Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1960
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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it t 'The new Board of County Com- also be the only County Commission W. Hogan Smith of District I trict Two. Mrs. Crawford was ,appointed 'year, electing its own chairman, a z

mlsioners will likely set two pre- in ,Florida with two women I Three, ; and Russell H. Green Jr. ] to. fill the vacancy ,immediately county, attorney, county road -
cedents when it here
HY members. of District Five. Also virtually : after her election In superintendent and courthouse
Tuesday morning at 9:30.: It will
probably be the "newest" new New 'faces. to be seen on the "new" will be Mrs. E. L. Crawford :November and has sat with the janitor.,

board in the county's history with board when it'convenes Tuesdayare who was elected in November I board at meetings since that date. The !"old board" will meet at G t
Mrs.. Jessie Chastain of District : Carl Prevatt. of District One to fill the unexpired term of Soon after it is seated Tuesdaythe 9:30 a.'m.: Monday to pay current,

1 1I Four remaining as the only I [tan "old-new" face since he has her husband, the late E.L. Craw- new' board will turn its at- bills sbd'wind up unfinished busi- : ,"

1I holdover member. It will, previously served on.the board]; I ford as Commissioner from Dis- tention to organizing for'the'new ness.

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Order Reigns Florida :Power's Commissioner CARL PREVATT, Dist. 1MRS.

Cecil Crawford Finds ,. .

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Cash.ln: CoJl rds With 1 Exception s t z ihz To Get ReductionLocal tV 1'tiJ

Soon it will be collardplantingtime I cent .years 'what collardlovershave I Christmas weekend around power rates will be affected _

again on the Cecil Crav.iord'' known for centuries; that Starke and Bradford County wasa by the $6,254,000 annual

farm west 'of Lawtey. Thus will few foods are as richly blessed 1[ relatively quiet one even with rate reduction Imposed upon Florida .

begin the endless cycle by which ,with nutritive: content. Collardsare all the celebrating, county and Power and Light Company

this Industrious Bradford County said ,to be an excellent.source city law officials report. by the Florida. Railroad and Public

farmer has kept'collard-lovers in of iron vitamin A [more' than Things got out of hand once Utilities Commission, accord-

the?,Jacksonville area happy around raw carrots], and vitaminC.A early in the weekend when a fight ,:. ing to J. H: DuPre, manager of

f the calendar, for the past single cup of collard (to say .broke out in the Azalea DriveInon Florida Power's Blanding District. -

eight years. nothing of the "pot litter"! con [ U. S. 301 south of Starke, Deputy .

Time was when connoisseurs tains, a list of food values long en- Sheriff Dolph Reddish reported But, DuPre stated, It has not

thought they had to wait until ough to satisfy the most' discrimi- The ruckus broke out a- s< yet been settled as to what rates

the first frost before collards were nating food faddist. This is purely bout 5:30: p. m. Friday between will be reduced. The reductionswill

"fit to eat"-but now, thanks to incidental, of course, since the four sailors and two local men affect only those readings

an improved variety of seed, these I' true; collard connoisseur eats themto J. C. Warren' and Gene Bass. made after January 1, he said.

succulent greens are harvested delight his palate, with littleor Reddish said that according to Since the $6,254,000 reduction in

:1r-round by an increasing num- no thought to the vitamin content the story he got, the fight started rates will have to be spread state-

ber of vegetable farmers in this when Warren poured coffee into ki1 wide over approximately 800- E. L. CRAWFORD

Bradford's ''Collard King" has the/ plate of food one of the two 000 customers, the cut-back will Commissioner, Dist. 2

area.One of the most successful of farmed all of his life with the-exception savors was eating. During the not be large for individual accounts -

these is Mr. Crawford-the "Col- of three years when he 'ensuing free-for-all;; the deputy he said. DuPre also said

lard King" -who has earned a worked at the nearby. Raiford stated, Bass was hit on the head he is expecting some word in the

good living' for almost'''a decade State Prison, after a seige of sick- by ,a flying salt, shaker resulting next few days as to just what ..
specializing in aroundthecalendar : ness; in *1 two inch laceration. Bass .was II I rates will be reduced. #< y
production of the "South ""Even while I was at the prison treated at Bradford County Hospital I a. The company is studying the

ern Green Vegetable Supreme," 'a ," he said, "I had a yearning 'to situation, he said, in an effort to

flavorsome delicacy enriched' by get back tothe: farm and always The deputy said the four sailors place the reduction where it is

nature with abundant vitamins.Mr. tad it.in the back of'my mind left the drive-in in a hurry beforehe vw v Td R a 'TfiK Y' I_I' most needed. -

Crawford owns an' 80-acre that a man could 'earn a living if and Deputy James Hamilton The Utilities Commission's 'tr.

farm but concentrates his effort he could Just raise collards! the arrived on the scene. Owner of order does not specify the par-

on Intensive cultivation: of about year around.. After'eight years of ,the establishment* Mrs. Mary Elks Baskets ,Ready 'To Roll ticular rates to be reduced but

five acres where he grows .his old doing?-Just that;I;guess.you;:could Buby, has signed'.af1idaVlts a- I permits Florid?. Power to sub- r.L .

reliable" crop. say trip correct." gainst Warren and Bass for cOmmitting J mit appropriate and ,
figuring was reasonable
As much a part' of the Christmas but also toys for the; children. nuts; candy and other holiday'
During the eight years,since he an 'affray, the county reductions in the amount
',scene in Starke as Santa Many toys. were.gathered at the food items. pre
firs -set' out to helpsupply the Judges' office reported Tuesday. scribed for approval.In .
Mercury Drops Claus himself is 'the. annual Pictured the baskets
steady: deman4 from collard fans, Only other disturbanceS'reported with ,are ordering the reduction the ,
tribution of Christmas.b skets .by on Christmas Eve, and
Cecil has' averaged driving his, by officials over the longweekend several members, of the Elks Club I Commision directed that Florida : : 1-.
Below' freezingIfOf the Elks.Club.. : toys were also contributed by the
pie.k-.up truck into Jacksonville were three 'minor1' fires who Power's rates foe reduced ;
very' This ..year the'.bountiful: baskets Starke. Rotary Club and other assisted with gathering the! so that :: t
three times a week with a heaping on Christmas ,day' and a grass the earnings'would not exceed
went to aroundd50: needy. families organizations.Eachi items. packing the b ketS" and .
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load of collard greens. He sells aroiind Days blaze on Monday. The three.Sunday the approved rates of 6.98 F
per T
in the 'not'only contained two distributing them, r.
*""'*" area,giving them; basket on Friday. 1 before
200 bunches week: 'during fires. Included Iwolgrass" fires' cent. Since August of 1957
; the
: .Th ..priodlDeeVTBroughtto' f &r-aPTentt'Yoi'severar Heals: chickens: as well is staples..fruits. Christmas. '
the, fall': al1rWit11. '" onthstland on Edwards Road south,, of'Starke Commission, -_._- VA. e regr9red .'"his
around 150 dozen:bunches during Bradford County what might and 'smouldering woodwork particular to W. HOGAN SMITH '
some utility reduce Its
wgll be'the;coldest two Despite Charges '
the spring and" summer, when weeksproV on ''record: for the monthof at the residence: of John Smithat J bns And Thomas annual gross revenues by approximately Commissioner, ,Dist. 3

some collard-eaters are "on .vacation 725 MacMahon Street.:All four $14,000,000 In 1957a

:/*' The price he gets ranges I December. I of the fires resulted in more noise u- : ] reduction of $4,750,000 was required
Below freezing temperatureswere MayorLawtey ReinstatesMarshal
from bunches.$1.75 to' ,$2.50 per dozen' : ,recorded on .11 mornings' tout than anything stated.No else: .Fire departmentofficlaa To Hold Hearings ; ; In 1959 2860000.

of 15 at the frost -warning weather -
Cecil favors the Vales variety accidents reported in
were Tax
-station, near the Bradford Collections
which doesn't go to' seed nearly' County Hospital The lowest the county although both the On Local Bills
as.soon as the "old Georgia col- Florida Highway Patrol arid the
reading was 20 degrees on Dec. Behind Last Year
lard" that everyone raised for county sheriff's department reported Ii

years. la qne"of his present "pat- 18.Low that holiday traffic was Lawtey Marshal Sumpter Harley ?
the two- Senator Charley E.' and
readings during Johns I
Sheriff's Posse was reinstated last week by Mayor
ches" [he'staggers his plantings week exceptionally: heavy.iMonday : Bradford County's 1960 tax
A. Thomas
period were as follows: Representative Jr.
throughout the year] he is still : Charles R. Shuford for the duration colections
Dec. 13-27 degrees; 14th-20.5; announced this 'week that' public are about 71 per cent
picking tender leaves from plants Will Parade ,of his appointed term which
complete Tax Collector J. R. Kel-
15th-43; 16th:-44; 17th-22; Another hearings will be held early In ends V
January 1 in
of the
which were set last September, spite ly announced
Tuesday, with
18th-20; 19th-23; 20th-27; I February 'on all local laws pro- fact that approximately -
survived hurricane Donna subse- : charges of assault and
'' 21st-33; 2200-23; 23rd-24; Business HolidayNext posed for the 1961 legislative At InaugurationThe $270,000 of a total
quent rain, and December's 're- (battery profane language and tax roll of $381,000 already in the
24th 23.5
; 25th-28; 26th-31; session. Only bills presented during
public intoxication
cord-breaking freezes. He will ; are still pending -
27th-36.5. the hearings will be given Bradford County Sheriffs' bag.The .
continue to pick from these plantsfor Monday will be another against him. $270,000 already collected 4M,
another two or three months i jholiday for most Starke business consideration the joint announce- Posse will be one of two horse- "It was,necessary to have a law since statements were mailed in
301 Traffic Tally i ment said.' mounted units to ride .in the
before the stalk finally goes to houses, since New Year's Day falls enforcement officer for the early October Includes discounts \
The hearings [time and'place'tobe ,
Made In October on Sunday. Banks, post office,i inaugural parade 'in Tallahassee'at Christmas holidays," Mayor Shu- amounting to about $11.000 for

seed.Cecil plants his collard seed city hall, and courthouse offices 'announced later] will be' concerned 3 p., m. Tuesday, Jan.- 3. ford stated. "Harley has proven. prompt payment. Kelly said. With
Shows legislation
Decline local
Slight only with
three times a year rotating his will also be closed. with the exception Deputy 'Dolph Reddish captainof himself to be a capable officer: well over $100,000 still to collect

fields so' that he is always harvesting Traffic that the "old board" of or legislation affecting Bradford the posse. said yesterday that even though he has done some before the April deadline, the .i :
on U. S. 301
during and
County, itstmunicipaHtiesTWswill around members of the unit
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'from about two acres. The October the County Commission will meet things of which I don't approve, collector stated that residents area ; _
showed 'an'average' unt _
include"'any proposed'population
'first planting is made during the of Monday at 9:30: \ to .wind up its ,will ride in the parade, transporting the mayor further stated. little slow in paying this
.5,463 vehIcles dally at a pointthree laws have to con year
that do.not their.mounts to Tallahassee -
period Jan. 1-10, and this crop is !business for the year.. 'Charges against Harley and his since
.. money seems to be tighter
and a half miles north of form to the:advertising .requiremerits' ,
gathered during, April, May, and Waldo. I The:School Board will,delay its for the event-- The only other companion ,Hoyt Starling, stem than last. \
This was a decline of 1.9percent j local laws Sen.
June."P1e.second,i f meeting until 10 a, mi. Tuesday,. of strictly posse to ride in the parade will (from, a free-for-all fight on De- Tax payments at this same time
from the dally : explain- 1
average I Johns and Rep.-Thomas be. from Pensacola. Reddish said. '
: cember 14 at the home of Mrs.
planting comes in I when the old board will,meet and last I
were a little further a-
during October 1959 but a gain of I ed. Exceptions will be made'only addition to the Bradford RUSSELL H. GREEN, JR. <
and is. harvested in July, and the ; posse Purvis Brown -of Lawtey. Mrs.
April, quickly adjourn, new long with collections 73 per cent
17.7 per cent over the daily aver- in cases of, emergency they de- be Commissioner Dist. 5 ,
will I
County representedby Brown who signed warrants against I Ii
August and September. The third board will organize by electing :> complete. Total taxes last year
during the in
age same month
planting, around July 20 carries chairman, vice chairman, and set t,I clared. called'to the rulesadopted' j' a colorful float which will feature I Harley and Starling after mounted to $32,070II.'ith $ a-'I

him from October through March, 1955..The' meeting dates. New members on I Attention was at .I a huge.Florida 90 strawberry. the fracas, is the mother of for- already collected by the end
October count
on at the House caucus ,
Unlike:other greens, each healthy the board will be W. E. Lawsonof i I Several of the.county's: collegej ''imer i Lawtey .Marshal Mitchell December.
Road 100 at point'' eight milesnorthwest 26 which re- ;
a Raton' Nov.
Boca on ,
at FSU
of Hall]l girls who are, students ,' Brawn who made headlines when
collard stalk once plucked South Starke, and Rodney j Kelly also announced that
of Starke was 1,280 [iquire that all local legislation }
the float.
will ride on enforcement of traffic
its leaves, continues to of Graham ,his strict
put on HamptonTheressa I
still three
I payers can get a per
daily, a lossof, 6.4 compared the clerk of the Florida
per cent filed with .
will I
l The inauguration be olj
ire of the '
laws down the
new growth for several months., district. Holdover members are D, ( brought cent discount if taxes are paid be- '''''
The life of the old variety was, with October a year ago. W Starling, Lawtey HA' Law-'t House of Representatives by j special interest to Bradford Coun-.American Automobile Association
; :r.: I to the.opening of .. fore the end of this month which
28 ,
and 5.9 from the March prior I tians. since Doyle Con
decline daily this
about siX weeks. a son. North Starke: and E. A. 4. year last year. comes on Saturday. Taxes paid In
The collard leaves are picked by, average in October 1955. Sapp. Brooker-New River. the 1961 Legislature on. April ner .of Starke will be sworn in-, Harley and Brown were also January will get only a two percent .

hand and tied'into bunches. Before --, -. The Boca Raton policies u. also. i to the cabinet as Coimnissionei ritwo j of .several candidates. competing .. : ,__ _'-:1_ ;,
-- --- taxes '
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not ; QISCOWU.'lwe : f
local bills
each bunch is state that any of Agriculture. Bradford also j for the Lawtey marshal I
loading dipped
'' of the get a one per cent reduction.
passed in,the' first' 30 days; Ii
into a .'tub of water for cleaningand gave' strong support to Farris position earlier this month. Hari for
will be
session will be referredto No discount given taxIes j W. E. Lawson Rodney Hall
legislative ,
Bryant who will take the oath .asGovernor' i re-elected to the ,
to' prevent early wilting. ley was easily March said: and .
the House Rules Committee'in- I paid In Kelly School Board School Board.
I- next
Scientists have confirmed in -Tuesday. position.he has filled by appointment :
re- of going automatically on an eight percent penalty charge Dist. Dist., 4
stead t
,Bradford County will also be for several months.
will be added on payment made ...
w he House represented in the parade by the A hearing was held last Tuesday -, deadline. :' :
the April
and Thomas explainedthat after
:; Johns BHS. Band! composed of around in County Judges' Court to Southside Principal
: EIGHT!! GRADE these measures were adoptedby I Ii
60 musicians and majorettes un- investigate the December 14 fracasat .
the House caucus to keep local der the direction of Director E. Mrs. Brown's home. But after Bishop To Visit I i Speaks At Rotary : '.
SOCK HOP bogging down' legislative ,I
K" bills from W. Mathews. 10 witnesses had testified for four Keystone ChurchThe tf" I
work in the closing days of and one-half, hours County Judge i I Tom Casey! principal of"South**

BUS Gym the; session as has been the experience HuiI3ing Permits J,IT. A. Yawn still has handed down Rt. Rev. E. Hamilton West, ade; Elementary School, gave aa

FRIDAY JAN. 6. in the past. f i no dispositions, saying he would Fifth Bishop of Florida, will visit I. interesting talk on some of they

Slow In City I lUke time to think the situation St. Anne's Episcopal Church. newer developments in education

AfterBasketball John Williams VictimOf overv Keystone Heights, at 7:30 p. m.. s
Only five building permits were including educational television:*
Hunting AccidentJohn I MaYor. Shuford further justifiedhis Wednesday.. Jan. 4.
issued to local residents during --' at the Wednesday luncheon '
Game reappointment of Harley During his visit. Bishop West .. *

Williams,,son of Mr. and the months of November and December whose resignation he had accepted will confirm a class of eight persona meeting of the Starke Rotary-

: FOR CLASS FUND Mrs. Dewey Williams: of Starke 'with total construction after charges were lodged againstthe and will. preach the evening Club. -. .

was seriously injured in an accident coats estimated' at .?1, 25. marshal, by saying "There sermon. I The speaker said that Starke*

Jut Saturday while hunt- Victor S. Lamb, a home in'!was no one else to appoint and The public is cordially invited. :
was ideally located in to -
This Space ContributedWeekly a x .}f.r ing in the Lake Butler Wildlife south Starke, $5,000. I I've had experience with temporary

to Publicize e.4 Management Area. Jr '.:El: _Hardy, a concrete block marshals before and.found. Teen Time To Have educational: between television being about.halfway '',

Williams fender of office north 301 them to be'unsatisfactory. Jacksonville ang
sat on the building on. ,
Ommnnity Events by New Teen Time Exec Council a car' while -it was being moveda $2,800.: II "Who knows- after his recent Party This FridayA Gainesville and able to receive

short distance during the hunt. Whitehead Bro s, Contractors,, predicament Harley may go on to programs ,from educational tele

THE COMMUNITY The newly elected Teen Time Executive Council Is pictured When the car started up fee' fell home oh south CoUey Road. J12-. make a much better officer," the New Year's party, pon-- vision stations in both cities. He
off and 500. said. rored by Teen Time, will be held 1 I said that response by students to
STATE BANKOF was run over breakinghis [mayor
above: lAt row (1-r) Gary Cole, BAd James Roach Second row (1-r): -
leg above the thigh and Injuring I June Sapp. repair home on Wil-, As far as he knows Harley will Friday night in the USORichard the programs had been good andI

STARKE Freeman Register Jr.. Phyllis Combs Linda Wasdin!! secretarytreasurer his pelvis:: He is now in eon-Road, ,$925. also stay on duty after January 7:30 until 12 : !I I predicted. that, they would play an....

I __ -.. ,.' .,"'. ; Crtil Leach vice president; Tom Ea din, P't'London.. '"Richard- St. Vincent's Hospital Jackson Jerry Gay add carport to'homeen 1 to fu1i1l'hls elected'term. May Jockel win be in charge of entertaismeot. -. important part in the school'cur?

Dowiingj president of theUDCU; is not shown ville. East.Call St. $700. orShuford said riculumJa the future. ',

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.'.'. ......IO'Ul. .,... .,.,_ qr -Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knight f; Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph Bennett of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Barks-' Lester Kite 67 I!No Library Fines ;1 Allowing overdue books to be
arid children of Gainesville spent,1.Jacksonville spent last Friday dale had as Christmas Eve dinner, returned,.,-with no charge, Mrs.Burns :

Christmas day with Mrs. O ,E.''with Mrs. E. L. Cox guests: Mr..and Mrs. J. W. Home Stricken On Overdue Books said, is an effort of the

Knight_ Sr, hd'm"cf Hampton; Mr. and Suddenly In Coming Week 'library to put all such books' back' .
CITRUS AND FRUIT ,TREES! ,11r.>ani: .Mrs.- Cary, Nazworth.oJacksonville t I into circulation.
5.fr8> >;J'W7-Horne? >Jr.d Keystone; I! ,
Oranges, Grapefruit. Saisunus, 'spent :the Christmas Jirisn?l Mrs.. Richard C. May anddagHterjof. i At Home Here i NO fines will be charged onj RIGHT
Pecan Plum, Persimmons at .Sistrunk's. ]holidays withth her parents. Mary } : Homestead'and Mr.I i overdue books returned to the i..

j, Bi fR l6E !:"Beth' Crawford returned, with izs. JUchard C. Williams and Lester Kite,, 67 prominent t Starke Library next week LIbrarian -.;Icrt JOU.iTiU.,favorite Cone,ESTEfiBEOOS:tu and II-:

tt i i Mrs. H. A. Durden of JacksonI"vIDe them f or -week. % ) xofIrlew PortRichey.Mr. ., .timber} dealer: :and cattleman, of Bess Burns announced. :Fountain your* Pen. TELEGBAF8
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.- -- Beach was in Mr. and..Mrs. R. O.Dansby.bavereturned' ar4,Mrs. Ariel Suarez; and I,Starke, died suddenly last.Saturday -;Ii i -, s
to visit Mr, and Mrs. Jim RItch. from visiting her'mother I Mrs: "Marcus Brown 'Sr.. spent t, night. Hewas stricken 'at his, ,
Captain and Mrs. Ralph Rhodes I Mrs. and Mrs. Co' H.-Nasworthy Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale .and! ,'Mrs Marvin--Andrews,-and 'fejs Christmas Day in New Port'JRich-i,home, and was pronounced dead i
'and;.sons of Biloxi Miss. will arj i j spent Christmas weekend i in I daughter Linda Kay were in mother. Mrs JohtfDansby bi'Xla- er-with..col.'and: Mrs. Wr McNear on arrival at .a Starke hospital. \ ,

!r.r1ve..January 2, to visit Mr. and I Brunswick. Ga. with Mr. arid. Mrs; 'Valdosta. Ga. Monday visiting Mr.,.bama. \ 4PvL -' and Dr.'and 1 Mrs. Marcus F. i Mr. Kite was born.in Bradford i
:Airs G. J. McGrif, Jr. j J O. }
I ; Deaver. Sale's mother, Mrs. John Sale. {: Randall Davis of Mrs. W. H. Hart' and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Cary Nazworth, Mr and Mrs. Bruce Cox of Devens, Mass. is hom@m /for two > and Mr .'t; erit Van Dupen I his life, his parents beiI g-the late f
Kay-and Joan Her} spent Christ-I Mary Beth Crawford, and Mrs. 11 .
: Jacksonville Beach spent Monday Barbara Davis I Kile
spentChrlstinas'Day".vvitb Hew
weeks with his parents. Mr. .and.: '! Miss ; James and Lula Finley .
weekend with Mr.
'mas I In. Barney McRae spent Christmas with Mrs. W.'B. Mundy and Mrs.,Mrs' H. K. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. s a member of, the First
..E. Stuart in Baxley. Ga. ]!I Eve with -Dr Barney, E. McRae .J. B.Sapp. Mrs. E.'L. Cox has as holiday :w:'$roW l1ee: Christian Church. j V ;

