Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 30, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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i CxS s 4 It's Bolles. In, The Bowl I

Jacksonville Bolles has accepted All-City team, one of whomis over the invitation. teams as Dupont, ,Paxon. Register "You have to have a Starke's by about 20 poundsper the bowl and should give

e: i an Invitation to play I the city's highest scorerwith The blue and ,orange Cadetsall Bishop Kenny, and Ketter- football team to do that." man. Starke a very good game," he
r Bradford High's undefeated:! 91 points.. but ruined the Tornadoes' linus of St. Augustine. They They also lost to Macclenny "They play wide open foot- further stated.

Tornadoes in the annual I Mac McGriff, bowl game first undefeated season in have lost to Fletcher of Jack- 21-0. but their star back ball, have a real good backfield Besides Johnson whose 15TD's
Strawberry Bowl game here chairman, made the announce- history in last year's final regular sonville, Beach Terry Parker, left half Billy Johnson, was
and score most of their and single] extra point
Saturday December 9. ment which set the clash Mon-
season contest when and Macclenny. The bowl out of the line-up with in-
1 The Cadets compiled a 7-3 day. It is the Cadet's first post Starke edged them 19-18. bound Cadets bested Ketter- juries. The Cadet average is touchdowns on long runs" got him an All-City berth, the

\\WtWM record this year and placed season bowl contest he said, This season, however the linus 13-0 and according to approximately 185 pounds, McGriff said. "They are really Cadets have an All-City guard

three players on Jacksonville's and their team is very elated Cadets have won over such Tornado Coach Lennard .McGriff said better than happy over being invited to I in Ray Soloman.


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Starke'g business district took on an added Christmas atmosphere -
| this week as store fronts and lamp posts were decked -,
out in bright banners proclaiming "Merry Christmas" and II Official County Publication Established In 187BSTARKE .

| "Seasons Greetings.* Jimmy JDovart Is the the
man on ladder
doing the decorating.
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t Merchants Plan Including ''Rock IN DEPUTY SLAYING. Starke Police 'HendreithOn Free

I $125,000 Released To Prison Reddish Trial I

Chief Receives

, Christmas Fun I F To Renovate Three Buildings Phone Murder CountJ.

I Due In February ThreatsSeveral
"} Plans for a series of pre-the first adult person touch- $125,000 was released to the stalled. W. [Duke] Hendreith, strengthen his plea of self-de-

. Christmas fun festivals on ing the cash register in the State Prison at Raiford Tues The rock built in 1913 will threatening phone Lawtey Negro, was found not fense. I

Friday nights starting Decem- store after the alarm sounds day for the renovation of the be repainted inside The trial of Joe Reddish of calls have been received by guilty in Circuit Court here Odell Hudson, described as
ber 8.were announced this week will be given a silver dollar. main cell block laundry and I and out toiford. who was indicted for Starke Police Chief WilliamE. Wednesday of murder in the Hendreith's,"girl friend" testi-

by Starke merchar ta. Hot dogs and Cokes will be another building to be made all windows will be replaced first degree murder in the J Rosser as a result of his death of Clarence Morgan, an- fied that the black knife belonged -

The' opening event is billedas sold in the business district at into a minimum security section new wiring will be installed shotgun slaying of a Union :4 crackdown on bootleggers in other Lawtey Negro last Au- to Hendreith and that

a "Silver Dollar Late Show" a combination price of a dime. according to Warden De- and central shower facilitieswill County deputy and his assist- ': the city. gust 25.Claiming. she had used it at times tQ

.'.between 7 and 9 p. m. Friday, There will be Christmas music Witt Sinclair. be provided.All ant last May, will be held in The chief said he received self-defense. Hen- clean his fingernails.Joe .
DeC.. 8, and will coincide with and Santa Claus will arrive in The warden said that State work February. The announcementwas .M three anonymous calls Tues- dreith testified that he shot Walker, another Lawtey
the arrival of Santa Claus in town at 7 p. m. with candy Comptroller Ray Green told will be done with made
Starke. prison labor. Monday by n. day night, November 21, between Morgan, believing that his life (Continued on Page Six)
for the children. him yesterday that the money Judge George L. Patten at the 1:30: and 3 a. m. "Leave was in danger after he and
Cooperating Starke stores Other entertainment featuresare had been released in a cabinet opening of the fall term of the whiskey alone or youll Morgan had argued over a
will feature "super" Late Show planned for late-shopping meeting in Tallahassee Tues- 344 QualifiedFor Circuit Court in Union County. be killed," said the unknown gambling debt. He said that New Press Box
Specials to be offered the public parties on all Friday nights day morning. It is a portionof State
Attorney T. E. Dun- caller, according to Rosser. Morgan "fumbled in his poc-
only between the hours of!before Christmas. I $190,000 appropriated by Lawtey's can had read a letter from After the third call, the chief ket, and raised his arm in a To Be In UseTomorrow
7 and 9 p. m. on December 8. I The is invited to the
public come! state legislature in their the Department of the Navy said he removed the receiver threatening 'manner as he
Silver dollars will also be out and join in the fun-fill last session specifically for stating that a State witness ., Night/
Tuesday Vote from its cradle so he could get [Hendreith] pressed for pay-
o given away by the stores during -:up on hot dogs listen to the: repair and addition to the James Brantley Fraser of Mac- to sleep. ment of the debt.
the two-hour period. Each:music, see Santa, Claus, take three buildings. E E.r
clenny, was scheduled to be
The occurred
I Rosser and Mayor Randall shooting on A new press box has been
cooperating store will set an advantage of the special 'LateI I Sinclair said the mam cell Lawtey has 344 registered returned to the states on Feb. Chitty have begun a campaignto Canal Street off State Road erected at Bradford Stadiumand
alarm clock to go off at Intervals Show" bargains and block or "rock" the in-
-maybe as voters, qualified to cast bal- 10 for
a discharge from the
rid the city of bootleggers.Six 225 in the Negro settlementeast will be in use when the
from 7 to 9 p m., and win a silver dollar! mates call it. will receive extensive Navy. According to the letter of Hendreith said
lots in next Tuesday's city places were raided by the Lawtey. Tornadoes meet Lake City in
repairs and that the election. This is a slight gain he is now serving in the medi- entire police force on Friday he had started to Starke, saw the last regular season game

Land Sales Total $162,000In laundry will be enlarged. The over the number qualified last terranean. November 17, and two arrests Morgan in Anice Cohen's yard here Friday night.A .
laundry is presently processing year. Duncan said the State had resulted. Starke Negress Car- and called him over to the car. project of the Quarter-

38,000 pounds of clothing per Electors will vote at the not been able to bring Reddishto ..- rie Small was sentenced. to a When'Morgan raised his arm back Club the new box is 20

County During Past Month week "but needs io be doing Lawtey city hall from 7 a..m. trial because of the unavailability fine of $502.50 or 15 days in Hendreith testified that he feet long by eight feet wide
: much more than that" the to 7 p. m. for.'the following of Fraser, who was Joe Reddishout jail last week in Mayor's Court [Hendreith] slid over on the and will seat 25. The interior

warden 'said. More equipment candidates for office: working at a nursery near the .for possession of moonshine car seat reached into the glove of the box is complete but it

Bradford County land transactions -| thy Robins to State of'Flori- for the laundry has already For Mayor: Charles R. Shu- Redjijsh house at Raifordwhere'Union into the yard., took Croft's, ,whiskey. compartment, took out a P-38 will be used tomorrow night

totaled' $162,200 during da. ,5.18,,acres of land .2700. been purchased.The ford incumbent: M. L. Turner County Deputy pistol re-entered the. house Mike Klondes, whose resi- pistol and fired at the man without the exterior siding
the period from October 15 Cal-Ky Oil Company, Ken- third building to be W. P. Kemp. Hal Croft. and Ronald Jack- dence is on West Brownlee who owed him money. which won't be added until
a and shot himself in the'chest.
through, November 22, accord- tucky corporation, formerly renovated is the small star- For Marshal: 8-. D. Harley. son were slain as. they soughtto Street was hit In the same II Dr. P. G. Felos testified that .Saturday.morning.

Ins to deeds ,filed in the officeof Standard Oil Company, to shaped structure on the Brad- incumbent; Mitchell Brown D. serve.a.warrant on Reddishon Reddish 40, was in. a critical'oI"i' ..,-- raid" for" the second, time I the bullet ,entered Morgan'sleft All the labor was done by
the County Clerk Charles Standard Oil Company, a ford County side of New River, 'E;; Boatright, Carl VanZant. another charge. condition In a. Starkehospitalfor ; within- three .weeks. He. .was side "likely pierced the member of the Quarterback

; Datb transfer of assets:.in Bradford formerly used as the maximum' i ioi"* Clerk: Ethel Reddish, Reddish is still in, the hospital 1 ... ,seyeral.days. .He.;. ,was, later fined $502.50*In-the,.first case. heart,". .wasdeflected.upwardemerging : : Club and some material-!.iIli( ala. I
I Prices 'ot'' transactions are County;,$33,000-:; -" security unit ;before. .a ...new..,.. incumbent; Bennie- Ray Tur- ; atJlaifbrd: State, Prison; transferred 'to-f ttie-.State'Pris- 1or'tlie'<-sale lar'-paltTwhisr( in'.the right""stda,and so.donated* by-the :cr emfcert. '.
figured from documentary tax : one was recently constructed.The under a court order where he key in .a dry county, and a. lodging Morgan's arm Foster. Slit Smith who donated
Ewell W. Langdale, Sr. Du- ner.For hospital at Raiford and
'stamps affixed to deeds. Only old unit erected in City Council [elect was taken for treatment of on second trial in Mayor's Courton Several .witnesses testified the 4 x 4's with, which thr box
9! sales of $1,000 or more are list- val County, to Ira T. Ellis, 1957 will be changed intoa unreel: Earl Teston Dave Shu- self-inllicted pistol"wounds. has been there since that time. the same .charge is :scheduled I that Morgan "clutched him is built, says it will easily; t ',rrya
, Jacksonville
lot in Mount minimum security buildingfor ford [incumbents], Joan Phil- In the meanwhile, Reddishhas Croft,,30, was a former Florida for Monday, December 4. self" and staggered several $1,000 insurance policy The
ed.Paul Nugent to Mid-State Pleasant! on Silver Lake 3600. use by prisoners who work lips/Paul Dinkins. H. C. Kelly.In also, been charged with Highway Patrolman, and Klondes was to be tried on paces falling on the ground in city of Starke set two light

Homes Inc., a Florida corp- Robert Bertha J. L.Bethea.Long residence a widow, in to outside the main prison. After addition to these offices, firing at and into a dwellinglast Jackson, 22, was a nephew of Monday November 20, but the front of the car. poles on which the box :osts;
oration, residence $5,100., the change-over these inmateswill I' voters will also decide on sev- May 22, the day before case was postponed upon request The State attempted to prove others working on the box
D. D. D. Builders, Inc., a Starke Heights Repiat.- $15- not have to enter the eral changes in the Lawtey the deputy and his ,assistantwere Sheriff Whitehead.A of his attorney, Lex that a black knife found on the were Bobby McRae, Curtis Lee

Jacksonville corporation to i 500.M. main prison at all Sinclair charter, including changing killed by blasts from a Union County grand jury Green who could not be present ground by Morgan's hand was Foster Shi. Smith who was in

Guy H. Sale Starke. residencein M. Brantley. a widow to said. The 160 man capacitywill term of mayor to two years shotgun. It was in connection I 1 I last June indicted Reddish for I at that date. The defendant actually Hendreith's knife and charge of the project, Jack} Mc-
Saratoga Heights. $12,500. Carl L. Trisler Starke residence : be double by double-deck- and increasing his annual with this incident that .Croft I j I first degree murder.Condemnation. meanwhile, is free could have been placed there Comb, and Fred Dodd who is

George F. Guethlein to CarlF. and acreage. $9,400. bunks and visiting, recreational, compensation to $300; increas- and Jackson were tryIng to 1 under a bond of $502.50. by' the accused man to I going to put up the siding.
Metz Los Angles California Southern States Construc-II I and dining facilities will be in- ing clerk's term to two years; serve a warrant on Reddish. Trials
tion and Supply Corporation at the time of their slaying. Near Heilbronn
parcel of land, $11.000. I providing that an elected official To Begin Monday
Jacksonville, to Pioneer Finance Hunting Mishap must resign before an- The new charge was contained
Frank Bechtold to Walter R.
Richardson Sta ke. residence, .Company. Tampa par- Wounds Ranger.A nouncing for another office; In an information filed last On U. S. 301 South Resident Sees Plane Crash"It
4000. cel of land. 5500. and providing a qualifying fee Friday by State Attorney Dun- ,
A. E. McKinney, Jr.. to E. Condemnation trials for more
of five cent of the annual
Dave Paulk to Paul Under turkey hunting accident In per can.Croft
Starke residence in Pine- M. Lewis Starke residence compensation of the office and Jackson were attempting than 50 parcels of rightofway was the most terrible
bill $11,800.J. a wooded area near Penney to U. S. 301 South will
sought. serve a peace war- on sound I've ever heard, was
$6,500- |
haven Rafgo Subdivision Corporation Miami R. Kelly Starke to K. T. Farms last Wednesday, Novem- Absentee ballots are now rant oh Reddish last May 23, begin in Circuit Court here I the way Keith Reddish of I II
Crews parcel of land. $4,000. ber 22 resulted in painful face available at the Lawtey city when they were fatally wound- ;Monday. First to be heard will Heilbronn Springs succinctly I: k's
the State of Florida
Beach, to
Cecil Moore to William D. side and arm wounds for a hall. ed. The warrant had been issued -'I be cases of property owners described the crash of a Navy .,
land. 2800.
5.14 acres of x :
Julius M. Gen, Jack H. Lehman Adams parcel of land, $3,200. I:Clay County ranger, Herbert by Union County Judge represented by attorney A. J. F3H Demon jet fighter abouta
Emma Mary Heiberger to Driggers. v S. B. Brooks on the basis of a I Thomas Jr. mile from his home last -; .
Sidney Raff. and Doro- Betty Ann Edwards, Starke, 54 According to the Clay Coun- Board To Meet I complaint that Reddish had' The county will be repre- Wednesday night November

acres of land 2500. ty Sheriff's office Driggerswas Friday Dec. 1 fired into the home of Ira sented in the suits by James 22, about 10:45. s

: Rotary Gets D. D. D. Builders, Inc.. Jacksonville hit by a charge from a 12- Green his neighbor the night Moore attorney for the State Reddish was sitting near

to James W. Shiner guage shotgun fired by a The Board of County Com- before.As Road Department, and County the open front door of his
Fallout DataAn Starke hunter, Alvin B. How- Croft and Jackson T. Frank Landrum.The .
Starke. residence in Saratoga missioners will meet Friday approached :- Attorney home watching television and
Heights. 12100. ard. Driggers was approximately the front porch of Road Department already -
informative talk on "Ra- Dec. 1, at 9 a, m. instead of on actually saw the jet as it came
when the
J. W. Thomas, as legal guardian -' 50 yards away the Reddish: house near Rai- has title to the lands in-
dioactive Fallout" was givenat their date, down and crashed. The Red- .
of Evelyn T. Thomas incompetent number five shot hit him. regular meeting felled the volved and of the z sl
Club Wednesday, ford. they were by purpose dish home Is on SR 16 abouta '4 Mr; ,
the Rotary to G. B. Colson and Both men were hunting sep- Dec. 5. The change in meeting shotgun blasts. Sheriff' John trials is to fix compensation.Several .
Nov. 21, by Edwin G. Williams R. A. Colson. four lots in arately for turkeys that had date was made because the Whitehead said. Croft died immediately owners are asking com- mile from the scene. The ; '
Chief of Division of Radiological been flushed when the mishap courtroom will be used the crash he said "knocked out -'p '
Occupational Health Brooker $6,400. and Jackson died a pensation for business losses, lights in the house." '
and D. D. D. Builders Inc., Jacksonville occured. Driggers who was week of Dec. 4 for condemnation couple of hours later in a as well as payment for their
Health.Mr. "It looked sort of like it
State Board of to William E. Carter I treated at a Green Cove hos- trials in connection with Lake Butler hospital. property.The .
Williams is a member of Starke. residence in Saratoga pital, said he would not prose- right of way for U. S. 301 The sheriff said that after trials are expected to was coming down for a land-
National Committee on Ra- ing and then it hit the
Heights. 14600. cute. South. the shooting. Reddish walked require two or three weeks. .
diation Protection and also -- ground, exploded, If Ii f
served on the safety staff of fire as high into the air as you i
Operation Crossroads in Bikini r 45+a could see," Reddish said. The

In 1946. After his talk he dc r .'dry. pilot, Lt. [Jg] Kenneth R. ,
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conducted, a question and ans- Toby of Fighter Squadron 31 i,

wer period.The4speaker. at Cecil Field Naval Air Sta- g. !
was introducedby tion' bailed out at 10.000 feet .

Jack Trawick. who had and was picked up by ambul-

charge, of the program.. ance near the state Prison at i

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Both Reddish and Diane 4i
Simmons a junior at Brad-

ELKSMemorial for High School,who'_lives only
a half mile from the scene of
Service the crash described the Incident .
in much the same way.

SUNDAY, DEC. 3 II.. Smith Bales Shealy Epperson Broadway Slade Pellum Both said the plane went 'into
a steep dive and sounded likeit

'3:00 P. M.\ Seven more Starke girls have I Seven More Entries In Bowl Queen Contest I nounced at 'this time. Friday might break sound barrier-
entered the Strawberry Bowl I afternoon the 10 semifinalistsand "Like they sound in the movies ,

For. Deceased Queen contest bringing the total judges will be honored at ," Reddish explained. The M'..... ?...a. -..-Sd-....--
number of to Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith of twirling. tary Club. Simmons said
contestants the girl it sounded
a buffet supper given by
Members\ Miss Ann 16- Mary Agnes Matthews examines s. part .of the jet fighter
Starke.Bobby will do,a comedy Sally Epperson. Miss Carolyn Pellum. sponsored Junior Woman's Club. At this is if the plane went. directlyover
17.Mrs.. Charles,Sawyer, chair pantomime as her talent. She year-old:daughter of Mr, and by the Local Finance Co. time the judges will rate girlson her home. plane which crashed near Heflbroon Springs last Wednesdaywhile
Public Invited man of the contestants announced Is Starke of Starke, is practicing a vari- standing In the five and a half foot hole ,made by the
sponsored by. the Mrs. W. J, Epperson is spon- personality and poise. "Small parts from the plane
that girls from Pa- BPW Club. sored TerwOlegar- Motor Co. ety song and dance as her talent Friday night at 8 p. m. the [there weren't many large plane as it hit the ground. ,

latka. Jacksonville 'and ,Miss Jackie Bales of lAw- She will play a piano solo in She is a senior at BHS ten semi-finalists will again pieces left] covered the ground

Gainesville have also'qualified. tey is planning\ a piano solo asher the talent contest. and the daughter of Mr. and compete in the BHS auditorium like a blanket after the Jacksonville Air Station for of the engine came to rest in

This Space Contributed Competition is now hlgrT for talent.Sponsored by''Den Miss Suzi Broadway, Mrs. P.J.Pellum] on talent and fish-bowl crash. Diane said Maw residents observation. The plane was on .the iront yard of W. P. Luke
the honor of Strawberry Bowl mark Furniture Co,she is the daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. H. thought the plane had
Each of these girls and Questions. The three .finalists .and t'tack of the home of
Weekly (e PubHefceCommaalty Queen of the Elks Club charity daughter &Mrs. Martha Wells C, Broadway.-Will,dance.in the exploded in the ah when they a routine training mission. .
game to be held December 9,\: Bales ac&aVjuniar at :BBS.Miss. exhibition of talent. She is many more will be ,presented will be chosen and the Straw- saw all the flames coming Exact cause of the crash has Rosa and Edith Moore, two

Eremts' .; by. Perhaps one of these 7 girls ,'Sandra" Shealy is;-the sponsored. Register Oil Co. Thursday,Dec,7, at BHS audi-, berry Bowl Queen will be down from such a' height, not been determined. Details riiters. ,

will be crowned at the Junior I IWom daughter otii and_Mrs: M. Miss Susan'Slade of- Starke torium. The preliminary contest crowned. The Queen ..and the Reddish said. were still picking up part of I Impact of the crash left a

The GpfBBHinity, 't; '' n.s Club) 'sponsored I W.'SbftJ-if tiie;gtftt Farm. has choSen.to. ,speak on commuiit will begin' at.. 730. Each 10 semi-finalists will 'be pre- The Navy said the 'ambu- the plane for re-assembly as huge- hole, approximately five : 0
J ?*."' -, Qgeea oeatest oa Dee''Tth and I TtieStHfit:Co& I..of: nt.. Seventeen-year-old., .. lance which picked Toby' up I I late as Saturday afternoon. and a half feet deep, in the '
girl win be judged in sented at the hill time of the
State Bade.. 8th. 1 hopes that 1? year old Sandra Susan is the daughter of Mr. bathing was guided by.flames from the I 'The plane crashed approxi- ground. The plane clipped several I
...,, Miss Bobby Fare sMith Js' ean become the'queen with theo and. Mrs. T., H. Slade and is suits and on talent. The top Strawberry Bowl game December wreckage. Toby was taken to mately 50 yards from the homeof good-sized pine trees off

> the '15 =year oM dftu&ter of I'. :t_,' talented baton sponsored by the Starke So- ten semi-finalists will be n.A" 9. the U.8. Naval Hospital at Purvis Green The two parts clean aa it nosed down. ,

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4 Mrs. A., C. Sawyer and Mr.! Mr. and Mrs. E.,J. Dowling Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Mullins' Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Lee Mrs. Griffis -1
and; Mrs.'Sawyer: Jr: and son had as Thanksgiving guestsMr. and family were in Ocala over and children of Lakeland ,

.. of Jacksonville. 'beach: were and Mrs. C. L. Currie and Thanksgiving visiting their spent the weekend with her Union Native

-.- guests of M..anfrs.; -,Charles daughter. Janice of Lake City parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Services Held
Sawyer last Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. R. M..Lee. and Izler and Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Dowling.Mrs. .

,. Friday. children of Lakeland, and Mr. Mullins. E.'L. Cox and daughter Funeral services for Mrs:

"I) Mrs Eoline Smith accompanied and Mrs. Paul Parr Starke. Mr. and Mrs,: W. B. BoY 4 Linda spent Thanksgiving Barbara Griffis who died\

i GLADYS MOOTY.- PHQXE 981-0651 her son Tombo Smith, Mr.,and Mrs. W. E. Fancherof and sons' .of t. .Petersburg...... .. with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thursday Nov. 22, in St

t Wilburn Louisville back t6 the University of Birmingham Ala were were Sunday dinner guests oft Norman in Jacksonville. Augustine, were held at 2 p.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Underhill Mrs., Ga.Erma and Mrs. S.of T. Deacon .Georgia: in Athens, Ga.. on visiting .their. mother, Mrs;; P. }e1t'/parents, Mr. and. Mrs. tyHa{ r ol d Davis and Miss M&r- m, Sunday in Evergreen '
a"NoTh spent the weekendin
W. an.
1 D. Fancher over the weekend.Mr. 'shewas
of Water Street have pur- and daughter Kay. of Sunday and then went on to Cemetery near
and Mrs. J. L Ogden Mr and Mrs. A J. Thomas Charleston S. C. with relatives -
"" chased the Paulk house frrie- Ga. were weekend) Atlanta' to' snend the week a native of Union County
; haven subdivision, formerly Augusta Mrs. with Mrs: RutH Reid. and Mr-- and Mrs. M. I. Ogdenof had 'as Thanksgiving day ; Mr. and Mrs. 'W. f. arid Was a member of the Baptist I rs
B. L.
of Mr.
.... guests guests Mr. and A, J. Goodinr, and Mr. and Mrs. J.
Pompano :Beach were M"onday ;Mrs.
Vernon C1 urch.
and Mrs.
.. occupied by Mr. Moxley Jr. Mr. and Mrs; X. M. Smith OfI
Reddish. The Underhill with Mr. and Mrs. H T. ,: visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas"Jr.. and children. Mr. J. Tplbert.Mrs. Surviving are five daugh-
are moving there this week Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams and' family sbent the weekend ,E. J. Dowling.Mr. < andMrs. Joseph G. Wood and ."t Grover Ferryman. .' of ters, Mrs.\ Pearl Eberhart St.
w, and the Rediishes: are staying l and family of'FOlkston, Smith on Lake Santa Fe. and Mrs. Seeber Goodman children liawth'orn' and Etothan.Ala.'fs visiting,,Mr. andMrs Augustine; Mrs. Ethel Yon,

'" with Mrs. Reddish's parents, Ga. and Pvt. John Mack){ New- Mrs.. J. R.. Hixdh was; visiting and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mr.,arid,Mrs. Delano Thomas : E.; A: DaVtSa + Haines City; Mrs. Eunice %H LiLD1REDcSN I t ; S 1

_, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paui: un- some arid Pfc.Wayne' Clark of her niother.i Mrs: W. P. Moorein Grider were in Columbus, of Kingsley l4ke. > find'Greg Champion Weeks, Dade City: Mrs. Alma | j
tiltheir new home on Bayless*: Fort Benning spent.the weekend Chnttannoga, Tenn. over Ga. from Fridav to Sunday I !Mrs,H; A, Lawson and Mrs.C. underwent tonsilectomks at Cole Green Cove Springs; arid I
I situ Mrs" and Mrs. Jesse the weekend.: and attended the Auburn- .- H. Register, returned last the.Bradford County, Hospitalon Mrs. Jeanette Youngblood St.

