Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
November 27, 1958
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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>.

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BRADFORD COUNIY.TELEGkAPHOfficial 2,800"- Copies

STARKE the City of Stumps Every Week

(An Editorial With Pictures) County Publication Established In 1879


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,# Y To, Clash December 6th

p.. a deed dated Monday Nov. A January 26 trial date has I
nci 24, the Florida Bank at Starke been set In Union County Circuit The
l I Keystone Conference champion BHS Tornadoes will
has purchased the Maude Crews Ccurt for Robert Kubat Raiford 1 I
be pitted'agafnst highly rated Parker of Jacksonville
property in the Woman's Club prisoner who Monday knifed prison Terry :
block on N. Walnut Street., guard Lt. K .D. Conner in an in the fourth annual Strawberry Bowl football classic at

According to documentary escape attempt. L Bradford Park Saturday, Dec. 6.
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stamps affixed to the instrument, Conner 41, is reported making tjcneauiea at o p. m. the game
purchase price of the property good recovery from his woundsin Negro Woman\ :is sponsored by the Starke Elks
Lots 1. 2. 3, and 4 of Block 16, Bradford County Hospital. Lodge as -fund-raiser for its
Original ,town of Starke was The attack by the prisoner occurred crippled children charity project.
$20,000. Two houses are located on in an automobile a short Sam Tack is,serving as chairman
the property. time after Conner had picked up Dies In Fire of this' ear's bowl ,activity

Mrs. Crews, the widow' 'of the the convict at the prison dairy rChristmas Both teams have a 7-2 win-loss
late A. S. Crews, now resides at where he told guards he was ill. 4 record this season, with the out-
the Aragon Hotel in Jacksonville. Kubat was handcuffed and At Lawtey HomeHessie come of Terry Parker's game with

It was learned 'that the bank placed in the back seat of the Faxon Wednesday night not

3 also holds an option to buy the car driven by Conner After they I IlUrs. known at press time,

,; Geo. B. Flynn home property in i had gone a short dlst>;nce, Kubat Seals In The Mail Negress, Mae,burned Perkins to death, 51-year-old in the< Terry Parker, has the best rec-
the same block pulled out a knife that he had fire that ord of any high school team in

;: -- : Rumors that the bank is also concealed in his shoe and attacked Mack Futch chairman of the 1958 Christmas Seal the Sam Brown destroyed colored her home quartersnear in Jacksonville with* losses only to
the guard, inflicting throat
interested in the Woman's Club wounds. Drive in Bradford County, is shown delivering the last of 2,109 Lawtey early Saturday Englewood of Jacksonville and
property, to round out the entire The prisoner jumped morning Madison in the current season.
from the envelopes containing seals to Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. The
t block, have not checked out since car and ran but was The fire, which also !Their star halfback Elite (the
r ? seals have been in the hands of Bradford Countians for several destroyedan I
-kr4. spotted by prison employees work-
Jet] Johnson, is one of the best
no official of the club has
4Y + been approached. -, yet. ing at the dairy. They gave chase days, and Airs. Futch urges all who received them to return ,adjoining house and threated in: Florida high school football
and quickly overtook him. their money promptly. others in crowded settlement
and has averaged two touch-
03ms. Although was discovered by the woman'sson
no public announce--
An ambulance was
called from
t Henry when he returned per game this season.
t vd1 ment has been made, it is believed Starke to take
that the bank, a memberof Conner to the hos- home from a nearby juke about The Tornadoes have lost onlyto
pital here.Kimbler.
} the Florida National Group, Starke Merchants Need A Santa; 1.30 aon. Palatka and Lake City during

t plans to erect a new building on The Starke Fire Departmentwas the '58 season and have rackedup
the property to' house the Starke summoned, but found both 10 straight conference wins to

branch. Christmas Parade Next Thursday houses burning beyond control cop the title two years In suc-

Private property owners in the Given Two, Years when they arrived. They concentrated -..I cession.

w neighborhood have been on the nearby buildings : Advanced tickets are on sale,
approached -
and have'voiced no objectionto Leonard Kimbler Starke I The. Starke-Bradford County see an item in the window thatshouldn't and on the bedroom corner of the I at $1 for adults and, 50 cents for

having a banking institutionon youth who recently pleaded guilty j Chamber of Commerce has some be there, list the name Perkins house when spectators reported ,students at Koch's Shepherd's,
'i1 the site.Boys to creating and entering the work for Santa Claus if the old of the store and the item. When the woman was misSIng.Her .i Garden Restaurant, and Robbins'.
Bradff-rd High School cafeteria boy has any spare time between your list is complete, mail it to charred remains were found At the gate tickets will be $1.50
rJt H. last Sept. 30, received a two year now and Christmas. the Chamber of ,Commerce and when firemen sifted through the I! for adults and 75 cents for children. -,
w NabbedIn sentenced in Circuit Court here Santa is'needed for the Christ you may win $25 in trade coupons ashes of the burned Muse after '
Vii' Monday mas parade next Thursday eve- good for Christmas shopping at the blaze was extinguished. 1 M

Circuit Judge Geo. L. Patten, ning, as well as for visiting with any cooperating store. Each storeis Circumstances of the fire were I
Sanford who had ordered a pre-sentence children at Santa headquarters on asked to notify the C of C as investigated by Deputy Sheriff .: Trials Delayed
Dolph Reddish who said that Jes- .
investigation of Kimbler's case, the courthouse' grounds, and other to what its hidden item is so en-
fie (Catfish) Williams, who also I)
r said the information disclosed d_utles. tries may be judged.
in the house to I|
lived managed
Also W ntedHere was' the youth's favor and The Chamber expects to, pay The Chamber announces that escape the fire and was found Due To Absence'
recommended ,that< he, serve his Santa, a modest stipend for his all churches are invited to enter outside in an extremely intoxicated -I I
.. sentenced 'in the Appalachi Correctional services-so Santa if you're interested their choirs in the Christmas condition. '
.Apprehension five "boys in ,Institution.Cochrane .- please apply at the parade next Thursday night at 7 It was reported that the Perkins -I, Of CourtSfeno'

Sanford, who had been "on the t Chamber office.- ., p. m., and join in a Community woman and Williams frequently -, ,
lam" from SUrke for Draws Merchants' are busy decorating Carol Sing on the courthouse started drinking after I

days, ""is':TejtpecieiJ',DyVBheriff; several P. Clay'.Cowtjr.Court [Uiier i ?;wlridaws,. |orthe Hidden grounds-ofterthe'parade:-cn ith- they got off from ...worll\,1t Fridays Circuit Court ,trials 'of (wo assault
: OsEti '
w. Tieasure'Hunt this Friday' andSaturday"arid es and other organizations also and continued thronglf scheduled for
J" : 1 D, Reddish to .shed light on an are cases, Monday,
epidemic ,of break-ins in the SentenceLarry ; the public is invited invited to enter floats with long weekend. Williams said he were postponed until Jan; 5, due
Li Starke. < to join the fun. Simply the Christmas: Story theme. Ad- could not remember any of the to illness In the family of a court
<< area in recentweeks.Already .
Cochrane *of Starke was tour the business district and ditional information may be ob- circumstances leading up to the !reporter.;

. returned: to Starke are recently sentenced in Clay Countyto view the windows displaying the tained at the Chamber of Commerce 1 Clerk, Charles Darby, said
twb fire.The yesterday -
J juveniles; Timothy Crawford, three months in jail for disposal sign, "Santa Cooperator. If you I I office. theory, .was advanced that. ; that Mrs. Evelyn ,Harvey
has served term -- '- --
a in the industrial 'property under'lien, and' the fire startea from a mm menu could not be
present because of
.. v school, and Clyde Mc- theft of items in Keystone heater that had recently been the

juvenile'court.Rae, who''is on probation from Heights. ow Tornadoes Close Out Season placed in the house. and serious no other illness court of reporter her father.>wa*,

\ Cochrane was accused of,taking available.
The three older youths are being a drill press and a mitre saw Annual Service

charges held there in Sanford before to being' answer returned firm from at his.Keystone employers and, a trading building off With 19-7 Win Over Green Cove Set For ThanksgivingAt of The Jeff scheduled Merricks, cases Alachua were County those

Negro, charged with assault with
to Starke. They are: Wil-
a rifle that he was purchasing, Madison StreetThe
liam [Billy GriffiS; who is on time from I _, intent to kill in the Oct. 4 shoot-
sporting goods store
a The .Bradford Tornadoes closed Pace, guards Gene Weaver and of
probation from Circuit Court; there.. annual union Thanksgiving ing State Trooper M. N. Sel-
Maribn Thornton outr a successful !season last 411day James Thomas, tackles Tom Stal- lers, and the. case of Lillie Mae
on probation Formerly employed at the State Service conducted and sponsoredby I
; and William Anight ,with ,another victory, lings and Bobby Shannon, and end Hood, Reno.Negress, charged with
McRae who Prison. Cochrane hadbeen' Ministerial Association,
recently the
19-7, over Green Cove Springs: !
has Henry Hall. assault with intent to kill in the
tIc2L; The no court'record.. working as bookkeeper for With a' ,ten straight record of Passing-attacks for either team will be held in the Madison Street ; Oct. 24 shooting of Tom Mark,
boys are wanted here 1
to the building firm at Keystone.He wins in the Keystone Conference, 1 failed to materialize as both Baptist Church on Thanksgiving : local Negro.Bradford,
answer charges of ,stealing 300 was picked up here by'Brad- the Tornadoes captured the loop I teams threw up impenetrable pass morning [Thursday at 10 a. m.'

pounds of pecans from A. H. Harley ford County deputies on, Nov. 19. title for the second year in suc- defenses. Bradford attempted on-I Rev. J, E. Sherwood will bring
jvr Jr on Nov 19, as well as for received ChapterOf
the The offering
cession.In message.
,, ly three passes (one of these was
;4 questioning in connection with last Friday's game, 'Johnny intercepted), and Green Cove will be given to Hope FHA Elects '\
thefts Seven-year-old
l of
gasoline, tires, batteries
Devore a 140-pound speedster tossed the 'ball only four times. Haven Hospital in Jacksonville.
and other items from I places of carried the, ball '14, times, rackmg Not a single pass was completed. New OfficersBradford
business in Starke and'vicinity' up a total of 143 yards for a 10.2 The Tornadoes took the opening I Civil Defense Topic
When they left County chapter of the
presum- illedByAuto yard-per-carry average as Braa kickoff and on third down Jim Used At Inservice
ably in Griffis'' automobile, the ford' pounded out its final season Hobbs kicked out of bounds on I Future Homemakers of America

boys are believed to have had an victory; __ the Starke 41. Green Cove I Training ProgramDr. elected the following officers at

assortment of firearms in their In 301 AccidentA Devore 'scored two of the three couldn't move the ''ball and kicked!. a recent meeting: president Judy

possession, as well as some whis- Tornado, 'touchdowns. Quarterback to the Tornadoes who put the call A. Y. Covington, Bradford Judd; vice-president, Linda Was-
key, also likely stolen.. Bubba LaMee continued to m play on their, 20. On the first County Health Officer discussedthe din; secretary Joan Campanelia;
The flurry of break-ins reached seven-year-old boy Irvin La- handle the ball so deceptively that play Devore took a handoff from. responsibilities of the Health treasurer. Carl Ward; reporter
a peak here on the night of the mar Mosley was killed shortly he had 'the Blue Devil defenders LaMee and raced around, left end Departments in Civil Defense at Barbara Shadd; program chairman -

BHS Homecoming festivities when after struck 6 p. m. last Friday when tackling non-ball carriers all for, 43 yards to the Blue Devils; an Inservice Training program Mary Ann Long; and work
most of the police ,force was on by a northbound car on through'the game. 37. The attack stalled there and held in Green Cove Springs Mon- chairman Jean ndicott
duty in the vicinity of the school. U. S. 301 near the Underwood Tornado halfback Terrell Green Hobbs punted into the end zone. II day, Nov 17. Health Department :The members voted to beautify
Motel, about four miles of
\. Some four or five/business places north also racked up good yardage ((4in '< Green Cove took the ball on its I nersonnel from Baker, Clay and the area around the home ,econ-
Starke. .
were entered at, that time, and .eight carries)h suddenly, materializing 20, picked up two yards,' then I Bradford Counties attended. omics building the year's project -
several since then. The little boy Was the son of with the ball down- was penalized on the seven for Rear Admiral Aldrich of Green along with making sewing
3 J. B. White 'who lives on the Mr. and Mrs. Irvin demons'Mosley I field 'after LaMee had seemingly illegal use of the hands. Henry I Cove Springs assistant State ,Director kits for the, homeroom teachers
State Farm roads is among those and was returning to"his home handed off to a couple of other I I Sohm attempting to pass, was of Civil Defense, spoke'on and practicing home safety.

who have reported/steady lossesof across the highway after visiting backs. smeared 'for a loSS' baCK to the general aspects of the program. Several ways of making money
gasoline stored tor use in farm his mother, who Is 'employed' at I Sparking the' Blue Devil'at- three. Sohm kicked to the Tornado Others from Bradford County were also discussed.

equipment Other victims have the motel restaurant., Deputy tack was Bill Tinsley pile-driV- 123V From, there, in three attending the meeting were Bill Some of the members attendedthe
reported losses ,of, tires and bat Sheriff Dolph Reddish, who Investigated ing;\ 190-poand ,fullback. He plays one of them a 15-yard gal' Haas, Bradford County Civil Defense District FHA meeting held

teries. the accident, said the ground Rut 62 ,of Green Cove's .*lop by -Devore. Bradford earned Director Mrs. Eustis Mc- in Palatka Nov. I, and a few of
boy apparently looked for,southbound totaL,110vyards{ rushing., It was to the Green Cove two. Devore Knight Mrs. Martha Snellen the girts served at the flTTimnisupper
Chapter Farmer traffic but crossed with- a tough'' assignment, against .the carried the remaining distance fora Jack Trawick, and R. E. Edmond- held in conjunction with
out being'aware of the approaching Tornado line featuring such stal- I score. The PAT failed as an son, Bradford County Hospital the recent HomecomingasarbaraShadd
Degrees ConferredBy northbound car. He was pronounced warts as 230-pound center Calvin [Continued on Page 51 I I I Administrator. j reporter.
dead on arrival 'at the t
hospital.No .
charges. ,were brought a-
Chapter: Farmer degrees were
conferred, A gainst the driver of the car, Har- .

boys on at 12 ceremonies Brjutford held CountyFFA last old since J.indications Miller of Brewster.that'N.he did Y.. ,. Starke May Lose Second Day Of Drivers' Tests I
We hope the;time never comes when' Starke will Wednesday Nov;, 19, in .the. Agriculture ,
everything hit-
be known as The City of Stumps"" but from Building: possible :For the convenience the pub- applicants seems to' have declined have expired have 11 forbidden
Honored ting the boy swerving to months in to operate motor scoot
were Leaton Mathews,
the looks of photos above it seems as if that unhappy Eugene Underhill Bill Dockstader the side of the highway. Miller lie Bradford County was recently and the load is, not heavy enough :.which to obtain a license wiithout ers. Between li and 18 they may

era might be nearer than we,think. Lane' Soskins Roy''' 'demons.Eugene and his wife 'were returning to en'authorization to hold 'driv to: warrant 'a two-day schedule, taking the examination, upon operate scooters under a restricted
in er's license examinations on two Price says. payment of a $1 fee. license, which
Chamber of Commerce is constantly Barnes:'A, en.Crews*, Gerald their home after vacation delinquent does not permit
Although the Gainey."Ellis Coleman: Nathan South Florida. days each week [Thursday and He urges everyone needing totake If they choose they may take the them to operate scooters at night.
'alert for catchy slogans! we hardly thinkit Green. Elmer Hunter and Billy Funeral services for the boy Friday rather than one day the examination to come in examination and obtain a license He reminds ,pare u thata restricted

would want to boastof "The Stumpiest .Parkways Dampier. These boys made a were held at 2 p. m. Monday at [Thursday). 'as in the pasts on Thursday and Friday of each for the regular fee of $1.25 without license does not permit

,In Florida" or "Stay An Extra' Day And See total profit of $3.105.45 in their Douglas Cemetery near Lake Butler The, examiner.., Trooper V. H. week-not this Thursday, how- a penalty. drivers under age 16 to dnve at

Our Stumps." projects this year. with Elder Ellis Thornton of Price of Jacksonville reports, ever since Thanksgiving Ap- Trooper Price emphasized that eight, even with parents in the

The three, making the highest the Church of Latter Day Saints however;, that ,unless volume increases plicants who cannot read or write. application for restricted licenseby car.Price
These, scenes show what is happening. to' some, profit were Roy demons with presiding. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral sharply, it is doubtful "that 1 will be given the examination by those 14 to 16 years of age has been with the Hv 6h-
of our onceattractive'residential streets, where $900. Billy Dampier with 1599, and Home: was in charge' of arrangements the two day Schedule. will be;oral questions the Trooper states. must be signed by both parents way Patrol for five years and
trees have been cut down by the city and' stumps Leaton Mathews with $ 12.tiO. maintained'here. Price said that New residents coming into the and be accompanied by birth states that their main purpose is
left standing .: Members of the organization Irvin'was born in Starke on Feb. for a while5 the load seemed too State from Arkansas South Da- certificate. Between 16 and 18 the to provide courteous assistance to
voted to furnishsome, needy,family 27. 195,1 and Is survived by his heavy 'on 'Thursday and many kota Idaho.,Alabama, and Geor- driver may obtain a regular license driven and would-be drivers,
For more complete discussion. of stump problem with a Thanksgiving:,basket of: parents; two brothers. Marvin and people' were inconvenienced by gia must, take the examination but application must still within the regulations.

,see editorial pace. food. Mr. Hutchins.!. vocational Lawrence of, Starke and three having to wait, and some even had since Florida does not honor I be signed by both parents and accompanied He will be glad, to answer toy

agriculture teacher, will select the sisters Georgia and Judy Ann. to beheld over until the next licenses issued by these .five! by birth certificate.The question during his Jtert to
family..Leaton A. Mathews, Chap of Starke. and Mrs.- Annie Jonesof week.; Since the. extra day ,was states. I examiner also pointed out Starke on Thursday tad. Friday

ter Reporter. - Marion,.,Ind. granted ri however., number of I Drivers whose Florida licenses; that persona under age li are of each week r_' T! ....'-.....,....1olsge

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TIirRSDAY. NOV. 27. 1958Ia
Jan be refunded upon submission' of :' :: --
Mundorff my petition for final discharge, and
editorial a bona fide bid and return of said I will apply to the Honorable Ther- NOTICE APPLICATION TAX DEEDNotice FOR -1-' Tfcf-SmnH l'hii.i.-'j;' rt Of Brad The Snail Claims. Court Of Brad

Has Legit a.1n Play good plans condition and contract within documents ten days after in on A.County Yawn,County Florida Judge on December of Bradford Alderman ia hereby given that W. R. ford louBtr. Florida.Case Xo. 5-153' ford I'oBBly, Florida.Case Xo. 5-215
the date set for the opening of bids. 18th, 19JS at 10:00: A.M. for approval certificates holder of the following MYRTLE SANFORD d ba| BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL: ,
THere At, t UWPJtJuDlClf:4undotff If the general contractors desire of- the same and for finaldischarged tifjeUfJtOt.a, tax has deed filed said cer- PIXEHCRST: GROgERV, A CORPORATION. ,
to. be issued "
t33ri -
more ] one set of plans nd11t'i' .a1 administrator bf "theectat&of thereon The Plaintiff Plaintiff,

