthusiastic afternoon the only real practicethe
All 4TeeneraTEEN so a Jacksonville architect can be selected at this time and tbe
but was reclaimed because its purchasers that he hundred Tornadoes could get in, was -
attend the meeting to discuss I expects a. final elimination for Queen will V3i
TIME; | defaulted on their payments plans to remedy the space prob- men 'to gather at the Parish hall be,, held Friday night. Dec. 2, In spent in"Ork1nr over various de
Van H. Anderson, present .+ for an evening of football fi1mJ.I > fensive patterns calculated to
lem in the Bradford County'courthouse. -'I the auditorium when contestants
; owner of the motel has stated. I Coach Lennard ,Register of contain both the running and
Each Saturtfay I will be judged in formal evening
The $55,000 listed in the Telegraph Bradford High Tornadoes Will passing attack of their Jacksonville
Architect B. W& Close will pre- dress and also on talent. All
7:3010 P.M. was not actually the gale; sent the commission, and any show films of the Stark CCove pars judges will be from out of town.Entries opponent. i I
', .. price of the motel. but was the I citizens interested enough to attend Springs game, and Coach in the contest 'up to ,a II I
USO Building amount of the unpaid balance with a discussion of the, Ray Graves of the U of F' >will date are Christmas Chorus t

9, r" owed by the purchasers, Anderisorrfurther .I merits of renovating the present send one of his assistants to show Betty Lou Wainwright.. Starke; To Meet Sunday [,
stated. I
,. j courthouse building one. carin'Lee'
or a new
'. ':(- : films of the 1960 Fighting Cato Baker., Jacksonville:
S \ County officials have been unable Shirley Ann Thomas. Jackson The Community Chorus that
: TtTis Basketball League' : I More details will be announced
a.e. c, atribelN. .... .... ( to decide which of the twoplans I vine; Suzanne LaMee.. KeystoneHeights has been organized to present a ter ? .
Weekly- to t ltf fo Be Formed is the better. Space would 1,next week ; Elaine Harley starke; program of Christmas music in 1 -- ; -
still be limited at the present location i All men of the area are Invited. Pat Smith Macclezmy; Carol Starke will meet at 3 p. m. Sunday -

t CrrnDtunltrlf.ri'Jy: : 'The ,Starke Recreation Depart.i they say, while a new Ward. Starke; HihnaTanner.- ,, in. the Methodist Church. All][ Gleeful young Tornado fans seek caseeaa for BUS at
ft", ':'-; .. Wit- will hold an organizational building would be more costly. Post Office Closed Starke: ; Sandra Sweeting Jacksonville singers are every denominationare I the Green !
; Cove game last Friday by >robbing too *ball:
:THE COIVWDNITVSTATE1XN& irteeting to' form a basketball) Circuit Qourt Clerk Charles 1, ;(Nancy Imlgr, Alachua; invited to join the group. The! head' of cq !
league or leagues on Thursday!i Darby says it will be some time The Starke post office will be Nancy Marl Browning, live Oak; director Mlsj Frances Poe, states I c Edward Campoefl, jost for ftae,4f Eajojiaffboman' :" !,
: : Dee; 1, at 7:30 p. m. in the USO.i before anything definite is done I closed all day. Thursday. Thanksgiving Sylvia Campen. Waldo; Ann Car- that practices ,and the final performancewin holiday, Campbell, who play IsetbaS-tor Bnmssft, i
.. ** -,",- *.- -****. .All persona interested-in piay about the situation. The commis s Icy Palatka;. APril 'Mesko Key- be scheduled so at High came to Starke for the game cad pulled for BBSL
OF STARKE ing coaching, officiating, or epon-! sion, he fays, will just attemptto Day. Banks courthouse.. stone.Heights; Beverly Chapman. not to .interfere with regulaj He got the Tol Brjmter haircut on's. fan last spring '
wring a team are urged to at-' find the best way to remedythe city ban. and most business Starke; and Sandra Shealey, choir practices at the various liked it so wen he's kept It ever sloce.rr i
tend. situation :Monday; houses will fr1sf be closed. 'State' Farm churche3.i I

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S T -_ -,__ -I i ..- Mr. and Mrs. Gene. Pearce of Mrs. .J, G. .Mfflican .of' atka : I forenoon and show cause, If any I fuch. bonds, shall not bear interest.
ban,.why the prayett of the I II at a. greater rate than six per ceatam -,
North Fk you
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i Abilene, Texas have spend is visiting Mrs. A.; E McK&meythis I
.l .BBS J : [Petition filed in the above titled !II (1%) per annum, or to be sold,
ing the past two weeks with weekSheriff : {-use should not be granted and the'i 1,at uch price that the net interest
I. Rev. and Mrs. John Pearce. Rev. P. D, Reddish ii'confinedIn J I revenfle bonds therein described I, .j .'authorlsing the i' slon shall exceed six per cent
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and procHdltlgs .
I Pearce is convalescing at home Bradford 'Co nt "'Ho plta1' for i KochTrippiJforth issuance thereof be validated: and I r um (6%) to the date of the.respective
after being confined in Bt. 'Viacent's observation' and-tr.atjhnt. SCHOOL 0S eonfluffed said-revenue bonds-tip be| i inauirtti.' a more ,par-

Hospital.Mr Steve Alvax&.Is a medical patient .. j Issued br the Petitioner herein In tlcular description of said, revenue
Million I bonds 'appearing by referjnee40
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the sum
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;. and Mis L., K. Whiteheadand in Doctors Hospital 1.- ,' SEven Hundred Thousand Dollars) said anthoriatng resolutions .," -
children of.. Waldo are Mr. and. MraV'Glen-Conner: vis-1 I A Student's'. Views j nBntamPia ($1,780,000). to bf ;.designated! fled copy -4 jirt tth Is 'attached ti
"' numbered in denomination of, 't.and .made ijfi.pa" 6f. tIt. '5'etjoihereIn. .
of Mrs. By- itsd Dr.. and Mrs. McRae, j Of TBHS News fe iPi' I dated. '
Thanksgiving guests Barley
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I num Perlring.Mr Jr.; In.Lake City on da.Y.i i The Journalism Class ;at .Florida Supply pst j| Development mission..:'lhlt\4'd ti th.Bdra.LUnt3i. Tete,-
Air. and ilra. L. A. Davis Friends of Mrs. Doyle Conner *. H.Rabb Mr. and Mrs. J. .JBud< Jr. began its second yearthiS '.falL [ Bradford County Road Revennlondf' ,i iI graph. *tatke, Florida nePape
enteredt] Motors 18-6 to Jliej
1 Terwjllegar j ( rl-
day. of'Otobpr. publih Pradford
re-I I tee! I to he dated tie first Jn Coul1tM
learn of the death One of the objectives'-of
turned Saturday from ten will regret to j" Riverside Hospital last 'Friday I and family of Jacksonville :and | Bantam League last Wednesday. I960. nun hred from 1 to -da, and In the Tallahasse. .mo-

in Richmond, Va. where Mrs. of her mother Mrs B. E. Bennett, for further. observation andtreatment. !; Mrs. W. E. 1fiddI ton. :and Miss !course is to present school news while Koch's hacf a field day 1,760 both Inclusive, in denomin-' ,'erat, A newspaper published' la Leon
in Maria. Sunday nigh -" i Mddleton Thanksgiving 'to the Bradford.County taxpayers attn ft tl.AOO each, and to mature.' : Madge are Toifode's 32-01 ,
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Davis National I running over ; in numerical order a. follovrN. to ncr as required *y Clupter-J
attended the U. D. C. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Dankel,j I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwardsand j guests of Mr. and :Mrs., E. L. I Ii f.root a student's point of view. North .Florld, Supply. a teamtat' wit: Florida! Statutes. .
convention. I Mrs. Julia Dankel, and Miss Mary_ the an4''family.o.. Margaret Douglas wa* chqsen I .at- \... KatA... ... Don' And Oc3red'at Tallb&S-
daughters spent Matthews :.hadn't-scored but all '
j f i : once ; see, lnn ConntyFFlortdal; ag 8th
;, and Mrs. C. ;. Haddock j Dankel of Waycross Ga. are at Horseshoe.. weeken41| Miss',rSluYAnn Smith bt, Roantoke j:to be' the-first reporterthis rear.epd. season, and hadn't won. a game, ., Dale't rltr Date I IJU day xit Nov.mheiA-D.. !1T, '
and Thursday guestsof wifl :> the cooperation of The ,Telegraph -, W,; May Walked *. .
and family are spending Thanksgiving Wednesday Order Imprinted and Photo College, Salem, 'ya. e.i erupted for.3 touchdowns against : 4SS.OAO l7t .1(1)1110' ,.- .
Mr and Mrs. N. S. Dankel has' been enlisted in mafc-, 1964 35.010 U'7* aUtO Circuit Judger i
with )r. and Mrs. C. C.' traphc Christmas Cards. now at home from, Thursday to Saturday- i iMr. the. second-place Terwillegar I US:5 tR.Of 1979 CS.OOO A true copy Teston In Kingsland., Ga. j and family. Bullinston's.: tfchj and Mrs" Bay T. Fulfc an tag gpace.' .available'. '. for this .school, .. ;'\ squs4 Emmett Akridge jran for 19(8198T S5.OII tIlO ta.0-10 Attest /:" .
Mr. and Mrs. R. V, ChapmanMr. of Dillon S. C. are Thanks-1,new department. j SS.ono 111111 70,000 Oeo: .O. Crawfor '
i family 2S and the
: j yards game's first Circuit
I Miss Lillian Stump visiting 1HR SS.OIO JlR 73.000' Clerk Court .
Hallmark Christmas Cards on I and Mrs. Robert W. Tohn- Mr. and Mrs. Jolm Griffin ..in1Ochlochnee I I giving guests of_.Mr. and Mrs. W..I j There toHws yhat Jixs4Qurn&l j, touchdowrr "" .:' the first I lllt .40.001t un T5..O00t| Leon County 'FlorMa

display now Bullington's. tfchgHallmark 8on, and Mr. .and Mrs. M. R. Fu- Thanksgiving''..1. Sowers ism department. at BHS hopes ,, ,. After Scptty Rhoden 1970 40,001 1984 80,000 : By David Ling, JrM I>. f. ,
Ga. gnarter
on { : 1971 45.000 13S5 S5.000 i I hereby rt'rt1tJ"tut I..hu tnI'
Christmas Cards on i I rUlo. are spending Thanksgivingwith I Mr. and-Mra: Steve'Ve ofJMacclenny \fflt.5>e'a. con -lbptlon 9 greater]I recovered ar Terwillepr. .fumble 1973 4.6oa UU 10.008I ,!Wed a,ropy of tme'Orel, %.l u1t

display now at Bullington's tfchr I Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Allen in Day.Burr Sr of Endicott.tf. .,and'Miss Martha Weit I Ii knowledge on,.the i part ofj racO'1tQrd'dtlzens ;' on. thelt 16-yard toe Akridge I .. 1975 59,000 1S87l9jg 95.000 i Nisi. W which was IttichedaPY
Twining ; I 0V.Gainesville 'Thanksr j as. to'wh&t. goes'on 1 .1974 so.on* ) '1(0.'00 T. .1. Live Oak. I Y. was here to. attend the f u- [ don are -BHS. threvf ag 8-yd touchdown pass to : 1975187S 5S.A09 lOIS 103.009 f 1 William D. HopkiniC state A 'l1iy
Extra Bobbin save time-Stock neral of his father Howe Twining, giving guests of, Mrs.. Gladys. Wel; f Dale/Crosby for.JJ1&:second! tally. : .t 55.00.- \". .110 OO i for the Second' itdlt-iai '\' br
Dress4lpflay $ Mil- of J
the tae State Florida and
$ 1 aggregating sum of One" 'n
D 'p with Sinter Bobbin at Denmark don. Tfc*,PS 4. T try.stto4|, and( 1
guTARKE. .1 Tuesday afternoon.Prof. ) :nrciiup.t ,IW\I'C4.111 ht l Jtton Se.ven Huqdred ,Thousand Dpi-. t e nXSate Attorney 'for .tlelthl
Furniture. Co. MMr. and.. YnI./R. II, Lee. and. : rnrtlme *ny wvCt} ,t f9? ? I North Florida led 12-0 *t half- Ilbs ($1.700.000), and bearinr in-1 I Jndlclar; droaiinfi, the?1II a
FLr.' and 'Airs. Robert Duke of children of Lakeland l are. spending -: Sewinf &faebbe' 'M DeirkFurntur.'M Beta! Club, Is a type of 'student i';time. The North .Florida crew -':t, parable: peml-annuallr os Florida by mall '\I this ,18th. dar.iNovember .5C
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\ > *mClyde. self-improvement. it was originally I rte first day ot April and on 'thf* A. D, 190.
Jacksonville were last Friday the long weekend with her:. ; : I came back in the t third quarter first day of October of each year'at Ford 14 Thompson ..,
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Terwillega spent t e flrsj created 'to' encourage students' I fyi, corejgata;; } prj the same ,pas the lowest rate obtainable when Attorney. f(r Pettdoner
SUN. MONETIZES.N6V. ., Chastaln Jr. Dowling. Sr.. of the week in St Petersburg..withMainqtheiv .. to tofcrme the young' men. and.'' "front Akridge ;to Crosby for the. same 'are sold provided that ll-U U-..",
27-28-29 r Srwh women they.are. t
Mrs. T. N. LJmbaugh of Lakeland SP4[ -Tommy Gill of Fort Ben- Mrs erwillegaK. I 16 y rds. lathe final period Jim- '

I Between Time I and Mr. and Mrs. ,. Thomas ning, Ga. is home on ten days I G'/if.j crjticajly !W 'fa: Jpunq'f.f.I This .event adds to everyday.I my' ,Moore passed 17 yards to 1
student
_ ._ u_. I Park. H sjitaL life.' It makes students I Bill. Ja kson for. the only scoreorerwlUegar's. 1crI -
And Eternity .Lamoaugn 01 Auournoaiq are leave. I feel that school not J
only
"Mr. and ;; .< Nojm n Trowel a ice < The North FkVfida
of Miss Rose Duncan ofCooa.
Thanksgiving weekend guests Margaret
Uli Palmer.and Carlos Thompson' I of Orlando are Thanksgiving in which to, study, buValso : :,
i Mrs. H. L. Brownie Beach 'Yilj} speji4 .the ,lftng- : ffcose was led 'by the
place where dress -is
guests'of.;Rev. and .Mrs. BarryVanDeventer Regarded' .
:
ONE FOOT iVarrenwh11e.To11ni2y1
of
: Order Photo- weekend with, her parents, Mr. f blockipg Jolpmy
Imprinted and : *. matter of *
, ;' i : -<" ; importanfe;; D'ale I
! IN :HELL ftaphe. Christmas Cards now atJulIncon's. I: and. Mr.Mrs.and' K./, G.Mrs.; Duncan.Charles i. Scott "r4udMI4-; I'inii1 have Through this progrgdthe; Beta .tTndenvood, led crosby the"arid/defense.Steve

r Alan Lad and : tfcht ri. their Club Is endeavoring tcV show the
POTJ Murray an of Decatur Ga. 'were yiiitlng as. TJanksjpvbjg'giie, !( Standouts' dete i\'jlY'> for Tervillegar's -
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Chapman I importance- 'of being, well-dressed
Cfllerlfliy i family. Mr. and )Tr., Don Joicei
Dr. and O. L. Jr. werer Randy Joiner,
Mrs. ,
Haynes
I Flu- ? Color Cartoon attended the funeral of her sister fln.d ctdrn'of.4jiist ., Ir.mnd3rs. I and! to emphasize-< improvement '
Elizabeth the1 first of the .:week: TimmyJC rchaine, and George I First Quality SquKern;: Pme
Mrs. CVNeil in New Home .{or the .Thanksgiving 'H9lis} tI : S J this: makes in the general. .
WED.,' THURS. Smyrna on Thursday afternoon. attitude toward.school and man-
and" s.L .
Nov. SO-Pec-l Dr. and Mrs A; Y. Covmgton holiday from'' FSU. will be: M\S- Jr. of At1ant., N" '.t"ry-c_ r ners.1oi.,8i.1I. In the second game Greg Red-.. 'Sl'fB GRADE MARKED
es Mary Matthews, Barbara /jsp0red ;;ru.I ,481-and8Na43IQt.a
Agnes
THE MOUSE returned last Friday from four .Mr;.a airS Wi" Cf'tern, and n if j'j I f?* ; rI
weeks tour of California, Mexico, ,and Nancy, Bates, Floral!Miss' Lou1i;St.f1' r .n nk itv- We ;BradfortU"mih !h.iTe4Iaft1fiL.M ; 2hy4r& pa play. from .
THAT ROARED Slade, Nichols, 8 4n4jjas> n'," -.ylret7 1
Patsy .W1\It.e.
the Grand Canyon and other MaryKathe tag.NjwbernitL< s 'lr: 11A: ; W .11' t ; .#;J'Wh1' y .1ap4PmsE. ,. .
rine W Wainwright Brenda Lewis, 1' *. Intr eptlo4psto .
Jean Seberg" and Peter Sellers points of interest in the West. ) ;! ,k .Hewitt.. ,: Wen. ", ; : .' .. \
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-' j 4 : TREATED LWIBERr-FENCE POSTS
Jean Mundy, LindaKay Sale, n1' et-FftM f'i ,. .
A.I
HELL SQUAD While? jn California Dr. Coving- Han'ey' r-et-B1In-Miss. thnor5ytetI :sb4&4o .- 5 ? Oft A <-_, -
Glen 'Tomlinson, Bubba Lallee, 1 I.)1 : ;BU1y Pun !
ton attended the American Pub-I i Thanksgiving provethVtm<>st.students are'bon- .- .
AtL STAR CAST will.be.home'fol'ith'i I POLS;
bo .f BARLI
I I and Spanky ,McLendon. ? se ar an exty oint,-Jayicored tI
.
l\c\ convention in nm3.I M "an, will- not tblemte '"dis '
Lpf weekend. '
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:
Plo Color Cartoon I ,. -.. !c1L, qI vth"'i.ether
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i Replace # kk'. wtrtar taarhlne I ACC
yK honesty. tIt .
FRL SAT. .- belt'fritfc> tut* Slajer, Belt ,4\l.. f4r.r&n4Jt,9r. ; U1f.: n linrJn p.:vlsitdaugh- I ?. ''has'.severitp- 'a >-;1s P.A.Tk' .. :,rnq.- ',.-J.;,.,R,*! AdkIUSJ1Cbfty,1.bckiup. .-'
< n the .I"i.I"i AJI: ; RETAIL
: 'vflOIiEs4t41
'from Denmark'tipiitprCta.f th ;
Dec. 2-S : .f It tqprot InLttu4y I
viU'"d'R"! : .
.' .. .r. I lint/!?*. Rpct's.lgM. t.; fine de.' i .
Mr. Mrs.r. Frank I .
and Weaver
d"s \ 101 Ue11a'dtoitbe .
13 GHOSTSCharles :Mtter ,. ,1. .. d. *iiTj',b4 in their -
pf Will tOn were yisitrajr Mayor I i !hoet: .:to' bt': holding op- t
Herbert and M W. .T.- Jackson on Sun Felr9 Jlr g the long r ; 7 .Pe4ss IcsL.. r ,only ..ofcause. rolt Crtsann Co
Jt 4..Jtt tncehz,'.9 .. with r.tMf.;, : j ts piieral
t!!rt' e IohgWaqnapass
TUCSONJimmy day. .- I
1he
*.1 b4Mri.velbyflriffinMr ; l ', .stadent, who
!b666T _
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f9\4 ," t1L :I '
Lydon and Penny Edwards Mr. and Mrs.. M. L. Lawson dkin t bother to study""before-j to I < Utka .t4Ok
EA
': an4 tf"lIl'' ;4eeer re-. ". .' '. "' ttrcepttQn.w. 'R c ari. WI1Ua : iLiM:.:, .
;
.Mrs.
Plop. Color Cartoon and family,: and Mr. and. t.tct !r lrow Attens.;;Ga4;1.t$, .' ," ;.' -. of, fcboreturned t :lie Jail 53'Vards be&eaj .. ..._
I Henry Lawson'spent Saturday efe.-MiC.. SpVer/wai nfi ir: Thi. t i ot-fTn..wnntt; tott Url+ht1tT +. "" 0'" ,0 : '
d..1n -.- -- & n
.pwI..t? O .! 'rI4 \;: )- f .
--- t -- ,'T. -" '.-, 4lyV and Sunday with MrT and 'Mrs. a, ,hospital 't! pneumonia for ; wt.ht4nf351dntr it \ .,' .:,' : . 0._
David Lawson and relatives 'in *"' .h } 4' :).);, .. : I :1' .. ..- :' '
That's Our. Business. threeweeksV\ r. nessjan4ofdIshqpest. : t'WOO B.H :., .; t1'/. .
e i and ,
fl .t' Auburndale. .- I I ,., \_ 2 ;" .' iT" .
I I v'.p. $y.Jinjjrlnjtd( and, Photographic tt.:' ;. e.Yf fJ.fW f" &tnput_ In I .* : :(:<: t. .. .. ., 'f ,'..: .
If It's Glue We Have IU. Miss" Jackie Hobbs ''ot St. iPet-I' .Chrisbjiw Cardl' p6wat Ig f pot 'itImmedtateiye a'4' '
:
WR'' VS\T\ jersburg and Jimmy -Hobbof. !. h r9d 'defend.. ,/ :' j ., "
g L C'W' I B umnton',. A.ttctsCol. s" :'.' ';1'iU''beirtd. : : :. '
'
,
f. of F. will be :
home for the'-long '
Mrs. J Orlf 1te If i the I." .' :
I .aifdj : (Af a haye { : i'L ,
'' ? j '
Joe PetCWlsANY' j rsi stca (weekend. .Mr: and ..MnL. Wi 1Thtr,.'48'rb nksg 1ggqesti;"t' tli''irCQ8 4n!. :=, !I1 ,.nmt .JS ./ !' 62o 2 It :
t > i)1t4
{ s'
r ; Barry and daughter .fia| es-J, 'QJt : rMtaidMr. '. 'Jj J tO ttie 12'1'ow''ni .
.1 ; .
f.
.7 .
Jointhefr" 1N4co'4 1 .
NBE ville will* family, Mhe ..CH". .'\' hyiidMy ifclt .1,"i" TJ M- *- f : ". .J. t ; .rl'l"
*GLASS( i J. C. Hbbbs,on. ; : ', $4'L 'pf4b.y. '."v JSJo : ':' -.<
Thanksgiving
t pay.,f : An.i .an'f: { jB '.. '
.
J- ,
We Deflgni( M 4en tSto : t txR .Reggie and -Gray, Fl'ynrLjarp',j i.$tartean a Mr;t andcjlrs, 'R>. t ,rnriith, the 1t-who &t.L' r,0'). :. .>."' p" "-/1.,'If' I j 11 'XlIf1 .- EZ E .., .

Just Mail Ua/APatUra; (' spending, the, long "weekend with'I'CbkeVTandffwnUy; anA ,r.RCokeI' : iej &fiii lasjses';.[itof'ii Pi9! .Jif,, "Con 1 1thtt .' _'I.. ,, .. _.. t.'' 'J'( ."

l' :- Tb1eTq. itheir grandantS'r-aM; .'Mrs::\ 9f t. -*.tr.: 't "; yt hi iTsdiool'iStudenfei *" ''* -.'. "P& t;., e, -., ,- ,- .:.:.1" 'i' t. : / 'r "
r
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A3I3'NiW., 4ib P! Uainwlfle.. Flal Phone. F5t 2-4S53 I II ...S..McAte. ;'r .in';. ./a'i..' .. 6-: V randravfc-; > WthiderM iMitUnd: ;- ;$co;.. .. e i$ )... I ..f f &M {ef .# -- t

_._ f- Kirsch' Draper' "" ?' "'*t' t !t r-J.; ohn V'j 'an .MjL!Soiie -, '14ddtb; ;'t tlEi ir" i9il' >a dy ;0< la'rast' djy;:; _
: I 0. Hardware. "- "tfcht. Beaver are gp njlng lY 3raYtojJSt.4'ersburg d .q :"or:: beuse_ .cettln l,jrittx! th. flf.)1 "''* host"!<

Eugene Tanner was dischargedfrom ,I ] ..whfL' cUWJs, offered: .to.whjcb: 'tiiey .cAubi tt. . -*_ : i S No gift .$a. 8pp jpriatej for ant, ,

Treat Yourself to Army.aervice it'F? .'Mam- -and. Mri.Jcihn 'F&Bonst.dt. .lteresied. '-.it.,' .-, "_ r)0 ;'Attending': itixq, >Starke' ,w r.1 1 time.. '. for:any age? Newt before

'mouth, N. J. on Nev. '17; :He,returned Aeo5e4W I. 'n'he nf ht .i" ry4tt hd" .Ray ,.'Goldwife*. Jlarjoii :lI njng- ', have we'offered more b autif l bindings '

home Jast- Friday and at I tlng 'his; parett;i)!r!,'d'MA J tW'.1xd ni,t .tho.1rl1 b j ton. ,, -'Hatpid: Beailey, Bob ..Wil! "or superb 'siylinJ.lu thro q

BETTER FOOD .BIGGER SAVINGS present he and his wife are'staying .;w.;.4ftde1jveft; ; .,:' c it rI11 st'.Stud.itrt' ''i1&tna.'aM P ck."I. .? : ,and through enduring quality a$thtie

-with her parents, Mr.and lira. '. ..Betty :JeaV SchiOtfH_ : roldBa4Pow .,'pan .take' six,bt ctjn; ,, '001', ''The!' &-.. cqpf erenCe. 'will. 'be-.. .held .: t
I : e cn.-t- -" JSS y. : Oxford editipoi., \
Adolph Gay. <' Tyus..Linda, Gre&i, -'.,:n.on.. ,.., : (1' the. .'. "/.ouraeat1littt' .:.,. :jQ. ; .4 l rpffV r&1'. -.. ,; LetiuhelpyooKlectifineOifprdBifck < (

ATWAYNE'S Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Hayes. are ell._ and .,Jsjnce', lawJrjim ofFlorid : ;3iiev. ; .tftrkt. JfopeWi ,vt. i .'
1 spending.:the long 'weekend with -Saut! .ern:cOlleCT! are''home: i A4Efft.! : ,11i 11' "I.' : ; ; t4tft.i9f Y t I ImLort1i i l for so ectcI.rtoy4u. a : f

}Ir.. and Mrs. John Deas in Lake. for the lonweeketd. i J :Q'It.rf7& : f 1 nd11ni l1'.ti"jpati| inthefety.dieck lifetime reminder b* your dcy tipn. .

