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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'Starke's entirepo live fort((talded six' :places) in the ", '; : i _

first.'- 111 of the series 1ty.__:of crackdawns.on' ; illegal sale. I '.T of whiskey J *. ,1:."''. H.t .#' ::,1. *, : _* I right The was crudely observed painted posted sign en the at 4 Rl -r. ca

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The"mUltiple raid In which I!' front door of Mike Klondes' home
all' six places were hit at the added that as new distributors I Oct.. 30'to answer charges of of 916 North Street'for: pos home. this week West 9J ..kRt
s same time, is the result of a replace the ones put out of '.selling Ux paid whiskey In a session of moonshine whiskey ,Rosser.said that the officers on Brownlee
i{ plan by Mayor RanJal i !r Chitty business, they would be raidedin T dry county.. She was sentenced.. Mayor's failed to find moonshine at- Street Blondes was arrested by
r; and Police Chief William E. turn. He posted nother: $502.50 Court Monday night to pay a the four other places raided city police last Friday for the sec

i w ,Rosser 'to halt illegal (sale of Hit last Friday for the second bond after last Friday's raid fine of $502.50 or serve 15 last Friday on search warrantsfor ond time In three weeks on a ,

4 'rry both,moonshine and tax paid time in three weeks was Mike and trial was postponed until days in jail. charge of selling tax paid whiskey
'whiskey in the city limits. Klond s, whose residence is they Decterm of, Mayor's A gallon of moonshine was possession of shine. in 4 dry county.

.rJ : : "We intend to keep it up on West Brownlee Street. -coil tt upon ,request of found at the Small woman'shome The city police were assistedin Purpose of the sign whether
: until the city is dry or until Klondes had previously forfeited Klondes' attorney Lex Green. the raids by State Beverage
". __ and 23 bottles of bond- .to warn customers, or convince
.... .the "terms of our offices expire a $502.50 bond by not Also arrested Friday was a ed whiskey. [pints and half Department'agents from Jack- police-is a matter of
Chitti. Rosser Chief Rosser. said. He appearing in Mayor's Court on Reno Negress Carrie Small pints- "were taken, Klondes'. sonville. speculation.

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I BRADFORD COUNTY. TELEGRAPH Will Neveils Appeal Convicted




Official County Publication Established In 1879

VOLUME MGHTY-THREE I Of Manslaughter
STARKE, FLOBIDA.. TmTP fAV. NOV. 2S. 1961 NUMBER. TWENTY.ONE.
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Circuit Court Termed Unfair James \V. Neveils, 42 Starke railroad em-

x ployee, was convicted in Circuit: Court here last Friday

of manslaughter in the }August 30 death of his wife
Sees No Action } Sick Leave Policies Piney, 44.Neveils ,

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"5 His attorney. Wayne Ripley

Hit By OfficialsTwo { .3 of Jacksonville was given ten
Meek ., I jjdays 1 ; by Circuit Judge George
;3JL. Patten hi which to file a
facets of the city's sick Mayor Randal Chitty and :
motion for
a trial.
new Neveils
No action ia scheduled totbeen leave policies were termed un- Councilman Carl Lamar {I ,received the verdict with ap-
take -place, or has taken place,, fair in separate indictmentsof Johns at the regular council !parent calmness.
In circuit court this week, according the program by Starke meeting Tuesday night. i't t' .
to Court Clerk Charles Chitty thought the city Manslaughter- carries a
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A policy of not maximum sentence of 20
Darby. GUS Voted Out letting em- ,:rears.
The trial of Shirley Lavon ployees accumulate sick leave f '
Napier, orginally set for Mon from year to year unfair, Jr A grand jury convened
day November 20,-has Of while Johns said it is unfair I here early this month, had
Postponed. \ until her husband StrawberryBowl for a man to have to take indicted Neveils for second degree -

Joe* is released from the hos three days leave in order to I murder of his wife who
pital The 26-year-old former .i. avoid: payroll deductions. I I died-according to testimony

Lawtey woman is charged"with Y Contest Neither man knew the other .i of a Gainesville, pathologist-
hooting her husband in a local was even going to bring up primarily from bleeding !in the
tavern. Coach Lennard Register's the city's sick leave policy at > brain caused by..multiple blows
Next important case on tne undefeated Tornado football the meeting. 1: on the, head.'

docket is set for Tuesday. No- team has voted unanimously Council decided after discussing The defense, based its case

vember: 28, when J. W. (Duke) v- '"'""\fr it __ .... 1't.f m R to play in the Elk Club spon- the matter for the on efforts to show that Mrs.
Hendrieth Lawtey Negro goeson sored Strawberry Bowl contest better portion of an hour to Neveils was "an alcoholic"and
trial for murder In the fatal f COMING THROUGH"Moving December 9, but have de- take their present policy under could have inflicted the

hooting of Clarence Morgan Two TeenagersArrested Lawtey Faces finitely turned down Gaines- consideration. Other towns In X .n__ fatal injuries on herself by
,, another Lawtey Negro. day" on U. S. 301 moved from Lafayette Streetto t; ville High School as an op-, the area will be contacted before falling and striking her head
Hendrieth is accused of South is symbolized by this its new site on Raiford Rd. uonent the next regular- meeting.- as sketched i in on the floor or some other ob,
ehooting Morgan over a gamb- In house seen "coming through"last Soon to be demolished is Biggest Ballot This leaves the Bowl com- on December 5 for a resumeof courtroom by artist Richard ject.In
ling ..debt'of' $3. According Friday from Madison Dr. C. J. Houpt's Doctor's Hos- mittee with task of finding a area sick leave policies. _Speed. a statment given to Assistant -
to the accused, he shot Street in the space formerly pital [at right] which is half 'team willing to wait until Dec. Starke employees presentlyget State's Attorney Mack
Morgan in self defense after rBunningTwo occupied by Shepherd's TV in the new 'right-of-way of 9 to play.. The date is two 11 days of sick\\\leave per Finn Futch last August, and Introducpd.du -

rA asking_. him ''to..pay, the 'debt building torn down recently, ,.'301.Property ;owners,xm the hillistoryThe weeks after the regular' seasonof.most''te year,) which are not Cumulative. -, Williston ..- evideece.at'the.trial;.
'-wnen'-ne- -called- Morgan--to his ,."lo make way for the new route needefrighfof: way have until : end. was set; ..Inr other words a man Neveils'said he .did not sec
to discuss of 301 south from Dec. 4 to this year because the Tornadoes cannot ever have more ,than his
car payment of the Bradford County teenagers the court- vacate. Low wife from about 2 p. m
biggest ballot Bidder
''debt Hendrieth said the victim have been arrested by house. Contract for the 301 four- tey's history will in Law are ending their season a 11 days sick leave at one time Monday Aug. 28, until he saw
confront week late
made a motion as If to draw a Deputy Sheriff Russell Redding The house [former Tyler toning project from courthouse voters there in the due to a schedule even if he never uses any of her lying on the bedroom floor

knife from his pocket. and charged with arson Jones home] was purchased to south county line was town election of Tuesday annual, Dec. mix-up The with Tornadoes Lake City. them. On 301 South Wednesday morning, Aug. 30.
Hendrieth thinking the man in connection with the burning by A. D. Crosby and sold to let Tuesday to W. & M. Con. scheduled were originally Mayor Chitty stated that Neveils said he left home in

was drawing a knife he said, 'of a county' bridge.At Fred Haislop- It is being traction Co. of Williston. 5th.The ballot will be unique City on October 13 to,play but Lake the I II many people go for years the early afternoon that Monday -

got a pistol from the glove a .hearing held Tuesday, also in another way -for the Columbia County team I I without getting sick, but all The W. & M. Construction came up town and stay-
compartment of his car and November 21, before County' Attorney Gen. Rules first time it will contain the two teams on their had at once he may be laid up for Co. of Williston ed until about 10 p. m. His
schedulefor was apparenttow
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Judge T. A. Yawn, 19-year-old months at a time. He suggested -
shot Morgan at point-blank name of a woman candidatefor that night. bidder wife was not at home when
Since for
Gerald .Lee Brantley and another they had j that a two month or 60 day Tuesday the he returned the statementsaid.
fange killing him. ,
City Council
Accordingto City Lacks Power To ProhibitOff Joan Phil- signed the other contract be'fore I four-lane and six-lane widen
cumulative total be set.
17-year-old ,
youth claimed
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information lips [
from Mrs. Leslie
the I I ] qualified for the one with the Tornadoes ing of U. S. 301 [South in
Bradford County Sheriff's they had nothing to do withthe the office Just before the they played the other Councilman Johns said thatif Bradford County.At On Tuesday, Neveils said, he
|;office, a knife was found be- incident. The bridge is located Premise Beer deadline at noon Saturday. team then and re-scheduled an employee was absent only the State Road Depart again came up town, met Alvin
side Morgan's outstretched a mile east of the Lucian ConsumptionAccording Other late-qualifiers for the : Starke for Friday, December 1. one working day due to illness ment's monthly bid opening, Robinson in a pool room in
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[hand as he, lay! dead beside Conner farm on the Old Rising three; council positions to be Strawberry Bowl contestsare that employes's, salary the firm submitted an offerof mid-afternoon and the two

Hendrieth's car 'section Church Road in the northwest to an opinion Tuesday night at the regular.. filled were Paul Dinkins, and customarily played during should not be docked, as is $1,090,003 to improve the toured local bars I and pool.
Other cases not listed in last of the county, Reddingsaid. rendered the city of Starkeby council meeting. H. C. Kelly. Incumbents Earl the first week in December. present city policy. The policy highway for eight miles -fro m rooms, drinking beer.

week'. Telegraph, were: I Attorney General Richard Ervin stated his opinion hi Teston and Dave L. Shufordhad Mac McGriff Jr., bowl com- was set several years ago, Mrs. the south approach to the In his testimony, Robinson
Herbert Prescott{ who was Neighbors ,saw the fire and Ervin, municipalities in dry qualified earlier. mittee member in charge of Ruby Johns said, to stop Santa Fe River [in Alachua said they bought a case of
[put on a pre-sentence investi-! pOut> it out before any appreciable counties do not have the pow- a letter to Assistant City At- There were no new entries, recruiting an opponent for the employees from taking off County] to the courthouse beer, took it to: the horns of a
| gallon after pleading guilty to damage was done to the er to control by ordinance the torney George Pierce. The before the deadline for other Tornadoes, says that since afternoons to go fishing on corner at Call Street in Starke. friend and continued drink

taking goods and money totaling bridge, the deputy stated. The sale of off-premise consumption the opinion council was'was requested when city offices, with three candi- GHS has been excluded from the excuse of being sick. The project was the largestof ing until about 3 a. nv
I $1,312 from Speed Products offense is a felony and if evidence of beer by retail, es- seeking ways dates for Mayor; four for Marshal competition there is no im- Chitty also said that with 20 on which the department A friend then took them to
to
[Incorporated. Prescott was warrants Judge Yawn tablishments.Such prohibit the new JiffyStore I ; and two for City Clerk. mediate prospect of landing present policies the city is opened bids. Neveils home [the former
f manager of the Bay Service could turn the case over to municipalities can Bradford on Temple Ave, near For Mayor: Charles R. Shu- the ,Tornadoes another oppon- urging its employees to use Also received at the Tuesday Peterson Dairy in Southeast

'Station on North Temple, which circuit court. however, prohibit the con- 'from selling'beer.County.High School ford, incumbent; M. L. Turner ent. Most teams don't wantto sick: leave whether they needit letting was an apparent low Starke] and, after sitting and
was owned by Speed Products. Redding said that, as far. as sumption of beer on the and W. P. Kemp. practice two weeks for a or not because they will lose bid of $127,970 from Gregg & drinking awhile, Robinson said
Van Prescott and Brunell he knew, the two boys had been premises of retail establish- The store does, however, For Marshal: Sumter D. post season contest and most it at the end of the year any- Gregg, Inc. of Leesburg for be went to sleep on a couch
I Hershel Dyal pleaded guilty be in' no previous trouble. The ments if'the said retail stores have the right to sell beer in Harley, incumbent; Mitchell good Class A teams are already way. If they could accumulatethe construction of 1.326 miles fin the living room whiled
[ fore Judge George L. Patten to bridge was burned Saturday are near churches, schools, or packages to be consumed else- Brown, D.,E. Boatwright, Carl scheduled to play in other leave against future need, approaches and 93-foot an Neveils> went into the bedroom.
\i possession of still and still apparatus night November 11, but the residential areas. .Starke already where other than, the store VanZant. bowls. GHS is a Class AA he said, they would tend to 160 foot bridges on S225, S237, Robinson said he woke
up
designed for the man boys> were not arrested until has such an ordinance. grounds. And as Mayor Chitty For Clerk: Ethel Reddish, school. be more careful of the manner and S325 between Alachua about 10 a. m. Wednesday
ufacture of moonshine whiskey; Friday, November. 17. ]Mayor Randal Chitty stated (Continued on Page Five) incumbent; and Bennie Ray Teams mentioned locally as in which they use it. and 'Bradford Counties. These called Neveils. who quickly
Jn a May 31 raid of a still one Turner [Mrs. M. 1..]. possible opponents for the Johns said it should be left are the bridges near Hampton appeared at the curtained
and a half miles south of9tarke. r Blue Devils Threaten Upset This may be the last time I Tornadoes are Bolles, or the to the superintendents in Graham, and Brooker. doorway between the two

Both were place' on voters get to elect a marshal, loser of the SebringAvonPark charge to determine if qne of Owners of property on the rooms. Robinson said he was a
[pre-sentence investigations. as a proposed charter change game. Nov. 22. his men is really sick. Continued On Page 6] I light sleeper but heard no

I In another moonshine case Green Cove Win Yields would make the marshal's office ,.., .. ._. .. .' -.- . ,.. disturbance during the night.
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BurneD Hershel Dyal and Monj appointive.'lf approved : ; :: ::. f 'Robinson said that he and
j roe Addison both pleaded guilty Dec. 5, the Mayor will appointthe
Neveils went U a bootleggersfor
i to possessing a still and still ap marshal'with' approval of
paratus designed for the manuf&eture Fifth Conference Titleseason the City Council, a more whiskey, came back
1 A. to the house, and Neveils saddled -
of,moonshine whiskey. Other proposed charter up his horse aid penned
j Dyal was placed on,pre-sen. changes: would make the termof E
some cattle from one field to
(Continued on Page Five) Lowly Green Cove surprised the Tornadoes rallied? to win, I'm happy." :, office for Mayor and City -vUnion Coach Len Register's vaunted! pull their victory out of the fire Looking ahead to the last Clerk two years each insteadof >'> '-' ''"'' They came back into the

Tornadoes Friday night by and preserve their unblotted game with tough Lake City of one year, and would provide -' house about 2:30: Robinson

making them come from be- record. A fact which most fans coach also stated "I wouldn't that no elected official shall -'. .. '' '} '', testified, and he went into the
hind for a close 13-7 victory in missed in the heat of the game take anything for this game qualify for a different office -. ; living room. ,Neveils called
one of the hardest hitting contests was that the Tornadoes also became maybe we'll get our heads without first resigning from from,the bedroom the witness
ThanksgivingService of the season. ,Keystone Conference down out of the clouds now." the office which he already z ;.. said caking Robinson to do

Behind 6-0( at the beginningof champions for the fifth consec- A recap of game statistics holds. 'r, him'a favor-"Come help me"
the second half the Blue utive year'with a perfect lea- shows that the Blue Devils Besides increasing lengthof pick my wife up off the floorRobinson ."
Devils, playing their final gameof gue record of six wins. second power surge showed the Mayor's term the' said he went into
the season, thrilled their With time fast becoming an charter change would'aiso increase -
FIRST them nearly equal to the Tor the bedroom and saw Mrs.
hometown fans with a spectac- important factor in the sudden nadoes on the record book. The his salary from $100 per Neveils lying on the floor clad

BAPTIST CHURCH ular power display. They drove ly important contest the Tor-. Tornadoes gained a total o: 189 year to $300. No change' is ,. only in underwear, and with
78 yards, from their 27, in 18; nadoes, seemingly around at yards to Green Cove's 178. Fifteen made hi pay of City Clerk .- black and blue bruises over

Thur&, Nov. 23 plays with quarterback Gerald last, stormed back to scorer of St rke's' yards gamed candidate's Provision is qualifying also made fee for of a I- / i _____ most of her bodHe /. .
Vaughn going the last foot fo their winning touchdown in came in the air. The locals also said he told Neveils there

10 A. M.\ the score. just 3 minutes J 11 seconds. edged the Blue Devils 11-8 five per cent of the annual -'-"- ', < -.". ., ..", 'U ;...:-..; was no use to pick her up,
salary of the office
.. sought.
Vaughn's toe then made good
Attempting to pass but finding In first downs. they had better call an am-
f the extra point' to put the Blue no receivers quarterbackIrwin First Half Play If approved the charter In-SerVice Training Given Prison EmployeesPictured i bulance and .get' her to the
Devils changes would go into effect
"" out in front 7-6 with ] .
Martin skirted his leftend hospital
The initial half of play was
11:28; left in .the final period of for 11, yards and the win- almost uneventful with the with the December 1962 elec- above are Florida! or. O, A. Yocom O. A. Ragans pansion program was started. Robinson W4.that Novella
play. With Vaughn halfbackJames nlng tally with 8:17 left in the! Blue Devils not as fired up as tion. State Prison employees who Jr. E. L. Tuivmt V. M. Wil Annual payroll is almost $2- called for an ambulance at

This Space Contributed Hamlin, and fullback game. The .sturdy signal caller in the second half and the Tor completed the first training liams. 500000. his} suggestion and Mrs.
Don Miller carrying the load class for officers in"the recently 3rd row tl-rl: a L. Murphy Around 700
Pistol
** whose wide point try on tt.eJ nadoes not pushing the issue. Stolen prisoners have Novella was carried to the hospital -
Weekly (o Publicize the Blue Devils pulled no punches first TD had ,allowed Green Martin took: the Blue Devil, instituted in-service, train- R. C. Crawford Jr.. N.R. Cow- been moved into the new building where she died about
'and went straight the At Starke Builders ing program. en, C.: P. Worthington H. H. the .
on Bradford
Community Events by up Cove to forge ahead. split the I kick-off on his 10 and.returned County 5:50 p- m.
middle making yardage againstthe : Shown, as they received certificates Punk E. P. Wise. side of New
uprights on his second try and it 31 yards to open the Toraa3 River and the In his statement, Nevejls
'The
The beat defense Starke'sundefeated sheriff's office has re- from Prison Warden The in-service training win transfer will
Community very the score stood Starke .1 doe'a ninth game of. the season. continue .gradually said that he.saw his wife lying
eleven could offer. Green Cove 7. Sophomore fullback Tom Card portedj % .25.calibre. automatic* DeWitt. Sinclair are: be a continuing program with until it reaches capacity on the floor when he first

State Bank BUS Comeback Tally When the final whistle had ner added six more yards be- pistol gun stolen display on at Nov.Starke 14 BuDd-froma Tat 'row from leftl:' R. C. each course totaling 80 hours of.1,200. got up about Ik aOL, but

I II Finally aroused by being on blown Coach Register, standing fore Hallie Seymour punted 48 era Supply. The missing pistolis Boyd W. S. Walker, W. W. H. 8. Hinson is in charge. The Raiford prison popula that he had seen her that way
I the end of the scoring yards to the Green Cove 12. The Raiford prison now has tion now totals 3300. The total so mans times that he "paid
wrong at midfield his
wiping perspiring an Italian Beretta, with serial I Prevatt, Jr., R, H. Huffman. 522 employees>
sheet for the first time ibis brow, said."As long,as,we Continued on Page Six).. number 2S660-C. ., as compared I' !in all state prisons 7.- her no mind." He did not lookSontixen
2nd row Il-rJ: E. L. Eleider- with 373 before the present ex- 600, Page :Five],

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: TTTHURSDAY

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.t n K TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH' STARKE FLORIDA: NOV. 2J 1961
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CARD OF THANKSWe 1 father. We especially thank the
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elmore of George Patten Jr. of Stetson Mr. and Mrs. Fred Black-! Tax Assessor I nurses and doctors. For the

Beaver, Pa. were last Tuesday University will be home for burn of Greenville, N; C-, Lin-: I wish N to express our sin i beautiful floral offerings and
overnight guests of Mr. and the long weekend.Mrs. da Blackburn of FSU and To Attend Meet cere thanks to each one who : the food which was contributed. -

Mrs. F. H. Kramer. J. H. Harrell of Miami Freddie Blackburn. of U. of F..* :. :t, was so kind and thoughful to May God bless each and
1VM Mrs. Rl C. Peddy of Miami and Mrs. R. H. Stockbridgeof will. be weekend guests of :sk Tax Assessor Gene Long will us during the recent illness everyone of you.-The Riley
4. and H. W. Shipp of Jackson- Tampa will be weekend Carr Colley. '- f attended a December 4,5, and and'loss-. our husband and Sweat family. .
ville were Saturday visitorsof guests of Mrs. Henrietta Mr. and Mrs James: Dreier 6 seminar In Tallahassee in the ,
-: -GLADYS t toOOTY< PHO. E"9M:. tsl Mrs. R., A.Newsom.Mrs. Hunt.. and sons of Toledo, Ohio arevisiting :Jfousg:'Chambers for all. the

Jerome Johns was a Mr. and Mrs.'G. E. Larder, her parents, Mr. and state's tax:assessors.,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Col .C. A. Reinaley' and Jim Tuesday luncheon guest of' Jr. and*Mrs. Lanier Sr. of Mrs. J. L. ,Cole for two weeks. }The Bradford assessor has Our .. \
--- Berry of Annapolis, Md. and Mrs. Seymour Marco in Jack- 'Savannah, Ga. were Sunday Mr:, and Mrs. J. P. Dill were been asked to speak Tuesday,
Jr. and family are spending Mrs.'M Leaven visiting of t n berland. Having studied You ow.iJ to yourself -
and .
Mr. nIer sonville and also visited Ebbie guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.NoUman. relatives in Jacksonville
Thanksgiving with 'Mr. and and children, and Mr. and The Nollmans also Saturday. December 5, on the assessment, ot
Knight in St. Vincent's Hos-
Mrs. Willard Baughn and Mrs. Olin Blalock 'ofJacksonrville I the subject. Long feels that 'to .Jook your
pital. had as a guest last Wednes- Arthur Williams who, has
family in Lake City will be Thanksgiving 'Mr.and "Mrs. Paul Hutch- day, Cot C. W. Powell of Jack- been confined in St. Luke's b< i timberlands. are' not carrying I'' loveliest during: the
-airs E. M. Davis is spending weekend guests, of ,lair. and, ins"and children:! *are spending sonville. Hospital for' the past three! ra their fair share of the tax load
ijianksgiving in Tarpon MrsBin Graham and familyat -Thanksgiving day at the Flori- Misses Linda Kay Sale, weeks with pneumonia, is i n- in most cases. I holidaysPermanents
Springs with her sister.' Mrs.C. their camp in the Scrub. Flora Slade, and Mary Kath- proying. The seminar is being sponsored -
da Methodist Children's Homeat
H. Reed. She will be accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy erine Wainwright of FSU are NEW .POLAROID, ELECTRIC by the Assessment Stan- )t
by Mrs. Eva Ander- arid family visited Mrs. Charles Enterprise.John home for the Thanksgiving EYE CAMERAS' Projectors -' dards Division of the Comp '
son; who win visit Mr. and Hardy in Gainesville and Anderson' and son holidays. I ) ,'Tape Recorders, etc.:atBULLINGTON'S. troller's office a new division

MKS. Raiford Epperson in St. -Mrs. O. W. Barry in Brookeron ,Johnny this:. week, of of' Cocoa'Mr. are and' guests irs.Jerome CblTand. Mrs., J. A. Griffinwill ; (tf) which is supposed to give local I ; ,

Petersburg... Sunday. have as Thanksgiving Little Susanne Sewell of tax assessors a standard basis
Miss Vida Jean Gentry- of Mr. 'and Mrs. r E. W. Hayes and also Johns visited on1 Crystal his mother Lake,, guests at their camp,on,Lake Jacksonville spent Saturday to ,Spanky McLendon from which to work.Trampoline $25- $18.50 I

Wesleyan College, Mason, Ga. and Mrs. W. C. Wopten at- in Kerr. Mrs. Kate Sheppard Thursday 'with her grandparents Completes Marine
Mrs. A. W. Anderson, '
arrived home Tuesday for the tended the Shrine Ceremonialin I S arke. Mrs. W. N. North. and Mr.add ,. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Classes I or 2 For $35,OO 1
Thanksgiving. holiday with her Jacksonville on Saturday; reenteredSt. 'Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy of Sewell. The Sewells are spend- Boot TrainingPvt. Being Held ,'
Ebbie Knight has t
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Shawof for firf- Starke F. R. Coker, and Mr. 'ing'Th mgsgtving with Mr. and
Gentry. Athens, Ga. and Mr. and Vincent's Hospital and Mrs. R. E. Coker of Lake- Mrs. James O. Sewell in Jacksonville James N. [Spanky.Mc- Trampoline clases are being $20'-Now $1600
treat-
Miss Jackie Colley .is wending Mrs. Ovid Bennett and familyof ther observation and land.J. -_ Lendon,. son of-Mr.,,and, Mrs. held at The Pratt Street' .
the Ions weekend with'Mr. Jacksonville will be Thanksgiving ment. G. of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead R. P. McLendon of the State '
Moyer Playground.every Tuesday andThursday 2. For. $30.00$15Now
Jeffordsof or
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. ,
and Mrs. Steve Simmons in I weekend guests'of their 'Sunday Is..spending this week with:Mr. and family of Waldo Farm recently completed- Marine afternoon from 3:30:
Miami. mother Mrs. Frazier Shaw. Jacksonville were George 'and Mrs. E. W. Strickland.. 'will 'be Thanksgiving guests Corps. boot training,; atParris till 5:30.: ,1 5lONow- ..
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Mack Futch visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ''The Strifcklands will-also'have 'of Mrs.' Bymun Perkins. Island-i NS C. and is,..now :All elementary and high 4. i $ $8.50
Huggins.
liams have rented the Kincaid and family are spending Davis of Gainesville as guests Thursday,.:and. Fri; Col. and Mrs. W. H. McNeerof stationed -with the' aid< %Tank. sphool students are invited to I $13.00
Greg H
cottage on N. Walnut Street.I Thanksgiving with Mr. and spent the weekend with his day 'Mrs.'Marion Moyer *and :: ''New Port Richey are En, Force,Troop Camp Le- come out and work on the or 2 For $25.00 or 2 For $15.00 !
Mrs. Howard Luebke in Lake Jr. of Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. I
Among those attending the grandmother, Mrs. W. N. grandson, Greg Moyer N: C. Trampoline during these: twoaaYL
Church of Christ homecoming City. Jacksonville.Mr. M. F. Brown and family. r
in"Lake Butler on Sunday were Tom Hardin and Mike Den- North. His parents.Davis Mr. Sun-and and Mrs. Merritt Wil- Mrs. Rex Mixon.. and Mrs. He will return to his sta- I $$-j1TOW $6.00 By Appointment
Mrs. Ressle Thomas Mrs. ton of South-Georgia{ Collegewill Mrs. H. G. spent. liams have as weekend guests W. R. Royster of Jacksonville tion this weekend after spend- BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH i ONLY

