The Clay County crescent
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Title: The Clay County crescent
Physical Description: v. : ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Green Cove Springs Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1963
Publication Date: -1996
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs
Coordinates: 29.992778 x -81.683889 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began July 15, 1927.
General Note: Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note: Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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COUNTY LEADERS 12 President Kennedy Asks Funds Jax Meetings HeldVital .

For Barge Canal This Year "Bootstrap"Meeting

President Kennedy has asked the U. S. Budget Bureau
: II IIxJX to include in its forthcoming proposed budget
funds: for construction of the Cross-Florida barge canal.
The movement to secure federal funds for the canalis In Green

'being spearheaded by the Florida Waterways Association
of which Frank H. Brownett of Jacksonville is

president. Clay County, which hopes to benefit from
construction of the canal, is not represented in the asso- I

ciation.In Cove On Jan. 18th
a recent address before Both declared that the coordinated -

;5r e 3w members of the association, statewide effort despite -
State Senator Randolph Hodges powerful opposition, is of
director of the State Boardof national significance in that the
Conservation, said construc- canal would connect some 29- JULIAN JOHNSON Crash Program To Lure

tion funds for the canal shouldbe 000 miles of existing sheltered

forthcoming from the next I waterways. f4a.,

congress. : Hodges said the movementhas 0 Industry Broaden 25
Ht credited "team effort" for the support of the Missis- ,

the successful drive to get congressional sippi Valley Assn.! as well as
approval of $205- the National Rivers and Har-
To Be FormulatedAn
000) planning money for the bors Congress, "and we have .
canal ,in the closing days of the gained powerful allies with the

last session. agreement engineered by Gov. urgent appeal that all civic organizations In the County
"We survived the battle of Bryant under which our sister
send representatives to the next meeting of the Committee of 25
Washington he said "but we Southern states will all fight
must not let this lull us into any for the cross-state canal." was voiced yesterday by C. W. Scarbrough chairman.The .

sense of false security. More He said that in turn, Florida highly important meeting will be held at 8 o'clock on

battles lie ahead, and they may will support such projects as Friday evening Jan. 18 in the Green Cove Junior High school

.I be even rougher than the fight the Tennessee-Tombigbee Ca- across the street from the court house.
this year." nal, which will diectly affect
The meeting will formally inaugurate the Committee's"Operation
Nathan Watson Hardenberch Jr. executive He began his banking career with the Canaan In a tone of cautious, optim- this state's economy. He ex-
vice president and chief operating officer National Bank served four years In the Navy ism, Hodges said: "I make no plained that the canal will pro- Julian Johnson, former Bootstrap a CountyWide crash program to attract
Conference star tackle for
of the Keystone State Bank is a nativeof during World War II, returned to Canaan and promises. However, I do feel vide a short cut to the Gulf new payrolls into Clay County.
# Canaan Conn., a graduate of Connecticut' came to Clay County when the'Keystone Bank that with proper team effort we: from the nation's mid-center industrial Clay High School, who was Representatives of the Com- are facing Mr. Scarbrough

Gilbert School and Morse Business College. opened its doors 11 years arc.. will be successful. There are indications : complex, linking it with an all-star Northeastern selection Oklahoma this yearon mittee conferred on Tuesday Jn said "it will require teamwork;
that the administration the Florida cross-state canal and a sense of urgency and
; will recommend some con_ and the huge industrial and A&M College's football team Jacksonville with officials of public spirit on the part of all
struction funds for us." market centers of theh Eastern has been awarded a scholar- the Jacksonville Area Chamberof our leading citizens. We are

He added: "It may not be a Seaboard.The ship at the University of Commerce and the Jacksonville determined to pull up Clay

M large sum, but it will be enoughto association took note of Florida. Johnson, 19 years Committee of 100 on plansto County to the industrial levels
old is a son of Mr. and Mrs.E. of other areas of Florid in a
give 'us start. And the state
a once we congressional delegation's -
the Clay County
J. Johnson, of Green Cove. enlarge
f4 two-year, all-out "Operation
start I
moving dirt am con- efforts in pushing Young Johnson received Committee of 25. into a Com- "
A Bootstrap.
fident that we can carry this through the planning money full athletic scholarship and mittee of 100. Representing the
x vital project on to conclusion." bill and extended its "hearty Jacksonville Area Chamber at Representing the Committee
will return in to
.5..a, 'far Hodges was joined by asso- thanks" to Sen. Spessard L. September this meeting was William S.I of 25 at the Jacksonville meet-
ciation Pres. Frank H. Brownett Holland for his "continuing play for the University, according Johnson executive vice president ings were: George P. Davis
of Jacksonville in empha- earnest and successful efforts"in Graves. to Head Coach: Ray and general manager.I Walter G. Odum. T. J. Jen-

sizing the scope of the proposed the development of Florida Ten other offered Capt. B. C. McCaffree executive -; nings, Jr.. Louts L. Huntley,
canal. waterways. colleges C. J. O'Connor, James White
director of the Jacksonville -
w scholarships. The Albert Nelson and Mr. Scar-
.1v Committee of 100 also
3 University of Florida has had
three took part in the conferences. brough.
County Development Authority outstanding players
from Northeastern Oklahoma Reiterating that utilization

A Debates Fiscal Responsibility; A&M. of the Naval number base is 1 still target theCommittee's D. R. Clawson

Mr. Scarbrough said yesterday
Named Rector Of
Chances Of Attracting Eclipse State Destroys 4 that "Operation Bootstrap" will

be a unified Countywide move- Grace
The remote prospect that Court on-the""grounds' that, in Stills In County ment to chart every available EpiscopalThe

J Eclipse Plastics Co., an Osprey such a case public funds wouldbe industrial site In the County
Four stills in Rev. Donald R. Clawson,
Clay Countywere
manufacturer employing approximately used to finance a private and go after industries which rector of St. Philip's Episcopal
destroyed last month in a them.
15 persons, may venture. statewide drive conducted by might use church Coraepolis, Pa. has accepted
into the All associate members of the a call to the
yet move plant constructed -
The question of fiscal responsibility State Beverage agents against
Mr. Hardenbereh has watched the Key- Edward Wiggins (who else), .John Edwin for it was raised at a was raised by Walter Florida moonshine operations.The Committee of 25 are being of Grace Episcopal Church,

atone bank grow to its present eminence In Larsen, Treasurer of Florida and former resident meeting: of the Clay County De- Hershberge, president of Woodcock largest number of stills asked to attend the week.forthcoming Additionally -- Orange Park.

the County; with deposits of approximately of Keystone, and Albert ?Nelson textile velopment Authority last week. who told the Authority it destroyed was in Duval County meeting civic next throughout Mr. Clawson. a native of

$Eft) million and more than 2,500 depositors. executive and a vice president of the bank. However, members of the Au- had a "moral and legal obliga- with 14. Clay County ranked the,County groups are being askedto Pittsburgh, la a graduate In
Establishment: of the bank was pushed by tion" to fund off the indebted- just below this. the class of 1958 of General
thority said they heard in one send representatives to map '
place that Eclipse might move Other counties reported as Theological Seminary. New
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I y >,. s in and, in other places, that it Hoyt Cotney, chairmanof having as many or more stills
Is not a one-man Job we
Mr. Clawson la expected to
would not. destroyed are Dade with six
the Authority, said Florida
stills Holmes with five andNasau assume his new duties on Feb.
THE CRESCENT learned two
Corp., the Authority's fiscal -
j with 15. He is married and has one
weeks ago that Eclipse is actively agent and holder of
a second -
for Frank J.Thomas 1 three-year-old child. He succeeds -
: negotiating in anotherarea mortgage on the building, Services ,
the Rev. John McTa
for facilities.The should: be held responsible. Mr. 79 years old, who died on Sunday n.
Florida ElectricConsumption many who resigned to take over
meeting of the Authority, Cotney said Woodcock must at Clay Memorial Hospital,
a parish in Destin, Fla.
in the Clay County Court house, have known before it began were held at the graveside at

was called to discuss a suit for building the plant that the Au- Up Hickory Grove cemetery on

$117,275,which was filed againstit thority had no money. He said Production of electricity in Tuesday. Fla. Dairies Produce
last month. O. P. Woodcock, be would not sell $100 worthof Florida increased 12 per cent )lr. Thomas a native of Delaware

a Jacksonville contractor, is tires to anyone without first during the first half of last was a retired hardware Milk At 13.8 A Qt.
seeking payment for construction determining the buyer's abilityto year, over the same period of dealer and had lived in Clay

of the building. The orig- pay for them. Mr. Hersh- the previous year to register County more than 40 years. He Comparisons of the cot of pro-

2..xsV inal intent was to pay for the berge countered that Florida the largest comparable gain in was a deacon of the First Bap- ceasing, bottling and distributing
i IC structure through issuance of First had been regarded by five years and to nicely top a tist Church of Green Cove, anda milk in Florida Mississippi -

bonds. This plan' was thrownout Woodcock only as the Author- national increase of 9 per cent, Rotarian. Louisiana Alabama, and
by the Florida Supreme ity's agent. '- the Florida State Chamber of I He leaves his widow, Mrs. Georgia, reveal Florida milk

Commerce said last week. Ruby Conway Thomas, of the dealers are the most efficient

The purchase of electricity by i home; a brother, H. A. Thomasof in two ways, milk delivered toeustomel"a
County Commissioners To commercial establishments moved Wflliamston, N. J.; a niece homes and milk

up 13 per cent and residential and two nephews in Maryland. sold wholesale (primarily to

use gained 11 per cent during -! Deacons of the church actedas grocers).
Reorganize; City Officers To the first half of last year. I pall bearers. The average cost of processIng -

bottling and distributing

Mr. Hardenbergh Is married to the Dorothy Hardenbereh, 12. Mr. Hardenbereh Face Election In 60 Days MARCH OF DIMESThe milk Florida for home Milk doorstep Commission deliveryin

former Ronnie men, of Charleston, S. C. They is a member of St. Anne's Episcopal church, controlled areas was 13.8c per

I are shown above with their two daughters, he Is a 32nd degree Mason, a Shriner, a Rotar- Eight County officials will be ing a city commissioner is also quart and 24.5c per half gal
L to r.: Mrs. Hardenberzh Dee Dee Harden- ian and a member of the American Legion. elected by the Board of Coun- building: commissioner and Ion during December. The

bergh, 16 years old, Mr. Hardenbereh and Commissioners at tt-* annual building: inspector. sa other four southern states averaged .