-.. Highway is 'finished.Mr '". 1i I: Newsome. Attending the Methodist Florida football game on Sat- Wednesday from a week In Nov. 15. Augustine; four sons Albert
.and Mrs.: E. W. Hayesspent : Mrs. Don Pkge> entered Gairiesvili'* District Conference urday. Panama City with Mrs. I4w- Mi'. and Mrs.' Jim Ritch Griffis Starke; Phillip Griftis, N Spe1a1ty Shop

Tuesday to Friday .In: Bradford 'County Hospital in Waldo on Tuesday Mrs. John A. Torode, is confined ..son'' daughter, MrS': Bill Miss Barbara Colley, and Mrs. .St. Augustine; Robert Griffis,

Miami with.Mr." and ,Mrs. W. Wednesday for observation were Rev and Mrs. John i in St. Vincent's. Hosplta Morar and babf lon Bill. Mfi Diiiy dinned Ferryman were.. Sunday Palatka; and Harks Griffis',
Morar and son returned with guests of Mr.:. and Mrs. St.: Augustine brother, ,.
urahhaiiL for tPrL dove following surgeryonWednosday ; one ; i
E. Mr. and Mrs. T, H.
Hayes. and treatment. and Sajnfor4\ Rita t. h In Gainesville.1 NORTH WALNUT ST.
Rladp.. Rev.Luis! de Arce. Mrs. .hers mother ieiU reside Ed Silcox, Starke; 14 grandChildren 117
Charley Johns. Mrs. Titus Ol- MJohlf Shliltz i of1 the witti her parents'wftile her Mr. and Mrs..,James Defer' and five great (Next To Shoe Rack)
husband.is in service in California and children returned to Toledo -
son. Lnnnle Patch and Judge Temple. Motel. .has returned.,.. grandchildren.
H TnV Ohio Saturday after
Make Your Holidays E. K. Perrvman.Dr. h/\111P after surety In River- : La sons also hadas
I weekend guests Mr. and spending two weeks with Mr. Sewing
and Mrs T. G-}tltch had li"p Hospital. Her son. Lvdon Mrs. Bradley: 82
Mrs. Joe Jordan and familyof and Mrs J. L. Cole. I
as Thanks;ivin guests Mrs. r-harlPo vas confined in Bradford -
Sparkle With Ne. La; 'elar73. Cot and Mrs: H. M, Hatcher Passes Monday \
Thelma Mendoza and Miss : Cnimtv Hospital last
Gloria Johns of Jacksonville wpek with pneumonia. sFhnItz's Bill DeLe ss of TampS: was and family spent the weekend After Illness I Alterations Dress Making

Beauty From Rosha's 'I tjr. and Mrs. H. C Brown. : sister. Mrs. Jerry in.oi might) guts l .1ast.:Tuesday with her mother Mrs. Sarah ,
..:...- -7 Miss Annie Darby, and Mrs. Prishla: and children of St Johns of at.Mr.Crystal and Mrs.La e.Jerome Barton, .M 's. J in. R.Atlanta:!kite,was.iting Ga.. ,. Mrs. Izona Underhill Bradley -I For Your Werffif//% ,
Carrie Ritch. Louis. Mo. are spending a 82 of 5241 Helm Ave.,
Permanent Wave twin was Mr. and Afrs.Ralph Collins in
Mrs. Heriry
Specials! and Mrs. month with the ,
Mr. W. P. Joyce ofTallahassee family during Jacksonville, died Monday WE HAVE
cbhfihebr l Iii iioctbr's'Hospitallast Pelham, Ga. over the weekend.Mr. ,
., l and Mr. and Mrs. their convalesence. liid'1frs: EkJw after an illness of two months.A '
Wednesday "to.Sattirday
i Bernard Cate of St. Petersburg Richard Jackson of East "' native of Starke, Mrs. I
Helene Curtis Empress Realistic Waves ind fdV pf Sn/eds rr ere vlsitfag '
were the out- t.torin guests ,ofMr. Orange, N. J. was visiting }.Il'. for observation treatment. Mrs Bradley had lived in Jackson- IROQUOJS CHINA I
his parents: Mr. and i
Regular $15.00 Regular $15.00 Mils. Mlrtha Kramer ofYoungstown i
I and Mrs. Stanley Noegel arid Mrs. Fred Leonhard from ville 25 years. She was the
brio i wad uest Merrill Edwards oyer'the long
Special $10.00 Special $10.00 the past ten days at their Wednesday to Sunday. TheLeonhard's : a widow of Will Bradley. I ALL TYPES OF .
H. weekend.
pf Mr. and Mrs.jp. Kramer
camp in the Scrub. also had' Surviving daughter
as are a I
Tuesday'to i J fiay. Mr. and Mrs. L.. D. Vining
Breck Serene Helene Curtis Springtime Miss Dorothy Ross is attend- Thanksgiving guests Mr, find last; arid Mrs: wornjanCojripton spent tHe Thanksgiving holiday Mrs. Dan L. Harris Jacksonville IftC STERLINGFOR I

Regular $10.00 Regular $10.00 ing the National 4-H Congressin Mrs. W. M. Jackson- and sons Mrv' of ij ; PaP with. l\tr. 11d'Mrs. Louis ; a son, Leo Bradley Mi- .
Chicago Ill. this week. of Ocala. ohlpursyilie Atlanta ami; a sister, Mrs. J. B. Sapp, I II
Special winter Yancey in Ga.
$8.50 spendini the at the
- Special $7.50 are ,
- Mrs. Corine Purvis of Starke one brother, Oliver BABIES
Mrs. Billy Dowling and Kingslpy .ta f cottage.of fir.A. Mr. and Mts. S. G- Denmarkand
1 Gainesville Underhill
Mrs. Addle Wheeler Starke; and four
1 children spent Thanksgivingwith Dr, and Mrs. .J. E. Denmark -
J. Barry,,. Compton> Is
...RAYETTE.. WAVES, Reg. JO.OQ $7.50 her parents, Mr. and Mark of Taft, and Rodney and a sister.of. Mrs. F. if. Kramer. and families sent granddaughters. I NECKLACE SETS -= BRACELETS
Herlong of
CREAM COLD PERMANENT-R6g. $7.50 '$5.00 !.Il's. Roy Mathews; in Palatka. were weekend guests Jacksonville of of .St \rke.. THanksgivlhg day in Crescent! Funeral services were held' DRESS PINS
Mr. '
M-Sgt.. and Mrs. City with Mr. dnd: Mrs. J. E. at 2:30. p. m. Wednesday in I
Robert C. Mr, and !.frs. J..W.McIntosh i
3HSS and Mrs. W. F.
CLAIROL Herlong.
TINTS $3.50 Primitive
Long of Columbus Ga. were and daughter of, Atlanta, Ga. T omas and family.. Eddie the Baptist! I

: CLAIROL LOVING .CARE RINSE $2.75 visiting his parents Mr. and Jacksonville Mrs. Hildabelle spent last Bence Wednesday of were, Thanksgiving .jb'ejcend T 9 1!..t e. *S .wjth the S. Church near Starke with Rev. We Have A I
Mrs. E. C. Alice Go,Denmarks for the weekend. Bert Rawls and Rev. Herman
Long over the guests of_Mrs. ,BJcIntosh.
to with
t> 1 Haircuts $1.00 weekend. Etta Hoover.Friday Mrs. Mrs. soar H: T olnii ofGalnesvUl'e Robert Mullins celebrated! Moody officiating. Burial was I BEAUTIFUL LINE OF II

Mrs. C. D. Williams Mrs. D. Pic Tom Jackson %ai a : h'arJttgiv- his 'eillilh blrlh'dly 'Tuesday in Dyal Cemetery. I
Shampoo and Set -. $125Rosha's J. Clark and Mrs. Irene Johns SPEC-4 Dave Swartz of Fort and ing: guest of Jirs'. Eve Bat 14win. after Qdh. with .a 'small party Prince and Princess Gardner

: spent Sunday to Tuesday in Knox Ky. spent Thursday to Mrs.. 6. L; BeasleV and' Mrs. ffir t few (df ta ridS. Work StartedOn
Beauty Tampa with friends J. W. Khicaid spent t toe weekend -; Capt. and Mrs. Don Koretz
Shop and rela Tuesday with Mr. and New Office
W. T. Jackson. Mrs. with Mr. arid Mr C. C. 6t. Pa rfck AtB, Cocoa Beach : LEATHER GOODSTruly
'f tives.Mr. "
and Mrs. Kenneth Hoppe iri TimM; \ spent the weekend with Mrs. For Dr. Barry
Phone 964. 54i Grider spent last Tuesday at Mrs. Virginia McGuire of Mr. and 'Mrs. :B. :rfaihes. of ArleiiMcKinght and son, Da- I
Rosna Smith and Ruth;Scott St. Simon's Island Ga. with : Orlando spent the weekend Winter 'Haven ijfSV$ wfend vid. :The all spent Friday at Construction hag started on A Grand Present.X50 !

'" Lloyd Grider. with her mother Mrs. Errol guests of Mrs. Ada' Alexander Jejjyii} jsland} Ga. a new office building for Dr. )
Alvarez. and. .Mrs. Bertnl Pedfce.Mri .' Mr. and Mrs. Coolidge Gassett A. J. Barry at the intersectionof
i :--- Ada Alexander and .pf Gainesville were! recent Water Street and, E. Call $ Diamond Dinner Dingo

I ::: d uih'ter" Wilma; visited ,Mrs. guests ;of his mother Mrs. M. Street Un[ front of Starke Dry ._ ...
L. :B. Alexander in Waldo. on L..tT phnsva xd Mr. Johns. Cleaners). -

FLORIDA Saturday u emo i1.' Mr...and'MrsJesse, Newsome A permit in the amount of c
Theatre Sbl ii MONITUE1 Mrs! W. EMiddietpn: and \!ere.-visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. $30,000 has been issued for the BE GIVEN AWAYAT6OOP.M.DEC.2nd
t Miss )iiadge Middleton were I A. McCaii in Jasper on Sun- 30.8 ft. by 61.4 ft. cement block

i DEC ,,3 4 and 5I visiting 'in Melbourne over the day. 1 building. Triest ConstructionCo.
fr we kenCi. Mrs. E.: F. Miles spent 'is the contractor. COME IN AND REGISTER FOR THIS BEAUTIFUL -

I Mr. and Mrs. John Miller,of jh 1J sg1.with_Mr. and RING NOTHING TO BUY AND YOU DO

I L I. S g g t I a ) rr S 4 Holly Hill spent Thanksgiving .Mrs. BUy Miles in Macc;enny. Toy Warehouse. i NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT TO WIN!
with their parfns.tr.,Mr. and .Mrs._John. Sale of Valdosta, i r .
I Mrs.. E. L. Matthews and Mr. Ga.is' spending: ten.days with Open To Visitors I Mildred I Woodburn, owner. and,operator
1 1 and Mrs. S. M. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale.
1I Jel + Mrs. W H. Nollman and Mrs J. G. Millican of Pa- Mrs. Louise Renner recently I
I 1I' Mrs. [completed a 24 x 27 foot addition HAS GIFTS GALORE
house ,guest Mrs: ,W. P. Swinger latka has' .been visiting GEM JEWELRY
were ;Thankggrring day A. ;E.. McKinne Jhe past two at 385 W. Washington St., FOR XMAS ,
4.T 'I I'I guests of Mr.. and Mrs. A. C wee.ks. Mrs. Mckinney also to be used as a warehouse and
I I, 9liver at St. Simons Island had as a guest Mrs. Jetty showroom for her line of toys; WATCHES watches WATCHES
I t'I Ga: Hazen of ,gai 1 svme. Mrs. Renner started in the

'Mr. and Mrs. W..J. Wells Of ,,Mr. .and. .Mrs. -.Ben Mizelle. wholesale toy business last
: had as weekend guests Mr.,andMrs. June and Is now serving a-
Gulf.Breeze, Mr. and MrS. Albert -
I LjH.Pjwler and Miss round 60 accounts in Bradford
Golden Jld1 llton, and
-TI t ( lone jMizeii.of Jacksonviie. Union, Clay and Alach-
MJ,ind'Mrs.. I..D. Wells of -
out-of- ,Mr. sand ..Mrs. ;.T. H. Slade ua Counties.She Diamonds Diamonds Diamonds
Atlanta, Ga. were, -
.f. Thanksgiving day guestsof were 4>in Inverness.on Monday does not retail toys
where!Mrlsjade addressed.thfi but will be glad to have visitors -
...and Mrs. Barney Mc*
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Gents 17 Jewel Gent's Water-Proof
I, & .- OSCAR Women's. .Club and' Civitan see the line at her news

ERRJRMAKCeSTSACWSINATRAJ> l// Rae.Gayle Club, on.. CO nin.. ism. I ..owroom.'Vhat's. Shock andWater and Shock Resistant
.and Dianne Edwards D. fA.tMontieth of- Fort vr -..._ Resistant AutomaticWATCHES
of Bartram School Jacksonville
Lauderdale was .visiting ,Mr.
i and roommate ..Sharon i _and;JdiS. .G.;J..'McGrif f Jr. WATCHES
r Hovater of.Detroit Mish.andMr. over the weekend. Going on

Fq .and Mrs.:J. M. Highland, Comer Long, and daughter At The IEHDisplay ONLY $19.95 From $35.75
of Jacksonville AND UP
a daughter Tara ; Louise of Okeechobee and
I ,epent:the(weekend with Kir. and Mrs. Bill Long 400 W..Aladison
p their parents, ,!.Il', and_ Mrs.J. LADIES
t 1 .y and two daughters Mary Dena
M. Edwards. The,,Edwards and Anne of Gainesville were 17-JEWEL WATCHOnly $19.95 up

S c\- '. c also had as Thanksgiving day Thanksgiving guests: of Col. <
I '. guests.Mr.,and Mrs.:Jack:Bell and, Mrs. T. T.Long., Wyler ... Bulova ... Elgin .- Sea Line
r7 .
of Gainesville.Mr. Spending Thanksgiving- at PYHOFAX ,
I f : and Mrs. Boss Pass,and *
the Thomas camp in the Srub
r., p weekend ,in
sons spent the
were Mr. andMrs.B.T. Thomas ; '
I .. Cleveland. Oat with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.D..._L. Thomas r:2ig/J/ aCoivflaCe!
: E?' : Mrs.TJ D. Pass: Mr. and Mrs. Layern Outlaw PDOHAVETHISHAMDY as a

l, 4 ; 41191fNe Dr. and Mrs. H..H. Adams Air.,and'!Mrs. Jack Hazen, GAS ON TAP

s.- PCUlkspr F and family were visiting Mr. Mr.: and Mrs.,Bill Dodd!, and JUST 1 It ON

and Mrs.,R,R. Tumlpseed m Mr. and,Sirs. Jim Chasteen ANDSAY"SDDAP40,000( /* cJ3ghl; diar!
East Point Ga over the week- and families. flS a
.MrsW.: G. Smedley and
end.Mr.. and Mrs. J, Dorr Smith Linda Baskton of Lake City .
t FMNk1IAYRJLftZ! returned to their' home iri. El '*ere'Sunday guests of Mr. and SERVICEAC n) e __ T ;

\ Dorado Kan. last Friday after Mrs. Miller Johns of .Lake. .

+ I( 9I ten days visit,with her mother] City."- .
Mrs Wj; LrBlair.' k rs.-bfaiteGahagenMrs. L.

*% : j vus & L.SjHutto.5perlt; ; ; the G,.,Powell and';John Powell.
weekend' wUhyMr. and Mr s.: attended :the funeral onT 0 p r 0aAs
.a.. r. Charlie Parker in.Coco # & giving day of Miss

:' ; ItIPT/lIA /IwtA6ITlIIl1IY ,' Mrs;. rolyiftd> vc.and: Pauline' ,,Boyd in Hardeeyflle, rTA f fI
GooD FoR 25$OM ApMiSSiOM PRICE:AT I son;...Wayneere J sVc.

s' 1)tf-40tloatSHOWINGOF"nIr. + DEVIL AT40iOOOCMONOR EASIMAN'CIJIOII: rifle beer .the.,weekend,visiting.. r: ire and Mrs. Drew Reddish -
1 .. GIXJ CiofAaN6A4yQ )nr* E14-5t_ Mr,'and' J4rs, Ba4.Locke.'Mr.!. had as .Thanksgiving guests BTU I __

and'Mrs. F.HuUo; ,. and,Mr.' Sheriff and JMrs-: P. D. Reddish I ji; IL
Offer Good For Adults ?Only and.Mrs. ,Alvin Gerle. f Mr,.aixl Mi-s.D, IPbRedn -

,.PLUS CARTOON \- "SW1TCHIN KITTEN" .' ;Miss Joan, "Scroll;j accepted dish (family i !, Mr s and!Mrs. Glqw.Boy I I
a v position with .the Chevrolet J1.s.,Sapp..?Jt...Milk! itedd1 h.
area office."in Philadelphia;.PrJ, apd.P5tjjHns! Foush, ot Fort ;
SATURDAY -. DECEMBER 2 WED.., THURS.., F t i. on, Nov. 1. .I Bragg.N. C. .: HEATERSPECIAL .

Double 'Feature DEC. 6 7 and 8 Mrs. C. I> atoll l attended Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Paterson -
[(t's out this world.
thp North Florida Civil Defense pent last Thursday and Fri of .a star!,

First Feature Second Feature ,area- meeting at the day. WInter .Garden* '0 as I
SCREAMOFKM Soutnside Woman's Club InK guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- satellite As light as a shining snow@ake -
? iL AisL' Df-, -. : Jacksonville. ,r-Tuttday.- ":! ..neth..., J. Paterson. I I.R j .This dazzling diamond pin doubles
'J6C 1 eI Mt\ arid.Mrs. ,J. D. DoyleMatted h. SALE $$5995

& r. hii1 brother;,'Wes?J: Recent1BirtmMr..an i as a breathtaking pendant! A full car \t
-,ln'the vA Hospital
1101E Doyte! .. tin
Lake City on Thanksgiving i;-M's. FJ; DurelL Key diamonds set white golcL.designed
Starring: of .Jacksonville. ,former Stirke .
.. '. afternoon. :residents, anno'pnce the birth for a beautiful woman. : '$-495.O
Mrs 04.BweU
Arm U 1dett
--- Susan, SUasberg : of a son Frederick Kevin, b6rn! 1
:. ; was visiting rn-RIcfimoad. W.: Jfov. ..22 "at ,.Riverside .Hospi fa1J
f 1 last.week:. '
"Ronald l LewisPlus
,.GIfI.Hi7 E. Plus GairloM"Love : .. _'. '-.Ur. andrMrs.C1 r1es Hardy itETUEL BAPTIST CHURCH

l.t mfr -V. Cartoon and'Yamfly jiad Thanksgivtrig ''..tn..1L'T. WBI1A,1:t dGr 't GEM: JEWELRY
l.._...1IIJ1I3I. -III I Is tin d" -' .- With lira G. E: Uc inre1'to Sunday School 10 i.p.; .,
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ICC&.QAeJ I'B\ I.: H Palatka.1 Chace and Prink in Morniif: 'Worship 11 *. m.: I 1

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H Garden Club Baptist Circles Thanksgiving Day I Recent Births Mrs. McDavid; .,

1t Holds ProgramOn Hold MeetingsIda Reunion Celebrated Bradford County Hospital announces -l Services Held / >< I .!

H OrchidsThe Darby Circle of the First,, By Ricks;. Family the following births:!'! Mrs.. Ida Goolsby McDavid e / 1

wilu 2:30 Mr. and Mrs Ralph W. Lind- 86, died last week at the home
met at
Baptist p. I
home on to ., f '
M. H. Lang George Ricks was host the I
j t GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0651 West Madison Street was turned m. Tuesday, Nov. 21, at the annual Ricks family reunion:;I;ley, Waldo, a son, Thomas!, of a daughter in Gainesville. 07 OF YOURPAINTS

into a garden of orchids home of Jtfrs. Floyd Green. A on Thanksgiving Day. j I Peter Nov. 21. She was a lifelong resident of
Monday evening for the "Let's A surprise dinner was given I Mr. and Mrs. Meed\ C. Lewis, Alachua County where she V
Junior Women Keith Patray program was presented on'Ministering ,, e.
was born May 51875.
Grow Orchids" program at the International by relatives at this time in Starke, a son, bleed Christopher I '
Hear Talk Starke Garden Club meetingheld to Among her survivors ai e four
By Celebrates9th honor of Mrs. J. D. Ricks Sr.
Nov. 23.
Students,'* with Mrs. James I j i! H. Sowell
there.M. and her daughter,,:.Melba. This: Ii i daughters, Mrs. J.
Mrs. Young"Fall BirthdayMrs. B. Jordan head of the.A. Griffin, Mrs. F. F. Flume, event was attended by 68 rela-' Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeEdward!]I of Brookerv Mrs. AIU Rae ;

Vocational Horticultural Rehabilitation -I Mrs. Garl Mathews, and Mrs. tives, and close friends of the I Grover Jr.- ; Starke, a son, Tra-i,i Malphurs and Mrs. Carl Van
Floral Arrangements"will Don Patray entertainedat k the vis Dean I Sickle of Gainesville, and
be the discussed program } Leaston Wynn taking part. family. Nov. 24. I,
topic by
Mrs. Jessie Young at the Junior a birthday. party last Sat- State Prison, and an authority Plans were discussed for the Out of town guests attending :Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harris Dy- Mrs. M. I. Ogden of Pompano
I .
afternoon for her orchid an Week I Ma .and Mrs. J., H. John- Beach
Woman's Club meeting Monday urday son |I Jon growing gave of Prayer for 'Foreign were. j. I al, Starke, a daughter, Elizabeth I
evening, Dec. 4, at 8 o'clock In Keith, who was celebrating his i outstanding talk on the subject Missions to 'be held Nov. 27 son and children, of Jacksonville I Funeral ssrvlces were held:
the club house. The program ninth anniversary.The : of orchids. Mr. Jordan through Dec. 1. Mrs.L. G. Pow- Mr.. and Mrs. Charles E. Ann, Nov. 23. I at 3 p. m. Friday in Antioch:
Will be under the American I !demonstrated his talk WIthI ell gave the opening devotional Ricks and children, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E:{' Baptist Church, with burial'

Home Life department with 15 little guests enjoyed I beautiful specimens of the orchid and Mrs. W. F.,Glenn offer- Mrs. Robert L.:Ricks and chil- Brooker, Waldo, a daughter,! in the church cemetery

Mrs. Warren Winkler, chair- games with prizes and football family. A huge Catelya ed the closing prayer. Refresh- dren, all .of.:Or ando, Mr. and Faith Marie, Nov. 25. I
man. during the party hours, four to orchid plant with 15 blooms ments were served by the hos- Mrs. Ralph,Smith and childrenof It WMU Observes
(six o'clock. A weiner roast cli talk.1[ Mr.,and Mrs. Samuel L. Hayden -
was a focal point of his I tess. Johnstown' Mrs. Doris
1 Hostesses for the evening will maxed the event: Among the approximately,I Overstreet,.Sylvia Ricks, Linda Starke a son, Samuel Fin- Prayer'Week I
be Mrs. Hal Hand, chairman, Mrs. Patray was assisted by 1,200 the I Ricks and Ricks chett,.. Nov. 24. son ,
plants grown at prison -: Brownlee Circle met at the Larry of Lake
Mrs. J. E. Denmark Mrs. C. her mother Mrs., L. O. Hazen, greenhouse, several hundred home of Mrs. Cula Coran with Geneva-, and. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Q. The First Baptist Church) M&q e. PAINT CO.
: M. Clark, Mrs. Arthur Patray, Mrs. Gene Patray; arid Mrs.: 1 are orchids, mostly donationsof the WMU president, Mrs. F. James Babbs and children of Smith, Starke, a daughter, Su- WMU will be observing, the) sn ,

\ and Mrs. J. C. Greene. J Arthur Patray.. .. specimens from florists all B. Beard, attending. Taking Gainesville. zanne Patrice Nov. 27. Lottie Moon Week of Prayer' GAS '321 N., Temple. Ave.

over the country for experimental I part on the program, "}finh-! Reunion events were climaxed \ Im1IOI aouATU: tIIrSa awnsi
for foreign missions from Nov.
purposes. Mr. Jordan tering to International Students with an oyster roast held Ordination Set 27 through Dec. 1. i .......... ..w.._ t-._.1 Starke} Fla.
\ _, -d W.p .illw ...... .... ..
pointed out that the Vocational were Mrs. Maxie CarterSr. Thursday night. Iop..u. ... ... -- -
". : Horticultural at the ., Mrs. J. D. For Rex Brookins Sunbeams will meet Tuesday : -::. "
i program I Stanford and Dec. 5, at the church. All chil-I gall ea rert sr esa era
k ; prison was started with the Mrs. M. H. Lang. Mrs. W. B. SouthsidePTATq dren are invited to attend. .
Everyone is cordially invited, I COMKITI tae er ono
I donation of five cents apiece Alexander gave the opening devotional i ttraioft AND araut rMTf .
from the 30,000 members of and Mrs. A. A. Dur- 1 Meet\ TuesdayThe to attend the ordination serv- .' -- '),... j $UY ONI...on ONI ram
1'v the Florida Federation of den closed with prayer. Refreshments ice of Rex Brookins into the "' ."i '

Garden Clubs. were served by the. : SoUthside' ElementaryPTA I ministry at 3 p.' m. Sunday,I -'h' at's" 'Go'o'o'no. : 30 THRU DECEMBER 16
f' During the business meeting, hostess. I v.ill-m Tuesday night, Dec. 3, in the Heilbronn Mis- '

presided over by the president, Dec. 5, at 7:30,: o'clock in the sionary ,Baptist Church. A I At The IEH FREE GIFTWith

Mrs. M.\ F. Hazen, it was votedto cafetorium.: ., special invitation is extended\' Display
send $10 to the Florida Fed- Marty StarlingIs Mrs. Kate Sheppard, pro- to all ministers, deacons, and i 400 \V Madison\ Every Paint Purchase

eration of Garden Clubs head HonoredOn gram chairman, will present their wives.

quarters in Winter Park where students in a skit 'The Magicof _.
the name of Miss Clara Lea- BirthdayMarty Children at Christmas. -

man will be entered in the Bookof

Memories. Miss Leaman, a' surprised Starling Saturday was pleasantly evening- UDC To Meet 1i

charter member of the club,
died two weeks ago. when his parents,Mr. and Mrs. Next WednesdayThe
Joe Starling, gave a party for
A report of the district meet-
i : him on his 16th birthday anni I I MBf
; iTiV ing held at Rainbow Springswas I W. T. Weeks chapter,1U.
given by the delegates.The I versary. D. C. will meet Wednesday
/ ya.r hostesses !. The party was held at the afternoon, Dec. 6, at 3 o'clockat ,
a -
Rk home of Rev. and Mrs. Roman I the home of Mrs. L. G. Powell
course during the social
Alvarez, 431 Center Street. r
hour. I 1133 E. Brownlee Street.
Refreshments were served in Hostesses for the meeting will

the dining room.which was dec- be Mrs. L. A..Davis, Mrs. Mat-

)'Yy Kh Mrs. Jim ChasteenIs .orated with yellow and green tie Gahagan, and Mrs. Powell.
HonoreeAt crepe paper' streamers. The table ZNE
_- :
was covered with a white *te k.