L tics; CiVicj( Pride : juplor at;Oglethrope Ioy.paying thecost these" may of duplication be. obtained Dated.this. Ethel November M. Biggs 15th deceased., 1J58 at bers And of years the of property issuance certificate and the num-description A. J. CARVER.Defendant.vs. SAM AND vs. DOROTHY LOUISE WILLIAM -
University in"Atlanta GSL. at the; rate of 5c per sheet! for Stark*,- Bradford County Florida. names in..which it the ,
drawings and $3.00 per set for S-OwenV Griffin was assessed are XOTIfK OF "HIlllt't.sL..: Defendant.
r Community blight is not caused: deliberately,;' hat d Sic, Wding rote ig""Tftrefr, specifications, which will not be. .Owen W. 'Griffin Administratorof as follows: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that XOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that

by ny one's decision. Nobody t in his.right t mind i .. Men on a.;. Horse," a three- act' refundable.Subcontractors and material 'sup ceased.. the Estate of Ethel M. Biggs' de- ,Certificate mi No. 23; Year of Issuance County I, P. D., Reddish Florida,, Sheriff under and of Bradford by virtue County.I P. D. Reddish Florida, Sheriff under and of Bradford by this

living in a city. or town, wants it to. look unattractive comedy presented by the Ogie- I.lien'may purchase drawings and ll20! 4tlMi Description of Property: Lot 4) & of a writ of execution hereto- virtue of :a writ of execution'herto-
specifications! from the architects N1of Lot 46 in Lawtey E. of for issued out of the above entitled fore issued out of the above entitled
;. and..evVYDne". if questioned, would certainly thrope Players on Nov. Zl.-.SO/at; by Paying the cost of duplication' Ry, Court, in the above styled cause Court, In' the above styled cause
declare desire for beautiful surroundings.What in the auditorium. the 'rate of Tic'per sheet for the TAX USED Xame in which assessed Fannie have levied upon the following ha\e levied upon the following prop-
5:3ftp.m, ,, _college! ,
drawings and $3.00 per set for the Stewart.All property situate, lying and being in erty, situate, lying and being In
Notice is hereby given, that W. R.
i is it, then that allows communities t-iieciflcations. which cost includes Bradford County Florida to-wit: Bradford County, Florida,
many Jan is a pshychology major'and, the cost of handling. This.cost: will Alderman the holder of the following of said property being in the 191J Ford Truck to-wit:
J' large and'small; to look as if they were only Is Active in extra-curricular activities refundable.lti4ders'.qualifications. tificau-s-certificates for a tax has deed filed to said be cer-issued County Unless: of such Bradford certificates. State, of Florida 1958 Tag Xo. 45CK-632 1958 132; Tag Pontiac Xo, 45\V-7C5
shall ""
one or two steps removed from decay?; What is at Osletnrope... 'He u;chairman. satisfactory to! the Board! of must Public be thereon. The certificate numbers redeemed according to law the prop-be ID Xo. '7H -I06UZ As ID Xo. A8WS 255T

it (besides a shortage of money) t$& rezs,Its. in, of; the''interior Decorating' Florida.Instruction The of Board Bradford of Public County In- scription and of years.of the property issuance.,,and the de-the or erty certificates described will in such be sold certificate to the as defendant the property, and that of "the on above the 5 day named of defendant the property and "that of the on above the 5 day named of

eye-sores such as the unsightly stumps shownin Committee. for," the, college's, Soo-. 's'tructkm of Bradford County Florida names in which it was assessed are highest door bidder at the court house January, 195, twelve o'clock, on January said day, at 1959 the, twelve South Door o'clock of the on
the pictures on this week's front ? 'tal Committee\ member of the reserves the right to waive informalities as follows: on the first Monday in Monthof said day, at the South Door of the Court House in Starke, Bradford
page a ; in any bid and'to"ac- Certificate Nor 16; Year of Issuance December, 1958, which is the 1 Court House in Starke, Bradford
County. Florida, I- will offer
The answer/ must He] 1 largely, much as we hate; Lyceum Committee, secretary and. cept any to admit it:, in apathy, oh the part of us who live past-prestdent of Alpha Phi Omega to'reject be in the any best and public all bids.interest and. of Description Blk. 5 S of R Property 4 W E of W line% (OFFICIAL Dated this SEAL 30 day) of Oct, 1958.. cash and sell in hand to the the highest above bidder described for for cash, ''In hand, the the above described

here and pay the taxes. It costs no more -. in. Fraternity, a member of The Board of Public Instructionof of Xame NEV in which of sw assessed% Temples Rufus S.D.Rigs- CHARLES A. DARBY, property, as the property of said defendant said propertyas defendant to satisfy propertyof said
the Toastmasters Club, Pep Band, Bradford County, FloridaBy Clerk of Circuit of to satisfy> said execution. execution. ;
fact, costs far less! i in,the long run to make and and the Hnmanics Student Asso : Harmon P. Morgan..Secretary by.All of said property being in the\ County, Florida. Bradford P. REDDISH.County, Sheriff of Drad- 1'. D, REDDISH Sheriff of

keep, a city beautiful, instead of ugly.. In communities ciation. He is also a member of 1120-3t-12-f County of Bradford' State of Florida 11-6 4t 11-57 Florida.11-20 4t 12-11 Bradford county 11-20 Florida 4t I Ill
Unless such certificates shall be
'that are beautiful, a strong sense of the Steering Committee of the NOTICE TO DEFEND redeemed according to law the prop- -
civic pride, must run. through the entire. town. Student Interactivity Council. is Clrnlt Court.. Bradford. Cointjr.Fiorina : erty described In such certificateor
Chancery.James l't'rtlfkate111 be, sold to the
Our farsighted: foref th rs. must have had such Along with these various school E. Brooks Plaintiff, vs. highest bidder at the court house
ideu.\Vhen activities, Jan is Recreation DIr- Ruby Jean' Brooks Defendant door on the first Monday In Month PRIEST'S
they; laborously planted shade trees. Hills Case No. 12-870. of Decemlter. 195S. which Is the 1 TOYTOWN
of the
along our city streets -.. trees that we. NOTICE TO APPEAR day of December. 1958.
r are. now.
Country Club. To; Ruby Jean Brooks whose Dated this 30 day of Oct., 1938.
neglecting and destroying; at random, leaving The son of Mr. and' Mrs. R. E. residence and address is Unknown.You (OFFICIAL SEAL)
are hereby notified that a suit CHARLES A. DARBY,
jagged stumps as! a kind of unsightly tombstone Mundorff of Starke,"Jan is a graduate for divorce Clerk of Circuit of Bradford

s to o0d.'mark the; spot where a beautiful tree once.* ,of Bradford High School. has In and the' you been above are name filed required Court against to and serve cause you a County, -Florida._ 11-6 4t 11-21 As Always We Have the Best of

In a recent meeting with the City Council a copy.complaint of your answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading Attorney to- :NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ,
tree' surgeon stated that he would undertake to MIGHTY l'tIUSIC'in motion and and Green file the& Green original Starke in the, Florida office -- Notice is hereby TAX DEED given'that W. R. .

care for, the'_ city's! trees, i'removing, them whennecessary MS;. VulGR.Radlo'. starting' 'Dec. Court of on the.or Clerk before, of the the 2! 'day Circuit of ing Alderman certificates.the holder has 'filed of 'the said follow-certificates Everything Again This Year

; due to age; de-mossing to save the un 1. See 'pate five.- \ December, 19J8;"'otherwise the allegations for a tax deed to be issued I
der limbs, and trimming in a manner to the :..-"- _: of said Complaint will betaken thereon. The certificate num- For THIRTY-FOUR
confessed bers and years of issuance, the description years at Christmas time PRIEST'S
as by you. have
tree well-balanced'and preven.t rotting) from.stuba C.VLLXFOR: BIDS" -This. notice 'shall! be published once of the property, and the sembled as-
left :C 1 Sealed bids will be recelved'.byt1eBoard. : \ each week for four consecutive weeks names In which it was assessed are a most wonderful line of Toys Gifts .
from' the trunk Decorations I
: protruding He said that of Public --.Instruction, of In the Bradford County Telegraph! Certificate No. 44. ; fear- of Issuance Wrapping .
other towns that''b v'e turned' their tree problemsover Bradford.. f the.County.SiuperintejNlent. Ftorlda,-"'of t'.Pub the 1958.;Dated this 19 day of' November, 1956 Description. of Property: Lot 3 of Materials and the many little things that it takes for a Merry

to:qualified expert!,,,'have found that it has lie Instruction in the Courthouse .(OFFICIAL, SEAL) as follows: Christmas at house. It is fun
actually, saved them money;. in' the long 'run. SUrke! Florida:up to.2 oVJocH P.M., CHARLES'! A. DARBY, Name Blk. in 2 in which L. T. &assessed COS Si Louvenia D. your to shop for Christmas at
Clerk of
E.S.T.. Tuesday, December J 6, 1958 the Circuit Court. PRIEST'S
The., council. liate ied' atU4Uvty, but no ac!ion for, furnifikiftg l all materials/ollow-and Clerk.Ly Marian L. Crosby Deputy Robinson.All.. .of ,said, property being in the come in every day and see for yourself. We will be glad
was:, taken, labor and eootructirvg the, County of Bradford. State of Florida to LAY AWAY for ,
I inc school building: projects'in t lIU-U-U-l!! % certificates'shall you now
such be.
ii the meanwhile, the+ haphazard destruction of Bradford, CottBtr; Florida, '\ ---. redeemed Unless according to law the, prop-
trees continues ?tiFR > Ble aetrr School la Coaatr Judge's Court la Aid For erty described in such certificate
; unsightly stumps are spoiling Stark. FlerliUBr Bradford ('.arty, Florida or certificates will be sold to the
the appearance'"seine of- our best residential ifrd: Hlrh Srbool Auditorial" In re: Estate of highest bidder at ''the court house TRICYCLE
"SlarkV Florida ETHEL. M. BIGGS: deceased. door on the first Monday in Monthof DOLLS DOLLS
streets. At one time the A RED WAGON
city removed stumps Cafeteria And Four ClaxiroomAJdltlai .AOTK'K: OF FILING PETITION December. 1958, which is the 1
when a, tree rya's cut do":1' bu.JOW it is said this LaMtej .la'alor High FOB FINAL msCIIAHGB OF day of December 1938.
r- QrbooU Lantrr. Florida AI1UIM.OTHATORTO "*' Dated this 30 day of Oct., 1938.
is "top expensive" soothe: stumps are left to rot CifeterlHiu Addltlua, Aaderroa ALL WHOM IT MAY COXCEIl\t ':(OFFICIAL SEAL) 4 "" t
out Jncter! Hick Srhool Lantrr. FloridaAny Notice is hereby given that :'I CHARLES A. DARBY, {
a 'process that i in some. Have .
: instances, might bid received after the specified filed my final returns as Ad Clerk of Circuit of Bradford
take( 'a couple of decades. time and date will not be.con- ministrator of the Estate of Ethel' County, Florida.
tldered. M.-:J:?ggi, deceased; that I have filed 11-6 4t 11-27
When we permit our. streets and highways to Eachbid, must be accompanied by .
deteriorate either within or- outside of our a. certified.,check, cashier's check SG -
or bid bond fn :tha amount 'ot five
we'mentally and! morally decay along per cent.of the base bid aa guarantee 24 HOUR HOUSEHOLD
with \hern. .that the 'bidder, If awarded the -n .
Some of our cities''and towns andmany contract,' will, within ten 'consecu
of roads tin caejida.r( days after writtennotice. t' .
'pur were permitted to become AND COMMERCIAL
: a. .' being given of such award, ( F
Hornlike disgrace; but fortunately, the trend is enter :'nto a written contract with a t
changing in the Board. Of Public Instructionol
recent years. Industry is more conscious Bradford-County Florida, in accor- v: ELECTRICAL
than ever before of the need to landscape da.ivre with the accepted bid and give?

around; the' hewer. factories. /Some of o\\r 'high. a contract'surety said Board in an bund amount satisfactoryto equal

ways''are} being 'landscaped for safety, beauty, to one prKJVo.Bidder hundred*.- per cent, of the contract Yw SERVICE 6.98

and economy, and our municipalities should! certainly may withdraw; his bid
l for a period.of thirty days after the With 5-S" Tire
go along" *with the" trend not. try to reverse date' set .for he opening thereof. -.-.-..,..- .-.-,-....,-...- ..-..... .- There flu'" ;
It.. .All work halt be done in accordance f are other sizes and

'Eyn, if the city, does,, find, it financial\ hardship dccuments.relativ'e will( plans specifications thereto as prepared and- I NOW AT 213 E. CALL I II kinds as usual. Look how PRETTY For $1 69

to.1'l give proper :care and attention \fcb its by Gainesville.Gobi and Florida.Moore, Architects Flans!-, Yes 'We 1 Have Gun' $3.98
I trees, it seems to us it might be. worthwhile to specifications and contract documents S. Home Wiring Every year we sell hundreds
may. be examined at the office I We have all kinds from the of Wagons. Always
explpre. ,the possibilities of two or three alternatives ot the Superintendent of Public. In- -
: struction. Starke Florida or at the Electrical Fixtures smallest up to large Party several sizes in.stock.
office of Join and Moore, Architects, a Dressed Girl 30" Tall.
1. Serious consideration of- the tree surgeon 518, N. E.4th' Ave.. Gainesville, I Can Be Installed On Monthly Payments Large Musical' TOP

i offer'; with'peth'ap' a "trial l lr1,1, 1" on a. block> or Florida.Only one set of such plans and For Only $

two to"Iee j st.wh'1\t the results of such expert contract LlMlng.fur.l ;documents- each project, and forms may for besecured'oy Fixtures and Supplies I g.98The
treatmentVfrulcl l t be. I
general contractors only
2.: from the-office of the architects. by I I I.L.
Granted, .(for the sake of argument) that depositing therewith $20.00 per set a .._..._._ _._ ..... ,_._______
the. removal of stumps ij "too."expensive" '_ for! thc- eElemt'ntary School. DAISY CUB

would it f' be, too:much mote expensive to'cut the Starke the.' Bradford, Florida;High$%0.00 School per set Auditorium for' 1

tree at a. lower level, as close to the, ground as Starke Florida; $10.00 per L-: y.
set forthe Cafeteria and Four WELLS .
possible, so. that a minimuhi of stump is }left? If Ctissroom' Addition Law ley Junior SERVICE Inc. i
thIS is High School Lawtey, Florida; and ,
we told there is chemical
are a that J10.00 per set for the Cafetorium
.ran'be applied to quickly rot out the stump makIng Addition Anderson Junior High 213 E. Call Street Starke Fla. $5.98See
,, .. .. Schyol, Lawtey, Florida. The deposit ,
possible' : -the' placing. df another tree on the'spot from-',general-- .. ':contractors" will-, Hubley's FLIP SPEC-
: Look at this one IAL, nothing else like it. -*yOur

3. If;all else fails, could not the city try to Ik wonder the swing is to FORD for f '591! # For 49c We have Pop Guns Cap Tops will Spin and
I arrange working\ agreement with Spin for many hours.
, adjacent proPerty We must have 12 or 15 Shooting Rifles Double
owners whereby the latter/would, share in other models and prices. Barrel and Single Barrel. 69c

the expense of removing unsightly stumps? Al-. I .
thought rnpst.of the trees cut down are on city. aCkw Ies stiled baf$taMil GET HEP Beautifully
Ire rbt s4'' I a0 nsl
parkways and would seem .to be the responsibility it pil r eietset/f Cast Cars & Trucks

of .tile.' city;m hy ''Home, owners, ;who take ,. laalatf'a GET A TEXAS GUITAR

: pride in 'their_ property? would be 'willing to pay a 1 t IaI Its s -

part of t the expense rather than see their street r/ 1

turned' into. a wilderness of stumps.. 3I

[ Have,we lost the art of making our community

a more attractive' more restful place in which td i

. live.We think.not. Some of our organizations,
, ,notably the Garden Club are
working hard at It
b what: i.the net gain If. w beatiUfy'one ... liradrrbadt'S

area and""de:beautify'* another?. It is, time} ,' that

aliypf. us: ;:jededicate> ourselves,iq the art of beau'tlflcatjon I o

Ve ore i 1 latfc, 1,.

Iittheeanwhiletake) another look at those

Stumps! 'What are we gbirig to. do- about them"h"?

Ford rainanc !900; Crap Victoria : tIDe oC

( w M sari : -.. the 19 Dew Fonb'that rldcon7rW cord tira.. 29c
ilgJ( ox Dec 1 We Have Several Different Sizes
You will find also large

,Sunday, December.7:.- Pearl Harbor, Day. :' The Above trucks, earth movers, road
memberr);:,, .has": been proclaimed, Civilian De'fense.D.ay 'i 'j Ford b auty' pays you I' Beauty for only $3.69 graders, battery operated

l by .Governor. : LeRoy-Collins.' ,It is ter.Utaly and mechanical.

I 'appropriate: on December'' 7 for all Dial Telephone 59c, PLAY BALL, BOYS! STRIKE UP THE
remeniber'.what '
vtq : happened on that day. almost ,
.. two' decaades ago and i trio dividends in comfort FOOTBALL DRUMSAll
'happen 'again-! ,- remember' : " could, ;extra. 4 4l
Bradford County has a hew ,
: director!: .of.Civiliaj!
Defense and"ever'"abIe-Hodle9 citizen in" the --

i county should hold himself ready to give a hand Pbnty W kg rom ; : : There's plenty of Wider doors.for easier_,ado : : : Ford doors

with this program*when and if called upon. Our itretch-out room,in both front and rear seatsare..Hider than.the top competitive mate .

'community- is just outside two !important :"lar-. t q1 tog-legged, su-footm., and hays convenient 2-stag door check:

get areu"JacksonnlIe' arid Green Cove Springs, .Near .....,...- wa i fee ro ip, : : : Ford fa 6esy.In Ala Inmk: space : : : Ford's deep-cut
1/ and, if: either; both of these should be. bombed Unlike the major competitor you caR.tru. opening lets you load or unload with far 4

in a lightning attack, ,we would be called-upon to wear your t hat, front seat or back: less "lift" than competition.
shelter thousands bf refugees. 6 Pas entlrs, Ml lust{ 4, rkk in t comfort i A from* that surrounds Poll writ softly .
Don't be one; of those, overly optimistic i people Ford's seats are softer, thicker. And the mania Everyone rides withinthe protection of. Ford's Official Size $'1.79 Metal 69c
Ii who.siy: | ; :'It.'o'u'f happen;here." .It.did hapieri the middle doesn't "bottom out" on bumpy' solid wide-base: frame.' You will not get this Our Telephones come in .

,,at Pear\jttrbor: and with ;modern._ Instruments of; roads as in many other cars protection in any other low-priced car. metal and plastic with bells Off. Size & wt. $2.59 Cloth Head 98c

war .it COULD happen 'anywhere. "If that'time. and dials. Durable and well made. Large Jazz Set 2.98 '

should come, Civilian Defense. is: our one best

hope. w t4 M a.l t\ D ENJOY YOUR SHOPPING SHOP EARLY While. Selectionsare

Tti6.F3 4froRD-COUN1Y- : nLEGRAPH. S Caw Q) ) Complete.. We will be Glad to LAY AWAY for you Now.

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'u'iJL 'q taL;aa1-ilertii al.teealdat'o1. !< 43381T '
attaa. Sc TO
a He. p .r. nr.'tVW'! .': ..!. J..f.W.. .:..... ; _- .II jjfe.Inlereated_ in an.* ,.AI. .VM ;Car Be Sure to See YourFord Dealer. $1.00 STORE.rACI
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: HAMPTON f ''f'I -

Bj Din D. E. lini

................a.. : : Nowhere
i.. .' but Nowhere
"Shop Postmaster And Says Mail Early" S" ,
With Christmas just four weeks .

this away week Postmaster urged people Mary to Williams shop I / : 1I 'll CAN YOU FIND BETTER
and mail early, for both Christmas .. : VALUES AND HAVE ,
packages and cards. 9. ,,
Mail for overseas addresses, if \ 1 q- k6C

sent not already airmail to sent arrive, should In time now and be l : .: MORE FUN CHRISTMAS SHOPPING THAN IN

the postoffice department asks I < c' ;
that all overseas mail be sent by .
:I : 'i\
Dec. I, # "..' A>'i& .
Monday. ; STARKE
n- f; STORES
The postoffice r"Y ww if>P
department suggests -
that packages going to the ,.. :: ,... ",.. ,"d"Yf. } % 6 *
... .
most distant points in this coun- 4" ..." _.r"" r.; .,,,,.-.1,. .. or.'' t:.. ,
try be mailed by December 5, and "
those for nearby points by December "" :, o\;a ",
10. Packages up to 70 .... J." Yo' P \,,"."..
pounds may be mailed from
Hampton Postoffice. Mrs. Williams

class postoffice.New said since. this is a third- .'-c:3: This year Starke Stores are going ALL OUT to '. .

postage rates are to be : '" 6:; ,.f .",, C. '

kept sealed Christmas in: and mind cards out-of-town with when local mailing cards cards. .' .'J 4.t I/4f" i-e ';I, ;,' ':' ; not only I bring you outstanding d values I f for everyone -

unsealed, going for three cents "
S '
each..Sealed' cards for out-of- \ 'I on your Christmas list but to provide :
town go as other first-class let- l !, you
ters, for four cents postage each. "
Both cards and packages shouldbe : : with and Christmas Fun
: new exciting and Features
addressed clearly, using zone
numbers where cities have them : :.,: >,.: :"' '.
and all packages should be wrap- "' the
.u.. ... during holiday season.
ped and fastened securely. .' 0 t.i. ri # \
And again, mail early! "M. 'i., .
PersonalsMrs. I ;: : "' .'.:,i 1,.i.-' :..t.'. '0 "

Hubert Ellis of Levering. : 4 \ ;,: Y v.It;,,;!, 'J.) ... '...to1.;; I
Mich returned home last week "
after visiting with her mother, Holiday Calendar 1 3 r" .
Mrs. Mamie Meade of Hampton, (
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and with other relatives in Orlando Of Events ,
and Cocoa. Mrs. Meade had '

been other three-week visiting points visit in with Florida in her the during in stat these.her Fri., Sat. Nov.: 28, 29 THIS CHRISTMAS SAVE MONEY SAVE TIME HAVE

Mrs. Leo Singleton and chil-
dren, who have been living in Christmas WindowTreasure : d\1 ;

Texas her Pierce mother.and visited have now Nita last moved week Johnson to with Ft.: \ a Hunt r i FUN .- 'SHOP WHERE YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIA T

and her daughter Mrs. Frankie ,
Jeans Keys at Hampton Lake. Thursday Dec. 4
Mrs. Johnson, and Mrs. Keyes .. .
and children returned to Ft. '. ED- IN STARKE
Pierce with Mrs. Singleton last EVENING i. .
Saturday to stay through the -tI !
Thanksgiving weekend. '. ", '
Miss Emma McElroy returnedto "J L
Burdick last weekend after a "S + .J I

Mrs."week's, Nora visit with her sister. Friday, Dec 12 j i.- '" ,.;f J{. Jii1o_.: '! w- .', ';, '- Starke Stores are uniting as never before to make
;Mr and Mrs. Cecil Addison of .
,. : o. .'. .> this Christmas Shopping Season the Most Enjoyable
the State Farm were Friday evening t '
visitors here at the home of ShopportunityShowcase ; '__ .: J: : .;3 one you have ever experienced. Special I
Mr. and Mrs. John Parker. <;-:: \ '.' '
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chancey and : .0' .: r)(: .. .." .'. :;. .'1r\': .1 o r'J':;. Events are planned each week from now until
daughter. Mrs. John Hamilton all '
of West Palm Beach; spent from Friday, D ec. 19 -.. 'o. .d', ." ..:: .",, ,t. ,'. "' r:0t. : Christmas. Watch announcements and get in on : .
Wednesday to Friday here recently ._ ., : .t. .: : .
::<: : .
the f. AND PROFITS! :
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with Mrs. :
Chancey's sister. Mrs. .
Jessie Chastain. During their visit .: 'j' 0 GRAND. CA'SH .. 2..1..1.! ,,.. J ,. t Lt' '!.H'.sr', :+i .., I',
they spent a day fishing at Earle- <:;$j :: o. .: ,' < .
ton Beach PRIZE AWARDS .

grandson had Mr.been and Richard Mrs.visiting J. W.Williams here Home several who and ':: :, :t. .J,:(: i t .. i. THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TOUR THE STORES .- VIEW%

. days with his grandparents .
1 'went back to Tampa on Thursdaylast ;,: '
week and attended the Ice i IkTHE CHRISMAS WINDOWS
show in connection with Tampa's"operation .

Union.The Class Young snowfall.of People's Hampton" Training Baptist \. < : ,, '" AND JOIN IN THE : .Hidden Treasure. Hunt!