Mrs. John Christiansen spent and family in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. E.'F, Cain' of;I guests her son, Pearson and son4' ,,,, Mrs el Colley'and Mrs.Daisyspept" .Surviving are his wife Alice'''I I'i ,
Christmas weekend with Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert 'BitgO>d, ;,urnpanied I
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Aberdeen. Md. and Captain and f with
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'' I Inlawand 'da ghter. Mr. aid t Thursday McKinney Kite; one daughter :
Mrs. L. E. Moseley in Plant City. by 'Mrs. Robert Bitgood, Mrs. Ralph Troupe of Cecil Field : Mfrs ASS. Moore. in Newman : ; .
Godwin : Mrs' Earl Norman, of Gainesville, Dir and : ; Mrs. Louise ; a son .. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jr., flew In from Rhode Island
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Christmas weekend with spent Christmas Day with Mr. i -Mr. and Mrs:'W.E;Bowline::and $lackshere. .Oa;, !Lester J. Kite Jr.; nine 'gr nd- I ,
spent t for week's visit with Mr. and
a and Mrs. Fred Leonhard. I ; ; Wffliard tWo
fMf and Williams
In Ocala.Urs. i family spent Monday in Palatka { : Mrt'- children, and great grandchil jl jldten.
relatives. Hixon Mrs. Julian McRae. Mrs. Bitgood Mr. and Mrs. Gar Mathews en-!, with her mother, Mrs.-.- 'Roy. 'pert.the weekencUwith: his mother j
and Mrs. J. R. were
Is Mrs. McRae's mother. tertained at Sunday: dinner for >Mathews: Their son, Billy stayed. tn,Ashburn. Ga. Funeral services were held at 2 i
relatives in Chattanooga
visiting Mrs. Nita Dowling and' Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews off for a' few days visit. -r :; XC:: RUShAND FRUIT TREES- p. m. Tuesday .in the First'Christ- : i
Tenn. over the holidays. Hildabelle Bence, sister of Mr.. Mrs.l -
Mr'nd' Mrs. Charles Durkee Neptune Beach, Mr. and Mr.'and'Mra: :. J. D.Doyle, spent Qnt|>>;cfinpefrnitSatrema, ian'Church with Rev.'Bob- Bad-
J. C.Hoover were guests Wednes'day Mathews of Atlantic JBeachv Sis- ;
Brrtvei home 'Wednesday from Mrs.'Hoover. 'Mondaywith Mr; and lfr.s/B.1'@n PecaairPlainPersimaions" gett.. pastor 'officiating. BUrJa11'was ,
of '
Mr. and Mrs.Dillon Whiner and{Newcomb in Waycross, Ga. 't trunk's. in the family plot in
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Charleston, S. C. Miss Janice Burns of Tallahassee ,
children of Neptune Beach. Mr. 'Bobby"Edmoridson of' Riverside :Mr' and'Mrs. 'F. 'S; Smith and Cemetery near Starke. with De- .
Pvt."Mike' Reddish of Ft/Bragg, is spending the week with Miss and Mrs. :Bruce Mathews and 1 Military Academy is visiting 'his' family:moved last 'Week to their Witt C. Jones Funeral Home in I Hay the coming fyw Year brio* '
-for ten-day leave.
N. c h'home a
Markley Ann Johns. .
of Gainesville, and Den- Madison Street.Mr
daughter parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ed- newhome on charge of arrangements. i
Mr. and Holiday Mrs. James weekend Sullivan in Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wescott of nis Mathews of Peacefield Air mondson, until Jan. 3 when 'rie ,.aJid ilrs.: T. E. Stricklandof Active pallbearers were S. G. \ ''to yon)' and your families real .
spent H Tampa are spending the weekend Force Base in New Hampshire, will return to the academy's winter Belle Glade were Christmas Denmark, Albert Williams, J. R. '
with"Mr. and Mrs. I
Mazo 1 1u1llvan. with Mr. and Mrs. Charley E. and his fiancee, Miss Sally Still- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register Jr., Mac
I quarters In Hollywood I2av Kelly t happiness, lack and prosperity!
I Johns. well of Atlantic Beach. j Paul G. Raymond. and Harry Houston.
Bryan Kucera of North Carolina McConnell
and Mrs. J. A. Griffin were 1 1Rabb
Col. Mr.. and Mrs. Zack Crawfordof Judy IRe Cheryl and Jeffery visited Jerome'Edwards Saturdayon Mr.., and lira. D. W.. Carpenter
In Lakeland over the holidays.Mr. Gainesville spent Christmas McRae. children of Mr. and Mrs.I and Mrs Dolph Reddish and F We look forward to erring yowl!
to to visit his New
and' Mrs. A. E. McKinney, Crawford''sparents his way Tampa Moves To I
weekend with Mrs. Bradford tr
Julian McRae will enter I children spent Christmas afternoon )
Jr. had as J.holiday G. Millican-guests of his Palat-sister Mr. and Mrs. S. R. County Hospital Monday for ton'parents.Mrs. J. M. High and daughter in Jacksonville I' visiting Mr Job,In MariannaHarry i B\\\

Mrs. Hazenof Johns. silectomies. .of Ja.cksanville'spent the holidays 'and"lIra.,.David Reid and family. \
T. H. '
ka. and her, brother > Kirsch Drapery Rods,at Starke Mr-and Mrs. W. H. Thompsonand with Mr. and Mrs. 'Maurieed-| .1Mr. >and, .Mrs p. s. Snow of H. Rabb Jr., managerof
Jackson Monticello spent the H. C. Wall Insurance Agency -
O. Shutt, Hardware. tfchf family of wards. Dublin sGa .arrived, last Friday I
Mr. and Mrs. Russell with Mr. and Mrs. F 'for' the five will
Christmas for laweek's visit with Mr. 'and past years I
will arrive :Friday for Charles Lawsonof Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Myers and
6r- and son Mr. and Mrs.
leave this weekend for Marianna 1
and F. Stump. :daughter of Miami were Tuesday Mrs. 1.. D, Vining.
an extended stay with Mr. Lakeland and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mary Ann Cantrell of Jackson- Mrs Merrill GlosiaRae'Bell of Jacksonville'fa where he will be general mana- ,
of and
guests Mr.
Mrs. Dick Beise spend- her cousin, Marion 'week with''. her of the GillU Insurance Agency. -\
< Morar I Panama City are ville is visiting E wardb. Bpendingthet ger ..
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Knight, Jr. ,. ,: .
visited relatives In Starke during;ing the week with Mr. and Mrs. Green. Mr. and Mrs. j. S. Williams; ',cousin? Hiss Linda 'Wasdin.Air. He will start his new duties J .
: H. A., Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb Miami and Lake Bedford Shores : and Mrs.Mack. L. Williams there on Jan. 2. 1
the holidays spent Christmas weekend in Orlando entertained at a Christmas .Eve' have as guests' this week Mr. andilrs. Mr. Rabb's, family will also ;j FROM EVERYONE At '

with their parents, Mr and j. dinner. Christmas decorations Bennie Frank .Williams and I move to Marianna shortly. ;
Mrs. E. W. Newcomb and Mrs. H.j were used throughout the hoUSe;' children of Carrie, N. C. ,
P. Moye. i Out-qf-town guests who* enjoyed ''E3 Frank Williams is home I Country Club Dance I I ISet'For Your Friend*-

Mrs. Lloyd Jennings and Mrs. the dinner: were Mr. and Mrs. La from Ft. Sam Houston where he

1 1I F. ,F. Stump attended a luncheonfor I C. Adams; Mike ,F1ynn.r'and: has been stationed and is en- SaturdayThe 1 ,
11f Sweetbriar. alumni at the Mrs. Stanley Adams and children route to Ft. Dix, N. J. rhere he Chancy i Johns Agency
Starke Golf and CountryClub's
I.i MILKgaL92c Florida Yacht Club in Jackson Mr.aid\ Mrs.Henry Easterting and will be stationed until going over-
New".Year's Eve .dance will .
ville Wednesday.Mrs. Jacksonville- Mr. i Charlie Hazel and Ona
daughter, all of ; seas.Mr. "m ,
USO Saturday
Bertha Pearce spent and Mrs. W, G. Stringfel- I be held the I
and Mrs. Lynn Hall of Hampton: night, starting at 10 o'clock. Ad- ,
Christmas weekend In Jacksonvillewith Iwof.Kingsley Lake are spend-
Mr. and Mrs. Homer :
her daughter, Mrs. Mary I Theressa Mr. and Mrs. T. Cato ing a; few' weeks ,with Mrs Joe mission is $3 per 'couple: Music -
Mrs. ; will be provided by a" live 'orchestra \ ..
Lane and granddaughter Wilson. ;
Mr. and
'Gainesville .Mrs.
. of ; i :
and there will be novelty
Marybeth Peacock. Claude Crowson. and Mr and,Mrs.. :>0sa Mary. Winker of'Gaines '
; Mrs. Virginia Harris and 'children Jerome Johns and children of ville' "Is home' for a week's visit favors, and noisemakers. ], ,

Karen and Gary, of Val- Starke. with :her parents, Mr.. and lira. Table reservations may be made erwvlleaMAToi.5 ;

: j wir'Eggs Bread dosta, Ga. spent the first of this Mr?. Adolph Gay,and daughter E.;: 'A. Winkler. 'The ,Winklers ',also'1i by calling the Chamber of Com-I ;

dw week with Mrs. Margaret Blank- spent Tuesday In -.Jacksonville d as;holklay;,guests Mr. and meree.office WO'4-5811. ,

Ice Cream enship Louise, with Mrs. Gay's sister, MrS:: .,Sirs. :Fred -Hoppe mt dtud son ,.. .. ... j
Haines and Mary St. and Mr. and Mrs. .
mt David Petersburg
4 Gladys Cook .. .. ..
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Haines are visiting friends here -Mr. and Mrs. L."D.:Green1*das ;Gordon Aimbrose of Jacksonville. I : :
';. Cottage Cheese this week. guests Sunday and MondayMr ,Sgt. Arthur Winkler, who has .
u' 'Mr. and Mrs. "Joe Martinez Dealing;) and been-stationed lrith'the Air:'Force .
\yjur milk In o glojiA and Mrs'BWY: Florida

'fAaeh mug the or a some cup fate; Orange JuiceS spent their Christmas sonand Day daughter-in-in Mandarinwith Robert sons of Jacksonville'Stevens ID!:Mrs Santa: nd-Maria'Mis: :i i ns 1*Va1aosta-neWrbue'-Ift'\WacoTexu.; .:\deft Tuesday:for .: j jTheatr i Used Car Sale i ,

Always'bottoms up.' law-Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez. CaUf and-BQly Brahrien'Lake,, Mr.., and xMrs.'K. Tt Uemorest
Miss Kate Struth spent, Christ-, spent the Christmas holidays with
mas'with Mr. and Mrs. W. 1,. Edwards -I. Butler.Mrs. C.'t.aWffllamsihas) asher ..their onwia-law. land daughter;; elI I f pus cans '
Jacksonville and their 3ir. and"Mrs.. Paul ;
of guest this week her nephew/Bffly Shupe on i ,
daughter Mrs Don. Cornell. : 'Clark, of Eau Galle. '. I I Merr tt Island .. I I. ......- ."... f
uw AnnEE VALLEY DAIRIES Mrs. L. M. Deske of Wildwood Mrs. :Henrietta,-gunt.'spent..the' I :-Airs.,*Julia Ellis, ,and' her 'soninlaw -I ': ; I" .. '
weekend guest of Miss and daughiw visited : ft' 0,
was the week with her, son and daughter, .. Mts? 1 W j
:} I SAT. DEC. 31 1I "y. '
E1)iS'. ,
) ecerlMrs.
Kate Struth. in-law Mtv.and 'Mrs.. -BernardHunt : : 'B --WinWer, ,, I ?
Miss Edith Lang of Titusville, Chrlskns.f intgfitlirs. f '
with in Bonifay.They all visited ; Double FeatureProgram ,
Pa. spent last week here H. Franklin Hunt in St.. AugustineWednesday. : : ". Pauline Howie and :Mrs. ,I 1st. I'' ;
her Blster.in aw. Mrs. M. Ruth BaWsr .of i Cletrftton 'were 'Feature' ; .J

Lang and Mr and '-Mrs.: Paul G.. Miss Frances ,La trum 'spent 'guesta'Tnftsdiy'! and Weda sday'of, i I

... . ., . .. .. '- < .I Raymond. ----.. Wednesday Jacksonville through with -Mrs and Friday"Mrs in MI1)tr and.. and 1IU.Drttt- },fefTiri Merrill fetruth Strut I .! ,A .. ,1.4. "r,f., I v Io I .'

i '
and family'!' pnt .ChriStnias Dajand I ,
L. A. Taylor. and son.
Air and Mrs. Merritt Williams Monday: "t)etmtd '#'visiting I y1 yI

spent "Chrisbn s..DaY ,1Ir_ istk, relatives. 1t

with his Another, Mrs. M.-H.: :'WIl-. ... MR XfrsJJiaaolph' sihk -and .
llams. fanflly 1ft'e(BpAidinf1. this''week in
r 'snd'.t. Miss Salisbury .and ':iinon, nN. C.
Mrs. C, C.'Mendoza
Gloria Johns 'Jacksonville spent with_ relatives'.and i friends. QNGl 'N-O-W ;
>: Hss
Christmas", Day with.Mrs..N. !T. ; ckBonI -
aha'i fiss yIl e 7is p ndiDg :thin i-wek here ; \
Ritch; Mrs.'T. j: Griffln; ) l
as-the-yaest-Of flss'Tlora: Slade. .'

Every person who received HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION Annie: DarbyrMr and "Mrs. Dick -'Siefferman, Mr. and ,1.IrsH: C.:Brown1 had I ,.. :.. I Cars And 'TrucksTo
as-, tfaetrlTmer' "guests,"'Christmas :
last year will receive the renewal APPLICATION of Tampa, 'and' Misses Prances Eve night .Dr. and Mrs. T. G.Rifeh 48

through the mail shortly after Jan 1st, PLEASE SIGN and arid mas'Idel Day,in Landrum Brooksvilleiwith'Mr.spent Christ: ;: 'jmd family, ':Mr:and: 1frs.A'1e1 2nd. ,Feature ,Select From )

.. : : .Suarez. :and ,Mrs. M. F. 1
RETURN. as soon as possible, either by mail or in person, and Mrs. T; F. Landrum.Mr BrownTOn -

if by mail and you desire a receipt, enclose. self addressed their.'d and ughter'MrS. and lake'family Shuford'Mr.and I I' 1955 Olds 88 Fordor 495.00;'

stamped envelope. and Mrs. Murrefl' Ferguson Va.
Richard, Appomattox >
visit Mr. Shoford'S'sister i and Sale Soon Automatic, Radio and Heater .

,EVERY,: person who desires the EXEMPTION for the family Mr.arid Mrs. V'R.-'Fergu; -

FIRST TIME must bring his DEED or CONTRACT days.son and"Bdbb7'during1 They'will visit ng other the 'holt-I, } 961. 1cens -tags yiu 'go on sale i ,1 eE 1953 Dodge Tudor :" 50:00:; ;

,(proof of ownership) properly recorded in the public records tives"and'frieitds as'-they'tourthestate. next Tuesday,office January in the, 'at Bradford thetax'collector's" i New Paint
of Bradford County before Jan. 1st, to the Office. of Mr.. and Mn'It.'C.NUI1rlf.ry: -arid .County Courthouse it was ieAC : v. ,

Tax Assessor in to sign the application. children Miami spent the''holi announced this-1 week. 1956 :
person '
5 'TaxColleetoriJRrteliy; saidthat' ; ford V-8
days here with '''Mrs. Nmnnerysmother : : : Wagon 59500;
ost of 'tabirin: be the
Mrs,Mae .McKlnttty.! .. j I ;
ONLY persons who reside on their property and in good Miss Idell Larldrom left Mortday (aoe.as-:last year.-but 'that'colorsWul'Je 1 fcordomatic !
) :
d. *ThelS61
faith make the same his or her permanent'home should apply spending return to the Duke'weekend University'after with MrJ1: ',blue1\lettering on a tagsiin1a'e yel- I Cartoon Put Put Trouble i
: .
for this kntf.bactgroond.hesaid., 1958 Ford Tudor .00
exemption. Landrum and Mrs:Me'rrttt Is physical'Williams.therapist-jffes.'at 'Tags iorsmall. carsup to'2OOO..i I f f

the university. pounds will cost::$ .25 iand are ,BUN. MON.. TUBS.. .: Light Blue
Iti 'l lassifledby: the'letter-T; Tags in I
An I
Mr. ler6&n'' I
and Mrs. Lyle < JAN. 1,2 & 3
l the Classification .
D from ;2001;>
TANGIBLE and INTANGIBLE personal, property tax returns Phfllitf and family-"Robinson-and"( 'Su'and. son56Hbf and --Mrs: + -\to:'X500-, poands, wiU :cost $1025; I II II II I I 1955 Ford V-8
.plain tag, from ,2401 to' 3J500wOrtds Ii :
mailed this time. If be of spent IIHIHJ
are being at Wan/ any as- f Charleston. 8. 'C. Sunday' ; $15.%5;, W: tags. from i

sitance to you with these forms, please feel welcome to call AndersoB.throirgtr'MoMay'"wttlt' Mrs fiUtee' t,501 to. 4,500Pounds-$20.25, ; and KfflglV.jQwcaims Ranch Wagon '

;}WW tags,'from 4,500'up.will cost I
,on us. Kirsch :Drapery.: Reds at Stirke'',2525. I I

Hardware. tfch-....- Motorcycle,license tags win cost I I ; ,J 1954 Dodge Fordor 150:00:

We will appreciate notice of anY' change in your property Mr. and !Mrs, Logan. Baldfli .u.Sor both' A.and!R ,classes.!, -ball--_. -. -c
spent Christmas Day with her rags wlU ilsp } maflednipbn re-;
J :
during the past year. ; mother Mrs Mary,Jane.Re4<3sh, >luest' plus an raddiflonal'charge ;, 'a CHAROEGAK I _

'. and Mrs.'C. E:; Burton" of j att rt.50" *, Kelly said: : ':-DES! o'DEA I II
Atlanta visiting'Mrs.1 .:'k MHiMiHM H With
are ATicev&alerson I I I Check
'THE through the holidays. i iI A.t-'ThtaRma 1 f! Cartoon: Pup.{ 'on a Picnic

HOMESTEAD APPLICATIONS AND TAX I ,Mr,'and' Mrs..Jim'IBro m 'Go df i J 1 I I

f win and family of Ralforfi and" There1 wis;>: Chrfetmas3ospel ;; t veprogran1 : 1!: i vv Clyde T erwiIl

rMr..-and MrtHarcldrGodwln.raBdam ofo the.childref.att.the WED. THURS; & FRI.: gar
: : : : : I I

RETURNS MUST BE TAKEN CARE :OF' BE- I 'guests,were of Chris Mr and toas+'Mrs.Ev?; diner;Logan : Ti y,u.n 'Including car-Ji. JAN. 4. .5. ,&,.6, I! This Weekend On These

'I' lsT itogiid"glit lTh IdeoratloQs I
Baldwin. > ; : -

Mr. and-Mrs.- Robert, .. BamI In he,chapel..:where 1 ie I
: I Jale and .family were' 'dinner! mice Teas beld, centered" around J IJ II

: guests of Mr. and J.rs..J., W. ith&.manger- scene' and, &; beauUJieTcedar II
\ :Home Jr. of Keystone 'Christmas .- tree, ..unadorned.3ifts4 I
GENE LtlSG: Eve. ritdistributed..froa a re-
.. i Your Authorized; Ford Dealer
ENMrs.. I ,
> Alice -Anderson_ spent >liea/o|-the. manger.Christmas r
'TAX ASSESSOR Christmas Eve and chrIstmas Day; : ;messages were .

I with--her.daughter.and soa-ta-law;. 'brought .Sunday, morning aDd Cartoon Cage.Tright- :' i ,11 In 'Bradford ,County'AGB

.Mr. and Mrs. obertliTumer- evening by' uteSponSor.ilth''n .,. ,,.. ,_. .. _t. .
:tha.State'Firm. [ -, ,. _uoo '_ ,__ .. _. h ..__ ____._ '
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I THURS., DECEMBER 29i; 1960 BUADJ-UKU t.'OL\'I. 'j'tt.tt.at.I'll.I.h"; : ;, *'LOiUl TAGL TIISEllGkdyi

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having their payments stepped.

Joseph E. Gum Officer in

charge of the VA Office in Gainesville

said that VA is now mailing '

to all pension recipients a

tabulating card upon which the

income report may be made.' Pen-

sions cease under the old pensionlaw

Monty .. if the income of a single individual

.. exceeds $1,400 or $2.700
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if the recipient has dependents.

