Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 1966
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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Scenes From Colorful ..- of Stnrl e's most successful Christmas I'linulcH, vas Center p.h"I.ttrllC'lh'e. : flout entere l l byhc/ Bradford, I w'I

stuped lirst Thurmliiy afternoon. to the delight of. ImmlriMls of ('lIIly 1I''I.ltnllnillllr| )'. a ,

)unnC..lerMho; lined the htreels la the ilountoun. ses,lion to
\lsit' with Santa Cluuw.I'ictiircil At right: Santa N seen jfreetlnir >.rung friends. ut Stiirke

CHRISTMAS PARADE I'la/.a, and "at fur right listens to the "want list" of 11 timidlittln r
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BRADFORD .. COUNTY $650,000 WorthCity / .

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Official County Publication Established In 1879


Of Certificates

Youth Faces Invalid ManIs

The City of Sliuko sold procedure in transactions of
Lewd Conduct Victim Of lUSO.OOO{ worth of Utility this kind.

Revenue Certificates Se. lea) The council aso acceptedbids

lt/66, to Barcus. Kindred te from three concerns for

Charge HereRonnie House FireJesse Co. of Hollywood. Fla In an the maintenance' and repairof

iS action by the City Counotl city vehicles. The contract

Monday night. now on a yearly basis was
Lamar Sanford. 19. Before voting to sell the
Tyson. 58. partial!,' awarded to the lowest bidder
of Ftarke was bound over to I tends: the council heard. Harvey : Ttrwlllegar\ Motors. The low
Negro resident of
Circuit Court, on charges o? the Pleasant Grove settlement I. Henann representativeof bid was broken down as fallows -
]lewd and lascivious conJuct Barcus Kindred & Co..
on Brownlce Road, burned to : : labor on light trucks
IT- font. of a femalelilld death, when his house caught state that the market for mu- atid cars $4. prr hour; labor IOn
under! the age of 14. after arrtmnary -r '
securities has Improved
r't fire early Tuesday morning.A rlclpal one and two ton trucks
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hearing Wed- faulty wood heater Is believed relative to the "extreme $4 per hour: labor on heavy
tie.-iday afternoon before
County Judge T. A. Yawn. blaze, according! to Deputy and September of this ya'1r." per cent discount on Ford r

Bond was set at $1.000. Sheriff Glenn A. Moore. Henann said. In his opinion parts and 25. per rent on other
The act of which Sanford the present market conditionsare makes; grease jobs on vehlile
Thq burning house was discovered -
is accused
is a misdemeanor by neighbors of Ty ion favorable.The up) to one ton $1.50: grease .
+'w t1bu 4x4'an"IeFPM4r
Jf Involving a fl Y.- a o .
person over -
:t on their way to work about! purchase offer aj tea jobs on two tun vehicles- 200.
the ace of 14. but a felony- ) 5 The Starke Fire TiepartmeiU to pay 98% of par value plus The other bids were :rem 1 1ISa
i' a.m. !-
subject to Circuit Court trialIf L .r the call accrued Interest to the date dwln Chevrolet. ( and Bell'
jlt'y'' ,
involving .a child under '; rid .
r of delivery for bonds biai1-;: G.'rage.!
house far
but the was too
that .
nire. to thin Interest rates rangin\ In other action, the council
none save.
Sanford was brought: to from 4'A\ percent to'4-K'" per :
lived alone. He la:
t th-+ city police station by
Examined decal to
a sample
his wife two
by and'
members of his family after 7o In money from the oond: be used on city vehicles. .The
whom lives
+ \ sons none of
n search, with dogs ob'inej idr tale Is to bo used for the proposed 12 inch round decal had a
from: the Florida State Prl { Starke.
Funeral services will be held power plant expansion glister of strawberries surrounded -
on. of 'the general ar-i In hl 7 he council discussed! a c0'.i- bv the letters. "Cily
whl"h he !l' alleged: : to na.i-, 1. rr' at 1 p Methodist m- Monday Church.in Plejd'intGrove "tlon in the offer giving tile of Starke." Utilities Sup,'rlntundent -

appealed nude in front of a 44MS purchaser the exclusive! rUhttn Oscar Davis estimatesthe

10-year-old girl;: on her *'ay name the paying agent switch to decals cut about

Jjonie) from Southsido: Elementary ,y FhJ School Board bank and the depositaries for 50 per cent of the soot of

School last Thursday t + the Construction Fund created idenlfying city vehicles by

afternoon. The ln.lcicnt: May Accept by the authorizing ordinance. hand lettering.

occurred: on Wilson Roa-I, ''Jolson The Council expressedthe Agreed to give employees tn
near its intersection wi'*' Trophy-winning Tornadoes. are pictured at Football Banquet Roger ( Idle:, iStiinHI., Harry/ IInl'hf'r.11)1' Blanket-. Bids ThursdayJacksonville desire to have the funds the clerk's office n holiday on

Colley Road, a block south of lint Thursday night. .hhii| Kiinnle Tomlinson. placed In a local bank Hen Christmas Eve and New Years

the Bradford County Hospital 1st row (from left) : Paul Smith, Joey Reese, Jim jixluln. tad row (from 1"1)) I liathl, ,!slmnnun, Kiuiily, ..lo.tnerVnync. : ann said this was the usual Eve
: to Police contractor Harris -
'Milfoil. l-'uton Morgan: Miirlir. '" Srn: Chinf Bill Rosser. ft Harris! was the apparent -

The Boas! :: followed t the lr-.il low bidder" on two !school Dates Set For Public
Youths FinedIn Hearings
to the old! Starke bowllna: alley buildings when bids were

where the youth ap1>ar'n- Tornadoes Feted. opened on the pro led" Tue-t- I
Pecan Totals
tlv entered a parked auto. Gas TheftThree dav night bv the Bradford!

mobile.Kunford. Much County Board of Public Instruction On Local Bills In 3 Counties

was rcpre.vntjd: i at 18-year-old you.' .:In Higher '

Wednesday's! \ hearing by attorney ,- pleaded
SlfiM>ce Scrug/ of Judge's Court Tuesday to petit BanquetA Than 7965'sOross and Included: construction of State Representative Eugene terested persons in each. _

GalncivtlleAc'ordma larceny and were orderedto a seven-cl.issroom\ school :at F. Shaw has announcedthat county.
to Cfilef R.. se'. pay $33 fines or spe"d 11! receipts, total pounds, Hampton, and n five-class: her) along! with otherState
beaming, and Ju.sUflbly FrI: .the youth appeared fro n oehlud lays in jail for stealing fta.o- ii nd prices! all room school of similar circular Representatives and
proud Couch David Huvhe ,shirAward presented by !UrI In the scheduled with the
j. clump of bushes ilon.Wllrnn u gains peinnMHhon riesian; at Brooker. Senators in the 2nd Congrsslonal / thoughtin

road and called tc:: Lne.Ray Craven and Jimmie Mo- pissed out awards to lIb C Houpt nniiuillyOu'stawlln just closed a.s com- According to School Superintendent DL trlct. met last weekIn mind that as many peopleas

she chIld. but made no further Crary. both of Route 2. was title-winning State ChampIon :? Senior Awards. pirqd: with last year's fig Tom Ci.sev., the Tallahassee! !' to plan the possible in each of the
Class A Tornadoes last went Marlie Saiidcisim.Ronnie '
move In he- dire.'-hn.a. to .
Sh" ran toward home. and adjudged! guilty of stealing' Fildc.. night like the buys Tomlln o". Harry ures.A report Just released by bid was well within the handling of local legislationfor counties would attend for the
Brndfoid. and Union
happened) to met Chief dos. five: gallons of gas from the toss-Jd! passes! during a '.,1-: Ilatr'her. Paul Smith. David l 'the Starke. State Farmers $335! 000 that had been O'ld- Clay purpose of expressing their
Counties In the 19U7ses
Purina Chow Feed Co. on cetod' for the proierts.
.4.r, who llvr.s! In the vi.'lnity. tory-maklnff sea.son.: Shannon. Lraton Morgan. Market show a total of 109.401 .- : tiion.It.. views of proixjscd legislihon i! -
an,! 'eportc-1 the Incident.( ( September 15Roger Bat more Important even and Wayne BIll nkenshl!' pounds! of nuts sold on F.lsht bids wore received, !, ." Shaw said./
Griffin.! Route 2. and! the board dente to was agreed: at the: meeting -
than Individual award The. players, in turnwith the auction here for a gross> He added that it would expedite -
....{TKIMM1NP.: : : : i'..tRrY1T Starke was adjudled guilty of Ilui'si told a packed house at Jim Godwin as spokesman! of 32002.20 at an avm-aye: tnke thf"mlnrlpr\ advisement that all local: legislation matters greatly if ill

PUBLIC LIBRARY stealing from 5 to 10 gallons the annual Quarteroack: presented the coaching: staff. of $29.25 per hundred nnd make nn award! at a would require: the majority proposed local legislation: had

cf gas from the school bus Ctub sponsored football banquet with plaques.] Including Nurse! pounds. Last year 83.U79 sneclal meeting! tonliiMf : approval of both the Sl'natAalld been properly advertl.;

r Tree Trimming Party will jerking! lot on August 1. was a mythical. oy r- and his a..qlblantqlIke! Sexton pounds. of nuts brought a total f Thursday' 1 House delegations! Any prior to the. hearings. "The

\be held at the Public Llb:-.ry The arresting officer In both all award that should so to Tony Griffith. Chuck,' of 14248.90, at an nv?r' Charles J. Harrli Sr of the proposal for local legislation. I State Constitution! requires!

Thursday afternoon. Dec 22. ruses was Deputy Glenn A. the entire team."Individuals Mason Warnev Adklnson n-e: of Slfl !))6 per hundrej.! film whose/ bid was lowest, bv falling to gain the approval that notice of Intent to !seek
tn All boys of such a majority would nut
from 3:30: 4:15.:
Moore.In ant Tommy Malloy. on the leading t)4.420.) expressed concern local dIn
deserve crudH. ..: Average: prices .sal'J. legislation be publl l1
and girls, ages: 6 to 9 are invited other plea day 'action state champon- Godwin said that Bradford : varletltes. with the 1965) that the cost of nlumhln1 be introduced l Shaw a ]local newspaper at least
bait the :
: to Join In the fun- Judge: T. A. Yawn accepted Ifiah has "the most out fabotit MOOOOI might hive "So far as local legislationIs : \
Fhl-' } was won by team ef- prier In \parentheses werCUI'tlq / : 30 days prior to Its introduction '.-
guilty pleas In all but two 'anrlnco'chlnf! : staff In been. omitted I from the bid concerned, each co.inty: "
fort." Hurse said. "and erypla'I : / : 35 (CB; 1 119.0 : Money in the Legislature, 1
The CommunityState cases.! had key role H the Florlr'a." Maker. :21.8!) 115281 : Ran due to error. within the :2nd! Congressional: Shaw said.

Hank of Starke; In one. Garland Ray :Mapes. victory.l a On behalf of 'the Qimrtir- dells 27.33 115601; Seed- He offered! to leave his. estimate District. has,, at least a five- He expressed hope that at

a state prisoner -who escaped The largest' crowd ever" to bark Club. A. N. IfollKlav Unas.! $27.31 r 112.461 ; Stuarts 1 sheets' for itur'v: bv man dfleuatlonand all ;local many people as possible .will\

The Florida from a road crew near Graham attend a football banquet presented Hurse with an electric 32.05: 123.031.Civitans: the hoard and l said he would,. legislation must meet tit\ attend the public henrlnjs In
(Hank at Starke on November 21. asked> that fans. clock In the(! form of a eh'Tk with a fiib-contract'.. approval of this group order that the legislative
mo3; than 350 players! !
he represented by counsel In fnotbill engraved with .he Hear to the Shaw said
coae'ies.', and cheerleaders sro If plumbing! was delegation may have M :iruea \
And answering charges The COUI.taT'PQlnted 10i5( and 1966 state championship Inr-Iilded. The following/ dates were
Enlisted Men'sClub consensus as! possible oa
packed the Police Chief :
Public Defender. data.' agreed 1 upon by the delegation -
The board's" nrehltert. non
First Federal Savingsand at Camp Blanclina and: local legislative! Issues a.. Drellas
Loan A. Green Jr. and. after waning hea-d University of Flo:'ida Coach Mason! Introdur: "d Give Report ;Morcnn. read the law portainlntr for holding public hearings discuss other matM'01\
Association in
a preliminary! hearing, the Freshman! Coach Jack 72 members of the Junior 'to bids, and recommended on all local legislation Interest with the deleg''vtlonTwoB&E's -

WILL HE CLOSED defendant was bound over to Thompson laud hard work Varsity which he said was! Police"' Chief Bill Rosher! that the board 'take Bradford Clay. and Union

circuit! court. derive, and determination as the largest number ever to told! CivUan members Tiifi"rliv whatever action a DOPa red to Counties:
Monday, December 2ft In other cases. Larry Baker the three main ingredients o" report at BITS "They'll he .norning that recent sa-! be In Its! best interest.AnothT Febl'uarv7!) p. m. Union

-! a champlonshlteam.\' needed," Mason said "sliic< prv Increases have' ensblej: contractor, present County High: School cafetcr- Are ReportedTwo
And Monday January :2= the varsity will have only ia. Lak( Butler.
j The seven top awards wentto him to up-Trade the q.lallt said! thit the common
was transferred to the trial : seven boys! returning! next: of the( police force and cut: practice Is to allow withdrawal ( February 10-7 p. m.'' Cli/ cases of breaking ant

This Space Contributed calendar- Jim Godwin. Most Valutjle. season.! The 1966( varsity down on the rapid turnov.r : of n bid If It can i be County courthouse Green entering were reported TuestHy -

Weekly to Publicize Sentence was withheld on Lineman: had! only 21 boys! on twfciuad. In personnel due to low sal shown that a clerical error Cove Springs. morning to the Sheriff

William W. Parker, convictedty Randy Joyner Most '/aiuab and 14 will graduate: arleiPosser was made. February 11 10 a. m. office. They occurred at W. T,
Community Events by a Jury last month on this ..... Bradford! County courthouse
Back: sprinir. said the crime ra Other contractors! and the Standard 1 Oil bulk plant.

The CommunityState charges of permitting liquor to Wavne McLeod. Most Improved Coach Adkinson said It was! e- ".ally amnng youth their bids Are ns follows!!: Lacuna Starke.It the Standard Oil bulk plant.
be soli: on his premises. : harder to defend a state PPOJI'''!. wis Inci-ensln-i allover VistA S3S2760: : J.irkponvUle Is expected that all tour( According Deputy Sheriff

Bank Through his attorney Parser! Larry Brown, the Gold championship than to win It the nation and that a Construction' $351- State Senators toaeher with Dolph Reddish, both city and
said he was inaware that the! the first time and lauded the 470 Rep. Shaw: will attend these!
Helmet Award as "mast de- hlgr! calibre of offll'r1'II\ ; A. J. Todd .16,365f.!) : county authortles are workingon
Accounts now insuredup person operating his place tr serving"' player: 1966 Tornadoes as the mOAt needed( 1 in order to cone \,'.h! lParrlqh.. n/l7173/ : New hearings. the cases. The only loss! reported -

to $15,000 by Ri>no had liquor on he premises. Jy Reese. Best Comp. tI- dedicated! football: team In the situation. The local faire Construction $354.777: : Peen- Purpose of the heartn*? was at the lumber sup-

Federal Deposit Insure tor: the state. ma4{' 573 arrests! handl'sj: :' ]lea Construction $3S!\<> 603: will be to accept proposed local ply building where between

ance Corp. The drivers! license of two Roger Chilson. the Bull Coach Nurse' introdrvdI 740 rases, and worked ii4:! Tl'iest Construction $363.R83. legislation from all coun- $25 and $50: in change was
Juveniles John Franklin Crews!! '"'-.ruts in 1966. R"Ih The also! offer- ty officials, board.
Awiiid for ao4M''1,181! liene.,, I Continued, On Pave Two! :ar rald contractors! county mlsslncr. ...._..
(Continued on Page Eight-A) 'rContinued On Page Simi] municipal, and other In-

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THURSDAY DEC. 22. 1966I !
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Miss Green t*

I| Mr and Mrs Jerome Edwards Big Dad Employees Ruby

and family will return Weds Mr. Hudson i

'iE.th { to their home In Naples on j Hear ExpansionPlans i
i 1 ti Nelson Green announces ,
} Friday after visiting Mr. and 6 Described Mrs.
I ( Mrs. Merrill Edwards this. i h I .' the marriage of her f rink ko

week. Predictions that "larger daughter, Ruby Ethel, tx -
Edward Hudson son of Mr
quarters" would have to be
Mr. end Mrs. Willis Ches- or; o l 1 lgir
GLADYS MOOTY ser of Ocala Mr. and Mrs. found for next year's annual and :Mrs. George Hudson v

Phone 964-OK31) : Audy Hinson of Columbus Christmas banquet were Blountsville, Ala. "

Ga... Mr. and Mrs. James voiced by D. S. Siceloff, president The marriage took place l'
of Big Dad Manufacturing on Dec. 3 in Atlanta, Gn.
Mr and Mrs. H. I. Tolbert'I Dr. H. B. Bolllnger attendeda Martin of Tallahassee and
the plant'sYuletide with Mr. Hudson's uncle, 4
of Lake City will be Christmas Chiropractic Seminar In Tampa Miss Floriei Kllllngsworth of Corat
dinner in: the Starke: Justice of the Peace, u1'ticia -
and Ala. will be
Eve guests of Mr. on Sunday.Mr. Birmingham I
Golf and Country Club Monday : ting;.
Mrs David' Montgomery. :\ and Mrs. Stephen Kelleyof holiday guests of Mr.InJ
Thursday evening guests; of Jacksonville will be weekend Mrs. J. H. Dennis. I Mr. and Mrs. Hudson are
1 He was referring to the residing at 107 Georgia Ave
the Montgomerles will be guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ida Merrow of Tampa i e present plant expansion Atlanta.
S. E. in
and Mrs. E. P. Mont- with I
(Mrs. Reddish Andrews. will spend the holidays which will almost double the

gomerv Si of Lake City. Rev. AJL/c and Mrs John :Miller her daughter And family. Mr << 1 present employment in the GIRL SCOUTS . k-i
Mrs! Montgomery: Jr. Edwards.
\l1oJ Merrill
and Mrs.
of Burkburnett, next few months. Various de-
| family of Orange Park: and children Mr. and Mrs. Robert Case of The local junior Girl Scout. : :
holl- lava have caused opening u
"if -L
Texas are upendingthe
J| Geonce Oldham of Jas- of Orlando and Sam Mitchellof i the new addition to run almost Troop 60S enjoyed their aMrs. .
:Mr.: .
l.iva, with their parents, &
Mrs. J. W. ConyerjGainesville. < '
mci Lake City will be holiday i 60 days behind schedule Christmas party on Mondo'1Yafternoon. president of the Hospital Auxiliary
Mrs:! E Matthews:: andMr. .a ,, Loyree ,
I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester''' .' :.. Mr. Siceloff said, but. Dec. 12, at the annual Christmas coffee held
Mi and Mrs Roddy Strutn ::\ and !Mrs. S. M. :Miller.! local Civil Defense building serve during the organization's;
Ciews. some machines are already in
| and ms of Atlanta Oa. are!! I .M 1 ,rs. Mae :JIcAteer of Tampa Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slada :t<. tEL place, and others are expected The nine girls were howr 1 I last Friday.
spending Friday to Tuasdav!! "', of her son- I : '
( the holiday guest
day first of the film "Town of the Times,
Christmas Ii the a
will have as in by year.
.__.____ L. .11' Entertains
with Mr and Mrs. Mem.Stxuth .- -i-law and daughter, Mr. and guests Mr. and Mrs. James This was Big Dad's 15th by Civil Defense director Hospital Auxiliary

Mathew Mrs. George Flynn Jr. Garner. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. L. L. Conner Celebrates90th annual Christmas party for Frank Williams and a brief With Annual Christmas CoffeeThe
and Mrs Garl
:Mr. and !Mrs Bill Jackson of Slade Jr., Mr. and Mrs. 3- A. employees, and Mr. Sicoloff question and answer period
were Sunny' / dinner guest Arlington, Texas and Mr. and Kyle, and Mr. and Mrs. BirthdayL said that 1966 had. been one followed. Gifts were exchan- traditional holiday Mrs. Loyree Cocomise

of Mi and Mrs. T. E. Bi-ea- :Mrs. Don Ray Tilley of Jack- George Johnson and families of the best years as far aa ged and each received a coffee, sponsored by the Auxiliary president, received
zcale n High Springs. Mr. and concerned. Santa Claus filled with candy Hospital guests at the door and was
Bonvllle will !be weekend guestsof of Jacksonville, and employment was Bradford County !
Cadet Jack McComb Jr. of L. Lawton) Conner blows out candles denoting his 00th leaders. :Mrs. the hospitalities
and Mrs J. G. Jackson. Mrs. Charles Sawyer and After the turkey dinner. from the Auxiliary for members of the assisted in
the U s Air Force Aca3en,! '- Mr. Rock, family of Starke. and :Mrs. birthday,
Colo is home for the holidays "" John Adnms of Little Stevenson of Greenville N. Doyle Connor, rxtingulHhew. his own rtuidlei denoting his' plant for an exchange of and Mrs. V. J. Spengler.:; nel of the hospital was held Mrs. D. H. Penoyer and

e'f Ark., and :Mr. and :Mrs.: J. H. I C. 38th birthday unnl\ersnry. gifts. Sally Torode brought a Pin- from 7:30: a. m. until 6 p. m. her Candy Stripers.
Mrs! Jettye Hazen ol; Mosely of Memphis Tenn. are held I..t'' ata which was enjoyed by 'all The entire hospital was
Sublettof took at
the weekend H. H. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse The Joint celebration place a reception last Friday.
Gainesville Mrs.
spent Dr. and
vtslthntf arrangements:
with Mrs. A. E. McKinney this week. Murfreesboro. Tenn. are Saturday afternoon at the Home of 1. L. Conner's, ton, andUoyle'li Recent Births the girls. The coffee table was cov- decorated with
Adams Anthurhim
Hobbaof spending the holidays with: father, Leon Conner en Crosby Lake.lIunh.ad. ered with a white linen cloth of red roses and
Mr. ami Mrs Jimmy daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Larry John- and centered with, an antique lilies.
Mrs E. F. Stump and ML; Homos sRa are spending their son-in-law and .. of friends and relatives called during the*afternoon TornadoesGet Cocomise thanked:! all
and Mrs. Harry son of Live Oak announce silver bowl filled with red :Mrs.
Lilian Stump will spend the weekend with their parents.Mr. I to wish. the two honor-Jiient "many happy returns." held holiday those who assisted in making
the birth of a' daughter on ro es. Silver trays
CMistmas, > day with Mr. "l'.:! J. C. Hobos and Green.
Mrs. and
and I enjoyable
R. T. the affair an
Dec. 18. Maternal grandparents delicacies. Mrs.
of Cocoa:
M-) William H. Thomson ir Albert Williams Mrs. Alta Ashurst
and Mrs
Mr. AwardsContinued occasion. Arrange-
J. J> ofTCej>tone successful
weeks with are Mr. and 41t Monticello.Sue at the Hobbs'! Is spending two ; Brad- Students home for the
Other (guests 1 1I sister Local admittances to Odom Jr. of Starke. Heights, Mrs. Pauline To ode. ments were in charge of Mrs
and -
Hurst of Birmingham home will be Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur her brother-in-law 1 ford County Hospital this I holidays include: Mary Bol-! H. B. Hamilton, "and Titus Olson, social chairman,

Ala was visiting Sally Lawson I Barry and family of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Haz- week include: Mrs. VassleHamphlll : linger from William-Carey Bradford) County Hospital [ From Page One] Mrs.Mrs. Gladys Weldon preflded, I and Mrs. J. W Klncald. public -

on Monday.Mr I Gainesville and Richard Hobbs Otis R. Leach. College. Miss., Dural Rags- relations chairman.
and Mrs. Ronald Parson :of the University of Florida. en.Sgt.. 1'c: and Mrs. Donald George E. Sanders James'. dAle from Florida Southern announces the following: the seven players who made at the coffee services.

and daughter of Clarks, Mrs. N. N. Skinner of Lawr- Hardenbrook and sons of W. cadle and Miss Linda College Dave Long, Richard births: All Region and All Conference -

ville. Tenn. are spend' { enceburg. Tenn. arrived Thurs- Harrisburg Pa. arrive today 1 Dale Kimbler all of Stark:; Wainwright, Ernest Jenkins! Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Allen teams, and ten who won cess of the team. CARD OF THANKS

Christmas week with Mr. and: day for two months' visit with for ten days vacation with ::Mrs Ruth Shockey of K"v- Tom Gardner Jimmy Dowl- Taylor Jacksonville, a son. praise for not missing a practice -

Mr Elden Mathews.Mr Rev. and Mrs V. J. Ragsdale.Mrs. her mother, Mrs. Nelson stone Heights; Mrs. Jessie ing and Bobbie Sue Barks- Ralph Allen. Dec. 19. session during the sea The Tornadoes have play- r' ", family of Mrs. Murlle

and Mrs Bill Cotter V. J. Rngadale and Green, and family. Williams and Mrs. Essie Nettles dale from F. S. U.. Janet Mr. and (Mrs. Billy Gordon ed through 27 straight games M. Crews wish to express

and children of Hasting; daughter Mrs"" W. S. Gub'er' of Stephanie Green had a of Lake Butler: Wallie Hardy from University of) Grlffis Starke a son Jody son.Award jackets, were presen- wlthoht a single defeat and their deep appreciation for

and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fort Fierce were in Birmingham /:- tonsilectomy at Bradford Crews of Brooker: Mrs. Marie Georgia. Marion Green from Lee Dec. 16. ted to all boys who lettered only one tie. Hurse said that I the many kind and thoughtful -

Lewelliner and son of Panama/ Ala. the first of the week County Hosptal last Tuesday. J. Chapman of Lake Geneva; Career Academy Oa.. Sherry Mr. and Mrs. Charles 001- this year for the first time. this enviable record was due condolences received during -

City will be holiday guests, to bring Dennis Giibler. a atu- I Mr. and: Mrs. Bobby Welchof Miss Linda V. Beckham of Wilson from Tulane University den Williamson Hampton a and individual plaques Wre largely to the great scouting I 1 their recent bereavement.

of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Nolan dent at the Baptist College Hattlesburg, Miss. is Hawthorne; Mrs. Verlma Lary Noegel from Uni- son Michael Devin Dec. 16. presented by the High School job done by 'his coaching! ,

Glen Reddish ol Green hrane for the holidays. standing a week with Mrs. Matthews of Waldo; and versity of Alabama, Freeman Mr. and Mrs. William La- Activities Association to staff.

wood. S. C is spending t.hr Larry Crawford University.a studentat Welch's parents. Dr. and I.Irs. Thomas B. Hamilton of Register m from Athens fayette Durba. Gainesville, a each member of the stale Drew Reddish president of I 12 Transister RadiosReg.

holidays with his parents Brigham Young O. L. Havnes Jr. Brooker.F. College and Rick Hood from son. William Lafayette Durban championship team. servedas
Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish Provo, Utah is spending the Lloyd Grlder of St. Simons W. peoples of Pittman, North Carolina University. n. Dec. 17. Varsity Cheerleaders were the Quarterback Club $16.95; 1 for $12.8S
I Christmas holidays Crawford.Mrs. with Island was visiting .his parents NJ.. is spending the holidays Douglas Seymour of Offi- I introduced and lauded oy master of ceremonies 2nd at Half Price at your
mother, (;Mra. Zary Mr. and Mrs. R. H. G1der. introduced distinguished
Mrs Agnes! Heath of For! Mark :Moody of Green I over the weekend. VI,it- with his son-in-law and cer's' Candidate School Fort I A Classified Ad In the TELE- Hurse as an important con- and I| Firestone Store

Lauderdale and Mr. and Cove Springs spent tho week- ing the Grlders this week\ daughter' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Banning, Ga. is home for two GRAPH bring renulti. tributing factor to the &uc- guests.

Mrs Dewey! Warren and son end with' her sh.ter.frs.. \V. ore their orran'lsons. Bob an-' Shiner. I weeks.
of Savannah. Oa. are spend- Hart. On Saturday :Mrs: Park
H. Bill Douvillf" of Orange
ina the holidays with their Hart, Mrs. P. L. Bridges, and Frank Hardy: Is in Musi-
their parents. :Mr. and Mrs Moody visited 'Mr.: and
Mrs. ]Ion. Ohio for two weeks visiting -
J. S Sapp. in Orange -
Ronald Crawford _
Mrs. his uncle and !aunt D1'and
Mrs W. E. Mlddl ton attended ,, Park. Mrs. A. R. Fuvnas Carol 1
"sister" luncheon Kate Sheppard of ?
a Mrs. Attn Cr.'I1chlte -
Hardy:! :is vislMnr ; r
l1e'lt of her sister. "Trs Mu Erunswlck Ga. arrived Tuesday In Jacksonville this

one'I. at tIle home of Mra to spend the holiday with I week.