Cash SUPERETTE City. Mrs. J. F..Hogeni arid tTL Walter 3 t h ', .. ". ')_ .'m.....'. ,. t.wthraie1d. ,
Mrs. Harvln .and ..so" Rogers <>r ..,| swivflle' Vre 40 pgc cent- tl\e t rt'W mont hs Lee et" :; 4' '3W.-awird' i il STOPW4P.DSELEt'.T1'URSE4RLT : : !

and Mrs. Mack L. Williams. spent I weekend''guest *"of(jtr;; tnd' .)frs.. !kob1oL. 'IT' J ." .!.. : fts/Jt Jit"iast" we k's reg-L .... 1'- .

the weekend with .Mr.. ..1ferri WilliamS, gfi.-- "Xb11 .tn, itt ndai .. .
6. 'CeciJ and .Mrs. : u4itAX : : 4 ; 4. ;, I'
Douglas and '
Ownedand, Operated by Wayne Charles\ McQuaig in Waycross, Miss Yida."Jean' Oenlry\ef .Wes- ;.!n lif.an: lnq;' |se. 'to 'moneiiv- Jif"n' '9 erf aeUvi w. ib*. Stark\ YOUR NTlN (GOLD JFlFlEE' : ; :

) Douglas, Formerly Manager of Suwannee Store Ga. Mr. Wlliam} .is l in Waycross t eyan Co11eg;! Y q f f i tae1,1col t jJiitt J we t$ .' Aj3iiw la iof; next ." j
I
I 671 W. Madison Phone WO 4-9231 I this week on business.Mr. home 'n1esdaY..fot..th. :)001.,. "W I;'Br, dto"h.H1d1.- ".. :.." :" Ve ';*.t-&j.Pet... JSQndajfr:>ppear&Hcc'bf; .the SeUs] ,

and Mr.. I r.rttt Williams i jt.fld.,_ ', .- -'!-'- :- : t1et' r a.9.Wft.. of. IG.r '& SJ r.r P 4uz: :'a1te.: e; Bullington Stgdio & Gift hopJ

We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantity spent .the weekend in Eustis.wiui. Clam a. ('.N" k.j'?Q9 f<:4iflfcitmseJT: d Ust' yeardifMo.zabse.ncef. erl. hcU'..h..re., onsr4jaea '. \ ;

Mr. and Mrs. Gerard DiUard and at .tmD i ':' V !>; -yeason T; hf:. ; In, liehalf, of. thelrji r : -4r-- -, .. 0 ; {

MAXWELL HOUSE Mrs. ; M' : Hi: Williams.Mr. :Mr., 'an4.*'%tii,.. ArttaJr- Rigd nand : ither t .;."for bi'.tatti; lt .(y.fUI\I-, : I Iy4tttint f.'. -------A -. S.r- F' .. .. '.. e I

: and Mrs, Henry Btefanelli Mr. an4 ..Mrs., So)iy Jligdsi '.Jr" J { .I :_:. .. -. ,Wa4 nol., I IhtTd' ?rEroax- '}

CQFEEE -- 1 LB. Bag r 59c celebrated their 31st wedding< n.niversar' : or' t pu', \W ev: :f a7 .Jl tctA. ; "t.m'll'\fd. 1i W: f due to' the :

With $5.00 Food Order Sunday ty attending guests i 4 Mr;1U1d'fI1"J;-! : "eTage..I) 1f1t..''.J Qi147%. >fext;: jegulac ,'.ineetlng .It : 'GIS' 'j

the stock' djr races in Jacksonville. try. .. t1'. 'Btl'prdih'. : 1at j'rin..'CO' U' the .Garden ResJD -; ,

ABRj HOME }. H. E. Norman of tichItn. i Judge widilIrs..EfK.iPjrryaia- : ;: 1, tit eQIltwtia4"Y taw-nt. .' -' I .
>
Ga. is the weekend guest.of Mr. : are< 'i'C.I
.Tls1tlIt qi
ij '
MEAL--.5LB.Bag--29c. and Mrs." W.. B.,. Sewell... They- ,'are Miajni over .the w&ken&4ndfli "', th. .4u2ber L.' 'i di., : Op"ri.4N! I See Us Now For Your Ga$ Ue4*

spending ThanksgivingWth Mr. : r'tl :. ;' ;. .st'idMiseF.tl1r : > : -
.attend! : .
UtP
'FLAGER LONG GRAIN. ', ., L.t ltd/ :.thakk; 'i ,J\l ds,1 i l -
nyklnfcilt
and } J p.
; M Sewell. .in Jacksonville -, e ntore'ax: iied1ed. -
on Saturday; :
:' ; 'ii4. lr far..thelt many i <
RIC.E.4OOz.Bag . 29c ; ; .
Mr. aad"Mr : 1loyt ii' I 1- .__ GAS. :- f
j qr* ,. ,. '
f&Qij ;, :
.Mrs. Kate Sheppard and Mr.fliaving ai. ; '. 3:1. '_'I'" 6 '" I-&AlugUlol.' '. jflower r :mJ'| .

JIM DANDY and Mrs.. E. :;. Sheppard ',re J aid: K.kstl.k t : t .(ti ; V jtn'er:.esprfdfd'v *ni o! .kl't: ;' !. FOR i-EAT:I. 1I
: !: :lira* .S.:Joisha'ol Jj&kk : . :
.fl1b5s -
ehonitt" '
rIj2cr -
$1J9"HOOD Thanksgiving guests of-MrsTE. S.Sheppard's ;: [. M .. # -- 'It' f
25 lbs. '
pOC-FOOD Bit1ei r Mr.a..i4: ;C'' J'T. Me''" .ad- I 1ht ;,; I JNSTALL .. : r.. !
: .
r ... '
mother, Mrs.' S. J..Serman and' ot-JackJoiv lle I" ': 1 : "'j 1 1r '
mat n. ; .: .
at LaBeBe. and Mrs.,.Aroltt.htd; Miv', 'II .9tenit. ( 1 t l, l-pnpeil1j\f"JL but*;; .SET GAS ; '. I
: .
BLEACH 1-2 GAL. 29c Order. Imprinted d ta- 1f .,N..a Rosjei aBd'-fc1' )fi! :\ .; : 1' f ; o' \ : .-
.- : -- q'f ,J $t4ljce'aflt 1' i' 3L: In11kbIt i } :$i| time! '.j; FOR
4 .:. < G ., graphic Christina* .Carda noif.Ballington's. at Stark. ., .: .country clkd.can.ey..bat. :-, :always be;' grateful to rOlL 1, t'. CI RG2ET cOQIwiGaMI..A I

; r- -- < tfchgMr. Ir', ,and., ,"ff.)\\ 'i, "jiq1.j j 1 t'1jlt'IQ:' P i gbe-is: nqirjec pet-ating at' Brad. .
..
ONIONS.3Lbs.9cBANANAS and Mrs., Geojge Huggjns.endf Jtav c aa.Hian*"sgivfnft -t- : tr.1! 4 f "elt! 4. l,4f ApaI : fcrd'; 'hdspital. ,and topes 4o go; -

family are"'spending .Thankjgivteg 4lid Mrf yf oydsoni.ok:1: : JaducpTa oysters were opened nd : iw' :
I !I < _home,,to" tif1,wry- near future j I ;
\ with- Mrs. Louise* Jeffords' St. Pefersb rk i6ihy nd.fJ's.rCro-j, eate ::on'the.h'it7asweirasroasted : :; 1 .Agi I thankcfpcqrly., : s FORHOTIVATER4l j
3 Lbs. 25c and family in High P ins, I. Ds*ldns and "daughteri *. ', cfi "and' o>ster8tew* Club -Felix ." .
Sap .
i )1r: and 1e'S Nevsine *-'; rv-, :..and.W: ; II,'! pt.jt: [B l' :I .f .- 1 ,
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PA. r .' and'Mrs. Sarah McCall o(.Pala a : ane; gf:.1I a9pl* J i1t .' f : rve4.i4, hTf ._ : .1.1Ii t I oAa.4 :. J
pWEET POTATOES 6 Lbs left Wednesday for a week's 1d"mus Q1son e JfRabb' b o ..} ; pen 'cpa- The t.k ll 4lt"i'TKe!).ffta. j ;.41 < 'v' ;.
vacation -
I g .i HFiY \, aal
JU4JILIL KUrUa
,. _. -, -r-tr '' ,1 >'Circuit'r ( } ,,
___ -f. in Asherffle, ?t. ,C. and spendingthe T1aWgh"JIl With MTLte .. and it&eribUljyiler knife ;.....Pt..' H... e.'t', I .P FOR .cLQmt {

!iiii---: --- -rUGAR -- ,<, other points of Interest. They are Jt w Jif.\Y9-1di ,w i1detl'J .! ,:. .. 14'a" .OlT5)'fdi''J. : ., I -

CURED, In, Side spending Thanksgiving with"John I ;- e'at, .social., Vyent 4: ._ 'on. ,the_ Florid, Development' ." CoratnUBion, : r DR IN '; > ::: : t
Mack' Newsome at Mart, Hill. ColKlrsch r lub'!* -$ &darwiU< '. ,be J a 'Ne. *. ;to.Arcacr: 'it'1U. gtitoc. Fferldt ; -:'. :. f
,
-ro/Inlt .aYmeht' I.fitltiontr. '.. fal* -Of Florida! *tat ,
SMOKED BACON Iege f
LB33C We.'dance. :
Yfars
t .1\t. : j nt-sro d"ellt8 I When You Ue Pyrqfax .(Ciai,| Iri, Tfie je i
.Drapery, Rods. it. Stark. .1 I,, .uuLIiNIsI; Ow. i .
,
'
J IN.t r.KRI: ri"Fuiifl&U ls The 'NaraeAnd By- The Anttfliitjr. .
Hardware.. $ : ; Needs Get "
: !t :. :.";' OfilorWa v I u ::
ilB&BllSKETSTEy29CFIESH Mr. and. Mrs. Junis.Smltl, : and ; .!. The tate..Of..n rl ..ad. ThaTaaJfra. I I
MWt.! '
Uri: and H.JL. I. t o' : trofwrtr" Owner,' And '
Mr$ Bjshop'jr.: art 1 'A"1An' FASTER INEftsA'g
04' cit w 06 \Tb#' StatOt 'PIdrldiA I' ; '
,
,. spending the weekend 'in Miami end $t ':-NmremT r; '"nI I. txpert on 'wQd"gaide has 4. Pt rdfqrA'.Cqutty; FLOrtjtnt1ud1nt 4 < ;

lb. to attend the Mkm U. of P fool- .lve.a.-' d1s_Qmif'ot..' .-, ip\,., predicted,l&at. tit* :.coining winter \ 4oResldeolt. Otn'coprw 'I And The Most Dependably. PIG FEET 74C. -Or g
'Ject To Taut10n
1'x cfletor z. '" : I
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ban gam Mrs; SniitlT will remain iey m '' ,
T fiabe: : > a 'because''M srlnianimals' Theeia;!aui:t' PtiI1.D'II.Nir..rI "

in- Miami next week. (,to 'attend n : t ,, :'arft':not. putting. 'pn hesvycoitx p?y n'aUIGli..A.I thet.'IU. I I We Appw/dtf/ All Business f f
uiU". Ot'atniIgAuy-Rg V TitleQr; JItuut j
FANCY REU the Bureau of Laundry. and .Thp a4e/ayrii. z't > : Ia1d 'CO\1fttfj'"T 7a1.-1 .

4tV Cleaning" Standard, convention cut penalty. Is'April'f.iG1e1., .. .">w 'If,. 0. atiiBi fQf'' .tie .bt l'r9"f1Y:Tttr*l*,. fir 'Itttrfit I

HEIS '. G To 7 Lt- Lb49c Nov. -): IJrs.- Sitand .Mf; 3 Jy if U./ ,& Qazt1wqq. Sh'O'Jldut,'_ _, lni'oeryTo: ReJ.ttr-cte4 'hrflllch I

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The t..n1l1e By.n: 1I'kJrW. De 1 .
and Mrs. R. El Edmondzon, wfll 'ri4. &l.. ".._.14tht,'.11\ t't}un4t.'C jZ1mi.W A"l .n"fAcen". .1' .
attend th; ortbeast i District .r.. .11t'hQlA': '.ut Xe11J. i4 ?Corth" ,.' -AaiericVh. anJmalstliej 1 Qt.-'tJJ& ''Stat 'Or rtori4-Of ..ThaReienu I : if' j

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g NOVEMBER__24. 19CO JHiADfOltli COUNTY 'IfcXEtittrifil. siAKKK, F1AU1KA ".\Gl. r.r.Cli I

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r -- Bradford Leads:' 'Santa Claus' Film I Pistols Stolen it open with a screw-driver. The Recent Birth ..

Coming To Florida culprit also set off a burglar

> ::1fi North Fla. In : From Station ; alarm as he entered the office Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Manning

I I I "Santa Claus," the Beautiful door, which was not locked. Starke: announce the birth of a
son, Randy Lee on Nov. 15! at
"r'
; DeathsBradford new
:; : : Traffic Colorscope production that Reddish said that he
nWi The theft of two pistols and a suspects Doctor's Hospital.
won the Golden Gate award for quantity of shells from Milo from his investigation that the

4 led in the Northcentral the best international fanuly'film Smith's Service Station in Law- -,"
thief knew his around the C-4" -- '
of the year, will be 'shown at the' ley is the way .-' -- -, p ; _Al'if'!' ._,,,,..,,< t
counties with en unwanted being investigated by
Florida
station and knew the
I Gladys Mooty Florida Theatre Thursday and location of
first Bradford Sheriffs De-
distinction during the County
.. six months of I960 Eight traffic Friday Dec. 1-2. partment, Deputy Dolph Reddish the pistols. He suspects someone

Mrs.. Louis Mann I accidents here snuffed out the I For the first time on film the said Monday. from the Lawtey area, Reddish Florida I II
i
producers-- f'Santa Claus" haveeombtned '
Honored At Shower lives of 14 persons. the ancient legend with The pistols, one a .45 and the said. .
During one four week'period other a .32 caliber, were stolen I
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the ,true spirit of Christmas andhave.
Louis recent in May and June, il lives were from a desk drawer in thebusi-
Mrs. Mann, a
bridal w4 lost All except one occurred on not' forgotten the religiousand ness office of the station. The I. Cash paid for gooff clean, cotton '
bride, was honored at a M. spiritual meaning of the day. 'Theatre
at< : : busy 'U. S. 301, prompting the two stolen pistols were valued
shower.last Thursday evening Christmas 'customs of children around I rags. No Khaki or wool
at ?55 two in in
Florida others boxes
Highway Patrol to senda I ;
Mrs. H. Lawson.
A.
the home of 1 I ;.. the world are'shown in this I
Hostesses were Mrs..Lawson, Mrs. ; "wolf pack" into the area. Increasing production. the same ,desi were not .disturbed Brine to Bradford County Tel!-
super (
R. O. Dansby, Mrs. M. L. Lawson ,"' ..;.i, S'"t) '.. ,' the number of patrol The'scene opens in Santa's f,. I I :rape.I .

t.. Mrs. Ed Lawson Mrs. Leola cars from two.to five. .' palace, which, in accord with the The thief e ered tne station I SAT., NOV. 26

Roberts!, Mrs. F. J. Pellum, and I i Anne Elder I A majority of the fatal wrecks times; possesses all the most modern through a sider door by prizing Triple Feature Program1st.

Mrs. David Lawson. II I Takes Vows With happened near Lawtey, on the equipment to maintain a con- -. Feature
Pink and white gladioli in at- stretch of road under construe*
stant watch, night and day on chil-
I I Hampey Winningham tion. The consensus of law enforcement -
tractive arrangements were plac .dren's conduct all over the world.Thereisialso" This I
ed at vantage points in the party i I, officers however, was'that anten a'which "
A simple but impressive ceremony an
rooms for the occasion. The re I traffic'violations were pri- 'registers'children's f RLEY
I dreams, en-
united in marriage Angelia
=is' freshment- .ble in the dining marily responsible for the deaths. .
II abling Santa to know 'what it is Week's
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room was covered with a white Elder:! daughter of Mrs. M. D. In contrast to Bradford's high :. OFTPIE
I i Elder and the late Mr. Elder, to that, they wish for a present on
cutwork linen cloth and centered I Union County had the lowest
: and Mrs. H. E. Winningham of Christmas night, and also the ff1EDYoaoCwvsiwkScovE
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with an arrangement of pink : number of accidentswith only
.k j Summerville, S. C. wedding largest and''inost marvelous toy i
IY The 1According" VARTUNG PRIMER AND
3. j gladioli and white pompoms.'!I 20 mishaps and one I I factory to fulfill these wishes. ,

... Flanking 'the arrangement were even-ing:: to other: figures inj I I t4'/; ._.----
crystal holders with burning pink i a six month report from the Department ,1'r "ao-
( of the bride's mother with I Blanding Wins OUTSIDE WHITE
home
Johnson-Hersey tapers. Mrs.' Ed Lawson presidedat I I of Public: Safety, Levy ,
Rev. H. H, Mott of the Kingsley Y
\ ddlngSet; the punch bowl at one end of I'' County ranked next in _the num- .Volleyball Crown
Lake Baptist Church performingthe 4
the table, Cake_ nuts and_ mints, ber of traffic deaths' with nine,
n n n I -- n n
1't1fr. and Mrs. Shirley Johnson were served.Approximately. I double ring ceremony. and Alachua was third with eight.As Camp Branding wrapped up the TUNG-OIL ,BASE

of';La.wtey announce the engagement 26 guests called The nuptials were performed in in Bradford County, mostof .Volleyball League championshipby
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and approaching marriage during the appointed_ hours, 7:30 I,.the living room under'an arch of the fatalities occurred In rural dov&ihjr the Presbyterian UnconditionallyGuaranteed $ 95 2nd. Feature
intertwined with small
otj.their, daughter Ruby Lee, to to 9 o'clock. greenery areas. The rural-urban, ratio.i .. -
nosegays of white and pale pink ,,teamjl5-ll, and 15-13. Nmegel'sAutoSales'took
Doley 'Hersey, son of Mr. 'and accidents in which deaths resulted -
second
tan of over place
chrysanthemums. A basket
Mrs"..Clyde Hersey of Keystone Garden Exec Board "was 7-1 In Alachua County, :opining
white Chrysanthemums in a sun- .. by from behind to win
Heights. 5-0 in Levy and 1-0 in Union. j i i 'the : GALLON
To Meet FridayThe i turst arrangement formed the over Jaycees 12-15, 15-11,
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Tlties marriage will take placeat"7 background.Miss x Of 1,046 accident:! listed'in the |I I I'and 15-9' in the last games of I

,-p. nv on Saturday;. Dec* 3, executive board of the., Charlene Hardy was the 'state summary for this' area,'the .easbn.

at the home .of the bride's par Starke Garden' Club will. meet bride's only attendant and Bill Alachua County had 754.'Bradford I Final Standings
THURS. THRU SAT. NOV. 26TH
ents. 104, Levy 139, Gilchrist 29. and f ,
Won
Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at Helsabeck served as best man. Lost r 4
Union County's Jow of 20.. :
All friends and relatives. are the home of Mrs. 1L F. Hazen. The bride was lovely in a baby Camp Blending 5 1 ',
invited. nr. "; The' I Noegel's! Auto 4 2 -
; regular monthly meetingof blue silk organza over taffeta ROCK rk"1
; the club will be held Monday'street length dress, complimentedwith Negress Stabbed Jaycees 3 3 DOWN
MONEY
; tt NO '
Mrs. Gilhoolyt night at 7:30 o'clock at the home iridescent'sequins"at the Presbyterian T = ." : '0. 6 #

Given Stork Shower of Mrs" W. H.. Nollman. 502 N. neckline. She wore" matching accessories In Lawtey Fight he tom',

Cherry street Co-hostesses: will and .orchid corsage. 1 MAYOR'S COURTJust V

Mrs. Michael GUhooly'*wis-ho'ti-f i""'" v;l be. Mrs. Paul Raymond. and Mrs. After the ceremony, 'a small reception The condition of Dorothy 'Per .* Repair br -

Maxie. Carter Sr. was held. The bride's six, case came before :May.
ored! at a lovely stork shower last kins, 30-year-old Lawtey Negress,
During! the program Mrs. Hen- table In the dining room was attractive or W. T. (BillyJackson'in) Mayors -
Thursday evening in St. Edward'sHall Lunsford has improved from "critical" to"good" Court Add Rooms --- Carport ---
ly District' Director, of with a lace cloth over Monday in'a relatively $
since she stabbed last
was
given tKoboleSHal-r .
by i
] Gainesville: will be guest speaker. pink linen. In the center of the quiet session. ?.
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ier, Mrs. Richard- 3tehar8s, 'Mrs. Friday in a friend's home in an
alSo be demonstration table beautiful Oscar David 'Harris in-
Lester Humphreys and Mrs. P:1ul'I There; will a was a three-tiered argument over a card game. public Bath Room 1 / + 1
on dried' arrangements. wedding cake topped with a'miniature toxication forfeited bond of /
Meng.. Ella Mae Brown, another Law-
Members are asked to bringdried bride and'groom: Balancing $27.50.
Ari attractive. pink and blue tey Negress, also 30. has been Bessie .gfg INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES .
arrangement materials. the arrangement were crystal Hampton, Negro, vagrancy li
color motif was achieved in the candelabra with burning white charged with 'aggravated. assaultin five days in jail. )

floral decorations. The refresh- tapers. crystal punch bowl ,was the cutting of the Perkins Dan Harol4 Prescott, ,reckless
Starling Parley
men( table was overlaid with a placed at one end of the table woman. Dr. H. H. Adams said the driving and causIng' an accident, Time To ReroofSTARKE

white' linen cloth and' t centered: i Marriage Told 'Mrs. Denver Devrick cut the \ictim was in critical condition $28.50 or five daysentence' ;;
from loss of blood when she arrived .
with a pink floral centerpiece.Mrs. i, bride's cake. and pouring ,punch suspended and put on GO day pro- .,
.. Richards prepd<< d at the Mr. and Mrs. E.: W. Glisson of and coffee were:Mrs. 'Grady at the Bradford County bation. .

silver coffee service at or&uerid of I Starke announce the marriage Bishop Mrs. Leslie,Bradley. Mrs1. Hospital last Friday morning Leo Carter Negro, disorderly BUILDERS SUPPLIES rs

the table. Silver. ,trays and Vom- of their daughter Ruth. Starling, E. O. Elder and ':Mrs: .Bill'Helsabeck. early. conduct, forfeited bond of $38.5O'j i ROBERT MJOOlCTOa I

pops held pink decorated 'cake ..to Ralph Darley of Lawtey. AlsO serving the.guests were The. ]Brown woman' was arrested J. C. Walker..Negro disorderly WIllIAM CAMPBELL

squares, nut: 'y%& -pink' ,divinity The wedding took place on Fri Misses Carolyn'and Sylvia Norton. at noon Saturday,at the Trail conduct, forfeited bond of" Phone WO 4.4201 Starke, Fla. NEVILLE BRAND f .
candy.. $ ,*M day;:. Nov 18, at '8 P. ni. In the I Motel South-of,Lawtey where she '$37.50.' MkBwtBomtt\
'"* After spending-.some time with -- 0>a+ID WEISPIIf t tIt
dish stated. 'She is now in theBradford1 _1 W BUCNiI! I
.. evening'and i-ttttt;'*awarded "I Savannah, Ga. where the, groomis Ii i
AlB PARK BAPTIST, CHURCH County Jail under. $EQG
"- .Jtf <> 3rd. FeatureAMAZON
.. with-the Fire "
; t. to.the winn employed City_
Sunday.shoo ft-45 a. .m.; MornIng bond! :
; EIgltteen lf attended.this Worship u.'a.' m. Training\Department. Wounds were Inflicted about 1

'- delightful" 'j',' (' .,> I Union 6:45 p. m. the head, face and meek 'of the I IWELLl'M QUEST 1 t
,. '\ ll < .l Dove Season Opens I
,.i... ... .. .' Perkins woman with an eight inch J
For Second HalfThe ,butcher knife obtained from the Cartoon
; : Sloppy
Jalopy
: kitdien of the'friend'i. home; .'in WHERE Y'KMOW e ? GO"'" NEXT f
:
IJiKE BUTLER BOTTLED GAS second half of Florida's which the two women were play; ARE YOUJEAEIN' WHERE THE NEW DOOR FOR THE BEST ,

migratory dove hunting season ing cards. The main cut was on F FOR CANDY STORE IS 1 EH6AXTER GROCERIES AND STRIGHT SUN.. & MON.

I ... the said. ? ON MAIN STREET?; 1 HERE IN I '
forehead. Reddish ; ,
> ;- -- opens at 12 noon Thursday, .Nov.J ; e! Nov. 27 &.28,

I for? Cooking and_Heating 24, according to. A.' D. Aldrich, } : GityrishGMeat I : I

".... 6:50: Per 100 IB. Cylinder director: Game and 'Fresh Water! Howe Twining,.85, MarketLB. JOSEPH E.LEVIN( ,
I Fish Commission. Hunting will
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,; be allowed until sunset. Passes Saturday v GiNA, \

r ,The second half will be open
---- Heater Special ---- Howe Twining, 85, of Starke. LOliOBRJCrDA I
.. state-wide, in all 67 counties .
died In a local convalescent home
..' .. with hunting allowed"each after- Pierre
noon through Jan. 9. last Saturday after an extended BRASSEU8
Heater 29.50
25,000 Em;;Space : illness.
Daily bag limit on doves has
.. Mr. Twining was born in HarceltoNAKN
'I 39.50 been set at 12. with a total pos- !
I 40,000. BTU Space Heater Broome County New' York, on ,
.. ... : session limit of 24.. ... -.. Melina
April 19, 1875 and was a retired "
'. Phone HY 6-4351 : ;. ;Lake Butler All dove hunters must! possess '
salesman. He was a member of KERCOUgly : f,
the license avail
hunting
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proper '
the Madison Street Weekend Beef Sale! -
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'.. .. able Shotguns from must any County be plugged Judge.to I Church. Baptist esMQNTAND D

three-shell capacity, magazineand Surviving are two sons, BurrE. "r
Twining of Endicott, N. Y., IHERETHE .
E
chamber combined, and rifles ,,
and Albert P:' of -John-: ..
MO'NE'Y\ are migratory always prohibited birds. for taking -j son City, N. Y.Twining ROUND STEAK c Hoi WIND "

I {I' Funeral services_ were held at BLOWS!

2 p. m. Tuesday in Jones Me-
.. .. l Girl Scouts Hold IIoo< with
morial Chapel Rev J. H. I--BONESTEAK
W H E N. .,.- I DASSINCartoon
: '. ;::;:; : : Annual Investiture Mabry officiating. Burial was .
An VGU Ruse
.' .'" -r' 4 ."' 1 I Ii in Crosby Lake Cemetery with

; .' ''I The Girl Scouts and Brownieswill DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homein
YOU I t'f Surf and Sound
SIRLOIN STEAKCHUCKSTEAK :
: : '.. ". hold their annual Investi- charge. .

: } ', I : : ture ceremony Wednesday evening -
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.,.. Seniors To Present ,_ TUES. & WED.
NEE"I" --0
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Nov. 29 & 30t'i'MALLRIGHT"
'!1 : Following the ceremony, refresh- Class Play Dec. 9 .

.. ... .. '. ments will be served by the

.f',c'.r'a.,. '.. ... .,.. ;. IT ... mothers. "Cheaper By The Dozen," theSenior e'C .f041swDy .

.. I During the ceremony an, additional Class play will be presented -

senior. Girl Scout troop Friday night. D C. 9, In the .. PETER'
l BHS auditorium. A three-act SfllSS Inwa
will be launched. Approximately

LOANS TO i I['40 girls will 'take part in the comedy, the play tells of' familylife CHUCK ROAST LB. } *

; $600 ceremony and program. in the 1920's and 1 is being wffiB! ;
i E i I Mrs. Pat Cauffman. Scout directed by Mrs. Audrey Berger .

