Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 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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Three Bradford High School 'middle of the engine. improving with a fractured when I saw them," she said, I medical center. _- ,w- r'I .

students are improving from Injured' were Barbara Jean right thigh, a deep cut on his "The car never slacked its According to Trooper Fowler _

Injuries ,received in a car- Griffis, 14, who is listed in scalp, and possible internal speed." the car' hit the engine

train accident Monday nightin i fair to critical condition; ; injures. j Rushing into action immedi- head-on, but the train's motion S Y 4t

which their school-mate, I II I Tommy Cason 17, listed in The McGee girl, still in a! ately after heanng me impact swung the auto to the ..Ora

16-year-old. Ke'nyth Doyle I good condition: and improv- state of shock Wednesday Mrs. Brannen called west turning it around and :.t. -.c-f
Kelly was killed. ing, and Cornelia McGee, 16, afternoon, according to Fowler authorities and the elder hooking the back bumper. +

The 1953 Ford in which listed In good condition: at the is suffering irom a broken Hornsby rushed to the scene, With the back bumper hung Kelly Griffisof a '

the ,four students were riding Bradford County Hospital.The nose and right, ankle and meeting the McGee girl on onto the engine the automo- the crash to get Cornelia T E iF

crashed int.o'a local Seaboard former two were hospitalized sprained knees. Immediately the way. 'bile was slung 29 feet from McGee's coat from a church _

Airline train 1.8 miles' south at the University after the wreck at approximately Getting in his car Hornsby the point of impact to the bus at Lee's home. $ '

of Starke where the track Medical Center in Gainesville. 7:45: Monday night, I turned his headlights,'on the ditch, Fowler said. The car's A group from Boatdrain .. S: a __ -fF.s ,-

crosses the Griffis Loop on The Griffis girl was in December 4, she walked to scene. The car was in the speed was estimated at approximately Baptist Church, on Griffis

its way to Camp Blanding critical condition when ad- the Hornsby house to summon ditch some 29 feet from the ,, 45 mph with the Loop had started to the _

and DuPont. According to mitted to the hospital Mon- help.But point of impact with the two train going. slower, about 20 Starke church in Lee's bus,

Trooper L. N. Fowler of the day night with a fractured I the Hornsoy family already boys having been thrown out. mph. but had switched to cars because -

Florida Highway Patrol the skull, bruises on her right I I I knew of thet'reck, Kelly was killed instantly The girls had gotten into of the smallness of the

youngsters'' probably didn'tsee side! and possible chest in- since Miriam Hornsby Bran- from head injuries, witnessessaid the car with ,the boys at the group.

the train at the crossing juries. Since then she has nen, watching ieievision m but the others were con-. First Baptist Church in The four were returning to fl dye tiw

Just 500 feet from the home : shown slight improvement Dr. her living rom, saw the car: scious. They were rushed to Starke, 'where they had been Starke when the accident occurred 4=--'-- -.--- 'H. '__"__.__'._'___ -.----.-.-.- --
of Russell Hornsby, since the' Pete G. Felos Starke physician and train collide from a win- the Bradford County Hospital attending services. From there at 7:45: p. m. .

skid marks' showed that reported Wednesday dow in the Hornsby home, just where they were examined by they went to the Gnus Loopto : The Kelly boy's parents are'" Demolished Car That Struck Train ,

I. brakes were not.applied until afternoon. Cason. thought to. 500 feet from the scene. "I Dr. Felos, who sent Cason and I the home of J.-A. Lee just Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. I

18 feet before they hit the be the driver of the car is knew it was going to be close the Griffis girl on to the .3 of a mile from the scene Kelly of Starke. Register SaysBowl


T o Be Year's Toughest"They'll

Official County Publication Established In 1879

probably be the Including three boys who The Cadets run from several ,
VOLUME EIGHTY-THREE STARKE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY DEC. 7, 1961 NUMBER TWENTY-THREE best offensive team we've made Jacksonville's All-City offenses including the shot-

-- faced this year, a lot tougher team, halfback Billy Johnson, gun and the single wing, In
than Lake City," was Coach guard Ray Solomon and
I both of which the quarter
Merchants Give $ $ $ $ City Board Lennard Registers comment I I guard Ray Dorman who made back receives the ball in a direct -

on Bolles Cadets who will face second team All-City on de- snap from center while

the Tornadoes in the annual fense. Johnson is Jackson- standing back from the line

Santa Due Sets charity Stra'rtJerry Bowl con- ville's high scorer with 15 of scrimmage, lining up much

: ls% 1. ,0 :. ., Policies test this Saturday night, De- TD's and 91 points the same as a halfback. In

**> .. ?H&i I _'1 t.41r t i tt4Si" ,"-' The blue and orange Cadets Cadets will be Gerry Widegren Cadets run a lot of passes,
On Sick LeaveA have much the same team of Keystone Heights who both halfbacks are flankedout

Nite 1r # t this year as they had last played his junior varsity ball wide.

Friday I > s when they all but ruined the at Starke. A halfback almostas "They like to run out wide
*r5S &gV.4P program for city of Starke Tornadoes' first undefeated dangerous as Johnson will
and our biggest job will be
employees to accumulate 60 season in history in last year'sfinal be Chip Travis who is fast

A gala evening is promised by Starke merchants h."E.w feSBK days of sick leave over a per- regular game when and also likes .to roll out to holding them inside," Regis-

iod of five years was approvedby Starke edged them 1918. ,the right and throw a half ter said. Both Travis and
Friday night with Santa's arrival,, band music, a e .
the city council at a meet This year with a 7-3 record back pass, which fans will Johnson are very fast and are
colorful parade and "Silver Dollar Late Show" of
a ing Tuesday night. if the
the Cadets have 11 seniorsin undoubtedly see Saturday dangerous they outside
value being the featured attractions for those who The new program gives em- a seasoned starting line-up night. ends he said.
visit the business district between 7 and 9 ployees 12 days of sick leave .
p.m. -
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Santa is scheduled to arrive per year or one day per month.
at 7, aboard the fire down Temple Avenue to Call Sick leave policies of the city

truck, with a generous supplyof Street, thence east to Cherry'St. a-,,v LIfT rt came under fire at the Nov.
., south to Madison, and ill
candy for the children. Also r s 20 council meeting from i 1S
featured In the parade will be west to Court St. where the $ Mayor Randal Chitty'and Councilman .
Christmas concert will be __
Bowl Carl Lamar Johns who
Strawberry Queen can-

didates, the BHS Band, Bradford ,- held.All P ,j-MI termed old policies unfair.
1 County Sheriff's. Posse, persons in Starke and Until the change in policy

and Congressman Billy Mat- surrounding trade area are r Tuesday night city employeeswere .,.

thews, 'who will emcee the cordially Invited to come out w, entitled to 11 days of sick .
queen talent contest later and enjoy this festive evening leave per year which could not

that night. : sponsored by, the Starke Retail be accumulated if not used E3 x _

More than 20 cooperatingstores Merchants Association.. during_ the year. An employee Hq A '
Bowl Contestants To VieShown 8i
-are featuring special Berry Queen also had to be ill three days yy '

i i;"''lAteShbw'rvalues to be sold before he could receive pay '
r Only during the hours of 7, to ,City( ChangesChannels I under the old policy.
above are 11 of 24 I r Pellum, Local Finance Co.; Cookie Mathews. Bradford I

9 attraction p. m. Friday.they are As offering an added girls Strawberry who' aspire Bowl to Queen become In Jackie, Bales, Denmark. Furn- Fuel Oil Association; [third I The Mayor new Chitty program, c contains proposedby no All Four:Area Tornadoes To Face BollesWayne I

: On ] Pam
row Parker, Dave Paulk
"Shower of Silver Dollars" to iture Company; Susan Slade, such stipulation. Under the .
competition to be held in the Construction
Co. Bobbie
; Faye
shoppers'who visit their stores Bradford High Auditorium Rotary Club; Sandra Solano, Smith, Business and Professi- new program it is left to the These four Tornado footballers Mike Darby, second team, and McRae, guard Art

during the. two-hour period. I this Thursday and Friday Qlamo Ree Stylists; [second onal Women's Club [back various city job foremen to .won first places on the quarterback- Irwin Martin Holliday, center Gary Kouba,

Each cooperating store will Loan RequestStarke's nights. The girls and their row] Patty Kay Lyon,. North row] Linda Huggins,; Slade determine whether or not sick first: and:second All-Area grid and',end Hallie Seymcur, first and halfback Marty Starling.
set an alarm clock to go off leave claims are legitimate. Players receiving honorable
Florida Inc. Sandra
businesses are Supply, ;
sponsoring Gas
Company Geraldine
and team-
last week by
Chitty fought the old teams picked .
at intervals between 7 and 9 City Council decided policieson mentions
[first row, 1-rlt CarolynIn Shealy, BHS Student Council; Gay Starke were-Buster Hughes,
Every"time the alarm Builders. Supply.205traighYWins the grounds that it was inviting the Gainesville Daily ,Sun. Four Tornadoes also were
p. m. : Tuesday night to go ------ --- Kenny Terrell, Jack McComb,

sounds,,a silver dollar will' be through a different govern- employees to use their From left-to-right: ,halfback 'placed on' the third All-Area Johnny Lee, and sophomoreTom

given to. the first person (16 ment agency to apply for a sick leave each year since they f. John Reddish and guard team. They were end De- Gardner.
year or over, who touches loan to finance the sewer would lose it anyway J

the cash register in the store. project on U. S. 301 south 2ndl whether they used it or not. May Require Permits
Cooperating' stores who will and to modernize the city's Tornadoes End Councilman Johns said it was i MM M MMB M WBM* Incumbents

be giving away silver dollars entire sewer system. also unfair for a man to have Decides To Investigate
Friday night are: Robbins, City Clerk Merrill Edwardswas to take three days leave to

Stump's, uw rthy'!, Bull- advised by the city's new avoid payroll deductions.The Are ReinstatedIn

ington', I Eagle's, Bottom engineering firm. B. M Tan- mayor contends that if Operation Of Dishonest Firms

Dollar, Koch's, Denmark's. ner and Associates of Mel- employees are allowed to ac

North Florida Supply, Gay's bourne, to apply fur the loan, Undefeated Season cumulate sick leave against Concerned over increasing the successful conclusion of Lawtey Vote

+' Home Appliances, Gem Jewelry with the Community Faculties future need they will be more reports of property owners loS- right of way negotiations on

Leila's, Alvarez Store: Planning Program_ ____.n. which__n____ will_____I careful about how they use ing their homes by forclosure the Dedan Church road and
Barksdale's, Biaae Gas uo., ,save approximately 30 daysIn it. Many people go for as'a result of being gyped by, said 'that deeds to all parcels Lawtey voters favored all
shutting out Lake City were thwarted at turn. Displaying the same cool-
Canova'i Pharmacy, Andrews j time. The city is being every years without getting sick, unscrupulous firms dealing in were now 'in hand., On Road I Incumbents and endorsed
last Friday night Coach LenRegister's They were held to two first headed alertness he has shown
Drugs, Winkler Electric, Williams pressed to hurry through the Chitty said, but all at once may repairs or shell construction, the 225-A, 'west of Lawtey, all three out of four proposed<
Tornado footballers downs and 54 rushingfor all season Martin took no un-
i yards
Jewelry, and Bradford loan by the fact that the best be laid up for months at a Bradford County Commission,' deeds have been secured but I charter changes in the annual
wound their first perfect the first half of the necessary chances with the
County Telegraph.Shoppers time to do the 301 project is up game. time.Upon meeting here last Friday, mov- one borrow pit easement, and city election held Tuesday.
season in history, beat the Over-all statistics show that damp pigskin. Usually a prolific :
are urged to visit before the road is hard surfaced request of Police Chief ed to investigate the possibility this will come through in the Mayor Charles R. Shuford
Tigers for the first time ever, the Tornadoes outrushed ,the passer Martin took to the
all stores during the two-hour William E. Rosser for clarification of requiring permits for near future Landrum said. The was elected for his tenth term. I
and scored what is to 232 to 129 out air only four times, but had
thought Tigers yards ,
fast when of vacation policies the State Road will trj With 130 votes he
interval and move The State Road Depart- such operations in the county. Department polled
the alarm clock toes off. ment has already begun: be the team's first field goal passed them 50 yards to nine, three completions which kept board said that an employeeis If. the plan is adopted, appli- to receive bids on both roadsat more than the' combined totals I
in and 13 first downs to' the the Tigers off balance all EI I
history. got
So that no one need go clearing buildings from the entitled. one week's vacation cants would be thoroughly in- its January letting, Landrum of his two opponents, M
hungry while shopping and path the road will take The victory gave the Tornadoes Tigers' nine. night. after a full year at work vestigated before being cleared reported ,. Turner, 49, and W. P.

viewing the parade Friday through Starke. Work on the a perfect 10-0-0 record Though he scored only one Halfback Marty Starling, and two weeks for each year for a permit. The board instructed Clerk Kemp, 31.Incumbent.
for the season's and lift- touchdown Irwin running around, over, and -
play Quarterback
night hot dogs and Cokes road''t expected to begin at thereafter. Commissioner{ Jerome Johns Chas. A. Darby to write Con-. Marshal SumterD.
the business ed the team to new heights, a Martin proved to be the through'wouldbe tacklers as stable R. M. Jr. of Dist' .
will be available in an early date. will confer with Howard Wat- Hersey Harley likewise scored a
district ,at a special The Community Facilities shade better, even, than lastyear's Tornadoes' big gun. The crafty he has done all season set up Grand Jury Called son, administrative assistant to 8,! telling. him that if he is to resounding victory over three
record of 10 wins, no signal caller gained 82 yardsIn that initial Tornado TD witha :
combination price of a dime. Planning Program Is a branchof be active in law enforcement, I opponents. The tally was Harley
losses, and one tie. They will 14 tries for a high average nine yard sprint around his For Addison Commission
South Court he' will him to
The block of the Housing and Home county expect 112; Mitchell Brown,. 55; I
Street, between' Call andMadison Finance Agency In Atlanta, get their. chances Saturday to of 5.86 yards per carry. He left end after. two downs had And AccompliceA chua County followed in: setting wear,a uniform and use a marked I D. E. Boatright 32; and Carl I

will be roped oft Georgia, which has held the better even that record when also kept the Tigers defense I netted only three'yards.Bad up'permit regulations. No !%t.- ,It was pointed out, athe Vanzant, 14.Incumbent. :

and after the parade the city's application since July of they meet Bolles of, Jacksonville almost completely crossed and,. 2nd Quarter Duval County grand jury one at Friday's meeting seem-. ,.meeting,., that the county Clerk Ethel D.
the'annual StrawberryBowl aided by some ,of the best Second quarter play was
set there to play this not the has.no authority to use compulsion
band win up year. ed sure whether or
Reddish with
Contest by the lost far as the Tornadoeswere has been called to meet a high-scoring
sponsored blocking Tornado linemen as on
'In this matter. It was reported -
Christmas mu.slc.The Amount of this loan will be county, under existing law 156 votes overher
parade will form near determined. us! coon as_! ,Tanner... Elks.Club. have done this year, always concerned as both teams December 15 to consider evi- had the authority to, set up to the board that there won decisively
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opponent, Mrs. Bennie
the school at 6:45: proceed the engineer, completes his I What Coach Register expected came up with key plays for developed, fumble-ltis. Regis- dence in the murder case such requirements. County.Attorney lad' been some complaints [Johnnie Turner
Ray with
to be a "good" season needed yardage. (Continued on Page Six) ,
of the city said ,it about, Hersey' activities whilenot
survey sewer sys- against DeWitt Addison of T. F. Landrum 34. .
has turned out to be great
tem. Besides the 301 project, a Lake Butler might require special legisla- wearing uniform.
Rudolph J.
the sewage disposal plant one. With only two starters tion. .,At the ,request of H. V. Incumbent CouncilmenDave

STRAWBERRYBOWL needs enlarging along with returning from last year's un- Pavlas of Miami.. Both men Chamber of Commerce Secretary Knight, the board,voted to donate Shuford and Earl Tes-

several trunk lines which are defeated squad Register said '... ........\ .. are charged with first degree Robert Mclntire asked l .4500 toward a joint Wom ton retained their seats with

overloaded. he hardly expected to ,match, for, the .board's cooperation ,in, an's Club-State Road. Department 100 and 101. votes respectively.
-:.. murder in the fatal shooting .. :
much less better, his 1960 rec- 1-; industrial I proJect'for beautifying Third"council place went to
Council also has signed a ', of State Trooper Edwin J. the clearing of an ;
It C.
SAT., DEC.- formal contract with the Mel ord.But it took the 1961 editionof ) :; Gasque in Duval County \on park and was assured that the: U. S. ,,301 north. Although funds the this Kelly division, who led the with ticketin 118
October 26. Commission would assist wit]I board -had budgeted no
'..8:00 P3LBHS bourne firm. the Tornadoes just 12 plays __ _: :L- the for beautification, it was agreed votes. Joan Phillips, first woman .
The project.
slaying set off of
Post Office Driveway "' one
and 6 minutes, 53 seconds toprove ; that $500 budgeted for the purchase to seek a Lawtey council
vas Bolles Jack Mar of the ;firm< of : to local fans that they .."... : .'...'.,.,. the largest manhunts' in Flor( Jlclntire also called attentionto I, -of right ofway.. would post, polled 71, while Paul
.. ''' .. da history and ended with the the need for county zoningregulations.to' .
Moore .nd- of Gainesville : .
May were not going to accept being : .. = .1.".. not be .used, and could be diverted Dinkins trailed with 69.
Sponsored :By appeared to explain the General second best. Halfback Bill ; .II: ; \ : ". capture: of the pair on No- :insure:an, orderly to beautification.The All proposed charter changesagreed
Service Admlnstration'splans "Y'/!! ; : 3" vember 3 at Dawson, Ga. growth of ,industrial and residential -
Jackson started. that first .. -The'. Commission also I
'" t: were approved except the one
.RP.O.ELKSCwwawky for, .a .driveway en the TD drive with a' '10 :. : .: Ji..V Since then Addison and Pav- areas and to proven"auto t 01:f:
Tornado ; promotion permitting of
; :). ... and othei to use. $100 for : appointment a
: > las have been held in Duval junk .yards"
south side of the office tunrand ?' : .
post r ended Bow!i I
yard kick-off .. : "' the annual Strawberry Marshal'by the Mayor with
'. .el1. ;, eyesores from springing fo)
County jail without bond.
and adjacent to a. buDding I It 70 yards later with a five :';'::.. ,'. 'fir. 40. football consent of Council. Lawtey
> "i ;0 game.
owjaed by Mrs.Florence Brownon yard sprint into the Tigers ,, ,..:._. "- .- .".......-....; 1.-. ., .. :,:;" :.P4'. .> ..:.. .Cz-.r' .. .the Gasque heart was with shot a rifle through bullet ty.the detriment He suggested,of other that proper thcuunty's <" .Commissioner Russell Greet I voters still prefer to elect
Walnut Street .
said -
May end Quarterback Irwin --" .:-e--. : : equip their
:si. e .'Ceptrihut. zone. zoning laws ft requested .use of county Marshal, and rejected
he present
as entered thick woods ,
the curbing, which the council kicked ,
Martin .who has 27 meat .to dig three waterholwhi .this proposal- 105 to 52..
.. ._... ... near Baldwin in pursuit of ttrengthened Incorporate i L
Weeli'1y ".t9 1'&WkIH has felt encroaches .on out, of 32 extra Points'' this the Brooker area in.ezcbaugfor e -
Mrs. Brown's property, will season, added the point after Quarterback Irwin:Martin Is shown late inthe, .third period two.men. who had disarmed- a requirement to be obtained for building, for .'construction permits :,-_ the dirt excavated. T!v Amendment term of office changingMayor's from

Brtete.VfTfee ; be slanted'down* to'thepaveBwat and Starke went ahead 7=::0 to crashing ;across f for tail re's second touchdown from a yard Duval earlier in County the patrolman outside the city Um. work would 'be on the proper y r one year to two years and

.: and ;.win> reach off;to, tame the Tiger early in 'the 'out against Lake City's Tigers. Three 'nnidentified d Tornado Police day: its. Without the building per_ of Howard' H. Mott, Care I fixing his! maTlmnm annual
,,Community_ the edge'of the. proper r:; : could ..their report 'that both i Brown, and Mr. Lester, he said.
take oat "tbe.Ias&-Tlrer-tha& have-given b
teet.'C players men have signed statements I rait requirement, it would compensation at $300 was ap
Members 'of ex. quarterback any trouble. The lake City player on the left implicating themselves-in the impossible to enfore rope: Chairman Carl Prevail, proved 97-61.

"" --'NT...E t pWfld"to, 'Jlfty toftttiMf. ,..4 .of: ;ilafeuawed > City.ye1Y' "cooH'not*i t.off tliegrooBd' 'fast"enocgti to-catch-the-'speedy ;slaying. Both have extensive zoning, he said. .rl while! not opposing the worlOn [ Likewise endorsed [95 to 57]

.. were interested oely- In-. jl ,to being treated ,Iriart n. criminal records. Attorney Idrgn. reports .ICentinned( Page Six Coasia&ed On rage Six.q. ]
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,s .. L. D. Green: Home berries, was used to serve the I aural-lingual language 'approach -with them. The only article I

: Scene Of children. which is aimed at developing saved were the clothes th-y
. .. Family Assisting in serving and. speaking ability. were wearing at .the time
.j Open House caring for the guests were Materials recently approved
: l. of clothing, furniture
:: i Mrs. C. D. Williams Mrs. by the National Office of Edu- Items

/ ': X,.., 'iJ) a ''' Mrs.. L.,D. Oreen entertained Irene Johns Mrs. Willard Pass,. cation will be approved.The and other. household articles
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.. !' 5 4 '. and Mrs. Inman Green. class three
", at "open house" for rela- will be limited to needed. They have sons.
.. GLADYS... M00TT. PHOVE;.994-0851. ... .'.:';$.t"" I .. .. .. ,. ; -.1" '' ,' : '- tives Sunday afternoon from:: Among the 50 guests,' those I a maximum of 20 members j. aged 10, 5, and 12 months,
.''. !, ?::30 to o'c1OC(41 honor of from out-of-town were: Mr. Interested adults may contact and two daughters aged 4
: Mr: and Mrs. John Sillier of I Alph Hazen of Orlando was ; Mr Green's birthday anni and Mrs. Marvin Johns and the Adult Education Directorat and 2.The.

. Holly Hill spent the weekend visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. P. 'H_ ... versary. daughters of Jacksonville; the USO office or write Reddish home was located .
: with their parents, Mr. .and i Hazen on Sunday: Mrs. Victoria Harell of Coral Box 1190, Starke. : near the Bayless. Hiwa.:
Arrangements of camelias,
Mrs. E.. li. Matthews' and Mr: Mrj. Gladys McRae of Solano Parker Brokas Hall Schaeffer Gables Mrs. Irene Johns of A registration fee of $2 for' Baptist Church.
: and Mrs.' 8Mi, : Miller. Gainesville was visiting" her chrysanthemums and potted Green Cove. Springs and Mr. the course will be charged. Persons who wish to contribute -
Mr. 'and Mrs. J. P Dill were sister, lfr George Huggins, plants were used decorating and Mrs. W. M. Wimberly of needed ,articles may
: in Statesboro,' Ga. last week Tuesday. 24 Girls Competing For Bowl QueenIn for the occasion. The tea Bartow.Russian. Help Asked leave them at the following
table in the dining room was
: '
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mrs: M. W. Lance spent the places: Morgan's Barber &
Hendrix' Jr. arid sons- past two weeks in Inverness covered with an Italian cut- CourseIs For Family Beauty Shop, Amanda Crosby
Mrs. Henry Stefanelll and< I daughter Elissa were )yisltlhg Sheriff arid:Mr*. B; It. Qulriri with a beautifully deco- Offered That Lost Home Store or Harvey Mc
: Mr--and Mrs:.Albert Stefaneffl and hew.baby son Richard. rated birthday cake flankedby Carthy's Garage at Heilbronn,
U in Jacksonville on sat rila,. Lance .QuirmMrs. judging of the court will be presented at the Lyons Sally Ann Epperson crystal candle holders with Registrations are now being Friends and neighbors are and Oscar Carter's Grocery
: Col.. and Mrs.. J: A. Griffin Bertha Fuller and Mrs.E. 24 candidates for Queen of Strawberry Bowl game Satur- Jackie Bales,. Geraldine Gay. burning white tapers. Mrs. A. accepted for a Russian }language asking for help for the west of Lawtey.
attended the'75th anniversary .' A. Rowton and children the Strawberry Bowl will get day night.. Sue Broadway Carolyn F. Sauls poured coffee from a course scheduled to start Marshburn Reddish family
: of the'Medulla Baptist Church ef Tallahassee spent the underway in the BHS auditorium New entries in the contest 'Pellum, Sandra Shealey Beth silver service at one end of Monday Jan. 8, according to who lost their home and all Teen Time Open
in Lakeland on Sunday: They weekend with Mr. and. Mrs.X91' t tonight [Thursday] at this week include: Martin Susan- Blade": Linda the table and Mrs. Henrietta an announcement by L. H. possessions in a fire early
Cookie 'Mathews. i Hunt presided at the punch Gibson, Adult Program director Monday night. After Ball GameDue
: "visited relatives' there ovfefthe Graham:: 7 o'clock. Pamela Sue Parker daughter Wasdin
of Bobbie smith Patricia: : bowl at the other end. Trays No one was at home when
weekend.. Mrs. B. R. pay of Hartford Contestants will be judged of Mrs. Jack Parker Faye ,
'Mrs. Dave I Solomon, Jacksonville J':' and compotes held dainty The new class will meet the fire started and it was to The Strawberry Bowl
: E. L, Cox and Misses Wls.. t is. 'R: 'E. Mathews fkeland. tonight 'hi bathing suits and Starke. sponsored by KafeHarriett.
Rosa and Edith Moore; -were ]L ,.r.ns.B. C.' Peddy of also on talent including Paulk Construction Co. She Palalka; Winn sandwiches, individual cake from 7:30: to 9:30: p. m. each not discovered in time to game this Saturday night.
: visiting I friends inJacksonyiileon : Miami and Mrs. R. A. New-; dancing_ singing, twirling, is a student at BHS and will. Knight Gainesville; Sandra squares. ; nuts, and mints Monday and will be under the save anything. Mr. and Mrs. Teen Time will not open until
Saturday and"will"visit some of Stare were Saturday speaking and piano playing: I. do a humorous skit as her Ann Smith, Gainesville l :: JjSn'ey A 1 tefreshmenl table set up direction of Mrs. Isabel Fernandez Reddish were out delivering 10 o'clock.at the USO building.The .
: friends in Lakeland on Friday -. evening dinner guests of Ten 'semi-finalists will be talent. Love aiinbfllle"l ; nd. ..Mar-; in th jai centred\ with an Simpson. The teaching milk for the Reddish Dairy Program will be open' to

Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. selected' i in the first Uii lna- Sandra Solano, daughter of cia Dean Dillon, Macclenny.. ., arrangement of pyracantha. . methods will follow the new I and had their five children all members until. 11:30.OPEN : .
: Mr and Mrs..W. M. Wimber- Mrs. Merrill Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Solano, ,;, r.- -'- '--- .