Harriet Powers in JacksonVille friends in Starke and relatives Mrs. P. T. Stone and Miss; ... ._. ,
on TlipHriiyiTho. ..aa.l!:;:4-lnl.EaLt White. Anderson of Archer
was the annual Christma. Mr. and :Jlrs. J. D. :Mortonof :
will snend the weekend with
luncheon for the Sewing Clul Meridian: Miss are spending
with thPlr sister. Mrs. E. M. Davis
which Thursday to Tuesday
was organized 20 year
and fa.mllyfr.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W
their grandson
ago.Mrs l David CoatI Grassier and famllv of Cal-
and Mns.; ,
Lillian Phillips of: to
H. P.Bell Jr., Bennie Williams Vioun. Oa spent Friday
I.ake City r.nd Mr. and Mrs and G. Whitley Williams Wf'dnl'elW"v1I1th' Mr. and

Ed Enzor of Jacksonville will: of: Currie N. C. spent the first Mrs. M W Crawler.

be holiday guests of Mrs. of the week with Mr. and :Mrs. Mrs. O. W. Lamar of Ouln-

Bertha Pearce. Mack: Willama. rev snendlnor several< weeks

Misses Louise and Ett :Miss Della Rosenberg' and with Mrs. J M. Mitch*!!. 1

Frlpp) of Columbia. S. C. ar :frs. Desta Dyal attended the Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell .

unending the holidays with Jacksonville BPW Christmas Norman anent Snn\ "" wlrh

their brother-in-law and sis party at the George Washington Mr and Mrs. D. N. Demmnrk

ter. Mr.. and Mrs. L. G Hotel in, Jacksonville! Sun- sr !and Mr. an* Mrs. T"> Powell. Denmark In Jacksonville. 1

Mrs Ed Prevatt st>ent las': day.Lt.. Thomas B. Dynl of Airman 3-c Pnul Miller has I all become more aware of our blessings.
Wednesday: to Saturday ,,'ILhMr. Wright-Patterson AFB. Day- roirmiotPd' V>n.Ie' trailni AtI

an' Mrs. Paul Srleld ton Ohio will be home for the T.onklnnrt' A>'8. Sin Antonia We use this letter as our most sincere expres-

and family in St. Petersburg: holidays.Mr. TPXSS and is home for the I l

Mrs. George Jones : and Mrs. John Buckley holidays. He wIll leave for
children of Jacksonville any are Jr. of Sarasota are spendingthe >">is new o'MimTnent: :st sion of gratitude to you for your patronage.

weekend with. her parents Homestead AFB after Jan
spending this week with Mr !
and Mrs. Clyde Priest. I-\f... and :Mre.: David Browning. 1. I More than this we appreciate the confidenceyou

Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen Mrs. Erroll Alvarez; vndMrv.

yer Mr.of and Los Mrs.Gitos W., Calif r. S\ana. t. are spending Christmas day C. O Barko"'p' were In place in us attested by'your' continued and

with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. JarVsonvllle recently to attend -I
Keystone Heights. Mrs. W. T
Hazen :In Gainesville. the funeral of B.V.. repeated business.
Oliver of St. Simons Island
David Trozell of Mayport furry. Mrs Curry Is a former I
and :Mrs. W. T. Denny of
and Dr. Donald ChUb of Starke resident> the

Savannah guests Ga.of Mr.will and be holiday Mrs., Winter Park were weekend daughter of Mrs. Mabel' Our pledge to you is to dedicate our-

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Braden of Jacksonville and
W. H. Nollman.Mr. .
and Mrs. Dick Sieffor- Thomas and daughter the late J. B. Seats I selves to the goal of making our firm the very
Kathleen at their camp 'lathe i Mr. and Mrs. W. w. Hoo1 :
man of Petersburg Va. Mr
Scrub. 'Jr. and sons of Raleigh N We further
and Mrs. P. A. Parrish and Graham of C. and I best with which you can do business. .
Lt. (tj. g.l' Hank Rick Hood of North
family of Durham N. C., and
NewP Mr and Mrs. L. that will always -
A. Taylor of the holidays. spending the holidays with pledge our guiding principles

Jacksonville will be holiday Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Decs Mr. and Mrs. Hood Sr.

guests of Mr. and Mrs. :Mer- and Pearl Dees of Mayo were Mrs. Norman Bullock and be those of honesty, integrity, and fair
ritt Williams.
Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sandra Hunt and son of

Mrs. Proctor Snow and :Mrs.: L. D. Green and family. Orlando were Sunday visitors play.

Mrs. Aubln Rushlnj of Dublin The Greens also had as Sun- of Mr. and Mrs C. R.

a- will be weekend guests of ay visitors,, Mrs Robert Ste- Scogglns.Mrs. .
Mr and Mrs. L. D. Vlnin?. vens of Santa Maria C.\lif. J.V.. Ritch. :Mrs.: May this be the Merriest Christmas ever

Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Billy Dealing and Daisy Ferryman, and Mrs.

G. Caldwell from Wednesdayto sons of Jacksonville. Tommy Johns will be hi and the most Joyful and Happy New Year!

Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite visited Mr. Blackshear Oa. Friday visiting -

Mrs. W. C. Savage, who are and Mrs. Ralph Collins In Mr. and Mrs. A. M.

moving from Springfield Pelham Ga. over the week Moore.
Mass. to Lake Wales. end. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H. Buckof I Most sincerely, | :

Palatka spent the weekend .
with her parents. Mrs. Slade Gas & Appliances

and Mrs. :Morgan:\ Rlcharde.

For the best deal I I Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mar- J. C. Sawyer, Pres.Ua. .
shall and family of Apalachl-

cola are spending the holidays
in a new Chevrolet 7' 1 with her parents Mr.

and Mrs. Ben Rowland.Mr. .
or OK used car and Mrs. Robert Kelly

and son of Gainesville and

Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Miller -

See and son of Brunswick,

Ga. will be Christmas day

guests of Mr. and) MrsChar-
Ermie JonesAt les Schmitt.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harvey -

of Atlanta. Ga. will be

weekend guests of Mr. :and
Baldwin Chevrolet Mrs. J. W. Ritch.

Lt and Mrs Dan M. Pater

301 North III of Keesler Air Force Base

in BJloxl, Miss will arrive -- ,

Friday to spend the holiday! .

Large Selection New and 0 Used Cars on weekend with. :Mr. and MIC. j : s
Gene Long and Mr. and Mrs. ra
All Times. -'
Our Lot at Pater Jr. in Keystone


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toy"X .1 ;DKG Members I:!.=... home of :Mr! nnrl; lfr.R >;;>:! :Football BanquetIs Slade Employees
I ." I II Bryan for dessert and ga>ncs ,
( Contribute To I I, Gala Event Are EntertainedAt

'Fellowship Fund The Camp BlandIng En-: :Of Last ThursdayThe Buffet Dinner
listed Men's Club was tlv

"A Time for Reflection'! ...''ttlnl{ for the annual: annual: Football Employes of Slade Gas Co.

GLADYS MOOTY .as theme of the meet.':all of Christina dinner party lo.' Awards Banquet sponsoredby I were entertained at a buffet
Alha' Nu chapter of the Community State Bank of the Quarterback Club I dinner party Saturday rightat
Phone 964-06&1 DI'ta.' Kippn Gamma Sor.*"W Stnrke employees board of I was held Thursday night. I the ,home of :Mr. and Mrs.

heM Friday night at the recreation directors.( and guests last I I Dec. 15. in the Enlisted: Charles Sawyer.Arrangements.
hall of the Lake n.it- Saturday: night! The holiday: Men's Club at Camp Bland- of red and

'Miss Gail ReddishIs Icr Methodist! Church. theme was carries out 1111 I ing. Varsity and Junior varsity gold. Christmas decorations
Chri.tmas carols were led! decorations and favors. players varsity and Junior highlighted points of inter-

Honor Guest ir hv M'- lfonC.1nova! and varsity cheerleaders. est in the Sawyer home for
Mrs Edna Mae Holmes. an'' Courthouse officials members Homecoming' Queen Alma the occasion. The buffet
At Reception a contest "Who's Who in Al- of their; office staffs Akridpe. members of the table was covered with a red
t >,hl1'1.." was presented by wives. husbands and! dates I I coaching staff and their net cloth over velvet. The net
Miss Gall Reddish. who I enjoyed a get acquainted
t Maude andIon I
Mrs. Green
wives were guests of the was tied at the corners w'tli:
home on thee months' leave f by Mis! Reba Dill.A dinner pal ty at the Holiday Quarterback Club on this occasion red velvet bows. Centering the
after. serving the past four g rollecH'm was taken for Inn last Saturday nl"V> Approximately ; I I table was an arrangement of

Peiu.years, as was a honored missionary at a re-to From left: Jiiyne lIaTd)', :Mrs. Suml'rs. :\1,... Hnkclt. and. World Fellowship Fund en;oyed this 50 delightful\ emplo.vfci occasion -', The varsity squad table white poinsettias and rl

'ception after Sunday evening ;\Ir.... Sale.Woman's. which helps foreign studen : 'was centered with a styro- Christmas balls flanked by
teachers In schools around I I foam football player in BHS tall black tapers in silver
services In the Pine Level
Club Entertains Members the world. Members also colors with the inscription holders. Guests were seated .
Baptist Church. Elementary,
IIllrep.d to buy needed dishes McCrary-Bradley "Bin Red" kicking a football in the family room at two,
The Hall was I School faculty members .
Fellowship W"l'eI'
And Guests At Holiday TeaThe fr the Student house at labeled "State Champs" over long tables which were centered -
'decorated for the occasion Engagement ToldMr. entertained at a Christmas1
the goal post. by the Nativity scene
with potted palms and the holiday theme was' labra holding burning red I FSU.Mrs.. Muriel Norman showed I' party last Thursday afternoon : -. Each At one table and a miniature
refresh- and ', -'. at the home of Mr. player received a favor -
white linen covered fq James:;
I ; a.n11|
At either end I
carried out in arrangementsfor I tapers. ; slides which had oeen of a wobbly-headed foot- Christmas tree on the other.
ment table was centered wit'nan the Starke Womans Club: ,, table were silver tea: services : made at previous meeting McCrary of Starke announce I Mrs. Reddish Andrews. : ball player inscribed with During the evening; gifts
yellow I I the The tea table was covered
arrangement engagement ani:! approaching -
annual Christmas tea given and silver trays held dainty OVer the including those
I his name and number, and were exchanged and bonuses
and white gladioli and pompoms marriage: of their with a white net cloth. trim-
Wednesday afternoon of last cakes. sandwiches and delicacies. -:i taken at various district and I the number of stars each had! were awarded''
med in gold red flannel.
flanked by yellow tap- week at the club house. ,, international conventions. daughter Marilyn Jean to
ers in crystal holders. Mrs. Robert Randall Bradley. son I The centerpiece was [a red earned during( the season. A The 24 guests Included the
The foyer of the bulldim In the main auditorium : Members attending from gift also to each
and Christmas was ; employees their wives husbands -
Fate Brown and Mrs. Paul of Mr and Mrs. R L. Br..d.ley /green arrangement / -
was decorated with holly find where Christmas music was Starke were Mrs. Hart Mrs. senior boy. and dates.
Faulkner presided at the of Lawtey. flanked by red tapers. t
and in the lounge. played on the stereo wore Adele Mitchell Mrs. Tommie I I
I punch bowl\ and Mrs. Robert greenery The marriage 'will take Mrs. Levon Andrews served I The cheerleaders' places
where the receding' line beautiful arrangements furnished NoUn Mrs. Muriel Norman. I
Nlancy Zacekengagement Myrick served sandwiches. place at the Starke Churchof I egg noRff' to the 25 guests at- were marked with miniature
stood the mantel held along by Colonial Florists. and Miss Della Rosenberg. tending. : red megaphones inscrlbo-l 1

: ToldMr. I Ire Standing were Miss in the Reddish receiving: her$ red silver and white Christ The stage depicted a typical I 28. Christ at 7 p. on mAll Saturday.friends Jan.and I with their names. Allrt\ We Will Be Open
Mrs. modern living with
Guy room a
I D. mas arrangement. relatives! are Invited.Christmas Members of the Sturke\ from the Quarterback Club Wed. Afternoon thru
parents. Mr. and Mrs. R.
and Mrs. Anton Zacek Andrews greeted guests at lighted Christmas tree in one I I Elementary School faculty was also given to each senior
announce the Reddish. and Rev. and Mrs. the door and presented themto corner. The furniture was DuPre. Christmas and Fri. Nites
engagement met cheerleader and a
Parties Monday afternoon for cron
.md approaching marriage of'' Donald Ramsey.Approximately. the receiving line composes through/ the courtesy of Nas- Members brought gifts 'ana I their annual Christmas party marked the place of the Until 9:00: P.M.:

,heir daughter. Nancy Vle-: 125! members :/ of Mrs. Guy Sale Mrs. S 'worthy's Furniture Store. I put them under the Chrlst- HighlightVeek and gift exchange! at thte Queen who also received a Firestone Store
oda. to A2C George Steven and !guests enjoyed this W. Beckett. Mrs. Elzle Sand Presiding at the coffee' mae: tree which were later For home of Mrs. :Muriel Norman. gift

ozbora, son of Mr. and Mrs delightful occasion. ers and Miss Jane Hardy, services during the tea hours taken to the Starke Nurs'n' Many GroupsSeveral Red and white decorationswere The places of Junior varsity -

;teve Rozbora of Hopewell officers of the senior Wornan's 'were four of the past presidents -I Home patients. delightful; Christmas used in the party players were marked
unction N. Y. Garden Club Club. Junior SVom..n'Club. : Mrs. J A. Griffin. Serving as hostesses -
I wen'I parties have been held rooms, and the refreshmenttable with miniature red footba'X:
The wedding will be an and Little Women's Mrs. E. A. Hall. Mrs A. Russell Mrs. C. B. Terwlllegar Jr..
Plans Workshop I I during the past week by :local was covered with n inscribed with their names THE BRADFORD
vent of January 14 at !5 p Club.Mrs. Norman:! and Mrs. J. W *'*rs. O. T. Huggins, Miss institutions and businesses I Christmas cloth. centered, and numbers.
n. In St. Edward's CathjJicJhurch. I The Starke Garden Club H H. Adams Introduced Kincald. Other officers and Florence Jennings. Mrs. T. F honoring their employees.The with a pixie arrangement ina The speaker's table was I COUNTY TELEGRAPH

with a reception fol-! met Monday night at the! the guests! to the new executive board members assisting Howell. )Mrs.\ I. T. Jones. Mrs. staff of the Florida large inverted goblet. centered with a reindeer- Published every Thursday
In the club members Mrs. William Mrs. W. B. Mundy. <
owing parish hall. : M. R.
Judd Mrs. George
home of Mis. A. Russell Nor- Bank at Starke enjoyed a at 138 W. Call St..
Miss Zacek is a graauute: of Haas Mrs. Buford Mitchell; chairman were: Mrs. H. GBellinger. Kopolousos. Mrs. Gene Lon! dinner party last Saturday The Ladles Council of the drawn sleigh with Santa Starke. Fla. 82091

iradford County High man.Programs for the xtra Mrs. Warren Wlnkler, Mrs. Mrs F.V.. Strick-I Mrs. A. O. Lou':Jon.! Mr.; night in the Pecan Room .)f First Christian Church held holding his bag with a pack-1
chool and St. Johns River work plannedand M. A. Baldwin and Mrs. land Mrs. p. T. Harry Mooty. Mrs. RobertOrocn. the Garden Restaurant. its annual Christmas partyat age tied in red ribbon :and: ', Second class pottage pM
meetings were
junior College and has bscn'femployed to the James Bloodworth.The H. L. Speer, Mrs. R. A. GreenSr. Mrs. R. P. McLendor. the home of Mrs Albert labeled "State Champs." Red I at Starke, Flo.
money was sent The 36 guest attending
at the University o! tea table In the sunroom .. Mrs. J. E. Hardy, Mrs. Mrs. L. A. Canova. and Mrs. / Newman Monday night, Dec.
National "Pennies for Pines" Maurice cluded the diiectors and the tapers were used; on either I Subscription Rates
Wingate Mrs. M. L. :
1 Florida.f was covered! with an E. L. Matthews. 12. Refreshments and a social -
and "Dollars for Scholars"programs. bank staff, their husbands side of this arrangement.A In trade
Proctor Jr., Mrs. Clyde Sin area: J3.00
;f I) Airman Uozbora Is *a grad- I imported cutwork cloth with Among the guests were 15 hour were enjoyed by the perye&1'
wives and dates. Holiday '
of Roy C. Ketchain I an arrangement: of red An- clair. Miss 'Delia Rosenberg, members from the Keystone 20 members and guests. delicious 'fried chicken ; $2.00 rtx month.
Each member brought a favors were used:!, and gifts
dinner served to 350 I
.late School and received llllles that V. W. Woman's was E. L. Matthews editor and
I an thurlum were Mrs. J. Spengler. :Mrs. Heights Club. the
plant to be exchanged as were exchanged during
in applied science Christmas gifts. Mrs. Nor- flown in from HawaII. Balancing H. Hart. Mrs. T. H. Slade, evening. Adjustable Vinyl Book members ana guests preceding publisher
from the Academy of! the presentation of Oufadda trade .: $4.00
'Degree ) r*
man served refreshmentsafter the arrangement were' ;Mrs. O. L Beasley. Mrs. Lu-1 CloNNlflml Ad In the TEIJS- After the dinner, those attending Covers. All sizes 3ft cents ta. I
Aeronautics in Flushing. N awards! and trophies. per year. : $2.25 six month*.
'Y. the meeting. two five-branch, silver cande clan Conner and Mrs. J. H.I' GRAPH bringretmlts.. were Invited to the at The Telcsraoh. _
He Is now training as a -

fissile electronics specialist
it Sheppard Air Force Base.' f

'texas.\are All invited friends to the and relatives wedJing MVii r-T ir yt5.j; !

tnd reception. N :

Canasta EntertainedBy ClubIs vA / djA.1 (

Mrs. Turner -

J I :Mrs. Robert V. Turner was

lanasta'}.losteas last to at Club members Friday the at State a night of Farm.buffet the at TWO Savings Plans at First Federal

: point of the holiday
used on this oc-

>. :asion was a driftwood tree
irtth tiny lights, under which

f Kif ts to be exchanged later PLAN NO. 1 PASSBOOK SAVINGS PLAN NO 2 CERTIFICATE
n the evening were arranged( I --- ---
In the living room. Centering:
he buffet table wasa

flanked Members Christmas with by burning branched of arrangement the tapers.candelabra club.- PER ANNUM I- Z

years which ago was are organized: Mrs. Maxl"eight / : PAID QUARTERLY '

Carter Jr.. Mrs. J. E.: Denmark /74L
Mrs. T. O Ritch Mrs. O. J. 4.5 I 5.25'

McOrtff Jr.. Mrs. Jim Brown $2.50
Godwin Mrs. George FlynnJr.

.. and Mrs. Turner. Mrs. H. \ IN-
H. Schweem of the State I O SAVINGS IN BY TilE 20TH $3,000.00

Farm party. was a guest at the EARN FROM TilE FIRST

Bridal Shower
For Seimer


Miss Peggy' Seimer, whose
marriage to Leon Harris will .; -
OR CALL US 964-0500 ;
be> an event of Jan. 14. was ---

honored at a bridal shower .
Saturday night. Dec. 10. at
the home of Mrs. H. A. taw- 1.
son. Hostesses with 1\r7. I UP TO 1jthui1i1li
Lawson were Mrs. L. A. Ca- BOTH PLANS ARE INSURED $15,000.00PER INSURABLE

nova. Mrs. C. L. Cooper, Mrs. csco'
Ruth Reynolds! Mrs. Robert I i
Myrick. and Mrs. Ewell, Liwson. -
L1; I
A green and gold color
scheme was carried out in
the party decorations. The
refreshment table was covered -
with a handmade crocheted -

ecru cloth over go'.d: 218. N. Temple Avenue

satin arangement and centered of in a yellow gold with chrysanthemums bowl.an- i; ;. Savings and Loan Association of Starke StarkeFlorida

The hostesses presented
the honoree with a covered
dish of her chosen china.
pattern as memento of the

Among the 30 guests were
Mrs. Marie\ Seimer, mother Effective The End Of December The Directors Of The First Federal Have Just Approved The Fourth Quarter
of the honoree, and Mrs.

mother CUrtis of Harris the bridegroomelect. of Raiford- Dividends For Passbook Savers (you do not need to bring in your passbook, however).

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Bed FellowCute

Black or White'' MERRY HAPPY :

French Poodle with _

Radio -- For the

Queen.Firestone Only $1 1.93 TraM'j CHRISTMAS NEW YEARt""b -;


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PAGE FOUR 'UbF'OR ('IOt11'fTT' TJlIV.f11tAPIJ.: "AItKJl''. n.oftm" __ __ TfURCDAY DEC. 22:! 1966t

I then Ires must be closed. However the hope of the world In the I Services Set School Board May bid of $8.119! made by II.v-, surplus heats at the school mitten, ., ir any. t'pun,, KuuonoNliinv. I",
laa:: $: clout Siiri'cl." Ailoinoy -
I before this time therewns birth of Christ the Ltgnt of I grma House: Movers; for moving bus: barn fur rolIll'.niT. StwrkcKliirlilu ,
I a great deal of contention the world For, Mrs. Pekio Accept BidsICont.lnucd I the old Hellbronn buiicl-, Authorized: payment ot mill l by flllnif/ the ,inlltllinl ," -
lltureuf will the ('Irrk"
regarding the blrthdate In his Christmas radio In Keystone lug a distance of 1,400 ice;.; $844 to architect Morgan fur or used. 1 Court on or! before' J.in.
I of Christ. Various authorities I message, Dr. Hoffman tells ( from Page One] and relocating it. I services.In bury II, I tt71; olhiTWlHo. a I'"

claimed It was January his listeners "From that lit- Mrs. Hattie Sallavh Pekle. ed prices on ten alternate, Approved a change: in tnc ,, you tree /grunting inuy lie mild entered adoption.1 iui.lrist

6th. March 25th. and December tle manger in Bethlehem the 81, of Keystone Heights including one on foldincwalls <;\ building plans for the new Tae. Iri'iill. Ciinrl of 'I'hr'' .Witni'Nw sold'my"four'hum! and. ,, Sul rk."ill"Hfiil ,.

t 25th light of the knowledge of the widow of the late Rudilpn. carpeting and on a physical education building:.) I l.lulilh.. lMll.-liil ( Irrn1111 llnnlfoicl ur, County. 'Kli.rld.i nt ", this
Today (It really wouldn'tmatter glory of God has gone out Carl Pekle. died Wednesday graze type or painting.In at BUS at a cost of 1035. I I' ....101.. In \nl. .1'i.r llrudfuril' iilli, day.. of l-ic'iiiinliiT., ", luilli.chiirlcM .
what day we clebruteChiistmas. I..Mini.. In 4 liniii'try.Cnwi' .\. ImrUy, ,
to earth's farthest readies.It : Approved the application:
; morning In a Starke hospital other action the board: .. Nil, "Clerk, of the "ciri'iilt limn'
As the noted:! is all there in the race after a brief Illness.' Received a total of ten bids for a Title 3 federal( program ,In,, It.< lly Uculiili. :M. .Mm idy Ui-pnu" "
t' theologian Dr. Oswald Hoffman .I'-I I It l"u i.r H"he"l111'1" -"
1 of Jesus Chist. From '.'iat She WAS born In Chicago on furnishing lunchroom food grant on a six-week Intenslv Clerk '."
ty Spline 1241 IS:: '
has pointed out to the day to tills, no one in this 111. on Feb. 1. 1885. and had.::\ for the next three months I school session next summer, :NOT.; -r:
30 million listeners of his wide world of ours which will cost about $50.000. ) '1'"* .liim-H: KUwnrrl: Mlmhid *
need:! in lived in Keystone HeUhts and turned them over toy I ,\ .lrt-M ,nd i ItcHltlL'iKM. Un
Lutheran Hour radio talks the dark about Ood-not if for the past 14 yearo jom- Casey for tabulations and mostly In salaries. The se-- Knownv.ii,, Basketball Shoes
"We do not argue aboutwhether he has any way at all of ins there from Chicago. She recommendations.: fiion would Involve about 33'; iii-u, ,IK.II.II.V.. ; not tlfl.1 Hi itI .
He Ili I .t,I.OVl.-tl I hind .pel''Itl.'l I,,!" I Pro Converse) TypeAt
4 was actually knowing about: Jesus Christ." was a member of Mount Calvary Awarded a contract at tine: teachers! and several other '1 ':.01" ,pi, \\ 'irii'ii Null", hole (By
'4t 1 1e born on that day for we The exact day and year Lutheran Church of New Hampton school site for school personnel It wouM! I r,1, 1 .1 I, I I I'.tl, ,, 'Ill, I iI llf II,l"""..'.-1 YourFirestone
\ celebrate the fact that Jesus Bl\" 1. I "'""I I I'd| III .11 I l|
of Jesus' birth have never Chicago. fencing to Industrial Fence Include students in /grades I i.l t Hi., nrlr, )Illll,] So I.lli..I, I ,
WAS born and now Is lord through 12. ",, ,, .mil.,, "ngolId' Store
been satisfactorily settled. Surviving are one daughter Co. of Jacksonville at a price four I hi 11 '> ii "MX 5 .11
.. ,.
,, .
and Christ. In Oi u i u- \.In tin -4i1111
But when the fathers of the Mrs. Elma C. Kaufmann I of $853. Accepted a bid of $250' .91.1' ,III.I, I I. ,II.Illl.d, "ll.1 > "I'\ '-
Blrthdates were unimportant Christian Church, in 440 A.- of Keystone Heights::: four Took under advisement a from L. A. Baker for various I I U4' : i< 'ii\ MI' will' 9':1': n D. I

2,000 years ago. We do D. decided upon >a date t",. grandchildren and two AIL,
t:, t not know the blrthdate of celebrate they reluctantlychose greatBra ndchildrcn.

i- any of the famous people of the day of the winter Funeral services! will be

that period. No mention is solstice which, was firmly held at 11 a. m. Friday: In Calvary Baptist Church DEMOLISHINGLawtey

wet. made In the New Testament fixed in the minds of the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel at

of the observance of Chrlt's people as the most important Keystone Helchts with Rev.

birthday by the early chm-ch; festival up to then. 1 Robert Besalskl and Vicar
''"..V.V4. in fact the Christians were This then is the Christmas 1 I!. Richard Meyer officiating.! Extends to you warm Chris- Junior High School

s.; exhorted to remember His rites have been tentatively
"J story. Dr. Hoffman tells us Final
\ tion this Hol-
> i." i'L! !, death even more than His set for 11 a. m. Tues- greetings on
< And what It is'
story "The
iAw* ;1'j#fc* .*. ****.> *** v -* '- j- .:...:. _, .. sa; a day. Dec. 27 in the chapel of 100,000 Red Antique Brick; 300 Auditorium
Son of
God made man-a
The History of ChristmasDid birth.Why, then did December man like any other man. Pfaff Funeral Home Chic- iest of days, the Birthday of Scats $1 each ; Windows $1 Pair; Doors $2 up;

25 come to be celebrated as hemmed in by life, not the ago. Interment will be In St.

I Christ's birthday? Because master of His own soul Lucas Cemetery Chicago., : our Lord and Saviour Jesus Sheathing and Flooring $;))0 per M; 2x4 -
you know that Clvist-i birthday until 400 years afterhe many of the earth's Inhabi If there Is any difference between -
', died. that time In' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral 2 :\ (6 i 2x8 2x12 $60 :M Flourescent
mas was not widely celebrated At tant's were once sunworshlpers Jesus Christ and us Christ and we urge you to ;

I until Ions after I Rome. an imperial edict included since the course of their who are men like Him it Is Home of Keystone Heights is
Steel Fire Other
Christ's death? It's; a fact! Christmas [with Easter lives depended on the sun's' this: He took it all obediently In charge of local arrange worship Him in truth rind inspirit Lights; Escapers; I'ipe;

There Is no record of anyone And Epiphany] amons I yearly round in the heavens. willingly] gladly) For us ments. Items: :;
celebrating Christ's the three feasts on which held to mark its
I I Feasts were He lived the life of a servant, the
I throughout
i, Corning -
return from distant wander-
for us He died the death of

Ings. a slave, ecause He did it all Salesman on Site

In the south of Europe In for us. the Father has given: We Will Be OpenWed. year.

Egypt and Persia the sun Him a name that Is above
gods were revered with elaborate ] every name. Afternoon thru
the Christmas. and Fri. Nites The Pastor and Members of
ceremonies at spa- And as everyone pausesand !
eon of the solstice. In north- reflects upon Christmas Until 9:00: .M.
ern lands too. the middleof ,
O for new meaning for today. Firestone Store
December was a critical! the story is told again "notas

time for the days became a beautiful legend from I

MATIC shorter and shorter the tam the distant past, but as tine ......

weaker and weaker. So these good news of what reilly'

CONSOLE;.; ; MODEL; SEWING MACHINE;.; ancient people held feastsat : happened when Jesus was

Must place in your area A-l shape. Zijr Zags/ the same period that born. For the whole word Is 4r RAMwIaa.

buttonholes fancy de!' lms. etc. Sold new for Christmas is now observed changed because Jesus was s e e
They built great bonfires to ....
$300. MUST SACRIFICE. Just bal- born!"
over pay
ance $62. or assume $S. monthly payments.Will give strength the and winter to bring sun backto god : '; {rj r-

take older machine in trade. Call Credit "
life again. Thus the central THE RIGHT POINT for the lo "J/
Manager COLLECT Jacksonville 353-1943;): idea of the winter sol- way you write. Come In

Anytime. Will deliver No obligation Itchff stice-the return of light elwt yon' favorlta E : j 41' .+G-IVWyM./1I.I

made It a natural" for a new BROOK jonntaln pen anlt//

Clwistlan feasta celebrating GRAPH.

Insurance Problems? HASTINGS MATTRESS :NO' 181 FIVK. : A('RK; TAKM 1 U TUB: KliJHT POINT for the I BE SURE TO SEE:!!: WORLD

& UPHOLSTERY WORKS Beautifully lands:('aped lawn.I Nay ynii write. {'om., In and, I BOOK before buying ny

Call the !Man From 71* Lemon St. Palatka 2 houses! outbuildings\ fruit select J >tir favorite FSTF.R-, other encycJopedla. M. A

"KEYSTONE"George Furniture Repaired and nut tl'Cc'S. On paved RKOOK fountain pen. TELE- Payne your ]local representative -
Special Offer E. LaRuo Upholstered & Refinished 700.highway. Your, for only $7.- (;iIt\rll.I I since 1a56 Box 2f.

i MATTIW5SSES; REBUILTNew ; Phone 934-87M.! tfch.
Height' :NO.' IM! ) CORNER: : LOT.>> E'lI'It'R\SCF.' i
Keystone: I I
Consultant For AU Your Innersprings 200' x 210' Frame 3 bedroom, AT RF.Ut.CF.U RATES

Insurance NeedsRcpreentlnr and Box SpringsDrop house In excellent shape AUTO: FIRE BOAT I Myers Power Tool
i;;, A Card or CaU Well shaded lawn. Bam A- DOVl.E' E. CORNER;

PALATKA EA 5-9168 joining acreage: available. INSURANCE AGENCY Area Headquarters Fo
Transistor Great American Inn. Co. MRS. I'EGGY SMALLER Just $13500 and !uoo! terms nehg Lawnm?were Power Tnela

The Travelers Ins. Co. 209 K, Adklns St. I STROI'T; KKXI.TV: i iIl'on MeCullooh Chain Aaw

., Tel. 473-4692 Day Starke, Agent 3117 :.N. Temple.. Axe. SALK or lease Large 1 Ptanp""* Water. Systen.aRrlggs
(I'.S.. : (>!
473-4325 Nltes I 501)) .". hudruoni frame house corner A- Stratton
Auto }Ire Horns Biulnes!! ''Phone 9li9-.SI9l Sl.iiUe. lot Fenced back yard new 1 :. Engines

Mcnthly Payiynt, PlanO I NEW FURNISHED 1 "roof. 746 S. Westmoreland; St. Rental Sain* Sen/toe/

Radio WANTED: MAnnrKD: COUPLES or phone 00 1,6"'H' 1. tfchg I 3.30 N.E. 16th Ave.
for cottage; parent work Gaine.vlll. 378-3411

E STOP1IASONRY APARTMENTSNext : 8 hr. day 5 day week 2 weeks I tfctlC'.
U i I
S111CtA1S I SERVICE paid vacation; state retire- r-OR SALE- Refrigerator!( and

II I Ist Ii ment: social security Mini- Deep Freeze $100..00. Au- I I '
to BUS. Avuiliiblc "IT'S NF.VBR TOO LAT1-3 TO
a Ready Mix, all ,,17| Concrete mum education 10th grade: Somatic washing' machine. 2 I "
1 i Rlix'k. ; all type Sand; minimum ago 21. Please apply (coffee tables :2 I lounge ohairs. LKARX.]: Register:! now. Adult
Dec. 1 Il 1t. Elec. Heat and :
I Education classes Elementary
Pri'rat IJnteU. Kverj-thlnf 1'In person only. Personnel All In Rood condition, reasonable -
kM1 and Secondary. Phone 994-27OT.
nermoary ronntructloa.We for concrete masonry Air Cond. | Dept., Sunlan.-l Training! Center I priced. Call 864-2781. day; 964-3071 evenings tf
OalnesUUe.: FlaI tfchg

all material will mMt any within fritr Bradford on- 'all I 4U-hir--, 12-29 I I FOTiS: FOR SAL].;- Turin fresh.
\ \\\3\ FOR SALE Large Brick
,y County AND STILL : B. C. Holtxendorf, l'a miles
..'. MAINTAIN"' qUALITY. MR. :MASON: 1 FOR S\I.-I"H': 1 For.l Fdir- home 323 N. Walnut St. sub- on Edwards Road. tfchg
lane 4 dr. srdan Exeellonlrendition. / icfl to (lease Reasonably) 1
BRADFORD care of Ernest; Tew One owner Trailer \priced Call Gainesville! 373IHitili -

KNGINEERING CO. Inr. I hitch incl.l Phone 0(54-0232( Itp ; I I Linotype Operator WantMI -
Realty, ;) Full time or Ideal for part
Ph. 96. 252 1 Starke 4tll')1
KI ; ADO! MACIIING:4U 1 : time Retired J .
: KCTIMC I OprrR tor Bradford
Gainesville: Ph. :a7fj.J1i1{ ( <; I I
U'T\\o good! buys: New, Smu'iiCnron :,- County Telegraph

Sinclair41N YOUR BEST BARGAIN. 2906 N. W. I.'JIh: St. t Flaurematlc I can1Miirhlly
: cracked( Inhll'ln.111
Join now. Elementary and I $87.55 Has subslniction MARY QARTERPAINTS
Phone D&4-2701 31.re"
Secondary Smith-Coronn; BPO( I Repo' We han several. Jobs for
days 984-3071 evenings tf. Within mile. of I
; one County sesfed. almost' newt I withul; ,- male or female.
Ops Hospital suitable for country traction 12R7. Bi.ulfoi';
FOR SALE One deluxe homes or subdividing Price I County Telegraph, \ .ilNFLL'S .1I 1 :
$398 FVinldalre electric range. Call 225.00 p .
964-3501 [Day] or S33-217S. clause. A. J. Thomas Realtor : BEAUTY R tOI'! 3 3.N' Temple

just after 5 p. m. tfchg Tel. 961-5701. .I Hlnhwiy 21, :Mi'lio.sp.,. Tw operators \ Complete Line

to serve you Tit ofPAINTS I .
For less than 14500.00 thru Sat. Closed Mond-i\ I \\ A.STKD: ; -t lean Cotton Rag*.

much less I can put you in No Kakhl Shirts Or Pants,
AUCTIONEvery Phone 475-5285:::: for a'lpolnt- ANDSUPPLIES
at our Sinclair the nicest masonry house with :?MUM. Ito Clean Cotton: Ka.g: .
7 ment 4trhu 1 I-'
Friday, p.m. ,i central heat and everything. I TELEGRAPH.

