Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 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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.. ? s To Take 330 Days CLERK DENIES DELINQUENTS UP :,

SY.r, i ,. 1'7. .,i e 301 Construction. Work

Audit Shows
4r Increase

a. Will Begin January 15 $18,603

r c Actual construction workon from the State Road Depart-

.. the four-laning of U. S. ment Tuesday. It was to be In Amount Owed Since '

301 South is expected to start signed by the company and City 60I
1 C uv around Jan. 15, V. E. White-i I returned to Tallahassee and

-- hw'st Sr. of W&M Construc- other details of bonding etc. I

tion Co., Williston, said yes- will require about three weeks -
i City of Starke delinquent accounts have I
*j First Annual Jaycee Christmas Party consumer
\ erday. before actual work can begin Ouster Effort Fails i increased by $18,603.95 during the fiscal year, Sep- t
was : I
WPM received the contract it said. The contracton
' Gift From Santa Stops Tears the 8.166 mile project 30, 1960 to the same date this year, according to ah

r : from Call Street to the south Starke Chief Keeps Post annual audit of records.

125 youngsters enjoyed the. a movie at the Florida Theatre' from beneath SRD To Begin approach to Santa Fe River The report, made by George Dandelake of Jacksonville

First Annual Starke :I I a Christmas bridge in Alachua County, certified public accountant and attorney at law,
Jaycee then went back to the church tree in the church.
I was 109000302.: This includes Through Sticky Legal JamStarke showed that the city now has unpaid consumer accounts
Christmas, Party held in the for refreshments of ice cream,j I The party Is to be an annual Dressing Up a new bridge across I totaling S53.944.28.

Fellowship Hall of the First Cokes, and cookies. Santa J affair and is expected to be the river for the new lane of Police Chief William "The outstanding accounts i
much larger next
Methodist Church. last Saturday Claus arrived atop a fire truck members said they year.could Jaycee easily 301 the divided highway. l= F. (Bill) Rosser is still 1 VM represent an increase of $18.- 10 to Nov. 10].

r morning. December 16. with its siren squealing and have entertained 300 youngsters North W&M will be given 330 on the job this week, his f, 603.98 over the total out- Actually Edwards declares,

The children first attended every child received a gift this .year.Murder working days to complete the terra shortened by a ,; standing on Sept. 30, 1961," all bills being paid before De
,._ The beautification of project or around 15 year 'z .. : Dandelake's report said. cember 20 are not overdue,

l' Committee ,NamedStarke !islands in the four-laned portion months in actual time, figuring after a tangle in which ,. I The auditor had been:! requested but simply. unpaid. During

CountsReturned of U. S. 301 North,with- a five-day week and time persons he did not identify for a more detailed ate period December 1-20,

in Starke city limits, will begin out for bad weather. threatened to have him re 'study than Is customarily these unpaid accounts termed -

To Probe during the first week in The Starke-Bradford Coun- moved from office on a ., made of the city's finances "overdue accounts" In the

On January, it was announced ty Chamber of Commerceroad question of legality. I : and the report was presentedat audit, rapidly( decrease Ed-

after a conference with a committee announced Faced with a 1954 conviction ? Tuesday night's Council wards says.Dandelake's.

State Road Department official this week that Clay County of 'non-support in which sentence ; ; meeting by Chairman J. D. report also

House Moving AddisonPavIas here last Friday.A. Commissioners have entered .was withheld Rosser wa sl. 1, f at'' Doyle. showed 5262.86 delinquentfrom

Thompkins of Baldwin into right-of-way agreementswith forced to resign from office la&t tv Mayor Randal Chitty said, 31 to 60 days; $1,573.99
assistance the State Road delinquent from 61 to 90
maintenance Depart- Friday, December 15, or be re a :' ,: after the meeting that con
First engineer: with the SRD, met ment on that portion of 301 had been felt resultof days; $819.53 delinquent from
Starke's city council, at plans to put the buildings into degree murder indictments moved legally in order to smother ; '. cern as a
its regular meeting Tuesday -, good repair and has already have 'been returned with Mrs. H. V. Knight and through Clay County. It is his campaign against illicit .. < the city's financial condi- 91 to 120 cars; $2,056.61 dur

night took steps to en begun exterior painting.The against DeWitt Addison of Mrs. D. 1,. Thomas, representing expected that this contract sale of whiskey! in Starke. 1:. .,: ; ate. tion becoming "progressively ing the period May-January
Lake Butler the Starke Woman's will be let In January or February 2 1961; $1,638.43 during the
sure that in the future I city has a zoning code and Rudolph John He was holding office illegally Vtorse.
houses moved into city residential ; but has never adopted a Pavlas of Hialeah In the murder Club, to plan final details of since he was not a qualified ,r City Clerk Merrill Edwards year ended Sept. 30, 1960;

areas will be compar I building code. Council instructed of a State Trooper near the project. voter when elected on September q maintained however, that and $2,610.38 during the year

able In value to those aroundit. City Clerk Merrill Edwards Jacksonville last October. Mrs. Knight said that sufficient : 12. i there is no increase In delinquent ended Sept. 30, 1959.

to obtain a report on the A Duval County grand jury funds have been raised Mike Klondes On Wednesday, December 13, accounts and that they The audit also stated that
indicted the pair last locally to get the project well actually "in better shape" "Budgetary receipts of the
Friday are
The ,topic came under fire condition of all buildings before State Pardon Board met Chief Rosser
when several members of the they are moved onto city for the slaying of Trooper Ed- underway, but that additional and granted the chief a full than when he came Into office Light & Water Fund were approximately -

councll stated that residents property, and Council Chair- win L. Gasque. Additional indictments donations will probably be Sentenced On pardon thereby restoring his in 1959. $7,400 under the

on South Westmoreland man J. D. Doyle appointed a were returned a- : needed before it is completed. civil rights, which are automatically : tics.The "I'm telling you flat that estimated collections, and appear
Street five member gainst them for robbing and Forty Yucca palms will be removed police explained there Is no Increase," Edwards to result from an increased
in southwest Starke committee to : from any
that he had been married in
:1' assaulting a Duval County used in landscaping theis- Liquor Charge said when confronted delay in payment of
have complained about two Investigate the moving of person. convicted. of a felony.I .
May cf 1952 several months
'Sheriff lands as well as quantities of "
deputy customer accounts.
houses moved there by Sam houses into the city or from earlier the under Florida law non-suppcrt before he from with the report. He declared
site to same dav. Fyracantha, Juniper Phitzer, is graduated .highschool. that the bulk of what the Edwards called the $7.400
Rosenberg. : one another in the Putting bite Into the campaign a felony but withholding He and his wife saps-
An eight-day manhunt for Day Lilies and Louis Philippe audit terms "overdue' actual
to halt sale support is a misdemeanor. accounts" figure "More nearly the
"They reduce the general city.The. Addison and Pavlas moved roses. Anyone having Day Lilies illegal of sated in September of 1933 are actually "unpaid amount of our overdue act
environment of. the neighborhood --committee was. appointed through Duval, Clay, Bradford to contribute to the pro- whiskey within city limits Meeting Friday the Starke he said, after a daughter was accounts" which "
a are not over- counts. *,
considerably," Mayor a motion by and Alachua Counties. ject is asked to notify Mrs. Starke Mayor Randal ChittyMonday City Council appointed the born. After the separation he
Randal Chitty st ted. "In the Mrs.. Ruby Johns to that effect stole a truck near Starke They and Knight or Mrs. Thomas. night sentenced Mike chief back to his old job for lived with his mother in Miami due.For The audit also states the:

future we should exhaust all and was passed unan I.escaped from the The SRD will remove all Klondes to a fine of $200 and the remainder of this election and while there suffered a Instance, the audit lists "Budgetary receipts' of thl
imously.) Members of the area finally 90 days in jail. 539,983.06 of the total over- General :Fund were approxij}
possibilities before Issuing I being captured by police at present dirt from Islands, replacing year. board, with approval nervous breakdown, and w snot
committee are Mayor Randal : The mayor is withholding cue accounts as being delin- moiety 28,600'leS8 than est i.
permits for buildings of this Dawson Ga. after they had with good dirt for 1 of the mayor has the able to work. During that $
type to ,.be moved into the Ctyitty. ,City Councilman Carl* robbed.a-drug.-store.jn' Albany planting. 'The.department will commitment on the jail ,sentence power to appoint city officials time he was turned down by quent less. 'than 30 days. Ac fated collections for the ye.;"
city;' he stated. Hurst.. Building ,Inspector, E. At .the .time. of the shooting. provide labor and equipmentfor from"day'to" day'unless until the next city election in the Army because of his physical cording :to Edwards, under r and'pr n&rJ1j''i'esult from' .1 -
C. Long, Fire Chief R. C. Klondes is caught selling whiskey September, 1962. Rosser condition. 4 the city's monthly billing sya- shortage in transfers from U( *
One of the Addison was
buildings moved was a fugitive from planting, and also fertilizer. -
Red I ] Buford and Chief of again. Klondes was reprseated tem it Is "impossible to be 30 Light and.Water Fun: of aj,-
into the city is what used to & Moore Haven Prison Camp. TheCity of Starke will do appointed since his civil rights Then In 1954 his fatherinlaw .
Police William F. Rosser. in Mayor's Court by Attorney had been days delinquent: yro: imately-the. same amour
be 'Phil's Steak House on U. Pavlas finished serving his the necessary hauling and restored two days brought: a suit against ]him
Mrs. Johns' motion said A. K. Black of Lake previous to the Citing-his own utilities bill This, situation made it necc
5- 301 south of Starke near third term in Raiford on Nov. will keep palms watered after reappointmentand for non-support At the age
Thomas'' Sawmill. The other that the buildings must be 10 last year. Both men have planting. City. the Parole Commission of 20 Rosser said he went which he received December sary to transfer $16,000 In
inspected before they The conviction Is the secondin him 1, Edwards noted that his cash from the ImprovementsFund
is a one-story building which are long criminal records. The Woman's Club gave a "very favorable" along with his attorney wh
was 'across moved. expresses two months on Klondes for report after their meter was last read on November to avoid a cash deficitm
located from the They are being held in the appreciation to all who investiga- advised him to plead guilty to
illegal sale of tax paid the General Fund. Non-
whiskeyin the
10 covering
Blue Tavern on Brownlee "The mover should be re- Duval County jail, awaitingtrial. have contributed in tion. non-support .in order to speedhis
fitreet. Rosenberg has said he Continued un rare Six to this project. any way a dry county. He was first An investigation by the Pa- divorce. He did plead guiltyto month dating! back to October budgetary expenditures from
.; arrested on October 30 and role Board is routine in cases the charge and was sent-' 10. His bill was not sent to the General Fund included
fined. $502.50 in Mayor's Court him until December 1 because $10,988.68 for capital improvements
Neveils Free where the restoration of civil enced to a year in ,prison, but
and on November 17, less than the city went on a first-of- of sewers on the
rights and a pardon is sought. sentence was withheld and the
On Appeal: l ToDistrict 7 three weeks later, Avenue Project
= was again Rosser told council members divorce granted, he sad: the-month billing system In Temple according -
Y arrested on the same chargewhich f November 1960. to the audit.
Court resulted in that he had been told "I' was completely unaware e,
Monday'ssentence. Dandelake also reported that
'a J : "either quit raiding places until lately, that my civil rights Also under city regulations[
James C. Neveils, 42yearold selling Edwards' has 20 days afterreceiving while budgetary receipts !in tbs
Newly elected Police whiskey, or legal steps had been removed. Rosser said.
Starke railroad employee ,yyp : William E. Rosser Chief will be taken to remove you The'fact that Rosser had' lost his bill to pay it Light and Water Fund were
1 P '* and Mayor less than estimated
by ,
' convicted of manslaughter in from office." He did not his civil rights made him ineligible without being overdue on his
Y Chitty began their campaign to at'the same time budgetary ex
the death of his! wife, was account. Thus his bill was
stop illicit sale of In identify who made the as. a candidate for .political
sentenced to six months to 10 ;.a threats but said he thought office. He took immediate not' considered overdue until penditures exceeded appropriations
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yr t city on Friday, October 30,
after Dec. 20 71 by approximately $37,000.
Friday December or days sincethe
in prison
years when city officers and state it better to resign than be steps and his rights were The
15, but is still free on a ; t; ., r i beginning of the wontwhich h excess expenditures were
$5,000 appeal bond. taa beverage agents hit six places forced to submit to such tac- (Continued on Page Six) the bill covered [Oct. tContinued on Page 83
0 in separate raids and made two ..
Circuit Judge George L. Pat- a : n :r,'' fir, ; tit Fr arrests, Klondes and Starke '. -'
ten denied a motion for a new Negress Carrie Small.

trial by Neveils' attorney Since that time the two officials i R t -

Wayne Ripley of Jacksonville both received anonymous .x: t p r 's
and then passed the indeterm- -- ",- 'RI"I "' 1>!UIII telephone calls threatening .

Inate sentence. them with bodily I harm "if you a w..
19 Finish Third
Neveils then filed a super Survival Course don't leave the liquor stone:''

fcedeas. bond and a notice of I. -- But both officials also made it
appeal to the District Court of, The third Survival In Disaster the Starke Elementary School ed certificates. clear to Klondes Monday night

Appeals in Tallahassee. Rip- Course was concluded cafetorium when 19 persons I' that he would again be arrest
I Featured on a panel at the
ley served notice that he Wednesday night Dec. 13, in completing the course receiv- concluding ed if caught selling whiskey. x ,

;. would appeal by a Circuit the conviction Court Jury returned Property Sales Total $190,700 [seated at table.session 1-rl] were Jack I Berserk Negro t

(f on November 8, and the appeal i I Trawick, county health de IIi
In Bradford Wounds Wife
bond was set; The defendant During Past MonthSale partment; H. B. Ingram, I ''Ii. --.:...,. t '
I has 90 days in which to com- SnStarke With Rifle -'t' .it. j .__. ,.
principal BHS
of Mrs. ,
plete the appeal. land and two local i county clerk. Only transactions ; Gladys I "'--' '';' -. ... '-

I Neveils has been indicted motels lifted Bradford Coun- of $1,000 or more are i Scholl county CD director; Negro James Robinson Pictured along with the trophies they received at.the annual Ken Ten-en, irwin Martin, Bubba Moody, Alike Darby, Harold
ty property transactions to listed' here. Other L. H. Gibson, director Adult
for second degree murder In $190,700 during the past Leon R. Allen sales to were: Education; and R. E. UptonJr. 42, has been released under football banquet are Tornado footballers ((1-r) Jobs Seymour, Bill Jackson, John Reddish, DeWayue McBae,

the fatal beating of his wife month. Gunter, Jacksonville Roy E. ., educational director at $3,000 bond on two counts Adams, Jimmy Moore, Marty Starling (next year's captain), Boater Hughea, Tom Gardner, Gary Kouba, and Leonard
Piney last August. The jury parcel of assault with intent to commit Johnny Lee, Jimmy Smith, Jack McComb, Arthur .
Highest sale of the month of land $2.500.H. the Florida State Prison, who Holliday, Dugger. ..
returned a verdict o fat murder, according to the
however, $61,200 was the estate' of I L. Hartley Lake served as Instructor for the
manslaughter at the conclusion Lester Kite now deceased' to Fred City, course. Also on the panel Bradford County Sheriffs De- .
partment. ANNUAL
two-day trial. I
.of a which totaled over 500 acres land. $5,800.Fred was H. P. Morgan school sup-. Robinson is charred with the BANQUET I IA
of land and buildings- erintendent who
Leonhard Starke. to seen presenting
Sunday night shooting of hs:
Elks ChristmasTheatre house and 19.7 acres of land Mark A. Moore Starke. parcel I a certificate to Mrs. woe: Ella Mae and his 10-year- capacity crowd attendedthe since 1956 when Register'took Edwin Land, Charles Francisarid"VPilliam Six Tornadoes" also received

went to Louise Kite Newman of land $5,800. Ruby Johns. old son, James Jr. with a .22 Bradford Tornadoes' annual over coaching duties at BHS. Lowrimore as be- sterling silver footballs with

of Starke at $9,600 while over John Wilbur Nettles to Others completing the:. caliber rifle. The shooting oc- ooball banquet last Sat The Tornadoes have lost only .:'ng instrumental in the team'ssuccess. the raised ,letter. "K" in blue
Party 500 acres of land went to L. Peter D. Johnson, Starke course were: D. S. ,,Alvarez cured in the Robinson home in urday night December 16, and 11 and tied five In those six signifying all-conference! hon

J. Kite and Alice Kite for parcel of land, 4500. Mary Carol Bessent, Mrs. M. Lincoln City about 3:45 Sunday helped end the team's finest years. They have never lost a I'Martin, who- has not lost a ors, and 21 received red jack

J FOR CHILDREN $48.800.- Another 17 acres Edward T. Hicks to RobertE. W. Grassier J. F. Donnelly, right, Deputy Sheriff A. E. season in history. conference contest. I fingle game since becoming eta given by the Quarterback

sent to all three at the priceof Lee Lawtey, 20 acres of Eleanor E- Drew James R Brown said, when the .Negro For the first time in historya "The boys' desire to uphold first string quarterback two Club after receiving their first...
FLORIDA THEATRE 2800. The deed was exe- land. $2,500.B. Drew Beatrice Fjirber, W., F.
man apparently went berserk ,Bradford team went unde- the school's prestige and luck years ago was named the varsity letter.
cuted by L. J. Kite as administrator Ray Rodda and Sidney Glenn Jr.. M. L Lawson. after he had been drinking. feated and untied in 11 games in holding injuries to a mini- team's most valuable, performer Perhaps the award which

Saturday Morning of the estate. Brown to Frank O- Peterson, Wayne E. Massey Emory M. The woman has a fleaa woundin and also for the first time in mum has been the key to our and received a trophy from will give the boys the most

The two motels were the residence. $6,500. Prevatt Deloris P. Bitch her leg bat.the son, wound history all 28 varsity players success" the Tornado mentor Radio Station WRGR. Martin satisfaction is the grey sweater

9:30 Plaza Lodge and the 301 Star Henri VanZandt, Starke. to James W. Bitch Robert Zed more; seriously is in the lettered. Another tribute to said.. and Mike Darby, as captain each member of the team win

Motel north of Starke on U. Edward C. McMurray Starke Smith Lou Struth. Mrs. Louise Bradford County Hospital aftera ; the Tornadoes' spirit Is that 19 Register named Irwin Martinas and co-captain of the undefeated receive from the school ath

Bring A Discarded. Toy! S. 301, both of which went residence $6,500. Tenly. Mrs. M. F. Brown bullet broke both bones in players received gold footballsfor the best back and Hallie Tornadoes received gold letlc department.

T 4.: for 40000. The Plaza Lodge Clinton Westbury to D. _. and Glenn Conner. his left leg.Robinson perfect attendance at prac Seymour. Starke's barefooted footballs, with the raised let "We promised them sweaters

Motel was sold by George S Brim Sr. of Jacksonville, par Another Bourse will begin left, home after 1lee.from. August 15 to December punter who signed a football ter "B" to red if they vent undefeated but
Jackson of Hunington Valley,. January 15. There is no the shots and 9.And.
cel of land, 1800. firing was arrested scholarship with the University Starke's annual sportman- we never thought. they woulddo
Contributed West Virginia to Lester: J. charge and all persons desiring by Sheriff P. D. Reddish Coach Leonard Regis- of
This. Space 1 Paul Crawford Jr. to J. M. as the top lineman chip award, given by Dr. C. J. it," Register said Coach
1 *: Ruester. now of Starke. to enroll may notify Mrs. while wandering along U. S. ter waa Quick to add "Lady he has coached since Houpt,'went to Bubba ""Sugar Hurst .oak! he thought
= before
Weekly t. Pub>fcize The 301 Star Motel was Edwards.$2300.John Sta. ke, parcel of Scholl 301 near' the B & G Track luck had a hand in the 47 victories coming to Starke. babe l Moody, and each of the the season began that they

sold by Benjamin Handis of hand. Stop south_ of Starke about we've chalked up in the "Of.eourse.'we"ve had a raft team's 13 seniors received an would be lucky to win
Community Events by Hillsborough County, Floridato D. Patterson to Singleton City Hall Closed 11:30 p. m.Reddish past six years." of good boys. You have, 'to individual trophy inscribed games while Register said five
Nathan Mitchell Stevens of E. McKay Keystone : said he took a gunawaj Bradford High Is possibly the have fhem to win as many as "BBS undefeated 1981." Six ,
Com- ? ,1 wy\\ Starke. Heights, parcel of land, $3- Starke's city hall will be from Robinson, ,- once be-! only] school in the state to we hare: but:I believe;Martln .Tornadoes; received certificates should win,six.'But each Tatnldo .' *

Prices of transactions are 800. closed from 5 p. m. Friday,, fore' when ''the Negro was win five consecutive conference and Seymour were.the best," from the Gainesville Daily Sun wfll_ have .that grey

State Bank figured from documentarytax Edgar W. Wilkinson Lake December 22, until Tuesday threatening! his family with it, championships. The Tornadoes Register said. for being"selected on the first, sweater.. 'to, >prove that they,

stamps affixed to deeds City, to Mrs. M. N. Brantley, morning December 26, for Bond was set at $1, ,00 on have ruled the Keystone Register also lauded his second, or third Andrea proved their coaches, wrong

filed In the office of the Starke,'residence $7,500. Christmas Holidays each of the'two counts. circuit with an iron band coaching staff of Dare Boise teams for 'cncev at least,



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Mr. and', s-.L-.R. Jordan I II Miss Idell Landrum of Dur- ,t'--.. ,:... ,_ : ,- Jehovah WitnessesTo
and son, Harold' of Oviedo ham, N. C.. Mr. and Mrs.s' s,_ I 1+ :
spent the weekend with Miss Dick Siefferman of Tampa, j < Meet Dec. 29-31 '/

i( ..... Annie Darby and Mrs. Carrie _ Mrs.: Ann Siefferman of St. Petj' j In ,L v plltJb

co: Ritch. ,' irsbnrg; Mrs. J.:F.: Rogers,.Mrs. Perry -

...... Mr. and Mrs. L. F%" Smith 1orence. Roberts, .and Lynton Jehovah's Witnesses of 1 I ;,

...., -GLADYS I i Jr. and family of, ;Florala, (tl'aylorhof) Jacksonville will be northwestern Florida. will con- ;:!ItIC EOAIS GLASS BOPt'"
MOO1'YflKNE 94-8651 Ala. to weekend guests of Mr. and _
are spending Friday; : ciuct their semi-annual circuit _
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her mother [Mrs. Merritt Williams. .
Tuesday with assembly! at.the Taylor CounI : .j '. 14 .
",. Mrs.; Ethel Hess has been Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. Mrs. Lucile Davis. Visiting i Midshipman W. H. Graham I i..ty High School' .udltorlum in I
4moved from them on 'Sunday will be Mr. I in will arrive Friday for two I rNrtll.
Bradford County Boss Pass visited Mrs. Billy _ Perry Dec 29-31 It is ex-
Hospital to the Ty s. Convalescent Dealing in Jacksonville on and Mrs. H. G. Davis Jr. and 1 t ___ ___ ___ __ _. _ I weeks. vacation from the U. --i pectel: that approximately: ,
4 Home. Wednesday., : family 'of Gainesville., They L I I S. Naval Academy, Anapolis, 1.200.of the 18 congregationsin

SR Archie Green left Misses Dianne and Gayle : will spend Christmas day .._ _ i Md.Mr. $ this area will attend the

:Thursday Treasure Island Edwards of Bartram School, with! :Mr. and Mrs. Rufus J. r :f and Mrs. Stanley-Noe- 'gathering, including seven Fj.orj.daTheatre

I ..Navy Base,.,San Francisco Jacksonville are home for Tatum' in Jacksonville; t gel and family are spending F : from the local congregation. ,

I ,Calif. for six months training the 'ol1dayg. Also with the .... Mrs. Claudia: DuPuis and I iiitIIIIIL Sunday and MondaY- with .The three-day meeting will be I

4n radar.. ... ...,. J. M- Edwards family,duringthe Mrs. _Harry $assett of Ala- ,Mr.. ,and Mrs. W. H. Clark in climaxed at 3 pMn. Sunday ;i ; .