ly of Bartow were vifttlhl song; and 'Mrs. Katie Howard tionThe contest will reach the ., sponsored. by'Glamoree hairStylist. ,. --, \ relatives here on Sunday.and spent Wednesday with Mr. and final stage Friday night when : Her talent is singing.
Monday. Mrs. James Kinchen and the ten semi-finalists and I Reba Hall daughter bf Mr.
SR Archie Green will arrive family in Jacksonville.ilr. judges will be honored at a ana I Mrs. Henry Hill of Key-
home Sunday ,frond the Naval i and Mrs. d. Sam Roweof buffet supper given by the stone.! Heights, sponsored? by 'it\ r '
j-Base. In San Diego Calif,, for( Newton N. C. were overnight Junior Woman's Club, spon- Belote's Drug Store.. She was YSANTAs TILL'Your
two weeks leave. guests last Friday of sors of the Queen contest. At recently crowned Homecoming Sloe. ,
".. Mrs. R; N. White of Plant Mrs. J; H.. Fields. this time the judges will havea Queen of the Keystone I Friendly y; ,. 9 P. M.
City was a weekend guest of "Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Green chance.to meet and talk to I' Heights School.
Mr.. and .Mrs. W. J. Eppers n. Jr. bf Raleigh, N. C. were each of the ten girls and rite Dianne Brokas.daughter of GIFT FRI.
.*. ,Mrs. ". W. Anderson 'arid. .visiting her parents Mr. and them on personality and poise. Mr. and. Mrs. Alex Brokas 'of r HEADQUARTERS
2 Mrs. Mary Lappe drOVe. to Mrs. Owen Vaughn from Friday Congressman Billy Matthews Keystone Heights .sponsored .
.. Cocea over.the'weekend where to"Tuesday. will serve as Master of by the Keystone Washeteria.
Airs.. ,Anderson visited'Mr: and Mr. and Mrs. Don Neal and Ceremonies Friday night. She was Homecoming Queen (
? Mra. John AIderson'and Mr: family were Sunday evening The' ten !semi-finalists will attendant representing the' SIFTS HER
** and Mrs. .Edward ..Schwab.. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. also participate i in the Santa Junior Class of KHS. M 'S DRESS $ :SPORT SHIRTS
Mrs. Lappe was visiting Mrs::'Frank Hemmingway Jr. in Claus parade at 7 p. m. Friday Mary Ann Schaeffer.. BEAUTIFUL s -
w Eva Ford at 'Merritt Island. Jacksonville.Mr. night. After the parade, they daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. a Gt.RJ
:: John Anderson was confined and Mrs. D. S. Wescottof will again compete in talent George Schaeffer of Keystone ,,;" '

in Wuesthoff Memorial HOspital Tampa were weekend guestsof and answer "fish bowl" questions Heights, sponsored by McKay' By thiss'Elaine ... .i
.1. with: a badly mangled Sen. arid Mrs. Charley to select the top three : Real Estate. She was cheer- 3 Quilted All Nylon W1 \ .
foot received in a boatiilg' Johns. : leader captain during the
ntishaf.R Mrs. Ethel Hess is confinedin contenders. 1961 football season at KHS. ft pt.JSTER? .!
Bradford County Hospital After the judges' final decision i By Sedgefield
In addition to these new en- ; .
aLTii with a back: Injury received in the new StrawberryBowl
w tries, the following candidateshad $1095 If REG. $2.98
: I 'I a fall at her home last Sun Queen will be crownedat previously entered the -.- $2.98'S

i day.Ernest the close of the finals Fri- competition: .L AI;

; F1orid Dowling of Jackson- day'night. The Queen and her I Linda Muggins Patty Kay Opaque Nylon Tricot ,
ville was a weekend visitor of '

a; his sister Mrs. W.. .E. -Middle- Mrs. W. G. Stringfellow Madison Baptist DUSTER :RQBE .
I ton. spent the past two weeks with AND MATCH tATE Co .. :
:Mrs. Horace Tolbert of Lake her daughters, Mrs R. A. Youths Schedule '

City spent. thee. weekend with Barkley in Jacksonville, and Saturday Hayride. :JPAJAM S $ S
; Mr. and,Mrs. David Montgomery. Mrs. George Manassa in 11 _
Theatre .1 With' elassu Beauty :T
Green Cove 'Springs.Mr. c'
The Intermediate Training : t (
.... .Sen. and Mrs. .,Charley and Mrs. Lloyd McLeanof Union class of the Madison '.. ; : 1' /, SET . $.1 .9f) 2 For $500
Johns will "
.. be to_New.brleahs, Green Cove Springs were '
Street Baptist Church enjoyed
SAT, ,DEC. ,9E La. ;frdm Friday to:niurtda7 last Thursday visitors of Mr.. evening : .., Other Lovelyi
hayride Saturday
where Sen. Johns will attend and Mrs A. Q. Smith. J '_ 8c. I Miss Elaine J"J
from the Church to the JackSiemer
E Double. Feature Program the' annual :ine tlni of the Mr.. and Mrs. Garl Mathews home"on Kingslej I \ Lingerie f

.t. .1st. ;feature: 'Board of ::Managers 6f the spent Sunday at the 'Neptune J I If.t. .. Men's Quality Underwear I
, CounciLcf State'Government. Jacksonville, and TAtJaatic Lake.When ,
they arrived at the I '

y .>KOA have'Mr.had and as-Mrs.H.visitors A.Mr Lawson: and -Beaches'MrS.B.with R. Day relatives.of Hartford" Siemers the 24 young folk enjoyed II 7i "F utTF ; Shorts & Undershirts :
weiner roast. '
Mrs. Lowell t bf a ; ,:!
.' v y Lawson of Au- Wis., Mrs. B. C. Peddy Chaperoning ,the group were Nylon < i i jOur 'l \ ;:.
2nd. Feature burndale on Saturday and Miami, .and Mrs. R. F. Mat- Mr. and Mrs. FreemanRegister Regular 69c Each I

Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Jordanof hews of Lakeland were week- Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. First Sizes 28 to 44; 26 to 46 !. +.:tft\j ;
: Quality S
A LAS Lakewood N. J. Monday end guests of their sister ti f ; -.
Ed(. Lawson. : A
.evening. Mrs. R. A. Newsom. New Fall Shades {:

;!"*f ,Cartoon. ... : day Mrs.night Guy visiting Sale spent her daughter. Tues-- Fernandina Mr. and Mrs.Beach C. P. Tison were of day Junius for three Smith weeks left Wednes-vacation I Reg. 89c Pair r 2 For $$1 00i, >

Miss Linda Kay Sale at weekend of Airs. O. j SELF SEAM :
From 'ilare to Heir > in Washington D. C., Vir,I ,

.... ,_. ,' .. ... .FSU HALLMARK in Tallahassee.Christmas Cards. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kin- ginia'and points of interest in' 3pr. $ 00SEAlILESS .
Northeast. & j
a ... Bat: assortments: Religious, caid.Mrs.. J. B. Bakken Jr. Is Miss, Carolyn I Rogers of U. .
SUN. thru WED. General and Business. Boys Sport Shirts
Names confined in Bradford .County
of F., :Mr. and Mrs. Olin j G :
DEC.I01hru.13Cartoon; individually Hand stamped. Hospital for back treatments: I ,
4 Graves. L. C. Smith, and Miss 2 pr., $ 19
Quick service at 1 : z
BULLINQTON'S. 'Rev. and Mrs. W. N. Duna- :
Alta Smith .of Daytona Be'ach. A Sports Car Fashion
[TF] Slim or regulars All I
Y gan and daughters of Funs- visited. their mother and sis r By ROB ROY
Mrs.. Ella Haislop and ton Ga. have purchased the ter, Mrs. Henry Rogers, on I Seamless Stretch Silk or Dacron
FI ES1 granddaughter. Judy; Mrs- F. D. Ottmker home .at 1211 is "I Sizes 2 to 10
Sunday. Mrs. Rogers a pa- 'pr: $ 98
Inez Kelly Wallace: Griggs, Bradford street. Saratoga tient in Bradford County Hospital. 2 | The finest in Wash'nWear_ I
,I v1f and Mrs. James Starling..and Heights, and plan to move $J50 1- & $$250STRETCH Printed broadcloth and Ginghams

children of Starke. and Rev. there this week. Rev. Duna- 'Mrs. John A. Torode returned .
.9 and Mrs. Alton Dobbs of gan is the new minister for Wednesday from stVIncent.s \
Jacksonville were in Tampa the Madison Street Baptist
where she -
Hospital I
over the Thanksgiving week Church.Mr. underwent surgery last week. BANLON l 1i S $;198, To( $$398
end, visiting Mr. and Mrs. t
and Mrs. Stanley Noe- Mrs. D. M. Heath of Fort SLIPS '
"" Claude Moore and Mr. and gel and family were at Vero Lauderdale is spending the SOCKS -, ; .
Mrs. Donald Kelly. The occasion Beach over the weekend visit- latter 'part of. the week wlth-
aPhW, iY' was Mrs. Haislop's ing Mrs. Noegel's mother her parents Mr. and; Mrs. J. Nylon Tricot FOR ,MENASSORTED WASH'N WEAR

birthday anniversary which Mrs. J. S. Harbin. S.,Sapp and family. Shadow Panel COLORS FLANNELLate
J fell on Thanksgiving day. Mrs 'Junlus Smith, is in POLAROID D Electric: Eye t : Trim e
: Mr. and Mrs. :Byron New- Joli t. Ill this week taking Cameras. Projectors' Tape Re- 79c \
comb-of Waycross Ga. spent a managerial course at the corders, ete. at BULLING- SPORT SHIRTS
Down. and :Outing
Thursday'to Sunday with Mr. 'American Institute of Laun- TON'S tf :
and Mrs. G- S. Newcomb.Dr. 'd ries. TY 1'1'1 1 2 PR. $$100 FOR BOYS.
H. H. Adams was in Mr.. and Mrs. Mack Futch THE RIGHT POINT for the I i
THURS., &, FRI. Riverside Hospital the first attended the State Attorneys way you write. Come In and >B First Quality-Cut With .

DEC. 14 & 15 of the week for observation meeting in Ocala last Friday !I, select your favorite ESTER--' OTHERS .TO .$4.98 Double YokeSizes'I I
and treatment.Mrs BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- .
and Saturday. MENSHandkerchiefs
Double Feature Program1st. 6 to 16
I : M H. Lang has sold I .
., Feature her home at 1105:W. Madison : Our Regular $1.19
Street to Mr. and Mrs R. ; Announcing
WOMEN% Bethea of N. Water GIRLS Christmas
Mrs. Lang Is staying with 'Jj The.opening of',New Addition At Special

brother-lir-law and sister ',SKIRTS lO FOR $$100',1 One Flat $,,100 ;
and Mrs Paul Raymond, until
FROM HELL I Dollar :
after the holidays. 1Meatbd
Island Sandwich Shop
Mrs. L. D. 'Green Wrs. C.1 [ .Corduroy
D. Williams
and Mrs. D. J.
2nd FeaturePURPLE I
Clark visited relatives in I Specializing In I by HER.MAJESTY LINGERIE
,Mayo l last Friday,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Green I "Jeahnie"Sizes FOR GIRLS '
HILLS and Mrs.J.. H: Fields visited I 20c Hamburgers 20c 1 GIFT I SETS
7 to 14
> Charlie Powell In the VA 'I'I BOUFFANT PETTICOAT

Cartoon: hospital at Lake .City last .SIZES 4 to '14 $3.00 # By Cannon and Dundee
6 For $1.00: Take Out Regular $3.98 ,
Goodie the Gremlin Sunday. ; I to -

Jerome,Johns was in 'Ocala' Also Christmas is For TOWEL SETS-PILLOW .

Sunday attending the State!I itsiQQ a children! CASE'' MAT
Jaycee-'executive board 'nieetr : ,
.'VIN.NE JF 1 Ing: Chicken Baskets |U5 +tY. v '' Girls Fancy Hobday OPTC \
.CONTEST ON. TilE Mry'and-Mre.: Rene Garcli j'I : and Many Others:

"DEVIL AT'i O'CLOCK bf Camp : Blaridlng have' j Half Chicken French Fries -.Cole. Slaw DRESSES From $00' TOBy i
moved to Jacksonville ; : $398
1. Mrs. Ellen Solo ; wherp 4.
Cinderella and
they have purchased a home.. Hot Holla I
,2. Mrs...Hart .
3. Mrs.\ ;Sheppard i'TBllanassee Foster Slit bn Smith business was Mont In i i Call Orders InI I To Pick Up Later .; PLEATED ,- Nannetfe-R U G S : f

4. Mrs Norman day and Tuesday. : I :PLAID SKIRTS I Z9s ". ]
; ))5. Frank Starling lire and Mrs. Davidson haws: i PHONE 964-8421 : ,"'"{.;t '. ; 100% :Viscose-Rayon .. z j
*"6; M'ra.JT C..Fogg of Auburnd'ale spent the 50% ACRILAN + Pile With Foamed 'Back i
Home-Made Chile Fresh Daily ; i .
weekend with their parentii_ -
RAYON Sizes Colors
7. Mrs. Buford .MiicheH : 50f0 Assorted and J Jv
Mr: and Mrs. M. .L. Laws oz. .
::S.'l irs. Opal Allen and 'M!'. 'and -Mrs. Claude j OPEN 7 A..\L -'10 P.M.. 7- .DAYS A WEEK- \ ;.N $ IITO
: ..$q,9
/9: Mrs.. Mildred Grif/w\ I CogdilLMr. '. ," : 1 j. 516- E..Brownlee' St .. Zeo14 r II ""A. From$.1 .po Tor"1 $$5a8i'1flI1flhitA '

"10.: Mrs. Bonhie Harden- ana ,Mrs. W, N, Barry, j ,

.brook of Newbenr.. visited f?!:. aridMrs Apartments. For Rent : .'fuc...
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I Woman ,Club Sets -- Mrs. Dan Harley I II I -

JIMMY MOORE'S The Gulf Station in
I K t Only
'Christmas Tea tiyv Given Surprise
Starke Giving S&H Green Stamps
1 .
I And ProgramA Birthday PartyMrs.

Christmas tea and pro- Dan Harley was pleas-

GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0631 gram in keeping. with .the antly surprised at a birthday o S&H

, T : _holiday ,season will 'be held:at supper given in her honor

Mrs. 4he December meeting of the k I Tuesday night at her home Green Stamps
Jessie Young rda
Starke Woman's Club Wednesday -. k 1403 Pratt street by her hus-

Speaks To 1 i afternoon at 3:30: o'- band and daughter Elaine.
clock. i i The dining table was covered -

Junior WomenThe Mr. G. S. Newcomb music !j j"toirman KnowlesChilsonEngagement. :' with a blue linen clo hand 50 100
will Told centered with a white
,present a pro-
American Home committee
using the Nativity't j birthday cake with blue can- STAMPS
gram 1 EXTRA
of the Junior Woman'sClub
.r scene; and Christmas music j Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Knowles : dies.Fifteen WITH LUBRICATION
under the direction of WITH PURCHASE
: close friends of the AND OIL JOB
local talent..
sun? : of Starke announce the engagement
Mrs. Warren Winkler and Mrs.
Members of the Junior i I honoree helped her celebrate" OR WITH WASH JOB of TIRE or BATTERY
Mrs. of their daughter
J L. Andrews presented
I the occasion.
Woman's Club 'and hew mem- I .
Jessie Young as the guest I, Mary Elaine to Edwin L.
bers of the Senior Club will :
: speaker ing Monday at: the evening.regular meet- .y be honored guests. I Chilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 i..Bantam Team YOUR OAS, PURCHASE "

M Hostesses for afternoon i, L. E. Chilson of Starke. The J .
Mrs. Young displayed some i Hosted At ..:
beautiful examples of dried V-/; :. : V Till be: Mrs: Frow Strickland, wedding will bean event of ISFREEV ..
I Weiner Roast
Chairman Mrs. G. S.
and driftwood arrangements V ; Brown June.
She listed the following points tVf'V 1 V l., '; '" : Mrs J E. Hardy, Mrs. Nor- I IF WE TO SWEEPOUT

Willis, ,.Mrs. W. D. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Thomas
as needs in flower arranging: V'w man Altar Society. YOUR CAR OR CLEAN
balance, rhythm, sequence, Mrs. Tt H. Slade. Mrs..I and Mr. and Mrs. H. M
George Patten, Mrs. Harry I Sets Yule Partyst Hatcher Jr. entertained at
r + 5 contrast, proportion, scale, t% YOUR WINDSHIELD
: the home of the latter on East
{ repetition and dominance f '1 T Mooty, Mrs M. H. Lang, Mrs. '
4w She gave several helpful hints I Mon Paul Raymond? Mrs. E. I*, : Edward's Altar Society Call .Street for 'members of
drying flowers in sand or 1| Matthews ,Mrs.: C. J. Houpt will have its annual Christmas the Terwillegar Motors Bantam RE IE IBERVE ARE THE ONLY GULF

1J 1 borax. I i : i MrsLex Green, Mrs. S. A. party on Tuesday evening, football squad and their TATION THAT GIVES S&H GREEN STAMPS: !
J 1i
i Mrs. O. L. Abercrombie con- : +, V'V DeVoe Mrs. Leo Hebert, Mrs. Dec. 12 at 7 o'clock at the coaches Harold Davis and

Land en-Wall tinued the Religions of the. M. W. Lance, Mrs. N. B. Ros- Garden Restaurant. All mem- Jimmy McRae.A STARKE TIRE SALESCor.

World series with a devotionalon ier, Mrs. A. J. Barry Mrs. bers are asked to contact Mrs. weiner roast was enjoyedby .

EngagementAnnounced Christianity.The James Blackshear Mrs. J. W. Owen Vaughn by Monday for the 20 players. Games were

following new membersand Simpson. Mrs. DeWitt Sin- reservations. All women of the played and prizes awaraed to Court & Madison Sts. Phone 964-5791

transfers were welcomedinto Iris Lynn Bore Weds Clarence Pannell clair and }, rs. Riley' Wasdin. church are invited to attend. the winners.

the club: Mrs. Charles In Woodlawn Baptist Church CeremonyThe .
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Landenof
I Zipperer Mrs. L. J. Kite, Mrs. "
Live Oak announce the en- John Brabham, Mrs. Bill Woodlawn Baptist, gown of imported Chantilly -

gagement and approaching i Dodd Mrs. Jerry Hicks, Mrs. Church in Jacksonville was .lace and peau de soie, worn

marriage of their daughter, Jack Hazen Mrs. Wayne the setting Saturday night, over layers of starched net

Shirley, to John E. Wall son Douglas, and MrsA.. S. Har- November 25,'for the weddingof and bridal taffeta. Her fitted
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall Jr.
rison. Miss Iris Lynn Boree to. lace basque featured a rounded -
of Lake City, and formerly of Mrs. Randal Chitty, finance Clarence Douglas Pannell of neckline embroidered in

Starke. chairman, reported final plans Toccoa, Ga. Rev. Leslie E. floral sprays of iridescent sequins haS 0
Miss Landen is
employed as for the Strawberry Bowl queen Sanders performed the dou- and seed pearls and had
a bookkeeper at the Lovely
contest. Twenty-four con- J ble ring ceremony. short sleeves worn with long EVS.m
Shops Inc. in Lake City and
testants have nov enteredthe Miss Boree is the daughterof matching gloves. The extremely -
Mr. Wall 1 is employed by
contest and Rep. Billy Mr. and Mrs. Randolph H. full skirt had wide ;
Singer Sewing Machine Co.,
:Matthews will be emcee at Boree of Jacksonville, and the lace panel inserts in front,
also in Lake City. Miss Landen
the finals on Friday night. granddaughter of Mrs. G. H. with floral lace appliques. In
is a graduate of Suvrannee
Miss Betty Jane Morgan, Bennett'of Starke. Mr. Pan- back, a wide lace panel form-
High School and Mr. Wall attended
ticket chairman announced nell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ed the circular chapel train.
school in Starke. gift
The wedding will take place that tickets may be purchased Clarence Burrell Pannell of The veil of illusion was attached to p/rHSe cvsryane on your

from 'any'club member or at Toccoa. to a large cabbage rose
on Saturday, Dec. 23, in the
the door. All tickets or money The altar of the churchwas with sequins and pearls. She .
First Baptist Church Lake
must be turned in to Miss centered with a bridal carried a white lacecoveredBible .
City, in the of ci /.S
presence only Morgan or Mrs. George Shu- arch, banked with leather"teaf topped with a cascadeof OF COURSE, 1.,.. P. .:t "
the family and close iriends. ford. by Friday, Dec. 22. fern. Potted palms baskets of white steponotis and a SHE WAN'S .;:ifttO/.(.. '" PIMA COTTON

Mrs. Abercrombie gave the white gladioli and pom poms, white orchid with nylon tulle "};.') it M<*}. :f.<.' ,

Mrs. Gerald Hicks, revised list of Thrift Shop and burning white tapers in and satin trim. Blouses \ i \ ) (M Dress Shirts

workers and branched candelabra The bride's attendants .
Recent Bride, announced that were were ,. ( OHILD'S"
the shop would continue to be used in decorating the sanctu- identically gowned in street- ..:')' .? 299
Honored At Shower open on Saturdays from 9 to length dresses of verdi-green #

12 and 1 to 3. Mrs. Hal Hand, ary.Mrs.. Thornton Oliver organist crystal charm with cone- ,, 199 :>I COWBOY. \4 t # Superbly woven of nee
cotton. Permanent collar
Mrs. Gerald Hicks,'a recent education chairman, announ- played the wedding shaped .skirts draped to the I s sna, convertible cuffs.
bride, was honored at a miscellaneous -- ced plans for a book report to marches and accompaniedthe sides. Juliet head pieces of i L BOOTS s All white, sizes It to 17.
Solid color broadcloth
bridal showerTuesday be given Dec. 11th by Rev. soloist, Miss Phyliss Wat sequins and pearls with nose- AND 2.09 V4I i styles! ?.......i.ee
night Nov. 14, at the Charles Phipps, chaplain at son. length veils were worn, and 3 egg ,

'Madison Street Baptist the State Farm. 'GIven.in marriage by her they carried cascade bouquets,: r Choose from \;. 5 '2 to 8 .< '.k.r TIES

Church.. Hostesses for the affair The hospital library is father, the bride had as maidof of bronze Fugii mums. The many frilly

were Mrs. Neal Lyon, growing with paperback bookS.and honor her cousin Miss flower girl was similarly I: :, '. J'.1-. ored sissy and styles tail$1 i & 150
; -
Mrs Douglas Hardy, Mrs. children's books dedicatedto Marsha Kaye Bennett. Matronof gowned. .'W. } White and solid "' r_ r,. :' ,. Many smart new pat*
John Stephens Mrs. J. C. the new babies of three honor was the bridegroom's After the ceremony: .re 'i.1 colors. 32 to 38.Ids' 12 t 3 a teras and colors.
Chastsdn, Mrs. W. D. Thomas, club members; ,Mrs.: Meed sister Mrs. Marcille Jordonof ception was held-in 'the Fel- : '

Mrs. E. TV Hicks Mrs! Adolph 'Lewis, Mrs. A. Q. Smith, and Atlanta, Ga... and the lowship Hall of the church. 'SLACKS

Gay, Mrs. Willard Williams, Mrs. LL E. Andrews. Plans are bridesmaid was Mrs. (Shirley After spending some time i

Mrs. R. L. Morgan and' Mrs. also being made by membersof Boree a cousin. Little' Miss with their guests 'the couple ( COAT SALE

Tommy GIU.SStanding the education committee to Julie Oliver, daughter of Mr. left for a trip to South Flori- I Ivy League Flannels j
in the receivingline transport books from the and,'Mrs. Thornton Oliver, da, the bride traveling in a s" .Thin .pared legs, /t 99 *
i Val. To 9.99 Val. 14.99 4' ,
were Mrs.' Gay, 'Mrs. Vo- county library to shut-ins of was flower girl, and Donald green suit with white accessories solid colors 2936.Washable .
vida Hicks Mrs. E. >E. Tan- Starke. Mrs. Jim Chasteen, Lee Boree, son of Mr and Mrs. complemented with the
i Now 8.99 Now 11.99
ner, and the honoree.Arrangements chairman of Public Affairs Henderson Boree, 'Was ring orchid from her bouquet.Mrs. t Gabardine

of white committee, thanked the club bearer. Pannell graduated

and lavender mums in milk for remembering the girls at Mr. Pannell served as his from Nathan Bedford Forrest! Sizes 2 To 14 1 Washable, need

glass containers centered the Sunland with Christmas gifts son's best man. Ushers were High School in Jacksonville.Mr. I HOUSESHOESx little or no ironing. 599

white linen_ covered cake and and the wounded veterans David McJunkin of Toecoa, Pannell graduated from,J' Use Our Laway Plan f 29- to 42.

punch tables. Trays and com- with stamps. Jerry Jordan of Atlanta, and Toccoa High School, and is ; For the Entire Family I IWomen's All ,Wool Flannel

potes held cake squires' frost- Mrs. Jerome Johns appointed Richard Forsythe and Frank now serving in the Navy stationed ,.

ed in pastel shades, nuts, and Mrs. Tom Casey as Fine Wilson of Jacksonville.The at the JacksonvilleNAS a 1 Imported, Italian
,,, wool, expertly toil- 699
mints. Arts chairman and Mrs. bride chose a lovely ; V Houseshoes ored. 29 to 38.
served the
Mrs. Stephens Lemuel Williams as chairmanof I
cake, Mrs. Gill presided at membership. The club II I '
Mike Beta Phi
the punch bowl and Mrs. elected Mrs.. B. M. Smith to KingCelebrates Sigma $ 199 "' '. Broadcloth .

