Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03613
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:03613
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1 ,. I Council Pushes $394,348 Awarded .

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1:0 301 South Sewer ProjectMeeting .

,. in special session of the project, mainly the
x with engineers Tuesday night, three streets, are expected to To Property Owners
Starke's city council decidedto
.... apply for'a public loan to be financed by a federal loan.
The will not be
f city eligible
d sAtLIV complete the most pressing -
portion of the city's 301 south for a federal grant until Sep- Verdicts totaling $394,348.00were property, including building, ton Smelser (Azalea Motor

sewer and water project.In tember of 1962, nine months read in Circuit Court here land, and estimated business Court), $21,470.C. .

; the' face of a long wait away and the loan is not expected Wednesday afternoon, repre- loss for six months. This was Marks Ritch and wife
to receive federal funds the .senting amounts awarded to (Ritch's Fruit & Gift Shop),
to for six several thousand dollars'
go through more '
i council is attempting to install property owners on U. S. 301 21470. ".
... & sewer and water facilities un- months. Starke can get a loan South in condemnation suits than the court's appraisal of L Tyler Jones and wife, .res-
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der the new road before it is government tried here during the past two $63,000 for the property and idence, 18750.
Smith hard surfaced. The State Road per cent interest if, after ad- weeks. Attorneys fees totaled. business loss, but considerablyless L. M. Gaines and wife, and
Her Majesty, Queen Sandra Ann and Kay Harriet, left, and Jo Nez Love
the for bids to
Department has already received vertising job $33,618.05. than the amount the H C. Broadway and wife (B &

bids for resurfacing 301 non-government firms the Any dissatified property own- Houpts asked for -$113,000.The G Truck Stop); 18050.
[}f Sandra Ann Smith Crowned Berry Bowl QueenBeauty south through Starke! but, as- city does not receive a better er has 15 days in which to file county maintained that William FUce and wife (Crescent .

yet. has not let the contract.It offer. motion for a new trial. After Doctors Hospital, in its present Motor Court), $14,755.
will be at least six months The grant, though federal that,.the court will enter a final form could be built in six Maxie Carter Jr. and wife,
poise, and a talented]I i I The new queen is the.daughter -student at GHS was second Lyon, North Florida Supply, before the city can hope to monies is administered by the' judgment, and the money will months' at an estimated cost of reSidence, $13,775.

voice proved to be the combina- of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred runnerup.The Incorporated. get a.loan fpm> the federal State Board of Health. In a be disbursed. $39,000. An expert witness puton B. T. Thomas and wife (restaurant -

tion needed Friday night to Smith of Gainesville and her other seven finalists and Congressman D. R "(Billy) government '.with which to point system by which the Largest award $88,000 went the stand by the defeu, nts, service station, gar-

make Sandra Ann Smith, 17- hobbies are acting and singing.She sponsors were ((1-r): Sally Ann ,Matthews was master of' ceremonies complete 301 and other pro- i board rates the towns that get to John A. and Sara Torode for declared it would require' a age), $12,422.Lonnie .

year-old Gainesville High had ,the soprano lead in Epperson, Tenvillegar Motors; for the contest and jects, Engineer B. M. Tannerof grants Starke has 22 points of right-of-way through the former year's time and an estimated Wurn and others (old

School senior, Starke's 1961 "Kismet," a school play. She .Suzi Broadway, Register Oil crowned the new queen. Judges I Melbourne told the council. 30. A town or city usually has Nolhnan Village property, $66,200 to duplicate the present airport property), $7,500.L. .
I Strawberry Bowl Queen. was sponsored by Belk-Lindsay ,Company; Linda Huggins, Slade. included Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. According to Council Chair- to have 26 or 27 points in order purchased by Torode several building. H. Futch and wife (resU

Her Majesty was selected:I of Gainesville. Gas Company; Patricia Solo- of Starke, R. H. Outlaw of man J. I). Doyle the 301 por- to obtain a grant and years ago. Included in the con- Other major awards included -dence), $7,600.

from 10 finalists and reigned First runner-up in the contest man, Jacksonville, Susan Blade Jacksonville, Mrs. George La- tion of the proposed sewer project Starke expects to pick up the demned property was a service. : D. L. Thomas and wife, $5,*
ever the' annual 'Strawberry, sponsored by the Starke I remaining points after the station and rental
I Starke Rotary Club; Cookie Rue of Keystone Heights, Mrs. will cost, $88,000 and approximately several P. G. Felos and wife subjectto 979.Carlos
I Bowl, contest between Starke' Junior Woman's Club, was Kay I I 65 cent of the completion of the planned houses. interest of T. R. Connell andhis Musgrove and wife,
and Bollea of Jacksonville Saturday Harriet of Palatka. Jo Ne Mathews, Bradford Fuel Oil Joe Dauer of Melrose, and Carl per
J, I work on the road needs to be work on 301 south. Dr. Calvin J. Houpt and I wife (Whispering Pines Motel), $5,575.
; night December, 9. Love, 17, of Gainesville and a I(Association, and Patty Kay Roberts of Lake Butler. completed before the road is Present plans presented to wife Marie were+Awarded $71,- $22,650. Earl Goodman and wife

paved. Doyle estimates the the council Tuesday night, call 330 for their Doctors HospTU 1 l Mary Underwood Buby Ben- (commercial garage), $5,410.00.!

Abril Z. PadgettBrooker Merchants Slate work to cost about $60,000 but for sewer work on the road to Horace O. Dyal and wife, $3,-

has received no exact figure be complete from Call Street I .,
Western Type from the engineer. to just past Alligator 'Creek Shi Smith and wife

Man ConvictedOf Fun.Night Ways of financing the loan From there a sewer line will be $4,216, and $945.

will be discussed at an infor- installed on the east .side of F. Register Jr. and wife

mal session of the councilmenset SOl to the city limits. Wide $2,500, and $760.
Starke merchants are stag-
for 6 m. next driveways at Jack Edward's W. G. Graudon and wife, $5,-
2nd Degree Murder ing another pre-Christmas fun Dec. 19, 'prior to the regular Grocery and Stallings' Service 1. 318.A. ,
Test this Friday night from 7 meeting. The discussion will Station and Restaurant would E. McKinney and W. H.

to 9 o'clock when, West- not be a council meeting and make the cost prohibitive if Noegel and wife, $3,046.

Abril Zenus Padgett of : stroyed 1 1y' home." The defendant I examination that he didn't trn-type orchestra will play nothing will be passed upon lines were not installed while Manervia Holmes. and others, .

Brooker was convicted of secOM also said that he remember saying that he for street dancing in a roped- until the regular meeting at 7 the road is torn up for widen i $6,735.

degree murder last FrI- thought his life was in dan- would have killed his wife off block on 'S. Court 'Street. p. m. ing. A. J.. Thomas Jr., $4,750, and

day In Alachua County Circuit ger when Bracewell advan- too, but he couldn't shoot her Also featured will be the Other sewer projects on the Cross-overs will also be put trTlIP ? $1,900. .

Court, for: the .slaying of ced on him. He denied earlier because she held their four- "Cisco Kid" sent herewith council's list, are a new sewer under the road in readinessfor : N. W.: Mansell 3,570, and

Douglas Bracewell of Gainesville testimony to the effect that months-old child in her the compliments of Ward treatment plant and expan- future needs for a sewer $600.N..

'last, March. he had previously threatenedto arms.W.. Baking Co. of Jacksonville.He sion of overloaded sewer lineson line on the west side of the W. Mansell "and Gladys

Second degree murder 'car- kill his wife. He said that I E. Walker, Gainesville. will bring along'the trailer Orange, Water, and Church road. The line east of, the road Ayers, $2,060.Francis .
ries' a penalty of from 20 he 'had been In poor ,health police department detective with a miniaturjB ,merry- Streets. Those'portions,of the will have a pump station on it. Meng and wife '$!,-

years to life imprisonment.' for a ,long, time and was who lives on the Hawthorne' go-round providing tree entire project which constitutethe Purchasing Plans r + 206, and $250.

Circuit Judge John A. H. emotionally disturbed by his road, testified that a distur- rides for the kiddies. major part of the job will In the only other topic discussed Louise M. Stern, 1.000.

r Murphree, gave Padgett's at- wif 's suspected' affair: bance about" a quarter, of a Santa Claus. will, be; ,on not be. started before federal Tuesday night the ',C*. J>.; (Jai;Edwardsarm -i
I torneyrSigs&ee "Bcruggvujitil : << : "' ss stant' State's AttorneyBelmont mile' from his home,lei!."him. handto- "meet and' -greet' the funds are available.. council decided that all city .' wife,..$l,6mRuby k

Dee;: 18 to file a motion Tench pointed out to contact the .Alachua the children and listen to The city can obtain a par- employees will obtain. a pur- I. .i !", : $. Johns, $1,160.

4 for "a new trial. The 'judge .conflicts between 'Padgett's County 'sheriff's t department their. "wants" ,for'Christmas. tial grant, up:to 30 per cent of chasing ticket or number before "A. D. ,Crosby and wife, $"-
Tornado End Hallie
also agreed to a defense, request testimony'from'the stand and about 6 p. m. the day of the Most stores will .again the cost of construction to buying anything. The Seymour 150;.

..for a pre-sentence in- his statement. to the state's murder. feature super-specials to be build the sewer treatment council will also approve all .'Edna Garnett Studer, $lr, "..

vestigation.. attorney on the night, of the When Deputy Henry B. sold only between the hours of plant. Starke is eligible' for a bills incurred by the city at Signs UF Grid ScholarshipBradford L, H. Outlaw. 'and wife, ? -

Padgett, who had been Indicted .killing Parker arrived at the Walker 7 and 9 p. m. Friday maximum of $112,000 in grant each meeting whether or not I 720. ,
for first degree' murder; Padget said under cross [Continued On Page Six] money. The remaining portions they have been paid. City Ben Suslow, Anna SusKv
High Tornado end said immediately after the
based his defense, on a plea Clerk Merrill Edwards was instructed and Johnny Kopelousos. $V0
of self, defense. In 7th Berry Bowl TiltBradford to pay promptly all Hallie Seymour is shown above game Saturday that Seymour, and 400. .'
signing a grant-in-aid scholar- will "catch a lot .of withthose.
Padgett was :convicted of bills which carry discounts if passes Annetta,L.?;Tucker, $648.H. .
with of Florida hands
ship University big and boot
killing Bracewell l.when, he paid within a certain period of A. Prescott Jr. and wife
Coach Jack Green immediately many punts with those big
the Gainesville man $435, and $430.
caught time.
Bests Bolles 21-12 after the Strawberry Bowl feet.-
Myrtice. Pad
and. his wife contest Saturday night be- -..- ---.---
get together In a secludedarea tween Starke and Bolles of
off the Gainesville- Bradford Cagers I -r
Hawthorne road last March For 21st Consecutive Looking on are Hallie's parents -
of the principals Victory
9. All three Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Sey-
employed at Sunland Lose 2 GamesAfter
were mour. The tall end picked the .
Center in Gaines-
Training Bradford High's unbeaten| since Palatka turned the trickin a 75 yard TD jaunt and Cadet' Gardner, who looked as if he University of Florida from a '
vUle. grid machine showing only 1959. quarterback Wells MacMurray host of colleges and universities -
Mrs. Padgett testified that ; had saved perhaps the best losing their first two
flashes of its usual hard driv- But Coach Len Register's picked off an Irwin Martin I which offered him a
she had had Intimate relations running of his career! for this contests of the new season, to .
with Bracewell In. the ing self, was still good enoughto eleven pulled off their perfect pitchout for a second tally all Jacksonville team brought the Callahan, 68-45 and Haw- scholarship. ,'
beat Bolles 21-12 and polishoff season only after bad scare in the space of 44 seconds. Green at first said he was r
past but not on the day of a kick-off back 26 yards to the thorne 53-36. Bradford High II i..
shooting. She said that 'the finest season in local from a determined, tough Both points after failed and Bolles 49 yard line. The Tor- School cagers will play Green signing Seymour mostly for

Bracewell the drove to the secluded football history in the seventh Cadet team. Leading 7-0 at Starke clung to a slim 14-12 nadoes began to punch out Cove at home Friday night. his ,punting ability, he con- r.
annual Strawberry Bowl con- the half the Tornadoes scored lead. sistently boots the pigskin
area and that she fol- yardage steadily until bad i We lost due to inexperiencemore
lowed him there In her car. test Saturday night. again on a determined driveas Tors Show Stuff luck befell them once more. than anything else." more than 50 yards, but s

and Bracewell then got The Tornadoes left a Bolles they received the kickoffto Only then did the,T rnadoes Halfback Marty Starling got Coach Erwin Land said of his changed his mind after seeing

She the back seat of her car, team sadder but much wiseras begin the third quarter for become aroused enough to show four yards before Gardner young team. Basketball fans him play against Bolles. Besides f- -

and into shortly .after that he they went for their llth a 14-0 advantage. their post-season crowd of again took over and punchedout will see much of Land's sop- getting off a 60 yard

looked out of the rear win- victory .of this season and Then with '6:26: remaining 2,800 the brand of football 20 yards in two tries. homore and junior players boot, Seymour caught three s

and said '"It's your old their 21st straight win. The in. the third period Bolles' that has brought them through Martin got 14 on the keeper this season as the coach seeksto passes In grand style and was
Mrs. Padgett testifed vaunted Tornadoes are unbeaten vaunted halfback, Billy Johnson 21 contests undefeated. and Gardner took off on what build a team and find a a standout on defense.
man. 'I in their last 28 suddenly shook loose for Sophomore fullback Tom Green has been quoted
her four-month-old games; looked like a good gainer but winning combination. The
since as saying that Seymourwill
baby was_also In the car she disaster struck as the pigskin team was 'strenghtened this make a "great end." He -
had driven into the woods. popped loose and Cadet Billy week' by the addition of three I'S

Bracewell, according to Johnson jumped on it at the boys, John Reddish Atrhur Ex-Con ShotWhen

Mrs. Padgett, then Jumped j Bolles 15.Fourth.' Holliday, and Bill Jackson, out j .
from the car and rushed back period began as after finishing football season I
toward the automobile In Bolles found itself on the 18 last Saturday night. Found i
approachIng after a clipping penalty had Haw-
vhJch Padgett was The Tornadoes led
It was then that the tied, them down. The Tornadoes thorne 14-10 at the end of the Looting Store W.s4f .

shooting occurred, she said. became more determined than first period ,Tuesday but they;

P diett.adJil ted the #i r ,- ever to increase their lead as went behind 24-27 at the half A Starke Negro, Eddie

Bhooting but said he shot : ,; their luck worsened and on and scored only 12 points the James Dixon, 28, refused to
Bracewell because "he had L u- fourth down end Hallie Sey- entire second half. David In- come out even after being

broken up my family and de- 3 mour, who signed a grantinaid gram was high scorer with 22 ,subject to tear gas when he

.' football scholarship, with points! while Jimmy Dowling was caught looting the CorleyIsland
I I. the University of Florida Immediately had five for Starke. Eddie Sandwich Shop on

Trade At Home ... : _________ : : after the game, Higginbotham pumped In 18 East Brownlee Street in
____ xi: broke through and threw points for the Hornets to lead Starke last Sunday, Decem-

SHOP ; Johnson to the ground for a his team 'and "three matesscored ber 10, at 3 a. m.
"' ?_ loss at the 25.Capitalizing. In double figures. Dixon' released only' two

v on their luck Ingram was also ..Starke'shigh days before from the .State
Friday Night 1 _" t
1 rlI .LK wt the Tornadoes shot Gardner scorer at Callahan with Prison at, Raiford, was shot

through for seven yards to the 11 points while John Williams in the right leg when Deputy r.i
7 TO 9 P.M. .:. 17 before halfback: John Red- had eight Nat Daniel and Sheriff WiUiard Williams '

--, .'<- :.-; ,dish, on the receiving end ofa Chuck Moore, seven, and Billy entered the shop_to rout him
SEE; ,SANTAENJOY .;.):'c; double reverse went the distance Anders six. Four Callahan out. Pleas from the law and ""Santa Claus Calling"Not

E; for his second TD of the players scored .in double fig- tear gas had failed to bring
MUSIC I night. Martin converted suc- also.
cPI urea him out every boy.and girl can be .a* tacky as two-year-old
,, cessfully for the third time to Starke's B-team lost their 'When Williams entered the
I lIEETCISCO"KID.\ -...... end the scoring at 2112." first game of the season at building Dixon threw a drink Jimmy Starling,and tell his '"want Bit" to Santa Clara in per-

I Cadets Try Again Callahan 28-23. Richard Hobbs son, but all who have access io & telephone can give Santa abuzz
,- i I ,. _.. ._... ,_ bottle at. ,him and Williams
But the relentless Cadets was high scorer with 12 points. shot the Negro's cap off. again thb-yeafr
Quarterback Martin is :'straining Halfback 'John Reddish is shown crossingthe never gave'jip.and late)hi the The B-team will play at 7 Dixon 'ran into a rest room The Starke Recreation Department au radio station WRGB

This Space Contributed all smiles minute goal line for the Tornadoes' first touchdown game started determinedly for: p. m tomorrow night with the at the rear of the building win have Santa on the phone from tie North, Pole every day
mightily here but he was a
In the the goal from their own 45. A varsity scheduled for 8:15. Williams hit 6:15 to 6:45 starting Thursday 14 and
I Weekly to Publicise against Bolles of Jacksonville and shot-again, from : Dec continuing(
later as he, crossed ,the double stripes against seventh annual Strawberry: Bowl contest halfback pass from Chip Travis ting him in the legs. The bul- through Christmas 'Eve.AH .

Community Events by Bolles for the'Tornadoes second tally In the Saturday night Reddish scored another TD to Wilbur Trafton was Drivers License let shattered Dixon's right children wishing to talk to Bafita gao&Id eaU 9M- OOL
good for 12ryards. Two plays
and left flesh wound
thigh a
third quarter ot the Strawberry Bowl 'coin: and intercepted a pass to stop a Cadet scoring later similar from Tra- He hilt be available, and the etfxversailoa gill be heard on the I
The Community a pass AH persons who have birthdays ::in his left leg. He is listed in .
test. Martin has piloted the Tornadoes tot threat before the game was over. vis to Johnson was good for in December are reminded ::fair condition in the Gainesville a-* .
,- He is scoring here on the first time the 34 yards to the Starke nine to renew theirdrivers licensesat Medical'Center. Santa will be on Call 8tJ'eet.1D; person.fZOm. 1.30 to 5.;'0- J..s'1,
State BankS ,
21 ttra1cht'wtu: and has :.never lost a gamesJace Tornadoes nm the' ball after the 'Cadets yard line as.Coach ten Regis- the ,County Judge's office The Negro told city police< daily, and unta 8 pjn. Friday night when the stores remain

J ho has fceca ftari&g quarterback. fumbled on their,25"yard line Continued on page SIx), before the holiday rush. Ic_"On rage,Six open for Me shopping. ... ... ..

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.1oi' 4LegonSef
I i costs.
Catholics Invite $27.50 or five days in jail. !
; s 11Jr I Rotary HealSDiscussion Milton Benjamin Glunt
OIt:M mllers Evelyn Youngblood; Negro: running red' light{ forfeited

j jI ,prowling in residential area' bond Of $12.50.
Dinner Bate On,
F \1 J lined: $2750 or fivedays to .
I To. Meetingsi' '. f ;. q \ '... .: .} f Allen Leggett, Negro, viola
\. i -* n 'cYAn .; Jail. tion',of city code by keepinga

i . "' .. ,At its meeting Tuesday invitation\ ., to nonmembers i BrainWashing.Methods # << Mildred Griffin, Negro bad dog fined :$12.50.William .
",;t# )'"" = night, American Legion; Post was' extended, by Father j loitering fined$12.50. Cornelius Ham, -

GLADYS'MOOTpr-; '- lQmf e64V- 56 voted to cancel the regularsecond I Connie XVUg&etiyl: pastor*'of used by the -Tommy Hardeubrook. unlawful unlawful speed, fined $12.50

Tuesday; : meeting on St Edward's Catholic''Church, Chinese Communists in removing speed,. not guilty j

I Duct./:2e,;.and'to hold its annual % 'as Bernice Bush Negro, loiter-t
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefan- Mrs. Lloyd McLean and r 11 he"announced'that his brother 'the win to resist from I ,Adult Trampoline
membership dinner on Jan. 9. Rev. Father' Dermbt American prisoners of war mg.'fined $1.5G. '
elli:and sons oil; Jacksonvillewere daughter of Green Cove 1 I Set This
SpringswerevfsitinrMrs ATQ. The post is_ completing! ; 'its ,Dougherty,; O.F.ltj will, conducta were--discussed by' Col. JamesA Andrew Jackson Moody, Friday.
Sunday visitors of Mr. : I membership drive this week 5 a three-day Mission of- Instruction ;;' : Griffin at the Rotary Club public intoxication, forfeited r"i. '<
Smith on Tuesday. ,
and Mrs. Henry Stefaneili. I with1 more: than 300 member Vf V I on the teachings of Wednesday. bond of'$37.50. A trampoline class for

Mrs. Victoria Harrell of' ships already. uv, for, the; newt! the Catholic"Church thiS'week: Griffin CatherineTyson Dell, Ne- ;adults will be held this Friday
Harold Tyus of Florida- < >1. based his talk .
Coral Gables spent the pastten J
year. In order for the post to end. gro 'allowing unauthorized 1 afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
Southern University will arrive days with Mrs. Henri on an official l report.of ,
.5J( Pratt Street Playground.
attain a 100. percent membership person to drive, fined' $27
this weekend' for the holidays etta .Hunt.rMrs. ,with theDepart- t The Mission will be open tol livings: of an the'1 but sentence' suspended. ., 'This' exercise 1s .good for
; denominations at PnLf"of"what: the 'j
J; R: Kite entered all 7:30:: ; Happened to .
with his national the leg muscles and for reducing
ment of-Florid* and the: = Ernest Dell. Negro'drivingwithout I
Bradford County Hospitalon on' Sunday, Monday; ahdTuesi } tured' men that''madei ,
Mr. and Mrs .Louis YanceyJr. it must obtain fined ; ? "
Monday for observationand organization, day' Dec: 17,, 18,' and 19;, In theparish so" do lle' they rarely attempted / license
of Atlanta, Ga. were guests as many members for the new f suspended All adults interested in ex-
church. Subjects to be 'to/ resist or escape:
from Monday to Wednesday of treatment. year as it had last year. 'will be 1 it' Ernest nell Negro, running'i ercisiag should attend this
discussed explanatory making possible for one'
Mr. and Mrs. Ih D.;Virrtng.and Cadet Dick Edmondson Commander It A. Jr. < court: first-class meeting.JI111AfY"11f001tE'S' .
; : Bishop .rather red light, fined' $6.50
'than controversial, Chinese soldierto' guard 100
and Cad Tommy Harleyof 4.x .
Col. and Mrs T. T. : will have
Long' ort stated< :that the post. Father .
Riverside5* p' Dougherty said.Sunday's' prisoners.The
the occasion of die"Vi tnp'. Military Academy; inbr 'than315 members for'the l' I
Gainesville Ga? will arrive opening talk will speaker described the --' 'in
25th wedding anniversary.. new year. All veterans who : \ =: The.Only'Cult'tation
tbe "The Person of"Christ. methods used by7theCoJn06
Mrs. X M: this weekend to spend; the served' 1917 d Green* Stamps
smithand betweenApril.' 6; : Starke Giyiftg S&!f
holidays with the R. E, $&:- 1 and His, mission as Savior of monists in "brain-washing* I: ..
daughter Terry Nov. 1918 r, Dec. 7, 1941and'Sept 1
spent Satur- and 11,
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ioncIs: i1s. Alter' the holidaysthe' mankind Monday:night;) Father prisoners, making"them' lose
day to Wednesday visiting her 2,1945* and,June 25, '
will !gb 'to Dermot win'speak' on 'TheChurch faith' and 'confidence//; In their,]
parents, Mi. and! Mrs. Jerry 1950 to- July 2T 1953; are invited Record. Warmth isoriersand', even'l
of Christ" arid the fellow
winter' quarters in Hollywood p i
: S & H
Bolden. in Opalocka. to join, the post. After down
of byHfm. their i fan back home;] '
MiL until March 3 &:
Mrs. T. C. Chastain Jr. and Earl Jeffords and, E. S. this month; however, therewill'be 'Rushes. CropsIn i The' 'final talk"''on' Tees .,thus weakening their morale I i
Mrs. D. M. Heath were visiting no''concentrateddrive day will"deal's'it""Tlie '** s.untif'te1iey" ofi f Green Stamps
of Sacraments became victims ]
Mrs. S. E. Jacksonville Frazier Alachua visited !
Reyes in' for' '
membership. Bradford! of Christ 'azidVJthi ltls." said] that I'
'giyeu He
Mr& ;
on TUesdaY :1-- -Louise-., Jetfords atu, -.. The commander announced ,
home of Mr. and-Mrs. George. means of obtaining salvation. ..,measures must be taken to |
Huggln&on.Sunday. that' the; post' will spend moretime Unseasonably warm weather After each talk, the Beaker prevent the Communists from !

on.other Legiori programsnOW' is' doing 'strangethings' to will answer oral or written using this same brainwashing :L SO 100
Mrs. Effie Johns"has had as
that; the driveis V
fruits and vegetables in Brad-
'visitors Mrs N. T" Ritch of, questions to clarify aiirez* i cl nl iue- to win the cold !

'p Mo iiSto. "'o 1. Thursday;. aid, coming toa close It is Tpr Planned: sponsor? af Legion] In,top: photo,,Mrs; T. L. Lee ( WITH LUBRICATION
Florida airs. "Henry Carter and, Mrs.Bob not of'Cattbllc'faiUL'Ttie: Etene- dominance of the world. I 1 WITH PURCHASE.
baseball team, continue the OIL JOB
: McClellari of., 1.f. .xviila'a; is:: shown with a mammoth diction' of,..> the. Most"'BlessedSacrament ,It was announced that the I BATTERY
i child welfare program send mustard: plant from the line, ,'' wflT. conciude: i ''eacb. club's annual Christmas'' :OR WITH WASH JOB of TIRE or
.. representatives to Boys: State, patch Florida''' Broadleaf'grown' ., -
: Mars of f. evening. party will be held next Wed- ,
.Miss Katherine|

I Wainwright, "of ;fSiU was assist. the' veterans, and "to hospitalization continueto ,at her home south of .CJI jf ; Fattier Dermbi ,is one of nesday. Each member will t 1 YOUR eAS PURCHASE,
t. "
program Road 100tejtves
onState .
:home 'for the..weekend. work for. the good of, this ,Starke : :t.,,,) ,, three brothers ir{ 'the- CatholicPriesthood'Hiss read a poem about some other ; .
TheatreSAT. on this plant; measured >' I, two siSfers are member, whose name he has c"
Mr. and ,Mrs. Don. Neel "Jf2) ;
now'' did ,
great' country as" we IS"'FREE'-----
-- 14, .i inches across: Mrs. Lee } .. teaching in the brde 'of will
went to Fernandina Beach "tl;.' '<; c nuns drawn, and' bring a gift ,
of ., : :;
duringtime ;
1 whUeserving
to-.visit. Mrs.- W .thinkS that a combinaUoIr'of'w "'> '..-.ft. ",. St, Joseph.. For the 'past three'years suitable- be.'Paced:1n bas-j i
Sunday O. -
... Neel l_ in the hospital..Mrs. ; ] warBishop'said.' .. rn'! weather and chicken .. ".......-.. j. he'has' been engaged in kets for underprivileged: chil-i' IF WE FAIL, TO. SWEEP
; Second Vice Commander- fertilizer account for the unusually .. .. .. l '
DEC. ,16 ;: missionary work in'Brazil, and dren. OR'
L. K: Whitehead of : H ai-'was appointed!by. Bishbpto large mustard.At '. ,' : .. "" ; I j OUT YOUR CAR CLEAN
Double Waldo was a Saturday l luncheon .- : : t during his stay there he par-
Feature-Program represent Jfae post
right Chris Columbus ,
ticipated' with his MkYOR'S..eOUR-T. i WINDSHIELD
r guest of Mrs. Bynum presentation of an Amerieanflag bishop YOUR "
1st feature Chambers and small friend, fa the ceremonial rites opening the
t the Brdbkef'schboK'Thli: Perry with a 'ft. : !
are seen
Mn and Mrs: George Barber Lelp ,.: new capital city of Brasilia. Thirteen cases came beforeStar's
is the- thud flag that. the post> : REMEMBER WE ARE THE" ONLY GULP
; vine, full' of ripe watermelonsat He learned to' -
speak Portuguesefrom 11
of GamesrUlewerf; \- II Mayor Randal Chitty
Mr.'a'id'11tr's., L. 0.:: Hazen has given this tQ 8 lsCO.untJ in the the Chambers home in __... 0; ..... _, his parish work among Monday night in Mayor's I) TATION THAT GIVES S&H GREEN STAMPS!
\ year Lincoln 'water- :
on Sunday.' Rev: Leo_ Hebe'rtj appeared as City. Ripe .. _. ..... the poor in the' inland tate of Court. ,
Christmas -- -
.MA5COPcaoR are
/ melons Goias. He also served 4 4tCor.
Dy oe wxa ; Mr: and Mrs. John e\ld1 guest' speaker on the list progiariiresentGd as professor Carrie Bell Simmons Negro STARKE TIRE SALES
:- Brad-
,a.+y ,of: Jacksonville w'ere' Saturday before. the something unusual for i SO's, breaking records for! at' the College'of St. disorderly conduct, 10!