:*. Co i., and M. '/Dale Scott' holidays wjU be:Mr. and ;hua were. last Thursday Orlando. with a talk on "Uniting Men

-of Coronado: Calif. Were Mrs. J. M. High and daugh! afternoon visitors of Mrs. W. : Miss Dorothy Kickliter of in A Split-up World." p

Quests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. I ter Tara, of Jacksonville. B. Alexander.Mr. Newnan, Ga.. was visiting Mr. II I I i

Terwillegar from Tuesday to. Mrs. W. A. Stern and Miss and Mrs. Guy Sale and Service Pins Are DistributedAt and Mrs. W. H.: Woman on 'Ii I I Elks Set,

Tuesday.Mr. i I
Thursday, Louise Stern attended p1e daughter, Linda Kay will -:- "i" L

Mrs. C., D. Williams is presentation .of "The Me&si fpend Christmas eve with and Mrs. Garl Mathewswill David T. McGee YuleartyrFor l

spending the holiday* with ah'' at the U. of F. gym' on :Mrs.. John Sale and Mr. and Big Dad Cirtitias, PartyD. attend the wedding of Children SAT., DEC. 23

relatives in Melbourne and Sunday ,afternoon. Mrs. John Yates in Valdosta, t, .r... tl. Miss Darinda Breazeale to New: Pastor At I
Fort Lauderdale. C. F. Hovater and daughter Ga. S. Siceloff, president 'of The plaiiCwas. .ecorated ,Ben Cheathum at High Double Feature Program1st
Holiness ChurchD The Starke Elks will be
,Hunt' Sharon,? of Detroit Mich. Capt. and Mrs. Don Kortezof Siceloff Manufacturing Co. for the occasion with silvered Springs Sunday afternoon. Feature
Judy of St.,Augustine hosts at their annual Christ-
and Miss Allison Chard .,of Patrick AFB, Cocoa of Lexington, N. C., is pictured Magnolia .leaves, and} a .beautifully Arthur Loudon was in Winter I
is pending this week with ? id T. McGhee is the mas theatre party for chil-
her 'I Venice, Fla. ,were overnight Beach, are spending the first : distributing service lighted ee. 1 Park last Tuesday to j:
grandmother, Mrs. Hen new pastor of the Pentecostal dren at :9:30: Saturday morning -
guests Monday of, Mr. and I of the week with her mother,, pins at the annual Christmas In 'a I brief 'after dinner Thursday attending the Florida !13 Fighting Men
rietta Hunt. Holiness Church 324 W. in the Florida Theatre. i iI
....t:.- .' I I Mi's. J. M. Edwards and I Mrs._ ArieneMcKnight' while party of Big Dad Manufacturing talk Mr. Sic loff said that, Association of Contractors .
I Brownlee Street, in Starke.He I All children are invited and
daughters-. enroute to Washington and Co. here Monday. J961 ended with business meeting.Mr. .
$ YES I is from Detroit, Mich. and are asked to bring a discard
THEY. ::1 I )It', ana Mrs. ,George, H New York to spend the holidays From left to right 10-year conditions": 'better, after a and Mrs. Eston Jordan i 2nd. Feature
i moved from there to Terre cd toy as admission. Besides,
Stevenson of Decatur, Ga with his parents. En- pins were received by Esther, &Jow' start during the first, and
: family :Mr.- and Mrs.
i Haute Ind. in 1958, where he the movie, each child attend-f
!I will visit 'Dr. and Mrs. O. L. route home they will spend I. Starling, and Dorothy Gei- part ,of. the year. ]He said Vernon B rnett and family, JflATNE
v helped to establish two ing will be given a bag of
MUll Iii Hanes Jr. during Christmas; New. .Year's weekend with gerand; 5-year pins by, Lu- that Indications were hat and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur churches.In candy and fruit. __

: week. Mrs. McKnight. cille Mosley, Dot Hollings- 1962 would. .jie .a good year,, Dale will visit Mr, and Mrs.J. i The Elks are also making STESABT GBANBEFEdfiic .

il I Mrs. Lena Andrews of- Orlando Mr. and Mrs.. W. F. Her- worth, Jean Norman, Mary and ,, announced: that employees B. Hatch in Jacksonvilleon January 1961 he went their annual distribution of ; KOYICSFABIAS '.
I! was the weekend guest long and grandsons, Ray Williams Doris Nipper, Von- .would' be called back Sunday. into full time evangelisticwork .

I yf Mr. and Mr H. L. Hough. Hesse and Frank Herlong of nie Lambus, Annie Alvarez, ,to work .on 'January, 2, soon.. Paul Knight of Miami is and has traveled baskets to needy families.

(i-f).! II: Pfc William T. Jackson Jr. aluda, S. C., will be Christ- and Neta Hicks. Also receiving -, :er 'than) usual, after the spending Christmas week with : through Kentucky; Tennessee, Between 100 and 150 baskets

;, of Fort Knox.Ky. is home mas guesta of Dr. and Mrs. a 5-year pin was Julius Christmas:shutdown. his.mother. Mrs. D. E. Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia -, will be distributed this week-

for the -holidays.Mrs. H.H.. Adams. Ch ndler. 'R bePo Kliyan formerly Knight. and Florida. During I end.

We have had them in Sara Barton of Atlanta ;Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Ed- :Drainer was served at I p. of Chariot N.; p. is, the. new Among the college students hese that than meetings 450 he states ,,

Stock too Long. i Ga. will be the holiday wards of Sneeds will be m. to Big Dad employees,andguests i,plant? .manager of. B& Dad home for the holidays are: been converted.persons have Notice Is Hereby Given that
I I guest of Lt. Col. and Mrs. H. weekend, guests of :Mr. and after which gifts were I 1 I succeeding Benedict Finzer, Miss Markleyann Johns from the undersigned, desiring to !

ONE GROUP OF 1 -Hatcher Jr. Mrs. Merrill Edwards. They exchanged, and each em- I who recently resigned to return Orlando; Dave Long from The new pastor was accompanied engage in business of under NORTH the,'1 Cartoon:

I Mr. and. Mrs. R. 8. Mc- also had as Thursday guests ployee received a gift from ,to his former home in L University of Delaware to Starke by his wife, : FLORIDA fictitious SUPPLY name at 412 E i Hopa Long Casualty
II! Ateer of Tampa are spending Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meyersof the management. .' Kentucky. ", ; Effie, and their two children -I Call Street in the City of I
George Patten Jr. from Stet- I
Starke, Florida, intends to
Elgin Watches I the weekend with Mr. and Miami. Cynthia, 6, and Bill,
I Mrs. George Flynn Jr. andfamily. Mrs. Nell Andrews returned Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Lewis -' Mr. and. 'Mrs.- Dewey War- son University; :Miss Frances 3'2. :I register of the the said Circuit name Court with theClerk of I SUN. thru WED.

I Sundayfrom St. Vincent's Lt.of Thorn Wilmington.T. Long Dela.of Fort and ren of Mrs..SaVannah' Ga., Mr; Southern Landrum; Miss from Shi Florida-Ann Services at the church are I Bradford C.V.County.. COLSON Florida Owner I DEC. 24 thru 27

M-Sgt. and Mrs. B,. W.I Hospital where she under- and Richard Ray of as follows: Sunday School,, 12-20 4t l-ll
I Smith from Roanoke
Benning, Ga. are spendingthe Atlanta Ga.. Mr College :
Reese and children of Golds- ; and Mrs. a 10
I went a. Morning Worship 11 r.
surgery last Wednesday holidays with Salem Va.; Bill Green from 'Ve.. and fur in the suburbs. )
Col. and ... ....
... I boro N. C. will be weekend Mrs. Crystal Smucker, Mrs. T. T. Long. E. Reyes of Jacksonville, and University of South Carolina; a. m. Evangelistic Service 7 THE RIGHT POINT lor the i 5.e. N-".,-....a..s..e.. (

..... I guests of Mrs. Adam Green Cookie Mathews, and Harriet Miss Joalyce Graham will their families will be Christmas : Miss Lu Green from Central p. m. Mid-Week Service, .way you write. Come In and i! Bb La1aHOPeTneR
and family. holiday'g'JeSts. of Mr favorite ESTER-:
Wednesday 7:30 select
Powell spent Friday and Florida College Miss Jean p. m. There: your
leave Christmas day for An- ;
Mrs. Marie Page of Jacksonville Saturday at Marion Military and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and I Mundy FSU, interning at is prayer for the sick in all ;'BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE-' .1DtOOp,4..
apolis. Md. to be the guest of .
family. .
will be a Christmas Institute, Marion. Ala. where Elementary School, Jacksonville services. All we welcome. I IfP" GRAPH. .
Miss Remaley for a week. -
\!ay guest of Mr.. and Mrs. Mr. and %frs. T. H.. Slade t
of W. C. IS PAIGE .
I the girls were guests Mrs. Effie Johns had as. ; ; Misses Linda Kay Sale, tI \ci4e..ta.c.
were overnight I
Don Page. the Military c guests Sundayof flMHt Pf.lI PREhTISS.... ...
Powell HI at guests G. W. Baisden and: Flora Slade and Mary: Katherine -
Mrs. A. R. Garner, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson in L i
Ball on Friday evening. Mrs. Martha Holiday Sat- Wainwright from FSU;
Baconton ; I
: Ga. Starke Builders ;
Mrs. L. K. Smith, Mr. and Powell returned home with urday and Mrs. Randolph Misses Diane Firth and Bren- Supplies' Cartoon:
Mrs. Pre Michael, Reddish i 1
W. C. Bowers and Mrs. of Two Faced Wolf
them for the holidays.Mr. da Sue Hinspn from Charity .
Crosby, Miss Gail McLendon,
: 1'HUR8.. FRI., SAT. I i Mrs.Jimmy Kinney Self of West Jacksonville of Chief-, and Mrs. Fred Johnsof and Mrs. Minnie Carter of nome Fort Bragg for the, N.holidays.Mrs. C. .will be New Hospital Orleans.School of Nursing, Greater Variety, Greater Sayings I I,

ONLY I land, and Clarence Coleman Gainesville were Saturday Maxville on Sunday. : 0..A. Thomas..of ;Lake I THURS. & FRI. I
evening supper guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Dou- In
: Butler ,
of Cape Canaveral will be spent Saturday k I
28 &
and Mrs. Charlie Cowen. ville and sons of Pensacola, 29 I
II Wednesday with Mr.
OFF t Christmasday guests {)f Mr. and Mrs.
I 1-3 and Mrs. H. B. Hamilton.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Danke Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Grider oj N.1B. Rosier.

"Till Gone I ,Nelson Green, Miss. ind son, Bucky, and Mr. and St. Simons Island and Merle Misses Etta and Louise I

: Ruby Green.. Miss Beth Wim- Mrs. Meed Lewis and son will Grider of Fernandina Beach I Fripp of Columbia S. C. will lillOiiioliw .

k I ip berly and Mrs. J. B. Bakken spend Sunday with Mrs. J. A. will spend the long weekend be Christmas holiday guestsof ,
We have few Dankel in Waycross. Ga. with their parents, Mr. and and ( I,
a Costume and sons visited the Jacksonville Mr. Mrs. L. G. Powell i I
f Seta marked down :(q : Zoo on Sunday. Mr. 'and':Mrs. A. 'M. MooreJr. ,Mrs..n. ja. Grider: and family. Mrs. C. L..,Scholl attendedthe [Touiz ,. I

? $6.95 and will be Marked Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gen- and daughter, Marilyn, ot William Dauller of Decatur annual meeting of the t -
: Down each day until: I' ereux of Jacksonville NAS Bia ksflear, Ga., Miss Jackie Ga. was the weekend guest of Florida Civil Defense Associa- IMAS -
Gene I
Sold I Ii are spending :Wednesday to Colley of Fernandina Beach, tion in Punta Gorda last Friday .
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix
Thursday with her Miss Barbara Colley of Saturday.:
J Mr. and Mrs. Robert parent, Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. and children of Statesboro, Christmas holiday guestsof
Gem Jewelry After their visit here they L L. A. Davis of Starke will be Ga. and Milton Dell of Jacksonville -I Mr. and Mrs. C, L. RODS -- REELS UI

will leave for Springfield Christmas day guests of Mr. will be weekend Scholl will be.Miss Joan Schol (t.

L- 109 E. CALL St. I Mass. for 20 days visit with]; and Mrs. Jim Ritch and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. of Philadelphia, Pa., Mr. arid \ 4I
Daisy Mrs. Edwin Quimby and daughter v
I- his parents. Ferryman.m Dill.Miss ,1.1 -
Margaret Rose Duncan Diane I SKIS -- GUNS
of .
_,_. 1 ..,...... .._................._....... Richmond V. : Cartoon
lilt> ..q-- ... :
-U'.. '\\o..v."""'' '' .. ..uum. .. .. ._.. .... of Rockland Mass. will i
.v, >.-...-.m N.W->> ;<.'>.*''c.- t -tox-:: : ". *.wI": ,*,,{. ;:.,,->'- i4Ii;Ui.._;,:;;:.;:--.>:' >:-.v: .l". t1.W'fr'"'...\:'w..v..D -.0:.,..:,:.>>".>_..:...,..,..>.,...,-,:.Zt ...:.:;:""..;;';;.;;,...>> .?.;,'.'.,;...._.':.. wither I Mrs. Frances Quimby of Suffolk :-
m f "
spend: Christmas week Va. and Miss Joyce This f' man it disheartened becausft r Candy
- 'TT parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. Scholl of Gainesville.Mrs. !

G. Duncan.Mr. F.. F. Stump and Mrs. a. Ills car broke down. HUNTING JACKETS I MON., DEC. 25
and Mrs. C. A. Sanborn Lloyd Jennings attended the b. Ha-has no car to break

f Give and Miss Mary Lu Sanbornof Uweet Briar College luncheon, down.. '
+ Special i Lake Worth will be weekend Thursday at the Timuquana > J. CASESrt
guests of Mrs. Sanborn's Country Club in Jacksonville.. Jack: gpratt::'could eat no fat, <:SJ'f;

i To Someone daughter, Mrs. Harry Mooty, Mr and Mrs. J.'T.. Quigle'y his. ,wife could eat no lean. So All Above 1AQ/ Discount
they drink our milk at
Special. and family. had as their. guests. Monday every

: } Mrs. Helen Chace and Mrs. Mrs. Merle 'Quigley sister-in-. meal J, now things are peachy- Items at . lU/O Thru Dec. 24
keen. Foolish, eh? But fresh
To Show How Much You Care Dudley Cole of Ocala, and Mrs law of Mr. Quigley, of *La- rich ,
-I Charles Graham of Gainesvillewere Have. Nova .Scotia; Mrs. R. milk is a big part. of any Ni;; :
diet that, kiddies,
I M. Herman Armdale
Tuesday visitors of Mrs. Nova
Etta Hoover. Mrs. Hoover will Scotia; Mrs.. xWarren Eisen- ; no fairy tale. Drink our milk HOlLYWOOD \ ,
e 'is' e at. every meal for its refresh-I
k\ have as guests during the week haur, Wetherford, Conn., and \
A lug, energy-building food vat.... I -
end Mrs. Hildabelle Bence' of Mrs. Pauline Gale West Hartford -

: 1 1) \ \ \ 4 I I Jacksonville and ,:Mr. and Mrs Conn. They were en-, I
\4 ;1 Bob Chace of Gainesville. route home after ending a Plenty of AmmunitionOn
$ -
4 i in:
month South Florida.
Fred Leonhard will leave to .
I : '._ day for New York City and I Mrs. ,M. ;H. Lang will leave r-
._J ) '\ r' six
j .., \ \\ > Pine Bush, N.. Y. .to attend a Saturday for weeks visit :
__ with friends and relatives in
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I family ,reunion'du ng the holidays. Tj1' .
L Mr. E. Boynton Beach BeiJe Glade, .
and Mrs. F. Cain l
:i of Redbank, .N. J. will spsnd I II ForLMyer and Miami.H. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES 0 __
: W..Moyer and J. G. Moyer
the holidays: with her mother Iirs. _
.I Leonhard. and children- Gregg and Jan, Phone 964-4201 Starke, Fla. _
of Jacksonville spent the week .
Mrs. Bertha Pearce will bin ,. .
end with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. .
: J1 Jacksonville for the weekend I I Strickland.Mr. J 1 4$1)

with her children, Mr. and I I _
and Mrs.; Arthur Clark. I
Mrs. Ed Ensor, Mrs. MaryLane
and son of >Ripley Term. will i "I cEt ,,
and.Mrs. Mary Beth; Peacock :
___ be Saturday l: visitors of CoL and I Ai1 ,!'N*
and children. o7I
Mrs. J..A*Griffin, They all wDl ., ,
& ; Dr.. and ,Mrs. R. .S. MuMns spend-Sunday and. Monday with .,

t.! !e I and children are .spending (lie. Mr. 'and'JJrs.: ,;.Mjirell Coker inXatksonv1lle i' _

\ ., _,.-. ... ,--.-_. .., j weekend in Ocala: with their .. Ii
4 ., .. S .'. I .. ._"' '._.S r ur.j '.. S. _... ---.- .. .._ ,'. ? ,- __
v. -1 :
I IL- .. .1 11 M u liii,.... parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. T.. 1lra'.Ri1ey"W.MdiI\spent last i I ..-&
!'I'Izler and Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. week with her iiste Mrs..Riy: .. (S. '
Maliins. I am 'pleased to announce to my friends
1 Bell), in: Jacksonville. i :

for BETTER LWING-LECTRICALLY Mr. and Mrs., A. Q. Smith. Hiss .AwIey.a; Mizeli of throughout Bradford and surrounding. counties ; .. .

