Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 28, 1961
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03615
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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::1. ___; _' wa IP Fourth Storage Largest Tanks In ,To.WorldThe Be' $8,350,000, To Be Spent

o r vtt largest refrigerated Houston 'Gas 'Corporation's '

f fI liquid petroleum storage tankin extraction plant;; soon to be On
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I the United States-and the under construction in south- During

,3 fourth largest In the world- west Bradford County. I
will be constructed at the The facility Will provide -

,1: i .,;; rf' storage ror'7f omll:; to 12'million ..,." n .. ".. 1962 might be "just another year" to some people,
: '_ w- fe1yr I Welfare% Checks gallons of LP gas. At Employment Tax I t 0.j;" n but to Bradford County it's slated to be an era of

___ present there Is" ;orie larger. ,,,, progress with well over $8 million being poured into
than this in1
I England and _. )Ii
II I I IF ". new projects.The .

II II I I Stolen From construction two larger In ones Japan.'are under The ToBehicreasedAfter huge figure includes' the new hydrocarbonsgas

: 1 Y : C,. Ax f C I one to be built here will be 4iti. .\'/ ( ) plant at Brooker, 8.166 miles of'U. S. 301 to be,
I fourth 'in size.Groundbreaking: :- four-Ianed, and in Starke, a sewer project, additionsto
JL4 I Negro WomanThe for the January the post office and hospjtal a new Florida Bank at

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I Mil take place early- in, thenew '- A more exact but still approximate figure on the seven

Strawberries For Christmas! Sheriff's. Department Bradford County Is investigating structiori year;scheduled'with heavy.to: con-; i,will. Federal be increased employment January taxes 1, projects listed is $8,350,000( plus a figure yet to be.

start i-1962 released, on the nut..? hA,1r..
the theft of four. to March. Target date for on all wages paid after -- -- ---- -- --
ar A major portion of that fig- Clearing of the site will *\
Santa welfare checks from the December 31, 1961 accordingto begin
appeared at The Telegraph office last Saturday In the per- completion of the plant is.November -
son of Ned Coleman, one of the county's well-known strawberry growers. It I mailbox of an elderly Negro 1962. District Director of Internal into ure, $6,250,000 the will be poured in January with heavy construction -
county with
the construction -
woman, Victoria Barnes, who Revenue Laurie W. Tomlinson.The .
The Houston Gas scheduled to start in
seems he determined Corporation -
was that The Telegraph editor in 1961 should have of
lives in the Pleasant Grove ,Federal Insurance, Con- a new hydrocar
strawberries tor Christmas dinner, just as CoL W. W. Moore, the paper's section northwest of Starke. million has announced a $30 tributions Act tax will .be increased bons plant near Brooker.. March.. The plant itself will
founder did In' financing plan for extension cost $5,500,000:
1879. and
According to Deputy Sheriff of 300 miles of natural from 3 per cent to 3
Last week we ran an editorial on "Strawberries for Christmas," and Dolph Reddish the checks, totaling ''gas lines to '15 cities 1/8 per cent for the employee Berry Growers construction will runaround

concluded with a broad hint that it would be mighty nice to have a pint for $181, were stolen from and companies. W. J. Bowen and employer. This is the social I 1 $750,000.Another .

Christmas dinner. Air' Coleman was kind enough to take the hint and last the elderly woman's mailbox president of*the firm, said security tax which the employer -I major project will

Saturday brought in a fine quart of berries for the editor, and another one which is not in sight of her that $19 mon of the total is required to withhold from \ i 1i't: Glad Freeze be the four-laning of U. S. 301

for our farm columnist, Sam JIcGarvey. He was also on the way to the bus home. Envelopes containingthe would be spent to Florida. the employee and which the di:' ::.. ;.,.:': south which will cost
station to the checks were removed and Bowen said thai employee is required to pay a ;Z ; :
ship beautiful "flat" of berries, shown in above photo to rela- cost of the
opened with heat, then resealed like amount. 003.02 with construction on
tives In Georgia. expansion from the main Mc- -
and placed back In the Allen,* Texas base through The Federal unemploymenttax ... .ttrr.- .' Delayed Season the 8.166 mile stretch to the
Mr.; Coleman and other Bradford growers picked their Christmas berries mailbox. Reddish said the four will be increased from 3.1 Alachua
states to the Florida bor- County Jine set to begin -
just in time, for temperatures Christmas morning dipped into the low woman apparently thoughtthe per cent to 3.5 per cent. Thisis :
der will 15.
cost about $11.5 mil 1 "Most growers think it was January W&M Construction .
20's, with record-breaking cold, following a state was not sending:: her the Federal unemploymenttax ,
warm fall. lion.
Berries n' .. .. a good thing the freeze came Company of Willis-
now win be "set back" several weeks, but checks and found out no dif- ,which is due'for a calendar "" ton has the
growers are generally pleased, Another $12.1 million will along to hold the crop back until contract and 230.
since It will keep them off the market with shipments from competing ferent until she contacted the I be spent for construction of year from any employer who me regular season," was the working days to complete the
markets in welfare department in has four or more employees on Huge Turnip
Florida. Florida pipelines and new way. Market Manager J. R.
Gainesville. A representativeof at least one day of each 20 Job.Taking
At any rate, we'had I compressor stations. Wainwright summed upweek's this the remaining pro
our strawberries
for Home
calendar GrownThis
Christmas dinner, thanks to that department then weeks in the year. jests to
descending order
Mr. Coleman. cold spell on BradfordCounty's by
i contacted the sheriff's office The increase applies to wages
cost the
Judge To Hear paid after December 31, 1961 strawberry crop. Starke sewer project
here.Reddish : 10-pound turnip grown According to Wainwright the comes next. According to City
said the checks regardless of the date the -
wages by Leslie ,Whitehead of the freeze on Monday and Tuesday Council Chairman J. D. Doyle
Negro Resisting 5th Straight DefeatTornado were stolen in September, Legal Dispute were earned. Long Bridge section, is' additional knocked back the bloom and the entire project, to Include
October, and December and The social security tax of .
proof of what, .can be young berries, but there is a new sewer treatment plant
I Arrest ,,Shot investigation showed that the Over Houses, self-employed persons on self- produced on fertile Bradford some fruit left. Picking' is several trunk lines, and line?'
fourth check employment income will in-
Cagers Lose Two MoreIn was taken as ;
County soil, combined with scattered, he said, and not under U. S. 301 south, will cost
far back as September of crease from 4.5 per cent to 4.7
By DeputyA Final, arguments will be favorable weather .conditions. enough fiats came throughthis somewhere around 350000.
1956. Two of the checks per cent for 'taxable after
were years
heard' by Circuit Court' Judge The huge turnip was smooth week totally or attract a Doyle emphasized that the fig.. ,
cashed at December 31: This tax is
40-year-old Starke Ne- GUS Christmas Tourney Carp's DepartmentStore George L. Patten 'on January 1961. and solid, in spite of its mam-: major buyer. ure is not exact.
and two at paid with. the regular income .
,Iro, W. J. Lee.was shot in Stump's De- 4 at. 10 a. m. on the dispositionof moth size. Mr. Whitehead also An early season would put The 301 south portion of the
the back by a Negro deputy partment Store, the deputy six' hOUses on! Pratt Street, tai. had :one that weighed seven us. into too much competitionwith project however, should .co3t'
sheriff, Lottie Williams Though Coach Erwin Land'sbasketbaliers Ocala. and 48-27 to. P. K. said. Fingerprints of several I involved in a complicated legal'J .Railroad Retirement Tax' Act pounds. Plant City and Miami around ,160,000,. according to

on-- Christmas.Day when the still came out on Yonge In the December 20 -and suspects are being compared tangle for they past 'several .1taxf.i'wiU be increased on compensation In recent /weeks .The Telgraphilias e- area,Wainwright cakL Only 200acrestt'berries' city njlneers. Construction 'n.

deputy Was attempting. to arrest the. losing end of the Christmas 21 tourney. to Gainesville, but now.he said. years:1", : -*' "- paid for's ices : -also nut picture-Of \ are'-grown '!n' the road will begin In'Januar/;

him. Tournament 'at''Giines they, were much Improved .Judge Patten has already rendered after December 31, strawberries and watermelonsthat Bradford County compared to the rest should come wUl :n'
Lee had called the, deputy ville High School, he ,says his when they met the Blue Wave P. 0. BusinessUp heard all the testimony from 1961, from 6 3-4 to 7 1-4 per matured here in Decemberdue 2,000'acres' In Plant City and the year.BIIghtly'.

to ;his rhome' in Reno to get Tornadoes s, are improving with m,their second'contest of thetourney. parties having 'mortgages or I cent for employees and employ-: to the unusually.warm fall, MtRmf under the sev'-'r

him to take his wife, who'Lee each game. P. K. led at halftime j Slightly liens on the houses but will hear tax will increase from 131-2 to and a mustard plant with leaves A local:buyer, Morris Carter, prdjeci\ comes the $300,000 rddition -

said was sick,'to the hospital. The Tornadoes lost 58-37 to by only 5 points. 22-17, but oral arguments from the law ers.14 1-2 Employee cent effective representative Jan- measuring.. inches across. has been paying up to $6 per to the Bradford County

When Williams arrived the pulled ahead in the. final peri- In December yers Involved next Thursday 1.The .per The warm spell came to an fiat for berries he picks up in Hospital to include a 25 bed
woman said she did not want Boys Loot od when three Tornadoes J before making his final .desi- uary income tax abrupt halt, however, with the field. wing with ancillary facilities

to go to the hospital and an fouled out."We're sion. It is expected that the withholdingrate freezes on Dec 25 and 26. according to Hospital Administrator

argument developed between School Gym, looking better now Starke's Post Office used houses will be repaired and Director has ,not Tomlinson'been changed.said that. Homesteaders To !. R. & .Edmondson.

her and Lee.According and coming along only its't 'afned personnel this $165,000 of the
.just' : sold after all the legal compli in- project will be
to Starke Police Field HouseTwo Land said Wednesday. Dee. 'December but handled mail cations' are resolved. anyone formation desiring on the additional tax rate Increase 'Plans PreparedFor Receive Exemption Hill-Burton funds from the

Chief :William: : P.. Rosser, Lee 27. "It's just a matter of time 'which saw postal receipts go At. present the, houses are call visit the Applications Soon federal government: with the

became '''violent, and attacked 16-year-old juvenileshave until we win that first one." up slightly. to a condition of disrepair from nearest may Internal Revenue or Service New Florida remaining $135,000 coming

his'wife who broke loose from admitted into the The two tournament games From December 1-26 1960 having windows broken out by Homestead from local hospital funds.
breaking office. exemption application *
1 him and ran next door to field house and gym at Bradford made it five straight losses for postal receipts totaled $8,107.27 vandals and rain hitting the Bank Building S blanks will be put ..intothe The $190,000 at 'the Stats
the residence of Ollie Mae the Tornadoes 'compared to $8,211.74 duringthe floors. Constructed two Prison at Belford
High School according to against no years mail Saturday, December Includes tli|$
same this But Forgery Charge Bids on the new Florida Bankat
Cummings of 703 Florida the Bradford County SheriffsDepartment. wins. period year. ago the interiors of the houses I I 30: according to Tax Assessor renovation of the main cfn
Street In Reno. When Led attempted machine cancellations showed a Starke.building. are expectedto block
John Williams was high were never completely finish- Returns Man laundry; and another
and should be
Gene Long
follow his wife drop of 6,200 letters this year, be let around ,the first of
to :
They were arrested Friday point man for Starke against ed. E. in'the home owner's hands by building to be m de- .rote a,
to according to Postman From TexasA February, according
Williams attempted re-'morning, December 22, at 2 a., both Ocala and P. K. with andhead the first of the year. minimum> security unit accord-
strain but the Negro ter G. J. (Mac) McGriff Jr., by Hernwall, vice-president .
him ,m. by City Policemen Kenneth Dave Ingram trailing both pre-cancelled stamps and met Ralph Powers former Bradford County cashier of the bank. Applications wijl not be tak tog to Warden' DeWitt Siniclalr.
broke from him. Fuquay and Harry E. Pride after times. Williams a tall center en in the assessor's office until The State Legislature
to when er'machines. man C. B. Brown Is in the The new building will be
Lee failed stop they had broken intc the sank 13 points against Ocala. To Speak At of Jefferson Tuesday, January 2, however, has already released $125,000
erected the
and Williams shot him Working overtime the post county jail under $2,000 bond on corner
called gym. Arrested when caught :n I to Ingram's 9, and 9 against since the courthouse win 'be of the funds appropriated forthe'
office from and Clark Streets, directly
personnel handled 6,473 after Abeing extradited
under the CC
the bullet hitting an alley behind the Florida, P. K. to In,ram's 8. Banquet Woman'Club. closed for new years. job. The main, cell block,.
parcel post of for- behind the
packages during Texas four counts present
across his on
left shoulder, going Theatre in Starke, the two tr.ldthe I sApplications also be mail dfTdck" as the Inmates call
The Tornadoes practicing may
are buildin
December. Machine Plans for the new
stopping at his cancella Ralph Powers of Lake City; gery here.
back and ged If was built In
policemen they were on I the to meet back to the assessor. No applications 1913 and is $
arm pit. Not Injured over holidays tions during 1960 totaled $132- member of the State Road Brown was returned here are in the'final stages of preparation
light need of
their way to break into t: be filed after extensive repairs.
seriously, Lee was treated at Carp tough Lake City here Tuesday, 106 compared to $125,917 to Department from this dis- Saturday from Houston, Texas he said. may Last the list '
Department Store on West CU I January 2, the same day school The bank has received April, LonglBtated.Toro on comes the
Bradford County Hospitalby date in 1961.Jaycee trict, will be' the featured where he was apprehendedon .
the Street.Held. $170,000
remodeling Job and
Then The only requirements for
after holidays.
begins at the annual ban- a description circulated by tentative permission f
Adams and put speaker
Dr. H. H. in the Bradford addition to the Post Office In
county jail. County they will take on .Macclenny.: Dance quet of the Starke-Bradford the Bradford County Sh r- the City of, Starke to bund a receiving the benefits of homestead -
In the jail on two counts the boys I Bradford withY exemption is that the Starke. Construction on this
also In the gym County Chamber of Com- iff's Department. He is new sidewalk, at the bank's
are charged with grand larcen r its newly refinished floor, Fri Set on Thursday Jan. 11. charged with forgery and expense, :from Walnut alongJefferson ,person own his home and be project is well under way and... ",
,Stores To Close for stealing 31 pairs of socks,,, day'January 5. Both and B Saturday; The.banquet will be held. in uttering a,, forgery for writing to the new building 'living in it at: the. time he files will tie complete .soon.Registration .
f miscellaneous tools, a witch,,, teams will play both nights The will be started as the application. He must provide
the building
Year's Day Open To Public the fellowship hall of, the checks totaling $90
[New. and a camera tripod, valued a1 t with the first game scheduled First Methodist Church. name of another person. The soon as plans are complete and I proof that he does own his Books:.

Most Starke stores will be over- $100' ,. from the field house,,. to begin at 6:30: each night. Starke's Jaycees are set to Jerome Johns, newly elected checks were cashed at local approved, and the bids are let, home. Are Now Open fin
;111ey are charged with I
petit Hernwall said. j jiMcRae Tangible personal propert
Jan. president, will preside.___ stores.
closed all day Monday, larceny for miscellaneous items i usher in 1962 this Saturday 'tax returns are also beingmailed

1, New Year's Day. Also taken from the gy1'1. J No t Charge FiledIn night with .a New Year's i with the homestead exemption All Precincts

closed will be local banks post Two separate buildings?, the '
party featuring dancing'from applications, Long de
office city hall and court- gym was entered with a stolen j Shooting 10 until 2. i' clared. In preparation for the May

house. offices.Bradford key while the field house was primaries Bradford Coupty supervisor
County entered after the lock and'Of HusbandMrs. 'Th e party is open to the of registration, Mrs:

students return to,their schOOl hasp was broken off the of- public and tickets are $5 per k.l t Social Sciences Marian ,!* Crosby, announces
Tuesday' Jan. 2. fice door. that registration books
>s couple. Dress Is semiformal.Proceeds Neglected Morgan'Tells are now
Lena B. Hammond. 32, ,
Christmas holidays The two policemen said they told Bradford County Deputy from the dance will 5; open in all precincts at the
arrested the boys because theyran .ri- Rotary Club following places: .
that she
Sheriff A. E. to for the Jaycees'Christmas
go pay
when caught. at the late Lawtey precinct 1- GeorgeW.
REGISTER shot her husband in the leg _ _7_
hour. Both party for children. the Roberts
boys attend Bradford : The.dinger of neglecting ; Graham precinct
December 20,
NOWFor High School. . i |,last when Wednesday he threatened to beat her Music will be furnished by _ -- ; social sciences (human behtv- 4 Mrs.. Ollie Rivers; Hampton
: Jimmy Seaman's seven piece lor) while emphasizing the precinct 5 Mrs. Pearl M
.The bullet, trom'a .38 caliber band from Gainesville one T sciences was pointed Horne Theressa, 6
301' Traffic : physical ; precinct *
1962 '
May\ pistol, broke the small bone in I of the' top bands In north : t out by H. P. Morgan superintendent Mrs. Delaney Fisher New River

Primary' Elections Increases-: : : the left leg of Guy Hammond, a I Florida.. Refreshments)will also ; ; l of Bradford County precinct 7 Mrs Eunice
sailor stationed at the Naval 1 : I
be served. schools in a talk at the Rotary Moody, and Brooker, precinct
4.1 Per" Cent : '. Air station. Hammond, hi;I i : Club Wednesday. 8 R, A. Colson. Registration

BOOKS NOW OPEN wife, and a 14-year-old daughter Sales Tax Gain Morgan said that this type I for precincts 2, north Starke,

With u. S.301. at a point 3 1-2 live four miles east ol! \. tt w of education caused boys and and 3, south Starke, will be

miles north of Waldo, had an Starke on S. R. 100. Shown In County ; ;. girls to fall easy prey to communism : taken at the county courthouse.

Deputy RegistrarsIn average daily traffic count of According to a statement t socialism or any oth AH those not now registered

5,475 during September, according made by his wife, Hammondhad For Nov'ember >. t er "Ism" that might be currently should can at the place in their
All to a report by the been drinking and threatening popular at the moment. precfaat and, be prepared to

I State Road Department. .This to do her bodily narm. Sales tax collections in Bradford : =zb9 It does not benefit society, vote In the coming flections,

County Precincts represented a 4.1 per cent increase He grabbed her, the wife told I I County last November < Morgan said, to teach a persona Mrs; Crosby states. Any chang

... over, September .1960, Deputy Brown, but she got t: showed a 17.7 per cent increase 5EL Skill, at the same time neglecting es of name or transfer from
Contributed and a 11.5 per cent 1 increase away and grabbed the pistol on]I over the same month in : to teach him moral and one )redact to another tvffl

This Space over the same month.in 1958. the,front seat of' their car and 1 1961, social. values. that win enable,I be taken care of In the courthouse

Weekly to PubliciseiCeaffiunity U. S..90. at a point one mile shot.her husband what he came: Collections last November him to employ that, skill for I she said. i

Events byThe east of Baldwin, had a count toward her. were' $ ,,; while! November Els Distribute Christmas Packages the betterment of mankind. .-i The supervisor is anxious to
i of 4,935. and U. S. 1 at Bay She then put him Intoth e I 1960 totaled 512,150.49. The speaker said that psychol It&ve the cards signed and re

Community #ard, 15 miles south of Jacksonville car and took.him to the Nava]: Clay County where the Navy s ogists had concerned themselvestoo tdfncd from persons whafatted

: had:a count of" 4, Air Station in \ Jacksonvillewhere base is closing, showed an eight ".: _'125 ,packages! were donated kets to needy families. Shown : Exalted: Ruler..,Marr-; much with the problems of to vote ia the 1960 e1ectIo u.

state Bank ", t7. S. 19 at Fannln 48'1 I he-wis; I treated.Accord. per cent decrease from $15,495 ((- last Friday" December .22, by' [I-i) ,to .the photo are J. O. | lyann.Johns, 'Jerome'Johns, abnormal behavior and not., This fiboold! be done at once,

.r, .. '--" showed a daily average ing to Deputy Brown no charges in November 1960 to $It,- the Starke His in their annual Bass Jr, Charley. Johns TI- I John Crockreli Tommy'Lewis,, enough with the behavior of Mr*. Crosby says, so there Wm

'- > 5243. have been filed. .'., 303 to November'' 1961. :distribution of Christmas? bas- 'tus..Olson, 'RaBrown_ Bobby i and George Brown., persona1 considered. normal. be 6o dlficulty! at eIect1cm1 tii ,
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Frank Mitchell of Lakeland Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Terwffle- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene. Williams Customs Differed But Christmas f
\ will spend this weekend with gar and children visited Mrs. have'had as guests Mr. ,

: his aunt, Mrs.: J. M. :Mitchell.' Cydeerwljlegari: : ,Sr.;;snd Mr. Williams' jngtljer: JlP 1 sister /J1: ihe 'Ws HaH Same Spirit; 4. -I''v- I !1

i' Mrs. R. J. ,Davis and her Ind Mrs. cnarles': Parsons\ .inSt. Mrs. !Myra Tlliams| and Mrs. W" tfi ,
guests, Mr. and jUrs. Ljeonard\: .' PefcnD'gBeac: #; addjMr.anjd Melvui Hires Oi'Fo1 ton, Via. '- ;

Smith and family of Florala\ $rs. SJ. H. ., Truloelf ins on Christmas. day;' :Mr. and: Wmicnriitmas1961: now a grand affair, and its man-

Ala., spent Christmas, night.! ntdrd aver the Christmas Mrs., !%.H. Hughes! _and matter of record, :there is agement, from first to last,

'- V GLADYS MOOTY PRONE 9644&1 with Mrs. D vis. brother and weekend.: : daught:EUen., BaWwhi. on: time to pause and' wonder *as such as to' give entire' tul a

s'ister-in-law, Mr. ,and 'Mrs. i Lee Scott9f Coronado Beach Tuesday, and Mrs. Earl Van 'just how much the "Joyous Satisfaction and delight to -

_ III Miss Audrey Carlisle of Mi-'' Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Rufus J. '.Tatum, in :Jackson, Calif.:,W the guest.of.W.ppa- Sleet and children of Sanfordon Yuletide season" has changed nIl-the young, the old, as I V' 'JD

ami is spending the 'Christmas Cressler and children of OgletheGaareholiday.guests- }iU On S turqay, Mrs. Davis. sin Byron Terwillegar. for Wednesday.Mr. in the 82 years since The well as the spectator. V II 1kfSc

Midays 'with her rnotheyMrs.th ..-. and _the_ 'Smiths 4_ "wera'guests"Sir. :.. .01 ..sever. f dlys."Mrs. and '?41.! Lewis Irby Telegraph- was ,first es-' I I y ,
V *- Carlisle. of Mr. Cressler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Dav& in ,J. M. Vlefcere and 'and' '" children were house tablished. There is no need to And a gay holiday spirit, ,

Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs. and Mrs. M. W. Cressler. Gainesville.Miss daughters of :Brunswick, Ga. guests during the Christmas wonder about the years kprior! ,was evidenced in1 other ways V
3.E.V Wilson were Sunday Mrs. Addie Lamar of Qaincy! Floried Killin. swprth..o!. 'were.Tuesday: night_.guests .ofPr. holidavs of Mr. and Mrs. to that .'because there is no )in 1879, as is shown' by this F '4V

_ guests of Col. and Mrs: H. C. spent Christmas with Mrs. J. Birmingham, Ala. is spending and Mrs. H. H. Adams. Amos rivoshein in Orlando record but'there" is ho reason account from V The Teteaph's -.. .