OAYID ; eqerimsguests 1 of''Mr... Christmas holidays. ford County those dates' for many' years. Francis of Assisi in Anapolis.I'I,nights'in jail. '
Temperatures the first of i Court & Madison' Sts.: Phone 0645791
: --r* ,' Father Dermot will remainin II i
ari4 Mrs.: Jerome JohnsiPfc -is night, however; Evelyn Youngblood, Negro
; CQmnJJt1J: : er Bishop announcedr the in the mid- Rain Tuesday .\ .!.
ARINURt0rCONNEEL Bud Lawsqn 9f Port :;that ho 4th.. ,: District. Coin week were brought cooler. weather. Starke'until- h..... ,Christmas. Day. public intoxication, fined :

s Myef, Val wa'$.'h'ome for the mmndet'-y eI (}:] phlyfi in Oca1a '- .. .

d went' -will'!Left the post on Jan.,: 9 Hospital Auxiliary speakers.. hospital
R. E. Edmondson I
L Greater Selection ..
liirs.: Bruce Mathews and at' its memgersblp dinner and; Has New. ProjectThe administrator, introduced.C. .J... Greater. Savings ,
children of' Gainesville spent anti their
.. ? for members
2nd. Feature Tuesday- with Mr; and Mrs.Garl .* wiveis. Flicker of1 Motorola Communi- At Denmar '8 In Practical
Mathew. Bradford County' Hospital :-cations:&.. Electronics' Incv.who: . .'

dSl ltf60iS Mrs. W. U:'S inmeYer and Auxiliary board met at explained howrthe system

h MrsV'Mers1 t1tc1i;9' Jacfcionyiltewfftr 1g $ s.H the Garden Restaurant at noon works'.to improve communication

pcggqe Dec. 7. It was de-: between nurse and patientMr.
: v $iting- Mri: and Wednesday. <
Fricke will return for theAuxiliary's
i.Mrs. 'W; |C: Heldng". .. oi : general meeting on
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day.'C., coming year will be to install
Bradford Jan. ,15 and will give a practical -
County? Tax'+
iri"'J hmJ1teml' the the Dahlberg, Audio. JfisualCall ;; .
i tCwa. i'y. :/ sor. Gene? Long, topside t..-1 1hfs' demonstration of the new'' ,
M dfcai'Center 1 1UneiiUfe in 4 system with pillow11111

:: on Wednesday- mong. : colleague stat se. 'equipment., _
C. .
'J -
'observation. as an authority'on evaluation ;: __.. :,. :!; .. ,. ,. "" .
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'* oaE Jerome,; Johns ,attended:;:the! of' timber lands, was made'.aninstructor i .., ;i Were Stockedd from.wall l to 'wall'in\Both Buildings with. Bra> d New' Furniture
coon er oe wxe thit'subject5 at1 -r t
a I
Petroleum Jobbers executive seminar. for.on, all the state's, taxassessors i: : StoyJIdr s : .. for every room- m your House -- So: thiS Christmas Buy the Gift that will make
Cartoon:' board meeting. in Ocala. last' i
1 '
: I Ghristmases Merry VI
Dixie Fryer :Friday. The* three day meeting; heldin many. 't .(t .> J,. >; ,
Mr. and Mrs. L..D. Green :r
T8J1ah8- 5.
ee. Jecember5. I
V and Mrs. C". D;: Williams ot CROOKED PLAYHOUSE
SUN., 11i0 N" &"T1 LES/:, Mrs '' ofGre' and 6 in the House Charabjen'waar }
Starke, ; Irene' Johns! .r For I
termed a'success by LongIt
DEC. 17,. 18, '& '19Itif ri Cove, Sprinand! Mrs.Victoria' 'was sponsored by the Assessment FatherREGUNIN& CKAIRS.t
H&rell' oi' CoralGables

were' luncheon* guests_. .- ."Standards- .Division of theComptroller's .F 'k 'twA. .
office a' newbt"Ilch' { ;
c .
last Friday, ot Mr. and. Mrs. to Z F
which is supposed ?3
1 Cecil Dees in, Steinbatchee. ; '
give,local:tax assessors. a statewide 95
tie R They also'' visited 'iff. an; <|I standard on which to base .. ';: Here is a real opportunity to enjoy wonderful
Mrs.. Hunter in
0 Gopdbread their evaluations, and.is expected relaxation for years to'come. Our new Stratorester :

Mayo, and the Broadus. Warp to be held annually. I gives you floating i comfort_ eases daily tension' rests .
family .. *
Branford Longhad:: ; to explain his viewson your cares Come inan .
-......- 1"r..l<.JP .... ,Mr.. and Mrs. E. J. Dow- away. dtrylt-youllwantone
timberland' to six groups of g'-. for your cw*. One of the year's outstanding values. FROM
.(Cartoon' "r, : ling Sr. visited Mrs.. Marie the,tax assessors, including one .

ISjrejtf. fo lCarjoon l te. p-w McDavid on in Sunday.Alachua GeneralHospital day-long croup! of" women routine assessors of instruct, in n.' Extra Large Selection Of Covers And Styles For

Mrs. Henry McCord and!: He first explained his views and The Holiday Season!' '
V P-6TITp; >>S: FBI.EC .: son. Dale;: and Mrs. Vivian then, answered questions from 9d F ,

29,21 & 22cwce Edenfield of
J} Tallahassee the floor. In one class he. was

were weekend guests of Mrs.P. given an apple "' his:
by on of
For Mother This Christmas;
D. Fancher.Tate'Powef 1 r LvQc .
pupils, -and t. e. women he said, s }
F ncl's SrI pf Macclen-. ) 1
were the best group to vciiichHe 1I
ny was visiting MrS: J; H.-.. spoke.. -I I Nothing Could Be Better Than A New '.

pF SSJI Fields on SaturdaY I '

Misses; Mary Brow nlee and I :

'. wcw.A t I J,oyce" Humphrey 'of? ; Balti J Voters Urged. i ; SJNGER SEWING. MACHINE'hY }
,- ... -, ta II more. Md. arrive this weekend To Return'Cards' t. .

to spend three weekswith 4 ; I Settle For Less When You Caw Get' A Round Bobbin r

I Mrs. H. L. Browhlee and- Cards, which were: 'sent, to, x : ,Portable Made And' 'Guaranteed By SINGER For So Little .

",r' family. persons failing to' vote during ? .

: :' Mrs: Bernice Opperman pf 1960 must. be returned to the I The 'two attractive daughters of Mr. and 'Mrs.\ Carl : : _

Kid' From'MarsT Orange Park was a Sunday office of, Supervisor:! of Regis Stancil' "' pogmFoPifi! FROM! $A9,5
are above in the Crooked
j ,v visitor of M '. and Mrs. C.: L. tration not later than Jan. 1,! Playhouse. ,

..,. .... .
f-/ >* i-kf.f Dlnkins. 1962, otherwise the voting- records i iI _
fI.!! MOitN. DEC; '22 Jan Mundorff of Emory: will\not.contain the names .
University, Atlanta GaT was and those not listed wjll not be '
-Christmas Shoppers OUT OF THIS AS THE ; ;
home from' .Sunday" to. Wed eligible to' vote y in the May &rTfre.i.4itV 1 -i:

K die Matinee" nesday. primaries.J : .
Mr and >Irs. Glen Stanley The Supervisor. Mrs. :Marian Right Out Of Storyland(l '
A Gift That Will l Last Through Years And

HQW >> !GINS! 9:30A.bI.. and babies .of, JacksonyUle L. Crosby is now ,taking registrations Comes This Fascinating ; r\MM : 'f. > ,". : v"J\ ? .. -

AduJi? ant Childreji .25cPgESLEY'S and Mr und ) rs. ,George .and.urges all,newcomers ; ill'Be-UsedanYTmes Over! '

Stanley of Southport, N.. C.were to the county to come in Playhouse! HHi > <*>*'*: .-: ,
EJ.. m' Saturday visiiqrs .of ;Mr. before, the last-minute rush so I ._' .

and Mrs. Floyd,CrosbyMrs. there will be no need' to wait :

f I W., K: 'AJ xar er Miss in .line: I: See It Order -- How i r 0,5- .. t
: ) iOOMAN" Wilma Alexander and Mrs. Persons :who have moves durIng PRICES \ .2 ; : i' "
rvTr Alice' Anderson visited'Mrs.. the past year should' 'check FOR THE BIGGEST .*:1 tn _.... ., .., I
their registration to be ,; ,. ,
Kate CaWweil, In .Jacksonvilleon sire STARTfrtvmr t!
they vote in the correct : i
Saturday. pre 1 +

: .., .. Miss Sonia Hunter. arrived civet Mrs. Crosby advised: CHRISIMAS. SURPRISE: ATONLY. ..,'.. Y.., .. j I
1. t:
'' iron Asbury.CpUege. Registration books wj ,ben ...... ... .
PfUS \ CARTOONS home Saturday 'r- -y\\: :.;;; -,'!-, PER PIECE !
,i rQ. 'Ky. Jor"lth,siiotidays the precincts outside of Startle S S.. SremIit. ,
VUmpre TlIC e;
I1ring i..U? ** ."" for the convenience of <'. .... -- ..,. 4 0
JI i : new CIcs .. ..... '.
a.t\d'SJw. ..... .,' Xir and Mrs. J.-T. Quigley yoters'. during January !and, : ,"-7L. .
i : And Add Pieces .
T_ ,.. ..gi owa d a jStart A Set .Now Af Your
Decentoer'25thIATESfl6 visited'the'Cummer Art Museum -I 111'1"fTh location of .Ihe, $$1.4950 CIOt -,poick.'GKKC'ofncnrcjoking: .,., 1 *% %*# ,*<**% ""-im &fConvenience- .

: in Jacksonville\ Wednesdays -i deputies handling these .regis- .. ...... ":-$14.95 .
and'relatives in'" Gatnes. : rations will be. given later. -. ,. uv1..'
I ;willt, oil Sunday.CARD : '. this, month.. :rerms-A ail ije. ...' '" / .
: iREE..y FREE DEtlVERY"It's

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9:30 P.M.: OF THANKS .BAPTIST," ; ciiRi ..i t@chool t : :Built;Especially For:You. fh' I A, Fact You Can Do .BetterFuriitureL'Y Ae

I Y.\c die JO exp esour I 't to,a a I > ,, j ),' ''
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M I 1 Jffi\ (nelghbprsandjlhought; I Whip., :11.L k! '- L. .
s-rt! 'J'
d ful friends' ..pIlleartfct r.Training( 1 : 't1riion. :3.p( mi: Ji' : : I

/ thinks their.tmanr\ ,ex- {v eiiliig WorshIP; p.1 J 1. I LaRne. Co n: <. : fenma r k ; ;: y..i >

..pree dsspf .sympathy.(lUK prayer aIeeW'x:80' ifadnesdiy*} rpor'A J : ; p.... . 'J 'J; "' J '
food and beautiful floralcfckte *, ; -p;:ui!' ;:Iter. 'Joe ,R op." r :;; .r:!!? !.i..". j
':rtt4J.WM 6liw\ : : jpSA '-:.tB r.nmin'- .,,-pknist. ; "B etter.:"I qikH0me8:" : ....

Glen Normanf: SindtyBeddizur ;Schoolil :: OF STARKE .. .,
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I'I v Vinings Observe ._.. :. -- -- Madison Baptists I Men's Basketball 1 t .. .. 'Social l Security

I I '" 25th Set Reception Being Organized of.the
Wedding I I If A representative .
If j I Gainesville Social' Security
For New Pastor
Anniversary .
I I An' organizational meeting office will beat the courthousein
t II I I of the Men's Basketball, League 1 Starke\at'' 9:30( a. mi Friday,
The Madison Street Baptist!
Mr. ana: Mrs L.. D. Vining ,: will be held Thursday night,t' .
t- GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-0631 __ ___ were "at home" to a: few of II I I Church, 900 block West Madison -: Dec. 14, at- 7 o'clock _at the. Dec. 22 for,the purpose' ofconducting
St., will hold a .reception locial- security
their close friends Tuesday Pratt Street Playground. .
1 for the new pastor, W. It!. Dun-
St. Mark's Vestry Ladies Night evening when they' celebrated All. sponsors, players and u5iI.1eA1.. _, _
their twenty-fifth wedding j agan and his family on, Sun % managers should attend. I
Meets ThursdayAn HighlightsRotary anniversary. day, Dec. 17, at the church !
Only teams represented a I
The lovely affair was held I from 3 to 5 p. m.
YearA this meeting will be allowed For Sole!
important meeting of the in-.the-Vining, home on West The members of all religious
s to play in the first half of theleagues
of St. Mark's Episcopal Madison Street which was bodies and other interested
,Church was held Thursday highlight of the Rotary beautiful for the occasion with scheduled. LARGE CEDAR

I Dec. 7. The budget w-as drafted year was the ladies night din- artistic arrangements carry- friends .are'cordially invited.

for 1962 and delegates were ner-dance held in the Wom ing out the silver motif. The .Heilbronn 'Baptists 'I '

elected to the Diocesan Coun- an's Club last Thursday evening mantel in the living room wasa Girl Scouts Hold To Present', Open Wider/ Please! Xmas TreesWHOLESALE

cil to be held in JacksonvilleJan. Upon arrival, each Rotary focal point with a line arrangement -.I Christmas
2325. Ann and other feminine guests! of white stock and PartyThe Christmas 'Program What appears to be a head-on collision' between' .a: .,10. 1-% .

I Joe Sistrunk. George Winkler were presented a lovely corsageto white gladioli and carnations I 30 members of the Intermediate lb. bass and a' 1 1-% lb.'speckled perch is shown by, Byron Ter- :

James Blackshear and H. wear, during the: evening. : at one end.. At the other end I Girl Scout Troop The Heilbronn Baptists will willegar who discovered the strange, combination) recel Uy'lii : PRICES,

,A. Bishop Jr. elected The buffet dinner, featuringa in present another original Christmas Lake noticed bird down 'at'
were as were glittered white candles: with Mrs. H. G'Bellinger leader Kingsley Byron a diving something -

delegates with Kenneth "steam boat" roast was ser- iow holders at the ba.se of held their Christmas party drama entitled, "Christ- on the surface of the lake, and guided his.boat-over'to A Free 'Tree To
I ved in,the sun ,room of the Griffis-Quiett : at New York CentralPark ,
,Grider Julian T. silver mas ,' I
McRae Dr. '
which were leaves cen- and hamburger fry this afternoon see what the object was. He discovered the bass floundering'!
G, Ritch. and John H. Powellas club and members and at their card tered with a white satin .bow. Wedding Date Set J (Thursday) at the homeof ," at 730 p. m. Wednesday, near the surface of the water in evident distress at'being Si- EVery.churchC

alternates. guests tables each were of seated which was cen- In the Florida.room the gifts ; I Mrs. Virgil Jordan on Road Dec.The 20. will include able to swallow 'or eject the smaller fish stock'.in its ,Hio i uth..;i t To Order
tables Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Griffis program
were displayed on covered 16 (old Blanding road)
tered with an American beauty the congregational carol singing I With little trouble Bryon scooped. the double-header. :out of. .; f
Yule cloths of announce '
Set with white linen Lawtey ap- -
Program home of
: rosebud. 'with white of their The girls met at the led by D, R. Redding, poetry the water, terming It the\easiest catch of a lifetime: I
caught at intervals proaching marriage Mrs. Bollinger at 4 o'clock for Paul Parker!
By After dinner a clever program Pastor Joe Christmas
Presbyterian Roop's -
satin bows.Centering one table daughter, Mary Inez, to Glenn to the Jordan .
transportation of Santa Claus with gifts forjdren.church
ranging from comedy to : devotional, a special the
of Ir. and
Quiett son )
tall white compote Jerry
Junior ChoirThe was a home, where gifts were exchanged ofl
serious numbers, was presentedby in a white compote with the Mrs. N. J. Quiett of Jacksonville and Christmas two-act play with a', cast, of families and bags \ The public Is '.vited. U. S. 301 North
Russell Danberg, associate : a pro- 30, climaxed by;the appearance candy and fruit for all chil-i .
top compote holding an ex-
Junior choir of the and gram enjoyed:
professor of piano theoryat quisite fan-shaped arrangementof The wedding will take place
f First Presbyterian Church will
of Florida.Mr. Assisting Mrs. Bollinger and
the University .silver magnolia leaves and Saturday Dec. 20 at 7 p. m.in I
present a Christmas programat "the Mrs. Jordan will be Mrs. Free
Danberg is known as
[ 6 p. m. Sunday in the 'Victor Borge of the South" white silver poinsettias.balls were At displayed the. base in, the Lake First Butler.Methodist Rev. H. L.Church Boyd, man'Register Jr. and Mrs. Har-' More people in Starke and surrounding area are finding out_ that ,Carp's. is the

sanctuary. The public is in- and delighted his audience the bottom compote. will perform the ceremony. ry Mooty. best place to shop. Compare for yourself. Carp's sell only FIRST QUALITY
with novelty numbers, original
vited. compositions, and standard, covered The dining with an room imported table cut-was sent Invitations but all are relatives not being and Mrs.. BeasleyTo merchandise at everyday low prices. Carp's have :no seconds, no irregulars,

classics.Rotary President Freeman work linen cloth.Centering the friends of the couple are in- Address nothing damaged and you'll find Carp's everyday prices as low ,or lower :than
: table. was a five branch antique I vited. ,
Register Jr. served as master Garden Club mail-order houses and so-called "Discount" Stores. Compare and ou'lIaee that
Ie silver candelabra with glittered A recept n will be held immediately -
J.B of ceremonies and introduced white tapers and an : after the ceremony in 4 do "Save at Carp's." '
special guests the presidentof you
Winter planting
FL-: as for SpringBlooming"
epergnette holding an arrange- the church educational hall.
STARKE the Keystone Heights Club
will be the theme of
ment of white roses and glittered -
Lew Muir and Mrs. Muir. white leather-leaf fern. Mrs. O. L.. Beasley's talk at

SUN.-MON.-TUES. After the program, music In the center of the arrangement UDC HoldsChristmas the Starke Garden Club meet-

DEC. 17.18.19DOUBLE for dancing was played by an were the figures "25." Tea ing, :Monday night. Dec. 18, at

FEATURE orchestra composed of mem- The three-tiered white wedding 7:30 o'clock.

':' "The Explosive bers of the Bradford High cake was placed at one Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. Mat- The meeting will be held at

School Band.Arrangements. end of the table and the silver tie Gahagan, and Mrs. L.' A.. the home of Mrs. Russell Nor- 'FIRST QUALITY .'
Generation"PLUS for the event service at the other end. All' Davis were co-hostesses at the man on E. Call Street with .

; were in charge of Elden Math- appointments on the table were, home of Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Miss Dorothy Ross and Mra. ,;, GIFTS FOR THEe r

Key Witness of silver. I Gahagan,last Wednesday after- Vernon Smucker as cohostesses. i '

\ ewsYule The buffet featured a silver noon from three until five ENTIRE FAMIY

Party Held tray centered with a three- o'clock when they entert'ainedthe t .

OerWmWED.THURS. Ladies Council branch candelabra holding W.; T. Weeks Chapter U. Epperson Circle .
By ?
white glittered tapers and centered D. C. at a beautiful Christmas

DOUBLE FEATURE The Ladies Council of theFirst :I with sprays of white tea.Christmas Meets TuesdayThe j -

Three On A, Spree Christian Church had glittered foliage and grapes t arrangements were PAMPER HER WITH I,.. ,

-PLU -, their annual Christmas at'the party and tulle satin extending ribbons down and, to nylon the placed throughout at the vantage lower floor points of the First Lorena Baptist Epperson WMU Circleof met CARP'S FINEST QUALITY Men! :
last Friday evening sSportShJrts
Stop Me BeforeI home of 'Mrs. Smith DeVoe. buffet. the .home in decorating for Tuesday' night with Mrs. Leila J :

Kill! The hor.nevas decorated for Mrs. Vining received her this, lovely affair. Mundy. ;\ NYLWe
the occasion with arrangementsof guests in a lovely blue' and The tea table, covered with After the business session, .
Plus (Cartoon
r poinsettias and Christmas lace chiffon gown complemented n'exquisite., linen cutwork Mrs. Paul Raymond brought 44 i '

FRI.-SAT., decorations carrying out the with a corsage of white cloth; was centered"with a blue an interestingprogram on the i .2.99

DEC. 22-23 Holiday, motif.The lace covered sweetheart roses against a and silver Christmas arrangement life of' Lottie Moon, in connection HOSE "
DOUBLE FEATUREA refreshment table also was centered background of white satin topped with an angel. with the annual Lottie j ,: %?
Long blue tapers in silver hold- I :
with a Christmas arrangement leaves and clusters of pearls Moon Christmas, offering ya
,Thunder and''puff .of nylon tulle and ers'' balanced the central piece. all Southern Baptist Churches. ,r r.: ,. 2 PRS. "Honjhome Dan River

.Adding ,a further. decorative Cash ,
Of 'ft
Drums white satin ribbon. 9Be wash.' wear woven
Several games were played note to 'the tea table werewhite 89 .
-PLUS- during the evening and prizes Assisting in serving and During,the social hour refreshments PayrollChecks s .plaids' solid l i color
camellias, at in- '
caring for the guests were placed served by the I h :t cioWisr) 'tmbrlld.,
were w'tfh
awarded the :
Thief Of BaghdadPlus were to ; :.winners. tervals.: tea ? r.
After refreshments, gifts were Mrs. Louis Yancey Jr. ,of Pouring during hostess and gifts were ex- ?.;: 400-Needlo Sheer Seamless ered trim and the new
the afternoon Mrs. E. K.
Cartoon .exchanged., Atlanta Mrs. T. T: Long Mrs. Penymaiv was changed by members. FREE Ye el.SeamlesxStretch : 1 p'oo.orer styles with
: .president- of.the 'ye.
: inCaid'MH:. 'chapter; *' ,*-- "* < g4 ; Fun Fashioned Stretch60GaagerSerf k tOo'peredwaistc4d''jongtails. ,,:
J 'Slade, Mrs. S. L. Peek Jr-,Mrs. Cowen c Seams .,S, M,J",XL'
During the short business
Clyde Sinclair, Mrs. M.P.. I I ; S Full ratfrtoh'ed Kant-Runs t'
meeting which the I .,. .
preceded -
Brown Mrs. R. P. Demorest Celebrates 8th .
S Every Pair Guaranteed
tea Mrs. L. A. Davis S
Mrs. S. L.. Peek Sr., Miss toward. the 'educational gave fund. BirthdayDavid et Newest Shades t Boys" __ART:

Madge MIddleton, Mrs. 0.- L. Sizes 8'/: to 11

Beasley, Mrs.Joe,Wilson, Mrs. S rtShirt
his T
Cowen celebrated !%
K L. Matthews, Mrs- W. B. ,Little Women Plan ;;

Sewell: Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Christmas'Dance eighth birthday anniversarylast I ; '.. Nylon Tricot and Acetate ; I
: Saturday 'afternoon'when "
GROCERY and MARKETHalf Mrs. Edward Burns and'Mrs.Sarah '
his mother. Mrs. C. P. Cowen. Y QUILTEDDUSTERS t, I 199
Mile North of Hunter. The Little Women's Club .
City Limits-U. S. 301 gave a partyfor him in the ..

OPEN 7 DAYS -- 7 AM.11 P.M. called Approximately between the 40'appointed guests met in 'the club house Monday yard. 1 : j 1'1, .f- ," Ivy popover.tyles
night, when plans were dis- refreshment table was: : withtonr: 'ttflj.. tap
hours eight to nine-thirty to cussed for Christmas dance The s ft'ered waist Also Woven
covered with a Happy: Birthday r, gingham plaid and
extend good wishes to the which will be held,on December e :, solid odor: ,with. embroidered .
Vinings on this happy occasion. cloth with matching napkins.The 599 Others ,q. trims. Sizes
22 from 9 to 12. 'chocolate birthday cake: f' I to 1*. -
The program was presentedby : 1 3.99 to 8.99 (Y k
Delta Holds was decorated in yellow and : Jr. B.yi' Sport l' 69
Kappa Susan Slade, featuring
I Warmly quilted washable drip- : L .s, Shirts, Silts 2 l. 6 1
Christmas decoration ideas given -pink.The -
'MAXWELL HOUSE December Meeting by Mrs. J. _W., Kincaid. 15, little guests enjoyed 1 dry. Beautifully lace trimmed. r .

tOFFEE -1 lb. tin - -, 69c Refreshments were served by i games and refreshments 'during Solid colors and attractive \\1 ::WOE 30.IN.I .
I Alpha Nu chapter of Delta Sally Hardin and Carol Sear' the party hours. prints. Sizes 10 to 20. p .

|ARMOtiR'S VEGETOLE or BAKERIGHT I Kappa Gamma held its De- ing. Mrs. Cowen was assisted by e'i
cember meeting Friday even- her son, Danny.Eastern Walkiog .
3 lb. .
59c I
ing in Green Cove Springs at GIFT BOXED I

l With $5.00 Food Order the home of the president Party Given I : -
Star Sets HANKIES69CAN1o ;
Miss Martha Rogers. ,
? I Peg ShanbargerOn -. 899
KOUNTUY ILSTPEAS Committee reports were given Christmas Party ..
{ or CORN -- 2 for. 29c and a program on Christmas BirthdayMrs. f! .. Others 2.99 t. 4.99 '
J was presented. After the Members of the Eastern Star ,

ROYAL LONG GRAIN I meeting a social hour was. John Shanbarger gave will. hold, their annual. Christ-

!RICE 5 Ibs. . 59c held.The a delightful birthday'party for' mas party Monday night Dec. r JUST WHAT SANTA ORDERED j; Stuffed Animals
rooms were beautifully Sunday evening daughter 18, in the Masonic Hall. Allmembers F
decorated with large red- Peggy on her 14th anniversary. to be P
are urged present
r GRITS.-.-. Jim.Dandy U 5 Ibs. -- 25c feathered mums in gold containers - : / t t 399 sad 499'r

The party held at the
with gold Christmas was of
There will be an exchange
CHEER. 'size .- -_ 27c balls interspersed. The dining First Christian Church after the gifts among 'members and, in

PURE''', '' 1-QT. CARTON table with red appointments mums and were gold. ornaments brass- CYF 16 CYF meeting members and program.attending The,en-.addition asked to to this bring each a gift memberis to be I EVERYONEWomen's r Electric, 'Blankets' VA .!