Hatcher Home Scene Marlyce Roddy a Under the new law, it was

Q. 1 kSj pointed out, pensions will cease if
Of Open House Weds Donald SohmIn ,. ,
) the income of a single individual

For, Mrs. Barton Home Ceremony 11.. j". !,,".':-5"'w; exceeds $1,800, or $3,000 if the
gf4gi ",' '',,'\J The
T : recipient has dependents. a-
Major and Mrs. H. Hatcher Miss Marlyce Roddy, daughter 1 "yrafejf q"rt)
M. : ir J.; f-e- : mount of pension may be reduced
Jr. entertained with an open house of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roddy of r & ? -- *3Wf? t A? TSi,.sS* i .. ." :. 'if the recipient's annual income
-* V*S "! ** v J! .'
for lira. Hatcher'a mother Mrs., Starke.,and Donald Arthur Sohm S 6y 't :4: : .t //f rises from one of the lower income
Sarah Barton of Atlanta Ga.. on son of Mr. and Mrs, .Arthur Sohm g ;. J'' .- brackets$600 and $1,200

Monday afternoon. I I of Green.Cove Springs: were ,united I;, r 444.4 1 hpr .: \ >t= a' st' .,,-:..:. for a single veteran or widow

Greeting guests at the: door in marriage 'on Sunday, Dec. g t:"t:A.,.' ".- .t i;; ,.. I without dependents and $1,000
were the hosts and their honor 18, at 4 oclock in' the'afternoon. ,p.' ."''..z 'SfW' f |and $2,000 for a veteran or widow
guest. Mrs. Clyde Sinclair in- The ceremony was performed by ,.k ",, :'.iJc ,- :.... ,:, ,;;:J:: ", ",*: i with dependents.
vited guests to the refreshmenttable. Rev. J. Wesley Woodward at the < ,'.C""-4. "?'?'.-x- '**, j
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home the bride's parents, 1264 ''!1'.' :
> of '" '- "'m: [dependency: and indemnity compensations
: :::; .. _
Damask Road. .
Overlaid with a white Colley T ,' -'-' -'";' ;- '-r aiso receive income '
cloth, the table held a centerpiece The bride who was given in Little Women.s'Club: 'Senior Class members of the: Little Women's dub, "' who, received. New' members were presented gifts by John Miller at the Lit questionnaires and their payments

arrangement carrying out the I'marriage. by her father, wore a their .traditional y :"pink: rOtf"o at :the clu '8<,"Christmas, dance last tie Women's. pub dance; (from. left) Carol Ward Pam Parker Carol are similarly regulated by the ,a- I

Christmas theme of red and green. I street length dress of white:peau Holds Yule Dance; :Thursday:! ,night; ('from left). Mary) Dagger. Diane Firth,\Sara "t)8bo.rne -,Searing, Henri Lou Dennis, Linda Hopkins and Sally Hardin. mount of their income, Mr. Gum
On each side of the centerpiecewere I de ,sole satin: fashioned with a t added. Regulations require pay-
Honors New Members Lipda Hopkins! Anne 3IatthewVand, Sara Woodburn.
1rt"front. : < .
boat neckline and a deepV If
silver candelabra with burn- -'e WCilk e IU S. k.l/t sop ped' .. the income

ing red tapers. in the back, ending in a bow. 'Members of the'Little Women's State DirectorOf Winsome" Class:Meets" Raymond,, Griffis Raiford; five Disabled Veterans j report is not returned to the VA
at the silver coffee She carried. white Bible- topped : Mrs :
Presiding Club entertained at their,'annual sisters, Georgia Griffis, Law within 30 days.
service were Mrs. Norman Willis with white orchids, and wore Christmas. dance Wednesdaynight Junior Women :At ,Haf her Home '; tey; Mrs. Fra ces'Starling, Mac- Who Receive Pensions No income questionnaire is sentto

and Mrs. F. B. Beard, while Mrs. pearls as her only ornament. Her I cienny Mrs Britt Rosier and .
Dec.' 21, in the club' house: Honored At CoffeeMrs. ; Must Report Income veterans or widows who ,are
Nat Dankle and Mrs. Carl Roberts shoulder length veil of illusion The 'l-udi The, Winsome Sunday School! Mrs." Ester Wilkinson, both ofLawtey
large orum.1ere service-connected bene
was attached to a headpiece of I j of the'k5rst.BaptistCtturc)1 receiving ...
poured punch. 'beau- and Mrs. Sarah Jane
1 dancing was enjoyed, was 'John G. Mahon of Jacksonville Approximately 37,906 disabled
de soie and lace. at'the" Home of .Mr. and}Irs. fits.
Mrs. Chantilly met.
Assisting in serving were peau Griffis, 'Maxviller 19 grandchildren -
tifully decorated in the Christmas ,, State Director of Junior
S. G. Denmark Mrs. J. E., Hardy Miss Lynette Roddy, sister of motif. Clubs,'of the Florida Federationof H. :p.t' Hatcher, ron\ ,Monday and nine great grandchildren veterans and dependants of some
Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Mrs. M. H. the bride, 'served as maid of hon- night Dec. id, with Mrs.. J. E., ; 16,572 deceased veterans in Flori- Faith PrwbyterlanChurch.
During the evening, Mrs. Vernon Women's' Clubs, 'was'the hon- ; MflreseSunday
Sheppard, and Mrs. E, A. Yancey. or, wearing; a green velvet Chanel) Reddish entertained the I ored :at' coffee: Hardy as 'co-hostess.: Funeral services were held ,at da who receive monthly pension
guest a delightful Churcn School,
suit, with matching headpiece.Her Games'were played and Christ payments are being reminded by services-
2 m Thursday in Long Branch
"White Christ- i W. p.
guests by 'singing Tuesdaymorning;( when Mrs. Worship, 11
9:45 a.m. Morning
flowers pink ( alas carols by the group; the Veterans Administration to
were carnations sung Church
JuniorVomen mas" and "Silent '1ght.- She i| Hal..Hand entertained: at her home arid'white ;gifts changed Baptist with Rev. George report their annual income a,m. Rev. James R. Neale Jr., pastor !-
r was accompanied at the piano at 1341 Blanding Chism, officialing.Burial was in ,
To Meet January 5 William Howard Sohm, broth- Road. ,' by members. lfrs'Leia: 11undy = the church promptly and avoid the risk of .
i I by, Mrs., L. J. Green. i Christmas. decorations were } cemetery under the I
cf the served as teacher:of the 'class,'gave the I I I" .
i I er bridegroom. Miss Delia VMlnHAC]' _*' At... It._.. V.ai ., direction, of DeWitt C. Jones i =- -
Rosenbergpast van gv" points -- ... ,,, .
The; Junior Women's Club willj best man. I"'I: uuuugu- husbands )jeweled match boxes. &: :.: --- --- .. ---- ----- -' -- ;
senior funeral Home, ,
director presented each I out the'rooms' decorating for '
hold its meeting Thursday, Jan. The bride's mother wore ablue' Refreshments were served" fromthe'diriinp 'Active pallbearers were Dan.
girl with .the traditional .long I.this' lovely affair. '
5. at 8 p. m. Mrs. Kenneth Grid- 'of de soie and a table with Mrs: LeoHebertpouririg :
gown peau? Harley, Joe Griffis Harold Star-
stemmed pink rose, after .which I' ,The 'coffee table, overlaid with ;
The Of Picture
er is in charge of the programand corsage,.of pink rosebuds. she introduced the new members i a linen ,cut-work cloth,' was centered coffee and Mi-S.; ,ijnj:, Claude Rowe, Lloyd Griffis, Type
will show film on cancer. : Mrs. Sohm. mother of the Mundy'pouiing punch.Twentyeight'members. r J and '" >,
of the dub.Refreshments'. i W-J
I with Christmas
Orientation of new members bridegroom, wore a blue linen, t '.nd.bus- I TheFLORIDA :
were served,from ',.arrangement, featuring balls
,pink ..
will be held at 7:15 and all ex 'annual '
dress with pink rosebuds.A'reception' white Christmas candles, decora-'I against silvered leaves. The coffee bands enjoyed'this: affair.! 1: Revival
ecutive board members and new held after the '

members are urged to be on I ceremony in the was Roddy home with ted with greenery holly', centered and surrounded the table. service were and o other( silver.table appointments ThorntJti.-Pavis -. I I To Be Sunday THEATRE4.1 4.

tim.! which was decorated with white : .
Chaperones' for the eveningwere : Pouring coffee during the morning Told Revival services will Sunday
-I 1 I chrysanthemums and Engagement begin ;
Mrs. H. ,H. Adams : '
Mrs. ( was Mrs. John A. Torode,
'Shasta daisies Palms formed thebacklP'ound. Jan. 1, at the Maxville Baptist -
D cBICTARKE' and* two candelabraheld" George Miller, "Mrs. J. R. Wainwright president of the Starke Junior Mr, and Mrs. Elbert E. Thorn- .Church. All services will'start i HAS PULLED
..burning; white tapers. and Mrs. 0. L. HaynesJr. ,Woman's Club. ton: of "Kingsley Lake announce at 7:30: p. m. and '.a different i
FLr: Guests calling during the ap- the engagement of their daughter 'each i
The bride's .,table was covered preacher will be heard night,
pointed hours were members of Ginger Lee, to Pvt Randall
with a white linen cloth' and cen- ; as follows: "Come Dance With Me"AND
Matthews the local club Wayne Davis, of Mr. and '
of Betsy \ son Sunday Rev. 'W. O. Mathis,]
,, tered with an arrangement i : I
Sun.-Mon.-Tues. .Jan. 1-2-3!,
: I Mrs.: Harry K. Davis of Starke. pastor Monday I Rev. R. L.
; Tag-
I j Shasta. daisies? fern, gladioli j Entertains Friends '
"The Plunderers" ;'The tiered wedding cake was topped I "' Starke Elementary Miss 'Thornton is ,a graduate'ofliHS i i gart; Tuesday Rev. Newman; I
with- miniature bride and With Hay-ride ati d is employed at Clay Wednesday, Rev. ,Waller; Thurs
r Starring:: 'Jeff .Chandler, Ji)1ui.1 I PTA To, Study Electric.! Keystone Heights. : day, Rev. Peacock; Friday, Rev. IS SHOWING IN ITS PLACE
groom. .
Saxon, and Dolores Hart. "f !I Miss 'Betty 'Hoffls presided at Betsy Matthews entertained Child Growth : Mr. Davis graduated, from BHS! Percy Knight I,
twelve of her young friends'witha and "''attended St. Johns RiverJr. .

Never StealAnything W the:cheShier punch bqwl cut the and wedding. Mrs. George cake. hay ride last Friday night. I Starke Elementary ,PTA ilJ} .' ,College. ;B-nd.1s now training. ; 1 HRfilSTFR\O"I('.: OF FICTITIOUSANE I'TK\TIO\ TO "The Day They{ Robbed The BankOfEugland" :

Guests were greeted at the door The gusts met at the home of have a Study Course on "Child at Fort Devens. Mass. Xotke is. hereby given that tht'undprlgned

SmallStarring J., W. Woodward I the hostess' parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. | Growth and Development" given. Weddings plan.! 'wi1l be'. an- ', under the provisions
by-Mrs. of-Chanter 20,953, Lawn of Florida,
L. Matthews, and rode in a by j Dr: Edward Fleming, State pounced, "iatet.UDC '. *. .\ ,
: Roger Smith, and Cara When the couple' left for a : { .. t, t I'ts.ot.UU will register with the '
iVilliains. i..., the truck filled with .hay to the Mat I j IBOard r of Health of Jacksonville : Clerk of the .fircult Court in and
r wedding trip to Nassau. for Bradford County, upon proof of :1
Plus Color Cartoon ,__ bride.was wearing a white wool I thews' cottage Kingsley Lake. ,'Jon, Tuesday, Jan. 3, 12:30: to 5 >Notice .; ; publication" of thin notice,, the fictitious -
{ suit'with"purple accessories.' : After Apt ,the .lake.the. ..youngoJJ splayed ''Bs-m. .... It/J' ':" name of BLUR TAVERN, under .- -
: r which I
engaged businessat
am :
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and then were A covered'di81i will b"'served. 4 The : '
: January \ they will be at homeat games I supper UDC .will meetat" the :209! ETow-nlee St.. tarkp, F.lorlda.
Wed.-Thu, 'Jan. c-s Magnolia Springs Apartments served grilled hot dogs, potato.' at 6:30. Parents shouldbring.9 home of Mrs:Ola-"M..,Perkins at Pauline ,Sistrunk. 2-19 BrownleeSt. Starring Alto Ray and Virginia Sellers
.: Starke, Florida sole owner.
chips cookies and Cokes. -' ad" vegetable or desserts, 1320. E. Cali/Street; Wednesday '
"The World in Green Cove Springs.The ; on. IVtted this 2Sth day of Defcember
bride is a graduate of'the ,Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Matthews -! no meat. At" 7:30 the regular .. Jab '4.'_, at J3 p. m.. Mrs. A. D. 19a at Starke.; Bradford ,
In His Arms" In entertaining the i' meeting will be held. "Parent and Bertha' County, Florid _
guests .
I University in of the Florida Green, and Cove Is were their: daughter,Mary'Agnes,;I'I'FamUy' Life Education" will be will Peat serve c&and',as Mrs.co-hostesses.MaudeHailee 12-29 4t 1-19 I :'. : .. '. :' ,: .' ., ,_ _- :.=:='" : __: :'_: : c-,

Starring: GregoryPeck.' aad Ann teaching_ L _,-___>___ and Bob t+erguson. ,, the ,topic. 1- .
Uyth. I springs: Elementary School. I I I These sessions will be interest- -
of the
Mr. Sohm is a graduate Mrs. Flora Wilkerson
( ll of Florida and is an Miss Edwards ,. big'and informative. Come prepared -
'That Mine University j:
Gang I' ..
in mathematics and to ask Dr Flemingany Dies After Illness j
T S I I instructor "
science at Paul E. Reinhold Ju I! Honored With. ?t.i;questions., ,' 4' ' t ( ,1
tuning: Bobby Jordan, Leo Got' .
I Mrs, Flora. ,Griffis I Wilkerson; "
*y, Clarence Muse, and Dave'Brlrn. nior High School in, Green Cove Slumber. Party 1 Recent Births I IMracid I 79.. of. Lawtey'died' .Tu'es ay''tn.A BAXTER.1: SLIPPED WHEN r MY POP xj h r Ng
Springs Miss Gayle Edwards'" entertained 't1 i 1.: Starke '.hospital, ,after; a";lengthy HE'WAS' RUNWN' HAD, A FAIL ODESS) FELL '
Plus Color, Cartoon ,illness. daughter [, .' LAS :MI6HT THAT BAXTER!
The Ql the lat.e-j a ASLEEP.
for her BA6
Garden Club .sister Diane last Wednesday Mrs. Drew Reddish ainoujice )- i HOME WITH.\ MADE HIMUNCONSCIOUS c
.at' son Berry and. U ra Bleach, 'Griffis;. FROM WHERE DIE HE
night :
a surprise birth- the' rpva1 of a ,'Douglas QF..eROcERtES FOR 0
Fri.-Sat.,. Jan.,, 6-7 Panel Discussion day-slumber party. .! j Edwards,; onI,'I Dec. 22 in St. she was: a lifelong. jesjderit( jot t EIGHT HOURS! ft FALU?

The BIG 'BEAT .. The six guests enjoyed a Ham: Vine nt" 't'Hospital l, Jacl onville." Bradford County, and,a member. fifty hsh&Market, 1 4

The Starke' Garden Club will burger fry and Christmas birth :Mr* I Reddish and young son re- Dr'the :Baptist .Churchl. '
jtJltaiTinj;: Goji Grant William meet in St. :Mark's Parish House day cake. ,Christmas decorationswere turned to ,their, home here Mon i Surviving are five daughter( \

||leynolds, Andra Martin, and I I! at 7:30: p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 3. used for the affair. : : Mrs.' Penny' Griffis .and Mrs.. LUlie -

"effrey Stone. I County ,Agent G. T. Huggins will Out-of-town guests were Miss day.Mr.., and 'Mrs: John Schultz of Carter, 'both,of' Maxville; Mrs.

conduct a panel discussion on Cathy Williams of 'Keystone and''of a son.. Lyndon Charles, on Dec. Victoria Monds Raiford; Mrs.

From The Terrace ,,.I timely subjects Hostesses will be Miss Pamela Edwards, of Palatka.. I .26 in Riverside Hospital, Jack- Polly Prevatt Lawtey; and: "Mrs.:I}

[Starring;:. Paul Newman, and Joanne Mrs. ,Harry, Mooty, Mrs. C. L. Temple' .Motel announce the birth Lula Wittfeldt, Cocoa; three sons;]I

| 'Wo dward. I'i Cooper, Mrs.. M. H. Lang, and Luncheon Held sonvi. 1; Mrs." Schultz and the Lloyd John and Wilkerson.Harry Wilkerson Tampa# ,Law and
Plus Color Cartoon I Mrs., Smith DeVoe:- In Honor Of babyare. expected to return to I fey; four brothers-.IWi1U .tkftfis';, : :

Virginia Harris their home here Sunday. Glen"" St. Mary; Brooks Griffis;; Weekend Beef Sale!

n t. 1 '- .: e Jacksonville;, and Nathan.end' ,

.. ,.
Mrs. N. S. Dankel Mrs. Marion .- .
Payne,.and Mrs.,Mike :
Sheppard '
entertained at a covered dish luncheon ; To All Clients .And ,Friends Of The ,

given at the home of the i' >'. H. C. Wall.Agency '''ROUND BRISKET

former on Madison Street wed- ,

nesday,at 12 noon, honoring Mcs. :' ," '** -**. 69c STEW Ac

Virginia Harris of Valdosta, Ga. Mr ;Harry Rabb, my present office.manager:in Starke, STEAIf 1

Christmas decorations'were has resigned, effective January, 1961. The Agency RIBSTEW

used throughout the' home for will ,bft: operated r' the. present under e supervision LB.
,' n
this affair with'a gayly lighted ';!pf Mrs.,_Eula_ Mae Smith, and we will. continue to'give': '. ALL 'MEAT' u ,

ibNwYear' 4" Christies. tree adding a festive- ., the ,same service to our good I friends ,:and customers I
as has been given over the >
-past years.May I
Luncheon was served buffet l # STEW.lb.. SSe ROASTFRESH

NT 30 style from the dinin'g.: table which : \ I :take this opportunity; thank you for the.

was covered with, a, white linen many'favors'granted the H.-
C. Val!
:Agency, and wish.
Father cloth centered with .a low ar- for each of .
May Old you a Happy Holiday Season.
rangement Christmas ,balls, \ SMOKED END

berries, and native greenery. ,

Eighteen guests were invited to .. .. .. ,' Harold C.. Wall i FRYERS BACON PORK CHOPS

treat f attend 'this'love1y affair with the I
\ I
you '
,, honoree., : Harold C. WailAgency
: I

well'ihroughout, ;. Outlaws EntertainAt .... i LB. 2Se LB. 2ge LB. 3ge ,

> Yule Dinner .

Mr. and Mrs. L. H.. Outlaw entertained Smith Corona and '

the 'coming 'year! ". I dinner.Thursday night at their at a'i home tstinas last ; Remington .I I i -HOG JOWLS with tongue e. lb.. 'I

Yule decorations were used "

.. .. -. throughout the rooms. The highlight .
', .** 'i "
J '- beautifully of ,the lighted decorations tree. was the -' PORTABLE BIG BAKING HENS : !

; A- I
Dinner was rrved buffet style '-i .
Denmark Furllhture.'CotI( ? ", from a table covered with a white SOLD ON ,

. \ i linen cloth 'and ''centered with thethree EASY TERMS 9
j kings etch: holding a ,burning 9t i
I .
riper t
of. Starke : ': .. -. I t
: ,. : Mrs. Jim Chasteen, assisted, in :
School SuppliesBradford
._, ..' serving the twelve guests. i! 4? .: WE STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE OF GROCERIES
; .
.,; Future Teachers
"" '
:; Plan HayrideMembers : County Telegraph .1 EATS ""

"- : ....
of the Future Teachers I
,' Club of BHS"\will have a hay- Phone WO, 4-3101 I PRICES GOOD FROM THURSDAY THROUGH MONDAY NIGHT

: rlde Friday night 1e&rinc'from' i OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 AM TO 9 P.M. .

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J v, filed 'my final returns as Executor ,City of Starke. Florida at the City: than 8 per cent by weight The ce- |jest any or all bids.
: : of the estate of G. W. Andrews deceased I Clerk's offieecfin! Starke-Florida. tan number must be a minimum of Board Of Bond Trustees Of
.. ;; that I have filed mj- petition until J:9 nVluck'-p. m. on .Tuei-da, 4j All bid prices roust be based on e&erves the right to accept or 'vet
editorial Farmer's iary! for distribution and for final the lj th day of-January; 1961.: :at I Jacksonville Terminal Price plus I CRy Of Starke Florida.
'discharge, and that January Hth whkh time and'place all bidsife" freight, less contract allowance.The By, Xlerrul Edward City l't..rk.
:. 1961, 1 will apply to the Honorable oehed will be publiuy:>>_utod'and said lizard of Bond Trustees 1!-22 2t 12ALVAREZ' -;' '
... ;# Theron A Yawn County Judge of tf'lalour! on the folf ice I
... By Sam bieGarurIdentifying Bradford County Florida for Twelve a
,$I : approval months supply fuel oil, -
..-" of said final returns and ror approximately 140,090 to ISO: ,060 m'
Another Credit i an order! of dl.-tiibutivn and fur gallons .No. : Diesel fuel oil to conform trill Men's C Clothin III i
I final discharge executor of the STORE II I
them, especially the as to specifications of .imvn.au ill I
( t warblers. One visitor thisweek I will nf (5.V. .Andrews deceased Petroleum. Institute. Fuel oil i.iu-t, : Established 1894
December :2: 196btS ( ,Ont bate higher sulfur! ,
To C of C's Account was the king of them all\\, the : R. 1:. Andrews .nion_ I *-
1:. K. AndrewsExecutor
pileated woodpecker, whose
of the Estate
knot looks like a patch of .. of O.V.. Andrews, d." II.wd.
The good that can be accomplished by unified community ing red. V *>: 1-!! 4t 1-12:!
effort was never more graphically! illustrated than last s t- /
I t We are the old! I !. The Cirrnit Court Of Bradford .
Week when the Florida Coca-Cola Bottling Company re- cow I Conntr. Flor'da: la i'hanrrrrfnxr Li

considered its previously announced plan to close its plant j Don't tell anybody we told you shed into a greenhouse. As a start I :\.. i-oM: r '
Stuart! Y I..a nh'r. Plaintiff, v*.
we took off the old metal roofing '
here on January 1. The announcement that closing of the j i but it was cold this past week. i Mamie Lanter, alias Mrs A. Wil-
and replaced it with
local plant had been "indefinitely postponed" was welcome I 1''The one cold ,wave was bad enough glass !! liams. Defendant
roof made up of surplus window ,! NOTICE OF SKIT '
news ,to this community which is just as vitally concerned i''' but along came another and i sash. We'll make the building ,' In The Name Of The State. Of -.- '

With keeping the industries it now has, as in obtaining new !: l practically everything on the tight and provide heat with an I, Florida T Mami": Ltnter. MH Jfs.. .\.
place got nipped, including Sam. I Williams', whose residence isT21' ,rRf
cad ..,
ones. I circulating heater .;
_,, .. Ii I Hieh Street : ,
> :: "
.. ; You are hereby notIfied that a 1
without saying that had it not been for the We had a low of 23,- but over '. 'r *Ai"j
I.t goes I The soil in the : I suit in equity in whiMi the, relief: :: : ,
quick action of the Chamber of Commerce and the in the Vanderbilt section they:tell barnyard:a I'sought Is 'divorre and cus-tody of \J '. ,' :
coopera- I Ididn't t[delight-to .Alice., She uses it-for. : Helena Lavon Lanter minor child. .
tion of the business people upon whom it called for help, us it got down to -19. and winter potting plants- and claims 1tYis; *i of the parties, 'JM! been filed against -'
'01b V Lanter in
get here officially until ; ) ) Stuart
the local bottling plant would have closed its doors this "good enough to eat"y: '' /f" : the above named Court and (cause ;
Dec. 21.
weekend-and remained closed.In }i 5 5 and you are summoned ordered;
: end reQuired to file your written ;
t 'Tobacco ''who have' '
growers ah answer or defenses to the complaint
his letter to the Chamber of Commerce, announcinga 1 One of the berry, growers, who! ready made up their seedbeds in said cause in the office of
has his planting mulched with the undersigned l Clerk of said Courtat
reversal' the decision to close, Frank E. Snell, Jr., gen- j i plastic, tells us that some of his ;, will be sowing seed during the I Starke, Florida, on' or before the J!