Bring your furniture or "Many, extras. Just say the FOR RENT- Large fiirnt-'i.-r' |

Service Station f anything of value We I word and 111 show you the I apartment. LlvtnT room,, bed- For All PurposesZIPPERS WANTED-Lot close In. downtown

(J1 will sell it for you. I beet value in Starke. Terms room. breakfast room ;u'.' preferred with minimumof

FENNELL'SIIARGAIN i with payments less than rent.A. kitchen. Mrs n 1. Sllcox( 331! 125 (t, frontage: Contact
J. Thomas Realtor. Tel. Clark St Phone OGD-2281 Buford Mitchell. Phone 969-

Here's a 6-Transistor Portable Radio : CENTER ,I' 9645701.Season's, I II t') 3281, P. O. Box 238. Starke
Come. to the Revolving Lighton I | & 10 In. lOc I

at a very special price J? 'I_ nw* *** ,.....o I I. S. 301 Snail FOR SAtE Custom m'i 'If I. tfchz;
JT drapes, I IIII'\\I off white ;;io"\ 17 In. .. 15c
You'll, like its unique design:: HigrTquaVitv.tone tvr.ellenJ tfchX 1. 91" and 141"x 91" :Mrs Howard [ I FOR RENT:2! bedroom unfurnished -

Tucker. 473-4J7I.I KHemhts "-\ | In. . 25cI hou&e. 308 S, Water.Ph. ;.
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and 964-7431 Up;
FOR RENT One bedroom stony 2tehg f-2

Complete with battery;carrying case;earphone, just 398. : trailers: Westmoreland and a one beda"OQmtralle1' Trailer MA:\rA PRIEST KINDERGARTEN : I, Well Folks. If you can't findIt

has several openin .1 New 13' Stumpnocker II flat
At this bargain price you'll want several. come out to the
Park Ph. 969-3291 or 069- for kindergarten! and day c-u'e. bottom fiberglass $249. Ne11' Old Trad-

Only at Sinclair while supply lasts 3101. ttclv : Phone 964-8941 3tch--l-5i I Stumpnocker\ $319. New Ing Post. We have Just! about
4 .. : anything you are ]looking forStoves
14' Ormond round chime: $2J.;
lor 2 English Bull
''American : honored at t Sinclair' Station7 WANTED: Like new Thunderbird Cheyenne heaters, electrical appliances -
Express cfiatnafr yuppies Call 964-2573 after FOR RETT-One and 2 be1- furniture toys record
: 18' 3", 3-18 gal. tanka73
5:30.: Up: room apartments furnished o: I player, radios
Discover wagon -
America best by car.' GreetingTo :'- HP Evinrudes elec. shift
unfurnished. W
Reasonable. wheels farm
I I; approx. 30 hrs! time elec. lifts. tools fence
SECRETARY-TYPIST must' H Nollman 510 N Cherry SV posts split rails. We will not
Drive with and Sinclair. Heavy: duty::! Murray tri. with
care. buy be free to travel each six to _tfc.- : rower winch $3600. Thunder- be undersold Remember we
eight weeks. Exprtence with buy. sell and trade. Leonard
SIncIurFaulkner's Everybody bird Cheynne. 1813" 3-18 gal.
\ WILL baby sit by day or
IBM Electric Machines, rilln: Griff. 21-2 miles north on
:, tanks top side curtains new
hour. Mrs. Jackie Hicks 064-
Shorthand. to catch 01 301
\ vW. type preff. Salary easy $290 weeklgplus : I 6821. 824 N Church St Up I :Merc. 950-95HP $2795. Nsw I trchi
MARY CARTER Thunderbird Sioux 17' like NEW BRICK HOME Just out-
paid) travel expenses.
WANTED Waitresses apply! rew 75 HP E\inrude selectrlc side city. Small down
Submit photo and recent reference pay
PAINTSFOR In person. Lee's Restaurant I shift with electric power I1t' ment easy monthly] terms. Callor
!* to Mrs. Sandy Miller
lit,-i' Drive In tfo.iT J219S. New West wind Trai- write
P. 0, Box 1150, Starke. Fla. Mitchell.
Sinclair Service i dyne try hull with New Mere Phone
969-3281 P. O. Box 238
32091. It? WILL TRADE EQUITY in 'J
I 900-90 HP $1795.i CTtv
bedroom. 1 bath concrete
i Jimmy 1\lo>ore'. !Sun Sports
I SALE-Furnished fr1mo block home in N'E. section of
>Lt TYPES of lawn mower cottages ideal lake homes I Gainesville for equity in house :', Starke Fla. Pit 964-57'Jl 1 Weimeraner-

709 South Walnut Street 301 South and saw, machine 'charpened. Call Strickland's: Landing 1 or lot In Starke. Call Mr\ Me- f 1 to Pointer 1959 Ford puppies $13 each.

-Calvin Johna' 332 N. Water Kinpsley Lake 533-2551 or I Milllan.) at 964-3900. I fI FOR SALE 1966 Honda 63.U Pickup $150. Large
I circulating
1'\ 1'1. FAULKNER. OWNER-OPEHATOR J Pit G4 1 1441 1 1 P.hiY.. 333-2321 Stchv I2-1'.1 I -itxli! I I'J: 2'> '. wruibl OB4-0202. It:? I Carl Brown heater Ph. 964-2571$35. Contact 1 Up

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cfRHADO Joyner gained over 1.000 Mrs. Emma Hill I four : was estimated at 92,000 and Birch of Michigan.
r2- yards total offense for Bi'". I InjuredIn $300 to the Bulck. I Funeral services
were bold
Red this He was the Thursday
back-bone of the crus.iln-j: SPORTS : i Two Car Mrs. McCulley wo charged at 1 p. m. Sunday. Dec. 18 at
Services Held with failure to have vehicle
ground game which brought I under Mount Mortals Church with
T tuntiol.:
the 1966 state crown to the Mix Emm.i Pearce JIm 75 Wreck On 100 Rev. H. P Hudson: ofUtUtiu

A Tornadoes. widow ol the late Louis Har- I luiurcdnone Services Held Biuiol was in the OdUfelli,. ,
I Foiu+ IJCI' Ullot're
It was Randy who .shot :dee Hill of Lawu>y died Tut's-I l'lltlcally-ln a two- Cemetery under direction or .
LS LE over left tackle for 6 yards vile Largo Seminole and Tornadoes day afternoon in a I car collision: on Highway 100 ;For Dan Thomas J Chestnut-Halle! Funeral Home
and:! a TD that gave Big Red:! Tornadoes 'Win dpnford. Seminole nurslnhome/ after! an extended I South at 4:30: pm. Wednls-
illness I, Dan O. Thomas 80 well !j
the tie at Live Oak. It was If Starke gets past their 9 A Classified Ad In the TKI.K-
UndefeatedWith Mrs Hill day.The j i known. long-time resident of:
was born in I.aw- I
Randy who picked up 8n :>ui game tonight I IThurscliyl I accident occurred j I tey on May 16, 1891, the : the colored community died at
yards againjt stingy First GameIn they will play in the Championship -
Buick driven
3.0Bradford daughter of the late George when a his home in Reno on Sunday.Dec. I
City Tigers: over 100 yards game Friday at 9
By Jim Tempile against undefeated Auburn- T- and Josephine Peorce. She by HUhVllson/ Biggs or 11 after a long Illness. I I I
Lawtey. was making a rUhl. He a. native of Madison. STALLING'SCORNER
was a retired school teacher was
dale: and S3) punishing yards I
Tourney High School'.* having taught in Bradford turn from 100 onto Johns: and a member of Mount Mor- j
Plantation In the
Randy Joyner was left off BHS Places 6 Tornadoes won easily from; County Schools for more Road and was struck from lah AME Church. I
finals of the state playoff
the Gainesville Sun All-Area I St. Augustine. 67-40. last than 20 years and was a behind:! by a 1967 Chevroletdriven Survivors Include two sons! j
1st Team That Is enough to Staike's high-scoring Wayne Mrs. Llnnie Fisg! !
On All Area Friday night in the Ancien'City by I
What could member of Grace Methodist Leroy of Starke. and Luther Oasis Lounge
more a rUlgE'dfullback
take the joy out of the other: : McLeod\ pumped in 24 pointsto to their undefeated McCulley of Starke. l I I
run Church} in B. of Palatka !
do? He made the Lawtey. : : four dauffhters -
fact that Starke dominatedthe lead the unbeaten Tornadoes record to 3-0 as Wayne Mc The Buick traveled: J26 teet I I I
Region I Class "A" 1st teamon First Team She Is survived by onrbrother I Ruth Mae Mitchell, and ] YOUR CLOSEST SPOT
selections Any Alltal'Team :! to a 63-49 victory ove' ,
offense. He was chosen BJ+ Leod, red-hot, with a 77 percent Arthur C. Pearc after Impact, and the Chevrolet Sallie Williams, both of,
whether Region, Area. Wauchula Hardee Wednesday shooting in 13 skidded on Its I si I:!!o and
the 1st team fullback! on the : average of Law ley !I I Starke: Alene :Fields.'' West!| FORLIQUOR
Conference. State what- night in the Highland Clist Starke's Tornadoes. State
or !'
Florida Star Conference honor : attempts from the floor poured Funeral .service. wt-r held top for a distance of 277 fee' Palm Beach, and Eva Mae
ever that leaves Randy off is He should make at Dundedln. Class! "A" Champions in In 23 points to grab the at 11 a. m. Thursday In coming to rest bottom side up.1 WINES
all wet tt jfjf All-State squadl: in the "A" division. McLeod who is avera!?,:in? 196S and 1966. grabbed thelion's game's Individual scoring! Grace Methodist Church with ''Its doors were jammed and .ratf .- HOMETOWNCLAIM]
17 plus points per game this share of places on the honors. Rev. Ernest L. Bailey, pastor.officiating. "Mrs." McCulley and her passenger S& BEER0wn
Rambling Randy or Ram- .(Rr. also hauled down 11 teLounds Gainesville Sun's 1966 All- outclassed Mrs. Agnes Lawrence SERVICE !I IIYYAArIt
Rod, whichever you prefer.Basketball .. There's no point in /saying". and played an outstanding Area Team announced last Starke!' the completely stinc-less Yellow- the family! Interment mausoleum was in In 81. of Keystone Heights .iud J r'I, | 9 ,1, :M. 1? I>. M. ,
it doesn't matter, because It floor game, acrn'''ding Sunday. In taking 6 of the : to be pulled from the wreck- FRI. AND: !SAT.' i
Jackets by popping 38 pointsthrough Kinirsley Lake Cemetery witn )
does. None the less, Randy nun MM mmm,
the honored first
to 22
coach Warney Adkin- spots on windows.
through the I D A. M. 2 :M.SPKC1AL.
the nets in the first DeWItt C. Jones Funeral age wromiitiWKM.I A. .
will be long remembered at: tor: Greg Reddish scored 11points team the Tornadoes dominated Mrs. Lawrence was admited;; : CWMIW. i I 4
ShoesPro half. The score at intermission Home In charge: of arrange IHSCOl'NTS' OVMoit
the best
of manning ,
one hitting mostly on long the squad. to Bradford County Hospital[ I'I i
(By Converse) Type fullback ever to playa.* jump shots from the ouL.ide. The selections were as Paul was McLeod 3817. had the oes ments. gut her Injuries are not i ot>- I :Merrill II. \ViIlliams ::1 3 Fifth. or Quarto ,

At YourFirestone BHS. while Bob White got 10 points lows: 01-\\ shooting! percentage in the Iieved to be serious. Mrs. McCulley. 117 N. Walnut St. 8 :.Ml. !South' On sot

L.:!ore ejected with 5 personal 1st Team Offense: Larry game as he hit 5 of 5 attempts -'> TilE RIGHT POINT for the, and Mr. and Mrs.I Phone !961-5391) \
Store A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH fouls midway i n the 4<..hpcod. Brown Roger Chilson. Andy from the floor and I| the way you write. Come In Biggs, occupants of the otner t.I t.
brings results. I l : Mayton and Wayne McLeod1st 7 out of 8 charity tosses, for! and select your favorite ES- car had minor cuts and _
Larry Brown, who :also: Team Defense: Joey 17 points In the winning TERBROOK fountain pen. bruises. I
fouled 4ih stanza out of, the game in the Reese and Jim Godwin. effort. 1 TELEGRAPH Damage to the Chevrolet I A Case Record From AChiropractor's
was the leadingi
Team Defense: Randy
JUICY,7fFNDER I i rsliounder!: with 12 to his Joyner and Billy Belote. Bob White continued t<>,,
NITE show good rebound strength File
i credit and picked 8 points /
Honorable Mention Eddie
I :
CT c r 4 field goals. Bruce Jack- etanciL und scoring ability as he hit I 4-I11
H W Tuesdays II I[ SOT with 6, and Paul McLe.>d ; for 4 field goals and 3 free y Case No. 1237
f Thursdays v 1th the same number, "- Recreation throws for 11 points. total.in \ i A. lady oj 11 I years old working: as a practical nurse
.- lete:*' the scoring for Big .Im-I Greg: pumped .
ONLY short developed a severe low hack pain while lifting a bed
fc'.ree 30-footers a
i saw Dale action Crosby in and the Sllcox Cage LeaguesTo Jump-shot and (got one free 0 patient. She was unable to stand erect and could

The Tornadoes held game., a slim Be FormedThe throw for 9 points. Larry 1 not be comfortable in any position. Under chiro

Complete Steak Dinner 25-24 lead at intermission. Brown who should be a rebound -1I I whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, ht'lIeIn2'. practic care the condition was relieved the first ,
Lut the steady play of Mc- basketball program of: demon! bY mld-vear call and completely corrected after the 4th call.
t Delicious 12 oz. T-Bone Leod and company widenedthe the Parks and Recreation De- (rot 3 points while Dale Cros- ye shall receive. Matt. 21:22: This patient lost no time from work.

Itt.\ Steak. Tossed Salad. gap during the second pa;tment will get underway:! bv and R William got 2 You : A survey of hack injury cases of Industrial Commission
69 naif t-e; first of the year with organizational each to complete the scoring: Wishing happiness! I
French Fries Hot Rolls, 1 meeting; for all Howard Davis Chuck records reveals:' that patients under chiropractic -
1 Butter Dunedin defeated Sanford i care lose! much less time from work than
Coffee or Tea. 70-48 In the second game leagues. I Reedy and David Reese led Not Only At Christmastime. But (
Wednesday night, and will Leagues will be formed In I II the Yellow Jacket. with 11, 9 I by any other method. This benefits both employe ,
Same---with 16 oz. T-Bone 1.99 meet the Tornadoes in the I the following classifications:!: I II And 6 points Every Day Of The New Year I and employer.
emi-flnals at 9 tonight: I 1-Men's City League: all I I
p.m. t A Classified Ad In the TELEGRAPH I' Published us! a public service by the
[Thursday] men past high school age RUSSELL '
J AC K'S Restaurant The Christmas tourney Is 2 Women's League: all brings results. I Northeast Florida Chiropractic Assn. .

.301 South-Starke ; being sponsored by host Dun- ages 16, 17, and 18. r
edin. the 1966 Class "A' 3-Senior oys League: boys

Open 24 Hours Daily State Basketball Champion. boys. ages 10 11 and 13. i TC tctctret..eTOtipcectCB0Ct' 1 II.ICtC ( ec 1E ICfCCC. +I tCIC lCCtC
I A total of eight teams are 4 Junior Boys League: -
WAITRESSES WANTED entered In the competition. boys ages 13, 14. and 13. ri | 1

I Other teams Include St. 5 Bantam Boys League: i TyT crrir *j 4
Petersburg Northeast, Brooks- I boyss ages 10, 11 and 12. .Icr1." :
I, 6-Small Fry League: boysages. 1/ r
I 7, 8. and 9. /\ V' v ; 'CHI RG IT X

7 Pig-tail League: girls .'iI"". '"""to,..,l .
J "
10 through 14. e ,"'ON.IAat.n'[ :5"- OFrt,4K", ''ji;
ages 1ic .I.lULa, __... .,." '" ,
Room Outfits Scheduled meetings for each e c' I,.,.,.",.,WIAIO...)tAMj'i( ;?

: Living league follows Tuesday:have Jan.been 3-Women's set up as ;l f Ioo, ,. A

League 7 p.m.Wednesday. .

ONE LOW PRICE r League 7 p.m.Thul'sday r
Jan. 5 Sc.ilor

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I'ACE SIX 11\1)10'0111I: ( : > COUNTY: TI'U'UIC\J'II.' : !STARKK. rtonn TIIfRSD,1Y,- nl:c. 21.: 196'
TIlE RIGHT POINT for the Marley LeavingFor press their appreciation of I I
1 I the many friends In the "
elect your favorite ESTKR-': New ChurchIn Staike, community am bid I I II
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BROOK fountain pen. TKLE- Staike Seventh Day A1','IIt.- ,I
way you write. Come In and Tennessee them farewell with. Gods: oplctll Pant/llc
blessings. I
GRAPH. r. L :Mniltv\ pastor ol the
Mr Marley will delhvi ,iK
1st Church Is concluding ten
.. farewell nt 11 a m p'
year, of pastoral se-\Ices message!{
Bed FellowCute I here. and 1' movinz! to Pnvnnn :: Saturday. Dec 24. and! ill GAINESVIl.LEOUI'
I members and friends
are invited -
:ill Term to bo> 'me>
Black or While : to attend. He and :Mis:
French Poodle with Trans. pastor\ of a church there\ Marie}' will leave Staike on
New rtlleJ
Radio -. For the Teenage I' }lc and Mrs. Marley ex- Dec 27.EJje'. &iagerHSAYS.
Edwin Crosby of St
Only $11.95 at
Augustine will assume \untoia ',-
,Firestone Store 1.\ Classified Ad in the TELEGR.tPH -
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IT'S ILLEGALFor I Jaycee Christmas PartyThree

hundred ministers attended' '' the. uniMiiil !st.irke Ji. >.- I t
eee ('Ill-Mums. party held Saturday: ; morning.. \ In t the new Chit : POW !
efeiiMC building! lit the Fairgrounds.. Each iliild reielvrd u
toy. refreshments. were otll'r\'d. und Santa, reigned. t.uprrme| anusual.
Any Person or Persons to Engage in : .


Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless I TO HIGH

f The Name Is Registered

liiisy as Eggnog Pic

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**It/ shall be unlawful for any person or persons, M defined herein, toengage

: in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein de '4 r ))1 ,
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fined. without and unless: siiid fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the a _:stq '

.Jerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business r 4.
Is. vitfr registration' shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an mffiaavrt I + r

signed by all interested .persons, stating under oath the names Of

..n thcne interested in the business! enterprise the extent of the in- I
#.....*. twost of each and the fictitious name under which said business Is carried !/ tk

on. Said registration/; !' may not be made until the person or persons desiring X

to engage: in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or

their 'Intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four ; ... .t.tF
(4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county a 1 w.. ,+er4"VV

where said registration is to be made, and paid registration shall not be! + ..ea 1 1et

wepted by the clerk of the circuit court except\ upon receiving proof .t 1YouVOLUME Gel The Savings !
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such publication. f hr !

If you are engaged! in business under any name r fM, r t '

IcctaWe Pie. fluffy as an nngel wing w a knockout 1 1967 LeMans
I D(' Eggnog Sprint
other than and have not had this dish for the loliday, buffet/ The pie.. hag> that wonderful blue-
your own, name rihhnn npPE'lIrance-und can be made in two shakes of a I
I reindeer's tail HI'liahlpmf1.lvored gelatin combines with pro
., for holiday flair, like other dishes made with
properly advertised and registered we will be I pared unflivoriil eggnog. gelatine, it's sure to bi. the kind of light, cool dewortpi I
'rliTl for a 'lu,,iirlv dinner The tilling goes into a l'hocol,111' nuttrust
wreath of slivered nuU.chuculatu I
: uiniHli: with a whipped cream

1' glad to give you all necessary Information as to.Shat I lurK and maraschino Eggnog; Chiffon cherries.Pie ,I II

\ 2 envelope' unflavored gelatin I
i/4 cup sugar I
should do.BRADFORD I rjuurt) non-alcoholic eggnog ,
you ,1 cup heavy cream, wlul'p"cIIntit\ still/ I
Brazil Nut Chocolate CniBt !
I In the top of a double boiler, stir together the gditinp: and I
ot the Cook and stir innHlnnlly over II.
sugar: Mir in 1 flip egKnog:
boiling water until gilatuie 11 ISSOVLHI.) ..| He,'move from brat; stir .
| in remaining PI/I't"O/l.(/(' ( Chill until thickened,, but nut Het. teat, until t d"e l
fluffy unclunifurm in texture; fold. in whipped, cream, Chill a fewminutes o
COUNTY TELEGRAPH until a little! of the mixture mounds when lilttd 1 and
ropped' back with u spoon.. Turn into Brazil Nut ('lunnlute( ('rust.V t. .
Chili until IIt'1. Cover and rc.frig..ratuowrnighl., il you like <
Brazil Nut (hotulate Crust
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nmnronn rorvrv Trr.F.OR\rn: IIITARKr::, n.onm\ P\'.F: SF\F\ \
DEC 22. 11116; _

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r'I'.,..1-hrJp.i.i'. Starke Observing 109th Christmas: ;

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to employed on Blandinx/ count and mistletoe just clou't mho, Into each other in he dirk total blackout,: at night Even
't1 is the 109th Chrlst- northern firs or Scotch pinesIn It was a far cry: from t.il.t: some two million dollars :iU !uction. was the influx of and to complicate matters and anxious piopilcm' 1 wed imarettt ,making was for-
ma, ason that Starke has those days and "stoie "giand( affair" of 1879 to the Blandinff soldiers rveivdays servicemen many ot 1 further/ an epidemic of mud their doom: tin! n' m ui.i' bidden after nine o'clock
eJl o. since it became a bought ornaments were yet.. hectic Christmas of 11)40!) and total cxencliunes whom 11,000 remained In camp for flu svupt the town, valuable toods mi iht; "".111: lai'*e numbers of troops were
to.vii Sjofficiallv! with the cs- unheard of. described by The Telegraph; at the Camp llncludinat con-at the holidays and gift shoppedfor "Thfi-p was lea party ;/..vInj off" from their < imntei and being moved out of camp
tab;. } ent ot a. post office By 1879. The Telegraph of that day as "the bugles', structionwere estimated Mowv wives and sweethearts: : less carol' singing: Jind shelves "with eight days'I rations and
in the tov s $7,500 000 per month
dizziest" n
hee:eijji 1857. had been born and began and flowing in Starke like back home A new drug ston1.opened !. less dec-oiating than e\er he- The blac'kout WlWiU',- !sealed oidcis: Machine run
D. ; g its first 109 :j'eaisthe telling the story of Chrisunas history And so it was, the water was and Call Stn'ol' ) Just in time for the foie Too much butlnetsi to- ing-the first! induuuuii that, and antlan'cl'I1ftUns/ were
' World War 11 merchants
kind of Chl'istmasessome yulelde season, 87 years i;o. sprawling for thous- that Christmas 1940 post taids' in !five I days many from Retting! the municipal power plan wivs, 1.. el'Va lion.
gOOd-and some on the debit was the "Union Sunday: training ground the brought she Riextest: bu.liu It was necessary to throw "real( Yuletide cpiilt' Even clacking up under the sti'.iln Few soldiers weie permitted -
side ;ft 1 School Christmas Tree in ands east side of Infantrymen of Klnssley on Lake spree In the history of the up a makeshift barricade to Stump's Store Santa 'Cl.iu-s. of trying to supply the needs to come to town, and:
Type: were those very first Sparkman's Hall on Christ- completion In keep drivers from parkin: traditional Call Street' Tlguie. of a town suddenly tripled hi businesses were left with
Yiuided; about which 1'ttle mas Eve The tree was described was nearing city.Said their cars on the courthouse was mISE nJ- either v/orkUu: large stocks of goods purchased -
ii kipwn because there was by the fluent editor of that year, and thousand already troops more The clothing Telemaph"One establishment : grounds and a solid mass of at Camp Blandlnpc,: or home sire.By the next Christens in anticipation of
no here ot record that day as ". the hand- than ten automobiles lined the streets with flu. Hundreds ot disap M'asonthe fateful another Christmas rush.
ttwspaper 1941
mostly of the 31st Dixie( I I not the largest In -
the itfe and times of the somest thing of the kind we Division were swarming: Call grossing a thou- for blocks around the busi- pointed children ran !In .and things were .somcwhit dl fCer- The "grand/ affair" of
to T"i, tt its earliest beginning have ever seen The Hall was townwas Fridays ness section out of the store looklnir: in ent. Japan's infamous Dec- Spal'klT'dn's Hall In 1879 and
dollars a day
Street and "
:But tt is safe to say that crowded to its utmost, and families Saturdays even in the "But even though It was' vain for Santa ember 7 sneak attack on the busy. dizzy carefree
ere;H.., log cabin even !In the still a great many could not.. Many of their Staiko and part of December -almost the answer to a mcr'chtnt"idream To cap the climax crowded Pearl Harbor !still had the Christmas of 1940( were justa
find feats or loom to stand were convening on early stores alcxns West CallEtr't
near< wilderness that was houses. much business In from a monetary \ nation in a state of I>1\ tn. Altogether. itiwa certainly also, trying: to find as >t were plunged In..o. .
in 1857. a In
Sta:4; day as had been done Income standpoint) Christmas Congress had passed a III>O-
any- one
a grand affair, and lumanagement apartments rooms darkness' Christmas! Eve
pine sapling strung roof entire months during; Staike this year 119401 had lutlon dcclailng a state of
peol'n balls and other from first to thing in short could with be a near the depression of the 19JO's less of the old-time holiday night at the hclitht of the war on December 8. and .\ CliuiHlflmld In the' TEIJ ,
last, such to given over It so they
ornaments stand was as last-minute Christmas buyIng -
smep.IJ i ade Added to the buying power flavor than ever before Camp Standing was under a
Christmas RtPH results.
folk tiring
satisfaction their
tire and dellght.to men fienzy, Shoppers bumped
the chimney corner ln.
were no imported all." The Army was paying of some 15.000 laborers dill! The Tel"gmph! "Bu!< .iH

latlon of probation.Benka's ins: his county *,! elHighlandsl THE: RIC.IIT POINT:> tor the
II t THE RIGHT POINT for thewily Youth Sentenced After Violating final adjudicationof I ) without the the WilY you write. Come inI| ,\ {'I"I..lfleold in the TELE-
and'' guilt and prison sentence knowledge! or consent or his and Mlrrt your favorite ts-i Cll\PII bring results. I
you write. Come In I Probation For Theft Of CarDanna was prompted by his second probation supervisor. TElt ROOK fountain pen. /
5, Ilivan's Mkt. select jour favorite KHTKR-: violation of 1 probation' lea v- TF.I.J-GR.U'II.:

BROOK fountain pen. TH.LK- Noel Benka was! Institute. I "

TELEGRAPH. sentenced In Circuit Coast, I I Judge: Patten noted that
lIIalW.100 AT 'I'IIEUF.SS.'rit I last Thursday for the 1964 Benka had originally oee.i!
larceny of an automobile placed on two years proba- BRADFORD PECANSSee
( ,s rood; 1 Thru Saturday Night Uee. 21th '
Judge the offense to which
c t.c owned by C. A. Rogeis tion for
Ocoi ge If Patten Imposed an I he pleaded guilty,: along with
U. S root; LB. (: Indeterminate sentence ot Isaac Ray Crews.Qince! thai EXCELLENTOPPORTUNITY Them Shelled at the Starke
v from six months to two tears: time Benka had his piooa-
C UCK STEAK on the youth. with a iecom-i; tlon period extended an additional Farmer's Market
49C mendatlon that he be sent, two AC.IIS foi a vlo-
C UCK ROAST to Appilachee Correctional!

1 To 9, Lbs. $1.25 Lb.

UND, T.BONE 79Co 10 To 20 Lbs. lb.

SIRLOIN lb. Easy as Eggnog Pie To Increase Your EarningsAnd $1.20

Fla Pork Chops lb. 59c Learn New Skills 20 To 40 Lbs. $1.151&&.

APPLICANTSwith : 40 To 100 Lbs. $$1.1016.