ORANGE JUICE . 19c A brass coffee service joyed ,games and refreshments' sent to the elderly people at l ,

was used. during toe party hours. the Masonic Home, and also ;. ., "ea';

FOREMOST Members exchanged gifts some item, of food, for basketsfor i :ik i 3' '; I d

MILK using ''Twas The Night Before I 'GreehFussellEngagement families. ; -
J gal. 53c Christmas" theme. needy Styles .. Made by Amtreio'i, largwt nwlc- ,-
.- I Told er unconditional tWii.;eoc
OSAGE Limit 3 With Food Order .Baker Bradford, Clay, and ; '
f $5.00 I Recent Births : guarantee, Unbrwkb&ft,heat coo.*
I Union county members attended 9CHILDS trol. Beautiful l solid colors.r .' -
PEACHES No. 2Vi .. R.
can 19c the meeting and party.. -.Mr. and Mrs. H. (Russell) 1
Green Jr: of 'Brooker'annsince Bradford County Hospital ---4
I the engagement and approaching announces the following i Chenille Spreads
) Mark PatrayEntertained ;: ;
(o. ,.,), qatff' / I e : marriage of their daughter, births: ih3 : Others, 1.79 to 2.99

<':': '" '>> :>: ,, ," Joanne' Elizabeth, to Pvt. Asa Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Allen and
'Y ,?Q Many styles 699 -'
I David Fussell, of Ft Bennlng ti.
On Birthday Starke, a son, Barry Carlton, colors. Sizes 49. ,
Ga. of Mrs. Bud Porter
son ofJacksonville.
Dec. 6. 1.99 h
I tufts heavy cot-
., : Royon'viscose on ,
Mrs. Don Patray entertained Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Wayne I ton backing. Solid colon and
c. 3St: "Lr I'l at a birthday party Saturday The wedding will be an event Hall, Starke. a son.. Randy BOYS & MENS' 1.99to3.99 ,t: multkolor desgins on white bock'a .; /t
afternoon for her son, Mark, of Saturday, Dec 16, at 8 p. Darrell. Dec. 7. I ground. Fully washable. k,.

on his seventh anniversary.The m in the New River Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Shelbert Benjamin I 4
RIB STEW Good Fresh Ground Mat Sets !
Church. Friends and relativesare Bath
party was held in the Rosier'Starke, a son, I

LB. :39c fc .H HAMBURGER I yard where.. games with prizes invited. Adam Keith, Dec. 7. 'f

I were played by the 25 little f Mr. and Mrs. Willard Fred I IGaSkIns. I. SHOP & SAVE .i '10'' 299 .1
LB. ,
t BEEF LIVER 49cSPARE I guests.Refreshments were serv- Harry Hatcher Jacksonville, a son ..., .'. ; '
ed from an attractive table also !
LB.&cSmoked set up in the yard. The table Celebrates12th Paul Timothy. Dec. 8. AT CARP'S 3-Pc. Sets _. .. _.... 3.99 !
RIBS Mr. and Mrs. William Earl tufting, on
Bacon was covered with a Santa Claus ,1 BirthdayHarry Ferguson Starke a son, cotton Heovyweisfit backina.viscose lint fret. Whi f t e ,i

LB.. 45c cloth and the appointmentscarried Wayne Lee, Dec.. 8. and pastel' colors.
0 '
LB. 39c out the Christmas Hatcher:m celebrated! Mr. and Mrs. John Barry, OPEN ALL DAY WED. & FRL '.
I : 51ft BOXY .
theme. his twelfth birthday anniversary Wilkerson, Lawtey. a son: ,
GA. RED TOMATOES 2 Ibs. 25c Mrs. Patray was assisted by Saturday afternoon' when Gene Barry, Dec. 10. NITE TO 9 ( Luncheon Sets *-,

her mother. Mrs. 1,. O. Hazen his mother entertained at a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee I b >

JIFFY CORN MUFFIN MIX lOc) and Mrs. Arthur PatrayV small matinee party and hamburger Sowell Starke a son Robin I also starting December 18th ,Carp's will be ,ti? 50i50,. 1"It A. F

fry in his honor. Lee Dec. 11. 4 ...,k..* "...:... .

WHITE POTATOES lbs. 25c THE RIGHT POiNT for the Harry and five friends enjOyed Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Har- open Every Night till 9 o'clock for your Shopping ee 50I66", 2" -
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way you write. Come In and the,matinee in the afternoon old Harley Middleburgr.'aTson, Convenience. HI 6 Nafkim ,,.

select you favorite ESTER- and.returned the Hatch David HaroldDec., ..11: 60:9r.' : 499 :
SWEET POTATOES Ibs. 25c : .. 9 Nfipkws .A.*....... .t. .
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE r, home. for hamburgers.... Mr.: and Mrs. Ben Kite Jr.; I A.':" ',' ,. .. .. '1

GRAPH. cake,and-fc.cream; .Starke, a daughter.. Dec. 12. .- _ _- d-_ .. .. -". sN
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Let's'lmprove Starke's "Image" ',; ,i! Soil S. Our Strength!: 19' ; '' i

We hear a lot of talk today about Such a project takes money, of i I, Soil Conservation Ii '. ,. .,:,. ,=
I "images." Big business )js ,concerned{ course, and the'Woman's Club 'i1twel-1: i :' '

., about the "image" it presents to the come; donations I. from any individual; ororganisation I N-E-W-S' 1 1t : :
OJ consumer. ',The employee who wants to tHat. would like ,to have .&t I By Bill Hsraa i
get ahead is careful about, the "image" share in.improving Starke's image The: The Board of Supervisorsfor P1aiin.B Star e" to resr

h R? he 'prese ts to ,his employer. Everyone County Commission has given: the project : I' the Bradford Soil Conservation -,!: '

I. it seems,,,.is "image.,con;ious," which a boost with a .donation-or perhaps District have elected. .

is just another. way of putting the old we should say an "investment"\;I the following' officers f6r.M -, : ". {
saying that "first impression are last- of $500 and other groups would dwell p, 1962; Sam McGarvey chairman j .L.I. 10 ... \.. : : .t : ( t J.. .

: inskope.s," -. ,to follow suit. As;someone has remarked -;:; ,' Lonnie Harley, Seere-,
' and Treasurer. The Board Come Out and Meet The Cisco Kid
If businesses and individuals are "We spend millions on. modern ; ,, ._ ,
discuss 1962 G ie Book
;: j the: ,
concerned. about their imagesrr-hqw roads to get the tourists, through our If,i for Soil: Conservation District t... -. .f-' i *. *. 16b. .Ira+ + '

much more should community bo concerned county,, in.a hurry,>; hd.little, if any, on ; officials ,which states: "Ef- '
alaout. the.;image it presents, not beautification to try and make then.,, fectire Soil District programs Let tThe Kiddies Ride e'TIu Miniature f literry-
only to its.,citizens but to ,
newcomers, stop.and look around j are accomplished by a, num-
c'isitor;,, and transients, as."well.Jacksonville Who knows how many potential, ber cf factors. Active leadership t. f : .

2- is, proud of its current home owners, i investors, or .factory-" is a. must;, specific pl n- h GoRoundjfi I

image and well it might be, with the site seekers have; passed on .through nine is necessary: cooperative S' .

old waterfront; warehouses and docks Starke during. the last 20 years simply;,I assistance must be ob-: V ii i.*. r ,.
banished' forever, and their place- tak-' because'we did not present a sufficiently ,, tained ,from agencies, groups.', "

en by beautifully designed skyscrapers, favorable!, image to make them want: the and various.individuals. established to .carrY obrjecti'ves. out; *. Meet and GreetSanta Cl is', .

mririleipa; buildings, and expansive'I to stop?' If a'dozen new residents, or .! 1. "' \ .
I oq.1. l' .';XI i t .. I .'
parking areas. It is:truly' the image of even one small factory had been persuaded A soil and water conservation i ':"t l t," 'J '1 '

.. a clean and modern city, aggressively to come here during that time program within a district Live Orchestra For Street r Dancing 1 in Rop-

on its way to becoming a great metro-. it would have more than paid for a is too large a task for the T -
polio well-planned beautification program for supervisor alone; hence; the : < ;J } .

What kind; of.an:image does Starke our highways. help of others is essential., A I ed.offBlock of tS. '

present to'the occupants of-some' 8,000 In'addition to beautification of the jj batter result 1 if district representatives program will of I Court Street

"; vehicles ((6000 on U. S. 301 and 2000'on ; roadways, businesses along'the.. routes local, county, state., and fed- :! .fsf t 4 ft' ,C7 .,* I' 'e' ., : ,

State Road' 100)that) ; pass through should make concerted effort, to spruce !ral agencies are invited to i :
hi e re daily} ? 'Not bad, in spots> an'd-not upand. contribute, their bit to improve attend meetings and. participate : Enjoy .lei r shopping betweeni 7 and

,." goOd in others. Are the 'good ..feabtresgood ment of the community's image. The in the, planning of the 'I, ., '161..' .t *
city and county, acting through/their program. 4 t; T --,1k1 Hr ."* "i. i. .
enough to give an overall imageof j 1 tJ" If i r: 1 it'J .
a small town that is making the zoning boards, 'should discourage the C. R. Bradford used the P. M for
'"A best use of what it-has-: work;wlt -- installation auto junk yards and other District grain drill and fertilizer Super Specials at most stores .
spreader to do his planting ,
-' business the high
.unsightly along
or are the sore spots bad enough to '
''* cancel out the favorable features and, ways, and.encourage the removel of i cola with Bahia., He. Crimson planted Pensa-clover JIMMY MOORE f :' ,

r. present the image .of a town that is those that are already there. If theycan't rye ,and,rye grassLawrence Jimmy Moore, Sun Snnrfs... ,. _,': ,. .' ft '. .. : I I1'
not progressing as fast .as it ,should, be removed, they could at,"J leas,, t :Batten, D. H. "-' '

.. and doesn't. .particularly 'care?' This is be .screened, from, sight: Crawford. and Dolph Reddish k4There'll'be" something"- doing. in the business'districtagain'this 1 ha f cannot be found right here in Starke- and at tha- I :

a question,, that each individual will The improvement 'of .an imltg e; used the District'fertilizer .. f
--1 *"
have to answer fpr himself.Take a ti i ide whether an individual's or a' iown s-- spreader to, ,. fertilize their Friday night as'Starke r merchants. plan their right price. !

around town. score the good .and bad. is a big undertaking. It is something pastur'Florida/ I second big "stay11 open. '''lat ." party- of. the. "pce I-Christmas, 'I would also like, to invite your attention' ''to themany (

M,, points, and see'what kind of total image that doesn't "just ,.happen". -it, has to The .Forest Serviceis season. The Cisco Kid will be here in person andt there improvements that have been made in our shopping '
producing 95, million seedVlings j.
you come. up with. The answer mightbe be worked at. for : .. will.be merry-go-round rides for the children,. music for in e l montfis. 1 HUlVmoreencouragement I
The Wonian'sClub, with its planting, and orders ', .., district! the past few .With a {
;-9urpri$ing. .' Beautification for these are still being ac- The grown-ups;'and special bargains for everyone at the
from shoppers, and .a really .all-bit elf
Even if the' scales project, is making a good start. : ,; -
to '
little on the .good side-and seem we tip are a Other organizations should follow suit t:,. ltt '4".A: I I stores between 7 and 9 'pp. m. < fort to trade at home, many' more: merchants would- take

proud ,;of Stark 's. image .in many re- or atr least' assist in the work that i is DCT CfcsVTours J- A' This is just one way our local' merchants have of the leap by modernizing expanding their sto b.. As-

, u spectjs-:....tne fact remains, that thereis a1 -eady'starfed by contributing money JonesBusiness J;;a f showing their appreciation for your response to their one .who' has .andthis

,room for vast improvement. With for else.one or more palm, trees, if, nothing "Trade At ,Home" campaign of the past' several weeks improvement program; ,, .I can say ,that would ,not

the re-routing of U. S. SOl through the Starke is in an enviable position I, College commented have ,been, possible, without, the peration of_ .t\e..hUIT.
for Many f,6)'OU have favorably this'oopera.
it is
the first on
city south sizeable community .. .
: from the courthouse, there r' f i ing public.:Now that we. have completed, our program, I
the tourist sees when coming into Florida i i- Bradford High DCT stu- I tive'effort on the part of our merchants, and lieveshown
was better than .
never time
a to that
? now to dents toured the Jones Busi- am happy say we are actually pulling ppgple into-
start such,an improvement program. on U. S. 301. If he finds a clean ness College last Wednesday;'I; commendatle>) cooperation by giving the local itores a Starke from nearby towns and cities j>to shop for boats
town :
-. The very opening of this wide swath is given, sees flowers, and'.palm trees, and' December-: ,: on an all day I "; fair chance. More and more'of you- are making a sincere and .motors.; Yes, it can be done-but i it takes' cooperation
through ,heretofore friendly and courteous treatment trip to Jacksonville. effort : between both buyer arid seller. By pulling together
congested area by those I to "Try Starke Stores First, and are finding in ,
.. of the'town with whom he comes 1 in The 20 member group: also there'is limit to what be *
will no can accomplished.
vastly change the
ap instances that it not the merchantsbut
contact, it is bound to make lastin Atlantic many pays -
pearance of a ; toured the new I|
: Starke. It will
'I, "open up"the favorable impression. Coastlines Railway,huilduis s YOU. Let's make this Christmas season a testing ,groundfor
it a light and airy appearance Why not get together and,1ifiie the: and ate lunch in the Cypress i it. an -out"Trade At .Home e"foft.-.Juy) eve' thItlg we '
and, at' the ':, Of course there have' been other comments too.
same Jime l lend \
Room of the Doddson >
I. improvement of Starke's Image the old l( t. Rest- can in Starke, and. make doubly s.ure' it can't be''' found:
itself well'to. t Some of :
beautification I the blame for "trading out of town"on
projects. college try? How about it-Jaees. / b aurant.I| .... :. I II you right here: at home before we go looking.elsewhere* .
In : our merchants. A few have remarked that of "* ,
this connection it is encouraging of C's, Lions, Rotary BP\V/'Garden some' '' -t ', -fr
to note that.the. Starke Woman's Club, Club, Junior. Woman's ClubTourst..As-: I: more when the farmer our stores are "un.do'Yn," do not keep their merchandise Be sure to comet.; ,out,,*h13If Fjyy"ni> ht.brientire .|We t

.. ,,'orkingl\ cooperation with the State sociation, and the many other. gets a money lower price. up to date, and do ,not offer as wide a selection, as, the : ',family' an-< .enjoy ccmgle of hours of !eisurejyv'
Road .D ,:groups I big;city stores..Jhis be true.in.a few instances but well the
undertaken a that are always looking for may ; shopping, as as, entertajnipeRt feature ,that, hayr.
., 'beautifidation! project on U. S. 301 project to carry out?The a Garden worthwhile -We'll: get oft the ,"soap- I cannot help feeling that if you had been down town been planned..;;You,will find this l late-hour shopping foW' "

North Islands in the divided highway Club has already accomplished much I I 'box" now and try to cool off, last Friday night to see our well-lighted, well-stocked one of the most enjoyable experiences of the Christmas

;will be. planted with palms, shrubbery, in the past, and the Woman's Club ia[i I' but it makes.us see red when stores, you would have agreed that there is very little season. Try it and see t
I.and annuals .and it is we think .of. our farmer
; to
: easy imagine carrying on in the present. But. the
how much this project will do to improve job is bigger than the of just two friends )who are havtng''I a .
' .' .. ,Starke'sImage in the eyes of groups. It calls for concerted, cooper ''I rough justly .criticized time and then are. un- : i ,.,' '. 44. -J", "" 11 .... ,-. 't : I 'r .!.. I .. '-
| thousands motorists each day. tive effort.Farmer's .. !: SAltiiAYS. ;'

..... ..... ... Alice made a persimmonpudding.'thistweek s'L .111II. 1ft 1 T'" 111 .. ..,...._ .1 .. _-. '- .. _
situation ., ,
and that if we got : that turned < '. .. -, ''. .,'
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back on a "root-hog-or-die" out to be of the '' '; '
one best we've < : : ; '} ',.
: :
DiaryBy basis for farmers, then everything ever tasted. Call her if you 4' (... '._....,_;..:",:,." ... '.... .. .. .... t\ : :<;., ,> ', ', ..- : :;,: .
would be all right. want the recipe. ",... .. '' ..f-" . .. '-.: p' ."fi', J.itt-..:;""' .. ., ...:
Sam McGaroy i .' 'J-o" ..iA,. ..., ,. ', .... <" '.-, I "" "'.-......i '". >- .. ,.".
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One of the outspoken critics 1 Many ,a. farmer, has,come,in / : : < .tiii i .
; ; ;
cent hogs pay.. of the government's attempts(!I:from the field, at dusk, aft t r : t -,t : .
.. es. to help the farmer is Charles i .driving a tractop all day long, ::", > .., : ..: ,.:, _- : _. .: \ ,

Yields are going: up all the B. Shuman feeling beat-up...,.bushed, ; .
president .of. the : and : i '; : -
time. An Alachua County far- American Farm Bureau Fed- about burned out.And, manya FLORIDA PEST CONTROL. : r; ....:i",':, : .GEM. *JEWELRY< *, '.: ,:_ ,
mer this season produced an! eration, who argues for a return housewife has ironed all -
... average of 3,000 Ibs. of pea- to the "market price sYS- day ,long and felt the. same ;

.. nuts per ,acre, on a 100-acre tem" or, in other words, no way. Now a doctor:' with a ,! BARKSDALE'S .,: l'; .. ANDREWS DRUGS, ,, ,:'i I
planting. Not so long ago, a government controls or pro- Chicago hospital has measuredthe ;

ton to the acre was considered! grams. amount of energy requiredfor ... ,'T. H.SLADEi '. ', DENMARK '
; CO
exceptionally good. f both jobs, and according : ; ,
Did you ever see any prettier Ii.. ',"''-- .'' i V .
We cite the to him each "
tobacco .allot | one requires the '
E weather than we ..had'l st Plastic mulching has really ment plan as one that works J I outlet of 42; calories a minute. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. j. : ::.;' ; NORTH FLORIDA A SUP PYMITCHELL'S
weekend? And ,, '
early December been accepted in Bradford for and insures the grower a return All men in favor of this; doctor f -> ......,w
u. at that,.a d still no frost; berries. Everywhere we go in for his labor and investment ., please line up on the c :< .. :":it;

I although at this time last the County we see berry Under controls, the right. lIB DRUG STORE COMMUNITY STATE BANK, of STARKE> .

> year had had a number' of .,patches. with the black plastic price of tobacco has tripled "- C' ? .* .
them and: a.bad freeze. ,Well mulch, and the ; 'i. '" M.
plants are in decade
a and growers can .
: maybe well have an open coming along, fast. We Just count on their tobacco as a RUBY* ,JOHNS. BEAUTY SHOP, WESTERN AUTO ltSS.OCIAT
winter .and that will be good know I : STORE
that the big cash ,
growers are I crop. Throw out the tobacco 95 ,
news tbleveryone; except the hoping for,, some cold.-weather alloment plan, and you 7oto : STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES- "' .. .

fuel salesmen.' ,.' to hold the; plants back, so know what would happen! :. '. PRIESTS
they come in producing dur- There would be overproduction I .
In, raising: hogs, it' is the ing the Gt-Je666 : NASWORTHY [ -
'regular -shipping sea- prices would fall and :FURNITURE : '
generals pyactice to try for at son. the only ones who would I .RECAP: .

a least .Iwd'fairowings .a' year, I.S benefit would be the tobacco AND APPLIANCES 7. ',1 ,'; ': .. : l
and; sometimes five in two Again this; week we heard companies.. The < 1"' ..
years. It was something of astirwise .some city people moaning nth CfreultCoart....I IaI., Clrcnh Of Tkr Of ".:.'.b .'-' I. .; WILLIAMS. .. JEWELRYUFRED'S l .
.'' therefore I. about \a producer who.special! for not planting Ckaaeerr ; : -i : .
They refer produced under Mr. Shuman's Case X. 13-0.18'- : ., .. MARIN CENtER-
tees lHone; farrowing a year, of course ;to the feed grain "market price system" and" T8 Clara J. R. Kelly.aud.hUwife.Mae Knight Plaintiff BRADFORD. .. BUILDING SUPPLY .,,&..,,. ': ..1'! ': .",- :; ',. .
ahd.makea> money on, It! His program, whereby farmers are l'.you know what shape the Marie, Kelly. D t ndant.. t'f....., ( !:\: i' f'f i; r.tr 1.-1' I
theory is: hai'.,feed is plentiful being paid for corn land takenout" broiler 'groWerSAre In! We XOTICE OF PUBUQ SALE GLE'S-; ; ; f m'tti
at...only one' time in the of pubnc.aotke A' hereby given r : JOHNSON'S FARMERS SUPPLY!
production.-And they suggest that rather than, fewer ;, that pursuant to afinal tteeree .
yeai'tlie-WL'sohefeeds' out make it sound as though the controls we .. .need more, of Circuit foreclosure Court rendered cf BradfordCounts' by the ." '-:- .r -.; KOCH'S,DRUG STORE ,.. "'- ',"t-.,is.*,"' ....." t..:,;.r.\I', .. '. -, J' :_ -.}' ,- :.. *, j ,At ." *
at that t1m .By using his only thing wrong with our particularly in the ** i !\ t -
i operation Florida in Chancery, In : '., f : : .. '
system he::is,',abk'to make 12- country Is the'agricultural of the "middlemen" the above entitled cause, being STUMP'S .:1.t t FLORIDA THEATRE
who make [ '
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L i .- Case Docket Number 1!-038, the ;j : %
t 't.
r8Ip"4 Charles.\. Darby.. ,, '. ; ; : ...
; ::' :THE BRADFORD : public Clark at,Qotcry said. Court to .the wilL highest seU, At ; 'j> '. .: SLADE GAS C 0. : -i. : :;.:t'"t FLORIDA BANK AT STAHKEBRADFORD ;.
COUN1TTEL.EGMPH-j and:beAt bidder for cash, at the .
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t\ .": :'''. Court South louse front .,door In Starke.of the Bradford County .. \i* '\ :.- TERWILLEGAR" MOTORS i' ; !,, ., f-''''.: t'R ,I a q'r, '...r((t.

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ar i i Brooker Tops Bantam All-Stars'16-13; ", M. L. CrewsPasses > 7-1

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#k 5 1 Y t Brooker defeated the game with Lake City on Fir- in'the second half to ; score :Sunday \ j

.,.. OPEN FR 1I'At !Bantam Starke All-Stars League 26-13 champion-in a'j day. December 1< I twice. more and:stop, the run- ,In Hampton

Brooker trailed at one I t ring of Bill Jackson, an
; hip bowl game" in contest- I I i .
1 I : .t ;- : kt S k, 'ar. d "prior to. the varsity. point: 12-13, but came, back Ail-Star s tan out. Marion L. Crews, 74, of

"J' Hampton, died: Sunday- morning
; V at the 'home of his son,

TILL 9tGLOeK ', : d.! Herbert C. Crews, where<< hi

? had:: lived for the past two
veais. .

: I Born at Highland. on.. Oct.

Special' Two..Hour Sale: 7 till 9 P'M { 'b>: Li j t late 1887.he Frank was and',the'son Josephine, of:the

t Padgett! Crews. He,was a vet-

COME OUT AND MEET "THE CISCO. KID!' -, 1tL' I ran jer of of the World BaptistChurch W4r I, a-raem-.,

: ", 4 w end. was employed. at .
Florida State Prison for 37 I

''V WESTERN% MUSIC FOR STREET DANCING, 6 TO 9. P, :, SO ST. :ears Survivinge before retiring his wife In, Mar-1957.: t I
; y ', .irju'j: ., ',haVUk erson' Crews of

t : Miniature Merry-Go-Round For The Kiddies, See SalltaL l lr j Mrs Mrs.Hampton William Charlie, and,Albert Barrel four daughters Jacksonville ( MJanw: ;

tTwoFlour' :. H :-: ; Mrs. Gary T,* Buckley,
r: : All Bradford County is '....t' .I Norfolk, Va.-; and Mrs. Bobby !\,

; invited' to come to Gall;: -- Two-Hour Specials. i t .pedals. !! "==;; i R I "Members of the Brooker, team are: (front Knight, and "%Ward Kelly.Bask Pearce Frances;; :BCrews Ibiford. ; thre, Safety' sons i I

: Street: Friday: Night and ..; .-.J', t. i row, l-r) Jimmy Temple, Cecil Stalnaker, row (l-r: ): rat Castlen, Kenneth Harbor: Manon'crews Jr*. i
ANY GENUINE 14-K{ I Mike Castleu, Frankle 'Tomlinson,; James! Hagar. Eddie Douglas, .Andy Gaftey, Tim Raiford; and .Herbert C. I

: Share in the Fun, Share, : LADIES NYLON, and RAYONGOWNS : Diamond: Dinner' Ring I Mott' Gene Melvin, Willard, Raukrson, Roy Ko.up, Phil Gainey; and John.Leis.. Crews. Hampton; Ode'brother' :
in' the ''Christmas Bar; 4, Anler:; Crews, RatfoIS; arid
Jgains> being offered' by I $1.00: Over $24.50.. 41 fft U r'41 !;! 1 hree: Highland sisters; Mrs.: Mrs.Lacy: Oscar Norman ;

r Starke Merchants. Plan I (. : !f ]McCormick, Jacksonvills. ; .and' j
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s.t and Mrs. Ava Stephens,. Tarn-,
Values to $5.00 :
; : now to Bring the, family I IIES'S J COSTUME SETS' Nfi' pa. !
I ti .1.-" L,4. Funeral service arcrc heldat ;
Let the'Childreri 'Meethe. DRESSSH1RTS FOR 2.' HOURS 1-3 OFF :.. '. 1 2 p. m. Tuesday in -Highland :
Famous Cisco Kid" ONLY', ;. I 1' .. Baptist Church with f

-' Ride the Merr Y-Goa .. .- 97c. { Y 1r .Rev George Chasm, pastor,
( jI ; officiating. Burial Was. in the t
Round and Talk( witfrSpecials .I family plot in Long Branch ;
; REG. ;:
J ,Values to $1.99 ; 407 OFF ; .'" Cemetefy-near Maiville under If i

the direction ofDeWitt C.
: SANTA CLAUS SEW: w t Jones Funeral Horne. I I

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.. I i Lamar'''i)ier and his
wife. Delma, of Lawtey were
: WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC I. Front row (I-r): Scotty Rhoden, Robby cher, and Phil Joyner. injured about 710; a. m

'! 'Smith, like MoKae, Bill! Jackson,. Brady Back row (1-r( ): Lrti Register, Charles Thursday, Dec.: 7.when, their

'y .. .' CLOTHES DRYER: : ,Manney, Richard Williams; Paul McLeod, Smith, George Smith, Jerry Chitty, Wilbur 1955 Chevrolet hardtop:

ti A $35.00' OR OVER-2 HRS: ONLY I {Roddy. Crosby, Mickey Moore, Randy Cozack Waters, J. R. Adkins, Donnie Elder. ,. Kenny smashed into the .rear end of
I' j Duke Norman,,Tex. Patrick. ,_ Leslie Thomas, Hall, Tommy Blackshear, Danny. McRae. a semi-truck and trailer on U.