-.." .. ""'" ", ,, ..- I" _''- ._ _lI reorganizational meeting. at 9 In Green Cove. Mayor Allie 14.2c per quart and
\ saeA o'clock Monday. T. Ivey and City Commissioner 25.Ic per half gallon as their

Officers to be named by the Marlin J. Harris face a munIci- costs.
Board are: chairman vice pal election on March 5. Registration r
chairman County road superIntendent books will close on Feb.
County attorney. 22 and the final day for qualifying -
1 County prosecuting attorney, is Feb. 19. NATIONAL BANK

juvenile[ judge and County ,sere Luther E. Wilson is expectedto James L. Ten of Pine Road.
ice officer. be reelected chairman of the Hibemia Route. yesterday was
t r The Board's annual reorgan- Board of County Commissioners M named president of the Jacksonville -

I t izational election of County i on Monday. He was namedto National Bank. A native -
"'Yes officers will mark the begin-I'I! head the Board on the resig- 4.sr cf Sylvester. Ga., MrTlson .
nlng' of a series of 'nation last summer; of WalterO. :.Js.t. la1 moved to Florida when
the County at which two city] Odum. O. J. Murrhee is ; s 4 r he was six weeks old. He was
commissioners will stand for presently vice chairman and is rtwarr-.M.- associated for 14 years with
reelection during the next 60 expected to be reelected. the Central National Bank of
days. Other present office holders County's March of Dimes campaign to run through Jacksonville. He Joined the
Voters in Orange Park on who will come up for reelection .January, got under way last week at the home of Mrs. Gordon Jacksonville National Bank on
Feb. S will elect two city com- are: James Knowles County Sandridre, chairman. Countywide appeal for contributions its establishment less than two
missioners. Last day for qualifying road superintendent: Berwick went out through the mails this week: and a "Mothers' March"is years ago. He Is carried to the
in this election is Jan. 24. Anderson County attorney and scheduled for later in the month. Shown above. L to r. are: former Frances Shelton of

Photos by Gene Koz& Up for reelection Is Charles prosecuting attorney; T. J. Rivers Admiral E. .J. S. Young, treasurer; Mrs. William Lynch Mrs. Leesburg. They have two children -
The llardenberehs live on the shores of Lake Geneva at the southern edge of DuPont and Herbert H. Morris. Jr.. Juvenile Judge: and J. Robert Morris )Irs. Jack QnariUus and Mrs. Sandridfe ames. 8 years old, and
Keystone Heirhts. Mr. Morris in addition to be- C. Sapp. County service officer. (seated). Sharon. S.

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OUav (Eounitt[[ : (Erescmt otiifefeer Smiling Contest '

byDUNCAN Smile Be Happy. it's 63 1

"I hold the maxim no less applicable to public GRONER

than to private affairs that honesty is always' the President Kennedy's request that funds for construction of

beat policy." the Florida Barge Canal be included in his upcoming budget
GEORGE WASHINGTON presents another bright prospect for Clay County.
But there is a lesson to be learned here in the current agonyof

the Clay County Development Authority. In a meeting last

Is There A Tory In The House? week the Authority was told it had a moral and legal obligationto
pay more than $115,000 for construction
of the vacant plant F .. k
County again. lust south of Orange Park. That the company for which the y. ,
It's qualifying time in Clay
Within the next sixty days two city commissioners will be building was constructed never moved in: that the Authoritylast
week was unaware this company is actively negotiating for
elected in Orange Park and two in Green Cove. Indications are
facilities elsewhere; that the Authority's attorney acted to
get a
that the incumbents in Orange Park will face some opposition. 1 ,
Whether such will be the case in Green Cove remains to be seen. moratorium on the annual payments due by the Authority 5
functioning *n the County it !sad got slapped down in a public meeting by its chairman: these
With only one political party f -
candidate however fine a job and other things indicate that someone has not been and is not
is to be ardently hoped that every
he has done, however dedicated to the public weal he may be, now doing his homework.
During World War II, General George C. Marshall dismissed a
will have some strong opposition.
office is forcedto from his office and quite literally sent to remote Islands ,
Any candidate who is opposed for any public a 4 f.
he general officers who appeared before him when they had not
take a stand on various public issues. If he is unopposed
done their homework. He was utterly scornful of any officer who
need only smile and kiss babies.
did not know everything of what was going on. what had been
County will as its various towns and commu-
Clay prosper done and what had to be done and how.
nities with officials who state in public what they believein
prosper What happened to the Development Authority's bright 4K -
don't believe in, what they propose to do about
what they
hopes because somewhere along the line someone muffed the
given problem. The County will not prosper when public ;ii:
any I IArnaiA
made ball and what could happen with respect to making Clay Countyone
officials elected without opposition. When they are I
are of the eastern terminals of the barge canal present the
to publicly state their views, it becomes expedient to do nothing, question of whether or not we have learned a hard lesson. Will Ann Wesley. a teller at the Rank of Oran. Part .,..... a amlMnraji *t Ranndrrs fUn .._ Pnnrr Farm
since by doing nothing one can never jeopardize his position or we do our homework this time?

be criticized for doing the wrong thing. I am not saying that Mr. Kennedy's request for funds for
The United States a governmental phenomenon that re- construction of the canal assures it will be built. The word in
in the of the world is built and has pros-
mains unique history
Washington is that the President will have rougher going with k
pered'beyond belief on a two-party system. If Clay County cannot the hew Congress than he had with the last one. However thePresident's i
have in addition to the Democratic party a working Republican I
blessing on the canal is the best thing that has hap-
then at least the people of the
or Whig or Tory party pened to it so far and chances are strong that funds will be
County will profit by publicly debating the issues that face us.
appropriated within the next six years during which. I would
That means that some brave men and true will have to step for-
;suspect. Mr. Kennedy is likely to occupy the White House. "34 s p
ward in the coming weeks and qualify as candidates for public Competing for the shipping that makes use of the canal if -

office. and when it Is completed, will be the booming aggressive city : w.f-
of Jacksonville. And Palatka will have the advantage of being 4s
closer to the eastern mouth of the canal. Green Cove has docks -

The Bay Of Pigs which Florida.we may pray will shortly be owned. by the State of 4 wx

Many of us recently have suffered very real fears at the Are Green Cove's docks the right size? Are they heavy ._
remote prospect of & misguided bomb from Castroland; no enough? What commodities will be unloaded and put on rail -: r4 i. -I

one seems afraid of an automobile in his own or his neigh- road trains or trucks? Are warehouses and hoists and cranes and _:
bor's garage. '. rail spurs needed or not? With the proper facilities what per- f

Yet figures released last week by the Florida Dept. of Public centage of the shipping could Green Cove reasonably hope to I

Safety present an incredible picture of undecleared war on the get and what would it amount to? How many dock hands, -E .

state's highways. I warehousemen, clerks would be employed.The '" f ts
answers to these questions are a small part of the
During the first seven months of 1062. approximately .
This County's homework for the future. It cannot be put off until t
accidents. iit
36,500 persons were injured in automobile :
Gainesville. During the canal is built or we will lose again by default.
Is more than all the people in the City of
Construction of the canal is one of the County's bright
that period (the number has since doubled), 653 persons died
hopes. Th3re are many others: utilization of the Naval base
in 76,634 accidents. James Jarrell son of Joe Jarrell. owner and operator of Gladys Tillii, postmaster cff Keystone HaUhta
I when (pray: when) the State buys it. finding stable growth industries -
In a further breakdown for the month of July the study Kayo Service Station Green Cove. *
for the hosiery mill and the Development Authority
shows that a vast majority of the drivers Involved in these .
the white elephantism of low-tax-
plant, seeking a solution
accidents were between the ages of 20 and 45; and three
paying absentee land owners finding an adequate supply of
times as many men were at the wheels of accident-bent cars wi-,
I heap electric power. These are but a few. _
as were women. They won't Just happen. They will come as a result of -
The terrible toll in death mangled bodies hospitalization planning coordination cooperation seeking whatever outside ;;' ,

costs, work lost not to speak of the agony of those closeto advice and help we may find doing our homework always
the victims cannot be blamed on the recklessly young mowing everything that is going on and being always prepared .
nor the wearily old. The burden falls on those who are in with an alternative if one plan is muffed. E
their prime aged 20 to 45.




County Board of Adjustment
Member Present:

RestaurantIs Herbert H. Morris, Chairman i
Floyd Gnann Vice ChairmanJ.

Now W.Wiggins Cameron, Secretary and TreasurerEd a 1 \:

Under the Management and Ownershipof Members Gother Martin Absent: j-, -_ : .

Meeting convened at 8:00 o'clock p.m.. Courthouse Green Cove
Springs, Florida. Reading of last minutes dispensed with. Miss Laura Graham, a patient at the Alary Olin Clinic Dr. P. K. Parsons KefOtone's dentist. 1 '

Stanley Noegel and Maxie Carter Jr. 1\Iemorlalliome Community Penney Farms. She was 91 yean f
MRS. WILLIAM L FLAKESWe Lot 2, of Replat of Block F and G of Kingsley Lake Village old on Monday

according to plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 4, Page 49,

Public Records of Clay County, Florida. Motion by Mr. Cameron

SpecializeIn Seconded by Mr. Gnann, and all voting to allow buildings to ._ Zr

remain as installed.
Carol Gnann !
Lot 9, Block 2, Budington Subdivision according to plat thereof *

, Blue Plates recorded in Plat Book 4, Page 16, Public Records of Clay

County, Florida. Motion by Mr. Wiggins, Seconded by Mr. Cameron -
With and all voting yes, to allow Mr. Gnann to build a house of r

2100 sq. ft on said lot. x F.
FRESHVegetables James Joyner
Parcel of land in Block 10, Section 20, of Ridgewood Divisionof

Orange Park, according to plat thereof, recorded in Plat
b c YIT
I Book 1, Page 23, Public Records of Clay County, Florida.
Used Car place in question. Suggestion made by Mr. Gnann

Open 6 A.M. Until 10 P.M.MONDAYTHURSDAY for the Board to meet at Mr. Morris office at 10 a.m., January

7, 1963 to ivew the property in question.

Meeting Adjourned 9:15 p.m.
Reconvened at 10:00 a-iru, January 7, 1963 at suggested place.

Members Present: t
Open 6 A.M. Until Midnight Herbert H. Morris Chairman _
Floyd Gnann Vice ChairmanJ.

