Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 4, 1958
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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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AU participants in the. Christ- until 8 p. m. for the convenienceof

mas parade scheduled for tonight crJ"'ds'who will be in the Condemnation Bradford Clash

tTnursdayJ' are asked to meet at downtown area. ,J

6:30: p. m. on West Call Street in After f '
tonight, the next big .a With Parker
front'of Denmark's. The parade I
event on the Christmas schedulein Suits To Start I
willmove' east along Call Streetto
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the Florida Theatre corner,' is the Shopportunity Seen As Toss Up
Art Holliday,. president of the Bradford Booster, CUib,.,\faxesenthusiastic where it will turn right one blockto Showcase which will beheld Friday

Scoreboard Goal .as he, displays ,a miniature' version' of the-electric Madison, "and thence.east along night. Dec. 12, in. the down- Here Monday The annual Strawberry Bowl

scoreboard his organization'hopes to nave erected at Bradford Madison to, the City light plant. town section. This will be a repeat I

i Park by next football seaso ., Anybody want'to help,the cause I From" there it will turn back to of the gala event ''held last H i charity football game, matching

Seen In Sight.Boosters along! Just see. Art. '' Call ,and ,then .go west: on Call to August when cooperating Starke -- Condemnation suits tor parcels I' the Conference winning Bradford

I the Courthouse. merchants gave a galaxy of beau- of right of way along U. S. 301 ,i' Tornadoes with Terry Parker High

Mobile units in the parade will tiful items to persons in the Norman H. Willis I will come to trial in Circuit Courtrhele t'I! cf Jacksonville is expected to drawa

By Booster ClubBradford ; then -ride- north- on Temple Avenue i,crowd at the; drawing. These capacity crowd to Bradford

;rmY'iI': :.' Board To CaD to the vicinity of the, new items will be on display in a New ExecutiveAt [! 9:0::: starting o'clock. Monday The State morning will l be at: Park Saturday night at 8 p. m.

;, 'i Chamber of Commerce building, downtown 'show 'window next represented by County Elks Lodge officials here are

Club will r -. where they will turn and come week Coupons received by shop- CommunityState Mack Futch and Robert A.Attorney Chas-,hopeful the standout grid attraction

meet Thursday,'Dee 4, at' 8 pi: m. Public HearingOn back to the, business section. pers for pvjchases on Dec. 12 will tain, counsel for the State Road will bring a large sum tor

in"the t. 'Music.Hall of BHS. On the AU spectators and persons in be used in making these awards. BankNorman Department. the organization's Crippled Chil

agenda will be discussions of the I ..,w the parade are asked to remain at No regular Shcpportunity Cash dren's Home at Umatilla.
annual football banquet. athletic Road MatterThe the courthouse grounds after the Awards will: be made until Dec. has been made out)
court on several Advance sale of ticket has been
and scholastic awards and progress parade and join in the Christmas 19 when the regular $50 in prizes H. Willis, formerly of parcels involved with
in good,
the condemnation prices pegged at $1 for
;of the electric scoreboardfund. caroling. will be given, as additional cash Fitzgerald, Ga., has ''been name dbut I suits,
it is expected that more than I adults and 50 cents for student
Board of Santa Claus will ride at the end awards to persons in the crowd. cashier and executive ofticer of "
County Commis- 100 At the
are still scheduled for gate the fee will be $1.50
Project: for, the year of the clubis sicners Monday accepted a, peti- cf the parade this year, and will Most stores have agreed to stay the Community State Bank at jury for adults and 75 cents for stu
Starke.Mr. .
to,obtain an electric Scoreboardfor tion for the closing of an unused be transported in a pony cart. ,open on the Friday nights that trial.A dents.
the' stadium. It y Stores are asked to stay open these events held. : Willis comes here from the meeting was held by i
is hoped that platted street at Silver Lake; but are the
First State Bank of Fitzgerald, County Commissioners on Nov.! Colorful halftime shows; will be
two-thirds of the $1,570 necessarycan .. delayed final action until a pub- 25
New Wrinkle where he has been employed for replenish names in the jury presented by the visiting Terry
be raised before'the end ofthe'year'so lic hearing can be held. I'
box in
for Band
preparation the
1 the 'past seven years. He lias had forthcoming and the Bradford
that the order can be Signers of the trials.
petition were 11 years banking experience In all Three hundred and Band.
placed In January for ,July delivery Richard T, Lovorn Mildred E. fifty? names were drawn -1 I
of and pJace After
: i Shine phases banking.The the game the Elks will be
' Lovonv Rcy ,Tyre John C. Beid- Transported By Speed Boat new cashier is 38 years of in the bov for the remamderof bests at a. banquet in the High

The scoreboard selected accordIng : ler, .and Gertrude, M. Beidler.\ It age married, and has two chil-' this year. A new jury llstwffi School Cafeteria for all members

to Booster President ArthurN. was proposed in the petition :that dren. Mike 12, and Vickie, 9. be drawn in January. {tot j the.two. football squads and
.: Holiday: is made by the Fair- upon closing the, road the Beid- From Secluded Still At Crosby LakeA While in Fitzgerald Mr. Willis It is expected that the trials both band

Play Mfg. Co. of ,Des Moines, lers' would convey to the County served* on the Board of Education: will last about three weeks. Jerome

Iowa. It is the same type board, f. 50-foot strip running: from.Taylor and was active in the Kiwanis the Johns exalted ruler of'J"

bur smaller, used in the Orange ,Street to. the'water's edge for boat-transported moonshine detected by boat so they waited in Club. He was a member of the Starke Elks will present' uo-

Bowl. Gator Bowl!, and Rose.Bowl. purposes of' a'' street. TnlS. snip is operation on Crosby Lake was hiding until Hardenbrook landedon First Baptist Church of Fitzgerald BHS Cagers phies the to both teams as well as to
The board is 18 feet long,'8&feet about 350 feet west of the present raided by' Bradford County officers the| east side with another where he served as treasurer: .backfield player and the
high; and weighs 600 pounds Karl GrenSwedish..Author designated road. The petitions offered and Federal and State beverage load for transfer to the car. of the church, on the Board of Open In Palatka be lineman. Silver footballs will

will" be set 10 feet above' the 'to bear all cast of the'proceedings agents Wednesday of last Deputy Sheriff Dolph t Reddish Deacons. 'and as Superintendent given to all players, and fold
footballs] to
ground.j; :,' : r, week.Confiscated, was property said. that three stills were in op of the Intermediate Departmentof Next Thursday the .

;.jii c'jelepriow dal"! 'controF(can Beldlet'who has improVelandlandscaped including an automobile. 16-foot eration at .the site, two 'of them the Sunday School Sam Zack, is chairman of thisyear's

be ope'rated'by.officials; at th..50- .the'old 'streetin'gliesLion'desires'to'retain ; boat, and.two:outboard J 1otors.Ari had a 'capacity of 1.69S"gaUons* Mr. :Willis is originally from A bowl event. Announcing: the
Due At, ,. slow start for. BHS basket- will be J. D.
: Seymour and
Rotary '
yard'' line or from' the jjreasbor. it' as' part stec l .the act .of unloading each.-and one 898gallonsize.: He Williston. He will move his fame ,ball this season was ;I{
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Registered on'the'' I .his moonshine,from the boat and into said they had apparently' been ]lyhere after the and predicted by Overturf.
, : board, will', be ,of' property and ,tf de t ..the in holidays Coach Jim Hobbs with the open-
sc red: dons'yards: go, 'minutes Ladies' Night county property:<>f.equivalent'+size a,eat; at.the'cemetery'landing on operation- :-for some ,time. they will ,reside in the K. B. Alvarez I- ing gam %:set for Thursday, lie c-. The host Tornadoes wound up

and second.\of:play, anfUatfai-ter; i v" **:?' ,f r''street'.use: :fThre*"of tthe1* four ;Crosby. Lake 'was Tommy Hardiri- The 'confiscated equipment included .house on; Highway 16 ens t'. 11, in Palatka. with a 72 record this season win-

Mr.::1IoU1c1 Y',?aid-much Interest [ Karl. Oscar Gren a';".,!lkealt tt ,trect{i".l,of- land,of the fearlL Df the t brook :Jr.Uter-Hle;, ; 1 j.'s.ed "'under the three stills 2,750 gal' Several ning the .Keystone Conference tort

hasbeen.shown;, i imonj.thetowns(' Swede 'with. ,:a ."yen for' America? present platted'street: are.'ownedse. bond ,on a charge pos- Ions..of mash, 200 pounds ,o f New the football potential cagers are o the second straight'year.. They
squad and pie projectwith, -'several will be:;the..featured speaker wnen ,byMr.and; : Mrs.'Lovorn' .Roy ,of un-taxpaid whiskey wheat bran, one 1950 Chevrolet j Elementary layed reporting for basketball were de lost only to Palatka and Lake

individuals offering help' of' materials Starke Rotarians entertain their ,Tyre1; petition., ;.signers.. \ and a, moonshine still. (tag number 11-12,2221], one 16- School the post-season by City.Parker

;and 'money. Mayor W.. T. Rotary Aims at dinner: :in ,the I & rat'mon1h ago' William The,sun was located in an inaccessible foot Dura-Craft boat one'' Mer Named game here Saturday Strawberry Bowl wound up 7-3 for 'the

Jackson haS' offered conduit wirIng elementary school cafetonum- :Spitze.; who owns 1 property:on .the spot on the west> ''side C 17. utboard,motor,Mark J55, one 'I are expected out next night.Tney week, and year, losing its final game last
and.necessary, steel girders for ,cay'night; at 7:30. :opposite' side ,pf'',Silver'Lake'! ,.met of Crosby which can be reached Mercury 'outboard motor Mark 6, 'Southside'ie it will probably be after the Wednesday to Paxon of Jacksonville -

support\ ) ; ,., H.: DuPre .of Florida 'Joining( ; the Starke couples oh i with the. commission? to find, out only by boat., Bright moonlight two gas burners, one water;pump, Christmas holidays before the by one-point 14-13 margin.

Power? and! Light: will ,give .two this occasion will be,many, members i why the street had not.beettopenfi it Impossible for the ofcers eight 100-lb. gas cylinders'', and Elementary is the)1) quint jells. Other Parker defeats were to
creosoted poles' M! C. WeUs and of the Keystone Heights : to reach the stffl site un- 140 gallons of shine. 'name .chosen for, Madison and Englewood of Jack
e d;.An access road to the lake, ad the new school Hobbs has been working out
Medford 'Sheeley have offered to Rotary' Club and their Anus,, who I:been opened adjoiiilrig-.his property to be built soon, with part of themoney with 19 'boys since Nov. 1, three sonville.

install,"the,' l rlC"w1r1ni;, plain to'make; the:event somethingof II and he said that.some; ,ol: the Tax Collector City Garage from the $450,000; bond I! days a week, but has increased

Cash donations have come in an intercity' meeting. non-residents using the lake And Storage Shed issue. School board members|!! the tempo to an every afternoon GED ApplicationsTo

from Freeman Register & Son, Gren is the author of :should have access'by'way:of'the Disburses Funds made the choice at their meeting I i I workout until the first game date Be

Jimmy Moore--Ford.Sales'EsSer, tion America" which t"Destina-I i unopened road, thus relieving To Be Built Monday morning. The school a.nj I) Four lettermen will be on hand Accepted

viced: Mayor Jackson.. Robert he' left Sweden as .a penniless immigrant traffic on his side. Tax' disbursements have been Further be constructed on a' tract between; I j this year: Armond Rivers, Tom Through December ,8
Green- Andrews 'and made his way to thiscounfrywhichh !I plans 'were made by State Road 100 and Colley' Koa d.l I I Tatum
,Guy Kap Duncan: Since, the law requires 'a public made by Tax Collector J. R. Kelley City Council'1 Terry Futch, and Jim
Adolph Oay.D. Seymour: Florida :; ',he found, to' be' all: ,I hearing on such 'matters/'the ; totalling.$92.185.11 from 1958 Tuesday night for For two other parts of th icj I] Hobbs. The rest of the team will Adult education director L. H.

:light & Power, L, M. Gaines, the things'hehad, dreamed abou I board stated it would advertise' td valorem taxes. The funds were building a equipment.garage and. :storage shedfor building program the board memo! be taken from lastear's B ::;qua d. Gibson has announced that application
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city The
in his unhappy youth. Now a building: bers voted to hire Ben Hall for the General Educational
Seeber Goodman, and Robert as I Last year's team 13
to be held at future;date! won regular
:one : a distributed as follows: General will be 40 ft.; by 30 ft. and constructed -
successful author and lecturer, h e : supervisor of construction. The r.3t Development test
Firth,, with pledges from several scheduled games and los battery
others. enjoys the ,good 'life ,of America a I Constable Felix SUutv n'' requested f und ,$16,457.69' ; Fine and forfeitures .of cement /block. The library for Starke Elementary will three. Coach Hobbs is enthusIastic -tx171 be accepted through December
that the Commission purchase 5560.03; ; Road and property on W. Washington 'St.., '
at his home in Palm Beach:. 'be started under this programs in over this : 8 at the southeast wing office
a''radio for his patrolT Bridge Fund, $13,344.07 Dist back of the year's prospects.
car ; Elementary School, > an attempt to of the usa
The regular Wednesday meeting save money, andsome building on North
e and allow him to for it out of School Bldg. and Bus Reserve owned by the city. Lake Butler, Palatka, and Hawthorne '
Water System of the clab was not held this pay I o? the materials will be obtained the Clark Street. Applicants are required -
week.,with attendance to be count- fees.! In denying the 'request, the 4448.02; General School Fund, It is planned that when the through the surplus commodities -' will are schools the Tornadoes to pay a state fee of ?:5
Commissioners stated that all 22240.13; Dist. 1, Current, $17- building has been play besides their con- in advance
ed Friday night completed r e- from Camp Blandmg. By,, ference foes. of ordering tests from
Said Feasible It is expected that around 150 such radios come under the Jurisdiction 92.10; Dist. 3 Interest and Sink- pairs.and maintenance of city law a building (20,000 or under I!.i! Tallahassee. Actual testing per-

guests will attend the of the' Sheriff's: depart- and Fund, 1223.01, and School equipment, excepting that of the may be built in this manner without Coach James Temple will again iod will be during the week of

party. ment and should be handled in Dist. 1 Interest and Sinking Fund, power plant,'will be handled there.It bids According to architect i!! handle the B Squad and has a December 15. ,

'that manner. $11,120.06./ was also decided that in the plans the library will cost that I 10-game schedule! cooked. The five parts of the test may
For U. S. 301 Markers | The girls team will also
Lawtey The. last item Is the fund for II play
Representatives; of the Florida future city equipment would be amount. j j I in be taken during the day or the
To Be Improved Equipment C '. were present and paying off the recent bond "ISsueof painted orange so that it may be It is also planned that the additional both Palatka next Thursday, with evening. Arrangements for a
j: games scheduled at -night
assured the Commission that recently > 450000. The item preceding is easily identified as belonging to classrooms at KJK! will time schedule should be made
City.water for Lawtey is financially CC II I Friday, 12, the
'' I Officials Say reported clutch trouble on an old bond issue. Starve. be constructed under the same A and B when applying for the tst, Gibson
'feasible, accordmg to a boys will play Macclenny here, and
would be
the new county grader I'I stated.
preliminary feasibility study presented Better directional marking of U. Civil Defense Bids- are now being advertised,!| the girls will play Lake City, also
repaired and the machine checked The State School
High !
Mayor Proclaims i! Equivalency
to the
Lawtey Council 1 S. 301 at Callahan was assuredthis for- construction of the at home.
new elementary !
Monday night by David B."Smith week following a meeting ot) In the future. Discussed With Civil Defense Day :! school (Southside), BHS I Tuesday, Dec. 16, the boys and 'merit Diploma is used to establish
of Smith & McGriff. Gainesville officials of the StarkeBradfordCounty The road to C. C. 'Anderson Ju ratings, licensing requirements
auditorium, cafeteria and four ad-i I i girls A squad will play Hanthorneey
: and other
Sanitary nior High School'at Lawtey was Lawtey Council minimum standards
engineers. Chamber of Commerce
Sunday Dec.f(7th ditional classrooms at Iawt tfiere. .
A sewage disposal plant was with a representative of the StateRoad assigned, priority for 'repairs"and Junior High, and cafetorium at!!I On the final i employment. State colleges
Bradford Civil Detens pre-holiday date and universities will
found not economically feasible at Department at Baldwin will be clayed soon, it was de- County Mayor W., T, Jackson signed a Anderson accept
unior High Lawtey Nat e-; Dec. 19, and
boys i
Director Bill Haas girls will meet; the
the discussion of met with Law diploma in meeting entrance
this time but is cided.
was suggestedby
.Robert Mclntire proclamation Tuesday night school. !!
executive manager gro Lake Butler here
Mr. Smith that the City go of the Cfiamber, with H.. E. the matter it was agreed by theo tty City Council Monday night'review to]I the City Council meeting designating i requirements.

aheadth' the ,water plant ,and Dayton and J, K.: Waif Jr.., t' board that in the future they will progress of the county, Dec..J, 1958 as Civil Defense -
and to tell them r '
let revenue from that helppay members of the board of directors, apply clay to roads in! they atpa program or Day. P-r'- f ,

the coat of a sewage- disposal-- made a tour inspection' along rate districts in ,rotation, one.. ,mile responsibilities He 'said that for the Lawtey.County Com-I In signing the proclamation ... .. : -hi". .
plant in the future.According' GL at'a time.' the ...
301 to Folkston, Monday."Theyjjreport missionefs, with the "ot Mayor Jackson spoke of apProPriateness -
to the report; Law Civil Defense Director B11} Haas "mayors '; -
that rumors of deiour.S1gns'at' each city, formed, bylaw;the'Ue-i I pf the,day, the 17th
tey could have' ,a. water1 system the Georgi .border ;on 301 are reported progress made insetting fense Council. anniversary of,the attack cn Pearl

with almost 100 per cent'distrMm- unfounded but that the highwaymarkers up a countywide. plan and sign Suggesting for their tMatj j Harrier, as a day set aside for Civil -
lion([through 4 to 6 Inch'pipe i 'of-'a: in' roluntees .for tlre'pro-' Laivteyform a plan city:
in Callahan should be In up : : Mr., Haas .left literature and a Defense and preparedness.He .
"high quality, water equal;to any proved .so,"that tourists will,,. nP notigram.! 1 *' suggested plan, for small towns .said, that Starke and Brad-
in the 'area!"" deeprweir: : 'puhlproducing the., The voted:to and
miss right turn. I board ,wtaW with'Co ncU'Chairman 'Dave'Shu-! ford County were, part of a support
: 50.000 gal:, :-treated,for ,The committee' said the .'Sta Lie .'rails on the courthouse steps. roM: area and that in case of attack l
iron and at ,acost I
'sulphur, of\\ :
Road Department has agreed to Saying that each town must would have'to provide thousands -

over$12),OOO'a period. which of could 30years.] b \financed. erect a.sign' 'advising, drivers to J:CC Has Aiqvetf; have a plan approved 'by the stat of"'extra people with food xr i iv iz

stay in the'right: hand' lane when I Civil Defense' office Mr. Haas tlothins.. .shelter., and medical aid.
Legal fees validation of bonds;
approaching the turn. It is believed recommended that the council '
etc. would cost an additional, 18- To New QuartersThe
4 that this will assist them ready their plan 'so that Lawtey Cub Rack 307
000. paid by connection fees of th'
I in keeping on 301. be 'for.-
May eligible surplus materials -
160 estimated water us ra. Connection Starke and Bradford County which then be Will Reorganize
fee was suggested as $M,
Chamber of Commerce moved
ed. He also stressed the .pAt
and minimum'monthly water use ApplicationsAre Wednesday into Its new quartersin bility of other disasters which Legion

5350. Received For the Martin,.building on Temple might hit the area and the needfor. Cub Scout Pack 307 met Nov.
If the !
started immediately
Avenue. 'The building has been a plan (d meet the situation. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the. Presb'tenanmbly E
plant could be in operation within Recreation Head redecorated in recent weeks by
sanitarian Jack Trawick
County room with 5u Cubs,
12 months. Also, if pipe were director
the executive Robert ile-
installed in the next '30 'days at Several letters of application for and Civil Defense Health Officer: eats and, friends attending. i
Intire and members of the organT-- I
also at the meeting pointed'oUt New
two crossings of. 301, while construction the position of Recreation Director zation.: was announced that a reor ,Proposed AuditoriumPictured
possibility of-radio-active material
have been received the 'Starke ganization meeting will be held
of the highway isgoing> by Mclntire said the' Chamberwould
on, Recreation Committee contaminating the 'city if ari accident Monday; Dec 8, 'at 7:30 p.m. in above is architect'ssketch construction
construction contractor Sam be open for business in the Tail- projects. )construction on the new Starke

Wall said it would cost'only $=>00) ,, Reviewing the letters at their new building Thursday, in spitecrony of road or should highway occur when on SUCh the, material parents the .American and 'otters-Legion interested home. All of proposed new Bradford In addition to the auditorium j i elementary early4 next year It
in High School
a saving of about, J2.000. meeting in the City Hall Tu the fact that the necessary furniture auditorium includedin the building program will includea will be located on a large tract

Large water users such as the night the committee chose the and equipment has not yet Both was being reminded transported. helping. Pack 307 are urged to the $480,000 bend issue on new elementary school for between Colley Road and SR 100

school motels and business-establishments ones, they thought beat suited for been purchased ") tit of the.great men loss of the'life which bids will be received by the Starke, cafeteria for Lawtey in southeast Starke and will include
pen 3
presented skit about :
would bring.the average the position. They also drafted The old CC office on the court Pearl Doc< 7 Bradford County Board of Public school cafetorium for Lawtey six classrooms a cafeteria,
\ Harbor :. '11.yeaTsago / Thanksgiving entitled, "Paying for
yearly income p r 'conn tti ft to letters to be used in house Instruction next Wednesday.The colored school and
replying and grounds' will be decorated and the Iaci'of preparation 3n the Indian Corn a library at and administration offices at a
56.50 with a connection operating from:these' selections will>e made and used for Santa headquarters which made, the disaster so much After the following week a special Starke Elementary School. cost of around $375,000. Mora

{Continued on Page 31 for personal interviews. .j 1 I during the C Strruisseason; greater. ments'were served program, refresh-j meeting will be'held to open bids School Supt. H. P. Morgan said classrooms will be added as needed .
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from contractors on the various yesterday it is hoped to begin ,


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w. .v '1 ro n'$ need a carving knife to cut c goutyFlorida, under and by this 135S Tag No. 45W-765 -
and sell
editorial Farmer's DiaryBy _.uA.oneof those 4-lb midgets. You )ore irtue( issued of a out,writ of of the execution above entitled herto- As the ID No. ASWS 2551 for cash, in hand to the the highest above bidder described .

could get by with a pen knife! c ourt, in the above styled : and that
on the 5 day of said defendant to
ha\e levied said
upon following
prop- January, 1959, twelve o'clock
L Sam MeGarvry CARD OF THANKS el rty, situate, lying and being inradfbrtf said day, at the South Door of the on execution.P. D. REDDISH Sheriff of
**. r With deepest gratitude we. extend County, Florida. to-wit: Court House in Starke, Bradford Bradford County. Florida.
-Gla To W53-Tentiae
Hove 'Been
-' ,1'Alfce's> going to Start a compost this word of thhanks for the County, Florida, I will offer for 11-20 4t lt-11

i t ', I 'f bbeapAnd\ she's going to add a- "i';!many acts. of sympathy! expressed -.
uf 5eiVce/Nlofl1ers Cbout.-7; pounds bf 5-10-5 or 6-8; :by thoughtful friends. These : "

,of fertilizer improve the, fertili-'*; kindnesses have meant mUCh to riih
u 11 i- i tit!\ tSomeone '
1t Kit value of the composted ma- us. The Patel Daughters. nhtiiq
U once said that the pen is mightier terial. .
than the sword.Far *
In The. taiall' Claim Court Of Bradford -

be it from .us to boast about "the power ]Everytime we go out the backdoor County, Florida.Case No. 5-153 THE. ,OPENING OF OUR NEW

At 'of the i we just about trip over the MYRTLE SANFORD d.baPIXEIirnST :, / _
pressbut it does give us a warm glow
cat or kitten and we're beginningto : GROCERY,
a .
of satisfaction to see.specific results' from a message How;: about the pretty color of .wonder if those who say that Plaintiff (thr stnlajtfUb
placed in print; whether it be an advertise- the fall cover crops that areplanted cats: don't have any sense are A. j. CfiVEPDE'fendant..

ment or a news article. out i in the country! right. The mutts are different. .
Somehow or other that beautiful They keep out from under our NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatI ( rr _
week suchan fustaneoccurred
Last and to o green of oats and rye at.this time feet< but the cats seem to wait un P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford

make it more memorable, the results were appreciated of year seems,to be especially, attd you are bogged down carrying County tue of a Florida writ of, under execution and by hereto-vir- S ;

.by" t the group that benefitted. We have tractive, with almost. all other something i heavy, and then theyPlaJ for issued out of the above entitled
letter > games around your feet. Of Court in the above styled cause, THIS CONVENIENT WEEKLY PAYMENT
a to prove it The letter said: vegetation turning pale. have levied upon the following

course now, we are talking only property, situate, lying and being in PLAN WILL .
\ -i abnearly our cats. No doubt your Bradford County, Florida, to-wit:
Dear Mr... Matthews Of course the green is not as 1913 Ford Truck
pussiesare the smartest little fellows
as attractive as the color mS!I Tag No. 450K-632 ,

tWe would like to thank you on be- of. the greenbacks that 'good oldturnips. who ever lived.. as the ID property NO. 97HC-1064S2 of the above named NEXT YEAR. ( ._.' .' ,1 '"

'haTc of all the Scouts and Den Mothers ,, mustard and collardare S defendant, and that on the 5 day of '
bringing in now. Sawa lot of This has, been .a poor year for January, 19J1; twelve o'clock, on I
of Pack 307 for the nice said day at the South Door
very article of the We
in last week's Telegraph. good patches of greens around the the sale of screw-worm medicine. Court House in Starke. Bradford cordially invite you to use this service which is P; > <::Jid .
Talked County Florida, I will r
ccunty this week. to one cattlemen who usedto offer for sale '
We were pleasantly surprised'at such K' and sell to the highest bidder for for the j- : <>
v buy the stuff wholesale, and cash, in hand the above described convenience of our customers and friends.**

Quick results and we really appreciateyour The berries we've seen have notdmle he said he didn't buy the first jar property, as the property of said de- ;;.
effort in helping us. We feel sure of it this year. fendant to satisfy said execution. You will be pleasantly
t surprised how
too much growing but we 4 Pi D. REDDISH Sheriff of Bradford to see easy it is] to have ,
that. fhe,Amerjcan Legion will be a imagine it's because they were set County, Florida.

very good sponsor.. out a short while ago. The other See.. where they are advertising 11-20 4t 12-11 $25.00, $50.00 or $100.00 for Christmas shopping next) .
4 or 5 Ibj turkeys this year. Now )
plantings must have put on some In The Small Claim Court Of Bradford .
Very sincerely, good growth during the recent wouldn't one of those birds look County, Florida. December. JOIN TODAY. :> '
mighty lonesome Case No. 5-215 ,
M *\,1' warm spell. on cne of the .
.Lila.Dyal, pen; Mother huge-platters that, were ,used for A BRADFORD CORPORATION COUNTY, HOSPITAL, < :

Lila Rae.Yawn, Asst. Den Mother' ,And t it has been warm. Saturday the '2tt or 25-lb. whoppers that Plaintiff, I Community State Bank of Starke ; .
Den 3 Pack 307. used to make a Thanksgiving dinner .;
night it got hot in our new ( ? SAM AND, DOROTHY LOUISE WILUAMS -

.,. -f ,'Jt* ,-*; home so we turned on the cooling *, ,* Defendant. :i
The article referred 'to was. one we. ran, about system to bring the temperature NOTICE IS HEREPY GIVEN thatI Member of F.D.I.C.
Come to think of it ]d
you wou P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford \
tie down And that was on Nov. 15! ;
| Ukntb o sqnie30ACub( 'Scouts who suddenly .
[Actually, we turned on the coolerto -
fo u' d tbemsgloelthout
1t a sponsoring organza (7' \ ,
'Tot get the dark-room temperature
flop...gtthiea: en l ''with4.the.' l p<<:nding.l.oss. of rd
down. : because we were going toprint
t f..:"?____7P v rier., "dust ,four: days after" the some pictures]. 4.C,

a rtic1e".aPPe ale
American Legion, voted not only to, sponsor Cub still busy planting seeds

: Pack: 307- but,to provide 'meeting place and and setting cut plants around our .. .