; : UP'T : HAlF' PRICE[ REG. $249.95{ : ,1 _Charles_ Norman' Randy Padgett, Harry Hat' Steve Register Lawtey.S. 301 between Starke and
2-HOURS $$18850[ : -
,. \ I State Trooper Carlos Mus-:
i MEN'S and LADIES' i M. T. Petty 84 grove- said the Chevrolet'
hardtop was. "folded back
I !
Home ration I
WATCH BANDSREG. emons I like a convertible"1 when the
Passes Sunday I car hit the left corner of the.
$7.95 North Florida Supply tptes! : trailer and went .-under\ it.

NOW.-- $2.50 t E4 .ft y ,After IllnessMillard : Tyler escaped .With cuts, and

DO OgJY: ROSS. .' I bruises and his wife was' .-
Authorized Elgin and Bulovas Dealer 412 E. Call St. I rt, Home Demonstration! n l Agent T. Petty, 86; of !| pitalized with! a; possible con1 '**,- I

rters WILLIAMS JEWELRY "You Can Be Sure-If It's Westinghouse" 4-H Recognition Program r'I:'his'a'cfilt: I; life suffers: I Putnam Hill, 'Florida, died in I I II i 1 I eussion.I Musgrove. said the ;semi was

I The 4-H, Recognition Program Children' learn about the I a Starke hospital Friday i i i slowing to turn into a truck

r0 c-- 1'1 I was held at the home of-i? world they live in through i morning, December 8. following I;;: atop but that the.other ,lane
I Celeste DeVoe last Saturday Play; The games are played| a' brief illness. of the divided four-lane.higti-
Two-Hour : i afternoon Girls in the Starke I for fun and to, help children] Mr; Petty was a retired farmer I way was clear. Both vehicleswere
on this page -- Two-Hour Specials!' -- -- Specials -- I I Senior Club and 7-8 GradeClub learn such things as new I :, a veteran of the Spanish- I traveling south The

: were presented awards I words, what to do. in situa-' I American War and a memberof trooper estimated TyleYa speedat
Only During the Harris Vinyl X BOYS on their project work com- tions, how they should behave j j the' First Avenue Christian j 65 mph, and said, there

Hours. of 7'to 9 P. M. Fri. Masonry "p* '. pleted last summer* The fol-i/ and,how' they. think- adults, be- i Churph"of Knoxville, Tennessee. f were skid marks on the, paY -.
andStucco Coating; SOCKS i $100 lowing: girls were awarded' have. I He was born March 30,I ment for 100 feet before m*
day Dec.. 15th 7! medals by Miss. Dorothy Ross, It's most revealing to watch 1875, and had made his home : car hit the trailer.
REG. $5.03 $jl 00() I REGULAR 5.99 Home Demonstration Agent,;;; children, 'playing "grownups"and in Putnam* Hall,'for' the.past Damage-to'Tyler's-car. was
J GALLON I $ 00': i and Mrs.. Smith DaVoe pinned I realizewhat'they think of seven,years* He was the son estimated at $450.:
BEDSPREADSCARD'S 3 I Ii them on the girls: Susan adults and adult, behavior. of the late Manning*and Mary i- <-9

r. 2- HOUR REG. $3.98WASTE : I I Sapp. Bread Demonstration; Through play young 'chil-! Mount Petty.Surviving ; Free Admission ..
SPECIAL! CANVAS WORK Jayne Hardy; Citizenship; dren gain a better understanding is his wife/Mollie
$2 -.5 t Margaret Ann Lovell, Frozen of their own abilities j Pierce Petty of Putnam,Han; This'Weekend. \
I I LAUREL REG. $1.98 GLOVES pre $1.MEN'S : I Foods; Marilyn McCrary and limitations .{ five daughters: Mrs. James To" Memorial!
' : WAS1'E'BASKETSnow t Frozen Foods; Inger Hvisen,I'I't To help children gain the ; Triest and Miss Betty G. Pettyof
: ELECTRIC WORK White or' Grey I Clothing; Linda Cox Home- most from their play, they Putnam 'Hall; Mrs. Leroy Residents Bradford. Clay,

REG. $2.98Laundry 4 .. 00 j Economics. should be provided with play i Allen, Louisville, Kentucky,' and'several other' area coun-
ANKLETS. pre $1 Girls in the 6th grade materials that all
Baskets-now $1.50 encourage ,.MrVl111am R. Leach Detroit ties will be admitted .to. the
.. I groups last year. recognized areas development< l A' few
BLANKETSJ : Michigan, and Mrs; Stephen Foster Memorial
T 1 I
for the-Civil Defense Achievement well-chosen;toys, are; far'moreimportant .' ..Clarence- D. Flannagan of grounds', at White Springs
J Bradford Builders CARP'S Award were:: Jayne Har- ,than many toys '
Fully' Automatic 2 years Knoxville, Tennesse. without! chargeduring 'thl
'1Va Tant.);. Automatically I, ,... ..... -- dy, :Betsy Matthews. Lee Diane Dar- that giOli* '., fleeting amuse-. .T ree sons: Clarence R. and : "get acquainted, days" thii
Harriet Loudon. '
; by ment. *
-- Lonnie. Petty, both of Putnam *I Saturday and Sunday (Dee.
Adjusts Heal to .
Chilson, Linda
I Hardy Carolyn For example, mechanical '
Hall; Staff Sgt. Charles 16-171.. Drivers will be admitted
for any Room Temp. !j Cox. Renee Moore, Lorine Alvarez toys of 'push-pull or windup
I K. Petty serving In the U. S- to the groundsupon
erature-: Changes., Assures I .- Two-Hour.Specials! .. .. Two-Hour"pecialst -- I ,, Judy: Griffis, Genie variety limit the learning Army stationed in Germany; presenting their dilger'srlkrnses
Perfect, all Night Sleeping I Strickland, Margie- Dowling, and enjojment, for the child, j three sisters: Mrs. Sam Lane or showing car till from
Comfort! j I Karen Lee.Susan It is a simple, .and unchalleng-1 and Mrs Walter .McInturff, these
I counties.
:.. COLOR REG. $I.H5. FREE SILVER DOLLAR I Sapp told What 4-H ing task to simply 'wind up a j' both of. Knoxville, Tennessee,i I A special-" program. of.
Reg. $15.95 i Clubs are, Marilyn McCraryand toy and watch'.it scoot across Effie :Collingswcrth 1"
Cheryl and Mrs.; Christmas music- wilt bi
I 7. 9. SPECIAL IFILM. $2291 With Each Pair of Shealy, expressedWhat the, room." of Denton, Texas; 11' grandchildren ''presented 4 H to them,
means Play materials such as!
i and 10 great-grand- in the ,Carillon1.Tower Audi.
j 8 M M\ MOVIE Ladies Dress Heels and George Huggins,. County building blocks, of different j children. torium. Dr. Delbert' Sterrett,
$11.95BARKSDAI.ES Agent, explained the. Centennial and sizes,
shapes' clay inger
I ; Services were hel din the tenor, And his. wife tad then-
Valentine ; of.the.U. S. D. A. and.the paints: and crayons provider! at '
Cover Girl & Jones Memorial Chapel three children,will be fealui
B & W ROLL FILM I i Land-Grant, College.. an opportunity Joe seiZ expression -I Starke-Sun ai December" 107; ed In a'program ottiaditf anal

A 5.99 to. 10.99:.,. : Entertainment, was, providedby and creativity. Often with the Rev. J. R. Smith ChrUtml.carols for the:sixth
Gail Janelld I
97c i McKinney and young children use toys of ,
DEPT. STORE 3 pastor -theiKeystone Heights consecutive :year.: Dr. .8terrpttisa
Pollard when they pantoaoim- different kinds at the same officiating. '
k I Baptist Church professor in. the : department :
r I Sizes'127-620-120 This:Offer Good Only Friday ;led In costume "Pink. ShoeLaces" time. Building a garage slat Burial followed in the ''family of ,music 1 ,at'tb e. UrrTtrsitr
; ; and the."Angel's Rusty blocks makes a toy truck| plot in the Keystone Heights ..of ,Floridk' jdd. lirs.
\ Dec. 15-7 to:9 P. }J. !
; Crown. Jewell Allen led the much moreenjoyable.. !'Cemetery ''under' direction of 'Sterrett has appealed'; on
2 I group ,in a game. Christmas Parents sharing their childrens' I
HOUR Funeral
BULLiHGTfNSTUDIO TIle i DeWitt C. Jones many concert, musical .
I : SHOERACK r caruk were sung by the chorus play is important for I Home. comedy radio, and. TV pro,
t SPECIAL & GIFT SHOP I f group and then Mr. Hug- that close feeling so, necessary gram ,
j gins led the group in s1n ing. for happy home life. FArro' BAPTIST COUBCH The 97-befl: carilloh will
j Cheryl invited the' girls
.tel ent & program: of Christmas -
i their parent,, and friends to Berry Growers favorites after thepecUl
NEW 1962 the punch table for refreshments A. E. Massey, Pastor
l 1- Two-Hour I prepared by- the club Asked To,Pick Bible'scliool lQ'a; m. program by the Sterrett family .
=:. Special; -- -
Two-Hour Specials ,
EGONOLIHEPICK..UP ;: : : ; members Tuesdays Fridays beaching 11 arm.
.I. ... 1 j Toys'!For Fund- .Learning Evening Service. ?:111 p. m.: LAHSEL m.qNAJ1 T
: = BEACON. Assorted Colors'BLANKETS' a j It has .been said that "play The recurQ-breaking hifh! i Bible Study and Prayer BAPTISTCSBiCS, .
.. .' $ is the business of children." temperatures of recent weeks Meeting, 7:30 p. m. W dn .l-
-- -- -_. SHORTS, pro $,goo : 32HRS. I i j j .Just playhTfirfor a ichiki'reallyj have caused Bradford County.I day. f Re1' n.,1._..W U1I. Psa1 s
TURN SIGNALS & .' ; I, ;. j means that he is learning. t tI \strawbef{ 4 to start ripening Sunday' 1
ONLY |I When a child plays with I several' weeks ahead -of -schedule -[I" GR.UL\U. 2 to ,p'si. Sutida3". ..

REAR BUMPER, LADIES RAYON 72 x 90'- Regular $3.98 j I other children his own..age, he ; ; and many growers have i BAPTIST C, ,t"BCH Tuesday sTcrideJnE' -
t j is learning how to get along |already started "scrapping. 7:34)).. = .. .
.. School 10.a. ro
FULL PRICEIERWILUE6AR PAITIES.--,!r. S q100( () : 97c Rayon-; % NYLON Acetate-BiBQY'S \" : J. with others... j I their fields,. Morning Sunday-, Worship, 11 a. m..j I Saturdiy: Church' stmen-. -
/ I When you watch young 4, ,J, R. Wainwright managerof } T:30: jr. m
Training Union, 6:30: ,p. m.i
]: children playing together, the Starke Farmers Market
FLANNEL SHIRTS, .. t1't1'i advises to pick on Evening Service7:30 P m.!
: $ FIRST QUALITY \ i appears that when-one. C I[ growers Wednesday, 8 CONGEEGATIO.VAL
Prayer Meetings ;
l 'SOO .
As4urltdPaltetes Size 6 to: 16 [|I takes: ,-,th .tothm, wpn't.dvethen -t j I Tuesday and' J1rf K 1
there will at the
: NYLON: flQEp"I -:; I : the follOwing battle;, be buyes I tor. '
1 $1.00 : : ;seems,,anything, ; except social|i I s market This schedule aJiptUd North 301, 3 t l-2 mJItt'out.
1 i rglve,and take.,*But.; wes ltj,t j i be .followed until there te'sufjflcJent of. town. on left.. of the road. .
.. volume r to* rev THE BIGHT POINT f of-tIIe
r V ,from the adult;viewpoint 't ery; .;Youn* PeopU'i Ueetinr
BOTTOM DOLLAR EAGLE'S I 'The child., i& learninsj) ,how. day ** 'Ha-*? v*, .a1"iI011Wrl&e.iCo- asifsdselat : rrid ayi < ;:H p:: n. Bandar:
MotORS .. ( Wainwright cbmxenta >that your f&ftrue ES'lD-' Lcm: Sunday
.. .. ta'made' on bis.!,own, level ;: School. 10. lItht
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THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1961

Best In History .*, i ," : ': / : IW thee .,., fast..... Bolles halfbacks,! ,. .
r'i : -t. ....: covered the
r-* i %. *V .7*, >P-f Johnson and Travis. The beginning ; : ) ; :-:'"T goods. EYEBGB&ENCArxio

ot -i of the 'third period ...".... =- -' ... Dogs were called from T C1JVRCB?
It -a'
was a .different story how- -j. ". .' :; .".,t i ii':" Sheriff John Whitehead at
Tornadoes Polish Off ... : .:J; :, Sunday School 10
:' .t: 1.' 3-. .'*.... I Lake Butler a. m.
: but the thieves'trail
ever, withthe Tornadoes .:-1:.-,:'-j;:," ,.-jIj;, .-. ::.,*:,: .. r ,#-'\.. WYb Preaching 11 a. m. TraIning
,'_ .': : II! x was lost, and they are
emerging from their dressing _i
; Perfect 11-0 Season room,to their second tally of Ti.TIIg: : ; : I still at large. 7:30 Union p. 5:30 m. p.Prayer' m. Preaching Meeting,

the night.. Quarterback Irwin :, :. .. .,. ........,'. ...,._:.. Wednesday 7:30 p. m.
Martin recipient of the Most ;- I 'S.. Earl McRae
Continued Wednesday Bibie
From Page One the first time they had the study
M- Valuable Back Award did the 7:30
bail p. m. Jos. E. Norman,
they lagged behind
.ter sprinkled the field with the honors from four yards out to Services Held patter.
Cadets: in

wan red jerseys. the ball retaining as they possessionof cap a 58 yard drive .-.- -. -, ,.- ... .L. ... .... ..............'. ..'.. ...,._ .... .... ,
ran only nf I -
Halfback Marty Starling,
Johnson carried for six toIte 21 offensive plays the Earl Milton of
three before he was hauled half to 39 for Bolles. first took the Bolles' kickoff and f ..Second Training Class At PrisonThe Douglas. Ga., died McRae Sunday 34. 'as REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
down began the second half of play
by Martin -
a Apparently angered the result of attack. Notice
by the a heart Is hereby given that
by the middle fora I
$rd penalty moved them back I Tornadoes' lucky first-play up second training class Front- row: Herbert F. Y. Martin. Brannen Jimmy C. Etherldge Funeral services 'were heldin the undersigned under the pro-
to the eight. The drive waslilted tally Bolles fine 17 yard return. Then for officers at the Florida Thomas! Garritl W. Loyd, visions of Chapter J0.953, 'Laws
fought back the First Churchof
as with Starling and Martin Second row: Daniel R. and Murray T. Richards Jr. Baptist of Florida Acts pf 1841. will
at the three. however. Johnson brought Seymour's State Prison has been com Ralph W James, William E. Douglas and burial was in register with the Clerk of the
a.i. the Tornadoes rose up against kick-off back 25 yards to his carrying the mail the Torna- pleted with diplomas presented Tilley, Carton E. Dixon, Massey, Arnold A. Wood, Morris Diplomas are being presented the Pine Haven Memorial ford Circuit County Court, In and for Brad-
Johnson. does punched out steady gains to the following personnel: Vernon D. Edgar Sayre. Clarence D. by Hoke S. Hinson. upon receipt -
43. Johnson Travis and full- Silcox and Jasper Gardens with Sims Funeral of proof of publication of
0 and in 13 plays from scrim- this notice the fictitious name of
Martin; ran out the clock onkeper back Wayne Morrison punchedout mage for the night..A surperb Martin I- ., .. Home in charge of arrange- Starke Radio & TV., under whichwe
plays and ,Hallie Sey- yardage to the Starke 29, Owns Pecans Stolen ments. are engaged in business at
fake by halfback Bill Jackson Padgett Found 311 E. Call Street Starke Flori-
noupunted: 41 yards out. to before Reddish also
sparkling enabled Martin.to over for Surviving are his wife Vel-
lie t 46 as the game ended with defensively got In the path ofa the score. go Perfect RecordAs .. ,From WarehouseA ma. and four children Mary da.Tom McConnehey 331 Clark
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: Street.. Starke.'Fla.Joe .
.Trafton.. circling his left end MacMurray pass intended r Joel. Earl Jr., and: Sandra; I
Halfback Marty Starling Lloyd, Kt. 1, Box 83, Law.
})!fore being mobbed by a for Trafton. with 23 tackles and guard Quarterback Guilty By his father, J. W. McRae of tey Fla.Dated.
jiprde of Tornadoes. The interception ended 1 I_ t platform cart and 250 Starke; his mother, Mrs. this 14th day of December ,
.. Mike Darby, with 21, were defensive A. D. 1961 at Starke
Game Recap Bolles' growing scoring threat standouts for the Tor- BHS quarterback for the !: !1AS Alachua pounds of pecans stolen from I! Homer Cox. of Jacksonville; Bradford County. Florida. .

radford's pay: throughout but the Tornadoes could get nadoes. End Hallie Seymour, past two years, Irwin Martin. S-4 Jury the Brownlee and Chasteen : three half brothers. John Mc- 12.14 4t 1-4, ",

.e: entire first half was un- nowhere and Seymour show 7 Rae Starke; Lt. Arley McRaeof
; warehouse CALL
who also caught three passes, las done something no other at 316 East Brownlee FOR BIDS I
sressive though they held a ing his stuff to UP Coach Jack l Continued The i
from fags One] Fair Weather. England; Board of County Com
and end DeWayne McRae had Tornado signal caller has Street have been recoveredby
TJO advantage as John Red Green who signed him after 11 tackles each. Halfback John been able to achIeve-he has i ii -. .,: ; L louse, the two men drove Starke police but two James McRae of Myrtle Florida will of receive&radforu sealed County bids,
dish tallied from 25 yards out the game lofted a 60 yard d- -a. : toward Beach. S. C., and his grandmother at 10:00: o'clock, on the morning
Reddish with 55 yards gained never lost a game in which j jae 4-S the scene and encount- :Negroes escaped when sur- of .
January 2 19(2 In the court-
boot into the Cadets' end i H. McRae of
Johnny Lee had recovered zone. f-S. Mrs. M.
alter rushing in eight tries for a 6. was starting quarterback.' ered Padgett standing besideadirtroadw1thaotgm prised with the goods. l'd<>m.in the courthouse for all
Cadet fumble the The two teams exchanged Heilbronn No. ,I
a on 8 The two Springs.Your Z fuel and kerosene to be
yard average and fullback Fans can argue about Mar- j entered .the warehouse ;
In supplied to the courthouse, agricultural -
fourth of the punts until halftime with the ,
play game. Tom Gardner, with 53 yards in tin's speed, his passing or'I'' : qrt his hand, Walker said.Tle I before daylight Friday building health clinic
Tornadoes scored Tornadoes fighting to containN1ECllRISTMAS I.
..,.1ough the 9 tries and a 5.7 yard average 'most anything at all except detective quoted Pad- morning December 8, through and county bid shall jaILThe be made as so

were standouts on offense. his success. He has that un- gett as sayIng. "There's a ., a window, they shattered at I much below the prevailing tank

Also praised by Coach Reg- definable magic that it takesto 2 dead man down there and i the south end of the buildIng.Thepolice <;tca wagon The loud price. reserves the rightto

I ister were guard Arthur Holli- Inspire! It would seem; for ; I'm the one who killed him." department received -! reject' any and all bids.

SPECIAL! day. tackle Jack Mcpomb. center his Tornadoes have risen to I 4 According to Walker's I I i|I' word of the theft and. S'iI .. (SEAL CHARLES) A. DARBY.

*. Gary Kouba. and quarter- the occasion whenever it was testimony, Padgett told the I(' the locations of the goods CLERK J!

back Irwin Martin. necessary. And Marin has 'always officers that he had caughtthe Friday morning from an unidentified :!' __ '' -S r : 11-M 2t 12-34
been at the helm and man with his wife and source. -. : :

.ft.' I calling his own plays most of Jerome Johns that he would have killed But when Police Chief Wil- -b NEW HOMES IN STARKE "

II I Six Tornadoes the time too.Martin's her too, except that she 'held iam E- Rosser and Sergeant Down nayment as low as

.. fantastic record the child in front of her. Billy Overstreet arrived at $287.50 for VA or $425.00 for

Make Keystone has only one blemish a 13-13 NamedC.ofCPresident "I couldn't shoot the the location in the woods f FHA financing. Buy ,now and
S POSTAL ZONE MUM i Ret 1962 Tax Exemption. A
.t+ we.w..Jo.-'v-----'t--- tie, with Macclenny in the baby" Walker quoted Padgettas north of Starke between Reno I' -- nice selection of' modern

t4M .-. TeamSix first game he ever quarterbacked saying. and the State Farmers Mar- Be I three bedroom and two bath
r : ; .. .. -: Loop says
-- ...: : .:- -. -
.. .
:: : .- -: t: ::-*': and also the first Deputy Parker met no resistance ket, the two thieves had mov- homes. with concealed beaters -
____ 1 cards
f game of the 1960 season. The Jerome ,Johns local oil when he disarmed ed' the goods approximately sure your Christmas I and bath tub enclosures

..*' ii---. members of the undefeated plucky helmsman was injured dealer, was elected presidentof Padgett, it was said, and the 100 yards and had hidden and packages arrive oa tune I]I: to choose streets from.and City landscaped gas. pavEd -

!* .: Bradford High Tornadoes a pulled hip muscle them again. The two officers
;- ? just the Starke-Bradford County three men drove down the yards.
and mail early
\.... c'I -:- football team were before the hal!-with his team Chamber of Commerce at dimly lighted road to where flushed the thieves and reWords -,please shop I A. J.' Thomas. Realtor
: named to the 1961 Keystone ahead 13-0. Since then the a meeting of the board of directors three cars were parked. ----

.> Conference team at a league Tornadoes have enjoyed 21 here Monday., John L Bracewell was found lying

.. straight' successes. Kopelousos was named vice- beside the second car, Walker
meeting last Saturday. December I
w I president, and Mrs. Junius M, ,
; < said.The
''If 1lIIi.L.L 9. I Smith was re-elected trea. Bracewell car was

-. Four Starke linemen, end Sandy Road surer. parked first in the lane the

;... 1 Hallie Seymour, guard Mike Flips AutoA It was announced that car driven by Mrs. Padgett

.. .. ?'; '- : .: j Ralph Powers of Lake City was second, and Padgett's 39 or less, ORe time _. .... ,.85 Memorial, ReaalotioBS .. .... __ Co per were
tackle Smith
Darby, Jimmy *
: U. S. Marine. Thomas E. State Road Board ,member automobile was third according If-not, paid_.fa'.advance. ._ I- L09 (Cards of Thanks, up to CO wori -, 1M
and end McRae
Dewayne were Pope from the Naval Air Sta- from this district will be the to Walker's testimony. Keyed. or Blind. Ada. .... -A 1.00 Over 50 words ... 0e, pr 'ward'

: \T.-u- named while two backs halfback tion in Jacksonville, lost con- speaker at the annual banquet Eaei additional" weld over 20 ._- _15 Display ads in: da&U&l .-- Ul .per facit
i i John Reddish and trol of his car last Saturday, to be held] Thursday,'Jan. 11. Deputy Parker presented

quarterback Irwin Martin December 9. on a sandy, The Trade Promotion Committee three fired shotgun shells Would person who took liver i FOR SALE Super Crulsair 'ADULT'EDUCATION COURSES -

WESTINGHOUSE also took all-conference hon- graded road a mile from with Charles Sawyeras the shotgun used by Padgett. and white Pointer female bird I I Motor Ssooter.: Excellent con- EVENINGS. MONDAY

'"' ors. Each will receive an award Lawtey and ended up in the chairman was commendedfor and a pen knife found at the dog, in vicinity of Lake Alto: dition. 2 years old. In storage THROUGH THURSHAY. All
please return dog no questions I I all year. Reasonably priced. High School subjects. Business
113, at the annual football ditch its Trade at Home Campaign scene.
DOOR with his automobile -
asked. Think we could identity -: Call 964-1282. tfchg 'Courses. Conversational
2 banquet Saturday night;(De upsidedown.Pope and also for the Friday Dr. R. E. Kline Gainesville you if we had to. ItchgFOR Spanish. Mechanical Drawinr.

'. cu. FT. COMBINATION cember 16. SWfTwentytwo / walked away uninjured night special events to stimu- pathologist testified that FOR SALE-.Easy Spindlier, Testing services. White students -

playersBjwer; arid is now lodged in the late trade during the pre- Bracewell had three. wounds, SALE-Wood circulating 1105 W.: Madison St. UP : contact L. H. Gibson.

chosen: Other players were: Bradford County Jail chargEd Christmas seaso 1. and was killed by a shot that heater. $20. And Norman. RL.2Box'107A. USO Bid*.Office. Negro students

Linemen: David StreifcvP.K. ., : with reckless driving and The Road Committee was lodged In the side of 'his Up FOR SALE Large tricycle : contact Prof. Eddie
i Refrigerator and Freezer Yonge center Tom Bjbaty, : advised S4.00. Good condition. 414 W. Thompttns. RJE High School.
; I causing an accident. He was to-"keep pushing" its chest. A NATIONALLY KNOWN 'Washington Itp tube
Santa Fe: John Watson, traveling approximately 50 efforts to have U. S. 301 four- In closing argument defense Company has need of mature.

Mike Yarbrough. and LarryI mph when the car skidded laned through Duval. Clay, attorney Scruggs said ambitious colored woman FOR RENT Unfurnished 2 DEBIT MAN WANTEDForfast
REG. Borton. Macclenny; I Bradford Alachua : that wonderful earnings assured.i bedroom house in City: also growing Combination 'Co.
$439.95 into an embankment on the and Mar Padgett was Justified In I
showing Avon Cosmetics. unfurnished 2 bedroom housein '
$ 95 Hofmeister, Green Cov right side of the road, and Ion Counties during the Bryant protecting himself when he"cornered Write Mrs. Mabel Gore, Box country-. H. Nollman 510 Experience essential for helpful right ,man.but Send not

freChristmasSPECIAL Springs: Tom Bailey and I flipped over.Deputy administration. Unless a rat In the swamp 3617 Gainesville. Fla. Give N. Cherrv St. tfchg{ inquires to P.. O. Box 902.
Terry Lohman, Fernandina k A. E. Brown Investigating this is done, the new Inter- with,hls wife." directions to your home. Starke Fla. 2tp 12-14
: Beach; Bebo Bisphan and I officer said Pope state Highways will divert Tench termed the murder 2tchg 12-15 CURTIS MATHIS 23" TV A.
M. & F. M. Radio with Stero
Rudy Brock. Live Oak. acted peculiarly though he did traffic from this area, it was, "deliberate, and planned.!' He FOR SALE 7 pair white sheer Player $299.95.: with trade at FOR SALE-Oirls 26" bicycle.