W. Cameron, Secretary and Treasurer. t
FRIDAY, SATURDAY and SUNDAYTHE Members Absent: i :

Ed Wiggins

NEW Gother Martin *
Motion by Mr. Gnann, Seconded by Mr. Cameron, to uphold Margie Blabagno. a staff nurse at Clay Memorial Hospital Carl Moody, a butcher at Joe Hnntlcy' Store. Mlddleburr.

the decision of the Zoning Commission. All voting yes. Green Cove. \

Keystone Heights Meeting adjourned 10:50 a-m. \

J. W. Cameron, I

Secretary. r tw1-r"'I I

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REPORTER ELIZABETH: GROWNER.- 281-3166 re en ([oue. ews. S r i .L, I ISTATE


GUEST OFFICERS SPEAKERS TO AT BE i I II Kathy Lynn BIRTHS Jenkins, parentsMr. Events SocialMr. Notes Clay CountyServicemen Middleburg Notes I IThe I

and Mrs. Jerry Jenkins.
and Mrs. Charles D. Maxwell Mrs. Roma Thomas for several home of Mr. and Mrs. and While there
Mrs. F. D. Johnson, vice pres- nate-Dec. 1C, 1962 weight, 7 WeekJan. family. they
The of Green Cove Springs announce weeks.
id..nt of the State WCTU and lbs., 1 oz.Victoria. Robert Williams was one of visited<< a m ce who is attending

Mr. George Woody, secretary Jean Sweat, daughter the birth of a son, Army Pvt. Gervis H. Cherry, gaiety when their son, Robert Woman's State College ia
Jan. 10 V.I.A. Woman's Charles Douglas, Jr., on Christmas Mr. and C. Fisher Jr.
Mrs. L. and Jr. and his friend, Barry Le Boone, N. C.
of the State Loyal Temperance of Mr. and Mrs. Robert 21, son of Mr. Mrs. Robert
Club 12 noon, luncheon Day. The baby weighed Christmas with her mother .
spent Mae celebrated their birthdays.
Union, will be guest speakersat Sweat. Date, Dec. 17, 1962, O. Cherry, of Orange Park has
meeting, VIA Bldg. 7 ib, 8 oz. ,' Mrs. J. W. Parker in Chip- had attained the of
a meeting of the Green Cove weight 7 pounds and 11 oz. completed eight weeks of advanced They ages Mrs. Ray Nugen, Ruth Green

WCTU which will be held at Famuel Angue Colly, Jr., son Veterans of Foreign Wars, ley, Florida. While there they individual infantry eight and nine years. Steve Barthlow, and your reporter -

the First Baptist Church on of Mr. and :Mrs. Samuel Colly, VFW, 8 p.m. Linda Hahn is spending a attended a family reunion.Mr. training at Fort Gordon, Ga. Joining in the celebrationwere spent New Year's Dayat

Friday, January 18, at 10 Sr. Date, Dec. 18, 1962 weight Order of Eastern Star, month as the guest of her parents He is a 1959 graduate of Clay Theresa Masters, Ann Marineland. We thoroughly

o'clock The public is invited to 8 pounds, 11 oz. Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Scar- and Mrs. Frank Canova High School. Cercey, Nila Green, Trinia Bailey enjoyed the trip as the day was

tttfend. Deborah Lynn Hulett, daughter GCS Jr.-Hi P-TA, Jr. High brough.Mr. had:! as their guests last week- Ronnie Jacobie, Buddy delightful, the food at the

; of Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Hu- School, 7:30 p.m. r end their cousins, Mr. and :Mrs Navy Ensign David J. Wil- Thompson, 'Dick Miller, Richard Ranch House was delicious, and

!'ett. Date, Dec. 20, 1962, weight Jan. 12-Basketball, Clay Hi : and Mrs. W. A. Haw B. H. Halsema of Miami. helm, son of Dr. and Mrs. JohnA. Conway Mike Schultz:, Rick the educated porpoises and the

CHURCH !NOTICE i pounds, 5Vj cz. vs. Live Oak, Away. thorne of Natrona Heights, Pa., I Wilhelm of Keystone has Schultz, Lester Le Mae, Dick whale all did their lessons well.

Anthony Homey Tinney, son Jan. 14-County Commission I arrived in Green Cove last Friday i Mrs. Mary McTyre left today: I been graduated from storekeeper Cercey, Theresa Lanier, Ken-

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE of Mr. and Mrs. Homey Tin- ers Meetings, Courthouse to spend the winter months. I for her home in Portsmouth, school at the Naval Schools neth DeMae.:\ David DeMae and Mr. and Mrs. George Barth.

SOCIETY ney. Date Dec. 20, 1962, weight 9 a.m. 'Va., after spending the holiday! Command, Newport, R. I. Robert DeMae.Participating. low and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd

Cor. F.. Houston St. &: 6 rounds and 3/4 oz. Rotary, Methodist Church, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Olkow- with Mrs. Mae Hendricks. in the adults Gnann joined Mr. and Mrs. J.

X. Magnolia Are Brenda Lee Henderson,daughter 7 p.m. ski, formerly of Catskill, N. Y.. Last Friday evening Mrs Navy Ensign David J. Wil I party were Mr. and Mrs. Augusta II. Bedenbaugh in the latter's

of Mr. and Mrs. Garver F.: Clay Hi PTSA, 8 p.m. have purchased the Alfred Sapp Hendricks entertained at a dinner helm son of Dr. and Mrs. JohnA. Lanier Charles Hopgood. home for the event of watching
GREEN COVE SPRINGS Henderson. December 23 Jan. 15-Basketball, Clay Hi. residence on Highland Avenue. Wilhelm of Keystone, Is the old and the
FLORID in honor of Mrs. McTyreand Mrs. Eva Green, :Mrs. Lester year ap
1962!) weight 8 pounds. vs. St. Augustine Away. They have recently moved Mrs. Ann White of Cardiss, learning to fly a jet aircraft at Frisbee, Mr. and Mrs. Norman proach of the new.
Services! held Sundayat Lions Club, VIA Bldg., 7 from New York to Green Cove.
:Michelle\ Haire the Naval Auxiliary Air Sta.
T ,
a m may Wales who was visiting Mr Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
11 a.m. daughter of :Mr. and Mrs. Roland p.m. With them Is a younger daughter and Mrs. J. J. Mincher. tion, Meridian, Miss. DeMae.\ Out of town guests Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vickers and

1 Subject: SACREMEXT Haire. Date, January 1, Virginia Village Home Katherine. Another daughter were Mrs. J. T. Conway and little child have returned to
Demonstration Club at the Mrs. D. W. Farrell, has
Jan. 13, 1963 1963, weight 5 pounds, 6'i oz. her two sons, Dick and Tommy.Mr. their home after visiting Ed's
home of Mrs. Maple Ed- Cove thana LINDA COOPER NEW
lived In Green more FILM TO BE SHOWN
Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Kent, son of father-in-law and mother, Mr.
A cordial Invitation Is extended Edzar Kent. Date, January 3, wards, 10 a.m. decade. Mr. Sapp is now living The film of Evangelist Oral WORTHY ADVISOR and Mrs. R. D. Howard and the
I to attend our services. Jan. 16 Women of St.Mary' i with his lon Postmaster Green Cove Springs Assembly and Mrs. Fred Barthlowand
"The World in
1962, weight 7 pounds, 6 oz. Roberts YouiPulpit" parents of his wife, Mr. and
No. 77, Order of Rainbowfor Mr. and Mrs. Luke Leslie
., Parish Hall, 8 p.m. Richard Sapp. will be shown at the Mrs. C. F. Foust.
Keystone Heights Home First Pentecostal Holiness Girls, elected the following were among those in attend-

Demonstration Club Clay Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Jennings, Holiness Church, Green Cove officers at their regular meet- ance at the Elk's "Night

COUNTRY SMOKED SAUSAGE, lb..__...... .65 Electric Co-op, 9 a.m. J.'.. entertained at a dinner par Springs by the pastor J. E. ing last Thursday night: Lin- Watch" party.

Jan. 17-Green Cove Spring ty last Saturday evening. Among :Maynor. The public is invited. da Cooper, worthy advisor
WHOLE PORK. Chilled and Cut, Ib__ .33 Garden Club, joint meet- the guests were Mr. and Mrs Dorothy Ann Blackman, worthy Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Saunders CLAY THEATREMrs.

ing, 3:30 p.m. C. W. Scarbrough, Mr. and associate advisor; Martha Ann and Mr. and :Mrs. Robert

(Sold by the pound also) Penney Farms Home Dem- Mrs. Elwood Johnson, Mr. and CLAY HI GIRLSBASKETBALL Pigue, Charity; Carol Ann Malone joined )Ir. and Mrs. W. Jamie Carnthen. Mgr.

onstration Club, Town Hall Mrs Fred Borries, Jr., Mr. and TEAM Spearman, Hope; and Ann Lof Wayne Mikell in watching the

1 p.m. Mrs. James T. Norton, and the tin, Faith. old year out and the new yearin. Mon. thru Fri. one show only
The Girls Basketball
WILSON'S MARKET Order of Rainbow Girls, Misses Linda Hahn and Judith Clay High Installation of the new of- Box office opens 7:15 p.m.
team will their
play next
Masonic Hall, 7 Scarbrough. ficers will take place in the
p.m. game in St. Augustine, Jan. 15. Feature Begins 7:45 pjn.
:Masonic Hall
Ruiiell Road Phone : 284-4557 CCRMC Unit, Clubrooms, The next home will be on Saturday eve Miss\ Anne Gerard of both
7:20 p.m.BrOE Mrs. L. C. Fisher left last Jan. 18 with Baldwin.game ning, January 12 at 7:30 o' Middleburg and Jacksonville Sat.-Sun. 2 p.m. continuous

Elks Club, 8 week for Patterson Ga., to visit clock.
p.m. The following make spent the week end in Middle
This will be
an meet-
n this burg. Anne has joined up with
year's team, under the direction -
and the
ing invited
public to
/ of Miss Bond coach the U. S. Marines and is to be.
as :: A
1 attend. Thurs., Fri. Sat.
Alice Clevenger (capt.), Jean gin her career within the next
January 10, 11 &12
ten days.
Rivers (co-capt.), Frankie Rivers -
Pat Stanton Kay Malone
Jean Brown, Loreretha Bran- wish to thank our, many Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Leslie WILD GUITAR
friends for their deeds of kind-
ham, Carolyn Pearson, Earline spent a portion of their holi- Paul Ash

If you like 'em solid, Miles, Susan Wicks, Linda Jensen the ness, words beautiful of sympathy floral and days in Matthews, Nor Carolina
Judy Stough, and Maurine many with Luke's brother, Jack HOUND DOG MAN
l during the loss of I
sure-footed and quick Crawford. Fabian
d our loved one EPHRIAM
Managers are: Mary Ann

tA re' wriesseiradseeve Fairlane.s your kind of car! :Michaud wood. Their and record Sandra so 'far Under-this GNANN. -The Family.IN PHOTOS BY KOZA

year is one win and one loss. The Hilltop Photo Studio
SLAM THE DOOR-and listen! to the MEMORIUMIn Sun.. Mon., Tues. &; Wed.

solid thunk of a car that's all muscle. loving memory of my \\'. will cover yourPhotographic January 13. 14. 15 & 16
DOCTOR DODAMEAD TO beloved husband, I. P. Hen- needs for
SPEAK AT PTA dricks who passed away 7 Portraits, Weddings, Church TOUCH OF MINK
this hot new rr.Idaeweight: : gives you the
years ago, January 15, 1956.
room of a big car. MOVE 'ER: OUT- Dr. Thomas Dodamead coordinator You are too far away for Social and Fraternal Cary Grant

and learn how Fiiane! unsnarls traffic. of guidance service sight speech, And All Other OccasionsFor Doris DayCOMING
(It's foot shorter than standard ) for the St. Johns River Junior or
over a cars. But not too far away for
Appointment Call
College, will be the guest
thoughts to reach.,
HIT THE OPEN ROAD-This tight trim speaker at thhe next regular
Wife Mae Hendricks.
t Fsirlane X2..1.1 Falrlane! has the solid feel of a big carl! meeting of the Clay High PTAon ATTRACTIONS:

4-Door Sedan Monday, at 8 o'clock in the
s Choose from two I lively i Challenger V.8s High School eafetorium. With PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS 284-9268 If A Man Answer

with up to 164 horses...9 models: hard Min Martha Rogers, he will CHURCH
I Thank A Fool
tops wagons and sedans. explain the methods of testing GREEN COVE SPRINGS

and guidance of students in "ermontwe..
AND REMEMBER-In any Fairlane, you this county and will show its Green Core Spring
the kind of are-free for
enjoy driving in
importance .selecting their future
which Ford cars are famous (maintenance
careers. You have a HAPPY NEW YEAR TO EVERYBODYand
stops are reduced to twice a year or
Special Invitation
every 6,000 miles). to attend remember

GOLF ASSOCIATION NEWS Church and Sunday School "Green Cove Is Not Dead, Only Sleeping"

America !Newest! most c rfre.C&t'II! The Green Cove Springs Wom-
Thinking about selling your home, maybe an extra lot or
sn's golg association this week Sunday School 9:45 a.m. perhaps acreage in small or large tracts. either with or
.; FORD bean a putting ringer tournament Preachln"11:00 a.m.
without buildings, then acll! our representative -
which will extend for six Sunday Nile Servo 7:00 p.m.
NteN.s i., .ty. uRN MR. GOODWIN Phone 284-3106
\ Prayer M. Thurs. 7:30 p.m. -
.saaaeo =ooeItuisne Mrs. Richard Gordie announced -
this week winners in the
linger tournament held before I -EV 9-5830 1513 San Marco Blvd.-EX 8-9836-Jacksonville

1 rhristmas. Winners are: Mrs.