For Any j}!orihyrhile Purpose I.leader,' has as her assistantsMrs.Gerald' BHS speech instructor: .laX au gm: IaBI4'Pi1tLlr1/I

k.E5 : Ewing and. :.Mis? Anne Included in the cast are Annette: ARMOURS STAR 12 to 14 LBS. FRESH

Matthews. Mrs. J. D. Warren Thomas Anita Alvarez, David Cartoon: Donalds Nephews

!. _" ,...". ', .: "J'o.'t'<> "Brownie leader, has. Mrs.! T. G. Waite Russell Raulerson, Betty LB. I
'". TURKEYS PICNICS LB.3Sc
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< 00. \ UNPAID BILLS Ritch' as assistant leader. Smith Salmon, Sandra Marion Craven Cottle, Linda Tombo Cox THURS. & FRI.
'
I t : MEDICAL JJXPENSES Class John Miller, Richard Dugger, An- Dec. .1 & 2

.. 'REDUCE CAR PAYMENTS Baptist ne Matthews, Mary Dugrger, Eddie FRESH OR SMOKEDFRESH FLA.

I v ; ;. CASH'PURCHASES. '_ Holds Supper Brown and Jimmy Malone.Jo sI
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I a *-* ETC, Smith is chairman of the HAMS LB. 49c FRYERS LB.a 2Sc

'. The LLL (Live, Love and Lift) costume committee, and Sandra

\ / -,' x h u& \ Sunday School class of the First' Whitehead is In charge of publicity. -
Baptist Church held a turkey supper '


I I Prompt,5erviceWiMT ,members recreation party and room Tuesday husbands of the night at church.the for'. Guards To' Get j 2 LOAVES BREAD FOR .] 1 c


P.robleP1 The Thanksgiving theme was Salary Hike
'1' ( $ I ILr'l" carried out in the decorationsfor '-

if---' I the room and a handsome Fall A monthly minimum starting I f

arrangement centered the buffet salary for State Prison guards I

'. _\STO .JNT OR CALL table. has been asked by Prisons Director o a I

".. After the dinner the members H. Q. Cochran. Jr,
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: { WE STOCK t I
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COMPUTE
.' *"< 1- I singing Cabinet Budget Commission.# LIKE OF GROCERIES

: Cochran said the higher pay is I I

'\IGWITINANCE Co1 i Beta Sigma PhiThe necesSary If the prisons are to re- I
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cruit hold
and good guards. ? _.i'
Beta Sigma Phi sororitywill
I Guards now draw monthly pay
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CALL ST. meet Monday night at 8' checks averaging $250 to" $267.50. -C.4--: If

144 W. o'clock at the home of Mrs. ,Robert Under the proposed new plan PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT

I Ph R'0 4.909 Starke FJa. Barksdale with Mrs Norman salary step-ups would be provided OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Cartoon: Touche Pussy Cat

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Editorial: !table must be pretty high 'for just Thursday] JVqv. j1, rt'o ; Friday J illness.,
: Diary .a couple_of pumps:and tip came _a*.p a For Mrs. Colley Hospital after an extended
statewide alert called I II j 1
|the water. : -s ". -*: by the Adjutant A more complete obituary will

By Sam MeCarec-v t ". .- : J j General "to" test the mo-I'I Funeral services for Mrs. Laura be carried in nextweek's. pa r'l j
How wo like' 'bilizational readiness of the National '
you our four- '
ber of that size in this new \Vhieht'ad'Colley. 82, will be held f':--:
Keystone Faces Zoning; county. }]lane l highway! It wonderful and. Guard throughout the 1!at 2 p. m. Friday in Jones Me- :r T1jLlGtrr'PtnNT for .we

Cool weather on the ve are trying to .forget that it state i i mortal Chapel with' Rev:HO.. say you write.Come In and *
1 way and
The town ,of Keystone Heights finds itself in the same i, butchering time..That thought isenough 1 j took longer to build! than the' in By the 8:45:- p. m, 57 of the 67 men I j I:i Boy.tte officiating. Burial will be' ect your fa\'orfte-CSTERbROOK
Burma Road and, for a time it company had reported for in tbuntiUn lea. .fkSLEGRPB.
Sapp ;
Cemetery. i i1111'S
uncomfortable that Starke to make a lot of
position occupied several years farm- d uty. <-
looked it EquiJmentvas issued and 't i
Jike was going to take as j j .
I raised ,people hungry Colley died early WednesI -: _
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ago; Undergoing growing pains and confronted with demands think as they long' as the great Wall of China. 'trucks were loaded for departure, -- -' ..:a.
of haslet and sausage '. .
and l .
had such ;;
I : action been .
for l needed facilities necessary."This }
location of new it is without other treats. ,
I However, we are most pleasedwith : enthusiastic response is indicative I IT PAYS TO WILLIAMSJEWELRY
'a. valid ordinance unable I
zoning legally to zone or rezone our new "hard\road leading of the high morale in the .: Trade with

.. ,the tight area that was set forth in the town's origi- After a lapse of five years mare Pecan, Alice trees picked out some in new greenery t up to our home. In using that adjective -, \Camp Blanding unit," according I' SLADE 1
nal charter for business I I jonquils, we are not ,describing the ,to Lt. Joan W Dickert public :
this :
purposes. 4 back again growing berries although week, and we saw some "azaleas surface information
officer.
'I ; we just mean it was hard i "r-
Starke was .in much the same situation when a largeconcern much in bloom in Starke. And I |
on a smaller; scale.| r at to get. A few openings for qualified Bottled Gas I
; sought to obtain building locate We 200 j the sometime the Cassia is beau-I'I men are still ] WATCHES DIAMONDSREPAIRS
from
a permit to a got plants Lloyd I|I itiful and the bright poinsettia is'1: available in the :> (In City) V
business in a residential and church area. Confronted with Griffis this week set them ou 5 ', coming out for the holiday' National! Guard company. Veterans and young i K
season, .
"a crisis-, and'without a zoning ordinance to protect itself, and watered them good and the). men facing a military obligation I $6.50 AD Work Guaranteed'A.
should call CWO Albert
Starke's City Council was forced to adopt a stop-gap ordi- following day they looked as if Sam busy working on water; Alert Called : Co. B, 748th Ord. Bn., Foster Camp' C. Wflllama ,
najieelo} hold the "status quo" until such time as. statu- they hadn't been moved. We :i pumps again, both pitcher and j, 1 Blanding for luther details. '!: I 142 W. Call St

tory, mechanism could be set up for a zoning code. j'!planted them. where they can breached e the lflotor..drt'en'ariety. He set j' Company B of the 748th Ord- The company's next drill will No Gas Cost Less ; I Starke Fla.
.ith.a garden hose, up a ,
Although they should know\ better it seems that most I*e11 be able to give them all th so pitcher pump lor Alice fore |t nanCi Battalion, Camp naMing, be held Monday night, Dec. 5. I| Than, "Slade Gas" ;.

town' neglect this vital matter of zoning until forced to I water- they need. | i i === ________ -.t:...
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take : < -
'action. by some impending i crisis.! Several residents j j f' V V
appealed. to the- Keystone Council last week to start the Did you ever see a strawberry:1 NORTH -

ball rolling in the direction of a zoning code and a pro- : bush? The flower is not verypretty .

grim" "of"' '-comprehensive city planning. Already the town but in the fall the seedpods ci HAS

has outgrown"'the few blocks set aside for business pur- resembles a strawberry and

\, poses.1n'th'e.'otiginat'charter.' Previous councils have passed the seeds are orange I. colored: | FLORIDA ARRIVED

ordmalices permitting'some 'commercial construction in the .
Using the tractor we got In enough -i
residential areas bat it is the that .
consenus now these logs and stumps to provide .
ordinances 'are i invalid since the council had no authority :, us with plenty] of wood for a long SUPPLY IN ..
either to zone or'rezone*. 'cold] minter And we gathered a

,'A, 6ning *oefc' cannot be set up o'-ernight-certainl ;I'pile fatwood and are now aUset 'STARKEBUY .. .
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not in'time 'to help with the present problems of a post I for pur fireplace.. I II I

office site in Keystone Heights. But it i w something that 1S I -.
will have to and the the Ever notice how ,whenever two] ,
come sooner groundwork is laid, t.
the better off the town and its inhabitants will be. men get together on a frosty.I i NOW -- MAKE YOUR FIRST P A T
M' have morning"wanning"it is not long. fire before started.the y i)' YMEN MARCH 1. 1961 SEE US FIRSTl!

: ? Up north, you just stand around I i j[ 'It's
Bribery To .
Simplest
P1181l 8' Cook On! ,
'I and shiver, but here one of the:!, \.- ,- 1. .'
Our contemporary The men will scratch up a few pieces I i It's Easiest To Clean! Westinghouse Holiday Combination Special :
High Springs Herald, objects Of "lighter" wood and in a minute ; .. ,I ..
top ternV payola" being used to cover the 'action of j the :has a fire going. I i -_-. '' :-

Stare'Jdad Department engineers who accepted money "on : I I rEST r it WESTINGHOUSE FREEZER Km REFRIGERATOR:[

the s l ? ro.m Toad building t 'contractors. ', I Found some "deer's tongue", CO'l.. ,,

The )Jleai-Kl'3'p0lnt'1is'\xtll! ( t taken, we think, as expressed j I>: owing] on our place last week.:I 't 1 .I.,-:1:.......,..'.., .(.JII=(.... t..m -- .. .. z-
30-INCH : i.
...
in the flowing editorial; I I We've heard that it can be cured ..._-:" :-' .t. .. ,:
: \ ... ,
We H take i J and smoked like tobacco, and ...... ,,-" .... > -
exce hon to tKis use of the glib term "pay f ,I IIa'e're y ..- : .:......
oa! ," jpolfied to' covfcr'Weaction of disc jockeys who played I I! keeping it in mind in case' ELECTRIC 1''J_ F i t
the
cost of
(tr ahf6r cash to cigarettes goes much I i ,,, :
describe the acceptance of money by public' higher, 4 i1
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1. ; :
Servants who were hired .to protect the taxpayers' intests' I f RANGE] .: ; ; , i V.-
'and safe fUndsJ '
: And speaking of tobacco, the -\i. :
,nte'ferigineers: who' have been fired have < "
admitted takinfr'weekly growers are busy now preparing": .
i ''payments' fi-om contractors, and, by our defini- ,: :seedbeds; for next season's crop. ,' with electric clock _.. ,. ,j .0'J; .

tICfu.'ffi'l''Ol1'ect'? word 'is."brlbery. They are making up the beds:! now,! .. 'iAfi t +'y'
'' ; }'Uefihitldn' ;Ii bribe is' ""a price, reward, gift or favor I'and they'll fumigate and fertilize, ..I,, ,. ''q,'..1t.,,.... ,, ...... -.-.. -. .- ",.'.".'..
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heti f 6e: i or promised with a view to pervert the judgcofra'pt !I''and plant seed.around. : Christmas: m'. --i.._ '' '' <: l t: .- t V rk :*-'
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t m p't"br: ,' 1 1 t''the"conduct,, 1 of a person in a ,position of j In answer to several requests,I: j '<" "'" :;: ":,' JWi '.;,,'

"ftt seems that it is about II we checked with the peanut plant'I' timer that{lets you : }' 4 .. __ ay ... ,,, ......
Jo us. time to start calling a over at High Springs to see whether ,-.- .' : %:...*' ;.. :
spade n.spa e. I peanut hulls '
are available for oven-cook ,':;
..}&bJic'r'ants who accept such payments are guilty of mulch or littrr. Plant manager ;. :>Yzk
briberp.a! crime: pilrfishable by imprisonment. i there said: they are not, as the automatically :

M..ney* paid to' ''the' SID engineers by the contractors 3 hulls! are ground and used in" the

carw&itof\) YOUR''AX S, directly or indirectly. II preparation of feedstuffs and .
.
j fertiliier.i .lt\. vt
ri1k1)) wonder that'our road building costs are so high, I i I Yours for $O50 a week A.wL.wnrwvM+NL"rxi' '..
if ttohWctors have1 : 7::
: off :
to-j'ipay a number of SRD engineers See 'where by the latest count t !
; and again, no wonder some Of our roads hold up'for j there Are a total of 472 farms in !i' aia AV 'vw. -

sUch a short length of time. ))3radforc 1 v. County It sounds, 1m-j i '"nMunrngimfaee: ttnfts give an mfinJtesfi66o otevmts. .
All this, and undoubtedly lots more that f hasn't cOp1e jrf.vr! /but the fact is that 1 j) V. : .tit-off d6or Spread-Even oven heaters.Lift- :,,:, y
a
very: time they take Out surface units*, no-drip platform edge.. all!] maka '
out yet-and it is sugar-coated with'"jthe! lightly bantered a census they: .
!
term ,"payola"'l'riith I lower' the requirements for"farm" a l fean-up a breeze! 9 CU.J REFRIGERATOR 9 CO. FT. FREEZER
and now it is place'
a
is
the i
we taxpayers the
are suckers. We
furnishing the "payola.1 '. '. ... are' which produces only $50 annually.I I 13 CU. FT. 50 LIt FREEZER SECTION 320 LR
CAPACln-
.. Trouble][ is, they take those figures MULTI-POSITION
SHELVES
., 2 DOOR 90 DEGREE DOOR
and then go on to prove that REFRIGERATOR OPENING
I' Dig That Canal Man there: are still a lot of little farmers ': .

!. 4 ft ** t [ whereas the contrary is .
<< true.. ; $199.00 EACH OR BOTH FOR ONLY $ O$33OO .
For the first' time since the days of Franklin D. Roose .. j YOURS r:: : '

I nIl' the political and Economic climate is 'right for revivalj l I .. At a recent meeting of bankers i irr .
I. |he. cross Florida barge':canal kpd other links in /a proposed it was stated that a farm coda ; FOR -

moTe, ofmqua.waterway): system' for'' the state.. Never was, its need' t must and there'consist are of only at,' least a small 300 acres num-a''!i,: ONLY t : :F WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC WASHER SPECIAL \

.
fIn
President-elect Kennedy Goverpor-elect ..
Bryant, and --

the men who wUl.head up the 1961 Florida Legislature, the I WHILE M WAIT $3.00 m ,. .,...a. uw.'J b. ''ti. .. ....:,
waterways already have -.
eager supporters. ,_ # .irr t brigrlr t q(, '
Waterway development ""is a major point in the Kennedy i :i 'w OR WEEK y 1 WES HGH8USI'4.mu,1iUr1 R MAT'
to : ... E
program "get America moi-jng again. And duringvhiscampaign .w Se
One : r;
appearances in Florida, the Pre8identelect'pledg :1 Day Servicesg ; WITH .. &. AUTOMATA WASHER *
ed'his'' support to the 200 ipillion dollar project. SELL BKONSOX! SHOES 7.-- t 'r" e '1 e Automatic lint Elector $2.50 4 ".'
A big push will be : Y Suds *n Saver :' -
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made in the next Congress to get TRADE'J r'.11 iirr7r several million I COURT '' look?. tpad (
dollars to'complete engineering studies and .. J.
L 101-Lb.
Separate Food Freezer ,
actually\ start construction SHOE REPAIR < I I

'*The proposed 195-mile canal l would bisect the peninsula 126 North Court sl.{ .*-iFull. '_. Width, ,"Vegetable_ Crispers ": i y ; 'tr W1rt1P1B gliouse aa Qi l, -:
just north of its mid-sectioii ahd provide shortened 7 ,;> ?, ; imblfe* and plange* yur .lotket> Agaia ui aaa n.j ..
a Starke
I bargeroute Florida r i I ry rt d+ep ria.r.follow. Aad you rinply turn t trngtej
between the Gulf coast Mississippi, Valley areas, j jI E. :\. Hall Owner & Mgr. I HOLIDAY = s, ; dill for nut r #l wishing at alt Ubno. ;
I aha the upper cbast. I '. I TV SPECIAL. i
', ; MATCHING WCSTIN6HOUSS s
;When first promoted as a sea level canal for ocean goirfg s .4-TEMj 6AIUREDRYEIt ,
_
vessels, the project ran into strong opposition from the

railroads! residents of South Florida, and certain geologists -- -- -_____--_-- }; ,a' 11r P11ow lylt.m drill tafialM
who ,feared, the salt water- wedge across state would damage w + duff clothes faster cooler, :. ;'' ::
supples of fresh water. S>uch fears are now generally ,, Yo1ai LriN man conomieallyl Model BU4F

regarded 'as groundless, and when the canal was redesigned Lon I 1 FOR AItTYaR R ATX t3..FOa VAUJi..TWI fJ $WINa IS TO WESTINGHOUSE

' : as 12-foot barge canal), most geologists became boostersmstead -= .
of
opponents : J
,
As might be expected, there may still ,be ,, 'f

front.some sources, but to' offset this are two new factors .. '
', which have been injected into :the picture and make strong II { /- !REEll

additional.' hrguments in its favor J "
The'canal is now being advanced as a needed flood conj j /t A

trol'project as well as a watehvay.. At a recent U. S. en -

gineering hearing, proponents said that the canal could -. LuxurystyledWESTIriCHCUSE j _
drain excess =- EUCTRIOwhen '
... floodwaters front the Hil'sborouph' Oklawaha i -=
Withlacoochee, and Pearce' \"ers that have'gh, n 'sQ'much =' you buy ; tamales. ,

trouble} in' late .years ih Central "Florida. J _. 4 WESTINGHOUSE' ELECTRIC DRYESI.

Most important! of all, the current Communist threat in '"You'elucq. you'IH be able to

Cuba has added emphasis to the original] argument for the cover the Occident with t ,
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canal as a defense project which would divert barge, traffic LOCAL q loan Ironi I See us for Holiday Low Low Prices on Westinghouse 'Stero- ._ "Th
FINANCE CO. |
from;an area of potential danger. i
'
;Now that the White House philosophy will. soon be .%In emergency U S mt'thiDghit'b Most' Beautiful l .Furniture You Ever Heard" :/ .
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changed from the "no new starts". of the i; may arise today or tomorrow. .
Eisenhower
ministration to one of development IOur i[: <<= purpose It ttf protide lurev : See Us Before You Make I
of needed national cost, quirk loans to carry jou Your Holiday Purchases! &
sources; chances '
look good for ultimate realization of this| through: these critical
period {
'T'
vital.t r,pjjpject.J and Our] service reliable.te Phone friendly us today.personal>; ', Have Many More Bargains To Choose 'om-:Buy .! :


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; 1894tt ... .. neighbors and thoughtful friendsour
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thanks their
heartfelt for
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expressing our drop
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',"f > : L.i was done to comfort us in I Mrs. Harriett Cooper. -".
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f EASY TERMS ;tiN '((1/" .' Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.98 Cat

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School Supplies rfS 501 N.W. 8th Avc. Gainesville, Fla. FR 6.7.5S.8.

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)I Bradford County Telegraph : 1 u : ;' "'.}" '\fi? :;:.\.. ''......, '. .' ,.

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Phone WO 4-3101 ... ..
., "l"" If you have hogs or -- ---- .

., cattle to sell now or in $
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;L ,.. .. .. .._ 4 .. !. the future please contact "; : r
STARKE ON1Nov.2i; 1 I .n' ----- -- ."" '- '"-' !,. ::-..._ -- one of the' .. buyersat k

,. Tornado end, Jimmy Malone, reaches desperately but misses with Two powerful ..Blue' Devils demonstrate their' team's manpower inoutstretched Copeland Sausage _

fingers for an Irwin. Martin i aerial for! the point-after" f Green, :: Cove's 25-19 loss to. the Tornadoes Friday night in the Keystone Company and give t them $

HIGHWAY. 301 SOUTH NEAR TUCKS DRIVE-IN early in the third quarter after halfback bad .scored the TD which Conference deciding fray. End Mike Darby is lifted clear of an, opportunity to buy

y AUSPICES: JUNIOR. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE gave Starke a temporary 19-12 edje over the Blue Devils. I the turf by,at: least a foot.as he is put out'ef toiua i-sofl( on a Blue your livestock .. .

OORS ORGN. !:sd. & 7 >P, M.1 PERFORMANCES. SSO t 8 P. )[. I Devil end run. COPELAND OFFERS YOU


Tornadoes Triumph 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!

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I'I'j' SELLS CRAYNEW 1. Cash market
Conference Flag very day,

r 2. No commission.


3. Special consideration. given.. to meat,

Stays In Starke type hogs


4. Can furnish hauling for sufficientquantities.

I [Continued from Page 11 Tornado first down. '
I't.
i I Halfback. Tombo, Smith, amaze .
t s Blue Devil fumble from the air
ing on defense with 15 tackles,,
on the Green Cove .15. And: onthU CALL COLLECT HO 2-3011
the
pjckefl. up pigskin and dashed e
they
series
of' downs. boys a '
bona BUS did move 68 yards to put the Tornadoes' a-. I CLAUDE PHIL.LIPS 'j THWRON HUDSON
head 126. .
1st Tornado Tally i PRESTON POLKCopeland
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But the TD seemed to mad-
; Fullback Sam Gardner, the i I
den the' pile driving Blue Devils '
e man who got the yardage on the ;: 1
who took the Starke kick-off on Ii
crucial plays l hit the big blue
c I their 27 and 12 plays later ,tied i
torewall for four yards, and then
,
1' the score with only 54 seconds
1 AND m more. to move the ball to the i
: SUPERS FEATURES OF Green. Cote. 10. Then on third, left in the first half. Fullback y Aii 'I SAUSAGE. COMPANY ALACHUA, FLORIDA
TUB KAKVa. BIG DOWU SNOWS. j Jay Hamlin bulled over from the \
down slender halfback Richard
THE NELSON FAMILY one foot line to round out the .
Dugger .
SC'ored'the first of twoTD's !f
CHAMPION ACROBATS & TUMBLERS when he somehow wormedhis mn-ing at1212- for the first- ; TIT .

i THE WMLD'S' BIGGEST! AND GREATEST FEATURES way through. an eight man half, L .,

6-6-EIEPHANTS-6 GIANT HIPPOPOTAMUS Blue pevil line to. make the score :., With the initial, half of play

six all. Quarterback. Martinmissed ending in 'a deadlock it remained'

a chance- to, go ahead. as for the second half to tell the ltJs i

h'ia boot fell short of.. the crass. S Ol'Yand the Tornadoes didn't
4 SF tars, .. .' f.' ., .hesitate to begin unfolding. thedrama.
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s. : .- ."
Starke .kicked ;Cove.\\'iih'\ the' initial"ql1ari -onlylialf' JjairbaCltohnni 'DeYqre' slip-
.. ;; J .
a, \ 'gone, Fullback 1 '...JayvHamlinj: ,:i pert Ihe ball under,. ,his-protective.wing -i--
i I at' the Starke 17 andbrought
,
bobbed .
;)! the. Jiall1 .and lost: tWo f '
I yards back .to the _Blue 'PeyiJ22.. s j fs I: ;, it back to; the 27. Quart The Tornado kick off receiving team is shown in action during

iRI6CERBETTTER/ Quarterback! : -'Gerald. Vaughn' immediately ;, to erback-Du Martin who.th n, handed off I the_.fourth quarter Friday 'night' a'J. sophomore Bill Jackson (with I II I I c
ger hipped his'ay
{ back \ith.-a.6 I
cane ? ) 23; midfield t i the Lall) sprints,his way upfield past several Blue Devil defenders. I II
to before be-
-GRANDER THAN EVER BEFORE .yarderj 38 for first yards .
tq'tlie .anotheV- I '
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i An Eclipfting Epoch In th W rkT FIn. tCircunj down. But three more' plays netted ing.brought down: I. I

CHILDREN 75*-ADULTS Sl.OO-Now creating a only three yards and quarter- Gardner got four to the Blue i yard pass to DeVore in the end BllS GC I

NEW ERA IM TENTED AMUSEMENTS back Mejvin Bryan! punted to the Devil 46 yard marker and Smith zone for the final score of. the : .First dow1lS.o( ; ,14 ,12 j
) kanr IQIett itius *
added six moiw'to the 40. Gardner I
I Starke 20, contest.With. from rushing .11 9
'
mart II IiftttitaM taurg j
tams tail HupU& Tne TJornadoes could do no.! then reeled off 15 more yards :. the highly contested game from: passing 2 3
I down to the 25 for another first I '
from penalties .1 0Yds
'
better as they got one first down neither
/l.
A down for the Tornadoes. I < ,270 181 14rA
I gained rushing
team scor "
I k.c while moving out to their own"; / :
39 yard line where Cottle punt- DeVore. got into.the game with punch. The Blue Devils received j 'yds gained passing. 53 69 '
te
{d to the Green Cove 35.. But two> nine yards down to the Greenie the Tornado kick-off at their 40 ]Passes 3-6 3-5
'
Plays netted the Greenies noth- !. 16 where Gardner punched out, and made only three yards before ]Passes( intercepted by 0. (0 I
four more to put ,the .fighting:. de- J JI Fumbles Q j 1
1 ip.g'and a third saw guard Ron- I Jteing stalled by the Tornado j lost > < \ I
1I I aid Crawford throw quarterback Tornadoes on the 11 yard stripe fense. The Tornadoes in turn.Avg. disf punts 329:33.2 '

Melvin Bryan for a 10 yard loss 1; with their first down of the 75 i I ground out only a single first': 'yards lost penalties' ""5 55> a
a-
on a beautiful defensive. effort yard drive. down before their otiense was |: Score by quarters: ( -4
Duggef Scores No. 2 stalled. Collie punted out of the :Starke 6 6 7 6-25

.. Smith Shines .Smith! then out six, yards ,down &1 zone and the ball was '3. Cove 667 0--19Tounchdowns I
t q H4mlin then quick-kicked 50 to the Blue Devil 11, where Digger Sought out to the 20. \ : Starke Dug.
.yards and 'the ball went\ out on i!! K. Gordon :
gave the pigskin another fjve I 2 (5, 5 ) Smith (63: I Murray
the Starke 25. From that point Bryan got off one 22 yard pass 1 J JI gar run: run : (
yard ride and hag second TljofUie
: ) DeVore (6, .from MarLin
the determined Tornadoes: started I before his offense was stalled at I r nj ( pass -
ni ht0
put Tornadoes in 1 ): Green Cove -- 'Hajalin 2 j
upfield. Gardner got nothing on the Blue Devil 45; and lie was ,
first down, but Dugger went for front once again by a score of !1101 ced to kick out His punt was I Ii (16 run: 7, run): Knowlcs ((37, I ,

FREE FEEDING OF WILD ANIMALSON seven on second. Gardner got almost ;: 19-12.;But t j I partially, blocked rt by Tornado J JI run). Points, after touchdowns: PresentsI
*
Clay County came right I
; Rtarke DeVore paiist I
(
three ''and the ball' !; Neil Ibillips.ho: got a hand I Ii romMartin
THE'IIOW'GROOHDS AT 10:30 A. M. CIRCUS DAY. lay just
back
: with a 77 yard drive of their ) : Green Cove Fountain .
shy ,of a first on the Starke 37, | on the ball, which rolled dead at -;- j
,STUDENTS,. TEACHERS AND GENERAL PUBLIC INVITED. where Dugger hit for two and own 11'ith to tit the score once again. i I the Greenie 49.' Since the ball did (kick). Officials: Referee,

Hamlin and Vaughn rm i I travel the required 10 yards Bryan Fred Lewis: Umpire, Clyde Tan- SANTA CLAUS
,
ring, the Blue Devils bulled their
L. I kicked over, this time 50 yardsto ner; head lineman, Hubert I
tray upfield to their 48. Brooks; field! judge, Bob Wi)-
( ,.. .. Quarterback the Starke 7 yard line.
Bryan pitched I liams.