Wall and ,family inS. > Augus M,.* :Mitchell.V I the'holidays with her brother: Major Lewis ;H1eatt and Mr. 'and Mrs., Milton rSt. I( to fcdoubt! that .the spirit! of Dec.: 27 issue of that i iI I ,

tine. ( V,;' Mr."and- )trs. :Leonard Smith i in-law and sister, :>Ir. and Mrs daughter, Paula, :of Orlando I Peter arid MISs'Beryl Holland Christmas was the ,same, ,although year: iI I

,Mr. and Mrs. J..)3. 'Spencer "'and' children of ;FloraU, Ala. J. H. Dennis.V i visited' Mrs. Pauline Torode of'G lnesviDe' were Saturday I details ,of its observance \ '-
and J. D. Wilkerson Mrs. W. A. Alvarez of Jacksonville and other relatives Christmas varied Hon. Ned C. Wainwright I MsbecingNewYearfyjn: "
of Orlando are holiday guests of :Mrs. afternoon' visitors 9i.'Mr.JncJMrs. ; may have ,considerably i $.J
were.Christmas weekend guests Smith's mother }{n"R. J. Dav is spending the holidayswith Day. Harry Mooty and their from or customs: our popular representative in '
of their V son-in-law and Mrs. C. L. :Moitt.Mrs. .Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. today. the last Legislature assisted
daughter is. houseguests iMr. aid .yrs..C.I I to and
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I Molly Durham of Coal *' by his young patron, J. L. : yon ,. ,ihappinws
Mr. and Mrs. Mvxie Carter, McG ff and young daughter I Sanborn. and Miss ,Mary The, Christmas trees were
Jr. .fr. and Mrs., R',bert t; M cLn- wooa, W. Va. is. spending the Stacie Wynn, is reported to be busily I
> I : of Milwaukee, Wis. Lu ..sanb rn' of Lake 'Worth. there, of course -but ,there 4 '
tire' and children arc spending winter Kingsley:'Lake with engaged in organizing a first. 'lack afl4prqst: tjrI
on I
l Mr. and Mrs. G. B. CoLsoa of are spending the holidays with Mrs-JJIcG.; Bolllnger and were no "store'bought" 'ornamenb. 0 v "
-' Brooker, Mr. their Christmas vaeatioi v.itnl Air. and'Airs. B. S. Brown. Airs Strings class: "string fcand" for theason. I .
andAirs., P. F his parents Mr. and Mrs. daughters and Gerry Beth of pop. corn,
flume and r Freeman Register !e! Uv"es\in .Ojiio. I Durham. 'was", a lei'ding j churchand Green J. McGriff. Mooty were :in ,Deland on homemade paper chains, .and, ; V, We took Jforward to fenrina yb*l

in, and Donald Thomas of Law- Miss'.Diane .Blake.,of .palatka! civic worker in West Vir Miss Flora Slade l left Tuesday visiting ,Rev. and other do-it-yourself Ornaments -. An order for fourteen lid- I

tey were'ChristJriaa bay guests ".spent. jChristmas- .' weekend', with I ginia. Thursday for, Coral, Gables to Mrs..J. H. Mabnr and family. served tee purpose in (lIes, eleven banjos seven

"of-' Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson. Mr. and Mrs. Dave,Paulk. I Miss Jane WUUamspf DW-; spend the remainder of the :Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade :.879. There were, of course,, tamborines, half a dozen triangles I AUHFROM

: Friends- will [regret ta' knowS ilr. and ,Jlrs. H. G. ,!lerow1 nell n spent Wednesclay ,Eereas holidays ,as the guest of Ml- !left'.Thursday for Pompano no colored electric bulbs, because six pair' of bones, four I

that M, L.-Johns';Sr. suffered ,a 'of Tampa were Chr. tm..S week.end1 -! the, ,guest of Miss Mary chaef,O'Brien and his prenls. Beach an a' business trip until the1 electric light adjust Jaw bones, and"three swinutes I
: stroke )last 'Thursday Jqranung ,guests of Mrs. Merow's' Agnes Matthews. Saturday.Mr. been invented and it was ]have ben ordered for the Use !

and" Is ,,confined 1 to Bradford. ch'.Jctreh! .Mr. .and (,Mr3.' :!\ferrml 'Miss'Frances tan< 'r in, Sen. and Mrs. E. W. and Mrs. Henry Stefan- many years yet before Starke bf the band. ]

: County. ;Hospital.'Mrs. l. Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Miss Idell Landn, and Mr. :Mathews and the Saul Sher- elli and children spent Sundayin had electric current for read- During the Christmas holi-

: Louise! Johns of Atlanta V: -}icwaM.Mr. ? r'4VMrs.. Dick Siefferman woo '.of Cordelef, Oa. will | Gainesville with Mrr- and ing -, much less lighting. 'days the professors will perform -'

: Ga.r-Is :Spending: the holidayswitharrJaiid ..arid Mrs. Roland Blalock pent Christmas D .1. ta visit, the, Elden Mathews Mrs. .Robert Stefanelli and Christmas trees. at 1111 'the balls, hops, <

: Mrs. Chirlffr,'Cow-) and family of Neptune:) 'ijeach Brooksvilie with :their 'father family on 'New1 Ye r's''a- d Christmas day in Jacksonvilleat ,But the spirit of Christmas and shin-digs in his immediate ..

U en. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johns were Chrjstmas Day 'guests of T., Frank' .. Landrum" and ,:Mrs. attend the' Gator' Bowl game the home"of Mr. and Mrs. was.in,no way lacking vicinity free gratis, pro-,.: V -EVERYONE. At
: Of!, Gainesville, .Mr.; andMra.; 'M. ,Mr. Blalock's brother-in-law Landrum,. !and grandparents, ,JnJacksonviUe.Dl Eltert'Etefanelli..Roddy: and! the simplicity with vided the egg-nog and other: ( .

-ii : L. Johns? Jr. and .children, .an-i :and sister, Mr and Mrs. Victor Mr. and Mrs. ,J. A. Landrum. A. 'Monteith V. of Ft. : Struth will be ,leavIng which .it. was' observed. had ,a I,! refreshments are furnished :
: M} L. Johns; Sr., of, 'starke, i Fees Mr. and Mrs. Merritt 'William V Laiidedale fs' a 1 liday"guest Friday for Nellis Air distinct charm as describedby in like manner.

A were Christmas 'dinner! 'gue.stsof''the ; Mr. ,and Mrs. A. },{. Moore of ? spent'chriStmas 'Day In t.his's .iav- arid.daughter' .', Force J3ase in Las Vages. Ne- 'Col. W, W. "Webb thefounder The music made by the Professor V

: .: ,: Cowens.r 'Blackshear Ga. .spent the Eustis with his mother, Mrs.' : }Mr. and '-Mrs.-. -G. J. ,Mc- ?ada ,after sP nding'the: holidays of The Telegraph, .In and his numerous Parts 'Service.Co
weekend'with Mr. and Mrs. L. .M., H. Williams. : pfiff'jr.Mrs.: .,with his parents Mr. the following account of a end able staff is said to
) A. Dayis. Their daughter, Miss Mr ai\d Mrs..' ,, Chet, :Heater .Alice H. Mclnlosh V and Mrs. ,Merrill Struth. community Christmas tree and wonderfully ex- ']

.' ,Marilyn V Moore, spent the this! and famiiyof: Botavia, "Illrvarespending .spent,Christmas'with'Mr.. ahdMrs.C.G.Piiest. i ,Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomp- in December of 1879: hilarating. Old. people who "Service" is our Middle Name

: r I I with Miss' Jackie Colley. ,. the holidays" .,. .. with. I $pn gf ,Monticello are .spending have not danced! in forty
; : I IoridaS : f Mr. and Mrs. H. 'a; RtCII Mr.V Heaters' broth rliawan4 'Mrs. A. E. McKinney Had, the holidays ,with Mr. The Union Sunday School years are irresistably; drawn

; :spent Christmas pay in G ltles. sister. Dr. and Mi .:J:, W. as/tJhrisimas 1 day guests' 'lier and Mrs; Fred Stump. 'Christmas; :Tree, exhibited at to the center oT!thV floor by

ville with Miss MaDam re Brownlee' and ,'his mother, sister-in-law, 'Mrs. 3. B. 'Millican. EJjssa>> Stefanelli! home Sparkman's Hall, on Christmas Ihe force :and 'power of its ,

: Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Mrs.. Gerit" Van' ? Depin." ,. of :Palatka, .Mr. 'and .for the holidays from the Eve was the handsomest peculiar strains, ,when they ... r.o'

:Barksdale had"as Christmas Mrs.. Mamie Anderson and \Mrs. Roy Reddish Webster,I .Up1yer ity of Florida, and thing of ,the kind we have lide away,!through the "gid- ; V'A

fbe.atre 1:Day guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs.,Pauline Stone-of icher, ,and Mrs. 'Jetty Hazen bfGaiithlle. i 'Raymond Stefanelli is home :evcr .se n. It; contained over dy mazes of the dance" with ", :

: W. Home and son, Billy, Air. Mr. and Mrs. Paul 'Eth rdge .j from Murray State College. in three hundred presents, some the ease and grace- of "bon':: : .
I land Mrs. J.V.. Home Jr., al< of Jacksonville and C. B.,An- 'Mrs:: Arlen -McKnight l .and 'Kentucky.Mr.'and. ,of which were of much value. ;iie,lasses." I'' .

-...:..' --- i Ii of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Aiex derson: also' ,of ,'Jacksonville! son, David, will'attend funeral Mrs. T. H. Slade There were present some 78 > .f,, V : ?

_ a SAT. DEC.- 30 ':Elliott and daughter, Cynthia, spent the Christmas weekend services1 for,Mrs. :D. A. :M
.. ;.. of Charleston, 8. C., and Mrs. C. with Mrs. E. M. Davis. in' Khigstreet, S. C. Eve ,and Christmas,.Pay' 'Mr. less than two presents, Christmas custom of 82 ,
: IPouble Featlr! .rrtgr; m G. Barksdale and Mrs. Lula Mrs. W. D. Hodges and sons 'Mr. 'arid'Mrs.' T.B. Rogers. 'an<: .Mrs. !T., H. Slade Jr..and The 'J selection. ? .of presents years ago\must have taken!

:. : 1st Feature Mott ofr Starke. of Manning, S. ,C. are spending V of uftman, Ga., 'and Miss children of .Jacksonville! ). rs. andartistic_ arrange-l place in the old community ; ,
_. Mrs. Edward Burns. Dr. the week here with Mrs. :Lyda ,Rogers of Jacksonville ,'A. C. Sawyer of Jacksonville ments on the tree showed' of New Riyer. acpording tot '

\Florence Jennings, and Mrs. W. Willie Mae Denton. .Xpierf 'Christmas day''g ests of ''Beach, .arad ,Mr. and Mrs. plainly i. the 8.00d.:18ste: : ,and t this ann& ncement :':" from 1

_ : 'BLVIS S.$coggins attended a luncheon L Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Car- Mr.and'Mrs.'M. G. McMillan.Mr. ,Charles Wyer and daugh- handiwork of fair woman, The; Telegraph's issue of Dec. :

- honoring:.Mrs..'Virginia Grazier, penter and Mr. ,and Mrs. : and 'Mrs. T;. Mersereau: ''ter. They were -joined'- on f and ,did t credit! to all concern 1,,' 1893. : I

: : PRESLEY former librarian for the Santa Dolph Reddish and 'family :visited(, in Orlando''arid i Cocoa .Chrlstin .Day ,by Mrs: W.'S. ed.A "On Christmas day the i

Fe Regional Library, at the spent Christmas eve in Jack- 1 last: Sat rdand Sunday. !Slade and Mrs. Clyde Sin 1air great many outsiderswere ;people of New River will have I

Holiday Inn in Gainesville, sonville with Mr. and Mrs. '.Mr:'and( 'Mrs.';':L.'U..Morgan land daughter; 'Evelyn; 'the happy recipients, of a grand tournament and

\ Wednesday of last week. David Reid and family.Mr. had .as Christmas, 'visitors j, Mr. and Mrs. William S. handsome and ..valuable! pres-: imagined ride.,Every; arrangenent'is ll

I .( 'STAR Mrs. VV. G. StringfeUnwr is and Mrs.. J. T. Quigley their daughter, ''Mrs.' Shirley Haas'Will sp nd the weekend 'ens. 'TheTelegraph: came '- being made for a
.t t'
spending; the'holidays in Green had as 'Christmas >dinner Shytle,.' and''family 'of ''Orlan i in WJnterrarden: 'with* Mrs.'Haas in for a "magnificently. ferand lime, and everybody is 1' pqJj1Ji

.\ ",m Cove Springs with her son-in- guests Mr., and Mrs. E. 'L. do; "a nother :i dugter: ,' ':Mrs. ': :,parentsMr..! and: -Mrs.H. ". wrought cigar :case, : filled Invited to go and enjoy the #

II. COLOR bvDELUXE a_... law and daugbterMr.; and Airs. Johns and sons of Apollo V Emlyene 'Supernault and; H.,Joiner. with delightful Havanas.The' port. Mr. J. C. Barry is the

I a .-l George Manassa, and family. Beach, and, Mr. and :Mrs. daughter. Mary: ,Lqu. of Lees- ;:Miss 'Linda :Hpdebran of fair .,dqnor whoever she jnay head! of the movement and
a 2nd. Feature 'Mrs J. E. Wilson spent Leonard M. Noegel and sons burg, ,and Leaton"" Morgan, r.fmd Orlando 'spent ,Christmas,, ,be, may rest,assured !that Jthe, ;Jlhis; assures its- success. Mr.

: ::: Christmas Day Gainesville: of Stark Also';'Visiting ,the family. .Leaton Jr. went weekend ,with her parents present is highly! appreciated,: jBarry"invites Starke 'to turn
r tf : : with} : Mr. and Mrs. W.' A. Quigleys during the holidays f ane"Park: Ho'Attendfuneral Mr. and Mrs. J. E..HUde ran. not ,onIY.Jorm[ ; | | tpc'' 'c.: !tin: a body."

_ 'IlK'I Shands.and,:.family.Mrs. ; ., were Mrs. Ed Silvernail and services. for hIs,.,.. .slster 'Mrs Annie Hollingsworth beauty and its valuable cori- tTod "s"'reader will no

l HUdabelle ,Bence of daughters of Mississippi Mr. in-law; Mrs._Joe J{-?Stephens., and'Miss Penny HolUngs- tentsvbut ;for J1! lJ kind Consideration jdoubt: wonder what this"grand ;

; .S f Jacksonville spent this 'weefc and Mrs. L. V A. Wynn ,of Mr :and Mrs. 'Robett. :Myrickahd'family"visTted worth spent"Christmas! weekend ? which'.prompted: her tournament and I
here with JUrs. :J. C. .Hoarer. Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs. t7Mr. and in making .tIe gjft. From jiiasked ride"f-was like. If I
"in Lake City with Mr.
Dr. and Mrs. James Cha e of i Carol Pettet of Henderson- Myrick's father hi 'Ragland.! pow on Tlje Tplegraph" is anyone. still living ,has a
Mrs. :James L. Hair and I
: : I. the vUniversityof! : .ArwsDnaiwere ville,.N..C. Ala: during:- the'.hblfdays." :. da ghter,' Ann. .HER Advo a.te. V ,memory 'dating back that '
also guests of Mrs. Hoover dup, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Red ,Mr. .and,Mrs. G. s. N w- The H4U! was 4 crowded1, to I Its ''far,"The'Telegraph would like : I
-- S c:: ON .... oPS VS log the holidays. dish entertained-Friday night spent S n. and Mrs. C. E. Johns .utmost capacity and still a to-hear:more about this cus- V
comb and Chuck,
.... ..... ........ son ',
ssdIsda -- ( Airs. Lester Miss Markley Ann Johns, and
3(11arid| Crews ,
; with open house for neigh- Sunday :.and Monday in Or- :great maijy could not find !tom.
S and",daughter, Carolyn, spent bors and % Mr.-; and: Mrs. Jerome Johns or'room- stand )FOR
S *** Cartoon relatives. lando. with, Mrs._H. P 'M ye. :seats! ;in. Altogether -
: Wednesday and Thursday,with Miss'Susan Slade left Tues Jbhn, Mack Newsome" will and two children spent .it was, I
for Tat in Christmas-'Day Mr. :'and
_ ;.._Trip, relatives il' ::1irs Venus. a "moming-lor Wilmington, return t to", Ft. ,Benning, 'da. Mrs. M rcusHoward 'In Lake -v-I : ..' '. :, _,. ',,' V .. "
: and Norman Willis Dela- .
., to spend'the remainder after'a I
Saturday ,visit with William C. Smith.ofcBogeta,
and family spent Christmas of the h9lidays with Mr. and 1 1s' 'parents'Mr. 'and ':Mrs. Butler. spent
: ..SUN., MON., & TUBS. veekend with relatives Rich- '' -- '"Hatch: Colombians: Christ Sales orU. S. Savings A.HAPPY NEW.YEARThe :
- ...... in Mrs. Lloyd Lewis. Jesse Newsome. :Mr..and Mrs. ,H. M.- inas weekend-here with his : ,

'DEC,31VJAN.1&V 4 2 l land. Ga. Mrs.. -. E.. Morris; and Miss Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell er, ,Sr.: and ,Mr.. and ,Airs. 'J.V father, LTF."'Smith: and ..Mrs.Smith. Bonds in Bradford County !'
Dr and Airs. J. E. Denmarkand Sue Morris ahd"Benny, Saxon Norman ,spent Christmas in I L. Cappbell! of /Jacksonville during the first' 11 months' of'!!
1 son, John, 'Beach Christmas /1961 showed a 49.1 per cent ;;,
.2G' -.- young spent of Pompanp Beach. and Jack Sarasota. were 'pay V Miss 'Diane*Blake of Pa-
') -, ... Christmas in ; t : increase over the same period I
Day Wildwood Durbin of Orlando are 'holi Misses Ruth and Miriam guests'of Lt. Col. and 1Irs. Jatka Christmas week- ;
: icooi1' with Airs. Denmark's mother, .day 'guests of 'Mr. and Mrs.. Chapman :and :Mrs. 'Fisher M. Hatcher, Jr. end'here"withfMn! and -Mrs. in .1960. : Farmers Supply '
1'O ,; Airs. Ki of
Alderman. : V Sales through
S. G. Denmark. from Hazelhurst Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hicks : and ,Mrs.
... were, 'JaWEdwards! Mr.: :
: \ the'- M: A. P : and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tanner '' ;7year. were $93,701,
: tt tCQItttt visiting. Ynes for :'Dave !iPaulk, and Mrs. ..MargieUnderbill
November 'in
r' sales through j.
\ the spent, 'in Columbia _
\ holidays.! Mrs. M. A. phristmas were dinner guests i! -
n : 'Mrs. Ga. With Sgt. and : i960, ,were $62,858.
Payne's mother. RosalieCrutchfieldi of"'Mr. "and'Mrs ;Edwards
F 't l _
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,,., I 1.1\1 t, from St. 'Augustine Mrs. A. W.- h pman. Christmas'iDay. V :: : u I

:' ; ,. ,- b 'visiting: with them. Mr. and Mrs- Homer W. and-Mrs.-W.; R,:. \ V '
,...... .. Miss .Carol Cook of Lees- .Eadgett'of 'West Palnv,Beach .i,.of '" Reidsvllle, "Ga .Vlaltel'I'I' IS
I Vm _"'c O" De i burg is visiting "Miss Shirley "'holiday guests-of' ,their : Mr.I
_..C"CQPCi :V re : i Christmas -weekend'Wjth: ; I
SC V V- i MorrisonTuesday 'through i!,son, and '!aughter-in-Iaw. ReV. and. Mrs:"E.: cD. FTenljv: They: i k f/ V1 -

SS .. Cartoon: Friday'-" of' this!, week. and Mrs. Bob j Badgett. Qther were joined for Chrjstmas V'
fr-: and ,Mrs. C. W. Wal.; 'guests bf the Badgetts-during I Day dinner. by Mr. and. Mrs. I LJ_ ;

a: .'..Hotsy. ,. FootsyWED.THURS ters Sr.. Dublin, 'Ga. arrived .the: holidays tore: :Mr. ,and Edmond Tenly,, Jr..{and family I: ,_ _
-r I Wednesday to 'visit Mr. and ':Mrs. Rollin Sweitzer of and $r: and"Mrs: Baridal i ___
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Mrs. S" 'L. Peek Jr: and family VJ 7 kq ,
: : j Akron!,. Ohio. Chitty andfamily.! ,
.. &, mi.JAN. for a few d .yi.: Terry-Walters l- .
freshman aVther Uni- '-V ._ h.. ,. V ,t; ____ _____ ___/ I
: 3, 4, & 5 V : a ).. .. .,. ,' -
: yersity* 'of Florida; has 'been i. t
: Double 'Feature Program H'V home for the holidays and' is ;: .. '

I' 1st. Feature visiting his roommate, Charles -, /4 ,,
.. McClelland in Monticellp! ,' pI -
1 For a few days, ( V
: J' iA V V Charlie J, Powell will undergo 4 V:, .: ,
.!l !
surgery this .week in ,
: l \ V > the'Lake.City' VAJW' ita1. /
: ;
.. .V John P.,, Jone and"* family. I \ IY'I -
from? Illinois i were voting; Ii 4
.Mr'f' and 'Mrs., C. R. Scbggins \\ + I'j z_
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.:. 'I 'Big I Savings.. over Mind the :IvDlidays.Mrs:. Eugene.. [Eorda f. )) 4 ., i j 1962 ;_'
V .1
> .dTYf.V ,.1I I .
/1b'r. from Frostproof? were." 'visiting : \ '
'Mr, and Alri.Wl B. Sewell" V ,

during1-' the holidays. ( if' A.May the NewYearA -V4 ;
to a 1
_ '-- vMorri5on/and son of 'V
V' t 14J
UP Leesburg ,were TIsitInL.lwlth 'ring od for yoo and yours

: f I ;- ----, : 'V H,. G Morrison and family 1, f fa
:t"t. % '"
: r Feature' .. for ::the holidays' :* ate of joy cad tcpplaoss _:.
2nd ,GuesJLs. of Mr.. and.Mrs.Frank :
.. to : '\ I ;Barker" and |a&ily I 4i; :;_. ea h day fhe w&ofe ye jSacaah 'V/ ,
; 'and \.. : .
OFF Christ nai: Eve were Mi., .,; .
$ : Mrs. A. B;,.Hgwarci nd Mrs.Catherine 1'Our 4. V V .4
: Chester of Palatka, ... \... : _

t cuuPIcnIKU: Mr, .antfMrlt' ,' E. W.:Hayes" W \ ? t J pi J ds ., ,- _' .
had Mr. ; .
You as holiday. guests, ;
:BUY.ItAnd'MVE and" ,Mrs. John. Deas and I"t: ',

I daughtersr6f Lake, jCity.. ).lr.i I I L"1tt1Y E.Conner : "'

I :and Mr 'WHsco" Hayes. _' nddaulghters :1 ;{ Kittea C nher ',' .
: \>
,i I Ofiiaii&1rL:.. 1. ,Texas, ;; '.. ., ;.
4 VS 1/Nm : tL; : W. E. : -Hayes i I -\'IAnfl. : ... _W.' Godwin, Sec;" : :
we wonthvetoCODNI DA
: IT' ,! dar daughter. and Mrs. Jose': : FLO.R1i
I of: Mikmj. 'and Mr.
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and .Irs.i'a- n S 1if'MrS. YkECt41Y i iI -- c ----- -- -
: _ ..1'' Myrtle. Dendy of Jacksonville. "VIi I 1 : : _. B A ,,. K A I' 's.lri Jf;) JS :
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, THURSDAY .DEC. 28 1961 --- --. ---. .. -. -- .. -

J Slades 1 Hold 'Lady 8Ufche Was City's Unique 'If'f I

Open Christmas House Eve :' Claim To Fame In Gay'90's II >_ Smith Corona and Remington

Starke had a claim to statewide J!hills. Brooklyn:; as come:

An outstanding social eventof fame even In .3893. It I ers may know was an early j May your success :
GLADYS MOOTY PHONE 964-063J the holiday season took 1' :
could proudly boast of Florida'sonly settlement near Brooklyn Lake,
place Christmas Eve when],. "lady "butcher," Mrs. E. just north of Keystone Heights.; \ -HL PORTABLE

T enlys HostChristmas Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr. !Bailey. ,As .proof that some people; c5 and happiness be .I
and Mr. and Mrs Charles I On December 1, 18P3 The heeded editorial advice, even in : \.
Party se I Sawyer held open house at Telegraph informed the wait- 1893 Mrs. N. D Hagaman (it-! f TYPEWRITERS

For Friends the home of the former on ing world that: ":n the person] dared that she acted up n. The.Telegraph's + increased during
E. Call Street.
t of Mrs. E. Bailey, Starke cnn: suggestion early in

Mr. and Mrs. Edinond D. The party rooms were' beau- boast of the only !lady in Florida the fan to "quit taking aardj;

Tenly Sr. were hosts .Tuesday tifully decorated in the who understands the> art of times_ and plant a fall garden."j 1 the coming year ftSOLD
t1 Y Christmas motif with red and I As result she had I
night at an informal party ;: meat cutting. Mrs. Bailey is.an a already'
i silver predominating: In the Mr. sold. husheb English!
given in their home on S. _; ? adept and frequently takes eight of ON
Orange Street.Traditional dining room, where the tea Bailey's'place in the city market peas, beside "having an abund- /

green and red table was placed burningwhite" when it is necessary tor him ant supply of fresh vegetables EASY TERMS
candles: in five branched to be absent." |:or her own table."
Christmas decorations were
1 used in the living room '.candelabra, cast a soft Besides the only "lady but.i I in those early days, when' 1t*'ttAeAP BRADFORDNiw

where the focal point was glow over the setting. cher" in the state. Call! Street) hogs and cattle roamed at will.'. Ylrrw
I i The tea table covered with the F. C. & P. railroad I
in 1893 could and did boast of was reported COUNTY
gaily lighted tree. Arrange-
a '
ITt.J I ''
an exquisite linen and lace "building wire fence'on
ments of poinsettias were some outstanding bargains, such a Bradford County TelegraphCANNON
also used. cloth was centered 'with a as "Ladies Custom :Made Union each side of the track here TELEGRAPHy .

The dining room was deco- Christmas arrangement hold- Suits" for $1.25 at the N..J. to shut out the cattle. The killing -;' y
ing burning long tapers. Jones establishment and tie of stock has been so frequent I
rated in pink. A tree made of .
The silver coffee service lately that this is abso :
\ pink rosebuds was placed on "Best Boys Hat in The -0 I If I
yt. placed at one end of the table lutely
World" for 25 cents at T. A. necessary.
t the credenza and was reflected -
) leaf was balanced at the other Knight's. There wave: "Black! Personal items were sometimes -
in a large gold \
end silver punch bowl. in 1&931, .
mirror, balanced by sconces by a Cork-Screw Suits" for $7.50 at painfully personal ::
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair poured Truby, sternburg & Co., and with the following from Sampson -:: .
holding lighted pink tapers. Chilson :
The refreshment table covered Carolyn offee during the evening room and board "in good fami City Affairs as a sample.: | y .

with a handsome linen Engaged To while Miss Flora'Slade served, lies" for $10 a month for out- "Mr. G. D. Delegal the monkey -i|

cloth was centered with a egg nogg. of-town students wishing to enroll of Sampson is quite a1 f t tI t
.A. crystal and sliver epergne Ellis"Coleman. Others assisting the hosts i at Bradford County High curiosity in his. way. One.would I '- ,I
I in entertaining their guest, think he had just escaped from ]I Your Friendly) Store J
------- 11 ailuary
,Mr. and l\frs..L. E. Chilson of were Mrs. T T. Long Mrs. Sampson City was making a Barnum's circus. He can be ,
Alice Anderson, and Miss found in the woods i
Starke announce the engage- pitch for the tourist trade with around\\
Jane Adams. the announcement that ":\Ir. S. here at any time if
ment of their daughter Carolyn -
IpijFLA. About one hundred guests Ja Prescott is having his hotel num wishes to recapture him."I .
to Ellis Coleman, son 'of -- -" --
called during the appointed renovated and furnished for tte From Temple's Mill Talk the]!
Frank Coleman of Starke. No hours from 4:30: to 6:30.: winter season and tourists can reader learned that: :Mr. Ned,

date has been set for the wedding Among those from out-of- be assured of first class ac Williams of this place, made FAMOUS
Wishes You .' town attending were Mr. and .commodations.:. quite an extended visit to the EXTRA HEAVY
A Happy New Year Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington But business must not have western wilds of the county not I DAN RIVER

Dela.. and Mrs. A. been too good, for the same: long ago. He did not state his J EXTRA THIRSTY _
: SUN., MON., & TUES. Mrs. Anderson C. Sawyer of Jacksonville issue announced that: "Mr. N. object in going, but ve hnr
DEC. 31 'and JAN. 1-2 1962 Beach- esteemed there is a sweet little girl out SHEETS"The
Entertains At C. Wainwright our
Last Sun Set townsman and popula= proprietor -there, and do not blame him'. BATH

Open House *> VA RepresentativeIn of the Ponce de Leon Hotel,,one bit for going." i World's Best

-PLUS- has moved to Starke for the I From Starke news notes the Regardless of Price" .