eral} manager of the company, left no doubt that letters he plants are being killed by fer- ,1 holidays, and. for them that will i j I 23rd day a eopv of January thereof, on 1961 Hollis, and" V to'e

received from Starke people concerning the continued operation tilizer. He saidhe put out the start the long season that will Knight plaintiff's attorney, 'hMf'
: end with the market next July, ,'ddrep i* I'. 0ox M2, Slarke, Special Offer For Stubents
of the plant. played a large part in the company'sdecision plant food in a band in the mid-j j! One leaf told us he used I Florida on or before said date, as kf
to remain in operation here. These letters were dle of the beds awhile before I I grower ', required by the Laws of Florida
t the quick "hot" treatment of MB a i]' and Rules of Court. If you fail to
the the
written at the urging of the Chamber of Commerce, and I setting plants through for the seedbed and
fumigating confess will
: do f>, a decree pro
without such an organization to spearhead this action, the plastic and so there was- plently :: that he likes it.i i>e" entered against you for the re* : .
of time for the to "cool
plant! and its substantial payroll and tax revenue, would fertilizer : lief demanded in the complaint. Famous
off. But still he is losing plants. :i I
This notice shall be publishedonce
have been lost to the community. S." i j I We've been puzzled by the lacko. a week for four consecutive

and cold flattened :!;: .' cedar out in the weeks in Bradford County Tele- f
The frost our seedling
"We members who .beysI
want to thank and all of
you your I graph, commencing December :23: ,
small planting of berries but a'j I and swamps, but this week, we liiWO.! ESTERBROOK
wrote us, for their very fine sn rit of cooperation and for
couple of warm, sunny dajs and heard a logical explanation. "The \fitness my hand and the seal of .
their genuine interest in our company and our product, I said Court at Starke, Florida this
cedars in 1
they perk right up again, and a require a Spring. i Ifc-cemher. :21, 1S60.
wrote Mr. Snell. few blooms appear. larder to germinate," a woodsman : (CIRCUIT COl'RT SEAL) Fountain Pens
'S. I to'd us. We found some seedlings'','! 'Charles A. Darby
Here then is a very clear and precise answer to the .1 Clerk of said Circuit Court. _
Cut of land last summer, and, as remember .
up a patch for a. you 12-22: 4t 1-12
doubting Thomases who are always asking, "What does planting of 500 Arizona cypress i it was very wet early last Plus Tax
the Chamber of Commerce do? Just tell thing it VO'IHK OP I\TK\TIO\ Anv Point
me one
I seedlings It proved to be a job. year, so the man must be, right. UEC.1-TKR FIOTITIOr "" \MKN'mtce
has accomplished during the past year." t for the bush-and-bog.harrow will I is hereby given that theundersigned '
Lots of the Chamber's accomplishments are of this na- i! cut sod, but it won't turn it. We The farmer is a sentimental of Chapter"'; ,20,933 under;::, Laws the of provisions Florida. Of'Your Choice

finally got the job done ,by cut-( creature-at least Sam ie. While Acts of 1941, will register with the
ture. They are not spectacular and often pass unnoted. } Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and
I| ting one way, then cross 'cutting working in the barnyard; he is fur Bradford County, upon receiptof
They are none the less important, however-whether in it twice, and 'also double cuttingit ,flooded by memories of our former proof of publication of this notice .

behalf of 'bringing in a new plant, or keeping an old one. again the other way. pets.The stanchion where OAS! Of the STARKE.fictitious name under of which SLADh we .(Esterbrook Pens Regularly Sell For $2.95)

s J Joy stood patiently as we learned are engaged in business at 322 W.iladisim I

Got a pice of barbed wire mixed i i to milk the nursing pail we used : John Charles St.. Ptarke Sawyer, Florida., P. O. liox Points Available_ Shorthand, Bookkeeping, General Writing,

The! Kennedy Choices up with the mower and hada t to feed Bunkie.the hog pen where 5; :-6. Starke. Florida and Joanne S.:

real job ef geting it out. There's j we kept Henrietta's litter of nine Sawyer Florida,, 1'sole. O.owners.Vox 526: Starke;1 Student, Signature 5"jb, and Others.

not too much room to maneuver\ mischievous pigs.. and_n_ the'__., grave Dated this :22nd: day of December
,Are Well ReceivedWith I under the mower and the barbed j where we buried our beautiful. ."\. D. 1"! 60 at Starke Bradford .
'.'.unt/", Florida I-!! 4t 1-12
wire doesn't come, out without a i Holstein'yearling.
Communist China pressing on India, fomenting I fight. 'i 'I CALL FOB IIIIJS'iEal..d :

trouble in all Southeast Asia and threatening Formosa; 'S. I In this, our eleventh year,' we the Hoard bids of Bond will be Trustees received of the by ..NOlEBOOKSc:

Moscow\ vigorously all for a
exploiting possible
The birds which have been are happy to extend to everyone

extending its influence in Africa; East Germany threat- I visiting up north during the summer our best wishes for a Happy :WHILE 'U WAITOR Red and White

ening West Berlin; Moscow and Peking both deeply involved I! are back again with us and ''I New Year. It's the most beautiwul ,

in' Cuba and greedily eyeing all Latin America, there is little I i! there are so many different ones i time of the year 'and we hope -:with "BRADFORD HI"Trinted

wonder that the world eagerly awaited the appointments i that we have a time trying_ to each of you will enjoy the Day.-. One Day Service on Cover Plus Tax

announced during the past week by President-elect JohnF. j I

., Kennedy.All l app Sets Record I Advice Given WE SELL BROXSOX SHOES .

but were the those of ones the pertaining awaited cabinet with selections most bated to were foreign breath important policy-the around, the of course Secretary world,- : In Outboard Race ;! On Under, Retirement Social C 1 Security tjt't.W SHOE COURT REPAIR' :Reg. lOc ..Crusader __Notebook :Paper -3 for 25c ,

; "of State, Secretary of Defense, and the noncabinetpost Local' Boy acesl t 1 Is retirement just around the 126 North Court St.:

of Ambassador to the United Nations. :corner for you 'or is it a matterof Starke. Florida .
I Pete Sapp of Palatka, son of years? In either case John W. E. A. Hall Owner & Mgr. Reg. 25c Composition Books -20c each

It is encouraging to note that Senator Kennedy's choices Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp of New i Spann, Jr., manager of the Gainesville I

for these positions met unanimous and unrestrained approval I District Social Security office -
River and veteran outboard motor -
advises that social security

For the all-important cabinet post .Secretary of Defense racer breezed to victory in i;.i>i be included as a basic part of the

Senator Kennedy made a bi-partisan choice, pickinga record-shattering time last ;'Sun- i I retirement plan. I

registered Republican, but one who thinks of himself day in the Outboard Marathon i i i 1 Mr. Spann say that he is sur- SEE IT! TRY IT!
prised by the number of people
event on the. St. Johns River.
more as "an "independent" in his political choices. RobertS. I who let social security "take care IF YOU WANT MORE

McNamara, accepted the position at great personal sacrifice Sapp covered the 80-mile! ,grind ;iof itself" until they have retired. I GAS 'INFORMATION, .

giving: up his 'jpb as president of the: Ford Motor in 1 1:27.13 taking the lead from ,Then if there is trouble in get- CALL ON US .'\

ComWLIY.Vt'ich! paid around $400,000 annually, as ,well' the start and increasing it'after 1!ting needed information and evidence KIO OBLISAT1OMINFORMATION PLEASE,

as': divesting himself of millions in Ford stock. each 'of the ten laps.It the first benefit check will

Mr. McNamara is described as a man,,of courage, daring, was sweet revenge for Sapp \be late, he warns. NEWEST ''

great knowledge, and dedication i to his work. It is said that who last year capsized his boat The manager suggests that each S CHE.ERFULLY

those who know him best :can think of fe>r people as deep- in front of the grandstand midway worker check on his social security fin. GIVEN
i three
account years.
ly capable of carrying opt the demanding ;assignment of .I in the event. He has been Then, any errors every in the recordcan tI FASTEST

Secretary of Defense. He is said to have a photographic racing for ten years. I be easily corrected-

memory and an almost immediate grasp of the most complex 'Tom Moore, 14-year-old son of Another suggestion from Mr. 0

problems. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore, placed l Spann is that people plannning to PORTABLE
second in his class ((50 HP) 0 I W et
For the top-ranking cabinet post of Secretary of State, I retire should visit the Social Sec-
and received a handsome trophy. I
Senator'' Kennedy made the happy choice of Dean Rusk, He also placed ninth in the over- urity office two or three' months TYPEWRITER >
before.they quit work. He said/ the' .
anbther-top-ranking executive who must resign as presidentof all marathon. would explain what,isI I r e. .. ............... ...
the Rockefeller Foundation in order to accept his new Geoffrey Wolfe of the Jackson- Office '
needed get the lleI.li's checks
assignment. His work with the foundation, has kept him in ville Water Ski Club, alsovell, started; to),roplptly.JiOPE"BAPTIST'. IN THE y rtl ?

touch with current problems at the people's level throughout known in this area as a former

much of the world. He was an assistant secretary in the i resident of Silver Lake, made a ; CHURCH s

Stale Department under President Truman, where he prOd \'-. j clean sweep in the men's division i Sunday Sunday School 19i. V WORLD ?. ; )

to be an able administrator, as well as a thoughtful I!1! of Wolfe'the water turned ski in tourney.sensational, i I .m.' MOJning: mesage 11 'a. m J-

policy analyst.He I f performance, compiling a a perfect )Training Union 7 p. m.; Evening.. f'

has moved freely in the world's chancellories in the message 8 p. m. y
3,000 points in winning three !; Monday Bible Joy Club 'j
past eight years, and has been exposed'' countinuously{ to I events..; He took the jump event : b5p.m: ...'

the cross-currents of global governmental thought He is with a leap of .102; feet, ,while I Wednesday Prayer ''Meeting

Widely! and favorably known by diplomats in Europe, Asia, taking first place! also in the i 1:30 p. m. Choir Practice +4:30p. :

Africa, and Latin America, and knows their national problems slalom and tricks. ; m-: Pastor: ,Samuel S.- Cuth- I
Wolfe is currently living and
at the grass-roots level. \.
In his selection of an Ambassador to the' United Nations working at Cypress Gartens. :I 'HI WAY CHAPEL EASY
Senator Kennedy could hardly have made. a happier 1
Franklin Ritch NamedTo : ,P Burgess, Pastor
hoise than the man he picked Adlai Stevenson -Although Scuoo1' 9.45 _. W ;gr, Sr .
Sunday : A iu. I TERMS
there were many throughout the nation who were : UF Committee j Morning Worship. 11 a, m. Even- I '

disappointed that Mr. Stevenson ,was not made Secretary of On Higher ,EducationFranklin gaistic Service, 730 p. rn. Wednesday GET mer \ J AHEAD FROM

State, they agree that, particularly at this time, the United i weekly prayer service, 7:45BAPTIST .;\ YEARS. ti

!Nations post is hardly less important. I j Ritch of Starke has' ...,iw J\n'Eli ,ANY ANGLE
Mr. Stevenson will: shirt his new assignment at a time been named field representativeto CIIUPCB BEST flf J : .
: \ the University of Florida's stu- : Sunday School. 10 a. m Vq/ .
when the Communists are concentrating their offensive .
dent-formed Educational Analysis I ship Hour. 11 a. m. Erentntx Sec STYLE..SPEED.SPIRITHere's :
against the effectiveness of the UN as an instrument of I .
Committee. 1 p. m. Prayer Meeting eats SCNUUL'8T .
stability and a force for peace in the world. This coldly Committee to I (Wednesday,'7:30 p: r. '
goals! are spread j '
ALL. inside
:alculaied offensive was opened personally in New York awareness "of the problems and} w a, portable that's NEW .'. .
t '
laa.t September by Premier Nikita Khrushchev himself. Its solutions of higher education by Cllt'RCIIIUooIPTOX and out! Calaxie. gives better typing with less

clear purpose is to nullify the effectiveness of the UN by I fending a personal contact force j i BAPTIST -I effort1 than ever before. Trace its,modern lines. .

the tactics of harassment and delay. i i of some 60 students .to cities j I I Sunday Services Sunday I Try Its responsive touch.' You'} see why theSmithCorona ".. .

The task faced by r )lr. Stevenson in counteracting this !| throughout the state during' 'the i'I 1 1 I i School. 10 a. m. Morning Worship; 6+t Jwa JFa, I! Galaxie is everything you ever

Communist offensive is immense.. He defined it himself ;| holidays. II I I 11 a. m. Training Union, 6:30 p : t wanted in a portable.
earlier i 1 Representatives will urge heads.: m. Evening Worship 7:30: : p. ;,lIlii : ; I
this month when he said, the United States : L "' : II I
local :..
of organizations to adopt j Prayer Meeting Wednesday. 8 p. $195 .
and! the Western countries! no longer control the UN." That j !
committee aims as of their i .
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is :the cold hard fact in spite of the Eisenhower-Nixon > I. (...ty Jut ft'. Court 1m fad
and will ,
platforms !
I j! encourage : F.r RntfUrd FUrida.
denials of loss of the 1 foMBtjr. Ai t fIIt t FREE: from Smiih-Corona if'i
prestige during late campaign. .residents to 4.write their' legislators In. rr- Estate of fl, W. Andrew, ::" <

As chief US delegate to the United Nations, Mr. Stevenson in behalf of higher sducatton. !i Notice deceased.Of Filing Petition For FinalPtsebarge OR IEG lM I i i I ''' with every Smith-Corona! po tflF able.* !era A

will have one big advantage: the fact that he commands 'I Of Executer .-.... : 1! ". t'bfr -rr- t cam P fete '
,i i To AU Whom I' May Concern: a-m.Jfpfl8l3.
virtually universal respect, in UN circles.- Delegates ,, ) '....tft"II bevel. t 1cet \\\11\ 1 KarrY ; : i recafdsl!
from ., 'iP"'ift' ,f : $2395 VAIUEI -
other nation consider him one o! our country's most b
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hard to imagine the fate of our nation and that of our alI I _,'>fEB PPBLISHED CONTINOCSLT CountyTELEGRAP3

lid being in'more capable hands ihair.this 1 I _, :>|>CR: THE S4UC: M&9THK4O.rMI Bradford
big"three" that
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l' -,_ cc. BETHEL MISSIONARY .y Worsh p. 6:30: p.m.
< YY9yyyyyw.i spent Monday:\ with Mr. and 'J'BRADFORD HIGH DCF 4lxry d BAPTIST CHURCH Tuesday. Ladies B.ble class, 7p.m. '
Ernest Triest. .
; Sunday School. 10 a. m. Morning .
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t THERE'SS'.A W, T. Zeigler of y --i.f.t'! Worship. 11 a. m. Training : \Vedaesday, tsib.e classes., -.:2 0p.m.
visited his sisters Mrs. R. C i ,; Bill Simmon prucher.
: presents. ,, Union ;:30 p. m. Evening Ser-
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'By Bath Griffls WedDesdaY.B111Y .' ice, 8 p. m. Prayer Meeting eaca
and' their families on FAITH BAPTIST CHUKUHLant .
>aw r 1 Wednesday 8 p. m. Everyone welcome. -
...,laiaaau.i.u.a.r Dampier is spending the t y
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rn_ i & I .-Rev. R. L. Lee. pastor. \
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holidays with his parents Mr. z u, # ; I : A. C, Uawey. Pastor
enjoyed-' and Mrs. R C. Dampier. He is a 1 Bible school lu '. ra.
student at St.Johns River College. i n< EVERGREENBAlriSX ,'. Preaching 11 a. m.
the community Center last Friday' CHURCH
Mrs. Lay'Wynn; spent Christmas Evening Service 1:30 p m.
tight presented the Hope H Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach ;iing
; with vher daughters, Mrs. G. | Bible StudY and Itayer Meet-
'Sunday .School :cla ses. At the W. Jfcell,and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson j ,. xSy1 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: < ns. 7't l pm., Weaneaday.ROATDRALN .
close of ;the program gifts and and their families in Jacksonville.-:' r p. m. Preaching 7:3f: p. m. Prayer j jMeHinr I
j Candy were given: to those attending MrS T.' W. Dickinson and son, :: WMreadav 7:30: p m BAPTIST CHURCH
The.netf fireplace added:a I IJ Eddie, and Marcia Griffis were Wednesday 8iW. ntndv 7-* I Sunday School. 10 a m. Morning

J cherry note. as wen warmth< to.1l 'shopping In Gainesville Wednesday -| I 1 ne : y.m Jos. E. Norman pastor. I : Worship. 11 a. m. Training
l ,th$ occasion.; '' Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship -

Mr., pcf Mrs. Sam Rollins, and John Dodd of .Bob Jones CplJ{ r'' ; HIGHLAND 7:30: p. m.
i l>OI1Qf LaGrange, Ga. spent 'lege 8..C. spent,the holidays with'| ra ; : BAPTIST CHURCH I Prayer Meeting. Wednesday,
Christmas 'With their son-in-law his parent;. Mr. and Mrs Fred :- ,, Sunday School "'45 a. m \: 7.3p.. mPastor. -
t find ..dawhter Mr. and Mrs. W. H, f : ; i Rev. Barney Sweat.
Dodd... He attended services at r } Y.r .,., Morning Wot'h1r :i a. m. and I:
t Hall Jr. Hope Church! on.Sunday, j '- -'-- 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Everyone Welcome.
', I). J. .Philip of Gainesville Johns i AMELIA WILLIAMS Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Rev'
Mr. anl, Mrs.' Thornton\ .. iI I CHRISTIAN CIH'RCU
1, George Chlsm pastor. Everybody |
I -nal, d Starke Elementary Library welcome. Carl Clarke. Minister
'\ ruriini' OF CHRIST 10:00 ajn. Bible School

MON': 1Y'\ i Sunday: Bible classes 10 a.m.: U:00 jn. Worship & CommUJ'llon -
Assembly Worship with the Lord's i
: BARBARA GREEN Supper. 11 aim.: ; Evening Ass mb-' 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship

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.. hours of on-the-job training durically in an effort to create a bet- \;
'-; .i : ::- 1 DCT Diversified Cooperative program designed to give worthy ing the'afternoon in a socially acter understanding in the commun-

: 0uCE |!Training offers a practical ap- ,,students a vocational education ceptable vocation. In this way ity Of the DCT program and the Bradford Abstract Co.
I : I proach to broadening the oppor-1 I at the same time they are receiv-' busIness men of the community training agencies that make it
t a.H : l tunities for youth since the school ; ing their academic education. are directly helping with the ;
plant as such- cannot possibly\ The DCT student's school 'day training of our employable youth.possible. I
!0ffICEY provide equipment for real exis. divided into four hours of study This is the second in a series of The third in the series will aparticles i j I

perience in all vocations. It is atin I the morning and at least four that will appear periodpear' at an early date. 1,. .

1GU, !;and daughter. Emily of Starke FIRST CHRISTIAN 'CHURCH "Chi Rho 5 'p. m. Choir Practice .
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f .\1 visited relatives here Christmas I Cor. Call & Christian Street I,I 8 p ..inCYP, 7 p. m. I
a Day: We are glad to know that Bob, L. Badtett. .MinisterSunday | Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. New i I
t, School 9:45: a. m. Worship f, Training for Brvice. I Happy "i ,
Mrs.. Johns is out of the hospital ; I-
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II\ltpjntl.r fy t. j Practice: 7:45 p.m.. Litany and i iI I

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'I'l Clio 2 Sunday'S tOOl, It a. p.. Morning ,
$B9 (,! Worship. 11 a.: m.;, Evan?* !I I
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6. !: '"Come, let us'' reason together. iI I r a :
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St.. 'Edward's Catholic Church {
J Pfin; ;efiltst$ :efficiency by eliminating fatigue.You can Starke.;: Florida

,(BtJjvit'it i i : ';4-wayi. to fit your body.'Molded foam Holyday:Sundh/Masses Mass at 10 8:30 a. m.a. m. & :lf; I -

/"bhti seat,covered wlth'latest Fabri-coated mate. 5530.:p. in.Weekday. ). .:,

r I.V/il, not stain' ; crack or peel Bruslufdoiy i iotmtK.. :; Confessions Mass; -Saturday at 8:00: 7 a.to m. 8 'ike. ,,( .

'fdmt.did. base:equipped with,ki rk -*has-and... .,-**-4' ">. m "
24- ".. Baptisms marriages and Instructions TlRELE'S'STIRE / .: :.
'|6p bearing casters. Seat size"EXECUTIVE"16x 14i :: .
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,+ ;Cllalr I 7j! MADISON STREET BAPTIST, : All-flyion cord Mileroaster tires by Cities Service J' .L .
Madison St.'Sunlay
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: "x.- j-/ Colorful, tmprtilhrf, heI lo'it'WQrd..In. School 9:45: Jim Law- '. Our officers directors and bank

,beautBrushed aluminum,f satin' "on. Superintendent. Tube or tubeless, new Milemaster tires are __i i !

Ld.-1:; .adiust smooth( 'frame ble.ftnsion and base and.Jiit-ddjaittible itt with;;; a :Training Morning Worship Union 6:15.: 11:00.Jim, Har- j,. pound for pound stronger than steel.' .resist y. -:.,,.- ._ ,. ry .. .staff wsk you.anti yours a healthful *j f"l UJ.!: ,

I height.:Swivel ball-bearing casters.Saatsire,191S"x)14"x2'u :!I den, Director : ; beat'blowouts breaks...cushion your ride and and prosperous new year. We/ l look ;
Worship.. 7:30.
Evening :
reduce squcating.too!Yet they're priced amazingly .
Meeting -
I t ,Wednesday Prayer forward to meeting your canningneeis
::30" 'low for such quality.
1 1 wilt friendly and courteous 1

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1 : service in the months .
Gre..Ih Gny... Ook l..f em.. ..:,.....I ., I Servtcte each, Sunday. In oWI 'Can't. Buy,a Bettor Tire to Save- our Ute I
4s.JiSOI7f :,.,,441e 1M! ..I." c.tte ...w....'. I Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun-
kppAbe live sal! ..ft.pettet .... eft .\day School 11a.. m. &cramentstrvice
M ruet..Appb OcHL.bsIRr $:30 p. m. Everyone wN.some. '

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-. Serious. Fires I I L Johns ThankedFor Foreign Students, -- -- I Starke Realtor' Buys

.* F $30000 Block
Jlurn 45 Acres II Interest In t For Madison Store

faR Are Honored
New Gas PlantIn I S
; -' TTO serious woods fires this I I Guy Andreas Starke realtor,
...eek'have added emphasis to !i 1 ''14aa j has purchased'a block :of property

Earnings recently Issued by the } a letter to Sen. Charley E. At Yule Party in Madison' for J30.000ac-

Florida Forest Service. I I .4.; J Johns last week, W. J. Bowen, cdrdih* .to.'a new's.. item in last

Aflre, along Old Lawtey Road } ,j president of The Houston Corporation \\-e k'* Madison Enttrpris -Re-
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& starke Monday burned 30 acres r )- ,. .. .. I St. Petersburg:, expressed i Steinar Lorentzen. exchange dorderV The property Is located
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Of Improved pasture belonging to 1 r..."'..- appreciation "for your interest student from Oslo, Norway, now a..; four .blocks from the Madison

L,'Nasworthy, and 15 acres of F.t.., I I in our proposed liquid hydrocarbons completing his senior year at County''courthouse and was purchased -

T'jiwxlland belonging to Nasworthy ,1.7'<- extraction plant to be 'Bradford High School attended x 4 from J. ,(X McDonald of

and Container Corporation, before built near Brooker" Senator | a Christmas party honoring all a:3 Pinetta. Mr., McDonald retainspossession

'It could be brought under control. Johns had: written the company ; cf the foreign exchange students Tops"r :. ,ce ,of four houses on the

The blaze started from a trash : expressing pleasure .. over the 'enrolled In Florida high schools.! property, which hemust:[ move by

fire that "got away" from a Ne-' company's proposed; new plant j This gala event was held Dec. 18 Fefc. : 15.According.- '.

fcrp' resident of Reno. I here and offering his cooperationand I at the home of Mrs. Michael to the. Madison newspaper -

'I Another serious woods fire occurred ; I help if needed. j Miklas in Tampa. Co-hostess on. .Mr. Andrews 'will erect a

Wednesday afternoon'' In his letter to Senator Johns, this occasion was Mrs. William I supermarket 'building on the

!iiorth. of Lawtey, with the extent Winners In Teen Time Contest | Mr. Bowen said: "We believe that :Schuffman Florida director of block, which will 'be leased to

,6f damage not known at press i; j this plant will have a very beneficial -'f the American Field Service the j 'Winn-Dixie. Estimated cost of
"tune.Forest \\1nners of the dance contents staged at the Teen' Time Christ effect on the northeasternarea I I organizational sponsor for the Likes : 'I the modern structure is $100,090

Ranger Jimmy Hodges I mas party last Friday night are pictured with Richard Jockel (center of Florida. I foreign students. Styles and work will begin as soon &a
.barns that vegetation killed by ) director of this activity. At left are Johnny and Joann Scott, "As you may: know," he contin- i The student honor guests at the the houses- :; are- moved..
the recent freezing weather has ued "the construction of this
II winners of the fast dance contest; and at right are fickle Devrick I party came from Sweden, Au-
I and greatly added I "Flat
turned brown proposed plant is contingent on
and James Hayes of Lslamorada, who won the slow dance competition. f stria. Denmark Switzerland and I Services Monday
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Pipeline. Expansion -
the '. advice
I were those from Florida' who are "When in Rome do as Romans do" seems good .to
He urges extreme caution !I before the Federal Power Com- I <
scheduled to visit various countries Steinar Lorentzen, ; personable-Nemtflaa:teettajer .attending
Funeral Services Funeral services for John William
this I P. 0.
:"In burning trash during per. Receipts mission. At this time, everythingseems "
M I!I i For Lonnie Smith to be in order and pro I starting Dec. 30. Some 300 Bradford.High School- 'Steinat<<. -soon.showed'- 'his approval-of Amer-.. Abernatby, .82, Of Daytona
guests, including the consuls of customs "flat-t haircutas coated Beach, wbo.died last Friday, were
can by' optingthe.popular ,
4' Ranger Hodges had the misfortune Show Small Gain"This ceeding as planned. The FPC ; : ; p'
'represented nations, attended the
to break his wrist last week | To Be ,Held FridayLonnie 'staff has recommended the Julian with the "long halr .fetyfo.lie wore, (left) upon arrival in the,U..s. held Monday afternoon at Dedan
I party. Tampa Mayor Lane
;when a drill he was using on a I I Commission that this expansion Flat-tops"are 'called -'-"Yankee haircuts" ia'}Norway,' SteM says!:. Church near Brooker with Rev.S. .
;Forest Service truck body got out i Sidney Smith 73, of was one of the smoothest I be authorized. We hope to ref is sending keys to the city to the E. Sparks of Starke officiat

'4f control when breaking through Starke died Wednesday morning I Christmas' we've had in a long f ceive this authorization within I mayors towns.of the exchange students'home in 1915. Currently, the, ,';organl--.. at. speak'. to.'triem.'are: Tequestedto' ing. Burial .was in Dedan Cemetery

..t.metal plate and wrenched his in a local hospital after a brief i while," Starke Postmaster G. J. the next two or three months and zation is sponsoring 1.B53.studentsto .make arrangements with I,. witS Wilson-Brannon Funeral .
I illness. Born in Homerville Ga. on j As a senior at Bradford High.Steinar's H.. Uor'ofiristruettiori Home of Lake City in
;*rm. I I II McGriff Jr. said after he and his| following that the construction the U.:S., and .some"6,000.F.A. Gibson;'Gf nefal Sjiperv .
I Jan. 2, 1887, he was a retired ) of the. plant will commence." subjects include English merican students to foreUni;: t .1-:' : Ac&wdiiig'; ; to/ages= charge.: Deacons .of the, Graham

/. CARD OF THANKS railroad worker and resided in staff along with three extra em- ,,, Problems of American Democracy tries.. A private a ueational :''or- *Q.ts.t1 JJie.; AFS 'aU,. vsits Baptist Church: were pallbearers.