Chuch held a weiner roast and M -

party at Charles the Saturday home Hicks of near evening Mr.Hampton.Mrs. and, Nov.Mrs.. 22 .. ".. .. .. YOU MAY, BE THE LUCKY WINNER OF $25.00!
"' '
Raleigh Brannen was In . ,>
Jacksonville Saturday for a medi- -. .. ,. ...:..' .. ..,.. : :" .' ... ,,
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cal checkup at Riverside Hospitaland ... : .... < o' :S..:"S':. .; "''
for visit with her son-in- 0 :: :} J:
a I' ,
*#. j**> "
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law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. : !0 ,0 .. .. ,
Bob Faile. o. "\.:.':}. .
home Sunday of Mr.dinner and Mrs.guests R. Mis-the We Are Proud To Be "Santa Cooperators" And JoinVfith The Retail Merchants Association In Presenting This"' ; ,'';'-to,

ner and son were Mrs. Vasco Bus-
ey and children of Valdosta Oa. Gala Christmas ,Program To Shoppers Of The Starke Trade Area.
and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Parker of ...
Hampton.Mr. .
and Mrs. T. W. King and .
sons of Jacksonville visited at the .' i,
home of Mr and Mrs. D .E. Hill ,- ; .'_'.-'. i .,

King Saturday, and and Mr. Hill Mr. King attended Wesley the Alvarez -- Est. 1894 5 ""V I C. H. Nasworthy S \ / Starke Hardware Co. 'r's j.. ,

UF-FSU football game in Gainesville .. ;, ,
Saturday afternoon.Mr. ; '_l.I..,:',''"Jl.)-' o',-:., 1f.I Jk. .: -t 41 ..'. 0 _. ,
and Mrs. Simpson and children .: > .
who have been staying with '. ; .'L L Furniture and Appliances .f"" :
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roop in the : >
Christian Church parsonage, Koch Drug Store' .. '
<: Radio & TV
mOved Saturday to Dade City, : ,, ; > Shepherd's
where Mr. Simpson is working ,

with Panama Mr.a and trucking City Mrs.are firm.Beryl the parents Pope of of I :::1T '.E J & J Building,Supplies, Inc. ;' T .

a new daughter Linda Marie Denmark Co.Barksdale's ;' !.
their first child born Nov, 6. in ..;. ,,0., : Winlder/ Electnc ServiceBuHington
and Mrs. Pope
Panama City. Mr. : < -:
and visited here last week- .: : ,
baby "!'. :' ; : 'J.
end with his brother-in-law and '. .- -' ''; _:"O --
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sax- f" ;' : ,'. .'.4-- _VIll1affls-JeweIry I _'.'" 0 '
on, enroute to Eau Gallic to be
O.with Pope his ,parents for the, Mr.Thanksgiving and Mrs. A. ':" Dept. Store '4 ;: '" J.' '. ':. ;,::2 .. ,' Studio & Gift Shop

holiday. X "

GAY'SHome :'J.f.' :;. Olen's Department Store 1: .

AppliancesYour : 0 Gem" Jewelry I. o. : -.. vaiin.rnestInc.t I 5c co.t $$1 Store.Eagle .
,.. -
Friendly "
-v. .
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NQKGK Norge: APPLIANCES Dealer ;i Robbins' Dept Store" .;:L: : .''.' :. Department Stores ; -, Bottom Dollar ,: :':,"

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HEATERS Ud frt., "f. .. '. 'r-. ..'
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,FLOOR Of Service Appliances FURNACESWe AD Hakes Harry C. Elrod Furniture Co. : ,, ::/v' StUmpsD( :" : p3rtment Store : Leila's Dress & Gift Shop ,, ; ,:

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Miss Jo Ann HowardTo Junior Club Oct. 18. The hostess was assistedby used the District chopper. Reddish' St. Edward's Catholic Church

Wed Mr. Rat ray ." :;Jo Give Away UP ALLIGATOR Mrs. Thomas O'Brian. chopped the brush on his place; Starke, Florida."

Miss Patsy O'Brian spent Friday White cycloned clover seed over I Sunday Mass at 10 a. m.

I Mr. ,and.Mfs. ypff Jr,HoFar/i of Silver Service .. CREF4LK ( night and Saturday with her I his Coastal Bermuda fields. then Holyday Masses at 8:30: ,a. m. &:

Lake City .announce .tfte ,engagement ., A- grandmother Mrs. Annie Harden- used the chopper to chop it m. 5:30: p. m.Weekday.

and .approaching jnar.riage "iThe Junior Woman's,.Clu]) JVjll brook of Colley Road. By using this practice the ber- Mass at, 8:00: a. m.

of their daughter, Jo Ann, to give away a silver ervtcfit.on_Saturday :, Rev. Orville Brookins visitedMr. muda won't get sod-bound. Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8

James W. (Bill) Patray of Starke. Dec. 13. in front. of'Leila's. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian m.

Gladys Mooty _._:_ .._. I He is the ,son' of "Mrsflora ..Pa- on, East Call St.TTeipjce'Kt- : Monday night.Boatdrain FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH P.Baptisms, marriages and instructions .
"!" -.11II. '.C'
consisting and."Jea'jpqts, Baptist Church Lawtey by appointment.
Pr. And Mrs. Houpt Week Of PrayerTo ,Miss .Howard is A gradual .at creamer, sugar, waste bqwl and Sunday School, 10 a. m., Morn- A. EL Massey. Pastor

Columbia High School, Lake City, is 23-inch tray, is ing worship, ,41 a. m.; Training
now: ,op ..displayat ?! HEILBBONN U .. /Ol\ABY
"* Bible school, 10 a. m.
Entertain SquadAt Be Observed and the Florida State. University, ;Leila's. I : L ...... Union,6:30 P. m.: Evening Worship BAPTIST CHUECH

Steak SupperDr. 4t First BaptistThe School, of Nursing, Tallahassee.i .Any member; ,,of .thE,; Junior .lIJi .a .recent, .column ;J: ,called 7:30: p. m. and Prayer meet- Preaching, 11 a. m. I
She was formerly employed -on' Woman's Club ,'may Contacted these hunters who left their pg every Wednesday at 7:15: p.m. Evening Service, 1:30 p. m., I unday SchOOl 10 a. m. Morning

and Mrs C. J. Houpt were Week of Prayer fpr,Foreign I St.the staff of the School of Nursing for more'complete' infJnnation.( ,"" nesses, :and, Peiit.the. 'w elie busl-j 'Pastor '.Rev., Orville Brookins. Bible Study and Prayer Meet- Worship, 11 a/m. Evening

hosts to the BHS Varsity football Missions will be observed December } iVincent'a Hospital, Jacksonville .:,Proceeds fom' jhis project wl}} the..Scrub, capitalists. When IT ; ing, 7:30 pm., Wednesday. Worship, 7:30 p. In. Training

squad at a steak dinner at their 1-5 at the First" Baptist the ,J.,and currently working at go toward. CommunIty Swimming nit the _streets I received! an invitation Dove ,Season Opens Radio program 8 to 830; a. Union (Sundays' ) 6:30 p. m. Hid-
home on N. Walnut street Tuesday Church, Starke. .The program is in Gainesville. Health- -. Center : .-' r.L d.> ,to..spend the .weekend at :no each* Sunday over stationVlGB. Week Prayer Meeting Wednesday -

evening. outlined as follows: r 4 the. Graham "Suck ,and .Bourbon" Second Half Sta* 7:30 p.m.
Patray of
a graduate
The approximately] 60 guests, Monday, 9 a.m.-Having No Bradford High School and holds a Connellonzalez.: : camp on the Oklawaha. On November 27 .
f including members of the squad Hope Without God in the World. I, Bachelor's and Master's degree in I ,ran, into .quite a. few .,of local -

and their coaches, were served on Tuesday noon Business and psychology from the University of A wedding of interest js that of hunters and their families while The: second( half of Florida's ml-

the patio. rogram/ meeting. Begotten Unto Florida. At present he is in the Mrs. Martha ,Gonzalez and T. tf. there. Among them ,were the (ratory dove hunting season opened -

Dr. and Mrs. Houpt were assisted a Lively Hope. third. year at the College of Medicine Connell which took place ,Nov...1. Rabbs, Gills, ishOps, Alvarezes, at 12 noon Thursday, Nov. 27, 3-P1ECE

in serving by Mr. Ind Mrs. Wednesday night-Ready to ; there. *.* "*"""' in Ocala. Stones, Powells, _Haynes', Kites, according .to A. D. Aldrich, director ]'

Henry Godwin. Mr!' and Mrs. -J. Give Answer. for the Hope. ',The- wedding will",fce>ofemriizedin They are living at his.home, tne, Jones,,and,many, pther good,jiunt-, Game and Fresh Watey
Thursday, 9 a.m.-Rejoicing in Whispering Pines Motor. Court,: Fish Commission. Hunting will be.
H. Moncrief ,
and Mr. and Mrs. ,
a Quiet at Parkview ers.The
ceremony LIVING ROOM
L. F. Dinkins. the" Hope. Baptist Church in Lake qty on Starke. )larpld{ Walls,; 'ere present allowed until sunset. SUITE

Friday, 9 a.m.-Christ in ,*ou, Thanksgiving evening' .5:30 p.m. and had furnished J1 large:supply The second half will be open

the Hope of Glory. -No Woodman Circle of fine Antelope! ,? from out west.L.t state-wide' in all 67 counties, with
Baptist Circles invitations
are being sent, allowed each afternoon
but friends and relatives me say.heretkat. this,was! .one hunting
Hold To Meet Dec. 3 of ,the'tastiest dishes I trough December :31.
MeetingsThe Art Class Plans I couple are invited ,to attend. I ,have .ever
eaten.. It would even, put prime; Daily bag limit on paves has
Brownlee Circle of the Outing At 'Ranch All members' .of the ,Supreme be e'f .to, shaine. We ,ate t.1iLsZqr I been ,set at 10, with a total pos- JjJjf
Lions 'Entertain Forest jVoodman,,Circle are invited ession limit of 20.
:First Baptist Church Tuesday supper J: "on. Arriving in camp 'Satirday. s ,
afternoon,;Nov. 18, at the home Plans will be completed this to the home of the new pr$ ight. !The'whole camp re- All dove hunters must possess
t Ladies
qf Mrs. M. F. Hazen with H week.atthe Art-for-Fun Class in 4 Night i dent, jMrs. Ira .Wilson, on Wednesday tre&early' ,because pr rising early the proper hunting license available -

members)' and two visitors present. the Woman's Club for a trip o Thursday evening N(ov. 20, meiqiers Dec. 3, ,from 2:30: unUJ I th.e next.4ar,fcr; .the, .hunt. After from any County Judge. Shot-

Assisting the chairman Mrs. Haz he "Canal Ranch" ,of Mr. and ; of the 'Stark Lions Club'.entertained 4 dV)ocJc for ,a social., ,Plans will a good tbreakfast.of bacon and funs must be plugged to three-
en. with a program on prayer Mrs. H. B. .Peyton on Saturday ,their! Wives at one .at toe made at this meeting for a, hot cakes"apd,good"coffee.yye; were bell capacity magazine and
were Mrs. Garl Mathews, Mrs. L. Dec. 6.Armed. their frequent Latues Nights. Christmas party duringthe holi off. "to kour jdeer ,tands. Althoughno chamber combined, and rifles are

A. Wynn, and "Mrs. L. D. names. I with sketch pad and The Lions Den was attarctively days. one.frpm'lhis camp shot.a deer_ always prohibited, for taking migratory -

'* The devotional was given by Mrs. pencil, the group will leave the ecorated for the occasion with fcat..moring,, we had a very nice birds.

H. L. Hough, and closing prayer club house prcmptly at 10 a. m., yellow crepe paper and a large Altar SocietySt. lunt.'|tIs' so' dry in the Scrub it All hunting, including dove

wu by Mrs. G. E. Snow. HeI returning at 12:30.: Transportationwill centerpiece: of fall fruits and green is'rather hard for the dogstp.tyon hunting, is prohibited in Nassau .

fieshments were served at the be provided by parents and foliage was arranged on the head Edward's Altar Society .will a deers trail, but they gave"it bounty onv5un4ajs.Soil COUCH

close of the meeting. club members who will also accompany table. A delicious turkey dinner hold their regular meeting .'.Tues: a good try. .

children. ,. was, serjgd.: _, day evening., Dec. 2, at 7 o'clock One of the gentlemen in the G PLATFORM
Ida Darby Circle of the Kirst The students are eagerly looking The highlight ,of the evening, a t :Barry's Restaurant; pumpers! I having
camp an ample supply of
Baptist WIS'met Tuesday, .Nov.' i ,forward to. thjs first field trip was, the ,initiation of ,{Jew _zpepi- ere asked to contact Mary Mumiu2th.e syrup bottles, gave us eacHTi": f- ROCKER 11'9'I
,18, at the home of Mrs. A. A.. i phries,.fop 1t'tion.' '
Durden members and.expfct to find plentyvof.njaerial bers toy Hugh \Griffin, Injernational !} : (tnto tie to carry water in andjas the
with 15 and one t and ideas Counselor from TV
for sketching. Macclenny.; f it CHAIR
sun rose tasted We
sure good.
t visitor: jjregfcnt. Mrs. J. A. Griffin Opjy those The new members N. L. !
who ,
.1ulye bfeJ1 .r?gjs- SnelljilectedN
came back to Camp about 2 : -.mEIC1Iii
the p. m .__*
gave program on "Booksof
ered in Woodburn7.Frfnk
the class
can participate. Jarvis, Jaroes.,0.
and had a venison dinner withplenty
Remembrances\ ; ," and closing I!n case 9f_rain. the class will beheld McDaniel, Charles iC. Johns, Joseph ,tibnal'Head l f. of venison ;
rice home made Conservation
ander.prayer was The toy'. hostess Mrs. W.served B. Alex-re .at the $lqb I ouse! and ,Ute B.',Warren, and.lnman,. Ureen. Of Jptttes Assq. biscuits and for dessert had my LAY-AWAY TOYS FOR
Members .
outing recently reinstated are, NEWSSoil
postponed until a later I '
freshments. favorite dish, black eyed peas::
date.Due ,: Billy Dowling, and M. C. Wells. I Frank E. :neIl; Jr., director/- I now stand ready to take back

Helen Masters-Circle met at the to requests. ,,af Following the initiation, of new I general manager of the Florida any misleading statements about ,nY.Ipl;Ilaas CHRISTMAS
the trip to the ranch/ crafts will members, games were.enjoyed bythe Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Jacksonville this Conservation Service
pastime. of want
any ;
Church Wednesday, Nov. 18, at you
also be included Jn jhe ekly memibers. and their, wives. was elected president of the
.vj to
i:15}: p.m. with nine members present a really enjoyable weekend -
program for those who are inter- American Bottlers of CarbonatedBeverages 'The ,Board pf Supervisors for
After the get in touch with Bill Graham -
opening prayer by
ested. at the national the Bradford Soil Conservation'Distri
Mrs. Miller WinsLeathercraft convention
the leader, Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. Red Alvarez, or Buddy WE GIVE S&H ,GREEN STAMPS
Eighty-two youngsters in Atlantic City, N. J. last t held their regular monthly -
are registered -
J E. Hardy gave a program on Awards Bishop. In fact Mr. Graham will]I '
for this Thursday. meeting at Lloyd Green's home.
activity which
foreign missions. The meeting tell you that he only wants you
is sponsored by,Jhe ,Woman'sChand Around 8,500 members of the A report on the District's activi-
date was to to bring two items when
changed the
first comedown
directed by Mrs. C. L. Scholl (rs. .C .arloUe tWl1er .ieeIY(; d soft drink industry attended Uje you ties.for October was given, show-
Wednesday at 5:15: at the church. I so yoU\YiU have to"car- HART
ribbons two
I thI'f7e. blqe ana sone convention, held in conjunctionwith ing \,that soil conservation'farm FURNITURE CO
: ry a lot of bedding-or other ,
white with
; her-leathercraft ,
WSCS; contributions the 1958 International Soft > plan 'w'as 'prepared for Charles
Circles I A nicer, cleaner, bunch of hunters
Garden Club Sets ,in.the Greater' Jacksonville Drink Industry Exposition at the Sapp, 32,acres. whose farm is located -
Schedule Meetings Agricultural Fair held last; mammoth Atlantic City Convention will be hard to find.' Gentlemen ] '' in the Lawtey section. 123 E. .Call St. STARKE, FLORIDA!
Flower Show Date. we k. I thank you forsa nice week-. - -
Hall. was completed on [IG-31 I
The Starke Garden Circle 1 of the WSCS will meet She received ;two; blue ribbons 'The election of Mr. Snell to end.What Soil" B nk. fiSh pond for R. C. .
its November held at the i,home of.,Mrs, L A. Davis,; for her. small .waste basket(madeof tie} presidency marks the first with most talks in ,the I Dampier. Also, ,fish to stock the -- -_ -
meeting Monday u .u ,
Tuesday, Dec. 2, at 10 a. m.\with -eather, vand: a Cub Scout time in its 40 year history that a Scrub or at Camp Blanding reservation ponds .were ,delivered.
evening at the Parish house
t r with Mrs. H. E. Dayton and Mrs. Prank placque 'made of leather. A'white Floridian has headed the vast or, we don't have'any good I The District equipment is still

Mrs. Jessie Miss Young; president pre Herlons as co-hostesses. ribbon was received for a bicycle ganization. It is the official 'representative fish stories this .week so any of r in Ae1p pd. .Ethan; ,Sapp, R. L.

siding. Clara Leaman gave Circle 2 will meet at 3 p. m. seat made of leather. of more than 5,000 I you who are" doing''any fishiijg Reddish and Lex ,Green used the

.:Jthe It devotional. Monday, Dec. 1, at the home of bottling plants and warehousepoints please le us know! I. P. Shepherdhas I Djs ricpgraip $drjU ,app planted 1965-NEW p
was planned to have
Flower Show in the. annual Mrs. W.,, E. Torode Sr.,.at.KIngs_ Wayne Blankenship in tbe April with a ley Lake. and brought out another fine
A I resident of Jacksonville.. ince rye oats .and .Eensacola bahia,
workshop 'preceding. Christmas Circle will meet at-the-hom Has.BirthdayParty catch which he"promptly] distributed I
.1940, Mrit&neil.has been ,.8 mem- Reddish rye and oats.
,glft,-boxes are to be sold by the amon his
of fg nds. Some of r
Mrs. Bertha Pearce Monday
Frank Norman
'ber of the association's executive J. R. Wainwright -
.club members each Saturday from Dec. 1, at 3 p. m. with Mrs.'Euh; Wayne Blankenship celebrated I board! Cilice I 50. ..Jle. ,fs a ,pastpre.lident the bass er.e.\still kicking so 1 I used the District Roto- :
now until Christmas with Mrs. his ninth birthday know they were really good. I. P
as co-hostess. anniversary r of1.t.he Jacksonville mower. Norman mowed his ,Pen- PHILCOPREDICTATV
W. H. Nollman and Miss ,Clara Circle 5 will rn et at 12 'DQPn, Wednesday afternoon with a party Tourist and ,Convention '.Bureau 1 says not, to,let- the small streams sacola bahia; Wainwright mowed

Leaman in charge_ of sales this ,for ,a.tup hon ,eeting Wednesday. for 1$ boy friends at his home on ,Taccaanville.RqtatY Club, and the such, as ,'the Santa Fe and Black his sweet potato fields. He says!I

Saturday.. .!Dec. 3. ;t the home of Mrs.. Church'street.- l Gator Bowl. Association.Safety II Creek fool'you. Many of the holes the mower does an excellent., job
During:. the. Miss Doro- t I ., have
program '
Foster Shi Smith. The .boys .enjoYed games .anc i, 1 some big ones in them andit Ion those potato vines.
thy Ross and Mrs. Paul Raymond seems as they bite when the
Prayer Group each refreshments
Tuesday during
the party Awards Cleveland Neal used the District
Conducted; a round table discussion morning ,at 9:30: in"the, church, tours: larg r lakes and streams are not fertilizer spreader on his winter
of Christmas 1
During the social decorations.hour the sanctuary sponsored. by the. Mrs. Blankenship was assisted Given To- Local t? producing.- pasture.
host- .
WSCS. in serving-by Mrs!.J.'E. Sherwood.DukesMatheson Dolph Reddish and J. B. White
esses served pumpkin pie and cof Forest Fire Rangers YYYYYY. yt "

fee. Executive Board Two members of the Bradford GRIFFIS LOOP -

County Forest Fire Protection
The Starke Woman's Club executive Station were presented safe driving Termite Control
MIGHTY MUSIC in motion and board meeting will be held Mr. and Mrs. John Matheson awards at a district meeting By Verble AndersonAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAA

'MBS.VRGR Radio* .starting pee. Thursday afternoon, Dec. 4, at Newton, ,Mass.* announce the en- held in Lake City. FOR DEPENDABLE ." _
1. See pate 1E. ,. ,3.;0,o'clockat e.. l gag ent.9J their.daughterMar' '-4 _,.*.- '
1 Pjtt-Newsomfi, fWiger,*ws presented ; '
llyn Ann, to.Edgar'' flailtes.s.'qZ, >fiver/ear ajvarjj. an/} Ray and .Ifenderspn! .Boree Pf ji Knpsehold A OommerdW I }'

Mr. and Mrs.: E. C. Dukes of Glenn Lewis, county ranger, re- Jacksonville visited "theirluncle Feet Control

\ Star e. cev; d *.* three year .safe drtVipf and aunt, Mr. and ,Mrs., 4Zennis .
) .Grove
; The solemniZed'at Spraying
c Pc wedding will be certificate. Grifis: fecentiy.: : I of '

(( ::) the United Presbyterian Church Ranger Lewis reminds the pUb- Mr. and"Mrs. T. C. Killings- Call FR 6-2661
in Newton, Mass in
January. worth have :
lic that now is the time to start returned to their 'i
) After the wedding the couple thinking about fire lines in pre- home in Columbus, Ga. after visit- Florida Pest Control *
will return to Jacksonville
) where paration for the season when for, ing Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brook-
\ Mr. Dukes is an assistant man- & Chemical Co. _
\r est fires are most .prey e* Interested ins.There :
ager for Liberty Finance Co. -
were 28 members of
.should contact
persons ,Z4 N. W.-Mtly: .' : %
tl\\'e station when >in need pf fire Boatdrain Baptist Church attending -

Junior Club To MeetThe line plowing or assistance in con the mass meeting at Gadara Gahwevffle, Florida ... :-' '

a trol) urning. ",!Mr. Lewis hones, to CJtuirch last Thursday night.. .The :
Junior Woman's Club will hve ,a telephone installed,soon at bapners were won by Beulah and