Hardy kept the guest book. fill the position of fourth Sets Yule Party Women's 'y'j--rm '"
Approximately 125 guests, I I or
vice-president. Mrs. Hollis i

called between the appointed Knight, club sponsor, invited 7th BirthdayMike Members of Beta Sigma : Duster //J2 \ \ PAJAMAS fA
7:30 to 9:30: o'clock.
hours : members to the annual Phi sorority will hold their : OtSlersI

Christmas tea given by the King celebrated his annual Christmas party for I! 1.79 V J tiEFik
29L 3" .y e
Skating Party Starke Woman's Club on Dec. seventh birthday anniversary husbands and dates at 7:30p. 1 t
13, from 3:30: to 5 o'clock. The m. Friday, Dec. 15, in St. 'k To 1
Enjoyed By club also voted to support the Tuesday afternoon when his Mark's parish house. Names Warm flannels and Many + 4 4. 2 99 V' Fine' Sanforized broadcloth instripes r

beautification at thWoman's mother, Mrs. Walter King, I i t Cordana the luxury ,, and fancy patterns. Coat
Chi Rho GroupThe program of 'secret sisters will bs revealed i,. fabric with the Styles '
Club by purchasingone entertained at their home in and members are reminded fine touch and look. and Colors style, full .cut. Sanforized flannelette
Chi Rho youth group of palm tree for U. S. 301 Saratoga Heights.. to bring one toy gift. I Solids, prints i and z terns. pajamas fancy pat ,

the First Christian Church North. The party was held in the BSP members now have I stripes. Sizes 1018. ''Sizes 4 to 9

enjoyed a roller skating party Christmas cookies were served yard where the refreshmenttable tickets for the bride doll with i I

Saturday afternoon in Lake in the sunroom during was covered with a complete wardrobe, which will WOMEN'S FLANNELETTE I' Boys' Pajamas

Butler the social hour. A centerpieceof Huckelberry Hound birthday be given away at 4 p. m., De- Many Styles .for Men

Chaperoning the 24 young red and white berries and cloth with matching napkins.A cember 23 at Barksdale's. Do- Gowns & Pajamas ; o ((5 :

folk were ,Ret:'and''Mrs- Bob rice flowers carried' out the yellow birthday cake cen- nathns from the sale of : Di 199I

Badgett.' Mrs. Virgil Jordan holiday theme. Hostesses for tered the table. tickets will be used for chap- 99 299 ye

and Mrs. H. G. Bollinger. the evening were Mrs. Hal The ten youngsters enjoyed ter community projects. I .2. ,K r a e a Sanforized broadcloth b f
Hand. Mrs. Bill Dodd Mrs. L. games during the party hours 15A fancy patterns and 'Ski'

I J. Kite Mrs. Jack Hazen and and received favors of balloons Methodist Circles I Dainty floral prints ', c :' Others d type Sizes 6 worm to 18., fiacaeJ.
Mrs. J. E. Denmark. hats and horns; I on pastel backgrounds. a
GOWNS in regular and ; f 1 99
I Mrs. King was assisted by To Meet TuesdayWesleyan r' e I
shorty lengths, PAJAMAS + .e
D EBK Prayer Week, Mrs. N. B. Rosier. 'y I in tailored, r : w ''Aadi BOXED GIFT SETS
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f N Service Guilds novelty and ski-type 3.99 f
STARKE FLA.SUN.MON.TUES.. Is ObservedBy i, styles. Regular and r e
Southside PTA units One and Two. and Circle ( -

WVlU} Circle I Four of the First Methodist I II I .extra sizes. 61i to 12 3 +/7WOMEN'S "

., Meets TuesdayThe Church will hold their regular, ,.
1 DEC. 1011.12 The Lottie Moon circle of monthly meetings Tuesday
I V 1 3 and Towel r rI
DOUBLE FEATURE the Madison Street Baptist Southside ElementaryPTA evening Dec. 12. Day-of-the-Week Panties Cozy Ones for f Kids I Sets :
Church WMU observed the met Tuesday evening in Guild One will meet in Fellowship I "Boxed -
l Town Without Pity the school Cafetorium.Mrs. Hall at 7 o'clock with I : -. s A, Cases

PLUSr- Week of Prayer for Foreign Kate Sheppard pro- Mrs. Paul Bridges Mrs. M. W.J l'a 7 999 ': 9 9, Boxed Luncheoa

: Missions on Nov. 27 to Dec. gram chairman, introducedMrs. Cressler, and Mrs. C. H. Nas- =3 for L 1 Sets

Magic Boy 1. Theme for the week was Paul Canova Bradford worthy as hostesses: 1

PIuS Cartoon'VED..THpRS. "Good Tidings to all People." County Supervisor of Music. Guild Two will meet with ; Day of the week <3,; R FAMOUS CONE I Ii

.' jMrs. H. A. Lawson, prayer Students from each class par- Mrs. Charles C. Johns at 7:30 i embroidered on Many *Vcndosofi'lath t tj

., chairman, made the plans for ticipated in singing Christmas o'clock. j each parity. Free t Styles ,

DEC. 13-14 the week and Mrs. H. G. Bol- carols. The Spanish class Circle Four will meet at 8 I ,4 <: plastic case. Sizes Sizes / Towels 1

F DOUBLE FEATURE linger prepared posters and sang carols in Spanish.A o'clock at the home of Mrs. 4 4 5, 6, 7. '
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Roar of the Crowd charts appropriate for each short business meetingwas Drew Reddish. 79
Xk4 a \ I
day. Presenting the music held after the program.

-PLUS- .each day for the week were The attendance banner was Mrs. MontgomeryGiven I GIFT APRONS x.f i Atetchii 49c II III'
Wash Clothsm t ...
The Big Gamble ,Mrs. L. A. Canova Mrs. DL- won by Mrs. J. W. Shiner's Surprise Mircfcina Off-

Thomas, and Mrs. J. O. Gay first grade class.Bradford I' 51 i MM T.w..h_ OC !
Plus Cartoon pianists and Miss Beth Mar- Luncheon ShowerA y ;+ y Soft absorbent terry with
i Bib and half styles. V 'loops anchored Into
ti. a
tin soloist Also
appearing on
FRI.-SAT DEC. 15.16 Nurses : Printed percales, terrycloth =1 1a 1 ft firm vnderweavt for Ion
; FEATUREWICHITA the music program were San- group of friends gave a or organdy in rill .. wear. Attractive solid'i
DOUBLE. dra Register. Jackie Smith To. Meet ThursdayThe surprise luncheon and baby ,, many attractive pat ... **- pi&u.# color window pane duck

Elaine Murray, Toni Gluni. shower Wednesday noon for urns. ,OPEN ALL_DAY WEDNESDAY AND patterns, -- I

Marilyn Bollinger and Barbara Bradford .county Mrs: David Montgomery at FRIDAY TILL 9:00 P.M ,
LUS- :
-I i e r'4 Coleman of the junior girls nurses will hold their xegular her home at 1000 Powell

Love In A chorus. meeting Thursday evening, Street, }

Goldfish Bowl the Different WMU were circle on members the pro-of the December Bradford 14 at County 7:30 o'clock Hospital in close A number friends enjoyed of the honoree's the. buf- i Don't Forget Friday Night To Listen.For The Silver Dollar Sound 1 Tdl9 P.M. !

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ShMey Lavon Napier 26yeaiold !"at ;

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I\"I I woman, has pleaded guilty to N'Pi !NlsYt QHouLo\
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Ii i .! i .""-' r "flil' : \.tfl;) ;I tavern Charged last with month assault.- with i I .. CHRI&TMi is! }

t. ) : intent to murder, Mrs. Napier]I j : I E'F.: -
I I .,..t."i,: ., -. r was"arraigned last Friday before J w iti1 +,ttit''tltit'. ''' 'iR,114S$ 1, "'[iJ :

I. 'Circuit Judge George. L.i i In addition to the. ..many; m elfin wejjav in
U !' Patten. The judge: ordered a-, 'f'' g reasons! \ #gained recent.

ik 'It __. pre-sentence investigation for''1
jt i; ; Bradford's' First Hundred Years pleaded Mrs. Napier guilty.According; after she had weeks why*. eyerypne.benefitfrpm; 1 ftTrading.t"f | t Hgme' there are

f 'I to ,the Sheriff'se many; dditipnalrj pns, why: > i,.... $ ${ aUy.) A at Christmas
Quietly. and without fanfare Bradford
, I The case was taken to court and office, Mrs. Napier entered j

i I '< County passed its ,100th mile- years later the election was declared the tavern looking for her : time.. One of the- greatest, 't; reasons from.. t..the shopper{ (standpoint is
stone Wednesday, December 6. Doubt- illegal, and another one called. husband. Joe a Merchant

,,f", : J less, the event would have called for a Voters went to the polls again in I Marine home on leave. Some : Convenience. If J you l have, ever: (Q htjypurittb.r* 1 ugh the hectic -
celebration except for the fact that 1878 and reversed the decision 398 toj words were exchanged, the oj ?- ;

1 Starke reached, its Centennial in 1957. 389 in favor of Lake Butler, so back I j fivers said, and Mrs. Napier j .c" wds in :the.bi/+ ;icitiesat U>j ,tone o f,y ear,.YDUtygll 1 know what
drew a pistol from her
f at which tjme a week-long ,fest, val was:, went the county seat again to the west j

f. \' staged. After that, another celebration ern side of New River. A new courthouse husband pocketbook in and the left wounded side. her : ." I.fu. ah.. To make .Ghnstmaf.shopping>l nin ,Starjce. :t a5ier .and more 'Rubryi10h1; ; :1r
for the county's 100th,.-birthday would was built in Lake Butler .in the, t

have been somewhat anti-climatic, sot hope that ,the"county seat,, would be Merchants,Given j i pleasant than, y l1lh1fqr, ,..our'. : mercfe \nts' .are, offering the following RbI Beauty
3 it was allowed to'pi without acclaim. anchored there I
permanently. But Shop
On December- 6, ,1861,just a few Starke came back with a petition fan+,I Check Protection /schedule:. ..- of extra hours. from. now till Dec. 25 n .

11 J *' months after the outbreak of 'the Civil another election as soon as the law I: To help protect local merechants '.; ,'... .: '. .
t, I War-Governor' John .Milton.1 signed a' would allow .
(once every ten years). 'I from bad check ;;" ;. ,
I I 11:' : law giving the name of Bradford to ,a The third election was set up j jn i artists, the Sheriffs office ..";'fL .,, ':.. k Y t...,....... .....""'',.,..;. !. .. 1 ,f\. .-
f t : portion of old New River County.! The spite of efforts by Lake Butler 'supporters .suggests that all strangers "

Legislature i it had passed the law in honor to halt it by court inji.niction.1 wishing to cash checks be Open Friday i Nights Till 9:00: P. M ,
: of Captain Richard G., Bradford, a This was denied and once 'again Starve] required to fill out identification : -j # . r. vr t .> ? t' -
t'M, of who. killed October cards, giving.personal information .
:- native Madison, was won by a margin of 33 votes. The coun- .I '. '
: 9 1861 in the Battle of Santa Rosa complete with- aright : 3< Open Wednesday fternoons Till 6
i ty records were again moved to this thumb ,. -. i I ,
print. *
ll.. Island. This battle was fought in an side of New River, and the old Red t The Sheriff's officers r. a I t <.i ij K
attempt to ca tarp Fort Pickens J. which Man's: Hall ( the site of ,,71 Open Thurs. FriSat. .
j on present supply of the cards which ,. ; ., De c. 21, 22., 23,
a ; protected Pensacola Harbor Capt. Bradford Starke's city hall) "remodeled to may be obtained by any' merchant '
I J: : was'the :first Confederate officer serve's a courthouse. wishing to use? them./ Till 9:00: p. .' '

-.. -. from Florida- to die in the War' Between 'Lake Butler partisans seized upon The information will be helpful -, rj ;
I .. the States. the fact that the county, had failed toj to. Sheriffs office in 1 : v *

I' : =- Being born time of strife, it..was build a new courthouse- in Starke, and j I II case the check, proves to be j i ,

1 : ...' natural.perhaps, 'that the fledgling I they conducted a heated campaign in.' :no reaSon.good for forgery or other':, j' tioN'TI : I

J.1 : county should see some troubled. times 1889 to regain the county' seat. A All local Businesses asked MISS
are -
j :' during the first'years of its history. fourth election was ordered. with the to cooperate in this protective .. .
In fact, the east and west portions of mutual agreement that no matter who measure.. I 1 3 .f' >, : \tv I t.SANTA' .

| '' the county almost had their own "Civil won this time, a new courthouse would .r- '/... .' >r''Itn'r-htl: ; !|

j ..*"""War' for many years over which hould be erected. I Health i Department- I ; 'S AR IV I t tJ
be the seat-Lake Butler i AL1
: : county or Starke, by this time a thriving town 100 Per tent On %4.4
a, .. Starke. The new county then included of over 1,000 population, had no trouble l ,

\ :, :' the area that is now Union County, asa winning the election, and a new courthouse -, Survival TrainingThe i cF 'J to t. t ; EI
I well as the.present; Bradford. was built here in 1902. sf
;: Since Lake Butler was already the After losing their fights at the ballot I The Bradford County FRIDAY DECEMBER 8 7 PM.t
s. :. county seat of New River, it was designated l box, Lake Butler residents took a Health Department has become :,,- i ,' .
\ to remain. the, county seat ofBradford new line of attack in 1911. They made I the first 100 per ven ,

w when it was created in 1861. an unsuccessful attempt to have a bill county training.group Dr.to receive A. Y. survival ., Candy For The Children! ..

J, _' But Starke was beginning to grow in passed through the Legislature dividing ington and: members of hid, ".': '.

size and importance, and by 1875 it had the county at New River. But the: staff were among the 22 I .t..r ,

: .. sufficient influence to petition the legislative delegation refused to introduce : were awarded certificates recently .
a ., .. .
: County Commission for an election to the bill without a referendum 1 by Bill Costello, instructor '> ; -'II' '" t t' to FI

) .. determine whether or not the county clause and Lake Butler citizens, knowing after completing the ': -* i

:' M seat should be moved to Starke. they would be outvoted at the polfe, 12-hour course. I : ALsO SilVER" O R' '
I. W In the meanwhile, the courthouse let the matter drop. I F. B. Beard, superintendentof I Ll fVE A'WAYi
warehousing facilities for
f : :' in Lake Butler burned (or was burned) During the next ten years the rivalry : .
: : for the] second time since the county continued, and the constant centre Florida, and DevelopmentCommission a number of I i' Y'L : .- J I q I 't' '. = 1 ., .' -tl -. rl-4 .JI"f :' 1'i p.,..t ". I. '.
.* was crested( in 1861, and the advocates I
1 2 of the Starke county seat used the fire- versy actually between stalemated east and'progress west Bradford. df tHe:|I the the course employees:* also completed I' rytime.you hear_ an alarm clock, ring.this Friday i tni ht in Starke Store, Silver Dollar. will be

: *! frequency as at, strong argument for county. Each side fought,.to be the hub "Personal Survival in Disaster given Be be f
sure to in the business
away. district between 7 and 9 P. M. i
moving the courthouse from Lake Butler of the county, and opposed roads and ," is a local Civil! Defense j to Get Your Dollar!

: : In those rough arid ready days it improvements that might give the other adult education course avail ; .
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was said to be a somewhat common able ; !
location a balance of Power. Bothtowns through the school sys
: : practice to sat fire to the courthouse suffered in the I tem. It includes instruction n All '

: I wh someone. had reason to get rid of gle. continuing wran I i I concerning disasters, ,s'te'ps MUSIC FUN! HOT DOGS }( COm M FQR 1 Oc :
I that can be taken in .
troublesome in prepara '
a : case court, or wished Finally, in 1921, Lake Butler leaders ;
: tion, plans for inexpensive ,
a to ;destroy county records for some were successful in getting the legislative I <.. .
fallout shelters, and family .' .
i : IT other purpose.. \ .
delegation to agree to introduce a survival. plans. : r :. .
'' The election was finally held and the division bill if I : 4 t 1 '

I : :. Commissioners met at .a 'called meeting majority of voters a petition east was of New signed River.bya ; Pearl The Harbor 20th ,anniversary on December, of I EVERY 'f : ,
I on Jan. 23, 1875 for the of
purpose can- This was finally accomplished and delegates 7, is now known as Civil Defense ; : \
:' : vassing the returns.: It was discovered from both sides met at the City .Day and is an appropriate :

then that some precincts had not delivered Hall in Starke on May 2, 1921 and j time to emphasize the '-,.' ... ..... ", .; .. .
:) T their' election returns to the agreed to divide the county at New need for survival, training. l .
: clerk in the manner prescribed by law, River. : > : : '

t I : and"votes'from'these districts were ordered After more than half a century of MAYOR'S COURT *:; r"j: :: : ; : I Iflj
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: disqualified. ; : .n'I t "
.F bickering, leaders on both sides were Eight cases came before .,, .
-m After I'four subsequent.. meeting- the. weary of fighting and relieved to havethe Starke ,Mayor Randal Chitty inMayor's : : r : : 'I .
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1 <,., Board met on February. 19 only to find : : : : -
old rivalry to end.
come an Court blond
/ntght. FLORIDA : ..
: ':..:. th t' some or ,the tally sheets had mys- The 1921 Legislature passed the I Wesley Thomas, public intoxication -I ,. PEST CONTROL. :, ; ,; GEM T JEWELRY- i .'.

: teViously disappeared from the courthouse bill, and Union County was created.No forfeited bond of -

.;; ** since their last adjournment. The weach county was free to go ahead .$27.50. BARKSDALE'S. :' :, fANDREWS .
: court ordered ..' : :
that ,
.. Commission "'
: proceed and progress on its own merits. : Wesley Thomas, vagrancy, >' -.i'I .- :
'f:' C -tok count the ''vpte on hand, that had An old saying has it that "T he .received suspended sentence, T. H ., /,

:' 2'not" been tampered with, and Starke, first hundred years are the hardest." :placed on probation! for 90 day S. SLADE ,; ,: DENMARK;; FURNITURE .CO. '
.. receiving .a majority of 46, was declared Bradford has I Harmon Edenfield, reckless 1 .: .. I
.J' the county seat. had some hard knocks I driving, forfeited, bond of $52.50. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY ; : .: I
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MI, The courthouse records were moved during its first century, but progresshas Donald Emory Alvarez, running .. ORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY ,
been constant. stop sign forfeited .bond !.?. $ r ;
If it -
?; J to Starveand set up in temporary comes as far > 'i ?* -
rented quarters, >lout Lake Butler was in the ''next hundred years 'as it has in i of 1250._ : :/ : MITCHELL'S. DRUG STORE 's. COMMUNITY: STATE BANK of STARKE

f. : not to lose the fight without'a struggle.. the last, we should be 'satisfied. 1 er Aubry passing Eugene, forfeited Rooks, improp;ii i .' )
bond :
.. $27.50.Larry. i '\. : WESTERN AUTO. ASSOCIATE, STORE :,:
L. Rowell, '" .
unlawfulspeed '
: : Tojbacco.VolevPolling 8 a.,m. to 6p. m. and price : t i
support will be forfeited bond of $37.50. >: ARK '
Committee Chairman. Felix available to growers who comply Andrew John' s : BUILDERS SUPPLIES .
Places Volover Jr. PRIEST Ii
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Sapp points out that notices with their allotments.If public intoxication, forfeited ."" .', s, ".* ,! '
-.. Are Located' of farm -acreage allotments marketing quotas are not bond of $20.00 NASWORTHY FURNITURE : <4 have been mailed to all flue- appoved.. that is if more than : ; :. V STARKE RECAP CO. '.> :: :: t

Polling places- fdr JfcetDe cured tobacco farm operatorsso one-third of those voting vote I. *. AND APPLIANCES' ?' ..',..' ,{ "..,'. +,-. I
: : cember .1 'lefereiHum, on that, they may,know what no, there will be no quotas or> Elhth The Circuit Judicial Coart Of The, j,-" .-. .
Circuit ,. '
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marketing for the next their 1962 allotments in Florida la ROBBINS' 3'1 1
jnjota$ are penalties and no price support And For Bradford '.. .
: : three crops gf ue-cured ton advance. of, ,the referendum.If on the 1962 flue-cured ConBtn las*!.Xo.Chaarerr 13-OM ,BULLINGTON STUDIO J, \ :: : :- +j .:-- %

--:bacco haveD Designated 1)7) at 1east'two-thlrds of the tobacco. In that event., another Clara Mae Knight, Plaintiff, _1F7i WILLiAMS
vs J. R. ; } JEWELRY
t Kelly and his ( .
: wife Alice BRADFORD BUILDING : '
the County Agricultural Sta'fcllizatibn' growers voting*in the referendum referendum would beheld Marie Kelly Defendants. SUPPLY : t <> fFRED'S- .j '.
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ifi& "ConsSTation. vote yes quotas and next year on quotas for NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE .
allotments will befIt effect the following three crops. Public notice! Is hereby given EAGLE'S : ;; > MARINE cOOER :
Committee vas follows: that pursuant to a final decree ,,: :.. : > : .
II. .-. store 'to Brooker.tColson'a for the 1962,'63. and '64 cropsof Chairman Sapp urges all of Circuit foreclosure rendered by the : ,j; -: v ..
Off flue-cured,tobacco. Penal- eligible flue-cured tobacco: County Florida Court in of Chancery Bradford, in KO CH'S DRUG STORE r Suppii
ice to Starke. ;: _
ties for 'marketing "excess"tobacco growers to vote on this important the above entitled cause being; \ ; -JQHNSPN'S.FARMERS. .
: :J The' ,'.polls' will"." be. open from, will also be in effect, question. Case undersigned Docket Charles.Number A.13-03 Darby, the as tcL: ,MaIJSTUMPlS, ". ._ : 'I' a.. t 1 ., '. .

S. ; Clerk of said Court will sell at :. .: \ ;, .. _'. __
w public outcry to the highest: ., FLORIDA. THEATRE., : : w
: : :THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH and best bidder for cash at the SLADE GAS CO. ; .. 'r [Y' (
Sooth If
front door of tha '
.. .... ESTABLISHED: 1870 Court House in Starke County t BANKAT:STARKE '
Bradford : FLORIDA! !I
r 1.4';" County Florida on December ; TOIWILLEGAR MOTORS :;, ", .b ;, ;
.. -'- Ic H. IOrla3't ... 18th:li>61. 'commencing( at 11:00 ." ,...- I't ,
.. FJ OldeEt ; ieeUyr o'clock A. 1J./ the following described !

.. w... :, F ,. Newspaper, Under Published Zhe. Sam Continuously wit Bradford: property County Florida situate-to-in : Y: "C ; Jimmy Moore's :.j e j : BRADFORD t COUNTX'1fLE PH .4. : I

.. .a '\ bi>istbeadA I Lot Seven (7) and West Half SU SPORTS & STARKE TIRE SALES. .
of Lot tight (8) of Block E, ,STARKE 'TELEPHONE CO .
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: E, L. MATTHEWS ,tion 29. Township 6 South Rang U LOUISE RENNER fI.-' j -. u.CARP'S .
22 East, ,
a& per map or plat recorded i
:.. Editor and t Owner in the In Clerk's Plat Office Book 2.public page records 35, Wholesale Toy Distributor .
of Bradford County Flori '.. ? 'j :
'J t "*". '. i is. .-, a .', IN TRADE A"EA' OUTSIDE TRADE AREA .da.WITXESS .... ,. ,t. .. .I. 'k,
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ONE.YEAR s.oo ONE.,YEAj. a.loIIX ( 8C.1 at Starke. Bradford and offleia.l + Y I rr: n :,.'t' 1t.1-' .'l :_ ,--. ,, ... ..4''..'1@1*'rl t

) "2- *..THREE MONTHS MONTHS, .. 1.78.OO ''THREE SIX MONTHS MONTHS -- -- "ZOO l.ZSPiU County of'November(OFFICIAL Florida SEAL 1961.this) .29th day (One-in a series of messages'frcnryour .fame W merchants about a:su-W d, .

-. U bed Each Thursday and Entered. u Second Cost M ttr. .. ,. IS) Charles A. Darby of infeesf'ondvifal: I

; .t" ;'., t L1-the_ 'Olt Office at Stark- v FU..;ander r Act. ,ofs,1a i "<:' -Bradford Clerk. .of the County Circuit Florida.Court' of- ..., f.... concern to. every citizen in the county_ .)_ .-
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FIRST QUALITY 1 o age) who.touches.the cash regis ,
NYLONS-3pr. $1.00 'I Sofa Sleeps Two ter first. Don't.miss.the fhn-get SQUARES
Foam Cushion In Chair .' -$1.99' VALUES
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fie liven Away Christmas Week PRICE - DON'T MISS SANtA'S' 'ARRIVAL $1.00- 1st Quality.

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the past for the trustees only In History Making Contest Football'
I City Changes to. approve the bills. Cage ActiollBegins Date I

"It is the Is Set
council's responsibility g
,to appropriate money BHS Beats Tigers For First TimeContinued

: Channels On for the city therefore they FridayInCallahn Tornado footballers (A and
B teams), coaches, .and cheer- Gift Boxes
should have final say about [ From Page One J '
leaders will. be feted Saturday,
how it is spent" Mayor Ran-
; Loan Requests dal Chitty stated.Councilman er's charges lost the ball 'six _ Dec. 16, at the annual football,I
times during the course of the banquet sponsored by the I

.V Carl Hurst also game but recovered it five Quarterback Club. |
i 1'Continued from *aec One announced that a small Gallon times. .---.-.....-,.:..'::'.',., '.,' Tornado basketballers will University of Florida back- Grapefruit
W *W road grader, costing $6,698, The second period also saw '" swing into action Friday night, field coach Pepper Rogers will

'tectlns 'the city's' property has been purchased from the the ,Tornadoes on the Tiger 'ji'ft' December 8, as they travel lo speak at the banquet. Dinner g By Fast Express Delivery Guaranteed ft

, : ciwners.. Council asked the engineer A. E. Finely Tractor Companyof nine and five yard lines on meet Callahan's Ramblers lathe will be served at 6:30: p.m.

<< to see Mrs. Brown and Jacksonville. The,companywas two different occasions, but season's first cage game Saturday in the BHS cafeteriaand ,
low bidder on bids open- The Best in Christmas Gifts
: explain the situation to herb the only result was a 10 yard hoping to better last year's d's' will cost. $1.50 per person.
w stating that the board will ed at the November 20 council Reservations must be made in
field goal by Martin which appointing 6-18 record.
: be satisfied if Mrs. Brown is. meeting.A cleared by inches in the closing 'OW e'U win some games this advance by calling Mrs. Jack From Florida tJi'

*.. Council also decided to ap- special council meetinghas moments of the half. year but we'll win a lot moreif McComb, club secretary. ,
the been scheduled. Monday have Players will also receive individual TREE FRESH FRUIT
prove all bills paid by Register said he believes it to we support from the
*: their December 11, at 7 p. m. ........ .,,-.,.,,' c' public to the and All-Conference
city prior to approval by be the first field goal ever ,.,;,:..'.-' ':< give boys SpirIt
: the city's three bond trustees. to further discuss with the I. kicked by a Bradford High and determination,'" BHS's awards, and the team will be g DIRECT FROM THE GROVES $

It has been the practice in city engineers the application football team. It was also. the lew cage mentor Erwin Land< given a trophy as an award for
if for a loan to carry out the their fifth straight Keystone
A ,
says. good crowd will
one ever attempted by get g
: __ I proposed sewer projects. the Tornadoes this season. this year's"young team off to Conference championship. We Suggest You Place Your Order Early

The Tigers opened the second ; :. a good start."Prospects.

I LOOK County ToInvestigate half by keeping the ball -- -'. .... '.'.. ,'iJ" _" .Jii. for the future I W.CT.u. Dowling Produce Market J
in their possession for 11 con- good, Land says, "Wedon't
secutive plays their longest Halfback John Adams streaks for the Tornadoes' last tally expect to win every game

.' stint of the game. Seymour'skickoff late in the final period of play last Friday night as two Tiger but will 'play aj good brand of; A THOUGHT FOR THE f ACROSS THE STREET FROM SETZER'S

: ..M went out of boundson defenders so in too late. Fullback Buster Hughes threw a basketball." Among Land's fust MO.NTH: ROMANS 12: I-%. ,
Dining Room Set the 32 so the Tigers had a I key block for Adams on the 10 yard line, allowing him to go 11 players are only two senior, THE BIBLE I! \ \ \
but ) \ \ \
q NATURAL COLOR Continued From Pace 1] first and ten on their own 40. all the way for the score. the squad. has five juniors

Table With Extension They could dig out only 26 rour sopnomores, and no returning -.