Stork ShowerMrs. linen cloth edged with a green .

t .-,,'1',t.E.:..., Jim Chasteen was delightfully -border.a.brass Centering candelabra the with table yellow was I D .8'K 1 FESTIVE DRESS (

surprised at a stork candles and at the base were i rARKE FLA.SUN.MON.TUES..
shower given in her honor yellow roses and fern. The *tjMtH'S

"iHI :, / Tuesday night by Mrs. Bill\ birthday cake was decoratedin 4 > FASHIONS FOR t

., Dodd, Mrs. Jack Hazen, and yellow and green. _: .
< ,, ,. '" (}',,!-..; oIo. ... ." Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, at the The 35 guests enjoyed games DEC. 3-4-5 S THE HOLIDAYS !
; .. home of tw latter. i Ii'
;L. <. "., during the party hours. ONE Good Feature OHASOME' H
.... The refreshment table was Assisting in serving was Mrs. .. "' ,
Thrill attractive with a large stork Julia Alvarez. "Goodbye Again" ;' Sill
your I with centerpiece flanked by silver t1a Irs 899
PIus 'Cartoon Others
t from candle holders with white tap- School p ,j.; ,
Jetter Santa ers. High PTA ., $ ',.' 99r1 at 6.99

Appropriate games were Sees Skit On .: 2. .;& For those' hours when you wont 4.
Visit Santa WED., THURS., DEC. 6-7 to look \
Post Dan loveliest.
our Office and select played by the 20 guests duringthe w. River, your Carp's out-
Civil Defense DOUBLE "'FEATURE ,.. { standQ9.C.D.Ie'fiOI\! ..helidov
of evening and prizes were nifm* -S3SMS: *t?l lsa.i.sra
one our gay colorful letters c fashions, are beautifully created
I won by Mrs. James Bloodworth, A radio ercrf ,''is With solid, 't in fabrics and colors wont
and FREE skit on "Ci il De- Boy Who CaughtA co/ you ;
Mail the Mrs. T. ; Many' ,
I G. Ritch, and Mrs. fense and Our School Children"was )f' ? ; new styles fabrics and col- I
fetters Turner. .1' srs't o flatter you both day 'and
you choose in'our I I Bobby Crook StY'
special presented at the High r 5, M tf6ffl evening. Complete size .range 7
mail box and we will have them sent The hostesses presented the School PTA meeting Tuesday, -AN L ** I4*| ',t to 15,, 10 to 20 and 14'/a to
I I honoree with a portable baby Nov. 21, with the following persons *i '* !.? 44r 24'z.&i
from the famous Santa Claus Post bed as a memento of the oc taking part: Mrs. S. G. Unwed Mother *. -r ,*' !,

Office in Santa Claus Indiana. The']' casion. Denmark, Mrs. H. H. Adams, Plus Cartoon* .a. *-:" -

Mrs. C. S. Haddock, Mrs. Geo-
special child in your life-will be de. *
p Rotary Sets rge Huggins, and Mrs. C. L.
fighted with this FRI., SAT.., DEC. 8-9
positive proof that" Ladies Night Scholl.

these is a Santa .Claus. The skit was written and di- DOUBLE FEATURE I
rected by Mrs. Scholl, who is Ii
:Members of the Starke Ro- Y.q i
Civil Defense Director for Brad QuantrilPs ,RaidersAND ?:, l y
tary Club, their wives, and
Be Sure To ComeIn guests will enjoy an annual ford County. -:.' v >*

Ladies Night event in the % S 9
And Register Each Week Until De- Starke Woman's Club, Thurs- First Methodist The PleasureOf = -
t ino

cember 23rd For Valuable Door Prizes! ner day,at Dec.7:30 7,o'clock.starting with din-, Fellowship Class His Company *tr* .%a L.- / \ tk 4

Holds PIuS Cartoon aen's
After dinner entertainmentwill PartyThe ,
include Russell Danberg, a ate Sato .. '
comedy-pianist from the Uni- Fellowship Class of the 9TJ&S ei r s. I f

Barksdale's versity of Florida. An orches- First Methodist Church held a 'd & *il ,
party and meeting oa'
tra will play for dancing laterin > .%
Fellowship Hall on Saturday ;>'

I the evening. evening Nov. 18. STARKEFRIDAY >\Vkv 414V EXCITING SHOE FASHIONS

Green, -
Harry president presided '%t

over the meeting when ;, % ; TO COMPLIMENT YOUR DRESS
plans were discussed for rene, *
ovating the nursery Sunday i 'I-s __ ,
school classroom. DEC. Newest styling, smart looks, comfortable fit
JT that's what you get in every pair ofCarps 9 9
Best first move a guaranteed shoes. Newest toes and 3
Executive Board \ %-JiV heels in a variety of colors. Sizes 4% to 9. t'
;a.-l$; i II" when it's bill-paying time* Of Woman's Club Sponsored by the 4 -- X ...


To Meet Thursday SHERIFFS DEPT. Hr6cz: rMiV _ _ _ _

Benefit Boys Ranch W TBI30T ___,,,..v.
.The executive board of the
Starke Woman's Club will meet Doors open 3:30 & 7 t Sl.IPS' BL GIRLS' GAY NEW -'T
SHOWS; 4 and 8 P. M.\ -
Thursday afternoon, Dec. 7, at
3:30: o'clock in the club house. > j HOLIDAY"
I II ,
Near Starke Farmers Mkt.

PresbyteriansHonor I '' ,I DRESSES

nc Pastor ,.., tonecoed .e sry race trim x j, '
r I I top c od' ; y SIZES 1 TO 3
With Family Night I I fit4'shadowDore; f ot- '

r*"'\ ii t: 6 o win Pone/T6't" Drys' .., 199 299 1

Members of the, First Pres-' ,'.$ \. ; I **!tee '/) S' So naiYy> .
'J !
byterian Church entertained ata > zes 32 .
"family night covered dish, 1,, SIZES 3 TO 6X 7 ,
1 Vma

r supper Fellowship Monday Hall honoring evening Rev.in I :i .# 4- \\ a. 19
0< 0< David, Freeman of Talladega,I ME WORLD ITS FIELD !iI I ii &' Te f

Reach for your checkbookand ,,- Ala.The ITS TRIUMPHS REACH r 14j SIZES 7 TO 14 (
.,.-, attractively appointed
r i9D
pay billsquickly buffet table held a centerpiece .. i
.. supper 2 599. .
OF f
of yellow chrysantheimums ;
: V'1 and safoly by mail. and' Autumn lea'es.J, ALL AMUSEMENTS c .7 -' T* \\ .

i Approximately- 65 members I;1,000 WONDERS FILLS fd Crisp, Dacron wash 'n cotton WIG t cottons end nylon., silk Darling'n cotton \ i

pq"COME IN-OPEJ:: : :;.:: -_- 1CHECKIN1, and their families attended this IKG 3 RINGS,2 STAGES, styles in solid colors, prints and combinations '
delightful occasion. j j GIANT HIPPODROME AND v .- .

'r .
TlleY..Best... 1 <
4e? v -; >
Kbi .CircM.Fuvftfcl v\
Weiner RoastCub ... .. Girls' B.DUfful l I
1 GREAT JESSKKSTWS rne.1a.. ..till.at M.rrle.. 1 Njr %

BUHX6BIMPOf ................ Q o\
Scout Den Two.en joyed OBSESS .M..Ai i, t, j Can-Can Slips
a weiner roast Wednesday af- Rff&BftffittlS T. laNOYtr.sluH

ternoon of last week at the!' M. EnQistznuaroras Fjlaj bNWeYrN I| 1 SIZES (
FLORIDA, home of the assistant den mo- ttelliAPr.t3Tli lmf.1I f99.
th-r. Mrv C. S. Had lock. twiCE DAILY AfTIi GH end NiGHT!. 4 TO 14
Mrs. Bob Myrick. den mother *z-/
., '8' A.K.K 1 lit I tttlKIOf : also had as assistants,I CHILDREN 75C-ADULTS $$1.55;; .4 l : LL ,A t t Fun and half styles in pow i
". ".. ... ,. .. f 0> -, __ n .. ___ Mrs. L. N. Fowler, Mrs. Vernon .;;.. ; Y .4. rrr. cottons or nylon'horsehairs.Jnj .....,
0 Sapp and Mrs..Buford Mitchell ALL TAX' iMtJDED -" over tiered'circle sWrfthofs ems
Otrt 2J tANKS OF THE FLOftlOA NATIONAL CROUP e.tllUIt FEDERAL:CtttttT INSURANCE Ten members of the den enjoyed -) j t;' to make a hit.

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' AQ nn imrnwn'rnTrwnr i.b11'tll O Berne' iRTlipirw' @nm: _. THURSDAY. NOV. ;9Cl

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w > [By Mrs E. F. Mayton Calling All :
: .r.Christmas
rR" ''qq 'nc. AfInQuImir j
.e ,!. AAAAAAAAAAAAA ........jlI
J|i Some rather harsh things have been Granted, it'' would have provided aj 1.I Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates I .

fJ J| gait) in some quarter }s #;result of'the' bo* fice bonanza if. Gainesville' :and I]! HI had as holiday guests Mr. ;
'Bradford High i Tornadoes'i! vote against Bradford could have been pitted againsteach Bates' mother, Mrs. H. ,O. ,; -

: playing! { -Garnevi1j a High. .in the Straw- other i in the Strawberry Bowl. It Bates Jr., of St. Petersburg,
Arthur Johnson of Springfield,
berry" Boy) on December 0.; These remarks would have netted a handsome: amount Mass Miss Barbara Hates'' ofF j

:, i| seems to us, would be far better for a laudable purpose since funds S. U., Tallahassee, aiid Miss j F

". t left uJ1 said .*>. '. fr9m the charity event go for the support -!i! Nancy Bates 'of Jacksonville. ; ';.;.i';', .

.. for: acts rip the Tqrnadoes as of the Elks home for crippled chil-j I i Mr. and Mrs. Harold George i j 11 11i > ,. *
laclqng in"courage or "intestinal fortitude dren. But it would have been 'a 'gruelg -;i and childien of Bartow were :', ty For Your onveniencet, $tarI e

: "-'becpbse'of their'refusal ,experience for the'Tornadoes at the guests of Mr. and Mrs-.DeWitt ,
to play ,
,. .
: Gainesville' is, it seems" 'to -us", grossly end of a long, hard season, and could!j!I Sinclair over the holidays. ', Stores. Will Be,.Open on The ; i t 4
bit and :Mrs..C. R.
unfair to a team and coaches that.have have'resulted in some serious physical,j Met < r" .
-- ... t Donell and sons of Tampa !: < vR aR fr Following Schedule of. Extra Hours
,. ,
: ,brought widespread recognition to' injuries- ,! were guests of Mr. and Mrs. .- ,
Starke and Bradford not? "'Football is, after all, a sport aj '
County, only I i R. .P. McLendon last week- j i <. .; during the holiday season:
: this season, but;,for many seasons '}st.:- djversjpji an amusement and;,, end. ,
: Certainly! no 'one who has observed .supposedly a character builder. When i', b4r. and Mrs. Lyle Buck HI;t P '.
them in action could reasonably ques- it '(descends to the realms of "big busi and daughter of Jacksonville I s

*--,rtftn their courage{ ,' either individually ness"' ,it largely defeats its purpose I were dinner guestsof Mr and t ii- '

or collectively. Certainly' it should not be allowed to, Mrs. H. 1+I. Richarde'Thanks- j' 25 4 'L.-. \ .. -

But'athgre Is such" a thing as, facing divide a town, create dissension,, an d I1 I giving Mr..and Day.Mrs. Wayne Owens. I II ,; t a .... ,:, 1!v "t.. I 3i.' ; 1-\ ,
: realities, even in, the ine 'of football. generate a lot of name calling. ':N o''!
g a. and son of Huntington W. \
) The:facts are that Gainesville in a Double event,- charity of otherwise i is 1:; Va.were holiday guests of Mr. 5- .. Friday. Nights. -. Dec. '.'I.8," 15, 22. ,

A school and its football squad'\ has worth, 'that. i: and Mrs. T. J. Swann. -c:: : .

: "about three to.:one advantage over BJIS \Yejcan understand the disappointment i! Revs 'and Mrs. E. F. Mayton t ta ..... _ Open Till. 9:00 P. M .
in depth. Gainesville's line averages 'of those who had hoped: for a rec-j entertained their family ,at v ,!: ; '

200 to 205 pounds, while the Tornado ord-hreaking gate,at this year's edition!'r luncheon on ThanksgivingDay. r 1 > !11 !1 \ t' I r It.ttO -

; linesmen will do well to average: 160. pf the Strawberry Bowl, but now that''. Maytons. Those'were present their with children the, Wednesdays Dec. 6, 13, 20 '

In the backfield, the Gairiesvjllp. jrrul-: the} decision has been made, it ,should'I,, Harriet' and. John 'Andrew. ', ofI Ol'VA _1.1 i\ .

ders average 180 to 185, while BHS be accepted without further comment.t.I I State Farm, Mr. and' Mrs. J. '- + OPEN ALL DAY .

: backs weigh some 35 pounds less per Though less spectacular, and admittedly -]I Howard Ward, and son, John,'I! ,
:_man. In the matter' of reserves, GHS less of a gate attract\jo.n, the'game;I!! Mr: and Mrs: C. H. Jones Jr., I j .' l ".N t "it, t'., .t f. ...' I 1.J .J. .48"J,. .1 I,
has no trouble to dress out 40 or more.. with Bolles should' provide fans with l j]j'" and E. F. Mayton III, all.of. : .
: men, while BITS does well to turn, out plenty of excitement. The' military r1 1! Gainesville. I Thur.: Fri., Sat. Dec. 21, 22, 23'

-30. school from Jacksonville will be nol!i Misses Jean and Mary Dug : Ufwur lifiOiir i 1 M -

AThere should be "push over," since the cadets have a 7-i i;I ger of Jacksonville, and Richard Open Till 9:00: P. M.
; no stigma attached !
3 : .Dugger. ,._ of. Palatka. were, ;
to team's record for the and !? J
a decision not to play an op. : season placed three home for the holidays
; ponent o obviously out of its class. In men on Jacksonville's All City Team Miss Deanna Conner of Ii -Tr
It will not be the
fact; Gainesville did the same thing bloodandthundergame ,Gainesville spent the holidays -
) this season in refusing a bowl bid to that GHS would have provided; with her. parents, Mr. and CLAUS' if j j'I

play Lee High in the Meninak Bowl in but the Tornadoes will He on 'a more Mrs.: K. S. Conner. SANTA

Jacksonville. We haven't heard equal footing and, if. they live up to Spanky McLendon returned

: one calling the Gainesville ridders"yellow' any past performances, will give fans their Friday to his duties in the'U., 'I

: for exercising their own g good money's worth. S.LeJenue Marines, N.'stationed C.. after at 15 Camp i i t a D Sj

: judgment. in this instance. Many college The sooner the heated words and accusations l leave at home.' a day i SANTA %WILL! ARRIV FRIDAY DECEMR Eff 8TH 7.:08 t I

that have been
: teams have also refused to play hurled are forgotten -:: Friends regret. the serious jj,I : lii ,
the better for .
illness of \
certain i everyone con Mrs. Max Sweat'sbrother II "
: opponents in bowl games. cerned. I This is Santa Claus speaking this i
John A. Hollingsworth '
'!fi t>.'1"U 1>1> IIi ..... IV. _._,,, ,. of Jacksonville.Friends 'I our hometown merchants who have t'our'shoppiiig the St tke'merc trips' 'ants thlsfChrJstmasjrjftk'.hav :\ I1-bL1Vrtilk' tffl also
their gone
: reporting it immediately tCounty of Mrs. Charles store fronts and show
o ; ,
Farmer's I, Agent George Huggins. Weimer regret to learn.of the adopted a special schedule of "extra decorations on their store fronts; ifdt t'tb'foaf

.. DiaryBy .5. death of her mother Mrs. holiday season to make your holiday' spirit, This: _is just another' ,estate on

Count five slowly, and then Robinson of Jacksonville, also of, a pleasure and convenience than to show yon liarth.ey'' appfedate *f .. Sam McGarrey. realize that In' that time 51 the death of the daughter of to;their Trade-At-Home campaign' a a'Irdp."bout

Americans were born. .And still 11:' Mr. and Mrs. Bob Caddell of i And be to ) will continue 'through the ChristittiUi. season,
the fawn: was able to get up we are told that farmers are i j! 1 Baldwin. sure come out Friday the New Year, .and all'the t to
and go. The fawn drop In this producing too much food. j; We are glad to welcome !I j the fabulous "Silver- Dollar Late Show" : v years ,- come.4" 1'* .'';i' I.U.M
area usually occurs in early I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompkins will feature a SUPER. SPECIAL

summer' :I,I into our neighborhood. They I j I ONLY, between- 7.and 9'p. m., and will an example of how 'trading( at home heips...bUHd.

tH11 i I formerly resided in Lake But- 'er'Dollar to Fome.; .]lucky person who is \lnUyyou will be interested to know (if you don't

We our have place,a for new animals subdivisionat that ler.Mr.. arid Mrs. Ml;. Jordan I I time_ the alarm clock rings. Clocks Starke.'I')Renner that Starke now has. a w e aijeo y fr/butor./

is. In going over a bacu field I were holiday guests of friends i! big Silver'-Dollars will be, showering; d \ recently completed a new \' r, house for

we haven't used for six years. in Gainesville. business. section-so be sure to come of 'toys on. 14%f .at.reet( l, and many of the toys
One of the things Or Soil 0 Our :
farmers we ,discovered it is
grown up on counters
; trengthj I fun. and racks in local
are iw,
.ppreciated on Thanksgiving I in myrtle bushes, pines, gall- :
;r-nJ.1} was the long soaking rain I berry, etc., and that under this Soil Conservation 1 i HEILBRONN l Ioatly;;That is how new+bdsin esses'atart, ajid,
+ that' supplied much-needed cover BAPTIST CHURCH In addition spending .
protective the
there are well- i Silver Dollars your payroll dollars totally! yoririay*
:. moisture Tor berries andS worn paths. We haven't any N E W S Sunday School. 10 a. m. gains, there will be lots of other fun s some- other!business to get a start; provtdhig'
( S greens crops. Plastic_ mulching doubt that some enterprising j; I! Morning: 11 'IlL' will
helps conserve moisture' but :. bunny rabbit has sub-divided i j!I By Eli IIau : Training Union 6:30: a.p. m. provided, and hot dogs helping 1 .. to f carry'.! the,"tax. land of.the. community
f the moisture has to be In the the land and is se111ng' j j' will be available at "give-away" prices. f y ,?
Evening Worship 7:30
Conservation plan : Pm.
t: like?$oll to that be conserved, and rains br1ar.-berry patches with no I were received for the farms'of maps'i I Prayer Meeting Wednesdays. come out and meet your friends and do -take'itfrom'Santj' r.f.EJ!; << e. j b, F,. .J'i\f\\eJlt\ 1
one Thursday supplyV down
good amount. payments.. .e Maurice Edwards Jr., Roman 7:30: p. m. Rev. Joe Roop. shopping, .;at, this gala pre-Christmas an honest effort to Jju'y .'e-Y r J.* -J\rtm\ {'
%. M. Alvarez E. E. Wa S.. pastor. Ray Norman pianist. Show," sponsored at! home. Give it a try't t tk-l is
by the Cj ti !
-fA' When in that field, which Gin Billy Varnes, J: F. 'Ad- Glen Norman Sunday School merchants of m "qd .W
This has been an off year adjoins the SAL railroad I kins, G. W. Rivers P. D Reddish superintendent; W. H. Green, ..'
" *' for pecan prices and with nutsbringing tracks we often picture the and R. H. Green Jr. The Training Union director. D. R. '

: only an average o t scene in 1857 when the Fern- maps will be used to lay out Redding, chorister. '
4k 20 cents a pound, some grow andina-Cedar '
Key Railroad complete soil and water :
: .ers have resorted; to belling I was bein built. This place : FREE
; wasa farming olam? They .i1iLt SAli AY ;
W'Z'ietau 5. in an effort to get a wilderness then, with the are reproduction of aerial with the chopper to loosenuparms PARKING EVERY .

better return. Trouble with Big Trees everywhere find 11 photographs of the f the..sod. He also planted some f .
that Is it takes a lot. ,of time to the stumps all over our, .farm, showing the land features. of his cropland to pasture. ",

'. sell off 500 Ibs. of nuts i in and' few settlers and roads, The different fields will be Bryant Reddish says "I get ::. '.f-.jft'( :- ,..'.',!- -

;sln le five-pound. lots. but the railroad changed all 11 numbered and the conservation better results with' my inoculation ,... '- I. '. ,
s. ::: "
that. For one thing, land in practices that the farmer! when I use buttermilk, .", ., .
Tobacco growers are already odd-numbered sections alongthe plans to use in those fields instead of syrup water." ,>! !

starting to prepare seedbedsn railroad were given to the will be recorded. This way he FLORIDA.'. PEST CONTROL ; '. "/ : :
Jpr next year's crops. A new developers, and the 400.000 0 11 can have his complete farm 'f't .. '" ,< ...,-.. .,":,, >.:- ".",, GEM JEWELRY' :
operation | NOTICE OP WTEXTIOV TO f V V'i T; ..- "
plan in this acres sold to
year were raise fundsfor plan before him on one map. IlKOISTEH F. 'TITJOl'S.NAME ." 't vf "*:: '4jg
\ : will allow the rental and con- the project The Soil Conservation Service Notice is hereby given that i
the, ,undersigprU, under the ; ANDREWS; DRUGS
olidatlon of allotments provisions
on .one in its effort to get more "Chapter 20,953 Lawsof ,. I
Z farms! thus saving; $Jime and! See. where the J1o Service. information! to the people, has Florida, .:\cis of 1941. willregister T. HSLADE- '

t expense.; The'plan. ,lntroduc & experimenting with aerial 11 been collecting grazing information Circuit Court with,the In and Clerk for of Bradford the- ., DENMARK'FURNITURE CO. 1

1( : A-.tl Billy Matthews, will. be fire fighting equipment, twin- for use in technic'l County, Florida, upon receipt (J" : 1. ". .

I tried for two' years.. engine;transports carrying two I guides. I have talked this notice of proof, the of fictitious publication name of JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLYMITCHELL'S .: !
i: : 180-gallon tanks conjoiningfirersmoth.ering ; j W. Hamilton, L. J. Green, of Trl-County Land & Development t :: NORTfl FLORIDA $VfPLY I

Ned l Coleman, ;one of our \ chemicals. Fred McDavid> and Foster engaged Co.in under business which at we Route are f. ,.
: leading growers, is bung honored The nlanes! ail} J>e used to. Shi Smith The discussion! was %. Box 158. Lake Butler, Florida. DRUG STORE COMMUNITY
tonight at the Soil Conservation check fires'in inacessible acresuntil on types of. pasture' number 158.U. Lake F. Merrill Butler,,Route Fla.i 2 Box STATE BANK of STARKE :

: District. Supervisorsmeeting heavy equipment can be of days the pasture was grazed Richard Jones. Box. 248, llacclenny RUBY JOHNS '
with a Certificate of moved in. Fla. BEAUTY SHOP
number of animals the WESTERN
tlaled AUTO I \
this Sftth day of November ASSOCIATE
jleiit for outstanding copse pasture, if hay was made, if A; D.. 1961 at Starke, .' "* .. STORE
:' ration-0-,Presentation is Jbeing Gum producers are having silage or hay was fed to the l Bradford County Florida. STARKE BUILDERS *
11-30 4t 12 21 SUPPLIEs"
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raAde y'a'representa'tiviB of a"t tough'time as turpentine at cows while on the pasture, a- ," ,; PRIEST'S ;
:!the. Goodyear Tire & Rubber I 25 cents a gallon'Is at"the mounts and types 'of'fertilize, NOTICE IS IFEREBY GIVEN J 's- I
that the 'desiring to *. v : \ ; .t -
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co. lowest price In 20 years. Trouble and lime applied and the animal l- engage In business under, the NASWORTHY( FURNITURE '.' f\
i 'is that turpentine, once preference gains de. fictitious name of "HONEST rSTARKE RECAP CQ. !
or ma I '
jT ,Three hunting dogs were the most JOHN'S GULF SERVICE STA APPLIANCES ; i ." \ ', .
Important H
'r ;11 ,naval 1 All this ; information will be> TIOat 666 North 'Temple A.ND "i
,. p irsuin;. % deer last. week,' i in stores product, is now produced tied to the soil types of the Avenue in the City of Starke, : .
the woods Lake City.: The! in Florida. Intends to register the / ROBBINS't I
near excess as byproductof different pastures and cost return said name with the Clerk of the BULLINGTON ,
frantic deer, a doe about to rosin and paper. production.As information will be de- Circuit Court of Bradford ; .', STUDIO ij I; /',; ';. !
bring Of f,wn,ran pas a group S. veloped. < Countr.John Florida.W., Yoak v '' -:": WILLIAMS ,. .- .
: :.:$f hunters and a,game, icy ir'den. you tlow, sterile flies are Fisher Gaskins used the'i 11-30, 4t 1221and BRADFORD. BUILDING SUPPLY.: ; ,fijJf; c'ff" .-., . ," ,: :
then ; :
} The qolckly' caught being produced'gain in District weed chooper NOTICE E? HEREBY GIVEN : .f' t i
the/ ogs, and'a. few minutes effort to stamp out the screw- seeder cultipacker to plant' 20! that the undersigned, desirirg \ '" EAGLE'S ; ," '., ., FRED'S MARINE, CENTER
M .
in'a thicket, the to engage In business under the .
ei.later nearby worm pest which broke .outsome i
; acres of 8-1 cloyer ors his fictitious name ot "PLAZA : .jg#
I fawn was safely born: Thnd time: ago. You can helpby Carpet and Bahla pastures. LODGE (01'E*;' en >Y. S.. 301 : t/ KQCH'S DRUG STORE"vV ,'" ,
; ;
i hunters'guarded mother keeping'a' lookout for Before planting -the clover, Florida Northof, intend the City to register of' the '.fix "" 'j:: ,: JOHNSON'S FARMERS SUPPLY ,
baby for'.several hours until I screw-wgrn infestation and Fisher ran over'his :pastures, said name with the Clerk of the : : STUMP'S ;J{ ;. ; I
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'YYYYYYYYTTYTTTTTTYTY9CLAY I Susie Norman of Jacksonville Ie ."-

i, and Mrs. Holiday and chil- I!' Lake Tabbed Christmas Cage Prison. Employee HearsE had charge of the program. - r
City : Rotary !
I [ Roughest .
dren. The Holiday family have : .. '
HILL i I I, -- '-- +'" -+ Turnover Stopped -'It. ;wrai:.; .announced, that i
rfec1lly tiiW-KT: fif ttiF coif / t -*--***-: -v -.* ILL IAMtSJEWELRT
Tourney) Set rry History :there would be no Rotary
where James
: Griffis ; .
8f I i; Team Tornadoes By Pay Raise,. '
ffift .
,j; h. StridiIand' l lives. Have < : 4 meeting on Wednesday, Dec.