4 leadership,. as well It wad thermeetfng : new home. This week she planted / .. < ,

: > that the matter had been brought to. the attention some Sweet peas, and we hope she
Post has rt ai good luck with them as
: of the by the Telegraph article.
N'.' : This is only one small instance demonstrat'how make a very pretty. showing. KING l

: newspapers are:helping to serve the needs L

of their' communities not only as a news and > Although ,the heavy rains made

: advertising medium; but\; in many ways for which a, mess of, the highway along 301, -
at least a batch of ducks enjoyed \.
: they 'receive no remuneration except {the ,sati s-
it. We them
: saw having a great ,_ 0" K4uJWW..

faction of performing a worthwhile service. time ui,one cf .the ditches, swim- .' -p .

.*' In many cases this service is taken for grantee ming and "splashing around. But ; -ys. .,' t' :;\; .

: t by 'those ,who. benefit; and passes withoutcornment. : ; some along persons the, way notably were businessmen less hap-- '\.. .; .; 'c i"". .., _; .', _" '

I That's- aD right with us. We like to py to say the least, < 'PfC:,;:" .. .- tai ':
feel that after almost 80, years of 'service we: are It, -.: .- '. ''.--, .. / .: .
: so much a part ,of the communityft that p /' '. '
wear ,
AU ,those who have;.dug wells '. -
: 'taken, for granted, like the air we breath and 1 sympathize with the well digging : ; : ,;.. .,

the.water we drink. concern out near Brooker which '- .: ., i: .. .
:; I 7
1.S: ',4N inputting down a well for. the =" "it' 1 -
It islnicej:,however, once:in.a; Mile\ Jta h aye an natural gas pipeline compressor: .tI. ..'.' r .,., ,

expression' of..appreciationfor some service pet >;.1 station.. They started digging and ) 'L
.5.r..: :
: .fQrmeui&that 1 is,why. ,we,take so much pride the first thing they knew they ::... .. i. ... .

'in the: letter. from Den Mothers of Cub Pack 307.] had t a,ae-.J.g.Ja.n! : I .. .. .. -
i .
deep down a big hole! ':. .,, -....-;. ''

Better Get ,On' T fie tJ a Y( CALL FOR BIDS \kr
SeaTed bids
will be x i
received the
(, ..... it.. "c a 1 Board of Public Instruction or \ a AF

: ,{ifP'ilm tin! U t' S, '1 7 office Bradford,of the County.Superintendent Florida of at Pub the '::.! '. \ 4L

lie Instruction in the Courthouse, .
'''r 1- >4, f .I Jt r I '.it t. Starke, Florida, up to 2 o'clock P.M., ".. "
,Jt- was eTlFou, a$ing \\q:see. .officials" . furnishing all materials .
: ) and >Bradford .County Chamber pf* Commercelnake labor: and constructing the follow and ; : "
ing i school building ,
projects la
: : a. "tour' of Insjectibnalong lJ.S.36l Bradford County, Florida: '., ,

: ,t e.:.'T61kston I :; Ga. 'tKweek"\ to see ,? FeuElementary Stark, Florida School .' ,

: done ai out, .,better directional} signs to,, route. Bradford- Stoke Ulxh ,School Florida'Auditorium I .< .', '} / e

tourists 'from lCna After Cafeteria Aad Four Claamroom .a:
: ovec 391 ( al-. viewingthe Addition Lantcy 'Junior High, "":.M':' ,' .

setup'on signs in the, Callahan area; our Crepresentatives C Cafetorinm iSrbool. Lawtey'Addition, Florida, Andertfon' :,"";;::; ':': >,/??': //'

: met with Road. Departmentofficial Jumlor lllgk Srkool; Lawte,., Florida
:< Any bid received after the specified -
i l at Baldwin who 'assured them that early time. and date will not be con-
sidered. '

: action \vbufd'be' i_ ,taken'. to mark the right turn at t ,bid must be accompanied by

: Callahan in a manner that will:prevent.JM: >, many' or a--certified bid bond check in the cashier's amount of check five 4I

tourists per cent of the base bid as guarantee :- /5
: : becoming confused -
< H"vf from.T and missing > that the bidder. If awarded the :
the turn. contract, will within ten consecu ,
flue calendar days after written
I'. .t ':* notice being e
given of suds award. '
rl fjespecialfympprtant: ; \ : that'thIs' a tion be the enter' 'Into .a written contract with

tajtenno\\ whea leaders in Board of Public Instruction of ;
; ; neighboring counties Bradford County Florida in actor :

are.Joining forces to promote route from Foil a dance contract'with the accepted ,bid and give
surety bond
ston through,, Macclenny, Lake Butler, into to 'said Board in an amount equal
to one hundred per cent of the ,
e Gainesville; possibly terminating the Tamp; price. contract <
:Sfc: Petersburg'area.. No bidder
may withdraw his bid '
. .. ; ; c.
a period
yrv 4 of thirty days after the .. \ -
>Although we cant blame the citizens of BaKer; date let for the opening thereof.
.AH work shall be done In' accord >
Z Fnibni: :and Alachua omies'fprl'9( : ) mot f their l nee Wills plans,, specification and f -: i

jnterests i i it' is'obvious that the plan pared documents relative thereto as pre-' :',
: oy\ is to by Goin and. Moore Architects Ir

t divert :ialj, "th$ tourist traffic possible from 3( 1onttit specifications, ''Gainesville and. coatraet Florld .'.", Plans
may be examfned at the office '.
i the proposed route through i ..... : .
of the -
Macclenny, Superintendent of Public In- "' ''i"C" .;, :It..
La1 e' Ruder and Gainesville. structionv StarkeFlorida,' or at the : -/i: _' k
office of Coin and Moore, Architects, .' :":: ( /
518 N.: E. _
4th Ave., Gainesville, _
: ,In fac(; a'meeting! was held recently 'in, Folk- Florida.. t

e ston-for the purpose: of forming an organization Only one set of such plan and
: contract documents and
: to promote and induce more traffic on t1iis'ro "t" ; bidding for each project forms may for be \P c id;
er. secured .by general contractorsonly C :
: a.jorbayeiu; idtral: ; t '
> Hibwajr'desi g aS from the office of the architects by
Lion ,WIth. anew, number. depositing. therewith ,!tO&'per set'
t, r b. 0i /. .. for th* New Elementary School'
; Starke Florida: (:O.OO -
per 'set for
i Invie, othejf ?plane4 campaign by the ;spon-" the Bradford- High School ':Auditorium -" .
e atarsioffthe'Foiltstari; celennx 1 Starke. Florida $10.00 per
; t;' .Butte: r.: set for the Cafeteria and Foar .. J
Gritu.Y e'rqut&.tc|' Classroom -Addition. Lawte>:-Snnl or' .
01 i ap .t
School .
i Lawteyr Florida and'1 For
.pear thalitcomjnuaiUe3i) and; (.individuals ,along<< '11.[ 10.00 Per set tar the Cafttorium.; :
1 S:,$0 t.;.shouki''redoubfei'their'effortg,1to..see] : Addition, Anderson Junior High'
( that
e tetui&TMtt'aff'a!! :\I\.el\ | ,on;',3pluandjjiew ..traffic.y ; School from Lawtey general, Florida.The contractors'. will'-deposit '' % 1 holiday entertaining tree trimming

:... oj>r.r.ileiPre: > fourJaning bet refunded upon submission of't "
} ..jnr,. dford,* it,. fide bid and retain of'said ,.' .
'Ciity''eillbe:' ; of.,"inestimahleAvaue .hW t'1hlS plans and contract documents '1 aL'.:' .
i end ; : condition within ten days after
we should .conUnuvour'effort to ..inj -. the date set for.the opening btd.. f ,"
: teiest CIay Cow and If the general contractors >desire" .
'f Juval .Cou ty toward( more than
: 1 one set of plans and? " ... theobtaind -' '
,.... ..>- li-wl, ; +O1lI. ,br : \ :
: Paying the "
t- 41'' coat of duplication :
: | g,, ou' oXJityarke S ou Id1"b; e promotedas' at the rate of I5c' per sheet1 fer' ';::: : :' ., gift wappingard writing
soon asbdssibfe, 'and $3.00 per 'set Ifor.i :
\ : specifications which will ..
not be
A *? .f' \
t J".f ." %v tetu dable. "
j .
As' stated, 'before, cannot blame Subcontractors f .} ,
: -. ? 're u nNA pur 9mr pliers and material rap-1 i r :' '.._.' ,.
e pe tof.toun e for doing: caD may purchase drawings and .
,, everything they io specifications from the architect f' ..
i tapthfr tourfet traffic, \ '. v by paying the cost of duplication at .- ; :. ; .' .. L ', ( '. :' '.
: bonanza,''but, on the other the rate of The per sheet for the r ; -.a11 the Christmas fun
hand should drawings and S3.00 [if ; during;;: 'lse'or.tenfor
; we accept the per set for the :
challenge and i reo.uble' specifications which cost includes : j ;. r t ; :: ; .,. *
our efforts- :- on behalf of 301.. the cost of handling. This .cost will the cold crisp' taste the cheenullift of Coca-Cola. / '
not he refundable. t .: ':
Bidders* qualifications must be I' 'i ff '. .. '' w *. ""*.'' .\: SIGN OF GOOD TASTE?

TwrnrkoiORD!: COUNTY TElt'G'RAPH Instruction satisfactory of to the Bradford Board of County Public .; .:STOCK. UP.:.WITH-CARTONS: .' OF. KING_.SIZEXOKE; TODAY. & "-;:? .
t .EST. 1879 Florida. The Board of Public In. : urtftna, O IM*IM wu-cou t..Mn,- ',.: .
J "
struction of "
Bradford "
e to ,' r.rt! !'1t. Ida, County Fbr- : : ; .
reserves ,
e FLORIDA'S OLDEST the right to waiv la- : : ( ,- : :
WEtKLT 3TKWB' formalities In .
'i f t i I K. r % any bid and to '
I v V.- a 0Cl'Pt : : "
tit PAPE> any bid which they ,consider : ,' .
PfBLKBEO. CONTI3OCS1T: to be in Ute best public interest and ,
: ..' r' & 9i it d1itCYl JT1I1rIUO'K."m.i D"1. *", to relit any and aU bids. \.': r...., It -
... The
.. ..ftIo.....1M',IMJR"Slacks..ds", aal PJa..derAtt! Claal ItQt.r'Y. ot Bradford Board 'of County Public; Florida Instruction' Bottled-under outhorjty TheCAC, a-Colc Company by STARKE COCA-COLA ,BOTTLING
t.roe] .
a. m- : COfdPAti.Yu
.. By; Harmon P. ]]organ UOtU'. Secretary-( .. .._ ,- <- < *fcn *., .: It,:Aa1- 1

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THRSD.\1", DEC.I, 19-8 -- w'
TELlilt-\PD. ST.-\r.m:. FLORm.\ ..-. AI1.w rw
.l'AU.Eo 1.uU1o: :

TTTfTTTTYYYYTTTTTTTTTW time. Karen were visitors of the Leslie next Wednesday Dec. 10. All
Pat Boone Stars of Raiford. Gelta Cominsky of stone Heights Stella Ann Hazen
Mr: and Mrs. Amos Rollins and Sweat's Sunday evening. members and interested parentsare ,

MAX VILLE son. Ricky will leave next Tuesday Birthday Dinner urged to attend., In Gay Musical Leetsdale. Pa.. Mary Faltz of Clayton G. Strickland. Gordon

for a visit with both of their Mrs. Ruby Durrance and Mrs. J Jacksonville< O. E. Merrill of I Marlin Griffis of Raiford and

i families. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Byrd entertained at the home ot Items Left Over From Last Week Coming To FloridaThe Grandin. William A. Finley of i Georgia Bell Brown of Raiford.

By Sirs. C. B. Nolan Catoe and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mrs Durrance Sunday with a Raiford, Robert Thornton and j Colored admissions were: Rob-

.J&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&u.a Rollins In Jefferson. S. C. birthday dinner honoring Mrs Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Parrish andfamily talents of some of the Arthur Thornton of Raiford, I ert Nichols of Lawtey BenjaminClark

Westbcrry Griffis Ginger Cannon Marvin Green of Middleburg and visited in Jacksonville brightest young people in show Cathern B. Thomas of Hampton,j of Lawtey, Mildred Louise
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Tuesday night with Mr. and Mrs. Hello, Folks:
Minnie Zell Hargroves and E. C. Padgett. Enjoying this oc- i business are blended in "Mardi Jesse W. Vining of Lake Butler' Paul Doris Lee Aaron Thelma
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tommio Smith and family and I wonder if I could talk'8iittle?
casion Gras"
T. L. Manning all attended the with the hostesses and j the tuneful musical film
Qriffis and familY; Mr. and Mrs. fair in Jacksonville honorees were Marvin Green and Miss Jo Ann Parrish. 11 live out in the wide open spaces, starring Pat Boone at the Florida Edjth A: Thornquist of Keystone.. Jenkins of Hawthorne Daisy Bell

Bootsie Cannon and family and night. Tuesday son, Milton, Junior Padgett of Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family but, read your newspapers, listen Theatre Sunday through Tuesday. Heights, Fannie Kummer of Key- Chandler and Margie Holmes.ALVAREZ' .

Mrs. Gladys Copeland and family Middleburg and Mr. ana Mrs. Al- visited Jacksonville Sunday]tonight the radio and try to keep up Co-starred with Boone in this

attended the greater Jacksonvillefair Miss Gnann Thompson of Pa- bert Smith and family and R. V., I with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rob- with what is going on. I trade in ,story of life at Virginia Military Men's Clothing

Tuesday night. latka spent from Friday through and Howard Durrance.Mr. erson and family and her son, town a little; even. 'swallow a Institute and New Orleans at 'I STORE I

Buddy Padgett John Waters Sunday visiting with Miss Ginger and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and |John< was very pleasantly surprised few of your pills now and then festival time are such well-known Established 1894

Ed Waters and R. V. Durrance Cannon. family had as their guest Sun- when Mrs. Roberson presented for real or fancied aches and entertainers as Gary Crosby,

went to the Jacksonville fair Sat- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Padgett had day, Miss Sharon Griffis. John Waters with a Birthday cake. pains. Also, once in a while'go to Tommy Sands, Christine Carere,

urday night and had a wonderful Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy LaCombe Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frigo of church. I feel pretty close to and Richard Sargent.

Frank Wellhausen and family. and son, Tommy visited In May- Chicago and,Matt Frigo and Mr Starke.. although I live five miles
The story tells.,the mirthful adventure
We regret that Willie Harris is port Sunday. | and Mrs. Guy, Frigo of Jacksonville out. And you .know kinf oiks* will -. j i
of four cadets from VMI
ill again and confined to his bed. Rogers Waters was a Sunday I were guests of Mrs., Fannie sometimes talk. :" ,
who come to Mardi Gras and en- 1'C."Cll" ,, ., "
,, '
Surely do wish him a speedy recovery visitor of '-Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Can- Griffis last Thursday. Even to fellow, "out in the 1Jo.tlQI
counter a provocative and diversi-
FloridaTHEATRE non and family. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Bob sticks" It is obvious that Starke fied group of characters. Pat ( ll-UIPS'

Miss Minnie Zell Groves and Mr. and Mrs. F.,B:Coleman had Stanley will be glad to learn thatthey has grown Quite a bit, in recent Boone is the cadet who wins a
L. Manning'vtsited a? their guests for ThankSgivingDay have reached Oregon safely
T. in Glen St. years. Many new and beautiful student lottery that provides him "
Mary Monday with Mrs. Edna Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pellum and I and; Mrs. Stanley and childrenare motels with beautifully landscaped -
with funds to to New Orleans
Manning and family.Mr. son, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Brown staying there with Mr. Rob- grounds, nice service stations and invite the movie go star of from ONE DAY TO SIX MONTHS!
ing of Jacksonville, and Mr. and erson's parents while Mr. Rober queen
and Mrs. Jack Waters and dwellings, and other build- the Mardi Gras to his school's
Mrs. James Coleman and daugh-| < finds them a home near the Throughout the hunting -
family of Jacksonville visited with ings. But guess what ,I recently graduation ball. When Pat and
ter and Vince Taylor of Cecil air force base y. ,
in State
Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family saw-a beauty parlor that neededits his three friends meet Sheree +4 season, you need
Sat. Dec. 6 ONLY Naval Air
Field Station.
he will be stationed. the of
face accident
protection -
Sunday. painted massaged or
- DOUBLE FEATURE Mr. and -Mrs Don Eichelsor of Mrs. Lyle Schmehls and daughters North, the publicity girl who can :.
We regret that Mrs. Joe something. And now and then we dance up a storm, they find
Jacksonville the
are proud par| and Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
see a dingy old landmark being "American's" Travel
Thomoson is ill and wish her themselves thrown into some
a ents of a baby daughter born on Schmehls and son of Jacksonvillevisited '
demolished for something betteror < < Protector Policy
speedy recovery. Thanksgiving Day in Jacksonville. stormy and hilarious situations. pays
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. more attractive. ': ,1 for dismembermentand
Engagement Mrs. Eichelsor will be remembered Bufford Higginbotham and fam Eigh; new songs, ranging from .
as Miss Louise Coleman, daughter Every springtime we see Mother blues to ballads, are introduced medical expensesin

.. of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Coleman I ily.IJttle Miss Cheryl Wilkinson: Nature put. on a new dress of with Boone Sands, Crosby, and f > case of an accidentand

1 gorgeous green, and she adorns Carere doing the singing honors. t payment to your family
|daughter: of Mr., and Mrs Oscar 1 J..
her( bosom far and wide with for loss of life. Get this
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Thomas |Wilkinson has been ill for several
-' flowers: of colors. in t r for
many Again
AND and family spent the Thanksgiving days. Hope you'll feel.better soon, Water System { 24-hour-a-day protection
holidays in South Carolina Cheryl. the autumn she shows mankind :,J.4., one day or for the entire

iL what a gorgeous array of colors Said Feasible ft .r "J hunting
visiting with relatives. Mrs., William Padgett is 'a patient season.
she can bedeck herself in. (
t e A Mrs. Jewel Gooslby was honoreewith | in the Doctor's hospital in

a birthday sinner at the Starke. Hope she will be able to How wondrous in many ways is For LawteyI A \ialcl".

home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Leslie |come. home soon. Mother Nature. But often she H C. WALL AGENCY ,
I Continued from Page 11
"c Sweat Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Ben Higginbotham is confined needs the aid of man to l look,her STARKE.
and Mrs. Amos RollinS returned best..In the Great Book of mankind FLA.
Fate ur Mr. | to her bed with an attackof cost of 2830. The groan income

: cargo. 0 Sunday evening from a flu. Hope she will be able tin ; we read, NAnd the Lord God for the first year was estimatedat -

:,. one a plot vacation trip .with relatives be up and out again soon. took the man and put him in the $9.050 with operating expenses
'* to outwit th* South Carolina. I Garden of Eden to dress it and to estimated at 4520.
International 1 Mrs. Dorothy Waters and family .24
PohCCl Stork Shower enjoyed Sunday dinner hi keep it. From this we can reasonably Saying that with the present A HOUSEHOLD

,.. A''f A group of friends gathered at Jacksonville with Mr. and. Mrs. believe that it was intended growth rate of residences in'Law

; "..7 I the home of Mrs. Darlen LaCombeon Bud Waters and family that all mankind should tey, two residences per year, the ( t AND COMMERCIAL

M-GM..u.rROBERT Tuesday afternoon, for a stork Karen Griffis, daughter of Mr. dress up his individual surround- tale of water over the 30 yearperiod

TAYLOR t shower honoring Mrs. Tommy and Mrs. D. B. Griffis is ill with ings. Yet in' all of my 74 years I would not quite pay the ELECTRICAL

I DOROTHY MALONE Clark. Games were played after tonsilitis and is unable to attend have never in church house or I costs, Mr. Smith recommendedthat

which the honoree opened her school for a few days. on radio, ever heard a preacher other revenue !be pledged.

many nice gifts and cake and Mr .and Mrs. J. D. Padgett were give a sermon on this subject. He said, also, that in order to w SERVICE

drinks were served. Mrs. LaCombe both ill last week with infected Most of them seem to have their 1 fell bonds at a favorable interest

Mr. and -Mrs. D. J. Parrish are was assisted in entertaining throats and had to make several mental eyes cocked so'high in the I rate; it was necessary to show

announcing the engagement of /toy Mrs. Florence Parrish. trips to the doctor. Glad they are skies that they cannot see thefacts adequate income and reserve. He J,,-,--- -' -,- - .-----.----

their daughter, Jo Ann to Howard The 4-H Club of the Maxvtln le feeling better. of earth. We need more Billy suggested that $6,000 of other income

a Curdtdt.r of Mr.(Buddy and ) Bradshaw Jr., so School met last Tuesday at the Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Cannon and Sundays among our preachers. I cigarette tax or utility tax, NOW AT 213 E. CALL
shaw Sr. of Howard Brad school and a demonstration was daughter Ginger and Mrs. Fanny: Suppose we wander about a bi t.' be earmarked for the purpose. The ,
The given by Sharon Griffis and Helen Here and there 1957 cigarette tax revertmg to
wedding will take Griffis were visitors in Starke we see 'weedy spots 9 Home Wiring
place on February I
Cannon on how to wash dishes. Saturday. and now and then ,a neglectedvacant' Lawtey was 4000.
28th in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chilson and Mrs. H.. J. Moore and childrenof lot, and the rear of stores There would be no payment of 0 Electrical Fixtures

Miss Parrish was torn and raised family of Starke were guests of: Gainesville were guests of Mrs.Moore' that are littered, with trash andboxes. principal, for the first two years,

at Ma, ville. She attended the Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and & sister, Mrs. Dorothy Near one business place but interest would amount to Can,Be Installed On Monthly Payments

Maxvilie ana Baldwin schools 1.1 daughter last Friday night. Waters and family Monday. there is a healthy patch of sand- $6,000 per year, figured at :5 per

Plus "Happy Valley," CartoonS graduating from Baldwin school Jones Thomas has recently returned We regret that little Mary Claudine spurs,enough to. seed down all of[ |: cent, for the first three year I. Fixtures and Supplies
of '
in June 1958.
She .is presently home from a 10 month, Slade. baby daughter of Mr. Starke in three or four years. After that the,principal payment!

, n., Mon., Tues.. Wed. employed by the State Farm Insurance tour of duty with the United!'e lnd Mrs. Avery Slade is confinedo Now what if every kind of organization would increase as the interestpayment v' ,

Dec.., 7 Through ''10 Agency in Jacksonville. 1 States Navy in the Mediterranean.The the St. Vincent's hospital witha in Starke Joined hands decreased. Yearly debt
.Mr. Bradshaw attended Landon Thomas service would range from $6,000 1 4WELLS
................ ...*... : High family move throat infection. and mindsin's, dressing up movement ,
School in Jacksonville and to one payment, the highhest, of
this week to make their home in
JWimm Mrs. Nan McPherson has goneto ? And why not all'of our
served for several years with the St. Augustine. We wish them $9.000 in 1970.
Auburndale. for a visit with school classes take half an houror ELECTRIC SERVICE
United Inc.
States Army in Korea and good luck wherever they go. As to ability to pay for the
yampe Hawaii. He is Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wilkinsonand an hour, say once a month,'uss ,
I presently employed installation Mr. Smith said that
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris and family home, beautification or
by the ,Bell Telephone Company if bonds did not, sell privately at 213 E. Call
o.aeb.9. in Jacksonville. daughter, Edith and Mrs. J. D. Mr and Mrs. Rudolph Wilkinson dressing up home surroundings? Street Starke, Fla.
favorable rate of interest federal I
a a -
Bell and daughter, Joan were and family ,a1 Auburndt ale Also, why not Sunday Schools
Mrs. Lyle Schmehls the House and Home
and agency
.. daughters visitors in Jacksonville last spent the weekend here with Mr. once or twice a. year? Such in-
rs+a coo of Jacksonville were Finance Agency, would buy thebonds
Mr. and guestsof urday. Wilkinson's parents, Mr., and >Mrs. terest might be contagious and .
Mrs. Buford Higgin at an interest rate under
botham Ricky Rignola returned to Max C. E. Wilkinson. Sr. and family. spread through the whole com
,COLOR er Of one! Sunday. the market, probably less than :5
t vine Thanksgiving Day from duty: Mrs. Dcrothy Waters entertained munity.
... .. ..., Helen North visited with Barbara per cent.
!.. Whithead Sunday.We | with the United States Navy in Friday night with a birthday If I .was a-youth, I might feel' County sanitarian Jack Tra-

Plus "Sick Sick Sidney" Car- Norfolk Va. supper for her son John, on ,his like becoming a juvenile delinquent \
regret thJt Miss Edith wick, who was present at the
toon. I Copeland has been iU ana undera We regret that Mrs. Waver 20th birthday.John Enjoying,,.this,, occasion too. if I had to live in some I. meeting, pointed out the lessening i I

doctor's care. Griffis is a patient in the Bradford with and his mother of the "don't care" surroundings of health hazards from septic .c4e

County hospital and do wish were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters that exist. scattered all over the n, t I
Thur., Fri. Dec. 11, 12 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cannon and: and familY tanks and open privies which tie ;
Buddy Padgett and
.her a speedy land. The health authorities : '
recovery. %
family and of city water would
Mr. and Mrs. N. .. I .Linda and Roger Waters. t
Cannon and family We are very glad to learn that should enforce the cleaning up of bring. He also said that home ,
DIIf! : md.< .. .Aril enjoyed Lacey Brown who Mrs. Fannie Griffis visited in all such places. and businesses would :benefit t I ra
,.rM -o.u rLfiE! Thanksgiving Day dinner with band ir. has been a Jacksonville last Tuesday with by .
alOO'SANDERS$ $ MOM Mrs. Kyle Cannon and daughter patient in the Bradford County her son-in-law Perhaps our 'colored friendswould lower fire insurance rates with
and daughter Mr.
Virginia. Hospital has returned home and join ,in such a movement.It water pressure. Reductions in
pm Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Bornstein ot seems to be getting along nicely. and ters. Mrs. Guy Frigo, and daugh would greatly' Increase the fire insurance can decrease from'

=-M l---"- Jacksonville visited with Mr. and l His brother from South Carolina 1 prestige of their race if such could 15 to 40 per cent within a protected >

not Mrs. N. L. Cannon and family| is here taking care of his business Stanley, Higginbotham of Jacksonville become nationwide. city, it was said.

v % / Sunday.Mr. while he recuperates. spent last weekend with Why not envision Starke becoming The survey made by Smith &
his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Junior Goolsby of We are very glad to learn that Ben the cleanest'town in Dixie McGriff reported that a sewages

Plus "Chief Charlie horse"Cartoon. Baldwin were dinner guests of Sonny Boy Sculley of Middleburgwas Higginbotham'and family.Mr. l ? Of the many tourists pas disposal plant would cost about
and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and
$170,000 but because of the
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and able to return to his home tag through, perhaps one or two sparse
.Mr."and Mrs. C.. B. Nolan carried settlement of New for 1959!
Lawtey would not
from the or even ,more -
family Thanksgiving Day. Orange Park hospital might stop to investigate

I a group of teenagers hay feasible 0 0
on a at this _
hebe time. =
Mrs. D. B. Grfffis and daughter last Thursday. Sonny Boy was be struck with t v WORLD'SMOST
and weiner roast Monday FHA
financing could
thrown from a tractor and knocked charm 'of our little city, and then probably I
night an everyone had a very enJoyable invest be obtained in Lawtey with water; "
unconscious while at work near and become one of us. Isn't l" ,
Baldwin last Wednesday'morning.. time. it worth trying? installation, bringing more homesto 1
COMPLETE Little Clara Mae Harris, daughter the town. .
SERVICE and and Mrs.of Jacksonville George Johnson of Mr., and Mrs. Oscar Harrisis Cyrus Yours E. Beam sincerely Mr. Smith said that Lawtey wasgiin f.t.f : ;' AUTOMATIC
were ill and
confined to
Hope sound
Thanksgiving Day guests of M[r. she will be and back to Rt. 2, Box 6 .I financial condition and \
up school would be
.1. well abJe to handle
:i .' Pruning Starke Fla. the :11-IJ
Cavity Work and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and real soon. payments. -,..: WASHER I
family. Miss
Shirley Higginbotham We
Bracing Tree Removal regret thai Mrs. Ernest ;

returned to Jacksonville withthem Padgett's mother, Mrs; Grace Marriage Licenses HOSPITAL ADMISSIONSThe P

I De- Iossing Transplanting and visited there until Sun Sharp of Middleburg had to undergo ,ct,HpF l-I

'F day. Sunday the Johnson's twins,, surgery in the Orange Park The following marriage licenses following patients were ad- I IL'Co 1 I

Free Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S Charles and Georgia celebrated hospital Monday morning. Hope were issued here during theMrs. I witted to Bradford County Hospital fit !d
pastmonth i
their birthdays at the home of Mr[ she will get along nicely. : Howard Twining and Ida since Nov. 23: Marlene D. : :;: t. .

and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and Padgett is staying with her mother. Elizabeth Edge Efisio Goiana Peters of Keystone Heights Henry ,*/ r I
; and
family and had a birthday'cake.: 1 Lee Starling Jr. of Jacksonville 11
Bernice Green Leo ,
; Herbert Richardson
TREE SURGEONSPETE Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harris and and Pansy .Naomi Crosby ir Gytha Dasker of Keystone 1 :f : AUrOltlA61

Miss Carolyn Strickland spent Billie Heights, K. D. Conner of Ralford, : :j C
Funeral Hollis and Cecil Ann Conner d.
WASil .
Monday ,
Sunday visiting with relatives Tosco Lucas ,
Legrand I
C. G ;
SAPP OwnerP. ; Nathan a i-
friends in Middleburg. ariaFor Paul Odom, Armetha Naomi Smith Durrance: Stephen and que of Lawtey. Gordie L..Owens of m J fI iLt 11U'n tflt #rtHH! itl',

0. Box 774 Phone EA 5-4887 Palatka, Fla. Larry Harrison and Edgar Williamson Lawtey Resident Eugene Kelley and Maxine Andrews Keystone Heights Addle Francis ,.i PRncaBlorolx W-298
Griffis of
were Sunday dinnerquests : Lyle Haywood Buck. 3rd Maxvilie. Edna LoisSmith

AGENTS of Misses Patsy and Peggy and Harriet Jane Richards Carmine Cimino of Mid- Load it-touch the right Select-a-Cycle button n&w
Smith. Paul Odom, 66, a former resident ; Carmine tlleburg: W. E. Thornton. Ellar High frequency Washing Action washes each fabric
Phone FR 6-2661 phone MA 3617 of Lawtey, died Saturday Cimino and Hester MildiedClure ; Hines of Branford cleaner'; more'lint-free treats each fabric with'the

Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla. Bradshaw Miss Jo Ann of Parrish Jacksonville and Buddy morning in Gainesville after a ; Victor Edward Jenningsand >; Wilkinson of John Lewis special care requires 5 cycles-2 speeds, one for each
I had Lawtey. Richard .of today's 5 different kinds
Dorothy Ardis Knight; Roger of fabric
Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla. Thanksgiving dinner with Miss prolonged illness. Bennefield, Richard Vincent St.
Roedell and Emma Jean ..
Parrishs parents, Mr. and Mrs. D,, Born in Charleston, S. C.. April John 3rd., and William Hugh St.