A! Mrs. Alice Anderson enter- Gainesville winter. We miss him very much. reader learned that: TOWELS

;1 Lil AbnerPlus tained at open house Satur- Each FridayWar The 'Ponce de Leon is to let." "Dr. J. O. Haynes. our pop. ,_ WHITE MUSLIN

Cartoon day 'evening, during-the hours The dreams of developer who ular dentist left Wednesday for 81x108 REGULAR $1.29 ,

from six to seven and from veterans of this area predicted that Sampsoa City Hawthorne, whither he was "
WED.-THURS., eight to ten. will be able to obtain advice would one day outstrip Starkein called to perform some particular HE-MAN SIZE

v JAN. 34 __ The home of the hostess on and assistance on all veterans growth went awry however dental work." $$179
DOUBLE FEATURE E. Madison Street was beauti- benefits from a VA representative and little remains today of Frank Goodwine, accused of 24 x 46
the .thriving community:shooting at Mr.. Silas Kite, was .
The Flight ThatDisappeared fully decorated in the holiday at'the' Gainesville post once
placed under bond after
motif. A unique tree made of office each Friday from 8 a. west Bradford. $250
Christmas cards, was placed, Tranquilizers in the form 01 the preliminary hearing before 81x99 For $ 50
m to 4:30: p. m. Judge Malphurs. 72x99 2 $1 22 x 44
-PLUS- on a table near the entrance. Lowery Davis with 20years' pills were unknown in 1893

I Man Of The West Close friends of the hostess experience in the VA but there was another popu'ar'nerve-i in days And is even paid In to advertise the good: old $ 9 For
were invited to call dUringthe contract service; has been selected soother that was "One of $$159 : $1 1 $$100
Phu Cartoon appointed hours. to serve the needs of those days, and Hoffman Bros, our merchants re: .(,
to whi- cently sold three barrels! of
advertised 600 knives .
; FRI.-SAT., the veterans and their dependants flour '.i
to one person living a
mat- tie with to your heart's content -
; JAN. 5-6 holding an arrangement of needing in specialized area as- ." number, of .miles from Starke Twin Bottom Fitted Double Bottom Fitted
'DOUBLE: FEATURE pink rosebuds and candles.All Those who whittled may have through his advertisement in WASH CLOTHS

I 1 Toby 'Tyler appointments on the table sistance.The VA office in Gainesville been trying to forget that the The Telegraph." 'H $

0, i were'of silver. will be closed effective note was coming due on the $169 $179I CANNON
-PLUS- Fifteen close friends were full-time family horse, just as folks take GRAHAM For C
December 29 as a FIRST QUALITY 2
Frankenstein 1970 present to enjoy this occasion operation, along with the pills today to fortify themselves BAPTIST CHURCHSunday"

I Plus Cartoon with the hosts.Harold rest of VA's one-man offices against .the next payment on :: S"chbbXr; 10'a.. m. I PILLOW 'GASES REGULAR 19c & 25c
\ the family car. As a matterof
: nation.Mr. Morning 11
L over the Worship a. m. EACH
Davis will be in fact J. W. Hodges and J.I|,Training Union 6:30: p. m. DAN RIVER 39 C

i Gainesville on the regular M. Alvarez were moved to.serVe Evening Service 7:30 p. m. MUSLIN FASHIONABLE PQMPONETTE.
Dec. 1, 1893 ---- ---------'
t Friday notice on Prayer Meeting 8 .
weekly schedule on Wednesday
Jan. 5, to help with any.that: "All persons whose notes p. .-Rev C. L. Redding pas
special problems the veteran .we hold on the purchase of :tor. BED SPREADSALL
I to rome!
horses are requested
public of the area might
forward and settle at once." RUGS
i But 'everybody didn't enjoy VISCOSE'NON

: a .. 3o. Today Services For Set 1893.the Temple's luxury The of news carriage Mill correspondentat announcedthat travel in c: 1tffRIN' f a ALLERGICCLOSELY TUFTED;. r

: Mr. H. S. Grimes, our
Eddie Silcox 66 .TRIG GLASS BOTIOf
champion cyclist, made an extended BOATS QUICK DRYING

;, trip to Kingsley Lake
Eddie Silcox 66, of Starke
'.:::::'.. last Sunday .in with IN
I ....:.:::.:.:.:::.:.:... died in a Jacksonville nursing company .
::: ::: : [. Mr. W."H. Hoffman of Starke, .
t :.:,:.i:.:.::F:.:.:: .'.:.:.:.. following an
:i p.. :..::: ...;::....:... (..home" Tuesday on their bicyles. He claims DOUBLE BED OR |
extended illness.
i: they made the homeward trip
I QeeU:.. He was born in Bradford in forty minutes. Remember, he TWIN BED SIZES
-I i : ii::., and
":: County October 24, 1895 said but know we,

\ .,.......:..........:...........................:..iii........:....:.:.!...:."...:,...... his parents were the late Jack couldn't so vouch you for it a'J s there' REGULAR $3.98
.'. I '"':::.,".iJ,.::.:.:..:.:.:.:.:..:'.':...:.:.:.:..:.:.:.: ::o. and Georgiana Griffis Silcox. seems to be a profusion of' Lustrous, Lasting, Lint-Free Viscose
of :
i : :.: 7'if :: Mr.. Silcox worked in the pulp- "
in the statement.

-I t h e e rJ1:...:..1. ', P 0 ',wood industry and was a member elasticity Temple's Mill was a nj,v defunct r Fully Roller Coated Non Skid Backs $

...... .... .....,.. of the Pine Hill Congrega-
.. :.: :.... : 'I community that :centered Colors And In All Sizes
r.I :...:.:.:.:. ..:..:.: tional Methodist Church. > Matching Designs For
i ':::.:,.::: around the big lumber mill 'r 44"b ti
:.. .
Surviving are his widow, Mrs -
o I operated by Simon.. Templenear
... :. .. '. o Minnie Green Silcox of Starke; the railroad, just east of 21x36
\ ,. daughter Mrs. Carl Wilson; market. I 81 c
the farmers
.1'F \\8: present
sons, Francis C. and Leroy By 1893, however most of the REGULAR $1:00 : r r r r
o0 Silcox, and eight grandchildren, big timber had already been ...,. .
all of Starke. cut and the mill was apparently 27x48 : < FQAMED LATEXPILLOWS

F i C Wall% I Funeral, services will be held I II 'closed, for, the news corres-. $$187 Q
i Thursday December 28, at 3 pondent remarked: $2.98 .7 -

p. m. from graveside in Dyal "Wouldn't it be a grand

," G Cemetery .with the Rev. An- scheme if .woull convert DeWitt C. Jones ; ,
Harold C, Wall someone 30x60 '
; I drew Varnes officiating. Burial the old mill into a cmningfactory $$287 "Extra Plump" size 18x
: Eula Mae Smith will follow in the family plot ?. It would be a paying Funeral,Homer REGULAR $3.98 'r : r r r rt 26x6 Percale coyer .with

.4 .r under direction of DeWitt C. investment, as there is plenty rust proof zipper.( .

1 .Elaine. ;.Colson. !\ Jones Funeral Home of Starke. of fruit and vegetables here! = '
; > **

4A i 1 I .Geo.. "'. Roberts Jr. SEVENTH DAY that otherwise, could are be wasted"canned which! I. I REGULAR $7.98' r $$4 87 ALERGYFREE : OUR REGULAR $4.98 EACH

Theresa Thomas The wet-dry controversy must

_ I' I' Sabbath School Saturday[ have been an issue t in 18)3?just .

o '.10'... ,,0 1 .,. .' "\ .J.\, : ,, '" .".h.,....._. .. ,.. .".. I' ... \ 9:30: ajn. Morning Worshinp, as it remains today.. In. the JanuaryISALEOF ,. $
) & editorial
: 11 ajn. Located between Wil- category of, comment;
1 E. The Telegraph said: 2. For
Lt' : : ; son Road and Griffis Loop.
II k:* t : I L. Marley, pastor. Phone 964- "Suwannee: County ''is, wrestling t '
ffi 1324. with the wet or dry prob-

3 lenu_ Bradford has. ; 'the', .samej''I
d vexing 'question'n'' hand but

thus far the county .eomn. s-l\

1 Complete Photographic Service II sioners have .kept :rt all to i ij FAMOUS Heirloomette

i j I themselves. A very good place'f 1t
s I Cameras Hallmark Greeting I to keep it,'tea" Crochet Type

Y a BULLINGTON I There was no Chamber of., '
Flint. Cards f Commerce hi those days but WOVENFRINGED :;:.y

: Watches r "Feature Lock" i The Telegraph was .. already; : ;i '

: Jewelry spreading the',good word: about'': ,
Bibles Studio and Gift Shop DiamondWedding :Starke and Bradford County;!, Q
i Commented the editor:, 'This:

: Tape RecordersPhoaegra'pka Is indeed a favored section .of,
-' : Starke,' Florida Sets God's great garden..The :cotton:

t I crop was never larger and,' One 1 for .

:. :I Diamond. Saving Stamps with Every Purchase : !,brought ange crop, good is ,prices the largest; the' or we-': a% Group $$5.00One $.

!have ever had, and pr.'ws: .are $6.98I
Our Regular
!|fair; and there wns never ,a %'
I J at.leitr :i!better prospect before the ber: for

:ry growers." In the same issue Group 2 6.00
'j j' uil f : erbLT t ,,'pj t :t-.I.it.
tamon x : the editor was thanking : .
.: ) Mr M. 'J. Brinson for a sam-;i .,...1.. y t W1'ftiR. : +t oJ

: i. (4 :? ., ,. ple,of oranges from "his beautiful -
!! i. nt grove- hear Brooklyn," LAY A'WAYS! ,
!Mr. Brinson reported that he I CHARGE' OR CASH ONLY-NO -
never' used 'fertffiter, but had .

"a paying grove" en tie sands -11

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.j I POUR r __ ., d BBADF08P' CPTJSTI TQIL'lPgT,3RQE; ; ,ELOBIDA_ H' ..- '_ -_- ." .. THURSDAY, .D BC. .. ,1"l

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I Roy Roberts, 66, ,ar-- w.w v. -' w -. -. .

1 .rn&. .: Died In Tampa; )

: \2 '11.t' -. 1-
t' Funeral 1 e s ;
*?< ? \? tl -

i Year's End Finds World /In Better Balance/ Roy Roberts' -,66, a- former. '
I'resident of$tarket died $
l As I fay",'In ,Tam p a, %here .he tur-I'
we near the threshold of 1962, "Europe-though ripped by the '
we are not privileged to say, with the economie' division of its market placel1by resided, fort e past'was year.Mr7 .' t' '
,Roberts born Jajx ,
poet, that "all's right with theVorld," the formal unity of six nations :30, 1895' in' fad i P '13ut1 r, "ihz I .

but it is good to note that the old year, mad 'enormous progress. ,son Of thelaie"j- Charles' Brir.- .

at its close: finds the world in better "What lids happened is that many I c Bon and 'B edie Powli.rjg'rtobois.He ., "'" .. I ,

balance-ecnomically, politically, and storms have' been stilled: economic \ was a'ietired: 'i ctr.wAhl l ,1- -

militarily-than' at its beginning:: storms! political storms, military the '.State flbao! Depar men < '

Why do we face the new year with storms.,, a' rne'mber of'the Fast. Chrisrt'iarf I Let 's Make These ur.

more optimism than we *ditj twelvemonths t "This Christmastide, therefore, Church of1 Starke. 'aniTaJkiasoh. .' I I i4' t ., .T ...
finds( he world in a of relativeeconomic' : ,
position Ji.
?because 1961 ::
ago tfegWwjthdeep "<
t \ Surviving is one.. son. ., Roy, ;
'dark clouds of fear, foreboding) \ stability, relative monetary Roberts Jr. of Tampa' his, !I I

economic faltering, violent political up- stability, and relative political balance. stepmojlier t Mrs. .EqtiUla i Rober "*- ; r New eat's ResoI tlQl\lf ; I

heavel, topped by the threat of suddenwar "People would be 'foolish to assume s of Starke', and two gfandchildrfen. >c;..> 3 ,

and the end, perhaps, of civiliza- that the stability is not likely"/to change.{ '. + .. '.

tion as we know it., People change, and their' 'economic and Funeral services here held ;. I ,.
political! J conditions. change. Unsolved at 1 p. m Tuesday in Jones: :3 r.Z.. :,
Nate White ., T Trade at Home Whenever Possible
business and financial o
I .1,.
problems must be1! solved, 'and these involve Memorial Chapel with ReBob "....... 1 ,
I editor of The Christian Science Moni- Badgett, pastor of the First .''. ..
tor, comments that progress made in change.' But ,cjiange L can, b accomplished .-. Christian Chureh, officiating I -3" : To 'Try Starke'Stores'First V I "
with /
That is 2
1961 by the childrenof nce. Burial was in the : ; : ;;
; men, women, and lesson of 1961. family! plot ;:: ,
the free world !ia "Swift Creek Cemetery near "* ''
working quietly in .
I "Now the new vi ts indicate that Lake Butler with Dett C. .. : To ; ;\ \:
)\, their homes and laces1, Business, the great <, ."i;;.1',>.;. .r: a-l. Improve our. .,. Places of Business. Sothey5. ... .; ;, ;? *1__ Ut-t. ,
economic ', .. .
holding to 'what' they believed'was, a ; units" of 'fh"e'wdrldnVust' ; Jones Funeral Home.in chargeof .. a /, 't. : I '''' .., :f, :

true course, despite all the harangues l learn how to 're%( 'themselves' arrangements. will ,e" more" attractive to '8hQP ers. : ..:, '7' .
to each other Active pallbearers were Ethan ,
that ;
and threats of the so they' do not Produce t ,... '_ ..

ous. enemy, was stupend bring, turbulence;about .greater,. bqt'development so that they .can. Sapp, Ed .Prevatt Cressler, EJ, Ben: A. :WinklerMjW. Mizell' -, c: : To work Together! in 1962 for allprdMcti j "f o rtb'-) ,<'" .

In his and Harley.SERVICE
encouraging yearend comment tPovert Pan : .
; Jeverj-yvhereTmusC be "I
Mr. White declares l Y driven '. of Starke and Bradford .
that the smog" back. This is the objective' oft .. ; common good County. \ : '
e '
'f rt ji ll'--' !
has it -
lifted somewhat )
The atmosphereis United States llfance for Progress in,! ". ...... .
clearer.; It is possible now {to'see the e .' ., --.c'. !"'
Latin"America.'It is the '< r
objective of! MEN : r ... ,
peaks which
have been scaled. It is
the new Atlantic community: structure, :i; i : .
I even possible to look out vistas ., .' f JJ' ":;
pn new the .
r Organization for: JScpnornic Cooperation -! I ; : . .
( .
contain unlimitedeconomic ; ,9''C'lpr4'
t potentials and Development which # # :' .
}, began: ,..:. : ': '
< 't.
all mankind! in September."In .; ;. ,.... t,. .. iI'' "'tr.'
: .
i .
His article continues: -' ;'- :,.'" f'; ::,': .'
1961 many old symbols of the! "
"Behind lies 'a monetary crisis. status quo fell. New' expressways be-',I Pyt George J'';. Eider- son1qf"5fr.s.'Sadie F''j "" .

Ahead lies t i {!! i Elder:.of Sta ke, x ., .. ,
monetary, Problems, tween the nations Were being built. In1962'they f ., "- : '
recently took 'p rt with the '= .
of cour e. But i in general. monetary. will be opened bne'by one. I 3rd' Armored Division' }n a I This is the message'we business people of;;, Starke i :J.h::" : s-

calm lies'anead.. "Thus 1961 ends on' an upnpte; and seven-iia'y':field'tiali ng"eur--; would like:to' broadcast( 'as.we stand pnf the"threshold "of : .. ,- w f ... ,. ,
"A the United States the people responsible: it are those cise: : -pvt Elder '' .. -. t _. .
t year ago 'was in. Germany ; .U efiNew Yeaf. T e message can be summed, up in .-, : .
I threatened with" monetary who quietly went about their business\ \ is 'a'truck'Briver In 'the bat- -t."I .. ,
conap se, one"\word f'f(COiPERAI01. ( .,. i. t ,tt, 1'
S 1961 had been the widely} heralded year preserving balance, building new 'foun-i!i t i talion's Co. 'A, "stationed""'in 'I : ; ; --:- .i. f".

for this to occur; It did not! occur.'Thosewho dations, and'searching out the new territories -j': Frankfurt.' He entered the t The'business f and! professional. 1 men on one hand! and ; ',;: "

speculated on' 'it have been sent of international cooperation I;,i Army'last January and''completed I our dolt organrzations'bn iris other, rare- counted upon ,, t.l.r.O.1. ,r

scurrying. and development."All I|I basic.'training at Fort' i'o'kePour'( community in ap pr sp'erous' progressive ( ,.: < ; ;J"
j Benning'; G ar '" .
"A year ago the United States these things add up to a massive condition. "f 1 p' .. (' 3.
was ,. .ty
I .. .
in the throes of serious economic re- in stemming' of Communism. This", j I Stewart h.ordnancetpal,. Jones' ,' aviation Thes$ twp t groups, with .the w h-1. -h ear- ted, ,100 percent ._ : ',Ht"1->-4- ,,Ii't' .

cession. The: 'new !Kennedy:"'team' painted itself, i is cause for quiet rejoicing. !j n 3rd class,' JJ3N, cooperation? t !the entire populace. can forge""aheadm"every "" S. G. DENMARK t'I H. t(1: I
the story in blackest terms. Coming from a keen observer of na i on of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson branch hP; }, : 71a
endeavor. 'is
of civic There :simply 1 .
tional and international affairs, Mr.Vhite's I E. Jones'of starke is serving $ ; Denmark Furniture Co. J(; \ '
"But the to 'the progress''that made and .
natural momentum of. thepeople's lip1it. can be ? the, many I,, "
\ year-end message of optimism I aboard the attack aircraft h r' T/ ::: .' ;' : 'r
economy of the United States should give us renewed faith and en carrier, USS Oriskany, with economic advantages* (and .opportunities .that.wyiaccrueto :;; ., ,

was operating in full strength andgrowing' couragement to face the problems that I home port in San Diego; everyone in Bradford County under a continuing pjo-- -. ">?-.1 y t ,

Calif. The ship left the San gr, 'of'civic'cooperation.. : .
power.Vithout placebos it has will
undoubtedly arise in the new year. I
Francisco Naval in
begun its recovery.. The administra- If, at the end of 1962,. he can again're- August after 'a Shijgyard fivft-month ,! Florida is, the fastest-growing: state in the nation!_ ; ': :
t that there I i and has been showing 'increase in The. business. ,and professional. men and- yvomen i i1r ?;,
tion's later steps unquestionably; sped port has been progress toward overhaul, and; is now operating : ; steady '.each year | -/. ; t- y.-
the Federal deficit international balance'' and a t with the 'Second Fleet : tourist"trade,' ''y raround''residents and general business the ones who are called upon, largely, to supppjf ,thGft!
recovery. financinghas
l "massive stemming of Communism," i out of San Diego. j jI ,gains..' i Although our partieular'a'rea has not'developvarious\ activities! designed i to get 'our i share of: r'W': 's

been-' a, stimulus.. c we will consider the year well spent.Farmer's I Q I ed. as 'fast\'as': : ome others. we' have* 'shown';)substantial great future.. JJy strengthening t > } with. your.trade an .,patronage .

6 T T'" _..... ... .....L __... ,___ or ...-__._ .. Thomas Rowe, boatiiwalhVmate : II,' growthJahdinhere; : is' every reason tQ 'believe i }thai .our ; -- the position and* condition of all Bradford_County: :

stand) of. trees. For example."t, ; son of Mrs. Mary 2ndc&ssTJSN H. Rowe' of,';r .'growth-rate will'b'e''stfppep J up rapidly' f in'tjie years immediately comnjerce!: > and. industry you.will** be making; ; i tr ioss? ** l.L,11,e:-.' "'.

DiaryBy he said you want some wind i ito : I. ; ahead. The; improvement program pn ,U. ,S. for Hour_ business and professional leaders to expand tHeif .
blow the flame and 'heat'alon'g j' Starke is serving aboard the !: 301,*'and thynew"'mtjiii-mijlion"{ i dollar hydrocarbons. .
plant services
I attack cargo 'ship, USS I providing more jobs our young people, making -.,. -
Sam McGarvey it the ground, arid keep j I Arneb. nbVi'in the S ilthj ne.a t BrppKer; are. both scheduled. to start .early' in. 1962and'should'Jo .. ;,. it possIble._ for them to stay In the community. This.

Ti trees.from. getting- up" into the I Pacific on a 25,000mile trip "<* .,.-3 .('* much-'? ,.to stimulate, our'economy.-- Olthin Ione-keeplng our ,young. people with usr-
I / ,
1 da 90. .. .. 55. ,1 j..t to ,Antarctica... to-. participate 62. Thhip's mt e,', 'But it will; t"take; rea.| money ,to.H. ,t ace.1 adyantage L : of would be a ;great growth factor '.
Operation Deepfreeze
4 We had some cane .!Juice i ( the, opportunities that now confront usT It takes'real In
The stunt of raising pep- ; home'port is Davisville. the ,Christmas season, just closeo we have all .
per on tops of berry beds' did recently, and Alice 'boiled1 it ;' R: i. money! for the, various promotions and successful pub- seen the beneficial!effects of aconcerleS'effort'ihjapfaiat
and made syrup. ,
up One of :
not work out as well as expected \ licity methods that are; necessary' to tell the'world about ; ome. Let's carry this same spiri( the 1 K0r
our }ffl tends tojd. 115 that |It .we over! 'Into\ : ,
growers tell us. They JohnM., Miller son ofands .,Mr, what we have to offer right herein 'Bradford'County. Year.and see'how far '
had let it softy then added.something ; !' .- puhfus. .. bpI. he, .nt-el,. ; 191521'!
say that extra fertilizationswere Mrs. S. M. Miller of .. ... 'to ".. t. ,I'.".
to'make ;
4 it 'work
:; .H
needed to make a crop could have Route i: Starke: has :eriiisted I "'s. '. .; '
we made what "' ', \ .
of pepper, because the berries as' in the Air"Force ,and is taking'baslc' ,, :, .
used up )most of the original known locally 1.goOd. tramlhg"at"LacklandAFBf '" : ( .:: ; !..t.j. ..v.'. J
buster1 -{ / 'J
"head ; ,
Thanks to my good friend fertilizer. : Texas!. His address isf: .,. .
Ned Coleman this "reformedYankee" again a AB"John'M: Miller, 'AP'* 4'7S1 ,. 'FE., ,rAURm SATURDAYFLORIDA '.,' -:, l. '.....4 ',,; ": '
Once it is EVERY
a pleasureto
enjoyed that treat of And speaking of pepper, to 544, Flight 1883 Box 1503.Lackland. :" .
extend .all Qui best .
very '
treats fresh strawberriesfor the saying around here is AFB. Texas. :
; r
Christmas dinner. We that if you can make one greetings and good wishes for ,: & B
a 'prosperous N w"Year. :
took them to Jacksonville, crop of six and hit it right, MAYOR'S'CO RT'An r.- ,.,.. .
where Sam and Alice spent that pepper will pay off. But ', 1:" ': ". 1:,:......-;- .
Christmas''With' Sam's mother one SOLTHSroE,; CHURCH, OF .( i .',, ,' ,. '.
grower said he, tried it '' 1.' even dozen cases came "" ,.,,! '. ., ", -
and needless to say we and almost went broke. CHRIST ... ", '":..'. .. "".:; :jft;l.. + ..
the of all who saw .. ..', before Starke >} aoF Randal .. '"tf '" ,
were envy '- ':'\' 'p'.i\ 'i'rJ\' ...'.
those huge, luscious berries. \V eye, been told many times S ml S..e. 301. Chitty In Mayor's Court I : ;' '
v v;l4* ron PEST ; \ GEM JEWELRY -'
that {he best time to burn Sunday--Bile;; ClU'ses 10 E. Dec. 18. . :, .) ;

But it's a good thing, Ned off is just around sunset, m.; Assembly Worship with Mike Blondes.., illegal .sale.. I I ; :;. '" .' '
picked his berries on Satur- when the wind r usually dies the' Lord's. Supper, 11 a. m.; : : :_' '" 'j '
of tax paid whiskey in a dry : ANDREWS DRUGS
day, for along came a hard down. But at the SCS melting Evening Assembly Worship, ; .. .. .
[h freeze Christmas morning, ,- at which Forest Ranger 8:80: 'p.' m.Wedneeaay. C,county" fined $200.. arid- sentenced ; it

and now I guess there won't Jake Preyatt .spoke, we got Bible Clam, to 90 days in" jail: \ T1H.SLADEv ;;! ;' DEN RKFURNITURE CO.