..... .j..... ...j John and Betty' Brumbelow ;;i .-. ..-.. .. ... .. .. ,. Bradford, High School basketballera' Pay raised 'premed .1 by. the St.' A g a$tint e;; 6, because of the Ladies Night
.1 \isl ed' Dad( and Mom Strick- .vHir eater"the S r-'1961 Legislature
; for State .
Lake City's Tigers who will i Johnny Ltee RE ; I event next Thursday nisht.What's
All wh R are interested in the lau j on Thanksgiving: cay meet Starke's Tornadoes otf'McRae; ; Dewayne' ond Annual Gainesville High'Prison personnel have ,cut the, An interesting talk on the ,. _. REPAIRS .
care .pf the Padgett ( ; Quarterback, Irwin School, Invitation,thiS December -I I ,_ _. .,_- _.. -_
Cemetery J, T Padgett of Lawtey j WATCHESDIAMONDSAll
i )I Bradford Field Friday night. Martin; LH, John Reddish; FB, former heavy ,turnover .rate to early] history and geographyof ; ,, -'" .
near -
Padgett ; '20 and 21, -- -- --" --
Church are notified visi !;Ed the 'Ybugah Padgetts ii j .according \6\ practically zero, according to r
j that I are taboed 'as the roughest Tom Gardner; aha( RH., ifartyjStarling. ? ,Tornado St. Augustine and present j Work GuaranteedA.
there will be a work= i of Clay Ilili, and the men folks:; j, Cage Mentor' Etwin Prisons Director H. G. Coch-; Going' on
I ins thereon Dec. J team of the season on the j Land. i. restoration efforts in the Ancient C. William
2. The folks,, went duck:: hunting. j ran Jr. j At The IEH
are trying to establish services -i Irene Padgett has been I!I BHS scouting' report. j' Slated to 'fiU in 'at. defensive The tourney wilt:' be held at Before pay raises: went into I City was given at the Display 142 W. Call St.'
I at this church "They hale better spied ends are Buster Hughes GHS iii Gairieavttfe' during the I Club Wednesday by! I Fla.AMBULANCE .
again in visiting relatives in North effect, the overall tranover rate,! Rotary: 1 400 W. Madison Starke,
I the near future., All who are Carolina for some time. i than any team I've seen this I, and Ken Terrell. Bilt Jackson : first week ,of tlfe. sdiaol's; of employees in the prison sys-i Dr. John Dunkle{- associate] .I ,.
season," Coach Charles Francis will' corner i .
; play defensive
interested in having services, Kate Bowens of Jacksonville ', ChriitmaS vacation the coach tern was 13 per cent, Cochran professor Department of Phy-\ J
Please notify us and we will *, Buddie tyilkifison's sister,j.i sail: in his report. "They I linebacker, and Mac Hill Vil11 C said...Admission will be $1, for, sic l Science and Geography' I
had 'good spirit at the beginning !j Be' at.de erisive' middle guard- adults said.The ? I I
inform the.proper ones to get was visiting friends and rela- and 50 cents for stud! last ,Legislature fixed at tnetfniversity of Florida. -
these services going again. I tins here on Thanksgiving. We!! of, the!season but seem,j jto j ents. Starke did.nbt: participate. $300 much; SERVICEPHONE
i isuppose ham, W lieware.ofx i,I I II I monthly salary for correctional Dr. Dunkle has done
tI ftr.bufc: Pre-Game in the tournament I
Several .
films on "survival"will 'she alSo enTdyed Parade last'year. officers or guards! research of the early periods i 96-1-2600. !Ii
:J be shown by the Clay I visiting .with the John Wilkinj :I 'last goat 'effort. tFrancis'i I Set TotnorrowI I Four teams Starke, P, K.. and increases for nearly all per of St. Augustine, in an effortto I
t. County Civil Defense department I j sonswhile'' they are malting r report o ys; I 1 Yonge OcaJa1> and GHS 'have sonnel. It also provided atepups. determine what the physical i!| DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

lee at the( Clay Hill School,i their Syr p. John put,in most I ThV-Tfgeji.wm meet the I I 1I I Merchants are invited to enter entered Ala, jtear/s/ tourney,l over a 4& year period. Coch-:, aspects of the town were indifferent D'eWiU C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
ra Jan. 29 and 30. The films are j of the week'grinding'cane and Tornadoes after consecutive; cars in a pre-garae parade Land said. Starke will take I rane said the higher pay is a eras, and how it grew:i Starke, FlaI ,
being shown to students and j making 'syrup; Then Friday .[los ei to Maccleiiny;:li-7 and;immediately after school at on Ocala in. the first game of big factor'in boosting the average to be like it is .today. '
teachers in all schools 1 night .they had ,to" have some' Live Oak 20-12'oath Jeamsj I i.3:30 the tournament at Tp. m. Wednesday cost per inmate from I RENTAL SERVICES
'will introduced: :
[ Friday which speaker :
I tour. The was
; the loci hive bested this December 20, and GHS Hospital! Beds Wheel! Chairs, Crutches
throughout the county. fun to riritsH! tip the' work.Sounded I. the downtown area.< : $2.82 a day in 1939: to an estimated by Dr. A.: Y. Covington who 1
Among 'the'visitors in I to': ti$ )like all of the season; .' ., 7 < I The parade, sponsored by the i will play 'P. K. Yonge at 8 p.I 13.48 per day'in i1 e.current I Ir I .
t-;, church at Highland last'Sunday rburtg toUs: in this,lieck bf the I Right half Rocky Trfomas; Bra ford'High Student. Council, m. the same 'nig1it. : two-year period. II I .
; .were the John, J3simeU woods tiavihgan" $ 160 pound senio'fr number' On the second nigfit the At present there 522 I
were present C I IS open td care'only, not floats. are em- \ For The Best Deal Anywhere
i family of Lawtey, Buddie and 'enjoyable tiinfe": 20 1 is the team's best .bre k= I winners l ifrill play' 'the winners pioyees tit the Raiford Prison,'
i Nellie, Wilkinson, who now belong -t Bill Pendarvis gas with us away hack and is very dangerous and the losers;the losers.. with an approximate annual:_: SeeROBERTS'

to'Lorijf Branch Church, in church Sunday. Looks well, .I if he'gets vitsH<< ; R4nd*11. student Council ti ., t .r k, payroll of $2,500,000. i H
Jackson, number- '82, ,a 180 : \
Set' GoodwillSupper 108 GideonsAttend : I
pound senior, is the. best pass '
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I f lance; number 1, a .158 pound I Ii '. I Rtilly/ Set t By Cti "e rS: I r
i junior likes to catch the, buttonhook The Bradford 'IJigh ischool r ':- ''? I AND OLDSMOBILE
pass.Number'10 Student Council: will host'the One hun rtd:and eight! r, Bradford High capers will

,I Frahk V) 1ing, a Columbia Countf. Student Gideons 'aij'd guests from afivecounty :,, hold a full game pre-seasoh AUTHORIZED: DB.Ii.ER. 1
155 pound senior is tabbed a Council at a. supper at 6:30: ( 'area':'attended a scrimmage next.Monday night 4 tl,
"fine" uhrfer15 ck. He can Friday'irr,the Bits :-cafciefia. rally ,1 ind fellowship banquet I at. 7:30 as' they add' finishing f Fla
Ph. 3033 Green Cove Springs,
run ,,'eli If 'trapped find Ii a Members> ,of the7local; group held in the First) MethodiSt touches before the season's I .
I r NATURAL 1 good passer. will bring ill -the'food: The Fellowship if all 1iit-Saturday I,first game at; Callahan on Fri I. tJ l .. .. ,

y In dttemptiiig to complete supper is planned as a good. night. The,o.fganlz UOl1 lids day. December c. 7 ..
their second straight season will gesfuw. beliween-'the two-i as its goal. the,plning of Bibles .Admission to the scrimmage .
undefeated, they nave won 19 schools. in the school, hospitals, will be one bar or soap" Coach STOPAnd
1 Dependable Economical consecutive games the Tornadoes -- hotels, motels, and.other uIJ- Land said. If You Need Money
will go withthe same James lie pf ces. Season' tickets, good for all

f PHONE, 964-1301 NIGHT 964-2111 j i tentative starting line-up they WatsonServices Saturday's rally was spoil- 10 home cage gameS, can be Your House i":.
had for Green Cove. Named cored, by the Starke Camp purchased from any BHS home
CITY OP STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT. by head coach Len Register I Set which; .during I960' conduct Coach for $6 a saving of $1.50 This man is' cheerful because Needs/ / ttepalrs --- 'r
#> are left end Hallie Seymour-; 155 Jail.sE'rvlces' iii five coun- over' buying; a ticket for each : ;

.}\.: LT, Jimmy Smith; 1X5, .Mike For Friday ties,, l| State,'Prison' services, game. Students may purchase head This r '
i III -- Darby; center, Gary Koubaj; and 52 'State -Prison Bibie season tickets for $2. a savingof a. He has money in the >, I

: Buy' or Trade For a RG, Arthur Holiday;_ RT James Watson, 77, of Starke, classes. j 50 cents. Adult tickets will bankb.. His wife has in \\'-: 4: if
-- died in a Starke hospital Featured speaker at the cost 75 cents.at the door and money :.t."t; V
;: N and i'e.hope. he wlif soon be Wednesday afternoon;following banquet was:Duane A. Darrojr I students" tickets 25 cents. A the bank, Established, Reputable ti J j ; .
l Westinghouse home to stay. an extendjjd illness. of North Augusta; S. C., whp season tickets will not entitlea, c. He knows' it is "money,
Rev. George Chism, Mrs. A retired employee of the has served"On the Gideon purchaser to a reserved seat,'! the bank" to trade with us. Company Will Remodel Or ',

TV or Stereo Chism and Edward, Debbie Prudential insurance Company International Board of Direc the coach said, since games Yessir. we have shaved and,
J I Ii and Simeon Phillips, and ; of America, Mr. Watsonwas tors. He: announced that the can be seen well from anyplace trimmed prices down to a Add On To Your House And PaOff- Your I Bills..

i Susie Norman visited'with born I In,Glasgow, Scotland organization now 'has camps in the gym. whisper. I II I
the Stricklands last Sunday; October 14, 1884. He was a in 60 counties around the PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $10.00 PER MONTHNOTHING
and all had dinner together member of the Presbyterian world. KMayor t C Company refreshing Smooth-as-silk milk sires a i i
We really enjoyed the visit Randal 'I touch to every I '
Church and his parents were Chitty welcomed TO PAY TILL 62 !
Preston Padgett of Maxville the late John and Elizabeth the Gideons and expressed Held meaL,Serve it every day. c

has been, and still is, very ill, McDonald Watson. appreciation for their: Inspection .. ) Rooms Added Porches Enclosed ;
we understand. Hope he will Surviving is;; his wife, Mrs.I good work*fn \the area. He was i '
i J soon be well. Agnes Sharpe Watson of j later presente'with Bib Men and bfiberd of Co. B, Roofs Reshingled-, New ,Baths *: j
.1 Also heard that Baily Langof Starke. inscfiijed with his laDle, by 748th Ordnance Battalion lAnd I
.1I I' Jacksonville, brother to } nfrai'services will be) held Fred '$acher, pr s1derttof the were inspected in ranks'and hi 1 1I General Repairs ,It
I Fred and Richard Lang of in Jones Memorial, Chapel Starke .Camp.; classes at their armory in
:t NO PAYMENTS 'TIL MARCH 1962 Clay Hill is in the-hospital. 2 p. m. Friday with Rev. Walter S. 'BuckIngham of Camp Blanding Tuesday night. 1 CALL NOW FOR FREE ESTIMATE !
< Regret to report that we Bob Badgett. minister, dffici- Vero.Deachr state, ,president of Major Miller, of the Inspector -I '
j had only 47 in Sunday School the organization, introduced General's department, U I *
Use Your Cash For Other Christmas j' ating. Burial will follow in ;; 969-1042
last Sunday. The Beginnersand Crosby Lake Cemetery under the guests.'and William Nearing S Army was the inspecting ,

... Shopping! I Junior boys tied for the direction of DeWitt C. Jones of Daytona Beach led officer. After the inspectionin -q,, ..
banner. And there were only Funeral Home. group singing and sang two ranks, a brief period:! was t
:'f 16 present for Training I iolos. set aside .for-members of. the ...- ;... r : I,
NOR frFLqlUPPLY CO Union just six in the Adult HouseBurri Others, taking part on the unit to air any grievances privately :
Negro, .
Union. Surely hope for a bet- program were;. Rev., : John R. I before the inspector. i it t .
(, i ter turn-out'this Sunday. To tiG round, Brabnam i% invocatibh;;; Rev.Fr t, Records, training program?i: /L'h {J: ,

H--a ..':,)' .r #un ;!,Sr Doid. df ionaj.Rev;' instruction, housekeeping, and\ :,.\( .. !
4-11. --, The home of an elderly Negroj. Bob) ;Bgdgett<< ,. welcbiiie to basic military subjects were) 't!:. 'z l,1 WE STOCK A COMPETE LIKE OFTiROCiRIES ; I'

!man, Preacher' Peterson, 'who! churches; Dr, H. focBojillnger, the items reviewed! by Maj.,' .. ,',& fAf1""J": ';: (
Complete Photographic Service ;lives JusS off"Tom Hatt Street rjjsjfrnse; and 'Ro. j feq.:1teb- 'Miller. who complimented, the ''I .... -'i..,,...,. :,. .., .
benediction .'. "" I'
ert, unit personnel highly .on'l; { "'J "., ""' .
;ln Nat Wniiam's Subdivisionin Gerald', Culberson of the their overall performance. Iti! (
northeast Starke, burned to Jacksonville will be several i it Ernest Alien 607 E.: Browtilee Ph. 969.1093 lIilIT'Hard brook
Cameras 1 Hallmark Greeting : Camp served asmas days however I
Film BULLINGTON the ground before fireman f.of ceremonies;. before the rating attained onj i II
.' Cards j could reach it early Wednesday me'Glcieons.. met again at this inspection will be known. 4 j I
Watches FLA. GRADE "A"
... "Feature. Lock"JB"ty 'morning, November 29. 7 a. in. Sunday prior to filling Visitors observing ,the: Inspection ';'I '

, Studio and Gift Shop( Diamond i iI i'tile Fire house Chief Red Buford fallingin said their churches assignments m the ,Stave in area.26. McLane included commander Col. of T. KJ,I48th' f RYERS or HENS Ib. - 29c I
was already ,
Wedding At 1 p. m, they met for a report Division Trains of which t tI _
I i Tape Recorders by the time firemen reachedit. I. _
(dinner in the Gold House the 748th Ord. Bn. is a part. I
Phonographs Starke, Florida Sets Peterson told Buford that Restaurant. and'Lt. Col: Harrj; M. Hatcher t

I I he woke up with the'house'full Jr, commander of the< 'lStht] SMOKED BACON lb. - - 39 (

I .1' of smoke. lie left it. he said.I Religious Program Ord. Bn. 'I i if 1 .
'leaving all his possessions be-i f
f Set For Sunday .
hind. Cause of blaze 1 I Social SecurityA
the has !:
I 'Ii not been determined. On WRGR RadioThe t"" I SPARERIBS lb. .
representative of the;! : - 29t

i Men's Basketball! fourth broad'asUng'sea- Gainesville Social Security- ,.;
: be the courthouse: -
son of "Forward In Faith," flee will at
I P&J To Be OrganizedAn I r on Friday Dec. 8, at 9:30 a.; SMOKED or ; .
. Cover Your In o world-wide radio ministry of :m. for the purpose of conducting -'
y ,the Church of God in Starke I social business. sEib.33c BACON
organizational meeting of security I. Ibi
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( nd Doors\wit the, Men's Basketball League and associated congregations C. Persons who desire to make =
will be held -at the Pratt will begin Sunday Dec:: ,3. The :applications for social security;;
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coaches sponsors, and Conducting the series will be :count numbers,'or get.any other -' Fresh Pork Sale

' players who' are interested in Rev: Ray H. Hughes; presidentof social security information; .
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the league should attend this Lee College Cleveland, Tenh. are invited to call at this time. I| .. ..

meeting. ? He is a noted, evangelist and ,, END. CUT c. '
CRYSTAL CLEAR, SHATTERPROOF PLASTIC Last year six teams were represented radio minister. International Headquarters of' :

in the league. They "Forward in.Faith" Is' broadcast the Church of God in Cleveland ;j .PORK.CHOPS Jb.39c PORK SIDE lb. 39c
were Seniors, Juniors, Presby, by more than 100 stations Tenn. Music is provided .
terian. Professors., Keystone, and /Caches into 46 states and by a team of musicians and
amp y and Lawtey. 11 foreign countries.! II singers from the Lee College i CENTER

4. Singing Convention I, The program originates in the music department! .I I:f PORK mops I. 59c HAMS lb.--.49c

dY, y.we'- ; To Meet Sunday I II Thrifty H Improvements

';;'- -""" : I The Bradford-Union sing j i Start Here ,. Pork. Shoulder I 39c Pork Back Bone lb. 49c

I ,. ins: convention will meet: Sun- : i: .. ..,
, ,' .Keep S Out Cold 2om91 u ,I 'day Dec. 3, at Boatdrain ''I I .
Baptist Church. Th re'wW be; ..
\1W Holds In Heat 3b'wlrt !& sermon,,dinner will be, ser.-I: Beel Sale :;
eMi a 21'eat i I'willti ,red, and ?singing" enjoyed < :

Saves TuoP 40f0 On Fuel l f I ing the afternoon. ; ;.. ,. ,.w .-. rt
Everyone interested in gospel : .
Costs So little f staging. is urged to- attend.' FIlE3H GItOl ND. BRISKET

i t >! > Anyone Can Afford It p -- lb. = lb. .
i Vt *14fjhri Compare,the low cost,light weight, '
I r convenience and weatherproof Cdt'ftCH : .
t i IIE" qa Lttes- of W rp*' Flex-O-Glass: I Rev.. D. E.Willis Pastor ; WE CURRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR -
; N with expensive,breakable glass. : AND OUT-DOOR ALL :!IEA T
l FIXUP. I 18 STEW lb =
' So Easy. Anyone Con Do It CUT WITH SHEAU Worship: ; A. B. C. ;Finance 39c STEW Ib; . 59cCAUCK

, It takes only a few minutes to r Tuesday Prayer Msetinj' -'-- .
of Warp's Shatterproof .:311 m. "
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Window'' Materials. It's so > '
easy Saturday Church Services- : .- ,-- -' '- .- CHUCK ,

t doing catch that even it. Don't the unprepared womenfolks,let cold weather! enjoy Get _- 7:3tt.p:' nr. I "PEone' 964-5291' ROAST lb. 43c STEAK lb. 49

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r Marshal Sumter Harley. Tobacco Quotas Bantam All Stars BHS F ootbaIlersFeatured :C. Buford has given the unit -
iHendrejth Free Harley testified that he .recovered 'permission to use the, Fire De- '

the murder weapon at To Face BrookerIn On TV partment and equipment, sincea "
Are ProclaimedFluecured
Hendreith's home indicatingthat two story building 'is needed 'FREE TICKETS
Pre-game PlayThe
iOn Murder Count the Negro had returned to Bradford High School's Tornado for ladder exercise. Some mem-

his house and did not come tobacco marketing Starke All-Stars will footballers were featuredon ,bers of the Fire Department

f [Continued From Page Onel] immediately to notify him after quotas for 1962 were play Brooker at 6:30: Friday i TV's channel 12 last Fri- i are also taking the course. 2, FREE TICKETS TO THE !

'w the shooting. 'proclaimed by the Secretaryof night at the High School field day, November 24, on Walt i Several members of the Rescue FIRST 10 Readers Who Find To Meet I

Negro testified that he had'seen The 12-man all-white jury Agriculture on November in the Bantam Football Ail- Dunbar's 6:15 Sports Show. {! Unit have completed the The Title Of This PictureIn 1

Hendreith using the knife deliberated 50 minutes before 20, according to Mrs. Mildred Star Bowl. Dunbar toid of the Torna- basic first aid course, The Classified Ad i

<4 while dressing a hog at his bringing in a not guilty verdict Sapp. ASCS County Office The'game Is being played does' now famous ''19 game ed by the American Prescrib-'I Section Below THE DEVIL at :
home. Defense before Wednes- streak showed and have
tL witnesses denied Just noon manager. before the Bradford High winning and qualified to -
.. however that Walker day. The quota when convertedto School final game with Lake pictures of the 13 seniors and er first aid. Authorization cards 1 :

was at Hendreith's home dur- acres makes 716,147 acres of the team going through .will be sent to qualified mem J 4 O'CLOCK

ing the time the hog was being County Gets available for allotment in City.The Starke team is com- drills. The films had been made bers from' headquarters in At / W,16', ,

,* dressed. Dedan Road Deed 1962 in the five producing: posed of Terwillegar Motors earlier. 'lanta, Ga. I! SPEI.IGER.fid"f 1

'Hendreith said he did: not states .including Florida. Individual Bantam team who came in E .a Starting

Actually see a knife in Mor- T. Frank allotments to most second in the league plus play- Rescue Unit w. c. 7. (I.
gan's upraised hand but as- County Attorney old grower farms will be identical ers from Koch's Drugs and DEC. 3RDAT

::.: spmed his life was threatened Landrum announced yesterday to the 1961 allotment for the ,Torode Shellers. Taking Course "RUNNING PEOPLE DOWNIS j
deed has been receIved -
after Morgan cursed him and that a these farms. The only excep- Brooker received the rightto A BAD HABIT, WHETHERYOU
the county from J. Members of the Bradford
by 1M 4l&
ti fumbled in his pocket." He tions are where an old grower play in the game when they ARE A GOSSIP OR A
said that Morgan fell sj that W. Kelly for rightofwayon farm's history was adjustedfor won the Bantam. Football County Civil Defense Rescue MOTORISTS."
the Dedan Church road. Unit attending a 15-hour Florida
J:| he- partially hung up on the i leaves' failure to plant during the League with an 8-1 record I are (SUNSHINE MAGAZINE.) ,
this work this
Landrum said course in fire rescue
ill front of the car. He pulled the base period and for those for the season. I
only one parcel of rightofway week.A THE RIGHT POINT for the
bp.dy. away, so that it lay flat farms on which a violation These boys are 10 to 12. Theatre
.f. on the ground.: Hendreith said unsettled on the occurred this year. years of age and weigh less certified instructor from' way you write. Come in and; In Color
and that negotiations are con- the Florida Fire College with select favorite ESTER-
then went to notify Lawteyrt'scoingon Allotments for eligible 1962 than 115 pounds. your 1 Starke, Fla.
tinuing on that. He will reporton new grower farms will be established headquarters in Ocala is serv- BROOK Fountain Pen. TEL_ -

progress at the County late in February ing as instructor Fire Chief R. GRAPH. \

; Commission meeting Friday. 1962 from a reserve held at Cop Slayer -.,

At The IEH The Dedan Church road was the Washington level. The national -

Display one of two secondary roads quota increase over Back In CourtLeroy

; 400 W.Madison I scheduled to be hard-surfaced 1961 will permit a small reserve Honest John'sGULF
under the county's new bond for that purpose without McCray 33-year-old

I' issue. making it necessary to reduce Negro convicted for the shoot-
R the allotments for old farmsto
s ing of a Starke policeman

That's Our Business provide such a,reserve. Leonard Colson in 1950 was 20 Wordi or less, one time -__ .85 Memorials, Resolutions ,_ .,. Se per' word

GLASS We Have It" Each farm operator will receive back in the courts this week. SERVICE If not paid b advance ... .,L9 Cards( of Thanks, op to 60'wadsT !.:N
"If It's Glass early in December the
McCray who was out of Keyed or Blind Ads ._ .
VISIT the ? -' 1.60 Over 50 words __>__- .-.. .,. fie per word
: CALL WRITE or official notice showing prison on parole was sentenced Eaefc additional
ward over zo -_ .s Display ads in Classified.--. +iacb
FOR ANY GLASS NEEDSHEA'S 1962 farm acreage allotmentfor to ten years in Union Cir- Corner Brownlee and Temple per

his farm. Eligible growers cuit Court this week on a FOR SALE-100 ft. lots fronting FOR RENT-2 unfurnished 4 ADULT EDUCATION COURSES
; GLASS CO. will then vote on December 12 charge'of breaking and enter- Phone 964-6791 Hiway 16. J. B. White I room house. 4 miles from EVENINGS. MONDAY-
as to whether or not they favor phone 9641651. Raiford Road.
ing the home of Ellery Griffison Starke on Raiford Rd. 16. THROUGH THBRS: 'AY. All
: (NOT INC.) quotas for the three-year period the Brooker road and steal- 4tp 12-7 Rodman Underhill. 2 to 11-30 High School subjects. Business

i "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co.:' 1962 through 1964. If ing a television set. FOR SALE-Second runner Courses. Conversational i
WALKER HOUND Spanish. Mechanical Drawing
: We Design Modern Store Fronts more than one-third of the He will also be taken to Du- Fla. 90 Strawberry Plants. black and tan with white feet. Testing services. White students :

Mail Us A' Pattern ,For farmers in the five-state pro val County for trial on a Earnie Teston. State Rd. 16 2 Last seen at Lincoln City. Reward : contact L H. Gibson. [
: Just ducing area vote "no", quotas charge of assault on a Florida miles E. of Starke. 2tchg 11-30 Notify Vasco Forsyth. USO Bldsr. Office. Negro students !
Table Tops and allotments will not be effective Highway Patrolman .Charles Ph. 969-1572. Starke Itchg : contact Prof. Eddie :
: Fla. Phone FR2-4353 and there will be no SAVE Thompklns. RJE High! School. ,
1313_N.. W. 4th- PI. Gainesville- MUBI H Strickland, last June 16. You can save 287.aO a year by FOR SALE Super Cruisair tfcnt ;
V price support on the 1962 crop. Strickland had picked up Mc- owning the home but 10 ao so Motor Scooter. Excellent con I
If quotas are effective price Cray in Jacksonville on a AT WHOLESALE PRICES you must own it by January dition. 2 years old. In storage FOR RENT 2-story farm I I
support at 55.5 cents per traffic violation and was tak- I 1st., Dry down payments: areas all year. Reasonably priced. house, modern conveniences.! I
low as $287.50. Call 9641282. tfchg 31-2 miles south of Starkeon
pound adjusted upward or
i ing him to jail when the alleged -
J. Thomas, Realtoruu' US 301.
Ctchi? 12-7
I downward in direct proportionto assault took place. GULF Fury FOR RENT -Unfurnished 2
TERWILLEGAR. any change in the cost of McCray had served about !' UN STATIi' tfUAU 101)\ bedroom house in Citv: also FURNISHED APARTMENTfor -
things farmers buy. will be AND EDWARDS ROAD unfurnished 2 bedroom hous
rent. 4
i rooms and bath.
t of 35
years a year sen- Guaranteed [STATE ROAD In
100-A country. W. H.
TIRES ] Nollman, 510V 202
effective in 1962. Likewise Broadway St. or call 964-
: tence for the shooting of Col- I have some choice locations nhafit
tfobg 8491.
tobacco will be subjectto ito
excess which I
son.Cabinet. will let you have un-
a marketing penalty equal der option with nothing down LADIES BULOVA Diamond FOR RENT -Year Round. 3
,,I to 75 per cent of the average OPEC pending an approval for VA Watches. now from $39.95 bedroom nicely furnished
.. marketing price during the OK'sAirport or FHA .financing: You build and only $5 down. Pick yours house on Klngslev Lake. Electric
you pay no build, no pay. out now for Christmas. Dah- kitchen. Call Rosenbergs
r 1961 marketing season accOrding A. J. Thomas. Realtor mer's. 112 E. Call St. Furniture Store.
r to Mrs. Sapp. Site 6tche 11-30 y- tfchg
4 ; If price support is available FOR RENT -Unfurnished 2