: 'fcuffet China Cabinet requested by Green, restatedthe yards' and two first downs before line. The maddened Tigers score. Martin added the point lettermen.

board's policy of pushing quarterback Vining punted punched to the Starke 21 yard after and Starke was ahead Four football players, John
4 Chairs
: .. water holes only in areas in 40 yards to the Tornadoone stripe a: 36 yard drive, before 24-0. Reddish, Gary Kouba, Bill Jack- ..

: I' $69DUNCAN close proximity to where' the foot line. they were stopped by a clip- Fists Fly son, and Art Holliday, are ex--

.. county needs dirt on its roads. Martin got nothing and ping penalty.On With the time remaining in ':'pected to give the squad a
second down and 23 the contest measured in seconds boost after the grid
season 20 Words
Jackson could gain but five 'or boos time
"If we push the holes and .85 Memorials, Resolutions ... Se wordCards
= ends next ( per
PHYFE yards to go for a first Vining and the Tornado second Saturday.The .
in two tries before bare- If not
yards fa advance ,
,. let the dirt just lay there for first 10 paid 1.69 ( of Thanks, op>> to 50 w"M
: took to the au"in an attemptto string filling the field It was players fighting
DROP LEAF foot kicker Hallie Seymour
a long time we will be criticized Keyed or Blind Acm .. LOO
for starting berths Over 50 words _______ 5c word
4 which hit Ray Walkerat the hard for fans to tell whether are Franklin pr
lofted 64 yard punt
:''. TABLE and then when the dirt is a Nazworth. Ecch additional word over 20 ._. .'5 fat "
Nat Dankel Display ads Classified 1.51
pushed the Tigers back to Starke five .yard line. But they were, witnessing a boxing David per iadj

Like New $35.00 finally pushed.needed again it will," have Prevatt to be their 36 where the ball rolled I'Tornado defenders tipped the'match 'or a pigskin contest. Ingram[ Billy Anders,. Billy FOR SALE-100 ft. lots front FOR SALE Super CruisairMotor ADULT

-II .' said. up dead. Seymour, who has been ball and it blooped into the With every play fists would Dowling, John Williams, Chuck ing Hiway 16. J. B. White. Scooter. Excellent con- EVENINGS.EDUCATION MONDAY COURSES

: Chest of Drawers offered a scholarship from the air and came down in Jack-i fly until officials and coayies Moore, Herb Nelson, Phi'Jip phone 964-1651. Raiford Road. oition. 2 years old. In storageaU THROUGH THURSBAY. All

Commissioner Jessie Chastainalso University of Florida, punted son's arms. The plucky little who finally had to race onto Regan. and Ernest Jenkins 4tp 12-7 year. Reasonably priced. High School siftjecta. Business

$12.50__ to $14.00 voiced the opinion that three times and averaged 51 halfback made it back to his the field to break up the me- "These boys:. need a boost after A NATIONALLY KNOWN Call 964-1282. tfchg Courses. Conversational

&. BEDS"Blonde$18.00 waterholes should be pushed on- yards. His first effort off the 10 before he was dragged lee, restored 'a semblance of last year's losing seJ.Sor.h, Company has need of mature. FOR RENT -Unfurnished 2 Spanish. Mechanical Drawing.
YOUTH where dirt is actually nee the coach said, "And that's Testing services. White students -
ly side of his foot traveled only down: order. ambitious colored woman bedroom house in City; also : contact L. H. Gibson.
ed at the time. 33 yards, buthe' next two But with three penalties in Both .teams, however, left where some good crowds can -wonderful earnings assured unfurnished 2 bedroom housein USO Bldg. Office. Negro stud-

& Prevatt said that dirt ,from went for 55 and 64 yards. seven plays Seymour had to the field in an orderly manner help us tremendouslY1 I Write showing Avon Cosmetics. countT. W. H. Nollman. 510 ents: ontact Prof. Eddie

f the Daniel Bright waterhole With a first down on their kick 55 yards to the Lake City and the fisticuffs took place "But so far. I have no com; 3617 Mrs. Mabel Gore Box N. Cherry st. tfchg{ Thompkins. RJE High School
Chairs ainesville
:: mJReclining (borrow pit) would be hauled own 36 the Tigers 'ground out 39 yard line. After gaining between two fans. Coaches I plaints; the boys have been directions to your. Fla.home.Give CURTIS MATHIS 23" TV A. tfch

:.:FEW AND USED only a quarter of a mile for only a single first down before only seven yards in three from both teams restrained giving everything they've got," 2tchg 12-15 M. & P. M. Radio with Stero DEBIT MAN WANTEDForfast

: '$$22.50'to $38.50 use on the Lawtey Negro school Tornado end Ken Terrell Jar- tries the Tigers returned the their players and sent them .said Land, who came to Starke Player $299.95. with trade atDahmer's growing Combination Co.

.. ,- road. red the ball loose from Vining favor and punted to the straight to _dressing rooms. this year from Live Oak. I RELIABLE take MAN OR WOMANto Discount 4 House tche 12-28 Experience helpful but not
{ .CLEAN"MATTRESSES Jackson Starke 20. The only real effect of the Following Callahan the Tornadoes over Watkins Routein essential for right man. Send
Prevatt named CommissionerGreen on a pitchout Starke. Good for UP to $65
; to serve as ex-officio pounced "n it at the 50. The On their first down the ruckus was however, that it will travel to Haw-. weekly to start. No investment. FOR RENT- 2 bedroom furnished Starke.inquires Fla.to P. O. Box 902.
2tp 12-14
Tornadoes were set back 10 detracted somewhat from the thorne for their second gameon Set your own hours. Permanent apartment. Inquire
member of the Suwannee Rhrer fumble one of the two recov- Mrs. Martin. 509 Center St.
: $8.00 to 12.50 Authority, to attend meet- ered by Jackson during the yards to the 11yard, line by a fact that the Tornadoes' had Tuesday, December 12. ; ODDortunity. Full or part ItcheFOR LOSTBlack and tan Deer

",.. :;. ings as a representative of the game. started the Tornadoeson holding penalty. Undaunted, just completed the most successful Their first and only hom3 game D-l.time.; P.Watkins o. Box Products.2447. Memphis Dept. hound. Name on collar L. W.

: < 'BOX SPRINGS Bradford ,board. CommissionerJohns their second TD drive. :Martin promptly pitched out season in their football before Christmas will be played 12 Tenn. Up SALE-3 bedroom home Strickland.: Answers to name
with 1 land.
acre 4 miles northof of Red. Call
against Green Cove Palatka 5-3546 or
on ,
to Starling for 26 yards and history.
: was named as alternate.The An offsides penalty against Starke on 301.-Kenneth Interlachen 684-4952. Reward.
$5.00 to $10.00 board a negative Lake City put the ball on the i I a first down at the Tiger 37. Martin led his team in rush December 15. FOR RENT Two bedroom Crawford. Rt. 1. Box 25.T Itch
W. 45 before Martin spun I He then, though ran deep' into ing with 82 yards in 14 tries They will play in the annual house. Excellent ",ta'Ol' 9tn 1-7
: Plenty of Parking Space reply to an inquiry from Tiger Christmas condition. 515 St. Clair St. FOR RENT '2-story farmhouse
Tiger territory.passed to end for a 5.86 Starlingwas dur-
H. Nollman concerning construction off a tackler and scampered average Couple only or one child. $65. WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE modern conveniences.
: FARE'SBargain of road to undeveloped 39 yards on the keeper. He DeWayne McRae for 10 more second with ;58 yards, in ing the holidays, December Call Gainesville 372-3293. OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE 3 1-2 mile. south of Starkeon

owned by Nollman was finally stopped by Riley yards to the 47. 10 carries for'a 5.8 average, 20 and 21. at Gainesville High 3tchs 12-14 NO PAY. STROUT REALTY. US 301. tchg 12-7

property 100. This would be Morgan at the Tiger six yard A halfback pass from Red- and Reddish had; 39 yards in School. Following the holidays NEW HOMES IN STARKE J. Hansen. Rep. 5 mL S. of
Center off SR
: should be dish to Jackson was nullifiedby 7 tries for a' 5:6': average. they will meet Lake City Down nayment as low as I I Starke on U. S. 301. Phone FURNISHED APARTMENTfor -
work" and 468-1766. Waldo.
I "private the board line.It was Martin all the wayas an offside penalty against Starling, at his corner line- here on Tuesday January 2. $287.50 for VA or $425.00 for tfchg rent. 4 rooms and bath.
2 Miles South on done by the developer, 202 Broadway St. or call 964-
the quarterback got four Starke before Jackson took backer position, ,led the Tor- Season tickets are on sale FHA financing. Buy how and LAWTEY DOMESTIC Help 8491. Up
U. S. 301 I said. I. from Coach Land at get 1962 Tax Exemption. A wanted days week. Call 964- -
the middle on first matters into his own hands nadoes defensively with 15 $6 for
more up nice selection of modern
I down. Starling got one andit and gained 7 yards back to tackles while guard Mike Dar- adults and $2 ,for stu- three; bedroom and two bath fi5i. Itch 'FOR RENT, -\'ear'- Round. 3

was Martin who carried It the 44. Then two straight pen- by was second with 12, and dents. Good for all 10 home homes: with concealed heat- FOR RENT-1 bedroom attractively r bedroom nicely furnished

over from the one. The husky alties against Lake City for end Buster Hughes third with games the tickets will save ers and bath tub enclosures furnished cottage. house kitchen.on Kingslev Lake. Electric -
offsides and bad conduct put adults $1.50 and students 50 to choose from. City gas. pav All modern conveniences..
the point
quarterback added Furniture. Store. tfchg
'itc K'SGROCERY after and Starke led 17-0 with the Tornadoes on the Starke six.Martin did a good job as cents. ed yards.streets and landscaped Walnut St. Mrs. J. W. Kin- .--

1:02 left in the third period. 33 as Tiger tempers flar d red. usual, Register said, as did A .T Thnmag! Rps1tnr caid. phone 969-1491. Itchg GENTLE HORSE for sale.
set the third Bill Jackson at his defensive Perfect for kids or adults. AP-
Tempers Begin Flaring Reddish up Brooker Tops DO YOU WANT A BETTER FOB RENT-2 bedroom fur- nroxfenatejv 7 vrs. old $150.
At .this point, with time Tornado TD with an 11 yard halfback position. Linemen JOB? DO YOU WANT JOB I' nished house. Adults. COnvenIent Sonnv Tenlv PK4-0694 or ran

rapidly running out the effort on a reverse, before named as outstanding: were All-Stars InBantam SECURITY? ARE YOU located. Phone 964-7182 be seen at 1517 E. Bessent Rd.

and MARKET Tigers were apparently anger- halfback John Adams aided Mike Darby Jimmy Smith, QUALIFIED, FOR A BETTER tfch 1 t.l'hcr
kick was out by a key block at the 10 by Buster Hughes 'Johnny Lee FUTURE?
Half Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 FOR RENT-2 bedroom
first end Buster Hughes sprintedthe and Marty Starling at his defensive PlayBrooker Free interview and aptitudetest un-
of bounds' giving them a given to sincere, honest I Only F. T. D. Florist in furnished house at 431 N. St.
-.OPEN7DAYS 7AM..I1P.M. I down on the Starke 40 yard final 22 yards for the linebacker position. and ambitious applicants to Flowers wired any'place. Flow- Clair St. See J. L, Silcox.
'" -- defeated the Starke become well paid. ers for all occasions locally 2to 12-7

Ned Coleman Wins All-Stars 26-14 last Friday I CASHIERCHECKERSMEAT Phone 964-6291. 506 East

:31AXWELL HOUSECOFFEE All IncumbentsAre 127 Cases Tried Conservation night in the Bantam Football WRAPPERSAlso Nona St. tfchg HASTINGS MATTRESS

.. 1 Ib. tin - 69c. ReinstatedIn By Judge YawnIn game. in Secretaries.a few short Stenographers week of- WANTED Listings of all & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
AwardThe Brooker went ahead 6-0 types of real estate. We attract -

VAN CAMPS No. 2 Can Lawtey Vote NovemberA when they took the ball and PROFESSIONAL appointment call TRAININGFor or write buyers from Coast to Furniture 710 Lemon Reoalred RL FaUtka. Up

annual Goodyear Soil drove 65 yards for a touch- CAREER TRAINING I Coast. United Farm Agency ,
PORK and BEANS. 4 for 99c heavy month saw 127 cases Conservation Award will be down. INSTITUTE H. G. Bellinger agent Phone holstered & RefinishedMATTRESSES
From Page
[Continued 964-2881. 426 N. Walnut St.
ARMOURS Limit 1 With $5.00 Order come before County Judge T.. given tonight, Thursday, December The Starke All-Stars took 121' East Eighth St. 4to 12-28 \ REBUILTNew
Jacksonville 6, Fla.
3 lb. 49c was an amendment changingClerk's A. Yawn during November with 7, to Ned Coleman for the kick-off and drove 60 353-3818 Innersprings
VEGETOLE can Telephone FOR RENT-Furnished
i apartments.
to two his outstanding conservation yards for a touchdown and and Box Springs
term from one the usual worst offender, speeding -
GOOD HOPE, I years; and the provision that leading with 61 cases. i practices. led 7-6 at the end of the first Name . . . . . shopping. Reasonable center. Phone rates. Near 969 Drop Us A Card er Can

CANNED MILK 8 cans for $1.00 I office holder must resign The other offenses which law I Coleman, who lives south of quarter. Address ,.. ... ... . .. .' 2011 or call at 213 8. Cherry PALATKA EA 5-9168
an I Starke off the Griffis Loop, Brooker scored first in the Fill out and mail today! St.! [Shell Oil Co. Office.] tfchg STARKE-- S84-E924.- ----

LONG GRAIN-RICE 5 lbs 59c r the position held before an- enforcement officers dealt won the award for his use of second quarter to make it MRS. PEGGY SHALLE2.
FOR RENT-Efficiency apart- BUY THE BEST for less. Stark, Ageat
I nouncing for another office. with stringently were writing cover crops and work with soil 13-7 but Starke came back to furnished. Hot
ment nicely There is nothing "just as
GA. RED and requiring a qualifyingfee worthless checks and improper conservation in strawberries.The score on the last play befqethe and cold water furnished. good as" General Electric.

CUT BEANS 4cans 49c of five cent of annual passing, 18 cases each. award will be presented at half and went ahead 14- Adults. Phone 964-5744.. Mrs. You can't beat our prices or 119 PEYTON 8. THOMPSON FLORIST ST.
per Other'offenses were petit larceny -, 8:30: p. m. at the soil conser- A. P. Sauls. 633 McMahoneSt. trades anywhere.: -O. J. Mc- PHONE 9844155NIGHT
OSAGE No. 2 Cans salary [94-46] 1 case; possession of;vation office at 218 N. Wash- 13.The third quarter was tfchg Griff. 100 E. Call St.. phone 964-3891 or 963-1822

..PEACHES 2 cans 49c Votes cast Tuesday totaled moonshine whiskey or moon- ington Street by John T. Vason, scoreless and then Brooker FOR SALE-Girl's 20 In. bi- 964-6551 .lto DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe

223. just 65 per cent of the shine still 2 cases; driving general line ,salesman for the scored two touchdowns in the cycle. Excellent condition. FURNISHED APARTMENT Wire Flowers Anywhere

APPLE JELLY 2 lb. jar - 25c 344 qualified. while intoxicated 4; improper Goodyear company. final period to win the Bowl Phone 964-7182. 2tch 12-14 2 bedrooms, lights and water tfchf

driver's license ::2; no valid game 26-14. FOR RENT-2 or 3 bedroom furnished. Inquire Bullington GIFT BoXES-We ship oranges -
SOUTHERN YAMPOTATOES No. 2K Can driver's license, 1; no driver's Legion To Hear This game closed out the unfurnished house. Modem Studio or 321 West Madison 'and Grapefruit. Past

21c Condemnation Suits license 1; larceny of automobile Bantam football season. kitchen and bath. Gladys St. tfchg express Guaranteed Deli I
- -
Under WayA 1; 'disposing of property Christmas StoryRev. Harrington. 337 N. Walnut Up St. FURNISHED one bedroom Gifts very. from The .best Florida.in Tree Christmas fresh

:SNIDERS under lien 1; using owner's car Leo Hebert pastor of Ladies Trampoline apartments for rent. W. H. fruit from the groves, We ,
returned sealed LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE- Nollman. 510 N. Cherry.
12-man jury without permission 1; failureto suggest vou place your order
.CATSUP 14 bottle 15c the First Baptist Church, will
: oz. I I verdicts about 4 p.m. Wednesday have vehicle under control, tell the Christmas story of Classes To. BeginA apartments Completely double fondshed [6 tfchg early. Dowling: Produce Market !

I after four hours of deliberation -2;, hunting protected birds, 2. carafe. .._Itchg.
JIM DANDY Christ to members of American 210 N. Cherry
: in the first group of Running stop' 2 trespassing Ladles Trampoline das I
; .
Legion Post 56 next a home plus Ineome.See' Raiford Brannen. 520 W. Wel- STOP-READ THISIf
.GRITS 'or MEAL 5 Ibs. 25c condemnation suits for U. S. 1; participating. in an December 12. Tuesday will start after Christmas if J. B. Btillinfton Owner. .don. 964-6375. ltp yOU have thought about going {

301 South right- ofwaynow affray .1;'voluntary intoxication I enough women register"during tfrht into YOUr own business. :
MAXWELL HOUSEGOFFEE The meeting will be held in FOR RENT 3 bedroom un- NOW IS THE TIME- ,
:this month. -
: SMOKED being tried in Circuit Court. 4; following too closely FOR SALE1.. Quaker Oil I .
the Legion Hall'at 7:30 AMERICAN OIL'STATION U.
p.'m. house W. SouthSt.
furnished 328
: 49C The first verdicts involved 1 case. Anyone interested .should callthe beater 35 BTU with oil tank 8. 301 & SR NO. 16 is now
: t r .. Inquire at 234 South Bay
PICNICS 29C 22 parcels owned by nine prop- Recreation Center and reg: and stand like new $75. 615 St. Itchg available.We .

erty owners represented by A. P. O. Announces Marriage Licenses later for the class as soon as E. Washington St. ito are flexible. Call me and
I 1 Lb. Bag I. Thomas Jr., possible. BE SURE to see WORLD let's discuss It. W. M. Stewart.FR .
Per Lb. FOR SALE -Girls 24 inch
1.Limit 1 With $5 Order The.. trials proceeded. Thursday Xmas ,Schedule John Wesley Phillips. 29. of bicycle. Call 964-6954. 207 N. BOOK before7 buying.any en- (1,1.6-5631 or FR 2-0110.t.hq'

morning' after the selection Jacksonville, ,and Loretta St. Edwards Sets Church St. Itn cyclopedia. M. A. Payne, your

BLUEBIRD PINEAPPLE or GRAPEFRUIT of a new jury with testimony The,' Starke post, office has Joyce ,ChilLs; 17, of Hampton. local representative since 1956. .WORTH THE TRIP !.

: JUICE 46oz.canNORTHERN ., -, ., 21 concerning some 20 parcels announced the following schedule" -; Hobert Lamar Tyler. 19,,ofLawtey : .Church Cleaning FOR RENT .Nicely} furnished Box 603. PRo.964-3794 tfchg Mobile Homes Always
of addiUonal,hours during *JDelma' : 3.room apartment. Electric -
,. owned by clients of H. V. i and, -Padgett- kitchen. 2 Duo-Therm' heat below market, and clean.. i
Knight., the. Christmas season: I I 19, of Maxvffle. Mrs. Randolph Chlsm, ers.,1 1-4 mile on E. Bessent, LuinherSaleWrecking LAKE GENEVATRAILED

TISSUE 3 Rolls 2Sc All verdi ts' will remain seal- Open all day Wednesday, Dee. Herbert Michael Tully, 30. president of the Altar Society, turn left at bridge. Phone FAE

ed until the conclusion of the :12, :and Wednesday, Dec." 20. and, ,Lettie May .Rosier,. .22 asks aU members of St. Ed- 969-1545. ttcbg 1 mi. SE of Keystone Hta.

trials 1... Patten Starting December' 18, :window both jaf Starke. ward's Catholic Church to assist at onRoute100 ;

:CHEER Reg size ., -: 29* announced.WILLIAMS, Judge. George hours will be!,from 8. a. m. chester: Lee Andrews 58 in cleaning the church Ready, mix FOE concrete SALE concrete Camp Blanding -'- -17A.RK :

to5:30p.m. < : : 7Library Tampa and Ethel Coly this Saturday morning at 9:30 block-cones. fence posts sand
JCqupinmt YoIowIng
I Mathis 53, of Starke.L. o'clock. Pans mops, and de? cement mortar mil rock steel. Beautiful 2x4's 2x6'a :
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JIRJSH' c:: Sets $ E. Chester Padgett, 25. tergents are needed, as wellas oyster shell.limerock. and roof .

POTATOES 10 Lbs. a .29c Starke. and Velrja Padgett persons to work. High gravel Phone 964-2521. tfchg. 2x8's2x12'supto 22 I'l=tlngflmU3mA ,.
Book Review Bradford Engineering Co.FOR
1 22-, of axvflle. school students are especially feet Ion?.
I. For Every lob :
J ,, thai Elmer Winfield Tills. 46, urged to take part in this 'SALE OR RENT-2 bed
tGX lRED : Chaplain C. Phipps of Waldo and Virginia Dare activity Mrs. ,Chism' announ room unfurnished house at SELLINGCHEAP Superior Tractor Co.' i

2 For .. JEWELRYREPAIRS Florida State Prison will review -Dopier 44. Hawthorne. ced. Hampton. All modern conven PHONE: EV 94772 i

TOMATOES[ .2Sc : The Day Christ Was : iences.pines.34 M.acres A.mostly Payne.plantedin 204 a. 5352 W. Beam- l&CbeuTWa !

WATCHESWA3OT&8AS Born"vter in at the the'Starke monthly book Monday re- MOSS MOSSand MORE MOSS Glenn St..Phone 9"3794Itchg PHONE 964-4001 FOR RENT, Kingsley Lake

t tI JUST ARRIVED!. library extra fi&e"2, bedroom garage i

Wark: :Gaaniata* 'sight .at 8 o'clock.. FOR SALE- Three different JACKSONBuilding apartment furnished. Circulating -
f FRESH SUPPLY OF YOUR, : A. 'c. --.A' -- .< :> ;. The'" book review isgponsredetw.mnw8 IS NOW BEING, CONTROLLED BY.FLORIDA kinds Clover seed. Pensacola oil heat. Phone Carl

t -. -. ,. -1..Y..... 11.aJ'cw'---,, 'i;;. ; Club PEST,CONTilOD.4LCHEMICAL- CO 'CALLSTARKE'964 seed. Several different kindsof Joln9644201.tfPOE ; ._
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:FAVORITE XMAS CRIIE S1r fk PIi r sad* .fee' gefiwai'pafelic 'is ,'in- Ballard Rr. Phone 964-1851. RENT2 bedroom unfurnished ,
3965 FOR A FREE garage apartment
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I'.;;' "'J' ..., 4.. .. -." County TelegraphSTABEE. ;??; -' -l, : .:.Q' .-" ''f', :.. .- .HT"uo.
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; ment Station. seeded this month are baby's
I engaged- In business at Route said name with the Clerk of the
Pre-emergence damping-off breath blanket flower blue- I t. Box 15S, Lake.Butler, Florida.IU Circuit Court of Bradford

Let'sGardethng,Go rots the seedlings before the I eyed African daisy, butterfly IS*; -Lake p".. Merrill Butler, 'Route Fla. 2 Box I County John Florida.W. Yoak

let young sprouts break throughthe flower California poppy cal- .Richard.. Jones Box 248. Mao 11-30 U U-Z1
i soil. This phase of the disease itp sis. carnation candytuft cleony, Fla.
Dated this nth day of November -
Is most severe in cool, Chinese forget-me-not, Flo a A. IX. 1911 at Starke.I. ra HEREBY GIVEN
jc7:1.z': ::5 : I the undersigned, desiring
wet soils when germination is : ra's paintbrush larkspur petunia IX K Bradford, County 11-30 Florida. 12-21 ..... in business under the
slow.. disease s_ fIs fictitious of "PLAZA
Post-emergence poppy, snapdragon, and r- ; name
By Hervey Sharpe I'I v ? LODGE MOTEL" on U. S. 301
attacks the seedlings. Succulent verbena.
-4 .: NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN North of the' City of Starke,
Florida Agricultural stems become blackenedand Window BoxesA rkt that the undersigned desiring t0engage Florida. Intend to register the
' Extension Service a 'k : In business. under the said name with the Clerk of the
water soaked at the soil .
good mixture plant- fictitious name "HONEST Circuit Court of Bradford
i ground line. Plants will and ing material adapted to the ..1"7.:" JOHN'S GULF SERVICE STA.. County Florida.S .
A beautiful garden Is like ZZ7/ TION" at C6I North Temple I ( ) Lester J. Ruester
the vow-for better or for fall. The roots decay and the exposure and plant care are '- ... e'..". Avenue in the'City of Starke,1 I (S) Marie. A. Ruester
'plants die- I I necessary for a successful windowsill .". ; '" Florida Intends to register the 11-30 4t 18-81Itift
Worse- bec use'flowers also .f / # I i ;
How To Treat T C' e el ,
thrive on love and care. I I project. A suggested ) ii
I Treating flower seeds with soil mixture '''
r So to keep from,being divorced for the house l L ----"' .
protectant dusts such as I plants is equal parts of sand fl
from a living beauty,
Arasan Ceresan Cuprocide i peat moss and good garden ,
start off romance of
Semtsan or Spergon prevents soil. To each bushel mix in a
flowers quite warmly. losses. It takes practically no half-pound of complete fertilizer "
That is, bake the soil priorto time at all. such as 6-6-6 or 888. r Y Boxes J
filling the seed ] Sterili- I
flats. For small packets of seeds, It's a good idea to grow not
zing the soil Insures healthy
place a pinch of the protestant over two or three kinds of

seedlings for transplanting. dust' in the packet with the plants per window box. You ; H 00. L B 0 N 0j(8
< H 0 :
Baking soil at 160 degrees for J
like to ,
seed.and shake it vigorously consider color ; <<< Oranges
two hours will kill nematodes ,. .
until all the seed are coated. combinations too. This could 9 19/ 17 t
weed seed and damping-off This coating of fungicide will include blue pink and white; 2'y. tr --I. i
organisms. Formalin will also red white A e 24- G -r Dr. Whiffen II I By Fast Express Delivery Guaranteed
kill or inhibit[ the organism: and blue; red and I I
cleanse go!!. Damping-off of .
on the seed or in the soil and. yellow; or red with white. : : '
seed and seedlings is the risk Trailing vines ,, : ; HQ'O L. .i New OptometristWill
provide temporary protection and green foliage 'i : .' J The Beat in Christmas Gifts
you,run If you fail to treat during germination. plants go well with all of ;.11\> Associate t\\
the seed sterilize the soil.
There types of Dr. Miller advises sowing these. = RS' jj"J With \\ : From Florida {]
are two Dr. MarcoDr.
seed in flats rather than in the Suggested plants for grow-

I. damping-off fungus that are open. By using flats it is ing m window boxes are begonias cURRFiT ;' ;t g. ,
responsible for stand or l TREE FRESH FRUIT
poor easier to control growing con- coleus, ferns wander s 1 ". Seymour Marco Starke
weakened plants, according toe ditionsespecially during the ing jew vinca, geraniums ,: ',1 optometrist has announcedhis ,
I Dr. H: N Miller, plant pathologist '.. association with Dr. D.' DIRECT FROM THE'GROVES
cool days ahead. pansies petunias protulaca, ; ,,,,:t |v.
.}) 'with the University of Almost any shallow box can marigolds nasturiums, and : e ,+. ". .:..".+
Florida Agricultural Expert- be converted intoa flat. Be verbenas. .'''\ of optometry, effective '
We You Place Order
Suggest Your
.J, December Early J
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sure the bottom of the box Don't be too anxious to '. 1'\-tff I.
has plenty of holes or cracksto prune out "dead" wood from Dr. Whiffen has had broad

allow good drainage. Soil your shrubs after a cold snap. E) : experience in correcting the I' Dowling Produce Market

for the flat should be fertile, Cold will often defoliate .. ..:..J.;.., ..,.. < ;.-:
.. t.w containing a fair amount of branches without killing the school children as well,as "
r $t. organic matter. wood. If you cut out wood Your Tax DollarBradford adults, with the use of glasses, ACROSS THE STREET FROM SETlER'S
County C ,
contact lenses and subnormal
Before transplanting the an- soon after a cold wave you .

nuals from the flats into the might discover that you have visual aids. He served five .'-.. '-

garden free the garden soil cut out live wood. So1 let the County tax payers I pay off the county's outstand- I .12 cents with 1.31 cents of years in the army .and was .