,.. Starke on North Thompson St. ployees, had kept mail flowing Trigonometry, Speech, and Driver ganization, .the APS' has-ifo''"affiliation andtrips- -'must lie'cleaned In'"a4- -' Mrs. Abernathy' was a former

*, .I-wUh to express my appreciation He was a member of the Nazarene smoothly throughout the holidays. I ACP Cost Sharing Education. Although he is expected with any. fdigioua.vpolf-: 'vance--with,the'sponsorlng.Americafr : resident of Bradford County, .but

for all the kindnesses shown Church. McGriff said there was no last Loans. Availablei to graduate from BHS in June U al, or ..other. organization: ,:< JIJilly"i !,. *- had lived i in Paytona Beach for
during my recent bereavement. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. i will attend his own school in 't' -' ;< : the past 40 .years, where he <<
'o Yjirfrva1".here, fallBteinar ?
minute jam of letters and pack- the ;The, Starke,(chapter of.AFS iflt ; ; >}i :1IS. -last
Dr. '
do I wish to thank two
Especially Alice Twiggs Smith; one daughter j are reminded that requests for an years. was a grocery store.
eludes among its membexinipRev. first. sponsored .by
'Adams, Charles Schmitt, Mr. and) Mrs. J. L. Nails of Eau Gallie; ages being got off at the last I for ACP cost-sharing assistance After his graduation Norway, Barry Van Deventer:as,chairman :-' Mr; ;and MrS. Fred Dodd,. f,Keystone He is survived by his Wife
:t.trs. Leonard Hall Mrs Shaller, I a step-daughter, Mrs. Paul Hutch- minute before Christmas. "Peopledid for carrying out eligible Steinar plans to enter college to ,Mrs. W, H. Qrahtou? ''Mrs. / Heights' during"September Opal Roberts .Abernathy of Daytona

and 'Mrs. Rigdon for everythingihfey ins of Starke two sons, Donald their mailing early this year 1961 conservation practices maybe study engineering.The H. H.'Adams, }Rayeddisliofahehigh : arid October.'In' brder"to" bring Beach, and two daughters

..did at this time.-Mrs. Miljdred i L. Smith of Chula Vista Calif., and:! helped both of us and them- filed through the local ASC young Norwegian who will scnpbl faculty;.and--ttfq'PHS him closer to"-the?:>chooKand itsactivities Mrs Lloyd; J. Green of Starke,

r Crehan. and W. B. Smith of Miami; two selves," the postmaster stated I County Office in the Agricultural be 18 next March, has an older seniors, ,Linda .,Gay le Moody? :and ;: he ,was ,1 j.moved toe Arid Mrs.' H. ,H.. Gay of Pensacola.

brothers J. D and: L. C. Smith, "And every letter and packagewas Building, Starke. brother, Svein. and a younger Terry Walters. < '. : L." H'Gibson'.hOme"in; in Starkedui-:, four grandchildren, and two

both of Jacksonville: two sisters mailed out the same day it Mrs. Mildred Sapp, .county office sister, Torunn, who live with It is'.not the .of the ing Novembers Mr and Mrs::Gib'son great-grrandchildren.
purpose ;
Neel Mobile Radio M/s. George Smith and Mrs. Arno came into, the post office." manager, reports that $18.- their mother in Oslo. The fatheris program to turn' the -student'into' and daughter.' Gloria/ accompanied

Fowler, both of Jacksonville; four The Post Office had 131,106 900 has been allocated to Brad deceased. American .Steinar to the Christ- Watch NightSeryice
an but rather.to familiarize .
; 234:i N. TEMPLE AVE. grandchildren, and two great' cancellations this holiday season ford County for use by ASC Steinar has studied piano for him with American .Fars:. mas. party ,tn. Tampa. ,
grandchildren. from December 1 until Christmas, farmer-elected committees. in. en- eight ( and enjoys playingthe Scheduled
years The organization grants--JheVstu- At fee..ctoseof: the schboi.year.tierer .
(located in North Florida Funeral services will be held at about 1,462 less than last year couraging farmers to earry out instrument, as well as singing.He .
Supply Co. store) 2 p. m. Friday in Jones Memorial McGriff said. But, he added regu- the most needed conservation misses the winter sports of ice dent_|14 :monthly for. current: ex-'.. \Steinar'. ',,wll.} .joinoth'er'ei-. ; rEyeryone is' i Jriyjted% '''to attend

Chapel with Rev. H. 0 Boyetteof lar postage stamp sales this year measures on their farms. 'These skating and skiing in his native penses. Public i >1" 'i r ,, change; students.otv a :bus/+trip>> Watch Night services 'at Heilbronn

PHONE. WO 4-5521 the First Methodist Church officiating rose .slightly to $6,673.43, an increase funds will be allocated to individual Norway, but is greatly enjoyingthe AHWMIUWS perttof'.the': tQV 'r ig' 'imP rtant'' points Baptist Church on'New Year's
Speeches >o- .
Burial will follow in of $313-37 over last farms in 1961 basedon are : Eye starting .at 1:30'p.: m. The
year. early U. At'th'er
of "warm" Florida endor
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j call novelty a gram, i but -forbids| anp;public ougelout :,
If no answer' !Crosby Lake Cemetery under the McGriff also stated Christmas requests now being' received.rnm.ca AFS' : ; '' I program *ill' :include congrega-
: i WO42113ftadio direction of DeWitt C. Jones .'maU'was usually processed: two winter. talks before"JanuUy' 'because'' flan.11age lt ;tftis.} :travel :period,. 'tlie;students tional.singtngspecial, l vocal'numbers -

days prior to Christmas in the UP GOD The American Field Service organization difficulties, .-. 'Local-t organizations i1 return,. to. their, native cqah-.. refreshments, and several

; & TV Repair Funeral Home. local post office. "Being two days Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning was first established wishing.1p hive. ,... Steih-' ._ tries.T', .. .' .'. .. .. t i I speakers, including' Rev. Barnes

AIR PARE BAPTIST CHURCH'' ahead of schedule is the usual Worshio. 11 a. m/ Sundae V .. '- from J'acbonviUe.WM'I'TfDn. -.
: REASONABLE PRICES Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn; :thing.in this. post ofice, unless we Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPH ]Winter Schedule -- -
J QUALITY SERVICE 11 a. m. Training I I do have a'Jast minute jam of late Service Wednesday. 7:45: p. ra for.- N. or U p.. N. Nurae week.
ing Worship }
Seiii'ttEeit relief > 'VorX4 daft! a
c'. ., Union 6:45: p. m. I mail" the postmaster stated. Prayer Meeting Freda}, 7:45: p. w Of RecreationIs : If *..Tr d :Jto"WlTHA'.GMrHo Doctors. HoBpltil', ; .'... j, tfch*

.-;., .FOR1nlrfiT"v jfUje' t bedroomunfuralsbdhouse.'Retrlgerator
AnnouncedThe Incfudod. -
CLASS1IMEMO'S : |:+;3, month. Call. WQ 4-039;.
Dowling's .
City Recreation Depart- ,- .. ,'1 }Vf1. .
-,-, :. : : ** .. ': 8.341: Breeding age registered -
ment announces its winter sche-J. utn 'Al 118' hbltltyMOif.: -L.-. 4-CN1t Net< ptN AnfUs! .BullK Price' reason
.. . ...
)0.' < able, pojle. Conner' WO. .iiOI.
dole of activities to begin on WOBO9 Otr'L11:5st'f' JU$ertt/aXl.irir'Ci, srgei ,:..., _:.I.' : t4b: ,

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Wednesday, Jan. 4.,with a varied, [ 4 -l. :.J.t. : vSGLISff .
:ADDITIONAL VtoMD 'q-fEiJ.- .... 4v''pu,Wprf7O fC.attWrlthlc'
---+ ( ; .rot;
$ for all ; (Grammar. @ptlJht'g, ,Reading, 'Busl-(
N program % DlliIOONTO: rNFrl'L.'r; INIE..trOn: eASt':.' i"f n, ..1. nffcs'l: igllsh). ,IVedneudayBj.! 7 p. m.koutheasb .
Director Bob Benner states thati ADDITIONAL. FOR: BLIP:4D 'p AM'"O'f FAIU H AfYA,16V ; Wlutf.fSOmdg., .Credit
,1 Jt-deaired.. %trhg -fi
i adult activities will include bowlIng ; "! '" '
sh\CElV: SBWDCGSALES 1LAdtlikC io: C R''M > I.
| and basketball leagues, and '.\ND\S R1ICE fyf : Ready mix'coactetrcoaaf4' : t. bloeki K6i6e Trailer .Far. Sale-Ifodel,. 1937Great.
Sert-lnir machinesVacuum1 Itltan !!sand t fronvq..feoca. post- lanSA T ement, Lakes M K. long b. I ,ft.
|the formation of Senior Citizens eertrfct' all ll rtar. ,.. .
a Floor polishers.! We IrtX ; wideLocation' Highway 22$, 4
make keying toacbiiles; >'rt E.PjCK: Umeroekyand- (hodt"OravPhs1r04.252IY'ltad : miles home
north:pf Brvoker-At the
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Club The arts and'craIts class 02 ,N..- oid" ., .
TP AXU Dt:l4lV1: RY Write ( .Enflne lplfCo. of Russell Green &*.ntr Donald
[will continue to meet Thursday I If Marion St. Lake Clty-Fla.'ffht; '. ; "4 'to'I"-> ., .'; '. ,ttbi, 'l6J,'LakJ Butler
I 888.: t. ttcHI': .I I ". "' .. i, -, k'ia.Phone-'fy S; tSSl.: ., tfchg
[mornings from 9:30: to 11:30: a .m.1' qALL. '- ytvr.: \ ,
.3"fJ.iitki01: > 'tw-lfulrt: !
;, U.. S. No. 1 I SPANISH '//coa\'EP; tibk.i.t:>iJ l uttd'ryoli; : and : -'grading.:,1T.,' 4dalHE. PABJt .
the Boy Scout Playground.Further Thursdays,- 7:?o< p'. "1)\-' Sellthe6ttvin' ,JAckson;', wo 'Mouv: ;"
information on adult } URO'bldg.; Beginning s'and _. .. ..J..). I .. .,. t pony or two, or
.\d\'anctd. 'Htud1D1a., 't.'r'e 1t'tf,(1-: F()lt_0'm- llerhap,' plate to-taJu) 'or do
) activities will be announced later. aired ''''*-1ttC4'5 Litlls young: man.'in :'iMinL'VFleid.. some hunting in, the ,,"lid. Has alirabig
10 Ibs.o35c
Potatoes UI'.aUol.rid auto house! paved road front
is list of activities HighSioliojil
Following a
age. Price )tt>)0.$0 Te ma..
o I WE HAVE anew KecesaryAge2I-3&, )>ref.rredj Ph.jttchg.
for people: 1. J. Thomas. Realtor It
young farmers.. Loanawau: I'.t.aauster vu.4aos1.: :. t-5, .
Midget Basketball Open to ,cri4tt : '
alII the 'UtI" .reQQIT FOR RENT' 2. .bedroom nicely
boys 10-12 years old. Practice 'meats d( the farmer .1i4.hli fa. "Lbar-r--i: r o'r near.'post-OH ice. Valf fumUh house with .carport. For
ily. Galneevtl..Productlda. Credit. dark prestriptlQn gVate& PTfeaseat coupU with an-Infant child. In.
will be held on Wednesday afternoons lhla.OalauvlUe pr
I ARiociation; liO ; l ttflhdow.-
aort.Jr. dace 'PoutOff k-a ttfjig 7itV..
quire at Thompson tfchg
H. Indian RiverGRAPEFRUIT ,.
r.1L t.h;
BANANAS from 3:30: to 5 at Pratt I '
FORLB' : 1 .
Srteet Playground starting::: Jan. | RADIO*' .KPA1BKT> .Vewaird: used Bun lnf- Supplies SYtVANIA TV's
1-2 Bushel 4. Games will be played ,Saturday' .U,flakes --, .AU...... .... Iive., war Pipe, 43* ''lengths. ; Bales. '& Sen'ice
49cSweet I' .....a.\U Cbllre. aasrutwet per:',.foot. .Sett BUly.\ !Jackson,,'Jack & &
Yellow mornings. SIIBPHKJRD'* RADIO 'TT sod Building.. .Snp Uea. ,:.'ue. STARKE RADIO.. &: TV
Archery Club-Open to all boys !*... GrttB, Ofraef "< I Phone ,WO 4-B511
9 of Club 412 E.. CaU.SI.: Pan.'WO'4pefJlsrke. n&\1'=.3' bedroom .uiifur.'n.
Ripe fii3 \ and girls over years age. i> rut ': _-. FOIl ; FRIGIDAIRE'APPLIANCES
meets on Saturday at-11 a.m.. and'on Ibhod 'house it C69' CUrK! St,.'AvaH-
Able-Jan.-. .see" Bdll"Gr. -namM: -
Thursday at 4:15 p.m., Pratt FOR KEXTron SALEledroonl: ; ;yarez-.Store.- ; '' :5tehg.' UlZt ,
lbs. ii: T-1I Street Playground. The next masonry house 3.2031.. &. Epperton. BUSINESS COURSES (Typing
meeting will be held Saturday j St. PUone Wu Ucii .: 1'I\iCA. \ ," "m,iD pOV.EL'SLfgNT Shorthand, Bookkeeping, General
ail Bubines and Thura.
I ( for,) tiff I.h ) Wednesdaya
Jan. 7, 11 a.m.Trampoline | FOR SALE Eej-fuuda; and $h'airraag.liar. : ,; ). 7 days, 7 p. m. and 7:10 p. to. 'Credit
Classes-Open to all j \: JUICY
WO 1.51.71:; 4tcUg.'l-19 13dr.. Credit U 4eMred.V, :.tdh3'14 i
: 25c boys and girls over 7 years of age. PETTOW ..FLOBISTll
PLDIU..rOnly '
Classes will meet Mondays and 'I401.IDAYrBPciA. .U( .
F. T. D.' Flortit In Stirle.Flowert : WO 4.4tU
Fridays at 3:15 p.m. in the USO.Registratioa p1r1Pd ,'any.. place-. Flower t'pfighti'piano PfiDO&-OTi'a.*, cut'dpwjiy*-Pia'nos'piano,' NIGHT. ""0',4-3811 ..* WO "-l MWF.
will be held Monday for all occasions locally.:. .Phone If!P1N47r1TE vLewzna
spinet iVfraaos, ptoios: 19.>> !
each WO 4.6!'1. 661 Eatt'Nona t,1tfebFOP. '
1 Ic will be Close out SPECIALS; ;: WIRE FLOWERS ANTWBERRtfcht
Jan. 9, when classes as- JO'4'IIP'j : : i '
< 2 0 ,
1\ENT.urai.U; ariart-: la8t.1'Sav'e"u' to ,' .Ps4'?
Red signed. menta. Ke ionablerates.. .Keaeehoppinff. :rile' Music Center n2a"-W' : (OH BALE eountrr home
Tumbling Classes-Open to boys .t1t1" A\'t,.GaiDeirtIVI!; i "' Large
center. Pftone .. Q'tZOil; I elec-
.. : 'ft X 31 ft. Lurtfe. porch
and girls over 6 years old. Classes or call at 213 3.: C herry-.St.-SheU Phone1R'i 11t., :. e2tChg. 'lljv9. trkltr, plttnbinr, kitchen sink all
'Oil Co. Office! '* I installed. Sheet! rock nailed Uj). Path
will meet on Tuesday at.3:15: and' Irteh CircjjlaXQ Heaters.pQd.'serv'ked .
CALIF. GRAPES Local GrownCABBAGE _-_;_, Xewand Used set in.taIUd. Loonted on Hlway 100
4 p.m. in the USO starting Tues- and -.repaired'Jim South of Lake Batler. inquire at31nody'e'ereli'e
SIATHEMATICS'ALt.14Ev: iLs): I&ye Heating and'Air Condition Station. tfchg
day, Jan. 10. Mondays p uv $outheastt+Wing. Keystone, Height*. 4S3'or. 'wU. .1 i -
4k 2Sc Teen Time-Open to teen agers USO Bldff. Business( .Arlth1neU; Algebra '.' .t ..... 'tichg RENTAL

| in high school. Teen Time meets :. Geometry. TrilfODmH'rye'neral .. .. .. I three bedroom nnfuraisbed house
2 Ibs. : Mathematics.;Cretllt-Uj want In- 'fc'tarkeRecently redone on In-
each Saturday night from 7:30 ,ed. 2tcbg': 1-:> side.. Close In. Adult, BO peta.A. .
till 10:30: In the USOV Memberships ,J. Thomai. Reartor It

Indian RiverORANGES may be purchased at' that HASTINGS: MATTRESS .. ;. 'INTRODUCTORY

time. Richard Jockel advisor. & i UPHOLSTERy WpftES I .

29C | 1-2 Bushel 110 Lemon- St. -P i S tt* : I ,OFFER Business
$1.45 Engraved
E. Johns 77
Avery Furniture Repaired*, Upholstered Stationery .

Passes In Tampa &; Rtfinisfeed 500 Letterheads

MATTRESSES REBUILT 500 Large Envelopes
Fresh Mustard, 1 Avery E. Johns 77, of Tampa,
New Innen 500 Business Cards
RedEATING rings.
died Dec. 23 in a Tampa hospital.He .
and bun was a native of Bradford and Box Swings FINEST ENGRAVING

TURNIPS COLLARDS 19c County,. the son of the late William Drop U. .. Cud or;'Caf ALL FOR 48.05

APPLES Newton and Julia Sapp
PALATKA EA. 5.91M. Plate Included

North CarolinaSWEET Johns.)Ir. Johns moved to Tampa in STAEKE WO WI3& -. Complete Tree 'Service: ? BRADFORD. COUNTY

1912 and before retiring, was a UBS. PEGGY 8HALLEE,'Stirfci, > Prrisiag Bndaf .-- D -Mosstif TELEGRAPH

5 Ibs. letter' carrier for the post office. AftS* '. .Ctttty Work -. 7m Eetneva1' -. -HAVE OPENIXGg IX THIS- AREA
DoT. .
20c ;
2 POTATOES 49cI He: was a member of Masonic -. Tan'splatttttPP. FOR 1 '101J.09 PER WEEK MAN,

Lodge No. 154, F. & A. }f. FOR lehed SENT duplex- I newly: bedroom decorated.anfurn-1 S .'# Tree. 'SU g cons J I --- |$40.10 75.B'.PER PER WEEK WEEK MEN WOMA AND Y.

He is survived by a sister, Mrs 1 bedrevs forntstedcottage.. Aftptjr .PETE" SAPP .OifWT AGE LIMIT 37 TO tt, IF YOU ARK
Loca Allen Los Angeles, Calif. 301 South Water St. Itehs! I'STARKE : ""I'BOZ. WO. 4-S9W WELL lET, EASY TO GET ALONG
Funeral services were held In W.VXTED Bespontlble. middle- For Expert Tree Surgery Can Oar SUCCEED,- MAYS : TOt CAN
Tampa on Dec. 27 with burial in aged woman to Inspect dry cleaning. 'Arm QUAL1F SEE MR 1JAXSETT AT

Memory Gardens. Starke Experience Dry not Cleaners.ne narr.ppl) m N Temple Pbosa WO 4-3063 THE 5 THOMAS$ETW'E17V HOTEL f AND OX 12 JAKUAKY A, M.ltehg-.
I MarketAcross Among his nephews and nieces Ijtcng .