Fr h Fla. Spare Ribs 49c

IMMC,, electronics or electricityto (

Ba Bone lb. 49cS 8 r learn tube munufactute. Former Starke Builders Supplies Offers

experience with radio TV electric
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appliance repair, or similar background
ULDERSlb. 39c
will he roei+idered. Related

Armed Forces experience or vocational : -
ked BACON lb. 49c a
t training also desired. ..a.l

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Ai Meat Fresh Cut at Time of Sale STORES STAKTIM! KATE


Arc A Few Suggestions. .

I Enjoy Excellent Benefits 2-1'C.

I Delectable Eggnog Pie fluffy at an angel' wing, in. a knockout Insulated Underwear 3.95
dish for the holiday buffet The pie ban that wonderful blue-
ribbon cook" IIpI'I'arAncp-Hnd can I b, made in two shakos of .a And Working Conditions
,I reindeer's tall Hrhabliunflavored. gelatine combine with |pree Insulated Jackets from 5.95
pared eggnog for holiday flair; like other dwheft merle with
iinflavonxi d gelatine, its cure to be the kind of light, cool dessert.. Hell $2.93Insulated!';
perfect for a neurty dinner. The filling goes into a chocolate. nut
of slivered duU.! DAILY INTERVIEWS Suits 21.95
crust; garnish with a wreath whipped cream -
I, chocolate; curia, und maraschino chnrrica.. f
II I, Eggnog!( Chiffon Pie 110 ui. SPECIAL
2 rnvetupes unfavored gelatiit 8:00 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. Plastic Covered Weights 21.95A

\\ cop sugar ...
\ 1 quart non-alcoholic eggnog
1 cup heavy cream, whipped until stiff! Complete Line of Fishing
I w. Brazil Nut Chocolate: Grunt" '
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I sugar; stir in 1 of the' eggnng Cook and stir constantly over
hailing wilier cur 1 gelatine( .IH rhwuilved/ (Remove from bent; ol'f'
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flurry and uniform, in texture; fold. in whipped cream 'hill a few
minute, until a little of the mixture mounds when lifted anddroppp
<| buck with a Hjxion Turn into Bra/il l Nut Chocolate. Crtiit.' Ready Made Basketball Goah $1 7.95
f / Chill: until 'net Cover. and refri"erate-overnight. if you like Sl'EKIlY-KAND.; COR1'OItA'I'IONlainesville '1 1I I With Rim and Net *
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I Kraiil Nut Chocolate Crud 1 (; Fla. r B. B. PELLET GUNS --. BOW AND
r Mix together! 1 cup finely ground Brazil nuts, 2 tnt>li>HHH>n I
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Florida Hydrocarbons Following Insurance Agencies

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DFlorida Will Be Closed l-i InchBlack

: & Decker Drills from 9.99

Transmission Gas Company Saturday, Dec. 24 thru Monday, Dec. 23 3 JIG SAWS from 22.50



ifravttf. gs 1: McantliImtirano infentiln Saturday, Dec. 31 Thru Monday, Jan. 2 That Hard To Choose Gift

err. ,from flr *end,papm] theft, ttt rVhtpi raoorita.yoi HAROLD C. WALL, INC. See Us We Have It!
doift know about tile HweutM
Model. IX i>I ....-.dMtsnad, lot hem orprtwt
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- lows: ri neht Mack Nell, reckless ;Nnith.: ,' 'II* d"K".7" iiilnut'i" draw of th claimant at
Orange Cranberry Relish II. .,1 .. .IIHIMM' I. Of I II'I! :' 'U f'l''I Ito the chilD
THE RIGUT POO Train Class 118 and iiiitierl driving, $35 and failure to n point In thn SmithcmiiPrly. shall be sworn to by
A CluMlfied Ad In the TFLKGRAPII :- : Tommy Smith, Dsan answer! summons $35.; Lester "llgrht-of-way. lln. of Stale ant his agent or his attorn

elect yoiur favorlt Brown. Ernest Trlest 'run\ I Randolph worthless check' point Illirhwiiv' belnv No the 200 point, MU.ICI ollivuliinlnx. and any such claim or demal.
BROOK fountiUn { Kelly.;: Kelly FOI!I .th. $;JO! ; Joseph Williams spredUiK. thenc. run Hotith not so filed shall be void.

wa7- you writ*. CtGRAPH. Train Class ((19 and over : $25 and falluie to answer 40 1 duRivuii' of, S60 I 11 mlnutm r..1 t to It.Eum point aUlDtanie /A. Z. Adklns Jr.

THE RIGHT POINT for the Adro Brown, PrJs Vamhn. summons $25. 'iheme run Mouth 40 degree*. A. 2. ADKINS JR.
Bill Sherwood, Van Pi-esv-oit: Ill mlnnteH. Went a dlntanie of As executor of the Last W
the way you write. Come In I !!4li.:.1 I feet to a point Ihpl1..pSnrlh Lois E
Jor.e Wiggins. .. ... II minutes and Testament of
r and orlrct' your favorite ESTERBROOK > I "O'I'U' : ,u.' 'rJo"I'.O: \ *ioHl' tun 40 d.pN'.e.
under! Went a rtlHtuncc. of 3f 0 wards Adklns, deceased.
Lead Line [6 and : :oa"'I'I.1t|; I'KIIIIOIMN'll'
Bed Fell fountain pen.TELEGRAPH. 11__ fret, to. u pnlru. In the HnutneuBKrlv -. First publication Decembi&
Andy Orlffls Billy Wiggins.M'ke ,
linn o.Stnte
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I 14th not ,. Hluhwav :No. 200.; them-e 22 1966.
Cute Black c Jackson place Mini' 'r "iKniMl.' .. pniKllllnt, ti,
listed!, Kim Piescott. )h.> I"i. 'lIlic.UH' :.Nuliu* .St.llllt, ",." i'tin :North 41: ileim-en, 49 minute 121 22 4t 11In |
Southeasterly -
French Poodle the
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Radio For th Western Pleasure (112 and 1''UK..! i "I'll' 11.) at mm'nilotl.' '' l Io>\ rlnlit-of-wuy line, udlHtuni'i
under] : Carl Hope Jo ale I i .ltlll.r\, : .. 81I7UO. UIWH ulFli.i of 141'!'.:JO feet 'to tinpolnt The Court of the Ooun
Qtfeen. Only $llFirestone II iu| l'ir'>> ... of Wfrlnnlimr, anil ''on-
i, living .dlull ..Iiidge In, und For Brutlfo
--- Ka> Raines, Dean Brown, Kelly I 'u > <">"'. Klin"lilu MlattieH 1 ., u.' I ,ui In'In* 2.KII7 ucreB, more orleHH. /
: Forsyth Tina Kay Metachern K-wlati'i'' '' with' the (Clnrk of tin .. County, Florida.In .
Horse Show Winners Named : i 'In", tilt "Court In ami. fur IJiailfc '" C'harloii or mii A c.ruuIII .Pnrhvou.ru ('''tlrt re: Estate of
I ul Ciiuntv 1 1 |Io..hl". upon
1215 41 12/29 Arthur Dale Deceased.
12 Wides.\ Flag Race r 119 and oldjr) i "IJ" of prr>of of puhlli'utli>n
F. M. Blown Bobby Pa.TUh.. "f IhlH, ni.tlif. th. flillll'illyi - - -
I II I ,.. .
i".in" '
The Bradford County Falr- t ophle were: NOTICE OF FILINQ PI
Merrill Orlffis. Van Presojtt.iiancy .. CountyJudge :
Custom Made iilli-N'H' MllHcllm' 511! KanlSt the Court of the
rrounds was the scene of the I Age 12 ani: under Bellca .. Newell. j \11", ,," MIHI'kc. Flu.liihn Bradford C'ounty. TITION FOR FINAL) DI!
For Florida Livinc Bradford Roping Club's big! Bars ridden by Jesble Ray 113-181 1.10):.. .' ., 5H4 KIIHI: I.uiirn C'HAROE OF ADMINISTR/
I Western Pleasure
< .
> 'ki. Kin anil Inhn \ Florliliu
I Get More t.-ophy Horse Show last Sat- II nalnes of Gainesville. Debbie Hope, Marilyn Kay.: '1''''''''''. Jl II:I 1 Hniilh, fhi-n'.v SIit -, IN PROBATE. I TRIX
YOU uiday. 13 to 18-Tobey. ridden oy Tommy Smith, Ken Scott, i '.n k, Kin Own' 'Km. I TO ALL WHOM: IT MA
I 2 41 125"! In le: Estate of I
For Your j I IIn I
$ $ Starting; at 11 am. the T'Tnmy Smith of Starke. I.eaton Morgan. Lois Kdwards Adklns deceased CONCERN:

s.iow Included seven timed 19 and c.ve.-Jessle Jame Open Reining: D E. If all. 'I'r... (.''r...... "..r. 01 '." '' i 1o All Creditois and Presons I Notice Is heretov given tru
No Salaried or Commissioned t"tnts and ten judged classes rMden by Prlscilla Vaughn of I' Jane WlgKUis. Merrill Griffls. 1.:1..10: .'..dl..1. t..r..I.. 01I""rlo. 'j I Demands, I have filed mv final returias
1r-1 .... III"d I''r IIrn..r"r,' Having Claims or
ForBusi Employees with Mrs.\ Mary McLeod Jacksonville. Jessie Raines Jimmy Br:>wn. ........... III "hn..r.' (....... ,,,., Against Said Estate: I administratrix of the e
Jufglng.! Five place ribbons! After the H-vse Show Jack- Flag Race 112 and under! U 1*. Th'Mil.ui" ami' lilt w I fSIINJI .. tate of Arthur Dale. d.>ceftsei
DAD & and each of are
BRAD LARSEN ., You you
vere given In each class with pat:>t ropins was held for ages Kite. Ti) niiiH .anil '.1..111" that I have filed! my petltto.
LIKE TO WORK Klmbo Forsyth. Diane Kank. at,, Stiirk' a l nnklMK II hereby notified and required I
a large trophy going to each: 16 and under, and bull r''pii,3 Paui Blown Keith Jones ni.i.iti.n.| "I'lilntlffM, \' to present any claims and demands for final discharge, and that
of call l V.in Anilfrxon mil. Illlila :NAmli ; I I
f.rst place winner.Contestants events consisting will apply to the Honorab
YOU Benefit! GravesWestern ; I t -i n. bin'' wlfi .l Hct>h \Vliatxt which you. or elthei
; I
from all o\er i oping team roping and rib Pleasure rlD and t.r : anil: ;, \l.ui. Illr A flarxt; :. I IHhnlfi of have against the Theron A. Yaw". County Judi
N.'ith Florida came to com bon roping. Stock was furnished overl : D E. Hall. Marv JanpWetherlngton : I Pa, L.IMi,,,, nnttlnta anil, Ad. lc Mattl I. 1 estate! of LOIS 1
All Sizes! *n Display pete for the h'rh' ; point trophy by Trl-S Ranch owned byVillls Prls Vauniin.Ckr .I -'u,. hlM wlfa. ncfpnitanta..VflTH'M />DKINS. deceased late of on January 16th, 1967 for 8f;
8-10-12 tlven In e.!ch of the three age I \ S. Sherwool.I : ) Hope Pat Oarehner What's round and firm and packed with luwionn, healthful : OK M'lT proval of the anme and:! ri.
Widen the County
Show wlnnei in order of I juice? A fresh Florida orange of course I The fruit is so good thIs Tr. >, tlvlo HaltlMlH' anil., .\,1,1., I aid: County to final charge; as adminlstn
l folJack's crop
1 to 5. were aoS of the estate of Arthi!
and Expandables Winners of the High Po'nt placing Pebble: Hope Linda Kay' in Florida utrus hiatorv making prices lower than last year. ''II,I 1"11'n"'pnr':N,*w "o"k.' I'aaiiualK Hmul,,, Jto HaltlMn 'hi'11'r '-- Florida at hla. office in thrcourt Date deceased.

Smith. Jim Kelly. Tommy Orange Cranberry Relish is a delicious way to enjoy fresh} house of said County, at |
Smith Ernest Trlest. oranges during the holiday season. It's easy to make (no cooking!), Von am hi'teliv. nollfl il 'that' Starke Florida within nix | December 20th. 1968.a .
I' and 110 good with ham chicken turkey fresh pork and game. H Hiilt hu. .h.f>.n.rll..... niraniMij I > / Clara Dale
New and Used Pan-el Race [12 and under-] : 'mi In HIM. IIH\O) pntll'fliiuRe. | I calendar: months from the
"It shaencage Jack<<; Graves. Diane Kite Karl Orange Cranberry Relish (. anil you ar* !h..hY. r''- time of the first publlcatloi! CLARA DALE. Adminlstrotrl

in h 8-Yr. financing: available Restaurant Gravei, Kelly Forsyth, 'P.1ul'' 2 Florida oranges quartered and seeded '|1"lr..t l the tn. r'lerk fill*,,t vinir this" anMWHiwith I'nurt' of this notice. Each claim or of the Estate. of Arthur D.ilrteceaawl.
4 cups. fresh cranberries .
with Brown. anil ti* M* rve a i npv, thiTeofupon demand shall be In writing. i|
cups sugar PtnlntlffM' altorniHThomas THOMAS &
Use Our Rental-Pur I Barrel Race [13-191 : RockvNorrworthy : ,Hli'lu., 2fti:! Niirthivmpii ; and shall state the place of'I' Ave.Starke. .
.Jerk of the 301 South Starke Smith Put orange quarters with peel and cranberries through food l 203-5 North Temple
chase Plan Payments Tommy A\i'niti> i r*. o r 11"i -
chopper. Add sugar to mixture. Chill in refrigerator neve-rill hours residence and office ad-1
post .
Klnrlda hitirthan
:Id) I Stnrkp. not
.Is vltfe rejiJl Under $50 Per MonthNOW Ernest Trlest. Ralph Hazen before serving. (The relish will also keep well in refrigerator January I. IIHI7If I
12-22 4t 1-12 -
f'ldavn sfgl1 Under New ManagementSHRIMP I Jim Kelly. several weeks) you fall to ilo "0. ili ,ripro .
II Barrel Race [(19 and over]: YIELD: 1 quart. .rniifeRHo will )h.. cnteri.il. ,

those it I Jjne Wiggins James Andre vs. NOTE: For holiday garnish serve Orange Cranberry Relish In airalnRt,' you In the for niinpltiintThf 4h. .. r..II..t'. demanded ---

tHe/lt of ea Ocean :Bobby Parrlsh. Larry Brown orange cups with picot edge. To prepare make a pencil guideline naturi* i.f Hiild. finlt' UKInir O. W. Van Valm :
around the center of orange. Insert a umall-bladed pointed knife the, forrni'iftirK, of a mnrtHruice t
ing. Graves .
on. Said re in center of orange at an angle to make one Bide of a point. on the fotlowlntf d'Hii. Hicl
Fresh Western Horsemanship (19' Remove knife; insert.. to make opposite Bide of point. Continue .* r"nl' property in Hi.idfoiiifiuintv. acknowledges deep

to engage i Mobile Home SitesAVAILABLE and over! : Pi'is Vaughn. M ry around orange following line to keep halves equal lIi.C! !'. Pull ''irmt. Florida of land, to HituaU'il miA In o

their 'intent I Jane Wetherlngton. D. E. apart. Ream oranges for juice; remove membrane. the ;Northea; t iltinrer of KH<... appreciation !
DINNERS In Boxes Hall tlon '12, Tnunnhlp fl !South,

(4)) conseci Full Lake Privileges 97C I Flag Race [13-191 : Tommy wood and Gary Tuck. its L. Nazuoith. improper I
where said Homestead Exempt"cl'epted Or Baskets Smith.! Joan Rogers, LeatonMorgan. Ribbon Roping: Bobby tag. $35; John Barton Leo,I I more )pnrtliulailv, demlilivd, IIHflllloUK Your expression

b; Financing Tim Kelly. j3f>aid and Bobby Powell. Don I speeding, $35. and worthless ("*..inineni'e" : lit In* Sourhiaplinriier

ueh public' Includes Shrimp Fritters French Fries V/estern Horsemanship [112nnd Moates and Charlie Alford. check, $25. Tiavls Clayton I of the :-"r.h"I1.1. iiuui of sympathy |

I under) : Jessie Ray John Til ton and Bobby Bed.d ]Norman, speeding: $10 .1' .nf. HIM,tl..n :.'ia.'. Townxhlp ,.eSouth.
Hanir* laMl! ', thfii |
Lake Geneva Tossed Salad Raines: Jimmy Brown, Sandy I Mildred V Hitchcock failure rn. :North. u di-tritex- I'1: ','I"' MOTJIER
Morgan Kelly Forsyth, Tiina Youths Fined to yield right-of-way $35; ,iit-H KiiBt: a dim'it 111 of Rj-i!'.i.,1: I Ir..1
If 'to a point' run them u Lydia Macdmnell
you ; Trailer Sales Kay McEachern. I Lewla M. Camps speeding.!

Also Home-Cooked Meals Bull Riding [18 an I Keith Jones. Kelly Forsyth i driving $50: Carlton LVarnes I r A Claloifledd! in the TELEGRAPH
other tl OB Route 100 On* !Mile !8E! !: (Continued From Page Onel ; worthless check I II II brings! results." J
Keystone Ilrlfht .... Open 24-Hours A Day .--. I Calf Roping: Charlie A1- $23 I Died Nov. 29 1966

Open Sun. & EvenlnJaproper : ford. J. E. Joiner. John Bal'ey' and Sherry Wilder, were suspended I I ,

Team Roping: Bill Sher- for 00 days on charges 'I

.- I of allowing an authorized

-- to JHve, and speeding
person <

Crew's respectively.brother. Don. Graiy:! I fe(! OFFICE EQUIPMENT SALE

tt DIRECTORY Clews charged with dilvin-j

AREA BUSINESS I with without a warning.a license, was let off I

In another case. Hubert I

Douglas Odom Jr. was fined ..

Office Equipment I tS'j for speeolnar! and $15 for ,

Air Conditioning-Heating ,. CHAIN SAWS I LADIES WEARCherry' altering his license. On the

Hancock Office I latter rlurgc. Jud"e Yawn said' .. :. "ECONOMY" Std Chair

RUSS PIKER I the license will be forwarded I Hied 'In church audilorluna,
A. & J. Saw cafatarlai and llbrarlet.
EQUIPMENT I to state officials for cance- ,
Heavy gauge steal, made to
Authorized Alrtemp & Mower Co. Gainesville's Most Fashionable latlon Odom had changed last a lifetime. Foam rubber

Heating & Air Condltli/nlng Joe Anderson Mgr.Ilomelite Smlth-Corona-AuthorlzeeS \ tries on his license as to:>> en-I. eaf and back. Seat lize
Address For LadlMD1tESSESSUITSCO Dealer \eluht and flute of birth but' 16 wide, 15VV deep.

SHEET METAL Chain Saw ,\TS !Rave no reason for the notion I No.2660 $25,7
CUry-Victor-Total!* I Benlamln Ciocket Spears CartotI till .__.$ i.3J: ea.OfHOLSTIRY -
Baaddenlai1. Addln llachino, Cahyultor) I
20. son of Set. H B. Spea' q
_Industrial Repairs & Parts All Makes MATERNITY WEARACCESSORIES COlOllt..eAvailable -
SALES -SERVICE- BJBNTAXJ of the Florida Highway Patrol
Installation Service GRAVELY TRACTOR I In Green .rown. *
ttale --
was acquitted of chamesof .
Toe Fiona. and flnltb."ECONOMY" .
SALES & SERVICE Discuss Gray
SAVE TLVE youirequlremenU
falluie to have lehlele
1702 NE. 19th Dr. I
2022 NE. Blvd. Gainesville 7 W University Gainesville with ns first. '! control on November 24 n."SECRETARIAl-

Gainesville 372-0714 PhoneS723:588/ : i 523 N Main St. Gainesville when the car heVa!! drvlnsvm Typewriter pedestal with aterator platform OH 1 tetter,1 box oVower

lust Off Waldo Road I Phone 378-5351 wrecked on PR-223. I, right (as lltus.) or I.ft. Specify preference. Center. No. 431$196.90

MOBILE 1I0 IESMUSTANG FlIP Trooper J H Wn-it> drawer with 'lock and key. linoleum" covered tope

CONCRETE PRODUCTS told the court he bioURhttv!! )<. 60'-" x 30V.' MW Green, Desert Sand, Sahara! 1 box irowert
AUTO SALES&SERVICE t No. 433: 196.90
PAINT & GLASS charge so that the .ludae could I Brown or Gray.lUKNPROOFSTAtNPROOF.

INSIST THAT ALL YOUR I I deride He trifled that a I TO"...Af.o available whit Coletex Top ('fiat alcohol Arm ChaTrDejigned '

JEEP CONCRETE PRODUCTS Liddell Paint & broken drive shaft ha:3 t caused, cannot tiala Bar ean elgowitej biun.. _-...._.>JJ"CT"to number.$15.00 addtIhrea office for that comfort.Giveeyour look
Family of 4 Wheel Drive ARE THE BEST FROM the accident new
and ifandt after
op y.arsof
RAMBLERAmerica's Edward' Building Mobile Homes Inc.Gainesville' Glass Co. Other case-i!! disposed! of r wear. Ruggedly constructed. .

Supply, Inc. Discount Mobile KYAN1ZE PAINTSGlaJSMlrrorsSUdlnc Daniel Livein Karl: ft Dnval No'iwfngTnj doon fa block ablat. lorga and alee I. Foam" rubber seat
Finest Economy Car room/. Heavy gauga ....,. Ave adjuitabla compartmanlfc and back.Sear 16Vi"wld ,
SALES AND.. SERVICE: 726 S. Main-373-4844: I Home Sales Lot. Door. \ County, fined 20 for speed 76" high,.34" wtda, 19U" deep 15'/i"deep. "Naugahyda"upholifary.
Volume purchase for our entlie ing; Ozell Thompkins. $35. No.763af 99.75 Won't tcuH or

Ridgway Motor Co. GAINESVILLE, PLA chain guarantees savings Tub Enclosures-Shower Doon speeding; Mary Lee Qainey.no I Sana obova bat with lock and. kayo ciock wNo.2Ml $39.95

of many hundreds of dollars -Wlndows-Awning-Carpei- I driver's license. ,25: ; An-I No 76341$105.00B1COHATO
ELECTRIC MOTORS on the quality home of your WallpaperSUrcfrontConsultation. cille Raymond LaRiie J1
1132: S. Main
choice. I eedlng) $33. Robert Earl

Gainesville Z72-843J: ELECTRIC Rhoden speeding. $35, Mor- n..MRCtfUly .. Vfla
4820: N.W. 13th St. 441 North 116 N.W. Sixteenth St. \
Motor Repair Co.Of GAINESVILLE 372-8191 Contain two full ..mpai.>-
B & G Motors Co. Gainesville. 378-1346' I MM Greea, lon Utter filaif a doubt
Gainesville, Inc. Ollva" Oreea, drawar for 3x3 or 4x4.

Deterf Sand card ((3200 eopaclty).Twodu .
CADILLACOLDSIOnILESALES ; RepalrlngRewLnd1qNew MotorcyclesScootersStreit's TILES & .PAINT : Cola OrojvBOOKCASE | tabla ttoraga eoportmenri -
and Used I II under lock and
if SERVICE I, key, a iteal lofely vault
H9KK GUARANTEED!: doubly protected by Dial
Bicycle Shop SECTIONS
Fine Selection of Used Cars
1030 8. Main Galneevllla FLINTKOTE TILE lock ptiit an outer door
Taken On Cadillac Trades Deilgud for many uses. Kaept upplle catalog! under lock and key. 30h"Wld
Phone 372-8318
HONDA MOTORCYCLES and printed manor neat and orderly. 30'i"' w, ''. .
Vinyl-Vinyl Asbwtoa I 32, high, 17" deep.rto. I>>
1001 N.W. 13th. Rt. 411 37H h, 17" d. Four adluslabla comparlmentt. 1370 $63.50
PHONE 376-7515: FARM EQUIPMENT Cushman ft Veatpa Scooters Floor KtAlMhlng" \ Products (Shall tlzat 304"! X 16"} No. 349S $39.50Aa

Du..atIBSAZundappMotoreyclesSales! obova but 28"b,2 comportment.203 |34.10 With plunger lock .*.bcb al aiawiia .... 1170H$71JIlluitraled
Si Service GYM FINISH Charley I

Authorized Sales it: Service Inc. SCHWINN BICYCLES E. Cole STEEL SHELVING UNITS I

OO8 E. University Gainesville. FORD Locksmith & Safe Work Tenney Tile & Paint
Shelves! 2"
Phone 372USlCrane's are adjustable en centers, com

... Farm Tractors & Implements 818 W. University Ave. :3223 N.W. 6Ul .*. L Johns i J be raited er lowered, or more: thelvee
.. Ford Industrial Machinery added. Easily assembled OfTve Green. or
Imports Gainesville 378-ISO3 Gray. The "four-way reinforcement" give*
Gainesville 376-7761
''r LANDROVER 4 Wheel Drive ; them greater strength.. The open shelving)
": Volvo (Mercedes-Benz) SALES PARTS SERVICE units Include four steel gvue plate {for
FIAT-HILLMAN extra rigidity.
about this question:
) 320)) N. Main Gainesville ,
"The terrible destruction ( shown at right) temper*. ONi THIS .sx
Phone 372-4373 Phone 376-2543: "'NIT UNITl I UNITS
TOIN Addhl
Long Distance MoTinff I of the tornadoes that crowed I bchllnttSI. ,--
ONLY Now Width rUtgtit' D.P""* "or VflhT V44J9 iheI.|,.

Oct 5 LP ret fiARDKN SUPPLIES Local House of Travel the state thru Tampa 8712 _..34" S7" 12" $.....* $44JS $3.91 ... I
Beauty Academy Drayag remind us that we have not > I 8718 ?..3*'' 87" 19* riva H.94 13.40 1J.OO 4.95A ...
tkxt pages in hurricanes to fear iniFlorida. 8724 _.34* S7" 24* Five *eja ..... MO* .9 J3J3 ... \, '
tot only noS Storage Packing; prattal. INC only 9XB.30W 49" W Four
POWELL'S Johnson & Paris Inc. U.OO a2.71 n.SG e..
chase thisSmitbCbroc Should this aNnl 207 _.3054" 2o* 17" T.a ao.a OJS ao.2.1 4.95. eIJUt.. ,
Shipping remind us to have our'' obova 4024 __JO": 40W24K* Three. ) M.A.I u... ..
Complete Line of AIRLINES I
Beauty Academy !
FREE ESTIMATES CALL, windstorm insur a n c c THREE No. 7312 unlrt SHELVING UNITS-OPIN (CAi tnawg at left) .;
Learn Profeeslom In Tour STEAMSHIP'R.. R.I checked to be certain <>( $80" 7J12 _.34" 75"2'"" ,lYe $I7.0O $14.79 tun $3.954.9J ..
l.nw.etl..ldPH SappMe! ) HILL'S MOVING 7SU _.34" 7J" 18* Flvej aG." 0 JO 30JIO ...
S.-re) Time. Full or Fart Time Hotels. Oar BonUastWeekdas full coverage for damage? *
FERTUIZKUaWe : 7X4: __3o" 7 24 ,tow 7JS 7 Mt MJ' AM ..

OAT A EVENING CLASSES Rent Fertilizer Spreader*' S:30: to I:" Charley E. Johns
& Storage, Inc. '
Low Tuition Term 224 NW 8th Ave.
Sat. to 12.S41S .
21. N.W 10th Ave.
PUONE 372-Om 8340 N.E.!: Waldo R4.ttelneavtlle W. University A..... Agency Bradford County Telegraph

I Gainesville 37S-276 0&tnN\1J1e. Fl*. 372-4271 Gainesville 378-1801 131 S. Walnut St.