,I. '..,\... .. 'hack to another signal caller, I II.i Tornado five Daring Wins

. t., !. ..' t. It .. ,: Vaughn:: running at halfback who. With minutes remaining 1 RHS Student* The
tiie filial .
.' .. ', ""r. turn 42 to end in': quarter. Starke began -
passed yards
I...,.. .' .' .. ... ..,.,, ,. .4. ( .
,
\r.' <> ,-, .'r. ::- :zs- r.-= : )JTenry Sohm 'Two Tornado defenders ploughing methodically up Form Teen Club
I" ..,,; ':;' \1 t. fields;; (;ar ner got two and Martin 9 ..
.......t\\ missed the ball, but Sohm I .
..' added nine mOle as he ran Young people attending Teen
,. : dfdnt and he wets finally brought :' ,
,. .,. ""'WIlt ;:. two keeper plays out to the 17, Time in the USO la-t Saturday
down at the Starke 13 by one of j FLORIDA THEATER
S : i Tombo only inches from a first down. Light I held a brief business seafion -
,. Smith's tackles. I I
i ; l Hamlin carried two of, the.,j '.Coach Register sent in his' : during which they voted 'to I
; 'kicking team, intending to punt organize a club with membership I
'" three plays it took the Blue Devils I i
t I !I the-ToVnadocs'out-"onlhe fourth! 'I II. pen c to all teen-age students.It .
; : to go the remaining 13 yards to
t 0' : paydirt going over from seven [I..down situation;deep in their own was decided that annual I THURS. FRI. DECEMBER i 2
OngivingI I [wes for members will be 75 cents
i yards out to again tie the see-t territory. But at this po'int Mari j ,
t : : :. j j.awingf contest: this time at 19 'tin called time and''.asked perf : 'while non:members will be admitted I I I

; : I all. f! mission to run instead of kick, i for 15 cents a night. Dueswill II I
Thanks iv four minutes" and 19 seconds go toward,,paying for' records
": .Halnyick Dugger, who received with YOU
SEEThe
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left in the special
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.... ,, : praise"l from University of Florida ; .
plan.1The
.,'f., i Coach Dave fuller for his i But what could have been the roiip: : might : .
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-_..( : ., "" tine running, received the Greenie j turning point of the. game is Richard officers werer'ected Floating,,.!.., Palace, ,
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->. 'I : k ck'-off ,and returned it 31 yards UIQW only history for the 1960
A "5 ,; full hath God filled mankind's .. I Ii ( ; Cecil leach, vice president; *
I '. .So cup to the Starke 45, On the ensuing i Keystone Champions. Martin all : I The Infernal l Conspiration: t):
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: '"T play; the Tornadoes received a i led a quarterback sneak and< the nit Linda \\"asdin. secretary-. f'
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',1 : It runneth over at the brim tre'i!'ur er. j '.
l ; ; : ; I .. Eve yard penatt.'yfor off ,sides i Torhdo linemen 'spewed him: The Big Night >
The executive council, with a
r and had II- first down situation f through the Greenie forewall for ,

: '.. 'r :., As we tout all His blessings up, .. !! on their 40.Tornadoes., five yards before he came to:; representative from each grade, The Triumph

......."...;..._ Go Ahead I lest, with his first down safely 'was elected as follows: James I
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r' '*-,> :. Let us, In prayer, give thanks to_ _Him.;\ -' ; I 'c Martin brought his; team from 11 in grasp. t Roach 7th grade; Phyllis Combs, !

.. .JI.. the huddle and pitched a short l j. In the ten remaining plays of 8th; Gary Cole, 9.th Patricia; Freeman The Most Universal of all legends the most beautiful

f I rnrven little scatback yard aerial then to DeVote.added eight The,|I what most fans termed "about don Register llth III.; Tom 10th;Hardin 12th.Lou- tine that; symbolizes the Love of humanity id a pro

t the school football duction and artistically is the utmost
1 IN OBSERVANCE OF THANKSGIVING DAY, OUR BANK WIlL L j"IIOTTlANsttT t more oa' his own and the Toma--.1 best high- ;; Teen Time is sponsored b}> the 1 that technically

j floes had a. first and ten on'the!i I game you'll ever see," the Tornadoes -:' City Recreation Department and prodigy that up to now has ever been filmed in Universal -
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IUSIHESS ON.THURSDAY. KOYIMia 24.AT I
:, : j Blue Devil }5. I rolled from -.their 22 to'\ meets Lath Saturday night* from i Cinematography.

< After Gardner had &'Otten.a, the Blue Devil 43.' '* j 7:30 to 10:00: in the USO.

[ scant two 'yards :and one ae mall 11 At the 43 Martin; hitting the ; Blessed Are those Who Believe
: incomplete ,
bad fallen Martir I' Recent Births
is | line just' as poverfuny.as when!
passed to end Charles! McLeod ]I( '
I a play that co\"ered.35' yards tx:I'' he needed that 'vital first downs! Bradford County Hospital announces For They Shall See God and Peace
FLOPIt.P. :
,1. the Green Cove 10. ; few minutes before, struck the, the following births:

then sib yards ,or 1. Green Cove Blue Devils their!
1 Dugger got .
j Dr. and Mrs 'A. J, ,
Barry On Earth To Men Of Good Will.
... .. .. ... .. .. first down but lost two .on thi!! i final. blow of the night as hLr Starke, a 'daughter, Adrian. Jean: .it

; :OAH.K. SlilPONE : : : second, and the ball rested a t;j!: coach danced on the. side lines, Nov.. 18. .
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.: or23.f: BANKS- 'gFTHEFIQR-OANATIONAL" GROUMEM- eER FEDERAL_DEPQJIT.' INSURANCE' CORPL I Eryan,,again.flexed;hU accurattight II )!. ,.a daughter. ?Pphy' _,e Evelyn**I .1 .i,- ''' ''- .. .;J ..;. _

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PAGE SfX' BBAPFOBD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE,:FLOEJDA 1HTJB.: NOVEMBER: ,S4, 1961
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state and area officials have been !! '. ',. ',-,

Labor Housing Opening Set I Invited for dinner at 6:30: p. m. :' n I'

i Wednesday in the Community .-, .:-


Started For Keystone I iI I Conner Church will educational be the main building.speaker:i' N .. ur '

on this occasion and: a. tour of b44'k A Remington '
A
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the egg processing plant will be w sfr \

[Continued From Page One] Egg Co-op made later In the evening. iI i i z ,. ,
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At noon Thursday a luncheon : __ : : :
interest rate of five cent. The __ .
per i will be at ___ t J'
agent. explained that 25 per cent I [Continued From Fare One] given a Keystone : __ .y:4 :' 4a. \
Heights 'restaurant for 'persons ;
of. .the. gross intake of the housing .
who,takes office in January. 4Kp4'
I i connected with the processing, 't i
1'rojectin be held in a fund for. 4'4'x -i .
I Ray E.Starnes president of the
;handling, and marketing of eggs \
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repayment of these loans. All disbursements
hugh plant largest in this .
egg ;
I I in the Jacksonville area, Starnes
and: collections. will beI j section of Florida said that.some j said. ELECTRIC ,
cleared through a finance committee 125 special guests including | s
; many ;: r
final i Fc
The event on Friday, Dec. i ::
composed of J. R. Wain- ; i
t!2, will consist of open house for : .s. I iI
Fright Jim Chasteen,, and Robert berry season the number will be s '
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Wclntire the county agent said. increased to around 150. '! the general public at the process '

The building which Is owned Huggins said that within about 1 I s ing plant from 6 to 10 p- m. Mr. r + \I,

by Chasteen,. Is located near Heil- two weeks a series of meetings I Starnes said that all visitors will L Mf 7 t
bronn different locations!'!be welcome at this,time to see the 1 _
Springs. It is 48 by 140 feet will be hell: at _
end has a concrete floor. Sanitary in the county for the purpose ofj:modern processing machinery in I : '

facilities will .be' Installed in a explaining this project to the i[operation.The Adding! Machine

separate building, Huggins said I people-or the committee might Co-op president said that I

and there will also be a small decide to hold a. fish fry at the he new plant is" now: in full operation ;

commissary, The work! of converting I site of' the building after con- and the entire operation: t

It for migrant labor will be struction Is' under way the agent has been moved from Jacksonville I r'nS ",. L .,-',-,....,. ...,-. "... -".. -- ,+... ..

done by day labor, rather than: ,by i said. Plans for these events will .. its former location, to Keystone a. I

contract. be ,announced later. I Heights. Last week was the .: ?7 : .'; '. i: ..

pug in.' said the project will be I Enthusiasm over the project is, co-op's largest to date, when 90-

pitched as much as possible in an I very I )high, Huggins said and far 000 dozen eggs! were process! :

effort to have'it ready by Jan. 1.fee mers generally feel that the im ,They plan. to reach maximum AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD: PAYTotals

said it planned to bring in [portation of migrant labor will t production of ,around ion,ono doz- .

,around 75 laborers at that time :give agriculture in Bradford I II' en per week in about 10 days.

to assist in, the harvesting of I'I' County. a much-deeded shot in the I The plant now has around 40 ,

winter greens. During the straw- arm. I employees Mr. Starnes said. to 999,999.99! 5'
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I Rust Resistant Mechanism ::: (. : .:- ." PLUS

MOt'HERS . ; Big Hippo In Circus MenagerieBig Full Keyboard -' .. TAX

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;' -. Otto, one of the largest Sponsored here by. Starke Jay-

: 11x14 hippopotami. captivity will be tees. the circus will bring such BRADFORD
: F COUNTY TELEGRAPH
k "' seen in the menagerie when The famed attractions as the ,Flying

\ 3icat Sells &I ,Gray three-ring" Nelsons aerialists from ,Vienna; .
IIt Bust
; ; VignettePGHTRAIT circus plays two performances in the Avalon trio equilinnsts) and .

Starke, Monday, Nov. 28, Doors the Jordan. family of English '- . .
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.c' 5:30 and 7 p.: m. Performances The big tents will.be on U. S. Sell It Rent It Trade It able.teretl Dyyl'Anjps\ Conner Bulli.:* Price BO MiOl.reason; .

mder the tent start at 3:30: and 301 South across from Tucks tfch


FOR |00 I R P m. I Drive In. WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED I living FUR SALE, ,diuiii'jf T-:.9 morn bedroom, and den t\ bath maonry If

ONLY ? house vu large'corner tot
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Journalism Students with extra building lOt. gee by appofntment -
$ r I : BHS Rates _. __, _. ,Ollt)', Call 'WO' 1'14S3 orWQ
; WKORIAt A\D RESOLI'TWNe 4 Crmtm rrr r* "
Attend FSPA Meet ht.idL) trait
Plus 3Se Mailing '. (
-4 20 1\ORD8.0n LESS. OB* lasrtlM' (MI.'.... Charcrt __ ... ,r8.
Regular $10.00Value Full Figure $1,00 Extra With Nation Houses For Sale'I 'tineS.$ fc4
Students) from the journalism', i Small ,
Limit Children To A Family, icpartment representing the pa"I t BACH- AbIITFO.\AL WORD OtEB V .......... *, _. -ic I"u ,W.rtJWT room rent :!No tloeiiiff payiuenf,coat. W teem H. NoUirian. lifcp-
SATISFACTIONGUARANTEED DISCOUNT! 0> RIB PE4T ISBHTIOS dAHrt 4Uat GI O' N CbejrySt. TfchtRUNT
Age 6 Weeks to 10 YearsAdditional annual' attended the'r In
: the
per and Election : ADDITIONAL FOB BLI.M: ADS OR ADS NOT PAID 1ST' ADtAXCB '
NO ANOINTMENT f.'Olt .. Attractive close In
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Press
Children $2,00 Each District Florida Scholastic __
bath
NECESSARY j i n' ; rooms and apartment very
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Association meeting at Jacksonville ; I LAST CALL' FOIl'SALE reasonable. W.. U.. Nollman, 510 N.
Bradford .
Hours 9 to -1:00 to 5:30 High School set an Ready mix concrete concrete block, CberS: Ft TfchgrTrailer
University in October. example! for' the rest of the country -j To join Avon's Sales Staff in routs,, reuce posts und, cement. .

BARBERREE STUDIO, WILL GIVE YOU A SELECTION OF POSES' FROM Sandee Hubbard. Betty. Jane in"tl1e; mock presidential election time to earn before' Christmas. Molar Lliierock mix,and rock Roof steel Gravel., oyster Phone,shell, 1lnnte: ": '.Fo" Sale-Model. 19S?

WHICH TO CHOOSE Jenkins and Hubbard which was held November Contact; Ouida C. Sweat, P. O. \VO4-2521, Bradford EngineeringCo. Great 'Lakes. :37 ft. long by' (t.'
Cindy
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at-j i Ride. Highway, ,235, 4mfkenotth'ot
ocatleft
siminars concerning varirius : 1,- 1960. It. may be said that as Box 540, Live Oak Fla. tfcUg- ) 8rook r at the borne

eqded} phases
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NOV. 25 & 26 editing.Aiso ;. 1 I Countyand the United States. I JIMMY ,LE RICKS 3-2072, JR. Jackmn.build' zing Uu and 4-4011.grading.' W.:tfchg T. y Ia: Pnon. h? '.S-JTSJ.Mke Butler tfch*

:i. ,A comparison of the school, .
:
FOB
the conferences .
attending \ ; FOR, StLEN'ew FOR RKJJT""''unfurnished. houses.
were editorial; and managerial! : county, and 'the national: elections Home Repair Dock... Roof 12-15 and used, Building Supplies i Ou. bedrftam 'btifclc entrat ,heat*
..: t BARKSDALE'S itaff members of student newspapers i reveals that they,were.all in favor Repairing. Jtrhr : : Drive| way pipe.. 131 length Jt.Ji \lug and; l.Jit>eHrettra frame hou e.
per foot. See Billy JaeksonJach) H. K.-StariinRQtahati. "ThoneBrooke :U r.
;I:I cf Senator.:Kennedy ..a1d'l.is ', ll-tl
runt
"Stp
Ala-
loan for '
; in Duval Bradford WE HAVE a new program son Pniildlng Supplies. tfohg.. *, ", .. _
counties.. t I t ning mate. Senator Lyndon John- 'farmers. Loans' of 1 to 6 rears -
Fernandma = '
hat.and. i I fon. The state however favored for the. entire credit require GOLDEN OPPOKTL.MTVSelect FOR RENT- ,} .bl4eoora nicely.1
..... : meotB or the farmer and big family. SSLI) : rurnttged'p6psg wJfb"*arpert.'Forcbopt4
t -.': Vice-president: Nijcon and 'Henry I Gainesville Production .CredMAsjoplatlon Select, your, Christnias. piano early 01' trllh'aq: ; lafaptfthlld.\ Ins-
Cabot Lodge ; UO Jtyrtb Main, from our largo stock .Xo- payment quire N. foetegfroi ;
his'l'Uxming'mate.: : GalnenlUe. Fla. tfch until ISbl. You cannot bedt.' our :Pry33 |:tSjt. tpfGrader
i 1 : comparison : Pn. : .'el -.,. _
Dowi'ng'sIOCE The of popular prices or terms Drop card or ro
i RADIOS HEP AIRED. i'RankliU4:> collwt .today.;,.THE W.\\'JF.pJ: -=;;,, tW1.f..Rei '
I> votes and percentages. is as follows -: All Make.AU 1.dela.lea.oaabt. MUSIC. CENTER 105:: W, Univer-. Opera: B 1Pax.4: st ftgoW how
: Charge cvara.t.MSHEPHERD'S site \\"p.. (; Inei lime, .ro lt," ffi ur'b; sober.
MYS I RADIO TV Contact .JAk.*'?tt)' Paring; Co., 'Inc.V .
III' | Kennedy Nixon lama Greta, Owner WOODS' HOLti:: IX THB IATIIt-: \, i Q. .6oxLake! ,,. ,fcljty. i'lL.,Phone
I Bradford High 107 .56 412 E. Call'St.; Plae.0.44001 LACHE.V' AI1UA: : 1227 .. ".. ..tfchg:
Starke. Fla. 13: miles nest of Palatka l<'lorida.Lake ,
66% 34% Chipco- and East Lake, just WHOXEEDSJ!; nahj :trida1?"
FLORIST eft No. 0.'Restricted 100'
Bradford County 2.535 1.131 Only F.COLONIAL T. D. Florist in Starke. Lake Highway Lots priced from $1560 .to Jluallfled..a, ? "TIIIt,'. ;'switchboard, : operator j
,FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY ,: ; ,60% 31% Flowers wired any place.. Flowers |175U. One-third, Down, per cent, "'Drk.-.vrrlte billing p. Q.or ppx general"office 863,. Starke.
I' locally.-. Phone
t. for all occasions un unpaid balance-Terms to suit. .
Florida" 723,355 ,162.014i WQ 4.U9t..S06 East Nona' St. 'tfchg Only Z' Lots Available. Op 'n.' Sun: t .11. ZlV' 1M,
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i ; 48% 52% days-From 1:?U 'p, in. fur. your con. t
Free Tnrjiey.witb
U. S. No. 1Potatoes FOR JtENT.Vurnlabed"apart. venience. ", jh, pureliue.of
United. States 33163.334 32,852,795 ments. Reasonable rates. Near C. J. "PETE" O'COXXOIltieal I a 21" T. V. copsoleYt,: D' hmer's. \
chopping center. Phone WO 9-20Jl Itch?: I-l I
E5t8 telppraital' ':ServiceKeystone "
51% 49%
: or call at 213 S, Cherry- St. (Shell Heights, Florida % i iPhoneUn '. -
Douglas OH Co. Office. SIN'jER. BEWjtfp! MACHINE.". --
By
Margaret tfcf1g'FOR
10 Ibs. 30c. tfrhg representative: ,,,'1J ,T* In radfottf
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S.LELL OR P.\RT'l: 1 rv vir Mondays and. FtI.atL'1"Qr.waft'
no' any maR jjiaonbi
Band Sells CandyTo HASTINGS MATTRESS acres good laud r>j .north Wellborn : "ir -tail .'Sewing Machlae Ox
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& UPHOLSTERY WORKS tobacco Fla.Il fenced: 1 13-100, acre 402 t-l. Marlon..S9.. :or phono. 180,
Raise Trip FundsThe allotment. Cheap by: Lake .City. FI... ''; Tfchal
710 Lemon St. PalatbaFurniture er.-:- H. .A: Moore; lit. 2, Box I/wn.1;
'Indian River Live Oak Fta. 'Jtp' 1
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Upholstered 1Ca VTFA.--1G: ; : 'Jf.: ,fir H P: 1*. Nurse
BA NRNAS S 'I band is ,,now in the process Repaired, WANTED Curb girl. Apply i&person I for relief work.. f days" :* week.Poctora .

GRAPEF RUIT 1 Dozen 19c I selling candy as a money making & 'RefinishedMATTRESSES at, 'fu k'fI Drive. -ln' Itp, :i Hospital'. tfchgi :
I
project. The ,band will receive l I
[ \ REBUILTNew iL t E OPENING FOR |5000'00 Will\ keep anrmfes1 children day 'or
I approximately 33 per cent of the YEAR MAN. WE ARE .A HOUSE- nlabt..I( pan WO 4 OII1 'vr tOt .Center -
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th'e Innersprlngs TO. HOUSE MANUFACTURER' St. 8tp H-H
.. money raised from -candy.
WHOSE PRODUCTS HAVE BEEN
Sweet t Prizes will be awarded to the and Box: Spring VERY FAVORABLY ACCEPTED l"Ht CALF! Argentine Bahla

JIl' ,.. ,'tj': .:, top salesman. Prizes are a transistor Drop (!i a Card or Call fP'FOR LER8J11P NIGH INTO FOR 100 OCR YEARS.PRODUCTS A- seed R9? Jb.-:{sticjan Conner.. Box
'I" "" 70J: Stark, phone e.0'4, -< ? '. '' with IS; PEN FOR THIS AREA.
lUlCY QNRNGES ..: ;{ radiQ and a camera
? PALATKA EA 5-9168 4tchg 1MRALE
.. ,,<.,.:."'.... ....., '..,.''."""'r." I flash attachments.&. Cash prizes MENT\ MINIMUM NECESSARY. OF $100010 IXVESr-j i
"..,, v M ,. ST RKt'O> 4593 '
\ t ,, : house 10
'''''' will also be awarded. EJ.SARY: : :; QrAMFICATlOVS ,ARE FAR room on
"5 TO 60. OOOD HKALTU. AND sere form U.50'' 3 tulles. out Hiway
; f SIRS. PEGGY SUALLEB, Starke,
WITH AMBITION. TO WANT TO 100..off hi way H. mil?. B. U Barnes
) 1 Dozen . 19c fi { ciirncn or Jtsna cimisTLATTFX Agent I EARN A :MtVIUWI OF $500000 Itp
DAY .SAINTS VR$RLY. WRITE MR. WHiTE. -659 _
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WEST PEACHTRRE ST N. E; .
WANTED
., FOR SALE 3 bfflreara black I EipfrMnced Soda
4TtAVa' II (w.ORmA. lg-11
Services each Sunday In oM h".,,f. IUrtfi*.o4 floor. 'Brnatlfnllrndkraped. ; 4tctig Fountain gulf{ { pall WO 9-$172:! for
Fresh Masonic flail I on E. Call St:, Sunday Patio aad _t.ltle Bar- "OH SALE-Pencil saw. Joiner"drill Information.! tfclijFDR :
'm. Sacrament keen Pit. Priced to Mil. 1115 Pratt press band saw 314 horse electrip J
School 1Ca.
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St. Phone \VQ :5181 or \\'O:1:11. C, : blockhouse
motor, A. Gainer Lalfe- Butler ;8 ALE groom concrete
) Service .::::0 p. m. Everyone wel tfehlf 2tp 11-27 < bath. csrport, large screen
CALIF.RGRAPFS come. north. 2 additional bedrooms 1
; BEANS HELL HOMES SALESMEN -Former -
STRING Insurance Men-Route Sales FURNISHED APARTMENT for I blocks from school. Ideal locationfor
men-any n"'rwHIr., man who wantsto rent. 201 W. Adkins. ,Ph.0 4- home and business, 184 Temples
; make'money.. Why 'not step up 4?$4 after .4:30 p .m. 2tchg 11-:. !Avr. Contact Owner, phone! Waldo,
Hobart 8-t83. Mu. Etudtr ltj.
to a real makingr position.
money { .
Join ale Force of South'a fastest FOR RENT Furnished cottage "
2 Pounds 29cV HEATING growing business. Train for managerial Tor bachelor. Attractive and conven FOR SALE Concrete block house
2lbs. Ie position while selling.' We lent. Desirable-neighborhood. $43.00mo. :2 bedrooms,.2 *>ta, at Ralford, Pla.
need Salesmea and Lead Men in Mr*. Renner, WO 4-3744. ..tchgI See Lamar Reddish at Raiford or
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this area. Contact: Arthur O. Silvers P. R.: C.rra11nt at lAWtey
2153 W. Beaver St., Jacksonville < .i tchg, 12-8

SQUASH Yellow Tender 2 Ik 29c ern ,States Florida.Homes ELate 3-8289.Finest South Shell :"SYLVANIA: TV's
29c Homes Anywhere. 11.10 3t 11:. .
/ ; --.SaJes'A: 8 rrJcPETTOS '
E SPECIALS MOVER TOO LATE TO JOIN
: EVENING CLASSES for adults. All TAR-RADOQ 4 TV
Fresh Mustard, : subjects.. Credit if wanted.Write Phone : WOERIGIDAlltE' 41$311
Director, fox 110, Starke, or call

A and .L4 WO 4.3071 Office or USD visit Bldl'Adult for Education r .. !-
TURNIPS bun.19c I-I APPLIANCES
COLLARDS tional information. Negro j

HEAD LETTUCE GAS contact principal RJE School, tfchg I I I FLORIST- /,

FOR SALEMetal body with roll 119 8. TlIOHPSO 'T. ,
North Carolina er doors for H ten pick-up. }L -PHOX&: WO 4-415 '
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Rriffla' on Griffis Loop,phone r MOHT WO.4. 881 .t "O,"1m.

7k & FUEL OIL J-1S82. Itp I WF-, mR15 blft'lNC'J'ITE. WEJlS J'L.,1II'EA1.UTWBDJI ,

19c. SWEET: POTATOES 39c INTRODUCTORYOFFER ; !' tfchfAJKD

( Complete T.ee' Service.j HOHti :3tiLDl. LOTS

Central And Engraved BushicssStationery Pruning Bracing De-Mow-i PPBe1InD) 'utw S hedrseat k.saceittnl ,
Tip
Purple ,and tog Cavity Work Tree Removal keel and air aadit1.Md.Rereads .

Transplanting .1It ..,. ... ..IM. ria.Ifill .

BLACK EYE PEAS 3 kIROIGE : 39c Space Heating '500 500 Large Letterheads Envelopes. Sapp's PETE Tree SAPP Surgeons Owner !i erasr erdde.dalkaD9i.g beat leseea.R aadsisy. <1..ti f tart mm*latest. very


500 Business Cards .J9fl'I I large a..d. .",.,rla', f.r Iaifd.daUy .
PHONE WO
STARKE r designed ...... I
FINEST ENGRAVING For Expert Tree Surgery Call Oar]
: !! L, 8. fvt Bead fr.;taae. Ideal r.rreeldesJ
NORTH FLORIDA Agent .r tr..tae e.
ALL FOR 48.05
Market 224 N. Temple Phone WO 4-S965
Dowling Plate Included Fares quU sad,large 18.e. Jtebr
eft".t baralp grk.a
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SUPPLY BRADFORD COUNTY Small furnished apartment for ., tenaa wlQa
rent. See A. C. Williams William .L J. Ti>..uu.R..Jt.r. lteltgDRIVE'
\ TELEGRAPH Jewelry.: Couple only. tfctf
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224 N. Temple Ave. A UTTLB 8A Vi: 'A, LOTS.
Across Street From Setzer's Starke '. FT'anIDED OR UNFLEThIIED FOR RENT -* Nicely furnished, Always below market*nd -pecan In
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.I Phone WO 4-2113 Tw. bed !* r ...ae at KUg;a ly clean i bedroom house. Contact used mobile:,home*. ,i ke"-, Geneva
.,: Lake. .'..It. 017; te14e jet*. Mrs. Stone at Koch' Drug Store. Trailer Park. I mile 8. E. KeJ'itoae
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: V V STARE FLOSIDA> THURS. NOVEMBER 24, I960 .
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, KEYSTONEIIIGIILIIJIITS Street Problems Keystone MelroseNeighborhood yyyyy yyyyyyy yy..yy.MELROSE Force.'

R F. Simons is. is.spending.. few

J days in Ridgeland, S. C. .

By Mary K. Scbarffer i Face Keystone a/ } ( f rE Girl Scout MeetingA Mr. and Mrs. H. E. 'Jefferson

By Mrs. Alice Rolhhammerw.wuu.A.uuua.u visited friends and relatives in
Neighborhood Uniform Ex- Melrose Thursday. They are from
Altar Society Honors. Milton Starnes Miss Aggie Watson ..I change was planned at the No- Jacksonville. .