2th. and Mrs.- Lewis Irby and Str :Simons Island Ga. is that I have purchased the interests of.Randal! :_. _

,fc ELECTRIC RANGE jfc ELECTRIC DISHWASHER Harold Beasley attended the ending the long weskand I Chitty and. Frank Jlgen, in North Florida,Sup-
11 district Gulf Life dinnerdancein with Mr. and Mrs EL M. William ply, the franchised dealer in this area for. -
Flameless electric cooking cooler deanerJ Saves iust .; _, .
endless hours! .taik'the dishes, Gainesville last Friday eve- & .. -
h Westinghouse major appliances and Evinrude -I -- --- -
Cer.It ata therood-D t thekitch -
nNo ..
:. snd
jobs done!
ning. Mr..and Mrs. F B. Bead Jr
soot or greasy fuel grime Jo blacken pots and Every thing automatically washed,rinsed I ., i: outboard motors. LADYGOOIvK}
smudge walls. No fumes pr coastaBt-burninj ".. iHpd"and dried sparkling bright An, Mr. and Mrs. .juni s smith and family; of anfoTd, will be I _

t'. pilot lights to disturb peace of mioLApd Electric DLtwasher is a permanent holiday Win have Sunday dinner with weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. In addition to these lines, North Florida b1tl6'" _All

I automatic controls eliminate pot-watching. from a never-ending tedious chore.JjELECTOC Mr, and. Mrs. Bob Weeks and Beard Sr, at Kingsley Lake.Mr ., I : Supply will continue to offer sales and service << I J

,- ..... family in Jacksonville and will ::_ jtnd Mrs. .Ernest: Eoland ,
REFRICERATOft-rRIEZER .A\.ntCTIIC )HEATER spend. Christmas day with their and children 'flt, titGis,. Ga on gas and oil heatingeqtiipment, gas ranges, IF *& QIt)!:

VI It's JSu.'supermarket n the litchen. .,A, I* The new super-fast,super. Electric Water son-in-law, and daughter, :Mr.: will 'be holiday guest tt their water heaters, portable appliances sport and aMHirNN'k'u.

modern dout lUuly food center that Tceeps Heater?heat as much hot waerjn 24 hours and Mrs. .Charles Myers: also parents .Mr. and Jfcs. H. L -. fishingboats, and boat trailers. t' '
-- fresh food fresher tonfcer and 'frozen -
the I
at I
?J average family uses In two full weeks. in .Jacksonville.Mr I Speer.
food flavor-fresh for months. Plenty of No fan! *.:no fumes-requires no venting. I :1 I intend to !continue North Florida Supply
ice cube: always on hand.Saves shopping InstaBs anywhere the homo for greatest ,,and Urs.'Rex Mixon, Jfr.. I Mrs. W. G.: Struthvof Jacksonville t At.: : policy of selling and servicing top quality ...One Show .Only

__ [ time and money by stocking up on''spedals1' coBvemenqe.. Clean, feni dependabb and and Mrs. W., R. Royster Jr. and is visiting MIss Kate _
1I 8 products at fair and will 9:30P.M.
at barffaia prices. the utmost fa safety. families of Jackso vflle. Mr, StnAh h today.: 7 prices, appreciate
and Mrs..'W. H Edwards r' Miss your continued patronage and good wilL ADMISSION $1.00
: :Jr. pfKingsley -. *ityiitT .is.home, ji'or I
: Lake, andf' Mrs, Edwards f! / tiie holidays'from Murray ft I -e. W. Colson -
Sr. of': Starke will be State: "Ooflep! ,' :Murray, ..kjr.fike IiRISnIAS.DA! '
i h 5T
..,tr* Sunday dinner guests: :of Mr.and > $nitli.ls spending.!,&ev- MON, DEC. 25
Mrs. Dr Reddish, ,. eral 'with his
days grandparents, .
'. .. Mrs John } ." .. lJ 'r ., UB<& Off ice-Opens 1:45
i t. '". I! ; Miller of Holly Wd Mu.'r.": SmitB, at /h. NORTH FLORIDA SUPPLY

__J fl1JR1DA.P."tR'. IHtiPINQ UCH1CMPANY" ._ Hill: arrived Thursday ,to be Santa." i Fe_ Lake.* ... ,. T ."::. Show Starts 2:00PLOLP
Stt your dealer,plumber .i. ,." ." .. : -
.1'.1" .f.'" ; :. ,.ft.\j wjjSifter parents, .Mr--and.Mrs, :; PJ.e& p I
/w; 'el&.1riDtl t itmc&# BV/LD FLORiDA E.1I., .)latthews. while EAST CALL 4b' PARK
w ; f. u ; _" herjmsband dina Iswith .spending I;,the. .hoUd, .. 412 ST.
%S ?8S$ : _' la. taking.,basic trainiAS herdaaghter Mrs. Fr 1jU .. THEATRESI .,
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DEa 21, 1961 T. '

I Woman's ClubEntertains ,Madison Baptists .; -- -,- .......... ., CALL FOR BIDS,

The Board of County Com
t' Hold Reception .. missioners of Bradford County,
Florida will receive sealed bids
At Christmas Tea Honoring PastorThe at 10:00\) o'clock, on the morning
*", of January 9, 1962, in the court-
> room in the courthouse for all
GLADYS educational: building othe' f No. 2 fuel and kerosene to be
MOOTY The Starke Woman's 'Club
-j-PHONE: 864-OS5J ; j'. ;: : < supplied to the courthouse agri-
was, the-setting for the club's Madison Street Baptist cultural building, health. clinic
'" -2* :annual Christmas tea given Church was the setting for a and county jail.
Geraldine Fender Weds Mr.. Tbmlmson beautiful reception Sunday afternoon ; T The bid shall be made as so
%; Wednesday afternoon'ot, last 'f much below the.prevailing tank
December 8 In Pine Level 'Church i week from 3:30: until 5 0'- ny' honoring Rev. and i\"I wagon price. the
Mrs. W. M. Dunagan and their : The Board reserves rightto
clock honoring new members \ "AyIC reject any end all bids.
'Miss Geraldine Fender,' rose buds. In,the punch bowl'as .' j! and the members of the Junior three, and daughters Donna., Melba, Angle I;-. ;i ,; ::: : (SEAL CHARLES) A. DARBY

daughter of Mr ,and Mrs. \\ a beauitful wedding ring Woman's Club. CLERK
Austin Fender, became the made of fruit; Green silver, and red Seasonal Greeting guests at the doorwere' ; 4o 12-20 2t 12-23

bride of Winfred Earl :-Tant- The ''bride's book table was decorations were used J. F. Jaudon and J. T.

linson. son of"Mr and Mrs. covered with white linen and throughout the large auditorium .l Lawson who'presented themto f:

LeRoy Tomlinson, at a lovely was centered with one. candleholder and sun room in decorating the'receiving linecomposed .
wedding performed Friday white for this lovely affair. of A. J. Thomas, Sr., chairmanof D EBKTARKE
and ,taper deco ., .. ,
evening Dec. : ,.... .;.'',r GOt: the Board of Deacons Mrs. .-, '
8, at 8 o'clockin rated' with, fern and yellow Two silver trees decorated kZ : ',};'$'. .. ; "'"," FL'.1\
the Thomas, and Rev. 'and Mrs. "
Pine Level Baptist roses. with red Christmas ballsplaced and 'T' "; .. -. -
church. Rev. W; E. Hall performed Mrs. J. C. Sapp and Mrs. on either side of the ,: "" "f, 't_ ,; Dunagan and daughters. .-.- .
.'. .
-. -
the ceremony. P. L. Watterson greeted guestsat s ltage, ,formed the focal_ pointin .rr A focal point in the foyeras Wishes You A

The altar was decorated:! the reception 'and presentEd the auditorium. I Miss Matthews* a beautiful arrangementof -. ".. ...... ... r:.. .. .111 ; Merry Christmas
pink Debutante camellias -----
with baskets of white'gladioli them to the Mrs. Gilbert Newcomb ,
receiving line
and yellow pompoms against : composed of' Mrs..Fender, Mrs.. chairman of music, presented j Engagement To I white and silver foliage and I i i Cafeteria Staffs Hold Yule Party At Crystal LakeThe I SUN.DEC., MON.24-25-26, TUES. .
a white Bible.
a background of palms and I Tomlinson, the bride and a musical Christmas'program, |
branched candelabra holding groom, Miss Blankenship, and Those taking part in the Nativity Mr. Ferguson Told The tea table was overlaid School Lunch personne.'1 pie sugar-coated nuts and row ((1-r) : Sonia Hunter, Mrs. Tammy

white and yellow tapers. James Fender. scene were: Mary, por-i with a handsome imported of three Starke school cafeterias coffee were served later in the I Sarah Hunter Mrs. Pauline( Tell Me True

Mrs. Lucian Conner, organ Mrs. Bobby 'Sapp and Mrs: rayed by Marie de Arce; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Liddon handmade lace cloth and was enjoyed their annual Christ- evening. I Taylor, Mrs. Arlena Harding,

f 1st, rendered nuptial musicas Fred 'Hafsiop, cutd- the bride'; Joseph Luis de Arce; Angel,I Matthews announce the engagement centered,\with. a silver bowlholding mas party on Thursday, Dec. Pictured in the group attend :Mrs. Chessie Devrick, Mrs. Bet -PLUSWith

the guests assembled arid cake, and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp Gregory Gay; three wise of their daughter Mary exquisite arrange- 14, in the dining hall at Camp ing the party were: Theron I ty McKinney Mrs. Mildrel; The The

accompanied Marcus Conner. kept the, bride's book. .Pre men, Luis de Arce Jr., Don Agnes, to Bob G. Ferguson, son ment of pink and white Montgomery on Crystal Lake. Hunter and Linda Edwards Lawson, Mrs. Emma Lou Tom Tail
'I of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Roscoe Flying
soloist. siding at the *' punch table: Thompson and Billy Melson; Herme camellias, solid white Festivities began at 7 p. m., (foreground) 1st row (lr! : linson. 3rd row (1(I-r) : Mrs

James Fender served as were Mrs. Roman Alvarez the Three KingS Gilbert S. Ferguson of Starke. camellias, and silver foliage. .with games and other enter- Mrs Vera Strobo Mrs. Betty Blonnie Derkman,, Linda Stro Plus Cartoon

best man for the bridegroom and Miss Newcomb, Charles Sawyer The bride-elect, a graduate Silver compotes and trays tainment features. Fruit punch Lee Mrs. Minnie Rhoden .ulrs. bo Mrs. Mattie
Haislop. Gresham
: Also Mrs.
f and the ushers were Wayne assisting in serving were Miss and Bill Shiner. of Bradford High School!, attended held dainty decorated cake was served from a crystal Donnie Mae Edwards, Mrs. Rah Alice Jenkins, Kenneth Gunter, WED.-THUR5., I

Sapp and Daniel Alvarez. Sue Jackson ''Miss : Mrs. Luis de Arce pianist Florida State Universityin squares, nuts and mints. punch bowl as the guests ar- Shanbarger, Mrs. Lucille Whitehead Mrs. Farris Conway, Mrs. DEC. 27.28 t

a Miss Barbara Blankenshipwas Conner Miss Linda eaccompanied Mrs. Victor{ Tallahassee two years where Another attractive arrangement rived. Refreshments of pecan Mrs. Nan Merritt. 2nd,Louise Lee. DOUBLE FEATURE
r e 1 I,she was a member of Zeta Tau
the bride's only attend Whitehead, Mrs. Roscoe Bulla Frees, who sang "Silent she, was the beautiful bowl Grass Is GreenerPLUS
ant. She was attired in ington i Night"; Gregory Gay Alpha sorority. Presently of red Rubra camellias in asilver
Mrs. B. M. McRae, sang is attending the University of Southside Spanish Florida Bank A. C. -
Beautiful container which Feigert
yellow chiffon gown Mrs. Jack Jackson "Away in a Manger, and graced TWO
Miss Rode
:Florida in Gainesville as ajunior Together
over taffeta, complemented Linda Sue Thomas Mrs. Bill Shiner sang "Shepherds the, piano. Class HoldsChristmas Yule Party HeldThe To Resume
d in the College of Educa Plus
with During the tea hours soft Cartoon
satin accessor Woodrow Thomas, and Mrs in the Fields Abiding: lt I

ies. She carried a nosegay of Alvin Parr. Preceding the program. :tion.Mr.. Christmas music was playedby Party employees of the Florida Sunday LessonsA.
Ferguson, a graduate of FRI.-SAT.
yellow and white pompoms. After a short Rev. John Brabham, minister Mrs. L. A. Canova Sr., Bank at Starke and their hus- ,
wedding The class of the
trip, I the University of Florida with Spanish
The bride, given in marriage Mr. and Mrs. Tomlinson will : of the First Methodist I j|a degree in journalism, is noon w: and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. at 'Seuthside Elementary School) bands, wives and dates enjoyed C. Feigert of park-or.t .JDOUBLE. DEC. 29-30
by her uncle Earl Bat reside at their new home .: Church, gave the devotional}i' the piano. I'I their annual Christmas party FEATURE
the party
on faculty of Bradford H.g h:! enjoyed a the-Palms will
ten, was lovely in a ballerina..IBrownlee'I road The using the Christmas story. Presiding at the punch bowl I of and dinner iri the Pecan room resume teaching
i brad'wn the
School at home
e and is also a reporter: !Tuesday night Three
Jength Chantilly lace go i J, chose for traveling Tea was served from a were Misses Beth Martin and of the Garden Restaurant last International Sunday
1 a yellow I for the Bradford County Tele: Dr. and Mrs. T. G. Ritch.
with the skirt tiered to the I\ two-piece suit with yellow beautifully appointed table in I graph. He is a member of Delta,' Clara Nell Cooper. Also assist The Mexican theme was carted Saturday evening. School lessons from 7:30: to 81 Violent People

hemline. The lace sleeves I accessories. he sunroom. The table, coy- Sigma Cfil, honorary journalism. ing in serving as floor hostesses I out in the party decorations The banquet table was gay a.m. on Sunday mornings.The .
came to points over her The bride is ered with a lovely 'linen embroidered were Mrs. R. O. Dansby, for the occasion with Christmas -PLUS-
a graduate k
of fraternity I complete with a Christmas lessons will be heard
wrists. Her only ornament was Bus class of '59 ; cloth was centered I. Mrs. P. T. Nolin Mrs. Ed decorations. After the dinner Homicidal '
and is employed The wedding date will be announced Pinata hung from the barn over station WPUP
a triple strand of pearls a 'with The Florida Development with an artistic red and silver later.Presbyterians. Lawson, Mrs. George Pierce door filled with candy and fruit. the .employees exchanged Gainesville )1
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gift from the-'groom'andherfingertip Commission. arrangement repeating the Mrs. Dave Paulk, Mrs. Nor- gifts. [1390 on the dial]. Plus Cutoin
I The 15 members of tne c1aqang ;:
veil' was attachedto 11:, Mr. Tomlinson is also a Christmas mot1!. Tall burning man Willis, Mrs. J. T. LawS Spanish songs and enjoyed -]1. j

a crown made of Chantilly graduate, of BHS, class of '59 white tapers in three branched Hold[ son Mrs. S. E. Sparks and .

lace, decorated ,with- .sequins.. ': and is also./employed'wl th.the silver candelabra balanced Christmas Party Mrs. J. F. Jaudon.Approximately refreshments of punch aid t;

She carried, a white 'Bibletopped Florida Development Commis' the central piece. Pouring 100 guests decorated Christmas cookies. Complete Photographic Service F

with a white nosegay sion. during the tea hours were The Men and Women of the called during the appointed Mrs. Ariel Suarez Spanish
of carnations Mrs. D. L. president 1 First hours, three to five o'clock to
Out-of-town guests included Thomas Presbyterian Church held .teacher and Mr. Suarez were "
Mrs. Fender chose a beige of the senior Mrs. I their annual welcome the .Dunagan family Cameras
Mrs. Frank Grant. club and Christmas party I assisted by Dr and Mrs. Ritch, Greeting
satin dress- with beige acces Mrs. ,Mary. Wittlnkt,, ,and ,Lavern'' Outlaw first, vice- Wednesday night, Dec. 13 in 1 into the community and to :and Mrs. M. F Brown. FilmWatches BUIIINGTONuF : :

soi 7or/herdaughter'8! wedding -, Karen, %/'Fender ''of'Orlan -,, president of the- Junior' ,Worn the general assembly room 1 the church. I Cards

;complemented ,with ,a and 'Mr. and Mrs..J.,W; Jack'son an's Club: which was decorated with Lock" -

yellow: carnation ".corsage. fMrs."Tomlinson. of,'Gainesville. Mrs. Thomas conducted a Christmas arrangements and a Birthday Party Starke Jewelry t *
: Laundry Studio and
,was- attiredIn'aXbliie \ short busin meeting prior large Christmas'tree. 6YearOldYor Bibles Shop Diamond

print'' crepe' drewith''wliite :}Baptist' TEL- : '. 'to'the program.Mrs. Mrs. Vernon, Reddish sang,, Staff Party ; Tape Recorders Wedding
'aCcessories and'a accompanied by Mrs. Tom Casey G Hatcher '

corsage' white;: carnations. (Class Meets Will Edwards and a special. Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith i i Phonographs Starke, Florida .'Sets

A, ept1o :fonowed .in the, For''Yule ; reading was given by Mrs. Mal-: Mrs. H. M. Hatcher Jr. entertained will entertain the staff of the :

church educational buildingwhichwas'decorated : Party.? Presents Pupils colm'Sanders.. Miss Louise Stern at a delightful outdOOr Starke Laundry and Dry I Diamond Saving Stamps with Every Purchase1

: for theoccasion" : accompanied the singingof birthday party Tuesday ,
; :;Thve.; TEL Class.of the Firs i In Piano Recital group ii
; with potted greenery Baptist Church met for its Christmas carols. Several afternoon from four to five Cleaners at a Christmas party ;

ajibV baskets of yellow business:,,and Christmas party Mrs. Will Edwards presentedher games were played, and a highlight o'clock for her daughter Gayte.who and dinner Friday noon at AIMERild

pompoms and'white gladioli. Wednesday, afternoon, Dec. 13. piano pupils in a recital of this part of the program was! six years old. the plant.

The' bride's"table was' covered at'the home'of Mrs. GarlMat, : Sunday afternoon, Dec. 17, at was a magic act by u&Jl The 12 youngsters played After dinner the group will of Iaimond

; with'a"beautiful ecru hews with 14 members and'two her home on Madison Street Andrews. games and were given favors
lace cloth/l over' yellow and visitors Those taking part were Judy. The refreshment table WAS of balloons and party blow exchange gifts and the ;

centered- .With. a four-tiered. presentMts. McConnell, Helen Jane Long,(centered with 'a Christmasf19wer outs. The refreshment table Smiths will give remembrances 1T8.

wedding cake topped with Mathews, class president l- Dona Bryan, Jackie'Gaskins t. arrangement,..flanked. by was centered with a lovely] to the employees' I .

Bedding bells. Flanking' the presided over the business !- Petty, Lee Brassell, Susan Lucas silver candelabra. with red ,.white and pink birthday cake. I children. I It.oo. "' '''1' 1"'J .

cake were crystal candleholders I session when plans weremade Ferrel Brassell, Jayne tapers. Coffee. was poured,, by A punch bowl was placed at II I ., '.,'. ",...: '. .

with yellow tapers.Compotes for gifts and Mrs. W. A. Stern, a past president one end of the table. .. "L ..... .-...... __. _.. :_- .- I.. >. _.,
held tiny mints and shut-ins. cards to Hardy, Linda Brassell Terry of the Women of the M"' '\ot- "-t"'" M'' Mw W 'Vt'M M'M'+f'.. .

Barry, Clida Graham, Janet Church, and Mrs. Bill E. Costello Girl Scouts Hold ,-'.--S----r .
nuts with sheet cakes at
Mrs. 'i Svr
H. L. :
Hough and Mrs president S
Hardy, and Peggy Lucas. Mrs. presided at the. .
of the table. L. U. Morgan Sr. were in Wayne Douglas was the accompanist punch bowl.Christmas. Christmas Party

punch table was coI Y- charge of the Bible gifts, brought b\ I
I with a white lace cloth and reading for the singing of members for the children at' i Members of the senior Girl '
//end program. Christmas carols} Thornwell Presbyterian orph an- Scout troop held their Christmas -
yellow and centered with
At the close
of the meeting1... Mrs. Edwards was assisted age were prepared for shipment party Monday eveningat

punch bowl sur refreshments were served by in serving refreshments by her by the'Men of the Church the home of their leader,

by fern and yellowf the hostess. daughter Mrs. Members assisting with i lhe, Mrs. Pat Cauffman, where
Drew Reddirii,
.,. party were Mrs. GUY. Andrews,, the girls had invited their 1

-- I Mrs. Malcolm Sanders Tom mothers to join them. 1 'v FROM YOUR CITY

Casey program; Mrs. Charles Each girl made a Christmas :

Schmitt, Mrs. T. A. Yawn Robert card and wrote a verse on

'H Read, decorations; Mrs What My Mother Means To ,
RCA VICTOR W.VISTA TV W. T. Jackson Mrs. R. G. Paterson Me." Gifts were exchangedby ,

Guy Andrews entertainment both mothers and daugh-

; Mrs. Tom Casey, Mrs ters.Refreshments
Bill Costello were served
.a TIlt****!*!*" : and Mrs. Fritz
.... bltSarisioa4n Kramer, refreshments. from an attractively ap-

Approximately 45 members pointed table which carried
>-.. ." .1. : and guests enjoyed this delightful out the Yuletide theme. Nine

affair. girls and their mothers enjoyed ..",.. ;>..'.....,
(; Zr this delightful affair.. > -. OVhl wGsvrAF // 4v, Y
CristmaS I ,
.Gift that Keeps oa, f '' IiTc Miss Louise Stern I
RCAV.Ne',1i Greens EntertainAt
'\ Entertains Her
tV.SpriihttJ+ ? J
..... ,_ Christmas Party
Sporbboct portable,\ :;I Piano PupilsMiss
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hbJ.mode '
,! *: Mr. and Mrs.. Lex Green Jr.
mla.. '
B&SE BS COlOft& > ,
: I Othemwilpre *t J-,The TRIUETTE Tht LEMA1RE'TlsjsrUuia.- 1 FARRELL I Louise Stern entertained entertained at a delightful
her piano at Christmas =
testaJcafOr'OOl I TL&orVula. TV pupils a Christmas party Saturday ;
eeted31nmed ddu.! SPORT. A...BOU'l' SflfiwZBC4Mt82sqaut40cli TV O.Iuus."z1.Z.r-1S-II, I party Saturday evening at evening at their home in '
-' ?lrahl a TV" 260 i 7 .o'clock 'at her
e. '\ 2r'tube(crush dia4a iquart-Ineh picture I studio which Gainesville. I I'

...SMtoro.A4t.trfabMoMnUfKt ) pictureDanhh LevmlPrfcedFCAVIctorCoIotTV was festive for. .the, occasion ,Their home was decorated ,
-I t with Christmas decorations und I
) 1ttsqnri.ck pichu* Modem Christ-'S

.-- L ow..ewu.11' Bwutywlth High Fidelity Color a large Christmas tree. mas decorations with topiary i
r Tube The 25 students present trees and
sang candles
RanU ControlWIr green pre
Pletuft RCA Victor Powerful..NewYlstnL:19 Christmas Carols and played dominating., 64b,5'1
:: W SporUbcut 1 i:Wizard11 :: ,
'Remote Control wltb Tuner piano selections for:each Other, The 20 couples enjoyed dancing and
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-AkAlrolBl' -f Matter-Off. _, Colcr-QufciTimlng. after which' they exchanged i and refreshments during _

HAA- (0 Ctil11 c!! )_ '- gifts.; Betsy.Matthews. n'-U;e the evening.

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a1 "- -4 door 'prize.'The :.t-:

attractively ,appointed
Recent Births
'@IS' refreshment table'-was ,covered. ,,

,.. : Every, Day you are Missing with, a red and white' .Christmas Bradford County, Hospital .
"' doth 'and.. was centered ,
announces the. ,j
-\ More and More' with an arrangement of red.and following
Don't Have
1'You. white glittered., ,,poinsettks. : I e

.. I I were Cookies served sandwiches; and punch dell Mr. and Daniels Mrs. Frank Keystone Cor- # a44a

RCA VICTOR COLOR TELEVISION Dec Heights 15., a son, Kevin Alan ., ,.;.. "<, "':"' ." .

,Lottie Moon Circle Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Owen ",. \ _. -45.-J'j: .
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-**' < i Where Service Know-How is Assured! I Meets Tuesday Sellers. Dec.Starke 16. a son. Clayton ..;J RANDAL ;':,'- f. :;:;; :C'

I .. ." ., CHITTY, MAYOR ... ...... ... .
M ore'Than The Lottie Moon' Circle of Mr: and Mrs. Randal .F. ..... :' ", .....!. '. '_, i't' _
r 20 Years Electronic Service r : If. J. ..-:\' '''' '
I the First Baptist WMU met Chitty. Starke. a daughter ; 80"
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Same'' Place over 20 Years i Tuesday at the .home of Mrs. Sandra Louise Dec. 16. {! ,." ;:". ROSSER, CHIEFOFp. > : .'. .
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1C I A. Knight 'with Mrs. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martin i". .. ..
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.' I Wilson as co-hostess. The Moore Melrose. a laugh ,..,.': ':.." Councilmen : ,v .",' .. ,.1'. \
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See the Rest and'Get the Best RCA Victor TV I Christmas story''was- carried ter, -Tracy Lynn Dec. 18. ," -' .' .'" .c<,',-F\ ,..,. :-.",.:.' V',- ;" ., f'r.. ,-'.' ..;,.,, ..
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:out In the program given 'by Mrs. John Marvin J. D. DOYLE, : . .