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.... ..... .. The Clay Hill Baptist, C. are expected to arrive acre
.1'' 11,1, -> '!'IIM: .....dart. ..a...:.1,iII .V., I Christmas Church held their Christmas this weekend for Chi 1st ma-v
1 V I Si1 :; >i 3 CLAY HILL with Mis Irene PadgettMr !
W.'i.' ; play lat Sunday night.
| r1!; ; and Mis Rudolpn,
JOY The Clay Hill Holiness
''lt __ II; !Airs. Ilinvnrilrtmne Pad/elf Church will have theft ; PiKlgeLt and daughter! of;
289.4130aaasaasauaaaasasaaa.! Doctors Inlet visited Mr and ,
Chi.stmas: play Frld IY ni'iht.De '
Mis Howard Pad ett :andfamily otings
.. 23 at 7::30. Everyone i j"
Saturday nIght.
.... Invited. Mrs. Alice Mosley and Mnl- '
.. We oi"?: happy 10 ad.l !another KLS: '
tie Belle Austin visited Mi I
rM meinjei: to our lurl-.l i Mis Patricia Alvaiea of
j and Mrs. Frank Sllcax lI'i,
Mrs. Hester Oilffis of L.IWtc -| Staiku visited Mrs. Williimi
,a vI I In jI I :> .o.md. lh.' thin**i Su.id.iv i i Punish and children Monday nfU-'i Hcllbronn noon. Springs Sunday,I IJ1r1a !
moinlnt! urdny Scliojl ut- I
curd Thursday of last wtok
II I Mr and Mrs. Howard PidMett -
r __Mi and t _Mrs._Charles I Coi- I I were In :Macclennv: lastThursday
shopping and on
{ ?lJlll bus'ness.
Y fo an our BKII\L SI1OUFUMis ,
I f wonderfulfriends : William Pan if Ii. Ellen I,
I I''
I I rr Wilkinson and LelUi Lang ,
II i iII entertained in the home olMis F.r
I I ?
I I II I Pauish/ with a biMii' i|
shower last Friday night for w+
(0" Miss Patricia Finish: Prize I
U'Ieeting& were awaidej to LouIse'I Here's! hoping you > SKI nsw.:
G Johns and Millie! Wilkinson have a wonderful HAnd
Cuke and coffee uoie served, holiday thanks {For your
'I to about 15 guests. Gue t.
To one and all from out of town were Sir Koch Drug Store pahvooga.,1967...
:;- A. H. Wilkinson and Joy
and thanks for For unto you is 1966 Hauls of Jacksonville Kathleen Starke, Fla. GEM JEWELRY
your patronage .. Nolan of Maxvllle :'1.(1(
He bless Conner
May yourhome. i born this in Edna Stone Brenda Blown, ,
iI I day Stnrke,. Florida
1 Insurance AgencyFor I btxl< ... A. R. Johnson Starlet '''to I
YourInsurance the city of Davida
DeWITT C. JONES I Farmers Supply Need -
I 222 X. Temple Ave. saviour, which y .
\ Phone 9il-1591!)()I ;) )1 MERRIEST EHRISTMAS'SEASON
Starke. Florida is Christ the lord '


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PAGE im.\i>roni" ('OtTXT'fF.umtI'Ii.: KTARKF., ri.mtmv :
' Alvin :Mr.: WIdfl"l"l :: ". D Z Y.ar +1N
iir Monroe
and! :Ikfrs. N
1...................... presented a play "The Wandering : one who contributed calces: children all of Jacksonville ,I Saturday! In Talluhassee Saturday aid Air. the arrival of a I spending the Chi tJ, ,
tow I Christ Child" pi-o-' : and cookies or helped In another >' Mr and Mrs. Leon Starling. Lt. Col. and Mrs. U. C. 011- Sunday. They went to wise Gray, Scott announce Hewitt Davin Gray, holidays. with relatives ml|
THE!: RIGHT POINT for the son I
LAWTEYJly motlnar the fact that when I way to make the evening :Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hilllird I Christ! of Hampton, Va. were their granddaughter Miss Monday, [lea. 12, ...t St. Vin i.8ippi.,
elect your favorite ESTER- \ you help a needy child or a success. There was a and their respective children calling on his aunt, Mrs. Mia Terry Potts home after a cent's Hoapltnl. :Atarston. Walls has 1>1"1)> )
BROOK fountain pen. TELE- anyone needing aid, who good attendance at this Linda Craft Roger Pad ett B. Wells :Monday.! visit with them. Mr. and Mm. Tom Watts of I loused from the Orajigi-:
. way you write. Come In and En/.n': niaiirlutrtlLawtcy comes to your door you we meetlnR. School will convent! and Mrs. Judy Dixon. John Lee is spending\ a few Visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Jacksonville! wore Saturday I :Memorial:\ Hoopltal' wheiwna .,
: ORAPn. helping: Christ. The second again on January 3. :Mr. and Mi-s. H. C. Varlet' days with his grandparentMr. -. Anders Sunday was her dls- of the AverySlndes. I recoveringfrom mpg\
e< ..... afternoon visitors
............AA. of
grade won the award forgetting The Lawtey ExtenoiorHomemnkers and Randy. Mr. an 'Mrs. and :Mrs. O. L. Peterson ter, Mrs. Mal'yCnrs! ;] I sustained in an autom I.
01 Junior High PTA the most members for Club met at, Edwin Pad ett. Mrs. Mae B in Arlington. Jacksonville- The Ray Folium! family 01Jiicksonvlllo accident.Mrs. .
p met at the cafetorium oil I FTA. The 6th grade exceeded:! the parsonage[ Thursday Wells Miss! Enza! Blnncharcand Miss Karen Lee, who is attending Quincy Cruce. who is stationed spoilt Sunday with \[ John Waters and :a ii,
11 week. :Mis. Estes' 6th ",trad2rl In room count. After the morning of last week; with ., Rev and Mrs Ernest St. Johns, River Junior at Ft. Bennlnit.! Oa Mia. Myitle Coleman! ; and son.: baby Tammy Louise ha\ i I'''
o I business session, refreshments Mrs. Bally and :Mrs. Lee hostess. Bailey attended the Harlc\ College, is home for the Is horns! for the holidays. Mr. and M is. Cbble Taylor turned home! from St. VUK..T.itrs. :
were served. The bake Members for the Christmas family dinner or holidays. Misses Gertie! Fae and Ortnide -., and family of Jacksonville wcio Uut'pitll1,
38v nle brought $4;; 25 whirh is log year were enslI-// Sunday at the home of Mr Glenn Starling B 380837 ?. Cruce of Oalnsvillp' rtund.iy, victors of the Vince Dave.Covordalo mil/ -
- : 19GGe ..II'pL'cCmtA.ct.'t.; thank eWell's \ '; .. :Miss 'Martha Rue :M'' and 1 Mrs. S C. Ifnrl: ('v alHellbronn. A. 1st Division is aboard the !sent) Sunday with the family I Tuyors..Mia. ,Clay attended the Stati. K.Insurance
I and nfter the) I business! s \ ,II.I(' USS Robert K. Huntin.jt.on: I Ellis Giddcns of JackHonvillc '. Co. of Jacks.., 1 1,1, I
- .. refreshments were se..vectIInd Pam is spending few dnyvs D. D. 781 pro New York 09- Friends! regret to learn of I visited! last Fridaywith Christmas party last Satu.,1,Ii:,
3: sifts presented by num- with her cousin. Terry Roberts 501. He Is the son of Mr. and the death of Mrs. Lizzie: jrp- her daughter.Mrs.! ; James morning for children of ""n

\ber. It was a very pleasant in Jacksonville.Mrs. I Mrs. Leon Starling.Mr. vatt of Jacksonvllls! anj extend Coleman" ; end l family. ployeos.Mr. .
UUfi affair. Attending were seven A. C. Pearce and her and :Mr B. r. rti- their sympathy to all Buford Higgrintbolham was and! CMrs. Roger N-irt!
members and Miss Mc sister. Mrs. Sfbe Harris of I dish wen1" visiting; :Mr.: and members of her family.'AXVIUF. able to return home Saturday unit! family are spending. toholidays
..vnvy.".v.r..m.r to the in Alma, Gr0 and wialtona
Cain. Starke. were luncheon guestsof Mrs. J. O. Pons ani:] family after beingconfined .
a class thcr
Church Activities their brother. ]Mal' viI' Bradford County Hospital. North
Grace "Methodist-On Sunday Sunday afternoon visitors of for Mrs.
Thompson am family
on Hhtnnas! of Fort Ben
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t t will convene at 9:43 I): for 15 Mrs. non )Klchetoon,; of Jackson- nlng. Q.i. arrived Sunda\ fo
By Mrs. A. C. S'ad a two w 'cks' vac-.itlori. wail" )h.;
1 fi 1 ,. G t minutes and Church Servl'-e--' Phone JHO-4191 I llle.Bob wife, Peggy.
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Monday I 9) a. m., Jun- [ .A.A..AA..AA. .....I.ITh" home after undergoing .arj.ery >
would like to
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T I. Branch Vel'o.rl"rrY:: .I r rI ; IIIK\ : : Baptist: of you n I.
11 i followed! bv choir prmtlrc i'' 1 Church hold Its Chris, nia-i: Hospital. I and a Hippy New'YeLI!
7 p m an" Senior MYF. program )last" Sun'Janll'ht, at I
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7:30.:: Gifts were exchanged and
Worship 1'n :;> .
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4 ; Miixvllle Baptist: Church
Union 6:30: p m. Midweek -
services Wcdnesc 1966 I l1 % 'I rt ; will have Its ChrKtm.is) program .1966
.lsThis Holy tonight I Thursday) witha ;

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week Rv. W. A. Hogan o
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"drk Paul and IreneFaulkner bountiful wish Starke presented three film & I

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I''j Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Prayer the true spirit \ 0,0 r ,

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1.'. I C. (Hubba) M'cllsChristmas day School 9:4: a- m. Wor- i.I. and vours ... v fJ.. ;, :., :tC t\
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Walker, can be heard tuclSun.'ay and friendship. i!
Lacy Conway ;
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nation WZOK. Jacksomilli FLYIM: (; ;SKKVICK; : : Doyle, the Cleaner i

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YYYYYYYYYYYT..yyyyy,1 Taggait pastor Eveiyone oways fiom Wednesday to Saturday utl'rnoon.Iri( : lemal Ul'.lI1dplIl'pnl. .\1 sSaJie .....mtlu.J'un.s'na': I 11n the week cn Welcome Monday Oeoige U a foimcr 1'\.sIlenL I Elder and I ho Into :Mi. JlU: un'our i I with :122! :! acid burned SlncuJanuaiv iint 1'ollu Ann Sini'i' :JJ!:! :lillIl.khudn'll' "lid"l
Annuel Christmas Dinner Mis Edythe M. Aimsti'onc of Starke. Dewey Eldtr, Pate:nnl I. 1 there have bernI Tiioiiuon ,-,h., lw.1) madu 1.,1. i .:n jt K'; ..iiUcli'.ldi' l'II.
Lake The Younx\ Mauled Peoples' spent la&t vnek in Out.me/ Ml. unU l "Mis EJAaKl. /HiinJpau.uU ,110 Mis. JiaiiuDuibun Ruin dint" II'" pHst week I 8ti( flies wltli 5128 nciesI home with a uunt'-i: In I I 1'1\1)101\ ) sel'\'lc'c'( I1'1' ''i" 'I,
Class of KJngsley Lake Park as RUCSL of ht-i SOIl Paul CI'i1WfOI'd of Gainpnville of the bioko Die NovemberI buincd. with ati'I'
wcieSatuidav Laptev and I as eumpaicd ; ,_
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1\1. II:. M. Norton Baptist Churoli had their C, and dioueht \ th!
Aimstrong family uue.st.s of the QJI- late Mr l.d: Duib.m ': fires and 10H5 nerpx burneii 1'1':11: cjis al1:1l'IIS:I a .iiii.'in- 1 rI. ,I. UnpllMt! Cnuidi: of L\ *-...
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Phone 531-2081 annual .get together Saturday! Mr, and Mis! RichArd aid CI'awfol'dlt, May Oucl Bli's< ex-li .me .IIIKH. Co | In the s.me 1 ix-iioil lu.sk your l"i nl I ho B.dls.m!; AxiumUipllst !' li .v with Itcv I'L <'v, ..
evening Dinner was wived West. Mis Jewel Faulk inddau Rev and Mis! Jim RUdon tuuntyTlure< Hainfall icpoittcl in t the
6644444 dU1'1111i this holiday so.ison : t ChinchSuiitiiK Km:'M pu>l'J 11!' ,)f the ":dt,11'\\
4"44". In the auditorium of the educational htei' Mai Ion all of Jacksonville and sonof Jacksonvlllovrre fin's'elo 1..pOI..d I,
I week cndlns; Monday : New Avenue Buptlsl Clllll'l'h lJl fI--
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SCHEDULES building:! where the will be rppnding Sunday dinner guests of the ,II IRUC1, 1 Inch: LouU Hill 18 I tir" >. ;Mis Jenny YnibiiM-'i': i''a.iii!' Into1 in<'nl v.,is in I'.<
Kinailey Lake Baptist tables were decorated with Christmas with the M.ixleCatteis. ; E, M Not tons, 1. C'me-
and Santa re. 3 Couatj |j Mrs', IouitBfll Bryann. tainllv plot in Dval
Sunday School, m.1 I Chiistmas atiangcmentaTheie Mis Maxle Cat Sr. an-1! .
9:45 SrMis <'r.
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II\'el'Rj.\e\ 1 37 Mis Daisy Tnvloi'. all of I loiv : .
Morning Woiihlp II :00 a. m weie fourteen mombeis E, M Noitor. ind Rrandchlldi Cat'la and Q[ J ickscinvllli1{ : Mrs. PUD!' nt C Joins )I'uiieial, Hon1illiiil.iblp
E'enlng'ol'shlp., 7:30 p. m piesent for the occasionPERSONALS daughter Sarah spent Saturday Carlton Faulk visited Mi srn as Funeral Services I H '
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Christmas "
and and Mrs W. R MUliis
piogiam and:! 1CIIL'RCII 1- in Jacksonville with Mis I
low&hlp. hour. Wednesday :Mickey! Asner who is a Trudy NoitonMr in Alacliua Oencial! Hospital _.- --.- : Held Monday "'''ins.. Lehlle 3, 01 I .1"i s. d'I< I .\ \ In>'l Hook '
Clun'fs! .
7:30: p. m, Rev, Jim Risdon.pnitor student at Sam fold University In Galnrsville :Mondiy. C.iil-; V IIn"VIJI: P ( i t.vt rs, \il sl30: cents =a.
and Mis LlovJ Macy For Mrs. Prevail P"'Itt.:, boih, ,
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'Come, let us worship in Birmingham. Ala, ton stayed over until Thus- it (hi Itlrgiapli.:
and foui
chlldien have moved .ind' Tniman ,
together: ." Please note: Om- came home Sunday to spend day I I u P\I: _
to South
Miami where Mis. Li//io Piott wldiwof ( ,
mission of TialnLng Union the holidays with his parents Mrs, Marlon :Fldei; olStaike : : .
Mr. in ,
Macy la buslnes.3.Todd .
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Christmas Day Mr and Mrs, W. H Agner/ and Mi's K O, Elder .
and Dana Elder of .- died last Fltd.iy in S' uk-
Beulah Crimea.Sunday Mr and Mrs, A RSeibcrt spent Moniay:! Ir Gainesville J
Baptist Lake Butler spent the weekend hospital aftei a short illiuss
School of Jacksonville visited Mrs. New Arrival .
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with their giandmolher Mrs Pievatt bom In
E M Norton Friday, Mr, and Mis W, L, Durban was SE on's
Morning 11 .
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: 4m Mrs. Sadlp Flder: and fa-nlly, of Law toy on No18. 18tn, .inci
Training Union. 6-30: j Pm. I Mr and. Mrs W R, Hollow Mrs, Cecil Whitchead and of Gainesville announce ". '.. :
Midweek prayer servke av of Pensacola jvere daughter Judy visited Mrs, the blih of a son born Dec. .. ,
Wed, 7:30: p m. Rev, R L guests of the W. E, Hoi- Ida George who ii' a palientAlachui 17 In Biadford County Hospital .F'Y .
He )his been named, .
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The Merriest of

Christmases yet''

11 has been a I
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With all good 4", "till out' h..1rts.

wishes from our I J) lIMY our vvc.ipoiis/ bc<.".011112woids

directors,officer JjIJ. : of Listing: VM>iloiTtuidc

From All Of Us At The Courthouse and etdH I to gt us through. the coining: ; y..r..

To All Of You At Your House

George L. ,Patten P. D. Reddish FLORIDA J

Circuit Judge Sheriff Oft". .1'
Gene Long
Thomas L. Casey, Jr. Tax Aessor!' "BANK AT STARKE

Supt. of Public Instruction J. R. Kelly FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY

Tax Collector One of 30 Banks of the Florida National Group Ithl'lNQ BUII.D ,I.ORIDA. .
Charles A. Darby Theron A. Yawn \0 .
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. .
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reported Norman Saturday afternoon.Mr. their annual Chhlstmas partyat : attack. Mrs. Clarence nagan.Capt. rolled m. tne institution's earned hIgh school gen-
UROOPway. the class. week.We Walden Wadsworth., arrived Oliver Aspinwail school program last week on eral equivalency dlplma.i
time. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby the church on) TuesJay are glad that John\ -
( VVVVYYVyyyyyyyyyyyYVW I a good Friday night the Sun- were attending to business in afternoon with games. gifts Parker. Glen McIntosh and home last week after beIng who \is stationed In Hawaii' a. full-time basis accord it1\\{ through the prison school ;
ORt1 day Iiiust School and:! Training Gainesville Monday.Congratulations and refreshments. Mrs. P. L. Mrs. Carl Brown are able to at sea for several visited his sister and brother- to announcement by M. B. and the State Department of
Bayless Hiway I Union Clases had a Carol to Grandpa Estes is the teacher.A be around alter being In the months. in-law Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jordan director of the pro Education.
The young people es- Conner and his grand jon. 30 minute Christmas hospital- David Earnest left last Rhoden Monday.Mrs. gram. Inmates at the prison
I corted Sing. by their leaders. wentto Commissioner of Agriculture film will be shown entitled Mrs. Sam Garofalo of Apo- week to visit his father in Judge Gregory and Of this number. 249 weie school have entered Into the :
By :&In. O. F.: Crosby: the hospital ind Doyle Conner on their birth- "The Guiding.;! Star at the pka was visiting: her Miami. Joe Gregory are leaving Friday In the Main Unit School.! with Christmas spirit by preparing
the ;
Cute; rvyyyyyy.Iv, cvvvvve. the nursing home and sang training union hour, 6:30: on George Saxon, last father'j Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Mel- to visit their daughterand 93 In the East Unit [Maximum and exhibiting an 16

Frenc! HELD FROM LA..T WEEK enrols to the shut Ins. No one days.Miss Linda Lyons la visit-1 Dec. 25. Everyone is Invited Bill Underwood and Louise ton Otis. Judy and) Katie f sister Rose, and family Security]. Jordan said. display on State the Highway inst1tut1m'Jadmlnlstratlon :
Radio imagine how much one relatives in Jacksonville this I to attend. Hogan left last I Thomas and Mrs. W. H. In New Jersey.Mr. An additional 40 men were In front
can week for
Mrs. W. F. Conner and building.
think- Ladies Council Melton St. Augustine: and Mrs. Otto HicksSr. enrolled In part-time voca-
someone I : were* In ; I
Qteen.Fj appreciates Savannah Oa. to visit Bill'sdaddy 27. at
Mrs. Louioe Pitt man ana Tuesday Dec.
of them unless you (can and Mrs. Eldon S. PPI Christmas Party who suffered I I Sunday visiting\ their daughter were supper guests! of Mr. tional classes with on-the- On
daughters Misses Cathy and ing in such an activity were dinner guests of their Members of the Ladles I a heart and son-in-law Mr. ind J. JV. Johns in Gainesville job training. '7:30: p. m. the school Inmates -

Sue Plttman of Perry spent participate and the expressions on I ROn _and n__ iaiiirtit.tf____...nn>r-tn-lAur_n _._n and...._ Council of the Christian Monday night. The week of December 12 will present a one-hour
the weekend with. Mrs. Cnner's see musical programfor
& faces of those 'who r>r" Mr. and Mrs. Joe Church held their regular Ray Brooklns who has completed five college credit Christmas
son-in-law and daugh the fortunate than otheis 1---- in Jacksonville and vis monthly meeting and Christmas ..:w-. ." been stationed In Viet Nam classes by the Lake City Junior the general public. This
ter. Rev. and Mrs. Dave '% : less i for the entire
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Too many people today think Mr. and Mrs. Barney E-- party at the City Hall I -- was able to come home for College. granting 330 semester program will Is
delras. the Christmas to hours to Inmates at family, and everyone
only of themselves so let's all gers Saturday.Mrs. last Friday night. The hallwa.s holidays
Sunday visitors of Per S visit his family. to them. Four additional Invited.A .
at this season and say Fled Broadwell oi gaily decorated with no cost I
and Mrs. Medeiras were (their Thank pause you. God. for our Jacksonville was visiting her green and red streamers to Ts. _. TJ2'Zsleiz,..._ '. Ivan Williamson, who Is Junior College classes : ClaflHlIletl Ad In the TELOR.tFII -
son and daughter-in-law. Mr health and freedom and for parents Mr. and Mrs. L. A which red bells were attach yyV/IS.i.... ( .', 1: \; etatlontd In Memphis Tenn.. will begin: in January. bring resultsCyrs .
and :Mrs. Sam Medeiras o: Christ who died for us. Crosby: Sunday. ed. The table which held an \ Is visiting his parents. Mr Durin.: 1066 48 inmates
Gainesville. Padgett and Misses Joyce Monk :mud arrangement of poinsettias and Mrs. Wiley Williamson I
A-2/c Wayne Sapp cf Mrs. Loyd Judy Osan of Perry are was covered with a colorful during the Christmas holi .
Blythevllle] AFB. Ark. Is horn Mrs. R. B. Crosby served ..
house guests of Misses Janice Santa cloth. Bro. Clark! I days. wr
to their / ,
refreshments 1
for the. Christmas holldivsMr. classes after the Carol Sing. and Larlnda Medelra this brought an Inspiring; devo- ; 1to Mrs. Lois Hughes of Oca I Is. I ? I
and! Mrs. Chare
visiting her
sister Mrs I
week. tional after which Christina '
Bud Alvarez 1966ntnzag
and Mrs.
Cribbs and son of .Tackionvllle :Mr. Gertrude
Dval and Rev. Dave Medelraa was Carols were sung. Interesting ; Slade. this week !
spent the weekerd with :Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Joan. and Rev. and attending to business In Perry Information about some of On Tuesday they visited >another -
her parents Mr. andf,8: ) daughter. I
) sister. Mrs. Bill
Gordon Jones. :Mrs. Dave Medetras were all Friday. the favorite carols was shar- I Hall. 1.Gainesville. I. I .
In Jacksonville! Mrs. Beverly Spence Tf ed with the group by Bro 7J\\
This Week shopping Jacksonville! was dinner guist' Clark. Gifts were exchanged Mr. andi Mrs. Donald! Sled I
Mrs. O. E.: Crosby (rave her: Friday. that of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. from under the decoratedtree. and family were visiting In ((1
Adult' Education We are glad to "know
Class a surprise Jacksonville Sunday.
for O. E. Crosby and her grand- were served -
Christmas party after: Gerald Norman is home mother. Mrs. J. L. Johns to those present: Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. [fBilly'
class Thursday night at Hell- Christmas from AberdeenMd. Sunday. and Mrs. MarshaU Matcnett.Mr. I I Anderson of Key West are
bronn Education renter. : where he is In National I visiting his parents. Mr. and ;
Bayless Hlway Church will and Mrs. Barney Brin- iil7i.
The party table was covered Guard Training School. Mrs. T. J. Alderman.
present their annual! Christ son. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall I
with a Christmas (clotn) Harvey Ewards;! of Jacksonville \and- mas Program Thursday night Bro. and Mrs. Carl Clark I I Donnie Mahon of Dayt r.'

<*r centered with a beautiful and Bob Taylor at 8 o'clock.' This year the and Mrs. D. H. Crawford.New : Beach Is spending the wee'/ I
fir Christmas arrangement. Refreshments daughter of Raiford'ere T. N. program will be a) pantomimeof ; Arrivals I with hU grandmother Mrs
; were served to visiting Mr. and Mrs.\ Christ from the cradle to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mary Watterson.

dt .I, the grave. The public is invited Johns of Orangeburg S. C. I %
I Prison SchoolAt .%_._.._.
Is. to attend. announces the birth of a .wf', .
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n Steve Crosbv of Gainesville daughter Regina Denise! on New HighIn
I spent Saturday with his December 12. Richard, Ja the I I L.-
grandmother! Mrs. O. E. oldest son of L. G. Johns. I EnrollmentAn
Crosby.HAMPTON. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ha- S /
or # gan of St. Augustine announce I all-time nIgh of 344 In.
yyyyyv-vyyyyyyyyyyyyy' the birth of a jon. I mates' representing 11.St(
Jd Aholyondhappy Clarence Michael on Decem- per cent of the total at Ral.
th I ber 11. Mrs. Hasan Is the. I ford State Prison. were eu- I
( Christmas is our wis} former Joyce Melton. :

(4w (or you.MHAROLD 4!: By Mm. Alar/ William Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Campbell i.,. S "IT'S RIGHT IP WE WRITE IT' ..
of Woodslde Va. announce -
.. ) I aAkAAAkAAAA&.AAAkAAa the birth of a son. : c LIFE & CASUALITY t,
n ? Randy Ellis. on December 12.

Church The YWA's News met Monday Mrs. Campbell is the former ; ''VI, INSURANCE COMPANY S ,to\__ I

night with their leader Mrs.I Marcelene Prevatt. ;. S.. I
II11W tik( ) ) Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Williamson )
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Jo Ann Hicks. to go carolling J. George Donaldson \\4

with the YWA's from the announce the birthof ..... .. S.... S.' ,
Madison street Baptnt a son. Mlchae' Devln. on LEADING REPRESENTATIVEPh. V --
Friday. Dec. 17.
Church in Starke. Those attending 468-1015 P. O. Box 106, Waldo Fla.
.:% wereVendy Hill: PERSONALSMr.
the meaningft2
0p Carolyn Kennan. Donna and Mrs. J. O. Adkins .1 : May True
and Mr. and Mrs. O. D '
Rhoden. and: Brenda. and **
I Virginia Brown. Pierce were recent visitors to He knows -of this season be an .

There will be a church- Cedar Key. you ,

wide:! skating party on Deo.: Bill Jacobs of Montgomery, .. inspiration to YOU '
g 29 at Lake Butler. Those) interested Ala. brother of Mrs. Pierce were good and I
S:4'j'\ In going will meet at who has visited in Hampton sc. I IJ
\ the Baptist Church at 6:15.: suffered a heart attack last and Yours ..

\, Transioitation. will be proviaed. -I do we. : .

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,, Baptist Church held their
,! annual Christmas party at I 1966'S. 0
I the Church on Monday between I 'j .
II I II 5 and 7 o'clock Games .- May /&. true spirit ot C .t .

I were played gifts exchangedand i, Christmas enter/ your

C. WALL refreshments served I f hearts> / this year.Morgan's & FROM
I Teachers are Mrs. Betty i Ii
Willie Mae Clark '4
Hayes. Mrs. Beauty CHICKENBEST
Eula Mae Smith Elaine Colson Judy Edward* I and Otis Melton. I I KENTUCKY FRIED

George W. Roberts ,p1 I The Primary Department I I ANDBarber WISHES FROM: TilE :MANAGERC.
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Your Fine I'atronagt 1966
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funeral 1 :Xortk; ap!> il.'itii.i.i.' 17 iMi'iin' Iron" Sluli' P'i"! < I 10., ,,"
I Dec. 14. Arrangements were/ patients at the Startca cake. Saturday. bohydratcs and fat at an oxtvemrly cover burial and ex- .. '
t VV. HI n rllHtitlli I n .f I 111!' l.UJ ffiin I.IN.1 I. ". (.fiviHlori' > I IHi
made for thu Christmas tree 1ns Home and other Nun-I; PERSONALS I Mrs Ck'rald asurprised wan fast rutr.\ Thus unless I I 'urea of eligible veterans I ii |1'11I1 In the :HiMitowamerijV ; il". Leroy Cultl"H1..1'1"/ ./...
und l' M. T. Dixon 01 V. .IH i 1 :>II-.if-wiiv" lln,.. ,nt' Hint' I ru".h'11 lilt 1'''''t n alp" r., ",,"
child diestlblc according to I
and with easily -
THERESSA program refresh-!! liis.Choir Mr. and Mrs. 9. Sl'oley Sunday a you serve your i HiKhttiiy, ,, :Ni.! Sim', rah Il'::18. Tallab. ...... 10'1".111. ,.
1'I ments were served in the educational practice will be held: were shopping; ; t Palatka birthday dinner at the home : solid foods at a time the Florida Department. of ';. ,IM.IHI' ,' L.'lim; ihi- 1 point 01ii"Uliininu A1.1 I !Inu..

By BucliV New ham building after aaaln Wednesday:: night( Dt>c. last Saturday. of her parents Mr. amt. Mrs when reserves arc needej I Veterans Affairs.! Also Included l ',,.. ,' | l II',ii.M, lllimitHM. a,.. i'nn. /KHftt.Soul 1 I I 1)1 I.roc: I.torI. ti" I '

\ choir practice.On 28. after Christmas.On Clyde Horsey ha been rea1 Earl Dobbs Enjoxliw the 9c- most a weight loss may result: are expn. incurred :al ,illHt.llUr! 'if :il.VI J r"xt t tn li pullltth :

u.....A u.uu.../1aa Wednesday: Dec. U. Friday night. Dcc. 23. sick at his home il weck caMcm with her were her hus 1 and the body may bo weakened -I I picpailnK the body. ana. "."|...|. ,run, ,, !-.iilii '> i ffcwi 1 I 'will Fl:

nOPE BAPTIST CIll'RCll: \ morning! prayer service was! al young: people will meet at: Yours truly .A(endad a bal d ant: children. Mr. aiv further. ', transportation! to the platy: Is t$9.5 t : inlntit.'h( I tii't, tit.Weitt u VInlthere.fl" llMliinrc. nft < I INVITATION' 1 rlrrtrli'Hl. I.'. ''lt r-ti'K I Illli.SiiiplylnK i-

The monthly busl.ie.' held at the home of Mrs the church at 6:30: for a big; pajama party :Monday night\ Mrs Earl Dobbs and: Beth, Fever., !accoimnmled'\ as 11'' jf burial. i nn K.ii'ili I. 10 d" .. (1.".-4 1 11 1 nun, iiilun| "f1wp"nt) und iriliu>"f n.

nic<"tiiK, was held after P: ay- ,] Clyde Hersey, after wlilcn hay ride and Christmas caroling at the home of Vlcke: Putnam :Mr. and Mrs Boy R. Clem- often'''' is by sweating and '..omitlnit. I A eUim for this burial ai- I !i..i iiti'H I t.w.. :n i t. poin.n .IL..III..r In. ,the, Kouth-:iiti' n."I1..lInlof\ Unit cixjli-r. :Nn.;.,."IO>1 mH. Stark.\\n-l '

1 er Service. Wednesday:: n'ln: some of the ladles visited ;. A weaned roast will fol- in Lawtey. Nine drls mona and ciilldien of H llronn cause the body to lose lowance must bo flle4vlthlr ..url(i .,'rly i llh"r'\I, llni. L, Nunn(1ft 'vxlMtlniT Kni'iii..rn :Mnrknt. .Stark'Vliirliln. -'.
Paul Etta of It U two after the burial or .;III", llluhwM.vo.,, :; ., son : tiii'ni'c, .. .
low at the home of Pastor enjoyed this !Ret-toiiether. Purlnics! and ; large quantities!\ water. years I ,
'tinorth' -in degrr..4 41 rnlninK
and Mrs. Merle Packham.Anvone Pastor Merle Packham :miMr of Hninptjii.: Important that this water bereplaced 'cremation of the vetem.Dixoi .", ,KiNi.: iil nii{ riic "Hfiuth.ikjii.r I mutf I>'u,' II I.ili'Villi. cuntii'mill i bid KI.I.OII I Hit,,
can ask! a friend. to and Mrs Blllv Breeder: Mr. and :Mrs. Monroe Kit- ; and that throughout I explaintd. If the bill" .)>. .UcHiof i -wily. llni I tllxlMxlingrr.. stiirkc ,Mratc"
d'*utt .f Ira| ?1I fret 'in rh .
) I I' I u II<"* I Itiirko.
pnv-l F rnivm'Inrkii '
join. went to Jacksonville 9atur'ay \r hii'l 1 ns weekend ptuests the fever the body maintainsa lal allowance: was net I point "r iii-urniiiiiiu' ami, I'nii' .- F'I I i
f CAROL SING night to attend revival' I"\I1' sister Mrs. Cecil Wilson hlnh: water balance. The able at the time of death o If'! [4 i.iiinim' ;2:.;ti'">T iivns, 'nt'in,,' uI 0I'l1.'! inW." I't. .
/ la The Now River Assoclat.on cervices at Gate-Way Baptist, and dpnijhter 1jtegena. o.: amount of water a child with the veteran bcau:: of the: |.I I> !rNN.i Cliiii'luN A. flit..rhY l I"1 I'lnl-lilil,t." I' O Htntu! Itox KarniiTH1 II'H.' ', Wlli'i't M.irl .

held an associatlonal carol Church to hear the evanKel- Camilla. .Oa. ft fever should drink varies' ot nature of his discharge from I'lt'llc, of milil. Cln-iill CourtI /lV"II. Montli. I'h'n. -"'':'-
sing at the church last Sun- 1st Billy Kellv preach. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bnwn- course', with awe. With an older the service but alter ;hb I I 121* 4t 1.V2I' II04.: Mall. bids K. r."'u. hiff',, ..
\rrJ bpfoi.ti
ofv 1) Whiiili"n < t r
; afternoon. William I InK ha as Sunday night child !it be as much aA death his Ischarue has burn I
day Churches represented Newham celebrated may I I NOII4H' <>.' I IN'I'K\'I'I: <)\ Tiliu. \l1I i> a. in. Krlilnv... .lanuiirj IIt''I"
1..t Included! Hope :'i his 17th birthday on December "iinner: gnci: >U. their sore tad two quarts a :'ay.There : corrected by competent authority .<.i. 'riii' : I''''''ii i icii' iN'nllir :'. Wis.rv.. tI. tight i
I r Hampton. Madison SU' etStltl'ke 14. family Mr. and Mrs. H..nr"pel'l'y was time when" fever to one under con21-: ,...IM1 'a''''''1'1 ir reji'i't. m) Part, i ian
I i f' / I : N h. ri'liy ifUfii.. tha.tin \ bbl, or" all t l.iiln In thic (T ,
.1 First and King 4 levl Mr. and :Mis.1 Homer Brhlc and family of MelroscMi.ii was. permitted to "run i ifcourse. lions other than di-ho.1.JI'-. tiii.1i." ,r-fu .ud. ,I. 1)111"wlIill1 |I. .ni.r. I of in., .it.'it.Karmi'i', "'