Departing President Emery Cross, Jr., and out- City Council. vember meeting of the Keystone- Winners of the Melrose Duplicate
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St.Yilliam's'Altar Socteir held of-town guests Jim Barnawell. Melrose! Girl Scout Neighborhoodat Mrs. Berniceal Marson of Law-: Bridge Club were: first place,

Its regular monthly meeting at trout Palatka and Miss India i ; s- the home of Mrs. Fremont Tol- renceburg, Tenn. visited her Mrs. Albert Spires and Mrs. Joha

the home of Helen Conneen on Dinkins. of Atlanta Ga. Miss. Din- Gene Williams chairman of the les. Anyone having a Brownie or grandparents Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Strewn; second place Mrs. .Arnold -

Friday evening,,Nov., 18. The business kins and Mr. Barnawell were Keystone Heights Council streets Girl Scout uniform, not in use. Campbell Larsen and Miss Iva Hillyer
meeting was conducted by weekend guests of the Prevatt's. committee reported yesterday that ;
may enter it in the
exchange by third
Mrs. Bertha Pearce and' place Mrs. Ray Becker and
Miss
President Pat PawlikowskL This Lions Have Busy Day one pending problem seemed near :
contacting
a member of the
Mrs.. Gilbert Allen; fourth place
was the last time she would con- On Saturday. Nov. 12. Keytsone solution but another would re neighborhood committee. Wilma Alexander both of Starke Mrs. Pearsall f
Ralph and Miss
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duct a meeting as the Pawlikow- Lions had a busy, lucrative day. quire further study; and cost esti- Forthcoming field trips and program recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Bessie Rutherford..

krs. are moving at the 'end of Everyone passing through town mates., consultants for troops were Robert Cason. Harris-Parker

this month. The meeting was held. was-given a chance to donate to !I Williams said his committee, discussed and the Leaders' Con- Mrs. B. B. Lovell of Wethers- Lee Parker of

around'\the dining-room table', the "Toll Road" a playful game I(after investigation, would recom- C VV ference at the George WashingtonHotel vile Conn. is visiting Mr. and Mrs.. Lottie Harris Gainesville of Melrose: and

and Mrs.. Conneen served her of polite "highway-robbery" which ,,mend acceptance: by the city of aISOfoot on March 3 was announ- Mrs. R. F. Simmons. I
guests a luscious fruit salad and netted the Lions about $350. Inj 1( street rlght-of-warwith a ced. Arrangements were made fora Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ford .and were Nov.united in marriage on Friday I
11. They were honored
coffee.: Climax of the meeting was the afternoOn there was a 75-foot radius turn-around at the Brownie and an Intermediate daughters, .Doris and Virginia
with a reception the following
when the membership presented Turkey Shoot which Llons'l|'I dead end. as offered by :Mr. and Program Workshop to be held at spent Sunday in Newberry. Sunday given by Mrs. Walter Wil-

their retiring president with a another $100 aU'of which will fur-1 I Mrs. Charles Wallenius, for an a neighborhood meeting in the Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Jones
son.at the Parish House. Mrs
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lovely leather purse Mrs. Lucille ther the Lions' program for bet- 'i I extension of Lake View Drive near future. and children of' Muncie, Ind.. are
Wilson was assisted by Mrs. Rus
Davie will act as president in Mrs. ter vision, as well as help to pay some 250 to 300 feet to the Nelson The following leaders and troop j staying at the Lee House. sell
: Nobles at the"punch bowl
Pawlikowski's place to complete for the lights at.the. football field. Zowarkal property., committee members attended the Mr. and: Mrs. Evan Spires returned -
Mrs. Marde Comer 'served the
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her unfinished term of office She ,This year the Lions will again Williams' committee also met meeting: Mrs. Joe Daurer. Mrs. to Miami last Sunday.
cake and Miss Beverly Ann Wilson
was Invested by Mrs. Bee CooPer: sell the famous Claxton' Fruit last Wednesday afternoon? with I NINE SISTERS REUNITED Richard Lovorn Mrs. Eugene Dye, Mrs. Edna Cooper of'Westfield.N. kept the guest book.. Mr.

Members who were present at Cakes at $3 each, so see one of i j I affected propertyowners concerning Mrs. Donald Christoffers Mrs. J. is visiting friends and relatives -
When nine sisters get together at Parker) is employed at Sunland
the meeting'were Mildred SUtton, the members and get yours, in ,(I proposed acceptance by the I standing right. Walter Float, Mrs. John Shaugh- in Melrose.
Oladyce Bachmann Rose Neal, case a member doesn't come to'I IYOlJr 'town I of a 50-foot street, about. for a reunion it's one for the Others who gathered for this .nessy and Mrs. T. J. Hawes. Joel St. Amour is home on Training Center and Mrs. Parkerat

Mary Robinson, Margaret Le- door. one-quarter mile long, from High- book, and that's what happenedlast unusual occasion are [first row, Neighborhood meetings are for leave. He has been stationed in .the Melrose High cafeteria

Blanc, Lena Clemens Jean Fox Gayle "Has Party, way 21 to Nelson point: September in Santa Rosa,' left to right]:. Mrs. Betty Mc- ,all adults active In the Girl Scout Amarillo Texas with the Air (Continued on next page; )

Lu Nelson Ellen Morgan. Cath- On Saturday evening, Nov. 19, J. R. Dotak(. 'a building contractor Calif. Mullin, Mrs. Martha Lorditch, ;organization in the communitiesof

erine Harvey, Anna McCullough Gayle Cross, daughter of Mr and had asked Council at its Mrs. Alice Reynolds and Mrs. I Keystone Heights and Melrose.

Shirley Whidden. Mary K Schaeffer Mrs. Emery Cross of.Melrose, entertained Nov. 15 meeting, to .accep% the Two'of the nine are from this. Cora Hicks, in front. Second row The next meeting will be held I
area: Mrs. E. S. Haertle seatedat I1-rl Mrs. Ada Wright Mrs. Carl .
Adeline Finzer at her home in Melrose street since FHA committments I '
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Piper-Ginny I on Dec. 7 at .
I the home of Mrs. T. .. ,
right, and Miss Peggy Payne, ... .
Bee Cooper, and Lucille Davie as with a party for her teen-age could not be obtained for building Weatherby, and Miss Susie Payne. .J. Hawes on Lake Swan. Melrose. .",:.;0 ." ..... ......r.-....
well as the hostess and the guest friends. Most of the Keystone II homes on the ..property as long as Woman's Club Girl Scout Roses .' : .;

of honor.. Heights teen-agers were on hand the street was .privately owned. Friends and families of Girl

\ Prevatt Brothers Entertain for the festivities. It was an"endoffootball I Council Chairman H. L. Own- To Have Annual Scouts and '''Brownies may place ..,..' I

. Saturday evening;; l ov. 12, the : season party. bey questioned the: advisability of Dinner Event orders for the new Girl Scout ,! "

sons of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Pre* Fortunately the Cross home is I the town accepting the street, in .* Rose by contacting Girl Scout

vatt., Bruce and Myron Jr... entertained -. large, for in talking with Mrs. Its present condition, for main-- The Woman's Club of Keystone Chairman, Mrs. Fremont Tolles, naS: I

with a dinner party for Cross before the party, we privately -I,tenance. He said that standard Heights will have its annual din- w keystone Heights 4138, before

some of their friends;, after the decided it .would be something procedure in most developments ner on Thursday night, Dec. 1. Dec 1. The Girl Scout rose, a

Tulane-Florida game.. like the ball 'in, the ditty is. for the developer or the man Tickets can be obtained from Floribunda, was especially developed -|

Guests included Mr.. and Mrs. nude popular by ,Carmel Quinn," who sells the lots to construct member. any F to honor the 50th BIrthday 4 GIFTS TOYS

-.- streets. The next day, Dec. 2, will be the I .w. : Anniversary of the Girl Scout
Attorney Premont Tolles, repre-
time for the annual bazaar, and! organization. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
senting the seller Al Nelson said
, KEYSTONE RESTAURANT those attending the onDec.
that his client had sold the lots, supper
1 will be able to view the Will Be Open
giving owners access to their property have been working very hard on
displays in the various booths
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over the privately owned both projects so be sure to come All
, WILL BE ..OPEN'l and will also be allowed to make Day Wednesday
street. They -knew} this was thecase out and see what they have to
l purchases, if desired: Lu nclteonwill Starting December 7th. I II
ALLY 'DAY when they purchased; the offer ': v*
be served at noon the ,
on day ,
property Toltec: CHURCH NEWS
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; of the bazaar.Many'items: eV For Your Shopping ..Convenience'SALE
F .Council suggested that If' present Mldnite Mass-To Be Held
: : : will'be on display, ,, .
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the St. William's
properfT'O\tJie19'-ng ; Church, as well .
Thanksgiving k especially 'in' the 'handwork division -
: street were1 interested'enough to as Keystone. Heights, has passed -
arid the "white elephant" '
.pay the :"cost of clearing"'' the tooth; :as wen as lots of goodies another milestone; 'for this year ON TOYS

required width, .establishing, the for the 'first'time, Midnite Mass V ; .

Y 'A : SERV1tlG' A,SPECIAL grade' eta; thetown*would consider in.If the any".mejribers i b ked-goods of department.'th'e' } club* on Christmas *!eve will beheld in Many Nationally Advertised: ,f!Toy: 'I

acce t1 tng''tiwr. street for Keystone at'.BWilUam's.; The -

; Homeco.. ked Thanksgiving Dinner ''t maintenance-; should bara-Lou"ask"if' you U'will have probably met "Asti be Choir has V,been 'hard at work V : Drastically Reduced!11i.1 : t
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After conferring With the LI. naeistem practicing diligently twice"'a week. ;; i ., "> -. I
! Come.And Bring'The Family property :owners':Wednesday, very'puzzled, but you_will just Under the dlrectlon of Mrs. Glad- ,

Williams said they were interested have to come to the bazaar, find .Completes.Airborne yce Bachmann.they hope to makeit USE OUR L Y-AW.Y. PLAN '.
out' who .she is talking about! I
in the -pro oa1U n.' but that I Course At Bemii an event to remember. There
: There duplicate
will be
g
delineating the street would, require no will be Concert
Sacred startingat
A Small Deposit Will Hold Your
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treebundozingand bridge tslub on'Thursdar.,.Nov:-24:;
considerably, '2nd Lt.. Rand Edelstein of : 11:30 p.-m-Oec/24; and Mass
'V that further' coat estimates; and, nave oh Dec. 1. .the date; of son Selections.
will begin, at 12 Midnite. Mrs.
Mrs. Bert Christoffers. Jr. of Keystone -
the .
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'annual dinner. .r..ast week thehigh'
; a would have to' be made before I.' ,
sooi'e'was.made. by' Mrs.Emery' Heights. recently, completed 'Janet Lamm'' !Is-the organist. The .
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proceeding with.plans.] Sacred Concert .
will include'
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: Cooper- and Miss Sarah the airborne course at The Infantry ,
Another matter referred to, :
'Contralto Solo -
from "Star ot the GENA'STfaraSerbM
School Fort Benning. Ga
Mansfield and low Mrs. .
ON 1 iS : score by
committee was a petition
Williams
Henry Mickle and Mrs, Alma Lt! Edelstein; a graduate of East' by Mrs. Bachmann and a ..
from property owners on l
K O Lake Keystone 'protesting flood 1 I Frost. These parties are very enjoyable West Point,. received his paratrooper [Continued On Next Page .j
wings 'after ( .
conditions that ,are damaging 'and anyone who likes completing \
trees 'shrubbery and other land: bridge will like-duplicate bridge four weeks of. intensive ground "
even All players are invited and aerial training and instruc- fJ
scaping around the lake. They 7 more. n
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to' tion in the techniques of air
attend.
requested that the' present'cul J9tI : 1
May God's richest ''blessingsBe vert at the lake outlet be lowered t In the near future the ladies s transportation and aerial delivery. ". -

two feet or that another culvert! of the senior club will have .a

be installed to remedy the sit. style show. Mrs. Roy Watkins:and the Brownie Girl Troop at their t''V i

;. granted to you uation. Mrs. James Cook are chairmenfor weekly meeting last Tuesday, Nov.proms 'V'V1Y11 !

Williams said yesterday that t this"event and they i 22. The girls who met require-

( Not only on Thanksgiving Day theater level in the lake haa I to stage a beautiful and interest, ments were: Angela Aiken, Sally J

dropped considerably during the! ing show. Several exclusiveshops ladies:, Ann Brannon, Sharon Brannon. I

absence of rain over the past(t in Gainesville win sponsor Gail Christoffers, Deborah Hawes. -

But all the'year through.S. few weeks, and that the'chang this event. The date will be announced .Martha Kuykendall Sara Lou :

ing situation would necessitate a L later' : O'Connor Debbie Ridaught, Ker- {

survey before a recommendation I ry Shackleford Karen Williams ,,, >;

could be made.Councilman and Geraldine Yoho. 4fl'- "
E. MCKAYRealtor Appraiser' Bill Beam voiced on an interesting television pro'After the investure service, the
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objections to the current method t gram on Channel 5 from Gaines. new Brownies were treated to

of garbage collection in Keystone!I ville. Mrs. Newman, the former!. lemonade and cookies by the I f : .

Associates Mrs Melba Ilgcn, and Mrs. Irene Brault Heights, whereby 'property owners ..1 Dot Christoffers, is a portrait t; other girls in the troep. There are V: ,

Phones 3Q7J 2051 2391 4151 are required to set their garbage .. painter of some, renown aroundthese I now' 22 girls in the Brownie

cans'onthe street for pick. parts. Not only was she on, Troop 229.Rummare.

up service. He saidthis; constituted .. TV but a long line of her portraits Sale Success

an eye-sore and( that publicreaction : were also on display. Many The annual Rummage Sale by '. ".,.,
to .the present systemwas L local people recognized some 01'the the Community Church Women

not good. subjects. We were sorry we i, was a success in every way and
Beam moved that Ordinance! didn't know about it ahead oan f Rummage Sale Chairman Helen .

24 be rewritten. to include I time, so we could report on it; Warren wants to thank all members -

up-to-date plan" of garbage col. more accurately. We were engrossed -, of the other churches for -..-.-. .- '-171OJ
lection and the matter wa referred in a "thriller" when our, their contributions and all the wTHE STERING WitiiKNES Hen s 4oe flsat a .. tte.- ,-. ..

to the committee on laws,, son came home from the neighbors ladies of the Community Church : : OVERTO. WELCOME YOU W' 4 daDbi fate c&ak lsxset tb. r

rules, and ordinances. shouting "Hey, Dot Chris. for their help. wider tat a tec*of m fa* ..*-**I T' easiq /,

Lacy Conway of Starke was I toffers is on Channel 5!" and. we! Supper Bazaar Coming Up -L 1MV4V1 +eb oar k a&shoe h te fi ra or WL .

given permission to continueoperating promptly switched in time to see i Next Weekend -v The drama ealir new Thaal f and fat KfH b tom'

a flying school at the! enough! of the interview to.'know The Keystone,Heights Woman's g L, to the Thondenxrd tnujfttMi IB KttjicL eM Il' "

Keystone Airpark which had I that Dot made a fine appearance,, Club again reminds us that they x. h 1 preserves *1 Ac featorts AoC .er 'JfI.'dedird .

ILLINOISWhen been held up pending clarifies. was poised, gave an, Interesting: are holding a delicious Ham supper V I : the daaaie "Tbaadericd aye lid .J& fJ!
commentary her work 8trlin& the fbur-fasaeager/ kzvy, figs faaarp"w _
'(Continued on text Page) on and: on Thursday evening. Dec. 1, I
belied the fact .thatVshe'had wie, the sports car aBd peef+xas." t
......, as at the Club House. The Annual t i E.
think of Springfield think of Abraham
you yon she said "butterflies." Bazaar will }) :held at the club J At the gene time, tbe ""':"' .l In acB ,.-
Lincoln. The present huge State Capitol building wasn't where they had to tear the pa Brownie Troop 229 News house on Fridays Dec. 2, withrri find ill she Swing.A_,. Wbed k rc8e+::&d tbroiigl". -4

begun until after Lincoln's death, bat the old Capitol, per off the wall to make room" Eleven girls were invested, i luncheon at'noon' The ladies < das Bniqoeiy new kcrary ear. At&aSariQ3VG
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for all the people In the halL IZIC war

now used as a courthouse is rich in Lincoln associa- Bin. Few Entertains. ag
tions. The only home "Lincoln ever owned is now maintained Wednesday 'mornIng, Nov. 16,, 16..a Sr.ia; .. lIIJ.... l brim yo..Tfanaderbird:yrit! K fa fcg bet. A te:
by the state as a memorial. The Lincoln tomb Mrs. William Few entertained at ME DECORATING SHOPIn ft*....*of fc.+i. IMOftoU COT.M O foal fIf f .. rz. k nJ'" fporr I
her home on East Lakeview Drive aadaroS..Co.dil.owroid.laiad.a Power Steering. sal new bG r Fewer ) r--_ '
is two miles north of the Capitol: Some twenty miles for two friends who-are moving ..--..eder'r......,ao,mo.iro IIimtIarrl e lepaeat CJllfJIItI1f r Thim M!,. .
Wiggins Building Keystone Heights p.__".l\Ioeoa di... *f..ors. I .mi hd w. ,-
from this month. .
northwest of,Springfield is New:;Salem the reconstruction away Keystone ... bY' '.i .. :
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of the. village, where, Lincoln lived as a youth. 'It was a lovely, ,,morning- cot t!( --- -..
fee for Mn. Joe PawlikdwsW
PAINTS ANDPAINTING
and Mrs. Herbert 1 Sargent )
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THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Pew In pouring the coffee or hot t ---ii .-- -. :

cider, and'serving the doughnuts V

cake and cockles,'Guests included 1 i,
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all the wives) of DuPont employees Samples

MEMBER F.DJ.C. as well as-other good friends oi r :
A Friendly Bank.in A Friendly Community the two honor guests. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ,
Fla.' We Do Papering and Painting
Heights
Keystone IPort, : >Fintr ,
Appears On TV 'I
FREE Estimates phone Keystone 4503 206 W. MADISON ST. :
Tuesday evening Nor, 15. :Mrs STARKE, FLA.
Chuck Newman was, .Interviewed t
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.. ..mmmtnm.mr..a Benedict Finzer of Keystone- TRINITY, EPISCOPAL: blinds in each,;of the- classrooms 1 I I been,stationed r>."' '. '.with;j..hef, : Marines' t.' ; Later,they enjoyed a hayride' and 1 Green, andMr.-and3irs.H E. '.
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Street ProblemsFace Heights were among the guests at CHltiCH. MELfeOSF was completed;last Saturday, Mr. :and 'are ta be transferred. WSouth&Carblina. marshmallow roast. Chaperones Bigha ; Jrfalsp. acg ... <.the
KEYSTONE mutual Sundays 10 a. m., Church and Mrs. James Tem- .' '- "",;.', ".
a stork shower for their Hobbs said: The new blinds-,- refuktlng were Rev: group "?SiHIE -
at SchooL! 11:15 ajn., )1Q%'n1ng.Ptaxer and Mrs. Howard Douglas. ; ; '; ,.;:. ;:;.:
friend Mrs. Michael Gilhooley ple
-jlFlrrt.iSimday : the. ate> old<< .&? .. ..... y..iI I .
HIGHLIGHTS Sermon .
and .
St, Ff.wardt Hal1 in Starke on .Twenty guests enjoyed the party .. '-.c. ;...;-
Keystone installed 1939 \ .
.' Episcopal lighting system in
Communion) p.m. ,
Thursday evening Nov. 17. Holy The Brooker Baptist Intermediate. '
VYVYVVVVVVYVYVYVVTVVVVYV Members of the DuPont staff Young ChtuchZ111L. //.' will both '1 e p save' pupils' eyesight" -1 I BlOOlER : Sunday School Class 'enjoyedbawling i o BRIGHT ........ 't.J.T .i>t l' 'Cheo

(Continued from Preceding Page) and their wives are anticipatinga Holy Days W' *: nt,' Holy duririgj&chool hours.. .- Ji.' in Gainesville and a i I way you: write. C iae W1 idtiol;
i CouncilContinued ,. 'II" ,- "
City Christmas dinner dance at the Communion. > 6i deck: llelttng 'By.. SlOrley Oreea: weiner roast at the home of Mrs. I left .your favoriteFountal ES ft. ,
Xve Es- ,
Maria by Soprano Breyfojte, "
[ from Preceding Page\ ] lovely telle'Bisb e. Also the solo part of Holiday: for Inn Saturday in Gainesville evening,,scheduled Dec. Vicar.The 'Rev. Millard H. : The-' ;'executive. cominttee-- of theHi 1 l.......-*'ajA.'t' 'IBr'&.....'...Jos.......WAj' 'Doris Lloyd Kelley Dya1 Saturday'Mr. and night Mrs. A.Mrs.1*'I a .Pen. tEt: ):9.IS: Y.: ,.
Pre- iptoB" PTA w i1 tQeTTjiesda"y '
"O,Holy Night by Thomas r. .
tion of Council's liability in the vost. The Community invited.. 10. ,Fritb PresbyUrIa'r 'atteru9si-,=btov; : .:'25;ira; .p.-,au. F'_]. Gt- Andi ewB: 'Jacksonville -- .c' --.--

matter. Union Thanksgiving ServiceAt I John Busch of Cincinnati! was a Church 3Ielrosft' .. discuss the_prograJn"; :acid meeting, ;! |\1s1ted1 ';'pareiiW. ..1h:. and Mrs. i '. ,

Attorney :Myron Prevatt reported 10 a. m. "on Thanksgiving'I guest last Friday.of Mr..Mr.and Busch'is Mrs. Joe. Daurer travel- i Sunday sen1 jces-church J qol;.1 date for- ...the. December. ....."";PTi: -meet' t f Chest.. t": ndteV. : ; over. the week-:- .j, f.,:. ..-
that Conway has an agreement : the: mo"oSP '.atendk'- .d Jr -,1 4Mrs. .
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Day the Community Church will 945 'a Worsh1fta.m. \ } Al.. ..... Wle. .'. ; j.
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with the Civil Air Patrol '' ing with Mr. Daurer in South i.'tam "iwo ;'rneetirig'a'esectlon"ot 'l 1 e \' f. '. -'
be host to all local churches at a' : Rev. James R. Neale'jjrj'pai-; December ,. : \ne
whereby he is actually their Union Thanksgiving Service. Re- Florida this week. .** :J.. I officers'fbT the''10Ri i'' ::>Sh1rle1.Overturf' and
agent and training their students. presented will be the parishoners tor. year w ;"" n /** err{,! daughters.:Jrf!Tampa yislteC. her

He said the city would not be and clergy of the First Baptist St. WU1l JD'. Cathode Chapel FIRST 5IETIIODIST' CHURCH 'I $imlaad Center Openh Use parents Mri'ahdUrsi'L. L. Parker. -
liable under this arrangement. Church St. Anne's Episcopal Keystone BrirfeU J' it.tEU1hsz I,"" Co".f1 t l :Y*.f m 4 iAl.UtApehte sevexat .daysTast wejek.Mrs.W .
8:30 ;. ,_, )-tt.1 i' Kgham, Jr. attended '
Councilman Williams reportedhis at Parkof Sunday Mass at : a. m. 1Dperitrduhc a Snd airing .E5 4
the
Church, and chapel : '
committee's recommendation Holyday Mass'at 7:00: a. a. Sunday, 9:45 a. nvr ,fhvlCh "V1\\'Gaiestftl ieM'U1: f toe'tTTA'Odnvexitf E-in'Tampa. t't
Millard : "
the Palms. Rev. Brey- School for "alj-ages.n; a.'in:; ? .
that a five-foot sidewalk be constructed the Tuesday Mass M 8:00:: a. m. 8a''" ;ul'T.: 21"' :holds ,last we' ,
will
fogle of St. Anne's give aflernppn
on the south side of the W. McLean Confessions before aH Masses. Morning )YQrsh1P6:," p. nt- ,!nmch'mtere5t: hefet'.since nes&Jy Ki: idrM 1,'Wjlson Green and
Rev. Irwin ;
sermon. -
Western Auto building as an aid I'will read the President's Procla- Baptisms, marriatre and'Instructions Youth' feUowship'Wednesday "' : Bible, fsp resJden&bf ttfeTHatoBfon'arci daugl Wr: $: ; .Mh Sirij::;Mrs.- Alex
7:30 m
Co too by: appointment. : p W1t1i ,'arid'.s?n and Mr and
_preventing cars parking will offer --ik fre' i i 1oyed"th ie. ; ;
entire
mation. The group Study and Ieetirig. "
close and the gayer > : ; :Mrs. .lUUan-.Green--alCI.-son. werewekenja7&uests
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damaging building. thanks together. t..t1\i o S a-ghD'd redaiLv Jack,ai.1
( nRSTBAFftSTCBURC8 llev. ,'efl'bpriiiger... : i ol and Mrs.tzars .
Council'accepted the recommendation Frolic For Young PeopleOn : '. fo r.VTV -t:'oV hkf.. center*ijtntont ? (; Mr. t
with the stipulation that Friday evening, Nov. 25, at KEYSTONE HEIGHTS t. T1ytT.t .Y.YTf 'tide' ''t+srs'.1tBratcttf : flCSreen.Ttey': helped Mr-

cost of the sidewalk would be 7 o'clock, the Young People of the J. R. Smith pastor Ralph .* .# sTt f trlrs: pat"* 1rsS. : i. Greeiceletirate'\ his birthday oh
paid by the owner Dr. D, M. toa 'ri f..pya1.: r' ''Mrs Sunday :. .
Community Church will' hold a Copeland Minister of Music and "A .Mt.
Chriatoffers. Holiday Frolic in the Educational church 'organistServices I 'M 1D-1$ tbnful;'ml1e$,. ,'Mrs.. ,.'iiubrey. .nea"ll:I -,;lifilNancyr Headley of- Pitts-
"''A request. from White Feather,:, Building for all teen-agers in the : Sunday SchooL 9:45a. : .. : m.Ql.ir5.dC?; ; t..o!. '"ette1t':)1i's.: Bohnestle1"4onC5 (bufg. Pati.WsSpJanice Wietsma 5'E
Court for erection of a flashing "y Belts .':Hffln of Piotapeino'BeacWand Miss.IJn- ; C
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community There will be a small I m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. "' "t + 5--.
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Neon sign was referred to the : y n, students at
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admission charge of Esc which I Training Union 7 p. m. Evening uaaaauL,4arUA/AaAfA aa A1enn aS, w.t .F1"nJ.
street committee for investigation will be for the benefit of the A- services 8 p. m. ...&.. ... .. ,..... :;,. Thomas, ranrs' .J Southern .College in Lakeland
and report. merican Bible Society. "Make church worship a family Council: Discusses* FarkJtg; >ilrs.' I.'',t. Lott; Mr::.J and were ;itee' weekend guests of Mr '.".

fin a special meeting held Tuesday Meeting Cancelled Revenue t nereases !Mrs:: .' t l tty'Mr/find ,iw.t}'. and' Mrs- Earl Qreeh and family. I,

night, this week Council The regular Wednesday evenin r COMMUNITY CHURCH Various taX stofiacreaseucityreyenu F., Wotfrwl'{ "Kennefti' '$}r* & MHfsfc1: v'* Haaen of Starke ,t '- .
purged the registration books in meeting of the Bible Study Grout i KEYSTONE HEIGHTS' |Wf isiissed:rb> cnp-> ,alph"plersaH.; ." ;Mrs Bbrothy .visitedlsir.: :and.;Mrs.. Henry So- .
I preparation for the Dec. 6 town Dr. A. ton ti- Council 'in :*, Ill: Richardson rofell' (act:..peek: : ..: '.. .'.
will not be held this week. This is I C. Holt Minister H.. FJones;. Mrs ---- '"
election and appointed auditors... a Community Church'Organization. Mrs. J. L. Hetherington meeting. at. .3be' ..citl._ 4' hall;..!Thins. Clyde tS.Mrs.! W.,A.'Sftxon, Mr. and{ '3'Its: Lejand& Brown" of rMEALTHFUL. ..\.:,:..:.. .
for the... annual audit. Organist and Choir Director. !pay night Nov. Tli\ -*a :Mrs. R. H. Parker Mrs., Oscar I IEstes Gfainesyme" ;Sited t Mr, and. MrsT. -' .,.,..,..