'The' HEMLOCK HILL, Large of nematodes. fungi and weed shears stay in the shed until may look at the above chart ing indebtedness.Total that going to pay outstanding stationed in Berlin.. Germanyfor

living room, private' dining seeds. There are several chem- you're sure of the exact extent and tell at a glance exactly i millage is the same as I indebetedness of that fund. three years. In the Berlin
icals you can use. The most I of cold damage. where their tax dollar is going, last I Hospital he was. chief of the
room, U-shaped kitchen,three year 41.25. but the county But the .63 cents of outstanding RED CEDAR
ample bedrooms opening on effective is methyl bromide. I thanks to Tax Assessor Gene commission added one mill, to indebtedness of the fine in optometry treatment section specializing

private hall, bath and porch.' However, you may choose Long who thinks that if you 18.25 while the school board and forfeiture fund is not included and prevention
of visual children
other materials such For a garden project that is problems in
as vapam pay, you should know what dropped one. back to 23 mills. in the 4.84 cents assigned -
READY 66.25 and Mylone. different grow "pint-size" you're paying for. As can be seen from the total to the general fund. If Prior to his release from

TO LIVE IN A few annuals that can beStenographer's plants in a five gallon glass The county's entire budget .:budget county schools get you attempt to arrive at $1 by optometrist active duty he was Hood chief'
per Month container. at Port ,
totals 413773.47 this year of 55.78 cents of each tax dollar adding you must therefore
The project is ideal for the which 145393.64 goes to the while the county commission exclude the 1.31 cents which Texas.
Florida room. One of his memorable: ex:
county commission $230,710.06 I gets 44.22 cents to the
goes pay outstanding indebtedness
You could christen the pro- to. county schools, and the periences while in Berlin was ,
: As the chart is drawn above of the road and '
ject_ .demijon u farming but to .remaining' $37,669.77 goes to; the road and bridge totals 12- bridge fund.Recent to visit Spandau prison to.: ; FOR
f wt 'pica forestall visits by revenue officers prescribe reading glasses'forthe :: SALE!

a better name is ter for the ornamental venture he lets creeping fig English ivy Births prisoners. These'men'w ie' I r : .
rarium. among the most noted
suggests placing at least-
one [small varieties], fittonia I
war criminals of World *WA .Choose Your Tree While
Besides serving as a conver- inch of pea-size gravel in the snake
peperomia plant [small
The MAPLE HILL has '
a spa. Bradford County Hospital H [Hess Neurath; :
cious of livingdiningarea sational piece it will place your bottom of the container. 'varieties] and tradescantia.To the Speer von It's' Stilly :Growing Tag
expanse announces following and von SchlrachJ. :
green thumb in a show case. Then cover the gravel .with
maintain the '
with convenient L-shaped births: Dr. Whiffen has been In It- nd .Plck.Up When
A round glass globe aquarium about three inches of mixture
I a ventilate the terrarium when .
kitchen, plus three bedrooms,. Mr. and practice in Texas'for 'two Decorate
large-mouth : of one part Mrs. Ronnie Mun- You're Ready Tp,
bottle large- i peat and one sides of the glass have collected .
bath and entrance porch. dorff Starke, a 'son, Patrick years and is leaving this prgci t-: *
stemmed glass or other clear : part sandy soil adding one an abundance of moisture; I 'I .
Wayne Nov: 29. tice ,.to join Dr. Marco.Here. -
glass containers fine for teaspoon of 6-6-6 fertilizer i
are .
BASIC :55.50HOUSE. for water only when necessary to .
: housing a1' miniature garden. each two. quarts, of the mix! furnish soil moisture Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. DjWhiffen was rergdSan ,Uj i : -
and add
"Per.llonthPLUS \ The Glass enclosure protects .tureSet limited amounts of fertilizer. Alvarez Starke a daughter, -Angelo., Texas, attendedNorth i : ...$1"r'o.. .

ALL'EQUIPMENTThe delicate foliage brittle stems plants in theglass: en- Plants in a terrarium will Donna Lynn, Nov. 29. Texas State oOtege'in .. .; : J .
Denton his'Doc
and received
and leaves that are difficultto closure at the same depth as survive for long periods with- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy G. Norman :
tor of Optometry degree from
grow in the open.A found growing wild, in the out feltilizer. The And : Up For
object is to Starke a son Eric Alan the Southern College of 'Optometry r
terrarium is ideal for garden or in pots.:
keep .the plants healthy but Dec. 1, in Memphis Tenn." Cut Trees
i growing certain plants under If youuse a growing
narrow-mouth slowly--just short ofa
Dr. Whiffen will reside in
adyerse conditions.It i container, you will find long I II starvation diet. ,
Starke with his wife, Anne-
is an ideal environmentfor I tweezers or sticks !.
111 helpful in Keep terrarium plants away NOTICE OF IXTEXTIOJf TO rose and their daughter, Jean
numerous plants that the
from direct sunlight Ann. age 4.
as they
CHESTNUT HILL living otherwise would perish in the Plants suggested for terrariums Notice .is hereby given that
the undersigned, under the
normally dry atmosphere of are naturally adapted to pro
and dining area with are fairy footprints visions of Chapter 20,953 Laws ford County. Florida.' upon re-
the home. Growing plants behind ; of proof of publication *f 410 Short Street Starke, Fla.
kitchen,three partridge growing in dark damp areas: of Florida. Acts of 1941 will celpt
ventilation, berry,
cross I this notice the fictitious none
register with the Clerk of the I
adds ,
curved glass luster
large bedrooms separated Posture Chair fern selaginella. African vio- in the woods. Circuit Court in and for Brad- of Trl-Countjr Land & Development .!
I and reflection to the arrange-i Co. under which' we art
area for complete LII -
from living -== '
both and porch- 32.95 ment. : ;
privacy, Dr. T. J. Sheehan orna- II

READY 67-64 s. mental horticulturist with the
University of Florida Agricul- Slade Gas : : : '
Wishes You the '
TO UVE IN per Month Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH tural Experiment Stations, .

says that a terrarium is easy I ,,_, I
to set up.After .

i I,"--- selecting the container- I Season WARMEST 1 Greetings With

} The CYPRESS RIDGE. A delightful !- 1 I ISanfals

(home with large living room, II I __ [
dining-kitchen area with serv
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Ing bar, two bedrooms bath, I t DEARBORN VENTED BEAUTY

,front carporLASIC.porch and optional 1 WE STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE GROCERIES I i i s "MADISON" BY DEARBORNi J II

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I 49.03HOUSE bright' .. btavty'
i BTU oeA fcmotfl Gtor.
1 : 25,000 outside
; perMonlhTheOAKHllLAlotofhoift 607 E. Brownlee Ph. 969-1093 i I N 'EW'bore .ftQiM.rfogbora Mulde,

ILUS AlL EatsMgii' i I # A, TRADE-AT-HOME: : +a+ "even :::

'DELIGHT omoag fr'* ea
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!1\,I 40,000 BTU .,,;a NEW' t o dSdlag..o..' z Ea

rr # SMOKED BACON lb 39c I 9S' .... ........ btil '

4d&. < il DEARBORN HEATER ; 1 U "f lr W Ril.iJ ,

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for the money, with huge PORK CHOPS PORK CHOPSLB. "i :
living-dining area. a II'.,""' '' I

kitchen, three bedrooms, both LB. .... ..tar .. ____ I I

end optional carport. I 39c 59c GAS {=trMi.: I I

READY SO'33TO Having a Slade LP Gas Tank at your home't" ......d'._ I Ii

UVE IN per Mont FreshPorkSale 'i makes good sense. Regardless of weather, '0 i z

Heats 5 and Big Business decisions, you have your l It .

FRESH PORK OR TENDERIZED Gas Supply. Slade assures of periodicRooms
you .... ...., ..

'THE INSTITUTE- FOR, WAM lb. a 49c service. which keeps your: Tank FulL LP Gas ," ........... :

I \IS. the Safest, Hottest Gas available and it .... .....___ L -

is Not'Poisonous! It ds d s _- ,

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Slade Gas. of Starke HEATS ENTIRE HOME

400 W. Madison St. GRADE "A" I FROM

PHONE 964-8641 FRYERS'b.33' I I.!. 332 W. Madison (Next to W a- fee) Convenient Terms CaH 9s435s1.H .

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II ;" Held Rites SaturdayFor -- r.....rVVVTYVVVVVYVVVVVHILL .. ,
Prison rehearsal, 7:30 '
? ': > Inmates. ; p. m. 1
nursday For, Mrs.. Redding Wi A sub-district council'meet.
:0. rwentOriginalPlay '
Kenyth Kelly In Raiford Church ing of the 'MYF will. be held PREVAIT'S GROCERIES .& MEATS

v. -Funeral services-forKenyth: Mrs.:Edna Howard'Reddini'. .:. "b"Mr a. J.4 5trfe11 4 in Chuich the 'Lake"Butler, 'S n<1ay 'Dec.Methodist 10. 624 EASTBRONNLEE
.. .. An arl,'ital (wih'hiusic# .
."*- Doyle, Keuy .16, of Starke.wCTe .. a'bf:tWfo die'd !Thlirsdli'y, ;; ; iiUjUlU1tlC1; ST
"Chr finas 'yndercover," will
held'at'4 p. m. 'Thuwday '' ... ,,-
inVStarke : .
in Jones'Me'morial: 'Chapel fifov1 30 V'.brt f'1Unes.lshe'bspltalafter *wis' ,- rm e1&ffi1 "e izg'bi'Tam'p Se' fj presented:% .inmates .
n' with l fav'B: w, Sweat, pastorof : ; gistted at"C1Ay Im )afearb 'Ili-Flo ia.State. Prison jat7:30p'in. i
b6rnttov.-8. 1905-at&len Bt; '
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Boatdrain Baptist Chtfrch. s ncertIy.dfrs. ; 1liesday'Dec. 19;):
officiating: He died( 'Sloiri 1 Mary's.'Survi'ving. +;. hcfie "Wbl eeadit 'h "1nth fri3tn':chapel i : i-
night 'as "'a 'result 'of Injuries are her husbirld,; J ;houie i ahdn 5it'dip ''same "Tfie*tpduction .v as,'been
received when the'utnindbfe E11erf P.' Redding' of Raif6&! 'i. tn er! m e"Is :"imPinvirlg rrlfx4n tid' fed J:and Will

.- in -,bleb'be'Was', a ""passenger three br Ufers. J. C. Howard 'aifer'a ierl 1'1s si fdet.\ 'be'petfortned"by"inmate' iembf' -

struck a train 'near'BtStfkfe. Itd':1s': t h '$otiPard. both'fJacksonville ,. Mr. Ladd t'Ulys'MI-- .: tso" "thi'' "ri1s Ona'rCliapel FRIDAY SATURDAY DEC. '8-9
.'. : Doyle (lwas "a"' Idth' 7.gM'de: .end tLA'wj erice'\. .- .iett1 spent Srveal' aysaeeeritly''with'he' Choir ."under ..the supervision' 1

student .at ::tBradfefd 'High '1toWa l, 'Maeclenriy' ; ;and' forte .c... .. ..'. 'fcJonn 'Wi50ns6tis} hf.. Rt v. E"F.: --\raYio, chap-.'1 12izkI
-Sqheol.imd a teeinbeT of :the "'sister+Mrs." 'Etta, 'K ii1 fid,; I! ":.' :._, 'Mr. 'adiett "' .,mnan'Mr. 'lahrr I SMOKED FRESH PORK
Baptist Church. 'He, born Baldwin 1 :: /f. : pUb c'fnvi.ated 'to. 'attend r.y
f was vir
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r 'March 21, 1945 in Starke. Funeral services were held ."., .'.,- M '11Zrs. 'john iB i '' this'lpresentafion.ryy R BA CON -lb. 39c Shoulder--lb. 39c

.. -and had: lived, here, *Ufats. at 1 p. In.. Saturday' in 'the ,' bogy "fiS tid*bid TRi lhioazBffci'rlarrdY 'g---! *****&* f
: r1 _: 4 'r ftaifofa Baptist Church, f : : METHOfilST'CHURCHchectu1eif6r'week

Ma Surviving are his parents which she was a lember,+ wife v :: 'Wehfd We f on sat : FRESH DRESSED RIB AND

: Mr. and Mrs\yarren W.' d1- Rev, Allen fc. frri&officiating! it.- :i.: ctmrch iifattty'14h0'Iia'ti'" Ptrieei1' o. of Dec. .iT.

a ly, .and three Bisters; :&rts. Burial has feftheffemifyin plot 1 hefe rbef6z a.jh }d .1ife, .iio: :- .. ..' "' HENS -E--II 29c STEW{. 39cCENTER
: Vdnclel *Fute, Mrs. ,ShlffeyTpmlinson bit Gn5fe ,Ceni tery ttdftj 1 :.ltNJifIIfMt ;Wt!h'eseeniedo=13 e'it')?Si t.Y'vell .. 'OunClaY' ,-. Q1Urch. chool, L ;; T
; .arid 'Mrs' Carb1 nbfami.'all of 4fccrfN&ijnux dtfectifo l nand "i\rin enure 'rack :S4.5! sa. Mor'rzidg,'W rshtP! _,
: of Starke. I DeWittfC'! fe, Jones F6 eFi41 JIt .i tlaln'yaairiis. Ithrbut e 1. :in:: ShatkSupper 'lor -This'man is mournful because: '

S Burial was in [Crosby Lake Home.. :clew = nf- tr'Rtl ''1'feseott! i'6 5 .7hYquth Meetlrigs.. ; CUT ALL MEAT .

Cemetery xmderthe section 4thb t i1rs. ;'. wertA: ,,! $ Ii iJbn, *_.St Mfs JOn& ,b i it 9\-0; FWew I o .,' 'J)1ilor' ) 'Choir) Wor-rej- a.'His wife left him Pork --lb.: ib.
ofVttt 'c. 'Jones'Funeral{ R. Bruner, John G. .Saw,' 'btd. : hers 1. rp. in.'leninl;: ,' Chaps 59c STEM 59c(
Home. Active pallbearer !- '7-3ij1.: ) : n.'Wes1de 're- b. His wife 'Ciidn't.'Ieave him
-- ., ;- were John Godwin, T.H.Rahh.:( %7H."Pillla'nis'andti : J '-One -f fHu an iJi idoh sehtTdren I- ittii iifyp '' :3'0m..
W. 'Dunagan 8
Tom Cfc >n, 'Boger Dale 8 Rev. 'M. : 6 _
1 !: A. Bryan. lias eeii 'sfd 'Growing '
t1. children
and adults
+ Dixon,Grady OVerstreet, Billy Funston' Ga. has been called \anti qn' rtne fiosgital) .. 'fshoin'e'again Monday4lethadist..,.:. ., > :Men'sVhtb 'too require the 'richness FRESH :PORK CHUCK .
Melson, -Bonnie JafweU.), und is 'Pat rtof the Mafeisdh itr siovly i :i ..tfi P rm'FelIowS1i! Hall.
libraryfioard ,. : "" of bottled mOo. Seriously,
: Street Church, effective '
Baptist .-
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pfovin%: I IUtfre .. '&- HAMS a. 49c STEAK I. 49c
1 To.Meet ISttnliay 5 .X Dec.lp.Besides'the lotrald ; OSIey 'dad'the' .Tti w',4'=' r '(eeya4 Serwffl'njefet.lw .- fresh, rich, enero-packed .
: John AndersonSustain ;FunstonBaptiSt btdeuild1 : F 1-
{ milk is
r a necessity
= everymeaL : .
Wfth\ Cpnsultant_ rtiisidrtlbfe't i ) 'cttt t his fiTe lowirl t1j i ..ILtrs 'M. -
Church, which he is J 'P. '
: : Be sure to try our premium FRESH ,FRESff GROUND .
Serious '
'*, *i tt> carne liere, 'the 'new'pastorhas on bsihe .WitefN l isya ago! t'iSS1 *1JUie 1
Foot Injury 'M Gretchen Schenk, nationally 'served ;churches in'Edison, % 'WMtlfend%'rottiefhoof i Li S,: Mra. Howetl\ :Nas-. milk today. '

kridwn; 'library <0hgultant Sycamore, and :Albany, Ga. llfgbJand'Ciitucfi h'meet rorti.r$fi!t'esses: Wesleyanervie SIDE.Ib.. 39C I Hamburger-E; 49C ,
will meet with members Thtirsdap, 'DeC. -ft. 1J11 .:.. -
John D. Anderson of Cocoa ;during Ms tninistry. At'preserit : t tdm; meet at "
of the Bradford CountyLibrary )ten tb itSnd itid ,.. .. ;
son at.frs. A, yf. Anderson of he [is vice-moderator 6f re '- 4riatiie: 'rof \' i
Board and members 'fie MiS. Chas. C.
brfnksoi ieO t 'ift& 'th m.
Stgrke'recety da s rio1s"footinJUI'l Colquitt County' Association inJeorgla. ;
Tuesday morning as Of the staff 'on Wednesday, < ,Associational 'Tram- 'Our .6uiiday.'bc\'hoof i jbins, 7/3: (> .' /Circle. 4. will We Chill and Cut Meat for Your Deep Freeze

he was- duck ..hchtus"trtW r :'tfec. ?, a't'theMtarke| ?' Library, ing Union Director, 'arid a TriLfu1 i biier't h3th improved i meet:it home of Mrs.', 'nr'ew

Banana ''Biter liear 'Ceeoa. 'Mr*. ISclienk) conducting trustee of Norman'College. He some 'to-Iltteridance'last'Bun- 'Reddish, 8 'p. .m. '
Anderson apparently lost. .a survey of the Santa Fp'Librttry -: has Ser>led as"president- of theOeorgia'State'Training day. The Beginners won the Wednesday Prayer Meet- I PREY TI'SGROCERIES & MEA is-
clotat. 'the request Uhibn : Sunday
his tm1anee aiWW tossed banner. There were.58: in '
into the river, where hisright; of'the Regional Board. She Convention; and 'as\-an >ap!. School arid ,21,,m. TU. mg, "1d_'Bible.SW 0 ; 7:30:: p.

'foot was badly mangled by: has- been acting, -" ..director' :of \3roved' stat '':wo'kerHe is a I Don't forget ,Prayer Meeting m. .624 E. BRO\VNLEE. STREET. ,
the .propeller' blades '& 't1 e. the: HiElama. 'Public'libraryService"divisibn. _., graduate"of'Mercer'UMverty I every Wednesday at.7 p. m Thursday A Chancel'._i., _.a,. _Choir tN,."' .. ., .... ... .. ..... .'_" Ii .. .. 0 . ... .. ... 'J" ,.. ....
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'beat'Wcker: fie'isr Cbnfuied'td( I State 'Libra lh' Macon, 'Ga. where he majored f h
a hospital at Cocoa and doc, j {Bible studies. "
dan of Washington, and has CARD tF tHANES '.
tors' have said it ,fiiifiit tw d' :;Mrs.!bunagan 'is 'a graduate j f.:; 'I
: .. bit?. in Los Angeles :Milwaukee ,
'necessary to aiApuUtei'come: '' 'Of'Creighton Business College, To all the wonderful friends'
of the toes on 'the"foot' and other ,public 'li- and is an approved State who bore 'Wiib'me 'the Idss Hf.

Anderson is an employee. ol f braries. She recently, -. ] directed, : Training Union worker. i my beloved husband, I ''findno 'H HOTTEST NOVEMBER

Florida Ppwer & Light vt cy surveys ,in Montana, Kev da, The Dunagans have ,three words .tn'epiess the deplh

and reside9jt 1 6'f IRJ'e3tvie. w r Missouri; ,'and N NeVYork p'r te. daughters Melva, and Angle,: of my gratHade. Your tails "",

Drive; Zn Cocoa., : ,. who are enrolled in lift College and cards your flowers.. and S'.

1 _- .. -- .. and Donna, who is a'' letters and also the food-Arid
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P.- student in Junior High School. prayers'all the'countless was

Over Years 'They have purchased ,a homeat you, found to express your' IN I
t : I 1211 Bradford. Street' and love," sympathy-. .and sorrow .; .
t' will be 'occupying it thismonth. will Aever'be forgotten. also
Constant Service' .' wish to ,tliarzt"th6'Rev.- 'B o '
Badgett, 'Dr. TPete Felos a4d' t; 'r : '
In making the
Fire tiQ, '.iUty: Life said ment: "We the feel, Pulpit that,Commute our churchis staff funeral'home Mr..Schmiit staff;and for, their the : .And here's the -
what started he !
? I fortunate to get a' pastor dfMr.Dunagan's kindness.-Mrs. Agnes Watson:: ; "; j, wave

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furtherance of the Gospel J "I: Last month more Americans bought r4s,than in options. Third is economev Ford model ispriced
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,, v : .::,,- p ..-: -'-'" .- 0._ .- .:.'. : line was end-to-end* all across'the country. and up :and medium.or,small,' givesyou;; gasoline mileage outstanding

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.: then Ford Dealers and new Falcons ands Vi %*? v ?> '
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T 9 T T T T Mrs. Leon Ellington and fam- ors were Mr. and Mrs. Me-. ceding the I 1 at 4155 Edison for better .
evening worship. Ave. I they were invited to delicious ed to promote a understanding -} says. treat., .. .
ily of starke.. Kenzie and daughter of Jacksonville Members and visitors Personals
enjoyed birthday cake and of soils and their j
) L. M. Another of will
Hollingsworth Prayer
executive Day
( GRAHAM We are sorry to report that Mr. and Mrs. Padgettof the meal and fellowship.. I I t I. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Giddens- drinks. About ,10 young guests best use. secretary for the State be observed: January 1 at the

Mrs. ,Roy Roark has-been on Hague H. C. Surrency The Woman's Society of and family .of Winter Haven enjoyed this occasion. With the weather staying Soil Conservation Board MacManus missionary homein

By Richard Cain the sick list for the past few Gainesville, and: Mrs. Maxine Christian Service met,, at the spent the Thanksgiving' New Arrival fair, folks are planting winter that reports .over the state says Wellborn. .
days. She is much better at Imler of Gainesville. home hodilays"'here
of Mrs. R. E. Lee Mon with Mr, and
i Mr: and Mrs. Vince Taylor pastures. The District equipment Indicate that progress is being
The children welcomed backto
., the; time of this ,writing. We are happy to note ,that day night. Dec. 4, with Mrs. Mrs. James Coleman and
I the birth of is being used
announce a son. regularly. male: in our schools on soil Bible School last Sunday
Mrs. Russell Starling of several families in H. I
our area C. Wainwright family.
and Mrs. W. E. Strick : presiding.The Gerald, Reid Wednesday.. Wilton Conner used the grain and water conservation by re-
Gainesville was visiting, Mr.. s are adding onto Mr. and Mis. Flannelgraph teacher
land of Fort or remodelingtheir program was on Christmas Buddy Browning -
McCoy were _Nov., ,29, in the Ed Fraser drill.to plant rye.,Lonnie Harley source-use education.AT Mrs. Hippie, who has just
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones Friday. 1 homes. These improvements in the New Testament. of Jacksonville spent all returned
and Mrs: Carl Memorial Hospital at Mac- used the cultipacker to
Jones .Sundayv Mrs. Edward Broughton i invariably'h lp the Mrs. Wells presented it In an of last week with Mrs.Brown- from a vlstt'with her
clenny. plant clover and D. H. Craw THE TABERNACLE'
visited, her sister Onnieof 1 looks of the entire neighbor interesting ing's parents. Mr. and Mrs. brother in Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs:,.W,'C. Brough manner, assistedby ford used, the spreader to fertilize
ton were visiting Mr; and Mrs. Daytona Beach. hood.' Among these are Mr. Mrs. Orville Bumgarner F. B. Coleman and family. his pastures.I The all-day Prayer Service
Carl Broughton this weekend. Mrs. Kate Starling has returned and Mrs. James A. Griffis Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Mrs. They plan to move soon into held at the Gospel Tabernaclelast AIRPARK BAPTIST

Medical. Corpsman W. C. home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling. Jack BrasseL Mrs. W. A. Fox the home which they have was talking to Bob Pater- Thursday was attendedat CHURClf

Broughton is temporarily stationed -' her son. Earl Starling, and and Mr. and Mrs. Barry Dyal. led the Christmas responsive bought next door to. the'Cole- son pastures.the other He has day about winter intervals during the day by Sunday School. 9:45; a. m.
daughter, Mrs. Earnest Or- To the residents of Graham mans. some
at reading and offered prayer. representatives of four de- 11:15.
NOrfolk Va., wait- Morning Worship
tages, of Jacksonville.Mr. any news should be We regret that rye.for green feed this winter,
written At Ernest Well-
| The Churches
Ing orders to nominations. The music 6:30
report to New Our Soil Our StrengthS plans to start grazing'i whenit by Training :Union : p. m.
York to be shipped out on the ., and Mrs. Bobby Sur- down and 'left with the postmaster j Grace Methodist hausen is seriously ill' in is about foot Rev. L. G. MacManus and son Evening Service, 7:15.Rev..