: Ease Toil meet Monday night at 8 p. in. in the:ctatign but at present .all caH9 pff ham Baptist Churches. The

Engine, ) the Woman's Club. Members are are relayed through the Santa Ke.Tower speaker was Rev. E. E. Ernest of IP 8'IC 1

reminded to bring JVQ1S35.. JYUfin Jhe Gainesville .South Side Baptist ,
-' TA
tbis.New.OiI.l able toys to the meeting. phone at station headquarters is Church.: E' FL '. Finished Ail-Around- )

instated_ the number will be WO There will be a Training Union !
Hospital :2'l3h ". ma meeting at Madison St. Baptist PHILCO I 4240.Most distinctive styling ,
AuxiliaryThe Frl., Sat. Nov. 28 29
lj'j,w .aluminum safety helmets! .. Church. Dec. 1. Everyone is DOUBLE ; __ in all TV. Philco lull dress", (
Hospital Auxiliary will have were recently isaued to all station I urged to attend this meeting. FEATURE -S tapered-back design with exclusive

a tea, at their ,regular meeting. personnel, and are now a part of t I Mr. and Mrs., Carl Brown and GUN ..fEVER.J : : new 5epii-Flat(' ) picture tube and I

Wednesday afternoon; 'Dec. ?, 'a t the standard unform.VOSPITAL dau hter,-carolyn, were guests of ,.Iana Dan Ui Predicta ,
3:30: o'clock in the Episcopal far:' Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe, Sunday. AND I Ichassis.

ish-House on' Church street. ADIDWA.Xs,. Mr. and Mrs. Harold J/riffj Completely finished back I

.,.r e Ping cPWq1ts.were;ad-. and children of Palatka visited Tarzan'sFight all the way 'round 1 1

njited, V> tBradf prd p.Qwilyif Os., Mr. Griff is' parents, Mr. and Mrs. For Life 1 i,

pital during last week: Walter'N. Arnold Griffis. lIon#<" tt. Two speaker sound syifem. for richest tone. :

Mansell. Wiley, Morgan Bradley,, Mr. and Mrs., -
Ray .Griffis and
docs the work of several oils; I : tfilArpn'.1k. _DbmKatbfrm:1 aughtar,..aren. and Mr. and ?Color.t'lus! "'Cartoon.efial )L'haptu Jfo." .8 .and- S Automatic "Pop-up" Tuning pops .up at a '

Jane Lyon, Evafina Muse, AUdreyJ..larie Mrs. Clifton Griffis were guests touch-lights up-.ur1s set on-changes channels. ,

LESS STRAIN AT STARTING.because then 5D Irby, _and Condra Griffin'I Ib pf. their father, Gene Griffis 'for SUN. MON. t
.. :i itJ.o TUES. Full 21* overall .measurement) .
s.9f.. ... ..., .. .a. arbecue, Saturday night. Nov. 30 ( diagonal picture.
Koolmotor gives th. pcrfonnanc of light 10W- *do ., Dec. 1, 2
LufiqdajJ. Tjtylor; -
.' '- .; .' .. I ofijacclenny JJiss Theressa Jones visited DOUBLE I
motor a oies>pisonsKio; move./nore,,ircciy, reduces I Vehriarie*Edwards, Elden Miss Patsy O'Brian Sunday. FEATURE DUO sguiji i
train on battery .The; Bradford County Hospital I \\' Mathews, Marcia Kay Furlong Queen pf --
Members of Boatdrain Church __ ___ 1 AS.J.OWA5
announces the following? .Jairths: of..Q.nesvi1I Mildred B.:Tetstone, .bate-bwlJnvited to attend the Starring Zsa ZsaGabor I
I I, ..Mr..and Mrs. James Barry Lee Marlene Peters of
: LESS STRAIN DURING WARM-UP..because Keystone
revival services at Eve AND
now J3ap- 209.95
of Lake Butler, a daughter, Deborah Heights and Cornelia Ann Pad- I
5 D,Koolmotor has switched roles to five the perform Sue Nov.20. getttOfjLawteyColoreB t Church, starting Nov. 26. ,Coun'fryMusic

of medium There will be a study course in ,
pilThi'iicb "
ance a 2O-gnde.. exactly
< Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diaox4of ? admissions. .were; Shamns '
the engine's intermediate tepipfrtjUe. Starke, a son, Richard John;; Ann Wright of 4Hawtho"me,1 I j I e.Book of Mark starting in January \\Hpliday. '.' I PHILC04J3t-XE.Ncw59

Nov. 21. James Smith, Ira John Hamiltonof I at Boatdrain Baptist Church. Ferlin J Iusky,.Zsa ,Zsa Gabor'Plus I Slepder et with BuJJt-ip .

LESS STRAIN..DURING HOT. ENGINE..CRUISING Mr. and :Mrs. George Willis of Lawtey, Jessie Mae Fort of Those wishing to attend may ob- Color Carjoon for Children ._ _. _4 1 j Pivot-Tenna. Deluxe
It.! taJ1I JvvI Rev. Orville --: ,
ksby contacting ;
becaute: again 5D Koolmotor hu switched role*-this Hampton a son : m' Hawthorne, Ernestine Robinson of 4Ved..Thur..D Dual-Speaker Sound.
Nov. 24. Hawthorne and Eddie Lee Allen Brookins. .-3. -4 I Range Switch. 21* (overall -
time to provide the heavy &# & serf onnance Green home DOUBLE FEATURE _
\ *you Mr. and Mrs Raymond Crews ,f Sampson pty. Edward was visit- I diagonal measurement)
need to prevent hot engine [ric on. of U jngjiis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie -
., Starke, a daughter, Judy IAnn, I Toughest'Man! picture. Wonderful value I II
"J 1! Qreen over the weekend. Edward _
1 SILCOX Nov. 24. -BAKE: tLEThe :
CITIES SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Petersof : serving with the UJiS. Arizona I

705 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla.E Keystone'Heights, a son, William Girl Scouts are having a Navy. Vaughn Monroe, Joan Leslie

J Dennis Nov. 24. bake sale this Saturday morning ,Mrs. Ronnie McCellen gave a AND C. H. NASWORT% Philco Dealer
front, of the Florida Bask and r
bridal in
CITIES SERVICE -, Barksdale'a. The shower honor of Mrs. This Is Russia! ,
money 1I.ienhrpok. Monda .pight & .
MUTUALLY ,youns.mtmt,jsid !&rtt1eip4at 4fl te ) In Eastnian Color 310,E. CaD.St. Starke
Radio DtcL.seeTIenye-: rij--- :- Hjdrpnbrook' ..K1iS' ,py fjfn a' Plus Color Cartoon FIa.I .
Norman .before hermarriage of .


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*1 i Mr.; and,'Mrs-C, ;'t. purrie of Mr. and Mrs Merrill Futch of Mr, and Mrs. DwightMarshall I Tornadoes this season -I '*

I I.Lake City were $aturday'evening Tallahassee spent Sunday with' and family of Apalachicola, will Tornadoes Close Statistics,- .. I I < '_Film 1 ?)

guests of Mr. and Mr;. Gene Long. Mr. and Mrs,, C, A., Futch.,, f be Thanksgiving weekend guests BUS GCS I Shown To r .eAttendanc
Mrs. J, R_ Kite,is spending the Mrs. Frances Moyer and daughter of her'parents, Mr and.Mrs. Ben : .
First downs 11 &
long weekend with Dr. and Mrs. Jane, of Jacksonville. are Rowland.. Season '\With Win from rushing 11. ; Hare

R. P. Stubbins in TaUahassee and Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs.'Dare Paulk and daughters, ., from passing U o at ,
Attendance a
with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, Collinsin Mrs. One Wiggins.Mr Sylvia, and Mrs.Ervin Andrews '
IN THE NEWS from penalties 0 1 showing of. two cancer films for
Paelham, Ga. and Mrs. '
and Mrs. E. A. Winkler are Margie"Underhill attended '
; 240 110
[Continued from Page 11 Yards gained rushing women in the elementary school
Mrs. Elsa Mauger. of'Lancaster, spending Thanksgiving with Mr. the funeral 'nf' :'
f. '... ..... ..- _,_ .L_ __.. _..._ ___ __..... Ohio is spending a year with her and Mrs.. Fred Hop ensted in St. Mrs. Ruby' Haltiwanger;' attempted lateral from LaMee to I Yards Passes, gained attempted passing 0 3 U 4 I cafetorium was reported last
brcther-in-law and sister, Rev. Petersburg. sonville on1' Green was fumbled, and the score' Thursday night. The presentationwas
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sublett of Dr. and Passes completed 0 U the Stailoe bPW
Mrs. W. sponsored by
E. Middletonwill and Mrs. Donald was ti-Q late, in the first
< Kokomoor; while Mr. and .Mrs. George McDaniel 'A MUTUAL friend is coming quarter. Passes intercepted by 0, 1
Marfreestoro.Tenn. arrived
Wednesday -
have as Thanksgiving, day her husband :"is in Korea: She expects and Mr. and.'Mrs.; Jack. McDanielof to Starke {WRGR 'Ba4ip]'Dec. 1. The Blue Devils took the kick- Fumbles lost 1 oAvg. Club who publicized the. event
to spend the wekend with guests, Mr and Mrs.,Earl Middle- with placards .and 2,500 notices
their son-in-law and daughter. ton and Mrs. W. Q. to, be employed in Gainesville Tallahassee were weekend Mighty 1190. See pat: five. off, short one, on their 39 and in distance punts 21.75: 22.75 and pamphlets to mothers through
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green. Their Melbourne Dowling of while here. guests of Mr.. and Mrs. Ben Row- Mrs. Howard Meyer Is1":home 11; plays marched down to the' Yds. lost penalties 35 45 school children.
and Mr.- and Mrs. J: Mr. and Mrs. W J. Dodd, Sr. Bradford one. From there Tins- .
daughter, Mrs. Donald:: I.IcAcJon. A, Budd. Jr. and children land.Mr. convalescing following a recent Dr. T. G. Ritch and, Dr. A. Y.
of Jack- of Durant, Miss. | ley carried over for the BIll
are spending I and Elton Smith and score.
Mrs. operation in
Waycross; Ga.
who has spent the past; two somonthswith Lawtey PTA Hears Covington were on hand to answer
Sunday to Friday with 'Mr. and Little Downing carried through center
the Greens, will family are spending Wednesdayto Thcmas Moore is getting questions from the audience of
return -
Mr. and '
Mrs. Perry Newsome of Mrs. Dodd Jr. and for the extra' point, and the half
family. along nicely District Official
home with her parents. Switzerland Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Doyle after receiving a gash 155 women after the films were
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Freddie Johns Son 'of Mr. and oh ended with Green Cove leading,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meisler Rafuse .C. Jones in. Tampa.. his head when he fell 'from a shown.
are spending Thanksgiving weekend three of Jacksonville and their Mrs. M. L. Johns: was discharged Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthywill ,slide recntly. 7-6. Lawtey PTA met in the school] Arrangements for the film

with her parents Dr. and spent daughters, formerly of Jasper from the Navy last Thursday' at' have as Thanksgiving. guestsMr. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmondson, Bradford's next score came ear- cafeteria Nov. 18 with the president showing were made by Mrs. Mar-

Mrs. H. B. McLendon in.Ol"lando. Mr. and, Mrs.Saturday James A.night Peterson with Norfolk' Va. after three and a and Mrs. J, O. Deaver and Mrs, Junius Smith and Mrs. R. C. ly in the third period. The Tornadoes Mrs. Milo Smith presiding. ion Davis, district director and
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews half 'years' service.. Mrs. Carol Quarterman of Brunswick Brown were in West Palm Beach kicked off to open the sec- Miss Dorothy Alvarez, county
and family. They all During the business meeting the I
spent Saturday A MUTUAL friend is comingto end half and on third down Green
Mrs. W. l last
and family were in Orlando over Ga., Mr. and J. Wednesday to Friday attend- chairman of the cancer society.
the, weekend visiting Mrs. E. S. at the Peterson-Dr. Jennings' Starke [WRGR Radio] Dec. .1. Deaver and daughter of Winter ihg the Florida Hospital Associ Cove punted to the Bradford 30 group voted to buy a ditto ma-

Matthews and Dr. and H. B. camp at; Orange Springs. Mighty 1490. See paw five.Mr. : Haven, and Mr. and 'Mrs! 'John.. ation. convention.. with Green returning it to the 39. chine foi the school.
Starke,friends will be Try Our Home-Made
interestedto and Mrs. R. A. cblsori and The Tornadoes settled! down to
of Winter Park. Rev. and
McLendon. Betsy and Anne Mat- know Nasa'orthy Mrs. Donald Koko- Speaker for the meeting was
that Mary Lee Wain- family WEre in Valdosta, Ga. on business and in seven plays reached -
Mrs Bertha Pearce is having moor and family are having
thews were guests .of Mrs. Lewis wright [Mrs. N. DJ of Mrs. W L, Nisbit of Jacksonville PIZZAItalian
Hollywood, the Blu! Devil end zone with
Sunday visiting friends. Mrs.
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Thanksgiving dinner with Dr. and
Sue and daughters, Paula, and Ha. has written a new song, "The Mrs. David Reict'and son of Edward Ensor in Jacksonville.. Mrs. T. M. Brill in Gainesville. Tevore carrying over'from the 11. president of District 6 PTA, who
Sturgis while there. '
Democratic March," that has spoke on Value of PTA in Com
re- Jacksonville are rarried thrcugh'center for
Mrs. James Rowe of Starke is spending Sundayto Comer Perryman 'of Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lawson and I
ceived high from munities. SpaghettiFRED'S
teaching social studies at Union praise Paul M. Thursday with her parents Mr. ville will be with his parents. family H. A. Lawson. and Miss the PAT. i
County High School in Lake But- Butler, chairman of the Democratic and i Mrs. D. W: Carpenter and Judge and Mrs. E. K. perrYman: Pat Cogdill attended the First In the closing minutes of the I. Refreshments were served to CAFE
National Committee, and other Mr, and Mrs. Dolph.Reddish, Mr. for Thanksgiving. Baptist 'Church homecoming in game the Tornadoes had marched :he 70 members and their guests
this I
:semester of the
secondary intern as part at the I high-ranking Democrats. Mrs.,! Reid will join his., family'on Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering Auburndale Sunday, to the Blue Devil's 15, when La- by hostesses Mrs. James Waters, Temple Avenue

University of Florida.program She is a I Wainwright is prominent in musical Thanksgiving_ day spent Sunday and Monday with Miss Jean Mundy of.Bessie Tift Mee faked a handoff, rolled out Mrs. Mitchell Brown and Mrs. Phone WO !-6051THE

senior education.. circles in Florida and is at Mr. and Mrs] R. V. Chapmanand Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pickering in Colleges, Fors the. Ga. will be and skirted left end for the score, Troy Bennett.

present serving as president of the family will be in Lakeland Gainesville. home for the long weekend. She Green tried to run the extra point

Tuesday Morning Musicale of Wednesday night and Thursday Mrs. W. F. Swinyer has returned will have as Thanksgiving day but failed. I

Hollywood. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert to her home in Los GatosCalif. guest, Miss Sandra Chambers of The Tornado coaches praised the MIGHTY149.0AND
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale
Bunting. I after a month's visit with Jacksonville
and family are spending entire team for good playing in
Wednes Airman 1-C Jerry' Colley of her sister, Mrs: '''W H. Nollman. Jan Mundorff of Oglethorpe
FloridaTHEATRE day and Thursday with Mr. and the second halt, when blocking
Scott Field 'm. few '
spent a days
Jim Cottrell of Gainesville and University is. home for the long .
Mrs. Richard C. Williams in last week with his mother Mrs; J. D. Cottrell},of. Lee bur:; will be weekend. :was the best exhibited by theALVAREZ'

Tampa. M: H. Colley while enroute to'Keesler Thanksgiving guests of Mr. ,and
Mrs. Frazier Shaw and sons; AFB, Miss. Mrs. W. B. Sewell.Ma'ck Mutual Broadcasting SystemTeam
Gene and Lamar, and Mr. and \ : Men's Clothing
I Mr. ancfMrs. Earl Moench haas d ml'
L: Willams spent Saturday -; IIIIII IIIIII
Mrs. .. STORE
Ovid Bennett and family are I I iasa.
Sunday dinner" guests Mr. and to Wednesday with relatives Established II ,
spending the weekend! at their Mrs. Leon. Perry 'o( Lake' Wales; hi,1 Waycross.! GaT .. Up W/t/i/ : ft .r-
camp at Salt Springs.C. ''l\ and'Mrs': L. Wihgate'of '
SAT.. NOV. 29 Mr. and'Mrs. E. R. Jeftords'anddaughter
DOUBLE FEATURE G. Barksdale returned Sunday Jacksonville, and Mr; and Mrs. of High Springs were WALTER WINCHELL ..
from the Baptist Memorial I Tyler Jones'of 'Slarke.Misses .
Sunday visitors Mr. !and Mrsj: LOCAL 6:00-6:15 P.M. (Sunday)
Hospital where he spent the past Jackie Colley_ of FSU MANAGER FOR
BOB AND lATE George Huagins.! :
week for observation and treat- KATE SMITH
SIMPLY GREAT! and, Barbara'Colley of Gainesvillewill Mr:and Mrs.. Fred LecnharctofKeyston
ment. be home for Thanksgiving. Heights have moved to 10:05-10:30: : A.M. (Mon.-Fri.)
funnies! pair .6VI Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jutras and Mr : M D Jordan spent' lastweek' i
; their new home on Colley ''road. Jim, Walter
,t1 pictures! family of Atlanta. Ga. are guest$ IIi Highland View'visiting Mr. and).!rs. 'W. T. Jackson'and Corp."World's JACK BAILY (Queen For A Day

__....w..>_>w.-..... /J of Mr. and"Mrs. J. D. Seymour her daughter, Mrs. Allen Price. family are spending Thanksgiving! i 10:35-11:00 Weekdays,,

Ebb A from Wednesday'to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs: Jack Haile and with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Weaver '. CHUCK DENT (Rhythm Rider)
Katharine M r. and Mrs. Needham "
Hurst are -
son. Mike, .Miami spending g Williston. .
I Jr and children of Indianapolis. the THanksgiving. w ekend'with Largest Home Builders"WILL 4::00.8::00 P.M.
: Ind Mr: "and :Mrs: George Hugsiris
were Monday visitors of Mrs: Mrs. W. 'G. Hate. i. GABRIEL HEATTER r
and .
family! are spending Thanksgiving ''

T I, petticoat I W Mr.S. Slade.and Mrs.. J, M. Edwards .was Mrs.visiting E. M.friends Rooks here of Gainesville on Sun-e .fords, ''High with Springs.;Mrs.. .S." ,1 k."*, !.Jet., I < BE IN STARKE 5:-15.6:00 P.M. (Sunday) .

and daughters were fishing at FULTON LEWIS. JR.
day. ,
The new address' of SP4, Theodore -
From tl-G-U in VSTlYSCX and TECHttCOlQR?? Horse Shoe over the weekend. Cindy Harrell entertained three J. Gqcdge, who Is statfpriecl EACH THURSDAY 7:00-7:15: P.M. (Mon.-Fri.)

r __,,_-.....__,._....,. I Ben his Rowe returned to the homeof girl friends_at a slumber, party at in France for two. y"'RA: : AL GARNER (Starke Wakes Up) "
daughter, Mrs. Ruth Baker her home last Friday evening.Misseg :34200133 USAG kT
MESS APO, .44,
AND in Jacksonville on Sunday after t 6:00-10:00 A.M.
Pat and Jackie Hobbs of N. Y.. N. Y. ""* .
spending the past three months. Tallahassee will be home.for the .
with Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Elder. long weekend. Mrs. Hi'E.Bradley"andfamily : : STARKE HARDWARE CO.t .

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sawyer Mrs. Adalme Chace and son, of Altamonte Springs' : former (NEWS HOURLY), .. .

ci Jacksonville Beach are spend- Alvin, of Jacksonville were last Thanksgiving Starke Day residents'will'gues'ts, of Mr(be i 12:30 P.M... TO 6:00 P.M: RIU. STERN
< .
ing Thanksgiving
with her visitors
parents Friday of Mrs. Etta Hoov-
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade, and Mrs, Robbie" Shaller- and., ",Mr.. BOB FELLER
er.Mr. and Mrs: Harry'Mooty.. .
Sr.Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark and ((. \'IE OF THE DAY-Baseball)
Mrs. C. W. Turney and,, bars
and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and
children of Ocala were weekend
Lewis of Leesburg were last Thins For Appointments Call CEDRIC FOSTER
t\ daughters Gayle and Dianne, are guests pf"Mrs, C,- D, Williams, .
day. luncheon guests 'L; _. ,. -
of Mrs. ,Cr '
spending NF WS'- HOURLY
Thanksgiving in HorseShoe Mrs. Irene Johns of Green-Cove ( ) '
M. Turney,, and Mrs Carne( 'Ward, JACKSONVILLE' 7-1141 Collect
N. C. with friends.Mr. Sprihgs spent the weekend with
e and Mrs. Robert Lee and Mrs. Henrietta Hunt. Mrs. C| M.- Tumey'returned to f STARTING DECEMBER 1RADIO

children of Tallahassee were visit- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy Leeseburg with them for Thanksgiving r.STARKE WO 45311"If

ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.||and family are spending Thanksgiving week. .

J, Dowling, Sr., over the weekend.:i: with 'her mother, Mrs G. Miss Virginia Sewell was iJacksonvme I.