Ray Kledzik, first place; Mrs. -
Victor Brooker second place; COMPLETESEPTIC

S Mrs. John Bradley, third place.

r They will receive golfing equipment TANK Smith's Beer ServiceCash

On Sunday a best ball tour
ct Carry
nament will be held on the SERVICECleanouts I

Green Cove municipal links at

1 L o'clock.Ien: and women play- 0 *IBdar& Friday[ .E h Week 7:00

i ell are urged to sign at the I TIME
I up *
Repairs I a.m. 'til LAO) BOOB O.i"
:dub: house early.All .
members of the Women's 0 InstallationsORANGE
;?!f association are signed to PARK I With Tins AD QH ,Cat. Te TIM Customer I

Ty. in. the putting ringer tournament 264-6171
I or to a FawHy
VV9Fi3 l Fairlar.e 500 Sports Coupe GREEN COVE SPRINGS

EPHRAIM GNANN FALSTAFF -- Indeo.ithi4deJOpercaae>
plus depoIlt
Services for Ephraim Gnann 9691952If
who died Dec. 26 at the McRea

home of a daughter were held No Answer
I In 16 oz. throw away bottles,
Dec. 28. Services were conducted Call JacksonvilleSP SCHLITZ --
t -
t;;_".-. at the Gadara Baptist I-J54S I $4.a5 e8H. .
church the Rev. Lester
by Tajr-
3p. i
rart, of Middleburgh, and the WITH THIS AD OJl1Y .
ler. W. K. Brown of Bostwick.He i
leaves three daughters. Void at 12:01 per[.

three sons a brother. 11 grandchildren .

J. P REVELS FORD COMPANY '.children.: Five of and his 28 grandsons great grand-were I! Free Estimates, SMITH'S SERVICE STATION

pall bearers: Harold Gnann AMASON'SComplete 4 miles north Green Cove Springs

601 N. Orange Ave. Green Cove Springs Ph. 284-9779 CO 4-6511 John Moody Austin Beck!I
Rowan Thomas. Sr.. Rowan Septic Tank : Highway 17

f -- Set Sale For Your Ford Dealers. The TRADE WINDS Are Blowing!-- Burial Chomas.: was Jr.in, and McRea Robert cemetery.Ward. Service

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MHC& Lions To Hop Chiropractor Opens .
Social Notes I Events

I On SaturdayThe Office In Orange ParkDr.

.. Penney FarmsReporter Orange Park Lions are Miss Elaine Center, a fresh- :casion for a party for friends I The WeekOrange

sponsoring a Teen-age Record han student at Florida Southern and neighbors at the home of

: MRS. BENNETT CURTIS Hop at the Lions Club this Sat- College, has been namedto Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore. Orange Park High School

visit- Michel and children urday evening from 8 to 12 the Dean's List for the first PFA Thursday, Jan. 10,
After spending ten days Lester with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tur-
o'clock Big Ape disc jockey -
at 8 at the school caf-
ing Mrs. von Alven's parents, James, Janet, Barbara, Ken- Jack Mott presiding.Ray trimester. She is. also in the ner and son Chuck of Orange etorium.p.m.

M:. and Mrs. H. A. Illsley, Mr. neth, and Steven, have returned Bradley chairman of the coMege! concert choir and has Circle are home again after a,
and Mrs. William von Alven to their home in Colorado holiday visit with Mr. Turner's' Teen-age Record Hop Sat-
Lions hop committee, announces been appointed by the Deanof
urday Jan. 12 8 12p.m.
have returned to their home in Springs. in Arkansas.
that the proceeds from this Women to be the Freshman family at the Orange Park
Arlington! Virginia. Mr. Illsley
event, which is planned to be Representative on the Junior Lions Club.
left on Thursday for a business Last week, Mrs. W. S. Stew- repeated every other Saturday x c Advisor Committee. Elaine is Moving next week to Melbourne -
trip of several days to Fari- art received a surprise holiday Commander and Florida, are Mr. aadMrs Civil Defense Radiological
will go to the Lions Sight Con- tl.! daughter of
oault, Minn. visit from her son, Mr. Paul servation Fund. M-s. George Center of Elbow L. L. Hall of Elbow Rd. Monitoring Course-Monday .
Hurd Stewart, his wife and Mr. Hall is now in business Jan. 14, at 8 p.m. ia
The price of admission is 50 Rd.
The Rev. and Mrs. John A. their sons, Walter 15, and Chancy : rV there. the Orange Park Elemen-
cents for all teen-agers from
Swetnam have been spendingtwo 10, of Montgomery, Ala- tary School Auditorium.
ages 13 to 19. Refreshmentswill Jimmy Nelson, son of Mr. and
weeks in the home; of their bama. Miss Joan Boulware, daughter Orange Park Lions Club -
be available at the club Mrs. Edward Nelson of Cedar
son, the Rev. Theodore Swet- of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamilton Monday, Jan. 14, at 8 p.m.
kitchen. If want information Rd. due to be released
nam and family in Lakeland. Mr. Paul L. Johnson has returned you more H' T39 Boulware of Grasshopper Lane, at the Lions Club.
you may call Mr. from St. Vincent's Hospital this
While there, the two families after spending the holi- Bradley at CO 4-9545. week after surgery. He was has been elected rush captainof Orange Park Masonic LodgeNo.

visited in Clearwater.Mr. days visiting his daughter, Miss able to have visitors last week. her sorority, Theta Tau Alpha 267 Monday, Jan.

Dorothy Johnson, in Frederick at Florida Southern Col- 14, at 8 p.m. at the Ma.

and Mrs. Clyde Eekels Maryland.On lege in Lakeland.Mr. sonic Hall.
RadiologicalCourse Mrs. R. W. Robbins of King-
were in town last week callingon Orange Park-NAS Girl Scout
Miss Laura Graham at the New Year's Day, Mrs. A. sley Ave. is confined to bed at
Albert M. Malaterre chiropractic: physician, formerlyof and Mrs. H. A. Riedl and Neighborhood Meeting -
Mary Olin Clinic and others. M. Gunther entertained her OfferedThe Jacksonville has opened new offices in Orange Park. home. daughter Jan of Orange Circle Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 9:30

Mr. Eckels is making a satisfactory brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Dr. Malaterre was born In Madison Lake Montana and visited: Mrs. Riedl's father in a.m. at the Lions Club.

recovery from the cat- and Mrs. J. P. White who are first class of the Civil spent his childhood on a reservation in North Dakota.. He was New Year's eve was the ocFiJ.e New Orleans during the holi Orange Park Civitans -

enact operation he underwent vacationing in Daytona Beach.A Defense radiological monitoring a member of the Armed Forces during the Second World War. days. Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 7 p.m.
recently. They recently moved course was Monday Following his discharge from the service he attended North- at Charlie's Restaurant.
in the Park < Destroys
int. their new home at No. 4826 Communion service was evening Orange western College of Chiropraetory and was graduated in 195.1.He During the holidays, }{r. and; Middleburg School PTA -
School Auditorium.
Manchester Road, Jacksonville, held at the Penney Memorial Elementary came to Florida and practiced in Jacksonville for eight Keystone Home Mrs. A. T. Drinkwater of Plain- Tuesday Jan. 15, at 7:30
near Mr. Eckels' office. Church last Sunday with the Instructor for the course,
years before opening his offices here. field Ave. had as house guests p.m. at the school.
Rev. Charles M. Ackerman and which will include five weekly the
week goodnessof
This past her daughter, and son-in-law,
The Rev. and Mrs. T. R. Run- the Rev. Theodore H. Runyon cessions of two hours each, is people was brought out, as
Mr. and Mrs. William
yon returned on Friday after serving as the officiating clergymen. Wiliam! Muir of Keystone Jaycees Home Burns, folks from our community, and Clearwater. With them also BLUE DEVILS LOSE

spending the Christ-New Year The Rev. A. G. Hemp- Heights. Mr. Muir, an employeof some near-by communities rallied TO SANTA FE 39.32
In the Parker's 5 children,
season with their son and stead as moderator received the the Dupont Company, has Say ThanksThe Family to help a family who lost were
William, Jr., Don, Haven, and Bj Ben ScarboroughThe
daughter-in-law, Professor and following into full membership recently conducted the same everything in a disastrousyear
Mrs. Theodore Runyon, Jr., and of the church: Mrs. Roy Cros- course in Green Cove and Key- Orange Park Jaycees ex- Dire NeedA end-fire. twin baby girls, Shawn and Clay High Blue Devils

family In Atlanta, Georgia.Mr. by, Mrs. Minerva French, Miss stone. tend a hearty "Thanks" to the flooded heater was blamed Sharon. were beaten by Santa Fe 39-32

.Alta Crumm :Miss E. P. Hoover Anyone interested may enrollin public for the cooperation in for a fire last Sunday morning Whether or not you are a last Friday.

and Mrs. Peter Amrhein I M.'s. Katherine Teed, and the course, which is sched- their Toys for Tots campaign. A in half of a duplex house parent, imagine how Mrs. Ruby The Devils started from behind
Waldron felt the other morning Two To
have arrived from Chatham I :Mr*. Alice Joralemon, also the uled for the next four Mon- special tribute is due the teachers :at 463 Russmore! St., Orange when she returned from her Ways at the first of the game

N. Y. and opened their homein !following into associate membership dav evenings at 8 o'clock at and students of Orange Park Park. only to stay there through the
night job at the Sunland Train- Get InformationWhen
Penney Farms for the win- : the Rev. and Mrs. A. the same place. High School. Instead of giving The tenants of the house, Mr. ing Center in Gainesville to game. "They just weren't shooting -

ter: months. II V. Borkey and Mrs. Ethel Morgan each other gifts at school they and Mrs. Ford and their three find her home a mass of smok-, Admiral Rickover was the bell" as the spectators

Among the guests pres- marked the interest of the resi- each brought a new toy for a young children, were unhurt, ing ruins-and not a child in asked to state his qualificationsas said In fact they didn't shoot