,Personals Sunday School, 9:30: a., m. Morn Approximately' $100 "more, per :) ,. Mjrs.\; Dan ..Joh>son, ., 'WxJ4 keundajr, afternoon.*. : :
month is needed id;:keep vfi tire'Efth'el and" t ;Mt$;and/ frs. >Dewey.Fowler: _:: /" '
HEALTH FACTS. Bruce Prevatt was home from ing Worship 11:00.a. m :! tldvreli; .Mis'. : .Anten, V v
Emory-at-Oxford on Nov U-13 services nov b 1nf'cayriefc but.'by ;M."IL "" ''I<
weekend. He brought with him /rnm..mtmvYYY the;city. It teas 'esfimattd; : and ,.:.Sunday's;.open house/event Included Do&11i]! :.?resiattt,last'Sunday.:
that will save you time man hours : utilities'lsbeiig Mr.* and',Mrs.. John Bass and
.his friend Miss India Dinkins of a city tax on 'considered I tours of',many'oftheTgsi-.
gnd needless suffering; Atlanta, Ga. Jim Barnawell of' .MELROSEContinued to raise, : i&e} ipepmetr, ; .dential'buildings lor!.various ages, der ighter!oT' jCJalnesyille'' Lvisi d
I In accident cases chiropractic : One necessary, prefect- "whichneeds" MTV and Mrs.: .Sam Smith' and
Palatka was the weekend guest of I dining' ; and kitchen facilities\ ,
cots beyond the usual routine examination :Bruce's brother Myron Prevatt, ..y- y.yy.yyyyyyyy.yy.. .' .financing In the; near future S hool and pqcupationaitherapy Mrs..M rr sqe WjiEngham' Saturda1a2tthiiQ f
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by locating nerve pres- 'Jr. The group enjoyed the Gator ([ from preceding page) is the:j-emoval l'or unsafe.oak trees Iw'fldingsV chapel 'symniasram. : d.: I IMr&
sure. The healing and recuperative 'Growl the Homecoming Football withiri the city limits.: ) Many ot and the _n'iirhere"'ittercKah: ;:: .,Mary Green returnedTvfesdaly I

power of the body dependson game and a dinner party on Sat I The couple will reside In Mel'ose. the trees, whose ,,breaches' are disc made bfJfie-; ch11dr n', on. Baiter' a: month's visit .]

a nervous system! free to urday night. I School News 1 widespread>> ;an jr \\a, $> 'liesn}", ale sale. Refreshments: i w&etLio e with;hei' soil and. daughtarrln-: 'Modern oil heat is.comptetelYIreefrom i9jJ '
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function. unimpaired by nerve ; <: laW .1.kI" -Mtdl'J9.k EmkstonMd no .I : ;
Bruce Prevatt will not be home The Junior Class rotted.'untu oriOy $ shellf.gie. : ved, to'Ule -guests..: ; : ,
play
pressure. Only your Chiropractor again until Christmas as he'plans.. was pre- trunk. remain{ ;: Ince" "6aCkr have E Employees f rom'.TIampfoh; 'work in See'Spring: ; : toxic fumes dangerous to health Even plart'tfand ( .'
ijs trained to locate find remO'enm'e sented Saturday night, a three no tap: 'bu\\ ,:3iig; -die 141CDavid ;.f Valdosta j
to spend Thanksgiving "vacation root, .flniy' =sp}readji with-the children in these raviolisepaeitiesep : ; pets live better in a' home 'equippedSfi;
pressure thus restoring act comedy directed by Mrs. Sue surface roots/"they '\jparticfiEr. State'Cbtlege' Vsldo ta; Ga. was
with Miss 'India Dinkins' family ; \ ; ; '$ |n :'special'niantenance ;! automatic '
bjealth In the shortest possibletime. fn Atlanta. Murphy. }ly vuners% J9" ii wings!:; "'JU' ;, training !and at: $ tkrul.); ;; ;.giiest'of Mr. and OIL -IEATOil heat provides acony; :

Like father, like son: Peter The Student Council has elec- t though 'wjnas: **recelvedKere' : !,'dor- teFldantaoTk.: Mrs..: %:feii':'Slpboyid, and family. 'stant,. clean, comfortable. .heat t automatical!!
,. Does your buarance policy pro- log Tiurricane. "PonnV? ps8 X11) ] Personas .Mr indtMrs-ATlain and'Mrs. :
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Conneen aged 21-2 caughthis .
yrs. ted officers for the with variations7orV i :
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yWe for Chiropractic care? We year. I caused'; minMflfliaV mini Rid' Qi ,Archer .visited Mrs.. Man no unhealthy temJ5erat. re ., .
first fish on Sunday Nov. 20 ,>1trJ;: .' c.-tDlr'' of St.', .Louis? ** i' Sf? : *w"4
'ill be glad to check your policy In Keystone Lake. He is the son They are: President Sandra Rid- ]' lir'rbs,' J g pointeQ' i M|>... is visiting.here.wjth.:JjtrM pdt .i ; :H
for* you. of Mr and Mrs. Ed Conneen.Mr. aught: Vice President, Joe Pete ti8e' rotted"tretis''ne; mbved:' tfoithey ..,J 'c-'pannQ'n..Mrs/SJory. : isMIV ; ,:btr: uidirsr'Jo1thChamberlinpf : l :-, ,iO -.',
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Employees are eligible for ChJrjopractic I and Mrs Joe Pawlikowski Angle; Secretary Ellen Scottand;,(; cause tuldgspread., ; "llama t e:; Cannon's. i 1sttr.iliud'3jrs.Arthiu.3laddox ; Perth Aiisttalta ;and SgL and :', ':,
care under Workmen'stompensatlon children, and Mrs..Pawlikow- Treasurer Martha Scott: Class Durln "tJi las tfO''ft'Oarsat pf f fern- Orleans! 3Ds.. Ri.1: It.-.:Bigbam,af..Gainesville ',.' -, .

Law. Be sure to land' mother, Mrs. Mary Smulski) representatives are: Sara Baldwin t jree whoVtrees'-. havijfalienatej f! 14. We. ekend Csta .at tte rsgt.,Bi granr ::1S.'oo;:! 'j. ate': .for. a. I( ; : : [ tf' ; -:" ko1 mf;
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request Chiropractic care. I the: t"-ir '" i Jjif- t : ferncliroin; : SundstdrnvGreenlan I ,."N- :2-.N- J ( t. YI J. :-.J ..
will leave for their Kenneth Tomlinson. Carson John- especwjjr :dangerpua! '
For Information new home in wins. 4ilLr"'r'v Cannons.last,wtek.ir' j : : : : : : : ;:'.:' :
., Contact The Tennessee this weekend, try. Sue Dull, Donald Williams, when"heavy---* at : ; 1i ]:idin er guests ..or 'Mr..
as wellas ,. l el t eSunda9 band
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Mr and Mrs. Herbert Sargent Elaine Samson. Jeanette Ahfanp, rnotsy'..pracach's n"J'D1aJV1J1emt : for Homestead for sfveiraj .ija y ;. & viH ; }am'Jr:
Dr. H t.G.; Bollinger and son, Jeff. Mr. Sargent and Larry Strawn, Mike' Lawrence, ('.p. iea"'N: ;u.., "l
Mr. Pawlikowski are due to reportat Lynda Strickland, and Dale Fal- T? si4ep Qf ,, mmn "are. espeuy ilz--laW.} : Efrs iE htEdaards'entertain- '

; the DuPont Johnsonville Planton t, lin. urged' Waterut t It :Jerry! ,' anse. ,;eop-jof..!?; and ecf> for.lier' daiugliter'Patsy\ ; on her I: Qf If4D i9nR, pufTrl'!1 .\ ,,, .

Chiropractic Offices. Dec. 1. They all hate to leave o Students making the 'Honor regular meetlS! ? 4r a"bS! V C u> Mrs., Bill Kanseo! is' hpproneve slxtltp1hdap.r; ritli'a.party: at"the'Cod ., T. C. Hazien Jr. r '.:
128. K. University Ave ialnesville 'as bad as their friends hate tc:; Roll for the last six weeks period cl| : Tuesday eventn* pee..;6,. at l'' ; ':from ;fie "navy.rntil 'alter i iI 'i 1p tccut4Fridayalter.; ''f"" ':t'_,. ,
4 ; 730 the -cil 'hari egpre P on. ty:guests .tFei'o; present SINCLAIROft(' J>.RtBLJroW'.. t
.. 46Valnut, St. Starke. see them go. were Second grade: Beverly ; at w i T'katksgt} I ng;J'Day. 'Je'has, been > j :#' "
... Mrs. George Schaeffer and Mrs. Strickland, Clifford Yarbrough, thjiropinions it'hiertasin-g i-city.; statieuect,.at .Gjreat .'I2kes. Jfavals ; tabelt: Pxi?y celebrate. ;. Freeman Register" John .A. T p Sundaychcol .Parties1hejI ;
Lynn evenue"; And ot"suitet d'leaiirto h4T .
Sturdivant Madalyn W i- r Tr enter. i.Mrs.Margie jliinofa' ,: .
n STORM DOOM horst and Teena Rothhammer.. eke the budget 1a4ee.' iid'Stt)1) : Pprisit, rvAS- ? ; rDQlcepBaptist: YoungPebble'g'biuid9tyrSehool '. GULF: OIL PRODUCTS'i" *
COST Third! grade Martha Mathews, necessary city services. ; Class' wasenterEaiae K. G. : : Jerome' '
: .. to.radfor4, county' usptal inarkc ,:Saida': ,night I wltlip Duncan ., Johns OI i1 5Co/
EHCLOSURES Lonnie Selph Connie, Morris, haaksgivlD"Semee t :, test :weekend. ,following .a 1 : STANDARD THILtiPS '66 "
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:si9 NQ 0 Gerry Teske, and Chiistine A'special 13iarikiglying- service <*?"; "' j "chlclEen.itoiarbeclie'ati.thp; :! > < : J homeof'aud ; ."" i it4.:- ;i r -1 ; -. t *i % i 7**t< -- 11 V ".**. -WA? ,

Brantley. will be held at Hampton; Baptist .Mrs,.J.V. Horaef Ira:'.RW-? ..,.rli,..._..__.;..!Mrs. ... ">...Fred. McDavid." .. ',:}j \

WITN ONE OF Fourth grade:' Diane Addison, Church! 'T W' (jay, awniflg.Thanksgiyjng !$ i arkadale l : .Y. rejd lpcks vm _- .... .. -. ...-, s... ,. ... ; -,."" -
Scooter Hulen Phyllis Odom. ( pay at. ,.p::: m. |tors n 71turscay'} t fast..week. .t ,1t .C
1 Brenda Simmons,. Maria Yar-. Everyone 'is invited ,to'uttnd.Harapion VMpranMrKtpBfad 1 : cy'Ii!dr jt, : ',, ,
TF bough. Elementary, : work: ,feegVn last .week'oti: I &: rlew I ;,\? ', : .(PIJJ.'Ef.E TPI lTY tl' 'es, nineuthe Ies s,.reah'sa!! r a. -,,' :,\'
Fifth grade: Lloyd Baldwin, |las)Thanks jlyinff;Jlolidir; r4n.pfo9g fn tt to .east; partQf; ;; 1Jaf : '.. '.
Hill Angle 'David "Gabord[, Judy Students at; iampteD Elej3icnarySchool' | e Wflna4rson. prortr',on.iiun ntvt-, t

i 4i ') ,_ .i 'FEEXtSLE.' SNATTEIFIQOFMADE BITTER, EAST EONCEt Sapp, janis Wodey Marline' havea: two-ilay holiday; ; St.31r; ,and! irs:Bta lep t""r'p and: f.'.. ?!. --WATER: HEATJN
4 Odom. tlli$ week .jor Thanks5iving-,-:with children: Hyingn; at i
; ? Justcut a tt. !! are. 1 Clarke :
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r. Sixth grade: David Brantley, Thursday and Friday iof; ;Then PEW"-" 'I \ : .._. \lieu\odcm\ .tra)"for modem day ti :, -
William Harris Robert McGuire tbcre.yifl be only three fnll'>: eeks ;iMr.jttrd'I s, a1..Brant slid .

b. >Evaas Spires, Sandra Parks, of ichppl before# ,the Christmas Homer drove to Live: Oak 131P1:, --- .r
9r, b Barbara Vacation R'lileh begtos terscho1 .
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Weghorst.
to .vfeit-iheir l : & n1n-1a"- arid
Seventh grade: Sara Baldwin, 5 ..Fri day..I .,u..J'.Im.us: djuhter.i' Mr. :and' lira ,pamoa

la4 Ninth glade: George Wodey turn to classes,' !again in Bradford' \ Na 4p ajndYr3Idj_ n.r '
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ti thwlits Mary .Bujh .P.en5c. 'Jjllt"f l Scott. County, on '('Heyday, Jan.: 3, i :an9 .Irs;; parJs.Jj: ) } rJ i .
t I TerAh, grade]: jCarol Rothham- matahg 11 school l days off Iorttie n\CJ{ jjaijghters. arc 'visttjng here, ;

1I I rIPer,'Jiar.garet"SJade: Elaine' Sam Christinas holidays, according'J. to. tiif?J:wEek: rviti'leer parents .Mrta I
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.. Virginia Fora C..EIobbs'princtpal' & .ur 4J;: ")wnllams, asd ramLW -1 1nt I $. I
Twelfth grade: Sandra Rid- Venetian: Blinds Installed : :Ji.4.! ; t .. 4 r have"it ; -'

ST;\IKE BUJLDERS SUPPLIES .I.aught. ,Maria: Griff in..Car Hansen Installatiori""of new', "-Venetian.... .' efft.ht\PllJo'mJ l a, whp .]lehasi :

W. 1 'aaltlnl tip. St. Starke, "Fla. Lynda Strickland. .. .. Jt"' ,,, 1'. ._ ,.". -_ I
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'. ." -.,ft !l utpeany a\ i 'meal; Tier' pesos.. .'. .,leas meat shrinkage too. You'll .(.

With enrne tjri t i : } n as ,., y : Pd' fiHS.I. ': '/. \ -' lYw; 'B tBjw i eoolir,cleajJQi.lotct .l ro the.fingertip,controls thai.pUni! '\:.. '

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mudg enjoy iing pilot ligbi worry f
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yee So Easy..Anyone Can Do It r.r a : : t, jargffiihrho use lots of hot water I femllies switched to electric( water 1Ind

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Women's Society of Christian -

Service met Tuesday eve-

J 1with Mrs. O. Bumgarner. .
After a short business session the

study of "One' World, One 'Mis- % /
,1 n" was resumed. Mrs. Bun-
garner presented :the closing chapters "
in an interesting .manner.
Delicious refreshments were .served
by the teas.Membem present November 23rd 8:00' P.M. ,
were Mrs.' A. H. : d ,: ,
d.1 W. Robert Mrs. : ,"; ',; '. : ',;..::1-.
MrsJrC.Tye.. Mrs. -..
son, Mrs. ,P. I*, "
fle Miner, biro 1#. E. : ;

Miss' alt.Enza.Lawter Blanchard.Home l ,- : : \ Tornadoes Bolles ,
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The tion dub importance met and vs. ?

cf milk, fresh canned, "
non-fat milk were' : i .'<' .

Chocolate were served with pudding'the'''' ,l : BRADFORD' 'MEMORIAL 1 ii PARK

yourself sandwiches. .. .. ;
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ttnding were Mrs.J. C. .- .- ; -, .. .
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Eugene Lee Mrs. A- '
Mrs. H. C. Wainwright
Enza' Blanchard.Mrs. I ..
M. L. Turner I Home Games Ouf-Of-Town Games
nesday to Friday in
because of the serious'

for grandson a few who days was,We.-in 16 Starke 13 Macclenny 13 .. September 30 Starke 20 Jeauit 13

he able has,to be not at completely.home] ag 23 Starke 19 Woodbine Ga.. 0 .' October 7 Starke 26 P. K. Yonge 6

of Mr.'Lake and Butler Mrs..were 3- It, 4 Starke 28 Fernandina 0 October 14 -;,! Starke 18 Pal atka 7

tors of Mr. and- Mrs.,' I
nett. i mhp-.. 93 .9fnrL-A 25 C.vaon Cnva 1 Q _. October 28 '. .: Starke. 20 Live Ok R

:A very: : pleasant .* : ; h."B: ;; .
miscellaneous shower I 1. h. ... November 11 - Starke 7 Santa Fe 0 I Ii
Mrs: Bobby Bennett f
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eldine Starling whose .
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Larry Norman.will "
the near future.
conteststhe honoree Y .\ ,
many !lovely gifts Cake : .. ., J-;: ,.-,_ '" ,
were served And 'J- \
present-- About 35 : si., AtpI""rAl.A '" ,' "
1 ; "of
this occasion.: Among
of town were Mr.: and ; s ,
Starling, and Mr. and I -

Starling of Burney Maccltnn9.Lwerett ; >< -'At Gate $1.25 -- Student Tickets Purchase d at School Day or Game All Children Grades 1 thru 4 FREE If Accompanied By Parents

Jacksonville were

tors of MrsGeorgiaim. K -,. .
L. C. Gangue and ;. ,
Burney werp married Best Wishes To The Team'A_ Good Team Like The Tornadoes Deserves Mow 'Em Down, Tornadoes! ,
Ga. on Friday, Nov. :
que Will-'ia'a daughter of : RITCH'S FRUIT & GIFT SHOP Our Support SHUFORD'S STANDARD SERVICE
Bumey'of Starke
tfyl;reside in Starke. GIFTS POTTERY NOVELTIES MERRILL EDWARDS CITY CLERK STATION. :
c.Mrs..L. ,H. HID and J, AND ., '
Harley were visiting-- ,
Nelson' Blocker' in J ; .

day" ,afternoon. PreSent' Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On! .. Compliments i 01STXRKEBUILDERS -' Best' Wishes From
Mrs.:Ralph,] t...,.. ,_ .,. ,''. j '- '-'i";,' ... ., ,." .: J
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Mrs. Allen Nolan of COMMUNITY STATE BANK '
: SUPPLIES Inc. -
attended the funeral : -. r.. BROWNLEE & C HA STEEN
cle: R; t;: Oriffis.-'and > : STARKE I' .v '
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and Mrs J. Tt '
.a'-'Harley..family. MEMBER F.D.I.C. ,

,* Mrs.'; G.. L. I t ... ,. We're Proud' To, Be Tornado .Boosters! t ?
Best Wishes
Team .
ton .
' vsited] < her son- J ..
daughter, M}'.,and' Best Wishes From ., -
and'chiklrtn.S; : .,:,:. .. : LAWSO MARKET WILLIAMS JEWELRY, ', i' ,

Lee's' mother, Mrs. '' FLORIDA THEATRE : .. Authorized Bulova & Elgin Dealer -
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EXPERT'
WATCH REPAIR
on' Sunday. MOVIES ARE BETTRIt THAN EVER '.. i '
Mrs., Addle Hinote ',- SILCOX CITIES SERVICE '
been visiting her A'q" Best Wishes To The Team ,
Phillips,has'returned '
in, Miami: Let's' Support The Tornadoes Come On Out And Boost Our Team! TERWILLEGAR MOTORS ', .
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Mr; and Mr.. tJL: L. ," ,
and< Mrs. ,Wayne. YOUR... -.AUTHORIZED FORD. DEALER -
daughter of : Let's The Stands For Tonight's Game" .
Mrs.Donn. 'Chltty and STARKE TELEPHONE CO. Fill 'I

Starke.; and' Mr. ,. !. rs .. .', i ." TUCKS'AyTO. ..CAFE i ,
and sister. Mix Support The Tornadoes ,With Your Presence i
,and.Miss Lola,Chitty i .
CURB SERVICE AIR CONDITIONED '- _
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cpent Sunday it I : ,, : Good Luck "tornadoes! :..:', : .' ," ,
Chitty'and-daughter .- , .
this week with the '\ ..; Best Wishes. FromBARKSDALE'S
Henry, Bennett of :'STARKE RADIO & TV ;.', :; ,', ,
la visiting Mr; and f i .
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DEPJ. TORE
8>nnett.' '1_. H. '
and Gary Intend to I Best Wishes From .,I' ,
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wk hunting:
Gordon Bryant ; ', Pest Wishes To The Team .

spent:the weekend. : tr ."....\- v .' Compliments ot "' I DENMARK FURNITURE CO.'
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Mrs. Donn.
: STARKE SHOE SHOP.
Mr.:and Mrs.. D. t
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Ed Durban4 in -, .' iSMTTTY'S BARBER SHOP .
were < 123 S. Walnut St.r. .. :. ,' ., I
day visiting Mr. .. ".' '- / -.f4.,"..1 t Jf'- .'. ', !
ter and son-ia-law, Compliments Of I
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a. J. Bpyette and t. t I
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the ter. week Mrs. Durban with the, Come On Out And Boost Our Team! J..: :,:.,. Best Wishes From *v'EDWAR&'S BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH .
turned, home with : : 1 ''*, '
NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY PPLI'ES
Miss :Betty : : GROCERY & MARKET_ SCHOOL S _

sonville 'spent ,the Be. Sure'If Its : .
You Can Westinghouse : i ) .
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her parents. Mr. and .L. 1 -' i' '
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Crawford. '. Tornadoes' Support The Tornadoes With Your Presence
A A Good Team Like The .
Mrs< Alice! Mullls .. -
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'- Deserves Your Support ,
tox, home :
the .of Mr. ,
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Let's Fill The Stands For Tonight's i ,
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,, Barer STARLINGS : *: :
after
Vema1 D. Johns,a in ,, _- WEs-\t"RN'*\ ASSOCIATE. 0iJf STORE VOLLEY, -."

Beach: ACE ELECTRIC SERVICE, INC. + v : GROCERY & MARKET
..Mr.and; Mrs- 'St* '
and.t inUr of ; ELECTRICAL) CONTRACTORS ; .t.. :; x ; !f *, ')}H Esc. ry od y Out For-- The- Big Game! .,, .

visitin: the Otis THERE'S NO iMATCH FOR ELECTRICITY! ,'. ( ,

Sunday.Mr. ,Best Wishes;, Tornadoes! ,r.
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.'-and Mrs. : "', FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT CO. '
wood announce the.. *,Bring'Home The Bacon, Boys!. )tr; .
Lake b' '
daughter !in .J i7
.on Nov. 13. Mrs. r: ," Best Wishes From f THE WASHETERIA '
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formerly Miss L KOCH DRUG ST'aR'. E ', ; ,',::7, i GEM JEWELRY .' 9.
.of ,Mr. and : t .:
daughter ; -V--. N. L. WOODBURN
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Nonnftn. Mrs.' Carl The House Of Fine! Diamonds !
Mr. and Good Luck Tornadoes! ,
t I
Starke Leading Jeweler ,
in Ocala Sunday : : t Compliments Of 4
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Evelyn Norman and- i. "* '
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TORODE & HARDY NEW
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and Mrs. J.. C; : ,
family. STARKE. HARDWARE CO. *, *- Best Wishes Team' !
Mrs. spurgeori bf _. I' :! AND USED CARS '

or guest at a,:stork, SPORTING GOODS -. ....,: ;. ; THE FARMERS SUPPLY j '- -* :
home of Mrs.'- : t \i : < I
I : 4 Best Wishes
..Thursday r : To The Team
.. < ,; '., .
played baby bingo .
The Tornadoes-With Your Presence ,
Support '
net'loaded with gifts :
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'- Tornadoes! H. C.
Onward -. WALL
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BILLY DOWLING iR. ': '
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r- 6ffi. SERVICE STATION .
JOn 'seeing the } '" BROWN'S GENERAL INSURANCE :
Punch?were servedbgbins. ; NEW. & USED CARS. .. .. #-.. : ,
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WYYYYYYYYYYTYYTTTYYYYTYYYTYYYTYYYYYTTTYTTTTTYTT II I Marshall, reporter. r sonville. Robert Brymer is a i 1''of Miss. Louie English. All -1r-1|neighbors. notice" Kacfh claim or demand must day at 10:00 .... M. of November ?-A1H9 -
( lie m writing aDd must state the for of the tame lad
Fiesta Social Club teacher at Duval Vocational High members are asked to be in approval
I place I I have been writing Thanksgiving place or VesidVnce and post office for final diifcarg* as admiaLstrator !
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Mr. and Mrs. Clarence DeBut;I School Mestjames ,Pauline Marshall .(before 11 a. m. Evening ,worship prayers. I have a turkey or-, address of the claimant and must'urit of the estate-. sSict' ;y latropulosdeeeased.t .?

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy will be host to the Fiesta club,' and 'Coreaa McNeil'worsfaip- !will begin,at 7 p. m. All members I dered and will bake a pumpkin f agent>e $\\, ur !to u! .u'fattorney.by the tlalinaat.- it willivme his October: .: .*!" .

I' for the Thanksgiving weekend i I> e'with's during the evening are asked to attend.: Baptism was]i i pie have oyster stuffing many Ul'l.: ,void according jio law diobofas' Malllis ,
meeting. Mrs. DeSue is schedtfltog service.- -RaneU ''English rep rter.1 held John-1. Gvtober.13. -lUII.'f : Xichola.* 'tfatllte '
at which time
"
Ozora Shell recently good things to be thankful for, I ;:8 Viola Helms Admini.vtrktor 'of the EBtM of
the meeting for Saturdays at.the* New BetneF Baptist Cbarch ny Jackson recent graduate of''feel that our new President will Viola Helms- Executrix the Nick Viziropulos, deceased.

t LAAAW4UAAAWAA4 Aa U4J1WAAUWAi1AAVU Wateroak Elementary School An : Rev. A. I! Vinson pastor will hold RJE was baptised. The new pool i I be good and the gap between our ceased.Estate of"ha"I..a INPir ;Hess_ de- SK.\Lr -rlt-

four Hiuidred** members are asked to .attend';as'', regular..:serviceS on Sunday 8t1rtI i has! been completed at the church. Christian religions should be >)( 1'uQlieatfon on:"October:: iC, t NOTICR OF INTENTION ,uI

Social' Club was very .successful Temporary business of importance!must be,I rag with Sunday' School at the All members are asked to attendchurch I!.bridged: and we will be one strong "'0. :'r'. 19.211.4t fc : T;.Jl-10 [TO Ur.GKTKR FICTITIOUS 'XiMH
: .
6n Nov; 7 a of enterpris- plans weremade for a Thanks- i Notice is hereby given that n.L
group transacted. Mrs. Ethel"Young usual 'hoar .In..the Youth buildingwith ,
lIng \* ;; and Sunday School and nation to fight Communism and .<-iad--; : undersigned, under the provisions. .
citizens ,'met at the Try-Me- giving Dinner and other plans for president; Mrs. Pernella Cummings -': Sup ,. Milton -EDerson in help the young people get ready Godless people. We will all haveto \! For CaB Bradford,: ('. .tT.Coortfis Florida.Anil of Chapter 20.95S:, Laws of Florida .