J. Parrish and family.Mr. 19. 1892 Mr. Odom had been employed Higginbotham: Rufus Alvin RileyJr. .I John of Keystone Heights. ONLY $
and Naomi Parks _
as a guard at the State. ; Dotsy New- I I Also James 50
and Mrs. J. D. Padgett and Godwin Jr.
some and Isabel '
FACTORY PRICES Road Camp in Gainesville before Bright Newsome I r .
son spent Sunday with Mr. Pad
iL1 health forced his ; Jim Clark and Tilda Thomas. -
retirement last :
gett's mother Mrs. Bertha Pad- .. A
TRY' ANY PAINT. I MAKE AND I'LL GIVE '!ett. June. During his residence tonth CREDIT BrREAU: OP STARK "

YOU A GALLON OR QUART WITII'EACII Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Robinsonand Lawtey Horace he made his home Yora CREDIT BrREir AND: NEW 1959 PHILCO t

daughter of Jacksonville YOU
Gainesville with Mr. Nettles when inlet of Florida against one 1>58 AUTOMATIC WASHER
spent Thanksgiving day with Mrs. the latter Buick 2-door hard top motor no. 1. It !II a central lie information -
Robinson's mother Mrs. accepted employmentat 4ES-OOJ71Z. in a cause of Violation l on consumer* in your New High Frequency Washing
Dorothy trading
the Florida Farm Title tt U.S.C. Section 52'' area.vir Action
Waters and family. Her sister Lin- Colony there. 1711.4 easily handles 7 big sheets
Funeral services were held in ); and whereas. by a. Consumer Credit Extension> in a single load..yet is to gentle
la Waters returned home with Cue o[ process in due form of law, with "factbllf* ,
the reports you can wash a bridal veil with-
DeWitt to
C. Jones me"directed '
Chapel Monday ; returnable the b.
on Employment
them and spent the rest of head data and character out tearing tangling!
eighth or Fully
day of
at 2 December 1958 I have references
with .
p. m. Rev. R. Earl I
seised Automatic. PHILCO ..
and W-290
holidays.Mr. taken the said abo ye- c. Credit Investigations .
Moses pastor of the Lawtey Baptist described,automobile and have It In d. Collection facts .
and Mrs. Dan Groves Church, officiating. Burial my custody., ,Notice is hereby given t. More, profitable consumer'edit
guests over the weekend, Mr. and that a Dutrlct Court will be held in sales. -
was in the
family plot in Bethlethe
Prices start_ at $2 per qt.; $5.98 per gal. Mrs. R. C; Dillard and daughter. hem Cemetery near Lake City the City United of Jacksonville States Court Florida Room, on la 1 L.' Lower Better bad-debt collection losses.percentages I

Virginia and grandchildren of. the eighth day of December 1158 for 3. Improved community credit con

MARY CARTER PAINT STORE Winter Garden:! II I owner the Vial or of_ owners said ,premises and all and personswho the ditions.

Mr. and Mrs.. Bud Waters and I i ICA.THE .Southern tTNITED STATES District OF of Florida.AM] R- may have or claim any interest YOU MIKE YOUR CREDIT WE C.H.NASWORTHY-Pico%
are hereby cited to be and Dealer
335 N. Temple Starke, Fla. Ph. WO 4-8565 family visited with Mrs. Dorothy whereas, on the 18th day of No the time and plate aforesaid appearat towhy JUST KEEP IT
Waters and family Sunday. vember. 1958 the United States of show cause, it any they have, Fer Mere lt.rm thm Callas
STARKE FLORIDA America through its proctor. Edith a final decree should not pass WO 4-17U 310 E. Call St. Starke
The Maxvffle PTA will hold House Asst. U. S. Attorney filed prayed. Thomas H.' Trent U. 8. ..... Patricia E. Cutlm.*. FJa.we .
its libel in the District Court of thepitted
I their regular business meeting It lr-6
States for ,the Southern Dis-,


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:: '_: ;: 'THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 195S

1 Junior I lub__/_ .. % Sylvia. Paulk'_ _. ; .Area Conference I leaders from! the State Depart
l ment of Education.According .
IfI b Welcomes Ten Sings Aboard On Adult Program / to A. X. Anderson,

New MembersThe Aircraft .. Area Supervisor of Adult Education -
rya Carrier Held Here' the first session will begin

I Junior Woman's Club wel- Miss Sylvia Paulk ,was the feat- County School Superintendent, ?.t 3 pjn. in the southeast wing

I. comed ten new members into the ured singer at a Thanksgiving Harmon Morgan has announced of the USO building. Vr S. K.:
club at last Monday night's meet- I that: an adult education 'conference Hand, State Supervisor, will pre-
.,.,. ... .Gladys ootl ing..They are Mrs.. Lloyd Hedge dinner-dance given' aboard the Ii will be held in Starke 'on December -{,[1 sent a program on the progress
1.1 1. -------- i iA cock,. Mrs. Leonard! Noegel .Mrs.l aircraft carrier U. S. Antietamlast' I << 5 for adult education dirsctors -,.', of adult education in Florida during -

Guy Andrews Home Musical Tea s 1 Reid Harrell'Mrs. Clayton Strick- 1 Friday night, at Mayport E .. county superintendents and 1 the dinner hour. The evening
session will convene at the USO
l land, Jr. Mrs. A. Strickland, Naval Base. supervisors! school principals, situ
',Scene Of WeddingRehearsal At Roman's Club ; Mrs: David Ba'chmanMrs.. O. L. The affair was attended by idult teachers. Representations :i from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Party Next\ ;J Abercrombie, Mrs.' George Flynn, about 2,000 service men and their I j from: Alachua, Baker Clay Columbia i I Local persons scheduled for
1. lLat I t Jr., Mrs. Carl L.. Johns, and Mrs. dates. The'ship left Monday for ''I] Duval, St. Johns, and parts on the general program are

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews entertained A musical I tea is planned b X II._Wi James Rowe. Pensacola but will return for Putnam: counties;are expected to, and Elementary Director Principal L. H. Gibson P. T, interested Molm

at a party Wednesday the Starke Woman's Club next' On Dec, 12, in the-club house Christmas. attend the meeting adong with a!I adults of the -

evening of last week honoring ednesday at d:30: o'clock in theclub a there will,be semifcrmal dinner 'c Delegation of adult:; education i invited to attend. community are
their niece Miss Maxine Andrews, house. This annual social dance in their honor at 7:30 o- First 1 Baptist WMU
and her fiance Stephen Kelley event is presented by the social I 'clock. Members are asked to I
following their wedding rehearsalThe department with Mrs. C. J. HouptChairman i I phone their reservations to Mrs. J Has Luncheon MeetThe r

Andrews' home on W. Mad- under,the 4th Vice Pre, Hairy,Elrod, at WO4-9311 or Mrs.
ison street was.lovely for the.oc Mrs. W.. B. Mundy. Mrs. Lloyd' T&ac/ief/ Sbror/iy es.Charter Seymour. Marco at WO9-2985..Reservations WMU of the First Baptist Announcing Opening of

casion" with arrangements of white Green will be in charge of music. r must be in by Dec. 8. Church held its monthly luncheon ,

and yellow chrysanthemums Although attendance is restricted : On Dec. 13 the club will giveaway business and program meeting at_!
placed at vantage points throughout. .to members and out ot town 1 Lonnie4oench: ,[bits, ,E; ,L.l, .Essie, Crosby, historian; Laurie a five-piece. Silver Service the church Tuesday at 12 noon. \ PREy'i\\IT'S FISH MARKET
The refreshment. table was', guests, a festive occasion is planned [second from right] charter president Mullins and Elizabeth, Haines, set that is on display at Leila's the I :
Following: luncheon, short .
I | of the installed a
overlaid with a white linen cloth' and'it is hoped that all mem- chap- chaplains; Martha Pellum, ,sere Dress Shop. Tickets of 50c' each 1 -
tel', of Alpha Delta ,Kappa, in- geant-at-arms business session was conducted by I /I'Ir.. and Mrs J. T. Prevatt
and centered with a miniature I i I bets will attend. :Mrs. J. W. Kin ; Willie Mae Den- for the set are available from club

bride doll under a rose bud arbor. : caid is chairman of the tea, and ternational honorary sorority for ton.* publicity chairman; Ruth I members and at Leilas'The Mrs. J. E. Hildebran, president. (Formerly Marvin's
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews were.assisted Mrs. C. A. Knight co-chairman. omen teachers, is pictured: re- FrazIer, program chairman; and: money raised from this sale will The program on Foreign Missionswas Market)
Mrs Members of the committee include "emns insignia from.Mrs. Sarah Bernice,, Hopkins social chair ,
by Drew Reddish. go toward the Community Swim- presented by Mrs. C. A. 617 E. BROWNLEE STREET
Mrs. O. L. Mrs. A. Sova cf Callahan, State Vice ,
During the evening Miss Andrews Beaaley. man.The ming Pool fund ., Knight leader of'the'Ethel Biggs ,
Z, >Adkins, Mrs. W; E...Middleton, President, Other cnarter officers local chapter, Alpha Gam t
and Mr. Kelly Following the business Circle, with ''Mrs. W. B. I
-pieserjted and program Mundy
their bridal Mrs. P, F., Stump, Mrs. H. ,L.. in photo Heft to, rightl are Er ma WHS instituted by Beta Chapter Mrs. Handling Full Line of Sea Food
attendants'with personal meeting, bridge and canasta A. L. Crosby, Mrs.: L. D. I i
Brownlee, Mrs. .S? 'L. Peek Sr. estine McRae vice president; of Jacksonville,, and Alpha,
games were played, after which Mrs Lex Green as-
Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy/Mrs. COlE. Ernestine Register, recording secretary Alpha Chapter of Nassau County.: -
20 ,guests this lovely affair were :Johns, Mm. 'L. A. Canova ]Irs;. ; and Madge McDonald. Assisting Mrs Sova were Mrs. refreshments w reserved by Mrs., sisting. FISHSHRIMP OYSTERS
including /
members of Lavern Outlaw, chairman, Miss -
: O. L. Haynes Sr.. Mrs. Beacher treasurer. Dunweedy ,Brown president of ,
wedding party and,immediate Payne, Mrs, Gorge. ,Flynn St.,, The new chapter was chartered AA, iriSs'Chrlstine McKinnen,, Barbara Spencer, Mrs. Wayne Future Teachers Phone WO '
Haines, and Mrs. 94091
Mrs Ethel Lowell. Airs. TylerJones here at a tea held in the home of president of Beta Mrs,., Winona E. R. Moench. Enjoy Luncheon

families.PARK and Mrs. George HugginS Mrs. Moeneh with Mrs. Sova'acts Sova,, and ,Miss Cleo Mitchell of .
-Special guests will include Mr ing as installing officer. Besides Callahan. Mrs.' Jeanette Wingatecondu. Shower Honoring'
Edward J. Clark District IV Director officers in photograph, the fol- ed the, pinning ceremony,, Mrs. Hardenbrook 'Foster Shi Smith spoke to theTeacher's ,
w .STARKE'FL-: new members, and the Junior lowing were installed: Madge Mid- and Mrs. Barnell Richardson Club at a Thanksgiving ,

,' ., ,Club. dleton, corresponding secretary;_ as sergeantatarms.Three served ,Mrs. Troy Norman-Mrs. Wilma luncheon, Wednesday in the BHS THE FLORIDA THEATRE
A short business meeting will t .J ___- Cafeteria. 'The'' talk was on the ,
}iy. be held in the lounge at 3 p.m;, O'Brien, and Mrs. Roland McClel- True Wonders of.the World. ;
Sat. Dec. 5, 6 Miss Pat Hobbs Hostesses lan entertained at a delightful I announces'
DOUBLE FEATURE preceding the tea. bridal shower Monday evening, Approximately 50 members enjoyed'the with pr deTheYear's

Santa Fe Passage J is, .Complimented Entertain, Visitors. i. '* Nov. 24, at the home of the latter i At that traditional time food turkey was dinner also- ;
Beth "
John. .Payne. and Rod Cameron Gerry Mooty At Shower-Tea At Lovely: ,Coffee honoring Mrs. Edward Harden taken up for two Thanksgiving Happiest Musical
Has brcbk, the former Earleena Norman
AND Birthday Party baskets. ..
JINX MONEYWith .'.Miss Pat Hobbs, whose marriageto Mrs. .T. ..C. ,,Hazen Jr.:. Mrs. S. A recent bride.-.;
Gerry Beth Mooty celebrated Lloyd Barry will be an ,event G. Denmark and Mrs. J. M. Attractive arrangements of Hatch
Huntz Hall her ninth birthday\ anniversary' of December 20 was the,inspira- Vickers, entertained ,at a, lovely; (;chrysanthemums in shades of yell rs Are Hosts MARDI GRAS"MON.

Plus i Serial and CartoonS Saturday with-a.luncheon for five tion for a delightful miscellaneous. coffee la Friday..morning fro l low and white,- were'used to advantage :At BllffetSupper:

N. friends. shower given last) Friday after 10:30 to" 11:30; ,o'clock honoring in decorating the' party

MON 8 TUES. The luncheon table'carried out: noon at 3:30: o'clock! at,the.;Pecan Mrs,. Sarah ,Barton and'AIrs. rooms for the occasion. The ten Mal. ) ..nd'MrS., H. M. Hatcher 'J _
Dec. 7, 9 the Christmas theme 'with a red Room of the GardenRestaurant.; (Charles Barton of, Atlanta, hoes, guests enjoyed games during the Jr, "entertained' at a delightful _
DOUBLE FEATURE ...;.. linen cloth, centered with a .red Hostesses were, Mrs; Qilbert S. quests: ,of Mrs. H, ,M.: Hatcher\ J f. evening with Mrs. Effie Johns and buffet last Saturday SUN., ., TUES. DEC. 7, 8, 9.

Gun Fire At and white birthday cake. Candy Brown Mrs. O.i, I/., Haynes, 'Jr. of Camp .Blanding. Mrs- Marion Griffis winning supper eve-
cane favors and miniature um. Mrs.' Merrill Struth 'and''.Mrs. 'J. The ,party was held: t at the! prizes. ning for their weekend guests ALL STAR CAST *
, Indian Gap brellas filled with candies at each Wamwright. .Vicker's home on E, Call street > I. Mrs. Sarah Barton and fir and
,Vera Ralston, place' setting further carried out where ., Mrs. C. C.1'Barton' of Atlanta I
Anthony George The tea' table 'was i lovly with .arrangements.of, chrysanthemums : Little Women Ga.
AND the color motif. | a white linen .cloth and placed a t. .were used to, advantage; 'The dining room cable was lovely' Pat Boone Sands
1 the luncheon, ,the -- Tommy
Teacher's Pet ,Following in the one" end 'was an arrangement" of in decQrati g. The coffee table The Little. Women's Club will 1 with a lace cloth and centerpiece -)
girls enjoyed games yard. was attractive ,with
a white cutwork tf The I
poinsettias butfetwas
park Gable and Doris' yellow and white chrysanthemumsnd meet Monday : ,
Day t centered evening at 7:30 o'
Also Cartoon at'the other end was a crystal cloth, with a white clock at the club house. The graced with an. artificial
program Gary Crosby
Al Yancey Host fAt punch bowl..Silver'trays and compotes milk and glass white container, holding yellow will,be on Christmas decorations straw 'turkey' and fruit arrangement -
Ved.'Thur. = Dec. 10 11 Bop Party held dainty sandwiches, Clyde pompoms.. with Shi Anne Smith as ; I
.. Sinclair
L DOUBLE FEATURE cakes: nuts and* mints. presided at the chairman, The" guests were seated at six Christine Gafere --- Sheree North
1 silver coffee service,and Mrs, Vernon card tables after which
FLOOD TIDE Al Yancey,was host to 30 teenagers ,The gift table was piac-ecfat one Silcox assisted in. serving. '' bridge was Fred ClarkIn
played during the
eorge Nader at a Bop party on the Yan end.of',the room:, and ftel4. Michael Twenty guests this delightful
Ray last .evenin enjoyed Floyd Greens' were Mr. and
AND cey terrace Friday of the same yellow affair.' Mrs. R., Cinemascope Color by DeLuxe
S. Johns of Lake -
with each of the guests bringingrefreshments. and .whiteblosom\;and,. gifts Huuerr Brownie Notice
R VERTIGO _. were' .displayed under 9 ; .' j. .ltrr'and. .lt..e"; ,Green. and..son, cal Festival of Life at Y. I.I., and Mardi Gras Time in
James fOow Maxine Andrews Bill, and Mr. and Mrs.-! N. B. Ros The Brownie\ Scouts Vill meet The entire
roasted weujera family will
Stewart and Rim Novak The group end white" umbrella,. love this Jay; Romantic, Musi-!
Also Cartoon around a fire in the yard and also greeted -the i Is Honor ier' and children of Starke, anMr' d Friday afternoon .at 3:30 o'clock New Orleans. A perfect blend of music, comedy and
.MIsStrUth guests Guest
. -" -- enjoyed dancing and-gam, \ and Mrs. (;. H. Dittmar and at the home of Mrs. J. D. Warren
at' the door< '.and-standing, in.the daughter of Jacksonville.. I romance!
.r i At Bridal Shower leader; 321 N..1lyrtie Ave.
v receiving line ,we're Mrs. ,, Miss Hobbs., her mother,
II Mrs., J. C.,Hobbs and,Mrs.L oyd.I: Miss .Maxine Andrews, whose

: Barry of Brooker, mother. ,of ,tha marriage to Stephen. Kelley was '
: ridegroom-elect. an i event,pf Thanksgiving Day,

USE OURLAYAWAY at Biington'sV. .- .bride-to-be... Miss'Jackie, presided Hobbs,at sister the of punch:tlie I',.was bridal; the shower inspiration given Tuesday. for a- lovely evening !- 'OUTJT[ .J MORFSHOPP1NG DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS

,- i Nov., 25, at the,home qf Mrs. .., .. -
: -
bow) and Mrs. Brown,presided t "! .
4 "f "
Small'Deposit will Tyler Jones Hostesses for,the affair J
4 the gift: table. r
j 1 were, Mrs Jones; Mrs. Jack, .
'TweQty-five 1l
guests enjoyed
hold, the following Shoppo'rtunity :: 1l l Parker.,Mrs. Lillie Bridges Mrs:
delightful affair. I
r \ PLAN! E. B. Searing, Mrs.'Fate Brown. r SHOP AT GEM JEWELRY WHERE YOU CAN o

? iterps, until, | Mrs. Alice Edwards l Mrs ,Cpm Uus.. Moore Mrs. Fred

# '' ) 1 1i Moore? Mrs. .A. R. Norman, ,Mrs.
I Christmas ....t, Honored On 79th i Sarah Hunter and Mrs., Leola

: J r, Birthday, Anniversary Roberts.Guests were greeted at the door BUY 0'N' CREDIT!' NO INTEREST OR

,. ,Mrs. Alice'Edwards' 'honor the party rooms were beautifularrangements :
!i"'IIi i iuJlllI: !IIIIIIIIIIItiIo"'oiI'6JJiIItiJjJjIl'IIiIHlIIIJtItIwIi'IiIl' : : !!! IIooIIIIl.'IiII'IIII!' IIIIiIiiIlllHllllilllllllliIllj"IIIIIIII!!" WI1II'! ed-on: her 79th birthday"anni'veN- ,qf yellow and white : CARRYING CHARGE!

chrysanthemums. The refreshment ', .
: ,
Nov. 23, al her home '
f sary in t.- '
Clip and Return
_ this "
.! Ad to Our Store. It I Srooker by. her children and'rienas. table was overlaid' with an
I is Worth $1.00 on Any Purchase imported cutwork cloth and Mrs. DIAMOND
: Zippo
or Pay CigaretteLIGHTERS
I Fred Moore and Mrs Roberts presided i
Arrangements of white.and yelow %VatchesuVatches'%

: i ment. on. Account. Over.:, $5.00 FRI., SAT., -I .G, t chrysanthemums weTe used in over the punch bowl. ,. 1- DINNER from $3.50
Guests were glutted at the door
'the ,
decorating home_ for this: occasion
I .DEC.-6, ., : i :. by Mrs, Parker and Mrs. Bridges. I / !

... Refreshments of birthday cake Standing in the receiving line '. '\ / RING I
lowing guests: Mr. and Mrs: Harry mother oftlw, brid -elect.,and.the

Edwards, Mr. and Mrs.' E. W. Honoree. The, gUests.wer invited From UP j SPECIAL. $14.95 '
19.50 -
1. Balsey 135 Color Slide Outfit Frank; Mrs. Virginia- Sibley, Mr. into the den whpre gifts w rebeautifully. .
.. -
and Mrs.'J. Edwards Jr., Coy: displayed. The guest .. ..
" fie_ 79.50 NOW 49.95 ; and Arthur Eidwards; Mr..and M rs. book, was kept by Miss Sandra I

Ernest Edwards arid. children Jones. i Trade i in You.t' Old. Ring s.Sat ona. Stan Crystal

: 2. Brownie ,8 Movie Camera 3 Lens Mrs. Helen Butler. and children Calling between the appointed New 'One.' Select from one of the' BULOVAS from 35.75
Donna Hough", Alice and Sue Edwards hours, to:nine '
eight 'o'clock- DA'NT'S' $4 50
were Many Beautiful Sets.PEN ELGINS from
(Slightly,Ued Reg. 72.50 ->now 29.95 and Rev. and Mrs. Janjes about 100 guests. \ Interlocking $33.75BUY
Temple and family.. YOU,can see at Gem Jewelry! '
Senior MYF -- -
3. Brownie Movie ProjectoV ;. '49.95 Birthday Party' Group .! 1 : Lovely Necklace Sets SELECTION, IN TOWN!
. Enjoys Hayridet.i i i'L'

4. Bell &: Howell Movie Camera 39.95 For Hope Holliday Thef senior; Methodist Youth 51 :LOCKING INTER, ; from $8.50 WADSWORTH, an Elgin

: < Mr. and Mrs..A.'N. : Holliday. Jr: ]?ellows'hip'enjoyed. a' haynde last f Product Only $19.95 I
and up entertained at a birthday' party Friday evening from the church .

last Fnday-:'evening at: St. ,Ed Ic David Bristow's Kmgslejr Lekhome. e iDjamond .

5. Tape Recorder, Reg. 130.00 now 99.95 ward's recreation, hall. for 'their < -'AN50NJEWELRY TRADE IN YOUR OI.D.T

.. daughter, Hope,,>who ,was eele- The 23' young folksy rode ont a a : '
truck loaned 3 t For Men from $2.50 FOR A NEW ONE
1 bralinff her twelfth anniversary by Carl Johns and ? Rings ,
6. Motorola arid '
Voice i of Music The Hall was-gayly I decoratedfor driven by Merrill Struth.. When .

Stereo the:occasion..with' red ant they)arrived'at ,the rage theme -
'phonographs ) .t = ) I ,
uonly 99.95 .- BIRTHSTONE RINGSWide
green crepe paper streamers and joyed; soft' drinks, and Full l'/2 Carat "
cookies. for' $675.00 IDENTS FOR BOYS
'mantel Sponsors the >
the held a-center arrangement : group Selection from '
7. 10 K. Cultured Pearl Ring arid Necklace of' red hybiscus, and green are Mrs.. ,Del Colley and Mr. 8 rte -
1 C'r t'$429.00,1,
The punch table further tow. AND GIRLS
: ery. carried -
Reg. 19.95.. Buy for .
: Ring 12.95 out the red-and green-color i. =

GET: NECKLACES F R E E niotif. Wesleyan Guilds Full 34 Carat 350.00 J Lady Shaeffer SetiWaterman

The 30 guests enjoyed dancing Parker
and games throughout the even- Schedule Meetings Special '#' Carat '$250100 -
8. Westinghouse Elec. in We Engrave Three Letters on any PENS $2.95 and
Rotisserie ,. '\ if __. : t up

"..Reg? 40.00() ..,; NOW 19.95 .were'"Asaisting Mrs O Mr, L.-and' Haynes.Mrs-,HoW Sr.,and day. First Wesleyan Methodist, Guild Church No. 2 will of meetTuesdaYr th ; additional purchase; : more _

' Dec. 9, at 7:30: at the JJeauHfidpjajnond SetsAS oosFfR OEr -FRatEnE" GarWt : i
't' i j i < Mrs. A N.-Holliday, Sr. home of .MrsElden Mathews Prince .Billdlds

. 9. Washable Artificial i -'.. FREE
. Flowers Special Meeting Guild Nd. 1 will meet at the LOW AS '34.50 and Sets from $5.00GEM ,

'I same'time in,the Fellowship HalL .. .
HAbf \PJ.ij t '- '
"I I J Ja
.. .
. \ Lhlr To.Discuss Show Circle 4 of theWSCS: wIll meetJuesdiy.'Dec i

: ,.9, atsth ,pirsonagat e I
A special meeting.I,will be held 8 p.nuwith Airs. Don Kekomoor'and t j I

in the Woman's Club at 7 o'clock Mrs. 'John Torode .as hosteps- WE GIFT WRAP ,I

: BULLINGTON on Thursday. Dec 11. for>Juniarclubwomen fS'WesleYan' Jew I

" to discuss, plans' for Service' Guild. Unit i ry

the upcoming Variety Show. Miss I, will meet at the home of Mrs. FREE

help outline the show. All mem 7 o'clock for-a covered' dish supper 105 East tall"1 Starke, Fla., Phone WO 4-5211
- tiers art urged to attend thispottant im and! Christmas "white eleplianf I
meeting.. .* I sale

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Y. DEC. 4, 1958

-.-.- .. M.. .....- ...... ...-wi ...,. '. I -:- ::-.- '. -< p,r.p
., ... .. "-- .. "- Mrs./Tyfer Jones of Starke and, Mrs. H. G. Boninger and daughters -r Mr. and lira. Rotert- Knig.ntpnd Mrs. D. C. Forehand : u.
and Mr. Mrsi': M. WI'dressier '.
Mrs. Lloyd Herrin of Callahan I r : and .llrsI Mr. and Mrs; tf. 'L. Moxfty a-d
spent Wednesday, to children of Orlando 1
Saturday are spending and Mrs. Rdlpti: Allison of Albany' William
visited Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hardi- ( I K. Booth and daughter family were irt Looumwe, UA. last
z with Mr. and Mrs: Donald Tuesday to Thursday with her Ga. win be
overnight guests Saturday I ,
Tammy went to Stuart weekend Mrs.
gree in Miami over the visiting: her uoihjr,
over the
Mr. and weekend. Winters in Hattiesburg MissV: parents;,Mr. and Sun. G. E.. Snow. .of Cot and Mrs., T. T.I weekend to visit relatives. Erma Netherland
Mrs.J. H. Ritch are
VWVIiN visiting their, son; and daoghter- Mr. and Mrs. Ned: Yancey and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Long. Mrs. M. r;. McMillan and children Mr. and Mrs. E. P, Renner were
n-law, Mr. ,and Mrs. Hamilton family were visiting'her mother rew.Reddish were Mr: and Airs..xM. Mr. and Mrs. i E. D. Tenly were will be in Wuitman, Ga. this visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Vlasu-
I flit NEWS Hitch in Johnson. while Mrs. Mrs.. J. P. Stevens from Wednesday 'A 1\t-.. Thomas Jr. andv son' of in ReldsvQle, .Ga; over the weekend weekend visiting her parents Mr. laer in Jacksonville Head the
Ritch, is convalescing from to Friday in Sanford restown. N. J. and Mr. and visiting 'Mr. and Mrs. W. it. and Mrs. T. B. Rogers. first part of the .week.

rr.L.a..a..L .a..L.'. .. ..r.If- broken hip.Phone a. Mrs. George Flynn, Jr. and ,Mrs.: Thomas Sr. .of Orlando. Walters and family.Mr. Mrs. William K. Booth and Mr. and Mrs. Irvm Cox and
) WO 4-8201 for Rug family spent Thanksgiving with ,Mr, and Mrs G. E, Snow spent : and Mrs., W. D. Sexton and daughter, Tammy of Webb AFB, family of Jacksonville were Sunday
Lt. CO}. J. A. Griffin Capt. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor and Cleaning Service. her parents Mr, and Mrs. R. S.McAteer the weekend in Live Oak with relatives children of Decatur, Ga. and Mrand Texas, are spending from Nov. 15 visitors of Mr. and Mrs O.