[I Mrs. Ernest ,Phillips, and the Jones, Hampton a daughter .. .' \ CHAIRMANCARL ,. ,- ....,. .;s.,-."" \.a'w'"
devotional given by Mrs. James Dec. 19. DOUGLAS L: JOHNS ;' f. ,
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|Phluips.i Mr. and Mrs. 'George Wil- '' ',!: .. ,. '. .'..' :
]iELECTRIC INC. i HURST RUBY JOHNS ; : ':; : 'r- .
i After. the business meeting, arson, Starke, a son. Dec. 19.Mr. \.1, J. .:.J\\I 4.:. ;1
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social hour ) -
a JI
was enjoyed and
234 N. and Mrs. James R. MERRILL EDWARDS ,CITY ,
Temple Ave Starke Fla I jCLERKi "-.. :
.. refreshment were served to Mlnckler, Starke, a son Dec \
J the 13 members present. 19. ;' r

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Free Parking Jeopardized ISetFor I *
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The Chamber of Commerce recently4*Jthe validity of the letter received by ]pool within the next year was';,

: : ** received:the following letter from ,an the Chamber of Commerce. ...!e, goal set by the board of
; : : ; < It is believed that I'directors- of the Starke-Golf &! i
anonymous. irate.8hop'per ; most merchantsare : THURSDAYN.
I Country Club at a. meeting:
'*1! -think this is a fine job you are cooperating' wholeheartedly' with|i.held here Monday. I -- j.
doing about! "putting the sacks .on ,the the"fre' Parking on Saturdays program The board decided to "move':' j ... *. I I

i TIT.. parjring> meters on Saturdays. But when by staying out of the free spaces: full speed ahead pn the site of:i aiii FRIDAY

.\ our;; people come in. town, from the themselves, and requesting their employees a $50,000 bond issue recently. ;
country, where will they park. if merchants to do likewise.. However, just a authorized by the membvsmp vuU '

I, r : have their cars parked' by the non-cooperators may be enough Ito pay off outstanding indebtedness "' SATURDAY
to jeopardize the entire I and start construction'of .
J meters. ?. .. program. It a club house and pool. :
"I thought this was for customers The ,City Council agreed to .the free I Included in the indebtedness'' M NIGHTS

r one y....! ,'lam 'a customer and a citizen of meters, on Saturdays as an experiment, is $16,500 owed to H. B. Peyton : ; s
Starke, ,and ] think you .should try to through the Christmas' season. Most for property and $9,200 LATE? 1 ,K rV'O j
j do'something ,about this to get cooperation merchants agree that it has put people I''borrowed' from a local bank to'!':

} ,, from the merchant I had to back;on the streets on Saturdays, and !meet: operating expenses. Since', ,
pafk' blocks one frankly describes it as "a God-i payment of indebtedness will I '\
., four from the store I i' 41
send.. I:require about half the bond issue yt
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I. \Fante,4 to, visit.l>ecause the man that c i .f. '
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might necessary ... .
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r Qwnecjf'jt nad his car parked in front.Thanks However if the privilege is to be sell additional bonds at a lay) AO f : \ [
:! fDr'ra iiir attention.." abused by short-sighted merchants or!ter! date, the directors said. 'j; AVOID BIG CITY TRAFFIC JAMS!

sq Would-be Shopper employees using the free spaces for!1-1The bonds, in denomination 1 T\ .
'. their own convenience, then it is doubt- of '$1,000, will bear six percent ?w : i
,It_ is' hard t to believe that any merchant ful that the merchants' committee will' interest, and will be can: I .
(f r. would!. be so thoughtless and so ask Council to continue the practice' in'able after five years. Bondholders ; !I : w I

inconsiderate f the.program sponsored the new year. On the other hand, if all 'mortgage will on be everything given a owned first 1 ; Tjr j SHOP WITH FRIENDLY HOM ,.FOLKS! t

t.. by his. fellow .merchants in an effortto merchants: and employees cooperate as T>y. the club, including golf' ..
woo- sho pp ers back to our business they should, and most agree that the i I\course and buildings J
: district practice Is helping business conditions, !1 H. A. Bishop Jr., chairman Gift
ion } reluctant ,
: Saturdays.Te are For Your Last Minute Needs
it is reasonable to hope that Council'of the bond-selling committee, : I
4oa believethat) 1
(I to J anyone could be) so indifferent will extend the moratorium indefinite said yesterday that $0OpO of I -

... "" \1 -to Ms. own., welfare-to. say ]ly. It is up to the merchants to choose, the first $50,000 issue hid: al-' : ,.
nothing. But the other which action would neady been subscribed and"that t
others. on they have our
I -hand; 'li"ha .e no reason question Council take. I he of was the'! issue confident would the be remainder quickly,

'. I outstanding taken up. "After indebtedness payment the.>rl ; hop at Home. '

i Strawberries For Christmas remainder. of the money \will be a -

i placed in escrow for tho build N. L. WOOD UIIN' _' .
Bradford*County strawberry growers also presented us with a beautiful sing:! fund," Bishop said. '; J !

Whore currently picking ripe ber- pie of what he calls the Peabody Pro-11 GEM JEWELRY .,. ." ,,
ries' and'wlio will enjoy the novelty of lific, full ripe, from his garden." Berry Yield j! ,

having .them on the table for Christ- And again from our issue of December -! I
: maadiimer; need not think they are ex- 1, 1893: I!To Increase .. Starke merchants have gone all out this Christmasto simple reason that the water leaks out the bottom as

petit ncing an unprecedented pleasure.A "Mr. T. P.: Wall says that he is going I provide you with many extra reasons for doing your fast as it is poured into the top. The same principle applies I 1i.,!
perusal of old issues of The TeleJjriph' to have fresh strawberries for Barring ColdUnless i t Christmas shopping at home. Besides stocking their shel to building a community with so many community

.Qy'eihat.rhe: same phenomenonwas Christmas dinner." I yes with a wider variety of merchandise than ever be- "leaks" existing. Every time a dollar is spent ouf of town, ,
I 1 kthg-place eighty-two ytars ago! I cold weather intervenes f' fore; they are staying open extra hours, offering free the leak grows a little larger, and the job of building :
All of which to at least ,
r 'As,evidence, we submit} this excerpt seems prove i, strawberry yield in'Bradford parking on Saturdays, and have made Friday night shopping up our town grows a little 'eater. !

,., from the December 27, 1879 issue: of three things: I|i to take a sharp County upturn is expected in the: 1 a family fun fest by providing entertainment features The dollar that is spent at home.i is used by the merchant

M'' The :Telegraph, printed just five months 1. Strawberries have been around:' next week. Growers have been ;' for young and old. In addition to all this, Jolly Old who receives it to pay the dentist, the druggist, ,

(It after-the;tiaper:ftas established, in July a long,-long time in Bradford County,I! "strapping" for the past week Saint Nick, himself, has been on the streets several hoursa the insurance man, the grocery man;l1s well as to pay
\ of.that_tor: giving foundation to our claim to being:)i and all berries brought to the "j I day to greet the children and listen to their Christmas. taxes and other miscellaneous debts. ;

II "Mrs. J., C.. .Lewis. residing on Bedford the original l winter strawberry market:'[ market here have been bought j I wishes., Did you ever consider how many debts a $5 bill

:.1 I : IJake, about ten miles southeast of in Florida. I I I by the Bob Smith Produce Co.. )Most of you have shown your appreciation of these would pay'in this way,as it circulates through the town

: Starke- 'our thanks} for a handsome 2. Contrary to popular belief, winters -!|I of St. Petersburg for $5 a'': efforts by doing the bulk of your Christmas shopping On the ether hand, if the original: ,purchase was made In ..i
;, basket,of large, full-ripe strawberries in "the old days" must not have:i I, flat.Growers are advised to con- !i right here at home. And many of you have been delighted some other"town, all.of this ,benefit would be enjoyed j by

Wilson's' Albany variety. Think of it! been much more severe (at least the i i tinue picking two days a ( to find/ that something suitable for every name on your that community and its citizens instead of our own. l

i Ripe strawberries for Christmas! We early part) than they are today. i week Tuesdays and Fri list can ')found'in Starke without the need for exhausting .strict adherence to the :sound principles of patronizing J

1 are alrijost tempted to say that the 3. Bradford County strawberriesfor daysuntil volume increases trip to some overcrowded, : out-of-town shopping dis home industry and*commerce an aid and stimulus J

man Ivhb' ,-will! '''still assert that Florida Christmas dinner were consideredthe enough to warrant picking trict.:Your cooperation has been wonderful, and we local to'building our town will 1 bear fruit that will be evident -

is not the Italy of America is worse ultimate delicacy in. 1879, just as every day. merchants: truly appreciation the consideration: that has and felt, and enjoyed by us talc: ;
than an infidel and ought to' be cruci- they are! today. Wonder ,rherv 'cah 1 I.- The'current crop in Florida been given us. As we near the close of the Christmas shopping 4l '

t t fied.. Rev. Mr. Keith, of this city, has "get hold of a pint?" is estimated at 2,200 acres- This all to that when the kind of merchants J':
i 1.400 acres on the lower East i goes prove right season, we wish to again, thank you for. your 1j 1
*_. .Coast, 600 acresat.-Plant I civic pride and community interest is put into collective patronage during the past year," and for your renewed 1

:- Yuletide/ Joy Killer ; City and around 200 acres in ; effort and action by the people of a town, it can over consideration ,and conscientious cooperation duringour i
t the Starke area Trade At Home campaign the past few months. Once 1
f I come any kind of local economic peril or recession that, .
I The Irtterhal Revenue'Service / Plant City reported the sale we have all recognized the soundness of these principles,
with income says the IRS. of 1,500 flats Monday. might threatening.
believe ;
we they will.carry over into the years ahead and
'I a fine sense of bad timing, has made With 61 million Have, tried to fill container that has
taxpayers to checkup I you: ever a a will ultimately! : result i in a more '
a b major contribution prosperous. more economically -
toward taking the on, the Internal Revenue boys simply hole in the. bottom? It can't be done, of course, for. the. sound community. '. ; "
f jot out oT Ghri tmas. They could have couldn't do the job, using the old'I .

waited, it seems to us, at least until methods.. But with the new electronic' i.
after December 25 to announce that equipment, a thorough check will take' ,: '
an army of electronic robots will be only a few seconds, and the tax dodger' ,
turned loose in the nation to ,. ,
run faces :
a pretty grim future.
j income tax dodgers, or even those who On the other hand, the new equipment FREE PARKING EVERY SATURDAY
might.. be
: guijty unintentional
a will be a boon to the honest tax ,:
in filling out their complicated payer who has moved out of the state r I "

1 forms. What a Christmas present! before his tax refund 'reached him. "'- <.." : .. ,

f .We are: told that the IRS's new elec Now he can be tracked down the next /;: ':',' J::. u ;: ', ,,,; ',
tronic accounting and time he files ;:
record keeping an income tax return, -"
system will, be a "private eye" hot on and his refund for the previous year .'. < .,', ... 4"-I..",.. ,.. .,,'11 .

I the. trail of tax cheaters, but a boon to will be on the way. '. ,

the _honest taxpayer.It "Stop trying to cheat while there i is \ (" './, ... .. .:-.;, .,. ,," '. 1 if, ,

seems that the tax dodger has still time," warns Laurie W. Tomlinson, I :,'iii.. ;FLORIDA PEST CONTROL '- :; : i&' j "f ; ;;'lA; : ;GEM.JEWELRY: >; : fU s ;::4
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director Ji
J been pushing a big share of the taxpaying of the IRS in Florida. r = : ., i : I
Okay! Okay! But still "!" i U .
we say the M i.
; burden off on his fellow citizens, i BARKSDALE'S ANDREWS DRUGS
week before
Christmas was a heck of a .
) and has so far been able to get by with time to announce this new electronic f : ; t

i it. 'He simply doesn't report,all of his bloodhound. T. H. SLADE ; ,.' ; DENMARK FURNITURE CO. ;

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Gbkon, Purchases policy, along with personal through Columbia County. I JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY-J{ ::< f'IJ "I-"' J' I ,
service, ; 7 1 : / NORTH,:FLORIDA SUPPLY
accounts for the success About 40 miles of SR 100 in l ?* ;
N. Florida Supply I of the firm, he stated. Putnam County are classifiedas fI: < -1'j 7- '.. f. ... :

It wa$'announced this veek i primary road, but the present MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE ... :' COMMUNITY STATE. BANK of STARKE
Putnam Board right of way is only 60 feel :
+ ;
t that C. R. Colson has pUt'-I wide. GardenRestaurant i: ? ; --i' :. '
chajed ,the1 interests of Randal]] Studies SR 100 RUBY JOHNS BEAUTY SHOP c- So'
4 Chitty and Frank Dgen in I I II : WESTERN AUTO. ASSOCIATE STORE
North ,Florida Supply, a retail I RightofWayA Freshmen Sponsor ;

establishment :located) at 412 Christmas BazaarThe STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES :' ;- *. i *
t. ',Call I 'Street 'in Starke. I proposal to borrow funds ;
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Colson la'a.,member of a pioneer freshman class of Bradford t I.
( 'right of for State Road I c l -
;.Bradford 'County: family, way High School is sponsoring: } NASWORTHY FURNITURE .; : .ST.ARKERECAPCO. .
100 through Putnam is ; \ .
J and has.lived In Starke most off County a Christmas Bazaar Thursday'I .. ., ; ?
'!being studied by the Putnam i. AND APPLIANCES : .. .\1
'his: life 'tte will 'continue to through Saturday, December I I ":I: '-" \ . .'.
1 function as >active manager of(CQunty- Commission. It was reported '21-23, in Jimmy Moore's Sun|I II '., ;", "
that Putnam court expect : % :: '- WILj.IAMS'JEWELRY:: '
S the firm. :; Sports Building across fromKoch's II I : 1'
I the state to widen SR 100 I BULLINGTON STUDIO \ : r'i* ;
North Florida Supply is the" Drug Store. I ,
provided wkl-; .
franc !Jed* da>r jn this area I;ened to 200 right feet of way. was On sale are net Christmas 1 BRADFORD';BUILDING y'.t;:f ; !j i .: FRED'S: MARINE CENTER

J for Westing-house major apr-lK It was pointed out that the\trees candy, Christmas food ". ."<.,.'.x *
: ances and Evinrp.de outbardf 100-mile stretch between Lake, candles and candle holders and _. EAGLE'S l' .--:
motors. City and U. S. 1 at Bunnell I other' items. The sale is being .: : ; .: .; ; :(fJOHNSON'S FARMERS SUPPLY r

According: to the new owner,,I wiU become a vital link in the,. conducted from 9:30 a. m. to 5)) : ; KOCH'S DRUG STORE ; (*:",t'tl +fti lr. :,' : f \ .
the business will continue: fy''f at te'! traffic pattern after p. m. .Thursday rand Friday, '

i sell .rand service top quatityptpdpctaRaE 1 completion of interstate routed! ',and from 9a.m.to6p.m.o n : STUMP'S' 1 : t1t. fi Lh FLORIDA THEATRE
f ..:fair prtci $.. Thi= than} the .north: -and .w t!,..Saturday. .** \

ESTABLISHED 1879 TERWILLEGAR MOTORS: rft!' ( :. <'" ." : t : r. *'* .

j. Florida's oldest weekly M'oor I 's BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
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FLORbA> RESS ttnuoiulj Under The 8amMtsthe4 SUN &STARKE TIRE '

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THURSDAY DEC. '21, 1961 "BItADF0I2D"G0111VTYi.) altM\lf ; 8f Ahk) ; FLORIDA. -.- -- .- ... .r....-,.- p -. .PAGE. _..,'m,

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*TYYYTTTYTYTTYTTTTTYtLAWTEY the school cafeteria Tuesday I tries featured on the menu.( w M : union Cagers Catholics 'Set Surviving'. 1--one son Ron 'i 1 ,. ., -- -

Eigjit. Dec. 12, with a good Roger Paigett, Linda Bras- I. I.
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T Tipping, and a daughter
1 attendance. A group of schoolchildren tell and Ferrell Brassell told Win Second Mass Schedule I Amy T. McElrath, both':

presented the program about Christmas customs in I WILLIAM I '
ChristmasFather : of
Straight ContestBradford's For Keystone; one grandson,
Know other lands. '
"Getting To Loraine Priest
By.Enza. Blanchard and two great grandchildren.
1 Your Christmas Traditions," Jed the singing of carols and Baby Tornado Connie Dougherty y r r' JEWELRYREPAIRS
: Funeral services will be.
YR17YTTrsyyyv1nnyfi v-ifh each child demonstrating : told the story of the originof I 1,
ccgers won their'seC9nd announces the following times!!!i held at 11 a. m. Friday in St.
f. I the origin of a different each. straight contest S0-i7 by scor-,for Christmas mass at the' Anne's Episcopal Church with
Community Tre \ f rji om and to'd what country Those attending this delightful I Starke
; several buckets\vitli only ;Catholic churches in. and I, Rev.. Fred Yerkes offiating.IBurial
We are proud bf the fact :j i: it came fr.m. Mrs. Connie affair were Rev. and : i::47 left m'.uie ga.m: against f_ Ke ystbne Heights.At i: will follow in the. familv :i WATCHES-D1AMONTW
I'| C'a.i' .plafc_ appropriate .pit Mrs. W' A. Fox, Loraine t7
that Lanjey.-has a commun-i : Grech Cove's -j junior va 'sitY. St. Edwards hi Starke at:! plot In Keystone Heights I.j i All Work Guaranteed

ity tree*f
gram. l Kathy Jones .Patricia Bryan rr behind all the way until they' EVe Mass: at midnight'1,
many years. Sponsored by of J DeWitt: C. Jones Funeral, 142 W. Call St.
the business The nresident.: Mrs. Eugene I I Don Lee Gloria and Roger put on a 16 paint drive In the Sunday, and at 7:30: Monday Home. .

I' people of Lawley Pearson, presided, and' the I I,0th |I Padgett:! Linda and Ferrell j I I fourth period to win. Green I! morning, Christmas Day. k Starve. { FJa. ..

the t beautifully lighted Grade" won the room)j I Brassell, Johnny Tye Dianne F- _CfY < #i 1 1lId i I Cove led after the first't Xt St. William's in Keyston I The family requests that -'
tree Is erected the schoolgroungsr'where' s Q { ] flowers be c
on i: ount. Refreshments were i I Thomas Mrs. Robert Lee, and :: : 1I I I quarter 7-6. at half 13-11. and 'Heights regular mass is sc'neduled ; -. omitted. --.
; it may be enJoyed -
: Steve CUbbedge. '' ,
served by room mothers. I. after the third quarter 20-14 for 8:30: Sunday morntog! r rI
by all. The young peo- I At The
ple of the community will |! !MYF Banquet I I for the night's biggest mar. t and a Christmas EVe mass is.

distribute bags of candy,j The MYF of the Lawey I School, 9:45 Methodist.: a, m.-, Morning Sunday gin.Richard kobbs led 'Ms F set s for, midnight.f AMBULANCE SERVICE

fruit and nuts' children! in i Methodist Church enjoyed I PHONE 964.2600
Worship, 11 Evening ;
a m. teammates
a. with points,
:the area Sunday afternoon. i a "Christmas Around the v :i Services Friday
PTA MeetingThe World" banquet Monday night i I Service. 7:30: p. m. MYF, t q Bob Moody followed with 6, >< l DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home

Lawtey PTA met at I with foods from foreign coun-: Wednesday First 7 p. m. and Andy Strickland..'Harold I At. Keystone For I DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral, ). Director

Baptist. -' Sunday Bishop, and Dave'Dyal* had Fla. '
Mrs. Starke
,t. 'School, 10 a. m. Morning 4 each. Anne Messier i

Worship, 11 a. ni. BTU, 6:30: i f RENTAL SERVICES _. J. .. .
I p. m. Evening Service, 7:30: Y The Telegraph, was in error I airs! Anne Kuchler Tipping Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs Crutches'
last week when it reported Messier, 88, dies Wednesday' t
i .p m. Prayer Meeting, Wed- 'j I ,
t that the B-squad had lost .at the.home cf her.son and .
; nesday 7:30: p. m. 3 Yrw' '[I'
their first game to! Callahan in I
Personals' daughter Keystone Heights.
WE STOCK A COMPLETE LIKE OFTSROCERIES |f I r a 2823. It was, actually\ the [t. Born Dec. 22 1873 ih.Newsrk ,
I Mrs. Lepna Edwards had
_r other way around and the | N. J. she had'l1ve<1 in I
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all of her and grandchildren .1 '
i Tor dinner" las SUn- lId.' : Telegraph apologizesfor' the t Jacksonville ,for 60. years before'.moving :
The f
error. junior cagers have: Jo Keystone in
I day. Besides her Daughter, .
$: perfect record their!
A w over I95fi.: She member of
607 .E. Brownlee Ph. 969-1093 I I Mrs. H. Hildreth and' family '+.. iirst two game > .[ was a ld
St. Anne's Church
Episcopal 0ii
i of Chicago III., who are visit .: 2 ,
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WILSON HEN 6 to 8 Ibsl: 10 toll Ibs.TURKEYS i ;ng her through"the holidays, "'. :t' -
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were other

lb. clb- : law and daughters, ifr:' and I BUS ca'ger John Williams goes up for a shot against Green 4 .! ..fr. I
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I' ; 43 i Mrs. B. \V. Tucker and children Cove's Blue Devils' last Friday night In the local fyni. WU. Be Sure ,

\ of Fernandina, and Mr. Hams scored 9 points for the Tornadoes while Chuck Moore 't
Wainwright ; 4 .
and Mrs. Lt was with 13. .
high ,
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FRESH or TENDERIZED I and family of Avon': Park; .i. y- ,
: also a sort and daughter-in- I You Listen '

HAMS lb. 49c law; "Mr. and 'Mrs.' earl Edwards agers Drop Third, Straight i Ant 3 n 1l asp

of .Gainesville others

I jI enjoying) this occasion were 8 -34 To Green Cove Springs 1 TAe .

FRESH[ FGA.FRYERS1b. I Mr. and Mrs. C. B,.Hiatt and l
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I family and Mr. and Mrs: I Starke's lackluster basket-![nets in an 'off night. ,iOR'. I

. 29CSMOKED' Randal'Owe of Crystal bailers went down to a \\'a110P-j "We'll probably get I
River, Mrand'Mrs.: Dan Harley before we get any better," was \ *
ing defeat last
Friday night, I I
and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley !the philosophy of Coach Erwin i; .
Crews- December 15, in an 81-34 loss! mm v.. .
Land. The Tornadoes are competing .' ,
Mrs. H. C. Wainwright and to Green Cove's Blue Devils.It this week, Wednesdayand .
Mrs. W. L. Durban visited II was the third straight loss Thursday nights, ,in the *:!t''n ; ';, t! : -
BACON--lb. 3SC Mrs. Ancel Starling in the !for the Tornadoes who are inl i annual Christmas Tournament

University Medical Center at the midst pf a total rebuilding at Gainesville High SchooL S UNbAYr

I Gainesville last Friday. Mrs. program. The one bright spot The Blue Devils had four i r '
FRESH is for the ; : .it I I TenfflegarMps.itvYour }(
I Starling recovering nicely I locals was junior ;players scoring in double fig

after heart surgery. She is guard Chuck Moore who ures. Gary Boivin led with 29 : I I ,.