Backs: Marcus Rhoden not seem to have been In- said. said that Padgett' had trailed tier curtains with matching Dahmer's Discount House Very good condition. Contact
Macclenny; Gerald Vaughn, toxicated. his wife and.:Bracewell in order valance.. $2 a pair. 4 bed- 4 tchg 12-28 i iIT'S Duddy at Tucks Drive-In after
Green Cove Springs Jim to spreads $3.00 each. Used In 6 D. d. Itchg
trap and he had
Refused ,
;NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY CO. Ewing and Jim Gordon Fern.. Lawtey loaded ,his shotgun before go- IEH 8641 or model see at house.400 West Call Madison 964-- cases A treated FACT by-that a chiropractorare accident GENTLE HORSE for sale,

andina Beach; Bobby James A. E. Nazworth, 25 Fire ProtectionBy ing into the woods.. He said 'St. Itchg returned to work sooner Perfect for kids or adults. Ap- I
and Milton Summrell. Live that Padgett had waited In than those treated by any oroximatejv 7 yrs. old $150.
412 E. Call St. Oak. Victim Of City Board his car for about five minutes FOR' RENT :- Two bedroom other method. This means a Sonny Tenlv. 9 4-0694 or can

__ _- __ furnished house. Excellent saving to the Emuloyer Em- be seen .at 1517 Bessent. Rd.
I' .. I .. ,"" Plane Crash An informal request fromthe L after arriving at the scene so condition. 515 St. Clair St. .: oloyee and Insurance Co. Itch

-- -- -- .- -, '- -;;,.'- '-- -. -- Lawtey Town Council]I he could surprise the couple Couple only or one child. $65. Phone The Bollinger Chiro-
asking for: fire protection by In an Illicit act and claim Call Gainesville 372-3293. oractic Clinic for appointment FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished -
Arthur Lee 25
Nazworth son
that he had 3tch 12-14 964-2881. ItD house
acted in the heat at 431 N. St.
Discount Prices of Mrs. Ena Nazworth and the the Starke Fire Departmentwas : of passion. Clair.: 8k See J.'L. Silcox.
late N. Nazworth of Starke, turned down two weeks FOR RENT2 bedroom un- FOR RENT- 2 bedroom fur- 2to 12-51
Padgett testified that he furnished house 210 N. WaterSt. nished aoartment. Inquire
ago by the Starke City Couricil. -
was killed in a plane crash fired the 16-guage shotgunat Phone 964-6761 8 a. m. to Mrs. Martin. 509 Center St. HASTINGS MATTRESS

ATBOTTOM .+ near Hlnesville Ga. last week. Bracewell "as fast as I 4:30 p. m. or 964<-9331 after 5 H,."" &
I He and two companions The request was just a: could" as Bracewell advanced D. m. Mrs. J. C. Saoo. 1 tp
I were flying from Roanoke, Va. feeler although the Lawtey I 710 Lemon aL -Pahika
I II I to council did offer to reimburse toward him. putting his handin DO yOU'WANT A BETTER OPEN LISTINGS. NO SALE Furniture'Reoaired, Up
Orlando when their plane:
his pocket as he did so. JOB DO YOU WANT JOB
DOLLAR 0 is said to have entered a storm L I Starke for its services. Starke: Earlier testimony had revealed SECURITY? ARE YOU Hansen. Rep. 5 mi S. of holstered & RefinishedMAI'rRESSES
front and disappeared. councilmen expressed the QUALIFIED FOR A BETTER Stark! on U. 8. 301. Phone \ REBUILT

Nazworth was foreman of a opinion that such a plan that a small pen knife was FUTURE? 468-1766. Waldo. tfchg New Innersprings

ONE GOES OUT-THE REST BURN! laminated products companyin would lessen' protection for: scene.found on the ground at the Free given interview to sincere and ,aptitudetest honest FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur and Box Springs

Orlando. Other victims of property owners here in the The jury deliberated for ana ambitious applicants to nished house. Adults. Conven- Drop 'Us A Card er CaD
the crash were the general]I event a fire should break out lent, located. Phone 964-7182.
become well paid.
CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS 99C three ,hours and_ 20 minutes PALATKA EA 5-916S
manager of the company who m Starke while the depart- before bringing in Its verdict. CASHIERCHECKERSMEAT tfch STAEEE 914-1934
owned the ,plane and the ment was on call to Lawtey. WRAPPERSAlso MRS. PEGGY 8HALLES.
FOR SALE-One Food Freezer
pilot. Lawtey officials, however. Secretaries, Stenographers Starkc. Arest
CHRISTMAS FEET In a few short week of very: reasonable. Slightly used. .
((360 )
were given :.assurance that Ex-Con Shot
The plane had stopped at; PROFESSIONAL TRAINING One Refrigerator slightly used PEYTON FLORIST
Savannah to refuel about 6:22p. : the Starke department will For appointment call or write like new. Very reasonable. One 119 THOMPSON ST.
RAPPING 3 rolls give assistance in event of a When Found CAREER TRAINING used Television in perfect con- PHONE
PAPER S8C m. Wednesday, Dec. 6, then L -C155 _
headed south. The wreckagewas major fire.County., ,INSTITUTE dition. Very reasonable. See NIGHT 8643191 W 9CS-1I2I
121 East Eighth St. these at G. J. McGriff Appli DISTINCTIVE
not discovered until Sun Looting Store Jacksonville 6. FIa. ances. 100 W. Call St. Starke. We Wire Flowers FLOWERS Anywtteretfch I

LADIES FIRST QUALITY day.Besides AgentTo .Telephone 353-3818 llo *
his mother here., [Continued From Page 11 L,
Nazworth is ; Conduct Name. ..'. .._ .... .. COLONIAL FLORIST STOP READ:
2 survived by his P. T. D.'Florist in Starke. THIS
NYLON HOSE -- prJor - 8SC and county deputies that he Only If you have
wife: four sisters Mrs. Estelle: Prison Ag Tour Address :.',.. .. .... Flowers wired any place. Flowers into thought goIng
your business.
Gaskins.'Palatka; Mrs. Louise would kill anyone who attempted ,Fin out and maii today! 'l for all occasions locally. NOW IS THEm1EAMUCAN own: _

Alvarez. Brooker; Mrs. Earlene A tour of the crop and live' to come in after Phone 964-6291. 503 East OIL STATION U.

LADIES Price, Florahome; and Miss I stock program at the State l him. He also threatened Williams ment FOR RENT-Efficiency nicely furnished.apart-Hot Nona.St. tfchg 8. .301 &, 8R No. 16 is now

Bonnie Nazworth, Starke; five Prison will be conducted Friday after he was shot. and cold water furnished. WANTED Listings of all available.We are .flexible

RAYON SUPS each - 13C brothers,James of Fargo, Ga.:; by County Agent G. T. Neighbors called city police Adults. Phone 964-57J4. Mrs. types of real estate. We at- let's'discuss it. W.Call M. Stewart.me and

Roland and George both of r Huggins. The group, will leave when they heard noises in A. i?.''Sauls 633 McMahone tract buyers from Coast to PR 6-5631 or FR 20110.

Philadelphia, Pa.;. Isaac, of from Huggins' office.at, 10 a. the sandwich shop; Law officials St. tfchg Coast. United Farm Agency Phone, n.'ft-l1... tf,. <<
H. G. Bellinger, uent
MENS Ft Mather., J.; and Morris m.. and the tour will conclude surrounded the establishment LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE 964-2881.; 426 N. Walnut St. WORTH THE TRIP

I of Starke. about 3 p. m. befoie Dixon could Ccmoleteljr furnished [< 4to 12-28 Mobile Homes ,Always
I Funeral services were held I Among..the highlights of the get away. Deputies .said Dix apartment] double. range. below
ATHLETIC SHIRTS'.3for$1001 I' at 10 219 N. Cherty St. FOR RENT Furnished apart market, and clean.
a. m. Wednesday in Sar- tour will be a sitjthe pris on had $18.48 in his pockets LAKE
Enjoy a came ments. Reasonable rates. Near
plus Income.
dis Cemetery Folkston Ga. that had been taken
I on's sYrup-m king :operationwhere from SeeI; R. Bollinjrton Owner. shopping center. Phone 969- TRAILER: PASS
around 1,000 gallons of the restaurant's rifled juke tfcng 2011 or call at 213 8. Cherry 1 raL! SB of Keystone His.

MENS I syrup are produced daily; the box cigarette machine, and St. [Shell Oil Co. Office. tfchg .on Route 100
Notify Ranger FOE SALE
I cash drawer. T
3forBe modern hog-feeding opera- He was charged with break Ready .mix concrete concrete i FURNISHED APARTMENT I'APoX
ATHLETIC BRIEFS aa. $100 When PlanningControIBuming tion; vegetable, poultry, and block; cones, fence POSts. sand. i 2 bedrooms lights and water -
beef cattle set-up and the ing and entering, destroying 'Cement mortar mix. rock steel, i furnished. Inquire Bullington EquipmentFtowtoj r \
personal property threatening oyster shell Um -
rock. and roof
ornamental* horticulture pro: I Studio or 321 West Madison -
gram. Including a $10,000 assortment an officer 'and using profane .grave]. Phone 964-2521. tfchg : St. tfchg PlaatiafINDUSTRIAL'

Sure And Register With Each Purchase For Free Sewing Machine.To County,Ranger J. C.. Prevail of orchids.,Luncheon -language. Officers _Bradford Engineering Co.

Be Given Away Christmas Week. I Jr. reminds landowners to :not] will be served at the prison for couldn't find a gun on Dixon FOR :SALE. OR RENT-2 bed- apartments FURNISHED for one rent.bedroom W. H. tipine&t For Every Jab I

I fy the Forest Service Station 35 cents per person.AH .'. though he said he, had one. roont. unfurnished 'house at Nollman. 510 N. Cherry. Superior Tractor Co.

We.Carry A Complete Selection Of Holsters Guns Dolls And !when planning to do controlled i Interested persons, are It was the Negro's third offense Hamoton. All modern eonven- tfchK PHONE
., Carriages. .i ; be had been convicted Jences..34 acres mostly Dlantfd EV -I17J
Homing, or when spotting a lnvitedtajoin'thetour. ,
; to oinet, M A. Pavn 204 S. BE SURE to 5353 W. Beam JaeksonvfSs
:Wildfire.. for breaking and entering "Glenn St.Pnone see WORLD
Prevail says that the sta JflSU flAN CHUSCH twice in Duval County. 943794.lt4'.ho BOOK before buying any en. FOR RENT Singsley Lake

-Bottom lion will accept coned calls SUNBAY>KtSVICES cyclopedia. M. A. Payne. 'yourlocal extra nice 2 bedroom garage
Dollar -AmPAELBAP'aVEcH FOR BENT FOMT room cot- representative since.195*. apartment furnished. Circulating
!.for thIspurpose from personswho Cart Clarke. Sfeiistw- S tae with bath hot and fold Box 603. Pa. 964-3794 UchtFOR' oil heat Phone Carl

:wculd have to zall long 10:00, a. m.. Bible School ''Sunday School, 9:45: &xau water* TThfiirni on CoB,*vJ Johns 864-4201.. tfchg
distance. The' Forest Station 1"f\AA '"' 0'11"1. 'tl"'ar> 1'-1 SALE-One Banjo. Two
I I number is, 954-2721. uOOit.1fJi; :$ ed Com- Morning Worship, 11:15 turn. Violins. One Guitar. One Man- FOB RENT 2 bedroom unfurnished

manton. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. livening HOMES FOR SALE -See J. dolin. Phone 964-7111 or 964- garage" Apartment

-Service, 8 p.m. Bey.. T.: Quigley. 2tchg 12-21 2661. 2t chg 12-21 FhcneS64-4921. ttcfcg

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'. . Bradford County Telegraph . 5ifr

- STAEHE, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1961 ', ..r. ,
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It is almost Christmas' ; time Whoopee! Se my life goes this enjoyed: these Sundays. We buds to form at all. The best ing Bible Study 7:30: p. m. I FIRST CHRISTIAN scripture interpretation, 7:30

again and .it.is ,with a thank Christmas.We have church at 9 o'clock so flower development is when Thursday; Christmas party CHURCH p.m. ," ;

ful heart that I approach this were. very busy In November we get home in time for me the night temperatures range for Children's'' Department 537 W. Call St.. Starke : -sAt *- -

Holy Season. As I look back as we buried eight to cook dinner. It has been a from 60 to 62 degrees. in Fellowship Hall 7:30 p. m. Bob L. Badgett, Minister TRErTABERNACLE>

over the past summer .1 see people. They were all old. so glad Autumn. Poinsettias can be used as Chancel Choir rehearsal 7:30 "
only the happy times when no quite so sad. I have wash- Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Several ;visits were made to
) Don isn't feeling too well. He cut 'flowers if the stems are p.m.
[group for every age]. Worship the sick ind'shutins during
Don was better and how ed curtains and have thingsin
is thin and does not eat hear- treated to coagulate the milky AH Intermediate MYP
happy I was to see my grandson good shape, now only a and Communion 10:45a. : the week, and prayer services
ty although he eats everything : sap. and reduce wilting As members
are urged to bring m. [ provided] Junior were held by members of the

gau Fred, that June night dusting now and then before
WESa now.. Fred is dt college and soon as the flowers are cut. canned foods for the Christ-
Chi Rho [ to 91 Gospel Tabernacle
ages ,
when he came to help us. He Christmas. up
will be home for the, week- immerse the cut ends' in hot mas basket Sunday ,
night, 5:30: to 6:30: p. m. Chi Rho
has been here months Stuffed Celery Sticks. The flannelgraph teache
seven water for
I about minute
end. a
I Gabby
dog is sleeping in Dec. 17. Any who have
Wherein and is going home to Indianafor Choose nice sticks of celery. persons [age 9 to high school, 5:30: to at Bible School is presentingthe
Autumn is past know, the living room. I am.in the then place them In'cold water. old newspapers on hand and
,and winter with its icy fingers And it is not the shining Christmas. I have wrapped Cut into pieces all the same dining room. I have a gay Be sure that the steaming want to help with this 6:30: p. m. Choir practice 6:30 Story of the Nativity in
his gifts for his family length. In a bowl combine project to 7 p. m. Christian Youth three lessons to the school. A
brings in Christmas and hoardOf Christmas table cloth on the water does not damage the please take them to the
memories and my gifts and have them chunk-style peanut butter Fellowship [high school, 7 to simple Christmas program of
of past Holiday presents to admire and round table that is gay and bracts. old Methodist 148
seasons. show all in a basket so he can take with ,sliced stuffed olives. Fill parsonage 8 p. m. Wednesday, Hour of songs and readings will con
bright. Don
it to N.
gave me An alternate method of Church St. Thank
them home. He will drive home the center of.each celery stick you. Power songs prayers and clude this series.
For all the mothers. Lord That matters most to them several years ago. I have some i halting the oozing ,sap' is to 1-
alone. They will all be hap- with this filling and chill
who lift but so un-
red. and .I
green gold decorations singe the cut ends of the stem
Their prayers with love which Being together with ones they py to see him and such a til time to serve.HELPFUL in garlarnis' over. the over'a flame for a couple of

never tires love happy Christmas as they will HINTS. When white tier curtains at the I seconds and then place the

That every child may have And knowing they are glad have. We will have our Christ- peeling boiled eggs I drain windows., love my home. We stems in cold water. For best R
mas together before he leaves. them out of the hot water 'VCTOIlN WAVlSrAlIt
the gift 'and 'seeing do not have abody now andI results and longer lasting !
His term at school is out quickly and cover with cold i
At Christmas which his heart Thy glory In the stars above am glad. These short daysI beauty, cut the poinsettias I I
desires- Dec. 21 so that gives him am- water. Then crack: the egg
And the love
sharing wonder
still being with Don, to about 18 hours before they
O teach the anxious dear and >ple time to be home for gently all the way around and work to \ lt_ .
ones bright I rest to sleep and just are to be used in an ar- t :r& '
Lord That came to earth one Holy. Christmas.. His good friend roll the egg between my' be happy. To say my prayers rangement. Store the cut"flowers" ,, .
back home is in .the service hands to loosen shells. ThenI
Children are wiser than we Night Jane Merchant: and read my devotionals. Soon in a cool, draft-free Rj.tbatnasdu
now at Ft. Leonard Wood. So hold under the water faucet the shall
snow come and the place during the waiting stage.
. time makes changes. and begin peeling at the large
days of the New Year. Poinsettias. like other ornamentals -
Last Saturday Fred helpedme end. I find the eggs peel nicely Then one plans a garden and have their plaguesand a _= .

put up a Christmas tree and no dark streak aroundthe things for Spring. So the good ailments. A scab is oftena Tha 6ft that Keeps ca _

in 'our. living room. It is a yolk. seasons pass and with happy, problem in some areas-especially GMnfRCAYJciarKwlVistaTV.SpngMy : _

iLL real spruce tree and it is dec- Holidays always bring back grateful heart I enter the on double red vari- { iSportabctf f .
< "s9fa" .x orated with glass balls and memories of other Christmas holiday season the birthdayof eties. portable l *! aawr ? ;

< An little angels, icicles and gay holidays. Christmas when our Lord. Scab is most prevalent .in feandsoms table mode ==- '
1 luxuries consoles.
'colored' lights. Presents for all teaching school always was Merry Christmas to All and the summer. If you discoveran anycwofthemvnapra,.V\The The LEHAIRE8S" a '
1 x of us are beneath the tree. fun with the children. I still \ TRIHETTE I FARRSLLty
God bless attack and burn
M1' best
you everyone. you the value for yoal Icrarleta
I Ni I Then Fred helped me put up sing "It Came Upon The Mid' MOTHER LURA. the affected branches then t1n3 eaiRiWil SPOlt7AU0Ur, Sede d IWu Sttltl2t2-F.7I-ra
an aluminum tree down in night Clear." I love the spray the rest of the plant tubt( v.r's ..IW rnek Rta

.' the front hall of the Mortu- Christmas cards that come with copper A or a bordeaux W Series tab(UZ.A ovtna OS4i dugs :3Zsgausincb'plgtwb .Pdee'RCAVidatcolotTv

ary. It's trimmed with red and rolling in each day. People mixture to prevent further st.4aa pkiru Danish KoderaBcaniytrita .

green glass balls. I have other who love and remember. I love kLet's Go spread of the disease.lmTHODIST Hgb! RdtWJ Color
Ne'ed decorations up and a turkey to go to church on ChristmasEve v <* Lowest'Priced FoflPictuf9 Remote Control Tuba

ordered., I have all my shop- now. I shall miss Fred for CHURCH RCA Viet* WtortPT PGwerM"lmlYIita"lePlcueIV,1
1" '
ping done. Later I will tell he always took me to church 0Gardening ,,. A Remote CcsjJrdwSlI Timer

you what I got for Don. every Sunday and I have so { Schedule for Week of Dec. Tube- :. llaster-Qif. -, +..J t .btu'MTunn! .
Money for 17: .
; i I Sunday Church School : loveralli .- .,.... .' .' .
By Harvey Sharpe
Thrifty Home ImprovementsStart Florida Agricultural 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship 11a. '.

m. Snack Supper for MYF, 7' .
Extension ServiceIf
Christmas Shopping Here 6 p. m. Youth Meetings, 6:30p. : ,. ; Every Day you are Missing

Christmas is going to m. Junior Choir rehearsal,

I II I catch you without a brilliant 7 p. m- Evening Worship, pro- Y z..., More and More if you Don't.Have

I display of poinsettias, resolve gram by young people 7:30: p.l
now to get a 1962 project un m. Fireside for MYF 8:30: P'I

0 II I II II I I derway.Purchasing potted stock m. I IMonday Subdistrict MYF I I RCA VICTOR COLOR TELEVISION

Budget won't stretch to cover those I! from a garden center is the meets at Lake Butler, 7:30 p. 'i

easiest way to establish plant- m. Rev. John Ro Brabhamwill .

gifts? Let us help youplay Santa! ,I ings of the holiday ornamental. install all the officers at Where Service Know-How is Assured! "

.However some greenthumb this meeting. Commission on

CONFIDENTIAL 'Ii WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR operators scavenge the neigh- Membership and Evangelism More Than 20 Years Electronic.Service .
: borhood for hardwood cut- will meet at the church, 7:30p. :
tings when fellow gardeners m. over 20 Years. -
"' A. B. C. Finance prune their poinsettias after i
\ LOANS TO $600'Come ; I Tuesday WSCS business R

in-let's'talkit .overT .. ... :f.R 1T. 1riM: T $: : the Such flowering pruned season.material can m.and to program be followed meeting.by social 10 a. See the Rest and Get the Best 'RCA,VictorTY.

be rooted. First punch a one- hour in Fellowship HalL Cub
Phone 9645291Complete inch diameter hole about 8 in.
Scout pack meeting in Fellowship -
FINANCECOMPANY 'Line, of Hardware: deep into moist earth then insert Hall 7:30 p. m. All

0' 'W' "N I the woody cutting into Scouts ,are asked to brinsr; a ", WINKLER ELECtRIC c.
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the the soil ;
j\ I Suoulv hole and press' pan of food for the.Christmas .
\ :1 1I I keep firmly the around soil moist base. Be until sure cutting to- baskets Wednesday they are- Prayer preparing Meet-. 234 N. Temple Ave. Starke, Ha. fi

I .
is well established.
Phone '964-9091 144 W. Call St. : 301 E. Call Street I 1 ..
.There are a number of poin-

j I settias to choose from. If you

desire red-bracted varieties

propagate 'such plants as fire- .

ball, Indianapolis Red Albert

Ecke oak leaf or Mrs. Paul
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Ecke. You can enjoy color "" .. : ': ,' ,. .. 0 ., 4 -, ,.
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combinations if you mingle "" "> '\ ...to t ...., .
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the red plantings with Ecke : : Wi. 1 : ,

white pink variety. :, ,,:,., 'I\-A. .... .
or a ;
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Poinsettias will grow,on a ,. ". "... ;t Ii. h -,". ... .'. .
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wide range of soils including '', .. .. '.v : i I. ,.j;.,..1"i I. ,',:;.-, ." ',.

sand, muck, marl rocky soil, \; f .__.:_: _., .;.L. .........,.... '* ..:. .
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wide .
and clay. In spite of the f,' 'It ,. >
adaptability the plants will -;.. >.; ,.' ;....itr'; <#r,':'J"." '..

present color if you you a take better proper show care of : DR. C LY'IN. J. HOUPT. :.:' ".i... t .. /

of them. { -. .- /
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Fertilizer application is 1 : a'nnounces. :v .:': 3S1u.A, ",-:

important. An application of ,,.,',. .- b ... N f 'i

1 and 1-2 pounds of an 88-8 :; V... .I ,
fertilizer per 100 square feet of :;,, :the temporary? closing ,' ,' ":: ':

plant space earlier in the fall >. >- 'P "I } '; uxy.;,,*-.:
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should now be producing large v. c.T y'' .' 1.t
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colorful bracts. The plants : I ." i. "."" ;".si ..J>,fr ,"

will need repeat applications ."'" ., J 12.DOCTOR'S .'
Service I
Mann's of plant food early in spring '. .

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again in June and perhaps .. .. ;0. '( ... :.AA.q '
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during mid-summer if there "" .... ,..
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are heavy rains. of ;
< ; -', as December 4th, 1961 '. ; 7 j .
For best results prune poin- .:> "'(. :' .< '
:" .'; / frT "
f ,
'" > settias back in late winter or A

after is / due to the of U. S. z
:\ "J'f' early spring blooming ;. widening Highway 301; '. '.,
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.'-"... over or after the danger of .. :, .. ..... ".'.-1'-. : ...>. ,
.t" frost has passed. Cut them "*" -, ---. .
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-. back to within 12 to 18 inches ; *' \. '" _. .....j j" .'\1,:.'')" ._
Sv. .i -. i.;. ;,.i. i .: "
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: : ;. of the ground unless they : "'! ::. ', 1 ,; L...dO.'>. ...<. ..: .. "' r

.: : have been frozen back below ,. :t; ,t..-.., ... ..; .' ...K '"..:,: .. .
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this point. Then cut them 'il..o: ; i ,''. _-4 I'i._ ..'f..l ,
,; back.to "live" wood.You'll ; .'.' "', }; .
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find that. a compact :. : ;" ... .
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i plant will furnish more color .. .'.. V." .- .'. -. '., .;,sf' ";, .' t. +.:. "f :'I "-f'P'r, 'II'

435 EAST MADISON ST. STARKE FLA.PHONE than a plant with few un- ; t I :iI:. '-C-t' Dr. Houpt will continue. "* I, ". > ,. < ,. '. 1
branched stalks. To promote a .,!"",' ,,,. ,, "f' 'r" : ItU. -
riot of color bracts, prune the ;.1 r." '.- .,. "

9648551 plants several times during I ''df/5fP: to see his out patients ; : '; .J.. ; .

.the growing season. Cut the i ..... -. ,. ,
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new growth back afterit is 12 ;
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inches long leaving four I in the building known as Art's Hotel a .i.'J '
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leaves on each shoot. Be sure j: :
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SUNDAY DECEMBER 16th September to stop the because pruning the in "flow-early I' ,i{.:.;,. located at 314 North Temple Avenue, ,, ,i.t .

ering" buds are set early in ,? .
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October.Poinsettias show their color -.. ." .'t..;, ;: Starke, Florida .'".t.'... : ,:'. .';. 'II''4.

according to the day. length : f-; \: ? .'..";',:::1'..''.4."- .t.;...., F'., '
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A and temperature.A ,t ; ._ : ,' until. such time as 'the hospital can be reopened. ; -*' : /: : -
plant near a lighted win- t, *, r ". .
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dow or a street light often refuses ..",; -.. '" ( -
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to color like a neighboring at loco b ?! .. ; /
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plant in a nearby: ... .t .I..r. .
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darker corner. Dreary skies in t'r, . ssSt =:<;I- : ;; ,
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September and early October ." .1B" .
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win shorten the days causing 7 --
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plants to set buds and :
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flower before holiday sea- ;. .... .. : .,_ '"' .
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is a .limiting factor for.a :;' : 't'- "iT'. ; 1. :' z. ; -: >i1. << : ; .
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good show of flowers. If the : .' ',..., .. -- ;
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To Car t"; ': ''' >' f'l
that Our Station 'V ,. : ''' .
into and Fills Pur- ,. : every comes Up or night temperatures are much ,"'<. .'.' ,- t ': -. ,. i: :!!"'.. 'f" '.: '.\- ...? .,. :""atc-;" .. _"
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above 70 degrees, bud forming '. ',' >!' L. ........ '::' -'\ '.;,.' i ff ". '
chases More than 7 gallons of Gas. will be retarded. Freak'periodsof l'. \";4i'. .\ ...

hot weather ,during: this : ,

critical time may not permit ___

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TTTTT. sonville ,was a Sunday guestof operative effort put forth in and cons. of.Gainesville'visited Christmas tree'on thcoffee Frank Wainwright and daugh- latka. Truck Lines. He left Sundayfor Wildwood.
I Thomas Lefevers and family bringing the news to the post Mr\end Airs., J. W. Alarkey table, as' the, -(mats t arrived, jer, Mrs. Donald Knight, of Walter T. Smith of Wooster, Wichita Kansas. and other J Miss Enza Blanchard was
GRAHAMBy .office and. .leaving .it with nd1fr; 'and Mrs. Earl Green and were later-distr1buted:,. Jacksonville.and.Mr.Wain- -Ohio is visiting his sons Milo points. I,-weekend guest-of Miss Arthur-
Mr. and Mrs. Colen Ratliff Mrs. Ratliff. I do wish to Saturday night. A sandwich lunch, accompanied wright's two sisters, Mrs- and Paul F. Smith, and their Mr. and Mrs. j. D. Terrellof ine Blanchard and Miss Esther

Richard Cain and sons;' fr.and Mrs R. I> thank those who 'did bring Mr: arid"Mrs.,Jack''Simmonsof by coffee and fruit cake I Daisy Lipham of Plant City families.. I lee-'' !xutr&'-were' "visitingUrf : -Mason. ..-in-jaekscnrffle.. .'.