.a Lake. and:: Mrs.! Janle Ifin-lm-: : Beth Dobtoa was a ." Once the! fever able. then the bUlla! ullow- till,, l''tl, til, lulls :.Vjlllll'; ,,' "!.""a',, .., IRtl,. In. I I'ruwi'ilin., ... ',
lliapl.T, t Nu.I'orlil.i 217111.' 1..w" III 11)1. toll
1 I "" I.IKGE: STUDENTS: ton were In Pnlaiki Tu"siavDec. bushy?'* visitor In Jack>on- "broke." It was felt that recovery nee may. btpaid if t:1C: .. rill' an mm, nili'il, !I.' I.?Mall: 1 MMI"...,1',
HOME 13. doing' their Christmas vi") T'".dos aftornoon. was not too far off. Todny.. I claim is filed within two I Oiapti.r\ Nil. 'I17I0.' I.IIWM of i iJ.'loii.ln \t. tl. Whlltlt. I'tlll'f
., :Mrirk"l1'IVWIO.V o'
IH.'il' helm Hi'tllorsi 1 "1. l.i Hun.K' "rm Tii
----1 .. Sylvia Dodd anlved list shopping.AJr. Friends! of Ronnie WII"om !- manv physician like to lower years from whichever last :.. on." Florlil.i. MntucM. wi', UK' :MAKKKT1NI" !
: Fr4->"y from Bb: Jones Unl- and M... Wav e ne"- win be ttlal to learn I the fever :as QUickly as possi! occurs the date of correctionof ri.,rlHti'r, with the PlfrU of lh. I IS I K.: 21 la''L'PH'TITIO

versitv in OrcenviKe.! S. C. t" s"v of Oalne'vllle visited his that he Is home on leave an.l< ble. Quite ofen In a known \Illness I the discharge, or April! :2-! I'Ir.''ull rnuiity.Court In Unit I I'Mn-rlilil.. fur Ili.ulfivril llpot" \ :\0/II' IS II1F: 1\TICIO"" TO

spend the holidays: with her fathnr. Clvie, Hersey, and 's vuitiim' his parents. Mr. accompanied by high fevr. 1963. ...Tlpt or proof. of ptiiillt'iitlotti 11F.I.'rpu: ft

x. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred! family Saturday nlsht.Mr. and :Mrs. R. E. Williams ,a'' the doctor may first brlru: Dixon said application for of lhl. n tirtli'-wItQuiwt till,! fli'tltll'UinAtnff S\HIt.. ."i t
ChrIsUJ1asLe Notli'i' l I" h-' .I" iclv 'i INt
the State Farm. the ip\ el' under control\ before the tor talavailable allowance are \III" TillJ: Kit: '
Do d of Keystone.! and :Mrs.. Frank John- 'Y'1I nnl' '*" tit.' ''JlIII..r..IIfDrfl.,] )"iii'HUiinl" t.
Patricia and Richard Cue- James Lesslg of Atlanta ( .sfartlin I ; to treat the at any Veteran :M'lnlUon. Ml.. SturU.! I Kla.Rilhv the 1''I. til Ion* Ni"Stnttm.. :; .
will to Jactt onvlllFildav ,.
KO Jiilins. .Mil I':osl l.atli'1Ht. .. "f
....: visited': the KasixrMor Sap. basic Illness. He will' .tlC'UlP' Coiw.tr Service Office In the I 1"Iprr, | S. jni-t: t Lens
ndet have also arrived\ firm to have Chrlsfia-s! : "t"'k.0"111 mill I Julio > Klnrlil.1. 'lull! .HI- miiiiilnlfhnptwr .. >bt
'- Bib Jones to spend thei'4 "arlv with' Mrs. Jihnsnn' >"av night. to ?t the temperature dawn State of FlorHn. and the veteran Tormli''I.I' Sinnh, "fhcrry' atgtarke N'o. :zdTBit... Laws| oA.KlurliU .
r' +Mstmaa vacation with Mrs. Bessie Snt> Is 1 I"R"1I1'1' bv encouraging IluH Intake. Is eligible if he had 1> 111. (IWHITH 1.s I 12'2'Itrrrlifx 1 11ISI. 1"-Ing." ..Ma.. "ion.
fimllv Thev will then l BO oil I H Siin.li'i. /KlorlilH t v IIlIcl *, will
$ 'his we" lc to sr">nd tte :Iiollrtnys snonnlng. and the use of aspirin wartime service or was discharged '''oik .nf thBI'lrriill
Greet T TI brit\ rnnt.i.! Mr and Mrs t,, Ocala on Sunday to 'paveChrlstrnis ri>Kli-ti.i' with t Ih" i t
lJ with her Mina Anti timllles ) I I or retires from ao- Court. In anil foiFtnulfonl
F C. Cuen' iet Thev brought Til Hill' IIVIST.TK .
with Mr. Johnon's .. ,'""...1\' i Klorlili." : 'IP nset
; alongA: fellow student. Pn"an < P family. the Wilbur Soops ands I Dictors have long smnest- tire s"'"vice for a dlsabilirv / : I'l ..IK II \HMiOM 'PIIrt" .of pvoij-f of pulilli iitlnnf
C" >II -I><
, r-' ford. whose home Is in'iii'or. the Cecil Sapps In New e1 the use of pure aspirin tortlv incurred in. or Kravated by '. IlllM'tltHi. Si'ill.'il| tllil, \t5' tlilH n.. 1 II 1 v. 1 U., fl ntl.nm.nnmo. .. .
I I .1 'I Little Lucy Bradley gas 8my-1 '. ,... .. ti.-\v |II'i .
c- South Am!!rtca. H" I rna Beach. quick relict from a mi1Bfever ? his tlutv. ('I''t In rerelct o li> "- |lvd ) .< Mir liUlHliin i, .
f' M.m
been "i-eal sirk with the measles :IIN1111111.II.N.' I'lilil, Id-nil A VKMT .lai-k'K Ileatxw' lul!
"v H a few (+a'''i bpfor" I 'tr on to visit friends In past sonwill be interested L'I common qold or a minor Infection I :ompen atlon at I the time Jf! .'.ill.,, "r miriiliiM, pri.p.TtvTiei XV. II. | iiiki" ,...1."n r.jiin .
than! : Our sincere CTennvnter.Wcddlntr For infant : was! A ,Hun, Tllnlior.Illll .Ini-kHiinvllle, I l-iivHl.. County.l""r"1 .
wishes to all. : the Air Force. Douglas Is the dren. n..pirln U available Ir.flayovd from active service w11e" llllllIkH' ....?lllllllllllH. Hill I ''*.
) heartfelt good .. AnnlvenarleiMr j .Q n cf Rev. anfl MM. Mixie tpblrls of one ant: conditions other' than dls-! auvirl.ntlnr!. n. ,iv '... ..lit-i'i'"i'' 12. 4 III, II 20.jeed '
h ant Mrs. Blllv! Brr"rten -
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\ /1)1 Wilkinson one-qun"ter wralns. The ;J".se bnnnpnI.
celebrated their 17th wedldin":! I
I.' U v Mrs. Rare DohhwMr. Tom Mann of Glen St. varies with the age the I I
.' anniversary on December 17 :
at the home of Mr anl M's: Pbnne 41f1.26f\1! ) l Mai-ys visited! friends heroP'miiny child! and under the age: of : TilE RIGHT POINT for the I

:.. I Ira Stedham of !Smta\ Fe \ nftevnoon.! three: the dosage should bovpiTibrd I way you write. Como In and I,
Mrs H. Llndsey' Mr. and Mrs. Gerald O'I'- bv \ physl.'lan .I..t your favorite ESTRItIn
6 : t'0 VPVP re'phrif'.nu! fielr15th and E.
_. -'J'd." I 'had -' ", hand children Debbl ind generally aspirin will reduce
Br'>nlvfr irv as well asltr' .is frufsts i S'ln' iv. thel.: I
-r'-' ,. "'" iol.. 'i. t" >oO .. pad Mrs Robert Wovley.\ : daughter, Mrs Charles Sapp Mlkp were Jho'opln.ir' li> Jacksonville an ordinary fever In half an The "I..t, C'ourt Of Th.. II
t1.. Mordov. hour. The tcmperuttne KlKhlh Jnillclnl Clrrull fit i
hour to en -
!and '-'lughter. Joy Lynn of
who were celebratlnT thrlr I I KlorMn.. Pund For Urimriiri'' I
I 6th. I Lawtey.Mr. I A eood number of friends will remain down : 'mint?. 4huai'vrr c-.... S0,
FLORIDA PEST CONTROL j i Pttnnded the onen house forMrs from four to six hours. H. '1'. Thi'imis anti, his wiriSUHlt
They entertained all members and Mrs. Bill chil- i Til HUH( uiul F'b rut I,
Joyce Nornnn" an-1
Blown-I How does aspirin\ work .
of the three couples' Inn\ had as "guests Frld Bunk Bt sturkr. a 51anklnkrurp..rnl
dren in their beautiful new against fe-.er Briefly it sets! : loo. I'b, lnllffs' v
AND CHEMICAL! COMPANY families! with a delicious bal'- I Willis and son of 1\lc\tans-1: home Sunt'nv: afternoon. Into the blood circulation to I \'111111.,1, r'.i'n 1111,11111.111IIt1..II. :N I
becne. viie.: Tenn. '\ his lfv." Ji>M-i.>li W a
O. D. Dobbs was a Sunday reach the "thermostat" Ir carat" anti.. I.", IIIA.. ilnrvt hivirt1 .
I Terry Brre'en also oeleb'Mtpi :Mr. and Mrs. Alton Brown- luncheon (guest of :Mr.: andMrs. the brain and sets It for a \ I 1'iiHiinal' Il.tttlHta. and : '
hu and family of Jacksonville ( LI V lu KultlakA and A.I.. .ln lint
her 15th birthday anniversary \ ,
Amos Carlton
and snn.-- lower temuernture. This remits .
tlntii, his wife l ><*rciiiliiiilH.NOTIl'l "FLOATING"adding f o
. at this timi! and: visited their parents In Talatkj.M'1. I ;
, I : In !increis"d: boo! ; flow :; < "!" :Sl'lTTn
had: a beautiful birthday Mr. and Mrs.: Bill Bronln and Mrs Jam i Oren, : uvlo: HjtilHiii' old' 1 .Vili |Fnattiutx
to the skin and sweat'sptwith ..
hlH "Ir. ItrHlili'ii" '
I I ,pnl daughter of Jn; (nnvlllo'vlted : re"ultlivt heat loss ...1Cl ,911 Puvni'prpnri' .. Koiul" K". > h :
I i ii i J I II I >!''r *- : ...x51- ;. -- their grnndmotiurMri. : : ; fall In temperature. I'HtiT IlKtll.Vnu" ". :Nee York, I I'limiiiult. Hal machine in your ollice ?
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MalY Fre miii. Sunday I : art li'T" ...liy n..tirii. l Hi.u,'
Those a'tendinct the piano M Mill IlliM I I""..m ril"ll; .HrfC'illlH.
.It I In tli.' nlx.v. iillt, )l. ,
, II I recital at the home of Mrs I I.Joe I PRISON TO PRESENT:! : (yon'u""", /uml, yon /HIC 1".10'l "r.iirhi'il (the answer. Zlmitn&x M III
1 > Hill Williams In 1..1. k" !, :ML'SIC.AI. I'KKiltM: ; 'to I Illv Mnir,, .n.wu. .
I W wish ', lth Ilif, OliTk, "i 'llilv I'.nrl I
e \ I
Butler Sunday afternoon'were Inma'.PT, enrolled! in the .
v, '. rod... I.. HI'-V. /n i.p. ) 'thfi.inp (l'i.Hiir.ill> wry iifliro npeilspi: extra machine or two to
: Mr. and Mrs. Muriel! 3-Vicol pio rim at Florida: I to I-'IITI ii'1-5: :Ni.itliTwmi ; 'tllat noiii desk I\) (lark' stir executives, salesmen and '
Dobbs ana: children Mr. State Prison will! present n .
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Irma al I
:Mrs. Orin R'- -'-ilsh Jr. and; cnc-hnu1. Christmas mu .Irrtl I IIW"HI.: ) ; k. Kl.irlil.i.. n.it hit.l, I h'lpth.l\\ .' always having to borrow one of your

reeling daughter, 1'11"! Mr. and ]JI"- ironram': for the ,general, public tlliin/ .liinu.ir\.. ,. '... "I'iii7 higher; mat lime's. .
If > MI full t i. I"! N", .t"I i.pri i.-
166 C ..... Oiq':d Orlffls and daughler I i I on Tuesday. Dec. 17. aL I i i.nii SK > \\ III''in ciittT i Small t Olim. : Managers have found the UNlTRtX M-3 ideal
r L Mr. snJfrs.. Amos Cart- 7:30 The ..' you, for the rrtlf' ,!I..
'I : p. pl'oAl'am111 1".1", *.!! In .lit' .."iuplaJiil.Tlic for this purpose| !
'I' '"'' a. fhlM'-cn. Mr. nnd: be presented In the stool: I fiiitnti' ir sold, Null I..*
711. I Mrs. :Monroe Klttler. and sip ) iiirlltorlum! In the I tmln PI'III I IIIK Ih"I f.., nrt NU..r.., ..f 'il .niiirlK.IKK 1 (World's Smallest' l ElrclricAdding. / MacliintCOMPARE ))
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I IZ i .yJar{} ? 1 r I and Randy: Blum wei" on. The public 1 I.; cordialy in- I .. n-iil/ |irnp. *>ri.in. ttniiirmiC'liinly. / TlltSl- DUniANIJlNC' / fCATUKIS:
I 6 N rmnlr' ,, ''ho" fl'"m R< lford : vlt?.:J. Florid. .luvll.' .
r t 7ir: A II-BI-I "I It,, ..1,1 >"itiiati.l/ II U Quality. lUiill J Precision .Made (10-11 Opicily: 0 Credit
et.t'nr1lr'l' t',1. :!,> \ I ..
GVr Ifs, :NortliciiMt/ iiu.iri'r 'it 1 Hrc Balance OVs 1// ...
D Takes
st'1"'Or, Of their| fitter nnd | Burial Benefits lion. :l-. Ti'wiiHlilp, ,I; li :SouthHandi ; : Weighs just ) same rlesk space
k IIl ,I <.-..n"fathsr' T''f. A. Carlton. all I IHollhronn 2a ,1.: I Itrmirnn.I'lMinty ." .. as a phone n fast 100 cycles per minuteUIDSOME i *
Are AvailableFor I'Mrn'lila." Mini 'I. -InN
17ty s + Farinas Monday U iion. pitrtli' .iilarlv fli.Ni'rllM.t, .I! at ; :
n'aht.' About 40 relatives and 1 VeteransBurial rullouC'lilnniini- ( CARRYING CASE INCLUDED FREE
i at. I !II)I..' Solit l li.> ji. si,
ir to all friends enjoyed the oe a.-iuli( uriiiT uf Hi". .S'.irthi-iiHI, MIIiii.f -
with him. bencfis up to f J50'ale i.r Hi'i, tlou. 'I2.::! Ti>\\ a lni,I> i, I
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I I Ii Mr. and M"s. James! A,1diion available from the Voter- ,,,. .V.it"ill, n id at, .. t I' in rill .-
I ... .. .. .. . '
were slioopln la Jackoinvllle BUS Administration to li.iHl: .1 IIL ''H'' '
i \ help J ,, ., '.. I -- ,
i 1 e Saturday.' Wjiii'.j! \ ;' Vi 1.I t ti> ii p.-iiii rim i h II.

z V there theylslted his sitter \: "I

1 x 1J.. xt_ Pat r"It MII. I

t 1I I I I 'nt,'f TryStarve i


1966 = / Id I II To nowl i :

tar I r-:7j A Fever

And best wishes. 1ft. It be known that i ehti.-',
''n vour homo hpi a fryer an4

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PINEHURST GROCERY I IIEHHELL BUD YAfN AND EMPLOYEES( ; OF I of the folio" '"II'! ,..>,..<-....tft-! ". at the present rate

""""lie h'm and 1nhn\
PEES: up
:\ & (MKIST5NE: : r
W. S. Badcock Furniture & Appliances sweat.

Iliwiiy 100 South! Opposite/ Sotithnide School "Get the blankets off .1:.l:

l\ssociateStore 1 Vli m ,'oul""Vol1'L IN TIt.AIU) ); :.\ OUTSIDE; TKADI; AREA
Starke.. Florida i iII I: i feed him 'rfever.

i ." 1 YEAR . . 3.50 1 YEAR . . 4.00
I "Fwd n fever, and starve a

I cold In recent van, as' nr-dlf ,1 1 6 MONTHS . .. 2.00 6 MONTHS . 2.25
'leni-e 1" irv-1' n'oou'

't f fI the m'-"h''nnns! of fp1 1 Pl' :amore

I .i-)-\, -. :, *." has deflnlt"we pvnlvrd. .of 1h.l'It. ;; New Renewal Subscriptions Accepted at This Rate Until! January -

Just 'whnt! livs r f vi. r :sin: >- or

I'' I h tfy.' When the bo'v's temocrnt.ure -

V /f'r 111 rites ul\>T.e normal -

I t I It 9H.6 deirrres rim II v It I-t a 1 1967.

H L sign that ormthlnI.\ Is wvntv
with Its BbWtv ti re"nlnre "

heat. In other word! the halo

.1 I li. prortucln" heat faster bun
apli H i* bctnt; lost.

This\ Is not alwavs a SMIOU\ *

H H I "problem.tetnoorature"IIrrenI'm! For show Instance due an to clay excitement manv ite'- JANUARY 1, 1967

P kyl In ctlvr I"bnn".s--e.-
I IL Iv > W Pr
1 r ppolallv at this time of V' lr-

H the fever may Indicate nothInr SUBSCRIPTION RATES WILL BE
IIIi ,
1 more thin' a common .oIJ

While some fevers may not because

II1lIIp ( foiId t for great: worry, an elevated -

temperature combine'1'with
In, ,, \ other symptoms sho-.il'l" : IN TRADE) ; AHEA: OUTSIDE; TUADE AHEA

-. V =- -.... I be brought' tjy the attention of
--=- ii g j your -hy ldan. | 1 Year 4.00 1 Year $4.50

ut x .grey Contrary to folk trentmtnts'' :

for fever. physicians today nd- '

: Seasons vise against bundling u,) a. 6Months--------2.50'

!i To all our friends. old 4f'and *.' feverish' person In a hot room 6Months--------2.25
usually they a.'vUlight: bco 1 ::

covering: a oooltsh room -
new. but no dl'aft'to help th*

.GreetingsFARMER'S \. body get rid of excess heat. :

Instead of "star lnn 'ev
.. a
.. .u.. .-.. ___ er." physicians surest 'hat Bradford' County TelegraphTrn'n

MANN'S SHELL SERVICE you plata: your\ child on a :il r.virrftpn.
htah! -'-''tamin 1'.r' (
MUTUAL ALVIN MANN with plenty of fluids. Studies

STOIU: 435: ;) E. Madison Street have shown that high tern:??'
YOUR CO-OP I aturea burn up proteins. car

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1M. IIVJ.1&-PfAoo' To Goi. foi/", i CJtjotl'llwvjiTo-{ ; !
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Mk4ttt29laB*'>4fc>H i*i : :' \ -=* .n- 4J\Wl'J'I'!! -= :awu: DIXIE DARLING FROSTINGS & MIX OR MATCH //

-. Cake 4/'l/ : '
3Mi.-.es. Dessert Dish

Regular' 25* No. ;
Each week a piece or Sheffield Dinnerware will be featured
Broad Breasted L Fruit i Cocktail I S$1No. / ; for |lust 9tf For each $5 in grocery purchases,
r you arc entitled to one puce at thi. low nce. There's
w no limit with a $10 purchase you can get two
i,r, ; pieces and so on. -
QUICK ::1 I Sliced Peaches 4/1./ I


FROZENI 4/s1/ ony! _

Drawn W. K. Corn 6/1/ ,
With Every $5 Purchatfct *
tr r Regular 2/49" .No. 303 Con LIBBY (uej'***

10 LbS. Up Sweet Peas 5$1No. / ',-

2V4 Can THRIFTY MAID CUT SWEET Reg $1 I 79 12Pk. FISCHER'S NRB Sold Only In Store With, Beer & Win Llcini

Potatoes. 4/1/ AIeoreer..5159

T k 12' DIXIE DARLING BROWN 8-or. DIXIE DARLING' => Sold Only n Stores With Beer & Wine Llceni
u.r eys Bsert V\fl9S\
ROLLS 2/35 MIX 29''

STUFFING Rigulor 12 $1 I I. .l 'Cur* rui-K ALL FLAVORS keyulor\ or Low Col

!!IGJ..4r.r..J\; ;; >:.ttM'h;; r". ..i.....:::.. :::;;:tr}. BUNS 39( MIX 31\1\ I
1"F :: ; Sof I.. 15/$1.| /

COCONUT t CAKE..T.! .T. 5 Lb Bag: SOUTHERN BISCUIT: Limit/ I with, $500 order,
BAKING I HENS . L9 3 9/ CAKE. 59 99

;Bl <&*/ qyj U e 0 45 ;
Regular" 69<( 5- Bog PILLSBURY

ROAST 98 ST AK 58Marshmallews 2/491 tf :. 5 5
4 Lb. tI; Lb. t 0 l o o eo. ,
2/49* 3'-b'' Con ASTOR'rure Ve-jtlaLle"! Lirr.it, I with $500 orJur.Shs"te3Wiq .

leg, 2/35 No Can 6 9
Beef Stew LB. 78;! Plate Stew LB. 28; Pumpkin : 2/25 : 0 sf
It Tay p ; u tl
U. S. CHOICE W-D BRAND BEH W-D BRAND 5-lb. Pkg. Plus 100 Free Stomps I-oz. CRACKIN' *

Short Ribs LB 38l Ground ihcoSj.99 Saliines GOD.PATY3/89: : = (B1f ..tTI $e. 49;


Pork Roast ":.49 r Pork' Hams' \0 37 r Craokers GOOD BACON F AVORED! : t @'!f@ t1Hraa se. '" 9;

L Crackers I Lb Can ASTGr( ; R r JUlor. Cr,,;:> or Fn'
PALMETTO FARMS 14-oz. Cup 2Z' -Ib./ HONEYSUCKLE 3/891t
; 12-01. Pkg. ee", HONEYSUCKLE W/Grovy .' $3.39 28-oz. CRACKIN' GOOD PIZZA FLAVORED iii l$ tlV :oI.t.-a> 0 0 0 ;


10/14 LB. WHITE 14-O2. Cup PALMETTO FARMS 28-or. CRACKIN' GOOD BIG "60" P:. ... 6 9J

HONEYSUCKLE TURKEYS 49< PIMENTO CHEESE 690 Family Cremes 391t .O o o e <.
1 11 I 16 Pkg. LAND 0 SUNSHINE Limit I with $5.00 order
t ARMOUR STAR GEESE ?. 59f! CREAM CHEESE ". 29? "eg. 2/494 N o. 300 Can Thrifty Maid
FROZEN 12-ci. Pkg. KRAFT'S INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED Cranberry Sce. 2/29''"' J..; "ijl z1 J t'l \.*;. rr JSWIFT'S 6 9;
o e
TURKEY DRUMSTICKS ?. 390 CINNAMON t ROLLS 2/390 Napkins. 2/49/ Alum. Foil 49;

TURKEY WINGS L 390 CANNED BISCUITS e. 6/49 Reg. 2942's SOFT WEVE Reg. 67( .18" ALCOAAllini. ,i"'

CHICKEN GIZZARDS U. 29c 1-lb.SLICED Pkq SUPERBRAND CHEESE FOOD L. 590 Tissue. . .241 Foil 59


POT A TQES 10 .le.a'' 59< ICE CREAM. 2 '/i CTNS.GAL. $1.

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LARGE STALKS (Galen Hearts 2911 3-oi. Pkq CELLO
FRESH CELERY .. 2/29 FRESH RADISHES ... : ; ._ 5<<
x SWEET JUICY *-. ,u. s No. 1y ; Orange Juice 6/99x/ Mince eat Pies 3/s1./
I Lb. << .L*
;2.. Bag Bog 2-Lb. Bog FROZEN FRENCH BREAKSTONE (Pint)

.L> < 4 FRESH JUICY Lb < LARGE SIZE Fry Potatoes 31./ Sour Cream 45

..' CRANBERRIES! I II :I 29<* FRUIT SALAD .../. 59\ Strawberries I 3/1./ Cauliflower I 4/1./
YOUNfi & TENDER I WARGE SNOW WHITE HEADS Leaf Spinach 6/s1./ Baby Limas 4/1./

J POLE BEANS D iii a' 2 lbs 39 CAULIFLOWER !I Head 39* PET RITZ Pkg.( of 2)) 10-oz. Pkg. ASTOR SUCCOTASH or

) FRESH GARDEN I RED Pie Shells 39 Brussel Sprts 41.fXTRU /
IN ( GREEN ONIONS 10 t SWEEyEOp 4 59< ; .
.O tJUoaj : : ; Bunch {bs.
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F 6 111 .... '''''TH : "' 1 PAN naoi I BMANO 1I Jbl TOP WHIP' cS"" VTnAK ON \ J"'I. 1
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r ( Is It?) d-1 *1erp For Today's Homemakers ,%' b bBy

WIlt JTtrf rtt BUtt By RiiMwII Kay 4, Martha Sue .McCain

Chrlstmashopping has
always irked me I suppose It + County Extension

y,-0 goe.back to the Wise Men Horn Economics Agent i"
,trt&In; these last few days before and their gins at the manger -

Christmas it seems unfitting to but I certainly don't feel ......-- -.-

be preoccupied with the more sor- like a "wise man" while bat-
tllnsr department store NUTS FOR THE while warm.
did aspects of our civilization that .. (" -'.
\) crowds, hastily viewing .he HOLIDAYS Glazed Nuts
ao often occupy the mind and de- ., ::-- "' })f",", -%;'/ various displays and fighting Nut flavor depends) !' on the Put one cup shelled< MI' ,
mand attention of editorial] writ- .: '..' oils ,
: 11. off eager clerks who are they contain, thereforeuse one-fourth cup sugar i
ers such things as the war in > ;: continously asking. "Can I them promptly and Pro dash of suit In a large hr u

Vietnam crime in the street: help you?" oNSIOERFCl' oN L tect them from air. heat.. skillet. Cook, over mt'd"m' ,

juvenile delinquency and I appreciate their solicitude and moisture. Keep nuts!' In heat, stirring e nsta.\'' ,

the; problems of government and but nobody can help airtight containers in the r'- Cook until sugar melts .r J

politics, both state and national mI". I am jostled about in a. Iterator after the container turns a rich. golden <.'d.I !<
to few. daze.- If I could just settle for : $ LPFuLP4ss has been opened, or In the I At this point nuts haw a.
name a
frankincense and myrrh and freezer in easily usable glossy even coating of
( Such problems were with u, be confident that relatives and amounts, such ,as one cup of upl. Transfer nut mixture) to
yesterday are with us today; ? -- Mmr friends would be pleased with ItaotcINGINSPIRATON- nutmeats. When buying nuts: waxed paper or a greai I

and will be with us tomorrow.For r, Z such gifts !it would be a lot for holiday baking rememberto cookie sheet. Cool ligh'l" .

this one week of the year, let easier. buy extra amounts for separate. nuts.

us forget these matters and give But I know in my heart that candles, the nutbowl, stuffing How To Remove

our undivided attention to the my grandson would much for poultry sandwich fillings Christmas. : Stains.

man whose birthday we celebrateon 41 rather have a tommygunand salads and for sprinkling Best trick to remember I t't! :

December 25. 4 his mother a bottle of : ELF FoRGEr1 ?L files over cooked vegetables. work fast. Most stains Channel :No. 5; her husband a I Blanching NutmeatsCover be removed from wash.Ih e
The following paragraphs were
bottle of Five Star Heruif>jsy. shelled!!':! Brazil nutsor fabrics with soap or de -
published in the Memphis Com But on my Income, the almonds with cold water. gent suds if soaked on -HP .>.-

mercial-Appeal] ] on December 12, number of such gifts I can \ HoUGPHY1Kut.wcs VFppp Bring to boll. Simmer two or ed almost as fast as '"..t'V>

1912 and were at once recognized buy at today's prices are limited. t three minutes Drain. Add happen.

us one of the enduring editorials Of course. there are I cold water: drain. Pinch each Some stains dissolve best

of all time. They have been reprinted variety of lesser gifts such aspen Ir Fppp ; flAlAKI'M nut to slip skins. Tht-k- In cold water. otherin ''no'

innumerable times since and pencil sets, neckties, shelled nuts should be pla.-ed water. Here are dlrectlo'm> >
piper weight, stuffed cats t. ; In a shallow pan) in an oven- treating common hOIl"V:' <
their first publication and are
monogrammed/ matches ind TI set at 250 degrees, for about stains:
just as true today us they were countless similar items, but i pp 20 minutes or until skins Alocohollc Beverage' 3ciik'

then. who wants to break, loved loosen Rub with
a. r.g a coarse or sponge with cool wi'i er
,' one's heart when they open ,.a; > S'd towel or fingers. Toasting!' promptly then wash la> wiumsud.s.