SPARE RIBS' "b.' 49c I I Mrs. Wainwright's sisterinlaw. I bucketed 13 points after he I I points followed by Tom Clark :. ;" : SCHOOL !I Authorized. Ford Dealer !

finally got into the game inIre Ii with 19, Bobby Hart: with 16, : r .. ; .j ," ;, .'

I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brassell ; second quarter. and Bob Bradley with 14. The It; : ;'. I: for Bradford County : t"
John Williams bucketed nines i Blue Devils .
SMOKED PICNICSHOULDERS brought their penetrated the Tor I :
Darrell ,
son. 7:30 to 8:1)0') A. ?M. Sunday Mornings *
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I home from the Jacksonville points for the Tornadoes while j Bol-in : i i ? '

-ft.-- 29CFRESH : NAB hospital, where he is being the team's leading scorer Dave At 1390 On Your Dial I I FORDS .: /A .. ,

I treated for bone injury. Ingram put eight through the ing in repeatedly for.. laynns. i ,! .; : : :., .

He will ,have io return for \. V'xij :
Gordon in Jacksonville. FALCONS
end his mother Mrs. Nita A.C.FEIGERTReturns
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i more treatment after Christmas I ,. ,
Rev. E. D. Boyer of Tampa j ,
Dyal, in Gainesville .
I .-*, Sunday ,
'as an overnight guest of the i '
I Mrs. Dial has "been" a patient ij .i :.-THUNDERBIRDS. .' : k
Cadet Tommy Harley of W. F. Moore family Sunday. !! By Popular Demand I' .:.
SHOULDERS 39c m a Gainesville, hospital, buts
Georgia Military Academy :
Mr. and Mrs J. E. Warren ;
visaed his grandmother. Mrs.A. honored their granddaughter, : able to be at home now. j To Again Teach International TRUCKS.. ,

I H. Harley, and his uncle Lynn Warren, of Jacksonville I

FRES1L GROUND :I and aunt. Mr., and Mrs. S. D. with a birthday dinner ] Correction! j Sunday School Lessons. : ; A-l USED CARS .;

I Harley last Sunday Tommy on her fourth birthday. I ,.. ''I 1 i tf

HAMBURGER 39c I It spending .the holidays with I Lynn's parents. Mr. and Mrs. I II The Telegraph did not 4, ,. I h I .
mean to imply in last week's i .._
I his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Marvin Warren of Jacksonville \ ,H "'" ,I '
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i Dan Harley. i iII Mrs. Victor Appleby of ?ssue, December 14 that the '
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Strickland Atlantic Beach and and I!S city of Starke has not been r f ,.'
Open Until 12 O'clock Noon II Mrs. Claudia of1 Mr. \ '

Gainesville was the Friday I. Mrs. Lesley Bradley of Kings- j I, taking advantage of discounts ',., ,i .' ". ..' ..-, !... ",.:f _,
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Monday, December 25 I overnight} guest of her sister, ley Lake enjoyed the ocjcasion. J! affered for bills which are 1- .

,Closed All Day Tuesday Miss Bessie Terry. On Satur- !J j i i paid early. The city has done t.. ..
this for
day they visited Mrs. CarlA Mrs. Jane Milton of Mac- :| many years past and t' .

.I ____ ______H____ clenny visited her brother, D. I: is still doing it. ;

w- B. Thomas, and family during I The Starke council instructed -. (

I I at the Dec. 12 meeting ", '
the week. :- .'." ,
Mrs. O. J. Phillips, who has Clerk Merrill Edwards: to .t<: :, '. .. .
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.J spent; several weeks with her present bills, paid or un- : I- "' i f ". J
'. paid, for their approval at ;, : ; > ,
sister, Mrs. L. H. Hinote in ; ; ; ; ,:" ? .. c....'
-.." Miami, has returned. She was I each meeting.. Councilt also. .
: accompanied by her son old the clerk to keep onpay- ... '

': Holiday Wish for You from Your :;. -< Danny who will spend the ing bills early 'in order to ",' 'f- '
; take advantage of the dis- ,
j \:; v Sunshine Service friends and/ neighbors ;.' holidays Those with visiting her.Mr. and coynts offered. A ':. ....\ \.. DR..- CALVIN J. HOUPTannounces f. '''. .

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'r and on Saturday Grant Sand- '\-J :j ,. the closing ;
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in, Joe Roberts, and James _

I ...!'. King of Lake City were dinner I ct fi'r ( ,
rR.e I guests of the Reddishes.:: 666I ; ;" : ofDOCTOR'S .... .
i Mr. and Mrs. Leo! Dyal and ;
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onette visited Mr. Dyal's '
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Mayor Randal Chitty he has: 40 hour week. Three r:,,
Starke Chief engineers Pecan GrowersHandle Church, officiating. Burial open late on Thursday, Friday, REGISTER FICTITIOUS :VUIC
recently conducted a crack Conducts Prison
.. are presently working Huggins Tour 'I will be at 4 p. m. Thursdayat I and Saturday and will be
down on bootleggers which resulted 48 hours per week at $73.According Notice Is hereby given thai
Post the graveside in Greenlawn the ,
Keeps "undersigned
closed all day :Monday, Christ- under the provisions
in several arrests. Both Heavy
to Power Plant Superintendent Cemetery in Jacksonville with I of Chapter 20.953. Lawa
Chitty: and Rosser have been Merrill De four I. For %Workers i iI [mas Day.; I or Jo'Jrida.tt of 19 II. will
s Agriculture :
Thru Legal Jam !threatened with bodily harm j i Season Here Rev. Malcolm Knight, pastor register with the rierk of thf
men could, work 40 hours per! of the Southside Baptist I Circuit Court in and for Bradford

... I nnce tlley. began their campaign week at $75 at almost no ex-j I I I Church officiating. Arrange- CHRISTMAS\ PROGRAMAT .>fpt County.of proof Florida.of publication upon i io i'IIf

Continued From :'aca One] on Friday October 20, tra cost to the city. The County agents and other agricultural year and brought to his office.I: The Starke State Farmers ments will be in charge of EVERGREEN : this notice the fictitious nanu ">fStarke _

-.. \ I with six raids and two arrests. fourth be workers from seven Testing revealed the need for! I : Uddiu & TV", under wni' i,
man a part- DeWitt
restored last Wednesday, December II : Market handled its heaviest C. Jones Funeral Members of the Evergreen I we are engaged in business! *'
counties visited increased
t..Is I Rosser was unanimously reappointed time mechanic now employedjust neighboring potash which was ap-:I tonnage of pecans during the Home. | Church will have :311 E. Call Street. Starke, Floida. .
; Baptist I .
13. by the Council the Florida State Prison last plied with very favorable re-!
upi two days per week. The season just closed, when 178- Active I
pallbearers will be their Christmas program Friday -I Tom ,
McConiu'hey 3i Clark
28 recommendation. Friday on a tour uranged by] I .
-.Rosser The
is the Chitty's
youngestpolice move would result in a pay t 500 pounds of nuts were sold Charles Pardee. Albert Nelson night, Dec. 22. Everyone Street.. StarKe: << Fla.
chief ever elected inSlarke. mayor said he recommended increase for the men since Bradford County Agent G. T.I|, "We appreciate the fact that I II through the auction here. James H. Dennis, N. Watson elcome. I Joe Lloyd. Ut. 1,.Box 8%, Law

the reappointment of Rosstr they would be working less Huggins. ][they will let us.obser.e. their l tejFla.
With I Growers received return
the backing of I a Hardenbergh. Elbert Altman i Dated this 11th day of D.ember. .'
........ I because he had carried out the hours. Dees said. After viewing the ,modem: i methods and operation and,I of 34037.04 forthe, 1961 crop. and Prances P. Egan.Courthouse FOR SALE-Girls 26" bicycle. I A D 1961 at Starke

!duties of his office in an efficient Gave tentative approval for :methods use to ptoduce enough],work with them for the better- Prices ranged from 14 cents Very good condition. Contact Bradford County, Florida

manner and given a vegetables, poultry, and livestock ment I Dudv at Tucks Drive-In after iZ-144t' I 4 J
-ThOUGH'DU LIVE 1W was the Florida] Bank at Starke I of agriculture in the to 22 cents a pound, with an 1tch
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'favorable report by the Parole to construct sidewalk at to feed more than 3.00C county" lIug ins said. j Closed I D. r 3SOYOALL -
POROUTOFTOWN? a I I (f overall average of 19 cents. ,.- .
inmates visitors
Commission. Us own expense to its, proposed -I I came away Before leaving the prison, the|I Around 80 growers from Friday Noon !
iOUR SERVICE NEVER impressed with the wisdom of I
Rosser said Wednesday, December new ''building which will visitors also observed the hor-!I i four counties'sold nuts
V the origina(sit selection committee Until Ii
_LETS ttU DOWN 20. that his decisionto stand on the corner of Jefferson ticulture program under the:! through the auction here this Tuesday i
that picked the Brad-
resign has cost him a year and Clark Streets. The direction of M. B. Jordan, and I 3 I \

oucir of his term and the expenseof walk will 'extend' from Wal- ford-Union area for location ofFloridas visited the new maximum security -f ear.Market manager J. R. Courthouse offices will be
prison bectusr of th' closed until
8EAT6ASI from noon Friday
another election. He said nut Street along the I north building. Wainwright estimates that 60
prcductivity of its soil and V Tuesday morning, for the
fide of Jefferson to Clark
per cent of the nuts sold in
he will be candidate for ,
a reelection -I the varied crops that can be Christmas holidays.
Street. 'Plans for the new I
Ld'b the area went through the
in next BOOK REVIEW"THE Hall will remain
September'scity produced here. City open
bank are in the final stages, market, here this season. He
election. Lucian Conner. farm manager until 5 p. m. Friday, but will
Merrill Mc-
City Surveyor expressed thanks to'growers
for the prison showed the DAY CHRIST be closed all day Saturday,Dec.
I TOWN "You can bet your life I'll' Millan]] said. and buyers for their coopera-
visitors the more than 17,000- WAS BORN" 23.

_ LIMITS / continue my crackdown on. Took under consideration a acre farm spread that last year by Jim Bishop tion.The
suggestion that Street Superintendent final auction was held Starke stores will remain
the bootleggers he said. produced some 800,000 poundsof CHARLESL. PIIIPPS, Chaplain
S. R. Hicks and Thursday, Dec. 14, but a buyer -
fresh vegetables, all of the Florida State Prison
.... .. Surveyor McMillan pet as will be at the market for 'j
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. Starke To Probe inspectors for the proposed poultry! and egg requirements, This book might be considered several days to take care of ? -
,Lam and about 75 per cen: of theme '
..... my name, 304 south sewer project. an historical and scrip- growers who still have nutsto tv'3scro'vYL
<1t and milk nceiU' of the
rO watch for me. I'm now House Moving, Discussed the condition of sprawling prison. tural novel based on the known sell. re

Siome the lot behind Sam Rosen- facts from the Biblical account ,
___ owned and FREE! Alto included on the tour 1,
Sball: friend Bill at [Continued From Page 1] berg's business'adjacent to was a 125-acre sugar cane and a thorough study of.' the Services HeldThursday I
my the railroad on Jefferson customs 'and background. It is
patch which will from .
Central Florida Gas and quired to give the city a list Street. Mayor Randal Chitty implemented_ with the author's For
30.000 to
40,000 gallons of
Hie'll : in writing of improvementshe said that a letter has been I ..imagining" of the happeningsand
give 'you better syrup this. year. Tho prisons Mrs. Adams 75
plans to make on the written to Rosenberg asking I V
. l3ervice; than in the huge cane mill and evaporator: .I ;:r :? VI i
... past. house." City Surveyor Merrill him to clean up the lot. turns out syrup at the rate of birth of Christ. The style of Mrs. Katherine Burnham 1 ,

.., McMillan told the council."If Councilman Carl Lamar Johns,
the book is of a modem day
a hundred gallons an hour. Adams 75, of' Keystone
... I the improvements are not said refrigerators on the lot novel. Woven into the story are died .
The entire farming operation Heights, Tuesday morn-
made within a certain length with doors still intact consti- many of the marriage customs, in Starke aftera .0)
covr? 18,406 acres including ing a hospital
of time, the city could con- tute a hazard. home life, and religious activi- _
14,000 of brief illness. She was bornn
acres timberland. 2-
demn the property. That Said an investigation wouldbe ties of the. Galilean Jews of Store
New 1886 : Bridge Package
500 acres of pasture. and around :: York.on June 5, Long
ould of who if Insurance -
; take care those made to see city the first century.The
I 1,000 acres devoted to row and was a member of the
say Tm going to improve it'." will pay for damage rops.V Surplus vegetables book opens with Josephand Catholic Church. She had INC. _

In other action the council: done when city sewers back Mary approaching Jerusa-
are frozen, and som are sent been a resident of Keystone
:119:SWALNUT up into dwelling places. Mrs. lem on their trip that ended
Said they would investigatethe to other state institutions I Heights for nine years.
Ernest Phillips 832 West Cypress For in Bethlehem on ChristmasjEve. husband Has the Largest Selection of Decanters
possibility of putting city the prison poultry Surviving are her _
... power plant engineers on.a. street. submitted to the: needs, there are two roiltr Then the story flashes Harry W. Adams of Keystone
.. _
.L .L L city a bill for $86 damagesfor back to the beginnings of the
houses, each witn a capacityof Heights and one son, H. Case Lots 10C/* Above Cost
her time and damage of
courtship and
1,500 birds; two laying Burnham Adams of Jackson-
done to her bathroom 'when houses Joseph and Mary. The beautiful EACH AND
; 9 with a total capacity -
<< "I -<< city sewers backed up into of scene of the visit of the angel ville.Funeral THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY _
4,000 laying hens, and a'I servi,es-will be heldat
1 her home three times. to is embellished with the
Instructed Police Chief Bill flock Around of 1,400 turkeys. .I vivid imagination of the author 1 p. m. Thursday in Jones I EVERY EMPLOYEE'Ea'gle's OPEN 8:00 A. M. TO 11:30 P. 1 M.
100 I
Guernsey cows Memorial Chapel with Rev.
Rosser to investigate, to see Spiritual insights under- ; Absolutely No Sales On Sunday
are milked in the
prison's 1 _
.1 J. R. Smith, pastor of the
Call Streetat
if cars parked on standings, and general approach
dairy operation and the milkis '
Keystone Baptist
the city light plant are obstructing of Joseph and Mary are des- OPEN CHRISTMAS DAY IF _
processed in the prison's own Inc.
the view of drivers cribed. In the chapter depictingthe ,
pasteurizing plant. Production
entering East Call Street is off at birth of Jesus, one finds AIRPARK BAPTIST 9:001:00 and 5:00: 8:00: _
present, Conner said, CHURCH
from Water Street. himself present at, the inn. As
t ROYAL LADYWESTHOUSE because of poor pasture conditions I
the shepherds arrive it
brought on by diy wea- seems Sunday School. 9:45: a. m.

V Audit Shows ther. that one can hear the angels Morning Worship, 11:15 a. m.

V The prison beef herd con- singing. Training Union 6:30: p. m.

Increase In sists" of, 1,400 head of cross-: The reader is taken into the Evening Service 7:30 p m.-

Amount Due bred (Angus and Brahma) cat. intricate customs of the temple -I Rev. Robert Haisten, pastor.

i I J CityV tie. The brood cows are bred as the, baby is pnuanted II

: ELECTRIC BLANKETS Continued From rage 1] 'to purebred Angus bulls and there and other traditional ceremonies -!I V CHRISTIAN CHURCH

are carried .out. After I SUNDAY StJl! VICES
primarily for plant repairs and produce a good said.calf crop# each' the hurried escape to Egypt I I 20 Words. or less, one time ___ .85 !Memorials Resolutions .. to per wort
Conner .
supplies of approximately $20- year the story closes! .with the littl Carl Clarke, Minister If not paid ta advance J_- 1.60 jDards of Thanks, op to 50 words __ Z.w:

: 'j 000 and natural-gas for fuel at The tour .also iiw'udei: the t family returning to their homein 10:00: a. m. Bible: 'School], Keyed or Blind Ada ________ 1.00 Over 50 words 5e per word

Reg. $24.95 S 88 the electric generating plant of hog-feeding: operation which Nazareth.The 11:00: a. m. Worship and Com, Each additional ward over 20 .__ 05 Display ads In Classified 1M' per tnck
includes the fattening ot shoats municn.
little book will add
.pproximately $30,000. V in ".oncrete floored ,pens. FOR RENT-Efficiency apart- FOR SALE Super Cruisair ADULT EDUCATION COURSES

.g Duo-Bed, V The Light and Water Fund: County Agent' Hoggins saM meaning and enchantment to ment nicely furnished. Hot Motor Scooter. Excellent con- EVENINGS. MONDAY

owed 31312.10 to the Gas the Christmas.The author has stay- a vivid imagination. It is re, and cold water furnished. dition. 2 years ,old. In storage THROUGH THURSDAY. All
farming operation at the
Automatic -p" ed close to the Scriptural account commended reading for th Adults. Phone 964-5W4. Mrs. alj year. Reasonably priced. High School subjects. Business -
:( Single Revenue Fund on September prison point up tv! fact that and indicates a tremendous Christmas time. Two copies ol' A. F. Sauls. 633 McMahone Call 964-1282. tfchg Courses. Conversational

Control : 30. 1961 for unpaid fuel con- this is a diversified agricultural amount of back-ground the book are available at your: St. tfchg Spanish, Mechanical Drawing.
area which will respond satisfactorily FOR RENT -Unfurnished 2 Testing services. White students
I ,sumed.i study and rese.l'ch as well as,Bradford County Library.
SALESMAN OR DEALER contact L. H. Gibson.
j to modern methods: bedroom house in City; also :
WANTED USO Bldg. Office. Negro stud-
unfurnished 2 bedroom housein
:I CHURCH Of GOD and improved: practices. He We need a factory representative country. W. H. Nollman 510 ents: contact Prof. Eddie V

I said the prison .favm management Thrifty Home ImprovementsStart I, or a dealer to help N. Cherry st. tfchg Tbompklns. RJE High School.

1 J I Worship services will be held I works closely Vuth his us cover this area. Must tie able tfch

= : North Florida Supply Co. at the Church of God on St.. office and with the Experiment: Here I.!I'I\I' to invest approximately $1.000 CURTIS MATHES 23" TV A
FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished -
at Gainesville in a conrjtinuing : in stock or devote full time to I Ii M. & F. M. /adio with Stero
Clair St. at 7:30 p. m. Monda I Player $299.95. with trade at house at 431 N. St.
L, :( f112 E. Call St. Phone 964-2113 Ji I ; effort to jnprove agricultural i get exclusive rights to this Dahmer's Discount House Clair St. See J.: L. Silcox.
(Christmas night). Everyone!I methods in the area. i: area with potential of $15.000 4 12-28 2tp 12-21
11 welcome. Huggins said th49 soil A A 1\ I: oer'year income. Full trainIng tchg
I advertising sales material -
samples were taken from the I FOR RENT- 2 bedroom fur- HASTINGS MATTRESS
: furnished by company-
_I f prison pastures during the past I II I !- I II; Product: sold to farmers.etc Repeat golf Mrs.nished Martin.apartment.509 Center Inquire St.Itchg. I & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

courses. groves
Ii 710 Lemon 8L Falatka
business excellent. Accounts
L Discount Prices New ,Law Sets II I already sold. FDr details write I I Furniture Repaired, Up-
V I to General Manager P. O. : holstered &: Refinished

: A1'BOTTOM t to .f + School ZonesA i ii WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR V lip". ?9tfh 12-28 J. Hansen. Rep. 5 ml S. oil I' Innersprings

I Starke on U. S. 301. Phone
468-1766. Waldo.tfchg
# new state law effective I Comnletely famished [(6 I
Drop Us A Card Can
V or
( I September 1. 1961, has: V A. B. C. Finance apartments double garage. i
I !l V I' 210 N. Cherrr St. X) YOUR shopping at Mc- PALATKA EA 5-9166
+ '
changed the speed limit ,in i Enjoy. a home plus income. Grills everythici we sell going i! STARKE 964-5934

school zones from '10 to 151 FREE' ESTIMATES. -' I See J. R. Bullincton Owner. $ at a big discount this MRS. PEGGY SHALLEB.

mph, Police Chief Bill Rosser j V tfchg month. There is Tiothing Starke,, Agent -
"Just as good:: as" General
ONE GOES OUT-TilE REST BURN! told the Starke city council I Phone .964-5291 red Electric. G J. McGriff. 100 W.
Tuesday night.V i Complete Line of Hardware Fresh daily 35c and up. Mrs. Call St. ohcne 964-6551. ltp 119 S. THOMPSON ST.

( TREE LIGHTS 99C Council instructed Rosser -. Slade. Maxville. UP PHONE 964-4155
CHRISTMAS to have the signs changed I FOR RENT-2 bedroom fur- NIGHT 964-3S91 or 969-1033

to read. 15 mph along the Bradford Building Suoolv FOR SALE-25 acres of farm nished house. Adults. Convenient DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe
I ; '' ,
land all cleared. West of located. Phone 964-7182 Wire Flowers Anywhere
: CHRISTMAS (360 INCHES) I school zone on U. S. 301 Starke. Hiway 100. Ask at V tfchg tfch*
[Temple Avenue but to let Ii Moody's Seryice Station for

r city controlled streets remain 301 E. Call Street, information. Ho COLONIAL FLORIST
: 3 rolls .' r Only F. T. D. Florist in Starke.
WRAPPING PAPER -- S8c [ 10 mph zones. FOR SALE you have thought about going -

: 1 -_ Ready mix concrete concrete Flowers wired any place. Flowers into your own business.
for all occasions locally.
\ I Open All Day Christmas! block.cement.cones.mortar fence mix.posts rock sand steel Phone 964-6291. 506 East AMERICAN OIL STATION U.