be anjr 'mqre. berries for several quite different instructions;' 7:30: p.- m. Committment ).s' being ,withheld ... .. .. '.
weeks: But at least we the' sentence from JACKSON BUILDING :
on Jail J' .
can go on record 'as having Mr. Prevatt who not long CONGREGATIONAL day to 'day 'or' until Kiondes SUPPLIES"a NORTH. FLORID" A SP- L. .,: (.!
strawberries for Christ .. '. '
had ago was assigned here [back '
mas dinner, even if we did home for him] gave the following HOLINESS CHURCH is again arrested. on* the' same'' MITCHELL'S DRUG ;' COMMUNITY +.
Just gft them""by the skin of tips on controlled charge. STATE. BANK'ofWESTERN r

our teeth." burning: ;North 391, ? 1-2 mile out Michael (Gilmore' ten.tonreck1 .. ,
I S. of town ok left of the road. ss driving, forfeited I RUBY ,JOHNS{ "

Berry growers were cashing I Best time of year Is between Young" People's Meeting, bond of 3750. :, AUTO ASSOCIATC: !sfdRl)
the early crop before : Friday; 7:30; p..m. Sunday Alfred W. Johnson unlawful .
in on Dec.-Feb.: pick a time : : I / ,
the freeze. One leant [use his, within one to three days School, 10 a. m. Sunday Night .speed?,not guilty. STARKE BUILDERS 'iff ryt .- ;

name) sold $180 worth after a one-inch rain usually Worship) '7 pT SL "Everyone Talmadge' Herrin, failure' : f 1 -: :' : -I HI lPRIEST'S .
Pricequoted cordially invited tom tend fc,toY ..vehicle under con- '
picking. -
from one around 10 a. m. or as soon as '
1 wad$9 a flat or 75 the dew is off, when there is Rev. Carl Edmonton, pastor, ., trol. forfeited' bond .of |12.50.' NASVifOIJTHY F N ),:; ;: STARKE '
Nelson G. Morris, reckless : RECAP C 0 :
and rates .
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driving, forfeited bond of ? ;: "'i
grower could make some fou; to ten miles hour EVERQRMCN, r <- \ ,
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real money in a hurry. and I the temperature $27.50. i V : ; : ::"' ?' : '
'. BAPTIST CHURCH Alvin Jones, Negro, 'diso B" ; t 1 .

such as Ned above 60. .---........ redy] .coriauct. forfeited.bo nd .... _. : ; .. / .:. _.. . .__:-'..': .. .
Some growers : "
'Suada'y ,School 10 a. ..jo.Preaching .or$3'1.50.." .. .. .
Coleman have e. few N. C. Of coatis these ideal situ ; 11' "a, .,, .. ....... t. Fped C. nlawfurspzed Peeock, tuv B \DFORD, BUILDING sLY i --t"---: : MARINE CENTER1h : _
Albritton "outlaw"; berries I ations do not happen too oft .1
Union SO'p. -
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'this'se ason.'They say!j t ten Mr. "t' '. "' .' .
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planted Prevatt said only 1 7:80: p. jni; Prayer '!.teeUnr of'$27.50. EAGLES. ; ;.4'-- '. .
that the .Albritton berry .ha* I !ron 10 to 15 timesTii Season '' :. : '-' .,. ... '. I
a Wednesday 130m.. ....;.: > : .1 : = JOHNSON S P'ADUID iSUPPLYSTUIWP'S
flavor, but thattor ] but each ,. ..... ....._. .: : m. 'Franklin",'Ne grC).,C 1sW4,1 l' ..." .. < ., ': 'c t: .. ., ... .. .
a very good condition is .w., ._.u.c..OJCI.t. Av, i. ijSDRUGSTO ;...:, ,"/ .. .. f. : "r. f I t } 'i. ;0, t
growing 1can't t vital 'to cderli ,conduct, 'forfeited.bond i, :.: 1- ; ... .t. 'j'J' .'T. '. 1
commercial getting a good j
burn 7.j).,m.:'=..JoiE. : lf orin. n., ". of $27.s0.:' 1\: ..J' 5' ; !. ; ;. ..:' i
compare with the' Flori- and yet not damaging the paator.JHE .'t }-- :J; '"iFLORIDATI.. t:" J'D t. t
.' .. "Ulysse :FrafiMln! .Negro, I! : 1.. .: J ,' J,': ; ; t .,:; I
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N pe .re E' ea:* w :- : > '- Bwigr Bennett, Negro, put ( Jiiiiin" y Mt. core I -" t.-:: 4 .. --

LORI t4acoasly ''UuOer;,. ti.l.a....:., SMIIIII; _'''::'! ,""\ 1 .! lie intoxication, forfeited, .bond r? Stm'Sb a'C lli : s t .l : ; 'a S A

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I -. .'E.,,I. ,)IA'1THEWS. driving, forfeited_ bond of ; OUISE'RENNER 10"
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GoBy ation plantings are vague. Don't be afraid of jour own make excellent. foundation ar- a r Happy HewYear
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i it I Ii Early settlers cut out the underbrush ideas as to plants. Your en- rangements., Native'. ferns V fromtherwoods : 5 } ti r5t! SA VE .q r
so that they could j thusiasm should"not be ';'t-" GAEEw GAEEw
i r rdeningi I keep an eye out for Indian i dampened by the "don'ts". can also be plant !TAMP! SUMM] '

t attacks. { Don't fail to plant somei ed.In FREE
Hervey Sharpe :, Conditions haven't changed i 5.ort.of foundation! 1 planting ,if bays and other small indentations We Cut thePRICES, \
Florida 'very much. Homeowners plant; there{ is a bare spot ai the J ,.to tone down the "
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F AgriculturalExtension.. Service ,., '3 flow growing plants which al- i vase cf your building.! Remember higher plants and add color, 91: CREENSTAMPS 1% k" t \ y"
t. rFoundation :*io'\$! .for ,good visibility; .so they i these plants! will :in"l'ease -j plant herbaceous perennials 1' You Cut the <<.. : ," kIUtk
plantings to can keep,an eye out for pei-:! the value:of .the property such.as four-o'clocks, Stokes' WITH THIS COUPON AT YOUR '
e 'gardener are like some! dlcrs bUt collectors and unwanted yet will look so natural .aster, penstemon. physostegia, NEAREST W1NN-DIXIE STORE CAPERS<<

r.anrientsTthey smooth put'! : visitors. However I that the tax assessor will fail wandering: jew and violets. i Void After limit One Coupon To Adult With .....................
:features and add a dressy I beauty is the reason most 1 to add the improvement to Dec. 30 .A $5.00 or more' Food Order : ALL STORES WILL BE
il6ok.. gardeners give.University his tax roll. I I'
'So"to insure that you will' of Florida ornamental -j There are scores of plants GAf En 1 GgEEA
experts offer a few'dbnts" suitable the 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship, BT4.P5 ?aMPS : Monday, January 1st
spruce around the home for setting around
:foundation up plants \p 4 in making foundation home. The native'cherry lau- Sunday School 10 a. m. Horning .........................
fid: 1962 gardening plantings.Dont leI is one, The wax privet Is Worship, 11 a. m. Surla y .
,t Qns., resolu-1 overplant. This is a I another excellent glossy green Evening- Service 7:45: p.. m
'When properly a common fault, and crowding i plant. p. m. Prayer Meeting Friday, Grade "A" Dr. & Dr. Quick FrozenSwift's _
of too much miscellaneous 7:45 0 0 -
foundation planting .dV- 1 i I Other larger P..BLPENTECOSTAL OD S
serves : growing foundation :!-
finite purposes. It connects material around the home is'i : suggestions include' ,a- Butterball or W-D Broad Breasted
i "the house'with i the grounds i common blunder of a rank belia severinea jasmines HOLINESS'CHUBCH i 4 OLD FASHIONED Tongue In, Teeth Out
,nd 'adJac nt ornamentals so amateur. wax myrtle anj>! a number of V -
ithat the house- and grounds Don't depend too much on an the arborvitaes .and conifers. Sunday School, 10 a. m.: J.O\VIS 9 IB.Floga 19 '
)appejEir:they have 'grown to- nuals as basis of the planting. T'URKEYS og
Still another group of Morning Worship, 11 a. m
;teth ,into They require continuous replacement
r an eye-appealing.
:ihemestead. and during someseasons ,I' plants- ferns --:have a place; Evangelistic services 1:30 p .
against shaded walls and. m. ,
"1 Underneath
will do
not justice to
.Sliubs.and vines,also tend
I :to soften and blend .architectural your mortgage. larger plants) "Come, let us reason to B I Peas 24oz.ISc '
18 L8S. 8 T ace e ,.
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1 Don't use too large or too The Sword Boston leathers gether. '
lines. )
) Such 4.
I plants give}
the ,home a finished look. j conspicuous materials. Treecan ._,_ I. ... [ &. OVER 3'3 18 LBS. 39 ff/ Dixie Darling Extra Fancy I
,Generally the foundation; be used only against the i LB- y. LB. Lb. "
,(plantings reflect personal i largest buildings and some -111 01 Long Grain Rice 2 Pkg. ,29.d : .
\preferences.. T;'he owner, .of a !, of the variegated foliage The New Scriptp I
.,.:.Spanish'\ ;Vl a-"type'I.'tome will i t plants do not fit in well with : BOSTON. BUTTS, 'lJ..
V )1 use'gaily colored 1 acalyphas.,Ij I all types of architecture. : / Quantity Rights Reser\e ,.
j:Crotons and"qther1' tropical i Don't use too many conijfers. -I Business Line Ball Pens ; ( Prices Good Thru
;;plants while the-proud owner{ There Is almost no restriction December 30th
:X >a :clty'::rich home 'may : on broadleaved ever- t Pork/ :Roast Lb. 3"9 .. ."
feature; cactus} and cotton-" ; greens. Many such plants are I aildilefillsV r :
... )(woods. j ideally adapted to foundation J

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Scott.Kelly, Jr.was the proud winner of the boy'sbicycle : II SO .
given away by Winkler Electric Service on Sat- I: Bradford-County Telegraph .f .1 ftEDHM THIS COUPON FOR ,.
Way,J'>ci:.l 23. Pictured with the winner is E. A.j I Lge 9 9 IS DOZ. 89": ,I _::> SOS&. H Green; Stamps"J .
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: cial "crinoline tree" made by : }: : -
Hospital Staff CARD OF THANKSWe
License Rites Wednesday
girls from Mrs Maxine Gib- Tags .. .. ". .
J t' Notice Is Hereby Given that
;And Patients son's home economics class at For Mrs. RogersIn wish to express our the \inderslgned, desiring to
BHS. Go On Sale thanks to our many friends engage in business under the
;Express Thanks Jones ChapelMrs. fictitious name of NORTH
: .. The Hospital Auxiliary also and the doctors and nurses FLUK1DA SUPPLY at 412 E.
Next r d r Call Street, in the City of
T The ,patients and staff of theBradford did much to brighten the holidays TuesdayMotor Alice Heal Rogers, 77, for their kind deeds and: love Starke Florida intends to
County Hospital enjoyed for the patients, and the of Starke, died Monday morn- expressed during the illness I register the said name with the
I a visit from Santa Claus Junior GA's of Madison Street and death of my mother Alice Clerk of the Circuit Court of
I vehicle tags will go on ing in a local hospital after a Bradford County. Florida.
'last Friday afternoon and wish Baptist Church made colorful: sale in Bradford County and brief illness. Rogers. Laura Chilson and I c. W COLSON, Owner
:to thank the Chamber of Com- holiday placecards to be used throughout the state on Tues- Mrs. Rogers was born Dec. family. 12-20 4t l-ll

-merce- for making this possible. by the hospital. day, January 2. 30, 1883 in, LaGrange, Maine,
w In addition to its usual tree All of these efforts were Tags may be purchased, as and had lived in Starke for the
:in the lobby, the hospital also much appreciated by the pa- usual, in the office of Tax Col- past five years, coming here OPEN ALL DAY NEW YEARS!

fnjoyed; this Christmas a spe- tients and staff. lector J. R. Kelly in the county from Zepherhills. She was a
courthouse. Kelly said Wednes- ;': ? :%# member of the Methodist JIMMY MOORE'S The Only Gulf Station in

day that his office has taken 4 s Church. Starke Giving S&H Green Stamps ..
if ,
approximately 250 tag reser- Surviving are a daughter
I vations, and will continue to %W Mrs. Laura Chilson of Starke,

BUCK'SGROCERY take them through noon Satur- and three grandchildren. I rr'cmS&HSl.j0&11

day, December 30, when the Funeral services were held at
courthouse will close. .
10 a. m. Wednesday in Jones
Licenses for 1962 have a Memorial Chapel with Rev. R \ Green Stamps,

and MARKET white background with blue T. Williams officiating. Burial _

numbers and letters. Tag prices was at 2 p. m. Wednesday in
-. Half Mile North of City Limits-U. S. 301 will be: Oakside Cemetery,

OPEN7DAYS -. 7 AM. -11 P.M. Plain type ((2501 3,500pounds with DeWitt C. Jones ZephcrhiUs\Funeral\ 50 100.

) $15.50. I Out Of The PastSince I Home In charge of arrange-
Type W (3,501.4500( pounds) ments. EXTRA STAMPS > :

$20.50. the industry first and his family are downgrade. If shipments from Active pallbearers were E. WITH LUBRICATION WITH PURCHASE '
Type WW ((4,501 up$25.50.)
1- started here in the early1880's ing to save their attempt-I all sections hit the market at Z. Lee, Morris Lee, Floyd Ste- WASH JOB of TIRE or BATTERY
Type D (2001( 2,500)) $10.- OR WITH
Bradford County covering the wart, Charlie Baldree, Ernest
50, for compacts and small, the same time, prices would '
I strawberry growers have been paper hoods. But this like I f Eaton, and Brady Collins. I
cars. No type T tags for small, be adversely affected,
subject to the whims of the other methods of protection, iney YOUR GAS PURCHASE
'I cars, will be sold this year. ,
weather man. was soon abandoned.Most AIRPARK BAPTIST
Truck tags, types G, GH, GK,, i
.. : Down through the years growers now take a I Latest instance of losing a CHURCH I
and CV, will be priced accord IS FREE
various methods have been more philosophical attitude j crop occurred this week -
ing to weight as will trailer and belief that it is when the mercury tumbled into Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
kyAPaS; ; ; HogLloWI tags, types B, BB, L, N, and O. tried to save a crop from express Morning 11:15. IF WE FAIL TO SWEEP
Worship :
Bla sudden cold, but all have better for berries in this sec- the low 20's Monday morn-
II' House trailer tags will cost $10.-
been abandoned as not being tion to be held back by the ing after a recordbreakingwarm Training Union, ,6:30: p. m. OUT YOUR CAR OR CLEAN
50. V
Type tags for trailers
practical. In photo above, a cold until shipments from fall that rushed berries Evening Service, 7:15.: -Rev. YOUR WINDSHIELDRElIEmER
will cost $3 and R
for type tags grower of half a century ago South Florida are on the I I to maturity. Robert Haisten, pastor.
scooters be
10c 29C may purchased
I Winners PickedIn ,lighted the entry. Teen Timers QEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH
I Prices of all tags is 25 cents Third place went to the Bobby i STATION THAT GIVES S&H GREEN STAMPS!

MAXWELL HOUSE higher since June, 1961 when State Farm Turner home for its effective -, Set Party Sunday School 10 a. m. I

COFFEE l lb tin . 69< county's the Legislature distribution increased fee from the Lighting ContestAn Christmas tree door and!i For TonightA Training Morning Union Worship 6:30,: 11 p.a. m.m. STARKE TIRE SALES

25 to 50 cents. lighted tree, visible throughthe combination ChristmasNew Evening Service, 7:30 p. m.- Cor. Court & Madison Sts. Phone 964-5791

Limit 8 With $5.00 Food Order outside Christmas dec- picture window. Year's party is set tonight Rev. Luther A. McGee, pastor.

PET MILK.8 - $!00 orating and lighting contest Honorable mention'was given rThursday, December 281 !I
; for residents of the State Farm I
to the displays of H. B. Mitchell from 7:30-11: in the USO.
GA. RED was sponsored by the Home Ralph Odom, L. P. Pace, The party is limited to 1 i i 1u
Demonstration Club in that
members only but memberships -
R. M. Caddell, and K. D. C n- .
-TOMATOES25' community. Many homes were will be sold at the door.

decorated, ranging from simpleto ner. Dress is semi-formal and. ad-

PURE LARD elaborate themes. Prizes were potted plants mission is one Christmas Tree 20 Words or less, one time ___ .85 Memorials. Resolutions __ 86 per word
+i First prize winner was the from the horticulture depart- ornament to be used to deco- If not paid ta advance 1.60 (Cards of Thanks, up to 50 word' _-__-_-__ 2JS*

VEGETOLE --- With Food Order I J. F. Dorko home, which showed ment at the prison. rate the yule tree for the I Keyed or Blind Ada _____ LOG Over 50 words La- fie per word
$5.00 i that much time and effort The displays
were judged
party. Prizes will be given and
I had been its beauti- Each additional word over 20,....-... 05 Display ads in Classified _._ L59 per btdi
SHORTENING -- 31b'., ----59C spent on Wednesday night of last week dancing and refreshments. I
fully arranged display. by Mrs. Jessie Young and Mrs. will be offered.
n Placing second was the homeof F. J. Pellura, who scored themon No Teen Time will be held Women are earning $2 or ONE FULL TIME AND ONE 35 BTU's like new. Inquire at
R. E. Upton Jr., which featured originality, beauty, visibility this Saturday due to the Jay- more an hour representingAvon. PART TIME WITH 92 YEAR 615 E. Washington Ave.
GRITS or a choir and snow flakeson from the outside, and how well cee New Year's Dance con- Write Mrs. Mabel Gore OLD. COMPANY. ROUTE ,Starke. Ito

'5 LBS CABIN HOME: 2S CMEAL the roof top. Lamp posts the theme was carried out. filet.IT'S Box 3617.to Gainesville.your home Give and directions TYPE$2.46 PER WORK.HOUR. AVERAGE MAN OR PEYTON FLORIST

..- phone number 2tchg 12-29 WOMAN. AGE 35 TO 65. 119 S. THOMPSON ST.
Jo- : : .2.. CAR NECESSARY. WRITE: PHONE 964-4155
VAN CAMPS No. 2tf CansPORK&BEANS4f0r RELIABLE MAN OR WO- MR. GREENE. 659 W. NIGHT '964-3391 or 969-102
r---99c Route in Starke. Good for up LANTA 8. GA. No. 1 We Wire Flowers Anywhere
to $65 weekly to start. No in- 6tchg 2-1 tfchj
'ROYAL vestment. Set your own
ILLEGAL hours. Permanent opportunity. FOR RENT House trailer. FOR RENT TO COUPLE -
'lONG 61 AIN RICE 51bs' 59* Full or Dart time. Watkins Can be moved to own lot. J. small house reasonable. Can
Products Dept. D-3 P. 0 Box B. White phone 9641651. be seen at 334 N. Thompson
2447. Memphis 2. Tenn. ltn 2tchg 1-4
St. 4tp 1-18
I FOR RENT-Efficiency apart- FOR SALE -Several differ-

PICNICS BACONLB. i Stenographer'sPosture For Any Person or Persons to Engage in ment and cold nicely water furnished.furnished.Hot ent and kind grass of seed.baled Also hay 100 Clover ft. THROUGH ADULT EVENINGS.EDUCATION THURSFAY.MONDAY COURSES All

Adults. Phone 964-5144. Mrs. lots fronting Highway 16. J.
LB. I I Chair A. F. Sauls. 633 McMahone B. White phone 964- 651.4tphe High School subjects. Business
Courses. Conversational
29c 39c i fit.:: tfche: 1-18

32.95 Business Under A Fictitious Name. Unless FOR RENT Comfortable FOR SALE Super Cruisair Testing Spanish.service Mechanical White Drawing.stud-

FRESH GROUND furnished bungalow corner Motor Scooter. Excellent con- ents: contact L. H. Gibson.
Madison & Orange Sts.. also dition. 2 years old. In storage USO Bldg. Office. Negro students
BEEF LIVER BEEF I brick cottage. Orange & Call all year. Reasonably priced. : contact Prof. Eddie
I Sts. also house 318 Clark St.; Call! 9fi4-lfi2. tfchjr Tbompkins. RJE High School
I CountyTELEGRAPH The Name Is Registered also 3 business buildings Hi- tfch*

LBS. $$100 way 301 and 4 on Court St. CURTIS MATHES 23" TV A FOR RENT- unfurnished 3
LB.49c .. Lex Green Phone 9646491.It M. & F. M. rtadlo with Stero bedroom house. Completely
H Player $299.95. with trade at redecorated inside. Close in
I T I" SALESMAN OR DEALER Dahmer's Discount House desirable: Apply W. H. Noll
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---- 4 tchg 12-28
------- WANTEDWe man. tfchg

need a factory repre- FOR SALE6 to 7
sentative or a dealer to helpus HASTINGS MATTRESS
second hand galvanized
cover this area.Must be able roofing. 3-4 yard of crushed 1 1rn'k & UPHOLSTERY WORKS
i NoflCErPerson shall be unlawful for any person or parsons, u defined herda, 14 to invest approximately $1,000in Hampton Junction. Ito 710 Lemon 8t-Falatka

stock or devote full time to Furniture Repaired, Up
FOR SALE -Space Heaters
engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined get exclusive rights to this gas cooking stoves, innerspring holstered & RefinishedMATTRESSES
with potential of $15,000
area mattresses rugs, tab- REBUILTNew
without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the per year income. Full training les.. !chairs: porch furniture.
advertising, sales mater- beautiful dressing tables. Mrs.B. Innerspringsand

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business Product ial furnisbed by company.golf I S. Brown. Rt. 1 Box 361 Box Springs
Every who received HOMESTEAD EXEMP- courses. soloH&farmfgL groves. T eat i Kfnll1t1pv near church. Ito Drop Us A Card. or Call

TION last year will receive the renewal APPLICATION is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit business already sold.excellent.For details Accounts writeto WANTED: LISTINGS. FREE PALATKA STARKE EA 964-6331 5-9168

through the mail shortly after Jan. 1st, PLEASE signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of Box General 1115-W Manager.Winter P.Gar-O.i NO OPEN PAY.LISTINGS.STROUT NO REALTY.SALE SIRS. Starke.PEGGY Agent SHALLEB.

J. Hansen. Rep. 5 ml S. of
SIGN and RETURN as soon as possible, either by mailor den. Fla. Stchg 12-28 Starke on U. S. 301. Phone
all those interested in the business enterprise,, the extent of the Interest FOR SALE-2 horse trailer
in person, if by mail and you desire a receipt, enclosea FOR SALE 468-1766. Waldo. tfchg Tanem axel enclosed. Price
self addressed of each, and the fictitious name under which said business( ifl carried Beautiful rare historical COLONIAL FLORIST $125. Ronald Andrews, phone
stamped envelope. antiques: Furniture from all Only F. T. D. Florist In Starke. 9646284. Rt. 2 Box 172-A.

on. Said registration may not'be made until the person or persons desiring over 1865.the Oriental earth rugs.period Dresden 1620- Flowers wired any place. Flow Bayless Hiway. Starke. Itchg

EVERY person who desires the EXEMPTION for china, objects of art. First ers for all occasions 506 locally.East MAMA' PRIEST has openings
Phone 9646291.
to engage in business under a fictitious name shall bare advertised Us ortheir Edition Books exquisite for several children beginning -
the FIRST TIME must bring his DEED or CON BrassBeautiful pastel 100 per Nona St tfchg 2nd semester. Phone

intention to register said fictitious, name at least week for four cent soft dress woolens from 9649374. 2tchg 1-'
once a
TRACT of FOR RENT-Furnished or un-
(proof ownership) properly recorded in the New England. Four [4] poster furnished 2 bedroom house.

public records of Bradford County before Jan. 1st, to ((4)) consecutive weeks in,some newspaper as defined by law in the cesnty nieces.beds.Desks satin from wood Newport.inlaid Contact 337 N. Walnut. UP St. 22 TURKEY Rifle-Shot SHOOT Gun
Glidvg Harrington
R. I. [Estate of Mrs. O. H. SAT. DEC. 30
the Office of Tax Assessor in person to sign the appli- where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall net to Belmont & Vanderbilt Mansion NEW BEAUTIFUL Pastel LU'S TAVERN

cation.ONLY. !. India, English, Victor- and: dark colors 100 per cent Klnrsler Lake Fla. lt
accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof el ian Empire. Louis XVI, sofa, chairs, benches. French coats skirts. New from best THISIf

persons who reside on their property and in I such.publication. marquetry inlaid pieces. N.B. S.E. Brown.Mills. Very Rt. 1 reasonable.Box 361. yOU into have Your thought own business.about going

Empire chests of drawers. Out Kip"a1Pv".. '. Itn NOW IS THE TIME-
good faith make the same his or her permanent home standing oil paintings and i AMERICAN OIL STATION U.S.39lt& .

should apply for this exemption. I Chinese pieces of furniture.Rt. WANTED Listings of all SR No. 16 is nowavailable.
I types of real estate. We attract -
1 Box 361..Kingsley Lake. bUYers from Coast: to We are flexible. Call me and
Residence B. S. Brown near Coast. United Farm Agency. let's discuss it. W. M. Stewart.

TANGIBLE'and INTANGIBLE personal propertytax If you are engaged in business under any name K. L. Baptist Church. H.964-2881 G. 1301Jln, 426 er.N. SIlent Walnut Phone St. n.FR'"6-5631.... 11., or FR 20110.tfchg

returns are be'mailed at this time. If we can be LARGE HOUSE FOR SALE 4tr 12-28 WORTH THE TRIP

of any'assistance to with these forms please feel Comoletelr farmished [6 FDR RENT-Furnished apart- Mobile Homes Always
you other than apartment) double

welcome to call on us. your own, and have not had this name. tie Enjoy N. a Cherry home St.plus income.ranee. shopping ments.2011 Reasonable call center.at 213 Phone rates.s. CherrySt. Near 969- below LAKE market GENEVA, and clean.