Hester Thomas R. L. Thomas be home for the Thanks- day.with E. Edmondson Mrs. North.R. and Mrs. Miss Frances Landrum of spent Monday with Mrs. Drew ing a 15-day leave with his Rev. R. T. Williams, Pastor 1 or Two For $10.00 t ti
giving weekend. Florida-Southern College, Reddish and Mrs. W. H. Ed-
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier and parents.
H. B. Hamilton attended the Sunday School 10 a. m..1,
family, and Mr. and Mrs. S. Com: and Mrs. A. W. Brad- and Mrs. J. F. Rogers, and wards on Mrs. Edwards birth < enlisted for "BRING A FRIEND"MORGAN'S
McLendon
Hospital Auxiliary conventionat Pvt. Morning Worship 11 a. m.: i .
G. Denmark and bury and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Linton Taylor Jr. of Jacksonville. I I'
family.
the Robert Meyer Hotel in day.Mrs. six months last July, and will Evening ,worship 7 p. m. Prayer -
rM .
Epps and family spent the ,I., Scoggins of
Misses Diane Pirth and Jacksonville on Nov. 16. : I meeting Wednesday 7 p. m I
Brenda Sue Hinson of Charity weekend at Johnson Lake. Mrs. George Flynn Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Alston Columbus, qa,. (spendias; two Be released in January. BEAUTY SHOP
C. J. Powell was admitted I of, Chicago Ill. spent the weeks With Mr. and Mrs, C. RScog .
School Nursing..New Orleans children are spending the I = THE, RIGHT POINT for the
La. will be home from to the Veterans Hospital in long weekend with her parents weekend with Mr. and Mrs. N. ginsand-Mr/and Mrs. W Several members of the local way you write. Come in and 1209 N. Temple Ave. Phone 964-8141
Thursday to I Lake City last Friday for observation -I H: Willis. B.j;Scoggins. t i attended ESTER-
Sunday.HALLMARK Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Mc- WCTU $ a State select yoo.favorite
and treatment. Visit- Byron Terwillegar of Boll Mr.nd'Mrs. Luther Lennon, !Mrs.\ R. L. Morgan Mrs. Hilma Hicks
Area BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- ,
CHRISTMAS Ateer, in Tampa.Dr. : : :1 meeting in, Palatka
ing him on Sunday were Mr School. Jacksonville, is home of Jacksonville :'and :Mr. 'kn d .
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CARDS. Box aMortmentti-Re- attended Wednesday of last week. GRAPILa I .
Marco '"
and Mrs. George Powell, Mr. Seymour for Thanksgiving.Mr. Mrs.: :PlauJ Shields and family ... ;: "
:Names ligious General & Business. and Mrs. Robert Tanner, Mrs. the, World Contact Lens and Mrs. Charles Me- of Waldo Win be Thanksgivingguests -a A ,
individually hand_stainprd. Mary Lappe, Herschel Crosby, Congress in Chicago Ill. on Quaiig and family of Waycross, of ':if o. and'Mrs. 'EdPrevatt4
Quick Service at BULL- Nov. 1214.
-Jl.23 and Mrs. J. H. Fields. Ga. are spending the weekend ,_ x
INGTOX'S -
[ ] Mrs. Bertha Pearce will Rex Brown of Purdue Uni- with Mr. and Mrs. Mack L. Mrs Daisy Johnson of Hqus-
Dr. and Mrs.Seymour Marco have as guests this weekend versity, Indiana, will spend Williams. ton, Texas, 'was visiting .Mrs t
have purchased the home of ;Mrs. Beulah Saxon of Oakland the Thanksgiving weekend SK-1 and Mrs. Joe Neal Paul Raymond, and Mrs. M. H.
Mrs. Thelma Mendoza on 'Park, Mr. and Mrs. B. Haines with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Belche and three children of Lang oix Saturday.. s
River Road in Jacksonvilleand and daughter, Martha of George Brown, at Kingsley Norfolk Va- are spending ten Mrs. W S. Slade returnee a

moved there last Friday, Winter Haven, Mrs. Emily Lake. days with their parents;, Mr last Wednesday from s a
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez Favor of Miami, Mrs. Lillian READY FOR HUNTING and. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell of month's visit ,with Mr, and : :
and family of Mandarin will Phillips of Lake City, and SEASON? 6 x SO Binoculars Starke and Mr. and Mrs. A, Mrs. N. K.Hurst hi: Indian- }! /k#,, F
be Thanksgiving guests of Mr. Mrs. T. J, Thomas of Valdosta .$19.95 up at BULLINGTON'S.(2t C. Belche of Lake Butler. apolis, Ind. %i ;
and Mrs. Joe Martinez. Ga. 11-23)) Mack L. Williams was in Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and F

.....--. ,. -_<#-. ."...._Op.-. ... """II!!" Waycross, Ga. from Sunday to daughter, E'v' lyn, are spending 7.
Wednesday on business. :Wednesday to Sunday in

I Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Caldwell Manchester, Ga., with Mr. and

{ 'ii of Battle Creek Mich spent Mrs., Welby Griffith. 0.
x t the weekend with Judge and Mr.. and Mrs. Paul Raymondand
Mrs T. A. Yawn and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang are hav-

k WE STOCK A COMPLETE I WE+> Or"ft ROOTIES' I Mrs. J. G. Caldwell.Mr. ing Thanksgiving with Mr. SILVER
and Mrs. F. F. Stump and Mrs. M. L. Pickering in
and daughter Lillian, are- I Gainesville.. I
spending Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade
I Mr. and Mrs. John W. Griffinin Jr.ahd family of Jacksonville, I
Ernest Allen 607 E. Hardenbrook
Brownlee
Ph. 969-1093 Belly
Ochlochnee, Ga. Mn and Mrs. Charles Saw e; DOLLAR
Mrs. W. H. Sullivan and and Mrs. W. S. Slade of Starke

OPEN THBRSIAY TO, 12:00: NOONWILSON'S I Mrs,.-A D. ,Jackson-of r,Mayo are ,ThanksgivinjM. of

were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T.; H. Slade.
I Mrs. James Sullivan. Mr, and Mrs., Comer Perry-
Diane Graham of Lake Butler man of Jacksonville'are spending -
I WITH% EACH PAIR OF
CERTIFIED spent the weekend with .. Thanksgiving' with Judge
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hicks. and Mrs.. E. K. Peirywan.Rev. ,
s : Seaman Apprentice Bob .and Mrs. John R.Brab

C SMith left Wednesday for San ham had .as Sunday guests.... !
Diego; Calif. for six months Mr.. arid Mrs Guy Turner of c PURCHASED'

I sea duty in the Pacific.Mr. Ocala, and Mrs., W.,P. Smith,
and Mrs. Junius Smithare and Mrs. Beulah i Revel of Pa- r

spending Thanksgiving in 1 latka, \ NOV. 24 25
the Scrub at the Bill Graham I. Mr. and Mrs Harry Mooty ,
camp. and daughter Gerry Beth, are '
LB. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ed- Thanksgiving guests of, Mr. ,. ,Ltiml (Friday, .Saturday Only) 9:
wards arid Mrs. Leah Bau- and Mrs. Milton St.Peter and

knight were. Tuesday evening family in Gainesville. I,
dinner guests of Miss Kate Stuard Rich, two years old,
10 Lbs. to 14 Lbs. Struth. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Men's
i Jenifer! Davis of Gainesville Rich of Jacksonville, and
spent the weekend with her grandson of Mr.:,and Mrs. Guy
SMOKED FRESH
PICNIC FRESHSHOULDER
grandmother. Mrs. Lucile Da Edwards of Starke, won third

i lb. vis. place in a baby contest in
lb.
29c -- lier Buddy Baker of Jacksonvillewas Jacksonville.- .He'was shown on \:

visiting Jimmy Lawsonover Channel 12 TV Tuesday nighton
the weekend. the newscast.SUNvMON.TUES.. sa }

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Mrs. Herbert Thomas Mrs. Y d

Beef Sale Irene Roberts and Mrs. Lucile Ladies'x a
Davis spent Wednesday in Pa-

latka. D glCARKE
CHUCK Attending the BPW club
ALL MEAT FL-: Children's
I
meeting at the Riverside .
ROAST "lb. 39 STEW lb. 53 Woman's Club in Jacksonvilleon I .
G. L. t
Sunday were Mrs. THE
Farber, Miss Madge Middle- : ., I
BRISKET ton. Miss Della RosenbergMrs. >; NOV. '26-27-28

STEW 3 lbs Sge RIB STEAK. lb. Sge Desta Dyal, Mrs; J. D. One,'Good1( :Feature J

Doyle. Mrs. Margaret Brown .)
and Mrs. Dorothy Milberger. Never On Sunday s% 1 ,r r

RIB STEW lb. 39C CHUCK STEAK lb 49c Billy of Jacksonville and Marian are Harrington spend- Plus 'aitaonk

ing the 'weekend with' their WED.-THURS.,
'
mother, Mrs. Gladys Harring- NOV.,29-30

.ton.Mr. DOUBLE FEATURE GET YOURS FREE I
Fresh. Pork Sale and Mrs. M. L. Lawson
The Cat IJ
and'family and Oren Welch BurglarAND
,
;attended homecoming at the C II
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rI
I,First Baptist Church'in
CENTER CUT FRESH PORK ,
I Auburndale ,on Sunday. Squad Car 1 VcI

PORK CHOPS LB. '59* BACK BONE -. lb. 49c I I andina Mrs. T.is J.. visiting Corbett !of Mr.Fern-and Plea CsitoonFRLSAT. I A I

Mrs; Fred Snell this week. ., DEC. 1-2 I I
FRESH PORKSHOULDER FRESH PORK The Snells also' have as DOUBLE FEATURE { '
I' I
LR lb. '. :Thanksgiving guests Mrs. W. r
SIDE Swiss
39 39c
family
;R. Snell and Mr. and Mrs. '. 119 N. WALNUT ST. STARKE
J{. W. SneU and family of Robinson !

FRESH PORK HAMS !b. . . 49c Daytona Beach., -AND- ,
Mrs. E.'S. Matthews return I
'
FREE
I I I ed Orlando 'SUnday- after "f.'" t' Texan" I I PARKING EVERY SATURDAY
I spending several weeks herewith

OPEN ''6 A. M. TO 10 P. M,,- 7 DAYS A WEEK' i Mr..and Mrs. E. L. Mat Yr Pius Gsirtobs" ILi'J IH

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PAGE THREE
THURSDAY; JJOY. '23.: 1961 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA
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i # x Baptist BudgetUnderwritten r J. W. Killian Dies
Debbie Cauffman ,.. ; THE RIGHT POINT for tile

Has Party With In North Carolina way you write. Come In and

e f By Membership select JOur'favorite ESTER-
Western ThemeLittle Friends here will regret to,,
BROOK Fountain Pen. TEL;
N b learn of the death of J. W.
Members the
of First Baptist.
a rz Debbie .Cauffman i8c lhy 1 Killian in a hospital at GRAPH.Florida.
Church have underwritten
|
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0651 celebrated her .sixth birthday
1962 budget of $48,870.51 byj: Waynesville N. C, last Friday
Saturday afternoon when her turning in pledges amounting toj after an extended illness.

European Theme mother Mrs. Pat Cauffman a total of $975.38 per week, or He is survived by his wife.
a1 i for her and 20
party Y
gave ,
? $50,619.76 for the year. Eva Truby Killian; two sisters,
YR Used In Study of her little friends.
Miss Nancy Killian and Mrs.
.. Col. James A. Griffin, cha'r-
Tho'party was held in theFloridS. k ? Hazy Swift and a brother
By Baptist WMU : man of the Forward Program,
'' room which was decorated r, d announced c that there are still; Leon Killian, all of Waynes-:
in the Western theme.
"Hands Across the Sea" was more pledges to be turned in ville.Mr. I

., the title of the Foreign Mission The refreshment table had a later, bringing the total eves I and Mrs. Killian owned I

Series Book taught Monday Western table c'oth and was. higher. In adopting the new' property in Starke and spent

r '4 4k night at the First Baptist centered wish birthday cake budget the churcn accepted thi some time here every winter. Theatre

Church to members of the 'I squares decorated with the Y recommendation hat all funds Mrs. Killian is the daughter of

Woman's ''Missionary Societyby over and above the bud:,:t the late Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
cowboy and cowgirl motii. The
e3 r r'y. Truby early settlers of
Rev. Fred Laughan pastorof %
f' would be divided 50-50 between
the First Baptist Church '.'.-,. : ..' youngsters enjoyed games Starke. SAT. NOV. 25
the church debt and
building
I
Gainesville. during the party hours and Funeral services were held
Carolyn Marilyn the Cooperative Program of the, Double Feature Program1st.
The class was divided into Kay Christmas prizes were given to the win at 2:30: p. m. Monday in

three sessions with the first Engagement Told ners. The children also drew Shannon Twins Are EngagedMr. Southern Baptist Convention.Also I Waynesville. Feature

and last directed to teachingthe favors with their balloons. included in the bndgst

l book. The second session Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mrs. Cauffman was assisted and Mrs. Robert ShannonSr D. E. Blackwell of Starke, and' is an item calling for the hiring Arts And Crafts

k w featured a European dinner Christmas announce the en- announce the engagementsof Carolyn to Vernon Glisson, of a :Minister of Educatio.i and
her mother, Mrs. E. 1.,. Will Not MeetThe
by
which was enjoyed by the gagement of their daughter, their twin daughters, Mari son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Glis Music. Qualifications for this

---- r d ;.,t,.----.........",,,--- members and a number of Elizabeth Kay, to- William A Badman, Judy Cauffman, and lyn and Carolyn. son, also of Starke. new position, which has not yet Arts & Crafts class will FRfSLEY
husbands who had"been in- Dockstader, son of Mr. and Mrs.B. Linda Rae Rosier.WainwrightEunice. Marilyn is engaged to Dean I The weddings will be an been filled, include a degree in I
Fender-Tomlinson vited. Emanuel. I Blackwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. event''of June. music and a background Uri]] not meet this Thursday because I si

The theme of the mission Both are graduates of Brad-! working knowledge of the educational -' of Thanksgiving.. I! Jove s0of

Mr. and Mrs. Austin J. Fen- study was carried out by the ford High School in the class of American Home : Final Rites Held program as used by The class will! meet on I II I

der announce the engagementand mission chairmen of ths var.ious 1961. Miss Christmas is now' Stressed By ClubMrs. For Miss Leaman most Southern Baptist Church Thursday, Nov. 30, at the Re- II I I t HOPSTUSSKf
approaching marriage of, I I
circles. Southern Baptists attending St. Johns River Ju- es.The creation Center on Pratt I
their daughter. Geraldine to have 46 missionaries in a nior College, and :Mr. Dock- ig Warren Winkler, Retired MissionaryMiss budget includes aPProximately
Street at 8:30 All adults, as
: a. m.
Winfred $7,900 for mission causes -
Earl Tomlinson son number of European countries. stader is serving in the U. >. 1
of the American
chairman
of .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlin. Each circle was assigned a Navy, stationed at the Jacksonville Home committee of the Jun- Clara Jeanette Leaman, around the world, debt re-! interested in arts and crafts WELD S..

son. country, and curios, maps and NAS. ior Woman's Club, would like 74, of Starke, died Sunday tirement building upkeep and are invited to join the class| _

The marriage will be sol- dolls depicting the customs of Date of the wedding has not to call attention to the special morning in a local convalescent new equipment, salaries' and I at this time. I KJLUSFKUPOUWJEClFfOROOOETS
emnized in the Pine Level each country were used as been setThree home after an extended illness. other local expenses.:
emphasis this week on the I
Church at 8 p. m. Friday. Dec. table decorations. The map of Born in Bainbridge, Pa. on a ,
American Home. Members of
8. each country served as the CirclesOf the Ministerial Alliance are I I June 21, 1887, she was a retired HospitalConstruction Gets .:

Friends and relatives of the centerpiece. Favors were book- I a 1tD stressing the importance of foreign missionary of NOTICERuth { wI

couple are invited to attend. I lets of "The Sermon on theMount" Ladies Council family life by centering their the Lutheran Church, and Fundsi
i I
had lived in Starke for several
given by the pastor, s
I i Elect OfficersCircle sermons around this themeon years. The Florida Development Scott, formerly ofWeldon's I
Rev. Leo A. Hebert.I
I I November 26. Rev. John Commission has announced allocation is now employed -

( ,I The European dinner was One of the Ladies Brabham is following the' Paul Surviving M. Leaman.are two with Brothers whom, of $165,000 in Hill-'i, at Rosha's :Beautv R ae
;, prepared by the social chair- Council of the First Christian family theme in his early Burton nospital construction,I
i she located miles
lived in 2
Starke and Rev. I Shop,
man of each circle, Mrs. Wes- morning devotions on radio
Church met at 10 a- m. Thurs- funds for the Bradford County |:
ley King'Mrs. Inez Hamilton, station WRGR. James E. Leaman of Tampa; northwest of Starke on
day at the home of Mrs. Ella and Hospital in 1962. \i
a sister, Miss Ruth Lea-
Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mrs. Mae Chastain. Officers were I I The proposed addition to the I Raiford Road.
EVEQYBODY& HAPPY man of Philadelphia, Pa.
Germaine Stanford Mrs. Tyler elected and plans were made Legion To Hear I hospital here will cost an estimated j\
!&J THE HOUSE OF JOrJlS Jones, Mrs. Garl Matthews, for the Christmas party and I Funeral services were held $300,000 and will include She invites her patronsand

OURGASFOR16 and Mrs. Frank Peterson. the new year book. At noon, Tax AssessorCounty at 2 p. m. Monday in Jones space for 25 more beds, friends to meet her

KOMORECHIUY Mission Study chairmen include Mrs. Chastain served luncheonto I Tax Assessor Gene Memorial Chapel with Rev. I I another operating room, and I i' there. Phone 964.0541 ,rwm JOONSON.JOHN IRElAND
Mr. and Mrs. F. Raymond MacBlain of St. '
B. Wainwright I
Mrs. Leo A. Hebert W. the ten another The
members present. delivery room. for appointment. o..w..w
will be
the at the
Long speaker
BONES'si M. U. chairman, and Mrs. J. Mrs. Barbara Griffis con- announce the engage! AmericanIegiod Mark's Episcopal Church of- hospital trustees have $135.000 .

t [ D. Doyle. Mrs. Harry Hatcher ducted the devotional. ment or"their daughter I regular meeting 56 of ficiating. Burial was in Westminster on hand in accrued race track
Post at 7:30
: m.
eft p.
Jr., Miss Dorothy Ross, Circle Two met at the homeof I Frankie, to Emory Eunice son Tuesday, Nov. 28, in the Le- Pa. Cemetery, at Carlisle,! funds! with which to match the Rosha's Beauty I 2nd. Feature
i I Mrs. Eva Anderson. Mrs. W. F. Mrs. Bessie Colson. After a'' I federal grant. J I II
I 10f
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice! gion Hall. He will present a i
Glenn Mrs. William Haas, devotional led by Miss Elaine DeWitt C. Jones Funeral It is expected that the Hlll- Shop I .ONEOFTHESTRMGESl
d wQOP I and Mrs. Maxie Carter circle Colson officers were elected of Lawtey. June wedding is I program on procedures used to Home was in charge of \local'I Burton funds will be made .I .

I chairmen. and plans made for a Christ- I planned.. I II establish property values. arrangements. available some'time in 1962. SPY_STORIES J __ _

During the fellowship at mas party on Dec. 8. Refresh- EVER REVEALED!

the table Mrs. Frank Beard. ments were served b> the hos-. -

WMU president, welcomed the 'I
tess.Circle
guests and Mrs. Leo Hebert Three met at the I
FRIDAY AND 1r '
gave the Florida Jubilee Goals home of Mrs. Ira Wilson who il

for 1961 and 1962 in Mission conducted the devotional. The A

40,000 BTUGlow Study. program theme was on i0r Ifl. I

Thanksgiving, with several SATURDAY ONLY ,

Beta Sigma Phi members taking part. The I
Boy following officers were elected 1 .'

Plans Gift Project during the business session: .. .
".
Mrs. W. L. Andrews, leader; i
HEATERSPECIAL RcLEOFDECEp1ON
Beta Sigma Phi sorority will
Mrs. Louise Newman, coleader %/ V: I I IS
meet 4 I
Monday Dec. at the ; Mrs. Rose Bell Tomlinson,
home of Mrs. Don Patray with 1
secretary; Mrs. Bessie Winkler ,
Mrs. Glen Conner as co-hostess. treasurer; Mrs. Eunice "

iA stork shower is planned at Wilson program chairman; .* 1
Mrs. Julia Wells, assistant BRADr0BD dN ScOPE
this time for :Mrs. Barbara Pa-
tray. .t t program chairman: Mrs. Har- 1I

SALE $$5995 Members are reminded of the ry Howard, Musician. DIP P K E R RDAEWS'

chapter project, gifts for the New MembersFor Be an Early Santa and Really Say, ,e I n. m, : >

,
mental at
patients Macclenny. >w laauuskecWWacauc
Little Women'The S : .
They are asked to bring giftsto v. MEN'S LUXURY P .f %_b,MlGO
this and the fol a t08U1 MUST r 7Cartoon
I meeting PIMA COTTON
Little Women's Club !
lowing items are suggested: held its November meeting > 1 1Y.

cigarettes, cigars, tobacco, Monday Nov. 13, in the club- 1 \ Dress Shirts i 'dt

I pipes, shaving cream, suspenders house. ,
Eight new members, Mary ,, .
ladies cosmetics, jewelry,' a f9S' I Ii
Bellinger, Marcia Whittle, 1 cif iI S .
playing cards, stationery, pen. Marcia Haynes, Vicki Frees,i ;, I. REG. x I II ;

cils, pens, books, games, puzzles '. Kay Garbet, Hope Holiday,i Y $258 a's l Hare Bredth Finish
ENTIRE STOCK
hobby kits etc.NOW Linda Huggins, and Suzanne I 2.99 <-. f

Judd were installed and din- : '. WOMEN'S REG. 4.99 n .
t ner was held in their honor. a. % I SUN., MON., & TUES.
Superbly woven of fine 2x2 lustrous .. r c f y
The officers of the club combed pima cotton. Convertiblecuffs SWEATERS NOV. 26, 27, &: 28 .

IS THE TIME hosted the affair. permanent collar stays. i Yom,

% I Orchid Topic Set S. ,tf,,. S, Sizes 14 to 1 17. :1 6 $ sy V N' .

TO KILL IT! ;
: For Garden Club .n t. 4 2 Days 'L
I
'I Only
While The Trees Are Dormant 'I "Let's Grow Orchids" will be <. ALL I II I
the subject of M. B. Jordan's ,
Shag weaves, bulky weaves and y FIRST
I talk at the Starke Garden Entire Stock '
'ksmooth weaves. Cardigans and -
,,,..
I Club meeting Monday night at REG 2_"" ;f: slip-overs in a variety of new QUALITY I
7:30 o'clock. The group will k. colors. Sizes 34 to 40. '

W' .. Expert meet at the home of Mrs. M. Handbags si I

I'm H. Lang on W. Madison Street / '
with Mrs. Paul Raymond and j. j x
TREE I i 2 DAYS 258 ; -
yr. I Mrs.hostesses.Maxie Carter Sr. as co- ( OHlY f k 4

High styles in black ,
Because of Thanksgiving i A& .
I SPRAYING awgatonandmarsh. WOMEN'S NEW a
there will be no executive mellow leath Cartoon:
board meeting this week. env .
African Jungle Hunt

Spanish Moss Kills Trees! ,:Recent Births \ k 1 0lREN'9'S SKIRTS S f f'S

& .
REG 3.9 WED., THURS., FRI.
a
Don Sil- ... ( ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray ,
It smothers beautiful shade trees and fruit bearing cox, Starke. announce the :\ REG 244 3.99 344 ,__ ; NOV. 29, 30, & DEC. 1 ,
_
2.99
Don Sil- Flats
of
trees by restricting breathing. Florida Pest birth a son, Ray MEWS Sports, RIG. II I
cox Jr., on Nov. 16 at Doctor'sHospital.