.-. g ILF the so-called discount varieties At Lake Butler OPEN 24 OPEN! St.bedroom Inquire house Bradford on N Cherry' Engineerint with FOR 1 SALE-3 acre land.bedroom 4 miles northof home FOR room RENT apartment- Furnished with bath.5

of tobacco will be supported HOURS 303 N. Cherry Starke on 301.-Kenneth Hot and cold water. Natural
at only one-half the ohone 964-2521. gas. Phone 964-5541 any time
sup- The State Cabinet has formally tfchg Crawford. Rt. 1. Box 25, of10. h In H"
port rate for other varieties T.a Wtov 2tn 12-7 -
accepted a 500-acre tractat HORSE FOR SALE. Runs like
The discount varieties pre- the old Lake Butler air fieldto the devil. [Signed! Anony- WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE FOR. RENT-2 bedroom tm
viously announced are: Coker rnl..c-- OPEN LISTINGS. NO furnished house at 431 N. st.
be used as a site for a new OPEN .._ Itchg SALE Clair St. See
139. Coker-140. 187-Golden NO'PAY. STROUT REALTY J. L. Silcox.
State Prison Hospital and reception 17" PICTURE _9t.n 12-"
Wilt and Dixie Bright 244 or TUBE. $19.95; J. Hansen Rep. 5 ml S. of:
center. 21" Picture Tube. $29-95: plus Starke
on S. 301. Phone
other the
GO PRICES ON THESE characteristics.having The property was deeded to labor. One year warranty. AtDahiner's 4681766. Waldo. tfchg HASTINGS MATTRESS
same the state by the Union County TV &; Appliance
Center. etchg 11-30 FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur- & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
Commision which had bought
nished house. Adults. Conven- 710 Lemon ilL Falaika
Spouse Cuts I the air field property several FOR RENT2 bedroom un- ient located. Phone 9647182. Furniture Repaired, Up-

Used Cars! years ago. Acceptance by the ntic Ic'sGROCERY furnished garage apartment. tfchg holstered & Refinished
,Negro Woman the Cabinet proposed was another$810,000 step center in tfchg COLONIAL FLORIST MATTRESSES\ REBUILTNew

L I FOR RENT Two bedroom Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. Innerspringsand
A Starke Negress Lou Ethel authorized by the 1961 Legis- furnished house Excellent Flowers wired any place. Flow- Box
1955 FORD'Custom Tudor $ Of lature. condition. 515 St. Clair St. ers for all occasions locally. Springs
Chandler. 26, who lives on the. The legislature budgeted and MARKETHalf Couple only or one child. $65. Phone 9646291. 508 East Drop Us A Card or CaD

V-8 No. 459A d Old Lawtey Road, was cut on $100,000 for planning the Call Gainesville 3723293. Nona St. tfchg PALATKA EA 5-9168
Mile\ North of City Limits-U. S. 301 3tchs 12-14
both wrists and the left hip by center, and $700,000 for its STARKE 864-5934
construction. The OPEN 7 DAYS RENT-Efficiency
her husband Tuesday Novem- new facility apart-
types of real
FORD Ranch Wagon ment estate. We attract Starke, Agent
1954 $70500 will be used to prisoners nicely furnished. Hot
buyers from
ber 28, according to Deputy and cold water furnished. Coast to
: No. 463A before they are assignedto Adults..Phone Coast. United Farm Agency
Sheriff Dolph Reddish. H. PUPPIES FOR SALE
: other units of the prison A. F. Sauls. 633 McMahone G. Bellinger agent Phone -
j The woman told Reddish she system. 1 Ib. tin - 69c qt tfrhe 964-2881. 426 N. Walnut St. Bloodhound and Redbond

1955 CHEV. Belaire $ ; i i j didn't know why her husband, ltchgITS crOSS.R.. H. Grlder. 600 8. I'
$54500 VAN CAMPS No. 2* Can FOR RENT Three bedroom at- Westmoreland. Phone 969- '
Alfonso "Fuzz" Chandler, 27, A FACT that Chiropractic 2841. !.
i tractively 2 to 11-30
Fordor V-8 No. 453B I I Padgett Trial 99c cottage on
cut her when she went to Os PORK and BEANS 4 I Kinreley Lake. Central heat- continues to restore health
sie Carter's home on the Old I ing-Mr! j. W. Kincaid. phone after other methods have fail LOST ONE MALE Pekingese
Set Dec. 7 ARMOURS Limit 1 With $5.00 Order esa.14o1' << named Baby. If anyone
tfchz ed.Bring
1956 FORD Tudor V-8 $49500 Lawtey Road to get some VEGETOLE 3.Ib. 49c your health problems has seen or know the where
clothes. The can - to
have been
couple : FOR the BoUinger Chiropractic abouts
RENT-3 contact.
room and bath Mrs.
Black & White No. 42 separated for three weeks and In Alachua GOOD HOPECANNED nicely furnished newly decora- Clinic. 426 N. Walnut St.Phf'np. Moody at Dixie Grill} Restaurant -
had lived in the Carter house. ,: ted cottase. Phone 964-2261 9R4-fun. Itchg ito

1959 ENGLISH FORD The Chandler woman told Red- The first degree murder trial MILK 8 cans. for $1.00 I Mrs. Margaret S. Howard. FOR RENT Furnished apart, FOR SALE-25 acres of farm
$59500 dish that she walked into the ''I __. tfchg ments. Reasonable rates. Near land
of Abril Z. Padgett of Brooker LONG GRAIN RICE 5 Ibs 59c i all cleared West of
Fordor Perfect No. 88A house and her husband attacked has been scheduled in Alachua '; FOR RENT-2 bedroom un- shopping center. Phone 969- Starke hlway 100. Ask at
GA. RED furnished house. 210 N. Water 2011 or call at 213 S. Cherry Moody's Servli-t!. Station: for
County Circuit Court for
her.The St. [Shell Oil Co. Office Information.
St. Phone 964-6761 8 tfchg 2to 12-7
husband who has not Thursday. Dec. 7. a. m. to
1956 PLYMOUTH Club ; CUT BEANS 4 cans 49c : 4:30 p.'m. or 964-9331 after 5
i iI
$ yet been taken into The PEYTON FLORIST
$59500 custody 47-year-old Padgett is p. m. Mrs. J. C. Sapp.1to_ FURNISHED one bedroom
Coupe No. 4718 will be charged with aggravated charged with the slaying of OSAGE No. 2& Cans I apartments for rent. W. H. 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
LARGE HOUSE FOR Nollman.] 510 N. PHONE $54-4155
assault the deputy said. Douglas Bracewell. 48. of Cherry.tfchg
cans Completely furnished [6 964-3891 or 369-102!
The woman was treated at the Gainesville in a wooded area i I r I| apartment] double DISTINCTIVE FLOWERS

1956 FORD PickupBargain $$34500 Bradford County Hospital. off the Hawthorne Road on APPLE JELLY 2 Ib. jar 25c ; 210 N Cherry St. garage. FOR SALE1 acre of land. We Wire Flowers Anywhere

I I March 9. Bracewell was slain ; Enjoy a home plus interne. 6 room house. 4 miles northof tfchg

Long Speaks by a shotgun blast after he, SOUTHERN YAM No. 2H Can ,, See J. R. Bullinrton, Owner. Starke on 301. Electric. All
/ tfchr cleared. Strawberries Included. STOP-READ THISIf
To' allegedly met Padgett's wife ''I POTATOES .' - 21c I E. C. Sellers. Rt. 1 Box 19: [ you have thought about gone ;
1954 FORD 3-4 TonExpress $ ; Legion PostTax in the secluded spot. | i I FOR SALE 1 Quaker oil Lawtev. HP : Into YOur own business. i
$29500 Padgett has pleaded not1! SNIDERS heater 35 BTU with oil drum NOW IS THE TIME- I
Assessor Gene Long guilty and not guilty by and stand like new $75. Also FOR SALE Old fashioned AMERICAN OIL STATION U.
spoke to Starke American of insanity. reason CATSUP 14 oz. bottle - 15c 1 Dearborn Gas heater 35BTU's green-cane syrup.0.. C. Cas S. 301 & SR No. 16 Is now f.
Legion Post 56 Tuesday night I never used $35. 615 E. on. Rt. 2. Box 241. Road 100. available.
Both of the men and Pad-i Washington at St. Clair St. Wort of starke. 1 to WI! are!! flfiiblfi.[ CAn me and
Y and showed pictures of county gett's wife were employees at j:1 JIM DANDY r L4'R dtv"vs ur W. M Stewart.

195S FORD Galasie Fordor projects which county tax dol- Sunland Training Center in1 I GRITS or MEAL 5 Ibs. . 25c FOR RENT -Nicely furnished BE SURE to see WORLD pq, R\f'U! or FR 2-OH. .
lars make possible. 3 room apartment. Electric BOOK before buying any encyclopedIa n.4.- .Iel.g
Gainesville at the time of the j kitchen. 2 Duo-Therm heat M. A. Payne, your '
Hardtop I' Long said he. took the pic- shooting: j MAXWELL HOUSE SMOKED ers. 1 1-4 mile on E. Bessent. local representative since 195ft. 1' WORTH THE TRIP

I' tures to, give people a better Padgett is represented by ; COFFEE, turn left 'at bridge.. Phone Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchg Mobile Homes,, Always
understanding of the worth- Gainesville attorney Sigsbee ',I 49c PICNICS 29c 9691545. tfchg below market. And dean.
: 1960 FORD Falcon Fordor N while dollars the county spends Scruggs.
;!I 1 Lb. JOHNNY: Will meet you at LAKE GENEVA
law Bag SaleWrecJ
such as on enforcement, Per Lb. 4 o'clock.. Usual place.-Cyn- Lumber TRAILER PARK it
schools library and road Seymour Gets UF II .Limit 1 With. $5 Order this. H"hll 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hts. '

building. Bid BLUEBIRD- PINEAPPLE or GRAPEFRUIT FOR SALE > ng at \ on Route 100

1960 FORD Sedan Scholarship Ready mir concrete. concrete
Country Mrs. Hawaii III JUiCE 46 ,oz. can . 21C block. cones fence posts. sand. Camp Blanding 7ARMEquipment
BHS senior football end, Hal- : cement mortar mix.rock steel. For
Has Sister HereMrs. lie Seymour has lad "feeler" oyster shell limerock. and roof Beautiful 2x4's 2x682x8's 1 Hffring .

for a four-year, grid scholar- I gravel 'Phone 9642521. tfchg ftmttDr I
NORTHERN' 2x128 to 22
Visit Terwillegar MotorsTODAY : TISSUE3Rolk25eCHEER Bradford Enriiwrinr Co. up
Miriam Sue Harrod of ship to the University of Flori INDUSTRIAL

Honolulu. Hawaii petite and I I FOR SALE OR RENT-2 bed- feet long Equipment For Every Jib

I i pretty mother of three was da.A representative of the UF Reg. SIZe -' .' room unfurnished house at Superior Tractor Co. '
29c Hampton. All modern conven- SELLINGCHEAP
: named Mrs. Hawaii recentlyto football staff called the 6'3" !
,, iences. 34 acres mostlv riant*! .
compete in the Mrs. America I I
end last week and said he.would '
-" in nines. M. A. Pavn. 204 S. 5353 W. Bares JaekcayWa
i contest held in Fort Lauder- contact him further later. Col- IRISH ;; I Glenn St. Phone 9& -3794.
dale. She Is a sister of Mrs. leges are not allowed by National :! 1t4hg PHONE 964-4001 FREE '
For The Best Deal' In A POTATOES 10 Lbs. -
ii i Ann Hutchings of.Starke. Collegiate Athletic Association 29C I Wholesale Christmas Gift
i 1 FOR SALE- Good Argentina Catalow. Pick UP in person or i ii
i The contestants select to
sign JACKSONBuilding
were rules
I I any Bahia hav. $30 nor ton at i write Mary Carter palnta, 321
ed on the basis of poise. per- high school players until mid- GA BED :'*rm. Lucian Conner. Bavlp I
N. Starke.
Hew or Used Car i sonality, and homemaking ',.night, Thursday 'December 7,' TOMATOES 2 For J Rlghw.y.' 4t44W11t" I I Temple Ave. Stchff 11-30
25C Supply .
ability, including cooking. Her after the regular season hasended. FOR SALE- Three different

speciality is Southern fried .- kinds Clover seed. Pensacolaseed. Starke FORt RENT- Kingsley Lake ;
chicken. Seymour; also a good track Several different kinds eirtra nice 2 bedroom garage

: Your Authorized Ford Dealer Although Mrs. Harrod did I prospect he has high Jumpedover r MT ARRIVED! of baled hay. J. B.9641651.White FOR SALE -3 bedroom house apartment dll heat.furnished.Phone Circulating Carl l

not capture the title she is expected Raiford. :Rr. Phone with bath. No
enjoyed six feet FRESH,.:SUPPLY OF YOUR 12-7 repairs needed. .Tnhn' 8M420LHOMES tfrhlr'-
the all-expense! paid trip to excel in, that..event as well 4tp $40 per moor rent $45.00 per "
from Hawaii to Florida ike hurdles this! ;;;y mo. Phone 984-2465.. itch?. FOR SALE-See J. T. ::1'
: In Bradford and as, high year FAVORITE FOR RENT-TouT room cottage ntdpv Itch 1
County the opportunity to visit her has also had feelers from Clem- XMAS CANDIES with bath. hot and cold 1 WANTED Ironing Jobs In
home folks Savannah, GA. ton and Furmaa for track water. Unfurnished On Colley i mornings only. Phone 964- 1958 Ford Pickup For Sale.

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A&AAAAAAAAa.AA&Aii.. Wednesday, 7 p. m. followedby than 60,members of the family giving holidays with Mr. Ga. was home for the holidays hplidays. While here they I METHODIST CHURCH church 7:30 p. m.TuesdayCircle. CEMETERY WORKING

choir rehearsal at 8. Theme were there for this pleasant Wise's father and other rela- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 will meetat
; LAWTEY for the morning worship on event. Of course, Rev. E. D. tives in Opp, Ala. Fred McDavid. visited Ocala SlIver Springs. Schedule for week of Dec. There will be a working at
home of Mrs. L. A. Davis,
,Dec. will be,"The seven steps Boyer was sort of the center. of Mrs. Joe Barber and daughter Mr. and Mrs. T- W. Markeywere Stephen Foster Memorial and 3: the Old Oak Grove Cemeteryon

: BytEnza Blanchard from the Father's house, and attention. I Melissa, were" Thanksgiving Thanksgiving guests of Jacksonville- Sunday Church School 10 a. nu with Miss Amy Co- Saturday Dec. 9. All in-

the seven steps back." Family Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey guests of her brotherinlaw Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinney Mrs. Charity Luke spent 9:45: 'a. m. Morning Worship, burn and Mrs. W. G. Haile as ; teitsted persons Are asked to

AiAAA&AAAAAAAAA A.& night will be held at the par- and children spent Thanksgiving and sister. Rev. and Mrs.L. and sons in Gainesville. last week in Tallahassee with 11 'a. m. Snack Supper for co-hostesses.

Wscs Meeting; sonage at 6 p: mAll families with relatives in Orlando.Mr. T. Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green her daughter and so .in-law. MYF. 6 p. m. Youth Meetings. Wednesday Circle 3 meetsat come prepared to work and

are welcome to attend the and Mrs B. E. Reddish Miss Mary Julia Futch of and: daughters. and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Phares Quinsey, 6:30: p. m. Junior Choir rehearsal bring lunch.
Mrs. home of Wil-
Orville Bumgarner entertain covered dish supPer. You may were Thanksgiving guests of Tallahassee spent the holidays Mrs. Ernest' Edwards and and family.Mr. 7 p. m. Evening Worship Mrs. Eugene

f Methodist ed members' the bring a plate and silver, anda their, son-in-law and daughter with her mother, Mrs. Joyce i family were Thanksgiving and Mrs. Prank: Tinney 7:30 p. m. liams 10 a. m. Prayer Meet-

!i night of last WSCS week Tuesday card table if you have one. Mr. and Mrs. J. 6. Pons Futch. Mrs. Futch was happy I guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. and sons of Gainesville were Monday-Circle 2 will meetat ing and Bible Study, 7:30 p. What's Going on

concluding and the At the 7:30: hour a picture en- and family in Tallahassee.The to have all of her children Vickery' and family in Gaines- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl home of Mrs. W. H. Noll- m. At The IEHDisplay
chapters of the titled "God and Our Garden"will grandson. Jackie, who and grandchildren with her
study book ville.Mrs. Green Saturday night. man 3 p. m-, with Mrs. E. K. Thursday Chancel Choir
were reviewed at I
be shown. The Official has been ill Is much Improved. for Thanksgiving dinner. Miss Mary G.reen., Mrs. (00 W. Madison
this time. Mrs. George Roberts Board will meet the first Wed- They expect him to soon be Elizabeth Terry was also with Lottie Edwards, and Mrs. H. Birthday Party Perryman as co-hostess. Official rehearsal, 7:30 p. m.

Mrs. Paul Dinkins, Mrs. nesday, Dec. 6. instead of the able to return to school. .them. O. Brown were in Starke on Mrs. Doris Kelley entertained Board meeting at the! i
R. E. Lee, and Mrs. H. C. Kelly her daughter, Dottie Sue
second Wednesday, at 8'p. mIn Orville.Bumgarner of Desert business last Monday.
took part With the on her 12th birthday with
hostess a
Isle Motel called to Ohio
the parsonage. was VVVWVYYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyBROOKER Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hodges
in a playlet. Mrs. Effie Miner First Baptist. Sunday by the death of his father last had as their Saturday night party Saturday night. There REGISTER OFTEN
and Mrs. A. H. Harley brought were 24 guests present. The
week. Mr. and Mrs. Vern
School 10 a. m. Morning Worship dinner guests following:
1 the devotional. The hostess', party was held at the Community -
Richards of f
Green Cove
served 11 a. m. BTU, 6:30: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Belcherof

The refreshments.At Churches Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Springs visited Mrs. Bumgarner -I By Shirley GreenAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.E. 'Bulldogs Center.Honored

Prayer Meeting 'Wednesday, during ,his absence. .,, W. Hodges, Jr. and family
Grace Methodist. Church 7:30: p. m. Holiday guests of Mrs. Mattie and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ed- The Champion Brooker Bull-

'School. 9:45: a. m. Morning The W. F. Moores attendedthe Henderson were Mr. and Mrs.I I Louie Brown of Jacksonville wards, and < daughtersof dogs were guests of honor ata .

.J Worship, 11 a. m Evening Boyer family reunion In Sam Holcomb, Mrs. Ralph spent last Sunday with 'his Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Al hamburger fry Saturday

Worship, 7:30 p. m. MYP. Ocala on Thanksgiving. More Smart and daughter of Jack-I mother, Mrs. H. O. Brown Rain .and brother Marion of afternoon at the Community

'. sonville, Mrs. 'Cora Hodges of on her birthday.Mr. Archer Mrs. W. C. Davis and I Center. Mrs. Kenneth Hagar

Baldwin, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. John Hart children, and Bill Trump of made a cake with "The

SAYE' q TF Truby Rowe of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Register Columbus, Ga. j Champs" written on it. It was

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dormanof Donald Register and Betty Ted Bigham and Miss Peggy also decorated with a miniature '

Jacksonville were weekend and Marie Prevatt all of Bunker of Gainesville were football. The team presented -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. theri coach Jim Temple -
Jacksonville Mrs. Mary Willis visiting Mr. and Mrs.. W. E. :
Reddish.Mr. with the miniature foot-
Bigham Jr. and family Sun-
and David Register of Bell, _
and Mrs. Charles Tatum ball with each member's auto- ____
F Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Tate and day night. ___
and children of Homestead Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan Mrs. Warren and daughterof graph and also an engravedkey

spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. of Gainesville were here to Dade City were visiting Mr. chain.
George Roberts. attend the funeral of Mrs. J. and Mrs. Sam Smith over the Supper I

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingof H. Sullivan's grandson and weekend. The Royal Ambassadorswere

:. I Jacksonville were visiting infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Green of the University given a Chill supper by
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilliard Paul 'Haltiwanger of Jacksonville of Florida was home for their counselor, Mrs. H. C.

I and children for Thanksgiving. last Sunday.Mr. .. I the holidays with his parents, Douglas, at her home Monday

and Mrs. D. J. Stanleyand Mr.'and Mrs. A. L. Green. night. The members present

Sam Givens and Miss Mar- family of Santa Fe and Mr. and Mrs. James Temple worked on their ranks. Those

j lina Feuquaye of Gainesvillewere Mr. and Mrs. 'Mose Bass of and family were Thanksgiving attending were Phil and Andy

OD 5'f 0 Thursday guests of Mr. Newberry were Sunday guestsof guests of Mr. and Mrs. L T.. Gainey, Mike and Pat Castlen 142 ft "Nomad" Fiberglass Boat-Johnson 18" HP-Marry Tilt TraIler

and Mrs. S. D. Harley and Mr.and Mrs. Sam Smith. Temple in Monticello. Eddie Douglas, Jimmy Temple,

Mrs. A. H. Harley. Mrs. Ethel Morgan and Mrs. Lottie Edwards spent Cecil Stalnaker, Gene Melvin. COME REGISTEROFTEN
1 Miss Frankie Wainwright the Thanksgiving holidays
1 daughter, and Miss Hazel Mor- and Richard Brookins.
spent Thursday with her NO OBLIGATIONTO
gan of Tampa and'Mrs. Minnie with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ed-
mother, Mrs. Louis Frigo, In wards in Jacksonville.Mr. Sunday School Party
Clemons of LaCrosse were BE GIVEN AWAY BYIMPERIAL
Jacksonville.Mrs. The Young
visiting Mrs. Agnes Johns last and 'Mrs. Lynwood People's Sunday
Hattie Darley, Miss Monday afternoon.Mr. Messer of Jacksonville were School Class had a hamburger -

Slnla Prescott, Mrs. Hiram arid Mrs. Al Rain of visiting Mrs. Mamie Hodges fry and bowling party Fri-
Bennett and Joey in Service Station
were Friday afternoon.Mr. .
Archer visited Mrs.Iami day nIght. The hamburger fry
Middleburg Friday visiting Mr.
Hodges Thursday afternoon. and Mrs. Lloyd Wood
was held at the
and Mrs. Vaughan Prescott Community
spent the Thanksgiving holi-
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bigham,
HAMS and new son, Michael Vaughan Center. They traveled to
Sr. of Lakeland were the Sunday -, days with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. "BUY THE BEST BUY IMPERIAL"U.
and Lonny- Prescott. night guests of Mr. and Guest and family in Nashville, Gainesville for the bowling
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Petersonof S. 301 North City Limits Starke Fla.
Mrs. W. E. Bigham, Jr. and Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Big- party. Twenty-five attended. ,

Jacksonville were Thanks- family. ham Jr. and family were .. .
giving guests of their son-in- .- weekend guests of Mr. and r'
Stanley B Crosby, son of
law and daughter. Mr. and I IF
Mrs. Guest.
the Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Cros-
SMALL Mrs. R. E. Lee Karen and
Mary Jane Bigham, Stanley
by, formerly Brooker, has .
John./M. Lee's mother. Mrs. j ,(a '"
Green Linda Green, TommyCox
been awarded a diploma from .
10.12 lb.
Avg. Clemmie Lee, of Ga.
of Lake Butler, Shirley .
Vale Technical Institute at .r.. ,
is visiting them for a few days. ;I... 4.;,
Green and Charles Kelley attended : ,: .r -
Blairsville, Pa. Mr. Crosby is :.. :
Miss Mary Ann Motes and
SMOKEDLB. ...J an attorney in Columbia, S. the WAPE Holiday I
Nina Wells of Leesburg spent .
Show at the Coliseum in Jack- h
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C. andffij\: itly returned from ; .: H.,::," .