Robert.Jackson, and Maj. H. M. I family spent Thanksgiving week }[r. and Mrs. E. F. Miles were in Tampa while Mr. ., Mrs. ThtTrman Hathaway and to Feb. 5) with her parents. Mr. F. Siemer Sr.
Hatcher Jr. are in .Nashville end at Cedar Key. inMiami from Saturday to Tuesday Flynn was hunting.. ::Mr.,and Mrs. Drew Reddish and children of Macon Ga. were :I i and Mrs. M.' W. Cressler while Mrs. D.
J. Clark of Is
Tenn. this week on business. CoLGriffm Tampa
Mrs. Grace Ritch and children to attend the .funeral ot, a Mrs. Fay Smith of Atlanta was family were guests of her .mother Thanksgiving weekend guests ,ot j her husband is attending ins 1- spending this
will go on to Washington, and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hazen, Jr niece, Mrs. William Crocker.Mr. I a recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. ,.Mrs. W. H. Edwards, in Jack Mr. and ,Mrs.. 'Calvin Johns. I ment school at Waco, Texas. Henrietta Hunt.week with Mrs.
D. C. fcr several days before re-.i spent Thanksgivong day with Mr sonville last -- -
and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and George Flynn, Jr. Wednesday and
turning. I and Mrs. Hazen. Sr. in Gaines- family visited M 's. O. W. Barry ,Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn. ac- Thursday, .. ,.. .
.. .
Mrs. M. F. Brown of Starke and ville., In Brooker Mr.: and Mrs. C. L. Hill and L : < A"1 .
on Sunday for ompaiied by Mr. and Mrs. J. T. <.<'. \ '$ ",
son, Dr. Marcus Brown of Cone I Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowenf Thanksgtving-dinner and to cele- Quigley and Mrs. Jennie Thorn- daughters patty ana Kathy, of :,;" I" fY'''' ''''' ., .. ,

Memorial Hospital Greensboro. N. f and family were Friday evening brate Mrs. Barry's birthday. quest were business,, visitors to Clearmont, Caiif.jjarrive;; Dec. 18 {' ..... ..'}j-ssxcti.,... w.... .sawaat.,,.,.=.Nwbv.. ''iI "''.,,. ."',:.".''''W'. ,'' ". .. ..., ..
C. from guests of tot the holidays < .Y -
spent Mr. "
Nov. 22 to Nov. 25 I supper and Mrs. .Mr. and Mrs. Merrtt Edwards Gainesville .Friday. spend Christmas if' 'N : '
In Miami where Dr. Brown took Wayne Douglas in Jacksonville. and family drove their son Jer- Phone WO 4-3201 for Rag with he|'jnothec?,;;..Mra* .. Bertha ::1F: .rbi "

the State Board examination. Phone WO 4-3201 for Bog omeback to FSU in Tallahassee Cleaning Service. Pearce.wJ.

Miss Florence Brown 'of Miami Cleaning Service. Sunday after he had spent the Mrs. Sue Myrick returned home Attending the Methodist.Gaines

returned with. ,them for the,week Mr. and Mrs. R.'J. Whiddon of holiday weekend at home. Saturday after a 3 month visit ville District' ,Difference' at. Hawthorne -
end. Tifton, Ga. spent the weekendwith Mrs. Billy Dowling and children with her son and family in Fine on Tuesday were: Hev.I ,, to
Personalized Hallmark Christmas Mr and Mrs. J. G. Holton spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Beach. N. Y. While there the My- I' Donald Kokomoor,:T. H. Slade Sr., '<'>.,.\ ', ... owerfuIr" ,
Cards. Name Imprinted. and Mr..and Mrs. Eston Jordan and Mrs.. Leighton Hood in_ Pa-: Ticks! visited in Niagara Falls Mrs. C. E. Johns Mrs. W. L. "

Each card individually hand Mr. and Mrs. F., B. Beard, Sr. latka. New York and Canada. Mrs. My "Blair-and Mrs. Titus Olson. '1-=>. <:(.t .;-
stamped. Quick service at But Mrs. Myldred Cuttino and dau g .Mr. and Mrs. Bob Powell and rick was confined to the Naval Mr., and Mrs. B. E.' Smith and '=>$.f"L 4 L .S
hospital in three family of Hamlet N. C. were ... : .. \La A3 kC I&c: : +>tiw
lington's. ter, Melody spent last Thursdayand sons of Newton, N. C.. spent the Philadelphia t%; J.a .
Friday with Mr. and Mrs. weekend weeks while visiting her son. weekend guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. -
Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley m. of in Florida and visited $! wt. a
Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. L. C_ Adams and Shi Smith. ..
I Beard Jr. in .
St. Albans W. Va. spent last ;
.relatives son, Mike Flynn of Jacksonville Alterations and Slip Coven \ .I
Wednesday to Saturday with their Miss Nancy Clark of Ocala 31

parents Mr..and Mrs. Harley Jr. the -weekend guest of her aunt, Alterations and Slip Covers, have moved into their home on made to order at Starke Dry .." ...y.- ,. ..', .,;;.;;."."'.,,.....",....."" ,2"1.:."-",".:
made to Bedford Lake Shores. 1rfik.etransferred .Cleaners. \ ., ,. <"" :
'and Mr. and Mrs. Barney McRae. Mrs. C. 'D. Williams./ order at Starke Dry! '" ;$'
Cleaners.! from Robt. E. Lee Mr. and .Mrs. J. N. Surrencyand i V
Mrs. Barney McRae Jr. and Bensons Old Home Fruit Cake High School, where he was memo Mrs. Jim Dyal'of Tampa,'andMr. l %
Mr*. Norman Ives -of Lake S Ibs Mr.'and Mrs. R. E. Coker and j j
City $3.00; Available from her> of the football team to BHS and Mrs. Buster Surrency of : .
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Barney Methodist W. S. C. S. Call Mrs. son, and F.: R. Coker of Lakeland, Monday. Savannah, Ga. were weekend -

McRae and family last Thursday I Titus Olson WO 9.1121 or Sirs. and Mr. and Mrs M. E. Coker and Miss Vida Jean Gentry returned L .CntAata-----:' nt-- .TUF'..*. -an/f.- .U....... lA/tllio........
afternoon. I son of Jacksonville were weekend i !
George Huggins, WO 44863. Sunday to Wesleyan (
College, Macon -
guests of Lt.. Pnl ,.and Mrs .T. A, Dyal.Mrs. sT
--' --- -- -- Ga. .
Griffin. after spending the Albert PeYreault, son
Thanksgiving holidays with her Charles and daughters, Ann and
Mr. and Mrs. Strickland
F. W.
parents, Mr.; and Mrs.; J. L.'Gen. Jane of West Palm Beach were
LOCAL MANAGER FOR have had as'guests Hamilton
Wednesday to
Sunday guests of
Strickland of Miami and Greig try.Mrs.. R. H. Kennedy of Crystal Mr, and Mrs. Carl Johns and
oyer: of Jacksonville all last River was over night guest of her daughter, Sandra.

Jim Walter eek: Mr and Mrs. H. W. Moyer sister Mrs. Floyd Green Friday' Mr, and Mrs. J, F. Bloodworm

Corp. Jacksonville: on Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Green were Mr s. and family were in Quincy over
and Homer Strickland of Finley DeBerry Mrs. Clarence the weekend visiting her parents,
ebastaiz. over the weekend. Andrea and John Saunrenson of Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Brandon Sr. \
Mr. and Mrs.
"World's Home Wesley Andrews Panama Citythey also, attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. Owen Vaughn and
as guests during the weekend funeral of Walter Alvarea son-in-law and daughter Mr, and
Builders"M arl Anderson of Bartow and Mr. and Mrs. Corbin Carnell Mrs. W. V. Green Jr. of Kaleiga,

rs. N. E. Roberts, Sr. and Mrs. and sons were Sunday guests of j: N. 0, were visiting Mrs. S. O. t iW tC+:. N.
WILL BE IN STARKE Marcus Howard of Lake Butler.Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. Truluck in .Jacksonville on Sat

and Mrs. C. A. Yancey and Mr. and Mrs. James Dreier,and urday.

EACH THURSDAYAT and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yancey of son of Toledo, Ohio arrived Saturday Alterations and Slip Covers 100 PLUS for the ultimate in luxury performance.

Jacksonville were Sunday visitorsof Nov. 22, for a two weeks made to order at Starke Dry Choose the Over 100 octane plus every worthwhile protective
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey. visit with Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Cole, Cleaners. feature.
New Alterations Department at Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Noegel lire. V. S. St. John was visiting best I
Starke Dry Cleaners. and son were Thanksgiving guestof Mr.: St. John in Ellenton over the I very SUPER 5-D a super premium at ordinary premium i iI

STARKE HARDWARE CO. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins spent Thanks- Mr. and Mrs Elmer Johns. sweekend.. gasolene I for price. Perfect for today's high compression auto- '
giving with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ruskin. Mrs. Henry Stefanelli and Fid mobiles.

T 12:30 P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. Guy in Gainesville. Her granddaughter Bensons Old Home Fruit Cake. fIG Carusoof Keystone Heights I1.ILEMASTER-premium performance, regular price
Jane Guy returned 3' Ibs. spent Monday and Tuesday visiting your car
$3.00: Available from Stepped t up octane power, and mileage!
with her to spend the weekend.Mr. Methodist W. S. C. S. Call Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stefanel
and Mrs.' Guy Andrews werehests Titus-Olson WO 9.1121 or Mrs.\ li and<'Mr and Mrs. Sam Carusoin

to 40 guests at a family reunion George Hugpins, WO 4-4863. Jacksonville. SILCOX
For. Appointments CITIES
Thanksgiving dinner. The Mr. and ]Mrs. Jessie Coleman Mr -and ''Mrs. T. H; FreemanSr

;I: occasion was the 63rd wedding anniversary and daughters were visiting of Tampa were Monday guestsof
EV 7-1141 Collector of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. friends and relatives in Georgia Mf. and Mrs>: Owen Vaughn. 705 Temple Avenue S to rite. Fla.IE .

Andrews from Wednesday to Saturday last
STARKE WO 4.5311 Bensons Old Home Fruit Cake week. -

3 lbs. $3.00; Available from Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott

Methodist W. S. C. S. Call Mrs. ; of Gainesville, Mrs. Gertrude Gar .

"/f'It's A Quality Home .. Titus Olson WO 9-1121 or Mrs, l land.-Mrs. Lois Diddell Mrs. Jennie I jL :: Come in and Register for the World's

George Huggins, WO 4-4863. Thornquest, and Sam Johnson, .
Dr.'and Mrs. O. L.Haynes anatrilly d all of Jacksonville .were .Thanksgiving ,". Largest Toy-Filled Stocking -:- Now on

It's A Jim, Walter Home"w spent the long weekend guests at the,home of .Mr. 1 : '4)a
--- ith her parents Mr. and Mrs. :and Mrs.-. T. Quigley.Mrs. Display., To be Given Away Saturday,

.. l II I David. Scott, in Decatur Ga .Alice Coleman was a substitute ( '' ,.a. Dec. 20 to the Lucky Child.
Dr> and Mrs. David Yarn and Sunday School teach r.,for Bring Your

YES. three daughters of Fort Meade Mrs.; Howard Coieman-wftoV-waa. Friends!
were weekend guests of Dr. and injured in an auto accident, last
STUMP'SIS Mrs. H.: Adams. Friday night. ? i
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moseley of Jimmy Lawson spent the weekend ;a. "y FREE! No Purchase
: : l Necessary
Memphis, Tenn. arrived Sunday with Buddy Baker in Jacksonville. ? i

to stay through the Christmas +
holidays with their son, Dr. and Miss Ginger Jones studentnurse
: A SANTA Mrs. James E. Moseley at the ,,at St. Vincent's 'School .of

COOPERATOR State Farm and with their dough Nursing, was home Tuesday ..and

ter. Dr: and Mrs. H. H. Adams Wednesday. .1 ; :
., ,and family in Starke. Mrs. Kate 'Sheppard spent

Janice Vickers spent the weekend Thanksgiving weekend in Winter ;
Garden with Mrs. R. 1
with her grandparents, Mr. Wright ?
.. and Mrs. A. G. Gowen in *\>lkston, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bolden, of
Ga. Opalocka spent the past week i
.Mrs. A. I. Spencer Mrs. .RubyPugate. with Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith. ... 1r!
and Mrs. Carl The Smith's son Mike, returnedto ( -
Jacksonville were Sunday school Wednesday after a ton- eft 39.00 CLOCK RADIO 24.95
t afternoon guests of Mrs. ,Charles silectomy Nov. 21 at Bradford '., ,
.' ";" '' __ _
County _
Darby and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Hospital. M b, _
They &D attended the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts and '
\ funeral of
their Curtis Roberts spent the weekend 9.95
aunt Mrs. J. E. Fugate in DOLLS Only 5.95

;.. .. > t::) : Alachua Sunday afternoon.Mr. with Mrs. E. C. Roberts and MrsMaude J -

:. ,..::..... .d and Mrs. W. N. Littlefieldand Cates Roberts at Daytona
c- ... ': / .4\... daughters of Immokalee Beach.
n. (Mr. and Mrs. O .F.! Siemer Sr. 695: BATHROOM 4.95.
: Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr, SCALES
<. ft f\. and.Mrs. J. M. Vickers. spent Thanksgiving- with Mr. and F ..

.. ,...':- -. :j New Alterations Department at Mrs- H, P. Booe in Jacksonville.ANNOUNCING .
.'.< ( .
I < ': Starke Dry Cleaners

., '," } .Mr grid Mr -,ffln er.Johns and '. "
;.t ..
'" son Larry, visited relatives here '! 25.00 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC 32.50 ROLLECTRIC.

,,' over the weekend, and Mrs. Johns
: and son stayed for a longer ,visit. A NEW Scheduleof .- Giant I DEEP FRYER 12.95 RAZOR 22.50

W ,,aiehappy to be, a part of this coopera- Mrs. D. R. Edwards, and Mrs. -

W. E. Silcox of Fort Lauderdaleand Exciting Shows! (FRL, SAT. ONLY)

tiveefforL of the Starke Retail Merchants Ruffin Edwards of Jacksonville =,' S. 35.00 SLICE POP-UP
were Sunday visitors of Mrs. '" lZe make this the happiest, most i A. Z. Adkins Mrs. John Love Wil- ". 1( TOASTER 22.95 17.50 SCHICK ELECTRIC
1 kes, and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews .
colorful Christmas : d RAZOR only 12.95
Shopping Season mlib
ever Mr. and.Mrs. Jeff L. Ray of / S : as.1! 3900. DUAL. CONTROL

seen in Starke. Waldo were Thanksgiving day (FRI, SAT. ONLY)

guests of Mr. and. Mrs. ClarenceW. Electric BLANKET 21.95

Colson. Stocking .
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dansby of I i i ir Remington Lady Razor
Shop With Us,And Save YourShopportunitY Jacksonville spent Thanksgivingday

I with Mr, and Mrs.. R. O. Nt REG., 6.95, 6VOLTHUNTING FRI. SAT. Only 14.95
ffI ,'
Coupons For, Dansby.Mr. : ;o,' .$35 LIGHT
and Mrs. J..P'DiU were ? p -
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrix "'" --IF= : 1 7 TRAVEL SETS only 1.00
The Grand t ,
in "
Palatka last Wednesdayand
Now irl .
Thursday. you can enjoy the th 11! I ; KNIVES
: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen and packed performances of M r t ONE ONLY $75--35 MM

children spent last week in rineI d's "educated" pot: t CARVING SET only 4.95

I CASH AWARDS PARTY Dahlonega Ga. with Dr. and Mrs poises, immediately following { CAMERA ,Only 39.95.

Argin Boggus. The men were each of the ever .. popular I
hunting in the mountains while 'Jumping and Underwater ; .., .
v. -. :r.". t. ... ,
there. .

SATURDAY, DEC. 19STAMP'S Personalized Cards'! Name Hallmark imprinted.Christmas feeding COMPLETE programs.- SHOWS BEGIN. ', ROY ROGERS Double Holster Sets 20% Off

Each '
card '
Individually 9:30 11:00 12:30 .MN.w.4wIF+ ;!)' N
stamped. Quick service at Bol.
nnrtoD' 2:00 3:30 4:50;,

Rev. and Mrs. C. W. McDonald Look in on the mysterio

end children of Bradenton'were life beneath the'sea .. .' .
last Thursday and Friday guestsof Prescriptions are our main business. Three
1 1t Rev and Mrs.J. E. Sherwood. through' 300 portholes at theworld' ,
foremost oceanariunL Pharmacists to serve you day and night. Call
Charlotte Bradley of Lees rg
t DEPARTMENT STORE spent Thursday to Sunday with OCH WO 4-4401 for FREE DELIVERY.

.. Agnes Douglas while her brother MARlNELANDON -
E.. CALL- ST.- Henry Bradley. was the guest of: n'3 .1 '
Sonny and Arlen Bias. FLORIDA AIA
t New Alterations Department aStarkoDry t IS'mi. So. St. Augustine f... .



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Lawtey Politicoes Infant Benhefield Final Rites Held I' ADMINISTRATOR Case Na 12-C70

Hospital HereIs Council Eyes ruby 1 Slade TOLL WHOM IT MAY CONTERJf NOTICE TO APPEAR,
All UnopposedFor Richard Boone Bennefield. infant Notice is hereby given that I To: Ruby Jean Brook. whos.
For I. G. Harris have filed my final returns as Administrator residence and address la''Unknown.
.First Time son of John P. and Dorothy Tree, Problems;, of the Estate of Ethel You are hereby notified that a suit
: Bryan Bennefield of Starke, died I FeaturedIn M. Jiggs deceased: that I have filed for divorce '
(Case In HandsOf my petition for final discharge'andI
Theatre has beer. tiled
Although there was no opposi-' in a local hospital Friday mcrning ManagerIra Plans.S wer Lift I apply to the Honorable Theron in the above name Court against and<< cause you
tion lor any of the candidates in after a bile illness. He was born A. Yawn County Judge of Brad and you ''are required to serI a
the Lawtey election Tuesday all in Starke 7 1958. ford County, Florida. on December18th copy of your answer or pleading to
on Aug. ,
Gordon Harris 50 former I 1S5S at 10:00 AM.
Magazine T rees and for approval the complaint the Plaintiffs At-
their care removal, f on
( Federal
offices, except that 'of City Cleric I t I Besides his parents, he is survived manager of the Florida Theatrein with", t j attention, to. JuryA of the same and for final torney Green & Green. Starke Florida .
and Marshall, had write-in candi-(I by two brothers and five especial" stumps discharge as administrator of the and file the original in the office
Starke, died Thursday, Nov. came .up for discussion at the estate of Ethel M. Biggs deceased. of the Clerk of the Circuit
dates. i sisters. 2S. in the Veterans Hospital. Our Biadfcrd Dated this November 15th, 1J58 atStarkE' Court. bb or' before the 21 day of
County hospital regiilar meeting Starke City ,
Top total of votes. 63, was cast I I Funeral services were held in Atlanta Ga: after an illness of I has .received acclaim' throughout Council'uesday.night.Councilman: U. S. District Court jury S-Owen." Bradford.W. Griffin County, Florida. December.: 1>58: otherwise the allegations .
for Mrs. Ethel Reddish for the Thursday mOl ning of said Complaint will betaken
City Airpark Baptist Church at the was '
several months., southeast Owen W. .
'in Griffin
'the November is- J..D. weighingof Administrator as confessed by ;you.
Doyle was
Clerk, and L. P. Rafuse polled 5a. 10:30 a. m. Monday with Rev. evidence in the the Estate of Ethel M.
Biggs deased.
case ; -
roe.of Southern. Trubyc This notice shall be published once
Born Feb. I, 1908 in Dallas, Ga., Hospitals.The to .contact' Sapp Tree .
Mayor Charles Shuford went ,I Lacy Conway officiating. i each week for four consecutive week
back into office for another one : Burial was in the family plotin he was the son of Mrs. Alice magazine featured the Service' and obtain an estimate ot .Slade of Hampton charged with 1120| 4112-11 in the Bradford County Telegraph.
term with 49 There' Ragsdale Harris and the late story of thehospital with V picture cos ts.,' .Mr. Sapp had attended, a removal and concealment of non Dated this 19 day of November
;year Sapp Cemetery under the direction 1958.; .
were 19 write-in votes for Fred of DeWitt C. Jones, Joseph Eli Harris. ,ofit on the front cover and recent meeting; and offered to ta -pald whisk The verdict (OFFICIAL SEAL

Moore and for Hubbard Manager of the Florida Theatre a four-page= ,story enitled "A Storyof make 'such'an estimate without I NOTICE TO DEFEND CHARLES A. DARBY,
one Harley not known
was at
Funeral Hcme. press f. Circuit Coart .
: Rradfud CMaty.Florlaat Clerk of the Circuit CourtEy
for Mayor. here since 1948, Mr. Harris wasa Dedicationrand!, Cooperation." charge. ,Mr.:, Doyle, was also instructed Testimony in the I> Cbeat.,,.. Marian I* Crosby DeputyHZl4tt2lS

Two two-year terms for Dinkins Sr. was elected with 43 veteran of World War n. He was It, includes three Interior pictures to get cost' of equipment :.Slade case againstR James E. Brooks Plaintiff, vs. I Clerk.
councilman votes. There were also wnteinsfor ; a member of the First Baptist ,and t1e hospital floor plan. for the city,to do the work ,if the and Walter uby Jean Brooks Defendant |

had two candidates. ..Bry this office, one going to O. J., Church of Starke the Elks Lodge Bradford 'County hospital was professional services are too costch:Gainesville, indicted on the same
ant Reddish, incumbent. and i<:d. chosen'for arge, was completed late Wednesday -
Phillips! and 11 to Hubbard Hat- Veterans of Foreign Wars, and this honor when i
ward Massey., running for the seat ley. E.: A. Massey has been filling a former member of the Starke came accredited for a three,year contract with Sam Wall,,con- afternoon. Closing .arguI -

which is noW held Dy Fred Moore. this office by appointment Rotary Club.Surviving period last May making it" the tr-ctor! 'building U.. S. 201 will be I ments were heard Thursday morning TERWILLEG MOTORS

Reddish received 59 votes, Massey since :Mr. Green left, but did not his wife. Virginia smallest, hospital in the south to signed this week,, for :installation and the jury 'began, its deli :
46 and write-ins I afe beration.
were distributedas I
win such accreditation of a sewer lift:station.and extension .
follows: Hubbard Harley: J:>;;; run.This is the first time In the Moore'Harris; a son, Gary, and a Bradford County hospital was; .of.the trunk sewer to the new Both Slade and Conrad denied -

Fred Moore', 1, and Earl Teston, 1. memory of any of the townspeople his daughter mother, Karen, Mrs., all Alice.of Ragsdale Starke; opened,inilarch1956; and received city limits ,north ,of. .own., Contract they had any knowledge of moonshine Your Car Is Worth More NOW Than Ever

For the one year unexpiredterm I interviewed that voters went Its o one-year accreditation after price is f65,009i: whiskey concealed in a Before. WE
left Harris; 'three brothers Raymond NEED USED CARS. Visit
vacant when Preston .
to the polls with a complete Elate six, months. This, too, was an I .An invitation to Haas and broken down bread truck that'was
Creen moved from town, Paul I and 'J. C. Harris, both of tzgerald. Hut hauled Terwillegar Motors TODAY and See How
unopposed. honor as few' hospitals, receive ch isoil- and being from Orange Park
Ga., and Cecil Harris engineering city"plan Easily You Can Be The Proud Owner of
_1 such 'accreditation within'this consultants' to Gainesville by wrecker last
ning- to meet with L
Savannah Ga. and four sisters
; ,
short time. City Council De .- 16, will 'be sent January 1. They 'said their presence -I A NEW 1959 FORD!
Mrs. J. B. Pope, Mrs. Asa Smith,,
The Matching: funds can toe obtained; in the vicinity was coin
and Mrs. P. C. Ragsdale, all of hospital was (built with
Fitzgerald, and Mr?. Jesse Liv- Hin-Bijl.t n 'tunds and a jshare.ofthe I for many: city improvements it: cidental.

ingston! Savannah. county's race" track funds a t the city has a 'plan of progress I II Douglas Hardy of Starke, driverof An Ideal Family Gift .for. Christmas

a,,total cost of $360.256.00 that,: meets :approval. It is with I the wrecker that was' towinghe
Funeral services held Sunday
this in mind that the invitation : truck to Gainesville, testified ,
at 1 in the First Sincethe1rst.month.of.; operation "
p. m. Baptist
Church with Rev. L. D the hospital has met expenses was sent. that he received a: phone ,call to 1959 FORD from rwillegar Motors
A deed to a'5? foot strip of pick up the truck, which had ,
Haines officiating. The body was; with:receipts'from services ,
land through the of broken down
property with a damaged
taken to Douglass, Ga. for burial rendered to patients. All tax
James,W.< Thomas for a road "wasoffered wheel,, and that he
happened to
; has been .
Active money placed in
pallbearers were Robert a reserve
I the city by 'Mr; Thomas see Slide at B & G Truck Stop
for V check with
Barksdale, James A. .Lewis, Jesse contingency and a future Clyde Terwillegar
The land, north of Hercules Powder and asked Slade to follow him to
; building expansion
Newsome J. E. TomlInson, Jim program, accOrding -i C ..'is cleared and ready forgrading" the site. Hardy said the lights
to the article. I
Lovette, and N. L. Woodburn. '
,and runs from' Euclid tothe '
on. his wrecker were faulty and
Arrangements were in charg Need for the hospital had been: I Peggy tracks.
lie asked Slade to him
of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. recognized by the community and: I In Slade's car in order accompany to provide H TODAY !
in 1951 bill
a was passed by the
W E. ,Thornton light. The prosecuting attorney
MAYOR'S COURTOnly State Legislature providing for m. r
I said this testimony conflicted with
Bradord County' hospital
l .corpor an earlier statement
... two defendants appeared I ation. The trustees' were appointed Retired Chief given by
Hardy in which he said Slade '
in "Mayor's" Court Monday morn by Gov. Fuller Warren from -

i ing and two forfeited bond by not local recommendations. Construction Dies' In asked him to pick up the truck. ,

.:! i .siouYt c appearing to defend charges against was started in, the fall Hospital Highway patrol officers testified Sell It Rent It Trade It
I that
they the
0Ut them.Pleading of 1954. 4, spotted whiskey-

it 0eS1a guilty to the charge of For the first William E. [Ebb! Thornton, 69, laden truck on the highway near '
--01a six months of 1958
public intoxication, R. L. Threat there were 32 charity patients member of the Starke Police Force :I Orangs Heights, concealed ,themselves I. %WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED$
; '. > since 1925 and waited until-the
t'' : te -/v was sentenced to pay a fine of the hospital with bills amounting and Chief of Police for wrecker

$27 or spend five days in jail. to $7.948, of which $5,116 was returned 12 years,.died in a local hospital 1 and Slad1/ appeared at the..