Control is equipped to kill it for you, protect your IAN ON and 'Casuals 2 DAYS ONLY! HRD

I Pleated, flored and straight stylet. AI( ywools : 85RTilO
t investment. This expert service is just as near as I Bradford County Hospital SOCKS and gabardines: Solids, .'
I I announces the following \ Smart new fall ..... plaids, checks and stripes.t N 8fI .
phone. Simply call: and winter sty. Sues 22 to 30. .5
your I births: REG. 69c, Ifqer
I \ lea and colors 288' t
II Assorted pattern
I Mr. and Mrs. John F.Thompson 44C
I In lijjttand Sizes 4-10. r
: Melrose, a son, Ivan darkcolon ,
WkPm'B
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: John. Nov. 17.
Com uni On size fib ,
'
ques* Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wain- 10 tt U .1-

fcoy con la : wright Starke. a son Jeffrey !I
Oitictcr
FLORIDAfEST I We Gash Payroll Clacks Free .-
CONTROL i Dean Nov. 18. ,' : h-
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Mr. and Mrs. Harmon ,
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Tat Control S \ Harmon Vascoe Underhill Jr., BOYS AND GIRLS GIRLS', MISSES'MORPUL MW5 REG. $1 RS*. 5.99 -
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964.3965 $1 Many patterns needed White
ironing
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, ; We',feel that:a long step t "'ard'th veying title to. the county must be borne iI i t

, cl total elimination of so-called: private 1 by the property owner and no work will 55R iI I

, c 1)1 work" with county equipment was tak1 1 be done on said road until deed there- I BUT WE'VE STILL. GOT YGOKG ; .
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J en recently when .the County Commisi i for i is received and 'accepted by the I .. '

1.,; sl ori, for the first. time adopted rules 1 board. $ I "5. PUT

st h t and'regulations governing their action 3. No fill dirt will be furnished I 'IDEAS. ABOUT HOW"TO, : ,

I p. in such matters. Heretofore, there was ]hauled or placed on the property of any 3 ., 'J",

nothing down in "black and white" and ]private individual or corporation what- ''4 ? GO PLACES! /I' I Ir

at there were as many ,interpretations of :sover by the county road department. eb "lit "

the county'sf: policy. as" there are com- 4. No county equipment will be I : : : : .
yi missibriers. : i used for any private work whatsoever; 55 = '
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wNow: that the rules have been made except, however in such cases where I i -- ..... -... --. .i.
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m a matter. ,o|'.public ':record, we feel the equipment is used in exchange for ma- ,, ,. .>
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r. cp b Commissioners will be ; less harrassed terials or other good and valid considerations ,. \ \

j, with requests' for work that cannot leally such as digging 'a' borrow pit 'f ? '-. .5 ,

k be performed. An informed publicis on private land in exchange for the fill ttb : f i 5 5- .t'r" :r: '

II a cooperative public, and, once the dirt removed therefrom, and upon an S "

people know what the,ground rules are, affirmative vote of a majority of the industry and promoting other projects: that will build.

thejjr' will usually abide lly.;:them. They board ,prior. to performance of the ,. the community and provide more payroll dollars fOJiJ.su '
"'nritto be assured! ,"howeverl that work.
someone and the other workers in family.
your: .
I else! is .not: 'getting i something that 5. County equipment shall not be !,# ;

U being denied to/' th'eint.s} long as used on the streets of any municipality r Florida is one of the fastest-growing; states in the

everyone;-treafed'alik'e: ? there is little in this county, except, when upon a ma- nation, and has been showing a steady increase each year

room for complaint/. ,*, jority vote of the board, such use is approved in tourist trade new residents, and general business

The+ ptibliq- will d o-; well to s read the upon payment of a fair rental gat ins. With the' coming of the moon-rocket development! ,

new 'road code carefully, and clip it out based upon the current rentals of such .y the pace of growth will doubtless double, and.wil.affect, > .(
for fu-tur equipment. every section'of the state. t*
rref renc :TheSe are the regulations I
: 6. :Any road, maintained by the I But it will require real money to take advantage of

1;: The will. 'Install r county for four years or more, is here- the opportunities that now confront us. It takes real
county culverts
on the right-of by declared to be part of the county 5C..5 .. W. COLSON Mgr. money for the various productive and successful publicity
of the
i aystera, giying! -way county roads road system and will be maintained as You never can tell what youmay North Florida Supply methods. necessary to t tell l} the world? (especially' i industry
abutting' property? own such in the future pull.out of the river ",when I
ers1 to" -' as provided under ) what we have waiting for them right here .in
roads
" access count- 'if the prop the Laws of Florida. you go fishing these days. Fred
erty;,owner furnishes the curVert. Ownership Clark of Brooker. catfishing on Bradford. County. Among these many advantages are an
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of..the culvert when So installed, 7. The county will attempt to Hew River recently, was surprised Just because a town or county is a hundred years old Industrial Development Authority "with money i in the

I !,, will vest in the county As a. matter of maintain all authorized school bus and : when he. pulled a 65- doesn't mean that it necessarily has to rest ,on i its laurels: baok," and a spacious Industrial Park that will soon be

. policy, however; the county will mail routes, even though such routes pound alligator turtle to 'shore : while other communities surge ahead. Bradford County developed! : for industrial sites. .
cooperate -
with the ProPertY'owner's wishes are over private lands, but in no event I with just a catfish hook. The will be a hundred years old on Dec. 6, the date* ,on whichit Perhaps you, as an individual citizen cannot Af
farther than i is reasonably necessary monster measured 45 inches in was created, # century by an act of the Florida
in the matter;of re-locating the'culvert. for the transportation of the school 1 length, and 16% inches wide.is Legislature. ago ford, or do not feel called upon to support the Chamber, i i

: 2. The county will,, ;accept deeds children and delivery of mail. I of Commerce financially. But the very least'' that all fd? '
front abutting Reaching this century mark should serve to give us us can do is to support the merchants who DO support
property owners torightsofway The new code seems adequate and except for the banana tree,
I nenewed inspiration and determination to make much the Chamber of Commerce and without whom' ft
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from county roads to if adhered to, will eliminate of the and some other things, whichwe as .
poultry houses or, other domestic buildings abuses that have many try to protect mouth mulch- or more progress in the next hundred years,; as we havein be. possible to carry on. "lM* e
cost the
thou ,
county t .
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part of the county rqad- system. Such Now that the ground rules have The have decided I II pulling together. of Chamber of Commerce work, or what it ac

tight!-of- af shall"be not Ie.s than 30 been laid down and made public, every I that our possums persimmons are ripe : Through the years* it has been observed that our complishes. Much of this work cannot he p'tihllciieil' ,"tw? :

feet wide, and must deadend on the citizen of the county should appoint I now and Alice is having a business and professional men, on the one' hand, and our good reasons but it goes on just the sari -*- .ud, if i H .

abuttirig-prdperty. Any culverts required himself a committee of one to be vigilant I scramble trying to keep ahead :|' civic organizations on the other, have been counted upon were: lacking, the absence would soon be nQ,ed We have

', ifi the construction or maintenance and consider it his duty to report I of them. Alice wants to preserve to, keep our city forging ahead. only to look around' to see many evidences of thf C of C '

Of spid roads ,will be furnished by the violations if they are observed. If this I them, and the possums 1: 55 ,These. two groups, with the whole-hearted, 100 percent program in, recent years-our new Surplus ',Propjer/y/t '

property owner and will become the is done, the evil of "private work" can want to eat them now and !! cooperation of the entire populace can accomplish Warehouse, with its large payroll; our Golf( Course ta

t property. the,county. All costs of con- be'eliminated once and for all. i Alice.right, .ofMiand.: we'd bet' on 1 11 wonders<< in every branch of civic endeavor-the 'sky isthe bor Camp better Highway Directional Sigjis, f.fie'pe. '.

I I II limit*. But this can be- done only with the backing of Fair Grounds, (and even the Development Authority 11-

Pitts, Versus' Pork Chops I All of Vhich makes us think the' buying public. self, all were either accomplished, or given'':'-* big assist

that the possum is an evil- Not all of us have t tjie time l or are in a position to by our Chamber- of Commerce. '.' 'v m '' !'

Health hucksters' vpeckjling high- In his opinion, it isn't uncommon for i looking scoundrel. and although -I assist with civic projects that benefit us all. But all of us So, come on-get the spirit-the spirit of" 'coopera. .

priced nonsense, and quackery are diverting a family of four to be hooked by one of 1;I tures, we-he.'s find one It of hard God's to crew :'Ii can have the s\t'. action of sharing in the program of tion, and progress!, If you can't give your physical or financial -

.almost billion dollars annually these so-called pitchmen for a"food supplement | anything food; about him. say We. progress ,by supporting and backing our>, local business support to these ,civic programs, then bv all

I from the purchase: of'go d. food by contract of $200 'or more a i i can, at that, for we can' ': be (] and professional: men, who axe called ,upon. (o take the means make it 'a point to give your support to your local l

American: 'families, according to Dr. year. The' same family would get much 1! thankful for, his size. Supp'os- ,] lead in these matters. business men Who carry this ball for you. .

Philip White director of the. department'of'foods'and more nutritional value from foods -purchased 1' ins possums were as big. :These 'business and professional l men accomplish It's obvious that we have_ the solution for a better,

nutrition for the at a grocery store for a fraction ,i horses! aSj most! of their'goals by working through our Chamber of more prosperous and more progressive community witlj-

American :MecaJ i .Association, qf this amount D'Vhite says "One I "55 Commerce When you spend'' your'money'witfi, our local in our grasp. Let's use our full potential. Let's keep more r;'
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this nonsense
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about'foods 'is'i gigantfc bUbble quackery that pork chop contains mpre protein than 1 i IB ;The' Circuit 'Court Of Tk, merchant yon make it possible for him:le give greater of our good resources right. here at home. Let's ape"ndour ,

32 protein'food supplement pills sold by. 'I iisMh.:. Judicial Circuit la. financial suPP'ort to the Chamber of Commerce.' .' The C dollars at home and! they 'will returns u's and
be.Jburstecl And For our
can by a' well-informed Bradford
pub,* one firm, he declared. Florida: lu Chamerrr Coatr 6f Q in turn, will have more finances f9r actively seeking children, ten times. over-in time.. ,. I
lie- ,|s .th' :bflief of Dr: White. Health Gordon Thompson Chevrolet .i
All of which to < JK ''II
goes that :
hucksters medical threat becausthey" prove Inc.Plaintiff "8. Cleoiie 'M. <# .',. i
posea fowling! and E. J. ,
t'grandma : Dowling her
hill customers Into believing the i knew what she was doing I hnshanil Hefendants.A.ME.NJ .'.:} .;' !

1 pills?' ;' they'P 4dle will' cure ailments when she'fed the "younguns" turnip) I XotKe> >EDNOTICE.is hereby given(W SALE that I i ..., '
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about which customers should consult greens corn bread, and side bacon I the und'lrltignt>d Commissioners FREE PARKING
in* "ai>i>f>;nted by the Final De- .. EVERY SATURDAY .
a physician the doctor says. stead of two-tone vitamin .pills tree dar.of herein October entered 1961 on, will.the. sell 25 ,
--- at P'U&'lll''ouh'ry during In*
..... ... .. .:... J .,_....- -. .- ..I eently. The prize winning hog legal hours of stale on the 2th
'I day -of November, IStil at the'
was one of a litter of 15. .andthe South front door of the; County BUY WHERE YOUR TRADE BUILDS THE
# farmer's latestr litter from his mammy Courthouse, In"StarKe, IJradford COMMUNITY THAT SEittl
f Diary County,. Florida, tilt following
numbered 16. Litters of lands and tenements situate in -
that size are what every' hog IJrddford county: Fiona. to. t.
By Sam McGarrey wit; YOU W
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grower hopes for, but all too A one-half acre [In Southeast IN TIME OF NEED! i
t some big, fat plant-eating often he gets only six or sevCC. ell-; ', corner of West one-half of

I caterpillars that will chew niock Simon 1 .S4 J.uth Temple's of Range ubdi'i.ioDI 2 Westof '. .I .'.,,. ...... ,.'\., ,.'',' t
\ everything in sight. But undoubtedly that factor '' of lands'at' Temple's'Mill and '!-""'
a. : being rwor'particubrly describ ;FLORIDA PEST CONTROL J i '
will be ; '
quickly eliminatedin ,
i ed as foMows,. ,to-wit: ." GEM JEWELRY ': E i
And speaking of insects, we the' future when pig incubators ,I Pejfinnlng a(" \he. Southeast, : ;,, .
corner of mid WtM, one-half of gBARKSDALE'S _.
and J
that
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suppose you >are alertedto pig parlors will be niocV. l'Sout"' : Pang :! West. ; '
I the dangers of using Para- common and hogs will be mass thence yawning .Xorth erlr Par : ANDREWS DRUGS -,aS ,

thion. There' have been eight produced just as broilers are allel Track with 103 .feet tft?, thebce SAL\ Wenerl Railroai ') = ... "
deaths so far this year attributed now. Then the "piney-woods" parallel with Center Street 3l@ T. H. '' 555555
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Aside ., 'tnvm, few,)_ :chilly,. more unless farmers use more I bottle, will. be a thing of TrackflOS relit; thence Easterlyand ;1 r \ ,
I night. n''eba4 a mild taU caution in handling it the past. parallel\ with Center Street I JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY ; : '
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I I :}O feet ta the. Point of Begin-I : V : NORTH :; '
so far..Wen:iitte 9.*' used', *to. disposing! of the containers tjOg. r3 : FLORIDA.SyPPLtfv,; :
call IrJ1; "siijainer, top"feoth.' s This is a pretty season to the highest" and beat bidder ,
Saw .oleo$ ers break> \nr ut m Hunting the year.,There reds for .qash. apd the deposit of MITCHELL'S DRUG' STORE .; ;
season, is here and are every: $100 Of will be required of the : COMMUNITY STATE BANK of STARKE
bloom again aSaleaiT flow highest bidder on spiv and theba1an.ee .
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\ we suppose.a lot of,.landownerswill where-pracanttla. turk's cap '
of to "
purchase price .
Ing.' and other unseasoaal .
have trouble with hunters polnsettias. and the old-fash- be paid (o Uti Commissioner RUBY JOHNS ;-- !
thins."aNi ou t" 'fn' Colun&ia who trespass on property and i idned country dahlia, are justa within' twenty four hours of BEAUTY-SHOP WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
I the salel\ pursuant to said
County a farmer picked>* fine'30.1b. i do damage to fences' 'and. few of the many in berryorbloom : Fiaai.Uecre? and to the DecreeOf % : \ > .

( watermeiorilast 4.< .. "%weeR.. sometimes kill livestock. City' now :of rd Sale day of rendered November herein, 19 4- | people have the odd idea that ..Thomas: _. .
I The waran.-'weather brinIng ", all land. out in the is Mowed: the fields around nri lillndn, 's '. .
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the berry crop along' owned by the'pUblic.. place l again, and we hope it i Commissioners In Partition '.FURNITURE'AND "l ',4J.-:i .r' sfARKEREcXp .
fast to suit. ftrt!' 4rower.rOne', .. .. will be the last needed for this I 11-18 2t 11-23 co. : .- !

of thUf e&W ,thisvvw '* ci"OnA Instead of going down to season. Seems that we've been ,APPLIANCES; .1 ." : t ;,
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year I picked a couple of Gulf Hammock-and seeking 'busy' trying'to keep the grassdown 'I i LAUREL MISSIONARYBAPTIST < 'RoBBINS' <:

crates 'by Thanksgiving, and an elusive wild, gobbler for 1J.,3'ear.l"llf" on$ reason, \, CHUECH. J '"' ;
by the tlaxe the shipping! season : Thanksgiving dinner, a lot of the grass seeding gives Alice a Rev. D. E. Willis.. Pastor ?BULLINGTON STUDIO ; ;"" /

started in Feburary my men were popping away at lot, of trouble with her asthma, Sunday:School and Worship ; WILLIAMS'JEWELRY ,
plants had given out." .: ., : to 4 m.'Sunday': BRA FORD BUILDING SUPPLY ;s : '
Turkey 'Shoots, hoping I 12 v 4 : : .
to geta
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of yellow moths or "butterflies got all Sour tender Saturday Church Services- : "

,, all 'tho com\try4d t tSee, where. a Yorkshire bar- plants in A safe plac now. and -7:30: pm.. 55 55 DRUGSTORE ". ::h'' L" '.
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these TtfJ pretty woh v 55 5 ... :.;:;. : JOHNSON'S FARMERS SUPPLY
,, day* are raw.. the parcass. contest we are ready for the frosts and ., ,,' I
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but we, uppos..;;'they repTOduce e at a;A Fair in Tallahassee "r e.- #freezes: when. They come., That BEILBJOa.1l r ., TUMP'S ".:1" -' ". '*.,!I-'. :' {!
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ESTABLISHED 187 r- Wotsaip. It sTraining .. FLORIDA BANK AT : '
t < Q. -Union 6:30: p. m TERWILLEGAR. MOTORS .
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S Nenpapr FuWbhed', Oe Prayer, Meeting Wednesdays, Jimmy M oore'I'' BRADFORD COUNTY! TELEGRAPH _. '

FLQJDE3S.>tel Undr The flam 7:30: p': m"Rer.. .Joe Roop, t ,
Mu pastor. Ray Norman. pianist. SUN SPORTS & STARKE'1JRESALES
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lSGuilf O Premise I IT } '422 FurclTase .. at least that's how many purchased i i er's Supply.hhere .

hunting licenses between I are actually more
r- I Hunting Licenses I ,November 118. I than 422.hunters\ in the coun-
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Manslaughter f Beer DrinkingTermed GS. 4 -LiSt *T F From Nov. M8 !! County Judge T. A. Yawn's ty, ac ording' Betty Ann

i office was mobbed last Fridayas I Phillips, secretary Yawn ,.

ill r yx ;...__ 4 i Vx A small army of 422 or more than 120 hunters be- ,! since many purchased them-.. _
Appealjl 1 6y. more hunters set forth Sat- .. late.-'ly decided to purchase a '
Legal eatly in or-er to shoot doves-
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II I I II qI : able in orfe/'itiat their During the period from Noembt'r. I THE RIGHT POINT for the
} enough to see her bruised fad! Tae p names i '
;:dav night! "That
puts '
condition, he said. I a CI.-n to oa'no I laF xaA 6 .S' Xi I Ix "and addresses: may bViecbrded. : !. 1-18 approximately ; way you write. Come in and ,<,,\1.
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,pr. A.J. Barry testifed that .! campaign rtq The list now being prepar- 313 county and state licenses I'select your favorite ESTER- 0
Mrs. Nevils : will be us?d if a referendum !
was in a state ofshock were sold by Yawn's office,
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In other 'ion the council i BROOK
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| and: unconscious when II I on the proposed agreementand 79 by Alvarez Service Sta- ,
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said she had been unconscious ? of Gain s'rtl1e.re[ ;>re-1 3 ,,\;.fir"J
at;.least 24 hours. l I Fencing the General Services .r "

Pro Robert E. Kline GainesVille 'i'Administration, for a driveway \;3','?t. ... ,
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pathologist, testifed that 1| 1 on the.south side of the n_ .___ ...... -1 .. .
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when! he performed an autopsy ;j J new .postoff addition on -

Or\; Mrs. Neveils' body, it was i; Walnut' Street, ;The refusal I I.I.i Patty Kay Lyon Linda Huggins Geraldine Gay Cookie Mathews; t r ,1i .W

covered with "innumerable e''1 (came for -the:same reason as .
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above -
; brJ 1ses." most ;, !the first, the council feels that I are four of The Strawberry Bowl Queen :: rft

! her; breast face numerous and head. She onj j the drive way encroaches upon I the 13 girls who, have already I 'Berry Bowl Queen Contestants I contest will be held in the ; Ott ,.. .
qualified
as candidates for .
had: had acute pneumonia in 'city j l' and. ,private property.Clerk I I BHS auditorium. December 7
both lungs,-he said but death sMerrifl Edwards is to Queen of the Strawberry Bowl i ii Must Enter and 8. Girls between \ll 'ages I t ; : ,,,_
Nov. 27
; football to be played By I II
: game here thanksgivingDay
came primarily as a result of have an -engineer explain the I i Saturday, Dec. 9. I of 15 and 18 will compete in) ; t.
bleeding in plan tp him in case, council I personality, arid tale
the head. I lis beauty ; .,
I sponsored Slade
by Gas Co. I
: BHS student.
Miss year-pld '
Patty Kay Lyon spon- t. The Queen and her court .
misundersjoo the Wue
brUises print. .
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'The ,
'Dr.
Kline said, I She will model: clothes of her ; : I I
sored by North Florida Supply j I Miss Cookie Mathews, another will be presented during the .
had no specific shape, indicating Received 'a proposed: contra I II own design, and handiwork ini 'I ; ..
'
that they j 'from.their nwrengineer- is the daughter of Mr. and the talent show 16-year-old BHS student half time of the annual'Elks$ ; .... : '::

flictec i | by a ,vweapon.were In not! his inj; ing ftnn,'.lTanner.iand ,Associates Mrs.I a BHS Neal Lyon Junior.of Starke She, ands has j j!j i I final selection.. preceding the dances, will with exhibit which'she thet twirling has I on Club December Strawberry: 9. Bowl- game! ---.. :I. ..' .If ..

opinion he said they were in- ;j of Melbourne' ,: calling fort chosen singing as her talent. j Miss Geraldine Gay, daughj been thrilling football fans .
flitted i fees } j Any individual, buisness, or i
by blows from a j totaling simper" cent of of : './: I I ...,.
Mr. and .
.Mrs. Adolph
j iter. this .season. She is the
Miss Linda organization : ,
foot, knee, or something situ i! the toUrl-posts; ofr the.proposed Huggins daughter -! wishing to sponsor .
filar. i sewer.projects.. One:and a half : of :Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Hug- I I Gay Is 'sponsored by Starke i' of Mr. and Mrs Elden W. a candidate in the contest, -
j Builders Supply. Piano playing Mathews, and< her. sponsor is should contact .
cent Mrs. Charles f
He said most of the blows '' the per company is.to completes be paid when cost gins is a BITS Sophomore and''i ; is the talent of this 16- Bradford Fuel Oil Assn.---. _Co_w 0' n 7oi_ nr_.,, .WrtYfawai.........".... "OT" '. { \ 1 ., '''''I'r..
could not have been self-in- ;I I '

flicted, and their location on i, specificiations and the extent those already within easy structed to withhold commitment Turkey Raisers : t h'
.
\ of the. reach of existing lines. More Circuit Court :
proposed project. An-
. the body did not.indicate: they j i papers provided the. defendant i I' .
: I other.tbree per cent would be people could be reached if a Asked To ,Contact :
, were recelred in .a fall. ..Thefact pays $25 per week ;
I policy could ba! set for : ,
rest
j due when the firm completes'I _
: .t
that there were no blows j toward the support of hli minor ASCS .
on her back would indicate, I j detailed plans for the project dents to pay for .part at least!!Sees No Action children. Office : The Pilgrims .
in
I II prayed
tor and the remaining one and of the pipe necessary to reach I I j gratitude 't
Kline Ii
said, that Mrs. j I Harley Waldron,,.non-support: Advance I .
JJeveils j one-half per cent when the their homes, council stated. !| I preparations are II for Nature's bounteous store ,
was lyinz on her back | sentenced to iwo in I ; i ;
j I! project is finished. Something of that sort ,is go- ':!This years. prison being made for a referendumon i'. .
probably unconscious oremiconscious'l J Week but ; Let too bow *
commitment paprawithheld us, our heads in '
ing to have to be done if resi- a proposed marketing : prayer,
) when the The contract calls for extension j j I _. pjtovided' he'pays ...
blows dents are to receive sewer anytime !I $20. agreement and order programs God-blessed with so much
of more.
the
were inflicted. i city's water i; [ toward 's pport frsj: :
weekly :
soon Mrs. Ruby Johns :;, Continued From Pag: Ones 1g ; :! for turkey hatching eggs and} "d
He said the blows appearedJo I system collection sewage treatment and stated.A i tence I but Addison, already minor children. t. j j turkeys according to Mrs. t .;.
have been inflicted "a few system and the Frank Bennett, Negro, pleaded : -''!I Mildred oflice OBSERVANCE: OF THANKSGIVING DAY OUR BANK .
"to electrical distribution system. low bid of $3.120tas re- ;(j:serving time for a similar of- Sapp ASC county ,

-death.several Upon hours"otiefore'examination her \ A representative of the firm received *rom Terwillegar I I Tense, was given an additional I guilty and waf put on pre-i j manager. ,!! mi NOT TRANSACT BUSINESS ON THURSDAY NOV.23. .

he defined cross l"s''j is to come to Starke to explain Motors for two new full-size i 18 months in prison. I J'I sentence for breaking !and: enI i Formal hearings on the proposed -\
"a few"w1thln a The tering the home Mpf' Est n1' I
details of the contract. police cars. Sale price of the' two were apprehended 1 1I ]I < j marketing agreement ,
\
the of three I 'Grant, Lawtey I T'f"
October
range j Council I cars was $5,614, but the Ford'I after deputies raided a still on Ness on -! and: order will be hell begin- .
I '"
hours,
agreed to
and "several" as from"p run sewer 7. A companion. Ed-ii*
company allowed the city $2- !'June 22 in the Sampson Lake ning late this month in differ vJ4
to 12 hours. lines to any home in Starke if :Risby Jr., Negro was also ......
I the resident is I 494 trade-in on the two old :j,!area. ent geographical areas of the :
Pr, Kline said the blows on willing' to pay In another charged in the same case but '
yet shine
; case United States. The first
the woman's: head were "in- i for the pipe necessary to cars. I;j Walter Alvarez and Van failed to appear I in qourt. hearing I
Prescott I
I was scheduled for Rich- F
numerable. j i reach his home. That was the Bids were also received on Alfonso ; LO R I DA ::
countless. i council's answer to Mark I pleaded guilty and were Lesesne. Nejrr.'., mend, Va. on November 2022. j :
.When Neveils took the i a new road grader but none ;;placed on pre-sentence invest:! pleaded guilty and was placed,! Mrs. Sapp that : .. .
j Moore resident of South Gate requests all :
! "l=t and Friday he testified that was accepted because council :i gation in connection with n on prest'nten'invf'stigation!1 producers of .. .. .. ,

-he had never touched his wife I Starke.Subdivision when he in southeast could not decide wnlch size i I,still found October ?6 south-j Jon charges of transportation of i eggs and turkeys turkey for hatching meat, B AN! KiA l' Sr'.ftt.KiH] II'