Thursday with their' grandmother ? Pennsylvania, where he took sonville ,Saturday night. .......,. ;. .. ._:........_ . _, :' .... .i, ._ .....
: Mrs. Effie Miner. -- '''J w- ir'm
1. l Mr. and Mii..Fred. Clark '''''''',:-.''''': '''' .' ::? ".' ::, *>'rrJjf .. _:'___ -. '
advanced training course 'in ,? '- 'tJlf'-* f* -> : *. *".*, : k"",- f : ;Ioth". '
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Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Fox "q-" :: ) --i.\Wr7. 4I'.i.i'.C"'III'i"! ;' i. t' '' 'j" ;
and and Mrs. Dennis
family '
auto damage, and repair ,tech: '. << ... ', : -
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visited Silver Springs Friday. Hodge were Sunday guests of .: : ; .- : ; .
niques at Vale Tech. Mrs. : :
so Mrs. Mary Jane Robertson, ". .
50 Mr. 'and Mrs. Corbett Horne .
Crosby is the former 'Mary 'f- .. : .'" -
scow TIM COWOM Pat who has spent some time with Aim Shumpert of Columbiaand and family in Lake City. 1 %;* .. >"" t... ,....., .. .
the Darley-Bennett family, has ,. ,&; '!? .t. "
Terrell Green of the Uni-
S IlIlr611 StI i .
.,. returned to Tampa.Mr. they have one son Bob- : f1. ( >- '-
by, three. versity of Florida was homefor ._ .. .
Al Yaw Nwar WM-OiaIe age -
.i.Addio.T.TIwWReekdwtw.J cg and Mrs. Charles Shu- Mr. and Mrs. Julian Greene the holidays with his par- ': : .:> DR. CALVIN J. HOUPT:. >. y. \. :>
Wtai You PwckaM ford were Thursday guests of ents. Mr. and Mrs.:Roy Green. >" -4! i' .
and son and Mr and Mrs. Alex .
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ANY TWO their son-in-law and daughter .. ,
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Williams and son of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Corn- : '
Dr. and'Mrs. Wright, and r. :, '
i Pataello arcs Salads ville were Thanksgiving Day wall Jr. and family of Colum- '. .. .
children of Tampa. Mrs. Shu- I 6' } .....:.,..,. ( ; .<. :.. ..
VOID Am BKCCMItt 1ND guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave bus, Ga. were Wednesday t &.t ) .... ". "'f' c."'1" '.-
50SO ford remained for a longer .
Green. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson night guests of Mrs! W. T. 'Lw' ".' the closing 1 '
'. temporary ,. .., ,
2' .; ., > :
visit.Mrs. Blair
Green and daughters of Jack- and family. .
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Hattie Mathis Is visit- : '" \2 'j i :
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sonville spent the Thanksgiving ;'t ,. ,
Mrs. Mamie Hodges .attended .. ; .' :
ing relatives in Tampa., ); "i." "', .
Sp Among Thanksgiving dinner holidays with Mr. and the 50th Wedding Anniver- \, 1' of ;/ ; -:

i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mrs. Green., I sary dinner of Mr. and Mrs. .t. -
1mm&.11 COUtOM FOftNSIH "
I Brassel and family were Rev., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Graves Archie Waters in Worthington .''
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and daughter of Leesburgwere Springs Saturday.
and Mrs. W. A. Fox. .
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v. Nwer w..DI a cq : ;'--> ;, .
bAlditinT.TINUORpNkry R SAN Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burton of guests of Mr. and' Mrs. Miss Linda Green''of Flori- ;'

brad w...y_Purclh.S wftiw Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hodge for the Thanks- da Southern College Lake- ... i l;- as.of December, 4th, 196.1 ,' ; :
PACItAGD FROi1N Paul Dinkins were Sunday giving holidays. land was home for the holi- ,n. -

Dowayflako WafflssVOID dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Townsend was the days with her parents, Mr. {: : ,. ; .
VOID APTUI DECZMBU 1NO Horace Cox of Waldo. Thanksgiving Day guest of and Mrs. Earl Green. : due to.,the widening oft U. S. Highway 30 1.. ;:. f ) :. L

30 W. G. Ross and son of Or- Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hunsuckle Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Win- .

lando were guests of Marvin In Palatka. ter of Staten Island, N. ,Y. <': : ST ** :'ft

t Rosier for a day of huntingon Miss Sue McDavid of Val- visited Mr. and Mrs. E. Klein- ; "- ;(A! . ;. .' i -; \i

Thursday. dosta State College, Valdosta, man over the Thanksgiving r .. J., .,....' ,''t. ... ., "" -
Craig and Elissa Padgett .
with Mrs. J. ;'. ,. ,
THa tot spent Saturday ; .< .
N SIllfIII $ .,. D. Davis in Jacksonville.Mrs. AnnouncingThe '.f .' ,1'.: .',;.," .. <' ... '. '. :N. i"
Lois '- .. :'l
w Ywr N.-.t wi.Di.i. oqM Carter and sons : ; < }
AMitiN T.TiroN RyNLrtP. r ie spent the long weekend with I 'f' : !' *, .. -.:'.. ,'. I
......WHIt, You PvrckaMVOI ., another son. Earl Denmark, opening of New Addition At < ,\J ; .' _* ", ; Dr. Houpt will continue* : <

a PACKACID aoUTHON aa.uCRII In Jacksonville.Mrs. .,
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STICKS Charles Moneyhan and : >> j ,
son of Wesconnett spent the h ?fT '! vj.*fi to his '.. ;
ATTBI DCCKMBt 1MDIjMI Coney Island Sandwich Shop i see outPatients .+ .
sO. weekend with her son-in-law '.. ..' .: r-- .
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. : /

C.'Knight Mrs. Knight who Specializing In ,",; in the building known as Art's Hotel .., .

feo bo* IrteCauliflower has been a patient In St. Vin- r, :.. t. ,

Head' 25* cent's Sunday.hospital, returned home 20c Hamburgers 20c I II, "': : located at 314 North. .Temple Avenue, .. ", "'..: '. : '

Mrs. Lulu Norman has been i I j .: 1, ;...: : .
ohV or Tfctfty Moid. Limit 4 with Food Order visiting her son-in-law and : "
6 For $1.00 to Take Out ;. > Starke Florida. : .' ".
303 .
19 1 daughter. Mr. and Mrs. St. I :.
Sauce 2
Apple Cans Clair Mosley In Jacksonville. ..,. .' .T !i '--. 'J.j.' < .

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Shuford Also f i iI until such time as the hospital can .be'reopened .,, ,- *
i feffet Urn* 1 with Food Order.House I ,
and family of Moore Haven .. ;, ; ., _
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\I > V r 7 ?'\\J' .:>1. ,
Maxwell 59 spent Sunday with Mrs. John Chicken Baskets h'; 0' ....-. .
Can $125$ I ,,, ;.. I location. '
Shuford and Dave. { ', ':(\-\...- :: .at a new .,. .... ', '.y '.. "" ,,' ;..it":: i iy. .

!Kraft Limit t with Food Order.Mayonnaise Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barry Half Chicken French Fries Cole Slaw j jI .JK.? 'j ,, : ,, ;t t,' .t J "' < ? ..' :::: "
and family of Columbia S. C. 4V ,
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Selma Eunice and the Bradley I i. : .; ..:. : .:...', :...,., .:< '.:: \\f--' ,
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I <. ;J! ,, } 't. "'" '
; :
l Detergent Limit 1 with Food Order. Norton family. Call Orders In To;Pick Up'Later ; "': "i --ct., ..' '. ,t" t 1'1 z./ ..': _' : l ;- It ; : '.: '. "

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehlof '...
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Tide 59'Criseo ; \\1'
Box Beaufort. S. C. were visiting .- PHONE 964-8421 T I > { : ;-" >C''.: : ., > . ,; '
and ''! : ; ',' : > : : : =; .>J.: '
Mr. Mrs. James L. Waters I t7> < < -f.- : .1 :: :
with Food Order.
Limit 1 and sons during the weekend. Home-Made Chile Fresh *; ; : : : : ; : .
Daily .., ; : i'r... !
Shortening 3 con 69' Mr. and Mrs. Buster Craw- I

ford visited the Stanley Craw- OPEN 7 A. hI. -10 P. M. 7 DAYS A WEEK : 1 .. .' "
ford family Sunday.Mr. I it
/ Quantity Rlghtt-Reserved s,jj Prices Good Thru December 2nd and Mrs. Ralph Wise 516 E. Brownlee SL ,

and sons spent the Thanks- I

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: .a__ ,,;'ttq': BRADFORD' .______u. __ T1rimS Ag; NOV -Sb;- 1981 1

'v* 'VVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Trustees will hold service. Holy Communion, 6) p. m.,with[\'; < : .

'NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Wednesday before the second the pastor .in charge of all \ ; ., I
Sunday, the Communion services.All .
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Stewards will hold a meetingand members are asked to I"1 ; Don't Miss TAe Iii

all members are asked to make a report to his or 'her r "
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[ Elizabeth Ghent] attend. The Trustee and Of- leader for the support of the 1\\. .

...aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa& & & &a&a. . . . aaaaaaaaaAaaaaaaaaaaaa. . . . . . ficial Board meeting will beheld Stewards. Junior Church I .. I: \

Sehoool News and'all 'officers and meeting each Monday; 5 p. m. .,'.,-... ,.'. .
Parents please cooperate members are asked to be pre All parents are asked to send "
Notice: Because there is a with the City Recreation Department sent. ; ; LAST ,
their children.} ;
:1' : -
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basketball game here Wednes- in providing the best Black Coleman Jr. Dies Practice for the Christmas '. x., ': I
day night, PTA will be postponed kind of recreation by bringing Mack May;: Coleman Jr., program will start next Mon- HOMEi l'
to Dec. 13. All parentsare children to the activities. ,
your son of Mr. and Mrs. Mack day at the church. Parentsare .,, .
urged to attend. Music is provided Clarence
Coleman, died suddenly on asked to send their chil .. t
Basketball schedule for December Williams each Friday night homeof .
Monday, Noy.' 20; at-the; dren. -
: Home games Dec. 4, from 'I:30 to 9:30: and each BrownJee ,
his parents on each
'I Girl Scout meeting i
St. Augustine D&B will play Saturday afternoon from 3''to f
St He was a steady employeeof Thursday. 3 p. m. at RJE-- A i
here. Dec. 6, Ltncoln High, 6. Membership cards are on ,
Torode's Car a num- PTA Notice .
Gainesville, will play here. sale. Each child is asked to ber of years, and" seemed to I The PTA will meet Monday .' ., '

It has been announced by buy a card to help purchase, enjoy his employment there. night, at 7:30: at : Thurston 1 .' : ame I

the School Board that the records. He was a member of Mt. Mo School. There 'will be a movie j I ,. ,
busses will not be used for I Club News riah Methodist Church, and also. All parents are invited to 1 I' ,

home games, so please, all The Fiesta Club will meet I was the husband of Ola Anderson -' attend-Mrs. L. Brown, president 1 '

parents and students, load, Saturday night Dec. 2, in the Coleman who preceded : Mrs. S. C. Price, teacher.: !

your cars and come out to the Water Oak Club House, with I him in death. FRIDAY NIGHT! 8:00 P.M.

games. The bus will be used Mr. and Mrs. L. Z. Baker as Besides his parents, he is yyyyyyyyyyyyyyYYYVVYVPINE..- I''
for out of town games. We are hosts. All members are askedto survived by; two brothers Joe : "

.asking for your cooperation. attend and be on time as Coleman, Starke and Willie LEVEL IIkr.

Recreation there will be business of vital, .Coleman, Garrison, N. Y.;

I importance.. Clarence De- three sisters, Mrs. Almeta .
I Sue, president. Harmon, Mrs. Carrie Coleman, By Sirs. J. Eo McE Lake

'Vhat's Going on i Church News I and Miss Mary Ella Coleman, .i AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVe ity i j

At The IEHDisplay ; ; I Mt. Moriah Methodist I all of Starke; one son, Roland > are- R happy> to report a i
Church will begin services Cortez Coleman and a step-
large,, attendance at church last
Sunday with Church Schoolat son, Albert Clark. I ,
400 W. Madison\
4. E. Lewis, a laymanfor ".
9:30 with Rev. Robert Delltin services will be held I Sw4y. I
.. : Funeral Mount '
the Gideon; from
,. ,pill --- .-- ---- charge. At 11 a. m. the at2 p m. Sunday, Dec. 3, followed Dora, spoke Sunday mornih&! BRADFqRD MEMORIAL PARK "
by burial in the Odd and Bev.' Roman Alvarez ''-'
I.. Fellow Cemetery. Arrangements brought u. : ""I
1)t the ven1.np message.The
II ,are in charge of Hughes- peart of Florida YouthFellowship's .A.l 11 Tickets at Gate $1.25
PRIFaBULousl Chestnut Funeral Home, monthly meeting '. Student Ticjcets purchased at School Day

I Gainesvule. Harry Young, win be held Dec. 1 at the Mont-: of Came AU Children, Grade. >I thru 4 FREE If Accompanied By
6. "' '' -
reporter. in .
Church, ipse Ave.. Baptist! Church Parents '
New Hope
Lake City. Cars will be.leaving
J S Rev. L. W. Moses pastor, will Pine Level Church at 6:45: p. i
N observe pastoral ,day ,Sunday .
m. There will be room for anyone : -.-
starting with Sunday Schoolat who would like to go. .. -... .

10 a. m. Services will be The youth of Fine Level ton- .,:. {; 1951! BHS SCHEDULE :
held at 3 p. m. with the pastor buffet '
.x a r joyed a Thanksgiving l .
in charge. An ,members and supper last Friday night in'til .'
I friends are asked,to attend educational building at the September 15 Larks 18
Macclenny 0
I Mrs. Glennis Soloman. reporter. church. ..- '. .. .. ,. //-L -

Dr. W E. Hall had as Sunday September 2. . Starke 21 Woodbine j
Bethlehem Free Will Baptist -': guests Mr. and Mrs. Gay ... p "'" .. .." ., i. ,.. i

NEW Church schedule. All activities -.Hall of Cocoa. y; ; '!>" .September, 29 Starke 34 P. K. range 0
start at 7:30 p. m. Mon- Rev. and Mrs. Roman Alvarez *' ,*? JTil I I

REDWOOD 1 e day:Faithful Few Club; Tuesday -' and friends surprised Mar- OctoberS ., Starke 53 j

Senior Choir; Wednesday shall Starling with a birthday i { t.t ", 'Monticello 7
.Prayer Meeting; Thurs- party last Saturday night at : .'. "l3 (y t' .' .'
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: Completely pre-cut so they day, Woman's Home. Mission the Alvarez home on Center StMr. '# Jl V J Open
and Junior Choir practice; and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez S'I I J
fit together as easily as hildren's October .
Friday, Prayer Band Saturday visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Alvarez ., Starke, 27 Palatka 6 I
building logs. Main\ : "
night, I Can Club meeting. in Middleburg last Sat t '- ( '
tenance-free as a lodge can 'i Last Sunday night Rev. Dell I urday. October 26 . Starke., 14 Live Oak 0 ,
be-Solid redwood logs never \ ....
delivered an inspirational sermon Enjoying a family get-to ; 1

need: paint-resist decay, I- for the young people gether on Thanksgiving at the November3-- Starke. 34 Fernandina 14 a .
won't be attacked by termites. I which was enjoyed by all. home of Mr. and Mrs. T. N, ,

;.. Aluminum windows and Notice: Norman of Heilbronn were Mr ."_ .-' f:p.. November Q-: .. Starke 60-- Santa Fe 7
American Legion Auxiliary 1 H. M. McRae, Mr. and Mrs. B.: :
''TIMBEllO Post 314 will postpone its' U.'Mcfas and son, Mrs. Helen I .: ':;:November 17- .
- Starke: 13 Green Cove 7
meeting from Sunday to Mon- Sapp and sons, Mr. and Mrs. r'J. J ;:: .) # '" See You At
Resort Retirement Permanent Homes Vernie Thornton and children, i .
day at 6 p. m. due to the Mid- December.1- ,
- City
Mr. and Mrs. Benny McRae and! f' : - Home ;

See Model Home and Office Winter bers are Conference.asked to be All presentand mem- son, Mrs. Iris McRae and sons,, f oj .x. 1Ir-\The" -(a a me'. .! ,(

on time.-Mrs. L. M:Royal },{r. and Mrs. J. W. :McRae,, I
Route 21 (Jax Hiway) Keystone Heights reporter. Mrs. J. McRae and children,, I
and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eg- .".',' I

C. J. '(Pete) O'Connor RealtorPh. :-Allen A. Sampson Chapel pastor Church, wilkob,] Rev.L ., gers- and children.. I i "- .

) serve regular pastoral day'this and'Mrs."MrsfjE.: Russ'McRae.Eberle attendee" Mr; I ... ...1 a ...;, .1;:.' .r.. ,. ,. i

Sunday starting with Sunday Mat; Best Wishes To The Team
Keystone Heights 4297 the wedding of Mrs. Ethel r ., .' J,
10 Morning I
School at
a. m. his to Chester Andrews of Tampa + f 'e ::

't7? J1- ,""" ,,-- \ 'om- "- -. Service-, 11--a. m..,.-,,Love. ..-.......Feast.:.-... at'the home of Rev. Robert' .STARKE. ,HARDWARE, COMPANY. ,. J Mow 'Em Down Tornadoes 5C. fir. !'
i > r I' i f ; -
I I Haisten. last Saturday. Mrs j' v t t -
Andrews is Mrs. McRae's m)- SPORTING GOODSBe t: SILCOX SERVICE ". I
there I !rr; Ii., -r "..

",' Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
."*' '... .,,."..."..df Alvarez last Thursday were Afro ""- Present Friday Night To Cheer Our Boys On ; .
and Mrs. Jerald Baldwin and t. J r. ". ,-:.'tt.. r _
PEYTON FLORIST .- i "" \" of' 1>,
son of Jacksonville. -4 >
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling .
.. .. FLOWERS FOR .ALL OCCASIONS Support The Team With-Your Presence
. .r. spent Thanksgiving Day with .'.' .. _
Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Starling in -'
Tampa.Mr. t A. J. THOMAS, sk-REALT: OR i
Support The Tornadoes .-1""* '
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and Mrs. Lonnie Davis of -: "'\' ,.f., .
II Savannah Ga. spent Thanks- ,EDWARDS GROCERY .& .
giving with Mrs. Davis' par- .MARIfET. ".'. tt', ",
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell
1962 Rambler Best Wishes To The Team
jr American Deluxe 2-Door Sedan Thomas.
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,.' r' Mrs. H. M McRae of Heil- Best Wishes From i H./ c. WALL AGENCY
bronn spent part of last week

Do you know? You can buy- this beautiful with the J. W. McRaes. Sunday ::'. .HITCH'S' ,FRUIT & GIFT SHOP GENERAL INSURANCE .

guests of the McRaes were Mr : : .
? 'FRUITS GIFTS a.. J. 'f.
and Mrs. Robert Taylor and POTTERS. NOVELTIES .
; ,'oj ... .. .. ,
family of Raiford. + ,
i' }RAMBLER SEDAN .. .'.-" ,, Compliments Of -

:-.. J. Good Luck Tornadoes

with Automatic-Clutch Transmission- ,. I DEALER". f. I
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:-.. f"new. E-Stick. no-clutch-pedal shift driving, stick By Mrs. Gordon Jones.LLAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI. Come. .. On. Out, -.And. Cheer Our- .Team... -i. >,'+'' i .' ', ::.' '. Good, Luck. Tornadoes'r. .
economy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY 4

",. man had "MAIN'S SHELL .STATION
as Thanksgiving din- YOUR
and WESTINGHOUSE DEALER .- i 1.r.. >
Double-Safety Brake System ner guests Mr. and Mrs. Her- ,,
with separate front and rear systems-if one f ('I& verb Norman and family of Ok J..- .,, : '. "_ .' '.. ',' I, .
lawaha },tr. and Mrs. Thurman Let's Fill The Stands For ': ..
w Fridays' Game. $
is damaged, the other works Jones of Lake ; \ : ,
ftB Lady Mr. and '( Be Present Friday
Night To Cheer
Our On!
t Mrs. Gordon Jones and familyof : )' THE FARMERS SUPPLY K. '. -. .

I and Ceramic-Armored Muffler and Tailpipe Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Lon- .. I WESTSIDE. GULF SERVICE STATION
I nie. A. Elkins and son of Orange .. "
I* Either will be replaced free for original owner, c Park and Mrs. Ella May .;.. -.""., ... ) '-756 WEST. MADISON. ST. .$ 1 i 1 '" ,I !,

in of Hall and son Rayburn of Yu .
case rust out by Rambler .
a dealer, col ,pw kon. Bring Home The'Bacon Boys!

lesion damage excepted ". Best WishesToreadoesCARL r
Miss Carolyn Jones returned : BROWNLEE > L t ,
r Sunday after spending four
: and big longer days at \ .
lasting 15-inch tires : : ; and a two-year battery Orange Park with Mr. HURST

j ; ;.. and Deep-Dip rustproofing rand counter-balanced hood and Mrs. Lonnie Elkins and .i J., D. DOYLE /

son.Mr.. Supiwrt. tr Jhe Tornadoes With Your Presence : CARL JOHNS .
and Mrs. Edward Norman JR. .
'for less than lowest priced Falcon or were visiting' Mr. and Mrs. Lem I VOLLEY STARLING GROCERY : ,WAYNE DOUGLAS z
of Raiford
: last week. I .
Corvair Mr. has . r ,. .
with none of these! Rhoden been sick but I Mttt "' f &, MARKET ..
is .
feeling better .
: I ,, ... ., >i. ... _
Reed Lewis
and children
Amenca's- .Pnce comparisons based on manufacturers1" were visiting and attended- A Good Team Like The tornadoes Deserves Your Support l'Let's f Fill,The Stands Foe Friday" ff,' Game! ,
Lowest .
Price suggested factory-delivered prices for lowest church in Lake Butler Sunday.Mrs. -" ., '
Even With priced twodoor sedans. CAB >
Optional Stick Ella Mae Hall and son WESAUTO ASSOCIATE STORE

$41.64 PER ONTH Rayburn of Yukon were visiting ; ..', .. ... ., "", -- ," ,. .."A.. 659 N. TEMPLE Al's&!
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones I & .
Monthly pijrmtots teed M maa ( tooested d* '
Iwved pnc at faebry($1146 plus= lSOtorC-5txkwith RAMBLERWorld and family Sunday. .. W, +PreH. T6 e.Toraado; Boosters! : ;
& K don Wishes To The Team
piyiMot.36-nonth contrxt tanul ejnjinj 111" and Mrs.
elires: tef.nl to. ..... tIIIIf! ....e4.ip.eet" Edward Norman TERWILLEGAR
ltearaK*.staUsrfloultaitt.8My.extu.> Standard of i yteting ,Racfeel, I i MOTORS GIB BROWN'S STANDARD STATION

I ttItIII.'.......''- '..- ",.. .>, CompacrCar-RToo1lence: .wI : t.Raulerson.... ....--d-VP. ..v..... .'Y'U..s. YOURvAUTHORIZED- FORD DEALER _, .', ... ,. .- ,," ", : j\'l!'iE"ferybody'Out -
<' and
: \';' -% 'SI' family of Brook-
j Mru er.. 1> T eTeuingn I --- ., .
_. n .. For The Big Game;

I r-I t DODD'S AUTO SALFA,.5 .SW fcutSt.sS rk'?Ffe.A .. .... HT o.e Ji tir.;ti..'e SHUFORD'S. .Best STANDARD Wishes From SERVICE-. .. .RI1IL.re"s! s66-8BiLL; EDWARDS E

.fit yosr faro?* ESTHR-
; A good man Jo do business with for your,new car or a s.tUseEt!
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<; ., __ Mrs. Alice Rothhammer law Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P.
I .11:4 Mrs. Rebecca BrantleyAIALAAAAALAAAAAAALAALj
-.L S L i Johnson in Severnia Park
Ei 4 : & Md., also her new grandsonwho

,1 Mrs. E. W. Steinert had the has been named for his

'. 1/ -s \ 4 %tS S SS r I t following guests for Thanks grandfather the late Dr. Allen Mr. ana Mrs. T. J. Barton
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# J; .S_ .5 $ ;rr giving: Miss Eleanor Miller of Graham. Mrs. Johnson is. the and children of Grandin had

? Jacksonville Mrs. O. T: Robinson former Elizabeth Graham. as weekend visitors Mr. and

: .. :J Lff' ': Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Logs- Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Cole Mrs. J. W. Sparkman and son

4SS'S --II-I I don and children Mr. and spent the summer. in Con- of Macclenny. and Mrand

I Mrs.' Andrew Dunk and son necticut and in Melrose for Mrs. Ralph Sparkman and

I Mr. and Mrs. E."M.. Robinson the winter. children of Jacksonville.We .
: Mrs. Emma Kelly and Ford Hensley was called to are pleased to report

I Ii Misses Anna Belle and Reda Charleston, West Va. erne to i that H. A. Grainger Is well

I : ... .- Robinson ,of East Palatka.Mr. the J serious illness of his moth- enough to get in some deer
and Mrs. James J. hunting after spending several -

: 11".M' ti.... } BEASLEY Hearne of Tampa spent er.Rev.. and Mrs. Ray.Stedhamand days in Putnam Memorial

: :.. _-a..ca*_ ;J,1 Mayor & Challengers Thanksgiving with Mrs.Hearne's son spent Thanksgivingwith Hospital where he underwent
I parents, Dr.. and Mrs. .his parents, Rev. and minor surgery.

..... FOX WALKER I C. R. Hook. Mrs. Marvin Stedham :In Pa Becky Carries daughter of
MrT and Mrs. Hume Opie latka. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carnes of
..,i\ : i Annan of Flintstone, Md. arrived Mr. and Mrs. William S .Ferguson Florahome. was received

Three Candidates For Mayor Of Keystone Wednesday and will be and children of Jacksonville through baptism into full

-; .. guests of Mrs. Allen Graham.Mr. spent Thanksgiving with membership of the Paran Bap-

4' ., _. _______ ,. 4. and Mrs. Roy Samsonof tist Church on Sunday, Nov.
her mother, Mrs. H. A. Bar-
-"PRIZ ING Have Backgrounds Of ServiceThree Clearwater spent Thanks- nett. 19. '
: giving with Mr. Samson'sbrother i Mr. and Mrs..
and sister-in-law, ?fr.and' has been confined to Putnam
Columbus, Ohio spent the
and W. Sime'ral The! Simerals are sold on
Mrs. J. Mrs. Vern Samson.
.. long-time residents teers. weekend : Memorial Hospital in Palatkafor
of Melrose Masonic Lodge with Mr and Mrs.
of Brooklyn Lake are pictured the virtues of goat's milk ,I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hold- the past week where she
: Keystone Heights ] three Vern Samson.
times in the six
with their prize-winning milk which they say has a "wonder past
I en and children of Melrose .
blue ribbons ful flavor." Besides drinkingit an impressive back- years; is now serving his second RichardMurry.,. a graduate underwent leg surgery.Mr.
EQats, which took Mr. and Mrs. C. H.xHolden of .
and Mrs. P. D. Mann of
of community quate
of Melrose High School, died
d'the recent Bradford County they use it for cheese, cot year as president of the Palatka, and Mr. and Kirs. E.
bidding: for election as is Volunteer Fire Department Friday morning at his homein Florahome had as weekend
and other home ; I
"If. tage cheese
S. Martin of Crescent
: of Keystone Heights in modest was president of the DuPont City Florahome.. visitors Mrs. Mann's brother.
Mrs. Simeral is holding products. S Dec. 5 voting.They'll with spent Thanksgiving Day with Steve Joiner and sister. Mrs.
mvmm Tuesday Mining Employees Credit Union Mr. and Mrs. James Duffey,
'.risky1 the 2-year-old S anenJnp.t Mr. Simeral is a retired : be given an t Mr. and Mrs. John W. Martin I 1 (Continued on uext: Pass Continued
( Pa&liII
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: provides them with agallon Navy CPO who was stationedat to air their platforms too member of the First Baptist Crescent City I -----

of milk a ,day. Mr. Green Cove Springs before outline their plans for the for Church. Mr. and Mrs. Jim RusStl and

Simeral is giving his attention his retirement in 1955. They of Keystone Heights at of children Mr.> and Mrs. Ben
He is married to the former
to Frisky's 8-month-old have resided on Brooklyn Mathews and children, and
be held
: rally to Friday
Jean Harris of New Orleans,
'baby, Tootsie. a Toggenburg-- Lake near Keystone Heights, Dec. 1, at the Keystone and they have three ch dren. Malcolm Mathews and son, all
Saanen cross. since 1958. : ights school. of Jacksonville, and Mr. and
Walker Mrs. W. H. Mann parents of
: Sharply defined issues are
'T"TTTTT,yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyylYYYYYVYVYVYYVYVYYI; far lacking in, the race. As stone Walker came to Keystone Mrs. Ralph Mathews spentThanksgiving
Heights in 1937 from War- Day with Mr.
Beasley puts it: "I s>ervice t then Ga. and built his first
and Mrs. Ralph Mathews.
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS : firmly and proudly on 1.955,
service station in the I
same Mrs. Charlotte Pelham spent
record as mayor, and wait electric
year. He also operated a gasoline Thanksgiving 'with Mr. and
By Mary Schaeffer my"opponents to create the is now station at Camp Bland- Mrs. B. W. Nobles on Levy'sPrairie.
This could happen at
.. .. .. .. ,. ing during World War II. His iII iIIPHONE
A__A A _A A A A A_A A A : A A & & & ;.. .LiAAALAAAAALA&AAAA1 I .
S p p p p p p p ------- pppp--- rally F/iday: night.As
present station was constructed Mrs. Bertha Pearce of
of what might have
All Star Game The Keystone! Line-up will now. seven in 1941. Starke. Mrs. Beulah Saxon of
expected to be an out-
Date Is Changed Include Dewayn Elder Townsend I issue the stone Walker served on the Town Oakland Park, Mrs. T. J.