U. 8.- S. Sabine to sea duty. rency have returned to .their on Mondays anytimebefore Church School 9:45: Morning Bradford County Hospital'and Conservation a high, and of Wellborn was a special Robert Haisten pastor.
: home in Tampa after an extended 4 p., m. Thanks.Your Worship '11,'Evening Worship wish him a 'speedy recovery.Mr. graze down to about four
Sunday dinner guests of stay with'Leon Wynn. Reporter for the Graham '; NEWSBy inches. After that he will fertilize
sec- .
Mr.. ::39. MYF Wednesday and Mrs. N. L. Cannon
Mrs. H. E. it and
Starling let the
''Were Mrs. Mrs. A. T. Andrews of tion. evening at 7 followed by choir and son. Bruce, and WilburAustin >Bfil >Haw rye grow AMBULANCE SERVICE
Rachel back before
Starling of Gainesville her CHURCH NEWS turning the cows
was visiting
rehearsal at 8. were. involved in
an '
JacksonVille Mrs. Leila New parents Mr. and Mrs. H. M. The ladies of the Graham First BaptIStS automobile accident last week on it'again. PHONE 964-2600
some and niece Sen. Charley E. Johns attended
of JacksonVille Wasdin, Monday. Baptist Church, WMU, will ; Ethan Sapp tells me the rye'he. DeWitt
Mr. and Mrs. W. Dyal of ay School 10, Morning on Highway 228 west of Cecil the Area Soil Con C. Jones Funeral Home
;Mrs. Jennings Starling and hold their next meeting at planted is growing off just
Worship 11, BTU 6:30: p. m.Evening Field. Mrs. Cannon and Bruce
Starke. Mr. and servation District Supervisors DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
Mrs. Jessie fine
children have returned to the church at 7 p. m. Tuesday, received minor and Lawrence Batten
Worship : Prayer injuries butare
Starling in Green Cove
of Tampa Lewis Princeton Fla. after a short] Dec. 12.Rev. meeting Wednesday recuperating nicely. meeting says the red clover he planted Starke, Fla.
Thomas Springs with Hamilton,
and family of Starke, visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. C. L. Redding has been 7:30. is coming up good. "I got a RENTAL SERVICES
Miss Mr .and Mrs. Harvey Mc- Leaton Jr.,' andiLon- '
and Hazel Morgan !
Jones of Starling called as pastor for the next I good stand of clover even In
Bro ker. Mrs. Virgie Stress 'o 1 Pherson and baby have moved nie Harley Supervisors for Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
Walter.E. and lam. year. We'are this dry weather, Lawrence
Ratliff glad to have him
Shanesville Ohio visited the Mrs..
into Lang's houseto the Bradford Soil Conservation
Mr, .and Mrs. H M.'Whad .. .
asdiA ily left Monday for Milton, with tis.We Ed May family during the Manville District. Awards were presented -
as Sunday guests Arnold where Mr. Ratliff will report are sorry to note that week.
Wasdin. R. M. Wasdin and for duty, after a' visit herewith Sunday School attendance Miss Shirley Higginbotham to outstanding conservationists
Sunday dinner guests of Mr.and Complete Photographic Service
last in the northeast area.
Mr. spent Saturday night with #
Drew, all of JacksonvilleMrr his parents. Mr. and[| has dropped in the last two Mrs. J. E. Warren were
Miss Marie Taggart and wentto Plans were made, to have the
and Mrs. George Rivernad Mrs. L. E. Ratliff. Sundays. Let's everyone come Mrs. Lena Belle Warren and
Orange Park to M'Mr' Area Speaking Contest in
as Sunday guests Mr. andI Mr. and Ms. Tom Lefevers and help build it back see
:. up. son daughter-in-law.. 'Orange Park crowned. April. Cameras I Hallmark Greet"in;
and family had as Sundaydinner Graham Baptist Church and Mrs. Quinton Warren Jr.. BULLINGTON
guests John R. Lefev WMU, Lottie Moon Week f Doable Birthday; Party The FFA boys under the
o: of Valdosta. Ga. and the,Lesley
t"l'IfI Mrs. Raymond Kilgore supervision of Paul Hutchins Watches "
'lj en
,ers of Jacksonville. Prayer Program was held Bradley family of Kings- "Feature Lock"
Sunday dinner guests of.Mr. Wednesday, Nov. 29. We are tertained at her home here and Curtis Marlow will participate -
ley Lake. Jewelry
'",{1;,'' .,,' 'S', ', .,.-{''i'f. !- .(,. and Mrs. John McKinneywere I glad to know that the ladle :Mr. and Mrs., G. O. Monsellof Monday afternoon with .a in a land judging program Bibles Studio and Gift Shop Diamond

.' ,"' r Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Red of our community are taking Jacksonville and Mr. and birthday party honoring her December 8th on the
Yr A ;.' 11 such ,active twin sons, Floyd'and Lloyd farm of L. D. Green which Tape Recorders Wedding(
:.v ding and family and Mr. and an part in their Mrs. Dan Parrish of Maxville
\ Ii .. .. Mrs. Albert Redding and'family WMU work. Those taking part were visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. on their 11th, birthday anni is located northwest of Starke. Phonographs Starke, Florida Sets ': '

t > : t) ," all of Raiford: Mr. andMrs. I j in Wednesday night's program J. Anders and Bill last Sun versary. The young, crowd en The land appreciation school
? x Eugene 'McKinney and I1 were: Mrs. Maude Sur joyed games after which and judging contest is design-

,.;..'!' family of Tampa Olan Poof lk rency opening' prayer;; Mrs day.Mr.. and Mrs. Roy R. 'Reddish .

a. ,4, ", -.. Brooker and Mr. and Mrs.V. N. J. Lefevers, poem. ; Mrs of Webster;spent Sunday En joy that '
d, t" ; L. McKinney of Gaines Alma' Leta Sparks scripture 0
"'} a r.;. to' Monday with Mrs. V. R. ';
ville. reading; Mrs. Frances Crews, Reddish.Mr. ;1 .

,, ; t? We are sorry to report the II leader for the day; Mrs. N. J, and Mrs..George Atkinson -

c death of a horse belonging to Lef avers, Latin America; Mrsry of Jacksonville visited REFRESHING

i' Little Lee" Sparks but are ve j Bessie Wasdin, Africa,.Europe,F Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye and s NEW FEELING Coca-Cola !

glad that he has another onto e Near East; Mrs. FrancesCrews. children last Sunday.

y take the place of the one The Orient; Mrs. Mazie Mrs. Clifton Smith and Miss ,,
M I he lost. Redding Message from r y0.x\.a v. "COCA-COWANO-COKE"ARE REGISTERED TRADEMARK
:i Guinn Tanner were in Jack- ,,
.' .. Mrs. Ida Jones I Doctor B. J. Cauthen .
."'''' ..' has received\ ; Mrs sonville on business Saturday. .
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word that her brotherin.law.E1ige Irene Ratliff Period of Di Mr.. and Mrs. W. J. Wilkison

Strickland of Mulberry reeled ,,Prayer; Mrs: N. J. Le, are spending some time with || v',
i'fWAITsTOD has had a stroke and is in fevers. Appeal for Lottie I their son-in-law; and daughterin

serious condition. Mr. Strick- Moon Christmas Offering; Jacksonville..
land used to be a resident of Master Lee Sparks and Master Mr. and Mrs. S. H. <
Thompson : /
our' community.Miss Tommie Lefevers Ingather-, I of Lake Btuler and. Mr. j x 1:

Ruth Mann, of Brooker ing of the Offerings; Mrs. and :Mrs. Marvin Thompson :- .

LATE Mr.was a Saturday guest of tation Frances; Miss Crews Shebbie Closing Prevatt Medi-, of Jacksonville' spent Sunday|t| ,." ." ., .., .. ., ..1\\ ..' ,'" ..w<,' ,. .. ,
and Mr.
Mrs. John McKinney. with and Mrs. Troy,Ben- .c".i

;:Before' the little woman gets o:n', Mr.. and Mrs. Allen Ward closing solo; Rev. C. L. Redding, nett.Mrs.

'your neck about the house being and daughter of St Marys prayer. B. E. Reddish visited Sf' k'y y.k, ',._,,;".. 'j' a a,r.. Yr

cold and drafty..before you're u,,. Ga., were visiting her Satur. .AAAAAAA. AAAAAAA ...1 her sister, Mrs. 'Thelma Wilson -
:jto your neck in snow..fix yourselffeme I in St. Vincent's Hospital

varpVi low-cost FLU-O storm Gws windows and eet out'em of seriously day.John H.ill Surrency"for some has time.been LAWTEY' Thursday guest of her and brother was overnight and sis- ........ .A.nxty"" .. .. ..>....,
It's Just : '
cut with shears IF
d tack His children were weekend ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ray ,; : tft $..,,gjt; J t: i'Y ,.: : ;}
over screens or frames. Ffhq:"<::'y'r\ '/'A''l''d''>''>:: '\, .. '.
)nly 29' a running foot at your visitors prior to his being admitted By Enza BlanchardAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Dorman. t ::: y; : ; li :;::. 1:;
I hardware or lumber dealer.. to the Medical Center ] Guests of Mr. and Mrs.
in Gainesville. Weekend visitGLASS- Charles' Shuford during the ,J'J':1:
Lawtey Jr. High PTA will .z.
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week were Mr. and Mrs. :
meet in the school cafeteria
1 James Shuford and Mr. and .t
Tuesday Dec. 12, at 7:30: p. : 1t
Mrs. Jeta Tuck of Sax Va. f- u

m.Rev.. and Mrs. W. A. Fox Friends of Tom Tatum will .,, .. ;I I'I'r z

II Mrs. Effie, 'Miner, and Miss I I be glad to learn that he came -
Enza Blanchard attended the II I home from the hospital Sun- 'I

t JINDCW AERIALS All 36" o.lr District Conference of Stew day and is getting on nicely. ;.: i( T

e 0 Y ards at the Methodist Churchin Clyde Wainwright of Bar- : ',
Alachua Tuesday Nov. 28. tow spent the weekend with AOMO x t M '

aeer+r+ #j! GLASSa.NETStarke'Builders Mrs. fl. O. Wainwright,.Mrs. his parents Mr. and Mrs. H.I<;- '. ..'... 1. ? d. r '

? J. O. Tye, Mrs. W. A., Fox, C. Wainwright. On Sunday t<,. .' .. .
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Effie Miner, and Miss Enza Jack Wainwright and children A _

.. Blanchard attended the in Waycross Ga. : r' ,4.c 4v .;.(.aa+ikMilLdLWLvMvwfiM :i 1J1Va "i>:
e4'o1 County Home, Demonstration

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e m t Y11Aa the pastorium Saturday even By Mrs C. B. Nolan .. 'i \ f5 :: ". : l4jf1 Mr r'? ;?'

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Supplies, Inc. .Sunday evening the Smith of Maxville announce f'Jrt{ : ?:i 7t {))1 :" :: : / 'r

215 E. Washington St. Methodist Church dinner was the marriage of their daugh '

Phone 964-4201 held at the parsonage pre- ter Patsy Yvonne to Henry ,....,. ......., ., ,. ,
Ray Caruso son of Mr.: and; : :4I ; i'

Mrs. A. P. Caruso of Jackson > ; 3: T : \\

I ) STARKE BUSINESS DIRECTORY ized ville.The wedding was solemn .,''':i''"'' "- .. ,.... .. '. t i ,
on :
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Baptist Church with Rev, Ed } :: .

ward C._ Harvey of Whitehouse '.t A.d ,, 4Li
AUTO BODY SHOPMack's AUTO RADIATOR officiating at the double ring: <. ; 'a :
I J. B. Wright ceremony. : I' I ; s' i:: H'f'I t !

Ed Prevatt's Garage SINCLAIR SERVICE Miss Peggy Smith sister of 1
Bpdy Shop STATION : i L:4fktt
the bride
'I Complete Auto Sork accompanied ,by Mrs. I Donald I iJ t
RAddlnrI1U1h1nr. ,
I TiresBatter! : i k !
Aecesorka _
Spanks at the' piano. 6 jj
COLLISION SERVICE Crank Shaft Electric J c t ;
I Grinding Welding The bride, who was given _
Painting Matching Lawn Mower Motors Beyairetf 542 Madison 969-280 1 in marriage by her father, tv; -

Phone 964.0154 chose a gown of Chantilly lace
169U5toSS Or 964-3861 net over taffeta, encircled '],

So. WalBut. Starke Starke Recap Co. with sequins and a' scalloped ",; .:.
N. TOBple, Stark 4
.neckline. _Her illusion veil was : ,
AUTO SERVICE Pappy Bonlstoo Owner lid *
secured by a white satin
Reeapplng for Can A Tnufai t: : :
tiara. She carried a corsage ,.;. ;
Dodd's Service & ONE DAY SERVICE .' h.,
PARTSStarke of white carnations and <;'.: 'r ...
AUTO ; : .
NEW ,TOES AT SAVINQa ', .'. .,
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Auto Sales sweetheart roses centered :':. .
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with a white orchid. tST:' 'a 1% o ,
GENERAL EEPAIBINQ Phone ,, -':% e Ld ; J ti'$'

Motor ,International ,LifeUz&o I 1SS N. ,Temple; SUrk She chose as her maid of I't
Mufflers honor her sister; Miss Peggy i

Parts Co. Inc. FIRESTONE FARM SUPPLIES Smith and bridesmaids were t

Tires< Batteries. Accessories Brows Misses Doris Spires. Violet bright little lift... : everything you do! 'i
528 8. Walnut 954-3881 lee & Burnsed. and Jewel North. ,, .. r
tout Local I ChasteenSEEDS Robbin and Roxanne Smith .. .
Jobber For Starke "66" Service sisters of the bride? were ;'
Bill EdwardsWE
Cor. Brownlee &: dark SPECIALIZE IN ''The groom chose as his best '
Phone 9644801) 964-0811 BASE SERVICE Insecticide"' -: prate ifrieadly& Ptoftts'Your man Jimmy Whitten of Jacksonville I CHRISTMAS CALLS FOR :

& and ushers .were Ray ,
Wheel Balancing Alignment. ) Farm Supply Store"car. w.< '. ;
AUTO REPAIRS Phone 964-8831 Hth & Cherry Stub Burnsed of Jacksonville and
'617 N. Temple, Starve Larry Hfll of Baldwin. Ear CARTONS OF COKE! i4

WELDINc..cARAGEThomas old Haris.:cousin of the bride, ,

Gilbert S. Brown was ring..bearerImmed1&teI1 .
Earls GarageALL -1

KINDS OF :Standard OH Service Statical Electric and Acetylene Welding a reception after was the held.ceremony at ]Have. plenty: of ':Coke. on hapd when. ends drop in :

AUTO REPAIR WORK ATLAS the church. Mrs' JimmiWhitten. ,
TIRES & BATTERIES Han Welder Win Weidmc// kept'the'bride's' book; .{ .

All Work Guaranteed :Budget Terns Road Service Work After a brief honeymoon down I Bottled- under authority : '

Phone 9S3-2964 Phone 854-7071. lie W. Brownie Ht-OIIl the state 'the young' .'couple The t Cos$ ,. 1 S T COCA-COLA 'BOTTLING COMPANYto REGULAR )KINS( -

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'I. 2: '. ._STAEKE. FLORIDA, THUESDAY.: DEC.- 7.1961, .__ .. '. -
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daughter of his<- dad'sfrienJ. vYyyyyyyyyyyorr1yy, I funeral services .for 3. R.
KEYSTONE I and tnh rittnq- \r"'" I,I
1.U KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS sum"of money,or marryifl) &j I POwell in Jacksonville last
ptKOSEBy GRANDIN'fl5r Saturday.Mrs. .
.W iker'Nd %ffaison
Mayor hometown
KALENDARThtthdiy : ;, sweecneart aati Wilma Stratt ,and children
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I ; By Mary K. Schaeffer S ... J. ... '._ I Mr .' Alke RithbrnerAAAAAAAAALALA&AA&AIAA getting no money. It will be Mrs.. Rebecca. have returned to their

.. &AAAAAAAAAAAAAALIL&AAAAAAAAAAJLAAAAAAAAALAjPolitical. L Ant Pang&lrn lYin Council PostsSocalfedr"o2auarti" 1 interesting' his to friend see how to dress he persuades up- AALL&Ak&AAkAAAAAA BrantUy LAALJ home in Jacisonyfllfe after

Dice. 7 'r spending several days at t the

l JKally.Bring OutS 1| 35-L, including 40'clubs In this Duplicate Bridge Club 10 -Mr..., and .Mrs. Peter A. Men-. :I like a 'Spanish girl. come, to I >irs,Rhoda Perry of Aiekose home of W-: C. Bufl1es.I .
) Some his.
Candidates : home
area on Monday, Dec. 11. He and disgust his
I a. m.' W man's.Club- derman and: children Peter was a Sunday guest of Mrs I ,Lamar dough':of Douglas
ThestersClub and: lions i will be the guest of honor at I candidates = tunredout"to'strike a blow r father with everything' Span
DeMolays meet, 7:30: p; m.. field"in .and,_Barbara of Orlando were' : Alma Clark of FiOTahome, Ga. spent Wednesday with
J Clubs J.Jinf: rces to make I a, Ladles "Night dinn r to beheld Masonic flan.Community. I swept the for. conservatism.. guests of Mrs. Allen Grahamand ish.-The members of the cast Charles Brown of .relatives here and also put

S an intej-wting evening for the.' in the Masonic Hall. Gov.; Church- Choir Keystone' Heights' election Elected were R: L. Walker attended thS UPMthIgame 1 I include: Jimmy Down Don Gaines:
)I cbmma-aity Tuesday'when. 95 per cent bf for,Mayor ,D. E. aId ville visited his- mothci and fishing.
last Friday night.] Finley is a member of the ; Pangbornand Williams Frank Strick
in Gainesville Saturday.
:. Startirfj At S::3d( tfie Bbosteril.served I,.I Macclermy Club, and has been Practice 7:30: p.CLUB m. ALL;. :Jthe' town's.; .,. qualified votersRites A.B.. Watson for Council : Commander and Mrs. J._ E. land, Virginia Ford Reda Tiller stepfather. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Airs, Carl Cox a'nd children
1 W.. Bxa'ntley. the'week 6f Melrose visited l. E.
/ fiih > Tied were, W. Mo.Beam [incumbent Arvie rs J.
(-a supper, and at an actiVe Lion smce 1952. UoIf,1 Westmoreland of Jacksonville Dean 'Trudi Mor '
STAR GAME at Reserv '
.1 :--- 7:30: jp., m. the'Lions sponsored l I serving in m!ny district and 8 ::1'. ra.' ; Wednesday ]. and Roy 1,.,Watkins viate8''MV. and 'M. V. X- i isis Marian Fredriekssori, Ed. end.Rebecca .Hutson.. ''* last Saturday:

a' rally to present-,the .candi- :: zone offices.: Friday Dec.8 ;I .For; Mrt* Smith for.the. third Council seat j craw1 yThanksgivln'g. White Paul Huff Margaret. Brantley spent several : -Jim Hubner, who has been

) date for city office in the He I is one of ,374 District : ; T. B. Millican, incumbenttax Slade and Pat Regan. ,days last week in Melrose stationed with the U. S. Navy
, Mass at 7 .-. St. Wil- guests Mr.
a. m
'At as the guest of Mr. and Mrs ,
: : KeystdneMrs1 retained his job in Hawaii, is spending 30
Dec.5 elecifon.L1ons4PresS5cfti Governors assessor. a <
who" 'supervise activities liam's: ChU ciI. Holy Day of and Mrs. W..H. Allen were her The Senior l Class will hold '
? in the face 'of ah apparent, John W. Perry leave with his parents the
Charfie 15,000 day ,
McGla of more, than a spaghetti
.. parents,, Mr ini Mrs. E. H. supper' preceding
Obligation- : ,Dbra'Stucke' ,smith, Iferut to oust the 1I i" Mr. and .Mrs.'Ted Gornto Pa Hubriers In Florahome.
: g was'tnTaibderafor f and Lions CluEs in i3 countries Rotary Luncheon. 12:15: : 86 Keystone Heights did \ Chester, and sISter and broth- the play in the lunch room, and children of Gainesville

I explained' that each candiate of the Free World. Founded In Hall. Walker. a service station er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. R. L. starting' 5 p. m. The r>riwin We were pleased to see IjonSejglerjit
, hoQivllasonic visited ,
In: a Stake hospital Mohdiy thV; D. Gonntosnda
: wbiAd be allowed five nifriutes 1917 Lions International has operator with a long)'ecord '
Duplicate"Bridge Club 8 Baker and. children all of be 75 cents'for children : : church last Sunday
p. '
to n.i'then morning after" b'Helf Illness.She' of service, polled 130 votes. to i ) afternoon. '
pcak. time for become the 'largest and one m. Woman's Club. I Quiricy. and $1 f adults.. morning after being absent
had resided in keystone Mis. frank Adams
I : rep4itta1. and Question andnfuir of the most active service 106 for incumbent Mayor M. : sang a lor several 'weeks'. flufe to
Lee.Parker and The a
Sunday Dec. 10 I Mrs! Mrs. Bulldogs began the
Iroia beautiful ,
since 1947, coming third solo at the morning
: Candidates L" Beasley. E. R. Fox,
I period. clubs iiv the world. bacfthJtz :
: Attend your Church in the Ridgefield Park N. J. Charlotte Pelhani spent Friday Basketball season with a dou;; service in Paran Baptist 1
: drjw straws to.decide the or- The .Kejstone'CIub is 'an "' man 'hi the triangular. race, -
in Gainesville: ble' loss. Mfs/Pl: ihrin spent Sun1i
a. m. Mrs. Smith wis born Jab. Friday night' they :Church last-Sunday. -
detvof .their appearance. active' unit in the _organization St. William'sChoir practice 4-, 1875 in New York City and trailed with- 61. Mrs. Ann Ga'no of Mihocqua, bowed to Trenton 41-25, in Since returning-homrfrth tri nd :and relattvesSprings.
'tRrst1 Front unner-in the council
: speakers, were candi- dedicated to community 12 noon. was' married on Nov.. 23, 1898t race was'W tson with 157 Wis. is'the guest of Mr. and the opening game. 'Baldwin,a hunting trip in the Ocala 4ifltL hI' ._ .

I. .. ditesfor Mar r: IncumbentS betterment. and economic, social First Baptist{ Church Young William Henry' Smith, wtio' voles$ followed closely by Mrs. J. A. Lassiter scored.another victory Saturd 'National For s!,. Z.. W; Bra 1 'c are, plesedtonot4. that
M.'L.Beasley, and Everett Fox. and cultural The ; "" t.
llindsey; third progress.' People's Choir Practice 6:30 died l last May. She was ''a Pangborn with 156. Both men Mrs. Charles Emokl g.Mrs. y night with a score."of 60- ;'I iey has.been, confined to hishorne Lt Q'StrJcttaoo.: of Flora-
: Wklk t. the con- largest public service project [I H. J. Bab r, and Dr. Oulda} 34. Larry Strawri- was high
p. member of tl EvahgellcaJ. l\ with .slight relapse of home Is sufficiently.
residents of
lender. are long-t
f was not present. carried on by Keystone Lions
Community Church Young Abbott of Gai evil1e were scorer for the Bulldogs in
-u--I Lutheran Church of North throat infection. a' rent leg injury be
Keystone' with previous service JA;
Three tandidates fot Counj was the political rally prior to meet, 7:30: p": m., educational gu&fs of Miss Bessie Rutherford both tcli1a.
People Berg t\i N. J.Surviving co'uneO. games. '. able to,walk without ci
on the Paul Hubntv of Florahome
:Vil : :
were on hand to speak and the city election. Lake
: 'Rosa '
.ffnswefouestlons' Co.J. O'ConS bldg. are herdaugbterMfL Third council .seat .up for on The girls'1 team beat Trenton has returned, from Putnam. The Paran Baptist, ChurthWMU
m The Keystone Lions were Monday, Dec.11Catechism Mr. and Mrs J. S. LaCoste '
nor.'and incumbents Bill Beam Hazel C.; McKay1: with grabs is still, unsettled, with but lost to Baldwin. 8MQ.( Memorial, Hospital, where he presenter a;' speCial
also for the light- HbirTe after a brief visit in
,responsible Grades 1-6 St. I are
/ :3 and Fred Dodd.Three otherS-: whom she lived in Keystone, Beam and Wttt&: s tied, at Arthur underwent' leg: surgery. He is Lottie Moon missionary program
ing of the football field. and William's 3:45: p. m. and J. Washington, D. C.
grandson night
Al Watson, Roy Watkins andS a Roger 15S.aUAttoney: Myrcb Pre- TRINITY EPISCOPAL'CHURCH improving they administer the post office Children's Art Class Dot Smith also of Keystone. Barber returned: 'with them
.... Don,Pan born were not. pres- bulletin board. They have vatt advised Council 'yesterday for visit. MELROSE Mrs. Callie Rye attended prayer service.
3:30 m. a
Newman's. : p. Funeral services held
were 1 that'according to an existing: ,
I :4--ent........ tried to discouragelitterbugs Instnrctitfns-for Teenagers; nt- 2' p. m. Wednesday in the I II ordfnaice,'' # special: election 'Mr*. Catherine :BIrt 1 is home Sundag -10' i. m. chiivcl . .
.. 'Incumbent. TaxrMtmeas ) -
., Assessor b'Y'instalUnt .trash along Sfc William's brief in ?A1 chuK School. ft.U'&e, Morninf] '
cans 7:15: p. ,1m., ComVnunity Church with Dr. 'would hard'to 'W called to'41e-; after a stay m.

t.). ::" ; On, 'h' his 11dI the .stre'ets, and .have. 1 4aMso CAlCadet7:3O.riL at I A. C: Holt' officiating. Burial I c de' the tie' between Beam and General Hospital In Games-* Grayer' and 8!rmbn iFirstSunday. l I

I i t9< S sponsored many moneymaking Skytel. was in the family plot in 'Watkins: 1'. ,. yille.Mis. Holy Communion]. 't,

bjII "-opponent. Beverly" .Wiiegren. activities to finance Altar Society Clean-up ; Keystone Heights Cemeterywith Incumbent Fred .- Walter Brinson and p. m. Episcopal young Church,
I Councilman
... was not present:, their philantropic program. I Night. 7:30: at St. William's. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral ; Mrs. O- T. Robinson. spent men. I
itIu.f SarlcDon S. Dodd mustered 132 votes ;
f Tar- Collector
Surprise Party Real Surprise Lions Club Ladies Night Home in charge of arrange'- 'Friday-in Gainesville. Holy bays.- 10 a. m., Holy
aid. not quite 'enough to retain
: thanked, the voters for '
On Saturday evening. Nov.I 6:15: p. rn., Masonic Hall. ments. 'Mr; and Mrs: Arthur San- Communion. I
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th& his seat-'at the council table.C. .
, confidente;and tit Bee
25.: Mr. and Mrs. O. J: Mur- Dinner. Active pallbearers were W. son of East Orange N. J. visited The Re>. Millird] fl. .Breyfogie -
the' J. O'Connor, sixth man r-j S
Cooper,, member of Clay '
, I Board- rhee Jr.. entertained Mr and Adults Art Class at DotNewmans H; Redfearn R.. L. Walker, in the'iac'tiailed with 114. I Mr. and Mrs. George Wodey Vicar. _.-' ,'S 5' :

County Library ex- Mrs.: W.. L., Bunce at dinnerin 8 p. m. Myron Prevatt R. L. Watkins last week. ( r'tr. _
Assessor : 'I
: Tat Millican : _

.plained thedIv1s1on of'countylitrary the Murrhee home. The Community Church Boardof Dr. John Davis and Al Wat- Gus .Cicen is now In the i FIRST METHODIST :' .
: 'I ceSsf withstood !
lly the chal-
.3 rent funds communities among the in dif the!- occasion was Mrs. Bunce's Stewards, 7:30 p. m., educational son. lenge of Mrs. Beverly' Wide- Veter rts'- Hospital int Lake Mri. CHURCH. MELROSE i _________
county. birthday which, was the following bldg.Rebecca gren retaining his post 196 City. Mrs. Cic n a _
Circle of COD m n. Logsdon are staying' in Lak '
J }*K I.Xt: the close of 'the meetingCot. Tuesday; After dinner, Don McMahoneIs to 99. :> Sunday. 9:45: a. m., Church -

David thanked the Murrhees and the Bunces ity Church Women meet with Incumbent Tax Collector City also. School for all ages 11 a. jn. '
S A.Nelson
and Mrs; Bill Pew, 8 'p. m.. New Trooper Miss Jackie Stinson 'OfGainesvU1 S .---1
? the' Lions ,for giving voters went to the home of Mr. Sara D. McDonald unopposed Morning Worship. 6:30 p. m.,! '
Mrs. Richard Murrhee supposedly Tuesday, Dec. 12 '. viSited in Melrose Youth Fellowship. ,
the In Keystone Area fld 263. t
it this oportunlty to, meet I p NEW SI :
7:45 .
: for an evening 'o! Mass at St. William's Of the-315 'qualified voters," Friday.Mr. Wednesday 7:30: u. nu Bible

: candidates\_t. and hear' 'their, I cards. but it turned out to be fl. visited .- and Mrs. David Hiri- Study and Prayer Meeting. REDWOOD irnbereLespoL1 }
. views on various issues. He ex- nxWoman's The Keystone Height area 297 the polls Tuesday.
I Club ChristmasTea nant Paul Connie and Carlos .-itev.
4 surprise party for Mrs. Ted Spri ger, pastor.
pressed hoPe the rallies would I has a new State Trooper. Don Pre-election: campaigning : ....
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All invited. Morris and Mrs. Cliesser visited "
2 m. ,
Bunc Hosts and hostesses p.
I be repe'ated for'all future city McMahone who was transferred had beefi 'pretty ,much a bat- .
b elections for the party were :Mr. 'and l Community Church Sunday I here effective- December tie 'behreen:the "Old Guard" Mr. and. Mrs. Ted ;Atkins METHODIST CHURCH r
*. School Executive Board in Hawthorne last week.' Completely pre-cnt go thtyi'
Mrs. Richard Murrhee and l ,
: District Governor 1, from Punta Gorda. He succeeds conservatives and the push- :MELROSE:
1 To,Visit Lions Mr.and Mrs. Charlie McGlave. meeting, 7:30-- educational: Trooper Dbn\ Q"Nealt ahead "pr2gressiveS." with a Mr and Mrs. Evans Spires t fit together as. easily as cjiij-

: "' The Keystone Heights Lions They succeeded not onlyIr i bldg.Masonic who ... aT.til'&nflrrfedC' t5 :the -few"o..cdndidates' occupying- and,sons Tallahassee: spentthe Rev.- Kenneth -W Griffith dte 's building !logs. Mamtenari : *
Lodge; 8 'p:'* m:, weescend! with his parents, -
making it A complete surprise e-free -lodge
pastor. as can -
Club will welcome Maines F. i Miami.area. middle ground and not identifIed -

: Finley. 'District Governor( ofi for Mrs. Bunce.6ut alsc. I Masonic Hall.Wednesday McMahome will work the with' either group. Mr. and Mrs. A. C.B...Spires.Mr Sunday School 9:45: a. m. ,be-:Solid redwood logs. nevir"need
j Dec. 13i and Mrs. D. Campbell 1 4 '
an enjoyable evening for aU L Keystone area of Clay County Uses were tightly' drawn as worship 11 a. th. h_ paint-resist I decay,

concerned. Guests includec I ;i McKay's Real Estate Team and portions of 'Bradford and the result::of "a' recent refer- are home after spending MTF and MCF 7 p. m. won't be attacked by (termUei.i. .