--:- On a charge of reckless driving, to the. hospital after the last Friday morning,after an ex- scene. Conrad later 'came up, in; 20 WORDS OR LESS, O.e UirrUoa (MUIaim Charge) ___ .f. |

causing an accident, J. L. Key, cases te nded' illness.. another car the officers testified,, I BACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER SO ___ ____ 4t Per W.f4aer. .
were approved by the
county Born in Baker, and they all moved off towardGainesville : DISCOUNT ov REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD
sey pleaded not guilty. He was health County June 1, : -
*,- judged guilty and fined ?52 or 10 partments.- 1893, he was the son ofthe late when the arrest of

days. Jones, and ,Mary Bryant Thorn Slade and Conrad was made. CLASSIFIER DISPLAY --___-__-, $I5 ,Per Iieh Pint Iiiertloi

.. Those not appearing wer& Vol- The average daily' census'is between ton. He was a member of the SUM* PER INCH FOR 84ME AD REPEATED ONE! OR MORE TIMES
80 and! 90 per cent of ca- Pre-Sentence Probe
lie Willard Browning, charged with Starke Church of Christ Bradford CARDS OF THANK T. 50 Wrdi) ---__ __ tJ t

reckless driving, bond $27, and: pacity.been'madefor Already provisions' have Lodge No. 35 F. & A. M., and Ordered For Negro -__ ___ OVER 80 WORDS _u_______________ 4 C...s PerW1MORII.gAND W.ri
two additional
Janice Marie Hahn, running a relight I semiprivateBrooms in ''trienearfuture Woodmen of the World.'He'' retired RESOLUTIONS --------__j_____ 4 C..t! TtripEEi w...
FLORIDA .bond $12. Bond, in 'both and as Chief of Police last June dueto'ill In Assault Case
Bank added .will terequired. -Double cylinder hook up FOR RENT
cases"was ii ited. \ space health.. % -FurnUhed -upstalri
c ii -t
for, cost of gas ONLY. Slade Gas Co. apartment,' 2 bedrooms.
One of. 28 Banks in' .- Contact Mrs.
atStarkeMember The charge"of 'driving j Sureiyicg"-are three, daughters;, A pre-sentence" ig ,tion tfcbg. Paul Raymond, 241 South St." tfcBg.'OK .

the Florida' National m a driver's license against without ,The"' article points out the'wis- Mrs. Annie ,Mae Morris,:Starke; 'wasorderedby :C r uit"CourtJudge FOR RENT-Furnished first floor F' SALK -.Penta process treaua

Group G.. Dillinger was postponed and dom used by the trustees 'in securing Mrs. 'Selma :"Brons'oh.: Orang bufg. George L; Patten'-Wednesday apartments. Close in desirable lo- fence posts. 4 miles North on 3V1.;

Federal Deposit Insurance that of Norman William Snell- the services of hospital administrator I. S; C.; and. Mrs. Willa Mae M<:- .--Nov.- 26-- for"James"Randolph cation. All 228'oonvenlences W. Madson .St.W.Uchg H.oilman. Green & .Hat ken fost Co. tTci4

.. .-.-- -'.. Corporation, graves for ex ess speed, was held R. E. Edmondson I in Intyre :Auburrida'le; -one" son; 'El.-! --17 year (cld Negro: who pleaded WE HAVE; L new .lOaD'program for
L -- '' "-- 'over ,tm -next week.IT'S .--' '-' '''- !w time: to haveih1m.'woItwI! ? ''the bert :ErIe',Thomt rt;'-.Staik'e two guilty:'to aggravated assault 'against .' farmer.'*,. Loans oi 1 to 6 year

i r architect in the plpnning/of .the brothers, ,Henry, ''Raiford, and' Ira Ha'mnton,..N v.- 12. KEROSENESMOKELESS for the of the entire farmer credit,and bit requirements fam.

-- :: i b It .points, out-the; excellent John' Thornton", J cksonvil ;' one, Since. Randolph is ,a ''mi or his ODORLESS ily. Gainesville Production Credit"

layout of the work 'areas'.1 in sister,- Mrs" Kate '.Dixpn, 'Starke. '; ather,' Jessie .Randolph, 'was In _Association Gainesville, Fla.' (20 tforth Main.tfch"

S I relationship to the rooms and the and eight" grandchildren.1 court also. < 15.9 Per Gal ,
fact;,that ,the.cost of the' o 'RADIOS ?.a.riUD!:
hospital 'FuneraF
'services 'were' held'; in Pleading guilty, to a"charge of AT YOUR IMPERIAL An Hake All V.*.
was, only $256 over 'the 'original the Starke':Church of 'Christ Sunday withholding! suppOrt' from two Ie.......* Charge ._ puut'"

estimate. afternoon at'' 2:30.:. with. .Rev.C. minor' children.- Leon ,Bright, SERVICE STATION MiEPIIKBD-S!.... iGreea RADIO. 0"."..TV.

', ., L,, Oyerturf officiating.'Burial: Negro, was judged guilty and sentenced UI.W..tall Hi. Phase W0t- UNLAWFULFor Funeral MondayFor was in-tfie"family' plot 'inCrosbyLakeCemetery to serve one year at hard Hiway 301 North Starke i Stark KU.ENUINE .- ._ _

i :with" 'DeWitt".. C. labor, but'Judge Patten instructedthe FOR ALE USED FOR SALE-14 In X it ft. steel
Jones:Funeral Homein"charge, !c)frraflemcnts. clerk of the court .withhold Building Supplies. Used lumber of ulvert pipe .$U5 ft. ALSO BuildIng -
D. Patel : commitment all types windows doors plumbing,, I Iota for sale la S.tith .Gate
a papers-on-the: ..stipu used tin roofing.: Used cypress iubdlviiion. Low town payment;
Active pallbearers: 'were:'CharleyE. l .tion'that Bright pay;$12.50,each benches. ideal for any outdoor use, Low monthly .payments. BILLY,
1.00 per ft.. 8 to 12 ft. long. rnone ,ACKSO.v; PhoBe W04-4 ll e!. tea-
Vasangie Dayl [Van! Johns; Cornelius Moore week- through the court for the
Riley :
ral Truck
Patelite W04-4011. W. T. Jackson Transfer, Lines.. Uchg
Person Persons tired restaurant owner Sweat Edgar,.Dukes,:.Cliff Hazen.: support of the children. co! Central Truck Lines tfchg
or t to Engage ill I died suddenly last Saturday 'afternoon and 'Seeber,Goodinan. ONE BEDROOM furnished apartments *
COW. The ultimate in prestige. 500 for: rent. Phone WO4-40U..
at his home here following .; Ill. ENGRAVED business cards, $19.95 T. Jackson tfchg

a heart attack. Funeral Services (price includes plate). Never before,
Funeral services will be held engraving at this low price. ENGRAVED; IniUtions
Business -
Under A Fictitious Name Unless Born in Bombay, India, June 12. For Mrs. Swanbom Saturday morning at IT o'clock in Bradford County Telegraph tf,! v with double envelopes 100>>
1884, Mr: Patel'and his .family for $21.85. Bradford COUT'Y Tele-
4 the First Methodist Church, of 'ILL llinT AND TRACTOR WORK: g raph tf
t moved to Starke from Chipley! Set For Saturday which she was a 'member, with W. L. Thigpen, Jr. Phone WO 4-1S51 I
about 15 years ago. He was a 32 Butler Road Starke, Fla. FOR RENT! nicely fur. apts I
1The Name Is Rev. Donald Kokomoor officiating. IQtp 1122 heaters. Adults. $60 per. mo. ea.
> : member of the first
.. Registered BaptistChurch. Mrs Agnes:Olson Swanbom 7 2, Burial will be in Crosby Lake Rlec. inc. Phone WO' 9-1545.: tfchgr
died Wednesday in 'local 1l 1- RENT-Furnished 3 rooms and
a hospital ; Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones
;f bath, private entrance. Utilities! COLUMBIA $169.95 HI Fi Record
!'t. .; ; ;. Surviving are four daughters, l after'a'shortillness.Born Funeral Home in charge of ar- urnished. L. D. Green. nor; Rainrd Player, holds 12 records, in wooden
Mrs. Margie Galloway, Washington April 11. 1886 in Chicago, rangements. _Rd. Phon WO 4-1232. Itch?. cabinet 'with four legs and extra

;L Read This Florida Law D. C.-MrsJ; ; .June Frogge.Jacksonville ; I ll., she was'the;daughter, of the ANYTHING WROXG AT YOkEL: Gift speakers Shoppe., Xmas for Special$ only Dahmera$5.00

; Mrs..Dorothy Bennett late Alfred and Minnie Anderson ILOt"Ef down tfcb*

Lawtey; and Mrs.. Gunga Olson. She moved to Bradford THE BIGHT rOLNT: tor tbttray RIILUINU Let l-. HKMODKUNG Fix It. STOMACH tLCERSf

Taylor, Starke: three brothers County"many" years ago with her PAINTING Wilt IN wlt shall be unlawful for write. Come
; la and
i', any person or persons, u defined...., If Lullbhai. Bikabhai.- and Jivanbh husband; the late. Walter I R: yon select APPLIANCE SSaUda.U. pains disappear with Famous Botab
.. Treatmentor
engrn'business, as herein defined, under fictitious name as herein Patel!, alTof., Bombay, Ind.Puner Swanbon, and 'resided near:Law- your favorite ESTERBROOB Phone Geae Bullock GaarHBtenl.LE 3-2302 Write The Botab your Co. P money, O. Hoi back.497,

fine!d!, without' and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the *! services were field Mon- t ey. Fountain Fen. TELEGRAPH; ItchgM Tifton. Ga. (tp 1JIS5::

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place'of business d ay'at 10 'a.'m". in the First Baptist Surviving are ;one. daughter ACRE FARM SALES LADY .- Wanted Must be
Church with. Rev. L. D. Miss D rcthy' Agnes Swanbom. Let .1 show till terr mire farmhomr. experienced and will to work. Good

is, with registration shall consist'of filing with the clerk aforesaid an at'lidait Haines officiating. The body was Lawtey; 'a son.. Arthur Walter Ia Bradford(....(? 4.Commtr.dKe'. Court Florida.In !. Aid. For price.It V rt&....will. Ltt'm like d.It bantam aid Ib a pay. Xk-k'a Fruit Stand.Up

signed by all interested persons, stating under oath.the names of taken to Chipley for burial in the Swanbom, U. S. Navy; one sister, re: Estate of FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished
in Mrs. Mabel a' ETHEL. M. BIGGS, deceased. FLORIDA REALTY CO. house with car port. newly decorated
family Peterson and
plot brother
an those interested in. the business GlenwOOd Cemetery. -
enterprise, the extent of the In I NOTICE OF FILING PETITION r OF STARKE on St Inquire- at 733N. :
Arthur Olson, both of Chicago: I FOR FINAL DISCHARGE OF Thompson St. 1 tp
terest 6f each, and the fictitious name under which said business Is carriedon. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 116 N. Wains st. Tel. WO 4-h.lOl: FOn nEXT Adults only, First

.; Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring was in charge of arrangements. clan 1st floor apartment. Two bed.,

.to ,engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or S Tlie Living Scriplwes_. by Jack \\\p\n\ MAKE .THUS Give ,CHRISTMAS you family last World ajfetlme. convenient private entrance location.garage 12S X.TV Church aerial

their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a.week for four Easements, GrantedFor L Significant Speck In Spacer pook$%3 Enclycopedia.less than after Now Jan.availablefor 1. M jot Up

A. Payne, Box 603, Ph. WO 4-J791: FOR SALE 53 Ford 4 dr. radio,
(4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county Gas Pipeline Starke. :Stchg I t.It beater, Fordomatic, Nice and reasonable. -
where said ,. BHOI..T4 Cruce. 344 N, Water St.
registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be -NATIONS AREAS FOR RENT-1 five room house unfurnished 3tp. 1214:

accepted J>y the clerk of the circuit Easements have recently been A DROP C? about one mile from
court, except upon receiving proof of granted to'the Houston,Texas Gas A BUCKET AM Court House. For Sale-I house 20 MISSOURI MINNOWS (TUFFIE8)
such publication. ) It 20, unsealed, metal roof and sides, 40c dox. Local Minnows; 25c doz.
and Oil Co. for construction of the ARE COUNTED flooring and frame good. E. W 4<9 W. Call St. Ztp I'-S
.. pipe line through the county from AS THE SMALL Hayes. tip.
l lT local OU6T OF THE 1' FOR SALE Big bunch of yird
property owners. FOR RENT-Nicely furnished two grown' "clip, Christmas holly Sfc.
T .. '- ': 'I. I ,Some of them are: Clyde and .f: '- SALAEBE9 bedroom house. Electric kitchen, Christmas cedar trees ,II and 1I.i8
Nellie Cone, C. E. and" Winnie: /-, \ 6 AS A VEZY ,, carpeted fldors, summer air 'con each. Sorry none can ,1. .. large double burner heater 1- cut off. Juicy oranges |2 bu. Please
Andrews B. T Thomas D. L ... LrTTLETw.6 large fenced back- yard. 1'i bring container Farm 1,000ft
If are engaged in business under Thomas and L. H. Outlaw; M.P. t _I41A/i4o1; blocks from downtown. Adult West of hard road. C. TV. Jenkfnc

you any name and Mana L. Wiggins; J..L. and preferred.Watery, owner.Call WO 4-3013. Dorothy Itchg. Putmiin'Po Johnmm 'Fla'; 9to 12.M

Miriam Johns; Kirby T. and Carrie I' FOR SALE-Large antique brass
FOCSDDlamond'Ring.. Owner bed, I' antique "
may mahogany bed.
:: Crews Johnnie and Orene 1'r identifying and paying COlt small gas heater I Universal tabletop

other n your own, and have not had this name Lee Cowart; J..M.; James and W.Alice and,U Mary RoSier L.;- 1 ,, rI of ad. Phone WO 4-1(73. Itch-g household electric furniture.30 gal heater Phone and other WO

iVA1 rb- FOR RENT-2 bedroom house. 9-2991. 2tp 12-11
Bigham Enterprises Quiet. desirable .
: A P. and neighborhood. N
Mildred McDavid g : (5 Cherry-Phone'WO J-2S42. Floy; FOP. RENT-Two bedroom uafurniined -
properly advertised and registered will be ; Gertrude 41Yi'7, '600 $) lOVEPTnwCgiP THAT HE SAVE M ONLY Green. tfcbg bouse. Phone WO 9-1171,
we K ellyL J-.1.E( and. L.. SL, Kelley; .y K60ITE>* &HTrU1 WHOttVFVEit BSUEVETH N HIM Itchg
Charles P. and Wanda SaPP> y-f SMOUID T PKH,8'JT' HAVt i EVEKUSTINS UFE: FOR SALE-Electric Iron. toaste.r
and heater. Satin chats lounge. coffee FOR SALE-A few 1 to I foot high
Mamie Lee Clark; and R. Land table and used clothing. 403 S. choice Red Cedar Christmas trees.

glad to give you all necessary Information to Margaret.:.Reddish.! :_ ',.' 'pd Cherry St. It-Fe sery.Balled 1 and mile- bqrlapped.South of. Keystone.Touts Nur 3tp

( FOR SALE-Oil heaters 2 burner 12.11
Recent Births / cheap. Bullington Studio or 2 10
.' N. Cherry St. ltd ig FOR RE. Furnished
new two
whatyousiiouiddo.t : bedroom house. Attractively dec
Mr.- and;.Mrs.. ,Bill Epps .of ; FOR RENT! bedroom unfurnished orated modern all electric kitchen,
or partly furnished house. Ian re tile
drain, knotty
Starke..announcf| the .birth of adaughter. 1- .' .jIc4 $At yard. Close in. Call WO 4-C4C1 or dults. Mrs. E. P. pine Renner.cabinets.133 McMahon A-
.- Glenda Maria on Nov _ LK J-5541. %tehg' l2-U Pt. or call WO 4-5744. tfohff-

25 ,at. Doctor ,HospitaL, frL SACRIFICE-House For Sale I
BRADFORD COUNTY bed-room link fend ALE-1. Coleman fuel oil
: TELEGRAPH masonry chain e. heater 51.0. BTU
Mr. (11 W. Pinewood Dr. Call Hugh L. -n.W' Phone
an4 W4.2271.
Mrs.: Harold GlenThomas ::
Hntiton WO 4-M71. 4tp l! % tI"lIr
of.H&mfJton are the proud L : -
FOR ;tt.-\LE-Curtl. Pecans
parents of a .daughter Judy Lou- FOR SALE-All red bunch yams for :ul N'n"n Thomnnon St. Stark 40c, ito lb.

po -- --HL ____ =-_-_;-__- -. lv, born? .Nor.: 3 at the Bradford'' Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church food ll.5. a at hu.5c lb.Yield oremallseed this! year over potato 20hrj. '.) FOR: RF.NT-Apar.m_nt, 4 miles

: County .Hospital. |1 per acre. Information at Herb notth on V. S. :oi. Convenient to
+ :- Drive Inn. road work. ,T. L. Casey. .

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Beasley Stores Street Widening% 4 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTYYTTTY "
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Another Term Scheduled For kaF : i

til . By Joyce RothhammerM.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I".r

's 'Hizzoner'With January LettingRoad -. 5. '. ij.. .. Mrs. Ruben Hoffman and Mrs. j \

ri James Hedrick left last week to \

almost 80 per cent of the I_ ; Board Member Earl Pow- '. .. 1 visit relatives in Pennsylvania.M. ; ,
qualified electors turning out at ers of Gainesville said yesterdaythat E. Law of Columbus Ohio .1 l' "
the polls Tuesday M. L. I Les] the street widening projectin spent the Thanksgiving holidays ... .
Beasley was tapped, for a sixth Keystone Heights, had outgrown 'with his grandson and wife, Mr. --":';-- rc
term as Mayor of Keystone the scope of maintenance' and Mrs. R. G. Logsdon, and I I'I'i k .-,
Heights. work and would be let out on con great-granddaughter, Terrie Jean. I tfa.
Beasley bested his opponent I tract. Mss Dora Byron cf Atlanta, Ga.
Ralph T. Bryan, 81-60 visited her
in a race Powers said projects for the mother, Mrs. Frances
that was termed in some quarters"a December letting had already .1 Byrons, in the home of Mrs. D. B.
contest between the old and y 4 ..:, 1.3 nn.
been set up, and that the Keystone .
the new" in
Keystone Heights.
job would probably be sche Miss Eleanor Miller of Jacksonville .
Although seriously challenged, the
duled for the January letting. It Natural Gas was the guest of Miss Susie
status .quo won out, for another
Robinson last
is hoped to complete the work by Thursday and Fri '
onc -y ar term, at' least.

race In, l E.a''A.three-cornered(Gene Williams Council poll- BeasJeyBryan next The summer project, consists he said.of wideningSR Pine Unloaded'City day.Mrs.. O. T. Robinson, Mrs. E. W. i Building In Progress At Melrose I IFramed |

ed the high vote 102 to win re- 21 [Lawrence Boulevard) a. and Steinert, Mrs. C. I. Robinson, Mr. i
through the Keystone business Mrs. E. M. Robinson, and
nomination,while the second seat '
went to Corbitt Terrell with a 4 'I section from the intersection with Large steel pipe for the natural Council daughter Susie, and Miss Eleanor by the old un'state' : moving the Melrose FireHouse
SR 100 to a point near the Keystone gas line from Louisana to Florida Miller spent Thanksgiving as fire alarm that
count of 95. W, H. Redfeam, Sr., A compressor station for the has been a Melrose:'' a comer of which is seen
third"contender, polled 64. Inn. It has been opposed in was recently unloaded along the pipeline is guests of Misses Reda and Ana- landmark for many years, con- at right, extending over onto the
In the unopposed category, Mrs. C't I some quarters because' it will necessitate railroad at Keystone Heights another d now under constructionjust belle Robinson of Palatka. A family tractor C. E. Kline lays block to Huffman property. The Fire
Sara McDonald led the ticket with removing shade trees in points in this area. Easement north of Brooker. It is expected reunion was held. raise walls for new $12,000 build House will be located on other city
the business section.A for the pipeline to that the line will be Mr. and Mrs. Bill
124 votes to retain her job as tax run completed Riddling and ing.The property, and the ancient iron-
collector. Tommy Millican polled z petition signed by a numberof through the Keystone Airpark and ready to serve Florida| sons of Orange Park were guests modern structure, which rim fire alarm will also
122 to'win another, term as tax residents was filed with the property was recently_ granted_ .. by-. ,with.---- -natural------- croc Q--: Kw- natr4Inly---. --.... I of Mrs. Riddhng's parents, Mr. will have an all-glass front, is be- be moved.
assessor. State Road Department protesting and Mrs. John Harpe last week- ing built fcr Harry Huffman andwill Other building activity at Mel-
Mayer Beasley is employed by jzit removal of the trees, but SRD KEYSTONE end. be used to house a new sun- rose includes a new beauty shop
Clay Electric Cooperative and has officials announced they would HIGHLIGHTS Guests last week at the homeof % dries store. Completion is sched soon to open in remodeled quarters -
resided in Keystone Heights since take no action to halt the work I Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cason included uled for Jan 1. in the Mann Electric Shop
1948.:Bryan is an employe,of the a unless requested by the City By Mary K. Schaeffer I their daughter, Mrs. C. E. The new biulding will neces building.
duPont Company [Highland rs Council. Spokesmen for this body Harris of Welaka, who spent Mon-
Plant] resided in Starke' before Woman's Club Has good book. I day with them, and another TRINITY EPISCOPAL 11:15.: Episcopal Young People,
moving to Keystone several years rya i i1x said that only one resident had Interesting: Program"M Baldwin's new book daughter, Mrs. Debbie Ford of CHURCH, MELROSE Morning Prayer and Sermon, I
ever appeared'before it to oppose On any Windows" concerns each Palatka, spent Thanksgiving with M. II. Brejfogle, Minister 7:30: p. m. Holy Communion each
sqt the widening project, and refusedto covered-dish luncheon and prom in the year. Why not get them. Sunday ,School, 8:45: a. m.I first Sunday.
= ;- reverse its stand in favor of gram meeting was held by the into the spirit by'reading her Calvin Logsdcn of Ohio is
ago.LEE'S t t z the work.' Woman's Club for the 1958-59 DRIVE INTHEA'TRE season. Rev. J. R. Smith gave in- Tree?, and daughter-in-law, Mr. ando
St. William's Catholic Chapel vocation. After lunch Mrs. J. R. Anyone':; who has thrilled t Mrs.E. C. Logsdon and family. Men's Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes
Keystone Heights Smith introduced the guest speaker Ezio Pinza's rendition of "Some Enjoying Thanksgiving with
Dr. Delton Scudder, of the Enchanted Evening" might also Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Rothhammerand SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY-
Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m. School of Religion, University of enjoy his new autobiography."Aku family were Mrs. Rothham-
Phone 4113 Holyday' Mass at 7:00: a. m. Florida. Dr. Scudder had a very Aku" by Thor Heyerdahl mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner
Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. interesting talk on "Understanding should appeal to adventure lovers. Wesley: sister, Mrs. Eugene East-
Keystone Heights, Fla.. Confessions before all Masses. Moral and Spiritual Values. This! concerns the mystery of the erling and children Terry and
Baptisms,. marriages and instructions 'Statues on Easter Island. Kathy; cousins, Herman Dority
FRL SAT. SUN. by appointment. Hostesses for the luncheon were "Anatomy of Murder" Robert and Mrs. Alice Santa Says .
Both Mayor M. L. I Beasley Mrs. E. F. Dwyer, Mrs., George by Vaughns and son,
Dec. 5,6. 7, [top] and challenger Ralph T. Phelps Miss Anna McCullough Traver, a former District Attorney Butch; all of Gainesville and an
FIRST BAPTIST CHUBCH should appeal to the legal- aunt, Mrs. J. F. Brown
.WALT, DISNEY'S Bryan were kept busy answer and Mrs. G. L. Colgin. of New-
i lug the telephone after votes KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FLA
Seated at the speaker's table I Continued on next Page] I Continued on next Page] "fPDIG
PROUD REBEL were counted in Tuesday's d.- R. Smith? pastor. Ralph were Mrs. Maude Watkins, presi ,
election. Copeland I Minister ,of Music and dent of the club, Mrs. Charles 1 .
,Allan and'Olivia
With Lad Beasley was :congratulated,on church.organist. Wallenius (1
Dr,Scudder, Rev.,and -- LAKE FRONT"SPECIALS D
dellaviland'and.Short his victory,.'while Bryan : Services -
was : Sunday School. 9:45: Mrs! J."R.; 'Smith, and the treasurer this
Subject commended for a strong showing ;'; a:.m", Morning Worship,- 11 a. m.; and.secretary, of the club __.. -.JVhiie Sand-Lake--A Good.Investment. .
.- in+his- first' bid for politLcaTr Trah u :U..Jtf m;Evez7.: e Mrs"'B: R.'Weld; and'Mrs.-Oeorge --.. =--;-., .... .. : :
:.. : inr,8ervicea.'::30 p..m. ; Schaeffer,,'respectively. LOTS AT $1250

Folowing' the program, short DEAL!
business meeting was called a by These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and

Mrs. Watkins and the membership next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" -== <:;
Once voted ta carry out the proposed
Butcher ;
a : program to renovate the clubhouse
'. .. : 'It is hoped that all work S. E. MCK Y -- REALTOR
can be done this month, sO as to
oJ be ready for the birthday partyon
Dec. 30. The next meeting of Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-4151-t209 FREE.

always the club will be a business meeting" -
r't1 Dec. 9, at 2 p.m.

} hLII1ui4l appy Hour Play School .
Closes For Holidays THIS BEAUTIFULWestern

butcherI On Wednesday Nov_ 26, the Cold Weather Ahead! FlyerBICYCLE J

Happy Hour Play School held its
y+ I final session prior to the Holiday BE PREPARED CALL

'i 1A : just can't resist Season., Michael To make Valldejuli it a festive celebrated occasion -- CANDY'S FUEL for boy or girl!

the urge to cut his birthday on that day

{ something: ,when with a party in the true Spanish Make this Christmas easy on Santa's pocketbook by

.. I get that meat Valldejuli tradition.,His a former mother,Spanish Mrs. George Instructor -I!, OIL SERVICE getting a Western Flyer Bicycle ABSOLUTELY FREE

dr yl.P cleaver {in my at Michigan State University with each purchase of this .

C H1? Q. hand so has been teaching the PHONE 9271 I
four and five-year-olds Elementary II II I
,$ '
I've started in on
the children I
r :Iib, these wonderfully have picked .Ibtpoint
up quite a vocabulary Keystone Heights, Fla.
comfortableHula l Your correspondent was onof e
the party guests. Children in
chairs. Ideal this, school learn many things:

for Patio, Porch, ballet tap tumbling, languages, Freezer-Refrigerator Combination
singing, etc. But what was most I
or Living Room.
impressive to your truly was the
good manners. A guest is introduced I HERE WE GO AGAIN 12 CU. FT.
and each child stands on

I've Hacked the Price to 5.95 so you can buy several! his after feet which and he introduces makes a bow himself or, } I 349.00Only

curtsey. The little girls displayed' :
their party finery in a "fashion: -
show," describing their clothing,
Nationally Advertised CONGOLEUM using the Spanish color words. 21"in
The boys told what color houses t ., S'3 Weekly
they lived in, using the Spanish I a-. After trade (any
"Gold Seal" In All The Popular Sizes vocabvlary. Following a display of: 1 age)
talents, Michael opened his pre. i
_. sents. Mrs. Valldejuli brought, or Small
7% x 9 :. 10.95 the birthday cake, which was a TABLE MODEL Down Payment
beautiful thing baked by Mrs.!