Dowling attending the funeral services FOR 8-iLK 't rtr..r kl.ek 'TESTS FOp BJOH SCHOOL DI- FIvEa.TOo LAn- TO lOIS
....e. Har4w"4 flow. B*a.tltmnrU PLOSIAS available each month.
Mrs. E. Johns
}{ and M. EVENING CLA88EI All
were r. Equivalency for adulta.
>4te re4. Patto oat ......, Barbteve Teats for 18tS Grade :
Mrs. Flora Bell Rivers, Mrs. Agnea Pit. Price t. MIL 1113 Pratt available at any time by : appoint nbj.etlCndJt if .wanted. Write
... ment. Write Director Box: UfO, Vtreetot' ItS W Clarke, or caDW'O
Mann )Ir, and Mrs. W. N. St. P. WO 4-5ltl .t. WO 4-53U.
,.' WO 4-3971, Starke. 4IOno''Y1&it Adult
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l lF'p' lr lt from Jane Reynolds on Monday vvn"".".,,"' .....................T"....-........ Prevost and
baby spent Christmaswith I Thomas Mrs. Nancy Wesgate.
f KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS and to know she is well enough to Mrs. Etta '
Minge. Miss all of
be 'I I Nancy Wesley Gainesville
home from Bradford County MELROSE Mr. and Mrs Joe Knapp spent.
1 ; By Mary'K. Scbarffer yue Hospital where she had been I Saturday in Jacksonville, visiting I and Mrs. Alice Rothhammer
1. I quite ill. Jane felt that the many .s I By Mrs. Alice Rothhanamer Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hartsfield. and Carol Rothhammer spent
i 0------------- I e good; wishes of her friends helped Marvin I Christmas day with the Glynn
I Livingston Home Scene the open house given last Thurs- > Morris of Mulberry ,
her to get well sooner, and she ........
aa.aaaiMr visited friends
Of Lovely Open House day'evening from 6 to 9 o'clock au.aua in Melrose recenly. Rothhammers.

One of the most festive occasions by Mr. and Mrs. Gay Livingstonat was Mr.most and appreciative.Mrs. H. L. Morgan and Mrs. Andrew Dunk of Mrs. Sara Beck Mr. and Mrs.
their' home Lake Geneva. T. R. Warren Mrs. S. W. High- TRINITY EPISCOPAL
of the holiday season wa.sF Memphis, Tenn. the parents
Jr: are
and Mr.
,. and Mrs. Gay Livingston MELROSE
tower. Mr. CHtOCH
Mrs. ,
J. E.
A beautifully decorated native Olson
of a boy born December 24th at
were, in Jacksonville Friday :
short-leaf pine was the focal point v't44 11:05: a. m. Mrs. Dunk is the for- Mr. and Mrs. Huntley Redfern.
evening, Dec. 16, attendingthe Jr. Sundays 10 a. m.. Church
HEALTH FACTS i in the spacious: : living room where Purchasing Agents' Christmas mer Martha Sue Robinson. and Miss Peggy Webb wereguests' School. 11:15.a.m.. Morning Prayer -
and Mrs.
guests were received. The refreshment John Webb
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dunkinof
Party at Holiday Inn. for Christmas. and Sermon (First Sunday,
1. Qvtr. 500 Insurance Compa- table 'was covered witha Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins Lawton. Okla. are spending the Holy Communion). 6 p.m.. Episcopa -
Misses Lexie
holiday cloth and held, an arrangement Land and Virginia
nkw benefit for L Christmas holidays with Mrs.
pay a house full of company for Land of ) Young Churchmen.
of flankedby spent a few
service. poinsettias Christmas. All five of their Dunkin's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. Holy Days 10 a m., Holy
silver candelabra holding red days with their aunt and uncle,
F. Simmons.Mr. .
2. Employee Injured under the daughters and their families were Communion.The
Mr. and Mrs.
tapers. Punch was served + and Mrs. Thomas Prevost, Bunyon Kelley.Mr. .
en' home for the holidays. Their Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle,
Workmen Compensation are ; and Mrs. D. B.
throughout the evening from a Campbell
Sr. and children, Sidney, Sandra
&$ ; daughters are.: Mrs.Hugh Wil- Vicar.
titled to Chiropractic' care without -. beautiful green bowl at one end p flew to Term to spend the Holidays -
Walter of New La.
and Orleans
son, Jr., the former Edith Wig-
cost to the employee. of the table. and to attend the funeralof
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Minge
gins; Mrs. Dan Davenport, nee
Doe your insurance policy provide The 150 whoenjoyed of
guests children Susan and Sharon
far Chiropractic 'rare? We the evening with the Livingston Mr., and, Mrs.. G. E. Wiggins Observe Cord Ellen, nee Wiggins Virginia; Mrs.Wiggins Sampel; Mrs.Mc- Gainesville, Mrs. Edna M- Ham- Mr. and Mrs. Pascal Carr spent MELROSE\

will be glad to check your policy included, from out of town, Mr. i Golden Wedding Anniversary At HomeMr. William B. Goodloe, nee Edwina lin, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Christmas with Rev. and Mrs. Sunday. 9:45 a. m.. 'Church

to if are properly covered. : School for all ages. 11 a. In..
see you ; sonvWe. I Wiggins; and Mrs. Allen Headley, Carr.Mr.
You owe it to yourself .to have :. and Mrs. ,George Edward with wedding bells. nee Ann Wiggins. and Mrs. C. A. Hoffman Morning Worship. 6:30: p. m.,

your polide checked before you Brpwnlee' of Gainesville, and :Mr.' I I Wiggins of Keystone Heights were Assisting in entertaining the Mrs., Sally Polvay of ,Miami is COMMUNITY CHURCH Sr. of Cocoa mach spent Christ- :Youth Fellowship.
and Mrs. E. L. Matthews of I I I the'winter KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. mas with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wednesday 7:30 p. m., Bible
have need for them. honored on their 50th 'Wedding guests, were Mrs Frederick: Treatof pending at White
Starke. Study and Prayer Meeting.
No policy is complete that dam Bwvnle Anniversary, Friday Dec. 23, witha St. Petersburg, a sister of. Mr. feather Court. A. C. Holt. Minister Hoffman. Jr. and family. Rev. Ted
News Springer
Dot prorUle for Chiropractic Bene reception from 3 to 6 o'clock attheir Wiggins; Mrs. Ray Geiger of Mr. and Mrs.Wheejer of Washington Mrs. J. L. Hetherington The boys basketball team will

BrownieTroop 229 will resume home on Lafceview Drive. Green Cove Springs, Mrs. Wig- .p. C., spent the holidays Organist and Choir Director play in the Holiday Tournamentat

tits.No examination its weekly meetings on Tuesday, Hostesses on this happy occasionwere gins' sister; Mrs. JohnNeff of with their friends Mr. and Mrs. Sunday School. 3:30: a. m Morn. Dunnellon Dec. 30.
physical complete Jan. 3. The Brownies are reminded the Wiggins''daughters and Staunton Va. and Mrs. John Lew Clark. Stephen
; Ing Worship, 11:00 a. m Ashley spent the holidays -
that does not include, an examination to bring to this meeting sons-in-law, Mr and Mrs. Hugh Bird and Mrs. Albert Nelson. of Mrs. Ella Andre of White Feather with his family. He has been

: for nerve pressure. their list of "daily deeds" recorded Wilson Jr. of Lake City; Mr. and Keystone Heights. Court is visiting a daughter t WlllUm'i Catholic Chapel stationed In Memphis, Tenn. with 701005CtJe666

Many\ accidents do not produce during the holiday' vacation Mrs. Dan Davenport Greer, S. C.; Also assisting in serving were in Maitland. Keystone Heights the U. S. Navy. '

immediate symptoms; Locating ", Mr. and Mrs. William B. Good- the Wiggins' three granddaughters Mrs. Dorothy Sherman and Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wesley. Mr.
jour Doctor of Barbecue At Fox Home loe Staunton Va.; Lt. and Mrs. Mrs. Nellie Grayson drove Mrs.
nerve pressure Misses Marguerite Suz Holyday Mass at 7:00 a. EL and Mrs. Gene Easterling and
Chiropractic will reveal many conditions Mr., and Mrs. Everett Fox, Mr. Allen B. Headley, Pensacola; and anne McCord and Clare Daven- Andre to Maitland. Tuesday Mass at 8:00 .. m. children. Mr. and Mrs. Larry

not found in ordinary ex and Mrs. William Beam, and Mr. Mrs. Samuel. McCord H, Rochester Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleha, Confessions before an Masses J .

amtnatJOIlL and Mrs. Gil Parades, were hosts N. Y. port.Other guests at the Wiggins and Mrs. Bleha's parents, Mr. Baptisms, marriazea and Instructions -

I at a, barbecue supper on Christmas Mr. and Mrs Wiggins have lived and Mrs.. Herbert Whitehead, by appointment. .
For Information Contact The home were their grandchildren
Eve. The festivities were held i din Keystone Heiihtsfor '30 years. I spent Christmas with Mr. and
Hugh A. Wilson m, James Wil-
Dr. H. G. Bollinger in the Fox's back yard, on Peach cominghere from Green Cove Mrs. Oather Queen and childrenor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH yt
son Denby Davenport. George
Street. Guests Included Mr. and Springs where they were marriedin Orlando. AIrs. Queen is the *
Chiropractic Offices Davenport William B. Goodloe:
:Mrs. Ed Conneen. Mr. and Mrs. 1910 by the late Rev. Mr. Bleha'a daughter, Carol. Qh
Jr., George Goodloe, Ellen Head-
42$ N. Walnut St. R. N. Sunderland, Mr. and Mrs. Wayatt. Cards have been received locally J.; R. Smith pastor, Ralph .

Phone WO 4-2881 Starkeor I Leon Ridaught Mr. and Mrs. The honored couple received ley and Barbara Anne Headley.Out from Mrs. Richard Clapp Copeland Minister of Music and -

I George Schaeffer, :Mr. and Mrs.'"guests in the living room where of town guests at the .reception who once lived in Keyston. Mrs. I i church organistServices + .J

728 E. University Ave. Sam Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Rand (garlands of smilax. golden bells, included Mr. and Mrs. Clapp is in Clearwater at present, I :' Sunday School 9:45

Phone 2860 Gainesville I Edelstein Mr. and Mrs. Darrell and bronze chrysanthemums were John Neff of Staunton Va.; Mr. and she misses everyone 'in our I I a m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. ,

20 T ars Experience Davis; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Darden' used in decorating.Mrs. and Mrs. J. C. Matthews, Mrs. W. town, and extends holiday greet I Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening ui

Mrs.Charles Hager, Mr. and Mrs.'I Wiggins was attired in a B. Forester John Forester Mrs. ings to all her friends here, especially -' services II p. m.
gown of ice blue lace with which Morris Merrick and Mr..and Mrs. > her neighbors at White
Paul Robinson all of Jacksonville: '
she wore a corsage of gold cym- ; Feather' Court. ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL a
Mrs. Fred Fourey and Mrs. JamesY. ,Mr. L. Beamof I
bidium orchids and Mrs. William CHURCH, KEYSTONE
\ ,The jdining.room table was cov- Wilson of Lake City; Mr..and Kearny, 'N., J. are spending the
.< ered with an embroidered white Mrs. John K. Bradley! Mrs..Lewis holidays with their son and fami- I Sundays 9:30: a- m.. Church

\ linen cloth, and was centered with Ivey, Mrs. A. G.Snahds, and Mr. ly :Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beam and ,School. 9:30: a. m., Morning

an arrangement of talisman roses. Mallard, all of Green Cove four children who live on Lake- Prayer and Sermon List Sunday

and gold fern in a silver epergne. Springs; Mr.and Mrs. Walter view Drive. I Holy Communion]. 6 p jn. 'Epis- V

G The table also held silver punch Odom; Orange Park; Judge and .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunne copal Young Churchmen. ;)g -1 V ,

t S bowls, candelabra with lighted Mrs.' C Tolles'Melrose: and Mrs. from'. Wilmington Del. are spend. Holy Days 7:30: a. m.. Holy ... -'es

N ,topped G.-Wr Sehwaiber Gainesviner. -* Communion., ; ... .?, .
'. . "'xy. W, gold candles, and a cake mg the holidays with Mr. and Third Wednesday Parish? .ti t
Mrs. R. N. S.underland and four
LOUISIANABaton Bill Beam, Mr. and Mrs. Everett PersonalsMrs. c children The Dunnes are Mrs. I Covered Dish Supper 6 or 6:30: v4 i r 'eC 1' '

Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Gil Parades, Rose McGibbon And' .}:fro Sunderland's parents. .P.iln.,
Bert Christoffers, and Mrs. Dick Thorson, of De- .'The Rev. Millard H. Breyfogle, v
Mr. 'and Mrs.
Rouge has the-country's tallest ,State. Capitol.Its .Miss Anna McCullough enjoyed
34 stories are..most. unique and : reach .almost Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Muir, and Jim Kalb Holcin.III. are holiday guests. Christmas dinner with Mr. and Vicar.
children. Out of (,
500 feet up. Huey p. Long was responsible for the erection -the town couples'guests included Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hakes .of &. George Schaeffer and three

of this unique and stately building as it was built Mrs. William L. Beam of Kearny Jacksonville spent the Christmas hildren.Mrs. 'Schaeffer's Miss McOullough is'
} aunt.
during his administration. Governor! of -the state. N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Gay We were glad to see' Charles /
Dunne of Wilmington, Del. Livingston.It '
Bisbee at Midnight Mass on
The building is something of a personal monument to Birth Announcement is nice to see Mrs. Bernice Christmas Eve. He 'was fortunate r .

him, as he was assassinated in a marble-lined corridor Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McClelland, Baker around' town again after: to' be able to be home for Christ-. 1A

of the building in 1935. His grave is in a sunken garden Jr.. of Gainesville announce the her stay in Bradford County, Hos mas after 'spelling several weeks; #

on the Capitol grounds. Over 52,000,000 people birth of a daughter. Mrs. Mc<- pital during the. first part of De- in the V. A. Hospital In Lake ,

have visited the building, whil-/i 'is a visit to remem- Clelland is the former Barbara cember. Mrs. Baker says she City. .
feels better than she has in
ber. The old Capitol with its winding stairs and dome Rusche'r, daughter of Mrs. ArthurH. long time. a N Keystone State BankA

with panes of colored glass, is also open to the public. Ruscher of Keystone Heights." We were happy to get a cab .

THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK ,, i Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community I



A Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community In Wiggins Building Keystone Heights Soil w Keystone Heights, Fla. \
Conservation A
Keystone Heights, Fla.

I SoD Conservation Service -
.t May you tUbm down ,..

seedlings again this year., The If,', dope without, t..

Wall Paper Samples frost has killed back most of the WOWY'OI we ,t'O"'., AtM

ground cover,u.i so. with some sitework I New Y/..r bring A & -

i tne seedlings are going in. 'flU ,v.rywh.r.! ,
We Do Papering and Painting 'Tom Tatum. Otis Leach Hogan ... A

MARTINCOUNTY ;. Smith and V. R. Ferguson are .a "" ,.....- ,-... ACandy's
FREE Estimates Phone Keystone 4505 few of the ones who have startedto .

r plant.I .
County Seat, was talking to Prank Norman Gulf Service

a Bradford Soil Conservation Dis-
-. Stuart Attention Livestock Producers! trict Cooperator, about rotating Candy DennisS.

grazing. Frank remarked that he ,

had his pastures fenced into eight \
If you have hogs or ,5 different fields. He went on to

Ii > ,tJR cattle to sell now or inri"4 say "I can turn my cows into any

the future please contact field I want, which keeps them
one of the buyers j. I from eating; the grass into the

at Copeland Sausage ground." The use of,two or more

Company and give theman pastures to allow for a ,period of

opportunity to buy ; recovery, of the grass following 1 s
each grazing period will improvethe
your livestock. condition of the pastures and

COPELAND OFFERS YOU give the cows better feed.D. .

Martin County, named for former Governor John W. H. Crawford used the Dis-

Martin,occupies an area of'172,4SA': acres, -and is located 4 BIG ADVANTAGES! trict's fertilizer distributor to fer-

on the south east 'coast of Florida.' Each ?ear many visitors tilize his winter pastures. With

enjoy sports and fishing resort facilities. Commercial 1. Cash market every day. the rain we had, the temporary ,fI

fishing is an important part of the ,econ.otny, however, 2. No commission. pastures that are planted are
showing Delbert Green also
agriculture the main industry:- winter vegetables are
3. Special consideration given. to meat used the District's fertilizer distributor -
frown.here extensively; string beans, tomatoes cabbages
to fertilize his winter
peppers squash eggplant, watermelons and cucumbers' type hogs
pastures. '
art among) the leading truck crops.
la progressive Martin County and throughout .Florida 4. Can furnish hauling for. sufficient Paul Hutchins FFA advisor,
stated that the pine trees that the
the United States Brewers Foundation works constantly quantities.CALL .
boys planted on the FFA farm
to maintain the sale of beer and',ale under pleasant, order-
are making a good showing. "It
conditions. Believing that strict law enforcement serves
ly : COLLECT HO 2-3011
looks like we got a 100 per cent
the best interest of the people of Florida the Foundation
stand of pine seedlings,says Paul.The .
stresses close cooperation with Armed Forces, law enforcement CLAUDE PHILLIPS THERON .HUDSON Florida Association of,Soil E. McKay

and governing officials. PRESTON POLK I
Conservation District Supervisors, Realtor
announced that "Conserving Natural -j.
Clay Electric Co-operative Inc.
Resources. in my Soil Dis airs. Melba Uzen ,
CopelandSAUSAGE trict" h the j\tie of the AnnualSpeaking
Fawidadoa, Contest for 1901. Plans! Mrs, Irene Brault f
?1.dIR oj +rR.
are being made to have a speaking ,
COMPANY ALACIIUA, FLORIDA I contest In Bradford soil Conservation Associates {

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+ fa !. Am* suit In equity in which the, relict D ember, 21, 1960. i ilACC1T'COCt'r
Cmumtr Juiff Crt
+.YY TWwwwWY.'YTYTT9W and ; .
.YYYY were placed under a beautiful and Miss Jackie Bales. J ter, Mr. Mrs. Les Hardee of ,' ..
F.r Bradford C..atT. FtorMa. sought is. divorce and .custody ot\i\ (: SEAL)
Christmas tree and were distributed \ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of Parris Island S. C.; and Mr. and Jlelena von Lanter minor child f
I II In Estate of G. \V.Andrews I [Charles A. :'tnttrf.
LAWTEYBy to the guests by number I I Webster spent the weekend with STATE FARMByTUri. Mrs. J. C. Wallace of the Farm. deceased.re: of the you parties by Staart has .been V. Lknter filed against in-j I Clerk of>aVd'Circuit twfrt.IT .\ l

matching the number that each :I' Mrs- V. R. Reddish and Mrs. Hat-: Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Notice Of Filing Petition For Final the above"" named Court and, Mange I n .:;tUl-U':
Enza BlanchardTYTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT held. Delicious fruit cake and cof tie Mathis. I ,, .. O/J ,Jroiliy .Turner'were Mrs.,Turner's brother Discharge Jill Whom Of ExecutorTo : It clay Concern; and and required you are to'summoned file your .ordered written! '., .. ".,. ,' ;;;ft.7' ,-,-
fee'ere served to Miss Julia Futch of Tallahassee and{ 's'lster-ih3aw."Mr.; and Mrs. I complaint
\ approximately :. Notice Is hereby given that I have answer or defences to the { PAYS TO ,.- ,LTradeWith .
1' 16. visited her mother last \&A".a&&U ,Lyle Anderson and children of!I filed! my final returns as Executor in said cause in the office of I j I
Charleston S. C., Mr. of the estate of G. W. Andrews, deceased undersigned Clerk of said Court 1. 'SL E
The Christmas party of the Christmas dinner guests of the ,weekend. Christmas ;Lighting and .Mrs- I ; that I have filed my -petlftion at Starke. Florida., on or before theI3rd (

1 Woman's Society of Christian W. F.. Moores were Mr. and Mrs. 'Mr. and Mrs. John 'W3'rick of', Contest A,Success 'Phillip Robinson 'and children I for distribution and for final day a copy of January thereof 1J61.on Holl and|" >V.JCnight. tOi. .... .

Service at the home of Mrs. Geor W. F. Moore Jr. and .. William Tallahassee and Mrs. Claudia File first Christmas; lighting II'also of Charleston, and? Mr, ,arid discharge mi, I wiU, and apply that to January the Honorable lath serve plafntiffs attorney. 'who.o.1addrf's '

ge Roberts Thursday evening was Frederick nI. ,and ,,Mr. and Mrs. Strickland were visiting Miss contest Vas'anWerwhelmifig success I Mrs:: Dave.Bachman and son of I Thero-n A. Yawn, County Judge of !! l Is P. O.before--satt Pol .S4 J.dltte Starke.as-. BottledCa.$
J. W. -of ,Elizabeth Terry .and the Futches Belle-Glade.llr. Bradford County Florida, for approval Florida. on or FloridaJ
Thomas and .sonJody .
t'Efie'Stitte'Farni ear Law of
affair.. thls the
a very pleasant The rooms f : of said final returns! and for required by (In City) '
were gay with decorations ap- Hendersonville, N., C., Mr. and 'for Christmas. and. many ..l1otneswere'entered, and Mrs. ,R. P. McLendon I anorder of distribution for and RuKw -of Conrt. Ifr." Mrs. S. D. 'Andrews and "Children Visiting "Mr. "and "Mrs. "Owen making it hard for the judges to have as holiday guests their son.Spa1ky. I final discharge as executor of the I do. so, a decree pro ;cop eeao 'will
proprate for the season. The gifts 'of I Anders Bill the weekend /. 'student! -1FSTj. ana will of :G. iff. Andrtws, deceased. entered against >;tftb relief .$6.50
Wildwood Mrs. Gayle Torode I t and over decide which was ;the best The ,, > December.2:. lift.S 1 you
and Jeff of Gainesville, and' :Mr. :I were Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Jenkins contest was sponsored by the llQr's Ai hendon'sbtother! :; and sis- ( ),R.:;>n.."Andrews demanded in the complaint.' .

and Mrs. T. I* Casey and chil 'I and children of Jacksonville,Home Demonstration Club. ,tei-ln: ;lw, Mr..,Land Airs-Lv I : og- Tw .R, ,Andrews This week notice for 5han'"e"four 'consecutirea published
,' Executor of the.Estate once a
> y, dren. Visiting the Moores.on Mon- I and Mr. and Mrs. James Anders -Mr. and Mrs. feob "Caddell won dflj and,daughters'f, : ;Knoxville of G. ,\\". Andrews, ,deceased. In Bradford County "Tele, 'No Gas Cost Less<
r ; day were Rev. E. D. Boyer of I of Palatka. first prize 'with their beautiful Tenn.; ,also .her brother and sis- i:-t! ,4t l-l2 graph commencingDecember
1S60. Than "Slde'Gal"
.t ., 3 ,'? A-y.Y Tampa. Miss Rachael Boyer. and 1 'Vernon Teston of the U. 8. Service 'yard arrangement Santa and ,tet:-in- :w. 14ir. and Mrs. t J, :S. Witness my hand.andthe *eal of .
+. f f A NA, 1I j. stationed at Sacramento: Cogdill and daughter .11.,1'*<"S.Clrr "lt. ..v.rt.Of xHndfordflatr. Florida, this -
>'i: Miss Jeanie Brown of Jackson : his reindeer one -side.'and a .of. St. J.rI4. .1a, Clcaaeery t said Court at St rke

1 a .,., ville. Calif viSited hIs parents. Mr. and beautiful nativity' scene on* the Marks. Cane,' ..'J.asa --- .-- .3
} Mrs. Minnie Phillips was in I I Mrs. Lonnie Teston and his .Miss. Sylvia Starling ,daughter Stuart V. Lanier, Plaintiff. vs.Marale -
other -
Macon and family through of.Mr. Lanter, alias Mrs A. jVTilliams TAfifi;Our
Ga. visiting her daughter II I brother Earl Mr.and Mrs. R.'E. Dpton'won andMrsfiH.yD.starling. 'DefeR
o J : and son-in-law Mr and Mrs. Fate Christmas. second -place with 'an attratcfre cntered.Bradford-County Hospital NOTICE OF .SUIT L If 1t'a 11au Httt, 111 1

4 Redd and family Felman Redd 1 Mrs. Geneva McCafiery'ofJacksonville arrangement of choir boys and a ,last; Friday night and",underwent .In .The .lame Of 'The State1 Of CA.L WRITE Of VISIT '

came home with grandmother.. t,, visited her parents lighted Christmas .tree In their ,emergency. .operation .on. Sat- Florida:

/3' Sunday Mrs. Phillips,and Danny Mr. and Mrs Dave "Tanner and picture window., ;'

6 { Phillips of Miami, who visited his her-sister apd.brother-in-law and Mr. and Mr$. Dorka won 'third -, day guests.of ..Mr. High Street, Petersburg .Virginia.; r h :PetersQass Co.

v mother over Christmas ,Coleman:; children Saturday. and Sunday. .place with an outdoor star and. *-.ad.,Mrs, .' A.,..R,.Brunner-. were..their You are hereby notified that a > ,

Phillips Mr. and Mrs. 'James 1 Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Prescott Santa with his reindeer sons.and.:daughters-! ,-law. fir. ,fI'OR ..ANy. GLASS NEED

Phillips and Cheril. Felman"Redd. and Lonnie Prescott of Middle- Honorable:'mention went to'Mr. ,}UndbdrssBillBrunner;of 1'ampa..: q We. Design >f dern. 'Store frwi.tf

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gaskins 'an enjoyed burg,.Airs Alice Austin and son of arid Mrs. ,Lawtey Crews, and Mr. ,alidAMrLand; ,Airs.LRonnie JBrunnervjof -': anal ;"taUTIS A. PUW rct .
dinner with Daytoru'Beach Mr., and Airs their : .
Mr. ,and Mrs. and f r'Mrs. Robert-Turner. Many Lakeland.atd, chil: 7 Title TIp
''Leslie l' and Carrol of Starke dren. i
Phillips and family, 'in Cal- Ralph Darley de-
homes attractively .
more were :
fOR YOU lahan. were with the Darley and Bennett Icorated'a hich added much to' the r'.....'Ul'.and"'Mrs.JPa Dickens -.aRd 1313 N.W. 4ii.PL,! y lnefTilI-FU._ .Phone FB.. Zd3 L $3 .

Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts I families at'Christmas dinner. Christmas season:: 'children, and.his parents Mr.,and 1 ," ..- .. .' '" -..
AND YOUR 'Jr. of Tallahassee spent the weekend i 'Guests of.]lrs. Leona Edwards .The flub :wishes to express I Mrs- !Dickens Sr., had an urge fora ,, L ;:_. .. ...rrrear

with Mr and Mrs. George during the holidays were Mr,,and thanks to--everyone7 who 'participated white i .Christmas and visited Ar4r

LOVED ONES Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon'6i1-..Mrs. L. L..Wainwright .of Avon 1,; in this' contest.liayride relatives'hi Washin,tan, D. C. fora r ER

cox and David of Starke joined ',Park. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Tucker ', Is Given family reunion.Christmas J 1' mEDGAS
IN TATS the family for Christmas dinner I and children of Fernandina For Ye urij er'et day 'guests .of Mr. MEFor. t

\ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells "and !Beach, Mr. 'and Mrs. Carl Ed- 'The';Employees: Club pons fed and Mrs.,Pete, Harwell and family /
\ CO ii'r'Cr Miss Mary Ann Motes of Leesburgwere t|wards of Gainesville Mr.and Mrs. .a hayride and carol. sing last were ,Mrs., Harrell's mother.Mrs. v t g i C9Q\ng; and:Heabn g

weekend guests of Mrs. Effie I 1C- B. Hiatt and Mr, and Mrs. Ran-. night for the Newn Warren. and her brother, .
NSW VEAR! Saturday young peaple9f Perl
\ Miner. On Monday Mary .Ann left j jdall Owens of Crystal River. Mrs.Edwards the 1F' rm. .They-$theredJat Joe, of Starke, and another $650. ; .10dibvtyiinderHeater .

by plane for Long Island N. Y. ; spent Christmas'with the the .club"early and':rode around brother and sister:.-tn-law, Mr andMrs. 1 .

where she will spend the week I I Carl: Edwards family in Gaines areasrsinging carols Dewey Warten,-and. children r, 1
residential '
-Libby with Mr, and Mrs. Donald Schork.ville.! the under the supervision; of'J. W: ,of. orgia" I .' :-.-: ''Special; .-.. .

I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Wells, '! Having dinner with Mr and Harden and-: : R; Brunnen: Everyone Glenn Harrell is spending this I ,
spent'the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Ralph Wise and children.on uncle and aant In ,
Sales and Service enjoyed hearing 'thfr. beautiful. I :
i I Mrs. Mae B. WeDs, Mrs. Martha Sunday were Mr. and :Mrs. W. J. music. 'Eastman Ga. Ij j 25,000 .BTU, SpacbHeater; -, 2&50. :

1 Bales, Mr. and.:Airs Arthur Green Wise of Opp Ala.. Mr. and Mrs. 'After-the-ride. the'young people ..Mr..and Mrs. Vernon Crosby -- ? i :

-- Clayton Wise and Mr. and Mrs. returned to the club find were.Served and children had the pleasure of 40tW/0t"B1( 'S ce)Neater .. '39tU'

I I Theodore Young,, of Starke, Mr. delicious-- refreshme ts.by Mr. a 'white' Christmas while visting I ., ,
I and Mrs. Raymond Prevail, and Mrs. Crosby's relatives in Indiana. '''Phoner Y:6.t331. : -. "IAke. p"t"r ''
J I Mrs. PerVis'Brown and grandsons.I and).Irs;-Robert Rttr'ner.and other "Mr. and :Mrs.'Lewis bastion""andchildren '..., .,.. .. ....' .<. .,.. :, #" ,.. oJ

i I and Mrs. Brad Norton andI members of the club! Christmas day :.7oYaliad.; ur I ......'". or. .. ." ._, d'. ,. .
New:-& {1St'rUtor' were ,., : .' .' ; ky
i I children spent Christmas with Mr, guests of his brother andsister- I .
I '' "' I! and.Mrs. C. S. Norton in Tampa. Honored At Of:Reception the',twford Baptist iny' Mr. and Mrs. Joe 'Marton. .. ,fitltislsl 1 ; (. ," ..: /: : : ; --r. ... ,. :. .: .. ..' ,.
I Members .." .,. '
.fI. '" 0:.
I y 1.1- -P'I" .
1 Monday dinner guests of Mr Jacksonville. '" .- .
Church-were!hostsat.: -:a reception ; !" .' r'". ... v '.. ,
I and Mrs. Truby Wainwright were I had '. :. .; '., I
last Thursday ,night-In the -:Educational .Mr.'and Mrs. W. Murphy I '. "... ... '
and, Mrs. Jack Brassel and ,, I. : : V.j.
:Air their 'f
'their as'guests last Sunday son- .' ,
1 building .jionoiiag} Gib Brown r .. : .
.. of Jacksonville. and the '. .
I family newly elected pastor, .Rev. .Allen (in-law and daughter, Mr. and -:; ,

S James Wainwrights. Price. and his family. Mrs.. TrOY ':'Eason and children of Service Station .

,. I Mr. and Mrs., H. C. Wainwright The building was"'decorated -in Rocky'Point, N. C., Mr-and :-Mrs,. rI I : i t ;
r I{spent the weekend with Mrs, the.holiday-'motif 'and the group C. W.-- Murphy and children' of ,, r -' mot r

I I Wainwright's parents, Mr. and enjoyed 'carol --singing-and games: n omasvi1le. Ga, .and Mr. and

Mrs. Jesse Starling and Clydej '. during..the-evening- The honor Mrs.. Harold Friemuth and children 1

;, j Wainwright in Bartow. guests received lovelyset -'of of o ala. 1J J : 1 .; '
it. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wilkisor 'will be' 1' ri? J
;. I china 'trtxn-the,churchras a :memento 'Mr. and Mrs. Eason <
were visiting their daughter and! their parents this
house guests'
occasion .
of the
,, I son-in-law and children in Jacksonville week.. .., .
deliciouS l
a '' Late.In the evening i ss.s
.t 1 1e I over Christmas. refreshments of cake,*cofee.and Mr.'and Mrs. 'P. S. Crews are ?

; I Mrw and.Mrs.. .Dan.Starling,and soft drinks were served. voting Mrs. Crews'-mother,- Mrs. / I

e 'Mr. and Mrs. Ed ;starling spent Everyone enjoyed this 'lovely Rivers, and other, relatives in
I the weekend in the'Scrub. Enjoying in"welcofning'; AUburndale from Tuesday.throtrdtr n r ,,. r.
e i affair, and we
.. I Christmas dinner .with then ommunity.CoflS&nfty Thursday. "Mrs. Rivers isveff'illlaridJwe"ta w
the.Prices to our- r ,
I were I, Jld>>IaDpy; ta_ 'chrtfstfotieeDont :; h p*sh*.will t '. r! i ., I'I'r' (

and family, Mrs. Aline Marcuzr ,
r forget'tha\ the Community soon be well. _
and children of Gainesville and regular and Barbaradates .
I I Club will hold 'its :\Misses ,Nancy ; a9 .
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Starling. monthly meeting; 'p..m-"Tues--. students, at FSU are spending ,I... '
[ Mrs. R. D. Suber and Steve ..,. .. I
day Jan, Members; are urged to the..hQIidars,,'with their par i ; : .
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WE WISH OUR MANY! FRIENDS Starling Jr. of Jacksonville visited be present,-'and TisItors.are -wel ents, Mr. and Mrs. H--,O. Bates: I. _;, .. '....\ 1
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilliard come.. Christmas day. guests of MrJ: -_ ,:,', ;

Saturday and Sunday.- Burnett 'were,their : ". ..
Personals and&lc& C JTV I .' t : ;, ., f.
.Around thV. Christmas drone ,).tr James .. ., : t : A. .
GOOD HEALTH, PEACE AND. PROSPERITY' < Mrs.. Spencer 'Crews and children chil rep. ;J.MT; 'Jl.pd. : .
., 1 I table, of Mr,and: .Mrs.,-Paul :Din M'Auburnaale spent Thursday Suber"and ichridreri, Mr.:and 'Mrs ,,'. ; r ., 'r t!
kins were Mr, and {'3.rJimfeur- .: children, Mr. = ,
I night with Mrnd.Mrs.-P-S.: : Curtiss Kidel and t 4 )
!I ton'and Casey Dinkiris andchil- and 'Mrs. ''6. 'M. Burnett Jr. -and '' : .:.\ :.[ 1 1fttl I II

dren of-JacksonvilleMr. and&lrs. : Crews. and ._ ,.... .. .... ;" .. I ,
II : Mr. arid.Mrs: jW Harden bid. children.'all of Jacksonville, I 1. ,>V.' .' .. '.,-' .' ., t > I Ij

.f .' Paul.Dinkins Jr .... '.. f.

rr i Augustine.. Mr. arid 'Mrs.-Horace e de 's'uniM 'and-iunt, Mrfaad purriett -) f' '> Cox and Mrs.".Harry, StaDings> D* of Birm'ngiam.' visiting with :them,-th s week: .: .1'". .,.. .. ',. ,. '. ,' --.. ,' t
Hughes '
Ben .
Mrs. '
Garden Restaurant Waldo and Mix aridjklrs. Charles in.< ahdrMrsiR.'M': Caddell( had .,- .'.::....,..i I.. ::. ;. l'
daughters of Starke. .
Dinkjns Ala.Mr.. and Mrs., John ,H, Spence all their children home'for Christmas .;, .' 2 ." i
+ To complete the family circle, .
of JacksonTinc" .yen .'fteek n.4 tnctud Mr.Vrtd' ; Mrs. E. L. -

grandson Freddy' 'Dinkihsv visited of-lvcr ..larents:.[ Mr. an$ Harborough and children of Mac ,iB Wers :
I He Is guests Starke :S Snppties.Inc.:
r.y;. :. them by telephone LivingstonN., J. now Mrs>,0.,.E. Crosby. TheCros8ys c:1enny.: eMf. and Mrs. Edward .i : t

stationed at and their;,sue a;were Christmas, Blume and chUdren of Baldwin, : ..
Mikeand Radio :& TV 'T
Rey. and Mrs. T"L. Howe, ", ..
ir sm and: 'Crawford : .
.ot'th\> -James
Karen, were Christmas'guestsof day guests ; Mr and 'Mrs. \. rJ. .: '. :. ;-: ." .;
daUght fri law, Mr.ilttTMrsfO;] and. holiday.guests of the Caddells .' : :, '
,. "Mrs. How 's mother andaunt: :.4 ',1, :'> \ : f. ,:. ;.
i..t S. Crosby and family1 in LakButler. ; tern Mr. and. Mrs. RusseD'Carter t' .\ -"'. ; .' ..' .. : .. 1 7: ..4 I
in Macclenny. ; i !: > it. ... -
., with .. I of'Bayless Highway and Mr. and .. -' _.....1' .' ...." .,.,- ..... -:
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Christmas dinner .
Enjoying I .' ... it... .. .. ;0. .
Mrs. ; f. .
Mr.and Candella of Jacksonville. : "
I Mrs. John Shufgrd and Daze were I We welcome : Mrs. Joe '. ...'. ,.. J"' '. .' "' :{ .'"' ';J ", ;; '. "'- "' b
the.Commun>;j eVetj'one Merry < ,
M. Wilder to., We hope had a ,
Shuford .
Mr. aCld 'Mrs- Joe; Mr. arid and ity. They:are :occupying:; the house i Christmas and will 'also have a ... .,., ;
of St. Augustine, : ;
1 children Davis -, .
Nbrman ,
where Mr. and Mrs. happy and prosperouS. New' '_. 'J''f.'H. \ ,.. .i'JF"--:

.. -:<.. I Mrs. Sid Shuford and family L.of lived, before moving to Lake,1 very Year.{ .. .; -ro.\:..' -1 ,: :
.. .... iI Starke. Mr. and Mrs- George EoC. .
,' .. ,:;... _.-'" latter"Air. Wilder i Is replacing: .
''_ ;, !Shuford and-daughter, and Charles ; ; ; .:" : .f. .
storage plant. .t. .' .
.. Ung'at) > the cold i ..t. 'u
;, ; Shuford. retired and he ,JIUS CltiHT POIPrt l ar ue
The First Baptist.Church and Mr. Long recently their daughI way you write. Come in and 11& "

;;t i i I the"Methodist Church haa their ter.,1Iak'tha.and, Mrs. Long have and moved to their', led jour /aTorite ESTER hROOR NOTICE It ? ; me. .PUBL1C

,':.., 1 I day Christmas and Saturday tree., nd night programs.Fri: respec-- attractive home 'on Highway them 16. Pnnntaln rn rr.1.F.GR.\; I

will miss ..
'Starke. We .
I ,sear r -' ..
::, I lively.I here, and hope they enjoy their' t I 1'. 'I ..j. ( ;.,
1 1t ) I Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and j : .
Mrs. Milo Smith were Mrs. The LUcian Conners and son .. ,
[Smith's brother and sister-in-law. ? to their' ,, r I.
\ : Douglas, have also.moved 'j .
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell of JaiksonI They: .
oti-Bayiess Highway. l .
; home .i"d 1 ; .
I vine, and Mr. Smith's mother missed from our communlty. -, !. ,
will also ,< -. WE ARE fPROUD TO ,:\NNOUNGE7 7
Mrs. Kelly Thompson of Starke. ,.-
II ,v j : r r.. .
I f Miss .Arthurine Blanchard of Mr. and .Mrs.: R. E. Upton arevisiting : : .
i'x I Jacksonville: visited Miss Enza relatives In Milwaukee : 9f,'! 't i ir

Blanchard over the ,weekend. On Wis. .this week.. s RiiADF x ; : :'.: .

4 Saturday they visited iheir'Jaunt,' Charlie Wiemer. who is in the -' ; : >f eDEALERS FOR R D. .COUNT I, '

: f cY ,Mrs. John J. McLfeod, in Melrose. : armed forces. Is spending the ;. : s' .y'i1.o;.. .' ,, :- ..

I I Mr- 'and Mrs. C. H. Tyndall and holidays with his parents here. : ; f 'I..i-"-.: FOR"o'. i '
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i sons -of Winter Garden spent .bir.and: .lirs-,Cecil Addison ands .j.. ;': ." j

I Christmas with tMr. and Mrs. W. ns 'W'ere Christmas day guests : .

t : I B. Derive and .son. Mrs. Devine of their daughter:and .son-in-law, f"' I ;

: : 7.r. I returned with them to visit for :a Mr. and Mrs Walter Quitt and i i 1 : .D 'E. 'D ll.1'

: 0 I few days. family in Jacksonville.Mr. r'i : ,

I f I bir.and,bfrs.i Ed Smith entertained and Mrs. RI Upton were : ;, / ..' :

members, of their families hosts ,at aJ hrlstinas. party, last. i f ;
1 I II II I :. I night 'for 'the staff of ::: ", .
I With dinner on Sunday. Those tr- Thursday ., / Worldls.CENTRAL Larg .tM akcr-o '
i / ;. z 1 Department and; ; ,.
Mrs. an
d ded,were Mr.,and Melsop the r
I Prtyett and.'son.Georget.Mr and the .'h.nas.and::wires,1i Uday ., '
ND.AiR.t 1 bmONERS' .
li artyl ', HEATING 1 -CO '
I UAD' Mrs,Bobby" Nornian.and'JIIlr, and decorations were'used m the.

r n ; Mrs. Paul.Smith' nd. --cltfidrm.. 'rooms and .game? were" enjoyed' .
I "s ; tefrehtnentt'were '

I II I I .; family Air and'Mrs.arid Mr.:.teanXaaata..ndSt.. Clair and ;during: served the ""evening.' loathe '17 guests. by 1 1I I ENJOY YEAR 'ROUND COMrtMiT PAS ;LESSCQSTDITIONERS : :t D }i r\ :Y Jm. :,CA 1.I.4'

.. '\ ,1 Mosley of JacksonrtHe..viHted Mrs. Mr. and: Mrs. "Upton. I !H will be a pleasure {9 THAT PROVIDE ONLT 'SUMMER '(A Lf:1C *.. -' .
; the weekend. ,.Mnd .bar'a..J K Hundley y.4.JacksonviAe f
A. qJ ippy N WiY.E R Lula Norman during I :. t
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Mrs Ed Durban had. all her ;were.'Sunday guests cant yow !i. tote Palatal. '.'

children* 'and grand Udfen with of heir sbn-In-Taw and daughter ,,' ._ # i '. ,.. '>I'. '..

her for Christmas; Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Vnd'Mrs.: W;'JL- ms.Chr.istmas..d1nntr. .Jerome, Johns OIl. v ,Co. 'r ;s '

:j O. J. Boy 'tt and Daughter of ._ guestsof.. Dar r HEPIlEIIJ S RADIO .1M ,F :
I ', Setar's s Super Mark t Valdosta. ,Ga., ).Ir,- and, : .
Your FriendlyPhillips'SS _
Williams 'of Jacksonville','and Mr. mother, lIri,Alice Anderson of I: ; i :.- .,

r\ I and Mrs, W- 1w Durban and Starke. rid..bir, Turner's' tatber.Ro1 :Jobber 'Phone.'WO 4-6001 .. ,, k iFl : x. J
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I t' daughters, beside'the Vwb sons at : Turner,,ci.Loos: Bridge! ; Mr.turner.sl .1 .": '" p; .

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l" *t4ttttttYvvvvvt.vvvvvrnI this- :week. Jake Geneva Mr. and .Mrs.Robert :maa .Eve by the Norman's sonI I Harvey,-gnr' sons, )Richard and I i seryictQly.Heilbronn.,r.VVVCHThLU Church: .on : HOPLBaETIST: crnjKCH.. j ---.b:.

: Mrs.'Austin Fender, Airs. ,Earl J ? fit +Gainesville.1r.. JndMrs. in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne, and I.visited in Feman-I\. New Years- ."...' Eve! ,i Sunday ,- Sunday School 16' -' -
I feenfe 'Cofeman Uafnar "Reddish, 'and -daughter "ofEuatis diva Beach Christmas: a \ '"Mofting Ii tn.
nw: urn Goodman; and }.Jr Wesley "Mc- of Jackson- a. m. 'ffiesage a. ) ,
; : and the Norman's son and vey's mother, Mrs. Leona McCarthy WtLtJASJEIRY; :
Rae visited "Mrs. W. E. Hall ..hiHilliard :v11le. Mrs. Annie Jones;. who had Training Union 7 p. m. Evening ;
last Thursday. been visiting in Gainesyivlille lot daughter-m-law, Mr. : and'.Mrs. and his two sisters and HAMPTON.BAPTIST' I 1P.sSake 8 'p. m.'I j

IBy Geraldine Fender] :3Ir..and ,Mrs. A.,J. Fender and a week, w'as also at home for .Clinton Norman of Jacksonville. famifies Mr.. and'Mrs.. John Still- i \t I :"Monday'Bible. Joy Club 4j I Ir
I ChristnVas. Harvey McCarthy and ;Clyde well and Mr. and Mrs. Don Jones. I Sunday Services '- Sunday t7 5 P./m. I
;WAYWAAA&AUW V.U'I family ;spent Christmas with Mrs.
10 Worship '
:-i Bradley, visited in Jacksonville Mb.. Mau9e :Mott Christmas a.m. Morning Wednesday Prayer Meeting'
Fender's father R.. L. Batten. J if nd .fzt';Glenn} .3VSIfitosh spent ;
We alPine Level extend to Rev. Wednesday of last, week. : 111: a. m. Training Union 6:30 pVim. ? 30 in: Choir Practice '8:30p WATCHES DIAMONDS
Other guests of Mr. Eatten were !spent the tioMay. .weekend\ci in Day with her mother,,Mrs. J., : p. : -
I Sand Mrs.' :W. E. Hall congratula- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Batten and Tampa! with Mr.aTid OrsEdward Christmas guests of,. Mr. and! "M., FValick and family., of Provi- Evening Worship 7:30 p.; m. : 'm.: Pastor: Samuel S. Cuth-- REPAIRS
'tioos on their 55th.'wedding! an- child I I Prayer Meeting Wednesday p.
Norman and dence. '
'children. Mrs. Harold
I Linda of Theressa, and Mr. and S ipn and : Gail and JoyS 3.
llv rsary. May they have many I xontfeturned'toiam'ptori: lien Mr. Norman's parents, i HIWAY CHAPEL An Work.Guaranteed
Mrs. Claude Batten and family .of ; ; withthe were, Visitingwith Mrs. Annie Kelly f I
many more M&ntoshes brother, Mr. and Mrs. Leon i! NJEW!: BI'EB'I ASSEMBLY OF GOD A. C. Williams
I Jacksonville. I Monday for a 'and. and her son, Warren .(Scobie)
Those 'enjoying Sunday Christ- Miss Peggy Conner of Miami is j Wsit. here.M Norman-- and Davis of Miami. and 4 4Mr. I Kelly, during the Christmas holidays I BAPTIST CHUPCB D. P. 'Burgess Pastor I I 142 W. Call St.
mas dinner at the home of Mr. and husband, I
visiting Miss Yvonne Conner this [S. J. V."fiipe; ofjj'o mona Park, Norman's sister were-her son and daughter- i '
and Mrs.--Lester Crosby and family Sunday School 10 a. m. Worship I Sunday School, 9:45: a. m.I I Starke, Fla.
spent the 'Christmas: weekend and Mrs. E. I.. Norman and I in-law, .
: Air week. I Mr. Mr.: and Mrs. Gene Kelly Hour. 11 a. m. Crenouc Serv'i Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Even-'
were: and Mrs. Arthur I
McRae and Buddy Mr. and Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lewis and|heie.wfih'Xr, and'" .}.Irs..)).-E Hill children and Mr. and Mrs. Sin- I and Daughters of Bartow. 'I ..;*, p. m. Prayer t.tMttnK' 'eao. ,I geiistic Service 7:30 p. m. Wed-' 77I .