: :...tFacial\ l Hair Mr and Mrs. 'Mike Redfearn. and: Lake Geneva Team bowl Putnam. endum when Voters turned several months with friends Evening Worship $ p.: ci. Aluminum windows and
.Mr. and Leon Ridaught. t in Men's Night-Owl League and relatives In Tennessee and )
The new trooper and his down a council-proposed plan Prayer Meeting EWed., ] 7:30:

.=:.. .Gbite Forever Mr. and Mrs. George .MassaMr. : at Bowlero in
;;IIK;' Medically. Approved, Methods and Mrs. Carl ,DardenMr. p. m. Geneva in Keystone Heights. hall-library. In pre-election Mr. and !.fr John Simmons' '
.. .11 and Mrs. Charles Tol.. Cottage Prayer Meeting and children of Orlando spent I II *, ,
Mrs. McMahone is the former interviews; however ', all three I Resort Retirement Permanent Hornet
i"" 'The' best way-to I ford Mr. and Mrs. o. J. "Mur-. 7:30 p. m.. Community Harvene Watterson of 'Hamp mayor candidates expressed Sunday with her parents, Mr. I I N 8 U R. A N, C EAutoFfre.Casualt1 '

's!1' .. eliminate this ex, rhee Jr., Mr and Mrs. Bil:I Church parsonage. ton. They have two sons Don, themselves as being hi favorof and Mrs. C.A. Ford. ; See!Model Home and Office
:::': 1 eeebaItpiob1em' : Mrs. BilBaker. ;I Junior Choir Practice.; St. Rev. and Mrs. Ray Stedh m S
I Scales Mr. and
Jr and
!I'' Martin seven a new city hall of less fends and Allied' Lines J
.44t..:',. i '; Ia'to eome.111. ,., Anne's. 7:30: p. m- weeks. costly design. and son spent Sunday with Route 21 (Jax Hiway) Keystone Heights
Choir Practice, St. and Mrs. W: H. Lien 1
'k Senior Mr. Insurance
It ,.:. ?ll' request professional On Nov. 28, Mrs. Bunce'! Reynolds
,,:.: advice.. A, birthday she 'received V Anne's,8. .pAm. ,_ know that the ultimate victory nick of time, we "remembered Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson -
manj Agency _
': ;U-case analysis can good wishes via phone anc.otfterwjse. I Thursday. Dec. 14 will not be won by explosives that,we had just .received our and daughter of St. ft. ,L. Reynold! C. J. (Pete) O'Connor RealtorPh.

> hoi Bridge Club however- Ausfistihfe Visited Mrs;: Thomp' ,
i't\U1 determine Duplicate powerful. One-way: or new directories. Hence the
: ;
.._wof ......., : ).She .was, : especiallj r 1 Ph. 2442 : 2701Keystone
"'\ to meets 10 a. mWoman's anoMier, mind will triumph"over article l in the son's sister and brother-in-law, ,
"V.' ".. >::..,.. f,. eo J pleased with the KeystOnE* on our Keysfoh Heights 4297
JoH<,. 't.. M.;/-!"- iLair CondlUolL4I State Bank "McGuire Sisters'0 Club. matter.,The .real war be- new directories. We were quite Mr., andMrs.. Glynn Roth . Heights,.FLu

I.: ';;t} 't' Thcie.Is. nc who sang "Happy Birthday'I Community Church Choir jng. fought now is in the fieldof pleased with, the.reaction we hammer and family.' I "- : ,' .... .

nm harre tOt eon- Practice 7:30: p. m. ideas, and Russia has a got from our Kookie classi- Melrose, Duplicate Bridge 1
E. ... 'tr on the phone to her. "
.' .1 ltatfoa. Mrs. Sutton Entertains DeMolays meet. 7:30: p. m., long head start with 134,000 fications-and we were grate- Winners of Duplicate Bridge, '

.EDMUND DWYER ,Masonic Hall. public libraries. Against that ,ful too to everyone who were: First place, Miss Ira I :KEYSTONI: HEIGHTS.. MELROSEESS
On Thursday evening Nov.
:" Hillyer and Mrs. Mary Cook;
placl' 'than
Electrologist 30. Mrs. Harold Sutton Junior Woman's Club 8 p.Lm we can no more mentioned it. While we were :
en : '
: ;librariesand of second' place Mrs. Helen
Years Experience) 7.500 public only finding all the members
., tertained at" her hom or -. S and Mrs.. Alice K tch-
all-schools. Fox Phelps
25,000 including the animal kingdom:
107 W. Unir. Ave, Oaine \1lle Keystone Lake for St.- Williams !
collezes. etc.Russians Wolf Bird, Herring etc., we urn: third place. Mrs. Lucille ,usil !
Call FB 2-8039 for appointment Altar Society. Guest ol
believe mental were lamenting the fact that Davis and Miss Sally Mans
honor at the party was Mrs.. members: who is moving'" to .1 _
field. _
captial is creative capital. the Lambs had moved away. 1
I .J-. Benedict Finzer one of the I Kentucky-'The guests enl' y- Americans need trained However, we forgot all about A Bake Sale will be held at APPLIANCE SERVICE 1 1I GAS-BOTTLED
ed lively conversation and delicious H.CRAWFORD
I minds too. Parents should .our friends, ,the Lamms. Our the educational building of Winifred I

cookies of the evening and coffee was ,teach their children to use..the "poor little Lamms who have the Methodist' Church' Dec. Wheeler Service ,Co.' Keystone Gas Co.' .
8from 10'a.'m. to 5 I 5'
libraries, available by setting gone astray-Baa, Baa Baa; p. m. .
the'presentation of a gift to 'a' etc.'Her. Luncheon will be"served from I GR 5-2401: 24 HOUR, SERVICE,,. Rg., IMI ,Estot* Brokel'Lake
good example
remembrance mONE ui \
Mrs. F1 zer'as.a !, Nelson:Elected 1130; to! 1:30. 'between Keystone aDd Melroaeervicmy Properties Acreage
of her friends in1' Keystone Interesting books iff. the Franchise Distributer .
'Catholic'Ue'u&.fistd Juniors Present nay, both treat- Ranches Easiness.: .Cnf"We
t Ts' T\
Heights. A card signed by all Keystone library include SAF-GAS
'st. Wil- .
At a meeting of The Junior Class of Melrose WASHERS lomei ReJ1ta1a
Schwara''riew bO k-'You Can: ,
donors accompanied
: Ie the which ( beautiful Trust The- Communists liam's Catholic"Club.on Monday High School will present their .. 'TELEVISION# Taki.A PertoniIn .!hUla:
gift was a
; ( :'- I decanter with sir goblets. which" is'a mast for'the armed even1ik. l>eC. 4i Herb' I play, "He Was A Gay Seri i- ,S :AjqrnnNo ELECTRIC!: san ...ebrydoLumber Your 'Requiremehtj"
I Was"eleCted' in absentia .
Nelson Dec 7 "lWpitr
: ita. Thursday night, Midway: .Keyston
also to ,
Guests Included Frances services important. all work guaranteed aervic- <
I '
I : : : c : MureuX Anna, McCullough, civilians.. There is also the -to the presidency for at 8'' p. m.. in the' high school togjatisfled costonert Co. Melrose,

Jean Fox Bee ,Cooper Lena new American' Heritage bdok the next:jwyEd Coneen will AUditorium. ,It will be a three- S .. aIn.47 We. Sp1aI1ze.In-custe > mWI1 '21-op '8ad4
', c Clemens LU Ne1s n.. Adelaide of ihdiansr and Kidnap.," the be vice president; Mrs. BetyGodley. 'act comedy with an eleven- Cat ExUa .LebfthiMatexiali ORL I
secretary; and' Mrs., member cast. Admission will
Piper Betty Godley, Pearl story of the Lindbergh i : : .
Lucille Davie; treasurer- 'be 50 cents for student*' and .
APPLIANCES V Cemen- Mortar Uii- .
Wingenbach Mary K. Schaeffer So you have a problem? I '
'Father 'Daugherty is anxious 75:cents for adults.. : ..
SfaeetRockMffl RESTAURANTMeet
Yvonne Vacbon Mollie Why not get an opinion from -
.. Club;
.-... Robinson Lucille Davie, Shir- the experts? Visit your library to form an Ushers of the : The play is about a young Redfearn'sAppliances' on. HJTT. 21 at.MMdkbarfcPhone ,

ley midden and the guest and' see what Is. available to and.. wants ran men man who' is confronted with BU 2-5722, I
parish to take part in the 'problem of either marry- ,fedr Frie JI
Virginia .
of honor, nzev.Library you! I
.:.... .' Notes Cbrfetaas Tea proposed org n1ZaUoh.. ing" & ,Brazilian girl who is KOtfptST' APPLIANCESUtyferWastief MILLWORK atLawrence's

.. ..'.......\. ', III The l d1ts'of the Altar Society arid Dr1. ers. A '"
HeightsWoman's :
1 l The Keystone :The .Keystone Heights will meet Dec. 11 insteadof zetiIth1'rv'SERVICE Keystone Dinette

U I F dub librarian a Woman's Club will hold a : third Monday. OK
the 'usual Air Patrol observed: the" 20th ALL MAKES Millwork Shop
., i much-traveled woman: with Christmas Tea on Tuesday.Dee. ,
ThetiUl".make: this a anniversary of' their 'foundIng .KerstC le1Iht8; P1i4252 -OOLD'BEE1t'GOOIJ"i"OOIJ"
1 broad horizons has been domE .. 12 at The club house.T1im' LnNelsonwill 'I iLj2BGNN' '. j CABINETS; DOOaS
i meeting: Jean'Fox and Governor Bryant Open 11 a- m. to 9 p. m.
Our Bank some' investigating.on will be' short musical ,., WINDOW FHAMES
4 I .' a ; serve as hostesses. has proclaimed December 1-7 .. Mon. thru SaturdAy
the states-'of. libear1es4.iOonly KptbsMair. 'and carol ringing; : SCREENS'T
that evening:
Offers Tailored.ToYou"Seke t as Civil Air Patrol WeeXThfe '
'UMi, 'I in .Keystone, but nationally and the Rev 'MT. GrUfitrr of :&mfe' Nm S Civil Air Patrol has kD Material closed Suadq. ,

V, A ,, and abroad. She' says the Met< ,- &isitliurclI Th'4 $piscopa Church- served The, BOAT Bam 8as& Made'Td Ofdefgefefone
the nation in
well the
t that while .we are pouring out Hiway .21-Keystone Height
will speak !the public is Invited htA
womenJield their regular dark! days of by i I ... .
'war patioling
MELBOSE: GB 5-1711 -"L = -J .l
billions Into armaments we S j-
:-". For ease in repaying a loan, the terms you receh.eareoftf I monthly meeting, on ThursdaY roasts .and borders against I I- "
_I'a mwc important to you than the .rate .of BEAM THANKS VOTERS. After the December 12 tea. Dec. 7, at 10 a. rn. There dangers of Invasion attack.It .PACKAGE I Ii I W12LL DRILLING" II

f. inter &f efeirged. We not oalrckiirgi-the flewestia.te SUPPORT. the Woman'sClub 'will not 'wm<,bVno covered-dish supper tias estAblished and maintained "S -, itiftUDS i $h1g1lieisj'1PAcKAGE I .
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4 Ji '. .. we afeo arrange-!i rae to !it ycwil 1 : ,, ,. S tt 5'I mht ham f1 until if ter ,theigfes. this niOnthnstea& plans In,'kior4a'an effective SAtES-" I I ,
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lIfR'l" made for .a Christmas *
program 'aerospace education IIIYICI{ WELL bELLYING
,:ASK ABOUT OURatJTO LOAI? lof eyoneHe1ghta for the &AA. B.U..w. : Party. 'for ,our youthr The, CAP OPEN S,A, M.-12:. P.. )I..,DAILY ,

fine support. 'giy-'rae, to:T&xday'a ;L.Mt 'Week, whzrw dis- BetefesTTo BfeeV maintains_ ',In' efficient air --. .: CLOSED'SiJNDYSKmtMebo5e I 'PU'f5-. ..

THE WTE: l : t,..._';;'L.,.. ,'I III :._ I.. -"ecf.. .;it =L'w10p'n1Rnd; IieWr'jut T .:, The jtebecca\Cire1!.of the tndfrpund ,search and:'rescue. Ugh'wa7_ ... SERYCE--' 4
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lymy 'i11 wrfefc4l Ttr711t- Coomtrai '.1dt ujrcbf organization ever ready toad ,FLOkIST'I I REALESTATE

w*. :. ..f*I* :MPM: ) ..t ..JLTt "" behalf sat, tt a. ranfrff tie news. we had to think .of will meet, Monday December distressed. fliers! and ,passengers MAThEWS: :

.,..: -: : : ::" I .becomes "laeeeiMry! i&wppert this m 'tor-a, "fIDK" beanitet 1 r.,"at,8'p,,_m at'the-homeofMrV. ;, It ,abo makes mercy Edna Williams C., J.. Pete OConnorBEALTOR

at** i $ tdr! ik, A._PISI7; Csi.It T S t'W- '- ao 8M Ot Wffllam'Few. ;', On. But tr'th 'ip tar medi- .,FtOSIST-KUKSE: t' S Well .

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THURSDAY.. DEC. 7.-1961 -' ,BRADFORD COUHTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FT/mm AI '... A_ __ _......

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9 b WYY'fl'YVYYyyyyyyyyyfyyI,., _.... cinnati. Ohio; and a daughter with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawli- IYYYVYYYYYYYVYYYyyyyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy
I ." with a dinner at the Com-J t real cold :r '

,: Ai. _E})'''$ Q N. i.Springfield, Mrs. Charles Ill. He Janecek had: ,six ofi k Smulski wskl and former Mrs. Keystone:Mary :NEW OF ]NT.EREST1'T COLORED.f munity' Cciiter'after the morning -:t"I'"o_ more weather' House soon'trailers I fcfuies with ;' ,Mr..tt-w and:; Mrs.t .-Tray>* i *r -- -

) 2HI, GH; 'L:IG H T:SIFrom grandchildren, and ten great- tesldents who have been living CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY I I service.of Palatka Rev conducted Marvin stddihaul the- Park came last into week.MoooVs making Trailer'a" total r 'gorri'.-*nosseU u '. > sef;- 1g s..'*- !

A-&ALAALLAA4AAAAAAAAAAI: grandchildren. in Camden T nn'..Mrs. Bach- v t -..,!you. folkX the last :
II: sendees. of'nine. They"will, t\\'O,1
4 possibly
, j Fu'J Time. Dentist Now mann [ Elizabeth I'eeks'but"hav been ,,
gave a glowing Ieport By GIyev1AAAAA ? on ,
I '
; Preceeding Page] j 'i'l I Workshop remain until after the ho1iays. i "
Keystoners will be pleased on the 'doings ot'thef Pawli-' .. .. ..- .. 1. i rptinys1'd: quife.a spell. !
LA LAA LA A A A A A A A A A A A A A A : The Home Demonstration -
supplies to those who need to Know that Dr. Phillip -K. kowski clan, and: said they ------------------ _, ;I : |! to, see 7yeu next w e. U'I

them 'in time of distress and Parsons is now a full time were entertained rbyally. She School NewsThurston i i deliver a missionary- sermon.0 i Club held a Christmas Workshop Our pastor, Rev. Rex Brook-: j j I dorft, "how about seeing me?,;

I disaster. .It is an auxiliary oft < dentist in Keystone Heights; also saw some' other former School The president i The public'is'Invitidto<>> attend' Wednesday at the' Community ins of 'New Riyjsr Baptist !!I -Itoy Turner. v\ '

t t the U. 8. Air Force. I I having moved his family to Keystoners- Tennessee, who ,- 'asks all parents and J*i i all services. '--:" Center. Club members j i'Chur h, was ordahied.[ for thei 1 1I '
I Duplicate WInners I!! this area. He, is in his ,office were guests .at 'a' party given friends 'to attend PTA meeting i All members are asked .to from the State Farm, 'Hell- i ministry' at 'Heilbronn' Baptist: ;;,

At the regular,Friday, night six days a'week closing on for her by Mrs. -Pawl1k wski. Monday 'night, Dec. '11, at pay trustees dues to your bronn Springs, 'and;Lawtey Church Su day afternoon.Rev. r

r f. meeting' of Duplicate Bridge, i I I; Wednesday afternoon, like On Sat., ))eo. 2,' Mr. and 730.. A free movie will be I I leaders. The officers, are hopI were their guests: A 'covered .SmIth' ofrTampa deUverr*" for ;The Best Deal/Anywhere
dish luncheon was.served. The ed1 the ordination
} Dec. V, Albert'Bachmann and ;, everyone else. 4ft' > Mrs. 0.: J. Mi rr1iee .1' (, and shown : l 'ihat.all members will I message.

: Arthur Barberwere high ,j jscorers : St. WUteugs UartBoys Mr. and 'Mrs- 'W. L. "Bonce The :Bradford County please .-'eooperte'with: ; the Brooker .Club prepared the.. Attendance at Sunday SeeROBERTS'

.., ';Second' high were I Lee "Siittoh ani George Allen drove to Strickland's at'May- Teachers Assn. held its second I leadeij;. in this effort. : main course of. turkey and chool and' Worship Senicesj
'dressing. j at New River Baptist Church- '
Jane and BtaaiaCoste,Louis will serve the.'flrst.Sunday port for 'a se foot: diiiner; meeting of the school term ''Rehearsal ,has started. for .t :
Kyle ,and Lucille. Dayle 'were in December; David. I They wer bserving the Mur- last Friday afternoon at Anlderson hut Christmas' program. All Garden Ciub News was up last Sunday, we are CHEVROLET
The 'Brooker 'Garden glad to cOme"over
Club report.
tl d-high?, Remember, the Jer and HerbNelson: Schaef-I' rhee's Bedding anniversary. Junior High, Lawtey. parents are- asked to send and
licate.Briige: ClUb meets the second Sunday; They 'came.home the-ferry Joseph D. Greene, county your children to rehearsal if will hold'their annual'Clmst 'worship with us this Sunday j AND OLDSMOBILE

", pptCS: ;"* week now: Thursday!!: len and Jimmy Fax.-the third I and the expressway" cutting? president, presided, and Henry you want them to take part was nYght Progressive Supper' Tuesday '- and: meet our new'ast r and!| -

"> mornih'gs"at.10'a. m,and:Fri Sunday; John 'Allen and Jim- the tune 'front 'Mayport\ tti H. Wright, president of Dist. .In the .Pt ograxn. Dec.'i.D.; All memb'ers -. -his! nice family, '. j AUTHORIZED DEALERPh. -
and their husbands Mrs. Flora Bell .
d evenings! at 8 p. m. Ifyou my Fox againon the fourth;-; Keystone ito one !hour!'-. 5 Teachers Assn. was guest Girl ;Scout meeting will be are Nettles was,
invited to attend'. fishing at Cross Creek ;
like i thYbrWfe this club is'for and Lee Sutton and George Dr. and 'Mrs. P.:K. 'Parsons speaker. held each Thursday at 3 p. '. ) \
Everyone 1 interested in haying Saturday and reports, a nice I 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla.
you. .k-. Alien the fifth. Serving Tues and their three' children, and Basket-Ball m. 'All Girl Scouts 'are urgedto -- ; ,
their outdoor
Father Of IL A. Nelson Dies day morning Masses will be: .Mrs. 'Parson's //sister, Miss The Fighting Tigers and attend. : Christmas catch.. -
> tiecoratidng jUdged asked See Lea and Helen Black
Herbert 8. Nelson 'died in George Allen, first, David I Mary Brown. have :moved !to Tigerettes of RJE won their are'.
to contact Dave out; theirboat and
Sirs. Green ullingi
Springfield, m. on' Sunday Schaeffer., second; John Allen the Keystone I Heights --area opening game Monday night CAIDOF, THANKSWe "; : ;
; before Dec. 19. This is""also J motor .1ie ded -for
afternoon Dec. '3, at 4 p. 'm.: third: and Lee Sutton.fourth.A11 and are living;in--Wheeler against the aggressive'SQuaws '' Sampson : i twill!
,the familjTof the late sponsored: by the Brooker Lake.. Hope they make a nice
Burial .
was .in Amhurst.Wis; : boys will be on the place on Lake Geneva. and Rollers of D&B School, .!.;. "*, '
on Tuesday, Dec. 5 Altar Heights'' Jacob Mr. Mack Coleman, Jr;, wish Garden'Cluo; catch. Hear that. the specksare
on Christmas. Parsons Is Keystone- St. Augustine Bradley; '
thanks ;; Bulldon Defeat..AlliStatsThe biting real to express our and ap go
Survivors include a fdster, Personals new dentist,>,and Miss Brownis and.Inez. Harvey, coaches of
predation to our many B.roqcerr BjiiWogs.: : de -The holidays are very close j
Mrs. Fred Kellogg of Milwaukee Mrs. Gladyce 'Bachmann his assistant' theTigers and Tigerettes,

Wl4::: *|wp sons,:'Herbert and Mrs. Alabama Boyd have Mr.> ,and Mrs. .John) ,Bird were pleased with the performance friends and neighbors forth feated the starke' All-Stars now,_ youM better get out :

A. Nelson, :-Keystone Heights: returned from their auto ,entertained ,on' then patio of their-teams. ir ,.kindnesses during'the 26-14 in 'Starke Friday nighL.I and. find that Christmas tree I
death of one' we so "dearly Pat Castlen tiid 'two touchdoWns or buy, one -before they ark NATDflLDependable
and James M. Nelson CinJ trip. They spent Thanksgiving Saturday evening. DeC,- 2,'wIth 69-30 score for the Tigeretteis !I
J C .1 a cook-out: ,for the Keystone and the 62-44 score for the loved. Thanks to Rev.* Mc- and one extra point. picked. over." It's. about time,i'

I II Indians football team, and Tigers delighted the large L 1don and Chestnut Funeral John :-Lewis made- one touchdown to get them trimmed and 1
4- '.:-- the coach. The ''Bird's 'son, crowd that witnessed the first Home for'he1r wonderful: and an extra point> and ready to-light up. 1

;r i ) Tommy is a member of the, home''game-of the season. "sen1ce -l\fay God bless each also Tim Roop.. made a touch- Several people have asked 1, -- Economical
; .team. { American Legion *" 1 and:every one of ,you.-Ma k down. I IrYYYYYyyyyyyyyyyyyy me whyI have a Christmas j I \ .

: Mrs. Leo LeBlanc flew to 'AmericanLegion, Auxiliary Coleman,- .'. \Sr., and....-'.family.- j "V tree 'Jiving- 'alone. Well I real I i I PHONE 964.1301 -. NIGHT-. 0642411CITY .

-- ; ; Detroit .last-week- to be with 314: was represented at' 'the 1I ly enjoy. -Just love to put OF STAJIKE GAS' UTILmES DBPT, "
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% : her, daughter-.:who -1a. ill. K following-ineelmgK Two delegates I up.a tree and decorate a bit.

u\\ DuPont Staff members and to the 'Mid-'Winter Conference :It RIVER Haven't missed having one "
RAM .. .
f. their wives are: looking, -forward of th llth 'District : .. yet, and just hope"I can have. : tl-

to.the. annual Christmas to' -J) *yt na Beach 'Bethune.- 3y-oy Turner&AAAAftAj&4AAAfrAAAAAAAA one, -as long as I am here;

.z party t-b ':-ked! 'December. .Co kman -"COll ge-'were .thers1dthit By )Ir$.;D. E. Bill .. We older folks really miss I Attention Livestock Producers!