See J. B. Owner. TRAILER PARK fi
Office. tfchg
Shell Co.

We will appreciate notice of any change in your, prop- properly advertised and registered we will be tfchr- FURNISHED[ APARTMENT 1 ml SE on of Route Keystone 100 His. ,{t

and water
the 2 bedrooms, lights \
erty during past
year. Ready mix concrete. concrete furnished. Inquire Bulling- MALE CHIHUAHUA dark

i glad to give all Information to cement.block. cones mortar fence mix.posts rock sand.steel. ton Studio St. or 321 West Madison tfchg- brown markings.with Picked white up and Tuesday tan t.i
: you necessary as oyster shell. linvrock. and roof
THE HOMESTEAD APPLICATIONS AND gravel Phone 964-2521. tfchg r Dec. 19 at Blue ChID. ChUdJ1
I i Bradford Engineering Co. FURNISHED one Pet. Please return to yelloll'block
apartments for rent. W. H. house across from Blue

_ I what you should do. ,', FOR SALE OR RENT 2 bed- Nollman. 510 N. Cherry.tfchg Chip. No questions asked. ,)I

TAX RETURNS MUST BE TAKEN CARE : room Hampton.unfurnished All modern house conven at Itchg .4

I II iences. 34 acres mostly planted I BE SURE to Kt WORLD
-1 M. A. Pavne. 204 3. BOOK before buying any encyclopedia Equipment PeJ I 7
in nines.
OF BETWEEN JAN. 1st AND APRIL 1st. I BRADFORD COUNTY Glenn St. Phone 964-3794.tl'hv,, local representative M. A. Payne since, 195 your*. J PlantofINDUSTRIAC IowfDJ -

Box 603. P- 964-3794 tfchg >
I FOR RENT -2 bedroom
unfurnished '
GENE LONG TELEGRAPH ._ garage apartment FOR 'RENT Kingsley Lake Equipment For Every Job

Phone 964-4921. ti chg. extra nice 2 bedroom garage Superior Tractor Co.
furnished. CinUlatlng -

'.. -. T. Quigley It chg: Johns 964-4201. tfcng 5353 W. Basra JackwovEsFARM '
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I Y" Bradford County 4 Telegraph :

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bout 8 a. m. Monday. His TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTT Year's resolution to go to AIRPARK BAPTIST SEVENTH DAY

folks were so happy to see church every Sunday, Wed- CHURCH ADVENTIST CHURCHSabbath '

: him CLAY HILL nesday, and any other day
L NORWAY FUDGE: For possible during 1962. and see Sunday School 9:45: a. m. School Saturday:! ?

Hew Year's. ,if we do not feel much betterat Morning Worship 11:15 a. m. 9:30: a. m. Morning Worship
Three cups white sugar and the end of the year. Training Union. 6:30: p. m. 11 a. m. Located between WU*
and Grim LooP.E. .
son Road
3 cups brown sugar. 2 cups Evening Service 7:30 pm..-
cream [Half and half will do VVTTVTTVVVTVVTTTTyTyyPINE L. Marley, pastor. Fbona

JJJ'Il 8tJ1'qess ens( or a diulted canned milk 7LYy rx kA K'a Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mose- Rev. Robert Haisten. pastor. 9641324.

PONCA. a Cook this mixture until it ly. of Highland announce the LEVEL

form a very soft ball when tea = birth of twin daughters.Mr. .

Wherein the of heart.I .I I dropped in cold water. Re- and Mrs. W. B.England
busy days fly get the ache out my { By Mrs. J. E. HcRa
swiftly, winter arrived here move from fire and add but- and niece Kay of Florence.!
am all ready but fixingone
with icy zero weather and box for a. neighboring ter size of an egg and 1 teaspoon a Ala. spent Christmas weekend ,AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmong

deep snow. We vanilla. and 1 cup black : with Mom and Dad Strick-
welcome the farmer and son. They always the visitors at church
walnut meats. Let stand until land and Mr. England's chil-
Clad -!
new year. give us a chicken and cream last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
As I stand at the door of the and things from the farm. cool and beat until light I j. dren. Lavon Alvarez and daughtersof
brown. Form into a roll and I Iit rI Sammie Starling was home
Orlando Mr. and Mrs. J. I
unknown year. Since last Christmas the wife __
be sliced. It will keep from Ft. Jackson Jar the
may L. Alvarez and child of Mid-
And face the days ahead and mother passed away. Iknow -
1 can meet all that they hold they are lonely and well for several weeks. weekend. dleburg. and Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Gene and Clarence
in storeSerenely miss her. I just cleaned the HELPFUL HINTS: Freeze Jerald Baldwin and son of
some of big batch of Lang of Tampa, and Jim Jacksonville.The .
'wIth lifted head: mortuary down below and your
Knowing that I can face each have the upstairs dusted and ioughnuts. Wrap hi aluminum Bud, who is in service, spent Heart of Florida Youth

task. and mopped fresh linen on foil just one for eachof Christmas with relatives and Fellowship is having a party
friends at HilL
Each test because I am sureI the bed. I am always, glad to you. About 15 min. before N..B. Sweet Clay Dees of Mid- Dec. 28 at the Meltrose Ave.

have with me a present help when there !is a family you want to eat take from dleburg called the Strick- Baptist Church hi Lake City.

help: m sorrow, but so glad whenwe freezer and put in the oven on MrsRushell Thomas, and .
'lands for a few minutes Sunday -
In God I am secure. ,, are not needed. I hope we and they are like fresh cook- I morning.: This was the girls were in Savannah Ga.

can get by this Christmas ed doughnuts.I last Saturday visiting Mrs.

The above poem I bav0 without, having a death. Last wish you all could see our ___. m __ ______ __. first time we had seen Sweet ,Thomas' son-in-law and
read, over and over. It give\ for several years.
Christmas we had two a little quiet western town. It daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lon
me courage yet there are man and wife. is all decorated for Christ- Equipment Examined By Five The Winton Parrish fam- nie Davis. :
ily of Avon Park spent
times when the silent stream
mas. At the city hall is the Mrs. Robert Taylor and
Don is at the store. Gabbyk
of mountain Christmas with Mrs. Parrish's
rushes j
memory as a -
stream and I realize,that asleep. I have bread dough manger and Joseph Mary Guard Members On Active Duty father and family the Fred daughter of Raiford and Mrs.
Christ child, and shepherds l;. M. McRae of Heilbronn dto
ising. We will have hot Langs at Clay Hill. Winton :
precious for
days are gone \ 0zv2
and wise The
men. light poles Springs were visiting J.
ever. It is hard to keep head whole wheat rolls for supper.r are draped with evergreens Five members of the 379th ists and guardsmen called into has recovered from his recent W. McRaes last Sunday.Mr. %vI1

lifted serenely You see, I Life is good and now on and lights all colors. A ANG Signal Detachment Camp active service recently, the. accident much better than and Mrs. Rufus Alvarez ) tAt.a" \' ..\.\

thought until just a few days Christmas Ere we will open Christmas tree stands in the Blanding, who were called to men of the 379th Detachmenthave was thought possible. He just were In Orlando weekend before -

ago that. Fred my grandson, our' gifts from the children. square at the street crossing active duty last Oct. 1, are no real complaints. If any- had 14 rib fractures and a last visiting their son and : \ .
would be back after Christ- Fred'left his gifts for us un- by the post office. I walk shown examining a new pieceof thing, they would like to be broken shoulder blade! daughter-in-law and' grandchildren ..
to be We der the tree and he took his busier than Mrs. Fred Lang [Lela en- ..
mas with us again. Jown every evening to see signal .test equipment at even they alreadyare. Mr. and Mrs. Lavon O :

found. that in order to go to ,, home unopened. One gift I about the mail and admire their present stations, the U. But then, this is a group joyed her Christmas dinner I Alvarez, and daughters.Mrs. .

an embalming school in In- asked him to open and wear l the lights and listen to the S. Army Signal Corps depot, that thrives on hard work. her company and everything Rushell Thomas and -, p1

dianaihe: has to take his apprentice home. He seemed so happy music played by the cafe. Tobyhanna, Pa. The five men have combin else so well that she wanted girls were in Jacksonville one
work at a mortuaryin i over his sterling silver chain Pictured are (from left) to share a part of it with .
The snow sparkles hi the ed military service of 78 )'eats. day last week on business. .. .
that state. Since he has and a pendant that on one CWO-2. Lonnie Fullwood, SP5 someone else. So she broughtus
lights and is clean and white. Fullwood has 17 years of military Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae
enough college work for en- side had symbols of the Presbyterian Oren T. Derkman, SP5 Joseph Stricklands a nice big partof ,
Just paths shoveled for Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman
tering now hi Indiana he' is Church and on the N. Warren, SP5 Richard V. St. experience Derkman 23, her dinner which we en-
walks. I and .
I hope it stays on son Gerald Mr. and Mrs.J.
staying with his parents and I other side it said. I am a John, and SP5 Willie S. Griggs. Griggs 10. St. John 17, and joyed very much. This reminded .
now for Christmas and E. MfRae and children Mr.
will look for a place to work. Presbyterian. He seemed Christmas Eve spreads an- Unlike some of the reserv- Warren 11. us of "old times" and Mrs. J. W. McRae and
Somehow it such proud to wear it and away he when folks thought of some-
came as a other layer softly over this we ------ - .., Mrs.H. M. McRae were among
drove home. He loaded I I' "
jolt so quickly that it hit me up one beside themselves and Community State Bank of Starke
afternoonand already have. That is real ,. those attending a small family
hard. It was such fun having his things Sunday Christmas. wanted to share with their get-together ChristmasDay
him here and we went to started about 2 o'clock. Home Demonstration friends and neighbors when on
Soon we shall have a new at the home of Mr. and
church together. I was t hap- We went to church in the ) they had something to enjoy. STARKE, FLORIDA
year. I have several new cal- Notesby Mrs. Barney Eggers in Jack-
It will time to Well after all of our sum-
py. take now morning. He arrived home aVolky endars and am looking forward 4iY sonville. Those from Jack-
mer weather even ,almost
to New Year's Eve whenwe sonville were Mr. and Mrs.
through DecemberOld Man
: DOROTHY ROSS Allen Hall and daughter
Winter finally got here and
Ring out the old Home Demonstration Agentbe Doddle, and Mr. and Mrs.
has given us a pretty good
Ring in the new I Barney Eggers and children.Mr .
Ring happy bells across the I Pointers On Roasting: Turkey come from our outward ex- demonstration of what he can and Mrs. Chester Andrews }

t snow. Christmas isn't the only pressions of affection warmth do on short notice. The temperature were visiting in Tampa

J The year is dying let it go. time that the family can enjoy and love for others..Love here at our house last weekend.
turkey. Clip this and means relating ourselves,, to Tuesday morning was.- just
Happy New
year to all and I Mrs. H. M. McRae spent
thanks to I taste it in your recipe book, others so that we get a feel- 18-about as cold as it was
our good editor,and part of last week'with her
then enjoy another turkey ing of being important to any time last winter. Water
family for a big box of large son-in-law and daughter Mr.
frozen, and we were almost
several weeks from now. other people.
pecans for '
our Christmas Taylor
frozen too! and Mrs. Robert in
It made me so happy. Turkeys may be roasted A part of the mental and Raiford.Mr. .
without stuffing but shouldbe spiritual therapy of Christ-: May Bell Norman of Highland -
God bless you every one, and Mrs. 1. N. Norman
trussed-binding legs and mas is bound up with family, : spent a .few days in the
LOVE, MOTHER LURA. wings to the body. Bake the and cultural traditions.. Our I Lake Butler hospital. and son, Gerald and Mr and

st !ing.during' the last hour memories trf past- Christmases Rev. North: waff"with"us: in Mrs. Elden Sapp and.son Joe

or hour and a half of bird. add to the special joy in the Highland Church services visited Mr. and Mrs. Barney
and in Jack-
Notice i. FICTITIOUS hereby given NABS that roasting time. our hearts. These traditionsand Sunday'night., and gavea sonville.

4 (.1; :z'LL tha undersigned, under the provisions If you are going to stuff memories contribute to brief message on the mean-
of Chapter 20.85J. Lawsof the'turkey do just before J. W McRae, Leslie Melvin
so our sense of security and ing of Christmas. We.did not
I Florida. .Acts of '
1941, will and Thin McRae went fish-
the time to put it in the Union
register with the Clerk of the family unity.Celebrating. have Training or
& W Circuit Court in and for Brad- oven. This ]is to avoid food preaching services, but had ing in the Gulf last Saturdayand
ford Christmas revives -
Florida upon re- brought home a very
k .ceipt of proof of publication of poisoning. i in each one'the'hope for our Christmas program of
thin notice the fictitious name of Place turkey on a rack in a songs and: Scripture reading. good catch.
Starke Radio & TV. under whichwe understanding that could *
are engaged In "business at shallow pan in a 325 degree unite the world if it were in This included an organ solo
da.311 E. Call Street, Starke, Flori- preheated oven. Start roast- every human heart. Truly it by Debbie Phillips which was AT THE TABERNACLE

Tom McConnehey 331 Clark ing with breast down. For i is better to give than to receive much enjoyed.All climax of the Christmas

Street. Starke, Fla. last hour turn breast up to the true members of.the. HIgh-
and to keep observance at the Gospel
Joe Lloyd, Rt. 1, Box: 82, Latey. ,,- brown. Put over the turkey a
I Fla.Dated. spirit of Christmas alive not land Church should remem- Tabernacle was held during 1

I this 14th day of December tent of aluminum foil or a at the holiday season ber that next Sunday night !is the Bible School hour Sunday
A. D. 1961 at Starke. piece of white cheese cloth only observe the
the night
we when of
morning a program
Bradford County, Florida. whole
but throughout the
moistened with fat. If cloth
1Z-14 4t 1-4 Lord's Supper and all should music and recitations, entitled :
dries out during cooking, add year. fce present. The first Sundayin "Sharing" was given followed '
felted fat baste with
The Board of County Commissioners or pan January Rev. Chism has by a short message by the

of Bradford County, drippings.Cut HEUBRONN been with the Highland sponsor..
Florida will receive sealed bids .
trussing String between BAPTIST CHURCH
at 10:90: o'clock, on the morning Church as pastor, and he re New Year's Day is plannedto
of January 9, 1962, In the court- legs when the roastingis that all members be "
( room in the courthouse for all about half done. Sunday School, 10 a. m. be spent by members at
Starling'sGrocery No. 2 fuel and kerosene, to be Morning Worship, 11 a. m present.We the home of Rev. MacManusin ,
The turkey is done when
supplied to the courthouse, agri-
cultural building health clinic the leg joints move easily Training Union 6:30: p. m.. just had 53 present in Wellborn, observing a day .

and county Jail I Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m. Sunday School last Sunday of fellowship and prayer.
The bid shall be made as so and the flesh on the legs is Eva and Leslie Libby
and Market Prayer Meeting Wednesdays, and the Junior Boys won
much below the prevailing tank soft and pliable when press-.
wagon price. ed with the fingers. The 7:30: p. m. Rev. Joe Roop banner. In spite of the cold CHRISTIAN CHURCH
The Board reserves sad aU bids.the rightto I pastor. Ray Norman pianist. weather we had several pres- SUNDAY SLBYICES
reject any meat thermometer in the
SEAL night, and had Libby Sales& Service'
( ) 190 de- Glen Norman Sunday School ent Sunday
CHARLES A. DARBY, thigh should register the church Cart Clarke, Minister
four additions to
superintendent: W. H. Green,
when bird is done
grees 10:00: a. m. Bible School
12-20 2t 12.28' Training Union director. D. R. one by baptism and three by
at 165 degrees.
in the dressing
11:00 a. m. Worship and Com
letter. Let's make our New
T Stuffed turkeys should Redding mnnicn. ..

T STARE .BUSINESS: DIRECTORY more stuffed baked Buns per ones.pound about 5 than minutes un- SMALL BOAT FAIR! I''' REGISTER OFTEN

The 4-H girls have been (Thur&, Fri., Sat.) December 28, 29, 30 'I

eating Prune Buns or Stuffed -
AUTO BODY SHOPMack's ..AUTO RADIATOREd J. B. Wright Prunes this month. Theyare Pre-Inventory Sale I .' .

SINCLAIR SERVICE used as a desert in the .
:: Body Shop Prevatt's Garage STATION 4-H Picnic Meals Foods Pro- i NEW BOATS it

RADIATOR SERVICENew Complete Auto Setrke ject. But they are good now I 10' Trussmaster Sportsman! -Fiberglass $139.50 I I!. : .

BOOT A FENDER REPAIRS Core Roddinr Tire Batteries--Accessories for New Year goodies. The I 10'3" Orlando Clipper-Aluminum 149.00

COLLISION SERVICE Flashing, Crank Shaft Electric Welding girls think you will like 12' Arkansas Traveler Fisherman's Dream-

Grinding 542 Madison 969-2801 them, too. Aluminum 155.00

[lPa1n Matching Lawn Mower Motors Be If the prunes are the 12' Arkansas Traveler Angler-Aluminum 167.50 I

Or 9 43881So. ''one side and remove the USED BOATS

Plume 965-2405 Walnut, Starke Starke Recap Co.' seed. For the hard kind I I

2033 N. Ttsaple. Stark Pappy Reolsioa, Owner Mix, cover' with hot water and 10' Trussmaster. Sportsman-Fiberglass ,

AUTO SERVICE 'Recapping for Can & Trooki I soak for 30 minutes. Dram I Retail $139.50 $125.00 !

Dodd's Service & ONE DAY SERVICE and remove the seeds. Stuff I 11' Johnson, Demonsfrator-Fiberglass.I

AUTO PARTS NEW TIRES AT SAVINGS with small .amount of peanut Retail $229.00 $189.00 :
Auto Sales butter. Close prune.
GENERAL REPAIRING Phone 961-0221 Spiced Pecans Murray Trailers (Demonstrator) ;

Motor International' Lifetime 135 N. Temple Stark So many have asked for :
iStarke, I MrsSmith DeVoe's recipe 12' Murray Non-tilt, TraiIer-

Inc. FIRESTONETires. Mufflers FARM SUPPLIES for' spiced pecans that she I Retail list $135.00 $110.00 ;
Parts Co.
wants to share it with everY i
Batteries, :.Accessoriet Brownlee *. NEW GALE MOTORS : :
one. The 4-H girls made : ,
528 8. Walnut 984-3M1
four Local NAPACor. I ChasteenSEEDS them for their Recognition 5 HP .1962 GALE',outboard motor $225.00 I
Jabber For Starke "66" ,Service FEEDS Program last week. 15 HP 1962 GALE outboard motor 347.50 : lly ft "Nomad" PIDerSlsr Boat-Johnson 18" HP. .Marry T2t TnStf

Bill EdwardsWE FERTILIZERS Combine 1 cup sugar one- FINE FOR FISHING 0 .
Brownlee & dark half teaspoon cinnamon and'
: prates ft Plants I -
Phone 964480L, 9M..0611 one-half cup water. Cook ; .
NO -
& just to the hard ball stage. .
Bftiiwlng AlignmentPhone Farm Supply State"Cor. -

AUTO'REPAIRS'. .N. Temple 964SM1C17 Siaifca 10th a Cherry Starke, Add extract.one-half, 1 teaspoon teaspoon, vanilla salt- 'No. 99 Rod & Reel -'Val. $27.95: TO BE GIVEN AWAY BYIMPERIAL

WELDINGGARAGEThomas one ,ai3& a half cups pecan DRAWING AT, 6 P. M. SAT., DEG 30TH ;

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ALL KINDS OP Standard Oil ATLAS Service- Station Electric and Acetylene ,siding, : nuts.True Christmas Spirit .

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KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS Mr. anti fis.tt1i mas H. 1"iirii fc < .is 'School* News, Ted Springer, pastor. 'I CHURCH MELRQSE
!I $ Mrs. 'Andrew Taylor recuperating A tea for the faculty.members I
Dunn of Wilmhlgton. Del. are :7fronr'Avifecefit .
fI Ifl- wastgiven-Tuesday Sunda10 i. m. Churc
spending The holidays 'with'itr .. ,J. "" :' "r.. ...'... METHODIST CHURCH ,
By Mary K. Schaeffer |i ,1 I ''Jly "Bin. Alice Bothhnmner .. h r. ftbbn in :the>HomeEc.! -Building MELROSE School .1.1:45 a. in. Morn
"and Mrs. 'R."N: &1rider'f ess.Mrs.H
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I ............a..a....... ...& &. al.a A. L..li'... i.... ... ... .a. ... ... A. ... A t .a t a l a a l a a a a ndin; : 'c'hHdreh. :Mr. \\h'4' )i"IJ I'"- 'A. 'Barnett 'spent by the Future Homemakers Prayer aria .Sermon' tPiTsSunday.
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-----7 1I..J ---r: r w. ALJJAAA thi''Chritinas todays %lthuBebee -of America, sponsored Griffith. I Holy Oommuruohl.:
:Miss Martha SasserTo "and"Airs. Dunn are ;'Mrs. Su'riijerland's A:"" .JI.. .tA w.'and f is 'wimaui 'Pe1.tison"1n by Mrs. Francis .'JlAVwf..l'J.; >! I Toung'Churt
was first. \i.rganized. Their Mr. .-and 'Mrs; George :D. StephensoThefood n. : p. 11'! Episcopal -
Wed Gary Dale'jChance home'- was the one now qwned' 'parents.Mrs..' .. Price eh&dattfoieraf: ) l'Mr.'and } 'inter; : "Ja iirioo1 101" waslpreparedrby the JS riday School 0:45: a. m. f'trieri.

Mr. and Mrs. R. 9.; Sasser; end occupied by the.C.'d..0' ,Mr. ,jrid} L>n IoVnihjgJfojn : a spend ttre ''holaiays'.W\th :lalntfwjrof, Jack :Home :EC. classes Servers for Worihlp 1r2:a. -m.S1YP r Holy Daps'-1o a m., Holt

Jr., of Albany, Ga. announcethe 'Connor,.!amUy.Mbs : Geneva' 'Trailer :'Park"enjoyed t. PP4; L 1J ',. ,' sonvflletfith :''spen'f'th'i holidays the event were ,Doris Ford and 'MCF'7 p. m. Communion.
rhriit as dinner f ) '(1.-: 'It :!* 'Evening Worship 8 .' ,
engagement of 'their } 'Carolyn Wilkes JonesEiisared : 'Mrs. Walter 'Mr./aBd Mrs.. Kalph and (Barbara Whitehead. The p m.
.: ; J3. 1 The Rev. Millard H. Breytfogle -
'- J with .Mr. and Mrs. : igthews'aridKa: Prayer Meeting tWedJ7:30P.
daughter Martha Virginia, to Jo,Mr. JUM e Joseph 'spent'the f ; :hotid'aysrlth ) > y room was decorated with arrangements f :

Gary Dale Chance sdn ol Lt.I 1. r.aria.Ms. PredJones of ; ,tetii. :DWi1g. "fterhdpn'Jpo .)jiejr ; : aBBhter'amf'ispnfaiSarapa. -. .'dr'anirs4ant' : Roth- made ..by. the m:; i 'Vtear.ATW .
Cdr. and.Mrs. Ray E. Chance.', ,Neptune, Beach:an9unce thenga )lje- jmings' received, aCiristRfas .;: i f1Jrs.: Wh y''in hammer:\JrV:"j& "North Utileclr'Ark' irls. f ; .A. r "
USN. [Retired of Keystone tllephpp. .call.from 'i. : ; are the parenis df t
: ant -of their daiighter :; ind heirV'daughter, The =Music Department '
Heights. .Carolyn Wilkes, ,to >Hei-; .thfff .sOn.. i .Ney: .tTerseyjnafle1 fl l 4. \'. anda, a'Wtia: 'iiei..'frimi. ;'jt< ,u" bY'bo1:: ; Gregory teed. gave a Christmas :program 5'UL A N'CE: \-SER: V I CE:

Miss Sasser ,attended Albany bert 'iefece [Bubba] kL Mee; twch them" 11aPPy i.conOa a1 ,. % ," ; Lao ". toirit>ed;'13. 'Paternal 1 grandparents :finder the direction Tof :..Dr.Hovhannissian 'PHONE' '9&t:260. rDeWilt
;Mass : a cqufoiiglitint '' .r >
schools ,Duke are' 'Kirtind'; frs.'Granl'Rothha Ie"
University son ,,of \Mr. .and Mrs. 'Law-; !. f.r: tend Mrs. Evans 'Spires .' on Tuesday : Funeral ..HomeDeWitt'
C. Jones
Emory-at: -: and ,rence LaMee vof ..Keystone 's xairis'tmas.'day.with'fier arid-family 4Spint'ihe" weekend nmeri'Sh;!' ; ** morning and Tuesday 'night. -

is now,a Senior at Emory elghh 1 'The wedding ,,will 'fcce.ana;' iaiuljyr.Mr.Saud I *With*iVil'1 hr*'RL mother.t <*"' ll Mrs";'Angela- v..i l 'j.Mr.?:anoTiMnfclR.j'.VMaltoryand ; !\ :: Grades ,1 through 6 'had prepared C. Jones Registered' Funeral DirectorS

University\4., 'take place in August of 1962 !T5e'6rge''Saha1effer.. ;and I Kostibus,.in! 1amt.: children of Palatka. visited songs. The High SchoolBand ;>.--FIL i.'_
The future bridegroom attended dale ':1noanced. children_Miss>McCullough is i. :Mr. !3ritl'Mrs.'W. H. 'Mann. .
the to -be Mr. and % rs. *&-t i'Demean : Grammar School (Band, RENTAL CERVICES
Keystone .Heg! its .later.ilt will .be in St. Paul's.hyahe a.>es"Herit" .of White'.redther 'of Lawton Okla., spent aeek Mrs. Ada Ford, is 'confined r rand'The 'Chorus also partici- Hospital Beds Nhehatrg.Crulehes f
School: County !Court: to .her home with flu. ,
Bradford! -High -Seaitt Neptune Beach..Sony . School, and Emory- t-O: Mrs. Ruth jeha, .MrS.Shi 'Mrs. "Mattie Torley and -
; ,.Np KajendarWlJh : anti Mrs. R., F. Simmons. by Mrs. Thomas Berry. t '

ford. He ;iis currently in basic \ eo many :regulars y :Glover! and : arpnrlover 4 r, : :Mr.. and Mrs. >James J. daughter,, ivirs- Joe Preston of 'The: Senior Class held a
training .in 'the ',.United StateMr strove jto .ctlamib, oh4un ''Flagler Beach, visited friends
Christmas Party -Wednesday
Hear2ie children of. ram
meetings cancelled the + : ; -
Force, and is stationed at holidays, it seemed unpractical ayi."Jbec.i7.to:! visiTstaff:: .pa. spent '.the ;Christmas in 'Melrose recently. night 'at thehome'i 'of Larry;: GLASS:. That's, Qur :Business

Goodfellow: Air Force jBase, ] to attempt to compile a gt.andMrs.-Qather: ; ; holiday's with ,her ;parents, 'Mr."and'Mrs.W.+ : D. Th rn- Strawrt. A weinei- roast marshmalloW -' "If It'd ilTaBS'axe: Have It"

San Angelo. Texas. 'r lendar for this week. onc, 'and I -(daughters.,.'Mrs. .Queen" .is Rattler LateMeets :. fDr.L anti Mis. Cecil.R. Hook. tori: spent the holidays ;wth roast .and dancing' CALL, WRITS $r' VISIT |

The wedding will 'be rlrs. Bleha's.! ,:daughter.. HI" ,their daughter arid' son-in- :acre ,highHghts-TJf> the oc-1 tfcA&S ,
.an more, we are 'i'eeduesting'th8 e tut g :.OuesttbfiA-lr: antlMrs.:; ;Mj : = FOIT ANY NEED
event of Christmas ts w" : ;-law..Mr. -i and Mrs. William. : : '.
December 31 at the ;publicity chairmen \ip'f each we.eke.Rd :3. ..Storer of Lake: Swan for i'' casion.K' I I

Central Baptist Church i in organization please let jus-; Trf the heron iD- "whjdden; "'. Fate the' I holidays include her 'D1ii' +den ui:TJorence, SAC! The 'Holiday Tournamentswere'Tifia'ln : SHMSlffiSffi"Formerly
t and
'Mr. Mrs.: hack Jacoby
Albany. Ga.Marriage Jr. family; included Mrs. '
know what isoing, to .hap mother, Mrs-Schneider, of DuniielionDed..
Of Local pen, so we can: get;;it.in (onschedule. I Whidden's' ,jparents, Mr. and" Before ,the hard freezes .qj }iCJeyetendOhio, and .(their and children' of Chicago", Ill "28, 29.1mtsO.ti; *The Boys' .(xoF+:axc.). .