The Boosters Club All-Star Strickland. Mike Hanks, of the town's- facilities expan- terms. Council several years [part of Thomas of Valdosta Ga., Mrs.

Game originally scheduled: for Barry Wyman Mike Red- first tone time as chairman] priorto Lillian Phillips of Lake City
carrying on municipal af
December 7, has been. moved learn Robert Menzen Lane : ; 1947 when he purchased a and Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynesof
-finds all three candi-
ahead to Tuesday Dec,5. Sibley Buddy:! Goodyear Carl taking home
for in accord in outside of the city limits Winter Haven visited Mr. nnil"i1" ii
Ths game is technically! not Darden Gabe Pelley Sidney mayor or in and had to resign. Since then and Mrs. R. M. Cason Friday. a
i belief that the time is
an All-Star game-as Capt. Jackson, Roy Griffis Hugh I I$ He the town' extended its limits Mrs. W. O. Preston and
for hail but
Lovorn suggested it might be Hudson. Freddie Stephens, that a would new city be housed- in ,.the and he is again eligible for Mrs. Carl Hagglund and son

called a Has-Been game-as it Walter Harvey, and Ronald Club municipal office. spent the weekend with Mrs.Preston's .
of an "economy size
will feature ,starts, of other Coleman. than the $23,000 : of the He is a charter member of \ sister\ and brother-

years from various high- Coaching the Keystone team L the the Keystone Heights Chamber in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
: city hall-library -
S S, S schools as well as some will ,be Bill Belote and Mike : was rejected by votersin. ...., ,,of" Commerce, charter Johnson in Georgia.
bench-warmers. The outcome Burdgess. member and:! past president of Mrs. 'Robert Fish is visiting

should be rather hilarious. Woman's Club Bazaar j Plans Differ Waldo Rotary Club; member and director friends and relatives in Philadelphia -

Men from Keystone will play The Keystone Heights Wom of Pa.
men from Melrose. 'The game an's Club annual Christmas; [ ; Beasley, a strong advocate : Keystone Country Mr. and .
t Club since 1937; a Scottish Mrs. Les Stephenson .
'''will be at Reservation, Bazaar will be held at the new city facilities. expresses all
the. Rite Mason and and daughter Carol spent
starting at 8 p. m. Club House on Saturday, Dec. that no matter who is proud County School Trustee Shriner, from Clay the weekend visiting friends WO- '4-3101: :.. '

Admission will be $1 for 2, starting at 10 a. m. It was: and: who is defeated Keystone If. .

.',adults; SOc for students: and: announced last week's paper i'i. December 5, the town will are member of the Heights district; ,
advisory com
free admissian for children that luncheon would be servedat ahead in the near future pared :
;; mittee of St. INSURANCEAuto.FireCasualty
j.iilunder< : 12 accompanied by par 12 noon. This is not quite plans for a new city hall. Junior College Johns River Office 'and Scho l Supplies
; an organizerand
1. ents/ true. While there will be sand! thinks the project will The
:! Bonds
present chairman of the and Allied Lines
.. : "approached from a differ .
I. wiches and coffee for sale
board of
K .IUS angle," however and. a feels of Keystone Insurance
; COURT there will be no formal lunch State Bank Reynolds
; a member
plan adopted, within the
S SHOE REPAIR eon.Survival.FHms. of $12.000 to 15000. He of the Community Church. Agency BRADFORD TELEGRAPH
ness I County
To Be recommend that it be Walker is married to the W. L. ReynoldsPh.
35 yrs. Exp ri nce Shown In School help former Lois
: without the library tie- He is Strickland of r rTennilie 2442 : 2701

4.. 126 North Court St. \ During the dates, Dec. 4-8 I he said including only Ga., and they have Keystone Heights, FIa.

Starke Florida students of the Keystone ) facilities for carry- three children. -
.,. Other OfficesIn -
Heights School and their on the town's business.Fox .

teachers will be shown a seriesof : has expressed himself addition to a mayor, -
Survival-in-Disaster films favor of town hall of Keystone voters, will electthree
What's Goinr on supplied by the Clay County 1,200 to 1,400 square feet. 1933. L councilmen from a field HEIGHTS .. MELROSEBUS'I

At The IFH Civil Defense department. Thefilms floor space,but constructed of'six: W..M. Beam and FredS.

., _, S Display were purchased -wt h that it can_un be_ added_n____ to__ in_ was 'L"I Ir Dodd [incumbents, C. J.
400 W. Madison I funds provided jointly by O'Cqnnor: D. E. Pangborn RoyL.
( near future., He Relieves N E'S S DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE
I the Clay Commission and Clay with the cooperation of: to I Watkins.- and Alfred B

I School Board and have been town's citizens a building I Watson.,
Two 'other offices -
uI-- be put up for about half Ridge IS be -
decided with the following SERVICE GAS-BOTrLED
I- what it would normally ed on candidates f I Winifred

As proof. Fox cites the
H Masonic Temple, for "years : L For Tax ASsessor.T. B. Mil- Wheeler ervice Co.I Keystone Gas Co. CRAWFORDfleg.

he lican. incumbent; and Beverly : 24 HOUR SERVICE Real
Savings are served as building ante B. GR 5-2401 Estate Broker
I Widegren.
BANK: and which'was com,'i Fox I For Tax Collector between Keystone and Melrose, PHONE 4351 Lake Properties Acreage
d at' : Sara D. Franchised Ranches .
safer and growS a-great saving in L cC McDonald, incumbent [ servicing both areas Distributor of Business City

cost with local volun- served ; ). 'WASHERS I SAPGASLUMBER Homes Rentals
faster "We Take A Personal Interest
here be the guest of honor at TELEVISION S In
time Your
: Thomas of Gainesville.] I Requirements"
monthly dinner meeting S ANYTHING ELECTRIC San .
I on New Directory LebrydoLumber Midway, : Keystone Height
the, Masonic Hall. A special at ; Fall Of FunAnyone :all work, guaranteed servic- Co.We Melrose
will be .
extended to
satisfied Iliway 21-open 80DdaJl-
who ing customers
makes ,
i as many r .
I Lion Ladies for this meet t Specialize in Custom GR5.2981RESTAURANT
L phone calls as we do is always since 47
I lg. A wonderful meal will be them. Cut Extra Lengths
by the Junior Wom, glad when a new telephone MaterialCement .
comes out. Keystone
$3,000 APPLIANCES V Mortar Mix-
Heights is such
The Lions have sold about I a growing Sheet Rock '
I Ii t I : at the \ I community* that there : Meet Your Erieads
... worth of light bulbs at' viduals members added s are new Redfarn'sAjp1iances Mill on lijrw. 21 at Middleborr,'r 1 atLawrence's
i last report., : every day, it Phone BU 2-5722' S
seems. and we are onstantly Dinette
'. The President and the I
t S \ _5, hip are pleased to: The i jotting- down a number in the' HOTPQINT APPLIANCES t MILLWORK COLD BEER GOOD FOOD

0 ''S. that the Keystone Heights Fargo margin.. The trouble .is, that Maytag. Washers and 'Dryers Open 11 a. m. to 9 p. m.

:- : /'S' has had articles in "Lions earn we can never remember which Zenith TV I Keystone Mon. thru Saturday

\ jU44P! Every persan, ,wise 'in the I : } terna tional," "Florida ber 19 I book since we we wrote-have the two.number in SERVICE ON ALL MAKES Millwork l Shop Closed Sunday
Anyone Hiway
S Keystone Heights 21-Keystone Heights
and of course, the Phone 4252 J CABINETS BOOKS
"c, ways of finances saving f t tI County Telegraph, I with an extension phone gets

for a particular reason and I tS to Publicity Chairman the ; two directories. The whole BOATS WINDOW FRAMES White Top Drive-in

I IS. times. idea is very orderly-one book SCREENS
saving regularly. And, theyni' 1 i George Sc aeffer.
stays by one phone-the other :Trim Materials CHICKEN DINNER FOR $1."
wNI Lion McGlave.] LaVigne,,
where their I
saving The BOAT
i Barn This Ad
: I visited by the other phone. Ours.1 Sash Made To Order With
er, and -Beilder attend p <*
'.5- ,. money is ,safe while it a District Governor's Cab. times. however have a habit of circulating MELROSE GR 5-2701 Keystone: -Height* Eat Here or Take Horn
I 1MI earns!.Join the.manv smart I Meeting pn November 14, Mrs. ,and like identical I PACKAGE STORE --: Good Only {

people who are saving in ttheU.S. Navy" Enlisted L twins we.#.,cant tell which is FrL Sat-NOT. 34

:: C'_. COME INTODAY our bai1 Open your account 'Club at Manx>rt. Fargo whie, =. NRUDE Shaughnessy'sPACKAGE Open 11 A 3L To Mldatt

Lions McGlave and Lion L Adams;' 'b till .the first man SALES & STORE Rt. 21 Between Keystone A
Vlgne attended 'a in the new directory-as In # SERVICEFLOIcIST OPEN 8 A. M.12 P. Melrose -Phone GR 52181
e g at Starke on the the Bible. We have.a near'Nel-1 J J. w SUNDAYS DRILLING
16 j son-this one a Louis A. We WELL
; Nov., STki'Keyst6ne family -
KEYSTONE Keystone Melrose
: Lions are em I have four Nelsons now, and 1-

all have the initial "A" REAL S WELL DRUJJNG '
... to add,f Ke new' names : David ESTATE :
MEMBER. ..DJ.c.A :.tfceir roster Ward Bessette Balliett A., Herbert A.. Louis A., and S PUMPS
: Bradley,, Frank Logue. : Albert When.we talk about I Edna Williams C. J. Pete O'Connor SERVDCE S :' ,

Friendly Bank in A Friendly Community'Ke7t Nooney, and Ray Olson. ?. i : "Lu" Nelson, One is never .sure FLORIST-NURSERY REALTOB MATHEWS r'.

fi Hefghtsi ; FS.v : The :Keystone- Lions will'' will at whether* we* mean Louise or FLOWERS I REAL ESTATE I Well
.t .
I dedication ceremonies! Lucille, and now we have Louis For AH Occasion* ,MORTGAGES APPRAISALS. .Drilling ;

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M Y TT".Y.Y..4 .Y..&-.V dren included. These suppers I man. Jr moved to Keystone Lake Winnot. Prayer and Sermon [First\ f'T!... .Yt' TT.t ... azalea plants. I IRby'TUrnet'h' i I Black and family and Mr., and I ing through December KK 6erj \
,:-KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS' I are always' delicious and It is i I Heights last week! from East Mr and Mrs. H. Wt Limper I Sunday Holy -Oomnranion 8 ,, t1 "nla11ksgtv-![!Mrs. Albert.Moody and family j rhea Trill begin at 7:30:: each. ;

so nice: to share your wtpper I Swsnzjr.. H. They came In spent Saturday in Mekose. p. m. Episcopal Young; Char hnen. NEVF RIVER\ ing dinner at State Farm ;.vithj j i"bunched' Thanksgiving dinnerat f trenirtg. Rev. Bobby Knight

with others and vice versa time to spend Thanksgivingwith Mr. and: 'Mrs. J. S.' .LaCaste : a his .son, Robert, and Tamil?. I. the Albert Moodys Thurs i Middleburg Baptist Church; f

; !. The Rummage Sale was a Mr.-. Wyman's,, brother are visiting_.friends and rela--' Holy bays io a.'m.. HoIj ,BJ B07"X1II1I 4 r t 'Mr. and/Olrs.' JJ.' !. DSbbs!day.i They' had three turkty-s: will be the wangelist.. Everyone -
end the Altar Society tives in Washington D. Cr COmmunion: sad tnfldreii Of JacksoftvJle and all the trimmings and had I : I
......&.& &.&. A. uiAuuU: success an3.: family, Mr..and Mrs. Bar- ; i \\j1coI1e. :
grateful to Leamon Ward rv Wvman. on Lakeview Drive Mrs.; !'',arena Logsden is The Rev Millard" H. Bre'yfogle. ,i..4A..A.&..&.&&&. A &.& trek/dinner guests of the S.fi. .;!so much left from dinner tney!e,t

[From Preceeding Pagefr ; who let us use the nice big Whitney's F*mtly. too. will reside staying in the Cicrn home i Vicar f \1r. ai43Jtlis...Aaa Clark, of 'kitttwi' on hankgi\; \ sig. !decided to visit together and Uy 4 ii1 Trj S
t while Mrs? Cicen is 'eerie of Ooluml h u*, to finish the rest at
> another "Lou". i storeroom. Oat of what was I on Lakeview Drive-not ,Jn .'. 'Virginia t.the, weekend George i sapperKlXGSLEt (
left, anything that was suitable -t the same residence, The Wy- HRST METHODIST .with'Mr. and Mrs. ,M. L. Johnsland Ga. '<(ras .aa .o'wmiglit vfslto;'I i i WhaTs: Going en I
Speaking of '
[ topography we i and acceptable sent Lee Williams, a former resi- with ytt.. afid Mrs. Joe fortly REVIVAL' I I
have Rivers Hills Parks. Dy- : roan mw'iLnaejrte.. Me aryl CHURCH ..MELROSESiinday family: i ,LAKE i iI At The JEHDisplay !
kes.fli'H if to the Bishops' Thanksgiving Mrs. Whitn Wvman Sr.. live dent of Melrose:
Rose, Root,- and Reed ire, Burch'wonder and I: CloU11n Drive. in this area, too on Lake home in Dun9ee; Tuesday.: I ; '$::45 'I. :af: !;' ,church: oftaiiaml: spent, Saturday and x litr 2 : and.XrsChester' Moody:I Baptist;; I 400" W. MadisonIi
i. EpIicrni1 Church ieneva.aes. Mrs. (). T., Robinson visited I!school for all ages 11 a. ,m. Sunday with Joe and Nettie and family of Keystone:I Church will hold aevtval -'_ -' '"- ._'.' -

Ivey Club are ?members members of the.of Garden the- I: Ast undeyoDec.: 3, ;is the first I j I rVoiv"* fi*h< *ffpr and her sister Mrs. Katherine i Morning: Worship. 6:30': p. a.. },Iood)'. .,etght. !.,,1'' 'Mr.. and: l.trs. ", .1',I Starting''-, .December '3 and lastI __ ._-.f;%.__ _, ';l \

Gentry, we have a few ;'. Sunday in Advent the .Annual f 1vflp, Ann 'OTP ,anr "t those! Chisten, in Gainesville, Tues, I Tooth? FeU wsh p. r Mrs:.Miriam. Johns atteadedj fi' ;'. :, '.."... ..-.. ,.:?,;' ,j.f. ,:...,.<..<.. :_;;..:rM.t.t, .. : ;\. ,.i-.... _.,_. ,......'.. _. ., .. .. .,.>_1._+.0 r,.._.<.f". ,
;Knight King Prince and Sar Advent Corporate: Communion ", tin f'He>r.;nr4 0."'n The pt1Jn'lt day.The of ;: Wednesday, 7:30 o. m.; Bible [services ,at Baylesa High ay' .."';; :';; "'>o'S:'. ).t"u. : N>::; .vtM.w >lw-v">*w--w < -- --- -- j

gent., Laborer Include, Gard- its mas and boys will be celebrated i F f1; TN'n'o ( .!,tpY in Episcopal women i;; Study and' Prayer Mtetfeig .Baptist Church .Sunday 'and'. : ...., -,... Gw_.+ I
I at 7:30 a. m. followed:l Trinity: Church of Melrose j i|i --Bev, Ted ,Springer.. pastor. I o '
: I helped fix thg parsonage .. .
her, Mason Miner Cook,I Gainesville Sunday, Nov. 19- up ."'- ', "
I > : :
Baker, Carpenter ParsonsfWd. -;'. by breakfast: in the parish held, their annual? bazaar ..on 17 I I after services.. ;, "r.- '; .' ...' .. '. ... \
'i house. If possible notify Carl- j- Friday ani Satw'daJi.lov. j\i METHODIST CHURCH ,Mr. and Mrs. George How'eIlvisited .

.Wft" perhaps have Birds others.and Birds I:I ton Paul so that he will: have 1 ST. ANNIES. F.f15COTALC11UrCH. I and Fine 18 weather. at the and Parish.enthusiastic. House. i, MELROSE'' I theitdau<
I an idea of how. many will at- KEYSTONE during TbaaKsgiviag! .hqUdays. ,
'Drake and 'Ducky.Also,1' I .
., tend. Bui in any event, all guests made it a. most successful Rev.. Kenneth' W. Griffith. .
i. Wolfe, and Herring. Sundays 9:33 Church fair. The director, .Mrs. ,
; to a- m. 'Someone Special. 1
and boys should-try( '
men t pastor. Johnnie wife t.To
CUck- an ;
We )have. tM positive attributes School. 9:30: a. m. Marnlntfrayw Reginald Kelly and fceroosJireclor df ? .
i come. Sunday 6cxool. 5 9:45>>: a. m: .
daughter all
I of M t. .
of Young) PurJy. Ritch, meet and Sermon [1st Sun :: Mrs, .Allen Graham !1n.1P j I :. I "T *! ;
St. Anne'a Vestry will
and Gay, I in '.contrast with ; WtXlne. ,Dec. 6,,at 8 ,day, Holy Communion 6 t>- and all the committee .' 'last. "week with Mr.. and )(r&) t To Show How. Much Youkto'e'
on ay. p m4 Joe and while
GaunCBlue Dull, and Moody. m. Episcopal Young Church chairman express great appreciation Moody they wert{r Mt I
p. m. in the parish house Evening.Worship p. m. here, did some jjeer ,hunting;,;' t ...
We stfil bare T2Iis. Tullis.Sftfl .., and thanks;for J -
The Episcopal Churchwomen men.Holy warm Prayer Meeting ['\\Fed.1t;S9GRANDIN but "no luci. 'r|i iAft. ,.
Toles; We have Stanley I Davs -''T:30 a. m. Holy all the work done the fellOw. ", .y
will hold their! regular 4L ?
p.,m. and trs.'V' Xndre A aad: _
and Livingston. And going Communion ship and the success ,of this
monthly.meeting' on Thursday, .. daughter ndar .of ..TackJWJ l
back tit IfUtoryTB have"MarcoAnthony" irh&ds t
to the
I Dec. 7, at 10 a. m Third Wednesday: Parish affair many .. t t ..! '. t bole .visited with,Mr. indAfta:I, I
Pater. and "Clay- : Persnals Covered Dish.Supper, 6 or 6:30: who. made it. possible S.: IB.:'-Nettles last week.Sammy '- i Lir:14Tll

Tr1'fDU.1' imagination The community will be sorryto p. mFIRST- Duplicate Bridge Moody and' ,.nnimle I,
on that brut! II Winners of .Melrose Duplicate -
.. : ,
lose Mr. and Benedict t _
'We Mrs .. ........ .-. .. Lavender were hunting :.in McKinney I;
stUI 'think !it oJd that Finzer and their children Bride; were: First place, & LAAAA ftidi,
j Brad lasC! ttidiy
''J Mri Frost and Mrs. Blizzard Chris and Mary Aim who will BAPTIST CHURCH Mrsv Oeo; Phelps and Mrs. From Prececdlng Page killed "two. iatU n&kd. Onei}I I : : Ih I-(- I
KEYSTONE HK1GHTS second place,
were both christened ,.tm." be moving to LouisviBe, Ky.. Alice ; had: ten rattles and'' the othrj II

The. priZe'comblnat1 t1 Is next week. It seems they just J. R. Smith. pastor Ralph tie, Mrs. GUfeert Allen Ray Lou Marshall.,. :or*. St. Augus-

stills kith us: Gallop. Battle sot here! They had purchasedone CopelandMinister. of Music Becker. Mrs. Lucille Davie tine. ,- ill.Mr.. and Mrs' Ethan'Sapp AadjMr r
Rorsfatt Pallin and Miss Sally Mansfield; friends of Don Seiglcr *ill
; Payne. Dye. of the nice Wallenius I
nd church .organist. 1 and Mrs, Cart Wyna went! ,
Who could think one could: get fourth place Miss Bessie regret to learn that he h confined : }
I houses, and were getting nicely Rentes: Sunday School 9:45: : on' a hunting trip, owri In Lyvyj .t, ,
so jhuch Enjoyment out of settled when Mr. Finzer'sT m. Moraine Worship.,10:50: Rutherford and Mrs. WalterJ. to' hl\ barii ,'WJUl a County during tbanisgiURg": J' .
reading a telephone ? Grolick. painful bade injury i ispud
directory lather d5ed In Kentucky and 4. m. Training tTftlohj '7:00 p. Mate ,Ranks caught 'a Mg'j:
William's Church NewsThe ; they made the (decision to :31. Evening services 8:00 p.: Beta Club Meeting :, Mrs.: nt >rgle tilftbttn\ and : fish.kf the roadside. ',on .!r : _. .i. -

re; monthly covered I: move back to Louisville to be The Melrose' Beta Club attended son, of Palalka te'iefit visited i Saturday., '] :: x.. t:, 'f

dish supper will be held I closer! to their families Mr. m. You are invited to share I the District VI Conference Mrs. .Tumblin's: fiiwil, >tr8.. H. Mr. and'Mrs. R. l;;. Black and']1':. 1 "+- Y i I
family Prayer. time with us. oa Nov. 17 at Callahan A. in' Graildln. ri ; 1 1Y >
Monday night Dec. 4. at 6:15 t linzer was manager! of the I Grainger ;> i family had' as holiday gaits II

in the Recreation Hall. The I Big Dad Mfg. Co. in Starke. ... High School Emphasis was We .are:'sorry tb. reP..otl that 1 last week fir and Mrs. Teddy}

.whole Parish is invited-chil- Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Wy- COMMUNITY CHURCH put on the National Beta our .P4sto *. wife's+M al.U ,not:! J3rown"of Gainesville. Al/o Mr.'j: : II I
.... Motto "Let Us Lead By Serving well enough' to attend any- of! t
-- -- ---- -- .. Hall of
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS and Mra. J1 V. ', HighSprings [ "" .. ,
the worship servicea.She has : J !
J ,
Attention Livestock Producers! Dr. A. C. Holt Minister, made for new officers been quite.ill for the past.' two 1 Mr. and Mrs.--John C. Cooper;! a r s I A.lM.r. I

Mrs. James L. Hetherington : and votes were cast by each weeks. ';' .1 and daughter' of, Jack Ol1viUl' !- J' .t. .n00D ...v.R .'nMl.Y.v4} w .. S q .. .. .
: ,f ''j;. Organist and Director.,, : club. Lunch was served in the Mrs.. Ruth Reed and Mrs. : with 'i tE.r.r rs I
spent Sunday-, ,her j 6
If you have hogs or. ., or Richard Cuthman :Youth Dir. cafeteria. Mary Cruise ,of,Lake. Swan! Mrs. George Anderson.,,, t or -

cattle to sell now or in ; 4-i Sunday School. 9:45 am.. The club then met in the were. Thanksgiving.. guests of' i Mrs. Edna Lavender is'm St., ..
the 'future please contact .& Morning Worship 11 a. m. auditorium and the 'the E. S. Brantleys. .I I Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville, ...' nrcmc RANGE ELECTRIC DISHWASHER' II
'I' Thewspeak it
one of the buyers '; : .Young, .r 'People, 7 *""'_. cers were installed .Mrs. -JT.. : C., Weeks, and children I ,Mr..and> Mrs, M. L: John and! 11 Flametes*electric cooking is cooler, cleaner, Saves endless hours! Just stack the dishes. ;

at Copeland Sausage : .. p. m. er was Joseph Karpati Science ,, of Key West spent the I sons spent" Tnanksglvirg atRaiford "ekfer.t h.ati Ihe foc d-not the k tch n.No .press a bu ton. .and the' job.is done! ..s !

Company and give them > ryrrryr..rmvrrrrrm Instructor ,at Callahan High I Thanksgiving .. holidays .with II with all the Dekle ':ni-I boot br gre.W fuel grime to blacken pots and Everything is automati\yfy washed,tiled

an to School. He spent a large part Mrs. T, 'R Gornto. I toiudga waDs: No fmneft or constant-bwnitig "sanitized"and dried sparkling bright An
opportunity buy b '
:) MELROSE his life in Hungary under com :! Mr. and Mrs.'Irvin Ormandi "Mr. LaVeA- pilot lights to disturb peace of Bond. And Electric Dishwasher is permanent holiday
livestock. I and James
Mrs. -
four munism. He escaped to the;.US I i of,Windsor spent Thanksgiving i der were visiting ,Mrs.. EJ1.aj} Automatic controls, eliminate pot-witching. from a never-ending tedious chore.

COPELAND OFFERS YOU .yY..TYY yyyy..Tyy. where he learned the Er.gUshlanguage with their daughter.Mrs. Marie .- )Lavender: at SU Vincent's llos-j ELECTRIC ItEFRtGERATOi.tRUER ,b ELECTRIC WATER HEATER .... '. ,

(Continued from Page One] and attended college Hutson in Grandih. i p'ttat i> Monday.Mr. lilt's like a supermarket. in die kitchen..a '$The new supw-faj*,super-safe Electric Watw

4 BIG ADVANTAGES! His speech was on Com- I Also spending the Thanksgiving -j .. And' MrsNelson: fekte> ., '". tnodern daMe-Atly food center that keeps Heaters heat aa much hot water in 24 hours .. .-l

on the way to their home in munisum and Democracy. holidays with their respective -i of Jacksonville' stopped, by j fOr fresh food fresher longer and keeps frozen as the average family uses In two full weeks.