Miss Flora Slade is leaving this E. McGauley, In" Palatka. on Monday and: It's A Quality Home WRGR

weekend for.Jacksonville Beach to Spending several days this week Charles Tuesday visiting. Mr.* and Mrs. IIl's i

spend the remainder of the school with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Viningare Bostwick. ;
term!with her Mr. and Mrs Garland Parnellof A Jim 'Walter ,
sister, Mrs;Charles Mr. and Mrs. Louis Yancey .. Home"
Sawyer: while Mr. Sawyer-serves Jr. of Decatur, Ga. and Mr. 'and i Savannah, Ga. are Thanks; :. -

six months with the armed forces. Mrs. Don Joiner and children ofAugusta. giving weekend guests of. Mr. and .
Mr. and I Mrs. K. G. Duncan. :. : t
Written by,John Directed twist l and by Edmund H..NorthRAOUL [nounce.the Mrs.birth J.of H.a Carson 6 lb. girl an- Mr. and. Mrs. Bill Graham and Mrs. Carrie Ward is spending ** .' JOP' 'IV_The Dinah] ShoreChevy Show-Sunday-NBC-TV and the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom-weekly on ABC-TV. f

WALSHPlus Barbara Jean, hi a Pittsburg. Pa. family are spending Thanksgiving Thanksgiving day with Mr. and ,
Mrs. H. McDowell in Jacksonville..
recently. Mrs. Carson weekend at their camp in the
"Cat Napping" Cartoon will be remembered as the formerJewell Scrub. Mrs. K. G. Duncan spent the ", .
Gassett.Mr. Mss. Lillian Stump. _spending weekend with Mr. and Mrs. T. D. i tt '

and Mrs. M. L. Johns Sr. Wednesday evening Hoy in. Jacksonville. .'.J., .
Sun. and Thursdaywith
Nov, 30 Mon., Dec.Tues., Wed. spent last weekend in Ozark, Ala.J. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.-Thomson Mr. and Mrs, Guy Sale and .4:' J I )r _,------.n..wy..
-- -..- -- -l,2-, 3 E. Mundorff's' visiting'relatives Jr. and family in Monticelloand daughter, Linda Kay, and Carol 1":7:: -3 .... .'

Tennessee Williams' Play in St. Petersburg over the I with :Mr. and Mrs. John Grif- Temple are spending the long 't ,- ,

Is On The Screen! long weekend. fin in Ochlocknee, Ga. weekend with Dr. and Mrs, J<- C. \:: :, '

....G.......... Naftel i in Birmingham, Ala.: I
Magithe Mr: ahd'MfiX. S. Muir and /it

cat, Cat family of eystone Heights and ...xflrr'gs
Rodney Carden of Startle will be

.oaaHotJEMI'METKOCOLOI; .iwl*T+ .. Thanksgiving day guest of Mr.
\ :: ( :
ONLY 3O INCNLS WID[ and Mrs. Ernest Widegren at
'ri ;<$." 1Ro Kingsley Lake.
: Mr. and. Mrs. Charles Lawsonof ..
J''j1 7 7f Lakeland and Bud Lawson of

:'. --J 'l" Mars Hill, N. C. a 'e'\pe }ding'thE

.,.'".,". ,.\;.. +I Lawson.weekend with Mr. and, itrs.:r"Mr. ''H.- A. s a a .: s /.

-WZABfIHTflfLDR.: and. Air S..,, Harold Godwin
of_Lakeland are"spending the, long
PAUL[NEwMAN iI .w kend with their'parents, Mr 1

.,1 andjMfs. Mack L. Williams and .
BiW.MsJsa Mrs. Logan Baldwin. ,'.

e m.JlIDIl1l; Mr. and Mrs. Charles:"McQuaig ) w

of Waycross, Ga. are Thanksgiv l 1f
) t -
ing guesta of Mr. and Mrs::Mack f
AN AVON PRODUCTION L. Williams The4-door7passeneiKiujswoodwithrearfacin9Uac? seat and automatic rear irindow

-- .'..
Judge and Mrs.V. A.'Yawn, Jr. (,,.. 4s
Plus "Quick'on the Victor" and family were in Orlando on ; : ,

Sunday visting Mr. an Mrs 3, <-. -
W. Davis. T ': Be our guest for a pleasure, test. .
Thun, Fri. Dec. 4 1, 5
perfect meals. J. G. Caldwell visited Mr. and .

DAYS,TEAT o SHOOK AUTOMATICALLY .,: Mrs.Martin Mack and Younge"Mr. 'and and Mrs.'family Shelley in .: THIS! IS THE ONE FOR WAqOHS 1959 CHEVY

TIll.WORLD I .'for':2 or 24. i" just'' 30 inches Mark in Reddick 'on Sunday:

VICTORY fMATCHED Mr. and Mrs. Billy Burbank,'Jr.
Hew Hinwry tyll.f in the striking Black and children beautiful Plate Glass all around
Fernandina ,
FROM. DISASTER! Magic control panel giant-size all CalrodS- Beach 'Clie..vrowt.s'jir.e.. stunning Wagons were never more or ing Safety

1 ,Super Oven big enough for even a40-lb.turkey and Mr and' Mrs. Charles' Lanceof t' dutiful. From low-set', headlights to bigger safer brakes smoother-than-

r.'D e:! .: automatic oven control. famous CalrodSelectric I St. Simons Island. Ga. will be new, Motion wagons J or. j'9wingshaped I tailgate,:these59,' Chevrolets ever Full Coil suspension and a roll-
.: units throughout. 12-steak broiler weekend guests of Mr.! and Mrs.
with no pre-heating". all porcelain inside M. W. Lance. are ,shaped to new! are as sweet looking as anything down rear window (electrically operated

; and out Special 1 Crisper-Stor, too! J Mrs. Gladys Weldon KL 4 II. American; taste loath f resit, on wheels. They're just about the as standard equipment on the
daughter. -. : handiest wheels too from 9-passenger Kingswood).Your dealer'swaiting
Martha, are havingi ; And things on ,
\ ON COK""U"lt TEIUS_.NOW CKl\ family reunion on Thanksgivingday. > finetSHmne. (( design. overhead-curving windshield\ to now with. all the details I < :on-. ,

Small Down I: Those attending will be Mr. tJiey r,r Q' beau 'ullXI't longer, wider load platform. why this year-more than eVer=-

and Mrs. Charles Patrick and son Chevy's the one,for wagons.
Payment of Sneeds, Mr. and ]iytrs.} Steve -with roomier, quieter Besides additional cargo space, you

$275 weekly Weldon of Macclenny. Jmmy Wel Bodies by Fisher, an eren also get added seating room ((4 inches

., : t t. don of Jacksonville Bill Weldonof more in front, over 3 inches in back). ULET
'!i" :' t.tL v..1ii'" Marcus' Hook, Pal:, Mr. '. and smoother ride, new case oj And you'll find such other practical ,

> f,. Mrs. W. W, Shaffer'and ofTavares
.' family J handling! advantages as new easy-ratio steerI. -
;u. :
>' and Mrs. E. A. Haskinsof .
Jacksonville. / t ., ,
n $ t
tAlCON. II MrS. Ervin Andrews and'"i8f1'of the wider selection of models' al local authorized Chevrolet dealer's!
t, EAUNG now-see your
\ fllM LOOK FOR THAT DIFFERENCE! : ATINKtER Smyrna are'spending this, f .
\ week with her parents, 'Mr. anil -. .,., f 't, ;

1 I UfaC'' SERVICE Mrs.Mr.Dave and Paulk.Mrs. R. C. Dunn, aad. ;

( Plus "Mississippi Hare" Cartoon .. ".f{ \ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Upsbtf of >.aN1csEvRoLET COMPANY
PHONE wo 4-iosi 23-1 N..TEMPLE AVE. Jacksonville Beach were'Saturday

->- N.dinner Pickering guests of Mr. and"Mrs: it I9r E.1ST- ., C.A hL ST_ ,, STARK,< FLA. rnoX.c ",p J.2.Q.1

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THURSDAY. NOV. 27. 1958

Ccrmporee Police Begin Legion Members MAYOR'S COURTIn :

Set For Dec. 5.6 New SystemOf Burn Mortgage; spite of the fact that no I II
session was held last week May- SPECIAL I

In Cary ForestThe Chief Riley Sweat has To Sponsor CubsA n dRANc the er's docket Court and had two only defendants 13 cases ap-on ,";

instituted a "work sheet
mortage-burning pearing for trial Monday morning.
Alachua District Boy Scout ceremony
which will record the .work of each NOTICE '
Camporee will be held at the man on the force each day. was the, highlight of Post 56 'American Appearing and pleading guiJty ,

Austin Cary Forest 'north of I The work log is filled before : Legion meeting here to two charges, reckless driving
Tuesday night when the mem- and leaving the scene of an accident -
Gainesville on Route 24, Friday each man goes off duty so that
.Dec. 5 6 Lr. bership also voted to sponsor Cub was Alafonso Chandler. He
end Saturday, those on the next shUt will have
Frank E. Philpott, Camporee Pack 307 and endorsed the Boostr was found guilty on both counts
to the minute ar-
Chairman, has announced. Dr. at rests: up made, warnings given cases Club project of an electric By G. THugginaCounty and fined $37 or 7 day on thefirst Terwillegar Motor Co.
Scoreboard and $102 or 20 days on the
; for Bradford football
Philpott Is a Professor of Physical pending, etc. Agent latter. -

Education' at the University of Also on the log is recorded the Held. Also

Florida and Chairman .of the speedometer reading of the cars A history of the purchase of the appearing, and pleading IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE the Appointmentof
guilty to a violation cal-
Alachua District Camping and used at start and finish of each present Legion property and development Strawberry 'Interest Good and top dressed early with extra vin Henley parking fined Frank Allen, formerly of Spartanburg
was $12 With ,
Activities Committee. shift details of accidents investigated of the Fair Grounds Rains' came late, thus delaying nitrogen is good. If labor might sentence and S. C. Parts
as and
suspended put onprobation Manager. Mr.
Reservations for the was the setting of berries on a number prevent sidedressing when needed,
camporee : and any other activity in given by past Post Commanders for 30
should be made on or before Dec. which the man took part. and other officials. The cere- of farms. We have berries set then an 8-8-8 might-be better for Those Frank Allen has had over 18 years experiencewith
forfeiting by not
1, and campsites will be assignedIn "It will help us work together" mony was climaxed by putting the from the middle of August up to you. being present in court were: Kr-!: Ford Products.

order of application.. Chief Sweat said.We have torch to the $6,000 mortgage.The the present: Rye Grass'For. Lawna nest E. Tallisman, running a red VISITTERWILLEGAR

Boy Scout Troops may arrive tried to make the sheet so detailed Post voted unanimously to Something: has handicapped our Moisture Is good now so that light, bond $12; Henderson An-

anytime after 3 p.m. Friday afternoon that every man will have a sponsor Cub Pack 307 which was strawberry program each year for you can top seed Italian rye grasson derson Wynn reckless driving and

and remain through the V clear picture of each situation, about to lose"'its"charter becausef the past few years. Seems that :your lawn. This is a practice no driver's license, bond $1:>2; MOTOR CO.

a.m. church service Sunday, Dec. and anything not covered can be lack of a sponsoring organization cur growers are determined to only to: maintain 'a green cover Johnnie Alton Ref ore excess speed

1, if they so desire. The Sunday included on the bottom of the .'The Post will also offer a come back with more acres and all. winter. bond $27; John Allen reckless TODAY AND LET MR. FRANK ALLEN HELP YOU

attendance Is optional. Troops sheet where there is a space for meeting place for the pack and if we keep that interest we can "if you have a. good cover of driving, bond $27; Vitus William WITH YOUR SERVICE NEEDS

remaining through the Saturday remarks he concluded. will attempt to provide capable surely' strengthen our strawberry grass, three pounds of rye grass Manginello, running red light,

campfire program will be given All the policemen interviewed leadership. program. seed is enough per 1,000 square bond $12; Willie Welch, excess

full credit for the camporee at tnd Mayor W. T. Jackson say The If is spotted thin speed, bond $27 J. W. Sasser,
In response to a request from strawberry was one of. the feet.. lawn or ;
like the which has
tendance.Dr. they system Booster. Club President A. N. Holiday very few crops to net the farmersa .you might need five pounds. driving without a license, bond
U. S. minister of been in effect since Nov. 15.
Gordon the Post endorsed the proposed profit this year so far, Rye grass has a nugnty heavy $27; Meed C. Lewis, reckless driving -

the Gainesville, will conduct First PresbyterianChu the Sunday Prize Winners $1,500 Scoreboard and referred There is some interest workingup I root-system. You will need to use Arthur by excess'Allen Edward speed ,bond driving$27; The[ ';1I9 criptuns-; -. by Jack Hmllm;

the matter to its executive now for a strawberry market i about 15 pounds of 8-8-8 fertilizer -

morning services. At ShopportunityAre board for'possible financial assistance meeting and ,at the proper time i per 100 square feet so that while drinking, bond $52, and Jun- Tempering Our Talk
The Alachua District of the Boy
ius M. Smith Jr., running a stop
such meeting will be held. your regular grass will not be
Scouts of America Includes Ala
sign bond $12.Correction.
Announced Watch for Lea/
chua, Bradford Gilchrist and ,Spot damaged. Keep rye grass mowedat l

Cub Pack 70 That- old leaf spot fungus can one and one half or two inches e '
Union counties. Freda Hardenbrook Lorena +<
be dangerous. If you see' it start heighth.It Made

Broughton, Ernest Bird Pearl Makes Promotions in a small area, you might help is not sugested that you go

Tax Collections Griffis, and Mrs. L. Geiger were hold it in check'by spraying that all-out for a rye-grass cover if In Court StoryA Ic

winners of the five $5 ''bills awarded Cub Scout Pack'< 70 met at the spot and around that A
Behind area. you have a nicely established lawn
Running mix-up type a story on
at the last Par-
Shopportunity Methodist
Fellowship Hall on fungicide with Zineb is the best now.
Last Year's RecordAd ty in front of Shepherd's: Radio Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 7:30 m. to You will County Judge's Court last week
: p. use. find it by that Doing Any Rat Killing? caused the article to say that Fred
and TV. Den 3 presented the colors and name or sometimes i i
called Z-78. Talking about rats to Freeman Blocker
Negro, pleaded guilty to t
valorem taxes in Bradford Winners of the five lamps given ... .
led In the pledge of l" .k :'
allegiance. Spraying is better than dusting! Register recently we found that breaking and entering the Bradford I.. ,"
County are not coming in as fast away by Shepherds as a special 'i 't..
Rev. Don Kokomoor gave the in- if you can do it.
his method was good but pretty High School cafeteria last >
.1! txi
this year as last year with only attraction were: Shirley Green, vocation. t.
In either
application. remember expensive. After we talked and Sept. 30. This was an error, :
$35,054.78 or a little over 12 percent Mrs. Wesley Higginbotham Han Awards were made to eight that the disease starts on the planned a little we found that caused by a consolidation of partsof { '-" -aS
paid on the tax roll of f 299,- dine Chism, Vickie Moser, and Cubs I ii .;
I : Mickey Cellan, son of Mr. bottom side of the leaf and thatis he could do the same job with the two paragraphs. As written, '
Nadine Crews. '
369.26 Last througH year by lOVe: the 15.same date i None of the three top prizes and Mrs. W. P. Cellan of Kingsley where you must get the ma- same degree of efficiency for less the item should have appeared as '.'.-. )I P
was presented a certificate terial. than half the cost. follows! :
41599.38, or, about 18 per cent, have yet been claimed. They are: of i.1 K/NDNESS r'mVTed'f5S
promotion to the regular Sulphur is still
the best productfor We invite Fred Blocker, Negro pleadednot
to ,
you call or come
vas paid on the tax roll of $234,- No: 445941, $25; No. 469912, :$15;
Scouts and'a small memento of red spider. A parathion-DDT in and talk about a rat-killing guilty to assault and batteryin Ct3l5G4pg7/04'
939.54 by this date. No. 440142, $10.BETA .
Those paying taxes so far this the occasion The new Den Moth- mixture will get 'the other insects program. You do not need to have an attack on Joe Brewton m -*=

year have saved approximately SIGMA PHI ers and committeemen were in- including .aphids. rats destroying and contaminatingyour Reno, and bond was set at $1:>U. s ,v rws/iF .

troduced. Rye For Grating feed. Leonard Kimbler, a youth,
$1,460 with the four per cent discount THANKS MERCHANTS
allowed through November. Den 5 served refreshments fur- Still time to plant rye for agrazIri'g White Dutch Clover pleaded guilty to breaking and

Last year the discount saved at Beta Sigma Phi sorority thanks nished by the Methodist Church, crop. If you don't believe Leaston Wynn at Hampton was entering the Bradford Hih School n '

the Nov. 15 date was approXi- the Starke merchants who do- and cleaned up the hall. rye is good, just ask those who getting ready the other day to cafeteria last Sept. 30. The case UYCEPSTdp/t lMilfilfPdACE

mately $1,730.Assessments. nated gifts for the Harvest Moon The meeting was closed with had it last year. plant a few acres of clover. was certified to circuit ocurt and hEpfUlAEfS -

for 1958 were increased dance last Saturday night. Pro- retirement of the colors and theLord's Some of those well pleased were His 8 or 10 acres will be just as bond set at $300. ,, -

by $64,429.72. ceeds from this affair went to prayer.SeventYfive. Leslie Green, Z. W., Hamilton, J. i important to him as the 100 that 500 t
support the Cancer Closet. Cubs and parents R. Watnwright, Hogan Smith Joe I Fred McDavid at Brooker is plan- ing for first time needs or

attended this meeting. Griffis Felix Sapp and plenty"of ning to plant.McDavid pounds of 3-12-12 or 0-14-14 per

W. C. T. V. CARD OF THANKS others. has'lots of experiencewith acre. The seed must be inoculatedwith

THE TEST OF THANKSGIVING May we take this method of CARD OF THANKS Florida Black is the old reliable White Dutch Clover and agrees 3 .to 5 times the amount sug-
My heartfelt thanks to all who gested on the container. __.
variety have N-MM
we had for
IT NOT WHAT YOU HAVE TO thanking our neighbors and extended comforting I a number that mighty good. He Dutch Clover is plantedon
BE THANKFUL FOR, BW1IETHER friends .for their kind expressionsof and sympathy of years New Gator rye has done agrees, and this we want to pass
Help in my, recent sorrow. well already established grass Sponsored by members of the Madison
the two Street
ANYONE HAS REA sympathy in our bereavement. For tIle years it has been on to you, that White Dutch Baptist ChurchSeDIt
beautiful services,, floral pasture or with the planting grassor
SON TO THANKFUL THAT These expressions have'been: dep- offerings, and planted. Seed has not been avail- Clover must be on good land that
YOU ARE HERE. ly, appreclated.-r-The Irvin Mos-' deeply grateful.kindnesses, lam able till this year for increased will hold moisture. The land must rye seed.MUTUALLY. -
., _-. ley family Kronenberger acreage., have lime if it needs it. It must YOURSWRGRRadio.

f 4-12-12 fertilizer at planting also be properly fertilized. Plant- Dee. 1. See page five.DE'C' Rent It Trade It.

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228 W. Madson St. tfchg SAUS Fenta process treated
7. ,. I fence poets 4 mile North on 301.
8. 9. ,. 10 11'ry : FOR RENT-or LeaseJohnson'sFarmer Green & Bakken Post Co. ttcng
---.- :; 12. 13 Supply Building. Phone WO
:. r'. 4.4594 tffhg WE HAVE a new loan program for
farmers. Loans ot 1 to 6 years

. ", ,-"" : for the entire credit require-
ily. Gainesville Production Credit
To . .. :, 7' ,.CHRISTMAS .. ., '( Association, CO north Main,
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14 15 : L ? Hiway 301 North Starke gtarfce, Fla. .
17.. 18 __ 'I' I I FOR SALE-14 in X II ft steel
19 20
culvert pipe, $1.25 ft. ALSO BuildIng
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lots for sale U SJbth
Of-. .- '. Building Supplies. Used Ijmber of Gate
,. all types, windows, doors, plumbing, Subdivision. Low down payment.
used tin roofing. Used Cypress Low monthly payments. BILLY
.' \ benches, Ideal for any outdoor use, JACKSON. Pavae WO4-4I1I e:> C.a-
CHURCH : $1.00 per !t.. 8 to 12 ft. long. Vhone tral Truck Lines tfcbg
.r W04.4011., W: T. Jackson Transfer, .