"except in affection" during rpcuestsd city the j \vesf of Starke off SR 227 moonshine whiskey; A ca=t>. and of --- n --- = -- '- -- -- .. -- -,.----'-""'-'. '_. ________ ___ .____ .. __ .
city needs.
sewer service Tuesday night. The matter! processors meat birds I t1.
1961. Later: he added that he I i Carl M. Hunter, non-support,I against Essie Mae. Will!Im, and hatcheries m OF 21 BANKS OF THE FLORIDA NATIONAL CROUP t
would have to "tussle \with Due to a lack of .funds the will be re-opened at the next j t sentenced to two years in prison Negro, was thrown out becaussof that hatch j MCMI K FEDERAL DEPOSIT $ COAfBlade's .'.' .'\
turkey contact
/ eggs the ASCS
:
her" sometimes in selfprotection. city has not been running sew- meeting. |i but Clerk Darby was in-( a lack of, evidence., j i county office j..
as soon as
erlines to houses pos- ..,. ,
any except
In the statement givento I - ft
I .....6. .._.,A-",
op- ._, \
Futch. however, after his --- -
{' had left home "30 or 40 1 .. ..
arrest on a drunk charge the II j'times." I ro. : ,

day his wife died Neveils said '
;
he sometimes beat his wife'I Neveils was allowed to re- Dearborn Winter 11.

when she would return homefrom j!i main tree under $5,000 bond Bargain Train Has Arrived! I '". :

a prolonged absence. In[ I pending the outcome of hissll'tI ,

,his testimony he saldthat j I nibtion for a new trial. :
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, PAGE; STY: ___ __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH' STAKKK.. FLORIDA Tltun DAV.. VOV. 23.. 1961
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i With 6-0 RecordTornadoes' I nated second half. play com-! ---- ------ -- -rw---1_ HIGHLAND' -

[ Keystone Title pletely until their power surge e _. fflliston Firm BAPTIST CHURCH FARR'S 'VEEKENDRocker

was culminated with a touchdown -

I Wrap Up early in the fourth quarter Sunday School, 9:45: : a. m.

t I Accepted Calmly Taking Seymour's kick-ofi Low Bidder !1::::0 p. m. Prayer Meeting each

I on his 12, Vaughn ran it out tc I Wednesday, 7:30 p. m

Keystone Loop Title the 30. Two plays? later er<3 11.iIi.-

t: lllllradford I II Jack Bridges, running at l let: 'On 301 South AIRPARK BAPTIST

i [Continued From Page One! five back to the nine yard line halfback skirted his left end( CHURCH

I I i!before gaining: seven yardi to for 48 yards before he was fi.

l. Bradford High's fifth It was the same story for the two, and then going over nally brought down by Bill [Continued I Sunday School, 9:45: a.m.! Chairs
From JTaee One
the Blue Devils and Vaughn! !
straIght I for the score. Martin's extra Jackson at the Starke 25. Morning Worship. 11:15 a.m.
Keystone
t. Conference kicked out of the hole. Takingover I Union, 6:30 Evening : Only $1295
Training
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Championship was greeted: ;point try was wide ant the Four more downs netted the new 301 right-of-way have p.m.
calmly and with little fanfare on their own 40 yard line score was 6-0, Starke in the Blue Devils only five yards and been given until Dec. 4 to S Service, 8 p.m. Rev.:' 3 Left

: by players, coaches, and fans the 10 Tornadoes plays befori dro44 halfback yardsin early second quarter.The the Tornadoes took over or vacate. The State alreaay has I Robert Haisten, pastor. ;

.. alike. second quarter held a their 20. Starke could do no title to the property, throughan Bedroom Suites

'"Some teams were' bonger; Marty Starling's fumble halted rash of bad luck for the Tornadoes better and the Blue Devils tool: order of taking, and condemnation -I II II II II Ii Pc.Dresser'VardrobeDouble
the drive on the Green Cove
tr than usual, and some were 24. I as a fumble lost them one over again on their 27. trials lor the purpose -
weaker scoring opportunity and a brl- .__ of fixing compensationwill 3
Coach Lennard Again following cue, the Vaughn netted nothing on
liant 29 yard TD sprint by J.ht.- begin Dec. 4 ani continuefor Bed
Register
stated matter-- Blue Devils could get but three 'the first try of the 18 phy I I

'* factly Monday afternoon< just yards before a Vaughn funu-le tin was called back by an off power drive, but Hamlin got 11:] two or three weeks. i I .$58.00Pc.Twin .

as.if he won conference cham- was recovered by Starke defensive sides penalty. yards on the next and the Blue! ;,

'pionships every day of the end Buster Hughes ci,., Seymour's kick-off sailed to Devils were not to oe denied. r I III $1 Extra Charge Beds
Deer No. 2 And
3 From
week. Instead of celebrating ..I.the 16 yard line. ball the Green Cove 15 where the Eighteen times they hit the Blanding I On Special Tags 4 VanityChairChest
Jheir: championship, the carrier was downed in his Tornado forewall and all bul L
A. .
: Trying for a quick score tracks. Camp Blanding's deer population was reduced by two when i
defeated Tornaloes: \: un-I Getting just five yardsin once they gained yardagehough ., I '
Martin passed incomplete to two plays Hamlin, who : Robert Drake (left) and Jerome Griff bagged these two bucks I Tax Collector J. R. Kelly $3595
selves, the boys who d() I t it took them three, '
Seymour. On third down he quarterbacked the Blue Devils early on opening day, last! Saturday. Drake shot his six-point, reminds the public that: Ac-
f work, were more concerned: plays to go the final four yard.*,..
I about who they will fade in again attempted to pass this first half, took to the air. Vaughn carried to the four on 92-pounder near Sand Hill Lake, while Griff is' four-point, 106- : cording to legislative act, it FOAM RUBBER

I A" the Strawberry Bowl come :I time to end DeWayne McRae, Halfback Bill Jackson, alwaysa a four yard try from the eight: pound buck was taken near Blue Pond. These were the sec will be necessary for anyone Cushions ea. 2.00
but the high pass was knocked receiving a special number I
December 9. nemesis to enemy passers, Then Don Miller, the big fullback ond and third deer to be taken at Blanding this season. |
J from the end's fingera in thi tag for 1962 to the TaxCollector's
I( : A casual glance at the Tor- end picked off the aerial to give ,I bulled his way to the one)' -- pay New Dinette

,I nadoes' record would keep an zone. the Tornadoes: a first and tenon foot mark and Vaughn carriedit office tag agent] 6 Chairs-Formica Top

; enemy team from beioj anything Then, on a do-or-die play the Green Cove 40 yard line. I over for a 7-6 Green Cove the total amount of the tag

it' Martin completed a short buttonhook But disaster ruined the scoring l lead. for $60.00NEW
but calm, however, since plus $1 reserving same on
1 pass up the middle threat almost before it ...
J the locals have never been get Revenge Drive or before Dec. 15, 1961. Other-
to Seymour to the four yard started as halfback John Reddish CABINET
defeated in 30 The Tornadoes I
Keystone loop began their
,
wise, tags will be sold in
stripe and a first down. Frorr. fumbled regu-
I J contests, and those 30 gamest on the first play.. revenge drive when Gardner > SINKS
then on it was Gardner all the TD Called Back lar order starting Jan. 2, 1962 i ,.,
t dated back to the founding: of took the kick-off on his 24 j .
The spunky fullback lost A .Aa Porcelain Enamel
second
the conference in 1957. way. scoring opportunitycame and .
In returned it 30 yards to the art Acid Resistant
1 fact.. the Tornadoes: have won the Tornadoes' way just Green Cove 49. Then Reddish County Board ,
5 -inch. _____ $80.00
I 2 28 on the contest and tied two. five, in the eight :year since before halftime when a got a first down on a 10 yard Date -?
Changes
.. i 42-inch. _______ $60.00
I. Even more disturDing to Register came to Starke in Vaughn punt rolled dead on I effort. but an offsldes penalty -

other teams but a fact accepted 1955. the Starke 45 yard line. placed the ball on the 41. I jtt.S. DRWR5 .:,.ftRR1IIi1 Of Meeting Plenty of Parking SpaceFARK'S

( without much comment Behind Starke in this year'sconference Starling netted 15 yards on Jackson immediately took 1 l_ :. -'r Stenographer'sPosture

: by Tornado players, coaches, wrestle came Mac- a double reverse, a Martin to over, grinding out two straight The County Commission will ;

4 and fans is that Starke has clenny with a 5-1 iccord, Seymour button-hook got six, first downs in two tries which meet at 9 a. m. Friday, Dec. !' Chair ,

I : lost only one game in the past [they were defeated only by .and Gardner punched out fi\'ei netted 25 yards:! to the Blue ____ 1, instead:! of the regular meet- ;, I
I I more to the Green Cove 29 32.95 Center
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three three in ] Live Oak 4-2 Devil 16. Gardner --- --uu- -J-w-I''
1 years or games the Tornadoes: ; yard stripe. I punched out ing date, Dec 5. The change |i ,
the last four years. In fact. Pernandina, 3-3; Santa Fet i 1 I five more before Jackson lost Driver Training Car Given School I
; Martin then skirted his left is being made because of the ; 2 Miles South
*, they have lost only 14 contests. I 2-4; Green Cove. 1-5, and P. i j: two and a Martin to Reddish: I i iI I on
(end for 29 yards, on the U. S. 301
: same
I & while winning 52 and tying K. Yonge, 1-6. I aerial fell incomplete at the : Stanley Noegel, of Noegel's gram to be used as a drivers I condemnation trials which:, "- -
'play he to in th-j I. --
-- ----- ------ 1' was use. second : Auto Sales, is shown at left! education training car. will be in progress at the i Bradford I'
CountyTELEGRAPH
'I half to brilliant score the winning goal.Then from 11 yards out, 'J handing the keys to a new 19621 j At the end of the school term courthouse during the week of ;! II I Ii']LOST: Male Walker dog
tally on a exhibitionof
Martin swung out as if to pass ,I''(Chevrolet to Bradford High,! the car will be returned to, Dec. 4. All persons with business -' 'whiet with saddle-back. Lost
power running. But an off-
.School Principal Hugh B. In-i Noegel and sold on his lot. I off SR 100 west of Starke.
sides penalty kept the play and skirted left end untouch- t II before the board should i !
I Please return to Vasco For-
TERWILLEGAR I'
4 from making the score board. ed to put his team ahead 12-7. attend the meeting on Dec. 1. : ,
: Know America'Week County Grader sythe. Itchg
I Skirting his end Martin shook He then kicked a perfect extra

: loose from one tackler, spun I point to end the scoring at ProclaimedBy Stolen NearKeystone
( Starke 13. Green Cove 7. i, I I
away from another at the 15,
and eluded another with a 'brilliant With 8:17: left in the game |, 4,500 MayorsMayor Heights j

I;II l fake at the five, the Blue Devils couldn't get: ,I II I ij

: ; II I I I Second Half PlayA going again. Starke's Starling' Randall Chitty has Most people don't ordinarily I
joined with more than 4,500 I think of road grading
fired-up Green Cove domi- fumbled one at midfield, but machines ;
;y 4 three plays later Reddish intercepted : other mayors throughout the being a very acceptable
Schedule a Vaughn pass to I nation in declaring Thanks- mode of transportation, but 20 Words or less, one time __.- .85 !Memorials Resolutions ____ EC per word

i. Mix-up If not paid in advance _.____
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end the game. ing Week to be Know Your' someone apparently had no objections ( sofThankupto50woda..L5Keyed t
I
; 1 Given As Reason Movies from the Tornadoes' America Week in Starke. This last Saturday night, or Blind; Ads -----____ 1.00 Over 50 words __...______.-_ 8e par word

: s' For Open Date ninth game have not yet been I j week is sponsored by the All- November 18, when they swip- Each additional word over 20 n 83 Display ads Classified' L&9 per tack
J American Conference to Com
newest
ed the county's ma-
: L processed. and: therfore the | bat Communism. Mrs. Jim chine. FOR SALE-100 ft. 1 lots front- FOR RENT-2 unfurnished 4 I FOR RENT -Year Round. 3
I Due to a scheduling mix-up coaches have had no time to ing Hiway 16. J. B. White. I
room house. 4 miles from bedroom nicely furnished
Chasteen, chairman of the County Clerk Charles Darby
$ [Bradford's Tornadoes have an grade them. But game statistics -j Public Phone 964-1651. Raiford Road. Starke on Raiford Rd. 16. I house on Kingsley Lake. Electric -

., ,._ open date this week before t pointed up outstanding i| Affairs Committee of reported that parties unknown I. 4tp 12-7 Rodman: Underbill. 2 to 11-30 I kitchen. Call Rosenbergs
'risking their perfect 9-0 record (efforts by the following boys. :|I the Junior Woman's Club, has ,! cut wires and:! by-passed the I Furniture Store. tfchs
against tough Lake City in Hallie announced plans for stressing switch on the new grader, and FOR SALE-Second runner FOR RENT-4 room furnished i'[ V HMMi n HMM MB MV MMBM M r
BHS's
Seymour,
GO PRICES ON THESE barej j responsible responsive citizen- drove it two miles before it Fla. 90 Strawberry Plants. apartment. Private entrance. [FOR SALE -=Six' room house
: th'eir: final regular season
game j jthere foot kicker, averaged 52 yards Earnie Teston. State Rd 16 2 224 W. Lafayette. Phone 964- I with enclosed porch and
gar-
Friday, December 1. j jj for ship for survival during this : ran out of gas. The grader is'miles E. of Starke. 2tchg 11-30
I.I I three punts Friday night. i I 5241. 2 tchs! 11-30 i I age. Owner 518 N. Water St
j The Tornadoes had Lake ]Defensive records showed that week. I started on gasoline and then, I! 2tn 11-23
!City scheduled for October 13, tough little guard Mike Darby I Mrs. Bess Burns, head libr- i switched to diesel fuel after it TILLEY OIL HEATER. used I FOUND-One little black and |'
Used Cars! arian of Bradford County has warmed The thief I only few hours. Cost $34.95, i white dog.! Owner may have bv ',
but because of a mix-up the led his team in tackles again I. I' up. apparently -I i I identifying and paying:; this HASTINGS MATTRESS
Library, has prepared: a special did not know how to will sell for $25. or take small
Tigers had two teams on their with 26. End Buster Hughes I j j! expense. J. T.Quisle 1 tchg & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
schedule for that night. Because disnlav of books on--_ temniv__________ make the switch, Darby said. gas heater in trade.-W. W.
"
had 21, linebacker Marty i :
I Dixon. Kingsley Lake. Rt. 1, I
'communism. FOR RENT 7lOLemonStPalatkzFurniture
-Unfurnished
of that the Tornadoes Starling, 17; Seymour, playing ; vs. The ministers : The grader was parked for .Box 358. Starke. 1 tp. J 1 2
; : bedroom house in City; also I II Repaired UpI
1955 FORD Custom $ of the local churches have ,
Tu$29500 I will face them a week aftermost i defensive end, 12, and '. i the night near the White Top i unfurnished 2 bedroom house I holstered & Refinished

dor V-8 No. 459A area-teams have finished tackle Jimmy Smith, 11. been asked to stress the Know j Drive-In south of Keystone FOR bedroom RENT house-Unfurnished on N CherrySt. 2 in country. W. H. Nollman, 510
MATTRESSES REBUILT
I their schedule. Coach Register praised the Your America theme in their Heights. Repairs to the switch Inquire Bradford En- N rhfrr fit tfchg

The mix-up is also posing another fine running of quarterbackIrwin sermons on November 26.1 I will cost approximately $25 gineering. 303 N. Cherry New Innersprings

1954 FORD Ranch Wa- $10)CQ$ ) () problem, that of finding Martin. I WRGR is helping to celebrate j DarbY said. I phone 964-2521. tfchK COLLIE. White PUP collar.- AKC blaze registered face.- and Box Springs

the week with a special emphasis : Drop Us A,
the Tornadoes an opponent for 17" $19.95 : Dist. shot and wormed. J. E. Card or Call
PICTURE TUBE.
gon. No. 463A t the Strawberry Bowl game set "We definitely played one of on patriotic music. The No One InjuredIn 21" Picture Tube. $29.95: plus; ; Hftl'hl'Orlr Rhtp Prison.; 1 tn I PALATKA EA 5-916S

I, for December 9. No other of our poorest games," said local educational sorority, ADK labor. One year warranty. At STARKE 951-5934

1955 CHEV. Belaire $ ;, teams, having ended their reg- i Register, "The boys were not has planned a program on Freak MishapOf Dahmer's TV & Appliance;: Lower LOST-One teeth gone.9 yr.Has old tag Boxer.on- MRS. PEGGY SHALLEB

$54500 ular season earlier, want tot i ready; they were thinking communism for their regular.! TractorBusNo Center. ____ 6tchg 11-30, Dr. Mullins ?nd Dr. Baldwin. Starke, Agent

Fordor V-8 No. 453B t wait that long to play in a monthly meeting. Pam plets Notify W. F. Glenn, Jr. phonecq.i9c94) II I-

!1 bowl contest. about Lake City. entitled: It's Yours to Keep- : injuries were reported ina FOR RENT garage-2 bedroom apartment.unfurnished I, 'Jl"n..1..-. ToVoLADIES 1 +.hfY I PUPPIES FOR SALE _

i Freedom," have been distributed -I; minor but freakish, accident I Phone 964-4921 tfchg I Bloodhound and Redbond
1956 FORD Tudor V-8 $ I BULOVA Diamond .: cross.- R. H. Qrider. 600 S.
Comedy Plays to classrooms in local I
$49500 Brooker Wins I last Friday, November 17, I Watches. now from $39.95. Westmoreland. Phone 969-
FOR RENT -
bedroom attractively
Black & White No. 42 ;' At Park Theatre schools. The public can havea which involved a farm tractor i, furnished Three cottage on and only $5 down. Pick yours 2841. 2 to 11-30
out for Christmas. -
part in stressing the import- now Dahmer's.
and school bus to
i Bantam GridChampionship a according Kinesley Lake. Central heatin -
112
Starting Sunday ance of knowing America by ; Highway Patrolman L. N.I ?, Mr .. J. W. KIncaid. phone E. Call fitch St. 11-30 PEYTON FLORIST

1959 ENGLISH FORD $$59500 i displaying flags during this Fowler. 964.1491. tfche: 119 PHONE 8. THOMPSON.64-4155 ST.

: Melina Mercouri winner of : week. I The bus, driven by William" WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE NIGHT 964-3891 969-1022
Fordor Perfect No. 88A : FOR RENT-3 room and.: bath OPEN LISTINGS. NO or
SALE
I the Cannes Film Festival Best |j Mrs.'Chasteen and her comI Ezra Gualt, 54'as traveling, nicely furnished newly DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS
NO PAY.
Brooker defeated Terwillegar will star in I i mittee. Mrs. Lemuel Williams I decora-I STROUT REALTY.J. We Wire Flowers
Actress Award : on SR 227 west from Lawtey i ted cottage. Phone Hansen. Rep. 5 ml. S. of Anywhere
1956 PLYMOUTH Club : Motors 21-0 last Saturdayto 'Never On Sunday," a carnival Mrs. Tom Casey, and:! Mrs. X. when the tractor driven by I Mrs. Margaret S. Howard.tfchK Starke on U. S. 301. Phone tfchg !

$59500 win the Bantam Football carefree. glee, showing at M. Smith plan to stress responsible James Williard Gaskins, 28, 468-1766. Waldotfchg STOP-READ t
THIS
Coupe No. 471B_ Championship.The the Park Theatre Sunday citizenship during pulled out behind the bus after FOR SALE- One acre of land FOR RENT 2 bedroom fur- If you have thought about coins I\

Bulldogs scored their through Tuesday, November the year through several other : it had made a stop. 6 room house. 4 miles northof nished house. Adults. Convenient : into your own business. I

first touchdown on a flat pass 26, 2'1, and 28. I projects.. A special public affairs :: The bus stopped a second to Starke. on 301. Place pricedto located. Phone 964-7182. NOW IS THE TIME- ,
1956 FORD Pickup $ from Eddie Doug- sell. E. C. Sellers. Rt. 1 Box AMERICAN OIL STATION U.
$34500 quarterback A satiric comedy "Never program in April will ,: let children off, and the tractor tfchg
19. Lawtev. 1 tp S. 301 & SR No. 16 is now \
las to Mike Castlen which feature Mayor Haden Burns of'
Bargainf954 pn Sunday" is the story of a I j j stopped behind it. Both available.We i
1 COLONIAL FLORIST
; netted 55 yards. well intentioned, but inhibited I Jacksonville as guest, speaker j[ vehicles started forward again LARGE HOUSE FOB SALE-- Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke. are flexible. Call me and

John Lewis and Douglas American philospher I Jules to culminate a Public Issues;, and Gaskins was looking at,the ComDletebfaralshed [6 Flowers wired any place. Flowers let's discuss it. W. M. Stewart. 1

FORD 3-4 Ton $$29500; i scored the other two touch- Dasinl] who meets a beautiful, : Day. A study course based on I!: children who just got off apartments] double garage. for all occasions locally., fl.1noq'r411a FR 6-5631 or FR 2-0110,
downs in the third quarter to 1: J. Edgar Hoover's book, "Mas- 210 N. Cherry St. Phone tffbg I
but simple Greek young lady, :I the bus. He did not see the.bus Enjoy home plus income. 964-6291. 506 East:'
Express give Brooker the championship. ,, ters of Deceit." is being Nona St. tfchg '
pre- WORTH THE TRIP
I MIss! Marcouri. ,.. stop fQr a third time iust a See J. B. Ballington. Owner. i
II sented monthly. A skit, also Mobile Homes
j few fee 'down the road. tfchs Always
I Dassin is also both producer FOR RENT Furnished apart- '
t In the other game Torode I based on this book, will be pre-, below I
market
Gaskins and the tractor, a I and clean.
and director, and the ;screenplay ments. Reasonable rates. Near
Galaxie : Shellers beat Koch Drugs 2613in sented before several local or- I I 1960 Ford, plowed into the FOR SALE-One gallon jugs center. Phone 969- LAKE GENEVA
1959 FORD Fordor is based on his own original ; at Florida Theatre. 5c each in,shopping, I
a hard fought game. Torode story.Pecan ganizations during the year.I right rear of the larger bus Inflicting gallon cases. 1 tchg I 2011 or call at 213 8. CherrySt. TRAILER PARK
Hardtop I scored two quick touchdownsby The Civil F Defense PreparednesS -_ .$250 damage, Fowler [Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfch 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts.

Mercer and Crosby and Survey taken in September estimated.: The tractor sustained WEEK END fflDEWAY 3 AI I on Route 100

went ahead 130.Koch's Auction in cooperation with the I only $50 damage. Gaskins on paved road. *2.uuu. *uO.Ou I FURNISHED one bedroom I

1960 FORD Falcon Fordor I came back in the Held Thursday community achievement committee ,, was charged with failure to down U. bOX oritoor;307.; burke l-ia-.ALu1.Jozuue'Hansen. r. !i Nollman.apartments 510 for N. rent.Cherry.W. H. ,I FARMEquipment \
'
i I TofIo'wthg
II I II second quarter with a touch- I was also a part of this: have his vehicle under control. ; Rep i_tc tfchg I I

I II down run of 65 yards and 15 Sixty growers sold 44.362 program. J i I -
I ,
FOR RENT -NicelY furnished BE SURE to see WORLD Plan ting: I
I yards from halfback R. Ad- pounds of pecans at the third : The Public Affairs Commit-i Bantam AllStarsTo 3 room apartment. Electric BOOK before buying any en- INDUSTRIAL I
kins to make the score 13-12 auction held last Thursday at tee is accepting its re kitchen.2 Duo-Therm heat-
I cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your
1960 FORD Country Sedan i at the hail.Torode the Starke Farmers Market. ity as citizens in other ponsibil-I Play Before ers. 1 1-4 mile on E. Bessent local representative since 1958. I' Equipment For Every Job .

iI Shellers scored'an- Prices ranged from 14 cents to well. With the aid of proceeds Lake City GameAn turn left at bridge. Phone Box 603. Pa. 964-3794 tfchg ,Suporior Tractor Co.
touchdown in the third from the two 969-1545( tfcbg
I other 23 cents,-with an overall average Thrift Shop I PHONE EV 9-0773

quarter and their last one in of 19\\z cents 'a pound. I j "forgotten girls* aV'SuniaruT All-Star team from FOB SALE 5353_ W. Beanr Jacksonrill

Visit Terwillegar Motors ; the fourth. Fourteen buyers attended the Training Center are sponsored j'! Starke will play Brooker in a Ready mix concrete. concrete LuinberSaleWrecking

I, An All-Star game will be sale coming from as far away I J and remembered on special oc- :, block. cones fence posts sand FREE
Bantam game at 6:30 p. m. mortar mix rock steeL I' Wholesale Christmas Gilt
caslons. Mrs. Tom cement ,
played at 6:30 Friday night, as Delaware and St. Peters- Casey ser-f at.
December 1 before the Brad- oyster shell. iimerock. and roof : Catalogs. Pick up in person or
TODAY Dec. 1, before the last high burg. I! yes as the Junior Club's representative ford-Lake City varsity game. gravel Phone 954-2521. tfchg Camp Blanding write Mary Carter paints 321 \
I
school The AllStar on the County Chfl-j .
game.
No auction was scheduled j I The All-Stars will be picked _Bradford Engineering N. Temple Ave. Starke.
will be Brooker against j dren's Committee .and arranges -
0 game for this Thursday [Thanksgiv- j'
from the three ,Starke teams FOR SALE OR RENT-2 bed- Beautiful,2x4's 2x6's2x8's _3tchz 11-30.
transportation for in-i
the Starke All-Stais. -
] but win be resumed on I -
ing that played in the Bantam unfurnished house at
For The Best Deal In A : Final Standings I Thursday. Nov. 30. II digent children requiring out-} Football League. room Hampton. All modern conven 2x12's up to 22 FOR RENr- Kingsley Lake ,
market of-town medical treatment.!I iences. 34 mostly plantedin I extra nice 2 bedroom garage
the at acres
Trams W L T, A buyer is at Brooker, who finished the feet long. I apartment furnished.
Circulating
I The entire club cooperates in i; nines. M. A. Payne. 204 S. I
all times for the convenienceof
Brooker 710
season with a 7-1 record. and oil heat. Phone Carl
Glenn St. Phone
New or Used Car Terwillegar 431 growers who do not wish to t collecting stamps for wounded I i the championship team will .- 9643794.Uchz SELLINGCHEAP Johns 964-4201. Uchg I

: ". Torode 440 wait forthe auction.PENTECOSTAL I, veterans to use in rehabilita-|be coached by Jim Temple
Koch's 071CHURCH j t tion art work and stamp, col-i while FOR SALEGood Argentina ; ADULT EDUCATION COUR !
Harold Davis and Jim
,I j lecting.. ', Bahia hay. $30 per ton at SES EVENINGS. MONDAY t
HOLINESS*! McRae will coach the Starke farm. Lucian Conner. Bayless PHONE I THROUGH -THURS&AY. '
; 9644001 All
J. Edgar Hoover has $aid.
OF GOD_ t All-Stars. }!ihway.4tchg 11-30 HighT School subject
Your Authorized Ford DealerIn i iI CHURCH 'We face the challenge of surj j I I Courses. Conversational* Business -

: I 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Sunday School 10 a. m.; vival. Great challenges have FOR SALE-, Three different JACKSONBuilding Spanish. Mechanical Draw=.

i Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning I Morning Worship 11 a. m. always produced.great cham-l| JTHE -BIGHT POINT for the kinds Clover seed. Pensacola Testm *' :v1ceL *Wnltestud-

Bradford Worship, 11 a. m. Sxtrlay: Evangelistic services, 1:30 p. pions. In the spirit hi which i i'!way you write. Come in and seed. Several different kindsof ents: contact L. H. aajson.
County 'm. baled hay. J. B. White, Supply uso Bid*. Office. Negro
Evening Service 7:45 p m. has made America gre .t, hedJ[select! your favorite ESTER- ents .tud-
to-1 : contact
Raiford Rr. Phone 964-1651. Pro!. Eddie :
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p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday, "Come, let us reason citizens must now answer the I I]]BROOK Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. Starke Tlwtnpidns RJE High School.