\1. Cash market every day. Deerfield Beach from their Those attending meeting from : families here were two & short'visit: with. ;, their daughter foods flavor-fresh for months. Plenty of No.flame no:fumes-requires no venting.

:2. 'No commission. summer home in Springfield, Melrose were: Mrs. Clarence I| University,of Florida students.. Mrs.'iL: L.: 'Johns, and. 'fami- :.fee.:cubes always m hand.Saves shopping Installs abywhere in the home for greatest I,
: Ohio visited Dr. and Mrs.' convenience. Clean, silent, dependable and
Holden sponsor: Doris Ford, :.i Charles Brown and Johnnie time an money by stocking up o*"specials"at
"Siinda'y. j jMrt
3. Special consideration given to meat I Cecil R. Hook. Carol Hurst 'Ellen Scott, Ann I L Mikell, -. ly ; and, MrsNorman':. t3u1- bargain prices., the utmost in Safety. ,,

i Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Tuten Down, Margaret Slade, Mrs.: Mildred Burrows and I.I kot' Tucker, Ga. :i .
type hogs visited
I of Center Line Mich., are the Virginia Ford, "Marian" Bass, Mrs. M. G..Lawson,..of ,Gainesville. !,- ,Mrs: Vetfi' ice Moody 'of cwI E

'4. ''Can furnish hauling for sufficient parents of a girl born October and Barbara Whiteheati. visited relatives here. on' River and then went' Oft to' -tlt le ;ll P f(an!teless. Lie-e. +t :
11. The baby has been named
quantities Basketball season begins Thanksgiving day.. I State Farm: to visit Mr: andMrs" / ...Irs ClflA'tff.l001. ,
I r
Paula Marie. Mrs. Pearl Wing- ,
night both the Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert- Reed ,
.J. Friday as ; boys : A. .C. DbwHnfe.Mrs. >: Ij
; ,
p enbach is the maternal
II grandmother and girls play at Trenton. and children of. Lake i, ,
CALL Swan Albert Moody and :Mrs.: '!
The Trenton football team visited Mr. Reed's brotherinlaw R I.. Black\ efd visiting Mt .
Mrs. Louise Rhoades of 'i 'Sw yow$...dealer;plumber
the Riverland Conference and sister Mr and Mrs.
won Moody motherMra. : ltaiiit'r '
FOR CLAUDE PHILLIPS, PRESTON POLK, Jacksonville visited her sister w !Contractor' HELPING, BUILD fLORIDA

NORMAN VEECII 'Mrs. O. T. Robinson, recently.The Trophy, and promises to be E. S. Brantiey, and! family on i iron;, at Raifor MwidayJaii 1:;,.' .....,;.. .. .. ........ "1'_;... :.>I< y.-co. : .. >.< .. 'f!
'' ," "" .v.w.: ,>>:' .
;w.'v.-I<'sw" ": --"AY.: :<< .v".x., c.
one of the top contenders in Thanksgiving day I brought back ,4 nice i bunch\ ofiAR'EA i "<';.$,:::;O"'D_: "'" .$!:*,_''''' ...:"_: :t:;o:,,,.".,,,"(No: .t'Ov"::, mJ'lG$ "<,<Ztot. >'YH.,'_< __.
Charlie Beckham home
burned last Friday. basketball. Lt. Col. and .Mrs. James, it.I I 1-...' ',' c... n. _. '.. ':' ___ _.-' _..
Sikes and children of Augusta: : :......: : : : : ; r : -:=
Mrs. Ada Roberson is home I : rt! ,
opelandSAUSAGE TRINITY EPISCOPAL Ga. spent the. Thanksgiving .
I again after a brief illness. She CHURCH ,with Col.: ., 1
MELROSE holidays Grandiri
: in. .. "
1\ has been staying with her I Sikrs' parents. M. f. and, ,Mrs. ; BUSINESS DIRECTORY ;
COMPANY o ALACHUA, FLORIDA I daughter and son-in-law, Mr Sundays10 a. m. Church I Hv B. Sikes. II

Russell Nobles, School. 11:45 .
r. and Mrs. on : & m. Morning\ Mitchell Varn- .
Mr..and Mrs.
I .. : I :- :: :
: :
were --.l. t
.. es cf Cape Canavarel. ,
------ I r I :- -- 'I wI --- I : 7 -i. -,...:JLJJ_. I[,,-n
U I Thanksgiving guests of MT. '

and Airs., Julian,,-- .. .,Varhes. .,of. AUTO .GL 8S./ I AUTO SALES &SEUVICE .i FARM EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN : "- i t, '> : : ::!,

I -SEE-SANTA ,Florahome Mr: and,\Mrs.,ti 'darlton Quick ; Crane. Motor C o. i RushTa'Tractor Co Becku '
Mauidin'sAiito rn .. Opticians
fi'x r and children, and Miss Doris i Inc:
Seigler of St. Petersburg with are : Glass 'ENGLISH FORD NEW HOLLAND Ltndsey L. Eeckoa., E. 0.
spending several$ days
AtllS. CHALMEBS.Farm Lenses Duplicated ->
their father, R. L. Seigler.E. > 'r'
COMPLETE STOCKJ CURVED .Authorized,SaesA' Service Et-FERGt1S0N
ARRIVE :J. Hutson reports that ArtificialEyesv-Prer lp&n!
"Complete Service for All
his trip to the Ocala NationalForest GLASS ;Mikes" Equipment ,And pilled Promptly. =

one as was he a bagged very successful a four- WlndshteJ I & Door' Glass 'j., '505' E.:. 'University.-y. '.. Ave. o TrafitorsFR+ 6-43S3 22 W. University HiT .

.. 0-- ;> ( :; ff point buck. s Replaced' In Any Maifl | FR 2.431Gainesville Gatoesvill>lq_, Pia.ls ::

.?.... .: *i1 also Car Or truck u Fla. Archer Rd Gainesville. -
Thanksgiving day. was I
..4 ."" -....,
/J "
'(r, t" .. -" "Mothers's. ,, Day" for huts W. We Handle Stfpty Qlisi, i GARDEN SUPPLIES .
Dt Gornto. Durinl.1he..day she -
6.2533 -'
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.. \\"as'isited by two of her sons COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION- -
.. 1314 S. illn Oalr emne .
,' and a daughter-Mr. and Mrs. ', -
.. ; : Ii :littOtfl *
-(< ;
Strickland and .lI
& Clyde son oaf. -.J. I Ti ** A "

i Orlando. Mr:.,and. Srs.Strickland R, L. l Complete Line of CHAIN; SAWS .! !

I and sons of Daytona .''AUTO SALES & SERVICE i .RefrigerationKSerVice SEEDSPIAt"r8- rat t1BED.-, sAs'a. t

in Beach and Mr. and Mrs- ,, ,. -FERTILIZERSIasectlcida o SlvIt : '

L. A. Lesley and son of Mid-i I' CO.: I -..Pd Supplies

the ,annual d1 burg: It J i IMPERIAL CHHT8LES "r 'We Rent Fertilizer Spreaders' Florida 5&oi
I lofts:'J. R "Herring. Mrs. VALIANT Sidney: Owner '. it ,
PLYMOUTH, '-' t-; r? . Leopold. 224- W- 8th Ave. :
Callie Rye David,-and Jimmie Fn FE (,4111'
Authorized, Sales Parts Commercial R: frUer tin 2.0476Gainesville .1
Rye. and 'the Misses Loretta 2538 N. B. 19th Dr .. !
'' ; a' i. t1 Fla. .
AiFiiridalre Cond
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r' ?- p. -" .
and Joann Luke' spent j i., Ice Maker t .. .,,'Oi.. ..
Thanksfiving Day, la Douglas, LADIES WEAR 0
Ga as guests of Mrs. Herring'ssonInlaw 1i 1 I HawesPowers"Motor'go., ;Sold .Agi. Serviced -Aiytime' I'' .' : J ; .&

i ; &ni daughter, Mr. -' .j 'GainjEstille.PB' .28392: CBehry'* SPORTING, GOODS !
and Mrs. Lamar dough and!I I l foASdrea'FoT fo lt it
; Heietife FB 67700'CONCRETE. oaine &< JJost ,
& FB2-25$1 ; ;; > A '' '
# family. j I : J' Ladies TIm Area Mot Complete Lvi.of .
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Alderman !i 204 N. Main, Gainesville 1 DRESSES SOTS COATS .: g' ,GeM.. ,ate

were Thanksgiving .gusts of I II i Used Cars 212 N. Man PRODUCTS ACCESSORIES

I their so( -in-tats and di titer..!i FB 6-3406 105 W. University Gainesville! Jimmie Hufhts, I )c.
Tree j I Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Clay in 4,5
Lighting 1113 {V. GaIDeItillf
I East Palatka., I I INSIST THAT ALL YOUR :: Univetslty. 0 .

I Ralph Brockman and Robert i CONCRETE PRODUCTS MOVERGainesville SHOES Z
on the Courthouse Square co-sponsored by Barber of Palatka spent LINCOLN. )MERCU&T:. .. l AfB'I'HE:' BEST, PKOM' : ,
the G'ville Ministerial Assn., featuring the tW"- .
; .
combined i voices of Gainesville's church choirs Thanksgiving Jiere with Mrs.J. COMET FIAT BEKAULT >t : -if .. ir
and U of F vocal l groups. I througlvthe .J.heart{ of downtown W. Brockman.J. .. ._ Service--r Ids: 'Bull Mayflower Bob's Shoe Store
Authorized Sales .
S. Powell of Jacksonville
s p M. SUNDAY : I I Pp1Yr.hce ,LOCAL AND LONG Shoes /or The DfUre ) 11 4 I1Fonm.'E'
I recently visited )I1J.: .. CaUi? i Parts w I., .1iI '
FRIDA-4y' Rye.Richard Trained Mechanics 0tH I Main FB 2-4844 And Crating 'SET Fda;, "'Q1{ N
Dec. 3, 1961. 434 p. M. Chares MUrray 26.son i 726 S. Storage
of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Mur- 1| Used Can Gainesville P1&i Gainesville FB -5221 ENDWELL FOB CHILDREN

ray of Florahcme died last i i i i i Bags Millinery,Access*riaa

Dec. 1st, 1961 Thursday:! al the home of his 1 Barkley Meters ELECTRIC, MOTORS MUSIC SUPPLIES. ....... -21 W,. unNmlt- 'IF' .- -1beJma- .. -' _
y parents. He is survived, by adaughter.Roberta 615 Ni Mala. Gaiaejvill p H PB 'W '
CHRISTMAS featuring Ann: Lillian's, Music Store YARNS-TOYS, ;
; many floats and other entries 1 !I Electric MotorRepair .

GIFT I GUiDE I '- bciuding bands and queens from VOLKSWAGENSale I I "Gainesville 193)KEAKAVEB Leader"Since Time \9 Lajr-Aw for*

Ihe: following area high schools: I Co. Chrktmaa
f" i f WINTER
; ?
Service Parts
Free for the oskmg Is this year's brand new S3t'1tJ" Fe P. ,K. 'Yongv o e ., I.. OF- GAI. ,"ESvn.u: INC. CABLE Jack, and Jill I

48-page Christmas shopping gift guide, thot ChietanJHaiihcrre: J aas. t OZ coMPLETB mnuc, HANGS PLANOBGANS Open till *:vOBFriJ7iA
n loaded with gift suggestions available in e M1ller-Brown Motors, MOTOR CHORD ORGANS --$159-$ 5 Coaplttt Lute Of *

Gainesville stores for every name on yoyrflist.GET Lincoln 1f J Inc. i sEavtCB Guitars Drums Sheet Yami'-XedJiwork tj..njFtt

A. L MUne SALESDi5trJbat ,. Music ?
'. ol
YOURS fREE \ << instructions .s
Sponsored By FB2-WS2 :: *** ;; uototi"t Budgets .
.. tat m. Untoltt. Ton Game D >tta -

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OF COMMERCE 4.-* "*ij=4. 112 8. E. First, Gainesville '
4a2 : \ t '\11 II! ** s. Main. Oainesvlll 625 .W, Univtrsity i ,.'G&m t11I! ,

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(TTUar rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTl shape. Frosted in white, it was visit here. Mr. and Mrs. 1,. E. Ratliff and and family, and Mr. and Mrs.A. .1 and Robert Bush gathered at .

trimmed in pink and red Mrs. Ethel TidweD has been Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wynn, they H. Sparks visited the Albert the home of Mrs. Dora Byrd on

;HAMPTON roses, with, a miniature bride in the Lake Butler hospitalfor will be stationed in Milton for Sparks family Sunday after- Sunday and enjoyed birthday STAftKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY I
dinner with her and E. C. Pad-IiI
and groom on top. Serving the several days, and expected three years. noon.

cake and punch were Mrs. W. to be able to come home Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones Mrs. Ethel Bird of Tampa gett. E. C. was celebrating bis

By Mrs. D. E. Hffl'YWYYVWI M. Phillips and Miss Doris some time this week. and Mrs Debbie Hall spent and sister Mable, were visit- 33rd birthday.

Phillips. Thanksgiving visitors at the last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ing Mr. and Mrs. John Sur- Bridal Shower

TfftTTVTTTTJhankstivinr After a honeymoon through Carl Beck home near Hamp- Hance Hall of Hampton.Mr. rency Saturday. Mrs. Junior Fouraker and
daughter Donna Faye. of Baldwin -
Day Rites Mrs. Albert
and Sparks
South Florida the couple will ton were Mr. Beck's brother- Thanksgiving dinner guestsof
'Vnlte, Pair In Jacksonville be at home at 3343 RosselleSt. in-law and sister Mr. and and Lee visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr.. and Mrs. Carl Jones entertained at their home Prevatt's Garage SINCLAIR SERVICE
Nov. 20
Monday night a
In -
a simple afternoon cere- ., Jacksonville. Mr. Phillips Mrs. McElroy and sou and Andy Sparks Thanksgiving were Mrs. Irma Caitand miscellaneous shower honoringMiss Body Shop RADIATOR SERVICE STATION

mony on Thanksgiving Day attended schools in Jackson- friend from Anniston, Ala. day.Thanksgiving family.Mr. Complete Auto Service
loretta Joyce Childs became ville, and the bride attended They spent from Thursday until dinner guestsof and Mrs. F. B. Davis married Patsy Smith, who was BODY & FENDER REPAIRS I New Cores Bedding Tires Batteries-Accessories
on Thanksgiving eve- Shaft
the bride of John Wesley Phillips Hampton Elementary and Monday here with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lefeverswere were in the Davis Camp in ning to Henry Caruso of Jack COLLISION SERVICE Grinding ,Electric Welding
at the home of Mr. Phil- Bradford County High Schoolin Mrs. Beck and children. Mrs. Hattie A. Lefeversof 542 Madison 969-2801
the Scrub last weekend. sonville. Games were playedand
Mower Motors Rejalred
lips'sister. Miss Doris Phillips, Gainesville John R. Lefevers Painting Hatching
Starke. Successful deer hunters in- AUTO TIRES
awarded to
Thanksgiving: guests of Mr. prizes Patsy Phone 964-0154
in Jacksonville. of Jacksonville, Rev. and
Birthday Party cluded Marklee Norman and ERB35 ESTIMATESFhona
and Mrs. of White- ,
Mrs. George E. Tison and and Mrs. John Surrency were Or 964-3861,
The bride is the daughterof Honors Two Robert Cutchens, who each family of Gainesville Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. McKenzieand house, and Patsy's mother, Mrs. 969-2105 So. Walnut, Starke Starke Recap Co.

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold H. Sandra Moore, 14, and John- shot one on Thanksgiving day Mrs.: James A. Griffis and family of Jacksonville. Albert Smith. Afterward, the 2033 W.Temple, Starke Pappy Rein, Owner Mm
Childs of Hampton, and the ny Moore, 15 were honored near Lake Butler. Also in that family of Graham. Mr and Mrs. H. D. Barnesof honoree opened her many lovely AUTO SERVICE Recapping for Cars & Trucks

groom's parents are Mr. and with a birthday party at the group of hunters was A. C. Graham visited Mrs. Bar gifts Mrs. Fouraker bakes a ONE DAY SERVICE

Mrs. W. M. Phillips of Hamp Moore farm, home east of Dennison, and joining the men Thanksgiving day guest of ne!' sister in West Palm I beautiful three-tiered cake, dec- Dodd's Service & NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS

ton. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hampton on Friday evening, in the woods for Thanksgivingdinner Mrs. Kate Starling and Mrs. Beach last week. orated with pink and blue icing, AUTO PARTS Auto Sales i AUTO-LITE BATTERIES
Childs of Hampton are the Mrs. Norman and Beatrice Hines were Mr. and which
Nov. 17. Guests of':Mr. and Mrs. EdParrish was cut and served to .. Phone 964-0221
bride's grandparents. Twenty-five were presentfor children, Mrs. Dennison, and Mrs. Earl Starling of Jack this week have been 20 guests. GENERAL 135 N. Temple Stark

-Rev. Henley,'a Baptist pastor the weiner roast party, Mrs. Nita Johnson. sonville. Mr. and Mrs. .Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Higgin- Starke Motor International Lifetime

performed the single-ring which included games opening New Crews of Jacksonville Charlie Frazier of Miami is family of Miami. botham announce the birth of FIRESTONE Mufflers FARM SUPPLIES

ceremony, in the presence of of gifts, and featured spent the four-day Thanks- visiting his parents. Mr. and a son born Sunday, Nov. 26, in Parts Co., Inc.
'relatives and friends. birthday cake for refreshment giving holiday here with Mr. Mrs Clarence Frazier.Mr. St. Vincent's Hospital.Mr. Tires Batteries, Accessories Brownlee &

For her wedding, the bride along with the hot-dog sup- and Mrs. Edward Saxon and and Mrs. L. E. Ratliff YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTTYYYTYMAXVILLE and Mrs. Howard Brad- four Local 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 ChasteenSEEDS

chose a white streetlengtheath per. family.Mr. had as Thanksgiving guests shaw and son of Jacksonville I NAPA FEEDS
of satin and lace, and Personals and Mrs. P. H. Lott their son and wife, Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Dixon Jobber For Starke 66" Service FERTILIZERSInsecticides

carried a white Bible coveredIn Saturday visitors at the drove to Stewart, Miss for Mrs. Walter Ratliff and two of Orlando enjoyed Saturday Cor. Brownlee & dark Bill EdwardsWE (Crates & Plants

matching satin and lace. home of Mrs. J.,H.Saxon were Thanksgiving, and returningto children who have been stationed night supper with Mr. and Mrs. Phone 964-0801, 964-0811 SPECIALIZE IN "Your Friendly
Her shoulder-length veil ofh1te Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Ogden, Hampton with them for A in Guam for the last By Sirs. C. B. Nolan Buddy Bradshaw and son BRAKE SERVICE Farm Supply Store"

tulle fell from a pearl and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Og- visit was their daughter, Mrs.I two years, Mr. and Mrs. Colen tAAAAAA'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAABirthday Wheel Balancing &; Alignment Cor. 10th & Cherry Starke

tiara, and white satin shoes den and son of Pompano. The I Ted Curtis and children. Ratliff and two sons of AT THE TABERNACLEIn AUTO REPAIRS Phone 964-88S1
I Thanksgiving day guests at: (Celebrated 617 N. Temple, Starke
completed the ensemble. Ogdens were enroute home Gainesville.Mr. WELDING-GARAGE
Rev. and Mrs. Lester Taggartand the absence of the Gospel
After the ceremony, the reception after attending the funeral of the home of Mr. and Mr.s J. and Mrs. Roy Starling
at the Phillips home W. Home were Mr. and Mrs family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tabernacle sponsor, who was Gilbert S.. Brown
Mrs. Marvin Ogden's mother.Mr. had as Thanksgiving guestsMr. Smith and family, Mrs. Ru- filling a Gideon assignmentlast Earl's GarageALL Thomas WeldingElectric
Robert Barksdale and children,
featured a wedding cake, and Mrs. M. 1,. Watterson and Mrs. G. W. McKinney Howard
Mrs. Lula Mott, Mrs. C. G. by Durrance and son, Sunday morning, the Standard 00 Service Station
three-tiered, in a hexagon of Jacksonville.Mr. '
and Mrs. Gene Failing are and family KINDS OF
Barksdale of Starke and ,Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Durrance, morning service was in chargeof ATLAS and Acetylene Welding
spending a week in Punta and Mrs. Tom Lefevers Linda and Pam : AUTO REPAIR WORKAll
I and Mrs. J. W. Horne Jr. Mosley Gary layman Barney E. McRae. TIRES & BATTERIES Have Welder Will Travel!
Gorda with Mr. and Mrs. Don- were visiting the C. L. Red- Cheshire, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Visitors from Ohio, Jack-
Mr. Mrs. Bill Under-
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What's Going on ald McMahone and son, assisting wood, and Mrs. Louise Hoganof ding family of Raiford Sun- Green and family, Mrs. Minnie sonville, and Ocala were pres- Phone 969-2964 Phone 964-7071 116 W. Brownlee 964-OS61
At The' IEHDisplay them in moving pre- day afternoon. Carter Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pad-
during the ,day to view
Hampton Lake drove to So. Walnut. Starke 407 N. Temple. Starke Nit 7823775If
parations, as they are to move gett and family, Elbert Green i
Hollister Sunday where they Sunday guests of Mrs. Kate the huge painting.
to Keystone Heights this week.
400 W. Madison visited Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Starling and Mrs. Beatrice I
Mr. and Mrs. Watterson and ,
Hardman and attended church( Hines were Mr. and Mrs. N. C4hYTRR-
I Mrs. Failing expect to return f
with them. Starling of Gainesville.
home Wednesday or Thursday.
Home for the holiday week- Math Wasdin returned froma
Weekend visitors at the G.
end with her parents was Miss successful hunting trip to
P. Wadsworth home were Mr.
Amelia Williams from the the Scrub near Ocala. I
and Mrs. Thomas Wadsworthand
University of Florida. Mr. and Thanksgiving guests of Mr. I
,BUY THE baby of Bunnell. Waldon I
Mrs. Jim Williams and babies and Mrs. John McKinney were
Wadsworth is also home with
drove to Brooker Thanksgivingday .Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinneyand ;
his parents from duty with the
to visit with Mrs. Wil- family of Gainesville Mr.
Merchant Marine.Mr. .
liams' sister, Mrs. Mann. and Mrs. J. M. Willis of
GREATSUPER and Mrs. Bill Aldermanand
Rev. and Mrs. W. P. McElroyand Gainesville, Mr. and :Mrs. J.D.
baby of Key West arrived children and Floyd Smith McKinney and family of ys.. :.

last week for a visit with Mr. spent Thanksgiving day in Gainesville, Mrs. Bennett of :.z..

and Mrs. T. J. Alderman. Mr. Cross City at the Smith home, Tampa, Mrs. Alice Kite of ;(ji.. J ...

Alderman returned to 'Key Mrs. McElroy's parents, and in Starke, Mrs. L. Newman of r.

West and Mrs. Alderman is Trenton with Mr. McElroy's Starke Olan Polk of Brooker,

staying for a longer visit with parents.Mr. and Miss Ruth Mann of

her parentsinlaw.Dr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin Brooker. A total of 23 peopleate
H. Bellinger of Starke dinner at the McKinney V 1 l' .
and daughter spent the holiday 22 :;
was guest speaker at 4
Hampton home on Thanksgiving day. (
weekend fn Stewart Miss., _.,
Baptist Church on Sunday with relatives. Mr and Mrs. Carl Broughton U y j ,y v
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evening, Nov. 26, representingthe had as Thanksgiving din-
wvI '
Steve Varnum, who has been
Gideons. ner guests Gus Wynn of 1
The Hinson family gatheredat staying in Hawthorne with the Starke. I ?lv.j.:: <,::;3, ?:% .r' Y:;: 'v: fr 'L y
Willard Thomas family, was I
the H. B. Hinson farm east 4 1.
Mrs. Bessie Wasdin had
SH1EtLi home with the Leslie Jones ,
of Hampton for Thanksgiving Julian Wasdin of Jacksonville,. 4
I over the Thanksgiving week- :4'.:. Sr,
dinner, and those present included for a Thanksgiving day guest.
end. Mr. and Mrs.Thomas and
1 i,f + '' Mrs. G. W. Hinson, family visited here and Steve Sunday dinner guests of Mr. 6 f }: }:},: { '. ; ..
Mrs. Willamae Denton, and. I )<
returned with them Sunday and Mrs. John McKinneywere

,,,.;,. l, Mrs. Gertrude Hoffmeister of evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parrishof
Starke Mrs. Alberta Hodge and Graham Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. Shaefer has purchasedthe
children of Sumter S. C., Simpson and family of MI- t -
building next to his on
Mrs. Oakie Wyatt and daughter ami, and Richard Starling.Mr. .
the main street from L. W.
of Bradenton, Mrs. Elsie and Mrs. Carl Broughton .
'GASOLINEAT(; I Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Fleet Williams.YTYYYYYYYYTYTYYYYYYYYY had as Thanksgiving ,

Colins and children of Gaines- afternoon guests Mr. and Mrs.

ville, and from Hampton Bert Thomas Earnest and family of

YOURFavorite Hinson, the H. B. Hinson fam- Miami and Mrs. Hillard

ily, Mrs. Margaret Hinson, GRAHAMBy Broughton of Gainesville. r

Dealer and Miss Brenda Sue Hinson, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Rey- v

home for the holiday from Richard Cain nolds were weekend guests of

leans.nurses' training in New Or- LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWalter Mrs. Bessie Wasdin. gum were to get into your carburetor,It could lead to unexpected repairs like this.One of the nine ingredients in today't Super Shell fights gum to give you top per f ormmus.

I II Mrs. F. B. Davis and children -
Mr. and Mrs. Enos Skinnerof I E. Ratliff. AMS 1-pl of Graham attended the

Cocoa visited here Sunday U. S. A. VW-1, and wife Malloy-Davis wedding in Wal-
; MANN'SShell last week with her I Jean, daughter Janett, and .
mother do on November 22.
; ;
Mrs. Mamie Mead. son Walter Jr., have returned ; I,
Service Curtis Dowling has returned 'd' : {r.
... Mrs. E. H. Shaefer returnedto home after 2 1-2 years in home after spending ,two : ;, ANCIENT HIS.TORY: : ,

435 E. :Madison New York City on Saturdaylast Agana Guam. After their weeks in Coffee Springs, Ala. ; ., .. .. W3 'S.
week after several weeks' visit here with their parents, .
Lj: : Starke, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. SparksMANN'S ,: "


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