.; ." \...... ''' .- .'t..:' CASH AWARDS clo Central Truck Lines tfchg ONE BEDROOM furnished apart.
\! 'f'. ..\ : ; ., merits for rent Phone WO4-4011. W.
', : "OOP-I, 500 T. Jackson
,: .' ., NOW. The ultimate in prestige. tfcbg
: : ENGRAVED business cards, $19.95:
Ii.." t j. (price includes plate). Never before, GENUINE ENGRAVED Wedding-
.. n ,, engraving at this low price. vitations with double envelopes 100
t Bradford County Telegraph tf for $21.95. Bradford Cow''y Telegraph -

21-: : tf
: 22 23" .24 FOR SALE Farm of the late
'. 2S .26 27 U. D. Johns, 4 miles north of Crook FOR RENT 2 nicely fur. apts. I
er. 230 acres. 180 in cultivation. 70 heaters. Adults. $68 per. mo. ea.
,.' Pecan trees good barn. Contact Mrs Klei- Inc. Phone: WO 91545. tfchg
+ U. D. Johns. 307 E. Ross Ave.
: : 11127 COLUMBIA $1( .95 Hi Fi
Tampa 2. Fla 3 tchg Record
cHRiSTMAS Player, holds 12 records, in wooden
.. O'N' FOR RENT 3 bedroom unfurnished cabinet with. four legs and extra
Jt!' ... ,, .". r. house close in. Newly deco speakers. Xmas Special at Cabmen
DAY rated. Available Dec. 1. 4-4791 Gift Shoppe for $119.95, only $$.00
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.. WANTED Full time help to care Cocker Spaniel female
7.J : for 2 children. Hours 8:50 a. m. to dog with N. Y. tag. Named
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SuNDAY : : ;- NENYEAR. S .. r ., : .: i able. Also 12 gauge Parker double

.# EVE DANCE : DAY barrel! shotgun. Phone 3545. Keystone SALES LADY Wanted. Must be
Box Lake experienced and will to
U. S. o. : P. O. : 51. work Good
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FOR RENT-Three bedroom house. I FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished

.... Phony WO 9-1171 Hl'hg house with ear port newly deco-
rated on Walnut St. Inquire at 733
Furnished 3 rooms and N. Thompson St.
FOR RENT- 1 tp
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furnished.! L. D. Green. 1305: Rai- FOR RENT Adults only First
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:: private entrance, garage TV aerial,
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K. MELROSEBy S way you write. Come In and select -
By Mary SchaefferGirl
interdenominational Thanks-
,_ ,
.. _,_ I ; your favorite ESTERBROOK
; t, ", I 1 J. Joyce Rothhammer giving service will be held at 9 a. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH.
Will Pick
Mayor, I Scout News Altman Vas first in Bolivia, while m. Thursday Nov. 27, in St. An-
The newly organized Brownie Mrs, Lydia uuu.uuu.uuuuu
I ; Hurley was second. ne's Episcopal Church, Keystone
Scout ,Troop held their second Mrs. Huntley Redfearn was the Arriving Wednesday to spend Heights.
Two Councilman .4 ; aes meeting in St. William's Hall on bingo wiener.. the Thanksgiving Holidays with
j I Friday Nov. 21. Cathy Low, a' Miss Lane Jackson Honored Mr. and Mrs George Clemens and The public is cordially invitedto 7oto'OSG

In spite of a contest for the third grader was inducted as a Miss Lane Jackson, daughterof boys were Mrs. H. W. Anderson of attend this service which has

Mayor's seat, there has been no i, 1 t new member at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacksonof i Tampa and four children. On been arranged by the ministersof

fireworks, at least on the surface The girls learned the Brownie Keystone, was the honor guestat Thursday Mr. and Mrs. E. John' the First Baptist, St. Anne's ie 666
to preface the annual election of I I Promise and Salute learned to tiea i a party given for her by her Nelson and Eugene and Cecelia Episcopal; Community Church, 1
Keystone Heights city officials I trick knot, and enjoyed 'a new mcther and her friend Miss Nelson cf Jacksonville will join
and Park of the
next Tuesday. game and song. Frances Reaves, at St. Anne's the group. Mrs. Anderson and Palms Bible Conference -

Due to the Mayor's race and I '' Karen Cook and her mother Parish Hall on Saturday evening. Mrs. Nelson are sisters of Mrs. all of Keystone Heights, -..;
one contested seat on the City x were hostesses and served refresh- The party was to mark Lane's Clemens. and the First Baptist Church of : i iI

Council, however, it is predicted ments. Ann Triest acted in the 16th birthday. About 45 boys and Many Melrose residents attended I Hampton. I'
that a large per cent of Keystone's capacity of Clean-up Girl. girlsmostly her classmates at the Florida-FSU game Satur- LEE'S DRIVE-IN
195 qualified voters will go to the Home Demonstration Club Bradford High School were St. \V IUiam's Catholic Chapel

polls. i On Wednesday of last week the guests for the evening. day.John Miner visited his brother Keystone Heights THEATREPhone

As their Mayor for the next \ K-L-M Home Demonstration Club Miss Reaves and Mrs. Jackson and sister-in-law! Mr. and Mrs.
one-year term, voters will choose Beasleyyears Bryan met in the Keystone Heights Woman's had effectively decorated the hall Keith Miner and daughter Kathy. Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. 4113
between incumbent M. L. [Les] Holyday Mass at 7:00: m.
Club. Officers were electedfor with Japanese lanterns, and pastel Mr. Miner formerly lived in Caracas a.
Beasley, now completing his fifth in the Army. 16 months ofthat .I Pythias, and Rotary Club. He is the ensuing year as follows: j streamers. A beautiful four-tiered Venezuela, but recently he Tuesday Mass at!' 8:00: a. m. Keystone Heights, Fla.Fri. .
one-year term In the 'office and time being in Korea duringthe Confessions before all Masses.
I a graduate of Tampa Business President Mrs. Emma Lamore- birthday cake was the centerpiece and his family moved to Houston I.
Ralph T. Bryan a political new Korean War. He was honor- College. I aux; Vice President, Mrs. John on the refreshment table. It was Texas. The Keith Miners live in Baptisms, marriages and instructions ., Sat., Sun.

comer. ably discharged with the rank of Three candidates are bidding Payton: Recording Secretary, Mrs. flanked on either side with cry Mrs. K. Keener's house on Melrose by appointment.
An employee in the accounting sergeant. for the two up-coming vacancieson Francis Egan; Corresponding stal candelabra. Leaves and fern Bay.Mr. Nov. 28, 29, 30

department of the duPont Company's Beasley is a native Floridian the City Council. They are incumbent Secretary Mrs. Virginia Sibley; urrounded the candelabra and and Mrs. W. N. Gaskins of
Highland Plant for the and has resided in Keystone E. A. [Gene] Williams, Treasurer, Mrs. Leon Wagner. the cake which had been made Lakeland spent the weekend with KEYSTONEJEWELERS

past five Years Bryan is a mem- Heights since 1948. Formerly in W. H. Redfearn, Sr., and Corbitt Mrs. Ray. Cook was elected dele- by Mrs. Jackson, and was decorated Mrs. Gaskins' brother-in-law and TIN ROOF
ber of the First Baptist Church, the service station business, he is Terrell. elaborately by Lane's grandfather sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Griner. '

chairman of the finance committee now employed in the land department Incumbent Tax Collector SaraD. gate.A demonstration of Christmas Fred Leonhard. It was, in While here they attended the Expert Watch Repairing With Elizabeth Taylor

of the Keystone Lions Club, of Clay Electric Cooperative.He McDonald, and incumbent Tax decorations was given by Mrs. fact, almost too pretty to cut. Florida-FSU football game Quality Line Jewelry Plus Cartoons
and treasurer of the Volunteer is a member of the First Bap- Assessor Thomas B. Millican are Margaret Nelson home demonstration There were also punch, sandwiches Grant Rothhammer reports he Walter M. Muhlhofer

Fire Department. He served three tist Church Masons Knights of unopposed for reelection.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.. agent of this county. and potato chips. caught another fox last Thursday.This '- = =-:.:-

T1i yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyLAKE ber Co., Keystone Heights. Future ..... Mrs. Ida Gentry and Mrs. La- The only light in the Hall was is the third fox he has
from the candles on the table and caught in a month, all
meetings will be held each Wed- moeaux served as hostesses for -
FLORAHOMEAND the meeting. the candles in the lanterns, which morning The trap incident-I ALL TYPES OF INSURANCEWe
GENEVA nesday evening at 7:30.: Anyone
gave; a lovely effect. ally, is set right next to his duck
desiring further information may GRANDIN Keystone School. News Rev. Bill Breyfogle pastor of pen. Why they haven't hoppedover write Fire, Wind Storm, all lines of Casualty Insurance -

by Blanche Cunningham contact James Hayes, Lake The last football game of the the church and Mrs. Robert the fence is only a guess. If and Bonds.
Geneva. By DaneAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I season was played on Friday night Ward, of Starke have
assisted YOU been
1A&AA &&&&& .&AAAAAAA& Mrs. losing chickens, no
when the Keystone Dragons tied Jackson in chaperoning the young wonder! SPESIAL RATES TO DRIVERS ABLE TO QUALIFY

ALCHOLICS ANONYMOUSMEET COMMUNITY CHURCH OF I with Melrose 6-6 on the Melrose people, and helped to make it a Scout Troop CampsAt AS NON-DRINKERS

AT KEYSTONE: \ KEYST01HEIGHTS Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Strick- field happy and memorable evening for Silver Springs
The Mutual Group of Alcoholics Dr. James D. Pait Organist, land and their two daughters, I! Report cards are due to be giv- Lane. Melrose Boy Scouts of Troop WALRATH INSURANCE AGENCY"AS
Anonymous held their first meeting Choir Director. Ilene and Linda Sue, drove to e n out immediately after the Joint Hostesses 109 went camping at Silver

:Nov.. 19 in the building for- Services: Church School 9:45: Jacksonville last Sunday on a I Thanksgiving Holidays. At Card Party Springs for Ross Allen Day November AVAILABLE AS YOUR PHONE"[
merly occupid by Pangborn Lum- am. Morning Worship 11 a.m. pleasure ,trip. Sister Of Local Woman Pases Mrs. Charles Wallenius and 15-16.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar G. Halverson Friends of Mrs. Mary Smulski, Mrs. Jack Haberstroh were joint Scouts attending the trip were Phone 2731 Keystone Heights Fla.The .

KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's had as guests Sunday. Mrs. mother of Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski hostesses at a card party in the George Wodey George Allen,
Halverson's brother Lloyd D. will be sorry to hear of the deathof new home of the former on Lake George Lisciotti, Danny Moody, '

Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes Osteen and his daughter Phyllisof Mrs. Smulski's sister, Mrs. Geneva, Wednesday afternoon, Danny Huddlestone Walter Wilson -

Hollister. Wanda Bartkowski, of Wilmington Nov. 19.There. Jr., John Allen, and Julian Redfearns SayRegardless
SPORTS WEAR Del. Mrs. Bartkowski, the
Maj. J. Frank Walters of San were six tables of Hollywood Ashley. Accompanying the boys
Keystone Heights Lucile Owner Antonio; Texas visited his sister, mother of twelve children, died on Canasta and one of bridge. were "George Hanks, Jack Janes,
.Foster, !Sunday, while
visiting a daughter
Mrs. Garrett Dinkla and family Two high Canasta prizes were Paschal Carr, and Rev. Bill Brey-
I here in Florahome Saturday. in a convent school at Lodi, won by Mrs. Helen Kennedy and fogle.
N. J. Mrs. Smulski left for Wilmington '
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark Mrs. Florence Hanson who is a Another camping trip is scheduled ;
by plane on Monda house guest of Mrs. Edith Thorn- for
and little'daugliter, Kathy of December 5-6 at Cary
INTERDENOMINATIONAL UNION Bardin visited Mr. Clark's mother, morning."Who'Done It!" quist. Low prizes for Canasta were Hardee Forest near Gainesville.Dr. .

Mrs. Alma Clark, last Friday won by Mrs. Mary Young and I Gordon Addresses & #
.THANKSGIVING SERVICE This is a mystery without
-; evening'; ..- ','- -, ; a Mrs. Maude Watkins. Melrose\ Woman's Club > .
clue.: A note of appreciation is
High. bridge prize was won by Dr. U. S. Gordon, pastor of the i % t4 ?g
Mrs. Pat Weaver went to Jack i
THANKSGIVING DAY (Thursday) 9 A.M. due someone-but who? While Mrs. Fern Swinford, and Mrs. First Presbyterian Church of J
sonville last Monday for a checkup your correspondent was gala- .... 1
Mildred Sutton won low. Gainesville, was guest speaker at
Under Auspicies of at the doctors. vanting afternoonof
on Thursday
Mrs Viola Gibson was the doorprize the Woman's Club of Melrose, Huntley Junior
Mrs. P. D. Watkins Jr. spent last week, someone left a package Mike
winner. Nov. 19,The for the
& VICINITYAt the weekend of her coffee table, done
as a guest her on up
The hostesses were by meeting was the "River Jordan.
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. andMrs. beautifully in appropriate paper.and 'their neighbor, Mrs. Rosemary Dr. Gordon
gave an interesting
St. Anne's
Episcopal Church Keystone Heights B. J, Alderman of Grandin,: pretty ribbon, but without'card. a Dourer. $
talk. He was introduced by the
returning to Winter Park on Sunday or any means of identifies
CHURCH president Mrs. A. J. Witherspoon.
The Public Is Cordially Invited tion of the donor. Will the "gulle First Baptist Church: Some 52 members and guests $100 TRADEiN
''Joe Link friend ty"party please "fess up?". ,
and a from th The Adult Training Union enjoyed the program. The hostesses '
University of Florida visited Joe's 60th Wedding AnniversaryMr. Group of the First Baptist Church served a delicious luncheon.
and Mrs. William H. Smith,
grandmother, Mrs. Sophia Sch- enjoyed a Social and Covered- School News
neble at Grandin last Saturdayafternoon. parents of Mrs. S: E. McKay,, 1
Dish Supper in the Educational Now that the football season is
Cold Weather Ahead! quietly observed their sixtiethwedding Building on Thursday evening over, plans for the basketball sea- ( of Condition)

s Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ridgewayof anniversary at the Mc Newly:elected officers of this son are underway, with eyes on
BE PREPARED CALLCANDY'S Lake City are making their Kay home Sunday, Nov. 23. Theirclose group are as follows: Pres., Gus the conference trophy. Coachingthe On This Greatest Automatic

home in Grandin now. friends came to call on that Alderman; Secretary, Fred Ellis; girls will be Mrs. Gerry Jack-

Mrs. Grace Carriri of EdgewaterMd. day to congratulate them. Group Leader, Mrs. I. B. Tyre and son. Lou Johnson will coach the I i WASHER VALUE IN FLORIDA
Alcoholics Anonymous
FUEL ., stopped at Grandin on her: Ralph Copeland. varsity boys' squad with Dave
way to Daytona Beach last Saturday The new Keystone Mutual The First Baptist Church Adult Barber coaching the Junior High
Group of Alcoholics Anonymousare
evening.Mr. meetins each Wednesday [Continued on next Page] [Continued on next Page]
OIL SERVICE r and Mrs. Jim Goodson of: evening at 7:30 in the old Key-

Hillcrest visited Mr. Goodson's stone Heights Railroad Depot and
niece and -- FRONT SPECIALS --
PHONE 9271 nephew-in-law. Mr. and anyone with a problem is welcometo
Mrs. H. B. Sikes Sr., in Grandin attend. For further,information -
last White Sand Lake A Good Investment
Sunday afternoon, they may contact Jim Hayesat / -

Keystone Heights, Fla. B. J. Alderman and Ercell'Sapp the Lake Genva Sheet Metal LOTS AT $1250 .
attended services at Eliam Baptist Works. I

Church in Melrose last Sunday. Barber Shop In New Location These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and

Rev. and Mrs. R J1. Adams attended Last Thursday the Keystone J
the'revival services in the Barber Shop opened in the new next, year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958"

Baptist Church at Francis last building next door to S. E. Mc- N Only
We Are Proud To Announce Kay's real estate office. There are .
week.W. S. E. MCKAY '
\ E. Dillenger of Grandin is a two barbers now and after the -

patient in the Doctors Hospitalin first of the year, there will be
That Vfe Are Now Locatedin Starke. three, after Mr. "Coon" Wilson is Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-4209 f ;

able to come back to work. \ .225
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Brooker:
Rotarians Hear Speaker
of Gainesville were dinner guestsof I. '," !
of the Uni- .
Emily .
our Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Hut- I "
versity of Florida spoke at the
son Grandin.last Saturday evening' 11i Rotary luncheon Friday at e,. \ : ; ;i P cr Weck

noon. Her subject was "Inter- Its always :'
NEW BUILDING Ercell Sapp and son Frankie of national Relations. There was '
Grandin visited I .. After SmallDonn
a Mr. Sapp's par- also 'a discussion concerning a .1\\ _

ents in Trenton last Saturda Ladies' Night to be held early in time I ,
evening the right
Mrs, J. J. Little returned hometo Woman's Club Board Meets ., : Payment

Grandin last Friday from the< Last Friday afternoon, the Key- I.

In Doctor's Hospital in Starke. stone Height's Woman's Club i -f orTradein
Mrs. Callie Rye Mrs. Ercell Executive Board met in the Libr \

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Sapp and children. Judy and ary to hear a special report from _: .
Frankie Miss Priscilla Griffin Mrs. Charles Wallenius concern-
Before buy Washer at Price compare
you any any
and Mrs. Harry T. Pierce an ing estimates on the Improved -
children of Grandin attended the ments on the 'club house. Since cTO' c feature for feature. You'll agree that Hotpoint beats

Junior football game in Melrose] the Woman's Club is one of the 'em all

last Friday evening. few buildings in town open, for v ex llTt47 -7
We Appreciate Your Patronage and Good Will Robert Seigler arrived'home in! public functions, it is most important xJb

Grandin on Friday from the Putnam I that it be kept in ,good .ors' y
In the" Past' and Hope to Have the Pleasure ofContinuing Memorial. Hospital in Pa- condition. Whether or not this is

to Serve You in Our Larger latka where he had been a patientfor i to be done was to have been decided -
by the membership vote on
V* over a week.
Equipped Shop. Rev. Ronnie Reid of Palatka Tuesday.
Miss Tills And Mrs. Hall
supplied at the morning servicein Entertain Friends t wouldn't spend a few minutes of their time to geta
r Is H Baptist Church in The Keystone Heights Womans long-wanted ?? A few minutes is all it takes
.4 Grandin last Sunday in the ,ab- car to \We Meet All Advertised PricesREDFEARN'S :
sence of the pastor Rev, Robert Club 'was the scene of a lovely show you how easy it is to finance your auto purchase
Knight. bridge and Bolivia party on Wed- through our facilities. Monthly terms tailored to fit
nesday evening. Nov. 19, when
Mrs. Carl Cox of Grandin is your budget.
SHOP Miss Gladys Tillis and Mrs. HaD
patient in the Doctor's Hospitalin
entertained about 50 of their
Starke this week. friend. The hall was beautifully THE KEYSTONE STATE BANKA
Leamaa :Ward Frank'Jones Mrs. Alma Griffin and daUghter decorated in the Thanksgivingmotif

Priscilla of Grandin and Miss and the party began with Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community
Coon Wilson Dorothy Price of Florahome attended dessert. Where Is Assured '.
church services at the Mrs. Ray Starnes won the first Keystone,Heights, Fla Service .

Baptist Church in Interlachen' last bridge,prize while ,Mrs. Herbert ,.. Member F.!).I.c. Phone 9391 Keystone Heights, FIa.
Sunday afternoon. Nelson wen second Mrs. Elbert:

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Nov. Hansen
modeling a bridal outfit. in Lake City Sunday. Sunday afternoon.
President, presided over the meet- .. seen at the office of '(he iRadford
I Gary Chance, of.
MELROSE son Mr..andMrs. The*Hoy Haguesspent Saturdayand '4 Mrs. Jackie Clark and Mrs. NOTICE County Hospital. Plans'and'Offrro.
Ing. Ray Chance, has been named with Sealed bids will be received by the posal forms will be
I Sunday Mr.-and Mrs: Lloyd Barry visited Mr. and Mrs. Eoard of Trustees, Bradford faraiahed tfo
#AAAAiAAAA.&A&&AA A& Six-weeks tests started last I II I HIGHLIGHTS ''I to the Merit list at"Emory at Ox- Arch Hague and son. Jimmy Crosby in Starke Monday Hospital Corporation at the County Office qualified to this contractors ttffic*'fftr upon:the,Bum-of application -

[Continued from Page One week, so youU' soon ,know" who I r n row 1 forct..xws; .scholastic honor. is Miss-Dian Thomas was the-Sat- ;afternoon. n .' Corporation of the Bradford ,County Hospital U.'O.pea set. Orders for lhe-"tt acuroents -
worked hard and who goofed off I A&&.I> A&&A&A," A", A&.AA&& '. r & granteiii! students for* outstand- today rbvernightfguest' of Miss !f'Mrs f. Junior Stokes attended the yltal,-Stsrke, Florida from CountyHos'qualified- Administrator-should be Bradford,:directed+ ,to the

boys. The Junior High girls' team the; last six weeks. Continued from Page One] ng, academic work 'and excellent Charlotte Ann Cannon at the funeral: services of"her uncle inlachua contractors Standard until, 7:39 P.M. Eastern Hospital with' check made payable County
has already been chosen. The girls Melrose Ties Keystone 'I deportment at the mid-term grading State Farm A Monday afternoon. December Time 195S for on the construction 2nd day .of f to the Bradford County Hospital

making the team are: Guards; The Melrose Junior High Joot-, Choir held a business meeting and period.... _. twi .. Mr and. Mrs.Johnny.Agair.and .Jimmy.Hazen and Charles'Kelley the following project Corporation.made for Any of No the refund above'will cbar be ea
Bteey Meadows, Carol Rothhammer 'Social i Hour in the Educational of 'Jacksonville Bradford County Hospital Parking for plans and
bel team tied with the Keystone FIRST. daughter spent returned to the services of proposal forms A
Patsy Regan Elsie France, heights Juniors in a football Building on Wednesday eveningof B4PTIST.CIILTRCH.KEYSTOHEIGHTS Friday with Mr and Mrs Howard. :Uncle Areas, StarLr, Bradford. County proposal guaranty consisting of
., last'week .- FLA Sam this >p&stweekend. All work is to be done 1a-acserd- either a certified ch ek, ,aathWr'a-
Madeline Tyre Land Ruth Cook. A. LoudoH. chairman Norman and family arid Mrs. J. riazen .ance with plans specifications and check, or a
game,here, Friday night. The game ..J. R. Smith- to Germany and Kelley to surety bid bond in
Forwards: Delia Smith Margaret of the :Music Committee pastor Ralph S. Norman- I special!provisions of the State Road amount of 5% of the amount 'bM.
followed a barbecue sponsored by spoke briefly to Ccpeland.j;,Minister ,of Music antichurch Rhode Island. Department said plans and speci I made payable to the Bradford
the Mrs.
Blade, Virginia Fo Marian Bass, the Lions Club.'Keystone 'organist. Mr. and Mrs. Levy Griffis, Cur- | Mr. and Mr*. Sam (smith 'andflmilY fications to include a single surface County Hospital i Corporation1 must
Marian i Fredricksson, and Barbara James Puckett, chairman .of Social tis and David Johns were in Mac- of treatment over all existing parking accompany each bid.
scored in the third activities and Gene Williams, Services: Sunday School. 9:45: Brooker and Mr. and areas Work shall be started with- The Board of Trustees Bradford
Whit head. These girls are in the a1 m. Morning clenny 'Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Wallace Hinson and in 30 days of awarding of contract County Hospital
baby Corporation
11 re
seventh and eighth grades. All of quarter. With time running out in Choir president' served coffee and Union a. m. Mrs. Edna Mae Griffis: Jacksonville : ant completed tn not 'tntrr ''than 69 fcerves the right to reject! any and
Training 6:45: ; Even oj' were Sunday from
p..m. days the
cookies. starting date. all '
will be during the final quarter Joe Johnson +
their games played I The New River Association held luncheon bids.Bradford
ing services 7:30 p. m. .. guests of Mr. and Mrs. All ''Mds shall be made on a lump County Hospital
school hours. to Donald who William's News: a Training Clinic at the 'First '
: passed Williams I M. M.-Bass: in Newberry. eum basls'r.aUte-r'' than individual Corporation.

The Principal's Council has Just went on to score. The game ended From now until .Chris,inns,; ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL Baptist Church I Tuesday evening 'We are happy to know that lit- item flan basis.* --specifications may' be W. E. Blgham Jr., Chairman.

completed another> project, Bundle with a final score of 6-6. there wiU Jjel"TOt.choir. practicesa CHURCH, KEYSTONE- with Rev. Lacy Conway pre- tle Pam Nettles was'not'seriously ,. l,1. 3 'at.h'l.