Interest Announced 'Mrs-. C.ffl.JColes; Mrs.; yhid'den's -: Monday arx?-Tuesday'the ,fall tliree aons,.JohnnY, who ..is.r spent 'the holiday/rwith "'her -team.pafttdpated.. '' f 1 'Job ;PetErs !Glass l Co:'

Richard Elbridge Clapp, Jr., We also hope that everyone e' *brother .Charles cPles; :and :winter 'had 'Ireen 'so' mil r d home.frorii'tlie! J t1a j fora"fetere 'tarenU':; 'Mr. and\\Mrs.' : J. ,V.Siade"and 'The'brs'maicot was ofI; We Desfgn.lto8ern 'Stole ;Frbl1ts
a former Keystone :Mr. iWhidden's parents, Mrs:1 that some ''rattlesnakes we ', faint];}. '
Heightsboy '
days 'krppy : '
: frorn the Uni'versify i from Bull- '
had as merry a Christmas awe s ; cfiinl"nangjett ; Just Mali.US A .PatternvlForTable
was married on Sunday and.Mrs.-.T. D. Whidden. 0r.and .; still on'the' prowrra'ther'lhah'seeking r ;tif 'South Morfda in -Ir. 'and 'Mrs: C. A. Ford dogs'to' Tuesday.
and that their luck will f 'Mustangs
Oct. 13, in Christ Episcopal hold in the .his grandfather, 'Sdney) a Warm gopher'hole. Tampa; and Tommy.who 'is ,and daughters l spent Sunday. -aftenioon.' (. Tops

Church in Martinsville. .Va. .Open "House( coming Tor year. Wht>den --all !of Jackson Roy Watkins 'Keystone Home from. i "Haryaf3."Col 'Siidian.lwtverCity: with Mr,. .131? N. W. 4th PL Gainestme,, Ia.'pii iona F82-4353:

ttMiss.Emily Umbarger lof'> Teetoafers"Friday .ville.JMrs.-JVhidden'sjnephew, : Heights surveyor, killed this y *-- .. and Mrs. John Bellerjeau and : .
night-Dec.-29, the and Mrs R. H. Kelleyare FIRST METHODIST'MELRGSE ; oJ LN..t .... ,. .. ,-.,. .
that city. He is the son of teenagers of St. William'Lhiueh -Curt-Siheel, Jr.ialso,0f Jaek>: six-footer near 'TloraTiomeWednesday improving in the!III Navy Monday in Orlando with Mr. c iIi im-::"

Mrs. R. E. Clapp of -Clearwater ionvUlewas.there. ,for;Christmas ibf last 'welk.1 .Hospital'in:' iJaeksonvflle.! and Mrs.+ John Simmons arid >, fit r; ; "
and the late Mr. hold an Open; \| -dinner. That's one less gopher 'H6fe family.
House at the Masonic Hall Mrs. O. T Robinson spent Sunday: 9:45: '&. m., Church
Clapp. He and his bride will for all their friends. All teen Mr. 'and -Mrs. Aubrey *Wesctttt. 'that' 'will:be need dforiitt1 Christmas with 'Her sisters Mrs. Joe Hanks visited her is3h6olVfotkin aged; 11 -iiin.: .

live in Charlotte 'N. C.. agers -in ''the area are: 'invited: Mr. -and 'Mrs. iRichard' snake quarters 'this winter. and brothers-in-law.. Mr. and brother in Pensacola. Mor lii'"-Worship: 630p.: '!n.,

where he is employed in the LaMee, l'Mike.MU1er.ill..olj ,+ Andrew Dunk m, cele- but'fi' -'lrishtp .:
and of course there will be 'Mrs. George &. Imhdtf, and
Missiles Dept. of Douglas Air no charge. There wills be Jacksonville, spent Christmas Dr. :aid Mrs. :Arthuri"lS. brated his first birthday 'Dec., Wednesday. 7:30 p. m., Bi-
craft. The cause they have .made so i'24.. ,
new Mrs. Clapp i with the LawrenceLaMeesuin ,
music, refreshments Rhoades in Jacksonville:
a former school teacher. and 'Keyitone'take.Christmas ; -many frien s. ..Mrs..Widegren.'has Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Casoriattended I I ,
dancing, and a lot of chaper- !-fr."an 'M's.'Em t -Bartett .
The Clapps were KeystoneHeights'residents ones. Do come. > 'dhiner'guests of lien eSpecially ..interestedin ;and.'tfieir gust ij Mr.;and .a family reunion at :7'N'S: UiR :A N C.EAutoFireCaiaalty : :
doing church 'work, ; "*
John Bird .arid 'as.114 s the home of .Mr. d Mr. :
for many School To Reopen Mr. and Mrs :'Mr. :&ffS'( r. aylnohxi 'Shaver 'arid ; an I (
'who has
bee '
3 ears. Mr. Clapp Sr. was Keystone School childrenwill family Included-Col. and Mrs; president rConneen.ijf St. ..Willianfa sons*of'Mohawic,'N. Y. -Spe ni George .,Thigpen in" 2p .1.Mka 1feffiIs ud AUi a tines /
with the Clay Co-op when it return to their .Walter Anderson and ,chil- ;.Sunda Y. ? '
studies Christmas oh'the beach" atSt.M'
Catholic .;Club "for two gear'. ... Reynolds ;Insurance :
JPauliBitd 4
Tuesday morning Jan.j.t2. <3ren;;their. son Lt. ; :Keystones loss :iis Johnson : a Stine. I Mr. and Mrs. C. ,A. Hoff- << :
Their next day off will not,pe from .iBrumwick. ::Ga.; !.ad vine's gain. However. John' Mr. and Mrs. Carl 'Haglural. man. Jr. and children,:M f r r' 'Agency"W.

until January 25, at whiCh their cousin, Mrs. Ruth.John&on .'\ Gainesville' ,and Mr. andjMrs. 1L;, Reynolds
rsonvIDe .seems'to .be ahead in .. ,.ili'..and Mr./and Mrs
time the teachers will hold a ff rom Youngstqwnj .Ohio: visited C. A. Hoffman,;Br. of Cocoa 4'h. 2442 : '2701
Ha lundrfir; MrJ; andMrs.
;the ,
; game 'havjng| acquire '
).Irs. Johnston is .current With W<
a -Mr.
planing day.Personals 'Beach spent 'Ir oar
; the / e 5H beft Jones in Jack "' Heigh"tF' &.
FtankT2an'is.amilyYth; h ... .. ,
of' .
>resident ;White "Feather : < *T :and Mrs. A. C. 'Spires. \ 'v'
Joe PawlikQwski.family., and YP1!. ..
Dr, and Mrs. Richard vH\ Court.; the TSarl: Kliehfeltier '/anjily_ 'Mr. and Y Mrs.. :George John- "Mrs. Charlottgwlllam' is'. .

r Crowell and sons are spending ..gorge IaWrencebette_ r all foriner.keystoners: : I I sod and' ''daughter, Jennifer,' on the sick .list. '
LA- .. the holidays with MrCrowell's known as Jerry to -his.J cal ( r Walter Brinson celebrated
s The Peach StreetvPolar.IJ'ear 'bf .:'Marital 'Ga. visited Mr. j I 'Facial Hair
parents, Col. and friends .spent Christmas in .t -r : his 83rd --birthday on Saturday -

\ I j" ; ,t tfd I Mrs. D. A. Nelson of KeyStone -! Jfcjystone Heights with .his I ', -1 Cluo.held.t\eil'! ;; \xi eUng:,, annual.dn .' Dec. 16. His son .arid'daughterin:1 .:Gone:ForeyerMedically j
Chjistmas'Pay ;
I I Heights. Dr. Crowell is parents, Mr.! ?id J.rrs. Harod! .Monday afternoon': Peach Episcopal Young 'Chuicl1. w.;; ,{Mx. ,arid ] Approved ,'Methods

( I an Assistant Professor jln Lawrence,. and.fhis' grandpas ,>StreetBeach..:presetitwere en. .. .; Mrs.''Lafayette...Brinson, arid' t

I Mathematics at Dartmouth ants, air. and 'Mrs.' Ray.> Xawi" 'j I .President(; Sam Gardner,; Vice Jioly Days:30: a..mEDiy: Mr. and Mrs. 'C.: \y Miner 6f i The best way

College in Hanover. N. H rence. Jerry is from Tampa': President' LewMuir,.and Sec'retary Communion ,r. Half ,Moon-lake, ..wereguests. .. s eliminate this ac; -'
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This winter, however, they Mrs..Harold.Lawrences..Bister,I IMis. Third''Wednesday" for,-,dinner. ft'8s'haIr problem ,
Treasurer,' ,Everett -. ParihCovered ,
are living in New Jersey, Arneeta'Reed'df 'Punts 1 l t The. young people of the. 'Is to:come tak t I
Fox. The members, 'whose DishlSnpper.'S'Or.. 6.iO.>> .t .u :: ,
I where Dr. Crowell is doing Gorda also 'apen Chgistmah s.motto is i "Don't be Chicken K pi. s.- Baptist. ,went/on. .. a.'ra !I ,', ,.:l requeat profesiibaal PHONE
I advanced study and research with the Lawrence, .family.Hx coon hunt Saturday "nightit, t tftvlt A
TO ALL i on 'Christmas," held, a', short : I r. -
>ward .Lawrence and ,his : )(
at : fiwishers. 'If
Princeton. j : .
meeting ease analysis can .
before running" for FIRST :
OUR FRIENDSWE Other guests of Col. and- wife;frolUl Elkton. and Donald Foe, rpbes, etc. They really] UYS'toi4E CHUECB :Winners_ ot the ,. Duplicate J 'X: <:, ,. d t nnJSw low WO 4-3101 ; "

I Mrs. D. A. Nelson for the I Lawrence.and his.wifg! of:Keystone did'get wet. We admire 'theirfortitude fumBTS' .Bridge.plub were J.First place,\ ,'>;ii ''tdCopewitliyoluJr r

WISH LUCK I holidays have 'been Mr. and : ,Heights,, were present '" : '"T J.; R."SD11th,;pastor, Ralph) 'MissiXvaj-Hillyer and ;Mrs; :,J); -.: 7 ., '', 'coaditlon. .. .

: Mrs. John Strange of Eus 1s: for Christmas dinner with Copeland Minister of Music- ',Mary Cgok;;Second- ,place/Mrs.; t r.it".J There la &oEDMUND -% t X
I ,;their! parents, 'Mr, and -Mrs.. Mi. and,,:Mrs 'Martin Crosby md church organist. .and Office end
AND SUCCESS Mrs. Strange is Mrs. Nelson's1cousin. ; ; G. Mi; Allen, Jr ;Mrs. '--- charge, fot. cobE. School Supplies
Ray Lawrence and the rest, ,of Fo'' Y. Ala;. re sp pd- Servtaes;;:Sunday: School 9:45: Ray BeckerThIrd; pice. DwyerInJt&UOD..

k Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carver of the family. Jng .,the holidays with Mr. and m.\M !nr.w:. rdiip.. 10:5: c&Irs.W-, H.
IN THE YEAR and six children of Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Leo LeBlanc. "Mrs-' Bill" B lote' and family. +.. m. Training Union. 7:60: p.IB. -Sallie. Mansfield: .and..Fpurth !Electrol gist

spent Christmas with MrCarver's s. and ,new Keystpjiers, Air.,and MrsBelote is the ;Crosby's venlnir .ksv1 )
TO COME. parents, Mr. andMrs. Mrs. Frank,Tonom;'from NOT, daughter m.'You:;. sne'Intifed'to: "'1lb tsfaniil and Mrs.,:Alice'Ketchu.\. The .167 "W.'TTniv. Ave;, GaJntavilleM I BRADFORD CoufrlELEGRAPHjIJtUEBS

Charles Bisbee, on Lake 1ldlchecuoyed: ,Christmas: "din Schaeffer Mr and [Mrs. ''George .'_'' >; :Prayer.- f -9 tam f j with'! ,-. : .''next Bridge Club. j meeting...:wilt <<[ PR'2-8039'f.r appotataieht
Mrs:Wilbur drove,
with Mr. and to Jackspn- I
Belote'sKeystone Geneva. Another guest of the .... ..,._ ... __
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1 Bisbees was their i Neal at the Neal home on .yille, Tuesday! ,.evening;tp/ keilieir .
A. IEBisbee .
I IRexall son .
Forie/ Bes ..-" ..... .. ,'. ''.,'. .... .
of Columbia, S. C. Santa\Fe..Lake. son pvUfor? :\; a )sit.withblslolJ Aetl'' e -:1: :-- : -- ,':" '_ __

Dru. : .gs Mr. and JMrs. Dan Pater Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomm ,. friendlitjke"sl-:.

and three children spent from "Novi,,-Mich. are guests, j prelile.: The sipreHe') familyrKey5toners. ,S e KEYSTONE HEtGHTSMIOSE E

Heights three days last week in At at they White Feather 'Cour ii ".;areaformer;: Mikft ..

)lanta. Ga. seeing the places while they await the ,arrival ,,plans" to j rejurrt ,with. David? .
of their furniture; ,that 'for a day.or; so of visithig ROBERTS'AUTHORIZED:WEIIOLfT

they can move::into,their new with his. .old, .friends "during'; ..'., -...w. .py, h h1IY I
home in. Keystone Club Es-fl the ho1i Jays:. "' "' I' '- ] ;I'D O DSIllUDH. DIREC-.O' #.JJ;

,. tates. A group of teen-agers from .

Valuables are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gar- St. Anne's;' Episcopal Church DEALER I r .. .. ... M 0 -

SANK ber are spending the holidaysin and their friends enjoyed a w i APPLIANCE SERVICE"LUMBER "' Winifred H.
sRittsburgh with their and
hay-ride party
I i safest in ourdepoitlfboxes daughter and sonrin-law. on Christmas caroling eve: After' the Ph.'*3033 Green I .' '.Cove"* f Springs"M t ,.1 Vkeeler. Service Co. San .' RA WFORD

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nel- riding ana singing, 'the group -. f.I8"I eR 54401 LebrydoLumber ;.Rer, Heal TAtatt.Bt.It8r

son.jMr. and Mri Louis Kyle adjourned to.tlie. 'LaMee; II between ; -and Go.We.ispecblJze LaJte;"Properties Acreage .
and'Mr and Mrs Stanley La- home on; KeystoneLake o 'Ranched fiusineto
'oI Caste were Christmas dinner i where they enjoyed.hot chibV tivesto k.riodt: cers -wrvicing both ,need t Cut Extra In Leniilij Custom 'Homes Rentaii"We tCt7

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert colate cookies, ,and Toasted I ,. -t-: t J A.. .3.1 i eiAftegtiw WASHERS Materials .YTake A ,PetIO&d! ''IntIft t
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Bachmann on Lake Geneva tar'ahmeilows..Mrs. I ,TELEVISION .! JJI1j 1 qu'Re utreaitta"
If ,
you, hare nogs tor 'Cement 'Mortar HH- !
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I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conneeji{ .'; ANTTHDrO ,ELECTTSIC Midway: Keystone .
Catherine ..Harvey, ;cattle. .:to I_w41 jiow orfi, $' U- 'Sh "Roct Height-
and son. Peter.,.:were in Jacksonville : all work-Bttaranteed'-: Ilelron .
wife of the late Paul Harvey, the| .. uture' please contact .. ilffl en'Hv 'tilt Mtddlebnrtg '
Airs. ,on Sunday to meet sends word: to friends'tn: )g- 'tone of the buyers : .+atl i'M ltOldez'i' mwaJ '21-Op n '8aadaJJ11& -

Conneen's mother. Mrs. stone that she.is. planning to Iince Phone BU 2-5272 -.,
Ed < ,at Copek&4' ,Sausagetoipany'ar 471 5.2982RESTAURANT
J Maguire who came in "
from her home in
fly ,Wall; -
t r tr ; from,Baltimore'on the Meteor 'ton, Mass. to 'Palo Alto, ,'Cat -glve'then k BOATS fi.h MILLWPRK .

'or a, holiday-.visit.M' right after 'Christmas, 'where I ,an opportunity .to buy '.

M ., and-.Mrs !Thomas J Pre -Vhfe-wffl! :visit:wife her'jdaui: i your livestc
;.vost ,Sr., -an three children ter .and. family for. ..two I| < j .
of:New Orleans, La, in COPEabAND OFFERS, :YOU BIELEOSE Millwork ,Shop
: | were months:: 'E tore .her'husband's' JG& -27ll .. Sleet Your Frieadj

Keystone -heights, on 'Christ-i death the Harveys used to :4, ,: .IG\ .ADVANTAGES! CABINETSDOORS v atLawrence's
everyone owns inaweekend with.thehaon
1 t visiting spend ,winters, in Keystone N WINDOW FRAMES

omething: ',that!should, .be .: and family, Mr.MrvJniQmas Heights at White ?ducat :L Cash market everyday.! wu SCREENS7J'rl Dinette
ALESfimvrci .
Q =tq ,.1iq a"safe.dep iloox: .. epveleran'e ,and Preyost Jr. Court. JIJt'aiW .. COLD .Eta .GOOti FOOD
2. No
..eta ... I i'$11_ ce .., t.and ed.- irs.chUdren.'They"also'nEddai Menge" of Mel-- 57e Jiope 1.hat..ere1'! l\ ,no-- .commission. ,''SUb Hade'.. T.:0I4.. r Open 11 a. m. to 9 p. m.
P aeee 4Oo"P01i ies wlltejfeweJry! tired, the Christmas Star 6h 3. TS&eciai "consideratTon 'given : ------.M.'R.""" Von.
rosrMrs.-Br6Vdst, Sr.'J moth- s :"I: :to meat I f thru aturdayV'
Electrfc iRadio'TOw .T tf. .-.<" I .. ,
There is'no-safer place.for err.and.J.4'. c !rs.fJim Ga- the'Olay ,, rWfiibgt # I . Closed 8tih dq

MIM$% .tileseiiiem>,\than. inin. -of .. I i'boardi! .sand :family the parents er 'way upon Sunrise Park.- 4, ; -- I FLOlflST:. PACKAGE.,ST0BBSZQ1 Hiway, 21. -Keystone HeijhUjfT'jr '
Of course the top light has furnish hauling sufficient
df ] Jet
Mrs. Prevost
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safe boxes. *
our -deposit.* tori ii : ) 'i ii ffrWELL
tolxjTTscVbift) the next
one ; --
COME IN Rates are/low;,;rent a, bOxTODAY .Now that it's official. ,Ith it was white for 'Chfistmai|| .. ; p UTiIliahU'fS!". imsDl' .. 1 ilme{ 'a s' .
gives pleasure .
us to ,
no -
Jtoday; announce '!-tJIoughttul> as' to W; r PACKAGE STOSBOPQTf ,
.. that the DuPont slim up friar tower to'switchi tnL: ;DQUZGt.HOward'iSflill : 'drat: .-.s%'F M. DAILY ,
I f
Compaii* :has seen fit '.t those.+ :Scinch I'bulbi) r&seife. Per OcwIoza CLOSED SUNDAYS .4

DIE IIfYSTOI LuTE BANK -transi-r : 'Ernest" ;iWidegren a commendation. 'Ft 'Cc\tJD ,,:,PRESTON ;JPOLK, : -Melibfe- --: '-'Phd .--?. ''Ue1r S ..: WELL DRHJJXQP

: one Ed-Conneen to the] John 6 NORM N VEECH G ,
t sonvillejplant.. :v EEennesee.Keystqners ST. ANNE EPIf Cd1'iLf' >' fJ # i

MEMBER\ tfJXLC.. i will certainly miss {BflTO'iEQindays8:30 .:: : 8EBVQMAmEws
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these :'o. families and we J "t one Gas Co. C. J. Pete O'Connor'EEALTOK -
pY :
A Friendly, Bank in A Friendly Community snow that lheyf are sorry (to a-m. itti 1 i / 24 HOUR 'SEKVICS ,

'!\'e-1l'Ot'1)n1j because they I t"hadJustmoveci.into.tJeau'tiiul School 9:30 a.feayir m!. .i for;; B ::.a. '; E'433h; # I
Keystone-Heights] .rIlO"] tEAL UTATE .;. .Well

'.. .&Dd.-Sf1S1AD nit Baa- I SAUSAGE. OMEANY.: ... mlf J -i;" ( Dt tritaroIol MORtdAGES 1.,' Pials. .s !ww.* .IMlteg..<.$>

new just-built homes, but be- flay, Holy Commun1onJ.. 6 Po ''kd't s K9 shtne j ; Me 4157 ." tt-5101 .


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I MGHLIfiflXS; Dunn Mr. TMifc of ,Wilmington'lfls.rn niis Del. are H. LI L: t1tJi- fc day.,'Mrs. Andrew Taylor'.is' re- Sthool, ft tSa:News lor :the faculty.members 5-Rev. Ted Springer pastor. I CHURCH MELROSE

ffi nr'iSMfecent i '111- '
spending The holidays with' cuperatnTS'''' ;- "'.. .-.,>\", ',11' _. was' given'Tuesday afternoon METHODIST: CHURCH I SUfld10 &. m. ChiirehjSchool.
By Mary K. Schaeff itf:;ihtl Mrs.Siniefer: : I I By >In. 'Allc 1totfllt-"er ... ::esse'I' ; -" in :the'.Home iEc. -Building MELROSE -1145: a, 'm. U'6 iili\I\
: Vfl&AAAAAAiAAA&A* r. '- ',tlJ''A' JUf. ( ?Mrs. 'H. A. ;Barnett. 'spent by the Future Home- {"Prayer and Sermon ,tP1i":
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-v -- -- r ; th e' bntlays %1&jSr. America sponsored Griffith. : nda. Holy CommilI\J 20. I
Miss "Martha ahd'JJrs.. Dunn are Mrs SiiriUerianh's ; : I''t\o' W.1UL -* ''aiut fsi TWimamFe :. V by :i) Stor. V S S V
Sass r fcas, first ..organized. Their Trairents.' 'Ur. :and :'v1r.: George D.I Mrs. Francis Stephenson. :: p.m. Episcopal Toung'Church'men. -
To : nuson"tn JitkII !l f's" The food ; 8thday School 9.45: a. m. I
Wed .Gary Dale\Chance home was the trae now qwnsd re aM'd ierP' r ; -- was.preparedfby the .
Mr. .nd. Mrs. Lon: Ddwning.. : IJ." Xfr'f' -. "' :'U bee M th s f' : Home : Worship: 11"a.-m.: :
Mr. .and Mrs. R. H. Sasser; e occupied by the .C. 3. 0'f,at .. ak pen loL : : Jack [ Ec..classes. Servers for I to
Jr.. of 'Albany, Ga. \announce .Connor ,.family.Mfes :frop ,Geneva' 'Trailer :'Parjc"enjoyed .. .'t' ". .' "e." .LJre'rl1.. '.<'. y ."YS. '.WlthC '-j-. s {ill1e \ipehYTthls' iiofejays the event were Doris Ford.I I MYF and :'MCF'7: p. m. Holy Days. a. ai-. olyfCommuhioh.