15 at the University' .Inn in Mrs.Li" M.Royal* the old time work and fun

,. Gainesville., n-d' secretary' Mrs. Corean lTYyvvfrYYvTjYuvvv'chthtnias: 'fc. A..1J: pp -'a: the lucky that came at :this time of.the If have
I hogs
\' McNeIL Mszie Pregrsm fvth liunting 'Cane grindings,> you .. .: ,
1 1 e dI 'ST. 'ANNE'S TPlSCOPAt party year. cattle to sell now or In l; i '
The Auxiliary was At School Wednesday' .
represented down '
CHURCH KEYSTONE in Levy County 'this boiling, hog killings, and sau the future :" a
I> at the 4th Divisional Hampton Elementary School week. He brought down a .sage .making., But most land please] contact -

Sundays--9:30: a- m. Church Constitutional Conference by pupils wit present a 'musical nice buck deer. C is now planted in pines for 1 one of the buyers ._ _

t Money for School.h'aytrcid!! 9::30 Sermon a. m. list Morning Son fire delegates: Mrs. LM.. Christmas program neit'\v d- Mrs. R. L. Bla k, "Mrs. Al pulpwood, or planted in grass i at Copeland Sausage

Clay, Holy Communion]. 11 p. Royal, president; Mrs. Ruth nesday afternoon at 1 p. no.W ,bert Moody, and Miss Sandra for cattle raising, and you' .Company and give theman ;

i m. Episcopal Yoiing Churdi. Holland; let rice' "president' ; ':th'e school'afdtterium: } under Bolt were in Gainesville seldom hear,of cane grindings opportunity to buy \" ; _ -

Mrs. Cflrean McNeil, sedfe- the direction t <>f Mrs; Carolyn Monday. .' anymore. your livestock. '
: : -
j ; Christmas Shoppiqj. men.Holy'Days -7:30:: ,a. mHoljr'Communion. thy; and .ilrs'-'Alease' Tyson, : Cans; njusiq;,teacher. Mrs. Agnes Mann of focala, Elder H. E. Harris of Boni- '

: .JThird 'Sergeant-e.tlarms; ndMrs.. The aftefnoon'p'fogram:will and Mrs. Flora Bell .Nettles fay-with his wife and brother I I COPELAND OFFERS YOU I

Wednesday Annie Randolph." include. play and vocal selec- were in Jacksonville last spent Saturday night with I 4 BIG ADVANTAGES ;
Paridi !
Attending the 40 & 8 membership .-tidus by each ro m. Parents ,Thursday. ? .' "Mr. and Mrs. U. 8. Rhoden s.l .
Covered Dish Suppnvf or 6:30 /roundup of the Department arid' friends invited to at- t
are .
? church
See Felton Moody and they all attended 1. Cash
digging market
pm., : day. .
of 'Florida at '
It' tiie te. every
\, f. I sweet 'potatoes. Seems''to' be 'at New Hope Sunday.

.... I,FIRST BAPTIST > HUBCfi. George Washington Hotel:in Personals\ ,.g good time to get them "dug I Mrs. M Long' of Jacksonville 2. 'No commission.
: .r ,, ; : Jacksonville the 's-WjteYnling
were presi- Mr. and
'Budget won't 'stretch to thosegifts KEYSTONE: HEIGHTS :'fqf Purely: we will hav \some spent Saturday night 3. Special consideration
", cover I! J. Tl. 'Smith/paifbr,'""Ralph I dent, 'Mis.-L. M. Royal, Mrs. gndsOn,have'moVed to'Hamp- ] I given to meat
? /Let I Corean McNeil, and Julius ton. Former residents, they:; I
us help you, 'play Santa! Copeland, Minister of Music,. type hogs
i il
Royal :who is a, member .of had been living. ,,In New Jersey GLASS That Our Business
Itnd s
church I 4.
.organist nj - Can furnish
QTIDENflAL; i I 'Post 114, and the 'conimanderofthe4thDiyislon. (for several [years. 1 l hauling for sufficient
j ServicesSnridiy, School'9:43. : I "If It's Glass We Have It"I
'Mr. n .
.QUICK l "* m. Momln(.'Worship, '10:59: I I CALL WRITE or VISIT ;v
. I The president 'Mrs. 'L. hspn
*. Training Union, TCO -p. M.I j .of, Gainesville visited p ,"
Royal grateful to the 'Auxi friends in'Hampton Sunday. '
i m.: Evening! 'services 8:00: 'p. i CALL COLLECT HOward 2-3011
; LOANS TO S6GO I' Youare ''share liary members for the large j] Mr. and ,Mrs, .Nathan ,Rob-k
m. United to
Come in-let's talk'it I I.t attendance at' the called meet-j! erts of Gainesville spent Sun- GLASS CO. FOR CLAUDE PHILLIPS '
over family. Prayer, time, with- us.- hag on Monday, Dec.- 4All day 'afternoon' with ilr. and: I PRESTON POLK,

::' :. -1 r '. COMMUNITY'cutmcn'KEYSTONE members were:.reaytog.athe Mrs.-- Bill.'Ur&e'rwood.-and: .Mrs.. ..- ( (NOT :INC.) NORMAN VEECH
;: HEIGHTS ana listen'to> the Louise Hagan. ;' "Formerly Peters Glass:Co."

'TAI1TkT FINANCE I Dr. A. C. Hell Minister reports given by the delegates Mrs. J. W.. 'HorneHd Billy; !' We Design Modern. 7Store'. 'Fronts

Mrs. James L. HetheringUra attending the various meet- Home and Mrs. J. H* McAl- :Just Mail Us Pattern, FarTable CopelandSAUSAGE

I U VY 11 COMPANY Organist and Director. ings.The hany",drove. t Reevesvlile, S.'I Tops I I131i

Richard Youth DIr. important item ef new C. Saturday''to'.take-Mrs. Me- !
i : N. W. 4th PI. t G esyme Fla.'Phone FR2-4353 COMPANY 0 ALACHUA, FLORIDA
.Sunday School 9:45 a. m. business was a
Phone, 964-9091 144. W. Call h Morning Worship 11 m.Young Service program giving a w if kV: visit 'Mere.! The :Hornes I "
i !' 1 '\ ? -t r < t n* 4 I .
;S '- .People p. m. helping hand to make the returned Srndayafternobn.Mr. ; .. -.-- I :7

children happy at Christmastime .,and .Mrs..Frank Hardln,1. I r

The Auxiliary, 'will Join of Jacksonville visited Mr. and I '

55 hand in hand with Mrs: -E..J., Mrs'1C B.'Watteron'Sunday.Mr. AREABUSINESS DIRECTORY '
1 'kk t* bUr 1st fir 'I
T ; : : IIIIhII3IJIIMIfM. Givens, owner and manager .- and. !dr* lenn' McIntosh :

t, *I; D1ctrlcal Cifts at}fir of the. Reno Theatre, other I of Palm Beach Spent the ., ,

: ... K1' .organizations and churches in weekend-here'wtth"Mrs: Ethel -
:.. 'Iii
.. .. ,. .. .,. .., ,. .. putthig IKls"1 'progrant ovftn: Tidwell, who is improving "" 't
I: '. '"!,. ."........, t" t.t., IkJ: ; J' ....'... 1Si: (d Blender The theatre will beth- .center after" recent illness.yVVYVYVYYYYYVV. AUTO GLASS, AUTO SALES & SERVICE:I FARM'EQUIPMENT OPTICIAN :
;. ';. 1.,, '! I D Bottle Warmer for this activity. %atch this '3'
\ :\\t:' : Crane:: Motor Co. I
':\1:. -.'- 1" :: O Broiler paper, for, the ,date and time. Vyyyyv'B.ROOKER Mauldin's Rush's Tractor, Co.

'I b .. ,, .. ..',':-''v'''.'"It">O .., '...,. : Sii- D CM OpenerD Band Parents Club' LARK'ANGLIAENGLISH Inc." Beckum's Opticians
.1" Clock The last I
of the
.. ", meeting '
Auto '
,"1\.i..' .' "V .. .' ... ,.. ; G Coffee Maker Band Parents Club for this .,;* .. >. c FOBDAuthorized NEW _HOLLAND Llndser' L BeckBOk, B. O.
;. i','j ''.1._ '. t S.. ..' ; Q Deep Fat Fryer 'year will,.. >eheld: Monday ALpS 'CHALMERS Lenses Duplicated t'
!;i ..t ... :; ":: ; $/':j Q Food.Mixer -1 'B1 ih4y Oreea_ Sales & 'Service MASSEY-FEBGUSON
: & night, Dec. U, in the library.All .
', l
it. MCompkte Service far AllMakes" Artificial Eyes Prerriptloni
.. .I iI ,
\ : Pan
,,.: .. f ," -. !r :. D Fty parents and interested 4AAAAAAAAAk4AAAAAAAAAAMr. GLASS J u.. >r Filled
... Farm Equipment And Promptly
: .. : : : Q HairDryer p
:. ',c'-'.'-:' .: ; '. D Heating Pad friends are asked to attend ': .'and Mrs. Jack-Simmons Windshield, & Door, Gfea. 506 E.. University Ate. Tractors
and 22
help plan for the banquet.The 1 W "
I : ... "Here's line Q Ice Cream Freezer of Gainesville visited. :Mr. and. Replaced In Any Make FE 2(251Gainesville FB 6-4385 PR e-3511.
a 400 Social. Club will
kl D Juice Extractor ; .. Mrs.-N.C. Moti Sunday; >'', Car Or Tract *.*. Fla. Archer Rd. Gainesville! Gainesville, FJa.,
hold its
) ., ., Q Knife( Sharpeper. anniversarycelebration John' Dale Register was "'the
,, Dec We,Handle Safety GUM ,
: : ogift8for I ; Q Floor or Table Lamp on weekend guest of his sister! GARDEN SUPPLIES
?.: 10,; in the RJE cafetorium. v- FB2; 1 **;. I POWER SAWS
Power Tools Mrs. Hazel Hart; in' Jackson
I:,:.*, Q -
:' Better Llri i; '. ." N Q'Vacuum Cleaner The All 'clubs public lS"cordially'lnvited.of the "city have ville. '. -- 1314," 8. !Main. GainesvilleV', ,. COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION Johnson & Paris_ I
Q Radio.Television or Hi-Fi Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Kelleyof Inc. .
" .. o Rotisserie been notified: by postal communication ,St. Petersburg visited Mrs." 'JfcCULLOCH.

r- p Sandwich Grill 'of this grtmd af Rosa Kelley Saturday. Complete, Line of CHAIN lAWS '

": : ELECTRICALLY !. O Shaver fair. 'Programs will be available Mrs. W': ErBigham, Jr. and. AUTO SALfeS SERVICE Refrigeration SEEDSPLANTS- 'NEW.Usm.8.AUS

I Q Steam-Dry Iron at the anniversary site. family accompanied Mr. Big- "', FERTILIZERSInsecticides SERVICB'Forida ,

.j Q Toaster Refreshments be served"ham-to'tSe. airpoK) fix, Jack- Service Co. I : -Pet Supplies %.
j :,:1. OWaffleIron and a good progr urr1spIart sbhvUle !'Friday"night, "- wherehe 'We Rent, Fertilizer' 0 Spreaders' Saw Co.

J JJ Q Electric Blanket or,Sheet ned for your entertainment. caught plahe Louisville, PLTMOUTB VALIANT Sidney Leopold, Owner 224 N.W.'. 8th'Ave.Gainesville. .

V. AndForThatverySpe-ialGift The time is 2:30': -. p. m. i Ky. ''oh buslness.. He returned. Authorized Sale* -Parts C erelalltetrlren.tll'D Th-O475. ... 'FB '- ill
OES Notice '
,.../ ALL-tUCTKC IrtCXTJAfctawyoftpsmackint Saturday nigh Service Air:: Condltlrl"f Fla. 2538, N. B, 1Kb DT.

..' The'Worthy-' Matron of Dell J.'E. ''Townsend was ,visiting t FririiSiire lee Makers ,- Gainesville '

.Chapter 168' OES; asks- all in Palatka and 'St./'August1ne Ilawcs.PowersMotor -Sold And'8eniced Arytime LADIESWEAR.., .
members toetati:3Op.i. over the,weekend.Mi : ..
'-at-the' Co. Gainesville FB 2-8392 Cherry'sGainesville's SPQRTING GOODS)
Thursday,.Dec Masonic -anl Mrs John -Maquar (: '
Hall:ori Brownlee st'for. \ FB 2-2511 r'.* e1bta.8a'1700. ) 'J4ost: :Fashlonjibla
Eva 1SVi le Tnt visitIng -
of ; were '
the election of ,- officers / 1 Xddre. ,. s ?o Tifld .M i'h1.
; Flitu'OalMy and 'to pay aU'pUt"'asseS4." : :Mr, and Mrsv/Burl: Greenanddaught .204 N. Main, GalnesvUfr DRESSES *SCftS -COATS Area's Most Complete Uu

tcwu' ,ments .&nd -dues before ..... -- rs" Saturday- afternoon Used ,C&rI.U.N.. Mah* CONCRETE PRODUCTS ACCESSOBIE3J05 of gportisg Good &s.
.. ,
.. *
I ... ,< .:. new year.-r-MxsJLuma. : Home* for the :.weekend from FE 4-34:3 ,( W v Unireklty.! Gainesville Jimmie Hughes, Inc.
W. M. and Rev.
: ;
c' ". ThOin-j' THAT 'ALL YOUR 1113 W. University Oa1asrifla
I ',' .''. W.P. college were Sue McDavid 0" .. I INSIST I MOVER' ,. .
Church NewsBethlehem from Valdosta State Collegein CONCRETE PRODUCTS SHOES .
ValdosU.Ga./Terrel Green LINCOLN. ; MERCURY:' I ARE THE.BBST; FBOJ1Edwards 'Gainesville
Will '
Free Bap
from the University of Flori- ,
the Church .
schedule. All
activities r tf a1i'uirdnreei-f kern 1 I Mayflower r
starting at 7T36 p.'m. Authorized Skies <- SeiT1ce- BuildingSupply : Bob's Shoe Store
Florida Southern I
: "
Monday. FaithfuLClub. -T es'- I ,
Senior ?tr.- and ,M.DeweyPowleras Parts. II I Inc. 4'W LONG Shoea for The thtlre'FOaTUNEFOR)4'Pamfiy'.
ChOOll'modt11l. day, 'Choir ; : ttOVlNb '
,]k phriatmat be a,thoughtful giver. care ehildretr f"8tarte4isited DISTANCE '
t !
: i
| Mtchanlo
..PjajrerMeeUng., 'Thu>sday. Trained GMt
fr/ 'ieCtricciftI'e.bet el' trj uA cirHrituy !!,,, i Aiftjjtoeattroraitiwnd4heworij..iflttfestinc Home. Mission and- Jun-' i'Mr: and'Mrs:'fidd. S.'Polk. and! : '- 728 8.. Main FB 24; 44GalnesTiHe Storage 'And Crating" !*, CHABM SET FOB wd.MEN

i *all the nice; thuigs that words bhhot, rpfes .lt*fcj!on %--- dLshefr5mtre3ndTrke torQuter ''Saractlw.Fri&y., ozt 'receiltli. x ,tx. ITwd Can- f") I j Fla -'Gab11le' FE. (-5224MUSIC END: WELL FOB CffiLDBSN'
I g'iAfl( through the year. There are nUrvelou pelectiom in .(ntandThncs." i Prayer.'Band' meeting.- Sator-I "-Mrs .C 'R:
all prices *nd for every.age. and interest .. :: 'ttrlWJ altd iriierer. I day I Can.CJub; ; All members t j It OWtM&parent.' -6U'*. Mala. Gainesville,;. ELECTRIC. MOTORS : SUPPLIESLillian's 21- -W. University- -Oa1nMj1--......

r : andaUWeasjIoprrs'hefl t and :frendi. are invited. 'A't' Mr. and ,Mrs N, C. !MOti_ '
I Music Store I YARNS..TOySTime :
',_ J01 foflo'ths I 1. singing,'progranv: 'will. ,be_ held I II Sundayw- : Efectric Motor I
I .'Dee;:. 10 3:30 j Gainesvi3e Leader"
: snnplirecipis..IRtLat at : p.1 'Mrs., Bedie Conerly -of .. I

';kJtS; fJ Jl1 !.iJ : yf irf.r : !'i :,etctric! ppRaa ,(tJeiea. i,, m., -.Ptt&fc,;- mvited. i I Hague was the Sunday guest I- Sales -.S r'' Parti 8 Repair. :: CoMOTOR ... Shut 1S53 t .. : ipr Ii

'. 1 Allen of Jrs: ,Mattie SowelJ and c.
Chapel Church Rev.
oE .... VILI&,. ; .
.: ...IT'S CHEAPER. TOO U. A. Sampson., will. obeerve Mrs.' Rosa' 'Kelley.. I ., *. ,- r'_" :. Pl&05. :

.' '- i' Trusfee 'Day"* thIs S mfar.1I ;i Mrs. W. *E.-Btiham. Jr. and j)Miller.Br$ own Motors C o)' "'t21'BJ" ; "'o.. ,.C.... c 08b 'OGN5-U931 nANbRdks- L *. .Tffl.*- r.. Oo FriL-d':il'-

COMPAHtHCLPIN6 I Starting: "Trtth SundtrSthooL'; 1| family and:: Stanley.Green i ; $' A. :I.t.Lin& _
FilRIDA POWER. & U6HT. The 'Junior..Church .will have] 8 L $ BViC& ,*Quita 'Chief t -- '...1 Gaihesviilc '
haddtaner.ii J'-
J\ : [1 ; Sat-; / : ..,....... O. "a;;.;..: --' ,. \ I,. .
'it :
charge of the mornlnjr.service'iwith i "YF& ., w., : gxX" ,U. '
'UILD.flORI9A urda "night 'cfleJoaUng Mary '" .

..." 1 Miss .Fannie".Bell ;Frazier j jas Jane's birtl !fat,'. ., ."-'Un11'ers1tJ'OF''' -. .. Are.. 'Lti iom:, :. BudgetsFB.65S31 ,' Toys, Gases, D.Qfebl ,

..' ...,- ', ': '- _...r....-. .......-..... --......--- .'....._I r ,the ,11,a.BL.vfipeaker.. Attip. 1 'The'Broeter Ba tM'C3mrefa ., ,.-.-:'.. -1.-: 7'-t J1I 'J .;B'Z JI;> < It2'L--P1nit.- !: .- .. .0a1ninmt' : 2 .- .: "
.:m; Rev; zIASaiPeQn4in -ended, 'thre,1ylutday, :- -' -" ->, :l S; 825 W. Dtaytriity,
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_: mTTTRsnAV. DEC. '7. 1961 ? U____ _
w i
I fast to them and whisper a .. '.-. I, V"I' .,1 II I II I I r II weight, over 12 million r A., :off immediately. upon getting in us?" ,:
c prayer of Thanks. merican families are now us- out' of bed.! Shared family experiencesand
Home Demonstration' e ing, them. I having a good set of val- way you write. Come in and
Last week on Friday we a 6Wired areas should not select jour favorite ESTER-
Without a night of restful t ues are so important for well '
buried an old lady almost 94. be tucked between mattressand BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE
.. They live to be old out here. t Notesby sleep, you cannot perform to footboard or jammed against -, knit families. These make for GRAPH.
your fullest the next'day. one having'a good outlook on i
n Lots of people past 90 in this I a wall. i
: If you "will always have a life, too.
state. She passed away at 3:30: ) DOROTHY ROSS 7. Avoid piercing the blanket -

L { a. m. I felt good when we got I Home Demonstration AgentU. spread on top and.a sheet. between with pins or other sharp Objects
ly"iura and the blanket
upgessr the call and was not so sleepyas you that might damage the Home
POHCA.NEBRWherein --- i the blanket will not get dirty Thrifty ImprovementsStart
vided grants of lands I i
one often is. Soon Don andI S. D. A. CentennialS public j electrical insulation.
I to the States for establishment I I and will not require washingvery
Values And
were on our way to pick up of Agriculture Orville Family Here
often. it is -
But when
r the sunny busy Long evenings went slow, went her body, at the nursing home.It Freeman has announced of a college where agricultureand : j Responsibilities
I soiled follow these suggestions
hasten was like old times again. of the mech nic arts are 'Li!& Chairmen in
: days of November on quick that the U. S. Department \ for Family -
and brinf Thanksgiving and As rosy apples "and smellinglike Don and I working together., Agriculture will observe in 1962 taught .The 'University of I 1. three of the Home DemonStration -
dry-clean an -
ushers in December. heaven We did not talk much, we just the Centennial Anniversary of Florida in Gainesville is the Clubs gave the programon
blanket. The
j Who remembers a dining room Bowls of popcorn appearing at worked with care and skill. its establishment. President. Land-Grant ,Institution in materials which sheathe the Family Values this month.
Finally Don lay down to resta Florida. Mrs. Hiram Bennett -
: table, seven Lincoln signed the act creating wiring may disintegrate on They were -
Smooth and round I know is There valentines with news- bit, and I rested a little before the Department on May 15, From their beginnings the contact with cleaning solvents. Lawtey; Mrs. H. B.

: 'abl print lace I made the coffee and ,1862. land-grant colleges and the 2. Laundry automatic blank- Mitchell, State Farm; and

+ To know as well to have and Were cut and pasted with got breakfast. President Kennedy signed USDA have had close cooper- ets with mild lukewarm suds.If Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr., Starke. .

paId hard-won grace. Fred came home this Fri- into .law a Joint Resolution of ative relationships. In 1887 the a washing machine is used, Many of our outstanding I

A Pockets full of childhood gold. The petaled lamp swung from day from college and took me the Congress which declared Hatch Act was passed which keep to short washing cycle. leaders have seen a need for

III 'There.' patterns were pinned a chain above to church Sunday morning. that the centennial of the establishment was the basis for the nation- Use no bleach. Line drying is families in this changing WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR.

+i and scissors flew. I With a width of warmth en- There was a farmer over at of the Departmentof wide system of State Agricul- preferable, with the blanket world to re-establish their I AND OUT-DOOR FIXUP.

Cutting fine silks and yards closed love. Wayne'that needed a man to Agriculture be celeb'rated.! tural Experiment Stations. In hung smoothly lengthwise over values. Our values are those A. B. C. Finance
our 1914 the Smith-Lever Act was
of blue dig post holes Saturday. So The Department has made the ine. things we cherish a feeling
So the past Is kept for theheart's passed establishing the Fed- .
Checked ginghams.. There Fred had me get him up at contributions to the development 3. Dry away from direct concerning goodness or badness \
reading, writing, arithmetic long night seven as he had promised the of American Agricutlure eral-State Cooperative Agri- sunlight. and activities that we

Tii In a firm gold' circle of oak man he would,help him out. along' with others such as the cultural' Extension Service. 4. When the blanket is .think are,worthwhile and give Phone 964.5291
and light. Care Of Electric Blankets ..
H The morning was dark cold Land-Grant Colleges and thoroughly dry, fluff 'up the meaning life. Helping the Complete Line of Hardware
Gladys .McKeeI Several layers of blankets or children establish their values
and frosty as he drove awayto State Universities. nap with a short brush.
loved the above quilts may be. enough weightto and putting these values into
poem work. He came home witha Land-Grant College Other'suggestions for care
t'p .1: which warms my heart., I re- ,check for $6.50 and his car Centennial interfere with restful sleep. of the blanket are: action formed the basis of the Bradford Building Sinralv

;. snewstarfrx MAICO member the long dining table all greased and washed. He The year 1962 will also work While a ,sinsieiayer; of an 5. Never leave an automatic discussion. The\ influence we,
.'-' of childhood days At home, was happy. Sunday he helpedhis of blanket turned on when it is have on others seems to hinge j
the Centennial Anniversary elecrtic blanket will give the
M4 and believe, it or not I am sit- Grandpa go an an ambu- not in use. It should be turned on "What can others count on 301 E. Call Street ,
il.I the Morrlll Act which pro- desired warmth with' so little ___
!! ting at a round old-fashioned lance call. He Is a wonderfulboy __ 1a!"
x table of solid oak. the and young man.
r pedestal type like was so pop-
... COOKIES [Quick and Easy
ular about 50 or
years ago
t from Missouri: 3-4 cup Bis-
,. This furniture Don inherited -
Hi R pantyFeatherweight more. quick 1 pkg. of Instant Pudding -

/; Comfort from his Aunt Mary any dry kind, 1-4 cup
:4 r '' See the Exciting New McKinley. All pieces are in !
oil or melted shortening, 1
solid oak in a dark mission
r M A BCO egg, 1-4 ;up cut up nut meats.
finish.Like the above
C poem
Combine the Bisquick and
here I cut our garments, I ,
f pudding. Stir in oil and egg i
write letters, I worked on
A Laboratory' Trained and l nuts. Mix thoroughly and,.
lessons when I took' my ,correspOndence -
make dough into balls the size!
Hearing Aid Consultant courses. I love
of marbles. Place on greased
this table. When Don's children .
+ from cookie sheet and flatten with
.. and children I
my come
fork. Bake at 350 degrees for
: put in leaves and it is stretched -
12 or 15 min. Eat plain or iced.
.. ; long and can seat a crowd.
Whoopee! I still have some In one column I gave prune

: SERVICE things of the happy past before pie. and the sugar was left

,516 Professional Bldg. Wars begun. Before WarI out. Add one cup. Less couldbe I Get
used if you do not like IFoi'd in
which took all my childhood
: Jacksonville 2, Fla. will bin e things so sweet.It -
and schoolmates away to war. your ,
8thatkKOCH'S '! : ;: !-i" -
Starke Friday Dec. Now most of them have passedon. is a lovely afternoon here. : y-: ; .

(. DRUG STORE Then War n that took my I dried my clothes'outside

Come In for a FREE hearing son and so many boys 1 had this morning. Now the shirts .'
taught away to suffer and now and things are ironed. I wash-
.*test and demonstration' J I the cold war and my grandson' ed the russ that are used herein

No obligation. Give a is "Al" and will some day soon this dining room. I have a I time for Christmas I

: MAICO\ for,Christmas., I have to go. But for the heart's turkey ordered for Thanksgiving 'j'

( long night I keep in memory and will make pumpkinpie -
I the happy things and hold and have oyster stuffing
and cranberry Jelly. Ah, life ':

i is so wonderful in the United :, Here's a preview of the festive choice .of, '62 Christmas! .D aY.Your choice-Falcon. new- Fords

: IF YOU!! NEED S-T-O-P States think of! I the feel poverty badly and when hard-I Fords you can have in time for Christmassize Fairlane Galaxie a big choice of

ships some places.in the I and the line is 33 models long! Just check the full-size Ford wagons and compact Falcon

MONEY AND YOUR world. But since I alone cano ; want Then in and "'
nothing but give CARE, I one you now._ come pick wagons.Your choice i of four new Thunderbirds, --- -

HOUSE NEEDS go merrily 'on my way. When your Ford in person. Leave the rest to ustoo!. It's time to make up your Christmas

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Company Will Remodel Or web of family ties that bindsus FALCON FORDOR SEDAN

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Add On To Your House And Pay Off Your Bills. I understanding, and in_ love.I *2?* *w i 3

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NOTHING TO PAY TILL 62 savings. See twerve'more
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Rooms Added Porches Enclosed we lift up our hearts in grati- models. ,_ .
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** Roofs Reshingled New Baths we bless thee, we give _thanks ; : .

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