W. McRae and Arley. Mr and (daughter of Plant City spent Saturday -i and dat lghtm--{ : .clair Mosley, all of Jacksonville. I If I Don't forget the Watch Night i 4''fhlesdav" 7:30 ,p.m. I j.esday weekly prayer service. 7:43 -
Mr. abd'Mrs. M.' Watterson --
with Mr. and Mrs. W. .
: N. *
Mrs. T. Norman and Gerald '
C'I drove enton for Cnristmas
Conner and daughter.Lt to/Bra]
"Helen ,
Mrs. and
Sapp Joe
sons. Arley.McRae spent,the hollI withMr._ and Mrs Donald McMa-
and Rudy:.Mrs.Teresa Crosby Mr. I song
days with his parents. Mi. and ; hone and
and Mrs. Harold Crews of Starke. U.S.
Mrs. J. W. McRae. Mr. and Mrs. 'J. M. Baker and
Mrs.-H. M.?McRae Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and: Mrs. Loren Conner pf I childrtjnqf; ,. .v Orlando\ .,spent the : )FIORIDAEDGRADE
B. M. McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Bob
Miami are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Christmas weekend here with her ,
Myrick and family, Mrs. Sue My- ,Mr. .-R..tI. Parker L.. ,
Nick Crosby this ;week. parent ajidtMrs. "A"TENDER
rick Mfj jind,Mrs Lavon i
Crosby! Mrs. J. E. McRae and children and also here with the Park- I
and family Mr. and Mrs. jimmy and Mrs. J, W. McRae visited ers were Mr.,,and ;Mrs'f: M. R.MlsrieV .. szo s., ,
Crosby and Mr. and Mrs: Leo
son. PLUMP
Monday with Mrs. Robert Taylor In'it son 'of Gainesville. WALNUT ST. O ) I .
Richardson and daughter, Mrs. I
Robert Taylor and. -children bf I and: 'children) and Mrs. H. M. Mc- Mr. and Mrsvpan.Johnson were STANCEflORIDA 'JUICYtyke's
Chrislnfas of the Frank
Rae of Raiford '; clay guests
Raiford, Mr and Mrs. Alan Hall I i
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Gainesville y .
I I Mr and MrsArthur McRae i':Williams family in o ..r
and daughters Mr.and'Mrs. Fred '
; .l visited Mrs.. Grace !i Mt.'iI1d l\'tfs'.ta and children r pdrdr rwhdrw Cooked, TastyPICNICS ,_.
and Buddy
Conner, and Jlr. Mrs. Barney '
Egarg. of Jacksonville.and ,jLamphear in Daytona Beachi I of Memphis here with Tenn.her spent family Christmas Mr.- III I CUT .UP :or-SPLIT. u..33'
i Monday. '
Mr. andMrs- Gerald .Willla'msand :. j C
I '' and Mrs. P. H- Lott. (f> .
family of i I Mr. and Mrs. J. E- McRae and i ;
Starke and Mr. and V .
:,, Mr. and Mrs.. Richard May and 418V$239 ... ;
Mrs. Lonnie Davis spent Christmas family of Gainesville spent Homestead arrived I V
i daughter of
Sunday at"thb'home of Mr. I Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. J. for Christmas week herewith i -'
I and Mrs. Russell Thomas .and ,W. McRae. I ,'their parents. Mr. and Mrs. : "THE ,FINEST CURE-THE fiNEST TASfF".WHOlt: lb

family. ]i Mr. and Mrs. Will Lewis, and I C. L. May, and Mr.vandMrs. .J. "y, I HICKORY SMOKE_ .SUGAR CURED SLICED _. _,t. V .
1 *1r.-pnd' Mrs;W. E. FergiJsonand ) i Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lewisspent W. Home. I I ELDORADO I ",_ :IV LIMITS J

:and family, Mr. and Mr?. Otis !I Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. -}.fr.and Mrs. R. -C. Williams s < I .

I ,jBjpwning. U4 Mrs. Arrie Browning !.I H. H. Lewis. and sons of Tampa were here for J B A CON I LFAh1.\FA.: TYCORN; 'FED PORKER HICKORY .SMOKED SUGAR CUREDsiy&si
spent Sunday with Mr.. and J. W. McRae, J. G. Jackson J. Christmas with her parents, Mr. '
Mrs. Edgar Glissoo in Starke. I E. McRae and Danny went fishingat and' ,Mrs, J. W. ,Home: 'and.all : : -: : RAU rns 'BACON
Mr. ar4dMrs., "Vo'llIe''Browningof >> Cedar Key Monday. were Christmas eve guests of:Mr. ,IB ,c .

Tam spent the Christmas l'and Mrs.;.James,Home Jr. at theirMildlIke '. CElLO. : 3 to 5 IBAVERAGE' .. LB asc LB .29c

holiday! Dien-Sir: Browning: par- .'YY".YY YYYTTYYtyyW home,and Christmas day . ... . ,;. .
,ents Mr. and Mrs. Wfflard guests 'of the Robert Barksdales. *
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Browning. Irving Thomas of iHAMJP1oN'BT ; in/8tarke.. 'I : --

6tarke alsc visited the Browningsover 'Henry Cosher: arrived Friday t '.' "

the holidays.. Mrs D. E. Hill.AAA.AAAA.AA.AAAjtAAAAAA.44At for Christmas with the Milton' { "It's an old 'Southern 'rj OLcfcFashionedHic[ ,$mgked Sugar\ Cured Tongue! ,Teeth Out ,.
Mr. end Mrs..}t. H. Lewis, and Mosher family. He has just completed custom"-we wish : --
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Mr. :and Mrs Emory, Lewis and an.army:training' course. in so cR I most sincere.cod I.RO'G' JoWLS lB 19c !
Mead of Clarke,-spent Christmasday Indianapolis, Ind. GREEN SjpMPS our .s }, .' ... .
Mr. of
and Mrs. Frank Cox Salt
with:Mri. Phillip Moore of ,John Parker was taken to Bradford OR MOREFOOD for Happy 'SEE-ALL.. DELICIOUS
Springs vlsitors'Fridey
were )
'Brooker -.1"-"' -- -'II > Hospital ,ln ,Starke LIMIT l WiTH !e New Year '' '
;' County andinay
the G. C.Cox',home, and Christ!: -I ".
.a Mr., a&d. ; ,..Irrjng 'Browning mas-day visitors :.of {he Coxes. for treatment lastFriday.'Flar'rpylteCArtby f \ : RESS- -I! .1 you have. Peace, ;:J joy / RLACKEYESCEIIO 19

Are. spending a few,'aysty; Tampa were,Mr and Mrs.' Woodrow;;Cox !.n'9' .' .' 'I.r .........car.be A ,, and.Riches during the ./ CHINATOWN E TRA FANCY LONG GRAIN

1'.Y 1i 4-L CODE .. II1l :: I= coming yeaf.WY R r( PATN* liCE '4001 19c ::
Yoa'Mmtiiave ,
A School CEU6
High "DTpt irfa i .
., ,J Ig.t"O,..(v' 11)'l""f.J' l "t' ;: i ... ,,,"

To get 'xdeertt t jfolb .today (and especially tomorrow ''!J'y. ,-: ; _-- a--t ,V \Ji"1. ..\ .. '' ._<. :r.. . f' !-f l,

)- "oJ+must/.. / ve a!high school diploma! i! ... AAIoA T .IoIo---........&Io. 1 IoAAiO ---' .air.umTY ,j-, REFRESH'INC. DELICIOUS> ,

To get'a .job promotion '(fir"a raise)=..you must havea of fpwdynetgh.you had._afyeryenjojable rs.; 'itope, reach '.i RIGHTS f ;; -' .

high school,clipWa i ,i I 'Chrlstmai: and ,we.jot HeUbronn.wish I .l m 'COCA- (

you, andj'onr amDy.a v ery
To be "admitted to many technical -schools or cP'legesyou.nu !- .happy and! protvperous..New st have a high school diploma! ofAlmighty CARTON
!iUed with .1-11) the Blessings V' WITH 1500;08DER. '

God. J ,; (PLUS "DEPJ) .. .
;VANTAGE; OF THE; BRADFORD COUNTY will beWatch Night J O.LA. '. -
at :Heiibrpnn I
services$, tii: .
., Register Now. Casses'begin: W 3, 1961. New Years.Eve starting.. at.. 7:30, :J 4 \ -
In."anei lasHng'on through till : V> MAXWELL HOUSE FULL BODIED IIAA1T 1 COFFEE OF YOUR LB.
Negro Adults &e riiufpal Eddie p. '
{i. Thofcapkins, .RJE V
.S School ..Staike ,.'* *" the New-Yaar-ape: 1... p ke : BAG C
High, I I, : FOOD
will bet present to render messaies ; 4"c ,

White Adults; Contact L. It. Gibson, tAdjilt Education ttlzri4he,1 evening arn ,.,among Jack4 r i 0 'F ,FE :E'F: 49< J
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Director,,USO.lldg..,.Starke. thorn; ll: e v a ; C N
sonvUle ongiefatiSiai g Rginganaipecial.'sirtgejT
The new ,term will run through "May\ 25, 1961. $2.00 arerfalso duled.vWit CHICKEN OF THE SEA CHUNK
registration fee per course. i ,re' k C

serve flUrfW. iterhiissiah'ttne., FiTiH2; 49'
INVESTIGATE NOW. LET US HELP YOU. STUDENTS All dhurclfe? ire | dt"toi t4- TusM: ? /2

OUTSIDE BRADFORD COUNTY MAY PARTICIPATE tend: pecial ti iifeers>re rdu fed, w CANS .

(Clay, Union, Baker, and other counties. i to qpntlic: Russell dng. ALL YECfJA'BLE"L: : QUARTBOTTLE
horSler, 4ipda artvftl.I
j Church
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= .I ,\, ., .\( ,-. ...1 I I Visiting, ith -Mr. and Mrs *K.I .
I I c (E iieX i :Mt; ;MJ 1 ??.*?vsr-: 1 WESSON LIMIT-l WITH 39ft
I ren 'and grandson, Rpnnie, im- : J5.00 FOOD
,tbrell wre'tile Jo hr;' 'd ji, *f 2 er, I PURCHASE .
I "!ri' "C iskthei ens : }sin and FRE-MAR SMOOTH CREAMY

:i'' 'h 1 It4'j: a ghter n.l1Lw, Mr.. et :

a 1& .Mr. =C1 frotd' ;JdlUls, and AYONNA1UV QUART 3'9c
.- ,' daughter during ,the ,Christmas 7< .JAR

wee 2ilarit1'Ut&, I: 'OJ.on. J J!Iorri1
Johns, ha sons ; shored{ ththempn
i'lay'' .of iawt ek., all:
Chrls &: ie: CAN

I !W:8! R(esta! : fJ.L ira,..tgis
; I Cox J1diP l&np> I ,CPa'4aon In aw jand; aughter. '
I ,z fir_. pd"Rra'l Esrlali : :! Blackeye! Peas E4eozcAit2c
I OhPearaong ..n ': Wnitesida Mustard. C
.13id t7irs( .C 't's,'I: TALI
?: ;p'}aiitesvl1lesipn! r!: dak'Oht."I Turnip Greens 3 25 MUSSELMAN'S "FlAVORFUL WITH MEATS" .

J I e, ?JIfd: ra.l I L.I : I V Collard Greens CANS 3c
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nesday.ot last: '"weeL.Mr. FAMILY PAK "TIDBIT"BREADED UDY FAIR THIN ",la'D" ( 29c VALUE)
I end .Mrs. Prank f .$in :SHRIMP. 89c'
and ffljL'X. Ii} Vere"visited (Shrist- FROZEN SLICED V w PARTY BREAD, 19 OZ 25c
> 'T970URt:1JSrdMERslW. : I LOAf .

t9f'MMflr f.. !
IL4CKEYE '; 052 'f:ait,29c MonAlZlICElJ.DAN1SIj (ALMOND Oft PECAN) .
: << :u-r., ,CYPRESS M IIAIE : COFFEE: Rlft'G Y 1 3ge

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*iremT> r Federal 1 Deposits Insurance Corporation i y OI c T.ON-19c 1 fRESH '. :

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'J'TTTTTITT rTTTT, TTTTTITTTI of Mr. and Mrs.. Earl Green Friday Annette Green visited Mr. and I ." .. ." ." .., ...... Christ, Child be a light to man-
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'night.Joe Mrs. R. K. Dukes, in Lake Butler i' kind and. bring you peace, I "We eliminate the middleman's profit
; BROOKER Green of Gainesville and .'Sunday night. I ./r> Home, Demonstration j jI jI jI
: Annette Green of Ocala are spending Herbert Sullivan and son ofi 9
the ,holidays with their parents i Gainesville visited the J. H. Sul-!!I ;: :: .:: Notes Oat Quart \\1tkEaeAor
Green I
)[r. and Mrs. A. L. I nvan family Sunday night. i byDOROTHY hoot
A 4Mr :' Mr. and )[rs. .Roy Green and )fr. and Mrs. Lamar Hall and w { ROSS I One you'bay. 1
family visited Mr. and,Mrs. J. .T. 'daughter of Starke were visitIng t .
and Mrs. Harry Edwards Taylor and family in Palatka Mrs. Amanda Lewis Christ- '' / Home Demonstration: AgentFor Prices Start at $2 qt. $5.93 Gal
of. Jacksonville were guests of
Sunday mas Day
itri Lottie Edward Christmas the Brooker Home Demon- ers at the top. Full skirts with
Mrs. Mary Willis of Bell is Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges y
: stration Club Christmas: party pleats knifing from the waistlineare tRIeD MARY PAINT STORE
Hay.Donald visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Sullivan and family of Americus Ga. are
Register of St. Peters- last Tuesday, Mrs. Dave Green another silhouette.
for a few days. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hod- 501 N.W. 8th Ave. Gainesville 6.7588COL'S
Fla. FR
,t>Vrj, and Mr. and Mrs. Hattwan- this week. )brought Apricot Tea Balls.:,They Many necklines will be collar- ,
I Visitors of Mrs. Rosa Kelley ges
ter, and children of Jacksonville: are slightly tart and/make a.nice less with turtle-like bands. Bows
and .Mrs.
during the Christmas weekendwere Mr. J. A. Bass and
were dinner guests of Mr. and I confection for parties or, eating and buttons move to side closures.
}fr. and Mrs. Arthur Kelley daughter of Gainesville visited
)Qrs. J. H., Sullivan Sunday. Mr. I anytime. She would like. to share Culottes [the divided skirt appear -
and daughter of Bradenton, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and Mrs. the recipe with you '? .C-: : in the sport line. Their .
and Mrs. Stephen Kelley of Jacksonville Mary Sue Willingham
.Mrs. Mary Sue Willingham spent Mr. and'Mrs. Fred Wai-r Christmas Eve. Aprieot Tea, Balls ,TIn length varies from above the I
Christmas in Newberry. a food chopper grind IS ounces knee, knee-high, dress length to GULF SERVICE
don of Wildwood Mr. and Mrs. Mr: and Mrs. Bobby Brannen '
Green of Jacksonville is \ nuts, floor length.
Jayne of dried apricots
L. C. 'Kelley of Waldo; and Mr, and Mlcah of Palatka visited Mr. cup
''Spending the week with her and "Mrs. Cliff Kelley of Wild and Mrs.: .Roy Green and family 1 medium or small orange [use Contrasting belts will be worn 263 N. TEMPLE PH. WO 4.6001
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave wood. Sunday and Monday. whole orange except seeds, 2 with overblouses coat dresses and eut tks .reu ,

Greta Allen'and Brenda. Green are in LInda Green of Florida Southern cups b1l&'ar.Mix easy suit jackets. They will vary
Mr. and Mrs.' I. T. Temple of Palatka visiting. Mr: and Mrs.' College In Lakeland is'spending all ingredients ,and storein from narrow dogleash belts rest- May cheer'ani 10)r UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTJESSE
fcfohilcello Christmas with container ing at hip tops, kerchief sashes,
spent. covered in the
a re- .
for ?'Jfae i
J. T. Taylor and family a.. holidays with her parents '
,Her. and 'Mrs. James Temple and few days. i Mr.'and Mrs Earl Green. frigerator. ,Make Into,. bite size and big links and metal dangles : fill the coming' y.tr B. COLEMAN
,,farm o Side draping and fastening or decorations -
'GM2 balls and roll in powdqed.sugar.
Charles B. Kelley; stationed MP. and Mrs. Alex Williams .
Mrs. il. O. Brown visited Iris Mayport' was home'with and'stej.. Mr and Mrs. Julian May be kept for several weeks. on belts recognize the for o UI 'shads' sad Assisted by Ken Coleman & Ed Griffis .

,hroWn. Mrs. Louise Cogin and hte, mother.. Mrs. 'D ris. Kelleyand Green and son and Mr. and Mrs. Thelma Lewis's Spiced,Tea asymmetric direction ol new ,

Louie Brown in Jacksonville over family for the, :Christmapweekend. Wi1&oq'tOreen& and daughters, all Spiced tea' Is sO' delicious it .fashion. all. limn ''oved avail. ,
pie. ,Christmas Weekend. 1 of,:Jacksonville, spent the Christ- must have been '"made": for i I Jackets. vary in length from FREE GREASE JOB
Stag Christmas-is the feeling of somepeople. i mid-\ rm tp the lengthened Jac- ,
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Sue McDavid of Valdosta mac weekend with Mr. and Mrs. .
And 'family of Gainesville were College. Valdosta, Gal: is spend. v ket.Sun: ,'",':. i WITH EACH OIL CHANGEGOOD
>Sunday 'eVening guests of Mr. ing the holidays with ,her parr ;_;fJT_Green.ureen on uainesviiie ,is Thelma's recipe is a good one i i dresses will find one shoul- .,,.. ... .'
,and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and fami: ents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mc.- speeding. the holidays with his which several people have requested !der covered and the other bare. .

ly.. David. parents, ;DJt':and Mrs. Roy Green. so we are passing it on Find the new lines suited to '. .f.. GULF GASOLINE and OILSTIRESTUBESBATTERIES

Guests of the W, E. Bigham, 'Ronald and Jack Register of birsMargie; Lewis and sons, Eddie to you in- hopes you too, can use you and make the most of them Peyton Florist
,Jr.', family over the Christmas :Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. J. and John are in bed with the it during the holidays. when spring is here. .

weekend were: Sgt. and Mrs. Lea W. Sullivan and family of 'Gaines mumps this week.Mrs. Recipe I Christmas Message .
ville 'were dinner guests of Mr. 'T.. W. Markey and John 2 lemons, 3 oranges, 1 quart;
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Jr. of Atlanta, Gart Mr. May God's love given in the r
$Ad Mrs. Les Hardee, ST., and and Mrs. J. H. Sullivan Sunday. Green were in Gainesville on busi- boiling water, 18 doves, 2 cups I I

Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Whittle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. B.Bighara, ness Thursday. sugar, 2 quarts strong tea.
and family of Jacksonville RoyTurner" Jr. and famUy were the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Brannen Squeeze juice from fruit. Put
of Lake Butler, Mrs. R.I I dinner guests of Mrs. R. K. and Mr and Mrs. Roy Green rinds in 1 quart of,boiling water \ r- '
Bigham and n Gainesville.Mr. visited Kenny GreeQ in Wddwood, with cloves and boil for five min I
K. Bigham and family, of Gaines- family .
rttHe. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham,I I and Mrs..Frank Tinney and and also visited in Leesburg. Mr. utes and strain. Add sugar,I I I .. .' .: \ _

Sr:' of 'Lakeland, and Mr. and i! sons of Gainesville were Christmas and Mrs. Brannam returned toPglatka strong tea and fruit juices to the L _
water, Serve hot in tea cup. Ser h :
Mrs. John Chamberlain of Australia. dinner guests of Mr. and. Monday night. Ailean and H-- _
I Mrs. T. W. Markey.Mr. .Janice Green returned with them ves 12 to 15. :

Mr.'and Mrs. Frank Tinney and I end..Mrs. Earl Green, Mrs. for a visit. Juniors Leaders Serve _

:ions: ,of Gainesville were guests Mary Green, Shirley, ,lands, anii Mr.'and Mrs. T. W. Markey. and Junior 4-H leaders Carolyn I \1CL j
Shealy -
o Mr. and Mrs.Frank Tmney Chllson. Linda Cox Cheryl t e

$00$.,.Jisteq.'M} and Mrs. R. K. Kathy Jones and Inger Han- _
puke Jn Lake Butler Sunday sen held an officer training
'i afternoon.( meeting Monday in the Home De-
Mrs. Jean Douglas is a patient monstration office. Officers from

i in Alachua General Hospital in the Starke and Lawtey 5-6th
G 1nesvU1 grade 4-H Clubs were instructedby
Buffet Supper the leaders and the Home De-

I The Young People's Sunday monstration Agent on the duties .
i ew ears School Class was entertained at of their office. Officers included

the home of Rev and Mrs. James presidents, vice-presidents, secre-
Temple Friday night with a buffet taries and song leaders-

'.super. There were 16 guests After the meeting, hot chocolate .
present to' exchange gifts and enJoy was served and games played -

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'raj*. No Khaki 'torwool .
Brio to Bradford copt -Telfrmpn. hsWr'
'Pfc Willie T.-Luke, son of Mr. .
ikJMrs.. I, V.: Luke of Route 1, 1 tt:

Stare; took part with other per- RCAVICTOR'E t.
son el'! of the U; S; Army's Berlin
t- mpaand ,in making Christmas /
TO OUR DEAR FRONDS! happier for hundreds of orphaned .-. .1

yqungsters in the West Berlin ,The WAYFARER

We with all of prolonged area,-.The. soldiers collected, andrepaired '
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toys and also sponsored (OOI@mtTIW)

peace tad Iwtini brotherhood a Christmas parties for orphanages : ,
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.. Luke 1s rocket-launcher crew- 1SIS111 1IIE COllI.
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mar in Co. c. of the 6th II fantry.Heenteref.the b
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Fort Jackson.'S. C. before being :. UaTlIOSetstaOu> W'--\.CctrCIDISmru
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Recruits William Carter son of
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weeks of basic combat training. "' 'T.
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