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1. I STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. NOV. 23, 1961 $ :
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I'VYn Y Y rl on the project. tin and family will be Mr. and I -

I The room count was won by Mrs. Ken Martin and Mr. and r 1 r I '

LAWTEY the 1st grade.: Mrs. Kenneth Prater and son SERVICE MEN : Complete Photographic Service .

i Room mothers served refreshments of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. I II I -

If I of cakes and cof Don Martin and sons Mr. and x

i By Enia Blanchard fee. Mrs. Clifford Martin of Y"t I ea:: BULLINGTON I Hallmark Greeting

, &LLAAAW VUAUALUla At The Churches I Starke and Mr.and Mrs. Sidney ssy 1 Cards

.
Grace Methodist: Sunday Hansen. S j "[
i Watches
Interesting
L.
Reports School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Mr, and Mrs. Joe Shuford ._ "Feature Lock" .
Thomas H. Rhoden
f'lleard At PTA Meeting Sgt. son
Worship, 11 a. m. Evening and:! children:: of St. Augustine v 's Jewelry .
I of Mr. and Mrs. Schiley Rho-
The I Studio and Gift Diamond
F Lawtey PTA met Tuesday Shop
night I i Worship. 7:30: p. m. MYF Wednesday spent Sunday with Mrs. John F4 den, Route 1, Starke was recently Bibles
in the school cafe- 7 At the evening I Shuford and Dave. Weekend y
teria with p. m. : assigned to the 52nd I Tape Recorders Wedding,
Mrs. J. C. Tye vice I service next Sunday Mrs. Fox guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy ,
: Artillery in Germany. A communication Starke
President. presiding. The z 1 i Phonographs Florida Sets
I will give a study on the book Futch were their son-in-law 4 chief in the artillery's -
j chairman ( ;
of Character and of Numbers. and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
Spiritual r T i Battery D. Sgt. Rhoden
Education brought First Baptist: Sunday;: Buck Cassells. and another
" the devotional entered the Army in 1951 and
based on 10 daughter Mrs. Louise
School a. m. Morning | Cassells was stationed at Fort Riley
Thanksgiving and safety in' Worship, 11 6:30p. of Lochloosa. --- -- -
a. m. BTU. : |
I Goti's love. Rev.,W. A. Fox offered I I "Producer" Kan. before being sent over- '
m. Evening Worship. 7:30p. : Mrs.Mae Wells, Mrs. Martha "Climes"Two seas. He is a graduate of .,I
i'; prayer. m. Prayer Meeting Wednes +| Bales Miss Jackie Bales, and
I Principal Connie Clark gave day 7:30: p. m. II Neal Phillips visited Mrs. Bradford High School, and his WHY make' house payments

I an instructive talk on safety Mr. and Mrs. Tip Dixon and ,I Linnie Gilchrist in Brunswick New Varieties Of Peas wife, Ingeborg is with him in

I and what the schools are planning children of Bearcreek. Ala.lOa. Sunday. Douglas [Buddie] Germany. for _

It to do about it. He intro- were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T.! Thomas who has just finished!I f 20..25..30..YEARS ?

duced 12 boys of the 6th grade W. Tatum and family and Mr. boot training at Fort Gordon,' Available For
I who have been trained for and Mrs. Riley Dixon duringthe Ga. is spending his leave with 1962 PlantingClimax If

Safety Patrol duty. They are week. Mr. and Mrs. James Wainwright I Own a Jim Walter Home

Timothy Wilkerson. George Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Tucker and children. After and Producer two Blackeye and Crowder vari- tot
''I Smith. Billie Griffis. and family the weekend Nov. 21 he will be stationed
Wayne rpent at
varieties of Southern O9S
new eties, but has
1 peas higher yielding
Mosley Charles Norman.I with Mrs. Leona Edwards. Albany, Ga. will be available for plantingin ability. It is a high yielder in

. Darrell Crawford. John Lee Charles Smith of the Navy Mack Norman of Lake City 1962. County Agent G. T. both spring and fall produc- ,c: Lit*; IN JUST SEVEN I
Steven Cubbage, Wilbert Wa-' arrived Wednesday to spend visited Mr. and Mrs. Truby Huggins announced yesterday.The 666
: ters. j taJe
Jackson Roger Padgett Bill his leave with his parents, Wainwright Sunday afternoon. new peas are products of tion.Climax is a cream-seeded
t and Russell
Man- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith and I Henry Wilkison of Louisiana the breeding program con-
ning. They each told what his his sisters and brothers. He is visiting his brother and sis ducted at the main Agricul- variety that shows a strong
duties are. Mr. Clark was has been transferred from N. ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. J. tural tendency to produce higher -
Experiment Station in
pleased yields in the fall season. It is :; -1Tx
to
announce that en- A. S. Anacosta at Washing Wilkison. Gainesville, said.
Huggins
crossed with varieties like the SHORT YEARS !
rollment of the school is 267 ton. D. C. to Norfolk. Va. for Thursday guests of Mr. and Three demonstration plots
running Acre and Crowder to
with an excellent attendance. sea duty. He will be aboardU. Mrs. Luther Hilliard were Mrs. were planted in Bradford give it the I STARKE
cream-type chara-
The chairman of the Com- SJS. Waller after Dec. 1. Hilliard's sister, Mrs. J. A. County last August by Luther
cteristics and flavor hi
equal FRIDAY
mittee on Civil Defense reported Ogilvie and daughter, Mrs.
Thanksgiving dinner guestsof Hilliard J. R. Wainwright, and size to the Cabbage Pods
pea.
progress being made Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mar- Sunny Jacksonville.Miss Kite., and children of Lucian Conner. Ten pounds of range from 6 to 8 inches long, Don't throw your money away on rent year

J Harriett Flowers and each seed plus a few rows of and sheling quality is excel- <:. "' after year! For payments less than rent,

For The Best Deal Anywhere Jane Driskell of Crystal one were of the planted standard side varieties by side, planting lent. Climax variety.is primarily If planted a fall in' you can have your Jim Walter Home completely -

Springs were visiting Mr. and about the middle of August. paid for in just seven short years! '
the it will
SeeROBERTS' Mrs. S. D. Harley Sunday.Mr. summer make excessive Sponsored by the Y
The young plants stood from viny growth. It can be Spend the best years of your life free from
and Mrs. Eugene Pearson 8 to 14 inches of rain during
planted in the spring, if done BRADFORD COUNTY house
t.. nagging payments and enjoy the feel-
I attended the State PTA the first three weeks and then before April 1. SHERIFFS DEPT.

CHEVROLETAND ; Convention in Hollywood last went through a two-month "Each variety is superior in Benefit Boys Ranch S,! :' ing of confidence that comes from owning ,
: Wednesday and Thursday. On drought in September and ,
home!
Doors 3:30 & your own
shelling 7
quality cookingcharacteristics
open
Friday the Pearsons went to
i October. "Even with these
AND i
OLDSMOBILE SHOWS 4 and S P.
I Key West where they enjoyed weather difficulties, results and flavor. ; M.\
Seeds of each variety will be r
DEALER seeing different points of were good," Huggins said. At NEW FAIR GROUNDS
available for the next plantingseason
interest. Producer is a tanseededpea and it is hoped that all Near Starke Farmers Mkt.. Choose From Over 50 Models !
Mrs. Clifton Smith is under developed from several
Ph. 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla. growers who usually plantpeas
treatment in Riverside Hospital crosses to produce a pod 9 to

10 Inches long. It is slightly will include for home both use of and these market varieties i i1i BUILT ON YOUR LOT ANYWHERE

curved free of blemishes, and "
well filled out. It has not in their program Hug-

I shown attack by scab and gins said. I NO MONEY DOWN

P REFABULOUS has a high degree of field resistance -I "One of the best ways%for / tI
to pests. The color of' our farmers to stay ,in business -I

-. ; pod at harvest maturity is a today is to keep up h'k' a' _
changes in methods, practices y n
deep green presenting an attractive ,
-
a =
Our Soil # Our Strength appearance. and crop varieties when they WORLD'S <

have been proven good," the NEWEST t .
Producer rates superior in 1 .
II i Soil Conservation
County Agent added. "Our ,:
+ pod appearance and market- WORLD'S .:.. .r,,.. I
'
Experiment Station worked
fra 'I II'I NEWSBy ability. It is desirable for fresh 5
with crossing a number of f FINEST
market use and with its high-
i I Bill Haas varieties for six years before BIG SHOW t
adapted tiK
yielding capability, it is -
these two were released for
I Paul Hutchins and Curtis to hand-picking forIreshwarkeV use lii
Marlow FFA Advisors, in ::trade.-tPooducer: ammercdalplanting\ ,** Hug- 6 ARENAS /' lei'BIEGERBETTEKGRAHDERTBAN xaPY 'i .n

I cooperation with the Bradford seed is similar in' size to- the gins said. -
EYES .
NEW !Soil Conservation District, will ficiently comprehensive to dem-I until I get 20 good brood cowsand + _4p

hold a land judging program. onstrate soil differences, but with this much grass and
REDWOOD 'r John H. Herbert Jr., Extension I simple enough to be practical I clover I won't have much winter rn
Conservationist tells why land in use. feeding to do. 1 I

"- !judging is an important tool in ,Anyone dealing with land, I r
'i education -Land Appreciation THE RIGHT POINT for the .
buying, renting or managing it,
Completely pre-cut so they II Schools and Judging Contestsare will profit by knowing something way yon write. Come in and w

fit together as easily as chil- designed to promote a bet- about soil. Few pa<'plewill select your favorite ESTER- 42BdAXNUU.TOUI250PEOP1E100 Brimmbf Orse trtthlanovatlois
ter understanding of soils and BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE and
dren's building logs. Main- buy a car without some investigation Wondrous SsrprteARENIC ..
tenance-free as a lodge can their best use. These activitiescan such as kick'ng' the GRAPH.WILLIAMS. STARS sad a Myriad of UBprictdtattd > s c ta,4 i fat

'' be-Solid redwood logs never spark interest and provide tires honking the horn or lift -50WILD4NMALSIN !- .IRC restarts Anaz. SELECT 2-3-4 BEDROOM MODELS .
incentive to study an otherwisedull ing the hood. "Lifting the hood"of GREAT AU Struct URds. _
need
paint-resist decay, dry subject. An under- GREAT JESSICK w c
the soil will reveal much 5 CONTINENT x. ; PRICES RANGE $1295 TO $3995
won't be attacked by termites. (ME RX&SI .
standing of soil characteristics more than the number of cyl I MENAGERIEM3O I BARBARACHAMPION ,
:, Aluminum windows and provides the only basis for determining inders. A guided peek under THOUSANDS OF BMEMC8 CASH ma -

TIMBERIODGE screens. I proper land use and ground will show why soils re JEWELRY I SEATSSTMENIr BSOPE Of
II, CAPITAL INCOKTlKOOAL
selecting the management prac
:spond differently even though
I Ii CAPT. LAWRISH GET FREE INFORMATION
VESTED-$3,270
tices for the most efficient I f
1 1I
necessary treated FAMOUS TBUXED
i similarly.
Retirement Permanent Homes REPAIRS EXPENSE.aDov
Resort i DAILY
sustained production.It + a$5iU 4"
I Cecil Crawford used the Dis] WATCHESDIAMONDSAll I .. MAIL .
THIS
See Model Home and Office takes years of training and trict fertilizer spreader and Work Guaranteed i ii TWICE DAILY AFTERNOON and MIGHT e i < ,; r COUPON TODAY FOR 'Y >
; COMPLETE DETAILS AND
to become soil BROCHURES
experience a seeder :''
to 20(
cultapacker plant CHILDREN 75C-ADULTS $1.00
A. C. Williams
Route 21 (Jax Hiway) Keystone Heights scientist. It does not take an acres of S-1 clover on his Pen.',+i
expert, however, to identify and sacola Bahia pastures. Cecil I 142 W. Call St. ..
appreciate major soil problemsand "I to cull l Starke, Fla. ALL TAX INCLUDED
says plan my herd

C. J. (Pete) O'Connor, RealtorPh. ter. To learn cover to manage all of the soils detailsof bet 'i\L- :: _- -

Keystone Heights 4297 land classification is not the i.I iH
intent of this booklet. Students

of land judging will find it s.rf- Stereo-For Family Living! i
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1- -' MASTER I No Payment Until Mar. 11962 1 / "T I JIM WALTER HOMES, COIu t :...:. .7iON

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAnKE., FURm.- _u.__-_
\ TtlURSDAY. NOV. %3. 1961
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they even keep the old sweep night Nov. 26 with Rev. Marvin

well in perfect condition even Stedham of Palatka con- -. .- '" .. "" t .. -... .-..,.,' -' ..

r EW RIVER though they have running ducting the services. Everyone -- "
water.. Just had to have a is invited to attend.

$it Bu Tames drink from. the. o4! we 11 and BMHy Party
never had such
good-tasting r
AAAAAA...... AA .&&& water Mrs. Ernest Edwards enter-
\twined her daughter, Patsy on 1 s
I The regular mail carrier Is Robert Turner and childrenof j her seventh Tjfrthday, with a i
the State Farm
on vacation this week and were visit- her
party at home. Refreshments i 4
ing with'Roy Turner 'one day j x i 1 1t
substitute carrier of ice y
Roar Burner cream, cake and 1
last week. .
is on the route'mW. his re- 'j punch were served to the 30'j jguests. : t
turn. There'qiiIt a, build-\ip\; In, "( An out of town.. guest j
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the trailer park this week. Five *
Albert Moody had a birth- was David Vickery of Gaines-i
day and' more .trajlfrs acid about:,33 I :t
Tuesday h d the R. .vUle. Mrs. F. 1.1. Vickery of
L Blacks L more< people. Including! children :
and M. Johns for 'Gainesville; } assisted Mrs. Ed
supper in honor. or the occas- -enpush boys, men and a wards.
ion. girl or two to have a scrub '
Garden Club Meets

Dorothy and George Anderson football game most even after The Brooker Garden Club I I ... .

had quite a fishing experience noon. met Thursday night Nov. 16, -:
last week. They saw Several of .you have told ] .
at the Community Center with
something breaking I t ft the me that the_ first. think.-- .-, you. president Mrs. E. Kleinman '
water in the roadside ditch look for in The Telegraph is ,
presiding. The minute
near the fire tower: had several the New River News. Why not were read by the secretary were, WINNERS !
cooperate better and ,
Jot down
bites and finally Dorothy '
Ernest'Edwards:
., and the
really hung the monster mud any item you know about"and collect Was read \by the: historian : i :

fish. She did not try to land leave it at Moody's Store, or I Mrs. Lloyd Wood. Mrs. .
him-just dragged the fish out ive U me in person. For your.
Warren treasurer
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MiggHe re- .
of the water. He was a five- I convenience The Telegraph is signed ,
and Mrs. Earl Green
pounder. on sale at Moody's Store on I '
was elected by the club as the
Hear: that Vernice Moody Thursday afternoons now. t v R
new treasurer.
was the only lucky one on a That's better than having to Wayne E. ? j ':st. ;( :". ., r '
IVjassey
deer hunt last Saturday. She wait until Friday ta get .it. bye flans were mage ''for the !! ;:Y; Margie Schaefer
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succeeded in stopping a'lic mai il. Christmas Progressive Supper Box 56 :p \% rjaf .fy-i.f
and gift exchange, t p be held L 500 S Westmereland
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buck.Mrs. Monday Dec. 18.The club also r** i .
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Lawtey :
D. E. Nettles,Mrs.. Lacy I Fla. ':.'. a
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Johns and Roy Turner of our e' Starke, Fla,
neighborhood attended services Lighting and party for: the

at New River Baptist BROOKER children 'a.t the Community HOW TRADING AT HOME .
Church last Sunday.Mr. Center this"year with Mrs. rw HOW TR DING AT HOME

and Mrs. Chester Moodyof By ShirleyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Greene Kleinman in charge. HELPS EVERYONE '
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HELPS EVERYONE
The program was on "Fun
Keystone Heights
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damentals
Sunday dinner guests of the of "Flower Arrange Local shops and stores have ;
Albert Moodys.Mr. Mrs. Bessie Allen of Stark ins." Each member brolght! first class merchandise! and services When you shop at home,
was visiting Mrs. Verlie Johns container and made an ar-
and Mrs. Joe Moody had / you're not only helping your
to tKey i
off
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friends visiting them from for a few days recently. rangement. :Mrs.Kleinman was 1
home town: merchants, but
Miami last Friday and Saturday Miss Sue McDavid of Valdosta in charge on the program.. ,.Ia p1ble to any..inthe area. All : ,,_ j S '
el{ as well,
Qn has to do to ind is
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie State, College Valdosta Hosteses for the night, were / tljis} oat YEveryone'knows that
Click and daughters. Ga.. was hPIEf r the weekend Mrs. Ernest Edwards and Mrs. t op>> with local merchants! ;and business

Everett Renfroe of Lake with her parents, Mr._ and MrFred s- Lloyd W )Qd., we. ,,Certainly owe it to them,arid property pays the bulk of the

Butler visited the James McDavid.. dogs_ 4f Champions cJt ourselves to look for wJiatwe I s taxes in our community so

Lavenders Sunday. Mr and Mrs. E. E. .Altman The Brooker Bulldogs became ;: \'ant jn t the. stores in pur own when you trade at home your

Think I glimpsed Dorothy of Miami were weekend: .gue s tf the Champions of the community before going out of f dollars do. dpuble duty. Besides
Anderson and Marie Banks> of Mr. and'Mrs. T. W. Markey. getting the best in
Bantam League when they defeated town to buy. you quality
headed for the roadside fish- Mr. Altaian is Mr. Markey's'S Terwillegar Motors .., ;. 'i/ II :' merchandise at most seasonable

ing pond again Saturday.Mrs. first cousin. This was the firsttime Saturday morning :21-0 in hQPP"g! at,home is not,only! ] prices, the dollar spent at home
Ralph Merritt and they had seen each other. Starke.
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since 1914 in Indiana. convenient t,, tut' economical as also helps our merchants pay
and t.
their brother parents Troy, Mr.Jones and visited Mrs.- John Green of the University During the first quarjer Eddie wdlv'Standard. Brands"\ .:or their taxes which, in* turn, sup

Richard Jones in Macclennlylast of Florida in Gainesville was Douglas quarterback, "Name: ; Brands\ are of, the same port our schools. pplipe department

Friday night. home\! for the weekend with scored a touchdown, and.- Pat price and quality in surroundingcommunities. fire department,and many

Went to the hog-killing at his parents Mr.. and Mrs. A. Castlen scored the extra point. So, get out and getbetter other public! services.

the home of Beilling Johns last It aJe n. in the thjrdr! quarter ,EddiepqugUs acquainted! 'Yithlour l local.
week and while there cut up Mr. and Mrs. Charles! Perry threw' a touchdown merchants. .-fhpp at home, and With this in mind, it is hardto
and Karen of Gainesville were pass to right halfback, Mike. ; see how would be
anyone
filch{ ,014 so
a ea Dollars
a little meat saved for cook- \ grow,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. M:, Ol: Castlen. Cecil' Stalnaker scor- thoughtless to
trade
ing into lard. The lean and spent a.t home STAY AT HOMEGRO.'V'AT as out of
better cuts were saved and Harreil Saturday afternoon. ed the extra point. -: ItO U 1 1c 1i town without first seeing if all
ground into sausage to be Mr- and Mrs. Frank Tinney Cecil Stalnaker left 'half- their; needs cannot be supplied
and sons of Gainesville visited back. cored a touchdown during : Y
stuffed into casings and hick- Wayne Massey : right here at home.
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smoked. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green Wednesday -. the fourth quarter and Pat -*.. "
ory just could not S '
night.Allen Castlen the extra : /
wait for scored -Margie Schaefer
the stuffing to be of...: .
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point- S
done so bought a couple of Lewis of Jacksonville. ;>

pounds of the chopped meat was home for the weekendwith The Bulldogs ended their '. .' .
and headed home to'fry some his mother. Mrs. AmandaLewis. season with, a 7-1 record.They ? S. '

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sausage patties boil a pot of will play the All; .stars
grits bake a few yams and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hodges, Friday night Dec. t1. at 630;
make a pot of coffee. And o h and family of Gainesville we;rend p. m. in Starke before the '
boywas it good! While a t the weekend guests'of"Mr. a Lake City Starke game. 1Vlce Thanksgiving Turkeys Have Been Presented To The Above Winners Wit.h i The* Compliments* *> tf/- *

the hog-killing, was reall. Mrs. Evan Hodges. .

fascinated by the lovely; Mrs. Amanda Lewis visited. YYYYYYYTTY YitYYTY.YYT Of The
Merchants Listed Below.
And
The Bradford
country home of Mrs. Johns Mr. and Mrs. Mac Lewis County Telegraph

and the late H. L. Johnswiththe High Springs Sunday aft CLAY HILL !

large ..
front and back '
I noon.
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smoke houses, well kept barn The Brooker Baptist Church -. \\ I IE
and horse and cattle lot. An will begin a revival Sunday 0 t


Thrifty Home ImprovementsStart Mrs.the misfortune Rudolph Whiteheadhad to fall and Riich sFfi f&Giffsil' j ._ : .. S Williams Jewelry : ,."

and'had ., .
break her knee cap 'J _..'-;'''' lit J>Jt Jf'ards .
Here to have an operation for -. ,
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same. We hope she is soon well h i

from this misfortune. Her : dw' Grocery &. t, : Home < 1 ':

daughter who had Nadine been working Strickland in Matt >: : Gay's Appliances . '
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at home when Lucille fell so S '
she stayed there to "keep the -:** "- ,

home fires burning." ... Denmark Furniture Company .

Isabel Parrish Fred Lang's .., i. .j. StarkeRecapCompally
daughter\ who wae in the car I
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wreck recently] was dischargedfrom '.J' t...'. .
WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR the hospital last Saturday f

AND OUTDOOR FIXUP. but Winton, who has i' Starke Builders Supplies, Inc. : :" : Central Florida Gas & )
C :
A. B. C. Finance some broken ribs and a brok-: -- "... .y... '- Appliance
en shoulder blade has to stay ...'. ._ '0 .
for four or five weeks in the : > :
J:. EJLEstjA'r: s.: hospital. We are sorry his recovery ,

\\S sq slow. : GeQI Jew lry .:
Phone North
964-5291 Florida
Rev. Croft preached for us, : .r. .: s Supply
Complete Line of Hardware at Highland Sunday'night, and ..' 0'..,...,.:;.0,:.'-.. '"-", S
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all 'who missed this sermon .;.". "tit., i" -: '.. .


Bradford Building Supply message.really both of missed Mrs.these Croft a from,wonderful his Jones wife ; >:". Barksdale's. "Department Store : ." :.:.r rt H. ; ,;': '. Mary. Carter Faints "- .*" ..T'4;: -5'.; ..


301 E. Call Street Road Baptist church], and ,! ,
Rev. Bennett, .. '- pastor of LiveOak I "* ** '
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Baptist Church "
.,r panied him to accom-I : -E jk Farmers S Supply I .

also had Mr. and Mrs.-TommIe 'Y .., : Andrews '
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Attention ,:
Livestock Producers!! McComnehey who have been .r S Drugs'Imperial .

working with the Congrega- : ., .. .4 .,
If you have hogs or 0 .. tional Methodist church in Hie.irLiiJiI .,,, 'fi.
cattle to sell now or in i \"5 South Side of Starke visitingus dl& Agency : : : r '

the future please contact Sunday night. All are welcome -/ ..,... : ? I
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one of the buyers ; -G so come to see us again j Service e Station :1:

at Copeland Sausage ( It seems that some of our I : ..' \ .
Company and give them ._ Sunday School folks had gone I GiljIBfofd's'SfMla' : :
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an opportunity to buy hunting Sunday' morning. We I f rd Stahon b ,.;. :. 5

livestock. just had 57 p 'esenC Forty- .
your nine of these were 100 per i ,: >
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cent members. The Intermediate > ; Honest John's Gulf Service
COPELAND
OFFERS YOU I girls. won the banner again .Ia .-A t v. .