Miss Edna Beyrer, Mrs. T. C. ent at the service were: Mr. and dents in the informative pro- needy tot.Twentyone. but lost all their belongings. sight! It was a sight she was a critic of our national school the ball but 16 times in the first
Mrs. of Glendale needy families totaling The residents of the other half he half when they supposed to
Macoubrey, and Mr. and Mrs.J. Gayle Dixon gram. certainly unprepared for I For- system, replied: are
M. Rice were in Lake Walesas Calif., who are in town visit- : 124. children, had a very of the house were able to rescue tunately, all of her six childrenand You can inform yourself shoot at least 16 in one quar-

holiday guests in the home ing Mr. Dixon's sister, Mrs. Miss Stella Cass has announced merry Christmas. Jimmy Roberts their possessions, but their one grandchild were all about anything in two ways: by ter. At the half the score stoodat

i of Mr. and Mrs. ,Charles H. Mabel Fast; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest the meeting of the WCTU and Archie Padgett were, half was badly damaged by water safe at neighboring homes. personal experience and by 17-14, in favor of Santa Fe
Beyrer. Nelson of Cheshire, Conn.; i busy until 10 o'clock Christmas and smoke. Owners of the studying the experience of oth- and from there they started
When the
Janu- around
to be held on Tuesday, news got ,
f and the Rev. and Mrs. RobertC. I eve getting all the toys out. duplex barely a year old, are ers. Personal experience is freezing the ball to keep it out
ary 15. at 3:00: o'clock in the everyone started to do what
Sunday guests of Mr. and Dodds of Leonia, N. J., guestsof church sanctuary, with the Tan and Ed McDow .ll. they could, and give what they necessarily limited by the kind of our hands as much- as pos

Mrs. Charles Laird last week Mrs. Dodds' parents, Mr. program in charge of the men By a strange coincidence, the could to help. Mrs. Bert Chris- of life you lead and the kind sible. However, at the begin

were their nephew, Mr. Harry and Mrs. W. H. Dodds. (the honorary members.) O. P. Telephone Fords' own home, on that same toffers Sr., of Keystone, as- of work you do. But study of ning of the fourth quarter, Lou

Laird and Mrs. Laird with their plot of land, was destroyed by sisted by Mrs. Walter Andrewson the experience of others is only Shippes, coach of the Blue Devils

two children of Westchester, Mrs. Luman J. Shafer was Subscribers QueriedTelephone fire 7 years ago. were around on New by the time you can find to put them on man-to-man defense .

Pennsylvania. tha speaker last week at the On January first, Gervase This is the first residential Year's Day, collecting articlesof study, to read, to correspond or and almost pawed themup.

mid-week meeting sponsored by James Patterson Barger, M.D., subscribers in the fire in the area this winter.If clothing and whatever else to talk with experts." They came within three

Dinner guests of Mrs. Marie the' Benevolent Committe. Mrs. and Mrs. Barger arrived in] Orange Park area began receiv- anyone is interested in help- was to be had. To get an education, to acquire points of them in the remaining

Wilson on Friday were Miss M. O Robbins prsided and pre- Penney Farms Memorial to take Home up Com resi-, ing post cards from the Tele- ing the Ford family, contact Mrs. Christoffers wants it information, to develop minutes of the game.
Jessie McLaren Mrs. Thomas sented Miss Carrie Tarbell who dence in phone Company this week ask- Mrs Edward Haller phone CO
their I known that she-as wel las Mrs. mental capacities, all you needis The games on tap for this
chester of Kingsley Lake !led the impressive devotional munity. They came from and I ing them if they have any 44152. The children are a girl Waldron is grateful to all the an intense desire to study week are Baker County, her

and Miss Beatrice Turner of service. Mrs. Shafer, and her I former home in Washington comments or criticisms regard- 2 years old, a boy 4 and a girl fine people who helped this and to have access to an ade- Tuesday, and the Live Oak Bulldogs .

Jacksonville. The quarettte re- late husband spent many yearsin I Art already settled in C.the house'Mc- ing their current telephone 9. Mrs. Heller has information family. Thanks to all of them, quately equipped library. on Saturday at Live Oak.
paired to Mrs. Wilson's apart- Japan as missionaries. She PJ-erson apartment' service or the Company which about sizes, and other items the story has
a happy ending.
ment where they played "Bali" spoke from long experience on No. 102 on tehcampus. Dr. and provides it, according to John needed. The Waldron have another I

and enjoyed holiday refresh- the history and development of Mrs. Barger have two married Tucker district manager for house now-rented
-an.d they
ments.A the International Christian Uni- and daughters' Mrs. ,Erva Mrs.Zuckerman Wenona Diggle and Southern Bell Telephone Com- have clothing, food, furniture, Dr. Albert M. Malaterre

versity in Japan, which is the ; pany. Teenage Rodeo dishes, blankets, pots and pans
two sons, Rex Barger, an ex- Mr. Tucker said in makingthis
large number from Penney January benevolent project of etc. Someone even gave them a Chiropractic Physician
Farms attended the fiftieth The church. She stressed the ecutive with Vernay Laboratories canvass a double post card Set For Jan. 19 Frigidaire! All of which just
Yellow Springs, Ohio; and will be mailed to each customer. -
wedding anniversary observancein academic standing of the graduates to show
The Orange Park Area Jaycees goes that when the the opening f kris
'honor of Mr. Dr. Ben Barger, clinical: psychologist He also said that his com- announces
and Mrs. J. W. and said that each grad Teenage Rodeo will beheld chips are down, you can counton
Fullerton in the Qui-Si-Sana Ho- uate found employment or en- Gainesville; and 11 pany Is not necessarily seeking at the' Orange Park HighS the innate goodness of your New Offices

tel, on Sunday. tered a graduate school. The grandchildren.While compliments; that if any of I' ool at 10 o'clock Satur- neighbors.

Rf>.v. Leigh Soule showed slidesof serving as missionaries the customers have current .day morning, January on 19. 1632 Hwr. 17 N. Orange Park, Fla.
After in the Belgian Congo Dr. and criticisms he would like to I PHONE: 261-987
spending a week visiting the University and Mrs. C Sergeant Jansen of the Florida
Mrs. Michel's parents the S. Dopp assisted with explana- M s. Barger were friends of Mrs. know about them. Tucker fur- Highway Patrol will be the- FLORIDA EMPLOYMENTAT By Appointment

Rev. and Mrs. Oral C. Brownof ticns of the work being done William Edwards and the late ther stated that it is commentslike judge. First will be ALL-TIME HIGH
prize $20.00
Caroline Blvd., Dr. and Mrs. there. The large attendance Mr. Edwards. phone these company that give help customersthe the tele- second prize $15.00, and third Florida nonfarm employment, HOURS: lIombyVednesday & Friday 9 a.m. to 8 pan.
kind of service they desire. prize $10.00. at 1,415,400 in November hit Closed Thursday & Saturday Afternoons

Everyone who replies unfavor- For complete information,you another alltime high..

AIUIOUR'S 6-8' LB. AYG. 3LB. CAN ably will be contacted in an may contact Driver Education State Industrial Commission

CHECK effort to eliminate the cause instructor Arthur Wilson at the Chairman A. Worley Brown

PICNICS BAKE RITE of his dissatisfaction. high school. said the November figure was COTNEY TIRE SERVICETire

THESE Similar post card canvassesare 9,900 above the previous recordin

planned for many other MRS. FISHER HAS March 1962 and a gain of

49? areas served by Southern Bell HOLIDAY PARTIESMrs. 56.200. over November 196L Recapping from Smallest to Largest Size

291 SPECIALS Telephone Company. L, C. Fisher entertainedthe The influx of jobseekers from Dist. Miller Tires-Autofte Batteries

Limit 1 With $5 Order iFshers who could get to- outside the state pushed unem-
gether on Christmas Day. ployment to 85,200 in November, Cor. Park and King JaefesonrHie. na.in" .
FOOD KING I-lb. ,"a Can IAX. HOUSE-I.LB. BAG Among the guests were: Mrs. 2,000 above October but that 9-327 nr EV 4-Wtl
Armour Star Breakfast State Comptroller Ray E. Fred Trapnell and Mr. and Mrs. was far below the 109,400 unemployment -
Green said this week checks for White both of Jacksonville -
COffEE George in Florida in No- ANDORANGE
BACON COfFEE $13,500 are being mailed to and Mr. and Mrs. Frank vember 1961, Brown said.
each of the state's 67 countiesas Fisher of Trenton: Florida. PARK
Two industrial
their share of the race track On New Year's Day Mrs. categories established -

tax fund. Fisher entertained at an Open new monthly records
391 491 391 Brown reported. i i I I I I I : I I : : I H-H-'rH I I I : : : :-+' J : I I I I I I I i ii
I The Comptroller said a totalof House for about 50 guests. Mrs. i
$53,000 has been sent to the Fisher was assisted on this occasion Manufacturing, at 226,600,

Limit 1 With $.i Food Order Limit 1 With $Z Food Order counties thus far during the by Mr. and Mrs. Alex was the: highest monthly totalon Complete line of plvmbtec aad

a current fiscal period. This is an Pupkin, Mrs. Ethel Shands, than record.October.It was 9,300 higher :: 0 NE electrical supplies. Ii

LARGE BOX 303 CAN E."ERGY-LB. BOX increase of $4,500 over the same Mrs. Clifford Geiger and Miss :t Expert advice for Met r&M1ts.i .
period during the previous year. Julia Smith.
Widest selection oC qaatttybonce :
+ wares aa* gift wares.

SHOW STEERS i STOP Ceaverteet charge a ee&Btplan.

: I REAL ESTATE Carol Baker 15 year old I
25? 19? ;
10? laughter of Mr. and ;
INSURANCE APPRAISALS E. Baker, will show an
Limit 1 With $a Order Limit 1 With $5 Order Angus steer at the ninth an- SERVICE t

nual fat stock show and sale

Frauk W. Brownand at the Florida State Fair to be '
held in Tampa Feb. 5 to 16. 3. sow \Ve Collect Electric and Telephone Bffis

Associates Last year Carol took a 4-H re-
serve champion with another ,
1800 U. S. Highway 11 Phone
Angus steer. Carol's 11yearold
;; 1022 HIGHWAY 17 264-6831 ,
?i? __ 1 uRt i tiftz4il; art Orange .Park CO 4-9504 brother, Edwin, will show :t ORANGE PARK

another steer at the show.




JANUARY 10, 1963 QJfay mount,tj,' (Erescent p,1:11: 1I'1'V1':





I TREICHER, deceased. NO. 3548 Plaintiff... by MRS. ANNE STERLING

I I Director of Consumer Educationfor
creditors of the Estate of a corporation underthe laws Defendant
the American Institute of Laundering
.. Julius Oestreicher. deceased of Florida NOTICE OF SLIT
Plaintiff e7w,++es.1....fcy.--.ln t.W t.-Jn ln.l
are hereby notified and required -

which they may have C. MILLER and Brown 19, Province Blvd..of Verdun Quebec Montreal Canada. Buying Curtain It Not East I have been spending a lot of

MARINA MOTELAPTS. against said estate tin the office ANNA E. MILLER his wife.Defendants.. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- time lately studying the curtain material now on the market.
FIED that a suit has been filed Selecting the proper curtains for your home is not easy and 1
ABC TV INLET MARINAHwy oof the County Judge of against you In the above entitled have tried to gather some material from my own experience and

FOR RENT Clay County Florida In the NOTICE OF SUIT cause and to serve you are upon hereby plaintiff's required from our Certified Washable Seal Laboratory to help ;you.