Day This was the collecting week Wednesday ,eveningat M. HBreyfoglc, Minister sfding. Rev. 'S. E. Sparks and injuredwhen''she' took ''a tumble r ..:t:;

of old clothes to be given to needy 7:30 and Sunday at,4 .p. m, AU Morning Prayer and Sermon, Bobby Crosby and Rev.-J.'E. ,Nor from her':"pcgo
children. TRINITY EPISCOPAL members, are urgently requestedto 93.0 a;'m.< Sunday School 10 a'. m. :man gave interesting reports o farmers market late Saturday

Melrose High School exhibiteda CHURCH, MELROSE attend these rehearsals.The Holy Communion''each first Sun- I the-work 'being- -done" -in the Association afternoon.' PAYME

booth at the Putnam County i M. II. Breyfogle, Minister Regular Instructions for day. +iParish Supper each third : ,Mrs. Mary 'Green, 'Mrs. E. W.?

Fair, showing the..different.fieldsof Sunday School, 8:45: a. m. both the high school group and Wednesday, 6:30: p. m. I ,Mr and Mrs. Billy Torode e and 1 i Hodges' Sr, "Miss :Bobby Hodges

work done at our school and I the Adults will be held on Monda; f > .. son of Gainesville were wee knd 1 and Lucretta 'Combee wtsitedand 1 V >* > T ** **
Morning Prayer and Sermon.
the clubs that students partici- evening Dec. I, at 7 o'clock and 8 n T guests of her parents, Mr. I t friends and relatives, in Palatka Needed -to Build this House on Your. Lot
11:15. '
: Episcopal Young People
pated in. A purple. Grand Ribbon o'clock respectively. Mrs. Fred Mcore. Sunday: swo

was won on the booth. 7:30: p. m. Holy, Communion each Personals YYYTTILAIHEY\ (Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulersoand n JMrs. R._F.'Gano visited the Ovid

An FHA meeting was held Wed- first Sunday.PAUL'S Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holmes and I daughters visited the John
family Crews family in Glen St. .Ma 3 J. W. Brown in Hawthorne
are expecting Mr.: Sirs.
Ay Joyce T. hutch ryover
Mr. HOlmes'l the weekend
parents and Mrs. ;
SUNDRiES Holmes from Scranton Pa., to arrive luaLAa uiu W W 'Shirley' 'Johnson I the JimmyJohnson fWe were not surprised when

family 'and Ronnie Ste cne of the hunters of the R. J.
for a visit this weekend. With Mr. and Mrs. Dan W.
ph ns'wcr 'among those'
t the senior Holmes1 will be Paul's with their guests, Y2. 'and' Mrs spending Davis family reported he got a .. hi
the weekend ,
Melrose tfhere Friends Meet! aunt, and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. ,H.' T. Markham the scrub. deer in the scrub over the week-
: and family of t '
Whir: and Mrs. Bryant Reddishhad ,
Ray Keyser, also from Scranton.Mr. Gainesville! and Mr. and Mrs. It was none other than W.
MAGAZINES as guests during the weekend d 1. Ai: Davis of Waldo.
: and
Mrs. W. C. Doyle
McCrary Starling and' of
family Mi Mr. and Mrs.:' J.u 0.'Pons'and' fam-;;'
never this
are away visiting friends and relatives ami enjoyed week's was as was
a hunting' in
Tallahassee 'MrS
ily'of : b
: Vast his[ firit'after ten of beats
in Michigan and Wisconsin.: the Scrub. Mrs: '
Doyle, Stalling Andreu ::of Dade City, Miss stiWellmali' ing the'brush'

Canaries,' Love Birds; and Over 80' Other j Dec.They 5.are expected home about ,Markham was bitten by a rattle snake.. Mrs. and Ray Reddish of, fill I ;. aIui'Mrs.. 'Alvin 'Davis and j
t ; a registered nurse, applied Jacksonville. '

Kinds of Birds* at Mr. and.Mrs.. Bert Chtistoffers, first aid_ and 'Mrs. Starlingwas Landon .Griffis ''of Jacksonvillespent baby of dinner Gainesville'guests were of Mr Sundaynight and 3ff<,ts %:ar. a ..T .. i .r.

r+, t Sr. will entertain their .children rushed to Alachua General !!! the weekend with his : "The ff
par Mrs. N. J.Davis and ,Mrs. W: H. Capri
GRAf R YHHAMM R'S Melrose l and their respective families on Hospital. We are glad ''to report enm;'Mr.)and Mrs. Levin Griffis: Eddie i 6f 'Waldo':was their Satur- t, '

Thanksgiving, including Mr. and that a near tragedy was averted .
Perry Davis was called .BilliardSunday day luneheon : est.tWe' .
Fla. Mrs. Bert Chnstoffers Jr.Dr. and and all the relatives and friends '
night due to the illness of
"happy CASH PRICE $1,495'Tf
; Mrs., Don Christoffers and three are grateful that Alene Starling] his sister; Mrs., Mattie OTieU. are to report that t

j) daughters Mr. and Mrs, Charles Markham chose nursing as her 'Allen -'Hart and daughters and Dennis-Hodge'is 'hom 'tO 'all his
FiWFLOft 3 friends after several days in the
!3 Newmann. .., and' three daughters.,- ;, ,profession.'The WSCS Methodist Mrs :Nancy Keene attended n' Doctor's.Hospital in Starke: is modem 2-bedroom home is designed for Southern Liv.
,Drfj ,and Mrs C. ;OFiertz, of of the ; ion meeting at Wayfare Church
Three Jalousie Windows and
3 ing. Jalousie Door are
Church home" Wilsori'Green has return among'the
OEf Manhosset, ,Long Island N.. Y., met at of Mrs. R. in Gilchirst County this weekend.
New Service rea' By I IODOM'S 3 are arriving, today ,to visit, their E, Lee Tuesday. After ,a' 'shortbusineSs Mr.. and Mrs. A.' O. 'Kirklandand home after'a'three weeks business standard features offered in this well-constructed home. '
session"and an 'interesting'programMrs. trip to Toledo, Ohio. Completely finished outside doors, windows'aereens'ate. _
I 3 son daughter-in-law, Mr. and family. had as- guests during
,HARDWARE' & SUPPLY 3 M's. Bob Fiertz, for Thanksgiving. Lee assisted b iy"the| weekend,'Mr.-and Mrs., W. A. 'Mr. and Mrs.. 'Wilbur Thomas and 2 coats of paint. Partitions, studding and floors only

MELROSE, FLA. [3 They will be Keystone until her daughter; Karen, served Kirkland and'son of Ocala, Mrs. and Mr. and Airs ,R; G. ,Thomas on inside., .

[a Sunday, Nov. 30, strawberry short cake and coffeeto ; Will Lemacks and son and Mrs. visited Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Town- ,.

,GR15-5421 PHONES GR 5-5313 a ;.Mrs.; James Hammock, who underwent the'folo\\ Dg ladies: MesdamesAj : Buddy'Wilmers:and daughterofOnnond son 'in Dade City' Sunday and

3 H. Harley, Effie Miner, P. 'L.: Beach, 'Kir and Mrs.Clyde Mrs: Groover Thomas returnedjj

Please Call Us Day or Night For Prompt, Courteous a Memorial surgery Hospital at in the Ocala Monroe.last DJnkins, Hermie ,Kelly;;; Henry Lemacks and'family'of; HoilylHillvMr home with them after visiting the ,FOR ,; .

Service a Tuesday morning is Wainwright, G. W..Roberts J.'C. ; and Mrs. JamesStarta [ I Townsons for'the past two weeks
.. ,- [[3 doing ,nicely.1 Mrs Hammock, as a Tye.. Ed Durban and Miss ling-and 'Franklin Starling of Kay Emerson of Bland was the I{ LOCAL APPOINTMENTS

I 52 resident of Miami, is ,the ,former Blanchard. Jacksonville-; ''Mrs Laura Broskie weekend guest of Linda Sue :

Joyce Haskins of Keystone, and Wesley Thomas of Renders!on- Gainesville,1,,Mr.-and Mrs. Wesley Thomas, AT

KEYSTONE: GAS COMPANY E\, sister of Mrs. Robert Jackson ville, N. 'C. enroute to Tamp> Davis' and -family of Cocoa.' M and'Mrs.. Woodrow Thomas

cf Keystone.we to visit Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Boyer,, Billy ,Powers-, who'is'empIO'ed and children and Kay Emerson

was the ,Tuesday overnight guest Jacksonville,- spent the weekendwith were the Sunday luncheon guests I ANY TIME
DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE were delighted to call on
of.his in-laws Mr. 'and'Mrs.
; Fred his mother Mrs. of, Mt
Miss C:eva Carson the other day Dollie and Mrs. E. C. Lewis In

Day, Phone Nit p ghat+e and find her so Improved and up Moore.Mr. and Mrs Charley Waters Powers. Starke.Mr. CALL COLLECT .
[ 1'ho ne The Cedric Rosier-family- and I'
SRFGIS and around in her little home. and Mrs. 'Benny' Thomas '
Alachua visited
4351 2582'COOKING : Mrs. Joyce Brttt Rosier
-" visited Mr.'and 'Mrs.
She is Jr. of Gainesville visited his'par
recovering very nicely from Fetch Saturday. I FR 2-2587 Gainesville

her recent operation at Bradford Mr. and Mrs. R.:, E; Lee 'and latka Rudolph Rosier and family of Paorris, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas i
HEA-rBlC J'-? WA tW U A\1k'i\ : County Hospital. their two children Sunday. I Sr.r'recently.- I
attended the
Mr, and Mrs. Sherman Bell;of Garden '
J v--* U::a i e t .,utl'1; i; \"., -I Thanksgiving Day guests at the North East Florida Fair in Jack- Jacksonville, and Mr.- and Mrs.GfeiuTCrews' Club' News
Most Complete Line ,of House Heating. Equipment in North' home of the John Reid's will be sonville Wednesday. and )The rocker Garden Club met
family of, Hawthorne

tIll ""rill t'b tt +r.t 1 s 1 I ; their daughter and her husband, Mrs C. B. Bennett and -family were weekend Thursday night at,the,CommunityCenter'Plans JIM WALTER' CO'RP.
Florida If You Plan to Add Heat. w This Winter See Us First4'x8'x34" Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Joe Sullivanof spent Wednesday night and arid ,Mrs.; Commodore'gusts Crews of and M r; ; were made for theprogressive I

.U Jacksonville, and Mrs. Robert Thursday with' Mr. and Mrs. Miss: ,Vera 'Crews. ".., supper'to be held at
Hatch and two children; Louise Mitchell Brown the club's December"' meeting I II I "World's Largest & Best Builders Shell Homes"
', Nelson Blocker,and'sons of Lake '
"' "" Ann -and Tom. and Mrs. Hatch's Coleman Phillips of Miami was City ,were M'. and Mr. Bishop Thomas'arid VISIT US OR CALL COLLECT .

Sheetfock mother Gainesville.! Mrs. Mae Larson, all of, Mr.. and Mrs. O. J/Phillips. ofiMrs .A.Friday H. Harley overnight: Mrs.-Harley guests 'fam ly visited his aunt, Mrs. Gainesville, Rt. 2, Box 213-A, Hawthorne and Kin-

1.55 'Sh eet the weekend guest of his parents, returned Ge'orgfa McCatf fry JacksonvilleSundaY'and !
home caid Roads.
Mrs. Edith with them for a Phong FR 2-2587.
and her Joey Bennett honored attended Church
was witha -
uppJjE Lumber Hardware Paint sister visit.1 Palatka P. 0. Box 782, Located at the "Y"
Miss ,
Ruth Ohlson have ;[party on his fourth"birthday, 'at :Bora Baptist Church in -
'| j[ Cement},- Concrete Blocks I both been on the sick list, but at I Saturday, by his lI1oth iMrs.. I, Mr.'and'Mrs. I. J: Manning and( the morning. In the afternoon i I I Phone EAST 5-5971

v Precast U Lintels this writing, were feeling better. Buster Bennettand grandmother; family of'GlenSt. Mary-g spent thertisiKtf: fife'Zo ',- .- _
Rev. Father Daniel Sunday with Mrs. Effie Boatright
!** All Lengths McCullough, Mrs. Hattie Darley. Mesdames and
pastor of St. Victor's Church in Gary Buckley, Earl Teston, tt' '
Lighting Fixtures Bairdford, 'Pa.:, was in the vicin- Mitchell Brown Ralph Wise, Milo :and Mrs H. C.'Harley' MisS
ROY W. TYRE ity'several Mary, and Randy Harley 'Visited
days last week visiting Smith Donald Bennett, ''Nellie I'm
BROOKLYN' 'SUPPlY.HOUSt. his cousin. Miss Anna G. McCul- Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Tom' Mw. A. Starling; and'Mr"andMrs.Ralph' .

lough at White Feather Court, Whaley and ,Miss Sin Prescott Higginbotham 'of

and his other relatives the George assisted Mrs. Bennett in caring Baldwin Sunday.
Phone 2741. Keystone Schaeffers.'Father McCulloughwas'on for the guests CYF of the i Christian Church
Heights Fla. which
Renee -, ting '
in ;
a vacation tour of Florida. and Mickey Moore, Martha .Starke met wttlf Mt. and''iHarley : i Pett1 vrt j
.D ',
On Friday on Sunday )
morning he had a and Gaye Buckles, Diane, Jerry
visitors' tour of the Those 'attending were! Rev:. J. rE.: .
DuPont Co. and Wayne Teston. Billy., ,andy .
WELD DMG Trail Rkge mine 'wiSe Sherwood.. ''Mr. and 'Mrs.; Fred ; -
; Piunps Service conducted b Donnie ,Marie, Mary and Grose : ..
Misses with
Mr Schaeffer. ; Goodman
On unday morn, Margaret, .Smith, Wayne and 'w:
ing, he said Mass at St. William'in s Keith Bennett, Blarikenship, Gwendolyn ltd '
TERMS AVAILABLE Keystone. the State- Angela Griffis of Wynn Carol i Ward, Elaine1'Har LECTR C t
Farm Lynn Bock and led .. : \
Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Ward of Lynett Whaley of Jacksonville. ; Phyllis. Prevatt; :Franklin>

Prompt Service Free Estimates Jacksonville were guests of Mr. Mr., and Mrs. Cecil Dobbs and Tomlinson and-Tommy, Harley;, :
arid Mrs. Frank Miss "Pat Gray of Crawfordville WATER f
Jones on Sunday family of Jacksonvile and Enoch visited : H li f
afternoon and evening. Dyal of Lake Bulter were guestsof Miss Linda Gayle Gasklns

RALPH E. MATHEWSP. W. P. ["Coon"] Wilson has been Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkinson arid: the'J.-' E. Norman 'family, this

home from Bradford County Hospital during the weekend. weekend HEATING

0. Box 528 Melrose,'Fla.r for about a week, after undergoing Rev. 'and Mrs. Earl Moses had @MrS,1C.+E. Olson-and Mrs. Lizzi@ F
-Dupree\ of
minor Jacksonville
surgery.J. .. weekend guests, Mrs. Moses'
PHONE GR 55101That's H. Granger. of Waldo will eat parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stafford SundaY'with'the. L. R. Green family CLEANEST t c1

turkey with his son-in-law and Sheffeid, her sisters, Misses Har- t t r -
fe m + daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. andMrs.; Oren T. Dirkman J
Bill riett and Linda and brother, SAFEST, -, )
I Scales, and his granddaughter, Herbert otXingsland : arid family Df Starke, visited the ,
/Ga. i t x. _
Our Niel Joyners '' .
Cindy .
Business on Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lane and Sunday f COOLEST. ,
Mr.'and Mrs. William Reynoldswill llr. and Mr'B. Rowen'Prevatt' '
family of Deland
If It's Glass were here Sun
We Have It! and
have family had as SIMPLEST?
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph day to see Mrs. Selma Eunice and Sunday guests'Mr. ; ,
CALL WRITE or VISIT Thomas-' and eli ldrertof Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton. and ldrs..'Ernest' Southerland 2. -

ville fqr Thanksgiving/:, Mrs, "Mrs. Rob Futch had. as guests'lask t' of lake Batter and Mr.-and Mrs. CHEAPERTOO,;
Joe Peters Glass Thomas it a, daughter of the Riifus-'Prevatt and daughter 1 of Its ellrAeaneIfoikag
r Co. Reynolds. weekend,, her sontin-law 'and duo.pfI-1IJ go a
Ja ksonville.. i iMrs.
} They will,
&sq )Jiave-other daughter, Mrt and Mrs.':.G. B. Colton -' you ditchalaw dry
members of their 'for Hubert Priest was in'Wellborn .w; Ja'ltJ
family dinner I
FOR ANY GLASS NEED family; of Lennox,.:Ga. ;
Mr and Mrs 'On Thursday- get her son. I!
I We Design Modern Store Fronts < Troy-Bennett andgrandsons
Mrs. P.'B. 'HaD left': this week ,Wayne'and.. Latnar. who had been visiting
Just Mail Us A Pattern for Keith
relatives there
forj Hendersonville; N. C.:. 'Where were in JacbonYUle- on -'Sundato '
Table Tops she 'will spend'Thanksgiving with visit Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wilkinson y' bir;\ehd Mrs.-Bill Dixon 'and
1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 I her sister,,Mrs.,.A. G. Randolph. and sons. f Ji1llT.of Palatka ''Yisited' the: C. JwJ .:

i ,I After a visit with Mrs. Randolph, Birth Announcement and T. W. Tatum families on _
Mrs:: Hall { \ Sunday. .,: WHIE I jvC
plans to go to Baltimore Mr. and"Mrs.. J. E. Bunnen an ... -. ,
: for Christmas with Mrs.<-Rattle Darley., Miss Sinah '
her daughter,
nounce the-btrth'of 1
NOW OPEN IN STARKETRY Mrs Martha Larkin. Cynthia, Lee, >NoyJ2th: a daughter at Brad,. Prescott Mrs. Alaryeille .Bennett t\,BEATS. I -.4
I Bruce'Pr vatt 1dr5.-Daisy Batten and Miss Ell l
a student atEmory ford, County Hospital Mrs.. Bun
ANY PAINT I MAKE AND I'LL ,GIVE at Oxford will be homer nell is the former Miss Jeanette. zatietix' Terry: attended the 'Don V' '1 HE .

YOU A GALLON OR QUART WITH EACH > Thanksgiving- with his par Green. .. ,t Brandeis Revival at First,Baptist .. .

ONE YOU BUY e tS. Mr., and ,Mrs. Myron Pt eMr.. and Mrs. Ellery Redding Church Orange Park during the M ,
v itt Thp Prevatts spent a recent Louin week.'
Reding and
daughters, Mr. rJ .
eekend'in '
v Cocoa, visiting theirfiends Bruner and Miss Vivian Redding, 1 I : '

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. attended. services at Mt. Zion YY.YY. TYYT Y '..YYYTtB J ..
i.1l Mr. and Mrs. William" Wolfe andchildren ( Sunday.Baptist Church near. Macclenny R' 0,0 K'Elt,: r.{ O.: 4

are in Tampa forijhanksglvins Mrs. Charles Shuford Is, visit r '
with Mr. Wolfe'sother ing herson-in-law' .,
daughter. Barbara "
!) and family.Mr. Dr.and'Mrs. ':- -'
14 aP John T. Wright and ,but tattoif lean wtrt b rata hetting.LtoW I '
T sri 'and Mrs. Edward Thielers. family in-Tampa/Mayor 1 -' &&& *. +
ShttTord' venderthrt-fa floril,electric it the
water besting over-
%h oUr taint 'starts'a1 Thiele'S mother.: Mrs. Viola will join- them for the Thanksgiving .. {fRe1and"Mrs' ; il L. Parker
ibson and Mrs. Edith Worden belming jroar plomW or electric appliance _

$2.9rf'A (i $$5.9sf. Gallon- of :Walden. N. Y. spent Saturdayi to visit holidays.Mr. and They bars Carl also Shu-plan:: Hebry visited CcIen Mrs:&Park:',who's is sister.a patient Mrs .dealer J toJa;....tnd-Ltt better,deetricaSj! -. .

e n+ [ i ii St. Pefersbwr: ford at Eai Gallie before returning -. iq ?ithr !Gainesvnie hospital also filllTRtRtTC] nMt

I M &if I sfo Mrs, Ralph Thomas daughteors r home. Soirney 'Dn es. ( tt-forgel It)

4ib : William. Reynolds of Key- Mr. and Mrs Jack Reynoldsand MrS, VemonOvertorff End chfl- yt

355 Te Z1Tt-: Ph.'WO 48565STARKE s one, appeared 'as one of theooels soar and Mrs. Lontie'Mosley dren of Tampa are 'visiting Rev -,
.0 in a recent style show tnt 'core. Sunday \ s ,. ; See yosu ,111"" .' sr J.alal ,
f FLORIDA 'guests of Mr. and and ,,Mrs. L. .L.. Parker for a few ,
__ ,_, : e :Student Center at the Uni- bfrs..Hassle' Reynolds in Baldwin. FLORIDA
, .. ; '--w.. 1 of days : POWER & LIGHT CONPAHY.AGE s1t
'- rslty Florida. Her
-- .. ..-l-- -......-jwo.- .. I appeared In Mrs. Ray Rosier and daughters -Mrs. Nora, Sapp-visited her : ...... WI,.".
Sunday's Gainesrffle-vtsftefl Mr. ana L>Ts. Lloyd Hall, nieceIn "the Gainesville Hospital .




ra t .. .

TiltlR fiAYf- ..'27,"'IMS, __ .-- -BnADFORD.roUNTY'TELEl1llo\PR.> > > STARK15, FLORIDA "', .. trrr. .'t
First Christian Church coming up soon and the Heilbronn erts will present a "Record Hop"on charge. We regret that our pastor I president Sis. E. J. Givens. Support program will !'start en! Tuesday.