LADIES FIRST QUALITY oyster shell limerock. and roof Nona St. tfchg S. 301 & SR No: 16 is now

JIMMY MOORE'SThe\ Only Gulf Station in gravel. Phone 964-2521. tfchg available.
,, Co. WANTED Listings of all We are flexible. Call me and
NYLON HOSE -- prJor - 88c Stark Giving S&H Green Stamps types) of real estate. We attract let's discuss it. W. M. Stewart.FR .
FOR SALE OR RENT-2 bed buyers from Coast to 6-5631 or FR 2-0110.

room unfurnished house at Coast. United Farm Agency, Gainesville. tfchs:
I Hampton. All modern conven- H.. G. Boll1n er. agent Phone
LADIES 964-2881. 426 N. Walnut St. WORTH THE TRIP
S'& H iences. 34 acres mostly plantedin
.**x pines. M. A. Payne. 204 8. I 4to 1228FOR Mobile Homes Always

--I each .: I V Glenn 8k Phone 943794.V clean.
RAYON SLIPS B 13cM \cL : '; Green Stamps Itchg RENT Furnished apart below market; and

; ''I 4 ments. Reasonable: rates. Near I LAKE GENEVA

FOR RENT-Pour room cottage shopping center. Phone 969-, TRAILER ARK:
I 'I'V with bath. hot and cold 2811 or call at 213 S. Cherry 1 mi. SE of Keystone Ht.

1ENS : 100 water. Unfurnished Colley St. [Shell Oil Co- Office. tfehg: on Route 100

: : 50' > road.J.T.Quigley. 2tchz 12-21

EXTRA STAMPS FOR SALE-Used Floor Furnace 2 bedrooms lights and water Tat

: WITH LUBRICATION oiL Thermostat for furnished. InQUire Bulling- Pl wbr -

V AND OIL JOB WITH PURCHASE automatic operation. 5000. ton Studio or 321 West Madison -
MENS ,, V Brown's 226 8. Walnut St. St. tfchg Fixating

V I FURNISHED one bedroom EqafpmeJ For Erery Job
ATHLETIC'BRIEFS .3for. - $$100 V 1 IN CITY POUND-I collie. apartments for rent. W. H.
YOHR GAS PURCHASE Superior :Tractor Co.
J.. male. yellow with white ring Nollman. 510 N. Cherry.
around neck. Also 1 female tfchg V
I :!ro ; lemon spotted bird dog. Own- PHONE EV '-I17!
uuo all ofi :
j IS ,. .' ers may have by paying board BE SURE to see WORLD I,5353 W. Beam laeboDriDI
Be Sure And Register With Each Purchase For Free Sewing Machine.To FREEIF
: t tI and advertising cost. Contact BOG&: before buying any encyclopedia. '
i klOUllt I WE .FAIL TO SWEEP (4f.. P(1i4V 1tl'h. M. A. Payne, your''I FOR 8ALE-1951 MWCUry.
Be Given Away Christmas Week. representative since 1954. fair condition. $175 cub.I .

i! OUT YOUR CAR. OR LEAN FOR SALT 2 bucks. 4 does. Box 603. Ph. 964-3794 tfchz Donald I; Martin. Rt. 1, Box
- We Carry A Complete,Selection Of Holsters, Guns, Dolls And Carriages. l I ', OVflTELIREMEMB 8 young'raf.)11sone 4-sec- 292. Starke. Phone

i tion two 2-section: hutches, 9691083.ItD
i V V
I V Martin. 'Rt. 1. FOR SALE-One Banjo. Two
EWVVWE' ARE THE,ONLY GULF Box 30. 292. Starke. Phone 969- Violins One Guitar. One Mantiolin. -!; -, ....,...... -

J ; Bottom Dollar Gib Brown's .1 j jii : :I STATION THAT GIVES- .S & H GREEN STAMPS! lofiaV. Uo 2661..Phone_ 964-7111 2t dig or 12-21 964- THE DOLL
FOR BBiT -2 bedroom unfurnished .I.

e-xa.tion, ; ; I garage apartment. FOR RJBNT Kingsley Lake i. rll41w FOR: SALE, r}

''':: I t : tS1VVMtVIV 1 TIRE SALES ; I Fnone 864-4921 tfch'apartment extra nice 2 furnished.bedroom garage Circulating II

'",," .. j i Cor. Court & MHisot ..stsPkoH 964-5791 i BOMBS FOR SALESee J 1 oil heat. Phone Carl H

I T. QsJgley. 2tchz 12-21, Johns 964-4201. tfcns 1 tchc.sju ;
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ARKS, FLORIDA, THURSDAY DEO. ti,' 1981_ 4 .,_ :" ,.,.-:-;.'.. .....

.......yyyyy..yyyTTT) when they received word: that YYYYY.TYYYYYY..YTTTNEV the owner, to come get him. 9v..YT.TYTY..n..n.nBROOKER ville was the Sunday guest of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I said name with the Clerk of the (SX'Lester-to- J. Ruester *
Circuit Court of Bradford Marie A.
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'j their uncle. Dempsey Cain of It may be some child's pet as Mr. and Mrs: Ned Hicks. engage that the in undersigned business under desiring the to County.Florida. ii-so un.32

GRAHAM Miami, had a fatal heart attack \ ,RIVER It seems to have been well Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wood fictitious name of "HONEST "
weekend of Mr.
: Funeral services were cared for. were guests TION" at 666 North Temple
Aeld last Friday in Miami Mrs. Albert Moody had her and Mrs. Marvin Fletcher and Avenue in the City of Starke;
where Mr. Cain lived for father, P. D. Adkins of Dun- Mr. and Mrs.B. C. Wood in Florida said name, intends with the to Clerk register of the the
& & && &.&&&&&& &&& many years. He was the last dee, also her grandfather Lakeland. Circuit Court of Bradford

son of the deceased Mr. and Jim Adkins, of Hampton Mrs. Bedie Conerly of Christmas Buffet Supper County Florida-
Mrs. Irene Ratliff, Mrs. Mrs. N. G. Moody and Mrs.S. John W. Yoak
Mrs. ,Allen Cain. Survivingare visiting with herand her Mrs. H. C. Douglas'enter- 11.30 4t 12.21
Thelma Ejyal. Carl Brough- L. Crews attended church Hague was the Friday night
ton ally Edward Broughtonwere three sisters, Mrs. Hillard Sunday at Johnstown. family Sunday. guest of Mrs. Mattie Sowell, tained her Young People'sSunday -

saddened last week Broughton, Gainesville: ; Mrs. Mr. and !Mrs. R.. J. Turner. Wesley Moody will be Mrs. Rosa Kelley, and Mrs. School Class with a ,that NOTICE the' undersigned IS HEREBY,desiring GIVEN!
home with his family for two Christmas buffet supper Friday -
Martha Woodard and Mrs. Mrs. Willie Lance and Ever- Mae Mott. to engage in business under the ;
Lillie Sloane, both of Plant ette Renfroe were visiting weeks vacation from St. Mr. and Mrs. John Crews of night at her home. LODGE fictitious'MOTEL"name on of U.'PLAZA S. 301 :
Johns Junior College at Pa- Santa Claus made a stop _
friends and:! relatives at the I Jacksonville visited Mr. and North of the City of Starke
City.Mr.. ,ana Mrs. Bobby Sur- trailer, park Sunday. latka. I Mrs. J. H. Sullivan and family -. at the party and handed out Florida, intend to register the & 0
rency of Tampa are visitingin Mrs. R. L. Black has had a Sunday.Mr. sifts to the nineteen young ,
Mrs. Nan and Loretta Merrill S
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our section for a few days I went :to Macclenny Sat- real case of flu this week but and Mrs. J. D. Douglasof people present.

while his brother, John Sur- urday and bought three cal- glad to report that she is Lake Butler visited Mrs. W. I _

rency, is in the Medical Cen- ves to add to their herd. feeling some better. T. Blair and family Sunday.

ter in Gainesville. Mr:, and Mrs.Fred Johns of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Rho- Mrs. Evan Hodges was ,in I II : SD
Miss Sylvia Starling of Gainesville visited with Mr. den of Jacksonville visitedhis Gainesville Friday on busi- I II

Gainesville 'was the weekend and Mrs. M. L. Johns Satur- parents, Mr. and Mrs.
guest .of her cousin Miss I U. S. RhodenSunday.- nessMr, and Mrs. Jack 'Siiri- ; \
Cain. day.Mrs. Hear that Mrs. Rhoda I I
Sharon ,Joe Dowlin and mons of Gainesville visited
We are sorry to hear that daughter. Mrs. Tommie Holden Dowling and daughter, Jessie I Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott Saturday i I M 1wr -
in the Lazenby of Miami will be in I .
Mrs. Della Goodge is night. the
of Jacksonville, visited Roy Sincere thanks for Your poterrogtjJurtng.
Pk 1 1r hospital. She lives in Starke, Turner Monday. our midst for the Christmas Mr. and Mrs.. W. H. Hinton -

but.has many friends In Gra- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shiver holidays. and daughters of Metairie, wen
g.2 ham who love her very much. and Mrs. Nan Merritt were Mr.,and Mrs. U. S. Rhoden La. were visiting Mr. and 'past year. We hope we may sen.you'- -os-,

Baptist Church News shopping in Jacksonville were Christmas shopping in Mrs. EaiJ Green over the
1 The Graham Baptist: Saturday. Lake City Tuesday. weekend. I YearMerry Christmas) '
V the New
its annual: Mr. and Mrs. Chester, ,, to
Church will hold Friends of Mr. and Mrs.C. Mrs. Mattie Sowell and
f Christmas program on Sat- L. Parler and family will Moody of Keystone Heights! Mrs. Ned Hicks were in Gainesville i .'

from- urday, Dec. 23, at 7:30: p. m. regret to learn they will be were visiting with Mr. and on business Monday.Mr. i
all of us ro all of jouj Everyone is cordially invited, moving from our communitythe Mrs. Robert Dobbs and fam- and Mrs. James Temple I

to attend. i first of the ily Monday night. attended the football banquetIn
'lUlhli pnl v year. Parts Service Co
We are sorry to report that The Christmas program at Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Rhoden Starke Saturday night. .
our Sunday School attend- the New River Baptist celebrated their 36th wedding Mrs. Schley DeLoach of i .' .

ance was down this week. Church has been changed, anniversary Tuesday.We Jacksonville was the weekend I 7o4I Knick'j
Let's everyone try to come from Friday: night to Thurs- are an very thankfulfor guest of Mrs. W. T. Blair and I 1Abe's t '

The next Sunday and bring it day night at 8 o'clock. the rain this week and family. I All. # .Bill
'I back up.THE Mrs. Christine Parrish of 1 ...
Ralph and Loretta Merritt, the wonderful weather we've I -.
BarksdaleFamily RIGHT POINT for the have then only outdoor: been having. Just hope it Palatka visited Mrs. Evan OURA : 'r" j I.Claude

Christmas tree we have seen lasts through the Christmas. Hodges Thursday afternoon.Mr. I t 1 '
write. Come in and Betty
way and Mrs. Dave Green
so far in our community. It holidays. I CUSTOMERS !. -\ : "
select your favorite ESTER- visited I '., 'j.'
Mr. and Mrs. Alex -ii>
is in front of their lovely
BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- Mr. and Mrs. U] S. Rhoden Williams' I I', and
and in
son Jacksonville
home on the banks of New had to carry their harvest of -
GRAPH. River and is very pretty. sugar cane to Starke to the Sunday. i Bullington'sStudio \ .. t Peaches
Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Jean Mrs. J. R. Mott visited
C. H. Rhodens to have it f I
Mrs. Brook Perryman in .
Hurd and family are now occupying ground and made into .syrup. Gainesville & Gift Shop 66" Service '
the Joe Moody homeon I
They carried Junior Thomas I
Road 100 across from the with them and he enjoyed it Jamie ,Rhoden of Jackson- I i ,j I .

trailer park.
very much. I .
Miss Ida Merritt is out .and
May we all celebrate this
around again after a spell of holiday by giving thanks to
sickness. God for his most preciousgift 4j '
Anyone missing a cream his only Son"And suddenly '.,. .'.-.?."," ',.:.. 't > "f. I
colored dog can find him at there was with the y. :

the home of Ralph Merritt Angel a multitude of the
would be for
and they glad
Heavenly Host praising God

and saying Glory to God in

the highest And on earth, r1.

Peace among men" ,
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SPECIAL NOTICE 1 :':: :' .I' t'
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There will not be an \ven1ng ds'1 "

service at Hope Baptist .
Church Sunday night, Dec.
/ 24. The church is sponsoringa

Christmas program at the r--
TheresssT ''community""douse 6

instead. The program will begin -
at 7 o'clock, and everyoneis a)
invited. 4 ; aV

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To Each One'O'f. : You, -

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: QlRISTHAS press to the people of Starke ;and

4II the entire trade area our sincere

: i Bradford appreciation for wonderful, re- -

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Institute for Essential Richard
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vvMPThI.4t ,auditorium r.... _._ for. .. .the. .program. .. the_play were the regular 'prayer"saiice7 :11l';$linday. WeliOpt3lteis 's"bower ,for Miss Becky Hig- .guests' of Mrs. Moore's sister, : REGISTER FICTITIOUS: NAME engaged Cc.in under business which at we Route are
i II Taking part in toe play Wendy Hill and Sheryl Me- ,The g'P 'opfe's'and junior well by now;, "* "don, bride::elect.'"Gameswere Mrs. Dorothy Waters., 'and: -6'\ oboe -Is kw by-given that .2, Box 158. Lake Butler, Florida
were' Arnold's family: Price .:Elroy. 'Stagehands were Tommy '-choirs ;presented the ..-music K.EugeneAustinwas able 4o 4)6 played and prizes awarded to family. the undersigned of Chapter, under 20.953 the Laws provisions 158 R., Lake F. Merrill.Butler, Route Fla. 2 Box

By Bin. D. E.- Hill Starr, 'Karen 'Harisen, .:Paula 'Johnson, Billy .Saxon, 1 with ..scripture g j of.,the,i back in Sunday School and Patty.. Parrish.. ... Lie Harris '. of Florida, 'Acts' of 1S41, will t lUchard Jones Box 248, Mat -
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i.&i"A.A.....j.'A. .... McElroy Sharon Brown Larry Youngblood, and!pavid :Chtfcta&s story/by David iilen. I church%& Sunday morning, Slenda- Smith ,and Margaret dWOIJJS'I CHURCH. registerwith'Circuit Court the in and Clerk for Bral* Jenny Dated Fla.this 30th day of N'o
: A. A.A.'I.aLL Elaine Yourigblood, and ""Patty Loper.'se''Wsing..in the Vicky 'Mosher? ng-8; but says ,he Is still 'flu-ing; S Spencer. Refreshments 'were ford County: Florida upon receipt v mber A. D., "1 at Starke

, Christmas Play. Presented; Johnson: Mary and Joseph: glee club .-included Barbara solo, .and all, was under 4h.eireAtiqn and his hip Is bothering him served after -the gifts were Schedule. for weekof :Dec.. of prtof >of publication ot, Bradford County, Florida
School Out Till Jan, 2 .Brenda Brown and Gary Johnson.;Xrls,Hart, Linda Sue ,.MiJton .Mpsher, opened. :by "the 5idnofee. 24: this' tootice, tail fictitious-name > Jl-30 4t t-:: ;.!I

"Christmas in an.. ., dpiile. 'Johns: shepherds. Michael Batten,, :Mary 'Lou Griann| choir director. A socialL.hour, I yet.Attended WMU lat, the Thirty guests attended. Sunday Church School, ,........ _.. --- --. ,L .aML.. ........
Village" was presented- .$t' stowsometttiaHes Hinson, Anne Packliain, 'Mary 'Ah e. 'complete Tfith"'giftsfollowed Highland Church Thursday : Mrs: "Mae :.Hlgginbotham is 9 45'a.in. Morning Worship i ..
Hampton ETementary chool l Mike: .peePles. and ''DonaldSlyti Parker, Linda "Starlings,Linda -U1 eel i1ce.Mra.T. .I Tiighfttf'list' week U :'Not_'many, spending the Christmas.holidays '11 a.-m.' Snack-Supper for,iIff / Q

Wednesday 'afternoon Aof'lalt: : the 'kings :..Johnny Rhoden, Eloise Hines,- JoAnn t 1s 'presentbut Y we all enjoyed with her son-in-law and MYP: 6 p. m. Youth Meetings. ,' } MY CHRISTMAS PRAYER

week, with all grades. 18;' Moore,' andy Hayes, 'and Slade, TDiarie 'Brown, Ttno1 F. ,Brown' ''began 'Cie. iellgic hip. daughter Mr. and"Mrs. J,C. .6:30: p. m. Junior Choir rehearsal ifl

taking part.- ,. .. I Bonnie Hentey.Angels. Carolyn' Meng. '"wwklng fun-Wine through i bUia'en 'Prevatt was Robinson.. In Baltimore, MeL. 7 p. m. Evening Wor-'I' May you have the gladness
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Student4.Jfrom: 'the; :fourth, were Mary .,tli 'A 'tUrkey "Christmas Dinner'"was Christmas Saturday, helping1GI1's .,very sick last Thursday, but Weregret .to hear of the thip 7t30.p.m.: Candlelight;
through. : eighth grades presented I Cooper, Carolyn Beck.. Rose '! served at the school i.. Mary wm1 ms'": t the i Tatter&:''vts1t to"the -'::1o tor'she1n 4eath of.;.RevSamuelrL.: Watson communion.jSenrice, 11'pi: m. I!! 'g Christmas \\
} it noon on Thursday last OSt offlce with :the heavier >roYid nough 'to io with in Waycross, Ga. recent- Wednesday Prayer 'Meet-;
.toe .musical'play, with! ] j fc&niney, Sally Hunter.'FhylHs Which i is HOPE
two.,voca1seleGtitfns by 'each! '' -week .with,, table .decorations roadofCinlsstmas, :'mail. her.-: mother i.Pplly Prevatt- :I1. The funeral was"-held In ing and.Bible i Study, 7:30 PJ r .
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of. thfijxther.> : bbms all {tinder > and favors for all students; Mr. and Mrs: GIenn Mclri.tosh Waycross and burial .was hi 1 ,
Karon :Breeden, Gail saion, D. C. to Spend the Memorial Park -In '' :chancel :Choir The, spirit of ChritniWhich .
th e -.direction,of' rs,, Carolyn f & matte"toy the 'children and 'moved back toiJainpton i Riverside, Thursday 1Ii
Canoya,,;:.counim-11; sict ea h-Ii -, Ferry I ,. 'BJden.. Louise BaUNewsoine : supervised by 'Mrs. Lily 'Bar- i last week after several weeks' h'olfdays with Telattves.' Jacksonville. rehearsal l. T:30 :p.: m. j jAT is PEACE ': > j

tr. Parents...andj.iriftnds, ..as.-tenGloifa: ,. .and stay in.PalIQ.; Beach. John arid Betty Brumbelow Tirs. 'Od n Williams fend fI .
nes.School Bended on Tuesday fctftslde work/: ""neailyeom-: visited .the. .S icklands' last "-sons'Heft last 'week for Fayetteville THE, TABERNACLEt: :,1l i.
.. ," .." frame home'' Sunday. Betty and 'Bessieent t The heart 'of Christ mas
o'J fhis week for 1061'with class-j pros f.. .'0n the 'ne ; Ark. "to spend the J :
..J aII/,. es toresu n .'lm ';Tuesday, of ..Mr/klwi Mrs. WilllanJCranforil .'iw out-.hunting-a;. Christmas, Zhristtoas.holidays 'with h rtanifty. A13ib.leQujz to; the onevents:pertaining ,. Which fa ,:'
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an.2 after the Christmash'days and.family on Pine. tree and >Bessie. .goC- tangled Mr. Williams is at ",
will.be gives t iriltg this weekly "> -:
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f > ,Class parties,. :with j: tea aboard Saratoga.We "'
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Exchange gifts;and refresh- Peeples' nce are ;glad to 'hear 'that'Ernest ernacle. The Bible School
1 furnished by, teachers -- Ernie e.-eouM, faU. se,,'hurt; her: :I .
jnehts Mr. find Mrs. Souherlafld ,- -WeThailsen Is Improving -
Hour on Sunday, Dec. '24, The Russell GreetiT mlly
i and,, mothers marked 'thecloshg' of Lake Butler were 1 ef,4arm: Lt'the elbow from his recent illness ''In wIll-be.fciven to short
+ l :i'f'school.rProgram 'the ,wondering :If she, Is, going.."to over a
r : ; day: Sunday'dirfner guests at Bradford County Hospital.
Christmas of music
8 crochet; 'program
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Wednesday home of Mrs. Ina 'Knight.' few The is"very Mr. '1ih l Airs._Jack':. MOQ're.and Tradings. I :,
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Mr. p. P. Allejiof painful1' :
A program of Christmas Palatka.and their ion .ar 1fcaughtertn.law .
ed Carols was'p sented,by, the visited, here We'are: ashamecof; our to ; .

!Young 'people of "fiamptoniBaptis Sunday 'with Mr. ''and "Mrs6.. .Sunday School and Training. {' I. *

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Slfde. and Mr. and Mrs.Vt 3.Blade. interest '
I poor.a,We just had 55 ..presentior r a ,,. :i
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IyF 1 Irhfire. were only 12 in r .

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Manning enjoyed a reunionon '
J By Mrs.' C/B. Nolan. .
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Long after the last present is opened may the good 'exceptone, ''were -c true tneah1n of Christmas. I
.present to enjoy the to iti-} Baptists 'wil .
With you. 'present U\eliraimUiU Christmas t
cheer of ,the, Christmas jeasonjemam !ful -dinner-and lay of -7 !
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night/Dec. 22, ai'.thei. church.
the first time that all of the I
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children had eaten dinner
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.* r 'small children. Preseiit;:; '1 pr' D1)f'lm1") 1 .Karrtile stu-

Vo&yStrlillg's this grandoccasion : re emits eren;the:; t a lack .

t Vennie Dorothy Ka t hleen, 'utz, 'Prdgrain'z fcently'i over ...--

Clawson ,Calvin, and $,:iron. PJj'a IiP l., ) \eletts bn ,lpon_ c
4irocery dMartei There were 17'grandcnUdren oired.the', ; )ienlackb: b ia$

and: eight great granckhll-; ksonvWe'They'were' ?atty 4 Z
dren; one brother, ,.,:three: ,par s1\ alldob I.KAssen; I I I -
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,I -' ." .-.J-,, .llY croak, much less talk.rw..J AndFOR'SALE .Shirley,,1 s!\ ..Hlg rR"ore D thim''tij4 nter-Miss. .Community:State Bank i.ijfl Me t t ''holiday" season"- ftjpd ,wfth good: lu'cVcheer and

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'!T 7 T ? i Miss Tillis Named 1 A.& AA AA.&J 4.. \ '. *-""*
1 g E yes'Found afternoon., High School band, accompanied tos -and Rebecca Brantley of

[ ; Acting Postmaster r. The Bookmobile will be in the-band to the Old Folks ,Grahdin spent. ?Sunday after-

MELROSE Melrose each second and Home in Melrose Starke. and
At I noon -with, relatives in St.
Keystone fourth
Thursday beside the Gainesville last Thursday ,Augustine.Mrs. .