17 Orange Park courthouse at Green Cove attorney whose name and address ( The first thing which you +
RALPH F. MILBERGER By Week or MonthU. Springs. Florida within six THE STATE OF FLORIDA: appears hereon. your writ- I must decide before selecting
STORAGE WET & DRY ten defenses If any. to the bill what is the most
draperies to fabric.
calendar months from the date TO: William C. Miller and Anna of complaint in said suit copy simply pasted on
REFRIGERATIONAND CROSBY BOATS S. 17 North important qualityyou This makes pretty cur
E. Miller his wife whose of which is delivered to you a very
EE-ZY TRAILERS of the first publicatioon of this herewith on or before January are lookingfor. tain material but it is not pray
PHONE 284.3603 notice. Each claim or demand residence is 615 West Altu- 14. A.D. 1911. .... . .... .Is it low cost tical for long use. In the first
AIR CONDITIONINGService MERCURY ENGINES Street. Tucson. Arizona: Herein fall not or decree pro Is it good washa- wash
must be In writing and must ras confevso will be entered againstyou [g place, the flocking may offs
You notified thata bilityf Is it luxu- and also it will yellow in time.
PACKAGE STORE state the place of residenceand are hereby for the rlief prayed in the
bill of complaint. riousnesi and new Dependable Dacron One O?
SALES & SERVICECO suit has been filed against
AUTHORIZED "FEDDEKS" post office address of the The Nature of said suit being design There is the best all around fabrics for
Sale Service claimant and must be swornto I I you as Defendants In the above for Divorce. no one perfect use at your window is Dacron.It .
4-0835 WITNESS hand and the
PAUL'SAll by the claimant his agent entitled cause; and that you seal of said Court my of Green Cove curtain material so we must decide is not easily damaged by
Rome Phone 284-978O are hereby required to file your Spring. Florida this 11th day of what is best for our own sunlight and frequently showsr.o
or his attorney, or It will become -
Bnsinesg Phone 284-6381 BOOKKEEPINGHERMAN Legal Beverages December A.D. 1992.OEORGR particular uses. sign of shrinkage when laundered
void according to law. answer with the Clerk of this lined or Unllne Many Occasionally in the 100?'
Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M.Dnval Court and to serve a copy U CARLISLE ask if it is worthwhile
December 14. 1962. Clerk of Circuit Court. people me Dacron curtains of a sheer ma.
E. REEDBookkeeping County Line OLGA J. OESTREICHER. thereof upon the Plaintiff orPlalntiff'a ESTELLE RIDLEY to have draperies lined.. It does terial you will find the shadow
Deputy Clerk. cost more, of course but I feel wrinkles which cannot be ironed
.:;; AGIN'SRefrigeration I North of Orange Park Executrix of the Estate of attorney whose 3. C. Sapp.Attornf'Y I I that the longer life which lining out. I prefer a blend of 755*

and Tax Service Julius Oestreicher. .... .... name and address Is: Smith. for Plaintiff gives to draperies more than Dacron 25% cotton which irons
,1 : P. 0 Box ,
; 446.
PIANO SERVICE Deceased.Dec. Elliot and Schwalbe. 830 Lynch Green Cove Spring'. Florida. makes up for this additional ex with very little care and does

n1ln D) Conditioning And Air 400 W. Walnut St. 20. 27. 1962. Jan. 3. 10. '63 Building Jacksonville 2. Florida Dec. 13. 20, 37. 1S62 Jan. 3. 1962. pense. In to lining always draperies have them remember not ing Dacron show the with wrinkles.Rayon you Combine gist

not later than February
\ Phone 284-8721 GEORGE WEEKS LEGAL NOTICE done in the same material as can get a very nice curtain*
SERVICE LEGAL NOTICEIN 7. 1983. I I the draperies themselves. In but there is the possibility cf
Green Cove Springs PIANO SERVICE _- *1 I If you fail to do so. decree LEGAL NOTICE other words line cotton with shrinkage.

Chrysler Alrt.mp Sales THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ,.. pro confesso will be entered : Ag of this date January 10, cotton rayon with rayon. The New Softer Fi r&r.u-t Have
this is that
Tuning Repairing reason for any been much impressed with the
Authorized Philco CABINET WORK PHONE 284-3278 COURT OF CLAY COUNTY, against you for the relief demanded 1953 I will not be responsible shrinkage or stretching that occurs new novelty weaves now beingseen

ServlcA FLORIDA.IN in the complaint. for any debts made by anyone-' will happen both to the in fiberglass. These weaves

LIX8LKY WOODWORKS Box SO HIbernia Rt. PROBATEIn The nature of said suit being other than myself. Signed draperies and to the linings. seem to impart a softness and
Day Ph. 281-3680 Green Cove Springs Rare about Rayon Yes we flexibility to the fiberglass which
Custom Cabinetry re: Estate of ELIZABETHS. for foreclosure of mortgage recorded Preston Daniels.
Night 284-3402 can really rave about Rayon on it did not have previously. This
Office, Bar and Store Fixtures WOODWORTH. In VoL 40, Page 407 Jan. 10 24 31 1963
ESTATE 17 certain scores. It comes in such tends to make it less brittle and
S. Palmetto Cabinets Bldg. Hardware REAL Deceased. Official Records of Clay County beautiful colors that many of less likely to break and fray

Green Cove Springs Plywood Plastic Laminates NO. 578 Florida the description of LEGAL NOTICE us select it for our rooms. due to movement of the drapery.
CLARENCE B. LAZETTE NOTICE TO CREDITORSTo the property proceeded against It drapes beautifully also and If you are considering an open
I'hone Bus. 284-3223 NOTICE OF SILK makes a really glamorous win- mesh weave in a fiberglass I
All Creditors and Persons being as follows: All that cer-
APPLIANCES Phono Res. 284-3803 Llscensed Broker In To: WILBANKS, JOHN B, dow. However, Rayon should be would suggest that ;you gi*.
hhaving Claims or Demands tain property situate and beingIn Purchaser drycleaned because when laun- some thought to the possibility

i Highway 17 North Green Cove Springs! against said Estate: Clay County. Florida, more 5955 Lane CircleJacksonville.. dered it will frequently shrink that the threads may slip,creating

Jim Carter Appliance Green Cove Springs You and each of you are particularly described as follows You are hereby Florida notified that from 8 to 10%, on the average.As large holes in the fabric.
Service. Inc.A. Since 1037 the following motor vehicle: long as you send Rayon For an open mesh weave Rayon
FILL DIRTCHERRY hereby notified and requiredto : U62 Ford. F100J draperies to a reputable cry* might be a better choice.

F. Baker Homes Farms Acreage present any claims and demands S. No. F10JN142033 I cleaner you should have few Pure Linen, A Surprise I
Lot Nine (9) Block Eight
will be sold at sal with them.
which you may have public at problems have been very pleasantly surprised -
Air Conditioning & (8). :MEADOWBROOK Unit 10:00 o'clock on the 22nd day of hav
Satin For heavy the tests
Antique a by We
11 W. St Ph. the Estate of ElizabethS.
& LOVETT Spring 28.4323UPBOLS'r.ERER against January 1912. at 601 N. Orange.
RefrigerationWe 2, according to plat recordedin Ave.. Green Cove Springs. Fla. I' luxurious Rayon you might like conducted on pure linen dra
Woodworth deceased late Plat Book 6. 12 and The proceeds of the sale will be to select Antique Satin. Once peries. We have so long associ
service all major DragLine Dump Truck of Clay County, Florida to the pages applied to the payment of the again we have the problem of ated wrinkling and hot ironing
13. of the public records of cost of retaking storing and and also the.development with linen thatI
Appliances LIGHT DOZIER WORK >> County Judge of Clay Coufity, sal of said motor vehicle and shrinkage temperature pure
Clay County Florida. the cost of publication of noticeof of shadow wrinkles but was pleased to lee this has
Florida at his office In [the
Home phone-284-5131 CLEAN FILL DIRT Together with all structures sal and then to the satisfaction handled properly by a repu- been overcome. Today's linen
Shell Clay BAXLEY'S TRIM SHOP Courthouse of said count1J at of the balance due under table drycleaner these draperies 1 launders and irons up bea ti-
Business" 284-3542 GreenCove Springs Flo da and Improvements now and the contract covering the financing should good service. fully. Colors and
1400 W. Idlewild Ave. of said motor vehicle. give I patterns are
FREE ESTIMATES within six calendar months hereafter on said land and Any surplus will be paid to you What About 1cinrt-Some exciting in this fabric and the
PROMPT DELIVERY Phone 284-3505 fixtures attached thereto and you will remain liable for flocking is woven in, but the i life expectancy should be very

Courteous Service Green Cove Springs from the time of the first and all rents issues proceeds under any balance said contract.remaining unpaid majority that ;you find today is I good.
publication of this notice. Each
Seat Covers Panels and profits accruingand ASSOCIATES DISCOUNT
Phone claim demand shall be In
: CO 4-6311 or CORPORATIONBy
: Auto 'rapsUpholetery to accrue from said : R. ){. Armstrong Coll
c Rea. CO 4.0867 writing shall be in duplicate :Mgr
Lining premises all of which are included .
W. E. Ernest shall state the place of resi- IOU Main St.Jacksonville
( ) Cherry, within the foregoing Fla.
ELECTRIC BOTTOM General Mgr. Sofas Chairs dence and post office addressof Jan. 10. 1962
description and the haben-
(BOATS Cushions the claimant shall be swornto \,
Doctors Inlet, FTa dum thereof; also all gas,
.- by the claimant his agentor I

Income Tax: Service attorney, and shall be accompanied other steam heating electric cooking water and refrigerating ,

I I OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS HERE I II Short 18 Years Forms$2.00Long Experience any filing such fee claim required by the or by demand one law dollar and not ing ventilating, lighting irrigating plumb TrooperBill I

and power systems machines -
shall be void.
so filed
Forms-$5.00 up sCarroll M. Wright appliances fixtures, sags.09

For RentFOR Miscellaneous ]Reasonable Rates for Business As Administrator cum tes- and appurtenances which _

Real Estate Rentals Etc. tamento annexo of the Es- now are or may hereafter ,...c

RENT: Nice 2 bedroom pertain to, or be used with
house, newly painted inside and worth deceased. in, or on said premises, even -
WE BUY SELL TRADE 8645 Roosevelt Blvd. be detached
though they or
out, reasonable large yard, appliances First publication'on January
furnished. ,Call Penney Three locations: Orange Park 3. detachable.