Cafe on ;11p. ,corner ol Fine and school improvement discussed.The reporter. r charge. Music will be furnished for a great Christmas learn to pray or I fear'our .Nation la re: Kstatoof" Nick YUiropulos' Acts toe Clerk of mj.of wilt the Circuit register Court.with the in i'

Crosby Street and organized a guest speaker at the meeting, Masonic Family i fby r Choir No. I under the direction Pauline Marshall program-j:. cannot stand against the deceased Notice Of Filing Petition- For and for Bradford County, Florida
' of of puMlfatlon : -
upon receipt proof
club for welfare and security of was Mr. Jack Trawick who is i, Observe Thanksgiving ,! ...,.., .6..4.4.6.6 ..' .. r r ...... .. ...., I,i wiles of the Devil Communism. To Final All! Discharge Whom It Administrator.May Concern: of this notice the Flctltioas V
members: and needy friends in I The annual observance of !One i is either for God or against Notice is hereby given" that I name of Net-1 Itebtie Radio trader
specialist in sanitation at the which I am engaged in business at
the community. Dea- J. C. Carls- I Thanksgiving will be held at the Home Demonstration I1i '[Him. have filed my final returns as ad- 22: North Temple Ave., Stark-Fla> .
fell served as chairman for the Bradford County Healt .Unit. Mr. Masonic Hall according to a statement .I';; : PRUNE PIE-Cook prunes and ministrator VIziropuMs. of deceased the estate; that of I Nick have Donald E. Neel. 2ST South Thompson ".

Trawick showed film health from t remove filed petition for final discharge, St., Starke Fla-.. sole> owner.
election of the following officers: a on Worshipful Master pits. Measure 3 cups and
i -' Notes and I will apply to the Honorable Dated this JOlh, day of Octo er.
>
president, Mrs. Audrey Mae Gib- and gave some Interesting infor- Damon DelL 'All Juveniles Heroines [i add one-half 'cup suger; 2 'table- Theron A. Tawn, County Judge of A. D. UIIO at SUrke, HrnlfpraCmmtr.

son. : vice-president Mrs. Rebecca mation on health and sanitation.A Eastern, Stars and Masonsare I-= J bPDOROTHY spoons of lemon jucie and 1 -teaspoon Bradford County., Florida on Tn 's- .. Florida. 1$-20 4t'lt''l*. ,
'I
: rec. secretary. Mrs Aldonia: capacity audience was in attendance asked to be present. Dinner ) :. ROSS i cinnamon. Mix all together 'u ,

S.n, Mrs. Rosa Green treasurer. and: benefitted from the I will be served downstairs after ; : ..:. '. \,1 Home Demonstration Agent line pie pan with pie crust, .- '

Addle Legett was named: significant information given by i I I the program has been held up- !:pour into 9 inch pie pan. Cut I

Chairman of the sick committee. Mr. Trawick by lecture and filmon stairs. Thanksgiving Fare should have these amounts daily. i:i strips and lay over the top in
.
Deacon Carlswell was elected health and care of our bodies. Surprise" Birthday Party j 1' we gather together-r-*%I'Are yours'Chiliren--3'-or;; more i crisscross fashion. Bake 425 de- :'..

financial secretary; Messrs. Willie The regular PTA meeting night is Mrs. Leola Morris gave a sure I I the Thanksgiving Hymn brings 'glasses ? feen-asers to 6 glasses -][)grees 40 min. Good in autumn. ", \ .. .

ohnson. James Smith and Has- Monday after the third Sunday. prise birthday party'-for'her husband -,I'imany pleasant things to mind. : 'adults-2 glasses. Thanksgiving: Prayer '-1:

ten Green were appointed as This was. a special meeting. :Mrs. Everett Sr. which was the First of all. it reminds us' to be Many 'people say they don't i, We praise the Lord and give 't'li.' .

{ember? of the banking com- Louiza Brown. President; Mable first in his lifetime and the first thankful and secondly of the] drink milk but get it in other I thanks to our' heavenly Father -

ii hee. The club has many objectives Aaron secretary; Mrs. S. C. Price in their beautiful new home. Most family' fellowship around: a tableof :ways. This, is hard to do. Notice i for thy grace and blessing. Help ,-,

but the major ones will principal. of the guests included members of well prepared food.. the "exchange rate" and compare! 'us to deserve our blessings and ::l'

security and charity American Legion the family. A delicious chicken i 1 In planning Thanksgiving include ,Calorie values. 1 I I be more thankful and grateful. 'I ._..,,..

twelfue. Persons wish American Legion Post 314 will dinner was served. It was almost traditional favorites, but ina The 'following foods are equal 1! We thank Thee God that we know Qulf w."I,

may do so without fee hold regular meeting and like a family reunion. Many hap- new way. Perhaps you'd like to to one glass of 'skim or whole milk I all things work together for good AnAPr.A PuJI I _i" ,

until November28. For the next 'Oround 'Breaking1 ceremony on py returns -Everett:Morrls, Sr. try: Mrs.. John lianey's.recipe" for except in calories. (One glass i i when we love. Thee and serve ......, ,- ; if.lllaaDJ -

30 days thereafter the joining fee the first Sunday at RJE School, Reno Theatre Attraction Dutch Cole Slaw whole milk has 170 calories: one I Thee according to Thy purpose. pie'IC .. :r,
kN4 ;
Will be $1: after this grace period 2 p. m. President Julius Royal is Friday Saturday & Grate one medium sIze head glass skim milk has 80 caloriesl.) We thank the for this beautiful
Sunday
the joining fee will be $2. Inter- asking all loyal members to please "Francis in the Haunted House.. cabbage)Prepare: dressing -- two 1 1-:! slices American cheese 172j'j' world and for'our life and Thou Someone stilt has to pay for groocrf; _

fisted persons may contact any attend the meeting and the cere- Adm. 41c & 3fo. strips,bacon cut into small pieces.Fry calories: 15 oz. cream cheese l-'l, hast created us. We thank Thee : "<<-

member of the club for further mony. An interesting program has' Special Meetings crisp add three tablespoonsI 590'calories; 12 oz. cottage cheese,f tor the changing seasons the sun- when your paycheck stops... :;y'I

information. The regular meetings been planned. President L. M. Choir Union will meet al. Mt.I I I bacon drippings to about one- 275 calories; 3 cups milk sherbet![shine and rain, for all living crea- I ..and it's up to YOU! Gulf Life has many fannl Jj ', .

will be. held each Monday I Royal of the Auxiliary group is Pisgah A. .M. E. Church "P. m. I' third jCupJtoegar. Sprinkle about 820 calories. i j tures. We thank Thee for our protection plans with exclusive Adapt-A-Plan .

night 8 p. m. at the Try-Me-Cafe, asking all members to attend the Sunday. Federation orieShaif teaspoon salt and one- i About one-fifth to one-seventh 'bountiful crops and abundance of .'
of
Churches' tures to help do the job. Ask Gulf Lifo
Mrs. Rosa Green, prop. regular meeting and take part in will meet at Ebenezer Bapt. : third'cup'sugar over, cabbage. of the food dollar should be spent, :food. Thank Thee for family and you your ,

Thurston Elementary: School the ceremonies and program that t day. 3 p. m. SU1-I'I Grate'OBftalf onion. Add to cab- for milk and milk products. To loved friends and relatives.Thank ;representative. rt

The PTA meeting was held at have been planned to make this CHURCH NEWS I. bage'.3ouif? dressing over cabbage find out approximately how much ; 'Thee for freedom- to come and go, {

th&( school Monday, 'Nov. 14. and : a gala occasion. Mrs. Pauline f Mt. Pisgah A. M. E. ::i Church I and";fetAu od 10 minutes. Pour you should be spending for milk:1 as we wish for freedomof 'worship -
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'!Rev. Grfaunage p storm: have I!I off 'xtkSS. \:,liquid. Place In large divide 5 into the amount you and our beautiful 50 star .' .
"'a special Isenlng I bfojFl'and' : top with one- spend.for food if there are teen-, flag. Wherever seen it stands for' GULF, LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY -

BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! Nov. 27. 7:30 program p. m. that on will Sunday fea-,I[I I halKplnt whipped cream. agers in your_ family; or if mem- j freedom and mercy and justice:r Founded 1911 Home Office Jacksonville, Florida

ture the male Officers :.InstalledI' bers are older divide by 7..,Compare i We .thank..thee for -our Public 1.-.
quartette of Haw- .
USED FURNITURE thorne. No admission will beellarged I'I: The, St4e| Farm HeradDemonstratiort' I this, with the amount you;,'Schools our teachers, our churches '

** but I CIub> installed newly actUally. spend for milk and; and our ministers. We thank'thee
silver
a offering:will
EXCELLENT CONDITION be 'taken. Come out and see and I I elect cti::! fcers in an impressive cheese; 'J' for doctors and nurses and

hear these fine men ceremonial their meeting Tues- If you have' trouble making the I everyone who serves the people.

9 Piece Room Suite .. _.__ ______ $60.00 young singjt
Dining .* < n soul I'I ay. milk bill fit the amount you Help us to 'ke p'our nation free
your happy. This
Play Pens ?, $650; Baby Beds ______$14.00 being, sponsored to help program in the isI I:!I The following slate of officers should be spending, try less" expensive J j 1 that we be worthy of, Thy meVcy

New Platform Rockers, Reclining ,Chairs --____, 18.00 building fund of the New Mt. were installed by Miss Dorothy forms of milk. Dry skim and love. That a na'tion. under '

,Chrome Dinette set frith6 'Chairs __________-$35.00 Pisgah. We are working very hard j|.I ,Ross: President Mrs. Jim Harden milk may, be used in baking and I i! God of the people by the people: .ti1\\ DUVAL. )

Coffee Table ___ $6.50 Telephone Table .__$11.50 to get the equipment and pewsnecessary !I ; First Vice-President, Mrs. A. cooking. Some homemakers blend: i i. for the people shall not perish' .
L V to "enter !C.I Belch; Second Vice-President} dry' milk,, made up-by. .directions;I$i from this earth. .In His: name we., V : COUNTY
Size
Double or Twin Beds ._____ $22.50 'our new '
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Mrs. J. B. Godwin; Secretary-: on, the carton with equal parts of|i : Amen. Thanksgiving November -
9 :x 12 Linoleum Rugs __-; ___ ________n $ 5.95 church If there are any persons Treasurer Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair. fresh milk. This provides :!: 24, 1960. County Seaf, '

OPEN THURSDAY interested from Old in Mt.buying Pisgah; old building lumber i>1 I The retiring officer was Mrs. Bob- some milk 'at less cost. whole-I j.I The wind is blowing hard and ( Jacksonville

please contact ,by Turner Vice-President. Each milk has the water 'and fat re ,, chilly. It rained a little last night

FARR'S BARGAIN CENTER of the chUrch any for active further member infor-1,i'I was 'presented with a mum corsage moved. It contains all the other''and i it has snowed north of us'

1 1-2 Miles South on 301 mation. This money will help;('I.I made by the Prison Vocational nutrients found in fresh milk. II I and west also. We have. had a .

North B & G Truck Stop complete the purchase of much Department. Evaporated milk is good for ,!lowly fall, though.
..... needed equipment for the The President' thanked her officers cooking...and'bakingl These two I!I Hope each of you have a
new
church. Mrs. M..L. Shaw reporter I. and chairmen for their forms of milk added to food will ,Thankful .Thanksgiving with' L
Antioch Baptist faithfulness and expressed her ir ciease'food value and flavor. plenty of good things to't, and
Church Rev.
I anticipation of working with the Fresh arid-evaporated milk should have a Thankful heart.
W-
Lee
George
THANK yOU pastor held choir :
anniversary program'on Sunday. new ones. be. keptcold, covered and In a God bless you everyone. V

with many choirs of the. city participating j'A1 jgsEog3 gave as the challengethe dark place. Sun shinning on milk I I Love Mother LURA. 1

4-Hgledge!: Pledge my will destroy Riborflavin1tamin .. "
e o. for your, voterand"support' in !rny" .,f>'fo4; was delivered, The by'Mrs.welcome S. C.address,:Price,':t head to a clearer thinking, my B:?!---"th lookyounger -long- I la K Couutj'Bradford JudKF'('_at Court,. Florida.la 4 nil 4 J

heart to mater loyalty my'hands er" vitamin. Cold milk has a bet- In re: Estateof. Adam 1': Ureen,
:campaign for re-election. principal of Thurston Elementary [deceased.!
i Mrs. Price also assisted MTS..K..II'l to larger. service and my health ter flavor. Notice Of Filing: Petition FopFinal Duval County one of the first to be formed in Florida, !
I will continue to work to"better nttng; Formy club. Boys 'and girls need calcium in Pisvharge Administrator was created in 1822 and bears the name of Florida's' first .
Givens in taking the collection. To All Whom It ,
May
Concern
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for an 'even 'greater Mrs. Louiza Brown is president of; 'my community and my country. milk, foJ'-building bones' and teeth Notice is hereby given that r have civil governor, William P. DuVal. The Metropolitan Cityof
'the ,I The hostesses, Mrs. A* C. Belch Children. and:adults need calcium filed my final returns as administ* Jacksonville is a business transaction center for' Uiovu-
choir. The history of theL
rator of the
and estate of Adam
more progressive choir was given by Mrs. Mabli e i j Tj I and Mrs. ''R. M. Caddell, served to help coagulate blood,,and'help Green, deceased; that I hare filed T. ands of visitors each year. Jacksonville 'has become"'* '

Florida. Jenkins I j coffee.and rcake,for refreshments.GetUn& the heart nerves, and muscles to I my petition -for final discharge, major convention city and is also fast becoming i the In-
Lee.
j All choirs and indi-j},I .and that I will apply to the Honorable
Enough Milk work right. Bones '
viduals that appeared were well': that break easily Theron" A. Yawn, County surance center of the South. Freighters from all over the '
For they')>est of health everybody and finger ils that break off Judge of Bradford County Florida 'world anchor in the
received by the city's deep water port.
.f- 1 audience. Mrs. ,', ] on December 13th. 1560. for approval
needsmilk-from the cradle are tamed by not getting enough
Brown thanked of the name and for final discharge
all
participants'lto!(! the grate. It is almost impos- calcium over long periods: of,time. as Administrator! of the .ea- In progressive Duval County and throughout Florida
J. Edwin Larson 'and choirs that helped make.this'I II sINe, to gf1| the'calcium needed Milk Is also a good source of high state of Adam T. Green deceased. the'United States Brewers Foundation works constantly to

:..* Stoic Treasurer 1. 'pW I I celebration Allen a success. Church''I!!i j each day without drinking some quality protein. November S Robert 17, 1960.(;. Green maintain the sale of beer and ale under pleasant orderlyconditions. -

I Chapel A. M. E. | milk., Members. of the family I Administrator pf the Estate of Believing that strict law enforcement ''Serve
,;, AtaftiMMnt. hid Mr I, Tfct uncoil t r Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will [Adam T. Green, deceased.
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.... lot J. awls lano to SMo J_ I hold the first conferencefor [ 11.7 4t 12-:/ s the best interest of the people of Florida the. Foundation-
II I I the quarterly conference .1 I stresses close cooperation, with the Armed Forces, law
new .year on !. County Jadjce'ii Court In AidFor enforcement and governing officials.
;. Sunday with Presiding Elder Jenkins Bradford Toaiitr, Florid
In re; Estate of Fred Mess. deceased 4. ,
I in charge. All members -'are I /
; asked to attend and take an ac- NOTICE OF FILL PETITION'FOU
Motor Oil : FI'H. PISCIURGE OF t' t
Can a tive part !in the activities for the I I(: ,1s .ADMIXISTKATOBTo : United, SlaIn Brftar'

,day. Sunday School will begin at 1( Allhom It May Concern" : R:i\\I i Foundation
1WliereIll 1I Notice is hereby given that 1 ;.
10 a. m. with Miss Fannie B. Frazier I have filed my final returns a* administrator i- f\eri .,.Dirioi.. :
.JO.J A. SIr
Gasolene Mileage 1. I Assistant Supt-, In charge. of the '.*tat& of Fred I t e i t .J 10\'" 0rlM iUrtd.
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Increase Hesi.! deceased: that T have filed
We were pleased to have the'Shell .... _
---- -. nWi.. I i my petition for final discharge and .
family as visitors for the morning that I will apply To .the Honorable I t
; The ,
funeral
yesterday was
November'passes *
of "
1 alTharon'| .t. Yawn. t <>1."ftt" Judge ,
worship last Sunday. Mr. Shell swiftly. The leaves tumble down 1"I:man 66. 'He was standing up driving : Bradford County Florida, on Xojjveml la be
teacher at >er :20. 1"60 for anproval of ,
RJE made remarjti"
:*ith\eifch. .chilly wind. .We pre-,, a tractor: home. He must. Lthe, same and for final discharge ack&Vec4
for the family. Junior Church!j pale for Thanksgiving. :suddenly' have been stricken Or'''tit Administrator 'nf the etate" of t.a icawooft'lrt ;
sorw
meeting 5 Fred" Hess, deceased. sw. i .
s p..m. every Monday j' We-)eam ,to.ttv* with heartaches slipped for he -fell with his ;face, October 20.$ 1"0 ftVV ROGERS* t ''
+ Junior Church and choir will[When on a power which beat his I j 1 t'harlsf.. S..hmiUCharles N
pulley
sunlight
6VV into
0 deepens
t
3 5 1 SuvuriAUD HouowArtxS BUtOVAV
meet; Girl Scouts will meet 7 p. face M !Pchmitt. Administrator
into
broken His wife
i! sleepy shadows. a, mass. II of the Estate of Fred .
m. Thanksgiving Day room 22.i iI I When'twilight |I I found him and the tractor in the Bess. deeeased" :
lingers the
I I RJE school. Remember the sick I bers. on em-I ditch. He b seven'children and I j I 1n,2o'4t i1-i>I AA t lQ13ER

#and shut-in: with visits card; I 115 grandchildren. They wept 'I I
Norrrp. TO (
Of what 'RF.DiTARSAll
flowers and other articles of com- we called our golden :loudly they loved? him so. i I creditors of the estate (If3,11'11 t
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fort. Our new member, Mrs. Posie, youth. I Our trees have had so many "T He..", decM!ed.l are hpr"bylI."tltlRd ? Know Thes Famous 1NIJ +
We will learn to five and renutreA to file as v
with I''
Mtr >***M a Mas jf5wid -- will be baptized longIngs I
at Sunday. All i.leaves this year.; At last we have I's')afms| or <1 tnsnd. which they mAY
bSQ1ubty we're prepared to prove it to you_here boards are asked to,'make written I j.them ab6pipillraked'arid burned "'ave aplnl't MM estate in the office Brand Prbducts '
; reports at the When our fondest dreams will notcome : ", ,of the Mint* judge of- Brad Name ? C0 'C
our titles Service station.. quarterly confer ,along| -the'iieighbQrs.. Dear fnrd fVimtv.: VIorMa. rn the cent-
of a motor oil is to reduce ence. E. J. Givens. reporter. true ....zo

Ope of friction the principal..and engine V jobs ,friction is one of several Ebt-nezer Baptist Church, 'Her.!,When the star we wished upon !in I You'll Find Them All :
engine childhood L
E. D. Robinson pastor, held services : j
causes.of gasolene consumption. Will seem to be too far away.
on Sunday
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less" rsolen* starting ,. I
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So the better a motor oil (does its job Sunday School, Supt. Henry Bry-, Twin learn to live with sadness II *. at
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you use for each mile you drive. ant in charge. Baptism was scheduled j j i When the poignancy of youth willbe' TV J.w. J

We have a motor oil-Cities Service 5D Koolooots but cancelled because some I;J: forgotten. te 1

which reduces engine friction and protects_ as of the candidates were not ,ready;j When you urn fade into a dim : tc- ,MILK

Morning worship conducted -remembrance ;1 1Of'
never before,possible. "" was

Actually it does the work of several oils.provides]light. .. by the pastor. 7 p. m._ evening the bittersweet, .. years gone by. k GREEN STAMP SuinsoiREDEMPTION
20 pad* services was held with music I \ -dga Petroff. *
at starting..medium by 1
lOW grade performance begins to warm up..:and the senior'choir.. Communion was l Poetry always expresses the I II 'I ;: 1. of +ol f l

perfofHttoceai your engine resist thinxung 1ns de-. conducted by the pastor. We regret I I longingS; the be rt's" -ambitions,i 92c
to gal.
l 30.,grade,performance 'V ...
heavy engine. the Qlness of one of our'!We all look tacfto our'childhood,!< 4 : = CENTERS FAtRICS
hot I ;
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and days of our with :ailonging. :
Nbt.onlil1.0ties'Service 5D members Mrs. Ranell English,I II ; youth
r x ( gasolene who has been in the Bradford .'Then: ,We were young, and | / PWIrWf
,. Koolmotor your .I full of wishes :
dreams and ) V
also notice County Hospital for more than, a upon '
w mileage... you'll that'sthe I week. She was released'on Saturday stars. My" .wafn' was always I) V Eggs Bread V

'a diffefrnceinpower..for I but had to be returned in i hitched to a star and I dreamed'of '
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V result of its super protectie lour hours. Mrs. English is president 'doing jso. mwh.good in this : .1

S Stop in and change to,5D Ko.ol- !, of the Pastor's Aid Club and world..I_ haye/aljfajar.short ofj I' : Ice Cream. ,"<

motor Oil this week. I I soloist for the senior club. She I what I expected but youth must V These'are only a fewtot! the 1,500,brands '.' -

__ I has been: remembered with flow-i learn of lifers frustrations-1 think I I! II Cottage Cheese '. 1
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ers'and a card from'the choir-and .iof the many peopled: my life GiUtlasandSompson. of distinguished merchandise you'll find 'at 1

a card frOm' the Junior Angel I gone these many years and they I!I AndmightySandowOwidtheirsirtngth

S Choir of which"she is the chortI -I fade into sweet.dim remembrance' Orange JwceTo S&H Green Stamp Redemption Centers and ,

i!I of those bittersweet years gone by. i die milk giving cow. .
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I ster. She has been showered with the
in the of $&H Ideabook. "
1 One thing'T have consola'tion i' pages new ,
as ;
many useful gifts and cards bthestaff y ,
what 'eerwork I was' doing or '
and personnel of Bradford I "
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County Hospital where she,,( wherever I lived. I made good use V f" f
SILCOX! I of my -time.I somehow ,seemed at
has been,employed: Tnany 1'N1'SI V. tI
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I an early to sense. "TIme Is
age
', We wish for her a very speedy "
recovery Mrs. Bertis Robinson_ precious.

. '.... ( I vice president of the senior choir We have been so very busy with
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had as her guest Sunday her funerals. We buried-thr last A-

aunts Mrs. Frances Brymer .and I Week and had two so. far thiscousins ,

J05, Temple Ave. Starke. Fla..t Mrs. Louise Byrd and i weed This is Wednesday and Don J
;, -, Robert and Morris'Jr. all of Jack is out on a funeral now. .
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CVTBGEOUSpnsr ,1", .Revs w, E.. Hall. was dinner.J 1 Injury Liability and Proper !' '
: "J Damage"" Insurance ', ; ; ffVi T- !
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B\ CHURCH : f guest of Mr. and Mrs.. ADJ. Fend- ', tile Bodilr Injury Liability and ;.1 AMBULANCE .

I Sunday School 10 a. .m. Preach* *. er, Saturday.evening. I|Property* Damage Insurance as shad i i

uig 11 am.. Training' Union 8:30 Mr. and Mrs. P-. E.: Jordan of Bred proteit by him this performing Bid from claims work coot for j' PHONE WO< 4.i600.DeWitt j
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: ; 'CH.uRCH NEWS p. m..lreacbing 9:30 p. m.. Prayer ,Columbus. Oa. visited.iMr: : and damages for Personal injury, n. >-| C. Jones'' Funeral t Home j 1
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i, accidental death."as. ?.
well
eluding as
f : Wftln' WarlrewJa, '.. 73;. } p m. ': 1 1I Earl.Goodman of tare last claims for 'property damage which' 1 I
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ednfNtay| .Bihl ftudv/T'SOl f !; weekend: Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. may ripe from operations, under-; DeWitt C. Jones Registered i Funeral Director f
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n I p.m, Jos. C; Norman.... pastor I t I !![ i Goodman's sister. ? :' I I this Bradford Rid County The foard Hospital ot Corporation Trustees, Starke, Fla. I
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'i- ,- j j I :Lt. Arley W. McRae, who 'isl I reprrxe the right to accept or''I II

HOPE 'B.\PT15.T CHURCH I 'HiOHLAND'RAI'TIST Sgt. Thomas H. Rhoden.son of i iMr stationed 1 at Myrtle>; ,Beach. 3. C.,i I reject any or aU Bid -1 : Rental Service:. Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, CralcheiVS. .. 1
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;;M t. The. TabernacleThanksgiving .I,r sunday:;; Sunday Schwl 10I .: CHURCH. 1 and Mrs. Schfley Rhoden. &t Is' visiting with his parents, Mr:II I 12.-3t \ -. -- --,--.-,. -. !!

} and praise: was i I a':. m.-. .Morning mesage; 11; a_ m Sunday School "M5 a. m. ]I. Starke graduated from the Fort :and Mrs. J. ,W* McRae this week. -.. >- ,- --- -, '-_ .n ,' ..: _" _, _--. ___ -,'-: : _'. ;js---.. -, -- >_ ,. .;-; ,t

the thane of :*the Sundaymornj: 1:j 1,I Training, :Union 7 .p. m. .Evening i TaO Morning'p. m.Worship Prayer':1.Meeting a. m.. each and '!; ]Riley 1IIUU
ling service af the Gospel mp age,3, 'tn. t
Taber- p4 Wednesday. 7$0 < .Rev '1 ealed' Bid* "I i11 I be FIGHTINGGA I If
p. m. Sgt. Rhoden received four.weeks th recyiveej< nacre/"nie.' 'sponsor:-pas1Or, who Monday =.-.-.Bible'} Clyb! 4M'fcp. George f "Ctira 'pastor. Everybody' of in Various iv? ?oard f Trustees.. "Bradford i
( refresher training' u
Jhad Just returned hunt the has-. t : ; t. ael If oree. j I I military subjects with emphasis office w of Hospital the' Bradford Corporation Conatr,"'at that)I I .