4 BIG ADVANTAGES! I I with a grade of 72. The t .st ra Stafioh -- -- *'. : rx *: ". __ -

nursery was running them a I ;', I

1. Cash market every day. 11 close race with* a grade of 71 .. .:" ..j. '. \ ,
per cent. We hope by next I s;1 .r" ..
2. No commission. "' .: ... ,,, GardenRestaurautti '
Sunday the hunting fever will ''' "" 1 .' : ,' t
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3. Special consideration given to meat be worn off some and the men MaTKellarttWare ; 0 .
will be back in Sunday School ompanr : ,,:. 'of, .' \_ f .
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type hogs "> I
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and church. We need all who :,,! '!.. -"" <; p 0 t. .Z'
4! Can ,furnish{ hauling for sufficientquantities. will come to these services. I : t

Our Training Union,enrolment l1- S : : ,,, -;:. : L'aRue Corp.'s'IEH 'HomesV '

has- moved up from 28 $ ce Station : \

CALL I I to 31. and we had 27 present .
COLLECT .
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HOward 2-3011 Sunday night. We just have -. 7 ''. / f' : '- -" .
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FOR CLAUDE PHIPJPS, PRESTON POLK, and had:! *14 In:off the these Adult present.Uupn$. .' &iffordBi C, .;- : : ..: .. 'J ..
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ing. Some folks arent interested .j :f;: :* ;,;;..-,!+!r ;;, c ; j
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in the Training Union. ,, ,
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Copeland.SAUSAGE But come and see what it is all ,. : : ;, : 4";'(-, .'". :..;. r''<.t, {,. --- :' "1J'. \,..,. _f1 :
bou.t, >and ye feel sure 1:'; R : ., I'. to.r!. '*':I I I
you :o "" >': -1 : : : ,
fill become in Florida' Thet'r atre I ;, ...i, 'T ZwrW- "--- '
Interested this : \-
COMPANY\ ALACHUA ;, ,- :..<, .-.: 'i: "Ie rwilleg at M otors .
FLORIDA service, find want to be present _'. ". a," .. .. 0 5-
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II as Brooks'Hays, Assistant Sec- the couple are invited to attend. invalid. They carried her sum
retary of State, and will visit Homecoming Queen '' candy. Gussie and her family

a Home Demonstration the international Livestock Everyone from Maxville was recently moved into the old

I s ( Notesby Exposition. Entertainment will very proud last Friday nightto Denver Godwin home here from Smith Corona and Remington
include a Pop Concert by the see 'Mies :Mary Kilgore, Jacksonville. We welcome them

p Chicago Symphony Orchestra daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond to the community.

DOROTHY ROSS a dress revue, Friendship Kilgore, crowned as Mrs.'Harold Bradsnaw and
Home Demonstration Party, breakfasts, and many Homecoming! Queen at the foot- son of Jacksonville spent Saturday %
Agent PORTABLE
FIRST I :
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BAPTIST Methodist Church other activities. ball'game between Baldwin and with the Buddy Brad- ,
CHURCH SCHEDULE i December .:Plentiful Foods ert Meyer Hotel in Jackson- Crescent City. Peggy Smith, shaws. 4

Sunday Sunday School;; Schedule for week of Nov. :, If you.haven't already got ville Friday night before leav- v ... .YY..TYTYYYYTT Edith Harris, and Sandra Bros- Raymond Kilgow and Eugene TYPEWRITERSSOLD

I 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 26: turkey and cranberries on your ing. It is sponsored by May ky also contestants. Peggy was Bell were recent weekend visitors
I 11 Sunday-Church school, 9:45a. : Christmas, menu, put them Cohen's. MAXVILLEBy chosen as a member 'of the
a. m. Concord Choir rehearsal here with their families
m. Morning Worship, 11 a. there now. These two go-to- The 4-H Congress trip Is Queen's Court.
I 5:15
: p. m. Training I They are now stationed at Kees-
Union, 6:15: p. m. Evening m. Snack Supper for young gethers are featured: by the one of the highest honors to Mrs. C. B. Nolan Misses Glenda Smith and
Worship 7:30 Youth people, 6 p. m. Youth Meetings, U. S. Department of Agricul- come to a club member. Each Annette Padgett entertainedlast ler AFB near Biloxi, Miss. __
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p. m.
Fellowship at home of Mr. 6:30: p. m. Junior Choir rehearsal ture on its December Plentiful delegate has done outstandingwork JAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAEngagement Saturday night at the Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nor !: : SOLD ON

and Mrs. Wesley King on Col- 7 p. m. Evening Wor- Food list-along with broiler- in a particular phase of Announced home of Miss Smith with a man and new baby, Ricky, of 'I _
ley Road 8:30: p. m. ship, 7:30: p. m. Fireside for fryers for that smaller family 4-H Club work.. A few years Mr. and Mrs. Albert Smith farewell party.for Willard Pad Highland visited Mrs. Dorothy EASY TERMS

Monday YWA's begin MYF, 8:30: p. m. meal or dinner party. Serve ago Mrs. Marilyn Cox Norman announce the engagement and gett who left Monday for duty Waters last week.
their Week of Prayer .programat Monday-Sub-District MYF cranberries with chicken and former club member, received approaching marriage of then with the U. S. Army.
meeting, Waldo Methodist pork also. Among those on the sick list
this enviable
award daughter Patsy, to Henry Ca
the church 7:30: p. m. The Intermediate Girls Sun
TuesdayGA's and Junior Church, 7:30 p. m.TuesdayGatnesville. .1 The 1961 prices for turkeysare from Bradford County ruso of Jacksonville. The marriage day School Class and their recently were Sylvia Copeland, Bradford County TelegraphAnnouncing

RA's meet at the church, 3:30: District, the lowest in 20 years. The 1300 delegates from allover 1 will take place Thanks. teacher, Mrs. Dorothy Waters, Mrs. William Padgett, Mrs.
p. m. YWA's meet at church, Conference at Alachua 9 a. m. There will be lots of fresh turkeys the U. S. will hear out giving night at the Maxvillj visited Saturday afternoon with George Pratt and Herbert Re
7:30:: p. m.Wednesday. Cub Scout pack meeting Fellowship on the market this standing people speaK, such Baptist Church. All friends of I Miss Gussie Hurst, who is an vere.
Hall 7:30 p. m.WednesdayPrayer month, and frozen ones, too.
Celestial Meeting, i. They will be available in all ..
Choir [ages 4 and 5] 3 .
p. m. 7:30 p. m.ThursdayChoir sizes to suit the size of your
Sunbeams meet at church, rehearsal, family..
3:30 p. m. Carol Choir in the 7:30
p. m. Also on the December list
Choir Room, 3:30: p. m. are apples, pork, grapefruit
Cherub Choir [primary agegfoup GRAHAM pecans, almonds
honey, vege-
], 4:30: p. m. Prayer BAPTIST CHURCH table fats and oils, peanuts
:Meeting, 7:30: p. m. (W1 S and seMceNsaving
peanut products, and, in
will present the Lottie Moon Sunday School, 10 a. m.
some areas, dry beans. The
Week of Prayer program for Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
thrifty shopper can watch for
Foreign Missions! AdultChoir Training Union, 6:30: p. m these
items and take advan-
I rehearsal, 8:15: p. m- Evening Service, 7:30 p. m tage of their
plentiful
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 8 supply
I Saturday Intermediate and lower prices.
p. m.-Rev. C. L. Redding,

IRA's, 9:30: a. m.CHURCH .OF GOD AT, THE TABERNACLE pastor !1 cookin'and Apples they're,and too,good munchin'are for plentiful. both For 'Fe a ures fro m u r rP


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.'I Sunday! :30 p. School m. Evening 10 a. m.Worship MornIng The Gospel Tabernacle will i choose cooking from, the Baldwins housewife, Golden can yo '

Worship, 11 a. m. Surds be open aH day Thursday. Nov Grimes, Jonathan McIntosh,
Northern Spies, and Romes for : y
I Evening Service, 7:45 p. m 30, for prayer and praise I
p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday, Everyone welcome. baking whole. Delicious applesare
ff45 p. m.AIRPARK. considered best for out- .
of-hand eating, and their sup-
J BAPTIST CARD OF THANKS ply also is large. FordDeaIer: : '

it. CHURCH We wish to"thank our For an interesting center-
piece or display on your coffee
friends of
ij Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. Kingsley LakeChurch table, combine apples and nuts ,
| Morning Worship, 11:15 a. m.: and community for in a big ceramic bowl. .., \ .
I:1; Training Union, 6:30: p. m.' your many good deeds, and Tips On Storing Food In
fact
!1J'; Evening Service. 7:30: p. m.- beautiful flowers during the A new U. S. Department of you'll probably need stop r--

t Rev. Robert Haisten, pastor. illness and death of our loved Agriculture ing Perishable publication Foods"Stor-at for routine service only twice a year-

one G. C. Norton. Thank you .
: I Home, gives homemakers spring and fall that's all!
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1 Ar -Mrs. Trudy Norton wife;; ready answers to home storage .

r ItN. E. M. Norton son; Sylvie problems. The booklet offers I

I Norton, granddaughter. specific storage suggestions! .' '", ,
.. for the more common foods, 1 ",
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\ LAUREL MISSIONARY as well as. some general tips ,
I BAPTIST CHURCH on making good use of the re- It : :.
frigerator.It's ., "WE FORD DEALERS \
Rev. D. E. Willis. Pastor
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Sunday School and Worship alright to keep small .. -. ,:...
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amounts of CUT YOUR OPERATING COSTS AGAIN !"
2 to 4 p. m. Sunday. cooking and salad ,"
Tuesday Prayer Meetine oils at room temperature fora ;'.,,

I 7:30: p. m.Saturday. short time, but use these i Nowyou'll drive 6,000 miles between oil changes! '.
Church Services. foods before their flavor begins .

7:30: p. m.PENTECOSTAL. to change. Mayonnaiseand You 30,000 miles between ; '
I salad dressings should be go major lubrications,

kcTfrEa I HOLINESS kept in the refrigerator unless 6,000 between minor lubrications .
CHURCH they're used within a few days.
Nlh Sunday School 10 a.: m.; Even jellies, jams, and peanut Go 30,000 miles-or two full Our '62 Fords are here now! Pick yours out from the
.Iltrctl ..lo0M9 !Morning Worship, 11 a. m. butter, once opened, keep bestin ,-. .. t years-before you ,
'I I Evangelistic services:, 7:30 p. the refrigerator. replace the new'engine coolant-antifreeze! widest choice of models we've ever had. the best

1IhJI 'Tia'DUWUHI m. Refrigerate eggs in the original -
DI. "Come, let us reason together carton or some other Travel 30,000 miles before packing front wheel values we've ever offered! Galaxie comes in 7

I. r ... ," IIEILBEONN covered covered container eggs lose, because moisture un- bearings or replacing fuel filter! models. brings you a ride that whispers quality


lID PENt BAPTIST CHURCH through their porous shells. Only twice-a-year routine locks Thunderbird styling the smooth power response -
I .._1. left'" UDdt Potatoes keep best in a checkup on ,

pel bobI'r = Sunday School 10 a. m. dark, dry, well-ventilated placeat hinges, etc. of its optional Thunderbird V-8! The big Ford
b your Morning Worship, 11 a. m. about 45 degrees to 70 de-
Training Union 6:30: p. m. grees F. A long period of refrigeration wagons come in 5 versions. spacious, convenient,
Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. causes the skin of Plus these other "Beautifully Built", features:
.,..._ versatile for travel around-town :
I e SIZE or hauling chores.
mxSUPPLYI
''t.I : Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, citrus fruits to become pitted
cbi.w-cl-W i 7:30: p. m. Rev. Joe ,Hoop, and the flesh to discolor. Brakes adjust themselves automatically F fullg.
I : pastor. Ray Norman, pianist. There is a difference between -

1 t = pspoi.... Glen Norman Sunday School I the types of food spoilage Special processing protects important body areas size inside. long on looks. :'easy on your .
i .... I writes wtfr superintendent; W. H. Green, i that make foods unsafe to
., ..... .irtfUUPt Training Union director. eat and those which do not. against rust and corrosion and priced far below Fairlanes of previous years! .

t.KJM05CEJ to!.. BUY! I Important off-odors in danger all foods signs and are a Aluminized muffler with longer-than-ever life See them all at your Ford Dealer's now!

HIGHLANDBAPTIST sour taste in bland foods suchas -
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CHURCH .
fet MOftV SHp* creamed potatoes and S Self-adjusting engine valves on most enginj t' "
yov woeUedjr Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. creamed chicken. Other signs '. .
I Id .. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each of spoilage that make food un ::,,: "

t rt--11. IIIIIP.ltH\"1 Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. pleasant to eat but not dan- !
gerous to health, are rancid L-

1p.2 i AIRPARK BAPTIST odor and: flavor of fats, mold .... .... .
CHURCH or slime on the surface of -- _

meat, fermentation of fruit
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.. juices, and mold on. bread.. /r-ii L" .
Morning Worship, 11:15 a.m., .
There is little or no dangerof "
Training Union, p'm.: Eve-
6:30
: food becoming unsafe to :.rxsy>a :r"x .. ,.
y. ,
ning Service, 8 p.m. Rev. i. "?&r
wiRars'R eat when it is kept in a refrigerator
Robert Haisten, pastor
with a temperature
of 42 degrees or below, because
EVLRGRtICNBAPTIST
.. CHURCH food-poisoning bacteria can't
"T"-1-eI"tIIIf PSI a..lie grow at these temperature.Check .
6aaw i carr.iferrk; ,'.$.A.Bradford .
the
with
Sunday School 10 a. m. temperature Ford
Preaching, 11 a. m. Training an ordinary indoor thermo p Country Squire Fairlane Club Sedan

Union 6:30 p. m. Preaching, meter placed in different partsof
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting the refrigerator.

CountyTELEGRAPH Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Copies of "Storing Perishable

Wednesday Bible study, Foods at Home" [Ha-'l8] ., 1.,: / L.
7:30 p. m. Joa. E. Norman are available free from the !<

pastor.MANN'S Home Demonstration Officein --. -.- C-, ,
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Starke. Send for yours today _.,, :

40th. National 4-H Congress -

SERVICE STATIONIs The Home Demonstration

Agent Miss Dorothy Ross, .
has been selected to be a chaperone -
for 12 Florida 4-H dub 1
Moving I '
Girls attending the Club Con

gress in Chicago, HI., Novem ....
To New Location ber 2630. In the delegationare ,

12 boys from Florida. Galaxie/500. Enduring Elegance with Power to Pleas ..

The group is being given a i -.
"send-off" dinner at the Rob- ,

435 E. MADISON ST. CHRISTIAN CHURCH "" SEE THE FEATURES' OF THE FUTURE. ,. NOW-AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S .<.,

ff. i ,
SUNDAY'S.aVICES t : .. .

Carl] Clarke, Minister[ '{ii/f'.. '''\''f.. : .:..:J '_.;..... ,. ,:...'. <.i', ,.","- c .. _.:-. ._.'... '." .'
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BOTH STATIONS : 'a. m. Bible School T' ,- .. ....L, it
11:00 a.m. Worship and Com .,' ';, '' : -4 : -"' ... '.}i) ..


ARE I munion.FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH f i } Terwi11egar 'M" otor -

IN- OPERATION Lantey ; i ; S : ft:: j ,

UNTIL A. E. Massey, Pastor .
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BRADFORD COUNTY'TEIEGRAPH STABKJ3-FLORIDA> 'J
.: THURSDAY. NOV. %I. 19B1*
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Tobacco ,LeasingProcedure tion Commute, announces: f .to any other:.owner. or\operator| KING BROS. CIRCUS COMING ;;
that the of farm : t ,
new program pro- a in the same 'county i j

vision applies to all kinds of i which: has a 1962 allotment-j ... _, .... ... ...._... ." .-"' 'M .. .."'.:_...""'...._.<<_,__.___ il ilv
Is Explained t : : tobacco except burley. 1.old or new-for,the same'khtd' (y /

Specificially lY, the chairman of tobacco. Any allotment,.
Legislation enacted' bYCon- I explained the new provision acreage leased to a.ftfm7hei;:: i School Suppli
gress late this,yea: permitsthe ;j permits the owner and operatoractinrr said may not be subleased ,to aS
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leasing,. ol a 1962 tobacco i 1 a together ,if they another farm. j' a ,

acreage allotment from one 1are different persons-of any i Mr.' Williams alsi said that a I -_ f. { .<1 .. ,
farm to another under::! certain : farm for which, an "old farm" 11962 "new farm allotment "

condition., Emery Williams 1962 tobacco acreage allot- i i may not be leased or transfer- f
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chairman. State Agricultural ; meat is Stabilization and Conserva- 11 or pal: of the. allotmentACRYLIC j'f| 1 and any farm for which i .t.tI

1 ... j the 1962. allotment is reduced .e I ;.,. ...... ._.".j;. .. .
to zero will not be eligible to t..; "

'receive' any leased ,allotment ; F ,,... .. ''. ,
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acreage. Furthermore, the 1962 : '
:

t.. I,. a tobacco farm .which acreage for'allotment 1962 is entirely for- .i "' ., ... :
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Woshcbfe exterior ,
on -
meson- covered by a Conservation j r> ; .'
ry, inferior walls end ceilings. Resel"Ve. 'contract_ is not 1 I ->:5 :
No point odor, quick drying. eligible for lease QC transfers If I : '.t"
'kfTl10 only part ,of.f. r is coveredby :: ',j\..... .I .
.11 such a contract no. more I .. ,:.or'r, .:,>'.
$225 $698 r
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QT. allotment acreage than the -." .-.7T. :"', '.
permitted acreage.may: he ,. : .

.. .. EVERY 2nd CAN FREE :. leased from the .farm, and no. iI i .'.. ,+....:.,< .-,_."1..; .'.'. ...-y"'.L.'.' i'..... ... i' .>i..t"/ _>"'.

.:.' ,'"'.''_'.. ,.. more than the amount by I .
I which the regular 1962 allot '. ; ;
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DUY Ot\Jli GET ONE Famousfountain
ment is less than the permitted }r .
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pNp acreage may'be'leased to : f .A..Y.f # .
FRE E +tflaar. Yb+ %
OF EXTRA COSTMARY e..eaouueelt.i'tirt the farm. :
: :JJE'S'TE'RB'ROOK" ',
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?tNi Restrictions governing the II .
i, amount of tobacco allotment\ i n ... ""

acreage whIch may be leased! h ?. }
CARTER PAINT CO.
include the [11 SN.L II : : Pensffith ..
following: No : -..:.. ':",t. I
More :Than 70ft Stores Coast To. CoastSMALL more than 5- acres of allotment L 4L ? .
max be leased to any farm ,Pkw '
% Any Point ; :I Taj*: ::
M and this will be adjusted
downward if the normal yieldof I .
H IJ APPLIANCESCOOKWARE : '
P"E' the lessee farm is more I

lit than 110 percent> of the .normal JeanFisher., attractive Sheriff's Boys : Of Your Choice :
yield for the lessor, farm;
young circus star gets willing I I Oak. .
and [21] the total acreage :.al- '
assist. before entering the ring Among the l ;
And Practical Gilt Items lotted to a farm [its own allot- iu the..Great King Bros. three- r formers are the .,
ment plus the leased acreage! 'ring circus which will show j aerkiists IVoiri ; 1 1I ; J' ,(E terbrook, Pen Regularly Sell For $2.95) :

WHOLESALE TO OUR MARY I the may farm's'cropland not exceed 50 percent acreage.of here auspices Friday of, the Dec. 1 Bradford, under !I the Avalon Jordan trio: I Available: Shorthand, Bookkeeping, General 'Writing, .-

Under the leasing provision, acrobats. .
CARTER CUSTOMERS, ,, according to the Chairman, 'County. Sheriff's Department.A Performances Student, Signature 5'ab, and Others. ._.1.: .

Ideal Christmas Gifts at Low costMary the 1962 allotment acreage: portion of proceeds will go 4 p. m and 8 p. 4. ,
leased to a farm becomes a for the benefit of the Florida open at 3:30 II
part of the 1962 allotment for .
: that farm: only for marketing the farmlrW which the allotment .cue, I ,
Carter Paints quota and price-support eli- is leased. In other etc. Of the

gibility purposes. For pur- words the farm from which! said they
poses of determining future the acreage allotment Is transferred -I {,take various ,
321 N. TEMPLE AYE. STARKE, FLA. tobacco allotments, the tobacco will be credited with''' Already NOTEBOOKS "jjc I

-- acreage history remains with planted acreage equal to the''':,.smvey'ar two :
acreage transferred. The farm ness '. .
I to" which the acreage allot- .aid courses-; : I Red and White" .
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ment Is transferred will not' vival l classes
with
Not a heater.A be credited with any of ,the : nursing and I, "BRADFORD HI"
leased acreage for future allotment -:, tortnw elasf se ', Printed on Cover Plus Tax :"
or tobacco history I i near future.

neS acreage purposes.Mr. Mrs. Gladys .' ,
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REVOLUTIONARY NEW 1 "
Y Williams emphasized j Cojjnjty jCivjl} "

." : ; -.- : tt"f that any lease transferring a ;I has only the l lOc. Crusader Notebook k Paper-l f 25c
a tobacco allotment should' be I those who.) cou ? r:
entered into for 1962 only and!I vey r
I a cQpy of the lease must be !! an awareness f IM ,
filed, with the ASS' lquntg I i vibes tesulting / ;1T:4
BookS"M. 20c each"NEWeST
725c-Compositib'tt'
: Committee no later than April i'I tendance 1 at ego ,
1f 1962. rollment in -. .
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Farmers who are Interested ; that was acc ,
in this leasing provision of the : ml .would \ ; ..:, .: ;: t: \1
: I tobacco allotment program are :: months to ; 'It-
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: : urged to get 'it)i' touch with the'l mal channels: t- .
'. ., g'W ASCS Office, further r .of t
County
y* 1XV ) k kf. Mr.n' ; for -
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7 IM'f% Y ,, f M..1 9 i,+ ;LP { details. j Mrs. James :: ; tSEE"IT I' ;
-ct a f ( \ Z @ kxb T .. .volunteer' : TRY IT1 ,. ,

Survey Finds c cellent: ; r '
11tI family) ; > -; I '
Public Interest questions and! }........ : t .
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I In Fallout:S1\et
tK k's r x .. r 4y c. ,A'v,Wr ; .
I Starke. families may not be questionnaire. *.
'the best prepared to withstand ".
Ii ? s> av \ s fallout hazard from a nuclear I(f' Services, : at ,
( MI" 'tllLi' attack but 'a.. r enL :survey "
of For arne t ._
approximately .
: :: r Yp Y yr : :70 per cent of the homes uii *'. William : FASTEST i. ,
v cated that of them are'noW1
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many
J V r'q A of Stare, died.
k $
gIving'it serious thought
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i in or making plans to' prepare tended illness.' PORTABLETYPEWRITER
their ,
home against such a dis
: in Bradford
t'x.. aster. This statistical: infor- .
.'. ; # lit ,1925 and {
1 mation was gathered and compiled :
6 all his life.Surviving.
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: F s yy as part of a Civil Defense ;, .
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Preparedness of the
Pystfgct
:
: T Starke Junior Woman's Club.Civil LfenzyJelina :IN THE 1
: Springs and v
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% Defense pamphlets y h
I Lena Johns f
tI were distributed at. each hometo + 5
Stallte. .
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ptov ddlnturmatl3if'fdr'thC Funeral 'WORLD! tJ
5? per cenlrwho did not know 10:30: a.. m. .. f ,
I tie t writing signals and the
I .. Memorial }
I! 47 per cent who were unfamiliar Lacy _
with Conelrad function)
Burial was in
and stations. It was-also learn-! "
In,Long
ed that only-41 percent of the der' direction I
, : 'families had battery"radios to' Jones Funeral
:
receive this warning I I : 'In event of- power failure.] --
! AJPli'I Most people'is the city '41 .iAs41

I per. 'cen't: Indicated. 'that- .ih:ir, t .
r
I families could survive one : )
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i I 'r week pri'the food now'on'hand : "
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rI in the r'.homes;: while.:a toll. j| r k I .
;of'34 per'cent of the families.reported
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I that, they* had? the f r I Ia Ii s AHEAD. ROM ; .

-., NEW heating comfort for homes.restaurants, offices, shop3- f. : "' i Yi GLE: t
, anywhere. The revolutionary Siegler.MARK III gives you sup-ply.of'tood. { NEW
all the comfort of a furnace:without costly installation Just stand it per cents Indicatedthat\ 'they s

I flush ta' the wall or recess it in the'walL The Super Floor Heat .' :e juld get'alorig only) Diree.diajrs." :;. r IN STYLE',. .S'PEED .. .SPIRIT !
i"eyen under strict tailohing
pours out the front and can be. piped to adjoining rooms at the r '

aides and back. .. circumstances Here' a portabk that, ALL NEW .'. bide
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In to the
reply question on
NEW concealed vent. Gone is the unsightly stove pipe! Oval j fallout shelters; no one had 3 end out! CaLuw gives 'bettei typing' with leas :

It Cent can installed through the wall when recessed or hidden by 1 gone. so far as to build. although effort than ever: bpfc.htc cover when flush ta\ aIL some had reinforcedand 1 1n' Try Its responsive touch. You'll I see way the

i NEW' mild Aft'MARK' stocked shelter''areas'' 1 'Smitb-Ccgpoa Gftlaxfe is everything you gas
season selector. During days III operates ) their twInes.. However. 19 per ,- "
on 65,000 BTU's. In cold weather, it jumps to 85,000 BTlPa. : .cent li1dicate: .that they were ( ji :atzfiila portable? ; .

I You get..perfect'automatic: heating at all times,)_with fesa lUlU seriously' considering building <. ** *" .

NEW trim styling. Always looks built-in. Finished in two-tone munity a shelter.shelters Many favored with com one \t. .-.... .. -

I : cordovan and beige to harmonize with any decor. If you have any suggestion that local merchaots FREE: from Smiih'Corona :. .
I heating problem, see the new MARK HI- blow it's tha finest wills Smith' A'
yxu .. .. .supply material_at cost every Corona Portable;
r quality because iVs built by SIEGLER. and volunteer labor be used cemplefe.fouclj! typf.nQ'COqit-' .::. : to ,. .

i while, others felt it was the ioeeer" '
:-: -k': ,_'.'- ._-.."- y -' '!" responsibility of the government k $23'5 v AlUi
I to provide them. Several 5C .,.....,-- -c .
-' The new MARK III Is now on display recommendations, tat t ,... ..4.l' .-: .."'"
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peace-time use of these build
r.I ings 'iere.given, such as recre- J; : .;: :

I anon-center, auditoriums! .etc. \ I .
SLADE GAS R *.,. .
of Starke i Perhaps the most'. rewarding x' ? t. *Vv -' .
result was, to find ak great '
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'' B FOml OJJkIT? TELEGR f"
i number of families 139- per i! Insist On, "., ,
cent,with at least one t w

"Try Starke Stores First" j j Defense ber having Training some form' \).mem-/[ / LOCAL AT 11 ,. :.. .. J .. .. ,1-':.+"1 t-<.<.;-"_1-:.t.,. .,......_..:"- ... ....,......,'.. ..,. ....