: L Bill Scales and resembling a (With Trade) t Two Separate
9x1212x12 .2 13.50 circus complete with animals and f \
a' tent. .The clowns held up t __ Refrigerating
i five lighted birthday candles. hes. -- % ___, Systems
: Nita Adams, the School Mar'm. i..
16 95
,: was assisted by Mrs. Valldejuli j 95 \ii AUTOMATIC
?i Mrs. Pansy Hawes and Mrs. Nancy -
,, Wilson in serving the ice DEFROSTINGUSE
Many Other Items Suitable for
cream and cake. A Spanish "Pina1& -
Christmas Giving was hung from a tree in the Trade Must Be OUR HOTPOINT PROTECTED BUYING PLAN.
". yard, and each child, blindfolded,
had a chance to hit it with a stickto 1 U In Workable Order 3VO PAYMENT FOR THREE MONTHS.
break it open. Then all the
BANK FINANCING available for
your convenience children would gather up the candy -

ground.Mrs.'and presents Adams has which announced fell to the Don't Wait! first come, first servedRedfeariTs Vie Meet All Advertised PricesREDFEARN'S

A that the school will repoen on
THE FURNITURE ANNEX DEPARTMENT January 5, 1959. There will be no

OFWATSON'S December meetings. I
Woman's Club Library
BANNER FOOD STORE Acquires New Books f

Christmas is coming, that is

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FLA.. true, and everyone is in a dither Where Service Is Assured 4|
getting things done, but you owe : .
I1 yourself a break-a reading break. : LKeystone Heights

.' I Calm those jittery nerves with a I ,," Phone 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.

,k I sandwich, a ,glass of milk and a .'" '.' ... -



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H w and their husbands only. On tary. cf, Palatka. Mrs. James """" ."Y..y..., H. Parker were Jacksonville
Thanksgiving three generous bas- Puckett, Mission Study Chairman, visitors Rites Wednesday .y..y.y.y.y..y Jones Cross
KEYSTONE on, Wednesday last week Emory' Pat Preston
HIGHLIGHTS kets were given to three familiesto was in charge of the program. HAMPTONBy r Mi..and Mrs. Bcb Faile of Jacksonville 1 For O. E. Merrill MELROSE Beverly Wiisori-and Beth Pierce. i
a : help brighten their day, Mrs. The Ambassadors the Intermediates spent Thanksgiving Juniors Present Play .
Bob Fiertz was chairman of the Boys' Class of the First At Paran ChurchOrson A AAALAAALAALALLAAAAAAAAL
. Baskets for the Needy. Sirs.! 1>. I';'. IIUIie here with her parents Mr. The Melrose Junior Class will
Buptit Ciiurch updaj; Sthool. 1a11c ill 4 i it; a >tUAIV and Mrs. Raleigh Brannen. Miss [Continued from Page One] present their play, "No Boys Allowed -
;. [Continued! from Page One] DuPont Staff Part Pio\!et at,thehome, :jpf fcpdne amid : UUAAl1A4alatiUa- +/ Jessie Mae Brannen of Bartow Edwin Merrill, 72, of ." Saturday, Dec 6, at 8 p. (
Members of the DuPont Co. and ; oh Wednesday evening, ,Jtov. School I visited here with her parents Mr. Srandin died Sunday morning in mans Lake. m. in the High School auditorium.
minded. their wives or dates are invited 26. Holiday Vacation ETC 1It' 1\
President David Waite cpenedthe. Bradford Square Dance
County Hospital will be
after three-act
For Hl'tory lovers, there is-the to t'Ch istmas December 19-January 5 Mrs. J. J. Brannen. and her I
I : Party on Friday. meeting with prayer, and.presided a brief illness. The Episcopal Young churchmen -
story cf 4 tJ.l e b innings of.- San i Dec. 12. at 8:30: p. m. in the Of- at the business meeting.: The Shoal vacation for the christmas brother Raleigh Brannen, andfamily Born in are sponsoring a square A Spaghetti Supper sponsoredby I'
on Thanksgiving.Mr. Beloit. Wis., April 13 the will be
seniors held from
Antonio. "Ride the Red Earth ficers Club of Camp Blanding. holidays at Hampton Elementary -
closing prayer was given.by_ChaJ'- 886.. Mr. dance at Episcopal Parish House
and Merrill was a retired 5 til 7:30: p. m. preceding the playin
b y Payf' Wellman. CHURCH NEWS les Ellis. Rodney served refreshments School will be for two -Mrs. Wallace Collins inventor Friday night from 8 p. m. til 1
For just plain"hum rous. plea Thanksgiving Service and a social hour was enjoyed weeks, ,with Friday, Dec* 19, the spent Thanksgiving in Gainesvillewith Baptist Church.a member of the p. m. There will be a band to provide the high school cafeteria. Price

sant reading, try: "Around -Jthe On Thanksgiving Day an impressive New class, officers are: last day of School for 1958, Mrs Mrs. Marjcrie Wadsworth.Mrs. music. The admission is '50 for the supper will be 85 cents for

World with .Auntie Mame.;' by service was held at St. Pres.. David Waite; Vice Pres., Ole TT, M .. Perkins, principal ,said ., J. A. Williams and chil Surviving are two sons. WilliamB. cents for students and 75 cents adults and 50 cents for children.All .
Patrick Dennis.. Anne's Episcopal Church with Freddie Fredricksson: Sec., CharLes this week. Classes will resume on dren drove to Jacksonville Fridayto Merrill of Spokane Wash. and* for all others. in all it promises to providea

The Library is open 'from 2 -io clergymen and parishioners of Ellis: and Class Teacher Wil' Monday...Jan, 5, 1959. shop S i. Sgt. Henry H. Merrill of Paris Melrose Methodist Bazaar fine evening of entertainment.

4 p. ra. on Mondays and Fridays other churches in the vicinity liam Spaulding.St '. Individual programs\ and parties, : C.W- Slade stationed at FtEustis Island S. C.; and cne sister, The Methodist Church will have Melrose Gains Double Victory

and on Wednesday evenings from participating. William's News will be held in.eacA classroom Va... was home on furlough h irs. G. A. Krause of Pasadena their anrual Bazaar and Bake The Melrose Cagers got their

7 to 9' p./m. For" those who wish The Thanksgiving sermon was St. William's Altar Society met this year.buS,,Perkins said, path. last weekend to visit his parents Cahf, Sale December 6 from 10 a. m. basketball season off to a good

to return their books at:a' time delivered by Rev I. W. McLean in the recreation hall on Monday *f than, an ails c114o11 program, ;,jn Mr. and Mrs.. Lester Slade. Funeral services were held at until 5 p. m. The Bazaar will beheld start by taking two games from

when the, .library, is.not,open! thereis of the Park of the Palms Bible evening. Nov. 21, for their regular the school'auditorium- on the lastFri4ar Mr. and bSrs..doe Roop and the graveside in Paran Cemetery, at the Church. Lunch will be White Springs here last week. The I
a return slot' in the door where Conference, and the, services, also' monthly meeting. It was decided afternoon, Dec. 19. children moved Saturday from the Wednesday at 11 a. m. DeWitt C. served from 11:30 a. m. until 5 boys came from behind in the final -
they may be left. featured selections by the newly that a beautiful woolen afghan t Average daily .attendance 1 for Christian Church .to Jones Funeral Home was in P. m.School. three and a half minutes to defeat -

Junior Woman's Club organized Junior Choir. made by Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann the, last month at;the school was the.: Wiley Williamson parsonage house. Mr. charge of arrangements. News the visitors by a single. point

The Junior Woman's Club will First Baptist given away at 2 p, m. on }4i.: i with .H9j now enrolled, Mrs. and Mrs: Leslie Jones and sons i......YT""'' "" The school session last week 4T-46.
hold a"business meeting on'Thurs The First Baptist Church WMU Saturday. Dec.20 at the Keystone Petltins.add Thisvis: high moved into the church parsonage V WWWWVVV' was cut short to three days for The Bulldogs were ahead 22-

day evening Dec. 11, at the clubhouse held a Mission, Study at the Heights Post Office. Anyone, in.- for Hampton school which has this week. They have been living FLORAHOMEAND the] Thanksgiving holidays. Most: 21 at the half but were outscored

starting at & p. m. Plans church on Tuesday, Nov., 25, at. terested may contact members. o f h'ad an:. unusual'number, : ,of transfer I,. ip, a:house- owned by T. J. Alder of the kids will need it, after 21.13 in the third quarter. Trailing
a' will be completed'for theChristmas 6 p. m. A covered dish supped; was the Altar Society. A .students into,the,sc.hocl since man.,east of town. GRANDIN cramming for the six-weeks tests by eight points in the final

: dance to be held on Satur served' the educational build- The Catholic Club met on Mon- the opening' September.CUsstS ,Mr., and, Mrs. D. W. Swindell The Beta Club held an induction I three and a half minutes, the
day evening Dec. 13, in the Wig ing by Mrs. Roy Chasteen social day evening Dec. 1, after the regular Hold Social spent Thanksgiving By Dane of new members in assemblylast Bulldogs managed to rack up 9
: gins building in the section formerly chairman, after which the book; monthly covered dish dirt- At Baptist ChurchIntermediates' at the home cf his day sister in Starke A* AA V [ Wednesday. The type of ritual 1 I points for a victory. A field goal
} occupied by Webb's Store., "New World," was taught by Rev; nero Plans were made for decor- and Young Peo- Hagens used was for the Key Ceremony. by Calvin O'Steen with 15 seconds
This dance will be for members Marvin V. Stedham, field secrePAUL'S ting the Church for Christmas. pie's Training Union classes met Miss Fredna Cock will be honored Keys representing leadership, \j remaining clinched the victory.
at Hampton Baptist Church fora L. W. Williams', house, two with a bridal shower on Friday -
achievement High
A Christmas Vesper Service will character, and service I j Bulldog scorer for the
social Friday evening Nov. 28, dcors: ,.from. the Hampton post f- evening, Dec. 5 at 7:30: in the
be held on Sunday fter were placed on a key ring, i I was Larry Cooper with 21
i SUNDRIEfF 'Dec 21 from 4 to 4:30t: at St. tiYlion's. nil: with 45 present. .-:-- fice showed a newer face, this home of her parents, Mr. and representing the goal of the Beta I points who tied with WhiteSpring's
week, as the old front Mrs. F. R. Cook, at Flohahome
All parishioners and Games and refreshments followed was torndown Club. Short speeches were given I Jerry Ogburn with the
I.friends are invited. There will bea a devotional and songtime. Saturday, and a new wood The shower will be given by the by; some of the members. The ten i i same number. O'Steen took undisputed -

Melrose Vhere Friends MeetS 8 tea following the service. Sponsors present included, Mr. and siding, front placed''' back severalfeet Annie McRae Sunday School new, meobc-rs included: Dale Fal- 'il second place with 14
making the Class of the Florahcme MethodistChurch.
Choir practice will continue to Mrs. Milton Misner, Mrs. D-,: Ei, fronts of the tin Judy Basset, Bobby Redf earn, points.
FOUNTAIN -RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES be- held on Wednesday eveningsat Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hicks, postcffice, Youngs', and Mr. WiI.Iiams' Winslow Fredrieksson. Carol Hansen 'i i It was easy going for the girls,
7:30: and' Sunday afternoonsat and E. P. McElroy; pastor. /= the same distance from the Mr. and Mrs. James A. Revels Mike Hogan. Margaret Ro 's- who racked up a whopping victory
.. -, 4. Pearl Wolford, Marm 53 curbing. Mr. Williams has been were guests at a family reunionat ter, Virginia Vickers. Jov Morris, II of 68-38.
Junior High and' High School Fourth Birthday renovating the inside of the building the home of Mr. Revels' brothand and Becky Brice. Welcoming themto Thisras a good start for
Birds and Over 80 Other ...;1 the
Love also while
living in his house '
er sister-in-law. Judge and the
( club
Instructions will continue to beheld Pearl Wolford celebrated her were the old members: I beys, who only won one game last
trailer at ,the, back.of the lot. Mrs.
Percy Revels in Palatka
Brenda McGuire
at 7 Myrtle
p. m. on Mondays and fourth Birthday .last week with Rid- season and had no lettermen re-
.. Kinds of Birds at Adult Instructions will follow, party at the home of her parents a Mr.:and Mrs. Rudolph Sink and on Thanksgiving: Day. aught, Jessanna Terrell, turning'!I

from .8 till,9 p. m. All interested Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolford. Jr.: daughters of Starke were Thanksgiving Patricia and' Glenda 'Winters,

y GRANT ROTHHAMMER'S Melrose persons are cordially invited I to; on Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 25. dinner guests of Mr. and daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Win ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE
Fla. attend. Balloon decorations: refreshments Mrs. .Frank Wolford Jr. and ters of Florahome, are patients in
: Mr,and Mrs. Bill daughter in Hampton.Mr. Glendale Hospital in Palatka thi
Lee attended
of write I''irelVind
cake Storm
punch and i ice all lines of Casualty In.
:the )Motion Picture Exhibitors of cream highlighted the party.: and Mr. Wesley Andrews.and week. surance, and Bonds.
I Florida Convention at the Roosevelt -, Thirteen were present, including Mr. and Mr. Carlton Chastainand Mrs. Hubert Hodge and children
: KEROSENE FUEL OIL Hotel in Jacksonville last out-of-town guests, Mrs. Herbert I! family of Starke were from St. George Ga. spent Friday SPESIAL RATES TO DRIVERS ABLE TO QUALIFY -

.weekend. Green and sons. of Starke. Thanksgiving dinner guests in with Mrs. Hodge's brother-in-law AS NON-DRINKERS
: New Service Offered By Joseph Michael Whitehead. Personals Hampton with Mrs. Jessie sand sister Mr. and Mrs. R. L. '

young son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mr.. and Mrs. D. H. Crawford tain. Johnson.i WALRATH INSURANCE

; ODOM'S HARDWARE & SUPPLY Whiteheadof Melrose. was formally are the parents of a son John Mr. and Mrs. E. P. McElroy Mrs. Alma Clark had as guest AGENCY
baptized' on Saturday Donnie children spent Thanksgiving withy Monday her
Hugh, born in Alachua son and daughter-in "AS AVAILABLE
MELROSE, FLA. morning. Nov.. 29, by Father Cor-: General Hospital Wednesday, No his parents in Trenton. law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark AS YOUR PHONE"Phone

: GR 5-5421 PHONES GR 5-5313 "_" nelius Dougherty, at St. William's 26.Mr. Barbara Matchett was ho I from Bardin and Mr. and Mrs 2731 Keystone Heights Fla.
Church.! .Following the ceremony! and Mrs: Glenn Thomas of from,University Florida for mthe Calvert Cumbo from Hollister.

: Please Call Us Day or Night For Prompt, Courteous the gcd-p rentsr Mr. and Mrs. Hampton announce the birth of Thanksgiving weekend with her Mr. and Mrs. Howard Young returned -

Service George Schaeffer, and Father,f a daughter on Sunday Nov. 30, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Monday from Macon, Ga. J

.4 .. ,Dougherty were guests at the in Bradford County Hospital, Matchett. Dinner guests Thursday where they visited their son andaughterinlaw That's Our Business
ttS5SSSS2S2S25S&S&K&SSS5SSZ5KEYSTONE turd Whitehead home for breakfast. Starke. at the Matchetts were Mr. ?
," I ( Mr. and Mrs. V
I Mr. andMrs. C. J. Basted of -b4r. and Mrs. Charles E. Gee: and Mrs. Marvin Williams, Russell Carl Young. 4"// If It's ,Glass We Have Itl!

: .Jacksonville formerly of KeystoneHeights are the parents of a son born Saturday -, Williams and Mrs. J.. L. Williams, Mrs. James A. Revels entered CALL WRITE or VISIT
GAS COMPANY were .Thanksgivingguests
Nov. 29
in Alachua General
Thanksgiving dinner guests at Glendale Hospital in Palatka '
p of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ]M, Hospital Gainesville. the home of Mr. and,Mrs. Hamer Monday of this week. on Joe Peters Glass Co.
24-HOUR SERVICE Walrath,Jr. as Mr. ;
DEPENDABLE were and Mrs Mrs. Ethel Tidwell and bi is& Lott, Jr. were his parents I1 fr, '
,Frank Walrath HI, The. Phillip. Seigler spent the
younger: Betty Durling spent Thanksgiving and and Mrs. P. H. Lott and family
'( Mrs. Walrath is the Thanksgiving holidays with his I KOR ANY GLASS NEED
: Day Phone Nile Phone weekend visiting in Plant City. of Hampton, and Mr. and Mrs.i father R.
L. -
SAF GAS Seigler and family We
.2582 Thanksgiving dinner guests Richard Castle and children of Design Modern Store Fronts
: 4351 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Donnelly and atC at Grandin. Phillip returned this o Just
the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Gainesville. !Mail\ UsA Pattern forTa.ble
1 children ate Thanksgiving dinerat Cox were Mrs. Frank Hicks and duties in the Army at Aiken, Tops
S COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING The Green'Turtle i in Jacksonville children of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jr.. S, C. the first of the week.s. '
II Jacksonville, Woodrow and baby of Valdcsta. Ga. spent: I 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 24353
i I after which they drove to Cox of Lake Geneva and Mrs. the Due to the sudden death of O.
: ':'Mot Complete Line of house Heating Equipment in North I Mayport.(and 'then to the Zoo. Allene Cail of Hampton. Mrs.. Call Thanksgiving his weekend herewith E. Merrill his son and daughter-1'
Miss Ann .Bell .and Miss Reba who .formerly lived in Graham parents, Mr. and Mrs. in-law T. Sgt. and Mrs. H. H[ '
: 1'1orida.' If You Man to Add Heat This Winter See Us First Thompson teachers of the Bible recently purchased a home near '1 I Merrill and children from Parris :;
:School h1KeystoneHeights: Island S. C. are I I3.t I
spent her parents ,and has been remodeling TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTGfAHAI spending awhile \ S.
-- r.---- ;I Th Thanksgiving at Camp Gilead the house during her; their home in Grandin.
!Polk City. days off"from work,at'the Su \- Mrs. E. S. Brantley had as dinner
: 4'x8'x3-4" Sheetrbck i Miss Norma Sweeny; Missionary land. Training Center in GainsMisses \ guests last Sunday Mrs.

: anD"" Ftl..\tt1 1.55 Sheet t to Brazil has been visiting ville. Brantley's mother, Mrs. Ruth] The Incomparable RCA Victor Line
!I Ann Bell and Reba Thompson for Mr. and Mrs. Lester McCullough Mrs..John McKInneytAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt Reed from Lake Swan, and Rev.

: l.umber.Hardwar:- Paint three days. She has, during her and family spent Thanksgiving Robert Knight. pastor of Paran: L
sllPP94 Cement Concrete Blocks 'stay: been teaching classes at with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest South- I Church at Grandin.

S : Precast U Lintels Hope Baptist Church in Theressaand erland in Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. John Willis and Miss Ann Burrows of Gainesville

/ All l Lengths the Chil it1's! Bible School. ,Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest and children of Nichols visited his visited Grandin relatives Thanks
''J at the Keystone,, Heights School'> family of Miami visited'here. parents. Mr. ad Mrs. Albert Willis, giving ay.COIlIm'ITY. I

...f. .a. ,,.. Lightin Fixtures and also.' class" meetings. held in Thanksgiving week with his "over the weekend. While here they:
: .' '.Iof. ==::: ROY W. TYRE -- the home of Mrs. Fred Dodd. mother, Mrs. T: F. Brown. Otherind ; also visited Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeWillis : CHURCH OF

i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dodd a guests ._ of,, Mrs,, Brown's for! of .StarkeM. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSE children spent Thanksgiving attending Thanksgiving :day were Mr. andthe Batten of Theressa visited Dr. James D. Part
a- family reunion at I Mrs. Chuck Vowters of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Eurion Dyal Sunday Choir Director.
: 2741 home of Mrs. Dodd's sister and Ga., and Mr. and afternoon ,
Phone Keystone Heights, Fla. I -family:' WesleY.Knadles. Mrs. C. R. Moore Services: Church School 8:*:a :
.. IIIS the' There o f. Williston. Also Mr. and Mrs. hits. Will Melton and son. Gene; am. Morning Worship 11 ajn. ,
:were 13 adults and 16 children Emory Brown and son of Hampton and granddaughter, Caroline and: : I I

present. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank grandson,.Arthur of Waldo visited ST ANN'S EPISCOPAL i
; WELL DRILLING Pumps Service j; Mr. and Mrs.. NT. W. Harden- Blown. relatives 'in Graham Sundayafternoon. CHURCH KEYSTONE

:bergh and' daughter spent Mr and, Mrs. Frank Brown who .. .
Thanksgiving with Mrs. Hard enhave been here with ,his mother M. IL Breyfogle, Minister
TERMS AVAILABLE .bergh's, brother Judson H. Hiers, for the past month, drove to Jacksonville : Curtis Youngblood, Mrs. Nealie Morning Prayer and Sermon, .
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. I
rand Mc9:30
family in Jacksonville.Mr. : m I
on Saturday for Mr. a. ;Sunday School 10 a. m.
Kinney and son, Charles of
Prompt Service Free Estimates and Mrs. William E. Ellis Brown to return to Army duty in Haven Winter Hcly Communion each first Sunday -
spent the weekend with
of ,
Gainesville. spent. Thanksgiving [ Colorado ; Parish Supper
Springs Colo. He will each third
IeMr. and
Mrs. John McKinney.
Day with Mr. Ellis' 'brotherand Wednesday "p.
ceive his discharge on Jan. 6 and: 6:30: m.
i RALPH E. MATHEWSP. sister-in-law. Mr. and :Mrs. he and Mrs. Brown plan to live We wish a speedy recovery to See+ this handsome "Farrell DeLuie" Model
Albert Willis and John now on
Fred Ellis and family of Lake in Jacksonville. She will remain Surrency, '
both of whom KEYSTONEJEWELERS display. 262 sq. in. picture. Balanced
Geneva. are on the. sick,list. fidelity sound.
here with
Mrs. T. F. Brown while -
0. Box 528 Melrose Fla. r' 9 Available
.. Mr. and Mrs.. Lew Muir and he is away. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McKinneyid in two beautiful finishes.

PHONE GR 5.5101 children. Margaret and Johnny, Mrs. Lillian Blackman is visit-;' : children of Gainesville: were Expert Watch Repairing
were Thanksgiving Day guests of ing relatives in Tampa this week. supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.[

i. L ,<->4 .4 the Ernest WJdegren\ family of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams'and 'John McKinney! : Sunday. Walter Quality Line Jewelry TV Prices start at 199.95 i

Kingsley' Lake' family spent Sunday in Jacksonville Otis McKinney has ,returnedwith 1- M. Muhlhofer.RifcK's iI
1 Mr;and Mrs. Frank jUgen and with his to .
S : Mr. and Mrs. Arnold family the States after
Its a/ways/ } three children spent'Thanksgivingweekend Haddock and. children i four years in Germany. He is now I

/. )hi North Augusta S. C., Thanksgiving dinner guests at :stationed at Fort"Campbell Ky.. Come in j I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Tabor C. the home of Mr. and Mrs. George ;according. ,word received re- 70t OS and see our display of

Hill and'children.. Mrs] Hill and Williams were her brother and I Gently by his parents, Mr. and

the right time ; Mrs. ngeri. .,are. sisters.c sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lep :Mrs. John McKinney. RCA Stereo -- priced from 99.95 !
Thanksgiving of the
Day guests
Wiggins! and.their! daughter Mrs.[ If anyone has news please dropit 6U,66
Ed Cohneen's were Mr,, and Mrs. .Douglas Davis and son" of Coral
: ; in the mail for me. Since I am ,
Herbert..A, Nelson and.son Herbie, Gables, Mr. Davis, who attends'the working I do not have time to get I. I
Sa Jr., and. :Mrs. Nelson'$, mother, University of Miami, played lin ;around to see all.
? Mrs. Arthur; Ryan of Chicago, the UP-Miami I II I
i football game in .. I
who is a winter guest of the Nel the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville on ,

.. ,sons Mr. ad. :Mrs.t Paul.,. ,Harvey of Saturday Weekend, visitors with Mr. and FruitS Gift( ; Starke Fla 4h :

White Feather dour' wire dinner Mrs; J. A,. Williams in Hampton ".. y.4fXD i* Service.t+
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward were their !son Aaron 'William, ;, I
Bleha on Thanksgi}Ing. and a friend,from Mayport NAS i

.. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur "Phelps of They are both stationed aboard 'f' t
1 Pittsburgh: Pa:and Mr, and Mrs. the US Carrier Essex, now docked On All Makes and Models. All Work Fully Guaranteed.I I
Donald .Phelps and two children, at Mayport E1.LL i

of Orlando, spent Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. Olen Bedenbauglj;, I ,; Free Estimates. Best Equipment. Prompt Service. I
To Start A
Checking Account with their parents Mr. and Mrs. and children of Deland visited for

Gecrge Phelps. Thanksgiving. ,.with Mr. and Mrs
: Cancelled. checks are legal proof of bills paid. At this Mr. and .Mrs, Gen Williams* !l land'children Leland Bedenbaugh' in. Hampton MAJOR REPAIRS FINANCED

: Christmas season what,better way is there to keep track were weekend gu es'tsjThey also visited in Gainesville .1 w
of of Mrs. Paul Williams. Mr. Williams' on Wednesday night last
expenditures and your income? Business minded week 4 r4 a' r
S mother, of Tifton. Ga., with Mr. and .. .
Mrs. B 3. Eiland.
people'en'oy the convenience I
and sureness, of paying J .
prior to ,
Thankegiving. Mr. and
: Mrs. Albert Birt and
1-y' check.H Why not open your account with us Mrs Martie A. LeClaire of the children cf- St. Petersburg spent s $ '
z'rtwscos .
todcy? Clay .Bounty Health Department, Thanksgiving Feekend here",witl1 1

attended a sate.,conference on Mr. and X
Mrs. Ira Lester and Mr. .1
THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK i "Nursing in Disaster" in Orlando, and Mrs, E% I* Birt. J ....- .4;. -.,
Nov, 18-19. Speakers at the conference Mr.and'Mrs. Edward Saxcn ... _. '- ,
Av FriernHv{! Bank- in a Friendly Community sponsored by the FloridaNurses and daughters drove to Eau Gallic. r: of _. '.. II
Association U. S. 301 SQUTH S'J'ARKg! FLA. PH.
Thanksgiving weekend to be with : WO 4-0575
Keystone Heights Fla. If
a '. it is every citizen's duty to her Ornamental l
parents.'Mr. and Mrs. A. G.with Concrete Products Phone
Member FJ.I.C. 9391
become personally concerned Keystone
.,- tvi1'Defense. Pope.Mrs.. M..R.Mis er-and.Mrs.-R. "WHOLESALE TO EVERYONE' IJ ,

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TTTTTTTTTT/TYYYYtTYYYTTI11EILBRONN and Evening Worship every Sunday enjoyable vacation with their TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT1 1 Martha Green
Thanksgivingwith and children of Palatka visited
at the appointed times. Rev. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell days. THE RIGHT rOLNT let tfte
Mrs. Griffis'
Roop of Hampton rendered inspiring Redding of our community and GRIFFIS LOOP A. Brown of Grcveland.sister Mrs. W. Mr.Arnold Griffis'Griffis.parents- Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, William Webb and way you write. Come ta tad Mlct -

sermons Sunday. Congregational 3 Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Starling of Mrs.. Jimmy Woodward announ- Gene Griffis and children of Jacksonville visited your favorite ESTERBBOOR
By Mrs. Harvey McCarthy singing was led by Chorister >the State Farm. By Verble Anderson ces the wedding of her granddaughter Mrs. Ray Griffis daughterinlaw and daughter -- their aunt; Mrs. Arnold Griffis. Fountain Pea. TTYI IRAPHNOTICE