;pltal..had..charge-of the- .service. Wednesday-per: ; Meeting i i -petal l In Starke Florida, up to iOO I

i Besides the message there were,)1:30'! ; p. m.. Choir Practice 8:30p !', on leadership and combattactics.. |clock, P. M, Tuesday, .Dt>cemb..r I
CHURCH OF CHRIST 1 He is wire team chief in 6 .111'0.. at which time and place
now
p [[ a all
: PastorSamuel : Cuth- I
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,-re 8 dngs-} including. the: fhrstThahksg1'ins m. : I Ids received will be publicly-opened .
( ; Battery B of the 1st l fa and read aloud I I'Jelturfadng
: i 'Y'Di-l on the ivllux
proclamation and Sunday: Bible claSses 10) ing.:
a.m.j!
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PENTECOSTAL, HOLINESS vHon's 5th Artillery at : and"Parking
\special\ mush '. J Assembly; Worship with the Lord's!I' Lots at the Bradford County II os- 14 i
FruIts anl qther. fQC<( gifts were' CIIURCB3undLjr : Supper 11 a.m. Assemb- RiJey] I oftal: "3' K8t Call str,'1. Clarke
m.i-Mom: ; Evening Sgt. Rhoden .attended BHS before Florida. Approximately 4SJO 26 8:15 P. M.
School. j t BL. Square -
\brought presented( aherward.to'thc : 'y Worship, 6:30: p.m.. jrVtrds! mope or,.le ij.Clean. Tack ,:
ing Worohfp, ..J'a..' m.: Evan.* entering the ,Armyin' l 51J
patlerrta" of thfr:convalesceht. ,: :.rvices j I 'Tuesday,'. Ladies Bible} class, 7pin ails .n4 n: D.(KfBurfave Type 1, with.. one imh. of S.
'how' > 'lWlc.!' : } 7,1m... |' >aife.Ingeborb.lives: :n.JUICj j haltLc.
\ '! "Come let us. reason, together." Ij i tion j City; Kan. ,. .' I Tlie: procedures Coqrse. and Hot oMit.l'Ihalt.. !
i The cohgresalloh'wa:( :urged to' tnJltU11llJH .
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j 'Wednesday, Bible classes. 7:30j: j to; be In
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$tte..n<1 the Union. Thanksgivin! .. : '* j ,: ; j igtate Kond accordancerith" .- Florida., WRGR RADIO I
? p m Bill S'unmonspreacher.. Department Standard
Pvtv James .4 Varnes :whose J :
tafirt'ice at '. First '. 'f.EIRR'H I :; Specifications For Road and :%
: tha' .' !>f hodChurel'th : OF fh:, 7S!CljRtg' 1 Bridge 1 I
4- 'i i9o 'Wire. Dorothy lives on Route, }.! astlroc tea. Approved and Adopted PRESENTED BY
\ sda y'nlornin:; \. 'L."Tf"M'PAV> :! t3AINTg3eivtce : MADISON 6TR>gET KAP'1tiiST' ] recently ": ; April !, !>:;;>. Section ij paragraphs I \
J t .:', '*.:: .. ': I /'''each Sandav tt o Id ,'Blotk W. AWisol' St. Starke arrived' in Germany -, j#*.1> thrr. >uJh. 'J5J.17 and :Including
: l1s now a member a.of =StotloB ,31 paraffrapb 231J Said 11 DOYLE E. CONNER INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE i i iCa'U
t .Methodist burr h .. .\Atafipnlc Hall on:E.'CaJl! 8V Sunday ,I buntay.$ctloot l. 3:43: ''Jim ,Law: a Rid shall be njadc on .a Lump! Sum
p ,. the 24th Infantry Div.:; 19th' Tzitanhy. {
t i :. SchOOl 1" a. .m* Sacrament t FOIL,*,suprintendent.. ; t tMorpros Ii >*!ii and include a guarantee toj I

I | :Schedie" for weelc:;of Nov., 2'J: ', Service. 6:30: p: m.: Everyone,.welcome. : I' ;.Worship, 11:00" % i' 'Army .last' Pvt." Iay'Varnes-arad.' ,entered t:: the !Thrty boraplet( . : recelmtbasici
fe rrQundayf-.1'Cjiurch] : School. 9:45: ,, Training Vnion 6:15.-Jim Harden -il i 'et.<< acceptance or Rid by 'the''said'Bp 4 4r
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/, m. ,, : Director.:, ... l'j training at Fort'Hood.,, Texas.< He rd of Trustee The CAulnw-tbH 4i

f ", Hack: fp'tiIYFFM!nng. .WPrshlP.dl. Youth a ;m : '''' PtriMcfIIAP'I'Ig't' I 'EVenin 'Worship 730. I II. I1Wcdnesdari attended'. ..Melrose.' Hibti. "'Sclioort. affil shall permits oHr'n( lI'Id that', pay may for'.be"-required.:*licences. ,, :: f _, ,. -- '--' .. ,-_. -. -- ,'-0. : _'- _: : ._..--- ,,--- .. i l

Ateetiltg6r3Q: c\b-1'qutb'.Choi{ fiu.iday't3tbool,9:45s.m! : : torn I. : Prayer Meeting T -:
,A'hea ) '' .ng'f'TrsJiip:* 11 'a-fl Kneeing .7:30.FIRST1: . Pvt.:: Johnny R. odwip.son of r 1 i iI it
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pio/E\wlDS.1 WorBhlp :
,.36" p.Tii._An' '.fturiery 1 Service;e'T:30'Pnt., ; Prayer )iee tint I _\ i Mr. and Mrs- John 'Godwin, :of : T I t

j rqvjd"cd: is1.each'Wednesday 7:30.: pjaa' .[ ,Everyone 'CHRISTEN CHURCH Raiford recently 'arrjved} _in GfT"! t t tl

.. ..t1iQtltaervIcey: eaeiundayC h, 0.'eIciime-liev.'H. ,H.. 'Mott. many. where. he: is a,.member )of. I It'
..: I .' Coe..Cali.Chrtstlan'Streets64b I THE CHURCH FOR<< ALL .. ALL FOR THE CHURCH
[,..Tn ''ay.*j,:J1st'ikt.} ,Conference; ; ,, pastor! ."L. Badgett, HOnister i the 97th Signal Battalion. f.A i*: 4 42lIj'j

it Wesley, 'NEW .Rlti'It : radio teletype operator in the ...... ....... ,. _. ..... .
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... .,. !. Prayer. ,Meeting. : ', \ |lbo.' 5 'p.. ;m'-:. Choir Practice. the t. .L:: = .... ,,. .pIa: t. : ). ... stile hour,' ll.a, in... Creamy Serv- Army last April and. com-f. .lr", r"' '" .'" : .." 'l' i I
i'oJ' bgrsdny' ;.!: l '. ''1 L,l Mv1tx} ,in. Prayer> .l4leattaa' a&Ci'i iI P' i 1. cyp. .7 p. m. ''Ir pteted"basic i training l 731. Fort'4ackspn ? : ... ::> : *: .: : .:..s r; :' '
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i t. p. : Wednesday.: ,,730; p. m New S.' Ife is. A' .. \:1., :
: t j..Nedaeaday'r3v;( pjn. : < C. a 1956.gradI" I p j ... (. .... _0 .". : '
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Chancel.. C L-i ir ffc..rehearsal7:30"* T *" ; .. :" f?- . IIASIPTOV. : ., 'and was employed} by Big Dad I) II f ..{.,(-t. tr ,. ..4:
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}{ ; : : ; 0 ; 'fr .n "_" :". r .' '"CaJl' 'CUrkF, Minister fore entering. the'army.f. I "w ?V :'. > ..,. Y" fl! 1 .:

SUNDAY SERVICES ,. A '..' ? .J. I
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Jilt.tg' tCorali h;:. '' ,. iris.Sunda I .10pO-tf.m.: : Bible, School '. r"l1 :
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I } ng.:Berms.1;4t4 ':m.: YM:!. 'llMO. :? J9-. Vyrprship; i & Communion --t RYRJ. .- t .
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tvtce,.'i9edlt.atl v1115: p mIl'tdyer ., : . .. ,. I ..

}.t tee'tlptay f. 746; P.. .mM I 9'p.m.. 4 Evening. 1 Worship'. I
... )0/ I I 'EriNF.D"v"i'" : >Jf.Prayer Soil i Conservation tBy'Geraldine! .Fender.J I
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.i.. rk.q I D ftrfnI' r _Service .and.,: Pable, Study I ,t u.*-lhaa',/ .".. '4A""AAA". ..

J. .-j. 'J ,rAIIJI .'''IW'niatl. N.'E.'W 1! lads .
I : : .. JVe- cre l. to see a large atUfndance -
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-Blltsdayx ;9irycfi5. i j .,.: ,., .
:, 'a.m" BOATDRAIN:BAPTIST CHURCHSunday'School. ; '. .By. $ill'Haas in Sunday School last .. I .. .
(.n ,a, Ikintn. I Sundays I .
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OC' .ti. frateI' ,S.erf. 4P'rfloIy .: \ .r 10 a.;': m->: Morn- : S@QConsen'adon..f : Seirloo I I Mr... and Mrs Jerry Baldwu of t I :.tr'SI'nn'er': : !
!) Worship ll 'm. .
.Ing ,. :a TrainingI'nldri ,, .
: >Ct gmmanlott--> ; :Bun. I' ; : With' the weather staying fair I 'Jacksonville( aitended clturcli.Simday. { ."., !
8:30': Q: m.. Evening Wor.jj f.::' I
ay> ;iiQO: imT'-Tbirfl 'Saitday' visited Baldwin's 1!
J i folks are planting winter'pastujces.; i I"JThe and Mrs: : a
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1: 1 I : '' .District's, equipment is; being I i paj-en. sMr., an Mrs:- or: R.: '4fI|! :
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.tYetireSdav: '.7xt! p. tl.n 'Chblt Ir!t Prayec.'Meeting" --Wednesday,' j..used regularly. Bill Reddish; used I vajez, Sr. Mrs. .Bald tfl'Es, The j .'
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cttce"tits am:4: Litany anibl "p.1 t-
'' .' Pastor. Rev.' :Barney-.Sweat (j the grain drill 'to plant oats and i! former Patricia.1J..rirezi of;,Starke.Mrs. >.:: I :
Study ;: -
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"., 'f'I" '' Everyone Welcome.: |I grass; J. C. Sapp. < .. : \\lJ;'>;,;: .

; 8i:..6dtfird'i Calhot sorbI i j used ,the, drill to.plant rye; and McRae Mrs.. H, M. .McRa"e; Catherine f t:,. :. .
i!l Ethan Sapp used the drill to ,. Padgett, "ani. : Geraldine t" a ;
I ; ,3larkt.; leHda5untti' .; .- BETHEL: MISSIONARYBAPTIS : \
r.:::'dt 'J&t.m.' :-CHUR.CH plant rye and, Pensacola fah'3ra Fender attended a jewelry 'paVtySatui'day ":I : '::. >,;,:,', ,. i
:.. _: J r afternoon' at the' ho'ale' ; I ...1 '. i.tc- ,, ..'- 1
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oa9 YYk tisu7: It30'n..30' .-& : ini ,. I Jt:4":: > ,. ,'
Sunday chool. ,io-a.. MornitlWorshpt -' ThiS of of Mrs. Bob Myrick 1' Starke..7 t !to ...; "
t' .. system planting t ;' .
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I : # ,,,,n '" ; 8; maaeot 1 .. : -- "' i
welkd. :;Ma ;.tf 8OG'A.: ni.kt \ pasture grass:! with so : .r, .
V Zbri esaio ; !\i ;30t'" : mr'4vetth3g'. eti : Vintcri 8'iainMrop. ..s"\toritw meVse! education. in theBradford ',. .. .... .... i( ". .- I
f : Saturday to..Ml+ School adflltibn'sto .- ,
t t vice.3 p..m";, Prayer WeelKg eat County' system 1n :" 't
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.. .. out very well here'in the.Bradford 0 '
....rAr. ',t. : : Wednesday;:-S.2P-.m.; Everyone wel-,I ; their regular duties. o. .. THE. CHURCH FOR ALL t.{
I BaQtBmt. J11\trl,\ $. and', .ID-I come: TRev; ,.8,,L. Lee pastor" ,' : ,I j jf I[I Soil conservation: .District Man- : 0 j t ALL FOR THE',HURCH ,F N;; ,
(! agement'or
.the. grazing of the

q !# !tbripi. 1S ey ayaolatmeat T : ., ,:;. 1 '.f f:Airn. BAPTIST:.cmrecB'f i I.I winter. crop js I important. i ion ..1 TK< CVwJt.M lit grae-1! I laths 08' : a ; .
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New tart. far !be build: of duukrnd : ';
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)< JUW.U:?O11AI'EL.. : < "1eJ _" I I was talking- Bob Patersthe' Something i [x
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I i *-1..Cil lOO-Jir. Ilipmlual is ,110m.- Of ''R' '
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f.': S1.Jf U.t. .r.4iOD '" :(, _. .'} J.h: to. other day.a.boutwinter pas .- l *.I!ufi. \&illioul i strong' 1 1sumtr. ttuut, -- !

: t'_ ,..,'Byrgesg,' Pastor 'f Bible'? : shoot? '1') ;n.; T.. : : |i i (Utes. 'H has. planted. some rye i ..itbrr drmxrarr .Ot eM1lhiilga rla

:,;. sun a',; SpHool, 0:45:: 'a. m.:;, Preaching?, '11. a.' m., ', _' : for ,green .feed this winter. Hisf 1 ;::1) There are four round reavwifjr ., ,

flirt\\i I} jV o f'sttipti', ara; : ,,Even;i iffjktfc Evening '$enrlcc7:30.: : '.f":m. : pun. is to: start grazing the rye :1J J .' ... erjr iK nor iliauld jtwd trr&airjul Of jcaar'ta' : I. don't" ware you. I'm only 1 ale boysnaLng

t. e'73';: -.ix:.;m. ;:'Wed-.i Bible .StlidV. and, Pwye'MeetIhinYou 'i'Mnifts a.: foot high and graze ,, .rly and luppqrl'Ui* t>urcri. They believe I'm a big\ bad man.Some .I .,
eadortektypftye servtct.. .; nttO':; p in: ei1iy.'{ It'downlto I ? avI I) For hii ors ul...((2X Far ku :
<5- 4Pe four
: .r,7. oi'. .-." -, '. about inches;then day, though, I. will be big.Sam@ .day this I
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*i "WVttf '' t i rbldreri.ake.! (,3), rot the ute cf lncoBimu < '
., -' *,. .", 1. ', ""':' fertilize: 'it and J let it grow back ; I .i'y ..J .jt|".. (}) For Ke ule game might be real}, 'cause even the biggest bad man :.' ,. '

before 't'turnlnjin on. it again-. I i it iI i el( ifie Ckwrrh' ilrf-r(, +bieL nrvoV his wg once a little boy.And who knows what made him -. "
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tI I mower r I noel l attd matrml Mippoct. Pin to |o go wrong'Phat'a why early'training is so POTtant.
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"was used by Leaton Morgan and I !. 4.rmrcn r'gulwljr, IBJ red Jour BiU T' I. '
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a Bob Emanuel 'tacut down the aLL dadr. ; .'.. In church and Bible school, we learn about\ God's i
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.. okTr't'otrthln their fields. .' l'. .. kfcjnes and love, and how we can trust :Him' for
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pt : .' 'Edward Hrvey' and Sonny'Ten .. : ..l"' 1-: : ; Ctiplnrrvt the things \\e need: We learn to want to help'ethers,. H

: i 1 ly used the .rolling chopper top; .; k. ;. Swtdl' Mook, 9 30-30 instead of hurting them. '
.ADOTiniT'thp: t 1 1 ,..-; j. ... : .'Mondv falaa i 44TuiMj' 'y ..
'chop ', ,
tbp.lr,1stures'.
'y +ar ., ;i' : Psi'mj 11? +.le ,
'" h''''' :4 Wtdirsfiy! hnlt 7 P-IJ Encourage the children know to learn alltho '
The NIIl you ;
chop of o .
|nz: pastures t enatelJet .
athis >ny ".un:1IY. Ac's 3 ,.1 MrtFridv .
1 h time of the year will give the tlamaapar: '' I' -l'I'nf; ; .. :;! 'l IVoVnnsiijr! 3t/ t>10Stvlv good,.t they can.: MStajfchurch, and Bible.school| '
c lovera. E' ., :i. -. :i i" 111 I John t 1-4 .your family} S9tom-Faeas. 4. I
better chance to get out :' .L 4 ... -a. ,. ,: .
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and, ePoiata thepeaiy .' .- -l' ,
grow Harvey' "
chopped his ,," ,-: -. :.' .
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Pensacola .B.qhia. pasture'' it' i.- : 1 JI
Think! before ,.
seed in* .clovnpr'.so that the seed a.dad wUh4a1 .:. ;?/t.. .. :..'riv ti,,,,,,."'/ rake AoJ:' :r.i<,,$' aa6w/.Ya. _.
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Abiolabty', .
itIrtP3 would set to the .
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Over
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f Fender'this and'D: H. Crawford ; &m deb ithont .. K" .... .. ,.. -' .. ..,': ... T..!! t. .' ''':.' : \ :
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I. ,,.one.111' .
.' ky [ Austin has a. gstand trooada. ..Rab4oi!''. t .. .. .. k_ .. .. .,
: : .,: '. ... : h of white clover ..-tit chanly.loot .. L. "'_ : cr'" : I
I'I'"of coming : ''I : 1'F_ I
and he, is t.
fertilizing
4w with 0-10-20. '
tails p These Vital ( As A Public
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'M.: Hpllinssworth. executive. '_r'.0MADE. ET .Ir .. ,
; L for'trie It Strlpbbois tad P *''O'- 1 t f."0 /
j ;sectary State Soil Con- tAf. ., .., ; .
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serration' I ti r P tt/tts led ; .', .', .r-----:;: : .
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r 1 Bqard. says that.rcports I r;.'e WlfOp/ 3cficolltook. "' '1 t ,
43'i over th 'state Indicate PARENTS ( r .,. '; {' .' ,' ,
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," 4, it.: D'A' Jt gress'' is believed 15 being.made that in Part'our of schools.this i 'O .-: ... .t' ,CASOUNE' '" .,..:.JOHN. A.DISTRIBUTOR. TORODE. sae GREASE. I ;

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Ce'poli rIes;medical ..nd dental eipensert"toD- ." ,.. '. 1! GUY ANDREWS. WESTERN AUTO 5 M. iTTY. S,

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1. &By&a'6aa&a&Home Mri. O. C. Crosby WV Winners lriThe Telegraph's Annual : E 5i -.' '


Demonstration ./ I --...-
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Club Meeting ''''. .;. 1jt 1- .
The State Farm Home Demon- : J ; .
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's tftraUon Club met Tuesday of last : '{
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Meek .it the Community Club. '", ,"t.'I-/ .. .. ..", to';-.'.
Miss Dorothy Ross presided at .' "
the meeting and installed new of- ; :: Turkoiogy uontest
ficers.for the year as follows: ,
President Mrs. Jean Harden: : ,
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ift Vice president, Mrs. Essie h -it;

seiche: 2nd .vice president, Mrs. .. ; ,. .

$'Tggy rrer. .Mrs.Godwin: Elizabeth;' secretary-treas-Sinclair; .1# v . .;:,-t : ., :' y ', !\'t.. ;.\..:;., ; -; ;,
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delegate. Mrs. Thelma Caddell: : !.: : -' : *

.j<ernate delegate, Mrs. Cora Dugter. 7'M.' ,",. .._. r. .,:r.\ ".- '.' '' .....:t. .".j.w "< .L .: .'
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./' -" ' The following committee mem- ,-t.. -',;: ." VN.. ,. .... \ <" "' t'
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t rs\were appointed by the new '.y.....>. .i'' f- -
president: '. : : ti,J';. ; ,.
? C 1 thIng 'and textiles: Mrs. E. . : '0 '
F. Mayton, Mrs. Odessa Mitchell. d..' ; ',"h' .
__ Food and nutrition: Mrs. Eula :-: ::J Jimmy Kerley'\-'IoJ.; ...
Mrs. Rudolph Bryan :
wahn Mrs. Adeline Rahn, Mrs. -;;. .. I
Elsie' Belche. .7' .L \.' .
Route Two '. '
309 S. Redgrave St. i ,
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Citizenship and civil defense: p. ,,'i
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;)drs.. Peggy Wood, Mrs. Millie Starke, Fla. b 4 Starke, ru. '. .;; ';. '

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'Family and community life: 7 P. M. Thursday) .. :.' (Completed, ', 4
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!.rn. Cora Dugger Mrs. Mary ; : Y ; : a';
Ruth 'Simpson, Mrs. Jeanie Sch- 7:15 P. M.\ Thursday' ) .

Feen. 'Mrs. Lois Wiemer. WHAT THANKSGIVING WHAT
Music:. Mrs. Janet Turner, Mrs. ; THANKSGIVING-. .
Roberta Seigler.Publicity I MEANS TO ME MEANS TO ME.i .J'

: Mrs.. Thelma Caddell., ." ... :.
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Mrs. Peggy Godwin. Thanksgiving means a day '' ... Thanksgiving Day means.. .
Miss Ross presented each new :; $. ..;. -
officer with a beautiful fall cor for the family to be together, : '
4. day of happiness, and. to Itlvet
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sage.Refreshments give thanks for all theirmany :,?-t' .str
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were served by g. t/i thanks for all the many bless-

''and'the hostesses Mrs. Thelma Mrs.Caddell.Essie Belche (. blessings. Do let us all '. /,..; lugs It means a day for th? t,.._

PersonalsDr. stop and realize what have7): "
and: Mrs. Simpson recentlyreturned ". we '. .....; family) to be together. to hart
from nice vacation in I to be thankful for this ...: .
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.. happiness and laughter, which
Nassau 'y', ;:-,' :S--- ::, ;'' .
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The Brownie Scouts were hostesses Thanksgiving Day. 'r :.' <:. tt ? you can remembering Thanks_ ;tJ'--t.( :"\
at a lovely house; warming ; t ." ,
for their Brownie leader and her I ,1 # '.,'. :.. ;""',: '"....,.,","",";; t".:..; Day by. i.'".J( "" ..f.r.lIfdFi"'.1z.t>. ..!"
family Mr. and Mrs. Norman .z: ;t :'
Dads, who have recently built anew t a ..' L.'t ,
home In Lake Butler. We 'e. '" : '; :::' : -J-: ':,:
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toiss the Dayises very much. Mrs. ; J.f : .: 1J" ./.' .
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Davis w s very active in civic and -\ > '

thib atfairs.Mrs... Jean. Harden and several ; .:u': .,.,.). .. :;.........Yi 1 ;!(.;.. .,; '. o:: "-<., J. .'. ..'. f' .
mothers of the Farm were hostesses '>C' -t '
at the PTA meeting In : : } ?; .t{ .
lake Butler last Thursday.' The : : i i ', .:'; ; : { : ,
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centerpiece was made by Mrs.Belche .._: '1:1: '. .: . ,.. !. H_ > <,'. "...,'1. .:,.rfI- ,
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: .who assembled an attractive \ .w : ., .., ", ." -. >- h'-".'-". .- \-' '. ,
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and fruit.arrangement The Thanksgiving' of vegetables motif ". .,',, ....\.;' '. '.cr-: \.:,- H: ;-"t,'_q\' :.:">. .. ''S:-ilt..; -,''::;T __. '"-_,";'_",_{'r-r..,".,,: :. .;. ''<,,'..,' "..::::,':,-.,;:;,."'......, ;.Y! ......-..<. .:..;.:,.,/ .;,.:::,'- .... :".. -.J. "r.,''... ...\..""t,',: .'... .. .,...'."' 1,:',:. .\.<.'.J'o.- .;.. ",.".. .'. ... ..-..'":_.tJ". I..' .....T.. .
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ins .us d in Decorations. Refresh- .::: .I < '" "' ;;'\: .t .; .. ). .. ''1!.' ? t{ : ..' I:' .,. 'lf : .J.-
tt'enta of fruit cake, punch, nuts, .T.- 7if'ii: "" .': > -", ;, ,;: : :. .. .j. > ; < :, ;-.i. .: <.. : : ;' ; : : .:..
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end'' mints were'served..' ." .' t '.1.J .. ,' ""d.rJ. '. ". 1, \I lyl : "
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We are.very 'glad that Mrs. E. *.. ... ,-' \ 1'
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F>Mayton and. Mrs. Pat Dickensttre. : :;:-3 l:* Nice Thanksgiving Turkeys Have Been Presented To The Above ; Winners, ; .: ,.\ : ;. '}:.:,.
'both able to be home from :" .i "; ;.4ft.
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the hospital after undergoing surgery :,<:F<' ; ,1 !to !' .f j.'E
: < .. '' With The Compliments Of The Merchants Listed Below And The Bradford ,.. "',.. .
A large crowd of Farm folks attended i.t
the Green Cove-BHS football .
County Telegraph. i
game.: In Starke Friday night. ., .
We want,to congratulate our boys : .. ,
on their success. '
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Sunday dinner guests of Mr. --
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and Mrs. L. W. Murphy were '. .. :
their son-in-law and daughter, "


ittv'and and-children- :Mr.: and Mrs.Mrs.' of Harold W.Ocala.H.Friemonth Williams Ritch's Fruit .& Gift Shop Western Auto Associate. Store : Cowlings' Produce Market t '

were visiting her.parents, Mr. and .
Mr$.' J. H. Hundley, In Jacksonville '.. ..
last Thursday. .
Sorry to hear that Sammy Alvarez .
son-ln-law of Mr. and Mrs. Edwards & Meat Market Barksdale's Store
Grocery
Department
Blume, is confined to Doctor's Station
Hospital .in Starke with blood Seeber Goodman's Service
poisoning.Mrs. I
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Robert Turner and children -
and her mother, Mrs. Alice '

Anderson sonville l last of Starke Friday.were in Jack- B. T.Thomas Lumber Company The Farmer's' Supply : :

Mr. '
and Mrs. H. D Starling .
had as guests last Sunday their ; Florida Theatre t '. *'; ... : .
I -iqn.tn-1awand daughter Mr. and
Mrs: Raymond Redding and children ; '. ,t
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Cooper Surely of of Wildwood.was Jasper nice last to Tuesday.see Ray He Denmark Furniture Co. of Starke H. C. Wall Insurance Agency ...

ceps formerly employed at the .
Firm, and came by to say hello Williams Jewelry :
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jto old friends. : "
Mrs. J. M. Edwards Jr. and "
children of Starke were Sunday Koch Store '
dinner"ru sta of her parents. Mr. Drug Gib Brown's ,Service Station i,

and. Mrs. E- C. ling
H. D. Gamble and many more ;
Silcox Cities ServiceNoegel's
Farm residents enjoyed the first
day of hunting season last Satur-

Hay.deer Don't or know not. if anyone baggeda Starke Builders Supply, Inc. Shuford's Standard Service Station "

We are very sorry to lose Mr.
and Mrs. Ned Cant as residents. f
They recently moved to Birmingham Auto Sales

Ala., whew Mr. Cant will .


be their Dr employed., and house Mrs.guest Schween Dr. Schween's have as Lawson Grocery and Market Terwillegar Motors ". l

mother from Germany. ,
:Miss Jean Dugger of Jackson-
vine spent the weekend with her '. ;t l
parents. Mr. and Mrs. L E. Dug j-'? *-. Florida Pest Control & Chemical Co.Shepherd's ;

ger. & Market Starke Radio and lYe <
Volley Starlings Grocery
Mr. and Mrs. M. C,Roberts and I .. t
son. Larry attended the rodeo In ,
Lake City Sunday afternoon.I I
Mr. and Mrs..J. H. Cantrell andbon -_ W H M* *t :
Radio & TVGay's 'l 1
of Starke were supper guests ;
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Of Mr. and Mrs. P; D. Fancher .. .

and Fancher's son last.brother Saturday and night.sister-in-Mr. D & J Upholstery, Slip Covers . Bradford Building Supplies, Inc. ; /J' I I

law Mr! and Mrs. W. E. Fancier "
of Birmingham. ,Ala. visited the .

Fancher's Mr. and Sunday.Mrs H. R. Barrett and t

Children last visited.Saturday.Let's relatives. hi Jacksonville Gem Jewelry City Fish and Meat Market Home Appliance

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not forget the real meaning -
of Thanksgiving Day and :
tate time out to be thankful for


oar freedom treryone dear: country has and a happy plenty.where we Thanksfiving" Hoping have- Dodd's Service and Auto Sales I ;,: Starke! Hardware Co. -Ft: : ; : :,', Starke Recap Cod! :f: \


If you have any news pleas,; . .. ,. . ,..u. ., ,
give me a ring at 32J. Thanks i "

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