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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ,. MELROSE; GRANDIN- AND LAKE GENEVA .


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Petition Board 1 dray
afternoon with relatives TRINITY EPISCOPAL
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i KEYSTONE KEYSTONEKALENDAR and friends here. CHURCH MELROSE a
HIGHLIGHTS
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I Parents Of Grid!lers l lProposed Oppose returned Mrs. :Ethel home Brockman after spending has Sundays10 a. m. Church :

By Mary K. Schaeffer Mrs. Alice Roth .aDJJJler By Sirs. Rebwea BrantheyAAAAAAAAAALA&AAAA a, pleasant two weeks with :I School. 11:45: a. m. Morning, f

&.1a. .. sass.. . . . . . _. _. _. _. _. .. _. _ssaaa&aAS&________. I relatives Prayer and sermon FIrst :
in
--------p---aaaaa4&AA JAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AA4AAAAWoman's Perry, Tallahassee
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.aa'aa ( ..*;I Stjnday, Holy Communion] $
Thursday, Nov. 23 I:L Le4 --- and Cairo Ga.

,Good Program! Make Plus iControversy i,askdr'fo'r ConimUtee.'MfsVEiiimAICate Volunteers'for: :theBudget Union Th nkSghing'S rrtce, loop v For KHS: 1 Club" j -- Mrs. Edna, Smith of Jack- p. m. Episcopal Young Church- .

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9'a. m., at St. Anne's Episcopal. Plans''Activities'Pla'nS
Lively. PTA \Iansfield volunteered and stpville was the weekend men.Holy
Meeting j 10
Days m., Holy
I a.
Church. Will for the annual Christmas :
Keystone Heights?
We have been attending PTA 1 Bill BeaM and Dot Newmanwere up a meeting in the near future guest at the home of her Communion. .
maie'at'
No school today.:: School withdraw from the Riv- between himself, Long], ; program were : a mother
meetings for a long time, andhave i appointed. and sister, Mrs. Vira The Rev. Millard H. Brey- U
er1and'onference recent of the MelrosWoman's
meeting
Friday, Nov. 24
be after a sea- PrincipaJ! Pro",'and petitioners Herring, and Mrs. 4
n bored -by many at About this'time, there wis a Callie Rye.
Rotary Luncheon, 12:15: son: that brought its fledgling who Club") The program I fogle, Vicar. .,.. .
want
tp keep the .
them, but the meeting of the lull In preceedings and Li. CoLWajter Kfr ; ; ;IH. B. Sikes Jr. has returned .
noon, Masonic HalL I football team nine straight school in the conference. wll} be held after a covered I" .
Keystone Height? PTA on Lndrewseu, Thought tip M' tit t tq his home in Griffin
Ga.
dish luncheon Dec. 20 and FIRST METHODIST .
No schol tod 1Y. l losses? Sprow feels that :RtverlandIs on ,
Thursday Nov. 16 the I the subject of the petition that .
was after' spending several .
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Duplicate! Bridge .Club, 8 p. That is the question now i "too toujh's fojtlje Keystone wiu feature Christmas 'music.! t- ,.i_ if41.I& days CHURCH, MELROSE I
most Interesting we have ever 1 has been circulating.This : : ': with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
attended. m., Woman's Club. feeing kicked around the usually :'grioderg and, cites "the Mrs. Albert Bachman will be '- .
As young.John Muir petition has-been causIng chk Homer B. Sikes.
director and chairman of the Sunday 9:45 a. m.. Church a
St.
was .overheard saying, "Gosh, quite a stir. To understand I Continuation! of Wil l placid community on the fact that opponent: tliU'yearscored Mr. '
liam's'Rummage Sale an! program. I ;, and Mrs. Blackburn School for all ages, 11 a m. :
if I'd known PTA 'meetings what it is all about, one must : ,. day. shores of Lake Geneva, with 316 points to only 21 ,
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Saturday,Nov. 25 for )The'president: 1r C". ,I* 4t and daughter, Connie Kay. Worship.
were: like this Fda. been here.II go back a year or so. opinion sharply divide:! between 'the Indians With only Morning 6:30: p. m., :

beforeAt! least, no one was It is no secret that the Keystone Civil Air Patrol-Civil Defense two schools of thought. freshmen, sophomores, and Bass, announced the appointment -" | _____. hare' moved to Jacksonville Vputh Fellowship. I
Exercise 12 till of Mrs. Carl HagglundSr Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Brantley .
noon playing
J juniors
asleep. i Indians haven't won a Aligned on one side is Keystone the Keystone Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., Bte
,. chairman the "Day and family were Sunday afternoon
as
5p.m. -
To begin with, ,there was a I game this year. As a matter of .. Principal H. A. Sprow squad rarely' dressed Out moi'i ble Study and 'Prayer MeetingRev. :
i m Court" Mrs- visitors in Interlachen
'Final day 6f Rummage Sale. thanTlS project, and -
tis
16 players -
and his supporters who feel or '
arIlngprorani! with a fact, they have only made two _
Sunday, Nov. 26 leis POC&: Tison, coresponding? secretary and Melrose. -- Ted Springer. pastor41
that the embryonic high than half the number
Thanksgiving theme
put on by touchdowns in the first nine I : 'f If
th, :filth and sixth grades, ani t games.; As this is being written' St.- WillIam's Choir Practice, school [still lacking a 12th mustered by their opponents' of'the club, was' appointed I Those who were listed a- t I

their teachers, Mrs. Godsey I I they still have their final game:, 12 noon tin 1 p. m. grade to be added next Sprow says he intends for 4iafrfnaii'of the Community I mong the sick of the commun- METHODIST CHURCH :

and 'Mrs. Mitchell, lespectively. with Bunnell to play. The fact First Baptist Church YoungPeoplEfs : yearl'got in over' its depth the:schooj! to keep playing II-; Christmas Tree prq- :. ity for the past week were MELROSE .I

I out-classed choir practice, 6:30: when it admitted to Riv- man football, but suggests the .
Fifth grade announcer was that the boys are ,: was ject.Mrs. Glenda Sue Grainger, and
P. in- I should Ba.ss= reported that the I I Rev. Kenneth W. Griffith, .
David Mathia. Stage manager out-weighed, and out-numbered erland last year. Indians play smaller, ,
Community Church Young club had receiied information David Brantley Christine Brantley pastor. "
was Van Ellis, who also passe J J I may account for their continued Seeks Withdrawal) ntn- onIerence schools, or B :

out programs..'There T\rere various failures to win-:but Is this I People meet, 7 p. m.. in educational -i 1 Sprow has written "Foots" squads of larger schools in the on the Vogue Sewing Contest,\ Wins Blue'RibbonDavid ; Mr. and Mrs. John Grout n 1Wol'9f5: a. m, :

clever'poems, songs, and 1 good for their morale? 'They, building.' Brumley of Hastings, presi- area. He said some rather and it was voted to enter, and Brantley Qf Grandin, I were visiting relatives In Worship U a. m., : :

Choral In the habit"of Monday, Nov.) 27 erious injuries had been ,suffered to sponsor thestudent, division, Gainesville last Thur
Readings. One comic may get matingexcuses : dent of the conference, asking Putnam County 4-H Club ay. MYFandMCF7p.m. .
Lions Club business{ meeting of tfce contest. The club also ,
the outclassed .
note fortbeir !honcomibgsit by out-weighed, -
was"when a'Pilgrim hunt- I
Paran
that Keystone be to Baptist Church
allowed member. is the
I proud ownerof was
7:30: p. m., in Pen this voted to contribute! gifts to i Evening Worship 8 1 p. m. t
Indians eason.Principal's
John A lot thd
bqyl
erf' Carnes, chased a of ; have<<: been: withdraw temporarily "on the Alachua Mental, a Duroc Jersey pig that the meeting place last week .
Community Church Women Job County Prayer Meeting Wed 7:30: .
Joann hurt, and fewerand
tflrkey, ,
Kuykendall, every game leave of
absence" and rejoin '
won highest honors at the ,
through Cafetorinm: This; fewer were able to dress I Executive Board Meeting, 9:30a. : the conference in two or three Sprow says that school code Health Society\ and each memj j Putnam County Fat:. Darid's recent -- for: the Women's ,Miss9nry p. m. ..., s ..
: .. m., educational bldg. ; makes it "the ber was asked'to bring a gift : Circle.
principal's job
of
Course out.
was cute but the untorseen People come to games, after the school has had Ua
years entry not only won a,
funny part was when and leave at half-time, because Community Church; Men'sDinner to' make the decision" in such to the next meeting. :( .- .
chance to build strength. IIk
a blue
: up ribbon, but was also awarded :> .
6:30: p. educational, : matters Mrs. Christine Bartlett presented k---; I
they ran down the they hate to watch the
aisle slaughter
l .. wrong I Diametrically! opposed to this I devotional the Purple Rosette forbeing !
and had to change direction,i' of our boys. This has been a L bldg.Catechism suggestion is of Lovorn says the petitioners the opening j I( (,
a Keystone the
group Grand Champion of
Grades 1-6, St. and the business session was I .
.Vrhich meant the turkey: was 51 I constant worry for our Princijjpal fans, including 15 parents feel that "years of labor would 1961.
Chasing the Pilgrim Ever'oneenjoYE'd ] H. 'A. Sprow. He knows William's Church 3:45: p. m. be lost and irreparable dam- preceded by a covered dish
representing 17
boys on Weldon and E. S. Brantley
singing "Over the Riv-l i that the Conference teams we CAP Cadets, 7:30: p. m. Sky- I the KHS squad of around 20. age done" by withdrawal from luncheon.The .
we re business visitors in Pa-
tel. next meeting will beheld
errand Through the Woods,"} have played are too much for the conference at this time.
Headed
Richard Lovorn
j I : by ,
latka and last Thurs-
Art Class for children Dot December 6t when a turkey Lundy (
and "Come Ye Thankful People I the Indians but schedule was I i president of the Booster Club "We knew this season wouldbe
day morning.
Come" with little Johnny Gay I j made last year by his predecessor. Newman's 3:30: p. mArt i a petition signed by 79 tough," he said, "but feel luncheon 'is )planned by Mrs. I\
per Margaret Stuart of
as the song leader. No one would be happier Class for adults, 8 p. m. that next year we should be Mrs. Betty Godley, chairman' !
sons was submitted to the Clay I Giandin was shopping in Jack-
.IJJghl1 ht of the Sixth Grade to see the boys win than he- Dot Newman's.Teen ; able to win about 50. per cent I of the hostess committee.Mr. .
School Board at its i
County
sonville last Wednesday as the
part.. of the program was a but he realizes their short-corn Age Instructions, St.j j Kov. 13 meeting asking for intervention of our games." He said it was I and Mrs. W. V. Tibes of
guest of Mrs. Bertha Ward of
Williams, 7:15: m. I Bardwell, Ky. spent the weekend -
p em they had written them ings. p to the the parents' feeling that the I II j I (
Tuesday, Nov. 28 prevent I with their daughter and Keystone Heights. J
selves. Jt was entitled, "Thanks. The Boosters Club has done I school's withdrawal from Riv- boys were not greatly outclassed is''I
I H. T. Pierce of Bartow
Mass at St. William's son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. 1
giving Poem. and was read I 1!everything humanly possible to; 7:45I I erland. this year, except by i
visiting his son H. R. Pierce, I
by Marcia Haerstroh. Fortun-j build up school-spirit, and to a. m. three teams- Hastings, Bun- ; H. Berry.
Lovorn said that and family at their home in
Coun-
Woman's Club luncheon Clay \tr. and Mrs. Vance Powell
atejy. Glen Few, as Father j I advance the football schedule nell, and Father Lopez. i ,
I meeting, 1 p. m., Woman's ty School Superintendent H. C. and children are spending the Grandin.
Time, did very well with his They have put on benefits to Lovorn also! said that more
scythe although I Long and his board receivedthe :! week in Shelbyville, Ind. with Mrs. C. E. Sapp and Mrs.
everyone was finance the new bleachers and Club.Masonic than $7.000 had been spent on
holding his breath for a second I. the new fence around the field. Lodge Meeting, 8 petition and:! that a motion the football plant and facilities Mrs. Powell's relatives and Charles Kilgore and son, Rick- i

or two. The sixth grade children The Keystone Heights Lions p. m., Masonic Hall. was made and carried to write in the past two years and friends for Thanksgiving. ey of Palatka were calling on

are grateful to Mrs. Wil.I Club raised money for lighting Wednesday, Nov. 29 Mr. Sprow requesting that declared that withdrawalfrom Mr. and Mrs. William Borders Mrs. E. S. Brantley and chili j

liam; Waite who helped them the field. The men of Clay Two Men's Bowling Teams further action be delayed I the conference in the and sons recently visited dren Wednesday afternoon.Mr. 1

their while Electric bowl in Night Owl League, 7 pending investigation. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tison. and Mrs. Lamar Clough :
prepare program worked
hard face-'xrf
to put up I such b eking' would i) I
their tl'acherI.rs.. Mitchell, was I:'the lights. In fact, everyone in p. m. at Bowlero, in Gaines- To Meet Soon crmonstrate: "a lack of faith Ralph C son and daughter, of Gainesville spent,! Wednes-
ville. I Diana Jane, of Palatka visited
ill. I the community has done some Lovorn said it was his understanding in the school and its PQten-

:At the close of the program, thing to advance the athletic: Episcopal Junior Choir prac- that Long would set tial. j|I Mr. Cason's parents, Mr. and COURT

it was announced that there program, in one way or another. tice, 7:30: p. m. ;I 1 Mrs. E. M. Cason.- I!

were baby sitters in one of the Episcopal Church Senior really "have four votes." six people with china, linen, Mrs. Ruby Strickland and SHOE REPAIR i

iooms, ready to take care ofall t Mr. Choir practce, 8 p. m. Mrs. Carl Herring, another, and silyer, which most attrac- daughter Betty, have movedto
feels i
Sprow that
[young children during the I our Cottage Prayer ;Meeting teacher, got to her feet and I Waverly, Ga. 35 yrs. Experience PHONE _
I team would be better off if they tive.The i
business part of the meeting.We 7:30: p. m., Community Church reminded Mrs. Clemens that lovely new sewing machines Mrs. Joy Hinnant of Mid- 126 North Court St. I
were out of the Conference. He,
don't want to forget to like Parsonage. actually, she had no votes at all and fine large cutting dleburg is spending the week Starke, Florida WO
many others, feels that L 43101Office
mention the clever turkey fa Mr. Cherry was over-ambitious Thursday, Nov. 30 The decision, she said, was up tables were examined. I with her parents' ,. Mr. and -

vors that were on the Cafet rl- in the Duplicate Bridge Meeting, to Mr. Sprow. Mrs. Herring also Boosters To Sponsor Mrs. Howard Morris, recuperating .
getting team into the ,
um tables during the meeting. Conference. 10 a. m., Woman's Club. mentioned the fact that she Adult Football Game from surgery. .
Those on the other INSURANCEAutoFireCasualty '/
They were made from: apples, side of DeMolay Boys meet, 7:30, was appaled at the calibre of r On December 7, the Keystone Miss Kathryn Lewis, Mrs. .*
the fence feel that we I
gumdrops, raisins, tooth-picks, should continue in the Confer Masonic Hall.CommunIty. the "plays" her students had I Heights Boosters Club :; Leg re Bullard of Columbia and School Supplies

and olives and were. very ef ence. To that end, they have Church Choir written and turned in, reflecting will' sponsor a football game I! S. C., and Mrs. Mary Yarboroof Bonds and Allied Lines

fec 1ve. The murals"on the drawn up the above-mentioned Practice, 7:30: p. m. the sentiment that they r at the Reservation starting at { Mullins, S. C. spent the Reynolds Insurance .*.

Cafetorjura waUsV re very which heard at home, in regards to I 8 p. m- While this is not "pro-j weekend with Mr. and Mrs- A. ,}
petition was to circumvent
colorful, too:and all had bl'enl I the authority of the school of.' fessional" football, one might : C. Spires. Agency
the of I
Mr.
authority Sprow BRADFORD
done by the children-the favors ,' and be sent to School Superintendent said, they played "B" teams- ficials. She thought it was too call it "post graduate' foot- Mr. and MrsWalter Lee W. L. Reynolds I. County TELEGRAPH

and murals, that is. I' H. C. Long. Col.! An- and in the second place, they bad that people had said degrading 1 ball. The men from Keystonewill Paschall of Jupiter recently Ph. 2442 2701

Minutes of the previous eel-; !drewson hinted that he had not t lost quite a few games. Also,I things about, Coach I' play the men from Mel visited Mr. Paschall's'aunts, Keystone Heights, Fla.

. }ng were read by the secrctaij,, been approached with the she said, seven boys on the Mike Burdgess, who had done 1' rose. Admission will be $1 for': Misses Attie and! Anna Lee. I 'If.S

Mrs. Walter Andrewsen, and because he might tell petition th. team-who were then playingwere the best' he could with what he adults, 50c for students, and : Mrs. Juana Cowart and' sons .

approved. The treasurer repcrt-- I petitioner what he thought. He ineligible. The, former had to work with. She was in children under 12 can get in I visited Mr. and Mrs. Dock -

ed 'a. balance of $640.93 In the asked for other principal, she said, had asked I censed at those 'who had made Tison and family recently.
opinions. :Miss
Mansfield stood up and said sho her to change grades for the such remarks in the presence free.The Keystone lineup will be:: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Patterson, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. MELROSE

bank.Next tund-raisin project; ,would like to say some things football boys, and when she re of Coach Burdgess' expectantwife. L Dewayne Elder, QB; Townsend who recently spent 10 monthson ,

of the PTA will be in March 1, that had been bothering her fused, he himself went to the She, too, testified to the Strickland. E; Mike the Virgin Islands: are .

vat which time they will l sponsor: for some time. She said she was office and changed grades on changed grades on the permanent ,Hanks. HB; Barry Wyman, E; staying at Railey'sr' cottage.Mrs. 4 BUSINESS I '

'a'baked goods booth at the Clay "sick and tired" of people saying the permanent.-. -records.- -This I records in the office. Mike Redfearn, HB; Robert R.-Y. Cas n spent Friday !- DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE ;

Electric Day. '! 'we had a good team last was verified by Mrs. J. js. Summers :Mr. Tolford called on Mr. Menze' E; Lane, gibley, E; in Jacksonville.

,. President Charles Tolford':)'ear. In the first place, she: who, last year, was ask Sprow to give his views of the Buddy Goodyear, E; Carl Dar-I W. B. Calhoun of Gainesville ..

., t ed to go easy" on the footbaU sit atjon. Mr. Sprow said that den, G; Gabe Pelley, HB; Sidney visited relatives and SERVICE GAS BOTTLED

boys, grade-wise. (22 boys were .the most. who Jackson, FB; Roy Griff, friends In Melrose recently.Mr. f Winifred H.CRAWFORD. .

Mrs. Dick Lovorn, one of the have ever reported for football T; Hugh Hudson, C; Freddie and Mrs. T. M. Simmons Wheeler Service Co. Keystone Gas Co. I II

I authors of the petition, gave practice this year, and 17 boys Stephens.; Walter Harvey, of Fayetteville, N. C. I
: were the most ever dressed out few' with Mr. GR 5-2401 I 24 HOUR SERVICE I I Reg. Real Estate Broker
k her point of view, when challenged'by G; Ronald Colemn, G- spent a days I
____ CaL Andrews Mra. for a game this year. The last Bill [Geronimo] Belote will S1mm n's brother and. sister between Keystone and'MelroseserviCing' PHONE 4351 I Lake Properties Acreage -

Lovorn felt that the school program two games: we have had only coach the Keystone team, as? in-law, Mr. and- Mrs R. F. both areas Franchised' Distributor of I Ranches Business City'

I would not be complat 12 or 13 boy,'dressed out He. slated: by Mike Burdgess. Simmons. R. F. Simmons is WASHERS SAF-GAS I Homes .' Rentals .
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iIII
, liii S 'I'll U t II Iii -. ,- I without football, an4 as long as read a copy of the'letter. he Garden. Club Notes home after a' brief stay In the TELEVISION LUMBER "We Take A Personal Interest*
I
lull II I they were playing, they may as had written to the' SL. Johns! 'The G.ardeifcClubpf theej'iiklbeIr' I ILaIt I Gainesville Medical Center.: 0 ANYTHING ELECTRIC San Lebrydo In Your Requirements'Midway ;
:
( well play Conference games! because River Conference, explaining Winners! of the Duplicate Keystone Height <-
it ) Work
I : I If Shop I all work guaranteed servicIng -
situation Melrose
it added to the prestige our and asking that Meeting 'Tnday Nov.I I Bridge Club included the' following Lumber Co. :;:
I WI 1I I f we *e excused for a year or an ; I for place satisfied customers Hiway 21-Open SUDdaJl-
Li of the school. She pointed out 16, in mg Recreation : Tied: first ,!" We Specialize in Custom
N J Sf1)11th '
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I two,"unUl. we were better qualified. j since 47
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I that : Cook and Miss Iva
' no boys. got hurt playing Hall1'tIetesldent! Mrs. Bee 1 Mrs. Mary Cut Extn Lengths
I : rI I Conference games, due to the I He didn't want it on his Cooper!haiaprtvlcfusly attended ':. r Hillyer, and Miss Bessie Rutherford i I l\la.terIab. "

watchfulness of the.'ref ni conscience, he said tq let theseour'boys and Mrs. Pears 'I ';
II &stfM-meing! in-Jack- Mary U.; APPLIANCES V Cement Mortar Mix-! ,

13 Host of the injuries, she said,I have been go' on the To way date they &onv3le"m(October,_so site had Third place, Miss Sally Mans- I Sheet Rock:, Meet Your Friends -
doing he
occurred during practice. Foot- field and Mrs. Lucille Davie:
has had Even an interesting report to{make Redfearn'sAppliances :3IH1 on Hyw., 21 at Middkburr, atLawreiice's .
baU. she said, was what a boyneeded no reply. thoughwe after which the group, a4tjournefi : an4 Fourth place Mrs. Gilbert I Phone BU 2-5722 '

to work off his excess '.are not !n the conference, { fdr mncriednl'The : Alien and Mrs. Walter J. I. -, Dinette
we still have football '
can
energy, and satisfied a need hostess1, tt&S'Eba;;;; : Clemens, Grolick. HOTPOINT APPLIANCES MILLWORK COLD BEER GOOD FOODOPeflhla.rn.to9p.pi.

for friendly combat. It was'also games he pointed out. The Maytag. Washers and Dryers .

'} an incentive to keep up :hU Reservation- need not grow up Ep'TeIeshmei1tS .' 'ZenIthTV Keystone Mon.. thru Saturday .?*?

, .grades. Next year, we will havea in weeds' ;' as some people fear- After. ltbch. ,"ttrere... ", Jiworksh as* a complimented on the success SERVICE ON ALL MAKESKeystone Millwork Shop Closed Sunday ,;
fed. He : nn;a'-& Mrs.
1 said
: henS doin the
I ? the' affair
wi Senipr Class, and the boys of recent which was HeIghts, Phone'4252 Hiway 21-Keystone Height
he knew Cooper tQ: ad yance1 the artisttc CABINETS *
be'a only thing : to remedy DOORS
I will older '
Our Bank flhlIIfflhlIlTh year and more JM enjoyed by all. .
nifl ftal
the situation. use of SeTeralarrangemeiSts
WINDOW
k I I experienced. Since none of them of 'ii p): nqf" It_ was reported, that some BOATS FRAMES White Top Drive-fe
1 Offeri'Bh [I will be graduating, we will lose At ,the conclusion of the I br of the hydrant markings nave SCREENS

- Large \ 'k no players. We have a number meeting refreshments were rierf* their'pwn.The ; come off, and. the rest will be the 'BOAT Barn Trim Materials CHICKEN DINNER FOR $!."*

I lof Junior High boys'anxious, toget I $eryed in the nice new'kitchen, -meeting 9? the painted on. Sash Made To Order With This Ad '*

t I. and Small Loans on the team. too. She pointed .One tHome ..Economicsgirls club wftl'fce: pn December t8, MELROSE GB Keystone Heights Eat. H AU radios
.. I out that if the Indians didn't announced that everyone at 1:3 6"P-, :m. at the home of were reported 5-2701 Good Only *.

This' complete! J loan srY'ce makes it more convenient I remain in the conference, she was, Invited to Inspect the Mrs.$ .W. IIaMeUbergIIThe .! Corking' ; except No. 1 truck. PACKAGE STORE''j Fit, at.--Nov.; 3&4

! for you to borrow whenever you need any amount I would send her boy to anotherISChool Home. Economics JDjpp; ;. .to see Department Notes Ed Bennett win continue ocheck' i NRUDE'
for trouble and 'repair. ,Shaughnessy'sPACKAGE Open 11 A. M. To MldaltftRt
of money,. v and because we do handle large loans, [ next year., what. has- been. d.. -ne.- A num.-," I' The regular monthly busineSs !- ALES & 21 Bebprfgn Keystone &

wje, can offer a low interest rate. Always borrow Mrs. Lena Clemens got np! ber of the gina were on hantt. meeting 'of, the .ltCystone' Gene Williams! win see street SERVICE STORE, Mehtae

fromus. J$9;iCB 1 land echoed Mrs. Lvorn's'Argu.1ments dred in attractive .apronsthey Heights Volunteer, ftt De"parfrneht !- men about building up stepsto \LI\OPEN I ; 8 A. M.-12 P. M. DAILY -_ -.Fh ;ne---G3 5.2481J

p mentioning\ the fact that bad made in sewing I was held at the Fire stop flooding. la the recre- If :CLOSED SUNDAYS WELL DRILLING

\ THE KEYSTONE BANK she was the only: (one who had I class: They served as guides,I! Station. on: ,:TuesUay Nor. 7.1 i tin. room. I I t Keystone Melrose Highway .