Ihe 1 engagement .of 'their 'Cai"lyn jWilkes Jones "Clifistinas: tijfcheri'I 44W! ( f inIoOti'sttent "\iltz{' Mr..' 1 id !rs.5'R hithews and Barbara. Whitehead. The 'Ev ni 1g Wdrship 8 p. m. t _
and Mrs.Joseph ra& 'M! ,Va1ter B i., The Rev. Millard H. Breyifogte .
with .Mr. Y Meeting [WedJ :
1wf :7:30
daughter Martha Virginia to 'Enaged 19.tlr.. ..jzMee 1 t4NrII the :ho1fdays1fthbieir rarid'1a tly. room was decorated with arrangements I I r
: ,tWi. :tixU g .the ft.eiwn- '''' 'i'Mr.vandsilrs.t:> P. m: S Vteir. V'AVULANCESERV V '
: Giant Roth- I ,
Gary Dale Chance. sbnpf Lt.. Mr,.arid Mrs. 'red.Jones of 'laushter! and;son.l: madeby the
)lh.e 'JDownings. iyqeived.ciristmas a :UJr:1I fiibTth ftnt1e iris.' l .
Cdr. and Mrs. Ray E. Chance, Neptune.Beach.anpuncfc the I :W-Mf;: i nd &s.\ atfey toSTsinpa riaMmeT { !,y- - -
USN. [Retired! of Keystone "i ir tlle"pf\on.9,call:frcm'ihplr '&eir' &kArkta1Io3:: are1 the''parentsldf' Tnie'Music
eng xnt "of tli c dayghrter Tarfli i t1 tight Department
1 on.to :ti, ?,w ;?etse'yh .,I_.."*< -- v------ .- \ ':) ; .Gregoteed, ; : ICE:
Heights. Cli. -
S. >Carolyn\vWllkes ,td NHer.bert :- _&..UA.. '!.,pU.Uley. .. I'tJfIl ::1daCOI1 gave a Christmas :program 1 I ..
jna N. '
Miss Sasser :Attended Albany !-; )' ?1erece tnu baJ 'vLaMee.son J.V. 5diSs ''' e theni PPY. S !,\: : a.Ji \' >>..\. .-- y ; .toirirDed ?t3. Pat FTi1 l iri ndpent --'under' 'the direction Tof ?Dr.Hbvhanhissian ,: PHONE. 961:2601). ) r.
,Mica, U ccni1uthpnt .
schools Duke, University : .of. >.?vr. vand' *Mrs. "Law.rcnce :'.Nr: :and :Mrs. .Evans -Spires are' litrl: and Mfs. 'on Tuesday <..
s 'chtmas day,;:itl, 'her )Gr iR hhammer !-" DeWitt :C. Jones Funeral Home
Emory t.Oxford and LaM of KeystOne j arid'-fainliy'Jfpigntlhe weekend r !!T. morning and Tuesday 'night.
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is nowa, Senior at Emory" .Height' ; 'She wedding Hwill ,niece.ana 'fainijy' ,,Mr. ird 1100 '\\tl 1i'L1r'h1 1i r. frs iige ,Mr..and :!;:Jrii,.111..iM4ioy Grades 1 ,through f>..;had prepared DeiVittJones Registered ,Funeral Director

University\ lake place in August of 1962 'Mrs. tieorge Schaeffer. ; :'ia Kostibtis. in Miamt. and children of Palatka' visit-! *on $. !The High SchoolB \ Sfarke.Fla. I .

n The 'future bridegroom; attended 'the dale to be. ''artnodnced.later. : chUdren.JyIiss> McCullougn;' ,. : Mr. ind *!rs. % cDuneanf 'ed;:Mr.. -Jantl"Mrs.;'W. iL "Mann. ikL Granimar-School (Band, RENTAL CERVICES

Keystone ;.Heights .. .) t will ,be in St. Paul's- a 'jTesfilWt. jof White. FeatherCouft. S lawton. Okla., spent Mrs. Ada Ford is 'confined! %hd'THe Chorus :also .parUc1.l .
Hospital Beds Crutches
4 Wheelgha'bft!
School,IBratfford V to .her home with flu. .
County tHigh V -
by the-Sea.ih l Nept rie Beach.. ftjekLwtonier..(parents, Mr. Jilted,-Piano" music was [ipro-
School, and EmorytQx Mrs. .Ruth 1 ieha, .Mrs. .... 'Mrs. Mattie :Tcrley .and '
.Jborry.-No. KalendarvWih : .: ; aribTMrsrR."F. Simmons. : ,vided by Mrs. Thomas Berry. V ..
ford. H6 iis currently in basic so many _-: eg11larmeetln'gs Shirley ;Glpyer! : and. :Bharpnilovjsr : ___ :Mrnd: Mrs.. .James ..J.iHearn daughter,. Mrs. Joe Preston of "The' i Senior 'Classheld .a

tra1i liig ,in ''the.',/United States .c31106 for the drove" jto ..91:1ndk.on: .' V 'and children of.,Pam- 'Flagler .Beach, visited ffriends Christmas Party' >Wednesday .

'\ Air'Force, and is stationed at holidays it seemed unpractical -1 Sunday.\Jjec.:tJ.D;! vWStaf; f S ; 'saspefnt the Christmas ..IHelrbse' recently. night .at th thome'roT Larry] 1us' That's, Our Business

Goodfellow: Air Force. tBase' ,.I to attempt to, compile a: gt.l tand ; lrs.pather9: ?? I holiday With ,her ;parents 'Mr:arid's,:W D. Thorn- Strawri. A-weiner roast marshmalloW S_ "If It's (Hag. "'>T. : tVe ,Have It"

San Angelo. Texas. .pitendar! for this we k. Onc', and! 'daughters./Mr5./ iQuwn" ,isMis. Rattler Late ierth1 Dr.' and Mfs. Cecil.R. Hook.GaestsiofjMr ion)spent; the holidays :wth roast; and dancing CALL. WRITES $r' VISIT

The wedding will ;'bEt ;an Tpore? we are .reinvesting ''tfiat'publicity Bleha'si! VB.daughter.. -4 BIL II : anHMrs.; ;MJ )their dau..oi1terand' soii4 inJiaw.Mr. -S. ;\\tre .highlights''of the ocIraslon. ; 4 S 'FORAN? ( mSS} ,NEEDSHEAS
___,. : 'knd l.iii' William .
event of December 31 at the Christmas wed gits; ;1 L '*" 4>
each : :B. JBtoreT' of: Lake: Swan forth I "' .fiijnnin
Central Baptist Church in organization(f..halrnien.1Pf please let ,[us! .Tf the../IhfiTan iD- Whdden Meets" *"' Fate ;holidays include her _'Dtoden trli"torence, S5cl: :, The 'H llday Tournaments, i! il ASS HI

Albany Ga.Marriage know what is .going to happen Jr. family included ..Mrs.Whiddea's .- i mother Mrs.:Schneider of Mr. and JJackrVfacoby: were'held'In Duariel6n; Did..J8. 1 UUCiMJ VV,

F Of Local so we can |et<,U in /ton (parents, Mr. ,and Before' the hard[ :freezes :&i J iCleyetendOhio. and their and children/'of Chicago/U' 29.nW 3ftx: The 'Boys'teampafflctplted. .1 .(N 'lHfINC.) .'

Interest Announced sched le. 'Sirs.. C.IB.IColes: ;JMrs..WJiidy Monday d! !Tuesday,.the'.falland i;three sonsJojinny, who' ,-ihome.fromthe.j spent' 'the holidays yitti' her -5 .'' F S Formerly Joe. .JPetlrs 'Glass >Co.!'
Richard Elbridge Clapp Jr., -'. ,. J 4en's.brother .Charles Cplesr; :wihter had! 'Ifsen "so' ;t :f; renft Mr. and'Mrs.:'J.V., VS '
for .
We also hope that everyone nflThV !ayy .a'fet? '-' I The:ichooTs1 mascot was of4'dogsjto .' V) We Desfen loaern -StoreFrtifts;
a former Keystone Heights .Mr. iWMdden's iparentsilr: \lha't 'som ''rattlesnakes were laVs "kfppy.Aff6tf ;IJriIVersliy :-SI itht1. ; V (
I ; the flcifl'angffom 'BUll-
had ; V
as merry a Christmas as :. .5 Just MU Us A Pattern(1For"
boy was married on Sunday muLMrS. T. D. Wbid en. Br: tiW-;;on:the':prowrra'ther lhariseeking : :'Of 'South l offilah I kr.'aiid'.Mrs.; C. A. Ford '" Tuesday]'
we, and that their luck will TableT
ani} 'Spent'sihiaay P'S
Oct. 13. in Christ Episcopal andihis tranflfather 'SjdIey.) a warm gopher'hdle. :! daughters V l '"
hold in the Tampa; and Tommy- who 'Isnome"from terzcion/ -
Church in Martlnsville. .Va. .Open liouse coming Tar year. [ 'WhJ den -all of Jackson-; 'R Y Watkins, 'Keystone ,,, i "Haryafa."Coirand 'ni'lndian: Jliver.'City With'.Mr..1 4313-N.. W., 4th'P1.!GainesvilIe, Fia..pnQnePHONE : :,.( ,

M .Miss.Emily Umbarger jot r, ""Friday .night,-Dec.:Teenaf the\ .vu1e..1is.: m 1dden's n pb : eights surveyor killed 'this I Mrs'STH. Kelley : and Mrs. John Bellerjeau and:r'IRST 1 METHODIST .V -_ V ..' .os..Vf.
-29. _
I oj V'J.oi" S "S VV ,
that city. He is the son ofMrs. r CUlt .Stheel..Jr.1a1oof Jacksonville six-footer near !PIoxglion "- Monday in Orlando with Mr.. __ V
teenagers of St. William's'Uhurch < are .improving the Navy iIifiCl"M i LJioSz
R. E. Clapp Tf 'Clearwater will hold :was.there.for; Christ.mas 'Wednesday "of last we k.T1i 'Hosultal-ih! \Jacksonville. and Mrs. John Simmons ahd l -u III Co: .' ( V '1P"I.
an Ope
and the late Mr. dinner.; t'sO one less gopher :hofe 'family. S I t '
House at the Masonic Hall Mrs. OT Robinsonspent : .-Sunday, ?:45' -a. m., ciiurchah6o1"foin
Clapp. He and his bride will 1 'thatwillbe: iieeded:for ttleshake Mrs. Joe Hanks visited her
.Mr. -r
'and-'Mrs. Aubrey *Wes- F i Ii i in.
for all their,.friends.. ,All ,teen ; Christmas with '}ier sisters age :
live. in Charlotte. "N. C., rttt,. 'Mr.and 'Mrs. Richard.LaMee. quarters' 'this wTntr.a brother in Pensacola.
agers in 'the-area are invited! ,. and brothers-in-law, Mr. and 1 orlWorShlp, : 6:30: 'p. m.,
where he is employed in the and of course there will be and;Mike.MUler.: ill.of Mrs. George -A. Koh&f: ;.feiri3 Andrew Dunk HI, celebrated f t'ft.iil1oWs1itp/
7 L
Missiles Dept. of Douglas Air no charge. There will fee; .Jacksonville, spent Christmas Dr. utd1, Mrs. ,*Arthur'lS. his first birthday "Dec Wednesday. 730 p. m., Btn -
craft. The new Mrs. Clapp is with the LawrehceLaMeesixxnI'keyitone.'Lake. cause 'they .have .made, so i t :(_ ,_
music, refreshments aid| I ": Rhoades, in Jacksonville': !
trien ,MrsWidegrehhas
a former school teacher. l-mariy s. L '
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Casoh .
dancing and a lot of chaperones. S r.-'nidV.'Vfrs.'Eth t 1hrttt I
been Jnterestedin
The Clapps were Keystone Do come. 'Christmas dinner i ueste -?f .especially t ;a'heIrgusts fridfu. ; attended 'a family reunion! at I :fl4S-URAN-CE;
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Heights'" esidents for many School To Reopen Mr. and Mrs.-ilbhnBird: ..aiid: fooing church work, 'as. has r. :'Raymond '''Shaver ''arid I Isbthoh.iN. tihe home pf .Mr. and'.. ':Mrk. Auto-Fire-Casualty

ears. Mr. Clapp Sr. was Keystone School children family'included.-Col. and Mis, -president Mr.COnncen.if who -has.' been r. Y."spentfchristmas .George'"TThigpen-" in" ;'PalatkaSunday. '-Ot 1 1S Bs' ind AUi a -'Lfneak'rtcias \4e
,with the Clay Co-op when J it .Walter Anderson and .chilJrenjrUieu1 iSt.:: -Williatafs '
will return to their studies Q i&lholte :C1ub lor two years.Keystone's [ 6 'the beach' at ; ; ;Insurance;
Tuesday morning Jan..*2., : Son: Lt.iPau1id loss [st.: i ttne.'J Mr. and Mrs. 'C. .A. Hoffman '

Their next day off will not,b e from .feBrunswicfe.: :Ga.; !and I -ville's gain. However 3s JohnsOn.John Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl Hag 1 i Jr. and children-:MGainesvUle t r4" \ Agency '
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until January 25, at which their cousin Mrs. Ruth'John- : .'', and Mr. W.,1U TleynoHsf .
zv. 'sonvtlle seems:to -be ahead In ilurnJ, Jr. and iIrf hd Mrs. andjMrp. ....
time the teachers will hold, a 6on.drom Youngstown JOhio: flalihidS. visitetl C. A. Hoffman.8r. of Cocoa : h. 2442 r'2701'Keystone
;the I Mr. and
: game.haying .acquire .
planing day.Personals Mrs. Johnston is ,a .currerit... .. Beach spent Sunday, withwilr.Jdnd Hd"iJ. '-
: Mrs. Robeft Jones M JackMr.fanofi..Irs.
the Iraikarr1sjathI1ythcPawlikowski.jamfly) .. ... .. : ... ,
resident :,ofv White ..FeatherCourt. V Mrs., A. ,C. ,Spires. < TTT f-'rtT"V f y. .
Joe ; .S!>J1Y : ..
Dr, and Mrs. Richard }H. ,. the Earl Kliehfglter %"IiUy.; n4i.;.:.'. George John- 'Mrs. Charipttej elliam. Ion 5 1

Crowell and sons are spend ...peorge..I.awrence.better_ -'W ., all former, Keystohers"The'Peach s,h and' :"daj.ghter; :Jennifer; the 'sick .list. ...
ling the holidays with Mrs.; known as Jerry to .Ws.Jocal' ( < 'I. of !fttlanta"l .Ga.'visited' Mr. Walter Brinson celebrated Facial' HairGoneFpreyer
r .; la L. .... I : .
stfeet'1I'r .
Crowell's parents Col. and friends spent Christmas inteystone L \ .. JI his 83rd .birthday. on4 vSatur- It. "

7 I Mrs. D. A. Nelson of Keystone :, Ieihts.with' !. his "Christmas'Pay.Bear Clue held;.:meeting eu'annual:6ri 1 ., -, day ,Dec 16. His _son'.ftrid, I I "'. : .

I Heights. Dr. Crowell is parents, MrsHd! J )frs. Harold LMon alr. afternoon at ')' &h In. Episcopal ':Toung V .Churchmen daughter-in-law; ,..Mr. arid J &Ically Approved ii.'MethodsThe
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I an Assistant Professor (in Lawrence'v and.,his, grandpar. ;$ \ ''i' ; V 'Mrs- 'Lafayette. ,, Brinson arid i

I Mathematics at DartmouthCollege ents. Mr. and"Mrs.. Ray.' !Law.S !.atreetrBeachI'resentPs1de: t Sam. Gardner.Vice...weie: S .3oly,5Diy.4.so a. m-Holy: y Mr. and Mrs. "c. W..Minr. 6f i r f ,, best way ,to ;

in Hanover N. H.This rence. Jerry is from Tampa,; President" w .Muir.andecjetary : t Communlt.. ,.._ ",'. V Half -Moon -Lake -wer. .,-guestsfordiriner. I .eliminate this x'ftq. -
; Mrs.Harold ..Lawrence'&tsterlcth. ;.1 r'- : V .
winter Th
however. they hair problem
Everett Third "WEdnesdar PaW
,- Treasurer _
I are living in New Jersey,, Arrieieta Heed 6f 'Punts:1' Fox. The members, :'whose Covered l Dish.'Sapper,'6'or 6:30fp.rm. .: .The. young .people' of the c V-, ; b'ta:come In j -

where Dr. Crowell is doing' Gorda, also 'spen ChJistmas i .motto is "Don't, be Chicken : : ; .. *" I 'Bapttst,church,went" on a-ra- C A:; :';:'J/: reqaect profes- :

: advanced research with the Lawrence. ,family. coon hunt Saturday 'nighf at'i i8wisbers. iiooal 1iIvb. V ...
TO ALL at study and ': iHpward Lawrence and his: -on,'cHristmas- h. eid'a".. ,., 'ihoftmeeting ... Y ; A .- 1 -- Ip..-,. .'
Princeton. before HfiST \i: due anilysi* can 4-flOl V.
running for] : BAPTIST mJEcETrONE : .
OUR FRIENDS I Other guests of Col. and( wife:from.;EUtton, apd.JDonald towels, rpbes, efci; 'They realiyj : '..WinMrs.'o{ ,the >. Duplicate V: ;. {;.. .{.determtee, .. &owto WO V

Mrs. D. A. Nelson for the Lawrence..and his.,wf .of:keystone did get"wet. We adniife 'tKeirforfitude : HEIGhTS: Bridge Club were;iFkst'place? ,: /, >:1 :' cope witli yoori \ l .
WE WISH LUCK holidays have been Mr. and .Heights) *, were present : '" J. R. fiailth pastor, Ralph ''Miss'IvajJIillyer' nd/....Mrs. : "1Y .::' ? ,"- .. i hair ''eottditto .
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I Mrs. for Christmas dinner withthcfr Copeland Minister of 'Music Second j't"i; '
John Strange of Eustis.. '. Mary,CQOk;: place/Mrs: : There is ho \
AND SUCCESS Mrs. Strange is Mrs. Nelson', ;Parents,; Mr, and Mrs. i Mi. .and.Mrs. "Martin Crosby tad church organist. ,;0. M; jAllenv Jr-ahd ;Slrs. E. .,.IM'.. '**&rre. fol coh. Office and School tpIIesBRADFORD
cousin. Ray Lawrence and. the rest; of Fo ey, Ala... re ]: p&'i1dng Services;:Sunday.School, 9:45: !I Ray Becker; 'Third place .T erRlt&UOD..

of the family. ,. -the holidays} with,Mr and I s, m.iMgrninj! Wordiip, 10:50: aricl iiisstollie. EDMUND '
L Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carver Mrs. W. H' .Davie ; DWYER
; IN THE YEAR and six children of Sanford Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lefilanc. Mrs;:%Bill.' Belote' ,. and famhy.'llis. a. m. Training Union, 7:00 p.ta. :Mans'fiejd; ,and4Fpurthplace. IElectrol gist

and new Ke stoners, Mr.,and B lot is the :pr6sby's tattling -itfvice8:fO pi: .ftielpsUd
spent Christmas with MrCarver's Mrs. George I Years
TO COME. Mrs.Frank,Jomm;from Novi daughter. m. 'You re'lhvifed 'to"' iri ; ) I ( :
parents, Mr. and I, : ,. ." .,..., Mrs.AiIceKetehUxfl.: .167 W ::TMv.: : Ave Galu &vine ,kfr
Mrs. Charles Bisbee. Mich, enjoyed .Christmas :'din Mr. and 'Mrs. 'George family Prayer time Witli"UI. >next Bridge'Club,meetlns willlOfiEfitS' \ ;
: on LakeGeneva. : ', .. -...,. .. _* 'C6U FB 2-80S9 Yor
; f .1 : -te *x v'--- appointatttnt
Another guest of the ner with bfr. and Mrs Wilbur Schaef f r' drove, to..Jacksonyifle V .a

Belote'sRexallDnjg8 Bisbees was their son, A. iE. Neal at. the ,Neal home on .: .Tuesday 'evening ;'to';"take' I V-_ I > ._, ,
ForThe B S ...
heir jso'n fora'visit irS.ee j .... -
'Bisbee of Columbia, S. C. Santa iFe_Lake. David t e -- .' .'-.-- --- "' ''-0"
;! Mr.., and Mrs. Dan Pate Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomm .with :liisto1d'Jriel1d, 1>tike"'s i *

and three children spent from "Novi,.OHieh.. are guests prelle.:, Tpie Siprelle7) .faEoilyja're H.-fl-.GHY' S-SE'E'

Keystone Heights three days last week in Atlanta at :'the-White Feather 'Court::I; v'!ormer ,Key ners. :Mike! .. .EYSTONE ELROSE .

Ga. seeing the places while they await the ,arrival. .plaxi ,:.to' :return! .with. iayidf I "'f""f'
of their furI tureso; :that. ora day"or so' of visiting ] t :amoLfT .

they.can move:into their-new With 'his', old. frlends'"ouflhg. VS- 'D1VE8.S _
home in Keystone Club Estates the holidays; : S.- *' DIRE: C TOjLY
\, A group of teen-agers from "JID I' It .. ,1 .

Valuables Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gar- St. Anne's;' Episcopal Church AUTHORIZED DEALER .lI .. .. ....* -1. -V
BANK j ber are spending the holidaysin and their friends enjoyed a j APPLIANCE "SERVICE": LUIIBER # 'WifredH. I

,Pittsburgh with their and* party ,.
hay-ride caroling

I; .safest in our : daughter and sonrin-law. on Christmas eve. After the Ph.. .3033 Green.. 'COVfSpriflS. Ai .,, .1 { ,j Fla.: Wheeler Service Co,S San ,'CRAWFORDfier

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Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nel- riding ana singing, 'the t ; .' : ;.
depoaitboxes! group ---- .. S V 4 ,OR 5-2401 -Heal E tat* BkLftke
on.jMr.. and Mrs., Louis Kyle. S -
S adjourned to.tKe. 'LaMee .. Lumber Go. Properties Acreage .
between;Keystone and ifelroseervicing
and'Mr.' and Mrs Stanley La- :; : ? ,
home on -Keystone -Lake Randiei
We Specialize CuUa -tClty
., .Coste were Christmas dinner .' AtteRlin tiv : both r areas '
\ where they joyed-hot ''Cho- ekPiojers1 "nt Estii jtil! V. Homes Rent.Ii9VeTake
and Mrs. Albert colate. cookies;and .roasted. :' t "*<' 5S 'Kit rW A Peraoftal 'loteett

Bachmann on Lake Geneva, ttarshmellqws. If you_ have DOgs Or. ..,,, V .. ''Cemehi ..-Mortar 'Mix ,V. ,J110f,1t.. ..Pea4taMidway "
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conneeh j ;" r ANTrmHQ ,ELECTSIC,, .
i S sMrs. Catherine JJaryey,] :etttleto! : 'iH jor |L i| '. 'Sheet*Roek, : Keystone Hdfataftlelrosa '

and son..Peterv,were 'In Jacksonville ,- wife of the late Paul" Harvey, ,,the, Juture'tease" eofl.4-; all work t aranteed11-.ervic-;: lfl on1ky. 't&t 3llddleb rf,, .-'
on Sunday to meet .
sends word to friends inC ..lngatiJ 4euzthiaince ;
| Mrs. Conneen's : y- .tad. -'tone of ,the buyers mwar 1IOp8ndyi-
mother Mrs. stone that she.isplanning to Phone BU 25272MILLWORK :.
471'BOATS' -
Ed at Copelaud .Sausage'Company 11& ZHtnESTAURANT
| Maguire ,who came in .
: J4y from her,,boxne. in,WU s- ,
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from : and gtre .....
Baltimore-on the Meteor. : 4thL !'"' V
'ton, Mass to 'Palo l Alto. : -'CaL .
or a holiday visit. right after 'Christmaswhere an opportunity. buyyeiir :, ... -, '

Mr,; and... Mrs :Thomas Pr&vosti 'hvestc& The'BOAT'BaraMELE03E ,
she-will Visit:witil herilaugn-j ... .c .,. VS .KeystmieMii1rork ,
Sr. ; 'c. S
and. three children j' !
: ter ..and.family fortwomonths ,, I .
uf New Orleans,(la ,were m :'Before .her"husband's t *COPELAND OFFERS, YOU .G5 627I1 ,Shop JItet: -Your' FriMU .

Keystone-Heights "on. 'Chr1tIna. death Harveys used to '4. :BIG. 1. CABINETS rDOOSS .5
the ,
;Almost everyone-,-i owns1A'L ..-weeken& with ADVANTAGES! atLawrence's
t.l.80mething Tisttins .
spend.-,winters in Keyone WINDOw FBAME3
,. !that jshould .bein t I I LheIz.',.zon..and family Mr. Helgnts at ;White 'T atb r L Cash market i day.O S I- '-V V :_ SCREENSM1Ualz I 'Dinetta

siu. a .safe..deposit :box .. ( and, Mrs-3ii *- COLD BEEB COOti FOOD
./!/Teteran'8..papers.JMQ.lu t. .,edilrsEdda childrert,They Iso yisit- We )lope that everyone hoI V z.' Nocommiuion.; SOh MAe'TOTdeT Open 11 a. m. to 9 p. In.