By Mary\ K. Schaeffer Mrs. By, ,MrsAlice .RothhamraerJAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AA I t home demonstration build- evening to .present a. program Lamar Clough of

t"i .. .. . . . . Gladys Thus 1 former'y i of Christmas "
(t A A* 4 11'11 11 11 ; 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 ing.A music. Douglas, Ga., and Mrs. Callie
r : assistant 0' postmaster:. of I 41,11.Miss I Community Christmas Mr and Mrs, Walter Mc- Rye of Grandin
were callingon
Girls Feat. Hawthorne.. I partly due. to. their high Keystone Heights post office, IL'Ij Wilson Carol singing will be held: Call of Jacksonville
Beverly I were call- Mr. and Mrs John
: Herringin
The.Oiru' Basketball'Teamfrom I I morale: And nothing lifts a has been named acting postmaster Stages Basil Anderson Are Wed I Ii j i Friday night Dec., 22, beside ing' on friends and relatives .Gainesville: Monday.

keystone Heights High gal's morale more 'than a to succeed Frank tL Miss Beverly Ann Wilson I the old post, office under the in Gran-din: last Saturday. The weekly choir practicehas
\ School bj: 'dress. Walrath Jr.,. who recently re- Christmas
coached Mrs. Carl ; new : Our girls now Tree. Everyone- Mrs. Alma Clark
and Basil
: Anderson, were of Flora- resumed at the B. J. Alderman -
iHerrinJh"went to (Hawthorne hive new uniforms, of, which signed. cordially invited to attend. .
.vei Friday night in Melrose. home, and Mr, and Mrs- William home after a short
Tuesday Dec, 12 arid The Post Office Department Comeback 'I The winners
night they are justly 'proud. They Trinity Episcopal Church with of the Duplicate Packham and family of :apse due to illness. 4

! beat the Hawthorne girls 31* are of slue and white gabardine in. Washington has indicated the Rev. M. .H. Breyfogle, Bridge, Club were: tied Jacksonville were Sunday Mr and Mrs. Haggle of

29. twill. and do;' not look : that the permanent former minister of the I fcr first 'place, Mrs. Alice guests of Mrs Clark's son Tennessee are visiting friendsin

Winning points were"made like the old-fashioned gym appointment to :the post- church, officiating. j Ketchum and Mrs. George &nd family, Mr. and Mrs. Grandin for several weeks.

[ by Jane McMurtry; 4; Nancy suits, worn heretofore. It is mastership will be madethrough ; .1 : Wedding music was provided I Phelps, and Mrs. Ray Starnes i Kenneth Clark, of Palatka .

Suttorf.7; ,Rubylane Smith hard;,to describe the uni- competitive 'exam -,* T. I ::y Mrs., Albert Spires. Stephen '. and' Mrs. Bo Henderson; second Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Cloug"h5fnave

19; and Carol Wolfe 1. Outstanding 'orms, but come out to the ,I nation. j ,; 4v'I 4 Brokas of Keystone I place Miss.Iva Hillyer returned to tlfeln; Jiotne :I < tI
forward on yheHawthorne and see for yourself. Recommendation for appointment I and Mrs. Mary Cook
I games Heights was acolyte. ; and in ,Douglas Ga. after visiting, !
team 'was Carrie,I Beta Club Girls : as acting. postmaster David Wilson was best man,I third place, Mrs. Lucille Davie Mrs. Clough's mother and

Rush/who scored 14 out of I Have Nice Dance was made. by Rep.,. ? ; and ,ushers were Ronald. Anderson l! and Miss Sallie Mans- sister Mrs. J. F. Herring Sr., i

[their 29 points. The Keystone Heights Charles Eo'Bennett.. .- .. 'of Michigan, brotherof |f field. r, and Mrs. Callie Rye, at their ,
Starting six players for the School Cafetorlum was the : I the bridegroom, and School News' home in Grandin for the past :

[same were Jane McMurtry fcene of a lovely semi-formal' I 1 ; xN r George Wodey: I The Melrose Band:! and The week, :

NancySutl: Rubylane dance on Saturday evening, 'KEYSTONEKALENDAR ." ..t The bride's: gown: was of Chorus, directed by Dr. Der The Florahome Baptist ,

E mlth, Barbara Drake, Reba Dec. 16, 'when the Beta Club '. l. white satin, trimmed with I Hovhannissian, spent Thursday Church will present its';

Hall and Ginny Campbell. girls had their Christmas .! jD! !; nylon lace.' She carried a : entertaining members of Christmas program at 7:30: p. '

Other players were Jo Wildt, dance Disc the Keystone School, the
; Jockey Bill Marr .. corsage of white ,carnations. m. Wednesday, Dec. 20.
Sylvia Dodd, and PatCuendet from Station,WDVH.in Gain- --' Convalescent Home in Starke, '
"H- The maid of. honor was Two of our local'boys, Melvin -
1 forwards: and Leolatldaght. esville was on hand 'to keep ..Z '1:;: : Billy Belote and, Eyes' I Miss Linda Keene of Malden, The Odd-Fellow Rest Home, Cumbus and Joe Johnson '

Linda Beck... .Norma things lively. A number of Thursday, Dec. 21 ; : .- .. and The Rocking Chair Rest
hit ""I':" ..... "" Mass., cousin of the bride.I I are raw in Fort Jackson,
V'alldejuli. CarroU:, Baker records were given away dur- Junior Woman's ClubChristmas' : ,4"Thirty-one' years may be ] ... .,... "I ", 'f.. ...1 r.,;;, She wore a royal blue o/ess: Home in Gainesville, and The S. C. for basic training.I:I r
Marguerita Float;' 'Jom e ing'the caroling party for I past the age when most !|t f. ..<< Old Folks Home in Melrose.
course of the evening. .". and had: a corsage of yellow Word has been received
Thomas Stenna Logsdon Marian young people 7:30 p. m. at horses are"put out to past- \. ,: '.. Chaperones for the event were
Beasley won a tran- 'I':' "v .. roses. Miss Kathleen Perry, that Mrs. Sophie Schneble of :
and Cathy Williams, guards. sistor radio when her number firehouse. ure," but not so for "Hog i- 'flower girl, was also dressedin i!I Mrs. Maxie King, Bunyon Grandin and New York City
The next game will be play- was pulled from a hat.'Those Melrose Home Demonstration Eyes," the former rodeo show i blue. i Kelley, and Mrs. Mclaughlin.The expects to be here for ChrIst- Woe

ed after the holidays.. who had been wanting Ihe,opportunity Club Christmas' i party' at 'horse who was stolen from Mr.Ann Nobles, assistedby I boys and girls basketball -
New 2 p. m. hi club house. his mIstress Claire Thomp- I mas.Mrs
learned the ei' Misses: Sara Baldwin and teams suffered a double Rhoda Perry oif Mel- ': Elf .
DeMolays meet, 7:30: p. m., ton Lohre, in Texas and miraculously .
Perhaps the Keystone Girls' "Twist. Janis Woaey, 'served punch at loss Friday night from power-
Masonic Hall.Friday .- rediscovered by I! It wilt be pleasure.!,. to
ful Cedar The
Basketball ;
Team's ''SUccess'ls. We understand that thefen- the reception. The bride's: !
J [ Dec. 22Dupllcite I her in the vicinity of Starke j book was kept by Mrs.'Bernice i' Sharks raced: to a 70-45 vIc- INSURAN'CEAutoFireCasualty I serve you. in the future I I'Belote's

Bridge, 8 p. m., after a lapse of eight years. ] Wilson. 1 tory. Larry Strawn tallied 19 I : 1 ..,.r }

Woman's Club." Mrs. Lohre, the former \ k points for the losers. The girls "'1, .-t' .
Among the out-of-town Bonds and ,Allied Lines r .
Rotary Luncheon, Masonic Claire Thompson, '"world's | 4t '
score was 85-41. ;'1.
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1L. guests were Max Solberger, Mr. : ." \'
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Hall. 12:15 I
: noon. champion cowgirl" who thrilled Reynolds Insurance
and Mrs. Harold Crockford,
always I Saturday, Dee. 23 the 'rodeo world with her j .vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv.GRANUIN J -..
anti Mrs. Elizabeth Long of i Agency \
BANK I j feats for generation,
daring a
have branch h An-ne's< Gainesville. : W. L. Reynolds ..
a now leads a quiet but activelife' Rexall Drugs
After a weekend wedding I Ph. 2442 ,2701 ;

office near Your ,ia. mSunday.- Dec. 24 Camp as Immokalee riding instructor en Brooklyn at-' j t. trip to St. Augustine, the i Keystone Heights, 'FJi.. j1 j :"K', ,' :u.-,

couple is now residing in Mel- By Mrs. Rebecca '
I Keystone Heights
Attend your church in the Lake. She still holds the I .
Mrs. Lohre Loves Horsesbe '
mornl g. international cowgirl championship lose.Mr. .,
and Mrs. Glynn Roth- ...
EYC hayride, 6 m., from for bronc-riding .'
p. I ;r{\--rt\1Tt
dead, but he seemed to hammer are the parents of a Mrs. Annie F. .Sike's fend .
Anne's parish house. which she won in London in
: have vanished into thin 'air. son, Bruce Lyle ;born. in Ala- I Mrs. Rosa _Brantley have returned -
St. Anne's .Midnight Holy 1934.
There wasn't a clue to work chua General Hospital December home after spending *.
;Communion, 11:30: p. m. In spite of the fact that .. '. '.'* '' ',
on. 13. Paternal grandparentsare last weekend with Mr. and
i St. William's Choir Sacred she lost two husbands in ro1neo I \1 '
4k Claire left Texas and start- Mr.and Mrs. Grant Roth- Mrs. H. B. Sikes Jr. in Griffin -
1 Concert,. 11:30: p. m. accidents, Mrs. Lohre still t" ;
'} ed riding in rodeos again. Iiammer,and maternal grand- Ga. $ ;; j
F ; Midnight Mass, St. Wil- leads a life that revolves ..
Later she married Frank Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
\'Jiams. around horses and rid- parents are Visitors to Grandin on ; ... .
largely "
rCx' F 9. :k Lohre and the two traveledthe Wesley of Gainesville. ,Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. .
i Tuesday-Dec. 26. i Her husband, j !
I, ing. present country with Wild West Mr. and Mrs. John Beller- Pascall- Carr of Lake Geneva, ,
;Masonic Lodge meeting, 8 Frank Lohre, is a former rodeo !
I sljows. Claire never gave ,up jeau of Indian River' city visited and Mr. and Mrs. Walter fctM1l -

-J. I I'p.m. star and movie stunt man who looking for Hog Eyes all the her parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. KlcCall, :and_,Mr,"and Mrs. : A

I'' ---- ... ,;.",. has won' a string of Pacific time'.she. was.,smiling at audiences : A. Ford, 'and' sisters; Doris. :Earl Sikes and family, all *bf

'Coast broncho-busting titles.in and winning ribbons in and virginia, Sunday : ; : Jacksonville, ; xG153b
j tire enjoyed doing the I
group : his right. Both are nowI I
Your nearest: mail box isoffice" I cwn t the ring. Mrs. R. H. Kelley is in the Mrs. Weldon Brantley has
.'"Hully Gully i iI I employed at Camp Immokalee.!
our' "branch for I The hall was decorated In Finally, they worked their Navy Hospital in Jacksonville. been ill for the past week,
But to back to "HogEyes"
get b
v jwu way, to Florida and time to Mrs M. E. Dunk'of Coral but is. slowly improving.Mrs. .
the Christmas fashion with
all saving a .
handling your orwwroe Starke with Tweed Johnson, Gables, is spending the holidays Z: W. Brantley enter-
lovely Christmas tree The'little horse had belonged -
,, checking deposits. It's so YMCA camp 'director, to look with her son and datigh- tained' her Sunday School ..... ......
d everything. done by the girls.'PTA I to Claire and her second .-.. ..'-. -
convenient. You can even 'Christmas Program at some horses for: ,the. Camp ler-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. An- Class with a Christmas partyat : -

k1M open your account by mail. On Thursday evening Dec. husband both were;Red riding Thompson the trail;when to Immokalee stables; drew Dunk.;' her home Monday night. Nt

She was standing by a Rev. and Mrs. M. H. Brey-, The, young people of Paran
Why not do it right now. 14, the Keystone Heights PTA fame in arenas from Oklahoma fJ
fence, looking the animals and Sammie of Baptist Church will present tAl
fogle son, ,
for annual o
met its
Christmas She the hoB-'
sat.TODAY California. paid
COME IN You will be more than to '
over when suddenly Claire Christmas at the
Tallahassee visited in Melrose. ; program I
program. Invocation was ask- for him find named him 3 days be ruled
isfied bank! $3,000 Ckitst&
with our recalls, -"I got this funny :ast week. church at 7:30: p. m. Friday, IS
ed by Rev. J. R. Smith. President 'Hog Eyes" because "he had j with joy andbappiness
feeling' inside. There was this Dec. 22.David. .
Charlie Tolford presided the squintiest little eyes, just Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Moore of for
r skinny old brown horse with 'Brantley of Grandin, '
at the business meeting. Miss ike a pig."' Williston and son and daugh- J Toil and your :"\
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK Mansfield the squinty little eyes. Sure drummer for ,the MelroseNOTICE' tawny, t
I Emma Kate gave a Under their careful training ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Larry _

full 'report on the, activitiesof Hog Eyes became a enough, there was a familiar Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Fred .
brand mark his .flank iMJ
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: MEMBER F.D.I.C. the Budget Committee in champion, just like his own- Wanting to be absolutelysure Beard and:! son, Allan of,New-i 1; 4r
i the absence of Chairman Bill berry, Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts ,
ers, and won more than $2- I \ t .'" 1 "
A Friendly Bank in A Friendly'Community Beam. The Caroling Party' 'for 100 in one show alone. of her find, Claire and grandson.of Hillcrest, Due to recent events, I I 'It- '. .... # J L'tu.

Ii the boys and girls ': mounted the horse, shaking and Cason of ;', am closing property
,was jfo- When Thompson was.fatally Ralph Silver my 1 'C. J. "Pete" '
Keystone" Heights, Fla. nounced. Bill Bakergave- 'a gored by a steer during a with excitement, and he responded Lake were guests of Mr. and. (Santa Juana Ranch, in I s .*,.. Candy's

I report on some of the' find- lodeo performance and lay I to every movementshe Mrs. R. M. Cason Sunday. I.II Clay County) to hunters. O'Connor ,
made-Just, as she had I
Please do not ask for Gulf Service
dying in Texas hospital he Mr. and Mrs. Bunyon Kel- : Associate
taught him. Hog Eyes used to -
:,fl&eifClaire< lo rna.e Hog Eyes ley spent Tuesday in Gaines permission to hunt, for
'- rear when anyone nudged it will be denied. Trespassers (CHUCK NEWMAN Candy DennisPI'
: nthe hospital grounds so ville. I
him in the flanks. Claire I
will be
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MELROSE! he'could see' him once more.It gently touched his sides with; Mrs. Andrew Taylor is in'' to fullest extent prosecuted of I ..' I

: his last.request..
was her heels and: sure enough, Bradford County Hospital.A the law.
had all their 1 II
Claire spent the little horse rose. on his Turkey Shoot, sponsoredby
.. Red's medical expenses (Signed)
BUSINESS I DIRECTORYAPPLIANCE money on hind hoofs. It was then, Mrs. the Booster Club-, 'was held i iI ..
almost penniless, I
and '
Lohre recalls, she started at the Crossroads Saturday Jor gPREFABUiU5 a M. ValldejuliNEW <'. .- -: '" ..
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< she asked a friend to keep the sobbing with joy. ,.
horse until she got on her '
The former ,queen of the

SERVICE LUMBERS Winifred H.CRAWFORD feet again. wild west shows paid for, her
When she finally went to
ex-champion horse a second !'

Wheeler Service Co. claim Hog Eyes, the horse time. But now he cost only In
LebrydoLumber was missing from her friend'sstables. ,
11ei'. Real Estate Broker $50. He wasn't a show horse ,

GR 5-2401 Co lake Properties .. Acreage :. "Nobody ;seemed to}: anymore but Mrs. Lohre was
between Keystone and Melrose know: about she!
anything it.
We Specialize in Custom Ranches BusIness City II I[ happy. She and Hog Eyes
,gervicing both areas Rentals recalls.] "I knew he' ..couldn'tffi&s
Homes -
Cut i Extra Lengths were finally reunited. ..
WASHERS. Materials. "We :Take A ,Personal "Interest

t.e 'TELEVISIONANYTHING Cement I' *- Mortar" Mix- In Your Requirements" i the Clay County PTA'had High School and Junior High MiN

.ELECTRICall Sheet Rock Midway: Keystone Heights made 1.ri'the line of educational School boys and girls tonight

,work guaranteed 'servic Mill OD Up U at MJdcUeburr.I. Melrose standards and teachers' Thursday at 7:30. The group :iff :rI
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ing: .customers- ... 'Hlway 21 Open Sunday salaries.. : j f will be well chaperoned. They, "'I ii ? i6 4, I
1' "" Phone BU 2.5272MILLWR1t OR 6-2981 A round of applause 'was I will meet at the'fneh: Ure: :rr ,
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I .. given Capt. and Mrs.. Richard I end will return to the fire- 6

Lovorn for the lovely piano -> liouse. for.refreshments after
BOATS v __ I :r::
RESTAURANT' .,.: they had donated to the the singing portion of the >fy

The BOAT Barn iteystone school It stands in the cafe- I evening is" over. ,

I torium' in place of the old i \p lories. Apologies REDWOOD e ,

']DOSE GS, .5,2701 Mill-work Shop Meet Your Friends one,, which was past retire-i: I Last week in the report.on
CABINETS DOORS atLawrence's ment'age.. .the Woman's: Golfers Associanon : : ,' sx,.

WINDOW. .FRAMES President Tolford announcEd -:I of the Keystone Coun- i '
NRUDESAUS that the Gyms name Completely] pre-cut so they -. x
$ SCREENS. Dinette Jungle were try Club the of Frieda !

!Tia: Material*. FOOD' ; .Being repaired, and: outlined t! Wyman was- omitted" :. Mrs. fit together asjlasjly as chil ,. .-.....
SERVICE Sashl.Made To older 11 a.n.to:9,- :three possible' projects for Wyznan is: the. Chairman of dren's: building logs. Main,.- ter

'Keystone. Bc tEPACKAGE \ Open Mon. thru Saturday p. m. the,year;. ;New playground the Board,. and head of ,the ten nce-free as a lodge 'canbeSolid .1

equipment,.public> address.and Tournment Committee. From redwood logs never ; '
Sunday '
STORE ,j Intercom system, &rid'g- what we hear, she was the need paints-resist decay, i

FLOICIST, .. Hiway: 21-Keystone- Height, tags for all the children. orie most instrumental informing won't be attacked by termites.

;L.: ",.:< -;, A fine Christmas'"programras this organization.. ': F.: _.... .
Aluminum windows and :f-1l / >i
Edna William. ShaughnwysJPACXAGE ', "\ 'put on'by the third and One publicity chairman I ;, f ....*'> < ." :' .,

FLORISTNjR8ETFLOwIs 8TO&E WELL DRILLING fourth grade children, of Mrs. I gave us a report;on club activities s TWMllODGE, screens. .._.L. 4 ..' .-...

William Wood, Mrs. John which included state- '
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For, An OeeasleaiMelrose j SUNDAYS -- <' Hall, and Mrs Frank Jones. ment about Key'Sargent. We Resort Retirement Permanent: Homes l"10. orn. bay g, a emeaose ws 'want

. Phone: 'GR 5-2331;; ,gega9onelMeiroseTay WELL DRILLING We were especially impressed reported, as per instructions Ii _tverjon* to luar thus YiMda v h./.May''

eery. when ,the third; graders Sang that Key was back at workon See Model Home and Office !
GAS-BOTTLED REAL ESTATE FCMPSMATIJEWS' "Silent NJgMriinSpanish' : the house Where he suffered you hart: boundless cKeer and 'much hit a

t -, t ," -n' slwl( .After s the, entertainment, the accident that had such Route 21 (Jax Hiway, ) Keystone Heights II coming yewly

.p punch,.and: cookIes were ser* disastrous results. .
Keystone Gas Go. 1 C. J..,PeW; .:O'ConnorREALTOR : :_ the,P ts athe:s.. :Mrs 'M, M. &r ent.However Key's II I II'I ,.-*- ..,.-. .... .,

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U iY the -able d.irecilon\\ .of )..irs.CUadyce Tray 'evening; pec.; 29. :AJ1 .. c eltleR e.d.-wtth' he.donationzTorhriet I Monday. evening- .. Mrs I. McConnell been visiting with Mrs.. Anna I j .

wn :; r Bachtna .-jeill .givei teenagers In ithe; ..grew Are .fir. .kerf,. 1>"tUje':. t, enln1itbr,[ : as' I J ers\6a Sltdday.YPprls { a retired schoolteacher James, and with their sons in For The Best'Deal Anywhere w...
Sadred Concert. Mass villjKglnjat5l27mWt vited; to";attend.; There,,,1.11 .7 Yfl ., )n.:, an f8 rt ask d f. and her1 husband' arefrom Ocala and Tampa. They own .

HIGHLIGHT'S_ i ( \ght, and the music dancing 'grid'-efresh- .'utld..; ',ett, .,A'- .1 coital ct.\'r"! :"' ef.: lemnns"34ut Cochranton, .Pa., which property in Keystone Heights. ', See -.-
\1 that had a 'I
) tyusle will be \aames': A. Soj>." ments.'Mrs. Lena Clemens '..isIn ;#, ,P.\1 ;; i f t" wlt' fight oalslst is .more or less, a ,suburb of i; We. discovered we :
.&"'&M a... A ''i.van's'Ohrlstmas.Carol4faMMrs. : harge:, 119ft.....rpp'"....'C't'1".n d1trbied,., ; 1 ber ti In a ,11an1>ij our fA-mer home. town of number of tputual 'acquaintances I

tFrom Preceeding-Pdgl 'r Janet Lamm is !the for-I inJtP } 'Staff And Wives 'tom: tet1 atria- 8. kij:1s"fQa or Q4en 4ioy6e ,,1 or ,f. meager} t MeadVille Pa. They; came to\ and one.or two mutual ,ROBERTS' CHEVROLET

yanbt.Rloists. I kpioy c11stu1 ts rirtf : : 1ng1\ l1q on Oec.-9. :Florida Last 'month and: have friends.