STATE : two boys Ofl the'team.: She too, and pointed'out\ the iqteresjng j;! President Everett Pox called It was voted; .ta blow the I FLORIST -!i I REAL ESTATEC. wpri DRILLING

Would send her boys tp another13ch331 ::1 1 I things such as the new; washer!f the"meeting tq order at.7:30: fi tp t siren each Saturday at ,noon.J h I PUMPS

1EMUER' FJXI.C. if .we do not remain |n I: and dryer. the 'flne comb!- in. Sixteen members were I j Lew Muir discussed radiological : Edna Williams J. Pete O'Connor S SEBvroz

.- A '! $ndlBank4n-iFziendIy Community the confer nee. '|o,'. conclusion; nation refris. ratQr.- ei;}'present: 13"Vere absent, rl} instruction, and will FLORISTNURSERYPLOWEP.s REALTOR

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Keystone Heights, Fla. she said that since herboy's the largai douUe-sink7' thej which number one was sick start clases in about one REAL ESTATE MATHEWSWell

father was dead, she' sh'ould I various appliances and uten-t another excused. I month. It was felt that as For AH Occasion MORTGAGES APPRAISALS Drilling .

J slls- There was.a table set for Tbe party roniinlttpg was i. .(contblie4'on. next pga Udrose Phooa;.GB 5-2331 Keystone Eeigbts, Fbom 4297 I MELROSE: GB '65101r
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*. PAGE TWELVE I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
STARKE, FLORIDA .
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, '$ . lift of critical medical supplies on Saturday, Dec. 2, startingat trip together. Peggy says that ,, lraytr and Sermon List Sun- 'YYyyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyi I with Mrs T. F.Brown: Sunday to a cottage at Sunl. .nd Train-

KEYSTONE and aerial observationsto 10 a. m. Luncheon will be she had no luck in California,I I!Gay, Holy Communion. 6 p. visitors with Mrs. Brown also ing Center Gainest Je, where 4ITrAExecutive:
detremine nature and extent served at but in Utah she six-I.
noon. got a m. Ep1copal.Young- Church-
HAMPTON were Mr. and Mrs. Frank they are both employed.
HIGHLIGHTS of damage. The membership has accepted point buck and a doe.. She I! Brown of Jacksonville.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs Jeff Green Jf
I The Keystone Heights CAP with regret.the resignation also went deep-sea fishing in I men.Holy Days -' :30 a. m. Holy and Mrs. Glenn McIntosh -! Andrews, Ind- with

.'. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. .. *. Cadets have been studying jet of Mrs. Henry Mickle, who, the Pacific, and caught such Communion. By Airs. D. E. HillWVVYYTyyYyyyyyyyyyyy have moved to Palm ,I! relatives here.are visiting I

.; %/ "From: Preceeding Page] engines and::! theory of flightat has been a fine president. First I queer fish-she was afraid to I Third Wednesday Parish Beach:where Mr. Mclntosn is i
I their meetings. A visitor at Vice President, Mrs. Julius take them off her hook! Peg- I Among those wno attendedthe :
Covered
# <* Dish Supper 6 or 6:30: now .emploYed.
,\ ". many: firemen as. possible the Monday evening meeting Hanson will assume her duties.St. gy has been gone since Labor p., in.FIRST. Do Christmas Mailing Early Visiting at 'the George Wil- I open house at Sunlandj
Nov. 20 Anne's EpiscopalThe Day. She makes her home with j Training Center Sundav from
X'should participate. was Chaplain Phipps With less. than,five weeks liams home on Wednesdayand
.... CAP Notes of the. Raiford State Prison. Union Thanksgiving her sister and brother-in-law,!I left before Christmas, mail Thursday last week were i: Hampton were Mrs. Vernon j

f fcvThe Florida Wing of the Square Dance CancelledThe Service for Keystone Heightswill Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Haertle. on BAPTIST CHURCB packages and cards early to be Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Bowman j I Forsyth, Mrs. H. F. Jones I

"* Civil Air Patrol will hold its Square Dance scheduled be held at St.>Anne's Episcopal Silver Lake. I KEYSTONE HEIGHTS sure of delivery before the of Rosalee. Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. Reba Green, W. P. Mc :

: first Statewide Civil Defense I for Dec. 2, by the Boosters Church this year, at 9 Major and Mrs. Bert Christ- holiday, Mrs. Mary Williams, Mrs. Tom Matchen of Holly- ,: Elroy and daughters, and Mr. :

Exercise on Saturday Nov. 25,I I Club has been cancelled. How- a. m., Thursday, Nov. 23. The offers entertained on Sunday, J. R. Smith pastor, Ralph I postmistress, reminded this wood, Ala. and Mrs. Jerry Hansen. i
: service will be conducted by Nov. 19, with a turkey dinnerat Copeland, Minister of Music. I
from noon till 5 p. m., to test i ever, the Boosters will hold a week. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Slade .
its capability to assist Civil I Fish Supper on Friday even- Rev. Fred Yerkes with lessons their home on Lake .nd church organist. I Since Hampton is a third I and family and Mr. and Mrs. Symptoms of Distress Arising from

: Defense Directors. CD at both ing. read by Dr. A. C. Holt of the Geneva. Guests included Mrs. Services: Sunday School 9:45: class postoffice. larger packages -I Rothelle Jones and daughterwere STOMACH ULCERS'

state and county levels has re- Woman's Club Notes Community Church. The sermon Christoffers' mother, Mrs. Ann I 1 L_ m. Morning Worship(10:50: ( : weighing up to 70 pounds fishing Sunday at Ockla- EXCESS ACID Chair

quested CAP to perform 62 Nov. 28, Tuesday, at 1 m. will be delivered by Rev.J. Lachovitch; Major Christof- A. Training Union, 7:00 p.,I I may be mailed here, when waha. DUE TO
:- missions. p. R, Smith of the First Bap- fers' mother Mrs. Bert Christ- m. Evening services 8:00: p. QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST 60.45
Most of these will be is the regular monthly cover- they can't be at first class Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McElroyand . i
for u airborne radiation measurement ed-dish luncheon of the Wom tist Church. The Junior Choir offers, Sr., Mr. and Mr Chuck m. You are invited to share I postoffices. All packages children were Jacksonville i I A = <'-o<'<----';' I
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to confirm fallout an's Club. Ray Chance will be and the Senior Choir of St. Newman; and Mr. ana Mrs. family Prayer time with us. should be securely wrapped, visitors Saturday.Mr. $ = tI! I See It Try It

'* patterns, and airborne obser- unable to speak at this meet- Anne's will combine voices for Bill Terry. and zone numbers used in the and Mrs.,Wilson May of' -1 >r Over five usJUioo packages el the ;

: rations of evacuation routes ing, but Albert Bachmann will this impressive service. The various members cl the addresses. Mrs. Williams recommended Gainesville visited here Sunday -i, for WtLLAKO rebel ot symptoms TREATJMENThavebeensotd of distress ansmg from :
to determine traffic conditions be the guest speaker in his The monthly Parish Supper Christoffers family will gatherat COMMUNITY CHURCH the use of black- with Mrs. Horace May and ttMiueh and Dowteiul Ufcm: doe to Ei- ,

\: Other missions will be place. which was held at St. Anne's the home of Mr. and Mrs. KEYSTONE HEIGHTSDr. ink felt marking pens for ad- Mrs. Minnie Mariconny. I CMsActdwDf St.ffi.cth PW lfI MtiofiSMirccUpMtWiHanP ,ItNrtIaunI,LIMPhui Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH

to airlift key CD personnel todisaster The Woman's Club Annual Parish House Wednesday Chuck Newma'n for their dressing packages, saying that Mrs. O. D. Gay of Dunnellon ...etc..due to Ese.-Add.Askfor :
A. C. Holt, Minister spots, emergency air- Christmas Bazaar will be held night Nov. 15, brought.out the ,Thanksgiving Dinner. Mrs. the Ivge clear markings make visited here on Wednesday and ,.I home treatment-IrM-it __
I largest crowd ever to attend Newman is the former Dot Mrs. James L. Hetherington, handling much easier and Thursday last week with theJ.
I such an event. Approximately Director. CANOVA PHARMACY -
I Christoffers.ST. Organist and quicker. W Homes. :
100 eager eaters enjoyed the Richard Cushman, Youth Dir. Christmas cards, unsealedand Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mosher KOCH DRUG STOREAMBULANCE Nii

!r' delicious turkey dinner, to the ANNE'S EPISCOPAL Sunday School, 9:45 am.. without writing other plan to spend the Thanksgiving -I
gratification of hostesses, CHURCH. KEYSTONE than signatures, may be mailed holiday in Mississippi with,
Mrs. Velma LeMee, Mrs. Amy Sundays::30 a. m. Church Morning Worship, 11 a. m. for three cents, but regular relatives.Mr. SERVICEPHONE

NoW! McElrath, and Mrs. Billic Benson School. 9:30: a. m. Morninc Young People, 7 p. m. four-cent postage is requiredfor and Mrs. Donald Mc- 964-2600
i who were assisted by Mrs. Mahone
all sealed cards or those and son are planningto
: Mary Cook and Mrs. Nell with handwritten notes. move next week to Keystone DeWitt C. Jones Funeral: Home

King. ''TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNEWS Party Honors Two Heights from Punta Gorda,! DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director I

'.", New Vertsymen elected fora OF INTEREST TO COLORED Misses Kathy and Joyce where Mr. McMahone has Starke, Fla. '\
.. three-year term were Carl Conklin were honored with a been transferred with the r
Benson, Gay Livingston, and CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy RENTAL SERVICES
birthday party at the Milton Florida Highway Patrol. Mrs.
Hospital Beds Wheel Chairs, Crutches
George Phelps.St. ,
Mosher home Saturday even- McMahone is the daughter of
.". William's News [ Elizabeth Givem ing, Nov. 18. Approximately 30 Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson. .

The ladies of St. William's LA A A ALA A A LA ALAL AAA A LA AL AAAAA LA AAAAAAAAAAAAAA guests were present for games Mr. and Mrs. Free Hall of -
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"1[. Altar Society are continuingtheir outdoors, opening of gifts, and Gainesville and their daughter -I
Sf J Rummage Sale throughthis RecreationThe at Hobe Sound Fla. refreshments, including birth- Mrs. Frances Hansley of
_j.7tpt Saturday in the store City Recreation Department -' Her church membership was day cake. Savannah, Ga. visited here on! [
I .1 room next door to Keystone invites all teen- I at MtMoriah Methodist
Joyce Conklin was 15 on Thursday last week with Mr.
: Barber shop Their motto is agers to attend the hop for Church Rev. L. H. McLendon
\ I Ilt November 11, and ,KathyConklin's and Mrs. V. J. Slade.
.. J holiday entertainment.Come pastor, where she served faith- I II I
"Nothing over lOc! Come in your I' birthday was November Mrs. Dick Hinson and Mrs.
[ and see what a dime will buy. and bring your friends. fully in the following offices:
tr: I 21, when she was 16. Clyde Hersey were Gainesville I
,. The Altar Society met for its and enjoy an evening of fun Chairman of Bpard No. 1 Lady I
Mrs. M. W. Parsons of New shoppers on Wednesday last
to the tune of favorite ; Secretary of Chris-
regular monthly business your Stewards week
i Richmond, Ohio arrived Sun- NATURAL
records. Music will be providedby tian Social Relations and Local -
meeting on Monday, Nov. 20,
: day for a visit with Mr. and Thanksgiving day guests expected -
at 7:30: in the recreation hall, Clarence Williams, and you Church Activities; and an Mrs. Lonnie Melton and family at the Don Hill home

,.. with Mrs. Lena Clemens pre- may bring your own records. active member of the Church near Hampton and other include Mr. and Mrs. "A. P.
sidingIt They will be returned to you School Adult Division. She Melton relatives. Mills and children of Miami Dependable EconomicalPHONE
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lt m'It was decided to make Mon- after the hop. was also treasurer for both Mrs. Ruth Mills of Jacksonville -
Miss Patsy Warren of
the Church School and Wornen's -
day, Dec. 11, a working meet- School News Starke spent last weekend with and Mr. and Mrs. M. R. 964-1301 NIGHT 964-2411
<<. ing, at which time the closets There will be a basketball Society of Christian Ser- Misner aid children of
and kitchens and Sacresty will game that you should not miss vice until her passing. She was her brother-in-law and sister Gainesville. CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.
Mr. and Mrs. Howell Wil
be cleaned. when the Bradford Hawks of also present and on time at
Mr.and Mrs. Don Pearson:
liams.
t Mrs. Sutton was pleased Starke meet the Gilbert Dukesof all meetings.Her wise counselwas
.. with the proceeds of the card Jacksonville Wednesday given with spiritual fervor Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope of of JSt. Petersburg were week-

party held at the LeBlanc night, Nov. 22, at 8 p. m. in when needed. Eau Gallie spent last weekend end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.
M.Matchett, and Mrs. Pearson GLASS That's Our Business
r with their son-in-law and
home this month. the RJE gym. Everyone Invited She leaves :to mourn her and
-- W"P L : Miss Anna McCullough reported to attend. death a husband, 'Stephen daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Mrs. Matchett were _ _ "If It's Glass We Have It"
; on the progress madein Club News Singleton; four 'sons,' Levi ward Saxon, and family. Gainesville visitors Monday.Mr. CALL WRITE or VISIT
and Mrs. ,
FranK Wolfred
.. cataloging books in the The Carnation Social Club Singleton of Hastings; J. Mrs. Daisy Johnston of FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S
f. Library in the Pastor's Sutdy. sponsored a dance last Friday Singleton. Miami Springs; Dallas, Texas visited here Sr. expect to move next week
; Your TELEGRAPH Is Mrs. Bee Cooper reported ona j night which was a grana suc- Rev. Daniel Singleton, Jacksonville ) from Thursday until Tuesday GLASS CO.NOT
J j cess. Everyone I highest bidder on sale and the j .
Deanery Convention she experienced an| ; and Stephen Single- balance of
purchase
price
: : to
available on 32 news standsin had attended. I enjoyable time, and: the music I ton Jr.. Jensen Beach; three j Track 103: feet, thence Westerb ; be paid to the Commissioner ( INC.)
Mrs. Margaret LeBlanc won was grand. Featured as vocal-i daughters, Mrs. Edith English parallel with Center Street 21C 1 within twenty four hours of "
|I ffet, thence Southerly and parallel I the sale, all pursuant to paid "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.
Starke and the floating prize-a lovely ist was our own Coach Bradleyof Suwannee' Valley; Miss E. V. with the said SAL Railroad Final Decree and to the Decree a We Design Modern Store Fronts
surrounding African Violet. RJE High School. We -are Singleton Starke and Mrs. I Track 105 feet, thence Easterl of Sale ,rendered herein on the
and parallel with Center Street 3rd day of November, 1961.A. I -- Just Mail Us A Pattern For
trade After adjournment, cocoa grateful for the attendance.- Emma Holland, Hobe Sound; I 210 feet to>> the Point of Begin I J. Thomas ,
area. and cookies were served by I Mrs. Alma Jenkins repoiter- one brother, Elder James Hood ning. Guy Andrews I, Table Tops
to the highest and best bidder' C. A, Futch
I I hostesses, Mildred: Sutton and New Arrival of Winter Park; 17 grandchildren : for cash, and the deposit of Commissioners in Partition I 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
Margaret LeBlanc. Father It's a girl! Yes, on Nov. 15 and three great, grandchildren $100.00 will be required of the I 11-16 2t 11-23

EACH Daugherty arrived in time for at 9:25: p. m. this little girl : -- --- - .,

1 005 refreshments.The was born to Mr. and Mrs. Funeral services will be held II .

WEEK Readersget Hayride sponsored by Johnnie Brown. The mother I at 2 p. m. Sunday, Nov. 26, in
St. William's Altar Societywas I will be remembered as Miss' Mt. Moriah Methodist Church. AREA BUSINESS DIRECTORY

a success last Friday even- Betty Jene Jenkins. Rev. and Burial rites will be in the
ing. Twenty-five Mrs. Jenkins are of
youngsterswere proud cemetery under direction of I

their in this quick convenient aboard the truck which their first granddaughter. Little Hughes & Chestnut, morti- 11111 'I ---. 'III I
paper Shunna Kua --
drove off in all sorts of di- Brown was cians.

Way-:from one of our carrier boys, or ections for about two hours. born in Bradford County Hos- AUTO GLASS AUTO SALES & SERVICE.I FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN
Chaperones were Mrs. Jean pital. Mother and daughterare --

from :their favorite newsstand. Fox and Mrs. Lena Clemens.At both back home and do- In Eighth The Circuit Judicial Court Circuit.Of The I. Crane Motor Co. Rush's Tractor Co.

the conclution of the ride, ing fine.Church. And For Bradford County Mauldin's Inc. Beckum's Opticians

More readers now prefer to get their paper in this the group returned to the recreation News Gordon Florida. In Chaarcry LARK,-. ANGUAENGLISH -
Thompson Chevrolet. Beckum R.
Undsey L.
than receive it through the mail. In hall to enjoy hot Mount Pisgah AME Junior Inc., Plaintiff. vs. Cleone M: Auto Glass FORD NEW HOLLAND O.
way order to
.r.JI' chocclate and cookies. Church is sponsoring the Dowling: and EL J. Dowlins, her, ALLIS CHALMERSMASSEYFERGUSON Lenses Duplicated -

: serve you better, you will find The Telegraph wait. The Altar Society is gratefulto Thunderbird: Quartette from AMENDED husband. Defendants.NOTICE OF SALE COMPLETE STOCK CURVED Authorized Sales &; Service Artificial Eyes Prenriptlons

ing for you each week at the following places,- Roy Tyre who loaned his Williston in a program at 7:30p. : the Notice undersigned is hereby Commissioners given that- GLASS "Complete Service for AllMakes" Farm Filled Promptly
Equipment And
I truck. m. Sunday, Nov. 26. Everyone appointed by the Final Decree -
Personals is invited to attend and herein entered on the :25!; Windshield & Door Glasa 506 E. University Ave. TractorsFR 22 W. University PR 6-3511 (
day of October, 1961 will nell 6-1385
Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. R. E.I help these young people. at public outcry during the Replaced In Any Make FR 2-4251 Gainesville Fla.
Starke I Lambert and children have Bethlehem Free Will Bap- legal hours of sale on the 27th Car Or Truck Gainesville, Fla. Archer Rd. Gainesville
i > Lawtey day of November, 1961!! !, at the
purchased one of the new tist schedule: all activities
South front door of the County Glass
We Handle Safety
"Buck's Grocery Shuford's Service Sta. I l Wallenius homes on Lakeview start at 7:30.: Monday, Faithful Courthouse. in Starke. Rradford I GARDEN SUPPLIES POWER SAWSMeCULLOCH

'City Fish, Mkt. Priest's Service Sta. Drive, and will live there for Few Club. Tuesday, Senior lands County and Florida tenament, the** situate following in FR 6-2558 COMMERCIAL

,:Coney Island Oscar Carter's :Store year or so, as Cmdr. Lamberthas Choir. Wednesday, Prayer Bradford: County. Florida, towit I 1314 8. Main Gainesville REFRIGERATION Johnson & Paris,

.Farmers I been recalled to duty. Mrs. Meeting. Thursday Woman's A one-half acre in Southeast AUTO SALES & SERVICE Ine.Complete .
Supply Heilbronn : Lambert is the daughter of Home Mission and Junior corner of West one-half of I CHAIN SAWS. i ,
Block 1 South Of Range 2 Westof
'Tanner's Service Stat Reddish's Store Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wallen- practice. Friday, Prayer Band. Simon J. Temple's Subdivisionof Refrigeration Line of NEW-USED SALES
'' ',Suwannee Store'ayne's ius. Saturday night, I can Circle. lands at Temple's Mill and IMPERIAL CHRYSLER SEEDSPLANTS- SERVICEFlorida
New River 1 Youth Hour will being more particularly described PLYMOUTH VALIANT FERHLIZERSInsecticides
:Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann left be observed
\% Superette as follows, to-wltt. Service Co. .
Albert MootyMaxville Sunday for Camden, Tenn. I at 7:30: p. In. Sunday when Beginning at the Southeast Authorized Sales Parta -Pet Supplies Saw Co.

Andrews Drugs where she will spend the Rev. Robert Dell will deliver Block corner 1 of South said West Range one-half 2. West ol, Service Sidney'Leopold, Owner 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders'
WinnDixieSetzer's Thanksgiving Holidays with the message-Miss Mary Mc- thence running Northerly par- 224 N. W.. 8th Ave. FR f-ftlll
\ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski Bride, reporter. Rev. Louis allel with the SAL Railroad HawesPowersMotor Commercial Refrireraiinn FR 20476Gainesville. 2538 N. EL 19th Dr.

Edwards Harris Store r and children. The Pawlikow- McKay pastor. Air Conditioning Fla. Gainesville
Grocery ski's are former Keystoners, Allen Chapel AME Church. Co. Frfcidaire Ice Makers

Pinehurst Grocery Raiford I and everyone who ever knew Rev. I> A. Sampson pastor, FR 2-2561 Sold And Serviced Anytime LADIES WEAR

"I j 'Dahmer'sMitchell's Rahn's Grocery them will know that Gladycewill will observe the first quarterly 204 N. Main, Gainesville Gainesville PR 2-8392 SPORTING GOODSThis

: Drug Store get the best kind of conference this Sunday, starting Used Cars 312 N. Main Heights! FR 6-7700 Cherry's

CanovaXPharmacyKoch's Brookerr Thanksgiving dinner! I with Sunday School at FR 6-3400 Area's 3Iwt Complete Line
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. O'Connorand 9:45: with Fannie Bell Frazierin Gainesville's Most Fashionable of Sporting Goods at

: DrugBradford Green's Store children will spend! charge. Rev. W. P. Jenkins. LINCOLN MERCURY CONCRETE PRODUCTS Address For Ladies

County TeleHighland Thanksgiving in Sarasota with Presiding Elder of Lake City COMET FIAT -- RENAULT DRESSESSUITS -COATS Jimmie Hughes, Inc. I

: graphKeystone Mr. O'Connor's parents Mr. District will be in charge of ACCESSORIES 1113 %V. University Gainesville
Griffis Store and Mrs. M. A. O'Connor.Mrs. the services at 11 a. m. and 6 Authorized Sales Service! INSIST THAT ALL YOUR 105 W.
University, Gainesville
... Lena Clemens and sons p. m. Parta CONCRETE PRODUCTSARE
Graham SHOES
Heights John and George Allen will All members are asked to THE BEST FROM
Rivers Store leave for Lake Worth. West pay the class leaders and all Trained Mechanic* Good MOVER

Belote's DrugWalker's Palm Beach, and Miami' after boards are asked to make their Used Cart Edwards Building Gainesville Bob's Shoe Store
Service Sta.Theressa the Bunnell game on Wednesday reports Sunday nightThe

Candy's Servi e Sta.Child's Store evening, to spend Thanks- Junior Choir meeting I Barkley Motors Supply, Inc. MayflowerLOCAL Shoes for The Entire Family

Brinson'sLake giving with relatives and each Monday at 5 p. m. All 615 N. Mala. Gainesville FORTUNE FOR MEN
9 friends. They will make their parents are asked to send their 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 AND LONG CILU151 SET FOR WOMEN,

Kingsley Lake Butler headquarters with George's children to meeting. B. & G. Motor Co., Gainesville Fla. DISTANCE MOVING : WELL FOR CHILDRENBags

j Tomlinson-Maines God-parents. Mr. and Mrs. Girl Scout' meeting each' Inc. Storage And Crating Mfflinery-nAccessories

.;> One.St p-l\lart Drug Store ,I George Blais. of Lake Worth. Thursday. 3 p.in. All Girl -w- Gainesville FR 6-5224 21 W. University, GainesviJb

'a Mr. and Mrs. Gary Abel of Scouts axe asked to attend. TTTTJ.MAMOLDSMOBILE ELECTRIC MOTORS -

See It Sooner Chicago were dinner guestsof Mrs. Lula A. Singleton --CADILLAC -

Mrs. Lena Clemens'and Claimed By Death Authorized Sates Service -| MUSIC SUPPLIES .YARNS-TOYS

eons in, Hillcrest Wednesday Mrs. Lula Anna Singleton q --.
: On The Newsstands! Parts Electric Motor
evening, Nov. 15. The Abels well known and respected citizen Lillian Music Store .f .r.*. -

were visiting friends in the ,of Bradford County, died I'R515 Repair Co. "Gainesville Leader Time ,to Lay-4i for
; BRADFORD COUNTY Starke vicinity. Mrs. Abel b Nov. 16 at :Bradford County Stenographer'sPosture '... 115 S. w. Second Gainesville! Since 193 Christmas

I the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hospital. She was born at Chair VOLSSWAGSY OF.GAINESVILLE INC. Jack and
I Wedekind, and the Abels and Lawtey on April 25, 1836 U ERAKAYER WINTER- JillOpen'

the Wedekinds were former the union of the .late Aesau 32.95 Sales .Sendee Parts COMPLETE ELECTRIC: CABLE
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: TELEGRAPH I PIANOS PIANORGANS 9'M On Fridays"
residents of Hillcrest. and Jane Bright. Miller-Brown' Motors MOTOR '
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I Miss Peggy Payne returned She was married to Mr. ""' .. ..._.""...: ; EALB3 AND SERVICE I, .-;.:edIeworkNoUou Of'Yarns"
-- IB Drams Sheet
Guitars -
: SERVING I home Friday morning from C. "Distributor of
STARKE AND AREA Stephen Singleton in 1887 and Music
'* Free
New Lincoln Motet'SF& Instructions
her annual hunting trip In 'FB2-K32
they moved to Starke from .
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SINCE 1879 ,. T 2-8311 Budgets ToyeCa m S Dolls _
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the national parks Lawtey and have lived here --ioao E..University ATS.GainesvIUs .'" .' FR
forrda and ,Utah., Peggy and since that. time, .with .the: exception &&dford Cotmty .. .1989 8. Main, Gainesville 6-5931 .HobhiN
112 S. E. First Gainesville .
... a ner two sisters were on this of seven >year -zp.n '- 623 w. University, Gain&villflJ

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