& au --po1iti i- "wills, -jewelry! c rMrs.-Prevdst Menge:of Mel- the Chrisfeas "Star tOn|| ,,3, :'Steckdm i nO 1 ivntomeat I : Xeytoneht* Mon. thru atujday .
Sr mother : -
G' ..(There is'no-safer .p1a e.for ,JU3d.JHr.4ind.Mrs.-Uim> Ga-- :the biay Electric JRadio 1rowr- 'T' ..... r ,lLo._V. 43 ;., .... ', ....,.,... .. '. Closed

IIM$ '.th ese'items.than. in une-of .. "..toardland family. the parents et 'Way uplin Sunrise Part- 55 pnog$ S. I F JkIST.; : I PACKAGE.-. _STORE Hiway VV ...
Of course the top light has 'Can. fumish I I ? t :. Q 21-Keyatone Height. ,
: df Mrs. > hauling fer sufficient V _
Prevost Jr.
our safe "-deposit. boxes. '" "
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COME IN f Rates ere/low;: rent a, bOxTODAY Now that it's official, :lit. !!, it to'beiea.Tiat wiuT white foV the'one'DeStrtoI 'Chflstmal *5-inht.S 2. "fl r' 'f fl' WiiVknf! VVS IS. .i ._i- e___ Y' 'I -
gives us no pleasure to 'I -Y WELL DRILLING J
jtodaY; announce ;- Snj Qne so-thoughtful as to ,PACKAGE STORE ,
<4 that the DuPont climb up' fiiat lower to'switch V tALL iOOLaGTMOWard'2t1": : :fm _. h OPEN'' .&.14..12'PlJL DAILY .
Compau has Tot ()!t.ll ,. .
seen fit _
tp thd&33-inch: ) ) SUNDAYS I
Ib'ulb tdseMaa
transi-t .Ern est.. {Widegren :;Fbft CLAtDfi :]I _,, : '52331fejfcie "", 5 WELL DEHJ-IXQ
UEK( ; mO* LUTE BANK t.nL\ ConneentoUje, John: commendation., HffiLJPa.PRESrbN ;rOJJf : -- ......- "D1 { 6

t IOnv1lle,plant in. .vDennesee.! : ST. ANNESEFfJCGFJt&: # 4 .** 4

MEMBER\ Jl.C. these Keystoners;| \\fo will families certainly and miss wecnow '[ Tof ; f'! "ftAland ; 'Gu !Co. C. J. Pete O'Connor .,.9.,8EBY1JCE'...:..-..ltfi .s'. / S ;,

A ndly"Bank in A Friendly Community i : L '
> that .they. are sorry (t to I Sundays::30 a. m. Q1Ur812 *4 HOUB SERVICE.r iXf.ul MATHEWS ,
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,, .... tcaVeaDt bnly because they School. 9:30 a. ml Sorpfes] : ? r feojtoi3 '
--Key8toae.Heightt V !: ....Well D1llllbigI 1:
hftd'just-movtd.into! OjeauUful .lJa.yu-aD4-&ol1D.o.n nt SID. A. SA. E.coNWm rat.i1( .
.;. IEt4.. b trItOf 5A1EAIS ALS 94jr rIft11 r 18R 1-,
new Just-built homes but be- flay Holy Communion],, I pJ -, A1.ars V
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TYTYTYYYYYTTYTYYTYTTVfLAffTEY ford, Linda Craft. of Lake City Mrs. 'Martha Lose and took her out-to' din: Tnt+ .YTT TTTTYTTYYYT1 rTTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT.TTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTT vice will, start with Sunday

Sixth Grade: Bonnie Ro- tliley ;of Jacksonville Beach' ner. They also visited Mrs. School, and all Missionariesare

sier; Brenda Jones Sharon :Mr.
Tatum Billie Griffis Charles and daughter Mr. and Mrs. '
I ayons. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy All members and friendsare OBOUTOFTOWN
Norman. A. Q. Smith and baby, Mr. Miss Mary Julia Futch of ,
By Mrs. D. E. Hill.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA happy to know that Mrs.
Seventh Grade Linda and Wayne Douglas 'and Tallahassee t
By Enza Blanchard : was a holiday [ Elizabeth Cheat Irene Thomas has returned

BrasseUPatricia Bryan, daughter of Starke, Mr. and guest of Mrs. Joyce Futch.On : : .>A* ..... ".......AA..A.A..................& from Bradford County Hospital LETS\OUDOWNBERT6S
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wYYYYYYYYYYYF Cheryl Cubbedge Jeanette Mrs. S. C. Harley and Mr. Monday they went _to i I
Mrs.'C. R. Cox and children and is doing fine at
Honor Roll Listed Griffis, Ferrell Brassell Bobby and Mrs. S. C, Harley Jr. ahd Tallahassee and visited :Mr. left' on Wednesday last weekto School News young people and making home. ou t'r

For Second Period. Patrick, W. E. Gault. son of Hellbronn Sam' Giv- *nd Mrs. John Wyrick and spend Christmas in Home- School new year's bells will this program a success. Girl Scouts "na

First Grade: Peggy Griffis, Eighth Grade: Karen Tye, ens and Miss Marlin .Feu- I other relatives. Miss Elizabeth stead with ring Tuesday Jan. 2. at 8:30 Harry Young, church lay

Debbie Dyal, Randy Gaskins Johnny Tye. quay of Gainesville,the,.H. C. Terry who spent the Mr. and Mrs. and it is the wishes of the leader and reporter. The Girl Scouts, with the

Wayne: Teston, Derril Bras- Ninth Grade: Sue Brice, Harley, family ',Mr. arid;; -Mrs. holidays with the Wyricks Richard and Mr. Cox May and and,C.:daughter L. May, principal, Eddie Thompkins. Allen Chapel Church, Rev. Miss help of Frances,Mrs. M. J.Jenkins White and and ,
Bonnie Prevatt. Edwin Padgett, and; :Mr. and returned home with them and teachers that all students L. A. Sampson pastor. The ,
made the trip south Sat-
sell.Second on the leader E. J. Givens were
Christmas Activities Mrs. Richard Chesser and Tuesday. return with all the
Grade: Bubba Ben- urday. All'were to return to Choir Union: was held at Allen TOWN
able to do deed
The MYF of the Methodist daughter. -:- ,' The R. E. Lee family spent will help them enjoy the a good by
nett, Joey Bennett, J. B. Glad- i Hampton Tuesday. Chapel Church at 3 p. m. I LIMITS
ieux, Donny Wise,, Norma Church went caroling after Mr. and Mrs. Jim BurtOn Monday with' Mr. and Mrs. school work and cheer them last Sunday. Everyone resenting Eugene Jones witha
Mr: and Mrs. W.: W. Jacks in
box of
Jean Prevatt. evening services on ChristmasEve. and Casey Dinkins and son G. L. Peterson in Arlington.The for the ,entire,year ing had an enjoyable attend-I groceries and $2
and family of
Afterward, they enjoyeda of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Evergreen Baptist Watch the paper for ,the cash to help spread Christ-
Third Grade: Marie Smith, I Term are, spending the holiday A Christmas program was
Austin party at the home of Mr. Paul Dinkins and son of St. Church will hold a New basketball games that will be mas cheer In his life. Mr.
Pamela Tye, Junior week here with Mrs.Jacks' presented by the Sunday
and Mrs. J. C. Tye. Augustine, Mr) and Mrs. Year's Eve Watchnight Ser played at home and please Jones has suffered a stroke I am changing my name,
Lynn Boch Dale Griffis. parents, Mr. and Mrs.P. School at 6 p. m. Sunday with
Fourth Grade Lee Mrs. George Roberts was Horace Cox and Mr. and Mrs. vice Sunday night from 8 to H. Lott. give us your loyal support. officials of the Sunday and needs the help of friends. so watch for me. I'm now
: hostess to the WSCS Christmas Harry Stallings and son of) I 12 o'clock. Everyone is invitedto t The Band Parent's Club
Mr and Mrs. Jim Baker School in charge, along with
Fugatt, Regina Gladieux, home owned and FREE!
I party Tuesday night, Waldo and Mrand Mrs.] attend. You may attend will have a called meeting on -
Marcella Hardee Lamar: and children of Orlando spent other faithful workers of the
Dec. 19. About 25 members Charles Dinkins and daugh- your own service and then go Thursday Jan. 4, and all Call my friend Bill at
Johnson Norman last weekend here with her church. Presents were givento
Michael ,,
_ enjoyed this delightful affair. ters of Starke were Monday to the Watchnight Service. members are asked to attend
Central Florida Gas
Wise parents, Mr: and Mrs., R. H. the students from the'Sunday andhe'll
Linda Standrigt
Duly ,
Mrs. Roberts had her home dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,Mr. and Mrs, Billy Wood- so plans ,can be made for the !
< Parker. SchooL
Janet Sapp. beautifully decorated for the Paul Dinkins. ard and children of Clearwater, banquet on Jan. 13. Tickets give you better

Fifth Grade: Bonnie Bax- Christmas season. Those enjoying Monday and A-C and MrsFi".. Guests at the D. W. Swin- are on sale'and can be purchased The Missionary Union will\ Service than in the past.

leyM Carol Baxley, Connie At The Churches dinner with'the Darley-Ben- Bunt[ ] Crews of Valdosta, dell'home over the holiday from any member of be held. at Allen ChapelChurch'

Eunice, Marsha Griffis Dianne Grace Methodist: Sunday nett.fam11y. were Lonnie' Ga. were Christmas guests of weekend included :Mr. and the Band Parents.-Mrs. Alma in Macclenny Rev.,

Teston Stanley Craw- School, 9:45: a. m. Morning Prescott and Mr. and Mrs: Mr. and Mrs. C. R.'Crews and Mrs. L. Bishop of Jacksonvilleand Williams Jenkins, president Levy Lennon pastor. All Missionary REPAIRS
Mr. ,and Mrs. Ray
Worship, 11 a; m. Evening Vaughan Prescott and babyof Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crews. 'of Lake City. Theatre Party Seniors and Juniorsare WATCHES-DIAMONDS

Worship 7:30: p. m. ,MYP 7 Middleburg, and Mr. arid Miss Merle Boatwright of Sherry and Darlene Norman All children of the com- asked to attend. The ser- AH Work GuaranteedA. o Ir

- p. m. Wednesday. On December Mrs Ralph Darley and Brandon was an overnight children of Mr. and munity are invited to attenda C. Williams

31 the morning theme daughter of Starke. guest last Friday of Miss Mrs. Marklee Norman, were Theatre Party given by 142 W. Call St.
Mrs. Alice Langford of Vera Crews. clubs, churches, American
be Life Un-
will -Facing
hospitalized f overnight on Starke Fla.
Lake Butler ,arid Mrs. Daisy Mrs. Warren Boatwright and Legion and the manager of tfJt :
afraid. At the evening service Monday last week, with ton- 5Ctt'666
Mrs. Fox will give a Lipham of Plant City are Mrs. C. R. Crews :were in sillectomies.. the Reno Theatre on Monday >> -I er s

study of the book of Judges. spending a. few days with Lake City last Friday. Warren A.- M. Bryant received hos- Jan. 1, at 1 p. m. Parentsare
their brother Truby Wain- Boatwright returned home asked to come with the
QUIZMASTER First Baptist: Sunday I pital treatment in Starke last
wright and Mrs. Wainwright.Jac with them after spending a children.
School, 10 a. m. Morning weekend after an automobile
Wainwright and family few weeks in the Lake City Church,News
In.Starke .Mrs.
accident with
Worship, 11 a. m. BTU 6.30 ,
of"'Vvaycross.. Ga. and Mr. veterans hospital. Mt: Moriah Methodist
\ C p. m.Evening Worship, 7:30p. : Bryant and their son, Homer .
and Mrs. James Wainwrightand Church Rev. McLendon pastor. -
Wed- who is home on leave
m. Prayer Meeting, Bryant, itinui
children joined the family YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYGRAHAM The District Superintendent ,-
nesday 7:30 from the Navy.,
p. m. at dinner Monday.Mr. will hold services at Mt.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas and Mrs. Ernest Wells Amelia Williams, a studentat Morlah Methodist Church at

and son, and Mr. and Mrs. ''of Huntsville, Ala. are spend- the University of Christmas Florida,. 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. Sunday. ,

W. F. Moore Jr. and son of ing the week with Mrs. MaeB. is spending- the He will hold a business meet- NATURAL
By Richard Cain1AAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA vacation with her family,
Hendersonville N. C. arrived
Wells and Mrs. Martha ing at Pleasant Grove Meth-

Friday to spent the holidays Bales and daughter..Mr. and here.Mr. odist Church. At 6:30: services -
I I 'C. Williams -
and Mrs. R.
with Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Mrs. Arthur Green and 1 will be held at Pleasant
I I We are sorry to report that and children of New
This man is perplexed bwautt: Moore and family. Mr. and daughter of the State Farm Grove Methodist Church with Dependable EconomicalPHONE
John Surrency is still in the Port Richey spent the Christ-
Mrs. S. D. Andrews and chil-
were Monday dinner guestsof *, the District Superintendentin
dren of Wildwood and Mrs. the family. Medical Center in Gainesville mas weekend here with her charge.A 9544301NIGHT 96". 411
Hecan't his income in critical condition.Mr. W.
a. figure parents Mr. and Mrs :
Gayle Torode and son of Sam Hicks of Jacksonville wonderful was
taxb. and Mrs. A. T. Andrewsand Home. program CITY OF STARKE GAS UTILITIES DEPT.
Gainesville were weekend spent the holidays with Mr. presented by, the Church
He can't work a crossword I I family of Gainesville Christmas visitors here
guests. Others joining the and Mrs. Glenn Shuford and School under the direction of
puzzle visited Mrs. Andrews' Mrs. M. M.
parents with Mr. and .
family at dinner
Sunday were
children. Mrs. Dell Miss Evelyn Young,
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. son-in-
Wasdin Matchett their
Our fresh milk, rich in food 1 l Mrs. W. H. Edwards and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders were and Miss Constance Williams. i THEY'RE BACK!
Sunday.Mr. Mr. and
law and daughter
value, will bring to full flower. Drew Reddish and children and Bill enjoyed the day The students ,received gifts I i
and Mrs. G. W. Rivers Mrs. Don Pearson of st.
the bloom of health. We don'., of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. W. Monday with Mr. and Mrs. from the Church School, and
: H. Edwards Jr. of Kingsley had as dinner guests for Petersburg. Wayne Matchett, : The STANLEY BROS.
want to make you sound lika Johnny Jenkins and childrenin the program was enjoyed by
eLake Christmas Day their daughter of Long Island, N. Y. is home
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mix-
potted geranium, but it's thtruth. I Jacksonville.. all. The pastor officers, and
and husband Mr. and Mrs.
with his family.
Drink milk every day on and Mr. and Mrs. Bill RoI- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown of Leon Ellington and two Christmas dinner guests at parents are grateful to these i And The Clinch Mountain Boys

every meal. ster and children of Jacksonville Pinley. Ohio spent the week- ladies for working with the
daughters of Starke. the W. P. McElroy home were !
Mr. and Mrs. Paul end with the Harrison fam OlTyme Country Music
Moore and children of At- Mr. and Mrs Carl Jones the Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Cuth-

I lanta, Ga., and the Tom ily.Clyde Wainwright of Bar- had as guests Friday :Mr. and bert of Park of the Palms. natural, resources. :I ON THE

Mrs. L. Strickland of Winter Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Slade
Casey family Mrs. G. C. tow visited his parents, Mr. i Otis Leach used the Dis- JIM WALTER JAMBOREE

Hightower and Miss Rachel and Mrs. H. C. Wainwright, Haven. are spending' the-holidays in trict seeder cultipaclter to 3 .-

Boyer spent Monday with the through the holidays. Mrs. Mrs. Kate Starling had asChristmas.dinner'guests and near Hampton with their plant his clover seed. By using 9:00 A. M. Sunday WJXT-TV Channel 4
Mr. Mr. and Mrs. P. H.
family. Rebel Rhoden of Ocala spent parents the District two box cultI-
and Mrs. Ernest Ortegas and Lott and Mr and Mrs. Lester Presented
1 1 Sunday dinner guests of Sunday with the family. ; packer Otis planted his crimson By
son, and Earl Starling, all of Slade. They have been in
Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr., and Mrs. Charles Mobef and and S-l Clover in one operation
Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. NorTh Carolina, where C. W.
i I Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Harley Mrs. Charles Youmans of
Napoleon .Starling of Gainesville stationed'' with the Army.
: were Mrs. N. B. Blocker and Middleburg, N. Y. spent Sat- is J. B. White has an excel- Gib Brown'sService
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy and : William Jim Walter
Mr. Mrs.
J j sons and Mrs. W. M. Blocker urday evening with Rev. and|f lent stand of African Alfalfa
Starling and family of Ora- Crawford moved on Thursdaylast
Mrs. Fox at the Methodistparsonage.
and says, "I always get a bet- Station *
They were on their ham.Gus week into their new ter stand when.I Use'a packer \ &*
Thrifty Home ImprovementsStart Wynn and Miss Betty home.In'the southeast sectionof .
way to their winter home in of some kind: He used the
Jane Morgan of Starke were town, from the house on
District cultipacker to plant Jacksonville Lake City Gainesville Ocala Brunswick Ga
Here and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Navarre Ave., where they have the Alfalfa. '

Carl Broughton on Christmasday been living for the last several
end: daughter and Joe Harley .
; also their son Robert months. : _: _
were holiday guests of Mrs. :
Rafuse's Earl Broughton, of Gaines- Miss Vicky Mosher and
I brother. Albert Davis -

and family in St. Peters- ville.Mr. Franklin Osteen were visitingin
and Mrs. Carl Jones
Christmas day.
burg.Mrs. had as Saturday dinner
i Effie Miner spent the Floyd Smith and Miss
guests Mr. Mrs. Russell
weekend with Mr.. and Mrs. and: Kathy Conklin spent Christ-
Starling of
Frank Wells and daughters mas at Cross City with the
in Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. .
Leesburg.Mr. Smith family.
and Mrs. H. C. Kelly Lessie Jones and family of. AUTO GLASS AUTO SALES & SERVICE FARM EQUIPMENT POWER SAWS
Hampton Mr. and Mrs. Basil I

WE CARRY EVERYTHING FOR INDOOR with spent Mr.Sunday Kelly's, and sister.Monday Mrs. Davis and children of Gra; Crane Motor Co. Rush's Tractor Co.

AND OUT-DOOR FIXUP. ham, Mrs. Irma Cain and Mauldin's
H. C. Adams and Mr. Adamsin I Inc MoCULLOCH
family of Graham, and Rob- LARK ANGLIA ,
A. B. C. Finance Charleston. S. C.
ert Cain of Gainesville.Mr. Auto Glass ENGLISH FORD NEW Sour
Mr. and Mrs. JOhn C. Tye arid ALLIS ]
.r,FREE,'E'silMAT-ES', .. and children were Monday COMPLETE STOCK CTOVED
-- fevers had as a Christmas Our Soil Our Strength Authorized Sales &; Service NEW- m SALESFlorida .
dinner guests of Mrs.
'rye's dinner guest John Lefevers of GLASS "Complete Service: for All
Phone 964-5291 sister and brother-in-law Mr. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. R. Makes" Farm Equipment And SERVICZ ,,1 J

Complete Line of Hardware and Mrs. F. L. Roberts in G. Griffis were also visitingon Soil Conservation Windshield & Door Glass 506 E. University Are.FR Tractors '

Jacksonville.Miss Christmas Day. N-E-W-S Replaced In Any Make 24251Gainesville FR 6-4385 Saw Co. ,

Bradford Building Sunulv Arthurine: Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Vicari By Bin H-. Car Or Truck Fla. Archer Rd. Gainesville' FB "WI
visited Miss Enza Blanchard had as Sunday guests Mr. '
over the holidays. On Satur- and :Mrs. Jorge Valldejuli and A complete soil and water We Handle.Safety Glass GARDEN SUPPLIES 2538 N. E. lath Dr.

301 E. Call Street day they visited their aunt, children of Keystone Heights. conservation farm plan was FE C-255S COMMERCIALREFRIGERATION Gatnesv1I1e.

Mrs. John J. McLeod in Mel- Mr. and Mrs. Harley Starling prepared for Bill Varnes of 1314 S. Main Gainesville Johnson & Fans, .

were recently visiting in Hampton. He is using Pehsa- InsComplete

Lake City at the home of cola Bahia and Carpet grass Line of SPORTING GOODS

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Tyre. for his pastures. While walk- AUTO SALES SERVICE Refrigeration SEEDSPLANTS- _

Mrs. N. J. Davis had as. ing over the farm and discussing FERTILIZERSInsecticides

Sunday guests Alvin Davis his soil conservation Service Co. -Pet Supplies This Area's Most Complete LJa

and son of Gainesville. plan he remarked, "This ba- IMPERIAL: CHSYSLEB
Rent Fertilizer
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones hia I planted last summer is Spreadera.of Sporting Goods *i
Sidney Leopold, Owner
PLYMOUTH -VALIANT 224 N. W. 8th Ave.
and Mrs. Debbie Hall were showing up good.;
Authorized Sales. Part Commerdal 1LctrZgaaiir n FR 28476Gainesvine. Jimmie Hughes Inc.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. Hall Billy plans to plant white ,
of Hampton Sunday. Service AIr Conditioning Fla.
clover in his pasture next .
1113 W.
> Friji&dre lee Makers University Galaesv1IU
Baptist Church
year which will give him wIn- LADIES WEAR

One of the most inspiring ter grazing as well as improve HawesPoweraMotor Sold And Serviced Arjttoe

Christmas programs was the condition of the Gainesville FR 2-8392 Cherry's SHOES
presented at the Graham Co.
grass. He is out in an area Heights FR 6-7700 Gainesville's Most FashionableAddress
Baptist Church Saturday FE 2>UH ,
where a lot, of chickens 'are For Ladies

night Dec. 23, under the direction grown, so he plans to use as 204 N.. Main, Gainesville DRESSES SUITS -COATS
of Mrs. Alma Leta Bob's Shoe Store
much chicken fertilize as Used Can 312 N. ]-atilt. CONCRETE'PRODUCTS ACCESSORIES
Sparks and Mrs. Thomas Le- possible.

fevers. I know the people of FR 6-3189 105 W. University Gainesville Shoes for The Entire Famfij
The farm plan of P. D. ,
the community would like to

HAPPY NEW YEARSell express their thanks and appreciation planted part of his farm to CONCRETE' PRODUCTS .
to the ladies for CHARM SET FOB WQMEH;
pine trees, which will cut ARE THE BEST FROMEdwards Gainesville
Livestock with us where will be selling ,at the greatest od the hard work put into bring-
your you down on his managementtime. COMET FIAT RENAULT END WELL FOB CHTLDSXJf
vantage in history, and that'cs competitive selling. We have ample buyers, ing this program to the people Mayflower '

both local and out-of-state, for both cattle and hogs. of the church. The song Jake Authorized Sales Scnrtc*- BuildingSupply Bags Millinery--Accessories

We sell your cattle in the order they arrive at the market, and pen each leader Moody for Pianist.the night Leonard: said Prevatt"Be careful County of Ranger fire- P&rta Inc. LOCAL AND LONG 21 W, UniversityGainesrffii'
; Raymond
customer cottle separately where there are 2 or more head. You also save DISTANCE MOVING
s Moody. Recitations now that the woods are dry Trained M"'f*>aitft Geed -
1 % on selling charges when sold in groups of 10 cattle or more. The Virginia Dorothy by: Miss and the water table so low. 726 S. Main FR 2-4844 Storage And: Crating -

slaughter calf buyer who was with us the first four months this year, will Frances Redding, Miss Mary Again ibis the Brad- Used Can Gainesville. P4a. Gainesville FR 6-5224 YARNS-TOYS
Broughton Faye Dy- year
fat calves to,about 500 pounds.
be back with buying
us again up
a1. Jimmy'GrUfls, -Glenda ford' Sal- Conservation District Bark1 Motors
Selling charges on No. 1 graded hogs, only \ % plus l lOc per head yardage Starling Barbara Lefevers. ,,in .cooperation with the a y ELECTRIC MOTORS MUSIC SUPPLIES _ _

when sold in our regular grades. We have an out-of-state buyer wanting Tommy Lefevers, Danny Griffin Florida Association of Soil 615 N. Maia..OaiaetVffle Lillian's Music Store Time to Lay-Amy I. 4Chrktaui -.

your 'peanut fed hogs. Lee Sparks, and Cathy Le- and Water Conservation Dis- 'Electric Motor '

Tom Willis is at your service at all times to help you on any marketing fevers. Prayer and program trict Supervisors will sponsora YOLSSWAGSf "GaiatcvBIe 1931KBAKAYEB Leader"Sioee j'.

problems. introduction by Rev. C. L. speaking contest. The title Repair Co.. WJN'lEBack and Jill ,

SALES EVERY MONDAY: HOG SALE STARTS '11 AJy I Redding. Duet by Shebbie of the speech' is "How Students Sale Sen-toe Parti OF, GAINESVILLE, INC. CABLE '

START NEW YEAR OFF RIGHT WITH OUR SALE NEW YEAR'S DAY | Prevatt and Leonard Moody and Parents Can Promote PIANOS PIANOBGANS Opea TGI $:W On Friday

with the choir accompanying.The ,Soil and Water Conservation Miller-Brown Motor* COMPLETE ELECTRIC CHORD ORGANS -*159-37S Complete Line Of '

narrator was Mrs. Thomas In My District* .The MOTOR rants Needlework' _Nsiks
Guitars Drums
Sheet .
GAINESVILLE. LIVESTOCK MARKETL. Lefevers. There was a good contest' designed to develop ,. lac.. @ALAND SERVICE Music Free Instructioijj

attendance for the program. leadership through providing F3 2-969 ,. "Katrtjutcr of
Toys Gases _
BudgetsFB EtHa
_ H. Thompson, Manager PH. FR 2-3442 Tom Willis, Sales Manager Sunday School attendanceis for pftrtMfffltton In public I I 'L 1080. E. Unlrenaj Ate.' Hew Lincoln Moton"IS 6-5931 -. ''. lies bias
speaaietitai! Ti -$31E I. ; :
still low. It could be ': .
112 S. E. Gain vme '
'I'-mt. ; First 623W.> University
I. b. GUnesyffia
lew S. 3faa Gtilib ;..
brought up so LETS ALL try. ulatins interest In cesserring I ,


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