Russell Redding with the Ronnie Kimbrell recently visited AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALALA Miss Jean Higginbotham Karen were in Florahome Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rowe were TO DEFEND
1AAAAAAAAJ A>AAAAAAAAAAAAHowdy talented Miss Barbara Jean Nor- with his mother guests of Mrs. Rowes' ra Clrtil C..
Mrs. Lois to Robert Rodell Sat. Nov. 29. visiting Mr. Griffis' parents, Mr. rt. Bradford Ccimtf.
man at the piano. Also special J Henson of Jacksonville. We extend our brotherinlaw and Mrs. A. FUrld' la ChsiMrr.James .
deepest sympathy The W. Brown
Neighbors, well the wedding took place at the Mr. Prevatt, last week. Sunday. E. Brooks, Plaintiff, vs.
Thanksgiving big festives are but singing by our two lovely young Weekend guests last week of to the. W. E. Thornton home of Mrs. Woodward. Jean is There will be a Christmas Rev. Norman Levine, pastor of Ruby Jean Brook Defendant
ladies Misses! Barbara Jean NorJ J Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Solano family in their sorrow and be pro- Case No. 12-670
the the
a pleasant memory now. We find were daughter 'of Mrs. Percy Benton gram by the Sunday School classes Oak Grove Baptist Church in NOTICE TO APPEAR
hearts and and Linda Gaskins. Their 1 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ortagus of reavement. May God bless them Mr. Lake City To: ,
our thoughts thinking Rodell is the son of Mrs. at Boatdrain Baptist Church. brought the evening Ruby Jean Brooks whose
about Christmas and all it stands song for the morning was entitled Jacksonville and comfort them in their sorrow. Ruth Deskey of Orlando. We wish The date will be announced later. message at Boatdrain Church. We residence You and address Is Unknown.
"How Long Has It Been Miss Delvene Rev. and Mrs. Orville are hereby notified that a uit
for. Don't forget the big parade Morgan of Jack Brookins them many happy years together. Watch for this date and one all enjoyed the sermon very much for divorce
tonight at 7 p. m. in Starke with Since You Prayed." It was thor- !sonville was weekend guest of her and daughter, Linda spent Mrs. G. W. Strickland and son, is invited to attend this play. and hope he will come back and has been filed against you
all the Church Choirs, Santa cughly enjoyed by everyone. 'uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. :!Thanksgiving in Dothan, Ala. Charles of Bunnell visited 'Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brookins and be with us again. and the you above are name required Court to and serve cause a

etc. This is a new idea to start Wed.1esdayevening of last week L. Morgan and family. with Rev. Brookins' mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Ernest Allen over the children of Cocoa and Mrs. Phil- We extend our deepest copy of your answer or pleading to
Rev. Jones of O'Brien broughtan Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lee and W. T. Biookins and family. Rev. regretsto the complaint on the Plaintiffs At-
our Christmas Holidays and weekend. Mrs. Strickland is Mrs. lip Sullivan of Jacksonville visit- the Harris family and to the torney Green &: Green, Starke, Florida
children Brookins'
should a beautiful and inspiring interesting message during were Saturday evening mother returned to Allen's sister. ed Mr. Brookins' parents, Rev. Patel family in their time of and file the original In the office .
prayer meeting. He will also be 'upper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Florida with them to spend nor of the Clerk of the Circuit
entertainment Hutten
for all to enjoy Lee Clark
ages visited his and Mrs. Orville Brookins row. May God bless and Court
Sunday. before
Christmas comfort on or the Z! day of
the preacher for Grady Varnes
this We in holidays
Rev. and
and appreciate. Jacksonville. Mrs. mother Mrs. Mora Clark this James O'Brian spent Saturday them, is cur prayer.Boatdrain December, 1958; otherwise the allegations
We'll start our Heilbronn urge you and you and especiallyyou My mother Mrs. Maude Mott Brookins also visited Mrs. Brook- week. Hutten Lee is stationed in with his friend, Calvin Ream- of said Complaint will betaken
to attend spent ins' brother Baptist Church as confessed by you.
Church news and announcementswith and hear Rev. Thanksgiving Day with her and sister of Headland Charleston, S. C. This notice shall be published onre
a cordial invitation to you Jones. mother, Mrs. J. W. Fralick and Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter es.Little Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn each week for four consecutive weeks
Choir practice every Friday family in Providence. Mr. and Mrs. Zennis Griffis Karen Griffis spent Sat ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Training in the Bradford County Telegraph.
and your family to come and wor- and children of Jacksonville and Dated this 19 ,
urday night
with her day of November
grandfather,, Union, 6:30
ship with us whenever you have evening. Chorister, Russell Red Mrs. W. A. Solano and Mrs. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ellie Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Byrd of Gene Griffis. : p. m.: Evening Wor 1158.
the opportunity. Sunday School ding desires everyone of all ages Bobbie Kite visited in Jacksonville Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs.'Elliott Lake Geneva ship 7:30: p. m. Mid-week Prayer (OFFICIAL SEAL)
were guests of theirmother
Mrs. Sharon
to be present and offer their Monday a week Williams Sunday afternoon. Sweat returned to meeting, 7:15 p. m. Wednesday. CHARLES A. DARBY.
Morning Worship Union ago. Clerk of the
Training Mrs. Mora Clark Sunday.Mr. Bunnell with her aunt, Mrs. G Pastor Circuit Court.
voices in training of the songs Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lavonia Griffis and Miss and Mrs. Harold Griffis I I W. Rev. Orville Brookins. Py Marian L Crosby Deputy
to Clerk.
spend few
I a T Everyone
you love to sing. Mrs. Harold Norman were Mrs. T welcome. _ni_,! }n!.1!
GAY'SHome j Watch this column for details Norman's parents Mr. and Mrs.
about the WMU "Week of Prayer L. P. Rafuse and Mrs. Norman's

AppliancesYour for Foreign Missions" that was sister, Jo Ann, Rafuse of Lawtey
held at the church Wednesday I and Mr. Norman's grandmother

Friendly evening of this week, too late for Mrs. Lou Norman.
publication in this issue. Be plan Very glad to report that Mrs.R. INASPIRITOF
Norge Dealer ning to attend and take part in L. Morgan returned to her

our Christmas program, will have home Monday evening from the
NORQI: APPLIANCES more information about same for Glendale Hospital in Palatka. We I
you next week. are very thankful she was able to I S.
MAYTAQ WASHERS Hope parents of Elementary be home for Thanksgiving and

children were able to attend the hope she will continue to im
COLEMAN HEATERS and Elementary PTA meeting Tuesdayevening prove. May we continue to remember -

FLOOR FURNACESWe of this week. The pro her in prayer also the ,
gram included a film entitled, other sick ones in our community. ';
Service All MakesOf THANKFULNESS
"Crowded Out." This film gave Don't forget the big Strawberry ;:
Appliances information about regular class Football game Saturday evening :

PHONE: WO 4,7511Starke room routine work. Dec. 6, when our Keystone Conference -
Florida Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Redding Champion Tornadoes will
and baby of Wildwood have match their skill with Terry
returned to their home after an Parker of Jacksonville In the
fourth annual '
Strawberry Bowl "

Football classic. This game is ; .
sponsored by the Starke Elks
Lodge as a charity project to raise l >. w.
7:30 To 5:00SATURDAY funds for the Crippled Children.So .

THIS WEEKS ,I come on out to the Bradford Y ; 7IN2ari
7:30 To Noon Stadium Saturday evening, see a'good
game, have a big time and
by doing so help some child towalk

Well guess that's about all, may I
the Good Lord watch over and

protect you and yours always. .. _
bye now. ..
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Watch This Space For Specials STATE S FARMBy t

Mrs. O. E. Crosby


folks I'm sorry we haven't .. r
had any news for couple of weeks may.y" "

RIFLES but I have been sick, spent a few
days in the hospital. '
PISTOLS and F W Mr and Mrs. Charles McGheeand '
; __-.., .
children II ;
of Green : "
AMMUNITIONWith Cove : ,' .",' : ,
Springs were dinner guests of Mr. ; -.. ... ,
and Mrs. Lewis Marton. They were ,,
.:,,; ,
Available -
Financing accompanied home by their son.
Johnnie, who had spent Thanksgiving .

Holidays with his uncle and ,
PrelnventoryPAINT aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Marton. Another ." .. :. .,. .
I tj : ,
guest of the Martons washis

mother, Mrs. Newn Warren of a. ,3 i ..

Mr.rke and. Mrs. Fred Cannon and -. .
SALEtiv : .
spent Saturday in Live '

Outside White 4.Z5an es., hunting and visiting rela- :., .-.. ..' .. .: to our community, which has been so good to us

Mr.1 and Mrs. R. P. McLendon :...

d sons spent Thanksgiving with .
her brother and sister-in-law, Y t' "' i r> .
Interior Rubber '. .
Base -Gal. 3.55, Mr and Mrs. J, S. Cogdill of St. .-. : \
Marks. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McConnell ::'.,: -' .: : we will give 10 per cent of all sales made by

and children came home with 0; .

Exterior Rubber Base Gal. 4.60 weekend.the McLendons and spent the our store starting Friday, Dec. 5, and continuing

SHERWIN-WILLIAMS of Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs.spent Lyle Buck Thanksgiving 3rd through Christmas week to the churches in the area

FLAT WALL with her parents Mr. and which EIrod's
ENAMEL serves.
20% Mrs. Morgan Richarde. '" .
SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL Mrs. John Hall and childrenand ". -" .
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rome of
Starke were dinner guests of

WE WILL CLOSE DEC 25, 26, 27, 28 FOR their Brown parents Sunday.Mr. Mr. .and Mrs. Wilbur ;:. I am asking each of you who makes a purchase from "

INVENTORY and Mrs. J. F. Crews and

children of Monticello spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. "

NO MONEY DOWN and Mr.Mrs.and G.Mrs.E. Crews.Britt Alvarez of to write on the back of your sales ticket the name and

Sunday Palatka with spent their Saturday son-in-law night and and address of the church to which you wish EIrod's to .

Repair daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mickey z -; contribute 10 cent of the
Mercer and family.L. :. per amount of your put

R. Greene of Jasper spentSunday .
Add with his mother .' .. ..'. (" '.. ...' chase.
Rooms --- Carport ... Mrs. A. !. t: -.{.", \. .>
J. Greene and his sister anrotherinlaw d ; .,. .

b Mr. and Mrs Ray ..
Bath Room Cooper. \. \ "r i
Miss Eloise Mercer spent the :. '
(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIXTURES Thanksgiving Holidays visiting : As:soon after Christmas as feasible these requests '
) relatives in Palatka. ;

Time To Re-roof a Friends former of resident Mrs. Bryan of the Whitfield Farm,, : will be separated and totaled, then checks will beat :,

will be interested in knowing th mailed out accordingly. These donations
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SPECIAL she entered Alachua General Hospital '.- apply to

Monday for surgery. We ," ', EIrod's entire area, in and out of Starke.
hope she will soon be well again.Mrs. .
Whitfield is the
mother i of
FREE ESTIMATESCALL Mrs. Milo Seigler.Mr. .
and Mrs. Owen House and
children spent the Thanksgiving

OR WRITE Holidays in Thomasville, Ga. With kind thoughts and best wishes to all of
visiting relatives and friends. you for a happy and blessed Christmas
Capt. and Mrs. .
DAY OR NIGHT Nicholsof .
Chattahoochee and Mr. and
Mrs. Rex .. ... '.. .. CORDIALLY. ..
Nichols also .
of Chatta- : .
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or hoochee and Colie Jr. of Tallahassee ii- .... -,:;,,_ -'=':J .,. '-. i .. (

spent '
with Mr. and Mrs. Nichols' daughter day- Harry C. Elrod, J r. ; : "
and son-in-law Mr: and Mrs. 'I f r
Joe Jones and children.

STARKE BUILDERSSUPPLIES Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greene announce -

the marriage of their:
daughter Marilyn to Bob S tai- HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE CO.

ford. The young couple are residing -
IN( in Jacksonville where he is
employed. Everyone joins in! wishing -
Thought for the week: Do not
AT S.A.L. DEPOT STARKE, FLA. put off until tomorrow that which I : -
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can be done today. Tomorrownever .. STREET STARKE, FLA.
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guest of her son-in-law and !Jr. and Mrs. Horace Redding and Tanner on Thanksgiving -
day Mr {
werp.Mr ? pudplph Chism of Starke.. Gainesville.
daughter: Mr. and Mrs. Logan 'family cf Jacksonville. :.and Mrs. Marion Tucker and trimmings. Those present were NORTH SIDE

Baldwin in Starke from Tuesday I\ Mrs. Hazel Coursoh and' Mrs. sons; and Mr, and-Mrs. ClarenceM Mr. and Mrs Bernard Rosier Reports are that Sonny Dukesis Mr, and Mrs. T. N. Norman and BAPTIST CHURCH

until Friday.G. Sidney Berry and sons of Jacksonville of Jacksonville. and daughters of Ft. Pierce spent doing fine and should be hometo son Gerald. Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
I e '. the weekend all his friends sOOn. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn
.with. Mr. and Mrs. McRae
W. Boles son James Mr. and
MM. of Fernandina ,
ily Joyce T.Vntth visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1
Jimmy Eunice of ValdostaxState Carl Hilliard. Mr.and'Mfs.. Howard Birkholn ing Worship 11 a. m. Training
Beach called his old Mrs. E. C. Sapp and sons Rudolph
on friends.
< Waldion during the weekend.Mr .
ALA LAAALAAAA 43 College spent Thanksgiving with PTA will meet of Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. and' Jo Allen of J Union, 6:3o: p. m. Evening Worship -
UAAAAA Rev. and Mrs. Earl Moses on Sunday and Mrs F. S. Campbell Tuesday evening Heilbronn. Mr. -
his parents Mr and Mrs. Harold evening, Dec. 9, in the school anal T. Blair recently.. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and j i 7:30 p. m. Pr&'er.feeting
Mr. and Mrs....-Bryant evening.. Were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. daughter
Reddish Eunice and 1:30
grandmother, Mrs. jw.Mr. and Wednesday p. m. Everyone
Mrs. T. W.
itorium. Markey and Deletes Mr. and Mrs. I
Flitch-Baker Robert
with Miss Sue,/\Vellman and Ray I I and Mrs. Sidney Williamson and I Selma_ Eunice, and Mrs. Frank My- welcome.-Rev. Gerald Suggs pas-
Reddish Jacksonville I j i Miss Lois Baker daughter of Mr. i family in Gainesville. Mrs. Effie Miner spent from Tinney and rick Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor, tor.

Thanksgiving Day guests of were'i. I and Mrs. Jack Lewis Baker and Mr. and Mrs Rudolph; Rosier of Mr and Mrs. Dan Parrish of Thursday till Sunday with her I sons'were Thursday luncheon Mrs. O. W. McRae and children. |' >*M B l l "

.and Mrs., Jack Pons and family'!I'Richard I Howard Futch son of1! !Palatka brought their new baby Maxville visited Mrs. Hester Hicks; son-in-law and'daughter, Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rurel Mr. and Mrs. Barney Eggers andchildren [ WANTED Clean Cotton Rags
and Mr. and Mrs. Dukes of Lake
in Tallahassee. 1,I Mrs.! Lacy Renfro Futch and the I I daughter to see her grandfather 'Griffin- Hodges. ; M rs. Frank Wells of Leesburg. Butler. I of Jacksonville Mr. and No Pants No Shirts, Must Be
Sunday afternoon. Mr. and l.frs. Oscar I'
late Mr. Futch, were married Fri- f Britt Rosier and Mr. Mrs. Mr. Dennison of Clean. Bradford County Tele
Miss Elizabeth Tatum of Gain- !I I and Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dinkins of Midway and Mrs. Ella Lewis of. Mrs. H. M. McRae and Benny Mc-
I i Cay: evening in the Elizabeth Memorial Ray Rosier and family during the St. Augustine j graph.
'esville/'spent the and Mr. and Mrs.Horace I
long weekend I and Mrs. O, J. Anders'were },fr. Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Rae of Brooker and others.
withher,, parents, Mr.and'Mrs. I,!I Methodist Church Jack- weekend.Mr. and Mrs., JOhnny- -Jenkins and Cox were guests of Mr. Pitt Baxter recently.'r -
W. atum. They all. with the T'j.j'i sonville. Mr. Futch is in the army and Mrs. R. E. Lee and family of Jacksonville and Mrs: P"L. Dinkins during the Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Green and
W.: and is stationed at Ft. Jackson family were Thanksgiving guestsof we ekend.
Tatums and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. C. Gladieuxwho is children visited PROTECT
[, stationedin Mr. and Mrs. R. DRIVER'S licenseBUY
E. Gault and son had Thursday j I! Columbia, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Peter-, the Virgin Islands, spent the. Mr. _and Mrs. Phil Shuford and I T. Taylor of Palatka recently. your
dinner! i' Mrs. Margaret Kelly returnedto I son in Arlington. daughter of Moore
with Haven spent .1
and Mrs. Riley :, Thanksgiving Holidays here Mrs. Alberta
with Stokes Mrs. A-
( the home of her son, Hermie Mrs. Ben Boulden and the
Pixon'and the Bill Dixons in Pa- I family his family weekend,with Mrs. John Shu- manda Lewis
and Mrs. Viola Gil-
]1i tka:. and" fanny after visiting Mr. and I of Wauchula are visiting the A. ford and Dave. .
Mrs. Mattie' Henderson lis attended church
Mrs. Mrs. Roy Tomlinson and family D. Todd family. had as !vIr: and'Mrs. J. E. Warren hadas I in Macclenny
Strickland guests during Sunday
of the
Jack- weekend bi r' ,
at New River and Mrs. Thelma The Rowell
L Prevatts Mrs. Susie
sonville and Miss Gertrude Har- Kelly in Gainesville Prevatt and and Mrs. C. B. Cannon and Mr. Thursday guests Mrs. LeslieBradley Mrs. Viola Gillis visited her sister LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo
Mrs. Mildred Carted r and family of KingsleyLaket
vey of Baldwin visited and Mrs. in
Mrs. Senie 'Ralph Smart "and Micanopy recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffis an of Archer were Sunday of
Prevatt, I guests Marvin Warren of.Jacksonville
Thursday. daughters of and
Jacksonville. Mr. Mrs.
Cecil Melvin
I.daughter have moved from the fir and Mrs. Rufus Prevatt and and Miss Enza Blanchard. and
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prevatt and Friends of Mrs. Eva Griffis children visited his parents. Mr.
home] of Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson to daughter 'and the Wilbur BellS'n Mr. and Mrs H. Membership Fees
family cf Ocala spent from Thurs-the State Farm where Mr.. Grif- Jacksonville Smith will regret "to learn, that David visited Mr., Kelly and and Mrs. Curtis Melvin of Tampaover -- 6 Mo Policies
day until Saturday with she is a patient in Mrs. Bill the
Mr. and \ is Doctors Hos- holidays.
fis employed. Mr. and
Mrs. Mrs. Markilee Raulerson Dixon of Palatka Thursday:
Carl Prevatt; I Mrs. Waren Mizelle Mrs. James I
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cruce and nd daughter of Grove Hill Ala., pital.Miss Mrs. Nancy Keene and the' Allen
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Markham Jackie Harley and Dick Temples Mrs. Earl Green and !
j family
spent Thanksgiving day irrived
Wednesday fcr a visit with Hart
and. family cf Gainesville visited : with her son-in-law and daughi Mr and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson Kent of Jacksonville visited her afternoon with Mr.spent and Mrs.Sunday Clifford Mrs. Betty Gainey attended the DOYLE. E. CONNER AGENCY
and Mrs. Dan W. Starling i I i \ and Mrs. Robert Carlton.and I and daughters. They were all parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley Rhoden of Waldo. lower. show at Lake Butler Sunday j
this weekend. j h family Jr. Jacksonville Tuests in Lamont Thanksgivingday. during' the weekend. Deepest sympathy is' afternoon. 136 W. Call St. Phone: WO 1 4-4501-
Miss Elizabeth Terry went to !j Misses Patricia and Judy Pad Mrs. Steve Starling and ,Mrs. Mr. ahd irs. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Melvin attended I -

Gainesville Thursday to join her I gett j were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweat and Charles,Cox.viere. i in Miami for a the passing> of1,Donald'Bennett's Bennettin the football game at the I -
sister Mrs. C. E. Strickland for a L visit with their husbands during Mrs. Gator Bowl in Jacksonville Saturday ,
J. D.Davis and family in Jack- of
'I sons Jacksonville were Thursday father Mr. Van PatelBROOKER/
visit with Mr. and Mrs. John P. I the Thanksgiving holidays afternoon.
;; scnville from Friday until Sunday I j dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Wyrick of Tallahassee from Miss Barbara Starling spent the Pete Hodge is home from the
Sunday guests of the Niel Joy- Carl Carter and son. ,TTTTTTTTYTYTTTTTTY
Thursday until Saturday. j Iners, were Mr. and Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and weekend with her grandparents hospital! after a minor operationand Now! A Radio nat Plays On
Mrs. Earl Moses spent Thanks-'i Jean had M r. and Mrs. Jack Mathews in doing fine.
Hicks of Green Cove Springs. as Monday guests Mr.
giving with her parents. Mr. and! and Mrs. Ga t1ewil1: Mr.and Mrs. Elzi'e Clark of Mi- I
Hilburn Carl Norman of Jack- '
Mr, and Waldron
MVs. Stafford Sheffield in Kinzs- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawfordhad ami' visited Mr. and Mrs. Dennis

land Ga., while Rev. Moses was and daughters: of' Miami spent the sonville.were Mrs.On Charlie Friday their' guests s as guests during the Thanksgiving By Barbara /Sue Davis Hodge and .Mr. and ,nits. Clark's
weekend with Mrs! Waldrons Miles and Penlight Batteries
hunting in the ;
holidays Misses Betty\and parents over the weekend.
parents, Mr. and Mrs Leroy Donn. daughters of Lake Butler and rA.AAAAAAUUUUAA .'
'MissMary !, I" 9
Julia Putch returned Bobby Davis of Fentriss Va. Glcria Crawford and Mrs. 'Ia?'el l 'Mamie Clark was the weekend

to Tallahassee Saturday after a Mr. and Mrs. J. S. glade and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Tye, Jr. cele Muse and family of Jacksonville. Personals i guest of '''her'sister; Mrs. Charles ,

visit with her mother and brother frmily of Hampton had Thanksgiving brated their 13th Thankgiving dinner guests of Mrs. Edna' Hayes and Mr. and Rayles' of Jacksonville.
._ Mrs. Joyce Futch and Ralph. dinner with Mr. and Mrs. with wedding Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crews Mrs. O. C. Hayes of Gainesville Mr. 'and"Mrs.: R. B. Thomas of t ro SA1T
versary a small party at the b
Everett Burney of Jacksonvillevisited Quincy Rosier. home of Mrs. Tye's brother and were Mr. and Mrs.: J. T. Padgett I were Thanksgiving luncheon Lake City visited' Mrs. Amanda'I lvESse

his mother Mrs. Georgia Relatives of Mrs. Henry Redding sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Robert and family of Heilbronn', Mr. and I guests of Mr. and Mrs Guy Har. Lewis recently. I II

Ann Sapp Saturday. He reported and the late Mr. Reddingenjoyed Keith Jr, in Jacksonville. Mrs. Maiklee Padgett and family rell.Mrs. Leonard Chandler Jacksonville

that his son Pete is in an army a Thanksgiving dinner at Mr. !and Mrs. J. C. Dixon ano .:Mrs.-John Bell and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano visited 'her visited at the home of; the

hospital in Texas. We pray that the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur family had as Thanksgiving; Clifton Sellers and family of Sax'ton. brother A. D. Martin of Waldo L..L. T>yals Saturday. j
guestsMr. '
he will be better soon. Redding. Those present besides and Mrs. Jack Dixon anclaughters. 1! several days last week. Those visiting the C. S. Kelley C1pR-

Ares Les Prevatt and family of the Louin and Arthur;: Redding ': : Mr. tnd Mrs.- William Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Russ Edna and L. L. Dyal families over the G y

the State Farm were the Thanks families! of Evergreen were Mr. Dixon and family; the John Dixon and son of Fernandina Beach Mae Wilson and Zeb Russ and Thanksgiving holidays were: Mr. : / 1 I'a

giving guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. and Mrs. Charley Redding and family and Mr. and Mrs: J_ B spent 'Thanksgiving Holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lewis of Apo p- and Mrs. Fred Waldron and _

B Bradley and Willie Griffis. family of Raiford. Mr. arid Mrs. White and daughters of Jackson Mrs. Mandy Manning. ka were weekend guests of Mr.and daughter, Glenda of Wildwood l .r
Little Randy Massey returned Ellery Redding and family of the ville. J ,Miss 'Yvonne Gaskins of Jack Mrs. Ned Hicks. Mrs. .Os'car XValdron of Jackson {tt tl

home Friday after spending several I State Farm the Bryant'Reddingsof Miss Betty Gaskins of Jackson sonville' spent the weekend with Barbara Sue Davis, Annette ville Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Kelleyie -

days in St. Vincent's hospital. I Lake Butler the Herbert Red- ville spent the weekend with her her parents Mr. and Mrs. FisherGaSkins. Green and Wilbur Barry of the daughters of Wildwood. M r. 11l//

Mrs. Mary Reddish was the I dines of Green Cove Springs and parents Mr. and ''Mrs. J., B. Gas- University of Florida were home and Mrs. L. A. Kelley and sons of 1fomRCA: VICTORThe

'Mr. and Mrs. Fay Durban of for the hodilays with their fin St. Petersburg.; Mr. and Mrs. h/ s rt e

WE HAVE THE kins.Rev.. and Mrs. George' Chism Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. ilies.Mr. Arthur Kelley of Bradenton. Mr. Jraiuieharg Super operates THE TtANSICHARO SUPER.Alltransistor .
and son of Moniac. Ga. visited tRoy h e II. C. Wainwright and Mr. and and Mrs. G. W. Davis and and Mrs. A. H. Hall and children. on inexpensive penlight cells radio. In iceberg whit.personal, lur.quoi .

LONG /7>f-fc0& TopQualityr Griffis family Sunday, Mrs Ed Durban during the weekend. Barbara and Dickie Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barrels of -or longer lasting mercury Q > -and-k.berg whit.or

Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Wilk .on -' the'Ardell Howard family in LakeCity : Jacksonville Lt, Col. and Mrs. 'T. cells. And you hear all your two-tone blue. Model .

>* WINDOW MATERIALS and family were in'Jacksonville Mrvan'd Mrs. Donald Ballentineof Sunday afternoon. E. Persinger and 'son of Warner favorite programs in rich _M_ Guaranteed */MPAC**eese

s.itfft kAII Sunday for a birthday dinner for Jacksonville spent Thanksgiving Mrs. Mike Tilghman and children I- Robin:; 'Ga.. Mrs. R. C. Jackson n "Golden Throat tone. ii Plug-in for earphones

WINOOW.. ., ATEAIALS( FLEX-O-GLASS Mrs Wilkison given by her son' with the D. G. ano Leon Wil- of Gainesville visited the G and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Adams & Printed circuits
kerson familes. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Davis Com in for a Always insist ICA .. .,.
RwFt. Donald and his family at their family Thursday after and daughter of Tampa and Mr. on batteries.; th.,
Demonstration rodio .
Today enginetndfor extra hour
home. G. 'Wilkerson and Miss Gloria noon and Mrs. W. D. Cannon of Gain- luttning

Wilkerson returned home with Carolyn McDavid of esnlle.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jacksonville
were weekend guests of .them. '''fcr1' the weekend. State College for Women was Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jones and Now You Can Own
Mrs. Hoye Hague and family 1 home for the holidays with |her Hazel and Bill Jones visited the
oar Mr. and Mrs. L. .S. Tanner
were in Jacksonville on Friday to l parents and Mr and Mrs. Mc- Gerald Jones family in Gainesville
,l nr, R tlr + Mrs. Nathan Starling spenThursday' it see Dais: Jack,Hague and Mrs.; S. 1 David Sue and Brenda McD vial during the holidays. VICTOR
with' Mrs. RCA
Wiley Smith Hague. i accompanied her back to school Mrs. Lula Mott Mrs. Barksdale

,.. and family in Jacksonville.' Guests of Mr. and Mrs. FredMoore Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs D. W. Moore of Starke

ScREENGLMsZ5iFLEX.O.PANE Sunday diner guests of Mr. and during the ThanksgivingHolidays Willis visited R. F.
af. Mary of Bell returned : Mrs. Gano Sundayafternoon.
Mrs.. Guy Futch were Mr. and< were Freddy Moore of < home after visiting her daughter .

I Mrs. K. R. Barrett' and sons of Atlanta. Mrs. Billy Torode and: I Mrs. Beatrice Sullivan for a! Mr. and Mrs, P. K. Session of Big Color TV

,Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs., O. C son of Gainesville and Mr. and cool:. Wauchula are'visiting the Ralph

McStephenspn, Mr.. and Mrs Mrs. S. D. Andrews and family of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Douglas ofJ.j Nettles family this 'we k.