Coleman, all ,of Gainesville, their :news"to the lost office Gainesville were \Sunday 'served" 'by the .hostess. .".. -,. was 'and Mrs. Alice Langford, and 'Mr.'and.Mrs."R AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThose were guests p? Mr..apd Mrs. L. and next week-let's have a*few night guests of Mr. and Mrs. enjoy d. ,- ] son Maurice: of Lake IB Her. of 'Jacksonville: were Thursday ; ,friends: here 'Sunday t&aiiUe; Undersigned desiring. roengage'
visiting Mr.end'Mrs. E Ratliff'Friday. night more. You may have to watt N. C. Mott. ''At-Tht Churches i" .Sam Hicks- of Jacksonville ,I guests;of'Mr. and Mrs. 'B. E. ,afternoon* ; { :cficfitiousname: in business of under"HONKSTTOHSTS tk
H. M. Wasdin last-week:were ; Mrs.> : Mandy Smith has gone in line, but"YOur news'will be :Mrs. Wilson 'Russ 'and'' son Grace Methodist. .Church Is visiting his son-in-law and Reddish. Mr. and Mrs. Ray -fdI'. apl\land .)I,Ra: rlth' ; 13ULF SERVICE STAVIO.V
Mrs. Wasdin's sister and husj back, to her home Jn .Ports- accepted. Thank you Your and-Mr:and Mrs..Johnny'Holtof School, 9:45 a. nu Morning daughter arid 'chUdren. Hi is Dorman, also of Jacksonville, chwren of "Chic gq, .1i1. .at.in.iSi the City North of Tempi.Avenue Stark
band, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest mouth. Va. aftera few weeks Reporter for Graham Section. :'Apopka 'were weekend Worship, Jl a.. IIr,.them e.: recuperating' after several'days.. spent .Saturday with the Red- wW.tsitmg; Mrs., Leona '-Florida, intends to register thi
Reynolds] of Jacksonville, Mrs. visit with 'her brother, Berry CHURCH NEWS guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. Ned "The"Cost x of C&n istwaL, to a "hosDital. (dishes.Mrand. Edwatds.1iAtIlf\er'c; ]i aid Circuit name With Court the of'Clert radtordGouatyIorW pf the

Novela Abernathy: daughter, DyaL. Rev.. C. :Redding of Rai- Hicks. Evening Worship,. TrSo,to-;'A 'MissGeraldine Hughes o| .Mrs. James Waters Mr.'tel.>IrsRichajd. *.

Betty and grandson, Kenny. .. Mrs. Edward .Broughton is ford filled the pulpit Sunday? Shirley Green; Charles Kel- Study ot I osHuar::14 YF .ehftWednesday PensacQla is.visittog i ,per..aunt and; |anily] were Sunday: dinner ger and children of Jackson-1 John W. Yoak 11-30 4t 12-2,
of Ocala. able to resume ,her duties at morning and nigljt at 'the ley, land Tommy Cox' f Lake /7 p. m., followeu and'uncle. Mr. and Mrs..'M,'L. guests .jf Mrs. Waters' ville were Sunday visitors of -

Mr. and Mrs. J. ,W, Vice Sunland Training :Center in Graham Baptist Church.. Butler accompanied. 'Linda bychoir rehearsal. TheChristmas Turner.'Ancil'Starling. brother, Ed Higginbotham.and the Paul F. Smith family. I SQTIGE IS HEREBY GIVES
have gone back 'to .Birmingham' patnesvilie after a few weeks. The Sunbeams'had their I I Green 'back to college hi Lake program will' 'be of'Bartow- .,,wasSunday fancily in Maxyille.Mr. 'Mrs. Joyce Fetch and, Mrs.Elizabeth to that tngrige the undersigned in business under desirirg the
Ala. after short visit absence due to illness.. regular meeting Tuesday and land Sunday night. 'held 1it 8 'p. m. ''Friday, Dec: overnight guest of his and Mrs. Truman Ford Terry visited their flotltlous name of "PLAZA
at their home here.a \Yp are glad to see .HarleyStarlhig had .a very enjoyable 'afternoon Church News 22. Everyone fr&cOme.t brot1 er-in-18w and.sister.Mr.'and ,; of Sneads were visiting Mr. aunts 'Mrs. J. W. Terry, in I/North)DOE of MOTEL the City on of{T. S.Starke W ,
able, to be out And The Girl's Auxiliary and Mrs. H. C Wainwright. Lake City and Mrs. Blanch I }Florida intend to register the
Mr. and Mrs.: Jesse Surrency ; 'with 2i0 -present. The Baptist. ..Sunday School, } J % .Ford's ,sister, Mrs. Boncille -
of Tajnpa were visiting Mr. about his business after confined next Sunbeam meeting Trill be Royal Ambassadors'met jointly t 10 a. "in. Morning Worship, 11 1-lrs. Starling is i improving Griffis, during :the week. Terry to: Ft. White Saturday. *Circuit ald name -with Court the of Clerk Bradforo of the

and Mrs. John Surrency 1.asf to bed for a while. held Dec. 19, at 4 p. m. at the at :the Baptist Church a.'m 'BfiIT,j>::30'p. m. Evening after surgery 'in a Gainesville' Jimmle Waters has recently Weekend' guests of the W. County, Florida.
week John Surrency JS an patient Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Le- 'Church. The_children; will take Tuesday night for the "Lottie: f rsl\t1l: \ -1. 0 .p." m. ;Wearies- hospital.L. .. been employed by Alderman F. Moore family were Mrs. S. ((S S)) Marie LeFter J.A.Ruester Ruecter
at the Medical""Center fevers were 'vis\tnig his part In a community carolling Moon Christmas Program." V* fleeting, 7:30P; Mr. and Mrs. J.Boyette anddaughter .'. p.: p. Andrews. and children 9t 11304t: is-si:
in Gainesville, He' has been mother,. Mrs. Hattie Lefevers that afternoon. They will be The Brooker Baptist Church in. The,"guest speaker last } .of. Valdosta, .Ga.spurt I .
sick lor Quite a while* of. Gainesville, Sunday. Accompanied by their spon- will have Its 'Christmas, Pro- ''Sun a :was Jitiimie'T tlffil.c.ft ofthe ;; !,,,weekend with Mrs!

""Mfs.'Thelma Dyal and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Carl Broughton -sors. r gram, Wednesday night. Dec. .Trinity Baptist "Chch< EcJ Du ian'an4 Raymond., .., ;
Albert Sparks visited Mrs. had as Sunday afternoon The Church.-planning the 20,at .7:30: D'clock at the Jacl onville.Rev. : .' ;;,''Cdr...and: :Mr Eugene Hicks -f.:;'; x.. :
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Gu. usual Christmas'Program on church. f.Pl jjt,City visited Mrs. Lula ._ "- .
Marie McDavid in the Gaines-. "4 c.L. r J!oy w atnily! \ :;:- : i
ville hospital Friday after- Wynn of Starke. Saturday night !Dec. 23. lItwill Bulldogs Receive Awards spent un4a".1n.... Thahna.n.nit.. ., I Ji2.rp1ap ,.pverr the: weekend.' '! .:.
Mrs. Elizabeth OUara of be held at 7:3d p m.at Members of the Brooker 'Ihebirthday r. 1w- > n .: Mr.: 'gn ..2.Irs, John Alton: .'.
noon. Mrs. McDavid..livers in '- .:'occasion.. .. ini.st.. .4Inilv
Gainesville but has 'many Starke was a Sunday guett the Graham Baptist Chjrch.# .Bulldogs team receiving awards "dinner in honor pf !,jg; chUdrf n of Macclenny ,:lam
friends here who wish per aJ of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 'All are invited to attepd. this year were: Kenneth his mother. .were 6atudap and Sunday
Frazier.Mr. The WMIT last Hagar, most 'Improved line- .
speedy recovery..Mrs. ladies\ met Guests uf Mr.llnd Mrs. Trilby bests t 1 A15- ,Mamie Futch.
Ratlif : and'Mrs. H., E. S arlingof Tuesday night for they:.-u al. man: Eddie Douglas sports- Wainwright; during .theweek Others visiting Mrs. Futch recently -
L. E. visited
her *
,. meeting. 'There 'w& & good. manship; Pat Castlen, most;
Mr. andMrs.
mother, Mrs. J. F. Cr i slaw, Graham and :; improved back.Christmas were Jack Wainwrightand -wee Mrs.Beulah Revels
in 'Q inesvme Sun a'. Louise Dempsey: pf Waldo Were attendance. Jack Jr: of Waycross Ga,.. and Mrs. Paul Smith of Pa- h
visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Anyone interested taking Tree Lighting ., ,,,,,. ,...._ .0< .'. .....
Miss Sharon Cain was the Thomas of Bell; last Sunday.Mr. part in Jhe Christmas Program The annual "Christmas Tree t" .'. ;

MIsa overnight Sylvia guest'starling her/cousin, in, and Mrs. Clarence Pra: this year is!I.asked to be Lighting" and party will beheld r :ll 4x: M
present at the church Friday Friday night, Dec. 15 at
zler were'vlsiting Mrs Rodgers 4
": EOAI 1
Gainesville :
at the Medical Center* .hi at 7:30: n. m.to practice. 7 :Mr*. 'Thomas eleven and Gainesville last 'Sunday. We would like to .expressour Center. All} children 'are invited -I IMI Un
Mrs. James Oriffis spent Saturday t. thanks and appreciationto to attend. r : MI6
I 'in Jacksonville.. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. ,Startling Miss Judith Brighton. and :

Ed Parrish is on the sick had as dinner guest WilUam Richard Cain for 'decorating ...... ........., rrFr I i' !
list at the time of this ''jThomas of Jacksonville the I "Jt" i
waiting.Mrs. the Christmas...Tree: outside .
: 7
.:Kate Starling' had as last Friday. hurch this year. The tree-sis IAWTET r' ', :
dinner guests Sunday-: Mr.. 3ir. and Mrs. J. A. drift decorated with t e1sual I tde 'Bet4te4t f(1.A&/ :

'and Mrs. "Earnest Orttges and ,. and -family were enjoying the colors with a white and blue I I .
wn, Mike of Jacksonville. and scenery around ,the Historic cross placed at the. top of the By Enza BlanchardTTTTTTTTWTTTTTVTTTTTl r- r:

Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Star- Suwannee River Sunday.I I tree which-Can be seen for :' : FOR SALE! f LI !
ling of Gainesville. ,wish to express my thanks some distance. HDD.Club Meeting *, ; r- I H4 "V 'Ht441 f( '

John R. Lefevers ,of Jack-. _and. appreciation for the co- I .
; ,
J f yy.y Ty'R,1/yyyfViy1RV1 'The Lawtey Home Demonstration -
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Club 'met Choose Your Tree While

Starke Builders{ Supplies'Greater BROOKER morning of last week Thursdaj at the It's Still ,GrpwiiiTag. I Bonking by mail Is a real time-saverWhen, !

I, home of Mrs. Eugene Pear It-And Pick-Up- WiieiiYou're fou-Qre in a hurry, why not use this easy way I
Greater ; I son for the annual' Christmas ., make deposits with ? forms !
Variety Savings By Shirley GreenAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA party and installation of officers fteady T o Decorate to us Mailing are I

In for the new year. .Evergreens free on req'uest.. : ::.._,.. I

and red ;.
I II Mrs. Mary Green, Mrs. Rosa berries were i .
II used in decorating for the ..\
I Kelley, Mrs. Mattie Sowell occasion. $$1-.50 -
I and Mrs. T. W. Markey attended a T
church at Little New officers Installed< a1 t t ,
] this time were: Mrs. Hiram .' -
( Springs Mr..and Sunday.Mrs. Alex Williamsand Bennett.president; :Mr R: fe rU'k And Up For : !

I son of Jacksonville were ,Lee vice president; Mrs. -J."C Cut Trees 'FLORicAt i ii
III' ofMr 'secretary; Mrs. P. '4< i
Friday night guests
Djnkins, treasurer.. The following .
d .
,and Mrs. Dave. Green}. -'- '-'

I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and l made: 'Miss appointments Enza Blanchard'were;; noN CHAMPION'S NURSERY \ '' : 1 :'NJ{ .1( 'rSlS; 1 ,fttK: r'l. ;
sons visited her mother, Mrs. :- c-=-"""" "
i Brook Perryman, in Gainesville delegate chaplain:; Mrs.Mrs. A.Milo H. Barley Smith,, .. .- l. ."-1' l.u'c'c',THI-'O'-JO-'A-N-A-T-'I'' O'NA' ...,j'j'e;-e i'fQ" .11-'R FEOE9R_ <, :-E"-E"1' -T--.-N-W" Jt-A-'C E---O.n ',
I Sunday. 410 Short Street Starke Fla.
RODS REELS '' Civil Defense chairman. Gifti.were . ,. ,.. .
Mr. and Mrs. F. M.Vickery ii"'" -' < i 1 '' ra. # iM :4". 1
placed .. ..... ....,......... !! K .
-' s \1 and sonof GainesviU*"'visited ,, around.a smai:1 ,I _. ._1
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I Mr. and Mrs. ErnwFEdVfrds"and > .
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SKISCUBSHUNTING= family and Mr. and Mrs. .. ..
Earl Green Sunday afternoon. .
Mr. and Mrs. Al Rain of

JACKETSAND Archer Mrs.night.Mamie visited Hodges her, mother Friday Y1. ? PRICES

1 Mrs. Wilson Green and OU
COATS -, GUN CASES daughters of Jacksonville :
: visited Mr. and Mri. Dave
All AboveW Discount I Green Sunday night.

Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and 1,

Items at . .1 iU/O Thru Dec. 24 family were visiting Mrs. Mary -- --
Willis in Bell Sunday. ..4.e.oY+ .M .. .5., .:E .k.i ws'5,, '3t3... ....,.{;,:. f#r4.M 3wa r. fz e }

Mrs. Edgar Wilkerson ,and t 'x J: NEVER BEFORE A VALUE lIKE THIS!
family of Lake City visited k ; [ f fw 1
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott Sat- ,{ ,y t

urday night. .. from the authorized
Mr. anti's: Alan Mess- :, 3 Buy direct factory distributor
more of Ocala were visitingher 1 ;_'. Dahmer's! Because of our truckload buying
parents. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Plenty of AmmunitionOn J.,: Green, over the weekend.Mr. A''3 t. 1\'F. f direct from this largest manufacturer of home
and Mrs. Charles Perry { ..
.. Hand and daughter Gainesvillewere v rat i t \ R : t: entertainment centers, we are saving hundredsof

visiting').{,. and Mrs. M.
O. Harrell Saturday.. dollars that are passed on to you. Now!

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Mrs. Evan Hodges and Mr. I' --w-A I new shipment just 'received l !
and Mrs. E. W. Hodges of
Gainesville were in Jackson- 1J't t
Phone 964-4201 Starke, ..FIa.i ville -. '
Saturday: on business.
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r7yVyyy7yyyyyyyyvyyyyyYYYYyVYVVYVVYYYTVYVl Faith Presbytenaiv: i IAkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA:; ; 'f;Miss Gladys; McGill. 55 Monday. night. Dec. 4. were Charlotte; N. C., and Mrs.

KEYSTONE BeamWatkins'z' School t NewsBoys 1.Mrs. E. S.JBrantley, and children Callie Boiling of Charleston,

fEYSTWE HIGHLIGHTS I Church. Schedules' '< MELROSEBy .and Girls basketball: ,, Mr. and 'Mrs, Houston S. C. have returned to their

.: KALENDARThursday Christmas Cantata teams both scored a victory Goodbread and *children. Mrs.. homes after a short visit with

.... Hy' Mary K5ehaefferIAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAALAAALAAAAAAAJ;: RUn-OffSet Sirs. Alice Rothhapuaer1AAAAAAAAAAA over Ft. McCoy: Friday night Frank. Adams, Atrs.-T/. their sister, Mrs. Vira Herring

"The and Mrs. Paul Hubnerjirid.daughjter. .
S A Christmas cantata Larry Strawn was high scorer Gorntp *

.. Story of Silent Night" by AAAAA&AA. for.the boys, with 20 points ., f _. '* Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe, Shep-

_Biff,. Day For Midgets made his mark., then erasedit Duplicate, Dec.Bridge 14 CliWoman's For Jan. 16thA Marguerite Westerv tt. will be Mrs.. Gilbert Allen and Mrs. Jimmy Downs scored 8, while Robert Lee Seigler Jr. of Pa- herd and/daughter are now

S 1 [almost! and marked an- presented by'th choir of Faith Walter Grolick were guests of Don Williams made 7. The f latka, ,formerly."of: .Grandin, Is making their home in Grandin -
.On Saturday Dec.,. 15. the Club, 10 a. m. I
other name a little more em- Presbyterian Church Melrose Miss Bessie.Rutherford at the final score was, 43-35. The the proud father of a secondson comin here from Hollister.
Keystone Midgets will play Church Choir
phatically. The other .two ballots Community I run-off election to break, at 7:3: (} .nvSunday: Dec. 17, bridge party at' the Woman's' girls score was 63-48 with born Dec. 1 in the East Mr. Shepherd is employed at
football at the reservation Practice 7:30
were .those of some very p. the tie between W. B. Beam with Mrs. wl> A. Wallace directing Club Friday in Gainesville. Carol Hurst as high scorer for Coast Hospital In st. Augustine the Davenport Sand Co. in
starting at 2:30: p. m. In this DeMolays meet, 7:30 p. m..1
_.. r., tl rough voters. One" fellow and Roy L. Watkins for a seat Mrs. Lassiter and Mrs. the night with 35 points. The baby has been Grandin.!
the. : Q2Cbetf Masonic Hall-
ame, Blue Teuut ; '
.fc :,Ronald Coleman.: will play marked his candidates with on the KeysthneHeights town A manger scene will include Powell of the Melrose Beauty The Bulldogs will play at named Barrett. Lee. A delayed news item is that
? Dec. 15
White Team. coached by an 2t plus an extra check Friday 12:15 council was set for Tuesday, Vici Seykora, James Martin, Salon entertained the Key- Cedar Key Friday night and.I Millard T. Petty, a residentof 1 of a recent birthday party
Rotary Luncheon : 16 meeting
Jan. at of the
..earl Goodyear. The Midgets mark for each one. He wantedto i Masonic Hall. Brenda Odom, .ChrIStine and stone Heights beauty operatorsat will ,be host to Ft. White Sat- Putnam Hall for the past I honoring pne of the nicest little

%1.e': boys from the 4th, 5th.I IiCld be sure.! The other one was noon.DuPont Staff Dinner, University council In the Tuesday December night 5; regular Robin Xiee Madsen, and Rich- a Christmas party. Satur- urday night.VVYVV'vyyyyvy'. seven years, died in a Starke 1 girls In Grandin, Judy

6th grades, and this will .not only .FOR his candidates ard Stewart.A S : day.; ; hospital last Friday after a Sapp on her llth birthday
Inn Bus leaves Key-
I election Beam and Watkins .
c their first he was AGAINST the others. candlelighting! service, Mr.: and Mrs. Jess Rowellof yyyy wyvy. brief illness. He is survived by anniversary. Attending the
game. stone about 6 m.. each received 153 votes for
The will be sponsored After marking his X's hel pro- p. prepared by. the Young Couples High Springs visited Mr. his wife, Mrs. Mollie Petty; party were David and Chris-
game Duplicate Bridge Club, councilman. The election t
1'- .thfe Boosters Club withe cce ded to cross out the namesof returns Class, with M. ,Mayberry arid'Mrs, W.. A.: Raley. GR'AIWNBy two daughters Mrs. James tine Brantley Bobbie Ridenour. -
Woman's Club. 8 p. m. certified by council
sanction of the school. all the others. His mind was I were in charge, will conclude the Mr. and Mrs- Joe Williamsof I Triest, and Miss Betty Petty, Dale, Martin. Joe and
Saturday Dec. 16
Tuesday night no change
Joys, must maintain a. high. I ma e' up; by gosh! Dress Rehearsal for Community i. in votes that would break the program. Connecticut have returnedto Mrs. Rebecca Bnantley.AAAAAAa.aAAAAAA&Aa and two sons Clarence R. and I Bobble Wallace, and Pat and

Scholastic average and keep .As a result. attorney Myron School The beautiful outdoor scene Melrose. Jwohnie L. Petty of Putnam I I Rickey Kelly.
Church Sunday tie.
training: Prevatt had to be called in to of the. Three Wise Men. pre Mrs. Charlotte Pelham I was AA&L2 ''Hall; also. .son. Charles, serving I 'Mrs F. L. Clough of Dou-
Pageant, 10:30: a. m ,
S examine the ballots. He decided In other action Tuesday Mr and Mrs. W. A. with the'' U.. S. Army In glas Ga. Is spending few
:JA: parade will.be held; before Pre-Football parade, starting pared by : confined to her home becauseof H. B. Sikes general merch- a

4h&'game, starting at Candy's! that. they were valid,..as't. at 12 noon. night council voted 3-2 to appropriate Wallace, has been erected and illness ,Saturday.'Rev. andise store in Grandii is getting Germany. There are three days in Grandin as the guestof

fitlf!: Service and ,proceeding'the the Intent-was obvious'. but. it Lions Turkey Shoot starting $400 for library. si-: \ is lighted each nights and Mrs.-1. R.Brothers a face lifting with a beautiful I daughters not listed, 11 grandchildren her mother Mrs. J. F. Herring -

did cause a delay.1 vice.from any existing surplus\ interior in'a and 10 great grand- and sister Mrs. Callie
.to City Park.'Taking partJill : at 12 noon. at Panaborn'slumber and children of Orlando recent paint job I

be the 4-H Club, [boys and ,Oh well, something Uke.th18 yard.\ in the 1961-62 budget. The missionaries from Nigeria, delicate shade: of green: and I children.

girls]. Boy Scouts. Girl Scouts, happens at most every elec- Midget football game, at action was taken at the .request each Friday at 10 a. m.. gave the morning and evening cream applied by P. D. Mannof Mrs. John Grout is confinedto Rye.Mr.. and Mrs. George Till-
of Mrs. Beatrice
Jfcnta, Claus, Midget Major tion. Reservation 2:30: p. m. Cooper, Lions And .Ladies.; address at the Baptist Church Florahome.Mrs. her home with a case of man, who have been making
of the Clay County
Ucs., Midgettes Drill Team, Honor Roll Sunday Dec. 17 5 Have Enjoyable Evening Sunday;A dinner was given in Callie Rye of Grandin virus. S S ., their home, in Grandin for the
Public Library Board and District -
!Jl je 12 Midget Cheerleaders, The following boys and girls Attend your church service Twenty-three ladies were their honor. Rev. Brothers is a accompanied Murray Sippreil H. R. [Happy] Pierce reports past two months, hare movedto
4 representative, who
and the fire Truck. Our State front Keystone School were on in the morning.St. maintained the, council. had guests of.Keystone Heights former Melrose minister.. of Florahome and Mrs. La- .that hIS mother,, Mrs. H, Putnam Hall and are now

'will lead the.. parade, Lions Club at a ladies night Bette Stoutamire of Gainesville 'Bartow' suffering living in the small house directly -
ooper ,the Honor Roll for the 2nd William's Church Choir committed Rev. and Mrs.. Tom Capell T. Pierce, of is

&ucl the City Police will bringup siX week, period: practice, 12.noon. tills previously amount. She said that itself the,to 'dinner Monday night, Dec. 11, .and children, of Jacksonville to, Chattahoochee on I <4< badly mangled right : .behind the post office.

the rear. Johnny Carries, First Grade: Debra Spark- First Baptist Church Young county had been set, inth Masonic Han. spent Sunday with Mr. and' Wednesday. .. to visit relatives. I hand:!, received when, she. Harris Herring of Penis!

dressed like an Indian, will man.. Robbie Sue Madsen People's Choir practice, 6:30P. : with program the from .Honored guests at this event Mrs. E. M. Robinson. Mr, a id Mrs. W. D. Gorntoof caught it in the wringer of visited relatives here last

ride his horse. Lions Club I Laurie Beam, Linda Seay, m. up. amount were.District Governor. Maines Mr"and.l\Irs. Bunyon,Kelley Grlndin, and Mrs. Gornto's her washing machine. She had' 'Thursday.Also .
Keystone included basis
members .will sel\'e', road Heidi Hendry, Kimberly Sterling -i Community Church Sunday as a Finley of Dist.35L, and his spent Friday In Jacksonville.Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Hazel Giddingsof .to have 20 stitches in the palm among the sick in thi
for and declared ,
matching funds
guards. Marching music will Angela Payne,. Margaret School Christmas. Pageant, I the wife, from Macclenny; Deputy larence Holden was a Palatka, and Mrs. Gidding's of her right hand. .community are Jimmie Rye
be provided by a recorder. 'and LaMee.: Anthony Burke, Cheryl 7:30: p. m.llon'di I I would be jeopardized program if fundswere District Gov. Walter Lee and blue ribbon winner with her son-in-Iaw and daughter. Mr. Mr and Mrs. John Allen of and Glenda Grainger

loud-speaker. Tomes. Patti McGlave, nancy. : Dec. 18 withheld. his wife from Gainesville; Gator Bowl [New Year's] .design and Mrs. Fred Smith, also of

Admission to the game will I Jackinan Terry Han Robin Children's Art Class, DotNewman's. Zone Chairman Nolan WOQd- suggesting football, dried Palatka'. spent Sunday afternoon t

be 25 cents per person with Runstedler. Beth Rutled, 3:30: p. m. Chairman Gene Williamscast burn and wife from Starke; plant material predominating on a sightseeing tour of -

no charge for pre-school chil the deciding affirmative President James F. Bishop of Gold Head Branch State Park. !
Jimmy Kuykendall.Second Catechism Classes. Grades I painted or treated at REFAE.ULOUS
I vote when tie resulted with the Gainesville Club; and
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dren. Your Grandin news
Grade:, Beth Jack 1-6 St. William's, 3:45: p. m. I the Annual Putnam County
Beam and Dodd for the District Governor-at-
Turkey Sho.etKeystone voting Deputy spondent was calling on Mr.
son, Ray Vaughn Ricky Pare.i Teen-Age Instructions St. Flower Show '
and Hetherington Hal B. Russey from the rc' S _
appropriation I Large
and Mrs. Lee Crowell in Pa-
Heights-.Lions, Club des Jack Funderbiirk, Vicki William's 7:15: pt m. "Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stricklandof ;
and Wiggins It Inland Lions Club of Jackson
rill hold a turkey shoot at Wh1dd n. Johnny Valldejuli. Community Church Women Palatka are the parents of latka Tuesday afternoon.