} &lhg lowly, fie Js not -yet t tdble .. wail 'be'Mrs.'Estellesapxano 1 r On Friday :evening, dec. ,:#.d'Js1Yj.1 'ik p t e'1rtsme'p'l}' ;This'd' eek 'R "iI tssionft' I. : : ;

to Ulo iany:sort ol :wprk: ,! \ (r'JSt.Ed: 's .t ,AND OLDSMOBILEf
Piibee, :-Mrs. )rlarr I 45, members, 'at the Operating ptAter .. y'
ills it 1any friends mope fie two' : 'jl\e\ ,entertaim ent, Fke. aerpich3 :were I IUJ held ,
'I "lirs..1G1ajyceB sta.nat the (Pont
a t-Raker, Aso pmno-; .
Dial's Business ;
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continues to ; AUTHORIZED -
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the enjoyed danctog syn\ '
chmann,.contralto; I min s-"Tr ( Kidge and High- group _. > .
,And we 'are son that the fend ',Leo lU1Jl n baritone.i[*and-and their wives enJoyl'Ed until,midnight, at which, 1Mn, ( d rU \aY evenm s. a'hd4I :" ttft. us Glass -. We HaTe 1CCA I 4".
name of Carol Wolfe was left*| Other choir members include' their annual Christina the bus re-loaded and d. r! >a| said t'-boQT# StEdings. l .L':'WHITE dr' VISITs Ph. 3033 Green Cove Sprins, Ice. :: ::

.out of the ttccountof the I,I I I r .ms1 Arftii T3(3uno6gli? LAfrs. Staff: Tirtsr at the University ed for Keystone Heights \and atd's' ,' ;f.} a1Jf morn-s !on FOR AT& GLASS "NEEDSHI'S .. L" _f .*..*

Orange ParklBaiketljallia&aeij\i i bu'''Nebon. -Mrs. -tlean*Fox.; Inn IIn Gainesvllle.A 1 Starke. Music for dancingwas aY ,

Carol was one 'of the scoring, !I: firs. Bee Cooper .Mrs. Mary I chartered Greyhound. furnished by the Star '.as"1niU-as .on Sunday 1 ; lliV "{;[ASS :CO.

forwards.: ;t(. tSch etter, fMQ:'! denale- picked up couples of partygoers lighters,.from .Starke, mommg.91bt'r! M dniapt M ssli11t1'sQp .
Sacred Concert Midilfilit Ann Schaeffer, News fErwn St.. \ H (NOT INC.)
Mary ,
raens. in Starke, and then : 1"A"
t 'tit .t : 'arid St.\\: ..
lilac<8ohediited, For 'B@rntce1Erdtie.'IDentseabO. esme onto: Keystone"freight J:1': .lnUdaY.Decw O.lth: }: nw. .' "F r erJtoe'Peters Glass Co.: ] &.''/

St. nVllliatn's Hackie Fox, {Butch ,Fox/.pavid: to pick, up the';:local group, te.en!agqd{ \ girls.-of: St.. / 1ne.* lbeROMa.I)Yi ) phrjstmasEre. f., ,,'e, 'Design'' Modern 'Store Fronts" /

It is'--Official ''now., There GahaeWer, Jimmy :Fox ;and 'Artec. -,:'ibstes!. isftt a. ,i'DecoraUng3party" '' ...17' Oors' :Just'Mail Us A Pattern :For poor S1dATfRAl5
; and{proceeded to? tQalnesvllle. lri Parish l r. j ua : bert .*| '
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will be MidnightMass: at St. tHerbieWclson.-Jr. : Table
:*tae : --soh Tpps / ,
'There alal hour, Sunday 01- i
was all 75f ,
Hpiise< for ,the :
Church 'in Keysi4ne Open! House For Teenagers '
,. WAS 'fepertt the *? ackso1" \hOorst1nt4'a ]I 4th PL Gainesville?Fla. Phone:FR2-4353
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after children.
teenage jroupjof ; rand .. .. -
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I girls :"WlllUm' I ved. ,,Bdside> every.Jatiy's plate :Decorating -
I 11:30: Sunday night: and of fSt. Mrs. George' Young ,ieystonB > I-

I ChriStmaS Evel 'the .Choir ofBt.William's Church will 'be(host;.At topen I was a .lift-' (rapp_ ed box Tee cnHdren;and playing.r rehearsed games,their.the. 1R lights; _' .i]II I .. :.r.- --"- ',--'.. -...!' t llw" _. e Rau,

Church 4. .__. _, under._ I.liouse-.in' the,,INiasohic. {Hall >on which :tproied tojbe) 'viaof\ Christmas J pageant. .tCa4' >t..=And Mrs; L. J.Bl.eblei!i -
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Adults of: t., l ni1e'a; ;,,had 1Ieigl1ts: Captl, BelJle[ .'is -re'from iI jlol'pJ.} InlTtjy
arms Party:;.on*\W; 4z1e8- ,
died ffie"DY S.ArinJ
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diyeywiing at the, home ;:
I Mr.;stud:ftou *C.sJ..#$onntfr. 'rliy'are -i1\'ing'1n -the,'itumans .v1.1 J i Yr ti:
;JLake "XJ ieM
Hostesses C. tpn
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ro Mrs. -'Blebie 'is "Mrs. ltOWaid'1I f rH' 17 r A43jFtixOrANE
"Mrs."Amy" "McElrath I

King and iih. LP. .ilMife.fA ,;. ..;)'ti' ker'8 Biater- ;. 1 f fi [
Key Sargent, who is recuperating -I i
'Your rmdow f final rehearsal of theChristmas : t tJ wl
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pageant.>will'be, WAIVI (IIANQEO'ON'iMI tool. MEANS SitiffAcnoM ei/AUNHir'
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held on Saturday,=oe 23-at ; I i ii V .W114f

I 10 A a.full m. day' iJKhedtheJte' being ., *thiS rife,week\-flctty: in, lEnd Cocoa tfretr with. chil-his i =D cperble -,- cer olnsicai 'Ii $larJreBu Eers MPplies -f

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: d 24., At grSO-Ji.: tJri., JJ M hlng, !i ban a*ppst t ]o able} II I STliRH : S [fl'I1dTJS.pfi'T.' .215, E.*Washington. St. Phone 96.1201To1'
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q 1 ix Prayer' Service? will &e jef n t tiling ,-lytr. and : -

: ducted by the .Y brig ;P 1i. .::.Mfs!, .James_. 'AtcConnell_, on I. .. N.-...q
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In lieu of a setmon-'ttte

CRYSTAl CLEAR SHATTERPROOF PEAS dfeh will present'their Christmas .aaysyx: yr J xctny'S M M g" r' a'rdIN}. YC' hRY{ n'A ,Q JCft 'rak'f7tY" AKac'a. +tiwKS h igxa@w a rr tx, wJ.GJq',: ill urn
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stoty read by.11etfaall. ).v..l..\M..,>r,vrt:y.>.+.p::?+; t,,. Y.ay : .. ;d. v { ...
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k Ufter tbt>' .l Morning' Prayer: ::.i,+r,F... .r3fn+r' RVS'n ;.>.., ,: ., r n ftM io.

r -S rvice, brunch wifl he serve& +aW Jr.\! "it..S":' ,M.'Wy4 I ti y
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will | change
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aft ...i .fcifts, liavlng drawn "names > "
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( ;kHuntlejr. iRtdfedrn. Jr., assisted : .f.r r :( :15c.t\::, r rr $r ..mm.: : : ". k' r"% ,
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f 1 > *wIves, will be 'm 4.K M..r..Yr\ ,6.y ',.. < .v!
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:Holds In I :Heat : x f y +
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&inr carols.pn: routeAlter ; : ;: ? 'r s 'Cd YoN'. r'.. .., xH'y : .ilI.-V I
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Fuel the ,hayride theyfcftlbe-.served ,',: ; r.?,: :?: : t.
Saves 40 'On '
,I TOa % refreshments at the IA- \ } 'It?
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'Mee home on Keystone Lake. yi .rikK Y'rtn.r.4 Q. y ,:Kr:. : ,5,,xr. ., ,

a \ -, Costs So Unit.! '\ .Miss Suzanne LftM e ihd .. to .,.. ,.ymrS..:J.c;t Cwxy,..t:. + #,'.,.:: y7C ;. ?r.a .i:: tx 1 t:, % } V Af

} : x Anyone Can Afford II I! Henry' Hall" are in charge of ,'' ya, a.;;' ''r ; SJr A k '4i. :riirw,:3
j .Compare the low cost;light weight '.e4 .tills activity. : ''' .:' +; }NAf! u,r+r .Mf h Ci "''!'i
convenience and weatherproof ; n t' .. y ,
The day's. activities 'Will 'y" ,. }. r .! .
qualities of Warp's Flex 0-Glass .::: 4;: : VV rAr? :b.r :R rCp '
culminate at ll:80-p.Tn.: at ,- .
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breakable glass. V V:1:1
with expensive, : ,f .ct
the church, for the traditional Jt

:_ V "V So Easy. Anyone ,Can. Do It CUT WITH SHEAIS .Midnight Service of Holy ,,'fx'v.vyFvr : <,. *. ..t F. \ ". : ..

+ It takes,only a few minutes' to Communion. ;, 1 ." '' I
V put up any of Warp Shatterproof t .... .
l News From St. Wnna1 -
., Window Materials.. It's so easy #y:>t:; t i r t t fit' '. aS q .'. kf.f-byiF ,

that even the womenfolks enjoy On SunJay. Dec 17, 'trie ':!. !.{ ..'" ..

i +> 'doing it. Don't let cold weather choir members met. for ,their ,. ,.." .
Get ,
catch unprepared
you regular Sunday practice and .
Flex 0 Glaaa'now! V tR ,rY?.; Vt.t. : a }
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+:. VTI-O-CUSV GuSS.0.NlT. ft1ElN-GtA3S. TACK ON tried especially i hard :: t s 'tx'a'fi fi :. ''.." .
rU.OJANE,1OLY< .?AN & (ASY.ON KITS SECVREIYlaiivyiri 'every number was taped and f .

w1da.Id1arWar/IlotOcgrIlit. then played back to 'them so .,( i.L. J t ..' 7s. ,'r". ..

that they might ,correct any, .. ..
t 1 1 / 1 1 i mistakes. :Recording : o1
/y was a. 3 r lI'i.a saw--a K 1 y' If9tg
'done by Herb Nelson. t't .
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._, YT1YTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTT, r son.Officers list news and schedule. All
'' of the llth grade I meetings start at 7:30. Mon
: are as follows: Booker T.Marshall day, Faithful Few Club. Tues-
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY president; Robert Mack day, Senior Choir practice.
%: vice president; Bettye Crum Wednesday Prayer .M eting.
*' [By Elizabeth Givens secretary;Sandra Long, assistant Thursday Woman's Home
secretary; A. L. Williams .Mission and Junior Choir
wj A&AA.AAAAA&AAA&&AAAAAA&&A& AAAAAAAAAAAAAAANews treasurer; and: Mary Perdue practice. Friday, 7 p. m.,, the
hooi ,,tries and: our country. and Adam Houston, business Junior Department will "present '
w RJE was led: in the Christmas There were wonderful per- managers. their annual Christmas I Id
.., spirit with an annual formances from the little Holiday Parties program.
Christmas! program held Dec. children, under the directionof Most of the classes made The pastor and officers
;.,13 in the cafetorlum at 9:30: Mrs. Lennon and Mrs. Lee, merry with parties to celebratethe ask all Auxiliaries to make
GRADE "A" D*. & DM
r arnL-by first grade classes. first grade teachers. Christmas season. Gifts their report at the usual f
M' Rev.' Albert Dell, one of our The 11th grade class sponsored were exchanged and all enjoyed '- time Sunday instead. of Sun- 0
*young .ministers,.participated a wonderful Christmas a friendly fellowship. day morning. Mary Mc- Op STOa SWIFT'S PREMIUM BUTTERBALl
in this program by reading program on Dec. 14 under the Mr.Kopelousos,owner of the Bride, reporter. Rev. Louis
.* the'Christmas. story from St. direction of Mrs. E. K. Wil- Garden Restaurant, added to McKay pastor; or W-D BROAD BREASTED C
A J.uke. and offering prayer. liams. Members appearing on the joy by having a cake baked Singing ,
for Mrs. Eunice E. Portis, an, The Trumpeters Gospel
Mr*. Lennon served as mis- the program were Sandra !
tress of ceremonies and Mrs. Long, Glory Cummings, employee at the Garden and Singers will be presented in caN ITAMIt cattN
!.M.: J. Lee gave the meaning Booker T. Marshall, Robert mother of Lille Pearl Portis, a a musical program on Dec. FREE ITAMI[
of.Christmas in foreign coun- Mack, and Flora Belle Hud- 7th grade student. The cake 24 at the First Born Churchof SOd.c6J.
,. was enjoyed by all who attended the Living God in Starke.
the party given by the Elder Howard'' is the host TURKYS.
7th grade. pastor. Soloists for the group {.
Civil DefenseAll are Walter Brown and Dorothy .
? \ persons interested in organizing Talfair Also appearingwill WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR
or enrolling in a be the Angellite Gospel NEAREST WINN-DIXIE STORE
class in Civil Defense, please Singers. All singers have been Void''After Limit One Coupon To Adult With .
contact ,Principal Eddie invited. Zephaniah Lane, Dec.. 23 A'S.OOormoreFOodOrder 8 to 18 .Pounds 18 Pounds & Up
; Thompkins at RJE high schoolor reporter.
Mrs. L. M. RoY 1.'923 Flor- Allen cnapel I Church, Rev.
ida St. There must be 15 en- L. A. Sampson pastor, will GatEN ITAMVS cEN t1AMIf '
rolled to organize a class. observe Trustee Day this
k\ Entering other counties you Sunday starting with Sunday Quantity i ,Rights Reserved _.Prices Good Thru December 0 urJ .
can see the sign entering the School at 9:45: a. m. Morning I r
.,... Civil Defense area. It is our Service, 11 a. m., and the
1 1 desire for you, as parents and Youth will present a Christ- \Swift's\ Premium Canned Lb. Lb. f!
citizens of Starke and Brad- mas program at 6 p. m. All
ford County, to help us organize Sunday School members will
so that sign will be be :given a little gift. All : r
posted on our county line for members and friends are invited -
':t;.. the protection of our children. to attend all services. HAMS
Prof. Thompkins asks all interested Members are asked to; t
o. citizens to please helpus please report to the leaders! .
organize a class. for the benefit of the church. "1 ,":. ::
Peculiar Pecans The chairman of the trustee

Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crum board, Mr. Thompkins, $ 99 y r ti va:,, \
have a pecan tree that bears needs'the loyal support of all 1 Tz
41 a
I t'.t double pecans. Their son, members in this effort. :
Kay you know a Christmas Season Chester Jr., keeps all the
double nuts for sale for his TTTTTYYYTTYTTYTYTTYTRISING
own profit.
Filled with Peace and Happiness, Church News

New Bethel Baptist, Rev. A. ; /frozen specials '
..... .
Vinson pastor. Church Con-
FfcJ" .,
ference will be held Friday AM Hi FloridaOrange

Charley E. Johns Agency night pastor,,Dec.along 22 with, at 8 the p.m.Deacon The Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones Juice 3' a-O SMjSuperbrand .

and family had as weekend Chocolate, Vanilla, Strawberry
Board are asking all membersand
guests Mrs. Jo Ann Osteen *
Ice Cream 59
Charley E. Johns officers to please be pres-
Yz Gal.
,.. and eons end Mrs. Osteen'smother
ent. This conference is one of Thrifty Maid Low Calorie

t' .. Hazel Ritch vital clearance importance and recommendations Financial-I!. Little Darlene of Jacksonville.Jones cele- ,Ice ,Milk I H Gah.49*
Ona Jacobsen brated her second ,
are the important factorsof birthday Jesse Jewell Breast or Thighs -ft
business. Come prepared to anniversary on Dec. 11. FryerParts 2 : 99* ,
I' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nor- P
give new suggestions on how Morton's Frozen .
man had as 'weekend guests
"' .. to standards.improve-our Deacon Christian Julius Mr. and Mrs. Minza Royal of Meat Dinners 2, For79rJ.
"a *
Royal, reporter. Morton's '
and Mrs. Edward Nor-
Bethlehem Free Will Bap- Fruit Pies i 3 For $1. ..
man arid Mrs.-Jo Ann Osteen
Attention Livestock Producers! Stewart
and souse and mother were I r 4
visiting last.Sunday with Mr. Polished Pecans Ce 43 ,
If you have hogs or and Mrs. Ray Morris, Mrs. .
cattle to, sell new or In :. ;';Pt. fas'a Elvlee Jones and Mrs. Maggie r. .. +
I'the future please' con.r c Norman.Mr. i ALL STORES WILL BE s
tact one ,of the buyers 1 A and Mrs. Gordon Jones 5OIS&iHG s COUPON FOR CLOSED 1 QUICK FROZEN LARGE
at COpeland SausageCeiipany .: and family visited Mr. and $ Stamps I e
and give them Mrs. Orrie Guarino Jacksonville A* YM Nt.it WWH-DUU. Cq f c SUNDAY/DEC 24 Q i
la Addition To Thou
an opportunity to buy Sunday. Earned Whea Toy Purchase Regularly t I MONDAY. Die. 25 j j e n 5 Lb.Boston .o.J,
yon? uvestock.COPELAND. I ANY TWO I So, that our EmployeeloclnPailiello
a Farms' Salads enjoy the Holidays with

OFFERS YOU BEST r ,..1t: 50 VOID AITER DECLMIER 23RD Families. Butts Sunnyland.J. I

4 4 BIG ADVANTAGES! WISHES 7 so &.PLEASESTOCKUPEARLYthere.................. Pork Roast (* 39* Sausage I J.Lb.- Bag 3r

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T. Cash market day. 1.'JA. \ .J
every -'. t SO gq ? MAINE RUSSET Fine For Baking, Frying, Mashing

2.3. No Special commission.consideration given to meat 7 o c 1 '-,,., 1 MS M flIPS! Cq I Potatoes 10 BAG'LB.1 39

type hogs leM4itioaT.noselegulor" tT 4
4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient 1.i End Whea You PurchoseDo.i GOLDEN BANTAM

quantities. May you enjoy peace .::: M. o OF Waffles FROZEN Fancy Corn 10 EARS- 3 9 J

"' and happiness during t DECEMBER URO
CALL COLLECT HOward 2.3011FOR 50 50 '
Jfccfi* ; Large Green Stalks

CLAUDE PHILLIPS, PRESTON POLE. the coming New Year.fgfT 0 50 ...os'I f forgelStiiM I


v IS-S&M Green Stamps I ..................
Copeland8AUSAGE ArYow NMIM WiH-O d. cRE Palmetto Farms'
la Addition To Those Regularly" Mp=
Peyton Florist Pirn. Cheese
1.at4Wb.Yo.'urcha. I .
_U-oz. *
May the warmth of this Top Wip! Topping cup 59

Christmas Seasoa 50 So

BUSINESS DIRECTORYUTO i I i Abound in TOUT home YOUR CHOICE Limit 1 at this price with Order.

Throughout the year.
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n : Ed Prevatt's Garage SINCLAIR SEBYICE Funeral Home f

- ftODT 'FENDER REPAIRS New RADIATOR Cores SERVICE Complete Auto Service 1 : YOUR CHOICE- Limit 1 at this price with Food Order. or ASTOR
SoddingFluihlnr. -
Tires BaUerieft-AcceaoziM, t

- ,.COLLESIOX SERVICE Grinding. Crank Shah .542 MMfson Electric Welding. H92801AUTO I SHORTENING 3 r 59

.Pinilnf! \ Uatd11nl Lawn Mower, Motors BepairaT CAN 1
: mi1: : BafraiATEa! Phone 9&t-01S4 TIRES
Phone K924KMSI Or 964-3861

K. Temple, Stub So. Walnut Starke Starke Recap Co. v MINOT p Special > Save 6* A Can
AUTO SERVICE Pappy Btolstoa, Owner Mgr,, i
.,.. gypping for Can & TruttsONE .
Dodd's Service & DAY SERVICE
AUTO PARTS NEW TZRB3 AT SAVZNQ8 Cranberry Sauce 300 25j

GENERAL Auto KEPAIBINQIntem.tional Sales AtJTO.U1'E"BATl'BR.I Phone 964-M21 Cans 3W 3 j

Starke Motor LifetlsnnSESTONS 135 N. Temple Stub.
Muff ler5 I RLI Pkg. Brown N' Serve

Parts Co., Inc. Tires.528 8.Batteries Walnut 864-3861 Accessortea FARM Brownlee SUPPLIES& iD li".io :39j

fear Local NAPA Chasteen TOE4CH PKGSLAHD .,,
Jsbbee Per Starke "66" Service ANDEVERYONE _
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Bill Edwards i ..
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Cor. Brownlee & dark .1 ; :
Phone 64-OS01). 964-0811. WE BRAD SPECIALIZE SERVICE IN -|prateS & PIutiI'Yoar 0* SUNSHINE Quarters Limit '1 at'this priceBUTTER with $5.00,..order or more.
OF ,
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Wheel Balancing &' Align e t I ".r.. ,( -
P nu Supply store" I >'- p ,
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AUTO,REPAIRS Phone' 94-881 Cor.. IMh A'CJt.erri' :ca.WELDINfrGARAGE .;' f I -. :JJt 'I: y > ,

A'! _.. 817 N. Teffige,' State. v !I; ;:CJeseti 23rd tbru ash .u. ,. % ,1"l Pkg 5 g,

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Garage _.' .. Thorns,We Wing. I I Reep m eiw L 27th 1.- -f.? i-: L I
Standard 01 Serriso / c 'I Suva 10' ;. gv .
T AUTO ALL REPAIR KINDS WORK OF ATLAS lleetrio, -. A--Vfrt.0 'W1Jlh.- 'I, Starke:'Recap -- {{t: ;i :
,., TIRES & BU7 IRS. *VXAEA A tV ULEA wTdBBT A* -:WEt 2rHtI l I I'WGfkOUInab14 ; {
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'' 9tt4 Phone '994-' 'il40'j ,. U6 >W. &Owi.ee 844661. j Giant! 7.SI.sT
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