Club will be host. We hope to Friday, Dec. 5 at 7 p. m. Admission could not be with us due to the your local district and state Dec. 2 ,hfle Junior Crortli' is ia

Morning, worship, 11 a.m. bring you more':.bout this meet- '25c; to alL The prbceeds death of the wife of our diocese missionary societies. Junior session. All members and. community -

: .Rev. .J...E. Sherwood, pastor ing. too later., win'.be used to complete payments Bishop. Sister J. H. Miller. The Church every Tuesday afternoon. friends are invited to'par-

CHURS.HIEWS Sunday School?' 10 aan. 4 Mrs.;E. L. COt Club President,' on some'items for school beautification funeral' bras held in Pompano at 5 p. nvr Practice for Christmas I ticipate. E. J. Givens reporter.Bangc !: .

Youth Churcn 7'p.ra.. presided during the meeting with and a Christmas ''Party Beach. Sister Miller will be '- '
i Wednesday 'Prayer Meeting,' refreshments served by the host- for the children of Dec. 18., Pa- greatly missed here for she wasa :' :. I

7:30 p.m. ess. trons and friends are invited to wonderful Christian advisor and

Adult Choir practice, 6:45: pjn. Regret to report that Mrs. R. L. attend this post Thanksgivingparty. leader in the home church and .

Wednesday. Morgan was takento the Glen- Watch this paper for detailed community. She will be missed by
Presbyterian Church Methodist Church Ladies Council, 1st and 3rd
dale Hospital Palatka Wednes- announcements on the the entire "First Born Connect-
1 ,'
Tuesday nights.Everybody day of last week. Christmas party. A. Chandler, re- f n." Services will be heSd"atKday! -
Friday Adult Choir practice Sunday Church School for welcome to each May we remem- porter. Sunday starting with ChurchSchool.

1 8 p. m. all'ages,9:45; >Morning Worship, ,sendee. __ ,_ ". !;; others ber to pray in the in .her behalf'who and for ThorSfen, School t 'Don't?,' rg ':the annual
community are '
'Sunday Church School for 11 a. m.: MYF. 6 p. m.; Evening
A in sickness The annual pre-Thanksgiving I Assembly 'will convene in Jacksonville -
; all ages 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship Services, 730 p. nu, There: E is ;i" I .HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH festival and party was held at the 'on Dec. 9. All members' ,
11 a. m. sermon by Rev. nursery" provided for small children -I Premillennial '-'. Fundamental Mrs. Cornelius' Moore, High school on Tuesday which was and friends are"Invlted to attend. rs 6
I and a Junior Chureh for Missionary. Oliver Carmichael of Jacksonville. Sis. W. Strong reporter.
: sponsored by the PTA, Mrs. Louisa I
reports on the recent PTA meet-
I older children. Starke 100. Pack-
on Hwy. Merle
New Mt. Pisgah AME Church \,
Tuesday Deacons meeting at Brown, president. The refresh-
ing. The devotional beautifully
Our services are broadcast each ham, pastor. was
7:30 ments included: barebecue fish, New Mt. Pisgah AME Church,
p. m. Sunday morning from 11:30, till Sunday School 10 a. m., Wor- offered by Rev. Milliard H. : .:.
Rev. S. W.
chicken hot dogs, ice Richardson pastor
cream pea-
Breyfogle of Keystone Heights st.Anne's .
noon over station WRGR. ship, 11 a. m.,Training Union, 7
held the first
GRAHAM rt nuts, candy, cookies and soft quarterly conferencefor
Tuesday 9:30: a. m. Prayer p. m., Evening Worship 8 p. m. Episcopal burch. The l
the with Elder W.
drinks. new
BAPTIST CHUEC1I '' Plenty or-good music anda year
group each Tuesday sponsored by program was a 'pane! discussion v v
Wednesday Prayer meeting :-1
Sunday school, 10 a. in. Morn the Woman's Society of Christian 7:30 by the Student-Council ''Members feature movie, "Dragnet", pre- P. Jenkins in charge. The services
lag-l! Worship, 11 a. m. Training Service. p. m.Everyone and Club presidents in'the sented by Mrs. E..J. Givens man- were very inspiring with the mes- t

Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Wors17ip welcome. form of round ,table discussion ager of Reno Theater. All reported sage on "Bringing Someone to
Wednesday 3:30
: p. m. Story .
7:30 p. m. Rev. Billy Bry- Hour for Primary children; 7:30p. ry.nn..vrnnnn..mIIEILBRONN om the;topic of- school 'activities, 'fc delightful jamboree. Mrs. S. God." All reports were made in E ceJtiot1al 1 ,:

ant: pastor. m. Prayer Meeting and Bible club.and '-study Jays Interesting I C. Price, Principal. ;full and the budget was punched.Off" ..
study in Hall facts and:details about same"were:: Basketball, RJE "Hats to all the members
Fellowship; ; Chancel
and leaders for the Vocal is what counts in t, la a
. starting new range soprano.
it The RJE Tigers and
Choir, practice. rought out in such'a way that Tigeretteswill
;year so wonderfully. Visitors included motor oil the important thing is the
i'441 Come and worship with us. We created a: 'complete picture of open the season on Monday temperature t
BIBLE cordially invite you. By Mrs Harvey McCarthy f school activities etc., of Bradford afternoon. Dec. 1 with Keller High Rev L. A. Sampson, pastorof range' fib tropArtic -

............ .1111....\: High, The 12th 'Igrad-Won 'the School of Macclenny. Coaches Allen Chapel A. M. E. Starke. Motor Oil is exceptional ia this respect _.
At The TabernaclePsalm prize 'again, for the highest at.. Butler and Shell are optimistic and Rev W.. -B. Burrreughs ef Trop-Artie permits easy starting in'a cold engine .
Howdy Neighbors, and a 'ery tendance'of'parentsMay -T: urgeeaFh about the season and have not brought encouraging because it doesn't get too thick. And It provides ; j
107 pleasant Thanksgiving Day to-you [parent df a high school student made any predictions as to the and inspiring remarks. Missionary -
the basis
was of Rev. and services all day dependable protection in a'hot engine because Itdoesn't
Clarence Dibble's you and especially you. to come to oar'meetings,'they butcome so far. Many of the Sunday "
Thanksgiving Speaking of Thanksgiving bur starting with Sunday School get too thin.Winter and summer,year after ;
i y message at the t, ':.Gospel Tabernacle are,for you,:Our principal, faculty Tigerettes of last season will not I '
last Suilday'morning. neighboring church, Evergreen and students-'knotf"''what 'our berin action, the same is true of Supt. inchaigeAll: ,file ibets'are year,the exceptional range of TropArtie Motor Oil \
jTf + l'Tue* "-*-;.-,> ; will hold special Thanksgiving invited to attend and bring a will contribute to finer performance from car.
Now unto him that is able to The evening service was in school is doing and 'it:it: is pro- Tigers due to graduation. You will your
do t exceeding abundantly above charge of B. E. McRae with the Services at their church starting greasing' rdo you? The Answer is' see sOme of the favorites this year friend to observe Thanksgiving GetTrop-ArdcMotor Oil at any'Phillips 66 Station. :
ask think,according tonight [Wednesday] and contin however which will weekend Sunday at our church. i '
til that we or study from Matthew. nounless youJhave'been coming: include: John- A trademark 1
to the power that worketh in us. Tuesday night there uing through Saturday evening to'ithe .PTA meetings... We are all ny Jackson, Holmes, Cohen Scott Robert L. Clark,.reporter. i -, ,
the was a
Unto him bt glory in A Mount
Calvary Church
Mach by Christ Jesus throughout special Thanksgiving program of welcome is extended to everyone pushed for 'time''but'what'ts' our and many of the graduates of C. Baptist' 11 1t 1-
ail ages, world without end. readings and music. Refreshmentsof to come and enjoy .the most'valuable!I'OSSess1bn? The answer C, Anderson Junior High which Mount Calvary Baptist Church, t JEROME'JOHNS 'OIL CO.

Amen. Ephesiaris 3:20,21J doughnuts and coffee were served preaching, singing and fellowship to'this-Question: Is'
in the annex, with these fine Christian people. or-chfldfem,Lets i protect our1.'pre tofollow the team to victory. The held regular service all day Sun- 66 Distributor, t
Heilbronn Church was honored cious possessions ]meeting with coaches, principal and faculty day starting with Sunday School, 'Stacie Flai '

Sunday .School 9:45 AM St. Mark's by the presence of Rev. and Mrs: the PTA tahdi'supporting it to'the !members wish to express deep ap- Deacon H. Dommon in charge. \ ,

EpiscopalBev. Jones and daughters of Georgia, best ofour; 'ability. Be.looking for predation and sincere thanks to The building drive for the churchis : I

Morning Worship11 AM Raymond fac Sunday. Rev. Jones rendered an you next:timerSatt1rd81guests'of the members of The Fiesta Club still on and the following additional .

Training Union 6:15' PM Sunday Services-9:45: am, inspiring message at both the Mr. and Mrs.R. for the donation recently receivedin money was collected: Rev.J. r .. '1I 1-

Church School: 11:00 a.m., MornIng morning and evening services. W. Markham were Mr. and the interest of the court. Lum- P. Franklin $10.00. Rev. : :;
Eve. Worship 7:30 PJW. Prayer and Sermon. Congregational singing with Mrs. Ford of Newberry and Mrs. ber has been purchased for the 'James Dantley of Cordele, Ga. $1. i

Holy Communion First Bun Chorister Russell Redding and Lillie Hodge of Dunnellon.Mr. bleachers, also thanks to Mayor Total during the day $81.50. It's I STORE HOURS t, ,

day, 11:00: a.m.; Third Sunday, Miss Barbara Jean Norman at the and Mrs. Ernie Johns and Jackson and the city for the new time to clap your hands, we have 7:30 To,5:00, J
7:30 piano. k S u -t lights on the-court. We hope these* started" u'building.l Sis. Jerlene +
Madison Street a.m. T t': I1.' Waren'"! were ''Sunday guests \ THIS WEEKS: SATURDAY
Special 'SmgingTby
Wednesday-7:00 p.m., "Chblr f 'our lovely of Mr. and 'Mrs.John's son, 'Mr. improvements 'will 'help US ,play DdmMon, n otter. 7:30 To Noon

Practice; 7:45: p.m., Litany and young ladies Miss Barbara JeanNorman''arid and Mrs. M oryisJoiUis and family, better \basketball.. I r Antioch Baptist, Church

Baptist Church Bible Study. thoroughly .Linda -Gaskins was in Jacksonville.." Laid To,BestWilliam ; i Sritioeh Baptist, Church, Rev.
ttjoyefl all.
by 'they, Keith Reddish and Bud' Harley Tyson, Jr. was funeral- George W. Lee., pastor will be
"The Touch of .
NEW RIVEB I sang. My Master'sHand visited with relatives: ized Sunday at Pleasant Grove .host to the Mt. Sinia Missionary
+ 'Red
(900 Block W. Madison St. BAPTIST CHURCH May we invite you to come dish l in Jacksonville Sunday.Mrj: Methodist church at 12 noon with Baptist Association Ministers and

.1 Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship and be with us Sundays during Rev. George W. Lee, Sr. officia- Deacons Union starting Thursday

,'J. H. Mabry Jr. Pastor Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Sere our services and to be with us Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reddingand ting. He leaves to mourn his lossa night and ending Sunday Nov. 30.
baby of Wildwood have been
bi' x, 7 m. Prayer during other meetings also. Mid-
Meeting eaaWednesday
; p. devoted father William Tyson, All members of the association are
7:30: p.m. i week prayer meeting every Wed- enjoying their vacation visiting Sr.; wife, Ida Mae Tyson: son invited to attend and bring
nesday evening with different with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bobby Tyson; sister, Mildred friends. A very fine program has JI .
church members Choir Russell Redding and Mr. and Mrs.
leading. Hankerson: three brothers, Herbert been planned for you. Deacon,ACv .
FIRST BAPTIST (M- StarkeRev. practice every Friday -evening. D.-Starling of the State'Farm. .and .Deroy"of'Starke, and Jenkins is president. "{Watch 'This Space For SpecialsHUNTERS'
Russell Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie
Redding Lee and
urges ,
Herman of Tampa, and a host of Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church .
all who like to sing to come and children were guests of Mr. and I -
other relatives Church,,
Lewis D. Haines Pastor sorrowing and Allen Chapel A. M. E.
take part. Mrs. Jimmie Gaskins
recently, as friends. Hughes-Chestnut 'was .in :Rev. L. A. Sampson, pastor will
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Very glad\to report that Miss they enjoyed a water cruise in the charge of burial arrangements. hold regular service on Sunday ATTENTION a
: Connie Clemons, daughter of Mr. Gaskin's lovely boat through bea- Church News School at
starting with Sunday
Phones:,Off ice,VOt d6801Pestorium WO 9.2301 and Mrs. Roy [Clemons is able to utiful Silver springs;Viewing' 'the First Born Church 10 a. m. Supt.1 Irene ,Thomas ih,
return to her Sunday School many sights and feeding the wild First sunday .SHOT GUNS
SUNDAY-SERMONS Born Church' Elder Flax charge. This Is'\\Missioriary
11:00 A.lI.7:30 P.M. Class. Miss Clemons is teacher of monkeys made'the day \'ery"plea-'
Howard held very good service all and will be observed RIFLES
Sunday School the Primary Class and due to a sant and complete. day with Brown throUgh-I
9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P3I. Bishop M. P. in out the district '
long illness in. the hospital was Weekend guests last week of .. PISTOLS and .

Midweek .Service.- Wednesday:30 .p JtL unable to be 'with her class. Not Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Markham was. .
only the little folks but all of us Mr. Markham's nephew and his : w '

A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU missed her and are very thankfulshe wife, Mr. and Mrs. 'ShermanBrown MUFFlERS ,

AT is again well. of Savannah, Ga. : With ,Financing Available

THE'FRIENDLY'CHURCHXhe The Heilbronn Home Demon- Don't forget that Elementary: t* i _
stration Club met in the home of PTA will meet Tuesday, Dec. 2, in
Mrs. A. C. Ellis last Thursday. the Elementary Cafeteria at 7:30p. : Guaranteed tor the LIFE of your
perfect tribute to There was no'special demonstration m. Mothers bring the fathers. .
or program. This was a meet-.. because this meeting will be especially I
a cherished memory ing of business to elect officers for them and, called car at No Extra Cost Y
for the coming year. Due to the "Daddy's Night;. A' film will be 'lT (41? v '* .' '* 4 tl 1 1Why 1

Every funeral that fact that some women hadn't shown ulso. Please try and come.
we conduct Waste Money New MufflerWithout
is a source of sustaining been> notifed the names of the officers Mr. and Mrs. George Reddish r. SHEET
+ can't be disclosed at this and son, Larry and their son-in-
and spiritual 1 This
inspiration time but will 'be ready for publication law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Guarantee? rr
to the
'family.Hundreds J at a later date. Also during Robert McClellan enjoyed a fish !

of details economical this meeting a Christmas party ing trip to Cedar Keys'last Satur-. Stop in'Today and Let Us Install One 'of the "Life of i i I.
are managed and was planned for December 12, at : t E
ly attended to that'only'a) trained and careful l 7:30 p. m., location for same -will day.Guess that's all. May the Good' Your Car" Mufflers. 1

organization can perform when the urgent need be anounced later. Lord bless each of you as only He 55 ,

for serving is at hand. I The County:_Council meeting Is can do. .. .bye now. THIS MUFFLER AT THE SAME PRICE OF ANY

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;ANY We furnish life Insurance the highest policy type in'service force, issued at lowest by ANY prices company, and accept, aa .t* By Ozora J. Shell If It Goes Barf I Regardless of Cause SHEET

payment In part or in full on funeral services. Consultation AAAALAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAALAMarriage SERVICES

''carries, no"bliflgAtI6n! J 14/eW Install One .... ".
Announcement Jar meeting, on Friday Nov. 28

Mrs. Marguerite Parks Is pleased : with Mr, and Mrs, William, Holland ABSOLUTELY
I '
", 4 to announce the marriage of as hosts. All members and i REEIIII'I', 'No t MONEY DbwN

her daughter Naomi to Rufus :Al- guests are expected to attend this

vin Riley, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Thanksgiving party. Recently the DODD'S SUNOCO S-ERV ICE(

Rufus Riley Sr. of South Starke. club presented a check for $25 to

t'S. The crows were read at the Brad- the RJE-Athletic-Fund in the irr' 452 N. Temple Aver] Phone WO 4-7911
.. 111 ford County 'Courthouse by the terest of the improvement of the I RepairAdd

0 < Honorable Judge Yawn on Satur- basketball court for, tee sea on! .
r day, Nov. 22, in the of which' -
presence Opens'officially on Nov. 28. : r
a few members of the family. A:, The club Is Interested & 'better Rooms --- Carport .

bridal shower.will be given on I athletic facilities, a gymnasium, TREESPruning "

Friday Nov. 28, at 8 p. m. at the football team and a stadium. Bath Room

Jr. :: : home of the bride's aunt. Mrs. President'DeSue and his,members- I
\; Idella McCastle. The couple can indicated that they are willing to 7
< : be reached for expressions and do all they can to help the}! :fioarfl. (INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX-

.. ?ir gifts at Route 2, Box 23-A: ; 6f 'P bUc 1tetruc'tfon effect these .. .,. .. TURES)
t t 4 Starke. They are at home with the improvements far RJE. This"' cltib' s:: ::: b Time To ReroofTAKE
parents of the groom on. U. S. 301, will sponsor special projects for S Bracing

1lr. South Starke., time to time in the interest of the E.ciii E i

,. Birthday Party" athletic program of RJE. The 4F. I De-Mossing ADVANTAGE' THIS SPECIAL

The Carnation Social Saving general publis isasked, to support .
y Club held the final birthday party us. E. Young, reporter. Cavity Work t f

That XiBvd 'la' 'America. Ifar for this year honoring? the oHov* HanC t n' training Scf d 1' r 1 ;

f national wealth and abundance Ing members: 'Mesdames'Leola THe 'regular 7TA meeting was Tree Removal, FREE ESTIMATES
Morris Grace long, Minnie Belle
held with Mrs. Trudie Durham, +
,i.' for all individual privi- Wheeler, Ethel Young Alma Jenkins president in charge. The featureof Transplanting CALL OR WRITE
Clara Cohen
Bessie Lee :
the meeting .free movies
4eges. Hbertiear imdopporhmi- was
Rosa Williams,. Bertis "JOlifi:! !i,' health : t
on shown by Jack Trawick,
x ties, and I,consider myseli a Flossie Lee Mitchell Marie Thomas Sanitation director ;-of Bradford Complete Tree m.tesAPP t DAY OR, NIGHT .

JfeUo Irene Thom s. The other club County. On Ttitffsflay Dee. 'at .f. : t
.i.Jttcty ( ;!3
members were'the The t WO 4-4201
c hostesses. 9 a. m,. the National'Contain: or V/0 4-4211'
all of in America ought to be party was held'at the home of .
Maybe us Corporation will show an educational ON
President Corean McNeil,.who will
movie to the children with
thankful. '
more also entertain the last regularmeeting. emphasis. .on, This world, without TREE sUi.
i iib.';. ck..a TfcMiUsgivig'D.j) Mrs..Pauline Mrll paper." Parents who are not working S S
was hostess fbr the
meeting on
arev invited to attend this STARKE{
Nov. 17 and all reported.,a'de--* .
i FLO R IB'JrticatSt movter.and: learn about the, Importance I : ,
I II.D", : lightful time with plenty of'good of 1I3 eI'. We have rflflk PETE SAPP, Owner .
One of 28 Banks ta' .rlc. things to eat. Chairman of mem- daily for the children please send P. 0.:Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 ='Palatka, Fla. t .
the Florida National bership is inviting applications in
them prepared to be served. M. : AGENTS ING.'
I Group December. Membership will close SUPPLIES
during Taylor, principal Christine Clark,
January. Join the clubthat Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA 93617a
Member Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation has the look. P. reporter.
Gainesville Fla.
Ocala Fla.
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f'IaV.CI The ftfid 'pre selit l ;:- \ .a;. 4 ,

The Fiesta Club will hold regu- center taught by Mrs.M E. Rob- I I



THURSDAY. NOV. !7, 1958


Mrs. EL 3L BIcRaa4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4* Winners In The Telegraph's A.nnual

Rev. W. E. Han filled his re-
gular appointments at Pine Level
Baptist Church Sunday morningand *
evening with a good attend-
ance at Sunday School and church *
and many visitors.
This community was 'saddened f
by the death of Mrs. Ruby Halti- ,
wanger of Jacksonville, who paSsed -
away last Friday. She was the = Turkology Conte
wife of B. L. Haltiwanger and ,; :
leaves many relatives and friends. .
Those visiting the family from ,
Bradford County were Mr. and .
Mrs. Robert Myrick and children, ;1.. ..
: .
B. M. McRae, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. ;..,..-/r,' '. : .
Norman and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. '.>,f>
McRae.TWTTTTYYYTYYYTTYYYTYYYYT. l' .:.. ." l : .;' ._ :

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We were disappointed in our .... .
Sunday School attendance this 'i' .1"., .,"
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week, with only 81 present. We MRS. J. E.. HARDY : E 1: HENRY LaPORTE Jir 3 l
hope attendance improves soon.
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We are looking forward to ',/" ..'
Thanksgiving and hope everyone .-. .. < ;
Mil take time to count their bless- Starke, Florida Starke, Florida .

ings.Rev. D. E. Willis of Bostwrick\ -.,:.; i 4 K W .
: .
a former pastor, surprised us with ..-...''1- '4 ."", ':. :.' : :, ;. : ..... ..
a visit last week. Hope he can .- .. .
come again soon. *
Among our pther visitors i'ast ., '.. 1 .. .'
week were Buddy and Jane Smith : l' _
Mrs. R. L. Smith, !rs. Emily Si l- .( ,. l
cox, and Mrs. L. J. Kite and sons*- "
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Sympathy goes on L. B. Jordan ', .'
I. :
his accident recently. He fell ,. -- ... I I'..J'. .! .
.a tree and broke his leg. We '
from mends 'nuickly. ''. :',
hope he to', )..?Port that, Rita EllingGlad ,. J. : ..'
better ,and .able to attend
ton Is
school agsfoSandra! "*" of 1 ....' .. .'". .'. ,
part .
iMoore spent .
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Mrs. ', I .., '.. ,
her- :" A. "
week kiting Nice -! "
last L. J. Kite. \. : Thanksgiving Turkeys Have Been Presented To The Above Winners :

'--\, .- '.- With The Compliments Of The Merchants Listed Below And The Bradford ".
YOU'LL LOVE tte DeW Deter .
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