Farms, 529-8211. 20tfc 15 E. Palmer St.. Ph. 284-3280 1963.Jan.. 3. 10. 17. 24. 1963 WITNESS my hand and the
FOR' SALE seal of said Court at Green
Warehouse & antiques old
FOR RENT Comfortable 3 Cove Springs Florida this 29th

bdr. house. Kitchen furnished Gym Bldg. S. Orange Ave. FOR SALE 1 circulating LEGAL NOTICE day of December. A. D. 1962. :;&"' -

218 N. Orange Ave. Phone e "BIG TOP" tent Blanding heater 4500 BTU with stand KEYSTONE STATE BANK GEORGE L. CARLISLE. FLORIDA IS SO OBVIOUSLY BLESSED .
and drum and tubing $30.00
284-3030 or 2843512. 6tfc Blvd. At Ridgewood NOTICE OF REGULAR Clerk of the Circuit Court BEAUTIFUL

house 6 East Cove Street ers and live bait dealers. Increase The regular annual meetingof ,!
near Hosiery Mill. Two small the stockholders of the Key- (A copy of the complaint filed .. #;
profits with our
TV SERVICE Don your .
Anytime ?i#
children OK. Yard fenced. Appliance large fed Florida Giant stone State Bank will be held herein is attached to the copy r.o'ry' Tfa

*. $10.00 month. Elwood Woollard. Phone 2849615. grain 1! at its office on Lawrence Boule of this Notice which is mailedto ... f"j. : :11.. Another Important.. .
Red direct ,.
worms. Buy from us ; iNji'! .. :".
284-6652. Otto each Defendant for whom a / '.,....'.. ,., of h ASSET IS A "HIDDEN
Johnson phone and increase your profits. Phone vard. Keystone Heights. Stateof .,....,Ol'., WI'If" ..r:vim.rW
22tfe DISCRIMINATING SENIOR SP 1.1567 or Write Masters Bait Florida on Monday Jan- residence more specific than a ...'J Nr { ,/ A r.j.; BLESSING"-ONE OF THE

14 at 3:00 for state or country was given In' WORLD'S MAJOR DEPOSITS ''
Citizens may appreciate open- Farm Jiiddleburg. Fla. 10-2p uary 1963 pm. --
FOR RENT $25.00 per me"no ing of a Thoroughly comfort- the purpose of electing direc- the sworn statement filed herein If you must stop while OF PHOSPHATE ROCK, Q

children, to retired couple, able Retirement Home soon at -PEACHTREES "-"" tors and transacting whatever by the Plaintiff his agentor driving poll off the high PROVIDING PHOSPHORUS,

nice cottage partially furnished. River View 15 St. Johns Ave FOR SALE The new "Fla- other business may be brought attorney). way. Don't stay on the A VITAL MINERAL THAT
Near creek fishing and Jan. 3. 10. 17, 24. 1963
nue. 13-4p won"' and other varies budded before said meeting.N. pavement. Use a rest area PEOPLE, ANIMALS AND

boating privileges. Large fenced Watson Hardenbergh Jr. or the shoulder so that PLANTS MUST HAVE
chick- WANT TO BUY: Old china, 3n rootknot resistant root stock. ,
yard for small garden or
Executive Vice President & TO LIVE.
traffic flow
LEGAL NOTICE can normallyand
ens. Fellowship Park 4 miles glass furniture, coins, toys, I George Wise, Penney Farms Cashier Jan. 3. 10, 1963
safely by
from Green Cove Springs 15 knie-knacs, odds and ends. Write road, Phone 284-3295. lOc NOTICE OF SALE you. 2-12 r's,

miles from Jacksonville Naval card telling what you have or FOR SALE Record Player, FINE HOUSESIf To: JOHN H. HOWARD.

Air Station. Call EV 9-1786 bring to Gator's 90S Anastasia Stronberg-Carlson, table model you have a lot we will build PurchaserP.O.. Box 309Middleburg

week days 281-9676 Sat. A Blvd., St. Augustine, Fla. Florida
HFP1. 33-45-78 speeds. Fine your home on monthly payments You are hereby notified that FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK

Sun. lOp instrument in beautiful mahog- either shell complete in the following motor vehicle:
any case. For quick sale $30. either frame of CBS-phone w rlU: ids. at public sale at .
furnish <
FOR RENT 3 room 10:30 o'clock on the 22nd day of t KNOW YOUR
with bathm. 100 West EXPERIENCED Baby Sitter Phone 2S4-340S. 10-2e %264-6895 Orange Park, Fla. N. OrangeAve. WEIGHT 2. / LBS. IN fL/6H7
ed apt a''t
10-4p .. r Fla. LENGTH 2-1INCHES
St. Phone 284-3213. lOtfe wants work. Daily or weekly OR SALE Portable Sewing The proceed! of the sale will be FLORIDAWATERFOWL;

(except week ends). Mrs. Tom SACRIFICE Beautiful diamond applied to the payment of the CRESTED K tt/SI-
:Machine and washing machine cost of retaking, storing and Mile

For Sale Real EstateFOR Dnnmire Green Cove 2843911. both $60.00. Phone 284JS60. platinum wedding set the sale cost of said of publication motor vehicle of noticeof and BROWN HEAD

lOp lOp $165.00. C\\l 284-6032 before sale and then to the satisfaction -
of the balance due under
and lot 3 RELIABLE MAN OR WOMANTo 9 a.m. lOp the contract covering the financing -
SALE House PIANO FOR SALE-;Mathnsek, of said motor vehicle. FEMALE -
bedrooms 2 baths, terazzo take over Watkins Route in FOR FUN and GOOD EARNINGS Any surplus will be paid to you. r'ml/[
rood condition call Airs. Gools-
and you will remain liable for GRAY 80PY-WHIT4
Green Core Springs. Good for
floor, at Pleasant Point. Call by 284-3491. lOp Avon Representativeswill any balance remaining: unpaid
to $65 weekly to start. No under said contract. WING PATCH
284-3962. 10-4p up tell you it's easy to sell fine ;
investment. Set your own hours. CHICKEN FERTILIZER for products full or part time it's ASSOCIATES DISCOUNTCORPORATION V RED CRESTED GREEN-

HOUSE ON LARGE* LOT for Permanent opportunity. Full or sale at farm $5.00 pick-up profitable, write Sirs. Donna By: R. !1. ArmstrongColl.. >Ur.10SS BILL SLACK HEAD

sale near schools, nice neighborhood part time. Write C. R. Ruble, truck load, 7 miles S. Green Burns. P.O. Box: 448 Gainesville Main StreetJacksonville itJ

2 bdrm CB. Call %8.- Drnt. J.1. P. 0. Box No. 2447. Cove Hwy 17, C. V... Dehaven Fix lOp I Jan 10. 1>62 Fla. (( ( as' ;[ : j I SLENDER TOOTNED,

9679 lOtfc Memphis 2, Tennessee. 10-Zc rS4-4790. 10-2p I :i T RED 5/LL

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111111111111I111111111 I Hlllllllltnnr. U I i I i 141-11111 14fP4IlIJITtt Includes Cleaning-Oiling
Adjusting Case polished &
one of these parts "Eb; Ru5TYdRW7TAIL
AMERICAN Main Spring f rIDES
Carpeting Appllancce OFFICE SLTPLY CO. Xylon Band GRAY r, MAlE

Complete Home Furnishings Reliable Prescription Service Lloyd z:. Jones Jr.. Owner Guaranteed for
895S Roosevelt Blvd. AU Work

Jacksonville EV 7-481 Complete Cosmetic Dept. Specialists In 1 Tear THE COMMON 'FtSH PUCK" OF '
Cameras Films Office Snpplies-Offlte Equip

Pacemakers and Peerles Pharmaceutical Needs-Sundries:, Service all makes of Radios AND GULF* FROM M/D-OC70QFRL MERGANSER

Air Stream for Travel Complete Line of Greeting 23 W. Walnut St. Green Cove Springs THRU MAY I
Used Trailers-Bank *
Financial Cards 24 Hour Service Phone 284-6951 Mail Orders
0017 Roosevelt Bird. 2032 Blinding Blvd.. I FLOR/A O"'ME AN FRESH HMT* FISH COMMSSOftTllUBSDAY
BUTTS MOBILE HOMES. INC 2C55-57 Park St., Jacksonville Chronographs and Special Models Slightly Higher

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REPORTER: KAY STONE : flLBtOfl!! ( !lrights Betos .


The Church Women
Community I The members of the Junior
met for the first meeting of Sunday, those who de-: The ladies of the Keystone
W. L. and Thelma Bunce Bunce and Woman's Club of '
en- Bunny's aunt and Keystone
1903 on last Monday evening. fiad j the! rain storms enjoyed a' Heights Country Club association -
tertained at a New Year's Eve uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young Heights are grateful to all the
The speaker was Mrs. Chic fine spectacle in the Feast of held a Flag Tournament (9
party at their Santa Fe Lake and the who
two young children c good townspeople assisted '
Lights presentation.Mr. holes) on last Monday. Mary
Mathison of Gainesville,who has :
home. Helping the Bunce's usher came along in another car. 4SSSS them in making a Merry Christmas -
recently rteurned from Korea, Ralph Crawford was the: Hookas was first; Doris Ottingcr -
in the New Year were George Mr. Bunce reports that it for their "adopted cottageof
after two years there. During and Lucille Massa, and George'smother &rrator. As he read the ap-: was second; and Aggie Watson
was a unique experience to girls at Sunland Training
her stay ahe was a teacher of propriate excerpts from Scriptures i third.
Mrs. Eride De Fonso -
chauffeur the small fry, especially : z Center They especially thank
the children of Missionaries.This from Philadelphia Bill and persons representing! Following the tournament
; since there were three : Mrs. Harold Sutton, their sponsor -
Sunday the Congregation Mary, Joseph, the Shepherds' the monthly luncheon and business -
Evelyn Scales and Bill's cousin. portable radios in the crowd, YI + who appealed to the other
will hear the annual reports Bud Beeler, from Monesson, each tuned to a different sta I embers of the Senior "om- the Magi the Apostles, Early meeting was held at the
of the agencies of the Pa.; Gloria and Richard Murr- tion. His passengers included an's Club to donate costume Saints, then Bishops. Priests lima of Mittie Haynes, with