Pangborn's lumoer yard on Cindy Scales Susan Baker. Circles meet this afternoonand I I was stipulated that the appropriation -! ville. a baby girl born December8th Pascall Carr of Lake Genevais I
should be used only I II I President Finley congratulated -
Saturday. Dec. 16, starting at Third' Grade: Donald Bell evening. in Palatka Memorial Hos- adding beauty as well as
for the Keystone Heights Li- j. the. Keystone organization -
12 noon. Harry Bleasdale Victoria CAP, Skytel], 7:30 p. m. I pital. She has been named value. to the property that he
brary.) an the good work they
Don't Alarmed., Firemen! Byrd, Marilyn Davis Robert Art Class for Adults, 8 p. m.,. S I II on Mary Elizabeth.Mr. purchased several months ago
Mayor M. L. Beasley returned : have done in the community.He In Gr ndin, by setting out a
For several Saturdays as Hendry. Paul Martin Gerald at Dot Newman's.TUf'sday I and Mrs. R. M. Turner

was announced aheai: of time. I Mathia, Vanessa Millican, Dee. 19 : Ordinance 82, banning the I II also commended tile outstanding and children:! of Jacksonville thousand pine seedlings.Mrs. .

the fire siren has sounded at Christine Newman. Billy O' Mass at St. William's 7:45: ,I sale of beer on Sunday, with !I work done by Secretary spent Sunday with Mr. and I ., George Hall of Palatka

,i his approval. I Joe Wildt. and Mrs. Harry Grainger of
12 noon In some towns this Connor, Diane Paredes. Donna a.m. I ; i Mrs. V. Y. Crawley.

happens every day at noon Sparkman. Mike Valldejuli, Eastern Star Christmas I Ordinance 83l'giving: 'police I Estrrllita Club, Notice will Johnny Mathews entered a I Grandin were in Gainesville
I, The Estrellita Club 'not
but since it is only once a Susan Widegren, Gail Wolfe I party, 8 p. m., Masonic Hall.. additional powers in the matter I horse showin Gainesville last Friday and brought back NEW
m' I of unlawful assembly, was!; meet in December. The next with them for the weekend
week in Keystone, it has sent Robert Purdy Debra Cromer, Boy Scouts meet 7:30-p.: Sunday.
approved 3-2, with Wigginsand I,meeting will be held in January Mrs. Gr'ainger's son, Johnnie REDWOOD
some alert but absentminded Charles Lambert Community Church educational Miss Dora Byron of Atlanta,
Fourth Gr de Leon Triest building. I Hetherington voting no.. and will be announced 'weekend with Mikell a student at the University -
firemen tearing .up to the \ __ ..... .. laten .. .. Ga. spent last I _
''"" -- h- "' i> t' lire station. They, felt rather Diane Davis. Pamela Tomes. Wednsfay'Dec'2OLast : ? Williams Church 4 ; her mother Mrs. Frances Bryoiii l,,
Mr. and Mrs."Weldon Brant-
silly afterward. Just rememberthat Debbie Ridaught. Sally Bran- I day of School before :; S : I they
meeting at 8 o'clock will be The. ladies ,of St.. Williams : ley celebrated their 54th wed- Completely pre-cut so
Katherine Hinck Kathy, Lassiter and Mrs.
the siren will blow non. Christmas Holidays. Mrs.
every followed by a program in the Altar Society met Monday fit together as easily as chil.
I ding anniversary on Friday,
Saturday at noon. Andrewsen, Edwin. Baker, Lake Geneva Team and Mc I Powell of the Melrose Beauty
Masonic Hall presented by night, Dec. lir for a clean-up Dec. 8.Those. dren's building logs. Main
Mickey Brokas, Michael Fun- in showat
Attention, Voters Kay Real Estate team bowl Salon presented: a
the local Girl. Scouts. They night In, preparation for,. who attended M.Night tenance-free lodge can
While derburke Ricky Murrhee 'Men's Night Owl League I I the 'Won an's' Club, Wednesday .- as a
the townspeople *ill portray "International Christmas. Services at the First Solid redwood
be logs never
Gerald Belote -
Payton Susie Dec. 6. .
Gainesville Bowlero, 7 m. ,
breathlessly awaited election p. Christmas" in native costumes.. Dec. 17b skets I4
On,Sunday ; in Palatka.NOTICE
Baptist Church
Deborah Hawes, Cindy Heth- St. Anne's Junior Choir Mr. :and Mrs. Clyde Wesley I need paint-resist decay,
results I
December 5
on Highlight of the. social hour will be at the church door to
naturally what erington Kerry Shackleford, Practice 7:30: p. m. I of'' Gainesville spent last week won't be attacked by termite
pondered, will be a gift exchange under r'eceiv -d nations for a needy
Karen Williams. St. Senior Choir with their daughter and son- Aluminum windows and
caused the delay. As a matter Anne's thej chairmanship of Mrs. VeraOwnbey S family; Donations of canned )I.

"'of,:. fact, those doing the;;,'tallying Connor Fifth, Grade Debra: Sara Kingsbury Lou 0'-, Practice 8 p. m. i assisted by Mrs. goods will tie welcome. There in-law Mr. and and Mrs.family.Glynn I Due to' recent events, I TlMBEllODG screens
Community Church Choir.
did have a problem; caused Florence Southwell and Miss will also-be &donation basket am closing my property
Brannon available !
Christmas Cantata, 7:30 The bus
Tby three people who apparently p. Barbara who will flowers. Santa Juana Ranch in
Gallop. Gina Massa. Char- Southwell for Christmas; In Melrose will change December ( Resort Retirement Permanent Homes
didn't .read directions, or m.Thursday arrange the Christmas tree Sunday will be. Communion; Clay Bounty) to hunters.
main Float, David MathIa 12. Three round trips to
hose to Ignore them. Dec. 21 Each will the ladies of Please do not ask for
table. person bring all Home
""- Charles Vincent, Pat Cox, Sunday-for\ ; Gainesville and Jacksonville See Model and Office
One ballot was that of a Duplicate Bridge Club, 10a. a gift wrapped and properly the parish. Rosary will be recited permission, to ,hunt, for I
Terrl Christoffers. !
timid soul who was still on Sixth Grade: Dottie, Hard- m., Woman's Club. Inarked for either a lady or a before/ Mass starting at will be available.contact For: more Perry'sSundries. .It will be denied.,. Tres- I Route 21 (Jax Hiway) Keystone Heights

Ibe fence apparently.. He enburgh Roxanna Valldejuli, DeMolays: meet at 7:30: man. about 8:20: p. m. Choir,practicewill .formation.. I passers will be prosecuted -

I Terry DeWitt, John Muir Les- Masonic Hall.Meirose The hostesses will serve holiday be held at noon Sunday. Duplicate Bricfte I to 'fullest extent of

INSURANCE lie Beam. Jackie Godwin. Di- Club Christmas Home Demonstration Party, 2- refreshments during the Members are asked .to bring; Winners at Melrose Duplicate the law. C. J. (Pete) O'Connor, RealtorPh.

Auto -Fire-Casualty anne Thomas. Jimmy Wildt, get-acquainted.social hour", all of. their music. S. bridge ;were: First place (Signed)
in Clubhouse.
Bonds and Allied Linea Marcia Haberstroh. Danny p. m., Home Demonstration- fates. 1 On Friday night of St, Dec.Williams 29, Miss Iva Hillyer and .Mrs. I i Jorge M. Valldejuli Keystone Heights 4297
the teen-agers S
Hinck. Richard Purdy. The Melrost.Hbme Demonstration -. Mary Cook; second place L I
I Insurance house for all
Reynolds will 'hold open .
Seventh Grade: .Susan Bird Club Alachua County Mrs. Albert Bachman and
Jane McMurtry. and girls
of the, teen-age boys
AgencyW. Patti Brannon Beverly Cuen- will hoid Christmas Partyon Mrs. Emory Cooper; third
Freshmen Thomas Bird a be
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L. Reynolds det, Mickey Jackson, Terry December 21 at 2 p. m. in in this' area, There place, Mrs. Geo. Phelps ., and
Margaret Pater, Steve Shack- music, dancing, and refresh, KEYSTONE! HEIGHTS MELROSE
1 King Nancy Kingsbury, Faye chmam fourth .
Ph. 2442 : 2701 ; leford. Lee Sutton.Sophomores the club house. The program ments.. The party; 'will be heldin Mrs. Alice ;
Logsdon. :* Mrs. R. P. Vogh and
Keystone lghti1, Fla. : Bernice Brune will feature "Christmas cheer the rasonic'Hall from 8 to place.

r Eighth Grade: Renee Belote,: Carol Campbell, Carolyn: For- for all the family," an roll midnight. urchstyleclothing
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I iI sythe Jo Wildt. call will beanswered'by members will .be.'the order of possible by the Women of the 8'SIE.JS RECTORY: [

I Juniors: Marguerita Float. expressing-. "What makesme the evening. Arrangements'are Church, Program directors are S ,

S Eastern Star News. happiest at Christmas." in charge of'.Mri.1:Lena: Cle- Mrs. Barry Wyman and Mrs.

I Katherine Jane McGlave,, There,will be a gift exchange mens. There will be no. admission Jack Haberstroh. APPLIANCE
AH your money Dell Haynor and Earl Win fred, H.
,: Haynor and a Santa. Claus table. Refreshments charge.. Christmas gifts will go to S

BflNK -. + I were" Initiated. at the impressive .will be! a-: ..snackor Christmas CantataOn boys rjfod girls, :in Sunland Wheeler Service Co.

;..; mattera handled I I and colorful degree. ceremonyconducted 'a' goody tray' brought by Wednesday, Dec: 20, at Training Center at Gainesville S San Lebrydo tog. Real, Estate Broker

by Eastern each member., and coffee will '7:30 'p.: m. the" .CommunityChurch and Santa Claus will maker:anappearance. OB 5-2401 Lumber Co. Lake PropertiesAiret e -
efficiently! S : Star Chapter 279 on December ,:Choir 'will:present ,a between Keystone and Melrose :
be .furnished by,the president, S : Specialize-in S Ranches'. Business. '- City
: 5. Due to Illness Candidate We Custom
S I Mrs. Edith Nicholson. Decorations Christmas ntat using parts A dress rehearsal will be servicing; both areas Homes..-Rentals

Amy T. McElrath was unableto will 'be'in charge" of Mrs. Of'tI ndel's ''"Messiah.' The held. 'in educational J build" ? a WASHERS : Cut. Extra} tftbb'Lengths '. "We-, TakeiA u.: .pet!?.L a1;Int&Mt

attend. Installing officers lielen.Egan.[ public is invited.Cftrlstm mg at 10:30: ,a. m. Saturday, :s TELEVISION Your enU--
S Cement Mortar In : .Requfre
were Worth Matron Beatrice I Pageant T Mix-
Installation of officers S HeightS
i new ANYTHING ELECTRICall Midway: Keystone.
i Schroeder, Worthy Patrol Church Sheet Rock ,
The Community
; Ralph Crawford, and Associate will: !be neltat.uie 'club.meet. Sunday: SChool? /'will'present a S The Clay Wanted Memorial Hospital I work:guaranteed tervlcing Mill en Hy U&t.IJd41eburr: : Melrose

f Patron Ossie Williams assisted ing on January 25. I satisfied customers roWs1opal :StodayfOB -
I Boy' Seoul. News Christmas pageant, -"The Angels Auxiliary ask that everyonesave Phone BU 2.5272MILLWORK
by the officers. 7:30 since '47 '52981RESTAURANT
I W patching, at : :stamps., Money from the

_ .1 j The men were hosts again Twelve Boy Scouts of Troop I p.-m. Sunday.Dec. 17. Mem sale of thesF stamps will be .

!tbub I ably assisted by C. E. 105, under the leadership' of i bers of the cast, include: Glen .used to purchase new equip BOATS S J -

Mitchell, George Young, and Scoutmaster Barry Wyman,, Few, Danny Hinct Debbie ment for the hospital. When The BOAT Barn S. .
.. i assisted by Bill Beam and Max Terri Keystone
Ossle Williams. Associate Matron Hawes. John Muir you open letters and packages

7'; I Ernestine Eisenacker reported Money ham, enjoyed the Field Christoffers 'Bruce Sunder- make.sure'that the stamps are Millwork Shop
.... Day events held hi'Gainesville GZ7O1 FrietdtLawrence's
Meet Your
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I on illnesses: that Key land.. Donald Dgen Marshall not damage:! Drop that part CABINETS nOOKS ,",

S 'isM ; We qualified through M: Sargent was able to returnto on Dec. 9. The boys did well Beaia, Jimmy Wildt Johnny of, the envelope or package t ,, : at
and brought back two second WINDOW FRAMES ;
work. on the house he was Carries, Roger Smith. Marshal .wrapping with the stamps Into NftUDgFLOICIST '

,,1 years .o( experience.. and building when he,suffered set- place redribbons.. .l'Gallop. Barry Wuman Leslie a box which will be collected ALES aS..YlCI. SCREENS Dinette

l training to manage all your I tons injury .lnfall;. Mrs.. S The troop meets each Tuesday Beam, and a choir of children regularly by the auxiliary TWm Mat rialj COLD BEER GOOD FOOD

I financial matters ; real Floria-Murrhee has underro ..at.7:30'p. m. in the Com;.I from '3'to 6 years old In angel members. Success of the proJect I Sash Made T* Order < Open 11 a. m. to 9 p. m.

$FTO1 estate, securities, invest dental surgery; Floyd' GUrie. .muriity Church educational costumes. Billy Carries will be will require the cooperation Keystone Heights_ S Mon.: thru Saturday

6' .ment.taxes, etc. No matter husband of 'a chapter mem building. S 1 the reader. The Christmas of fetch citizen of Clay I closed Sunday
kft. ; ber was to undergo surgery at Women Golfers Organize Choir is made'up of; children County ao get busy. I PACKAGE STORE Height
.4 what 21 Keystone
your you Hiway -
problem I the Lake City VA hospital on The Keystone Heights WornAssociation from the 2nd through the 5th Birth Announcement ... .

may find this service most : Dec.. 6.Best. wishes ,for a quick .en.. _.Golfers, met j grade. Both eho 1'S..w singthroughout ,Mr.., and 'M 'J. Frank Nooney Edna WilliamsYLOR1STNURZy Shaughnessy'sPACKAGE

COME IN ( ; bell (! iaI\Ta1k it overw1thTODAY :I'recovery ii extended. to each Sunday afternoon.., at the I the play- announce the arrival of > WELL 'DRILLING

-I- y us 1 of these. Expressions of sympathy to fl!iatrir: club.. .:Officers lot- the S There will beirsblo hr'Marc1a -! daughter Mary Ann on Tuesday FLOWM13 STORE

S were, extended,to ChajK _'OTgMi&atiog.: were elected Haberstroh.a duet by Gina Dec. 5, in Baptist Memorial For AD OPEN t A. 3L12P. H. DAILY
ter 'members'::8E." and ..8selMcKay apfoifew;.Geaa Chiiitoffers. Massa and Dick Martin and Hospital J. Jacksonville.. She : CLOSED SUNDAYS S WELL DULLING
Phone OR 52331CAS
THE UWW' 3JTEIAUS ,in.the loss of Mrs: McKay's president; Mae' Henderson. f another duet by Robin. and i Is still in the hospital. weighing i :Ktystone JeJrose', Highway

: ,.Brother. Mrs William i 'T e: president; Vests Aiken Beth Ronstrdler only 4.1-2 pounds at birth BOTTLED I REAL ESTATE PUMPS 11

;, ., Smith. :ColW:'D.: 'Klffitpeteris treasurer; ate Tolles handicap The young people will but'the-Nboneys hope to have ..... ".

.. ,M-WER.. rt.itJ-.c lf 1 ,recovering atihfejMiae, onSwin .chairman; Gena Christ present: 'Nativity.." a Bible her home! by Christmas join SZR1JCBMATHEWS
., >-, t'c.. ; ;:': .. /' Keystone Gas Co. C. J. Pete O'Connor "
Christmas .
cfeairman story
.Lake,: -? offers .trophy ; andMae reading of:the her five brothers and sisters.Chkftans
A FrJank. i fo A .FriMullr"'C......,:
"S 'Kane:'far 'tbeCfetotaas. HeodefwB. publicity'Stertiflg by Tommy; Bt& wtth 'the Bftt"Jle o* 0ners 24 HOUR SESTIC&' REALTOR .

.: ..4st '.Hei" Fia. if- S 'Jiiti'' >aCprogram", "e' -',Dec,IfniftjiM'rd : ; yooni people, as.'iCencir: singing S The' ., 'Keystone. ... .4-'Chieftlahs! S S. ,r9NzA31 REAL 'ESTATZ1ORTGAGES Well Drilling :

I ".. ... _' "'.'''',.-..-,.., ...... I .,t11 > .......... S '.. ,." .. > I by ,fee.Wor:11:1L 1 the..:.tirstriday: in dfOIAt1ntere&1s.CstwE.rr'e: ;- ,,' .. .(Men's football team 1 beat the S Franchise.Distributer ol J -. APPRAISALS' -..," ,,411i.*... S.4
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t r '. TTTTTTT' TTTfY.. night, Dec. 5. Sonny Sowers. Brokas." Reba, Hall,,.and Mary' r Y.Y.YW.TYTYYT'TY.... .YYYYYYY T.YYTtTT. Yft their' 6th anniversary oh Friday '

: K.E'Y ,.i.o"N,E: I.Dewayne The Keystone Elder team Carl'included Darden I Carl On'Haggland the Meirose, Dick team Logsdon"were, Ann flowing Schaeffer, ,bit, they made were-good, uP'III ,;OF' :INT RES': ,TjO :Cpi REP Free.. Dec.15 Will ,Baptist at 8 p- schedule m. I .-';H

I CITIZENS OF 'BRADFORD COUNTY AH activities start at 7:30. '
} Townsend Against professionals
HlOmiGHTS i Buddy Goodyear, Russell Dougherty, Tommy some !
t t :;. Strickland. Sidney Jackson Tyre, Charles O boa di,'MarkGaboardi from;:Jacksonville, Gainesville. Monday night, Faithful_ Few k s7r
&&.&&&&&&.&&&4A&.A I '. iBy fho bt GhsIt ClubTuesday, Senior Choir 1 aI
.. ,.. '. r pay Ori.ms. Lane Sibley, Mike :! Winslow PredJikssdn and. palatka. However;;* tfcty 5 f 4. _
[Prom Proceeding Page Hanks Mike Redfearn. Walter Bobby Leggett, Robert Hamm. gained lots of experience from .&- & ).....&4.._1 i.. .4A..i.. .. .....i& ....1! practice. Wednesday, Prayer -----I Is

Harvey Robert }Menzen. Gabe Alvin LillY Phillip! Morris, the venture-tq say,nothing of I Meeting. :Thursday, Woman'sHome "
:Melrose: Monsooners in a game Pejley.) Barry Wyman Ronald Bubba Roundtree Glynn;Till- new 'bathing suits\ 'find, en- Recreation 'EdeJie Larry, Velma Mitchell I!: -Mission and. Junior i 1
LaRue The: 1!. Jacqueline Moore, Cleveland Choir practice, ,Friday, Prayer I
sponsored by the Booster Club I Coleman Carl Boudreau Buddy man.Ronnie Dougherty.'Clint jng gowns. Mrs. George: Recreation Uejwrtmjent _
operating In Jenkins')J2em'enlary t Morris Joan William's.:3rd"Grade I Band, and Saturday the I Can : a -
and Joe
;at the Reservation Tuesday I Elliott, Wallace Rivers, Blankenship, and Tony Arono ,and ..Mr paurer wereamong : :
At half-time Lions' Club those given the hard School; under the riirectioirof i : :: Linda Matthews. ,, t: Club -
; '
1 -, President Charlie McGlave, i job of .judging. "Mr. ,and: Mrs. Clarence I Leggertha-Griff I An AH. ,iMen'3 .Chorus, from

who was also emcee, announ- wnilam ;,ls inviting ;the teen 1 I 1 th'Grade: Joseph Alston",1 I Green Cove Springs :wjll} appear :-I II

GLASS That's bur) Business ced that they would dedicate ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL tigers t,9. the ,ac lvnie ':.cairiid Daisy Coleman :Mary' Lane 'I at Free Will Church: in i 1

w "If It's Glass We Have It" the lights on the Held. The ;C8TJRCf. .KEYSTONESundaTs on each Frfday-iftgnVaiyrSat-; I Lucile Mitchell, Linda.Tyson, :I honor of the Junior 'Choir on ti j -' 1

,,1 CALL WRITE or VISIT Lions raised money for this -9:30:; a: m. .Church urday afternoon frpr4 3'to 6 i I Bitty 'Davis; Carolyn Brnwn I Sunday,'Dec.,17.-a '3:30: p. m.Ail II ; -i ; :1

FOR ANY GLASS NEED project last;year. plaque was SchpoL .,,93o7a. m.: Mprnlntrayer o'clock' for the elementary' ;; Johnny Su1l1R. ; nald 1 I members .arid friends: are: I : L.M.PRICiJ.
to for ? and Sermon 1st Bun) children,, and, -: from 7:3.0: 1 tp 10,:Strong Invjted: 'tq attend this grand
presented Clay EJectri -
SHEA'S GLASS {O their fine work in getting :the! cay, Holy Communion]. 6 p. Friday night lof.ihe teen\'15th 1 'Grade: Sandra 'Wili :' ftalr. Rev. Louis McKay, AT A TABLE MODEL
i ,
I field ready for',the.first fame. m. Episcopal 'Young Church agers' Parents' .re"mvitl"d to |I.Hams, Alvin' Green. DannieJackspn. pastor, Mary McBride' reporter -

INC.) lIlen accompany 'their children and :
(NOT Tommy ,-employee '
Days -:30 m.Holy :see them-enjoy'the fun. 6th Grade: Linda Dinkins Allen Church Steward
1 Formerly! Joe Peters Glass Co of Clay Electric, ,accepted( the Holy : a. Chapel -
Modern Store Fronts plaque in their.behaif Another Communion ., Club-New! J Anthony'-'DeSue'Ralph Byrd.,' ':Board" No. 2 will have aspecial -

'} \Ve Design Parch "The! Fiesta Social'Club'-will' Shirley Brown'Betty Smith.tfr'Grade .- 'program Friday 'night
to G. E. ThirdWednesday I I
Just Mail!\ Us A Pattern For was presented celebrate their Christmas ", ?' Dommon,' : L''P
Wiggins who .had 'donated .a Covered Dish Supper, 8 or b:30 ;" Henry? 41th' Mrs/lv'), Uum" as :

Table Tops I pole, and a third plaque wentto p, m.FIRST. ".party..Saturday night, Dec. 16, --Willie Mae Powell Mary Ann Beaker. All .members.: and

1 1313 N. W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353 I Lion George Schaeffer for: .. ... .... ..... I i atLWater, Oak claD Holfce# : All "ChandlerIvan McGullum,1 Jriends' ,are invited to",attend.'

his hard work.: in securing 'BAPTIST CHURCAHEYSTONM' members are expected'to bring Shirley Lewis, -Larry'Brown, Parents: are! asked to send het

money lor the poles. Through -- ,I a couple.. ValarrJenkins,-Beverly Lever-1'. chijdreil.; practice' for the'Christmas SPECIALPUiCHASE

solicitation he.., tsed 50 .11IqQV1'$_ I Starting j' Ltheelub will "son WilliamLane.. program, date to
cent of the money r himself. Me-per '' ". R. Sprit ;, paster. Ralph"[I be open'tor y\ewmemb\ : rs.we 8th Grade-Barbara McCol- I: :pe': annTt iiwed'.later. Regular nIk:1:

Glave hailed him as an out Copeland,. Minister pf Music. I I are ,.hoping to make 'the New ,lum. Coy ,Jackson Mary '
; l.n4 i'huc'h orga+ist.Seryices Year' 'a'banner" ;ar by doing Cummings, Gwen .Collins, : ';;1Y.k. Brand
standing-: Lion The plaques I
i : Sunday,School l 9:15 all the good Maxcine .Odums Marion- Jen-
: -we can, everywhere ; ; NewPatented
will be mounted the I
on polesat
:01 Jtqrning 10:5Pz
the field. : Worship we can We want members 1 kins, Jacqueline Marshall, k. Model .
i : m. Training Union. 700; p. that will.help us. Shirley Ann Browns rf
Bop Pays Off .... '. E aa. .iftrvlces i:00: p.I f r"
evening \ We.joined our oeldved memI 9th Grade:' William Pieree. COOL CHASSIS 'f!4II;
During the week preceding m. YQU are ,invltjsd ,tot share ; t "
.I ber and friends; ;;iMrs..RubyClark .10th Grade:-a-nie M 'Scbtt,
'NATURALDependable 1 Homecoming, the password. at family Prayer time with usCHURCH and' family,4h bereavement Queen Moore. Jlmmie .Brown. P rr CONSTRUCTION NI
was *
Keystone School "Bop,
pver the death of :her. Filth Grade .Betty Jean r ..
translated to.mean,"Beat Or-i I ,
COiEi'1' tI TTY I mother; !.Irs. Leonia Washington t Crum. CHory Cummings,Mary fO"'. .
Economical ange Park. Wells ,the Indians ,KEY STONEHEjcirrsPrvA. I In .Alaehua.. Mrs. Perdue.Robert Mack, Annie I

-- I lost Saturday the football Dec.9'game,: the'girl, but oil] 'c. Poit! MlnUter., Washington' funeral was held -Britt.-Booker-.-Marshall- t I i&k. 4'i '
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Mrs. James L. Hetherfgtcp: Tuesday'Dec. 5. .12th GradeMargie.Leverr: :
964 24ll
PHONE 964.1301NIGHT I basketball, team finally} beat\ Org nist and nirfJdPf ,. ..Clarpncp ,DeSue president; : son Mary McBride, .Ruby IMTfl

CITY OF STARKE. GAS UTILITIES DEPT. I Orange Park. The game..aoo..the was Ricn. rrj! Cusb un, ,",Y heldin Green"COv '
Sunday School,. 3-M a. a. tary.. )Elaine 1 foniopt, JaSoicugon p I'
5420. Outstanding 1 1v
score was !
., Ginny Campbell Morning Worsnip, 11 a. B. 400 Social Club Lenla ;iTqustgp'BarTara | a 1.: .

a players were Drake, Young People, 7 p- m.MELROSE. The first Anniversary 'Dinner Stall, .Franklin l ;Hicliard-1\ I
Reba Hall, and Barbara
Attention Livestock Producers! Button of the 400 Social Club was ,son, .Roberf( flar>l," MiltonEljersdn .
all.guards, and Nance
held at 2:30'p.: in. Sunday, Robert' Djggs.
Rubyland Smith, and: Jane I TT..TTTTTTTTT..YT., ', I i I Ii
the cafetor-
J Dec. 10, in RJE New Club OraanIpd r/ i "

If you\; have hogs oreatUe McMurtry all forwards. Nancy.f I, I ium. Mrs. P. B.- Pierce, a I I Members.of.rthe Sqclojpgy I : 90-Day TV SERVICEAT

: to, sell now or [in '., ..jf-' Sutton, scored 13' points Janet; I member of the RJE faculty- Class organized .a Sociology 1 NO EXTRA COST! ..,

the. f ture. please con- d :: Rubyland. Smith, 22; and i Y.Y..T.T..T..I served as mistress of ceremonies Club} ,for the chief .purpose ,of I -
McMurtry 16. i This man is jocund batagFa: I Covers parts, tubes, in-home service labor.
tact one 'of" the buyersat TRINTrY EPISCOPAL i iI and did a wonderful job.. promoting more and better I
,Copeland Sausage' Unlike the.jootball team, the CHURCH MELROSE! 'I Other persons who appearedon cultural activities on the |i 1 I i .VIvId VislCI for btmIiuce .AraniBf Rismi P.wif-
: a. He heard} a clever storyb. .
basketball has .enough .
tearri 8oostsr tsb Tabtlt
the program were Rev. camp; Officers i are as" ; EMm "
C inpariy.aDd' 'gh'ethem 01-1 i New Udder Grid Timer
1 : lie told a clever story
'. ana opportunity" to buy material {or.s bst1tutes. Team Sundays -10 a. m. Church George Lee. who spoke and I'lows': Robert Mack,'pre ic} ; Automatic Picture Pilot t Safeguard systio protonRocket
members, other than: those School. 11:49 &. m Morruni Mrs. Gension and Mrs. Gertrude -I. Billie Bryan, vice president; I aCfrteits
fat against !
your Uvestocfc mentioned Jo Wildt and Jack] Spratt ;could eat no -rugged Solid Copper pcwtrIU1'; '
iFirst Jean '
Prayer and Sermon Carter, who sang. Sev- ,!,'Betty Crum secretary; ;his ,wife could eat no lean. Sd
COJPELAND OFFERS YOU Sylvia Dodd, forwards; Linda Sunday, Holy Communion]. I eral beautiful -numbers were Sandra Long:> ; assistant secretary : Front 101nd. Front tuning'
drink milk at
I I they our every Re. abUitJ-COOl> CHASSIS :
Beck, CathyWilliams, Norma I
BIG -i Vi p. m. Episcopal Young Church rendered by the Free Will ; Glory E. 'Cumtnings, meal,, pow things are peahvkeen. beats TV beat for 76% longer Bf! 6" speata I
4 Valldejuli, Lee I
Baptist Choir. I I treasurer; Mary Perdue, 're- I Foolish, eh? But fresh, TV life .-.
'. Rldaught: Joann .T omas. men.Holy Days 10 s, m.. Holy Many Clubs were represented I porter and business manager; rich milk is of 2J veraa diaoulllluJUr'to')
1: C :'market every day. Marguerita Float, and Stenna CommUnIOn. and'we are grateful for. Milton EHcTBon -and 'Mae Lois I\vell-hal4nced a diet big:that part, kiddies; any, For, only 1 a few meat sent ((2Uq,1 Ia. Vlse. .,'1

Logsdon guards. A game was The Rev. Millard H. Brey- their participation. Mrs.: Bright, -chsain..H. W. Taylor is tale. ibis ira)
2 No commission.: scheduled for Dec. 12, and the no fairy Drienk our Pennies a DayGEHERAL
: I fogle, Vicar. Audrey Mae Gibson, president; -the'sponsor! jhllk'at every inea !for Its refreshing I -
3. St&cial\ 'consideration given to meat next will be after Christmas 1 James Carlwell, financial sec- i Church News ; energy-building food,
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win t
rv Unfortunately, you'can't METHODIST retary and reporter. Mt. Morjgh ifethodist
i value. i
: type hogs- 'em all, and: on Friday,-Dec. $, 1 School News Church will have'Its Christmas NI ..1 : :

4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient the girls played Clay High iIJ.j'j i I CHURCH. MELROSE I The Student. Council of RJEis program Thursday Bright; Dee C. U1 NAS\VORTHY\

: q niities. Green Cove and lost the A- I Sunday 9:45: a. m., Church: sponsoring a preholidayhop 21, with Mrs. Annie Jane ell, -

squad game 34-12, and the B- I I School for all ages, 11 a. m. featuring Brecky Bee of Miss-Evelyn Y urlg,.and Miss

squad game 357. I Morning 6:30 Station WOBS in the RJE Constance WiUianis> in'charge. SUPPLIES :
Worship. : p. m. : :
HOward 2-3011 ,
,., ....... Mrs. Youth Fellowship.Wednesday cafetorium at 8 p. m. Dec. 15.' All members 'and friends are; '....
basketball This activity is an attempt to invited to the wonder-
': 7:30 t) m., Bible -
.FOR CLAUDE PHILLIPS, PRESTON POLK, Local Girls Make Study and Prayer Meeting. raise funds for the organization. furprqgrami: I .