There is no other character in such a gift wrapped:! Item on I""t\- 1 $ f.itbr5rw,) E, improves flavor and makes! !'! .

history like that of Jesus Christmas morning? : :. < '.,: them easy to slice Candle Wax: Scrape >rr

As a preacher, as a doer of Then I got to thinking' 'ANO A : ; !Salting Nuts excess wax with ,a ::111.*' .
things, and as a philosopher, no about the gifts I had given in '-oft:F. '. Whole or nutmeat bits-to knIfe Place stained spot i)*-
Rsaosa 'l
man ever had the sweep and vision acharacter years gone by. What had happened Y 4ft.r oYououR. sFARMER'S one cup nuts add one tablespoon tween white blottei'J,
to them? I looked .. ;;
of Jesus. :H salad oil. Brown in i press with hot Iron T n
b about) the house to find some moderate oven. Stir often. rub spot with cold laul. II'
A" human analysis of the human
of them.I Drain on paper towels. Salt turpentine and wash In wn m
actions: of Jesus brings: to view a found a manicure set suds

rule] of life that i is amazing in its because character is of tucked away in the wife's DIARYand

perfect detail. } dresser!! drawer. If it had ever A long soaking rain last tr
importance than dollars. they thank the people
more \
The of ethics that Jesus been used nobody could remember -
system weekend helped 'the straw-
Other men taught us to develop for trying to support. the
taught during His earthly so- when. Many of the berry crop and Wintergreens, venture. *
journ nearly 2,000 years ago was systems of government. Jesus items had found their way to gave new life to pastures and .
taught so as to perfect the minds "Goodwill" the "SalvationArmy"
or \
down the
clover and wet
I. true then, has been true in every Enjoyed a visit with Law-
of men. Jesus looked to the soul, If not the ash can woods thus reducing fire SERVICE MENAND
century since, and will be true ton Conner, who celebratedhis
while other dwelled months ago.
forever. men on ma- hazard brought on by tae 90th birthday last Satur-
In bureau drawer 1
terial things. my drought. urday. along with his, grand WOt :Mr
Plato thinker and .
was a great found seven sets of cuff links
After this experience of 2,000years bon Commissioner of Ajfi! ,1 .
: ]learned: in his age, but his teachings 'three tie clasps two Imitation The berry crop is co.nlnz; culture who
Ij I did not stand the test of no man can find a flaw in leather wallets and two pairsof along good according to ,that c'uy: Doyle., was 38 on -;, 1

; time. In big things and little the governmental system as out- heavy knit wool socks 'seat Market Manager Bob Allen. .

things, times and human exper- lined by Jesus. Czar and kaiser, me by an old maid aunt in who reports that the firs; In a short chat with r--------- +se h hw 1TIJ1St

t ience have shown that he erred. president and socialist, give to its Duluth who had knitted them fruit of the season was pick- By Sam McGarvey Orandfather Conner, he said

Marcus Aurelius touched the complete merit their admiration.No "Just for me.' ed recently. However!! dUd to he was born near Macclenny
Now I seldom wear a shirt several, cold wives, there will
man today, no matter and to Bradford
reflective mind of the world, but came CountY'when
whether he follows the doctrineof that requires cuff links' I be few "Christmas" berries! he was 14. He is hale St
he cold and brown
was austere as never wear a necktie: unless I this season. As a means of protecting
:Mills Marx George to and hearty at his and
or as age
marble. have to gain 'admittance: to our place we had fire lanes
't The doctrine of Confucius gave property, can find a false principlein some swank establishment Pecans bowed out on tare ploughed by the Florida Forest attributed grinned when it to we asked thehnd if he

a great moral and mental dry rot. Jesus': theory of property.In once or twice a year. I have farmers' market as the last Service. This service is' work of following a mule Robert James Thai uKM3 'm> ,

The teachings of Buddah re- the duty of a man to his fel- been using the same wallet for sale of the season was held!: free on a limited scale and when farming son of Mr and MJ

suited in mental and moral chaos low, no sociologist has ever approximated 10 years or more and like It. last Thursday with a lI'' I never fount! a pair of wool of which sold mode for. larger operations. .
th.- perfection of the : nuts Lake was presented a- ape 1\\
and makes India derelict today. The family presented Mr.Conner
doctrine laid down by Jesus in His socks I could crowd Into a pah'of at goof' prices. Seedlings end with award of appreciation to' ,
Mohammed offered of a newfangledcontraption :
with of The display!' of Christmas
shoes degree during
any mixed varieties sold well guidance and teachlnl 01I'+ ''v
ethics, which was adopted by mil- Sermon on the Mount. comfort and while I appreciate the market season and berries is especially pretty powereil an electric- corpsmen. Hospiraln> I''
e lions of peopleow their children !- Not all the investigation* of the thoughtfulness!' of top varieties brought arouivl this season' They grow on a \ easy chair, which Thornton is stationed !h

live in deserts where once chemists, not all the discoveries of those who have my welfjrs at 37 cents a pound. Total vol small-leif: variety of holly, raises or lowers" by control. the Navy in Yokosuka, in-

were cities, along dry rivers, explorers, not all the experiences heart. I retain thee gifts leaving ume for. "the season: was In which thrives In wet loca- and which switch.vibrates What throu'ihanother far Airman Ronald L. Magyars pan

where once there was moisture, of rulers, not all of the historical it to my .heirs to dispose of excess of 100000 pounds. or tions and may be seen In this wonderful a is !, son of Mr. and Mrs. John -
make the when the time comes. about' double that of last profusion In swampy spots cry present Magyar! of Rte 2, Starke. has
4 and in the shadows of gray, barren facts that go to up sum from the old rocking chair Pfc Cleveland Dwi: f
s of human knowledge today in Then! the holiday season, as year. along the roadside been assigned ''to Sheppard wife Shirley. !lives in S';' 'I',
hills where once there was are or. the porch, with ,a cow- :
it is gaily termed has other Air Force Base in Texas after ,
contradiction to one word utteredor hide Heat. The old chair did Is serving with the 1. J'
\ greenness. demands that cause me annoyance A light freeze lust w ek Attended; the Starke Jaycees completing basic training. A Calvary Division In 'J
laid down by not vibrate but if it it did.
Thomas Aquinas was a profound one principle headaches and men- froze up some water pipes annual Christmas Party 1966 graduate! of BUS. Air- Nam. His unit Is now loci.. i
that was!' signal to get
J philosopher, but parts of his Jesus.! : tal disturbance. It I.!* tht cus- and pumps. It, not one of our for children at the Civil Defense for It was a about to collips up. man Magyar! will be trainedon in the central hi"h' "II"s:
system have been abandoned. The human experience of 2,000 tom in our neighborhood to polnsetttos and lowered the building last Saturdayand the job as a supply spec- along the Cambodia ior-

} Francis Assisi was i hrUt-like ;years show that Jesus: never made decorate the yard with festoons boom on a bill Turk's Cip enjoyed it almost a> Once attain this season it ialist with tht Air Training der near Pleiky.
his of light! bulbs/ sleiyhs.!' plant In the front! yard but much as the youngsters did. Command. *
in saintliness but in some u mistake. Jesus never uttered a hour pleasure to extend to Pvt Davis: entered ne
Santi Clauses!' ,I"t'in-jeerll, Imi- did no other damage at oar The Jaycee!' by the W1 ', --
that Army in July 1965. nnd
he i
i things was childish. doctrine that was true at all the renders!' of The Telegraph ,
tation snow, holly wreath place ArourH Starke we noticed were unable to through h .II ''AW
go ed overseas the foin' 1111J
Thomas A. Kempis' Imitation of time and then became obsolete. our best wishes for :a
and everybody tries to out do that the poinsettias; with a sale of Christmas!' of- :
Christ is a thing of rare beauty Jesus spoke the truth, He lived happv and thankful Chrl-l- >" November.
his neighbor In presenting .'
were hit hard purlieu Ijrly! trees!' because they could not
for In It
and sympathy, but it is, as its the truth, and truth eternal. unique and colorful displays to mas. so many ways It .
r' '
Pvt. Thomas J
those in loci lions. get trees from
exposed : a supplier I is the best day of the year.
name indicates, only an imitation. History has no record of any the delight! of merchandisers ;1j worth, son of Mr. and .1

Sir Thomas Moore's Utopia is other man ]leading a perfect life or and the electric company. tostn. Wayne Hollingsworth It

yet a dream that cannot be real doing everything in logical order At the risk of a sprained ankleor / Route I, Starke. has cum'

ized. Jesus is the only person whose a broken shoulder I climb and! ant Senior Patrol (", aler. ing. holding parties!' receivln t here overnight or bY the ,'. ed a radio relay and r .r
Lord Bacon writing on chem- every action and whose every utterance up on a shaky from hell to Steve Kirkland: Patrol Lead- awards and many other things week or month. This will operation course at the 'rnvol'
string lights
istry and medicine, under the strike a true note in the breakfast, but somebody In the ers Robin Mullins, BudJV! remember, "follow the rui- just be another tool to help Southeastern Signal S '. ,,

,: glasses of the man working in a heart and mind of every man block with more money and Paterson. and Mal k Craw sed road." jell peor-'c' on our area. Fort Gordon course Oa Dunu12week lit .

twentieth century laboratory, is born of woman. lie never said a steadier. nerves always makesme !' Ebble ford. Assistant Knight.l Patrol Leader ....................., We are pleased to an- 1 trained to operate ,10'! "
puerile. foolish thing, never did a foolish look like a rank amateur.In nounce that the official result j types of field telephone "ie-
The following committeemen -
The world's most learned doctors act and never dissembled.No my book, Christmas is all were at the mfe'.tn't: of the Chamber's recent graph and radio rein. ,!> p-
until a hundred and fifty poet, no dreamer, no philosopher right for kids -but a bis- fat Carl Sewell Ernest, I'ntz.: R SHOP TALKBy Board of Directors election is; ment
blood and! pain the neck for :adults Merry : as follows: rejection by the
years ago, gave loved humanity with the O. Paterson M. A. Baldwin -
and dl l that
ground tails of lizards and shells love that Jesus bore toward all Christmas! R. S. Mulllns!' and C B 1'1'1""megaI' Peter J. Novak Chamber membership to
Jazz! three-year terms were T. L.
of eggs for certain ailments. The .

treat surgeons of a hundred years men.Who, then, was Jesus? On Saturday DPC. 17 the General Manager Casey J. Charles Jr. Randal Sawyer.Chitty New und

ago bled a man if he were wounded. He could not have been merelya TROOP 70 Scouts went on an annual .. ..A.uAa..e..u..asIt Board members elected for a
field meet in Gainesville. s: .
man, for there never was a man SCOUT NEWSBy three-year term were Mrs. .
Napoleon had the world at his who had two consecutive! thoughts' Those Haddock.attending Robin Mullins.were: Bruce Eb- was good to get back to Loyree Cocomlse. Ernie Patz. Pfc William O. Dixon son

feet for many years, but when he absolute in truthful perfection. Mike Glss,. Scribe ble Knight Paul West. Bud some week's work"Shop starting Talk."with !last and Clyde Terwlllegar. Our son of Mrs. O. O. Dixon

died the world was going on its Jesus must have been what dy Paterson Stan Sewell. congratulations and best completed basic training at

way as if he had never lived. Christendom proclaims Him to be Thursday Dec. 15. the Boy Woodrow Orlffls!' am Michael Our administrative assistant !' wishes Fort Gordon, Oa. and graduated

Jesus!' taught little as to prop- a divine being or He could Scouts of Troop 70 heM a. OIssy. During the meet Mrs.!' Hegg has been busyat We t thank all who participated from a course !in heavy 1tIp.

erty because lie knew there were not have left behind those things! weiner roast!' from 5:30: to the Scouts!' attended the following the office wrIting levels in the annual ChristmasParade !' equipment maintenance at 1h*
6:30: after which they held a of welcome last week. Abel'ceen.d.! ; and Fort Leo,
1 y things of more importance than which Jesus gave the world as a uniform inspection. events: rope rlimbln/i.: to newcomers <.o .
He map symbols trail sluns patrol our community as well as the We want to wish you all a Va. After training he arrived j
property. taught much as to heritage. of
then held Court
They a .
routine office work In Vietnam last September
i1 run. crawling pyramid; such as! very merry Christmas!' and I :
Honor In which the following the distribution of 25 and is serving with tnt
h patrol snake compass couse.fire our new we will see you next week. :
boys received!:!, awards" : Ten- by flint and !steel' flagpole Industrial:! brochure to orginIzatlons 581st Supply C.. 98 S Sc S

derfoot Leon Manning, raising. !Morse\ code. and agencies! Inter- !SELECTIVE! SERVICETO Bn., on active duty againstthe ,:' 'V &*$" #?r'**
The Bradford County Telegraph Gerald Orlffls! Stinley Se- They left at 8 a. m. and ested in our development CLOSE.: :\IO iD.\y Viet Conff.! i gflnr iit& >

well. Randy Pass. Paul West got back at about 5. Every The routine distribution of Selective Service Board No. He would like very muchto &

QRID,4 Established 1879E. and Terry Gaines: Second year the Scouts see who !has city maps to people Interested 18 will be closed!' MondJV. hear from all friends tnd
Class awards: Mike Olssy. been to the most meetings. in our area the answering Dec. 26. :Miss Dorothy Mills home folks at the following:

L.Editor. MATTHEWS Randel Zlpperer, Curtis Lee. Whoever has, receives a pin. of telephone and mall Inquiries will replace the clerk :loll S. address: pre William O. .

and Publisher David McRae and Richard The Scout that has been to !' assistance In locating Rhoda Dampier for two Dixon. RA14952697 581st E-2 Robert POWI-,
a Wimpy: first class award. the most meetings! this! year housing!' sending out of Supply Co. 98 S&S Bn., APO Mr. and :Mrs.\ John, t'
C" Florida' Oldest Weekly Buddy Paterson. Last but not is a tie between Buddy Pat- Christmas letters to our weeks while she is on lelH e. 96238 San Francisco Calif. of 1218 Bradford\
Newspaper PublUheU Contfsiuowly least Merit Badges: Jim The office will also be closed
C/ 1968 erson and Robin Mulllns who membership, and many other ing a leave ut norm'
IIQt :Manthead. fader the Same Shuford, Mike McRae, Curtis were both at 30 meetlnas.! activities are Just a small Monday, Jan. 2.CIIRISTI Pfc Lucian L. Oasque, son pletlng basic trim,.
Lee and David McRae. who Because of the tie they will part of the Chamber of of Lctrrand C. Oasque of Campbell. Ky iiiu! '
PublUhed Earh Thursday and Entered a* Second |L'kw won swimming badges, and both receive pins. Who Commerce activity ; \S PUOOR.AM Starke recently arrived In Guerilla! Warefait r
Matter at the Poet Office at Starke, Fla. Bruce Haddock who received knows next year it may bayou AT IIEII-BROVN CHt'HCII Vietnam with his unit the Fort Gordon Ga.

Under Act of March 8, 1879. two merit badges for pets We are presently working: The annual Christmas program 446th Transportation Co., At the end of I'1-! :'" r\

In Trade Area, 1 Tr. $3. 4>: a Mo. f .OO. and llfesaving. IMPORTANT: : Any boy of on a trip-suggestion! bro- will be presented at previously located at Fort January 3. he will :.etiu t
The officers elected this 11 to 13 who' wants to .l Join chure which, we plan on ask Meade. Md. Fort Gordon and '.\ ':
'Ollt.14. Trade Area: 1 Yr. H-fl; Mo.: "..23.J follows Junior Heilbronn Baptist ChurchFriday
year are as : the Boy Scouts may call Mr ing hotels, motels!' restaur- Dec. 23, at 7:30: p. m Pvt. Casque 'a mechanic In later in the month foi ain
Assistant' Scoutmaster Bruce
David ants and service stations In the employed Viet Nam. Befo -
Montgomery. Scouts Everyone Is cordially Invitedto company. was : i
Haddock: Senior Patrol have a lot of fun by camp- the area to distribute to attend. In Leesburg* before entering the service lost Juli: {'t,> a
Leader, Stanley Gay AssUt- folks who might be staying! the Army. attended BHS.BRAOFOEO .

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27. at the Educational Building r vvvvvyvvVvvvVvvyvyvvMELROSF. .1r ,', Crystal Lake : Indians Remain UndefeatedWith II

/ of the community I NEWS NOTESBy

KEYSTONE HILITES Church will start promptlyat r J S F FBy ClubOrganized

6 will o'clock.It be. followed by a Helen Egan \ 69-32 Win' Over Fort \White I

L By Jim Fox special musical and candlelight Sally Rothhlmml'r.A. : ;

:. Please Phone In Your Items 473-1118 progl'am.Ve hope to ................... JlOm I.\IEItS CUB KuyHlono won two of threeat Keystone; 16 17 24' l in 1\1\

i have_ all our members' ,_ _their !Mcinbsis of the Keystone I Property owners In the Fort White Friday nIght' ns Ft." White 9 11 :3 7 ;i"|

families and guests with us, SChOOL NEWS MeRae-Lftke Geneva Home- Crys-tal Lake area of Brad- an easy I Carl Hewitt 10-3-23: Stw
-- I Cub Activities to the parents when Santa to enjoy this holiday jialhe'- FHA Party' was School held at after theMelrose makers Club held their annual I ford and Clay!: counties met 1 69-32 the win Varsity to remain' undcfeat- Brokas) 7-1-15: Donald.: 0'|

made surprise visitto ing. High Christmas party-lunch December 10 to organize the Steen 3-2-8 Johnny Moon, 3-i
; The monthly meetin: of Claus a I led in season: play.
Cub Scout Pack 305 held on \the meeting. Being his Mrs.!! C. H. Haberstroh l is school Thursday aftern.on.President eon at the City Electric hal: Crystal Lake Civic Club. | The "B" team I paced by Sandy 1-7; Tommy Trieste :U-o-8 [

: Friday evenin-B. Doc. 16. was genelous self he gave candyto chairman of this holida/ Phyllis Harperpresided ) on December 14. Twenty-'ive I Officers elected were: Jo- Gruson and :Mike. :\1111'1, h'eI M. Brnlcas: 3-0-6' Wi.neJ"

opened, with a flag ceremony the children. event. Hostesses are Mrs. :! over the meeting. members came laden .with l seph L Huvhcs. president: I with ten points each: defeatedthe Homer 1-0-2: Gary Letiu: 1.
John Bird. Mrs. F. Tolle.'. There was initation of new Christmas E. M. Owens, 1st vice president 47-
conducted by Cub Scout. Don Wingate was awardedhis gifts goodies for the Ft. White "B" quad 0-2.
Mrs. R. Bridges. E. flaynor memb'rs.! Joyce Isieette.; Oloria I : H. T. Dent 2nd vice-
Donald WlnRate. Kevin Wy- Wolf badge. which was Mrs. table and decorations to I 11. I 1 1I

man and! Mike Methvln. The presented to him by his and Mrs. Axel Ma.lmg'-en. Hill. Susan Read. Lynn :I. add to the festive atmosphere presidentand Marie W. The Keystone girls' team I I 1i

Invocation was given! bv : Me'her.' & Bruce Bannon: received Mrs Wlnstone Little. Gen Sturtlvant and Carolyn Ben- of the season. ]II Dent. secretarytreasurer.I suffered their second defeat of I i I

Father WiflIainVorstafl.]. his on -yeJr ser ice lor director of District! :3 s of ton. Christmas music was I Hostesses wore president I Objectives of time! club Include the season bowing to a taller KEEP YOUR RECORDS

Barry' pin. and Kevin Bannon wat, the Florida Federation! otVroman's enjoyed while refreshmentswas elect. Mrs. Mildred Pay-ton. boating tafetv. better I I more expel'lenct.quud./ 38-IH.: ,
Assistant Cubmaster. : I
being served; after the I and general!I II fa. rlGftI '
Den !Motlie.1. presented a Silter arrow. \ Clubs. was gpiestnt Mrs. Emily Ison. an-i;!. Mrs police protection. Carl Hewitt led the Indiansto : .. .
Wyman. :ani: I mretln Other officers are benefit -
Decorationswere Improvements to property third straight victoryi (
Fran Turknett. led some of1 Cubmaster Jack Bnnon announced "Pllkpr the busl.iesi Hazel Davis. ..:. I' I .
I Vice President. Maria Yar- .
!I ILake
Crvstt Broka.;
of the
owners 23 Stefan ,
of Mrs. Amies with points.
mpptln'f? of the KeystaneHeinhts In charge i
the Cubs in singing Christmas t that the airplane A'J ,.
brougti Secretai-y. Judy Sapp u .
Woman's Club. held., and Mrs. Jeanette Cuendef., 1...... .rI.' ...' area. | came In second with 15. :
: carols while the remain- models would be flown on Treasu-er, Joyce Klemons I The club membership will!!! II i Rocky RyaU: and WilbcrtI
I Iherlace Tul''' !lv. Dec. 13. at thc and Mrs. Nettie Lagasse.
Ing1, boys trimmed the ChristIna January 8 at 3 p. m. Parliamentarian. Put. Cum- Jane McMurtry
Nelson Clay : be composed of PI'OPl".tvOWnf'l'S I Hunter were hlg-h point 'men
I Mrs. Margaret
tree I Use cnttin of th? to assemble will be an- Muniripat Building.! :
bus. Historian. Betsy Huff installed living on Crystal for Jo'JI"t"hiLe 'with nine points ,
0 tree. wa*' a result of their ac- I nntmw:? at n liter 1atel. Thr Mrs. Llttl.'s tonic! wnt C. Ir pp\\,>n'tp,.. Iivnn, Stnr-'ivant.! AMotherDsu"hter County Council agent olfiters -- Is Engaged i I ak:!. or d locpnt theto t1Iany..n. \* I each. :

: i-vitlrs on a recent field trlol. next pack meeting will be >. r civic Impro-emTt t>'riiectsl. / Brxnquet.(\ a :! the following Mildred! \ new Payton. To Mr. Chapman .. .. ellplble: ts Invited to This victory marked the end: '
'Tie dTnratPd with I held 26. at 7 She "iT'ed the : Mrs
trer January p oomm
was on
fashion show. nfl a visitor!: Ison.vice I nffllinte with the organiza of 'Che Indians' games! In 19<58.
beautiful n-nament.s. s\hkh' m.. in the Municipal Brild- ..iith for the' worfc! It hit, :!w-< from '!t foreign ('ounh'v111' president : Mrs. Emily Ida CJcntry Mr and Mrs. Kyle J. M'.1-) tion. They hope to continue theIr:

the boys had ma"e from ; In#:'. A Plnewood Derby: race eomo'ithe4.: sneak to the FJTA ci'-ls.; ar" president: Mrs.Mrs. Detha- \Murtry of Keystone Het4hs1 I :Meetings! will be hl'H. o'jirterly winning streak into the New

miny common household:: 1 it the special treat' : for this A social hour followed he' I some of the protects planne treasurer secretary; : and the announce the engasenvn'\ of I on the second Saturday I Year when they host JJu.vI -,

lt"ms. such as coffee can! I ccrnston. fO" this venr. Those who attended Hiclcey Council delegate their cauhter.! Jane Gail Lo of January. April. July. and thorne Tuesday Jan. 3. I

Urts.! razor blartc C! dispensers: The meeting was cljsed talk.The Woman's Club of : the District Pally ar. Joint office alternate of Mrs. Ge-- George Clifford Chapman I October of eaTfa vear. In- I Scons by quarter: I I

anrf'! fgit carton.s. I with the son' "doo.-uiilu.! etvVp' invlt-p-l the mcmbeisrav Terrv Parker Hlih School in ; and Chab and :Mrs. Sophie son of Mrs. Betty B. Chap'nan' lenin meetings will be held II I

Father Worstall. minl.-ter! I (" 11) Scouts." C' p"d".p' ("1 ,,'s t., a 1)1I- Jopk.s'Mivil'p. ,....'re: Mrs. Ste- neva of this city.\ Miss McMurtry I If necessary.' II

of St. Anne's EpiscooM Xms.q, ,, Copip-4 To CUv Hall tp". !nt tl1"Ir l ('lu" 1'\1\1.p\ phenson. Phyllis Jovre. Mirla Rather. Flue lote the Is presently enrolled: !as :a our lovely Christmas car: ': '

Church gave a talk on tho1 ,, WP do not know hw mnnv\ onVelnecdav.> Dee 14 and KnrBn Itlll who ran Mrs. Henry describe:1 her freshman: at Troy State GARDEN CUB from Mrs. Jo Strandberg this; I

-, Teal meaning of Chrlstnua.I, of our citizens visit City:\ Hall Tw-e! mpmborsnrd attend"' $ for D'.tr'r rvmlrman.CITPCII guest speaker and those of: her" TeachPr's CollfttP. in Troy. OF TilE LAKES week. She plans to be hom

I Dean Motheis Fran Turk ''but for the benefit of this; had a most e1110,1111l' NFWS experiences In the Ala.! Tn .Tnninry. Mr. C'lap-: for Christmas by the tim' I You shouM... unless they're protected

nett and Jean Methvin were who rio'! nct we wnuld H'
explaining] their den doodles( : -iv how r i..t ie'j i iv'' ,"p with "d': "'. + .. Otqle' .. m-5p'-. rvn, '"'h'.. Al-1't' n-i Childrennrownm missionary! : field! In 'y in th!? Un'.fed S'ates i' takes will holds Its annual! been kept quite busy at ch M rculM MulU-Loi insulated files.,

the City Hall's: first! ChrTnas .'- 'o"' +hl i,. UnH' tivO'.r ,tien (Their '''It ,,,, q (."rs'm4.' Peru.Mrs: Geneva, Chab and I, Na\v.. WP-I"IHT plin Will' be Christmas party at 1 on Th1l1sI at the- home of her daughter :Mr I prcNction Vex can have for all complete your vital. point-ol-u recotds n
Dec. m.
: tree. '! Fcoutstin. Tr"'sIt\ :'In" Snndav nlzht!! wnde- will attend I announc-ej at :a I later daw.\ I day. p. and Mrs. Sam Butler. Jr. of! I I two, trim Of four-drawer Underwrten'

It seems that our City! un:?''v the direction of the direction of Mrs. R. JBarbot. Mrs. Helen Enn, In''! home of Mrs L. E. HarrUwith Ormond Beach recently. ThoButler's 1 1I certified Hercules files. And any !tailot-.
Clerk. :Mrs. Joy Biker. and the leadership! I Mrs. C. E. Mitchell and made locking arrangement you desire.Don't !! .
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS. 1\1'1'11.\' Edwin! Npl.on.fI's.l of I only d1u hter. Dot-
Green Cove Springs: on Janu- Radke. recent visitors Mrs. S. E. Strickland as co- wail-sae \them today.
our City Tax C'>III'CtOI'I"s ?tvm"n1: Farr< and M'-s. Friends' will b<> elad l to he<\1' I Herb Nelson and son. 'verc tie was married \there onDecember I
3. Gifts will be ex-
ary hostesses.
I 'YlttM'Ghvl':\. felt that aur leonard Jon. wl'l RO carolf" Mrs. Al Stovmrt. Is horns I I cllltls'rI.SST.T.: .\ enteitalned last Tuesday !bv 1 I ; 18 and:! you know i

Cltv Hall should< not be lajkinar In the K"vsrone. !lr"l0"\ after several days in the ho.s-' I Mr.: and Mrs. Charles! Gsrber. changed.VYVVYVVYYVVVVWYYVYVVV 1 grandmothers are a most 1m- Bradford County
The 28-volre combine I
In the snlrlt of Chrtst- TVins, "nv everlnar. r>pc 2' pitil.! I I of Nelson's Point On Thur--- portant part when this important -

mns! : thnrefore. the preceded The Tncptln wl'l "be the choir of the community event takes place in
place Duplicate Bridge u-inne"s day of last week. Mr. and! TELEGRAPHKEYSTONE

I to buy a decorations tree and' thenecessary to 'hll'qtnnal! building\ at 7:30.: I last week1st plnce. Mrs. I I of Church Bethlehem"sant the UShI.'Ph"'d"I' Mrs. Ra'ke,:: returned.la:! .fe- 1 INDIAN BEACH ,,, the life of a girl ns lovely' a-:-

About! :35' eirls are expected Roland! Bryan and :Mrs.. .1. P. Church on to their home In Cliicnuo. Ill I 1 Bottle
make it attractive. We 11'1'Alo Corrmunlty
to inrticI"ate.Since Vo e. 2nd place. :Mrs.: Robert' I I 14. SoloIsts were Dec-I'' All of their friends hope thsv.: We understand Terry Dig-;
hannv tt thattheir
> report I
; nations" we'V nnnrovp1bv th A'''n'*')in's C1't''nne'rs I Claro And Mrs. H. T. Dent. I Oeorire! LaTtice Mrs Rnberi! they will return soon! LaTe Santa Fe) eett was lucky enough to ret

: $M" Ol" Qco'its o' :3rd! n'icp.' Mrs. FvPlvn F. II Biker of Renee Belote had as her'recent Mr'* jai K K. Mlllrr. Sr another deer this we"k. H"
Hend ". and
the Cltv Co'inrll.: C"m rr.- :
TCpilonp. th"" will q rvp )hTr I Pennlnaroth and Mrs. Ken- anJ guest her roommate.. has been ouitp lucky so far I
Church TheatrrSun.
tiilntlornor'' a 1w?I> well done'' the Community AaAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAJust Drive-In
BUSINESS "' oootite nnd! conir. at thop Mrs. :Miss this I II
i ContestMembershio : s npth) Hen1. 4th place. : Bill Howell of St. Anna's from the U. of F. Betty I : season
FTA Membership
) "'u-iti..nol b-iitdln, ..vh"n'he I Kmow Cooper an3:! Mrs. E Mrs.\ George! CAnova was organist '- Elwell. On Monday! of this I : a short column thi I :Mrs. T. A. Sweat of Quit I Sun.. ., Tues:

Chairman Mrs .'aroiin"! Is roTin'pfp1Mrs. I T* rintf.I'KKSONAt.S. week I th- two girls left fo.: week. News' is short as time and! pranddauffhter. -'
j man. Oa. :
1 end rhoir director.The i
DIRECTORY nero 25;) 2fi.) 27I
Charles McGlave nnnou.Teilthp : Wm. B"nr "" 1 I. ," : Betty's home In Ft. Lau cl'-I right now and that Is a< Judy Zalumas: of Thom-: ,

results of the member-' "'1'Ar'l" of the r'fve hmrn'" Dr. an-1 ;>T-s cerll Hook Woman's Club &':)I'n-I dalp. Ren will be vlsltlna scarce as "hen's teeth" at oai a vl1l('. Ghave arrive' tc I : .p":: 'L'UNIINUUIThc't ;

'"*!ilt 1,> cont? ,"st!; at the Derembe- "......,ltt..... sors of Clrl? Scout Troop 21 ; will be '}fOI'I', place ri-slit about now'Danny :'.:s. .-. PERFORMANCESAT
Auto Sales & Service I 1 I, will srpTl Christmas wlt.hthell' leadershiu of MI"E1wln a few days but ; "nend some of the holiday .
under the
PTA mBetin-r. The contesend svpv:: S' T!'f'1f" daughter and family in time to soen-i ChrUtm.i.swith I I Ltitpen.s: son of the season with Mr- and MrDirk ,f \,
: of [MO. was won b': I Nelson will Ivlnc>
SPRING MOTORS prize The Walter' L. nun?*! home Mr. and Mrs. James A her family.! Arthur Lutiens. under Mr.. Ann Krans' 5th !srrndPioom. Christmas: carolers to K"- \!i''
\ wek for the cntaaPt
this : '
the Belntp's porents. Ju
and niece.
Service Parts 1"01'VOLKSWAGEN" I on Lake Santa Fe. was Hearne Jr. of Tampa. Mrs. CI' mother :& i
Complete The total membershiriIs stone tonlttht; I IThurstHv.lThey
,('<-ne of a formil dinner Maj. Oen. R. P. nnd :Mrs and l Mrs.'' Martin Ci'asbv, of (\ on his eve. He I IsconMn- dy'* dad plans to Jolt) th
now 218. which is the 17. Thp dintm will l'etl1:1tQ: ,thf) C-jm- Ala. expected this i-el to the TJnl-.ersity Hospitalthis ; with rest of tics i i.: INTACT!
'It It's nnrtv: on Dee Hollls plan to spend Christ- Folev.: are groui the
For A Volkswagen Hehoqt it rus ever 'been [wesv 1 ", ,,nllv Church where "Iro. I writing but can bet
We Have It"Aiwtys nK'p. was noo'-oprlRtelv decornte1 mac! In Amerlrus" Oa. s-lth week for the holidays. you family for Christmas' week I 'ti UNCUT!
William Benm and her nm-
this" renllz'nir. of COIITSP' bet he expects to be himetot' !
for the Phrlstmns Mson. their daughter and famll,'. James Beelcr. Jr. left orSaturday.
Plenty of Good Used that 1 Is fl'so the Inrarost en"oVrr mitfee will' I serve hot chjcol Christmasand wish end.Mrs.
as wns the vest of fhinrludlpT Rev. ani Mrs DnvH Prltrhnrd Dec. 10. to l'elJ.rfOI' our Vera Darlan-J motheof \ \
Volkswagens In Stock of 1"'i l
>pnt In th history of on1whooll. l late' anri l crcnklnq> ns guests I
I Is that h" makes it!
Of'Pen ('It"p Drt"If' 21C4-l'fI"! : "?1111". '!! the (r'in'nwhere and four children.Mrs. I' active duty in the Nava'Reserve ; Art Wheeler and Mrs
Klttv WAil vrnlea'el I I thp W>mn i's Club.PFPSONAI.S "Kat" ;Mclnnis. sister 0'Il's. I
", with the rpll"On"l"" o* ,'nom the eupsts enr'ancin !\ W. A. Rilev's friend ""I.,".........." C1ub. prosrnm. He is i>ivscntly Doyle James arrlvoi last Frsav I Q i m _J
t W. Norsworthv