Church, the Sunday School, the hee, Jennings and Georgia Susie Belote, Karen Williams, jewelry and other trinkets to and Deacons came forward and I Elva Steadham as co-hostess.
Church Women's work, the Trus- Murrhee, Bill and Scottie Beam, Kerry Shackleford Gail Chris- make these girls happy. lit their Candles from the Christ The ladies voted to chang

tees, the Stewards, the Young Charley and Kitty McGlave, toilers, Angela Aiken, Debbie They thank Mr. Bob McCormick Candle. the Club Championship matches
People's and the Men's Club. Tony and Joy Baker Carl and During the singing of the
Hawes, and Vicki Whidden as for the donation of a rec from the fall to April, so that
The Treasurer and Pastor will Faye Darden Bill and Edna well as the hostess, Bunny ord-player for the cottage costing final hymn those representingthe the 13 Matches will be played
gin reports on the state of the Baker, Darrell and Evelyn Bunce. the Juniors only the priceof present Bishops, Priests, in April of this year.
church Davis Margie and Henry Hall, repairs. and: Deacons having received They discussed the possibility .
Leon and Kie Ridaught and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pope their light from the Apostles,
The party was a real success, ,of forming their owl InterCity
Mike and Gloria Redfearn. and family of Alexandria passed it through the
ST. WILLIAM'S NEWS and one that the girls will not League, as opposed to join-
were the holiday guests of Mr. a soon forget. Along with the gation. ing one already established.This
The Cherub Choir under the Miss Bunny Bunce, daughterof and Mrs. N. W. Hardenberghand All the young people, from ,
gifts and refreshments decorations was tabled for the next meet
direction: of Irene Brault and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bunce family. On
Friday evening, Kindergarten through college,
Janet Lamm, sang at Mass on had an interesting birthday Dec. 28, Miss Dee Dee Harden- : 'p .. etc., the Juniors left took part. Mrs. William Nelson Eng. They discussed a Mother
tham with bags of candy and Child tournament, to be held in
last Sunday, the first time since party on the week-end. Bunny, bergh entertained with a sup f a. A? n.4 was in charge of costumes, and
chewing which will do February. Vesta Aiken will bin .
making their debut last month. who was 10, invited seven, of per party for Miss Delila Pope. Mr. Ralph Copeland was the
They were commended by Father her girlfriends on a trip to the Supper guests were Margaretand ey& 3 yl them a long time to come. organist The Choir sang hymns charge.A .
Daugherty for their fine per- Jacksonville Zoo. A good time Danny Pater, Erie Garber, p 5- Two new names have been appropriate for each characteras band-and-Wife tourna
formance. had all added to the roster of the Junior merit will be held on Sunday,
was by despite the Margaret Muir, Alec Livingston he came forward. Vocal
Sunday, Jan. 13, will be Holy rain. Mr. Bunce drove the car and Kathy Wehlan, a visi- Woman's Club. The Juniors Solos were sung by Mrs. Alex Inn. 13, with a buffet supper
Name Sunday.: All men of the with the eight girls, and Mrs. tor from New Jersey, who spent are happy to welcome as mem- Brokas, Richard Murrhee, and following.!
Parish are urged to sit in their the holidays with her cousins, MRS. JAMES CORBETT M US GROVE bers Pat Parsons, wife of our Dr. Philip Parsons. "q
special pews and receive Com- the Paters. dentist, Phillip Parsons and
Scouts The Annual Parish Meetingand
munion in a Body. Last Maxine Jones Becomes Bride Helen Hersey, wife of DeWitt Covered Dish Supper will Insurance

The front pew at the left of '62 Cam put Mrs. Eride DeFonso of Philadelphia Hersey. l be held this Sunday, Jan. 13, Reynolds
the aisle is reserved for the ; Pa., left on Monday, Corbett A1us NOT
Of James rove at 6:00 p.m. ( 6:30) at
children of the parish. Parentsare December 21-22 marked the Jan. 7, for her home after vis- KEYSTONE BRIDGE the ,Masonic Temple. Hostesses I i Agency
asked to Bee that the chil- last Campout of 1962 iting with Mr. and Mrs. George The First Church CLUB L. .
for the Baptist in Keystone Heights was MEETS for theevening will be Mrs.
dren sit in their pew every Sun boys of Boy Scout Troop 105 of Massa and family.Mr. the scene of a lovely wedding on Saturday evening. Dec. The Keystone Heights Dupli F. LaMee, Mrs. Arnold Larsen, GenerallnsuranceTelephone,
day, and ushers are requested to Keystone.The 29, as :Maxine Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank cate Bridge Club met Monday and Mrs. Amy McElrath. It is
inform visitors of this arrange weather ideal and Mrs. Wilfred Volker Jones of Keystone Heights became the bride that Fill makean
was as 18 of James evening, for their weekly play, hoped everyone
ment. boys, their Scoutmaster Barry of the New Port Richey, Fla., Corbett Musgrove of Live Oak, in a double-ring candle- the results of which were as effort to be present at this

1 .!. .!. .!. .!. .1a. -1-.. Wyman, and Committeemember were Mr. and Christmas guests of light ceremony performed by Rev. W. C. Overturf of follows* Mrs. Jane LaCoste and important meeting. Office 4734881
1!. t ifuw T William Beam camped at Crys- Keystone Mrs.Club Nick Estates.Chab of the Palatka, with a benediction by Rev. J. R. Smith, pastorof Arthur Barber were first high Service next Sunday morning

Murrhee tal Lake. _the church.u, I rcorers. Mrs. Edward Johnson will be Morning Prayer and Home 473-4745
The boys were scored on Mrs.\ Ella Gerst of Corbin Mrs. Betty Mulling: of Gaines- parents of the newlyweds, the and Miss Sally Mansfield tied Sermon. At this service, the

Insurance AgencyFor campcraft, patrol spirit, and Ky., is spending the winter ville was Maxine's matron of bride and groom, and the with ]Mrs. Bee Cooper and Louis Incoming Officers of the Epis
cookcraft. Other events included the Keystone Club Estates with at honor. Bridesmaids were Miss bridesmaids and matron of :. Kyle for second place. Mrs. copal Church Women will be Keystone Heights
marksmanship and log-saw Barbara Spence of Orlando, honor. inrtalled.
Your Insurance Needs her daughter and son-in-law, Anna James ,and Mrs. Lucille
ing.The Mr. and Mrs. Nick Chab. Mrs. Gail Montgomery of Tampa The bride attended St. Johns Davie for third place.
See: RICHARD MURRHEE Flaming Arrow patrol and Miss Bonnie Moates of River Junior College for two Duplicate Bridge Club members -

Agent with Barry Wyman, Jr., as pa_ Palatka. Little Denise Hodgesof years, and Florida State Uni- are advised to keep in touch Brooklyn Supply House
trol leader, took all the honors "HAS BEEN" TEAM Jacksonville was the flower- versity for another year. with ore" another concerning the

Phone 473-4786 and prizes. TO LAY GAME girls, while Jimmy Mulling of The groom, who is currentlyin jan. 14 meting, since it hasn't
The boys and their scout- The local "Has-Been" Football Gainesville was ring-berarer. the Air Force, stationed at vet been decided where to meet. Building Supplies, Hardware
Keystone Heights Florida master are looking forward to team will challenge theM Maxine, who was given in Panama City also attended St. The Keystone Lions Club havea Precast U Lintels All Lengths

e a eye a c another big year in scouting, lrose "Has-Been's" at a 6mm marriage by her father, was Johns River Junior College, dinner meeting on the second
'-T T T T T T T T- .' with 44 boys on the roll. football game at the Keystone !lovely in a hand-woven Japa- prior to his induction. Monday of each month in the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

Reservation on Peach nese silk gown trimmed with The couple will reside in Masonic Hall, the regular meeting Roy AY. Tyre Phone 473-4886
Street, Saturday evening, Jan. bridal satin and adorned with Panama City, for the present. place of the Duplicate Club. I :
sequins and pearls. The dress 1

KCVCTONC:I HEIGHTS.I I' FLORIDA the high to game.26.The get Keystone school-greats game in Lane there will Sibley team.and feature, who play Each will still a former coach team good like I I had and Her chid veil a a only on train.high and an jewelry Eastern carried neck She ,wore long was a Star white a a sleeves fingertip Bible.neck-or-- .r..Ci EVR iEiii ;p"l: ig-6t..1; ;;; I

lace belonging to her mother. .
will squad.) be Only limited 12 men to a will 12-man dress Mr. Ralph Copeland of the No wonder Chevrolet L< so popuar! with a choice I like this: the luxurious Jet-smooth i.;;

out for each team. Park of the Palms was the or- j Chevrolet lively lew-priced Chevy II, sporty rear-engine Corvalr, i, -

The Booster's Club of Key- ganist, and several lovely selections : two new versions cf America's! only all-out sports car, and'F\ ,
stone Heights will sponsor the were sung by Miss i
C. J. "Tele" O'Connor P.O. Box 227 Phone 473-4297 game. Frances Lee Langford of Live The make r-ore people s
Oak, a cousin of the groom. Y tlR depend on

Mr. Corbett Musgrove, father I
GCS CHAMBER. ELECTS of the groom, was best man.

YOUR RADIO FIXED F I All: For The Chamber of Commerceon Ushers were Myron Prevatt,Jr. .
Tuesday night, in a hastily and Tommy Jones of Keystone

1 Tube-Tuning-Sockets Tightened $ called meeting, elected nine directors Heights Charles Gaboardi of : !
Transformer AlignedLaborand to one-year terms. Directors Melrose, Tommy Bamawell of :
are scheduled to meet Palatka, and Jimmy Pounds, also i
within two weeks ,to elect of- of Palatka.A .
New Dial Light ficers. Those elected are: J. L lonely reception followedthe
Triplett. Louis B. Huntley, Dr. ceremony. The receptionwas I
ROY DAVIS CO. John Malone, Dr. R. M. Pater- held at the Masonic Hall,
23 Walnut St. Green Cove Springs son. Bernard Branson F. L in Keystone Heights. Miss

Phone 284-6931> :!4 Hour Service Robertson. Dr. R. O. Jensten. Kathy Parker of Jacksonville ; "a Sport tMft- i
Carroll Wright and Baxter kept the bride's book. Mrs. Ann '63 JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLETIrr.; ('f 13 JCAerrefefe- .
Williams. Baker of Lake Geneve Miss : .

I Jackie Fox of KeYStone- Heiehts.- .. : :
and Miss Connie McCrone of

BACKING THE PROGRESS OF CLAY COUNTY duties Tallahassee as cutting, performed the cake, serving such- i i alfis "

punch, etc.
In the receiving line were the



The Keystone Indians topped

4 Hawthorne's Hornets 45-40 in i Chevrolet Impala. Sport Coupebtsvty Chew 11 Vow 09 Station Wapon i .
: a "home" basketball game in : rid end tonfort vou'U go for instantly shirrs the

I Melrose on last Friday evening. ..................................................................................-.....................-ccrif-.-.eare.......fetw.........".t...of....tAe.....l\g......Cht't'nltt...................i.
All of Keystone's home games
are played in the Melrose gym.
S X, one that basketball I
( can deny -
:::TIIT-- is a fast game, but the Indians I

were just a little faster
than the Hornets. Bob Jacksonwas

THEKEYSTONE in fine form, sinking just
about every basket he attempted. I
Other noteworthy playerswere

STATE BANK Gary Cooper, Billy Games
George Leath and Jim McMur- scitJl Corrair Monza. Club Covpe Corvette Sting Ray Sport Cttpe i

try. High man for the Hornetswas ..........._ snazzy bucket teat interior tkere' also a nne SUng ftay Convertible
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLORIDA Tommy Witt. ..__...._.__. .. .j
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"YOUR FRIENDLY COMMUNITY BANK" 41.The U. girls Rubylane won their Smith game making also, See four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom! .

16 points, and Diwme. Brokas -- -- -
second high with 10. Brenda

COMPLETE BANKING SERVICEMember Pollard of the Hawthorne team ROBERTS
was high scorer with 11 points. CHEVROLET
FDIC The Indians now have a 4-2
record having won their last
four games. Orange and Park Green-Co ve.Springs Phone-284-3Q3a.::

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