NORMAN VEECH'Copeland Good Showing In Contest .rRev. Ted Springer pastor. The goal for the'year is Stewardess :Board" No. '2 'of DISCOUNT 'HOUSE :

.. Thursday night; pec. 7, to present the school with j| Allen l Chap' 'AME ChUrchi \ I I .

three local teen-age girls,took METHODIST CHURCH some useful 'gift.-Mary B. i i has invited Rev L..H. .McLen-'1

part in the competition for the Tyson, reporter. don: and his congregation 1 I .. .
Strawberry Bowl Queen in t Safety Patrols I .
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SAUSAGE COMPANY ALACHUA FLORIDA judges, the three ,girls, Dianne as\Qr, ... members of the RJE Elementary
Sunday School 9:45: ss. 'I. Safety Patrol:' Morris!7.

Worship: ju m. I Aaron Martha Lane, Willie B. A1A E BUSINESS DIRECTORY

IMP and 'MCF 7,p. m. Scott, Alvin' Green; Anthony'
DeSue, Belinda Dommon. Nathaniel -
Evening Worship 8 p.; m. .. ,
i Prayer Meeting [Wed.l 7SO i ) Jones, Charles Kirk'sey I

P. m. i Patricia Ann .Dennefield,


I II I Hampton Ronald Dell James .
I Price, Albert Byrd,and JosephM. t.I: 'Crane Motor Co. Rush's Tractor Co. .-

a I I SERVI6 Alston. i> !' 'Mauldin's
IJ I, Organizing a Safety Patrol LARK= ANGLIA -
I is the of the Ele- ;Auto 'Glass ENGLISH FORD NEW HOLLAND
,. one-oft phases I i i lAWS I
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mentary Safety Program under -' ALLIS CHALMERSMASSEYFERGUSON .V
the auspices 'of the Elementary COMPLETE=STOCK CURVED, Authorized Sales & Service NEW-USED 8ALF8a

:. 1t I Safety .Committee. "Compute, Service for All ".
t Basketball : 'G4W1nd Makes" Farm Equipment And SERVICE '
Pfc Larry ;p.?:. Cooper, son The Tigers and fTigerettes h1eld & Door Glasa 506 E. University Ave FR Tractors 6-4385 Florida Saw Co.

.of Mr; and Mrs. Kenneth 0. of,RJE High played'their;last Replaced In,'AtrySlake, ,FR 24351Gainesville

., Cooper of Keystone Heightsrecently home game before the, holidays -: Car. Or. Thick Fla. Archer Rd. Gainesville.. FR C-Kll .. ,
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( took ,part in a field ,against the Terriers and W Handle Bafety Glass GARDEN SUPPLIES 2538 N. E. 19th Dr. -.-

I II:training exercise: ,involving Terriorettes of Lincoln High, FB -255i .eI J" Galnesvlll -
in Ger- Gainesville. The Terriorettes COMMERCIAL 1
some 26,000 troops Johnson & Faris
e : 1314 6. Main., OilnesvlUe .
I many. He is 'a mechanic in defeated, the Tigerettes by- 'a. ds, : 'j-.Mj ," : t REFRIGERATION Inc.Complete ".
et '
the 629th Medical >,Co., :which score'o,27.35ti;The 4Tigentte.s'! J

; 'is'regularly located ,in Hanau, suffered from the ..illness of; A ". Y R -. 'Une of SPORTING GOODS' ..,

'I G rmany. A graduate of. Melrose their,captain and high pointer," AUTO LES. SERVICE, f'' RefrigerationService SEEDSPLANTS- ,\

i High School, Pvt. Cooper Ruby White! who played but: FEBTUJZEBSInsecticides j.
... ..,, 1.
; c This Area's Most Complete Lia
e entered the Army in January, was benched a, portion,of the' Co. -Pet Supplies $

z 1961 and has- been overseas game due.to a headache. .DITtRIAL 'CHBTSLESPLYMOUTH !We Rent Fertilizer. Spreaders' j. .Sporting, Ooods a& w v

.' since last June. His wife, "TheIgera': won their:third! : ,VALIANT Sidney Leopold. Owner I 224 N; W. 8th Ave

j Lane,.is with him in Germany. game.in, a row- by beating the Authorized jSalfii: Psxti Commercial Refrireratira .', ;FB q: 2-6476. Jimmie Hughes: Inc

., courageous Terrirors 69-39. .I .Air Conditioning '! 1 t Ga1neIYU1e. Ha. ,1 I.
Willie [tCartwright] Banks, the' Service. 1 I 1113 University 'OalaeivIIf
Airman Russell H. Rauler- ..:: .I4' : Frlfidaire! Ice Maken to"Sold' ,
-: 6 ft..4 in Senior, collected I.ADIES.WEAR -
son, son of.Mr. and Mrs. Rob- 28 points to.lead his own'team Hawea-Powers. And Serviced Af rttae r .. ..
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1 er \\C. Raulerson :Kingsley '. ,-' -.. : .; :Cherry's .
: I : on scoring. John Solomon t Gainesville FR 2-8392 SHQES :..
Lake, )S' being assigned to the, Richard IWildmaril :Chandler., Motor, < Co. 'Heights.FR 6-770? OainesVUle', ;* 'Most Fashionable! \.'..

; tT...,'S." Air Force technical Levi Dexter.'and Bobby: :Sml- j FR. -581"" Address For Ladies T'.
'. training course for radio and ley] Cohen are.other, members jof j 1 204 N. Main, 'Gainesvile' ,- b DRESSES SUITS COATS JJQb'a
: radar maintenance,specialists team who' .' Y, s
the played a sen- j j .11H4 Cart212 A1. Xula CONCRETE PRODUCTS
_ **: at Keesler AFB,Missy Iie'completed national to ehalli-up the -'' ..... '
the: first of, his game j j FK s-u6G I '. .-- .,..- 105aJ'University, Gainesville! Shoes JOT'The i ;CntireF;
This Christmas be thoughtful.ftvcf. part :
Gifts forBetter a If.you; third win,of the season for : is r _, L
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care enough, choose ,modern carefret ttectrit, ,basic- .military training' at the:Tige -, ]I INS STITHAT ;ALU'4O: R MOVER *FOETHNE: FOR, MEN "{?
ifta- 've better electrically.Ekctnolfiftl. Lackland AFB, !Texas,.and was iv CONCBETE PBOBUCTS ".
LleVl'eng The next home'PJ! Win .be Jon I '. mf
: CHARM gEl V(
are popular and practical.They keep 90 JJvinf,_ selected' for advanced. trainingonthe Jan. 9 when,,the Tigers"and : 1 r I .LINCOLNICOMEJ1. ". ;-?; -:DACURY- r',; j ARE THE BEST FROM Gainesville FpR ) .

..;\ 'l throughout they ..There arc marvetywRfcoj-, ; basis of his'' interests, Tigerettes, wm; :plal Me- :, -, iAi -" RENAULTy *" -"'' ,- ":*J' #' !f"- : + END WELL'FO? CHILD
and p tudes.He Is a graduate l }MayflowerLOCAL EC
Electrically dons in all prices and for every tge and intent*. : bahe-High Alachua.. .( Edward I ;.tJ
c of BHS.. ;Authorized Bales ?r8errtc Bags mn! y21 -
J 7: The lunchroom management Ip r J '
( t -' .. of. RJE will extend ,holidaygreetings j s Partir e 'f W. University, tialn
"Check this handy list for a few of the many wonderful DISTANCEMOVING '
? Capt.-Ai'I .,Carlisle, former to acuity!atui'students -.;i Trained MeebanIcGood .'J.. I
Electrical Gifts at your Electric Appliance PeatefO : 726. S.'Mafn'FR'1.J- aU Storage And. Crating '
17 of.,Starke; recently krrjved on Tuesday. Dec. 18, by 1 '
Blender QFryPaa Q Slum ,V.'cit,, GalnesvPlergjs G ,FB f5224MUSIC
IsJnow assignedto providing delicious turkey ? 4
in Korea and ',l .. q'" ,, .;,. .r YARNS-TOYS
.',? Q Broiler D food Muer O ToifkrO the lat;c'n1rJ.DlY1s1on..A;! dinner, withrfill: the trfemings.," I -, h'. -.- '. -. I IlELEcrRlC 'i.
,. Can Opener Q floor er Table tamp g )ectrjc i skeet member of the 13th Signal The' faculty and student bodY' .ir Qrar"6I5TK 'MOTORSElectric ...

T O Clock D Power Tools orBttakftQ t Battalion he entered the of{ RJE wish-everyone a' VerY1: Maia. Qs1nen11Ie .. Lillian's- MMGk" Store Time to Lay-Airs7 to ,?,

A Coffee taker 0 Radio,Televisio DVaowmDHairDryer Army in July"1953 and was Merry Christmas, 'aid a.'hlljew : 1T "- : Motor uaic ChrfetmaJa, e 1. -
orHi-Fi stationed Chicago, HL before rHer *
,arriving overseas oh. hjs JtoIJ'for : '' '''AAQ. 1 Since 1933 f' .r
And foi that very special itt-Ul-EUCTBC BTCBU :" 1' : Repair Co.' Jack an J !Jill *
1 present tour ofduty.., Capt. Second 6th Week Period ,alN. .R :'7. J1Ii INC. .cWJ YP' r-TGrrEa- .
I s\ Car'4ste \ the son' of' )''fr tst.ora.de':_ ..Carolyn J cmeJ:i < CABLEPIANOS PUNOR&A3fS Open Till 't:6f; XJaJPHdajt ?'"

Ruto MT Carlisle. "'ol, teJij.i LJJdaJerdeh 5'; > Shirley Carter; COMPLETE ELBCTRIC"Distr&utor -r A Ccffipletc i&k Ofe .{ t

t a : $ ai 1", tadxa2r'ot, A tieC_ _, Jlp'E'l"' Levy, SamarLennoit r p10nom. :Ir ,' ..1tFflr1'ORsAL ; CHORD .OEGANS -?lfM37! Yarns14ttd3otY1'j-N'Ua.
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School-ln.Jacksonvllle. LavfRp' .
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_ .7 kaa ueuwd Tr'tertwLlawd f a wc et' ...Irs CHtAPt Qta versity of 1 F! .ida- His wife toaQTCthia, JTyajp Sylvia! 3ptR9 -n ,} ; .. Budgets ,4 ,l9jt'' ..- Gases -' Delftt ;
_ k. ;: jMflf new tad erar.lee.AM| yw Wkw.awn Ikotrtdfts. tie w?en,, FLORIDA POWER t 11GRTMClfl9 61MPAU t Katherine lives' at 1431 .N.. Jackson.'Linda Leggett d, Gloria 1 R Phil ; ;Ave.. __ New IUncdnCtofs FIt Z-1311 ; ,F&. "3J. ;; 'Hobblea } :

.fair it ectnc< applwn a. i 8VHD FLORIDA Covlngton, Cornelius' Griffin' 112 'E.-'Fttit., GalnerrtJl! 625 W. Unfvarzit7, .GanUrl11I!

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., vice-president; Terry Breeden, I ...Y. V..Y. rTTTTTTTTCLAY Fender's mother, Mrs. Lila engaged in business at Route clenny FlaDated .
of these
and"49 made
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2, Box 158, Lake Butler, Florida. I this :3Oth day of "?
; secretary; and Irene Hart and grade of 100.The Intermediateboys Fender Grant, and his aunt It. F. Merritt, Route 2 Box vember A. D.. 1961 at Stark

f m.HAMPTON Louise Batten, song leaders. HILL won the banner with 'a Mary ,Willington of Orlando. 158, Lake Butler, Fla.218, Mac- : Bradford County,11-30 Florida.U 12 i>i
Jones, Box
The older 4-H girls- from i grade of 85, Their teacher, They came up-for the wedding: I

the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades Airs. Eugene Austin, was out of of their granddaughter Ger- !!
made Christmas handiwork Sunday School being on the aldine, to Winfred Tomlinson I AMBULANCE SERVICE

; Rambler-- tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.Financial their meeting Friday at the sick list. last Friday night at Pine Level
school. Their project for this : Church. Dr. W.. E. Hall per- PHONE 964-2600
Statement We wish to extend our It looks like our Training I
of the is second-year formed the ceremony. Funeral Home
part year Jones
Presented To'Council deepest sympathy to the Mar- Union is slowly fOlding up. We DeWitt C.
James McRae of Myrtle
City Clerk W. H. Maxwell .cooking.Personals .ion Crews family in' the loss had just 14 present Sunday Beach, S. C. spent the week- DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
the' of their loved one. evening, although there are Fla.
financial Starke
presented ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Parkerof end with his parents, Mr. and
: statement to Hampton City Rev..George Chasm James 31 enrolled. We need each one
Obviously Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. W. McRae. RENTAL SERVICES
Council at the regular meet Griffis; Dick Starling,. and present to make a success!
M. Varnes of ,Sampson City Cecil all : Dianne Hall Jim Brown I Hospital Beds, Wheel .Chairs, Crutches
ing in Hampton City Hall on : Hardee of the High-
spent last Friday at Cedar and Eddie Browning of Jack-
December 5.Expenditures. land Church attended the I' -
I sonville visited the J. W. Mc-
and Con-
Better Value In by the city MrsMamie Mead is leaving Laymen Raes last SatUrday.The !
ference at
Middleburg Monday for The Best Deal Anywhere
during the year ending Sept. this week for Cocoa, where she night. LEVEL Northeast Florida Fox

. l 30. 1961 exceeded income by plans to visit through the Hunters Association will meet I i
Roy Combs of Callahan visit- SeeROBERTS'
approximately $700. with a
Christmas holidays with her next at 7:30
Tuesday : m. at t
total of $2,967 taken in, and son-in-law and daughter Mr. ed his uncle, Rev, George By Mrs. J. E. McRa the farmers market in Lawtey. '
Product and Price Chism, Sunday evening. Theydon't
$3,366.98 paid out. A balanceof and Mrs. Enos Skinner, and AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmong
get to visit each other CHEVROLET
$697 was on hand Sept. 30 other relatives. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

0l 1960 while the balance Sept. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Melton very ,often,.even though they the visitors at church REGISTER Notice is hereby FICTITIOUS given XAME that

Sept. 30, 1961 was only $298. had all their children and were reared on the same farm Sunday were Mrs. Lila Fender the undersigned, under the provisions AID OLDSMOBILE

However a change in the when. they were boys. Grant and Mary Wellington of Chapter 20,953 Lawsof
-in model and size grandchildren home on Florida., Acts of 1941, will
every cigarette tax. [largest single day evening last week for a A miscellaneous.shower was of Orlando.At register with the Clerk of the AUTHORIZED DEALERPh. -

.. income for the city,] reportedfor family reunion. Of the 27 given If or Mrs. Delma Padgett the Heart of Florida ford Circuit County Court Florida in and, for upon Brad-receipt -{'j

the previous year shouldbe present, those from out-of- Tyler at the Clay Hill Church Youth.meeting held, Dec. 1 in of proof of publication of
I I' this notice, ,the fictitious nameiof 3033 Green Cove Springs, Fla.
added to the 1960-61 year, town were Rev. and Mrs.Leon- last Thursday night. Hostesses- Lake City, everyone enjoyed a Tri-County Land & Develop
I.w t.
in the amount of $339.94. This ard Melton and children of were Mrs. Nettie Carter' and delightful meeting. Magnolia ment Co. under which we'are

amount was overdistributedto Dunnellon- Leonard Melton I Mrs. Irma Knight. Unfortun- ,Baptist Church of Branford

, j'h the city in March 1960. who has been pastor of a ately, the honor guest could won the attendance banner.!

.. Even with this amount addedto Baptist Church at Dunnellon; not be present# as'she .was' in .The Fellowship win have a Photographic Service

l the $683-83, making a total fqr the last three months, will a car accident Thursday Christmas party at the Mont- Complete

of $1,023.77, this is the lowest enter military service on Jan. morning'and was in, the hos- ,rose Baptist Church in Lake

amount of income the city chaplain.Mrs. pital, but she appreciated 'the City on Dec. 28. The next Hallmark Greeting
4 as a Cameras
has received as its portion of Horace Dval drove to lovely gifts. We understandshe monthly meeting will be held BULLINGTON L

the state cigarette tax since Tallahassee last Friday for an I was discharged from the Jan. 5 at the Bible Baptist Film Cards

.. .. ......,,,<'n.>..W.,.:...:..<.. 1954, when the total was $927. examination for her senior hospital Saturday morning. Tabernacle in Gainesville Watches "Feature Lock"Jewelry

t .a::._.....,,;.j.Ji: ,_ Next single largest amountin beauty operator's license. Accompanying Eugene Austin of Highlandhas Mrs. R. E. McRae is spend-
"" ,. Rambler American .' the city's income was from her on the trip been suffering with a hip ing a few weeks in Jackson- Studio and Gift Shop DiamondWedding

"Yr 4M,, ,Priced from$1846 to J2344 the electric company's fran was Mrs. Lawton Youneblood. and back Affliction.for several ville with her son-in-law and Bibles
" .Zh chise $607.92. The road .- days and has also had the
-- ,_ tax Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tape, Recorders

\ \ and bridge tax brought in children were Jacksonville flu.Our Hall. Phonographs Starke, Florida Sets

r; $514.93; other taxes $256; and visitors Sunday.Mrs. Sunday School climbed I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Austin

.,. h rents $216. The utility tax, initiated Forsyth back to 63.last Sunday morn- Fender last weekend were Mr. I
'" during the latter partof Leaston of. '1

.._ the year, brought in Lawtey spent the weekend
$238.71 and'sale of the two here with Mrs. Ina Knight.
Mrs. Phyllis Hill and son of
lawn came to $175.
mowers .
'"',' The city took in $43.50 on Gainesville visited in Hampton ,,it''s. ; ,_._ .t. ,. .. .. I.- tM n ,
Rambler Classic 6- ;
with Mr.
Priced from$2000 to$2640 w- licenses $194 repayment of a Saturday ,. :-

; y er loan to the recreation, depart- and Mrs. John Parker.- ',' f.f

ment $27 on fines and for- Weekend visitors here from ,;.

1 feitures, and $8 on mowing Jacksonville were Mr. and .'.... .
J. W. Phillips, recent ,.. .
Mrs. .
< > work. ,6' '>1 ':: : .,
# rwOi.
Highest single amounts paid i newlyweds.Mr. '" I .
for salaries and Mrs. Milton Mosher .- t ... '..__
out were $895 !' '

c iY. $690 for street lighting, and were Jacksonville visitors last ,-_'$ .....It.}_... ::. ,

$499 for street maintenance. Friday. -"' : 7 .
,: / :
: Sanitation cost the city $391 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver of '1 "" .r : ".

during the year, $273 was paid, Ft. Lauderdale spent the '..:. : :' :,! :
: :
I ;xI out for insurance; and $241 weekend here recently with '"- ? 4
for the commission, which was Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Saxon.yyyyyyyyvyyyyyyyyyyyy. ; ''. t
:5 : .
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made <<'f.. :
two years' payments ': '> : .r. ; \ "
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during this fiscal year. .: : 1: .,.,-i > ;
.- .
I ? ; $194 was loaned to the recreation -. .- 'f:4 ,.' i:: d ,,. .. ,., '

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department $60 was .
ra% RIVERBy ;;/ < .; "
,0/ _.....u aawuue paid out for construction and t.: E4i
.: '. maintenance of city-owned ; ;" it <
.uRambler Ambassador V-8-
Priced from$2464 to$3023'I buildings $27 for fees, and Roy TurnertAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA .<: '.' >'J'V-; : ,: : 1f
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Florida League of ? .- '"" I.r : a' 4 .
$25 each for #, ;.. f' 5' .zP
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preparingthe '_ ,'.: i
Municipalities dues, >. *.,\: ;
You'll find every 1962 Rambler priced lower than road and bridge tax Flora Bell Nettles and her '. -.. ., .,, i

1961,but with scores of improvements for new beau- statement, and preparing the I mother, Mrs. H. L. Johns, were \ '1: ;" ". .
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in Lake City on recently 4-.ss- -- r.
amounts were ;
ty, savings; safety, and trouble-free driving. tax roll. Lesser
paid out for mowing, fire protection .

Lowest-prlced convertible I The Rambler American and office supplies.. Mrs. Martile Crews of Lees- ,

"400". Power top is standard. Sedans, wagons, too. During the meeting last burg was visiting her brother, "',.',.. / I ,1
Mark Moody, last week. <.'1' *
I roomand comfort week, the,tity utility tax was : : .
I Get the best of both Big-car .
Mrs. R. L. Black and Mrs. ,.. .
discussed again, and replies ... '
and <
compact-car handling ease economy you received from companies Maxie Carter were in Jackson- "w!,. f ; &

'. get the best of both in the Rambler Classic 6. the ville last Friday. 4
Ji. which had not been paying I 4 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody ,
/ Hot'n' handsome!1250 or 270 H.P. V-8. Rambler tax to the city agreed to fulfill ..,
made business trip to
the a J.. i
their obligations in -
Ambassador-62's action-packed compact. Gainesville Monday.Mrs. .
future. Since the tax was Initiated -
Robert Dobbs and
102 ways new and better! Double-Safety Brake last spring, all utility
children and Mrs. Marie
System.Self-adjusting brakes. New Road Command companies had been charging ,: ,
Banks were visiting Mr. and
[Suspension, 33,000-mile chassis lubrication on customers in' the city this Mrs. Wayne Jones and Mrs. s
amount on their bill, but, had
Classic 6 and Ambassador V-8. Eda Cason in .Jacksonville
in sending the l
been delinquent ;<<
All models lower priced! Lower than '61. See your payments to the city. Robert Turner and daughtersof

better value! All councilmen and city officers -
Rambler dealer, for today's obviously the State Farm visited his
were present for the
father .Turner, last Saturday -
Manufacturer's suggested factory-delivered prices. Optional meeting last week.
quipment. transportation, state and local taxes, if any extra. .
4-II Officers Elected;
The Joe Moodys! have re-
Handiwork Projects Made
modelled their home, with a
m WORLD STANDARD OF The fourth and fifth grade nice screened porch, enlarged
bier I
organized at
m 4-H Club was
COMPACT CAR EXCELLENCE kitchen, and added two bed-
Hampton Elementary Schoolon
rooms .upstairs. Quite a com- -
Friday Dec. 8. with Miss
fortable home, we think.
Ross, county home G '
DODD'S AUTO SALES Dorothy Robert Dobbs, R. L. Black, J.
demonstration agent in _
Mark Moody Bobby Sapp, r;;
528 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE, FLA., charge. deer wiCSiN -\y\ i
and Robert Moody were ,' t:
PHONES: 961.356196.4.6421 Mary Lou Cooper was elec- :
hunting last Saturday, no
ted president of the club, ;ix

which is taking first-year luck.Henry
Gibson and family
RAMBLER SUES HIT ALL-TIME HIGHS FOR OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER cooking as its project. Other visited his brother Oscar Gibson
officers are Phyllis Meng
I at Mineola last week and ?
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I afterward to Tampa, Dade

City, and Brooksville. '
Brantley Turner of the State :!

Farm was an overnight guestof

his grandfather at the Ls

trailer park last Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Parker

were shopping in Starke Mon

ie' day and met Santa Claus in j y'

I front'of the, Florida ,Theatre.He fr %1Y

had his handkerchief out -

wiping his forehead'in the 83

degree, heat and said This -- I

sure ain't like the North '
Pole"Mr t'a'l

.and Mrs.T.O.Cook and n s

Mrs. Edna'Lavender of Jack-
sonville were Sunday afternoon 1r / r

s a visitors of Mr. and Mrs.

Ralph.F. Merritt,

Mrs. Nan Merritt has 'hadan

I increase hi her livestock 4
I last week. She has added a C N :mac i/Yr
baby heifer by one of her

cowsMiss Ida Merritt has beenon ; 's'f 3 i

the sick list. Hope she will .

be feeling better soon u, ?
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