AUTO SEUV1E( Iwf'd ?. Th ladles! In of Dn-'e I Citv. Mrs. E E. rn- : I stationed. at the Charleston to yoen-J th" white I

1 the Cltv tiubU's'! offlclsls another heir lonir formal-s. ('ont vlbii- nU visited with her Tues'lnv., ; U. S. Naval! Station> .n up for a quick visit Inst months in Flol'ldlMr.q.. DJV JJ.T1'IIIJ d14Ti

KING'S (rood cltlwns of thrto ted to the "b"nuty and dignityof !Mr.\ and Mrs. E. I. Vin- :Mr. and Mrs.' Pit Bradley\ South Carolina. His wife: weekend! with Pap. Mrs. Re- land spent th3 summer
;\-n. while not hivin chlldrpn .of. Wpstpvn, Auto nntloi'-iato nvi ba and Henry and he got:;
thp occa-Ion. Netta will leave this FrlrHy: Martha: Su-san will be llvlnp "non'hslsltln in her homeland Thurs. Dec. 28,29
Service Station !in th jchool I. ntlll cx'ih'te4 ', Wed., ,
... Th-espnt were Mr. and Mrs for two weeks visit with Mrq.Vanetta's .It| from \"4rs.' Bi-fl-l'" nnof with her mother- Mrs. Orac caught; in the rain. She remained of Illinois.
' thp! rtjn' to ." ."e (('a'h. lien QWllrt7wal\f'\ '' overntiht and returned tmwiwmvim-! ,,**
ii /'Ipor"p..f:1"'R.!\ : "' Ilr.find :rrs mother. Lolla Rltch of Starke. until sh is
nort It bv .lolntnir' the PT1i'Ile % t- As I said, news Is s'-irt' thl-' A MNL0iER-Etl: FfliVMK PKUO
Hvi-nru'e TTnl''prlv ? I to her Bellview home
1fj BARGAIN PRICES "' week but' let me take ih j
\ '' the contest' i 10 a"tl1Al1'
hail tenm.fhen! tn=v wlpvTennp I' on Sunday. I
ELECTRICAND And Mrs. Jennlnas Murrnecof and Mrs. J. o. Di on'sguests Mr.. and Mr Jick. T DORIS DAY
over the membership (drive Kevstone Helchts. Attsndin recently their "'" pp : -
ACETYLKNK: + were Robert Gibson of Key Laisu! I C.. J'fr. Joan and I wish fc
will ln" ". and anvono '
eon "sville on rtprorn' 'I. RODTAYIOR
from Oiin' were wrnndson and! BTanldanirhter.JOP were unable to see him off.ML' .
WELDL"lG'WJI:1.Rn..JI 4q, nsVpl, talns you and yours all that r
r'I''ne| to "In > Pi. 0''PqSiseV.
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i : .. : $7-! '!i5i I Mr.! nn-l MVS. P"Wltt Hsev end Marllvn Brvant .lre! ani Mrs. Gibson( will return Oahee and Mr. Wllhelt. tin"Shll'on !hope 101'I'J' and! ours. :MB.
qetflt T Mrt1l9vp... ... Prtt in" Mr. nnMrs.: R'ber'V41t.4nsrn. and: :Mirl'vn:. rlin to retii'-n Tn'l )T"V" Inoft..t t.t t.-... for the holidays to be reports that it was n the holid ARTHUR
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.ItEAUTY; SHOP. f"r t"rn'4" real expl'rlencelEAJ'Jl"r -
.! C'1rIO mlls with. thrDinn's with their daughter and son- all 1 wondpiai',
rprm'ntnorHotter' tM1\!! .aCprtri' i.. p"-tmn.1, '' VI"'e fo"t'e spread over our :
lilt Jim McMuvtrv. who rucomolete'l after B short visit : in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ja.nes this week Mr. ?nl;' land and make. u... nil :.rul -t \t MOa
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: KEYSTONEBEAUTY "lIrr'p", to lew thai tIr .nMy MIMtnrvf"hool \ with a in-put, Aunt who U In. t wlntpr, Tt seems they.. 't"in Brewer I recent buyers of th>" Mrs. Gay Livingston wer- worthv of our wish for Peso S\)
"nex"e"lPnr! 'I!
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Police for the Un1c'steq the hospital in South Carol mil Smith's\ home on Peach visiting relatives. Mr. 3nJ
Earth. So. Merry Christ
SHOP !*"VPS hvp vprnnlned fixed! at hot -
At-mv., l fg'" now otat'.oiP I n a. s"yvsni''T'heti' St.)II :Mrs. Ted Livingston, and:! mas and Hapov New Ye'
: Edith Jnhnvnn. Own.r 50r( ncr person. itn.v into a
In C'.pvplin-l.! Ohio. WP car
Mr.s. Harrv Jackson's(\ mo- Mr. and! Mrs. Al Bn-h-: four daughters of Summerton. from all the Millers on Ii-
Personal We al.o urcrp", vo-i to a'tn'1onrp 'inrlci-stan'1. thAt hp Is looUnnforwnrH thpr. :Mrs. Pay B-pplanrt: ol an'" both were ""iv,>. I louklnforward, \ to!I S. C. t'lan Beach. : P :!I' iTj&nt.'tLj! :,; .,.

i & Creative vou havp lotne! BS wehflve to H White' Chrlma -;*- T\-lerlnnd! Miss. wll! nrlvpFrHnv ""prill''' nr ri pearly lost thel" mann are ; .
during MI' \ Bill
Riitheriiiii nnd Mr.s. Ot.tliT-.ei '
a small family & ; I
Hair Styling" had pxce'lpnt' pro-am.' His, ninny friends ar- to "nrl the hoUJays' n"'..... Quick ,nrtlon V>v a 55555-
.sp the holidays. Mrs. Bachmann's and son !Michael(\ of thUniversity '.
Individual Beauty Care rip muslcnl 'rrpni.s' rtt'-prt- i""Vln foBvfj to se'>!ln'' with the Jnck-nns. 1 erhv r.""*,iie H.'len of Florida. Mrs
Every Form of Beaaty Culture prt bv Mrs" H"'rn<.nrier are :3renl him In March when hp vi"be I:: Carl Cox's: father. J. R Pinnr ha" nrnnTed. to sister Miss
who will be remem- Anna Ottlnser of Gain 3yl\l\
Open Tues.-Sat. 9-5; treit! So why not C'O..H'cut home to heir his mother Brooker of Oalnesvllle! IsFDendlnif "xtrlp"to himself. Theypre) Dittmer. I 0)
resident of and Mrs. Lee Allen Tempi:
bered former !
I as a
.5 Closed Monday \ to enjov thi prO hospitalized! for several ,
In from and I.eamon. of
our! city is coming : son Keystone -
Keyrtono: Height 434M5 ml see what our chlltirenerp curious Mrs weeks. I
readers. !
-. our day with the family. :Mr.s:. Appleton.! Wls. Also Mrstiachmanls's will beouests/: of the To NEW YEAR
dolnu. MAC did not say' which 0113 '' Cox: and the children spent Mrs. Ella Gertz of Corbl.i I I
fl Electrical Sales! & ServluYeoman's sliter-ln-law. I Frank Ottinuers; for the holi
WominN Club News Kvl" McMurtrv. Jr.. who 1 1cmplovert I.' Saturday. j in Gainesville! s-> Kv. mot-hev'! of Mrs. Onpv I
of White Christian Conference
1 Mrs. R. F. Dittmer! (\
Th.Voman's Club "Fam In thp horse-sho-! he children could'! attend the Chab of Keystone Club Estates 1 days.Mr. !
Electrical I Plains. N. Y. will be Joluln; and Mrs.' Leslie HH-
A fly Night covered dish upper nl'-cuu. In Bran"hvile.'] Vn Christmas! Partv at the C"ntpr Is spendlnar the witter 10 I
1 them. aught and family are vlslt- ; December 2ii: January: 1
Sales & Service on Tuesi-ay! :: night. Dec. will be home with his familyj Theater thAt the Swr 'with\ her rtnu-rhter. 1 Gary Chance. a student atl ."il Mr.' Rldaught's familyMr

FrlgTlclatr Appliance Rand held. Several other, Mrs. Margaret, Hall (an'1 Columbia University In New :an.frs.! !\ Harold Rid-
families her uncle. James Parkar-1(\ of SPEAKERS: ::;
Maytag: WaBher : In Melrose who workAt York City will ba home with I aught. Tills will certainly be

Zenith and Motorola TVSiegler I S;>errv carrier their children IiPomlnster.' Mass. h"ve returned his parents. Mr. and:! Mrs.\ a family reunion for th" :Mr. William Anderson ,Chicago, 111.
Heater j ; !In to the party also to K"vston" fo>- their --- -- ---- -- -
MERRY Rav Chance.Mr. Harold Rldaughts. in all of I

P. O. Box 164 MHro mine included. annual winter holHnv anj ::. and Mrs. David Sun- I their other children and Mr.: James Cockrane __ __ __ Dominican Republic
1 Phono .'. -!311 Gilbert Reed's mother. are occrmvlnnr the former :M:.
derUnri.: of Ft. Rucker. Ala. families are llvlne:! In the
I Mis. Ruth Reed of Dunnellon L. Beaslev home. SCJLEIULESunday ; .:
will be home with their families Keystone area
; NURSERY will\ visit the Reed's for Mrs. Edna> Erlckson of I
the R. N. Sunderland'sand '! On Friday:! of tills week.
Christmas. Mrs. Seeber Bi-\n- California I It hark with her ::; December) 25; and January 1
the John Phillips Mrs.Sundprland Larry LaAiep, who is now
X4 O.C.Carnes Nursery nan of Valdosta "D s. Reed'smother friends. Mrs. Alma Frost, an""

; \ is visiting with theRl'ed' renen-lnar the many friend- will be remembered working/ In Washington.; D Ilreakfast __ ___ u _____ __ _n __ 8:00: A. M.
r Florahome-23 I
;; HIway100. .
as Joyce Powel..1uranddauahter C-. will be home to Rocnd:!
!! now and will ships she madp last year.
Miles SE of Starke Him Christmns.Mrs. \ stay on Mavor and Mrs. Albert! I I of the Phillips Christmas" with his parents The Lord's) Supper .. ____ _.. __ 9:13: ; A. :M.1.I
Nursery Stock -Thousands !- Also Mr. and
!\I\\'II. HluhiirU Sunde1land's and family.
of Plants & Fruit Wlllt'rIo'1I80n Sr. Nelson will\! spend( the !ioll-I mother Mrs. T. H Mr.s. Bubba LaMee and two :Morning Service _. ..__ .__ .__n_ 11:00: A. ;M.
i drove to Jacksonville! Satur- d'1Y1llIh Mrs.! Ne'vsn'smother I I
4 Trees to choose from. Nice i Dunn and her uncle Fred children\ presently living In
day to pick up her son. Wal.. and sister in Wllon: Dinner ._. ___________. 12:00: noon
Shade Treee. Evergreens and Greensboro. Dorman! will also be here fol'the Tampa. will be dropping in
ter. Jr. at the airport He Is N. C.
s It; Landscape Plants. All holidays and out over the holidays. :MuMicul Interlude o:30: P.1.: f.
In the. Special,, Forces! of the I, .. :
In containers -plant any- Lt. and Mrs.\ Robert J. Lorraine Dcy wis recently
( Navy and will be home for are Ray Wlusute.
a Buck '
time. Camellias & azalea few days. He i I" to repors Bunce. Mike Zlke Elim\! Richards and three children elected president, of her w>rority Supper ___.._ _____ ______________ :5:30; : 1'. :M.
V Let ns do your; landscaping! of Pensacola. wilt be vlsltlnz for next year She l.i

Phnn "1U- f'R"': back on the 28th. then on ta Ollsaon. Cliff Chapman. and with Mrs. Richard's family the daughter of Mr. and :Mis I,, Evening Service __n______________ 7:30: P. :M.
Viet Nam. Walter Wilson SrIs David Schaeffer. For
J those '
the Chester Moodys.W. Joseph Dey and is attendlnj:
ZZA! : PACKAGE STORE IJ To Our Friends also in the Navy. :Mrs. who are unable to be v.ltli Q. Dowllngr.: III. who; i I. college at F3U. I' :Monday through Saturday 26 to 31
Wilson not to him their families
sea recently we hope that

INtor < THE BLUE PINES And CustomersIn for one day whUe his ship :you have taken time to drop presently employed In NewYork Coming In from Kensing! :; Breakfast ________________u__.___ 8OQ: A. :M.
I ri City, will join his famIly ton. Conn. to help celebrate
was docked in JacksonvilleHe them a line to wish them a
Package Store & Is now on his way to Merry Chrtetmas. I for Christmas.Dr. the Christmas holidays -ith I :Morning\ Service __________________ 10,::00 A. :M.\
o Every Corner and Mrs. C. \M. Boohcr Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dwyer will I I

<;chatK COCKTAIL LOUNGE as South Africa Many of the college students of New Castle. Pa. will be be Mr. Dwyer'n sinter. "Mrs.' Lunch _______._--_____1__'.I___.__ 12:00: noon

Imi1I Open 9 A At.-IS: P. M. Except Of This' Mi s Henderson( ; Boll III are also home for the: i vlsitinz: Mr. and i :Mrs.!! Don John Scott. and her I.US- '

Sunday kk; i I ueht (lot several davs is her holidays.! This list includes :l.lol'laland. \ family. Dr. and band. {I Dinner __________________________ :5:30: P. :M.
EI! Dance :Every: Saturday< Night i sister. :Mrs. John Milllgran of Harold Snellen. Mar iret '
Mrs. Booher are Mrs. !\torIlan's Lt. and Mrs. D. M. Piter. I
4 MILES EAST OF : Community New Cannan. Conn. Mrs Pater Donnie Dowlliw. LoI'l"nlne Evening Service ________ ._____ 7:30: P. :M.
I parents. The Booh"'rs III of Keesler A. F. Base In |
: inriOT1T Mlllwan;. lust came from a
KBYSTOVK Day Tom Gardner
have purchased a. horns In Biloxi: :iriss.. will be here for

visit with another sister in Bruce Moon. Norma. ValldeJull. \ Keystone and we hope th-U the hol1. a"S. Also. Robert, PARK

USED CARS_ KEYSTONE STATE BANK Naples.for Renee Belote.- Steve they will soon be full-time Pater who is attending FlorIda ,,

Used Cars I I, Shackleford. Patty Shauh- residents.Mr. Central Academy returned -
nessy. Carolyn Jean Moody.) and Mrs. Don Mowran home last week.

n BIG CASH DISCOUNT : Member F.D.I.C. Keystone Heights, Fla. i the holidays. Pat and Richard Cuundet.) flew to New York City '..astweek. Since I feel like I'm :anly1 I oflhePalms

;1r* Glad to bee that of Sylvia Dodd. Kay Sunder- I
TERMS I m.iny with Dr and Mrs one log ahead of dear( ole' St.I

) BUY SELL TRADE "Your Friendly Hank: I Keystone's ser ice men .vi'J t:) land. Cathy Williams and Frances: McOahee an.' Mr. Nicholas (fit u now 4:30: a Highway 100

Rt.1D0XDO be home to cl<-brtt.t Christmas Carol Ste en.son. Hotn: rehaven't I ansi Mrs Marvin Wllhelt nl.. I shall\ end my news with I

U.... 100 8 1'1IIf'8 S. Marl.o In Your Friendly Community. with their families. The missed any I both of Orange. P. rk. The-. the; wish that! you all have a Keystone Heights!, Fla.

7. I ones reported home thus fax Mr. and Mr*. Frances plane la owned by Dr. Mc- joyful holiday a.ea.oon.. '


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We the business and Professional people of this area take plea .
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during he past year. Our sincere wish is that this cordial rela """ ,

tionship will be continued throughout the coming year and for

many years to come. .

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4'/ 1 happy and joyous y May your Yule be "r Zf
+ Thank all The briefiesf'of holiday. .
s you most rewardin g ... :
opportunity to I Above all we hop for being one messages t to CHRISTMAS
Our Hearty Thank You For Your Loyal and your Yule will be YEOMAN'S .
Friendly Patronage Through The Year. thank you all the happiest ever ofourpatrons. wishyoueheer.,.. GREETINGS

Lake Geneva Trailer Sales .I B. & T. ,HENDERSON'SService & Gift Shop Supply House Sales & Service INSURANCE Keystone
I RICHARD :MUUKllLU Mr!*. l Uu\'il'< AldermanTo

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: great old friends and to send salutations I '
;)1 --- FriendsKEYSTONE we WHEELER .
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this Yule. extend hest wishes '
for a glorious Yule. Blue Pines Bar 1 .1 I

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GULFCANDY'SSERVICE SERVICE lit. 21 tic1':tone( -lelroi'4 i.\\' rJ1)
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II Ao n yoar tom: '/ Hello! A very SUPERIOR exlendourbest COOPERATIVE, '

TO ALL OUR FRIENDS IN KEYSTONE I ''I1wlh.... ,doe ,,.... Joy to all this Yule... I Merry Yule to BU-TEE SALON wishes to you Keystone Heights!! Florida

And Many Friends you yours. >ettle StiUhberry: .

Belote's Drug Store ,: BEAUTY SHOP NELL'SBEAUTY SHOP C. & C. Dot Pat McMuhael Fraher STORES JIFFY I Community Owned-Community: Built .

W. B. (Bill) Helots MOTORS Operators! i I Community Ruilder'Ii
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GREEN BEANS...........6 'OR $1 LB :
FROZEN SLICED REG 3/89* ,_ 69/IJ \
SF BERRIES..........."....4 'DR $1 AN OCEAN. I

St. HYCRADE OLIYES. ::.0AR..39 CoE lB 59 SAVE lOt. ,_ ;1

;POTATO CHIPS I ....:... WIN.:t ...49t : CAN I HELLMAN MAYONNAISE l ......*...****-.....QUART............/*...59* I
MIXED NUTS.........".... ?::...A"....59C JUNE BOY SWEET FRESHCUCUMBER 1501
CHIPS....*........!...............:;..t......!II''ft >ARs 51 1.,
--r'-.4.I"_"_.. "_ POTATOESREGULAR ...............,.........-.!...-....:.y6.. CANS 51 ,
APPLES our IJlgJaest shoes" 3/SI.29./ SUNSHINE WHOLE SPICED :

quality ; F. PICKLED PEACHES.................. ....=.....?.........3 JARS 29oz> $1

eo fRUIT COCKTAIL I .................................;,..........5l7oc:? $1 1
SHORTENING SELECT RIPE OLIVES' ......___...;.............:..K..3 TAU'CANS

ASSORTED FLAVORS 3 TABLE NAPKINS............;;...4 .:. fO'' $1S&


/ CAN ALCOA ALUM full. ......../1......I.........1/.II zs.!!:.ROLL.... .......59',

A! $1 1 PURPLE PLUMS..III._ .............................-..:.I.....4 :: $1

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CHERRIES tlolsp'" 33' SUAVE & I.I."J. ::".I : !l11d.. AEENmt""

FLOURs18BAG55C 130zCAN tjd
Uoojichas } """"'! ON PURCHASE OF M E I= CREST.................lamiiT.........sIn....63 GREEN BEANS
t EI .. mi Pillsbury BEST M HOUR" ?I MICRIN..70!? 89 110 Z
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CANNE'D' s oaUt.eAro' STEAK..t 98<

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TURKEY ROAST...... A5?L.$2.99 ALL MEAT FRANKS.......?? !.....39$
BACON..........S....... 2 IB BOA 99* OYSTERS..n R.! CAN. ...89t 4 ROLLS GIFT WRAP;:1.L'e'DrP'. ...6aC"C"
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CREAM CHEESE......... =PK..29$ BREADED STEAKS.............1e..69* ,' &' CHICK AllOMTWfNT M117Y01/T, oud wine OP
JUICY FLORIDA ........oo".s 3 ROLLS FOIL PAPER f.VSNSi148; *
SOUR CREAM..............m.......39$ ,CUBE STEAKS.nNN..2\1.\...LB'...BOX.u.u $1 1.89 E S SHOPPING.4WNALLMA..ID DOWN PON, 'VOUHPHI.HOLIDAY( JUMBO ROLL PAPER .,.1.I.." 91t


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APPLE TREATS...............'....... !-/....35* ENDIVE.................Hiw.l9t ""'!FANCY ttto I'lui'l epQKit
PETITE ROLL; ...........,,.........0."!LY......25* FRESH OCEAN SPRAY BRAND

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Citrus Makes A Holiday- Wreath! I I Worship 7:30.Wednesday Prayer ST. Kim'ARI CATHOLIC Morning Worship, 11 a. m. BETHEL BAPTIST CI1URCB
Have Fun Make Treats
Popcorn ... I II Meeting 7 p. m.Tlmraday STARKE Training Union 7 p. m. Even- Sunday School 10 a. m.
9 --aye i iE Chancel Choir Suiuluy MUM. 9-15 a m lug Service 8 t'. m.Ray Morning. Worship 11 a. m.

rehearsal. 7:30.: TueiHl.i.y- -Noveiiu: :sad) Ileriejictlun. Lucy: Cunwny. pastor.IIL'ICCM Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.

E # 'r'1 >3 k l lp HEWS FIRST CHRISTIAN 8: 7 1 p. in I liiMiiii) Clii.'e4. <: : OF HrajieiMeeting./ : 7:30:: p, m.
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CHURCH STAHKK 422: N. St Clair St.. atarke.: Wednesday. -
Thursday ana Friday .
Newrnens pastor.NORTIISIDE
Sunday' School. 10 a. m.
MADISON STREET Sunday S'hool9:45: a. m. Mass 7:30: a. in I 11"m> a m
4 ar { BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship 10:45: a. for grade and high scnool students Worship Services) '.1 a. m. and BAPTIST

rt m AO 1 Qt r.l Sunday. Dec. 25Sunday m. ChristU.i Service (Hour, l lSuturdny I. I 7-30 p. m. YPE. Wednesday Located on Bayieaa: ..11gh-

a FS I 6:30: p. m.Wednesday. M.IM. P t 30 Ii, uIIKILRRONN 7'30- p. m. Pruyer Meeting: way I ISR 2251at Ralford Road
1A .s S 'l"01. 9:45: a. m. Morning Youth Choir Friday" 7:30: p. m.-Rev. L, S I SR 16 J. Services: MuncUyS : :

Woi hip. 11 a. m. Youth Practice 3:30:: p. m. Fellow- ; KAITIMT William, pustor.MRST <:hool. 10 a. m. Sunday/

Choir practice, 4:45: p. m ship Supper. 6:30: p. m. MU-: Sunday School 9:43: : u. in PRESBYTERIANSunday Morning Worship, 11 a. m
1 Tialnlng! Union, 6:15 > Week Bible Study. 7:15: m. Morning Worship, 11 it. m.
: p. in. I p. School 9:45: a. m Training! Union 6:30: p. m.
| WMU Prayer Circle 7:15.: Adult Choir Practice 8:00: p Training Evening Service Union. U:30 7:30.:: p.!Midweek in lfol'nhlllVOl'shtp, 11 a. m. Evening Service 7::30. MIdWeek

Evening! Worship. 7:30.: I m. Prayer Service 7:00: |I' Youth Fellowship 6 p. m Prayer Service, Wednesday -

1 1M ni! John- 'luilr Prut-lice' Thursday, 7:30p : 7:30.ReV.: '3lenn Law-
Wednesday: Prayer : I BAYLES3 HIGHWAYBAPTIST I i m. Weetnestiuy.'i'iuy I .
hori pastor.CALVARY
1 Praise service. 7:30: p. m. I lon, pustor. m
( ChurcJi Choir practice: 8:30.: (

I y p y Y Thursday Auxiliaries:
13 r*. II Your Christmas wreath is probably the first thing to greet the I meet 3:30: p. m. Visitation-- 'I :Training: Union 6 p. m H33 \V. Pratt t at Sunday ,. Sunday School 10 a. m Morning Worship 11 a. nx

With the new hybrid popcorns and better methods of popping eye of a visitor entering your home during the holidays. Be original 7:30.: Evening Service 7 p. m services: Sunday HrhiHi: \ ,!, 10 u ,I :\1"1'1111111Vnl'IiI1IP.. 11 a. m Training Union. 8:30: p. m.
it, the ritual of popping corn is not limited. Any time is popcorn I and make your own beautiful wreath using citrus and other t Everyone welcome.Rev.. M m. Prcnchliirf. U a in. Training I homing Union. 0:30: p. m Evening Service, 7:30.: Prays
time. This time, -\e suggest popcorn treats. Popcorn bills and small fruits of nature instead of the usual greens. The wreath is A cordial Invitation Is especially David Medeiros! pastor. Union. 0:13: p m. KvculiK': 1'I''lIhlV"I'.h1p.: 7:30.:: Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30: p.
chocolate: covered popcorn are two for a start. named Della Robbia after the famous Italian Renaissance sculptor extended to- visitors! 11.1111V'fine'lIlI1Y., 7:30: m.Rev.. R. H. Butler, pastor.
Andrea della Robbia. who favored round forms in his works. ASSEMBLY: OF ClOD Worship 7 p in I Exciyouewelcome. "
Quick Popcorn Balls And Bars The Delia Robbia wreath is easy and fUll to make. You'll find guests and friends who may H1VVAY CHAPEL Elder: T. C. \V1I lit'V. Jon nli/ ''K>ii pivslor. AIRPARK BAPTIST
tj cup dark corn: sjrup \U cup coarsely chopped rod: 1 styrofoam wreath shapes at ftve-and-ten-ccnt stores or your local be !In Starke during the holidays. (llama pastor. HOAIDIt.MN
I. cup sugar candied cherries florist shop. Picture the color harmony in an assortment of citrus .-Rev. Felder L. Rowan !j i Weldon St. and Ralford ItAI'TIHTfliinilu.v Sunday School. 9:45: a. m
1" teaspoon salt *i cup coarsely chopped fruits-golden oranges, deep-orange tangerines and yellow grapefruit pastor Road. Sunday School, 10 a.m I."UIC.B.PTISr School.. 10 u. m Morning Worship, 11 a. m.
10 to 12 cups popped corn green candied cherries -fruits long associated with the Christmas season and now I Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Morning I Worship 11 a. niTrulnlnn Evening Service, 7:30: p. m
Sunday School
Combine and salt in a heavy in excellent supply from Florida. Attach the fruits to the styrofoam \ I 913": ni Un'on' 6:30: p. m.I'vl'nhlg .
corn syrup. sugar saucepan: Prayer! Meeting Wednee d-y: ,
Evening Service 7 M.
FIRST p. Morning 11
and skewers. Fill in n. m
using wire or pipecleaners, toothpicks ,
rook over moderate heat for 2 minutes or until sugar is dissolved ; Worship 7:30.: Prayer -
stirring constantly. Mix popcorn and cherries; add popped corn the spaces with, small fruits such as kumquats or lady apples, CHURCH STARKE Tuesday Prayer Meeting Evening Worship 7:30: p. m M"l't1nJrVednt'StIIY.! 7'30p 7:30: p. m. Training Union,
and cherry mixture and stir over medium heat 3 to 5 minutes or then finish with a generous red or green velvet bow and stream- I 7:30: p. m, Thursday Young Prayer :\Icf'ttnfVl'Jne.dolY.! m.Rev.. R. E. Bergst.rom Friday, 7:30: p. m. -Rej. E. L.ailffls .
until corn is evenly ;ai.d) completely coated. Remove from heat. ers. Sunday. Dec. 25- Churcn: People's Meeting 7:30: p. m. 7:30: p. m.-Rev Lulher Mi- I II pastor
Mold into balls or press into lightly!: greased pan ((8 x 8 x 2-mchrs). Hang your Delia Robbia wreath on a door or wall or place it School. 9:45: a. m. Morning Pastor Leroy Llghtsey. Gee, pastor.BIIOOKER. I pester
When cool and set. turn out of pan and cut into squares. Makes over the fireplace mantle for everyone to see. The wreath will Worshp 11 a. m. Evening I MNE LEVEL BAPTIST I HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH
lend a lavish touch to your house throughout the holiday week.
36 or about 10 balls. LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST ;
squares To make your Della Robbia wreath you'll need: B.P'noTI ; Sunday School: 10 a. m [Highway: 100 at Thereiwt)
> Quick Chocolate Coated Popcorn CHURCH I Sunday School :Morning Worship 11 a. rr
10 a. m I Cunday School 10 a. m.
Florida Styrofoam shape
1 ((6-ounce) package semiV> cup light or dark corn Florida oranges tangerines Red or green velvet ribbon, 1T1E RIGHT POINT for the Sunday School 10 a. m.: I :Morning Worship, 11 a. in Pre-SiTvlers I Booster Ban j! Morning Worship 11 a
sweet chocolate pieces syrup Florida grapefruit 3 or 4 inches wide way you vtrlte. Come In and Morning Worship 11 a. in. | Training Union 6'10 p. mI : Young People and Pray. 'II m.

t 5 cups popped corn Kumquats optional, Florist wire or pipecleaners ele<'t your favorite ESTKR-" Evening Worship! 8 p. m.; I Evening Worship. 7:30.: Prayer I ServlcPl. 6 p.o.. Evenln Training! Union -6:30:: p
Place chocolate pieces and corn syrup in top of a double boiler Lady apples 'Toothpicks 6-inrli metal BROOK fountain pen. TELE- Prayer Meeting Wednesday Meeting, Wednesday. 7:30: Worship 7 p. m. Midweek m.
and heal hot water until chocolate is melted stir to blend Small green leave skewers iRAPII. 8 1
over ; p. m.: Sing each Friday a. dei-vlce. Wednesday: 1:30: pHllv. Evenlrg 7:15m
well. I'our over popped corn, stir until corn is coated.: Spread Scissors 8 p. m. Rev. Harvey Liir.e.i j UKDAN: HAI"tTl |11s...okerl) m D t. Ramsey pas :
onto waxed paper and separate into clusters i I
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How to Pop Corn : I

If using an electric popper, fill and use following! manufac Qu .::nly Butterscotch Cake I]j
turer's directions.. \ Otherwise, pour '. cup corn oil in a large
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