W4mMANDID ON THI IDOL NUNS SATISFACTION IUJUMflf Johnny Crews and mother Mr. Wildwood. They all with Mr. andMrs. Charleston S. C. is visiting his I', Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kelley and =- _-

and Mrs. J. O. Moye of Jacksonville Tom Casey and daughter attended I mother Mrs. Iva Douglas for a children of' Jacksonville visited
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy See Color -
the Boyer family reunionat few days.: friends and relatives here during

Priest of Starke., .. .... .. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Les Hardee of Parris Island the holidays. +
r.n__ ct".. "., 11" .1 .11". T'\.a night '
w u. "40.' C1 'U .u. ua.cThis David Ocala every -
en Thanksgiving Mary Ella Turner and Mr. and: SYlviaand Carolyn Norton and ,

Day. There were about 65 Mrs. Lloyd Wood and son, Craigof Patty Moser of Kingsley Lake this Fall! ''

MAKE YOUR HOME I WINTER-TIGHT people present. Jacksonville visited the W. E. were Sunday guests of Annettaand -
Mrs. Hermie Kelly entertainedthe Bigham Jr. family durng the Janice Mott. New Term '
tong- Payment Plan :
Junior Department of the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry of

IT'S TfME To TACK UP Methodist Sunday School with aweiner Patty Bigham returned hoMrs. me Gainesville were weekend guestsof take up to 00 months to pay!

6'x9' roast at the home of after visiting her grandparents.Mr. her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. It's compatible-you/ / get

R. E. Lee Friday afternoon. Those and Mrs. L. L. Hardee Sr. in O_ Harrell. black-and-white shows too! Nod..iic5781.2ss..n I .of vr.oaeorea.
R Porch was enjoyins this delightful party: Jacksonville through the holidays. Those from here attending the -

Tt enclosed T* with'. were Libby and 3 George Smith; The W. E. Bigham Jr. family Andrews Kelley wedding at New Dependable-easy to tune! only

't ,,_ Dorothy and Margie Hart Johnny were Thursday luncheon guests River Thursday night were b PT. leA Pianairad and Developed

; T ye,, Lorraine.,Priest, Karen and.I of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee. Sr. and Mrs,. M. O. Harrell. Mrs. Lidia CGIIpahblo CoIGr TMVisioa _.........lli__ 495.00
CRYSTAL Johnny Lee. Cathy Jones and in Jacksonville Mrs. Leslie Green. and MissAnnette >

Gloria and Roger Padgett. Mary Jane Bigham visited 'Mr. Green.

Flex-0-Glass Mrs. D. B. Thomas and Donald and Mrs. Albert Miller and R etaast

C Brs visited Mrs. Nellie McKinney in Jean Mattaire of Gainesville .l FfffYTTTTYTYTTTTYTTTTTYT --
Jacksonville Saturday.

y YM.t rx. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Norman week.Mr. and Mrs. .
Carl Martin of Miami .PI I I HE LEVELMrs.
t t a and family were Thursday dinner spent several days with her rI

I guests of Mr, and Mrs. Carlos mother Mrs. H. E. Stokes lastweek. .. H. SL JIcKac I,

'j Rosier in Raiford. Others visiting during thiAAAUUAAUAAAAAAAAA f

: i I Mrs. Mattie Carter and family weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Dewey- !
I vd vd 4ib THE COST Visited the Robert Carters in Clay Stokes and son of JacksonVille.Algerin Rev. W. E, Hall filled ,his, regular I ;
hb in 3 cts$ OF GLASS Hill on Sunday. '
Avmla incM a to s Lloyd of Gainesville and appointment at the church i
1, 2$ inches, s6 1 y Mrs. L. H. Hill returned this the Buddy Stokes family, of Sunday. We were glad to have all I

.1 week from Fort Myers where she Starke. the visitors.; r

x t.adisited her brotherinand -law .i Judith Bushloper of Green Dove J. W. McRae made a trip 'by Y

THERE IS ONLY sister Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Springs spent the holidays with bus to. South Carolina last Saturday t I ,

ONE FLEXOGLASSM R : AVE Blount! Mrs. Blount is in'the hasher grandparents Dar. and Mrs.N. night to bring his son Arley's 1 H _f a

de ly Were lm.Th : % v \ pital following* -* a recent heart at- J. Davis in the Scrub *and car- hme. He got back Sunday a

*ie er ** tack. Judith returned home with :het' afternoon. Arley: will come: back ------- I Ilii
ft litHe4 It?* Mrs. Earl Moses entertained the mother Mrs. W. S. Bushlo per, 'by plane soon.

Os 40% : Junior Choir of the First Baptist Sunday. Miss: Peggy"Conner of Miami f / I

Church with a Weiner roast at Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis 'lnd spent Friday and Saturday of lastweek .

her home Friday afternoon. About children of Waldo were Sunday with Miss -Yvonne Comic '

ON FUEL 25 were present. luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Mrs. ,Bishop Thomas and children 189.9

J The Allen Harts and Mrs. Nancy N. J.,Davis. of Brooker attended church RCA Victor Donley. Big; value in

{ it i 4u 4', ....... .............._....- ._ .:J : Keene had as holiday guests Mrs. Schley H. DeLoach of here Sunday: and they with llr: table TV. 262 sq. in. picture. Bal .
TOPQUALITY Mr. and J .Mrs. John Anderson. Jacksonville visited her parents and Mrs. W.,C. Conner YvoI
1Wup's : and
; npet -
Genuine F1ez 0-Glass {holds !O anced Fidelity FM Sound. Pull-push
> told
keeps oat Mr.. and
I. x R. C. Keene Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W
/1 T. BlahSun-| were dinner guests of Mr. and
/ letS ia Ultra-Violet rays better dun glass. Flex-tXGUjj saved Gertrude Towers on-off switch with Stay-Set volume
Jacksonville day. In the Mrs
afternoon they visited H. H. .
40!%oo fuel on this bouse and kept it warmer,more comfortable,' Mrs I Leads' control. Transformer-powered chassis
Bradley, and Mr. and Sonny Dukes at the hospital in Mr. and Mrs. 0. W.
freer from drafts all winter long year after ye Jr. Yon-can,too! t tJ Jackson and with improved weak signal reception.
daughter, Ann and
Mr and MrsRonald .
t CLEAN rrFxO. Jackson Tube-saving power surge resistor.
cRrsrA all of Charleston
GENUINE JUST cur .. S. C., and Mrs. Jackson motrjer .Printed.-- circuits. Available in 3-finishes.- ; .

II GUSS AND TACK ON t qIt .G u ss S Mrs. E. McMillan of Jacksonvillevisited .

,the H. M. McRaes
t .
,, 'X ri. ..j5 :*i *>e Eoiy io UeS + slssR afternoon. They also visited O

inexpensive toe! ,.. W.'s parents at Keystone Heights
GUAIANri ., :
-' Cut wtth Shew Twfc O* Jeoir.tyFUXIBLESHATTEmOOFLASrS AlL 0wierll :Cheaper Visitors of the H. M. DicR Lea TV S
: $ \ Than Saturday were Mrs. J.. C, Crew erv
IiI. S ; FOt TEAM Z4t use L, Glass and grandson Danny Crews o f
F U Jitti In Sunshine Vitamin D (Health -
< 2 .' ... Giving Ulho-V oIe lay) AUTY St. Augustine, Mrs. F, L. Connor
and five grandehildren. and Mrs

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rS 's __ worked, at the Crosby
for,4 yea m Cemetery'
that sans fal\ioo. : I in the afternoon and visited Fully Equipped -. Dependable
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and M S. Fr L. Crosby,, and .
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QI\,,00 sfir i 5. fir san NYM.L. ,. I. 1M"'/.teftoct]JIM iris w taw' a+ and.Mrs. Leo Richardson. of Bay-
A1R taps_ cu cater M wttif f.SIQ Den. wdow*1 tt mtntkit. flu0Cta. ( 351 FLEXIBLE.SHATTERPROOF
n ".,. < "T1! : wadM tuiiy ut AayM at Mikt I i t Aol Btlt .LAST LOHGER less Highway.. '
.W' f. .;-' .'A'' < ; etllyenllrbaA rttot&ftumtaaiHoulSUS! Sunday afternoon
Sl 00 call at ItIti fIeI-O-Qm Iw t_ r' U-l ** visitors of
THAT BLOW OFF IN IA1Z ZARDI.! '> lOOKfOtTMINAMIftJUkMM w hdn.etssll. 184 Edge MeantSatisfaction ,I Crosby of- Heilbronn and -
ON TAE toot.Tats ...* ha.elw.dra _. Guarantee Mrs. HutchinsQn of Starke. '
This All T.llws o..Jer T. SYOII Gel TlleRie''" PrMuc.t At T1eigl.. Nc.- Thanksgiving Day' was v crybir I Owner

SOLD I BY: YOUR LOCAL much; enjoyed at the home of I I TV Radio .- Seat Covers
HARDWARE I AND I LUMBER DEALERS .' 4 N.AM3.1t. & as |fc Upholsterfaf
and Mrs. B. M.\McJlu. A long
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St. Mark's Episcopal Spina and George Anderson. ident Levy Lennon in charge. Due I -
High of Gainesville, girls and i
I conducted
A lot of folks are'going to plant by Assistant Supt.
I. Eev. Raymond f:. pine! seedlings this It is to the fact that Rev. Ulysses Clark t beys. Come out and enjoy seeing I Lula Jones at the usur! ho n- Dec.
Sunday Services MaCBtatna.m.: .,, late for complete site chaplain is working nights, a new a class "B" school: beat a class 7. All scholars, visitors and friendsare

; j' CHURCH NEWSMethodist Church School; 11:00 ajri.. Morn; tion for tree planting but prepara-if you chaplain was elected. Memberships A"' school team. I. Butler, reporter invited to attend Vera Cole-
are being sold for the
Florida .
ing Prayer and Sermon: have n heavy ground man, reporter.Pleasant .
I sNBSCilOU8STISI6Tls cover on Congress cf PTA for $1, of the Thurston School Grove Methodist Church
HolyCommunion Sun woodland sites, Don
n amount 15c will go to the state
day 11:00 a.m. Third Farm The Pleasant Grove Methodist
; Sunday, Forester, suggests control Thanksgiving party and
organization and the
7 7:30 a.m. Soil Conservation burning of the site. Dcn't plant in the local will remain All- jamboree' was very successful. We. Church, Rev. H. J. Blunt, pastorill

ChurchChurch At The Tabernacle Wednesday-7:00: p.m. Choir N. E'. W. S until you have had at least one old! members are being asked to are deeply grateful to H. P. Mor- I for held their first regular service
I Practice 7:45 good rain. gan, Supt. for authorizing the the new conference year start-
Ii i ; PJOL, Litany and Be sure you have a solicit new members by selling
School, 9:45: a. m. Speakers for the winter season I Bible Study. By Bin Haas good; system of fire breaks to pre- them this membership card. Local electrical work at our schcol' Leo ing with Church School. Supt.

Morning Worship 11 a. m. Nursery at the Tabernacle are being arranged Son Conservation Service "entild fires. dues are still 50c each month. which was very much needed. We DeSue in charge. Love feastat

and Junior Church at the for, including a mission- HOPE: BAPTIST CHURCH Harry Green says he has a tree Committee chairmen are still ask have four large lights on the outside 11 a. m. by our new pastor,

morning service. ary from the Friends of Israel Premillennial Fundamental Braiford Farmers cooperating planter \fl'Jchill speed up your ed to meet each Monday'night; now and we are looking for- communion at 7 p. m. All members -
MYF. 6 p. m. Youth Meetings, Group. Missionary. Seven- miles south Of with the District are combatting planting job. There are a few fellows nreceeding the regular meeting on ward to fixing the goal on the > are asked to come to the lastLord's

6:30: p. m. Evening Worship 7:30: Rev. Clarence Dibble continueshis Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack- soil fertility with cover crops. This in the County that are doing Wednesday, M. B. Wheeler, re basketball court so that the larger Blunt in Supper for 1958. Rev.
p.m. ministry in the absence of the ham pastor. time of the year you may find hand planting. porter. girls and boys may play basket charge.

J. Sunday School 10 any number of your neighbors Requests for a complete soil ball during physical education The Spiritual Echoes appeared
Tuesday, 9:30: a. m. Prayer sponsor ,T. Quigley, who has a. m., Wor We regret the illness of
: our
group sponsored by WSC not yet returned to the pulpit. ship, 11 a. m.. Training Union, 7 out early and coming in late. survey was made, by Ben Suslow elementary department coordinator period. Watch for the date of our at Bethlehem Freewill Baptist

Wednesday: Story Hour for Mrs. Hipple's Bible Class com p. m.. Evening Worship, 8 p. m, That's right, he is striving hard and Clarence Roberts. Their land Mrs. M. L. Paul. She is Christmas program and party. Church last Sunday and set the
I as he can to get lupine or small lines have been Mrs. S. C. Price church on fire. Follow this
young people, 3:30: p. m. Prayer pleted the Book of John last Sunday Wednesday Prayer meeting" located on aerial in Bradford County Hospital with principal, Miss with
Meeting and Bible Study in Fel- and received attractive booklets 7.30 p. m.Everyone. grain planted before hunting sea- photographs and a request for a improvement reported of this Albert reporter. Clarence DeSue at the piano.

lowship Hall, 7:30: p. m. Chancel l with illustrations and memory welcome. son is too far gone. And he will soil.survey made to the Soil Con date. She is teacher of as the 3rd Church News The Tyson family is deeply
not only have some time off ;for servation Service Area grateful to all the members and
Choir rehearsal in the sanctuary verses of each chapter. office in and 4th Mount Moriah Methodist Church
grades at RJE and habeen
hunting, but friends for condolences
hopes to profit from Lake City. and sympathy
8:30: EVERGREEN Mount
p. m.BIBLE in the system for Moriah Methodist
St. Edward's Catholic Church BAPTIST CHURCH early: fall rains before the, usual It will pay to protect your pine many many Church. Rev. H. J. Blunt is the during their recent be-
Starke, Florida dry period sets in. trees reavement. Mae Bell Dell, reporter. -
Sunday School 10 a, m. Preaching says Lloyd Green. Lloyd has BasketballThe new pastor. We are pleased to .
Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : Cover cropping is, a must for a system of fire breaks on his have him after a very successful
VERSE5T Holyday Masses at 8:30 & maximum place. For RJE Tigers enjoyed an Allen Chapel AME:
: a. m. m. Preaching 7:30: p. m. Prayer producti6n. as well as assistance in establish- conference at 'Fire Temple. Our Church
5:30: p. m.Weekday. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. for protection on our lands Zedra ing fire breaks contact the Brad easy victory over Macclenny Mon delegate to the conference Allen Chapel AME Church, Rev.
\ r' Mass at 8:00: a. m. Hamilton of Brooker said, "Since ford Fire. Control Unit.HIGHLAND. day afternoon with a score of 21- lay-leader William was L. A. Sampson, pastor will hold

Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRISTpresently I have teen planting lupine my 37. Coach about Shell is not too optimistic will give us a report Holland on the con who I regular pastorial services Sunday

P. m. .( meeting In City Hall|) corn yields have increased. If it is yyyyyy yy! yy y which the future games, ference in the near future. Many. starting with Sunday School at;
Baptisms, marriages and Instructions where I can I will plant' lupineon manv of the laree of the 10 a. m. Supt. Love Feast 11 a.
Sunday-Bible study, 10 a. m. high, schols of Jacksonville. The and new members were I
by appointment. my place every year." ni. Communion 6 p. m. Junior
I worship, 11 a. in.EveningYoung. on hand to greet and '
::::: Tigerettes were just 7 points behind welcome Church each
The Tuesday at 5
grain drill is still p. m.
Bible being them whpn our old, yet new pastor back to
people's the final whistleblew Mae Lois
**7V* I ills* r '" used. Some, of the folks president, Junior
using the 'JII'It.
Now unto him that is abledo tc BAPTIST CHURCH study, 7; preaching, 7:30. drill. were Bill Reddish Ily Lacy Normma better luck next time. Persons Mcunt Mcriah and Pleasant Choir rehearsal on Friday under
exceeding abundantly above Sunday Schoor. 10 a. m Morn Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30' Leach Wilton Conner P. K: ,......... ..... -.AAeA I who show cromisft as for Grove. The conference closed witha the direction of Sister N. Lv Pul
ill that we ask or think,according D. m. AT wards for freshmen rlavers are high spirit and the conferencefor lum.
uig Worship, 11 a. m. Evening Chanter.. 'Pat A.. All members are asked to at
in Miller.. _
the that worketh us, James;_
to power Radio Program- Station nn Mr. and Mrs. Burton J Deloris 1959 will be held in
Corowters h Jenkins November
Unto him be glory in the Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training and Betty Jean tend. There will be a Rock-N-Rsll
church by Christ Jesus throughout Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. MidWeek WRGR, Mc day, 6:30> a. m. First Christian Church cf Jacksonville visited Mrs. 'Crum. at Bethune-Cookman College movie "Reck Around the Clock"

all ages world without end. Prayer Meeting, Wednes .Ruth Marr on Sunday. 1 Block Drive Daytona Beach, with Steward Memorial on Dec. 11-12 at Reno Theater
Amen. Ephesians 3:20,21 | 7:30 HIGHLAND Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Van Zant The Senior Church, as hest. Servicewas
day : pjn.FAITH Morning worship, 11 a.m. Class under the (starting I each night at 7:30: p. m.
BAPTIST CHURCH Rev J. E. Sherwood pastor of Callahan visited friends here. leadership 1 of Alfred Lee Baker Nov. 30. Sunday School will E. J. Givens reporter. ;1

BAPTIST CHURCH1 Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Saturday afternoon. are spearheading a rally to get

Sunday School 9:45 AM Lawtey Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and Youth Churcn, 7 p.m. Visitors of the L. J, Normans. er.ogh blocks to make a wall a- i

Morning Worship11 AM A. E. Massey Pastor 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Prayer Meeting! Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Mar- round the basketball court of RJE.

Bible school, 10 a. m. Wednesday, 7:30: p. m. Rev. 7:30: p.m. vin Thompson of Jacksonville,i We are soliciting the help of all SAVE AT .

Training Union 6:15 PM\ Preaching, 11 a. m. George Chism pastor. Everybody Adult Choir practice, 6:45: pm.Wednesday. Roy Griffis of Lawtey, Mr. and' the; citizens of Starke for this

Evening Service, 7:30: p. m. welcome. .. Mrs. Chism of Moniac, Ga., and venture. We want to have a. "tin }

Eve. Worship 7:30 P.M. Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Ladies Mr. and Mrs. Truman Pease of St. burning" before this basketball
Council 1st And 3rd .
7:30: pm., Wednesday.Radio Tuesday nights.Everybody Marys, Ga. season is over. This will also im
program, 8 to 8:30: L'no LATTER DAY SAINTS Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Stevens prove the appearance of the campus -
Services each Sunday in old welcome to eaeb..spent Thursday and Friday here: .
Madison Street Sunday over station service. generally. It takes only 20c
WRGR Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- and at Callahan visiting relatives.
Starke. ,. to buy a block. Will you donate
lay School 10 a. m. Sacrament Mrs. Sara Norman and Mrs-
mWAV ,CHAPELASSEMBLY as many as you can?. If we get
Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wet Zettie Padgett in
Baptist Church K1MGSLEF LAKE 'Ome. OF COD, Wednesday.were Jacksonville enough we may be able to builda I

MISSIONARY BAPTISTSunday G. M. Osborne, Pastor.. wall high enough to put a top
< School 9:45: s.m. MornIng Mrs. Janette Griffis of Jacksonville on it and have the first steps in
((900 Block W. Madison\ St. ship: 11 a.m. Evening Sunday School 10 m. MornIng spent Saturday here with a gymnasium, a shelter from the
Service 7:30 PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS, Worship, 11 a. ,m. Evangelistic Mrs. Callie Griffis and Leslie
p.m. Prayer Meeting rain and cold. The class and
Service spon-
CHURCH 7:45;
each p. m. Thursday I Griffis. PRICES
J. H. \ Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Everyone sor Mrs. F. S. Pierce will
Mabiy Pastor appreciate -
Sunday School, 10 weekly service. Invitation
Morn prayer
weICfJme.-Hev. a. m.; The R. E Quantity GOOD
H. H. Mot : Sapps of Green Cove
your cooperation. ,
ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic > extended to everyone. 5
nastor ; were Rights 0 Thru
Thursday, Friday i- civic, fraternal and church organizations 0o STOW
services 7:30: p. m. and Reserved Dec. 6th.
Saturday visiting her
are asked to make
FIRST Wednesday Prayer Meeting parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. N contributions.. The Fiesta Clubhas
BAPTIST 7:30 p. m.PARK. Overturt Jr, Minister
Church- Starke man.Mr. started off this march with
Sunday -: Sunday School, 10 and Mrs Cecil Hardee and $25. Who will be next?? CLIP THIS COUPON
AIR BAPTIST CHURCH a. UL, morning service, 11 a. m..
Rev. Lewis D.,Haines children and Mr. and Mrs. C herGAME TONIGHT LincolnQUALITY
Sunday School 9:45 Morning eyening service 6:30 .
a. m.; ( p. m. les
Jefferson and Court Streets In the Heart of Town Worship 11 a. m. Training Wednesday Bible study, 7:30: 'II Thanksgiving Starling' and guests son of, Jerry the Oscar were. This Certificate Entitles You To

Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Worship p. m.
Phones Van Zants of Callahan.
: Office WO 4.6801Pastorium \\'O 9-2301 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer .
SUNDAY Service Wednesday 7:30: p. m. -yyyyyyyyy..yyyy--- 'Y Y T,Y Y yy 1 yy y yyyyy yy yy yyy to MEANS MORE 50 J"J:% Green Stamps
SERMONS 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. Everyone welcome. NEWS OF INTEREST TO:' COLORED FOR YOUR. MONEY .

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A FRIENDLY p.) m. Bible Study: Wednesday.. .. .. .. . ., .
WELCOME AWAITS YOU .a..a..II .II .II .II .II .II .II .II .II. & & & & & & & _&_&........: Void After December 6 1958
7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning War .. .............. ,
I :::ee--------:: : t
FRIENDLY CHURCH ship, 11 a. m. News Limit adult
Evening: Worship, n end E. J.,Givens held their annual one to with a $2.50 or more food order,
7:30: p. m. Bible school, 10 a. m:: We regret that we were unable dinner on Wednesday at Jenkins
to publish several articles ]lat Elementary. The, guests were

The perfect tribute to ,CHURCH OF: GOD \reekdU3 to the. -t Thanksgiving Principal Eddie 'Thompkins. SuperviSor YOUR CHOICE TWO WONDERFUL
j \ Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng holiday which necessitated going I II V. Williams and Supervisor -

a cherished memory Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday to press early. All reporters of I O. Shell. AI delicious dinner I

1 Evening Service, 7:45: p. m. YPE clubs, churches, fraternities another d was .prepared and served by the E, Instant CoffeesChase

Every funeral that we con 'i Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m civic organizations are asked teachers. Significant remarks were /

duct is a source of sustaining I 1 ;Prayer Meeting Friday.7:45: p. m to turn news in a day earlier made by Principal Eddie Thomp .

solace LAWTCTSunday when holidays come on Thursday kins who had to leave and eat
spiritual inspira School, 10 a. m. Morn This will apply to Christmas and! anqth'er dinner
RJE. Ida Mae Astor
tion to the family; tag Worship 11 a. m. YPE Service New Years. The publicatian day Suggs, reporter. &
s Saturday, 7:30 7 9 69 F
Hundreds p.o. will be Wednesday instead of Record Hop Friday Night 'Instant

of details are managed and economically Thursday, so your deadline for The Wateroak Elementary xx Sanborn

attended to that only a trained and careful NEW RIVER news to this office will be by or School will present a preChristmas' 6-oz. Jar 6-oz. jor

organization can perform when the urgent need BAPTIST CHURCH before 10 a. m. Monday. We will l record hop on Friday Dec.

for serving is at hand.DeWITT Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship appreciate your cooperation because 5 starting at 7 p. m. Plenty of refreshments l Limit one with a $5.00 or more food order.
Hour 11 a. m. Evening Servo
we want to serve you. Your will be on sale. Ad-
tee. : 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eaci Editor.
C. JONES misison 25c to all.- The
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Wednesday, 7:30: p.m. Home Again being given by the staff so ythat Ttx' BLUE or WHITE DETERGENT
AMBULANCE Wtstmoflt. Mod.II2245 9i"ar.rell
PHONES SERVICE GRAHAMBAPTIST .T. Sgt. Carl Royal has returnedto we may have a.big Christmas dinner l ding _I., 262 iq. i*. nc
: WO 4.2600 WO 4.2610 Starke alter taeulorplowsarea.w9r' i'.dWot.
tour of in
a duty
and party for .
We furnish the CHURCH the children on put. Mah Boay or Glad 0.k celorl. WHITE < \
highest type service at lowest prices, and accept Korea. He recently joined his wif, Dec. 18 starting at 11:30a. m. 'The -
ANY life insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY company as Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morn Annie Ruth and daughter, Kathie activities will end with Christmas (Walnut cotol lgePkg 19\1

payment in part or in full on funeral services. Consultation Union tag Worship 6:30: ,p.11 n"-L"Veninsr m. Training Worship Royal... He is the youngest son ofMrs. caroling, in the community by the 259.95. ARROW
carries Sophia Royal, Most Ancient
no obligation. 7:30 children Pram 8 p. 9, so light
: p. m.Rev Billy Bryant
Matron of
the Ruth Court of candle
a in the window so we can
pastor. Heroines of Jericho. Sgt. Royal know you are listening Amant .

and his family will spend a pa delepeChatutlerrreporter.

cf the holiday season with relatives ,-. Umpton School LESS SERVICE

\ and friends in Columbus" ; Ga. President of thePTA Mrs. Tom; HEADACHES \
He will leave on Jan. 3 for Fort die Durham and members are :SUNNYLAND Half or WholeWD

; Carson, Colo where his family. planning a community ChristmasTree. Zenith handcrafted horizontal

\ yr4 :tier. r great will join to be hint back later. He says it's and program at Macedonia Printed'chassis Circuits uses for less No I' .
home and that
he is having Baptist Church, Hampton.. Theservice headaches.with 1HJams Lbs: 491La ,
a wonderful time day.Dec,18 starting at 8 p. m. Airogram.
with his family and friends. is being planned by

Jt'nott.eJ''EDDERS .Fiesta Social Club Principal M. Taylor. She will I be ) A
The Fiesta Club met at the assisted by Supervisor Shell. All '
home of President Clarence De- patrons
are asked to begin shopping -
Sue last Friday and had a very early so that they will have

delightful time with Mr. and Mrs. a lot of gifts on the tree for e ery-:

William Holland as host and' one. Let's make the boys and girls Zenith- __ "Branded" U. S. Choice
|hostess. Games were played, plenty iof our school and community hapSUNSHINE PICTURE.TUBE
A cf music and much fun. AU 'py. Patrons
of Keystone Heights CHUCK
'FIRST' members are asked to attend the are ' also support this 591'
|first meeting in January which gain, proEXTRA VA1UE-' LB

11 will be held at the home of Harry C.,C. Anderson Jr..High FEATURES18ooovolts 'I ROAST

n Young, treasurer. .This' will be the The: basketball'seasonwill. open> of

/ib date for election of ofifcers, so Monday, night? .Dec,15.:v;'hen, An picture power
kindly be. present. E. Young:edersoti plats! Bryant Academy of .
L Cindens
IIA'G' porter. .. .t Yulee i: Al! {overs, of the game areboys picture .
Carnation S. S.- dabThe glass Morton Frozen
tavited toattend* (}illsand'the Beef, Chicken or Turkey

and 'cooling' last birthday party for will playPlent3r ef>".ff'freshmenban Spotlit dial *
year was held at the home 01 fui Meat
.fez everyone -The.Christa Pies 5 For Sro
1 / Thin lowPushbutton design control!'J.' Thermostat control president McNefl All honorees mas program/leaturin? talent in Pull-push/on off )

expressed.thanks.W. the group,fo:t the entire school? "'wilf be.held. ,control Morton Frozen Delicious
rtODOW :.-r WORlb Camp tielwmidfetti stejy: automatic"Heats cooSrI&TV,/iltert.! .. defrcxN, the .lovely party and gifts receiv jtiuring> the teuular chapel hour at :JTone control 00
AIR CONDITIONERS HUT TIME EVER "FCDDUS" ed. The pre-Christmas- meetinj 1 p. m,,Mandiy.t pee, 15. Mt s. Z.mhairan. 'I Fruit Pies 2 i
.. the .f4ecl. .tolutio" ROOM AIR CONDITIONS $2S9 will also beheld at the home oiPre's'idenf P. Jenninksf general c: SEE ZENITH RADIOS SIZE i

to modern winter Indoor AT THIS LOW IOWSHEPHERD'S' .... ; McNeil in Pleasant City of, .
comfort problems. ....... this .program;Farenisare I! .in- Fresh Tender
Monday night .Dec8.. MemberswID cited to comet out and'take part -

meet "Santa Claus" in person fa. the pro ram. Principal C L C. From $| Q.95
so please be present.,This.Tull A ndsrson has cjevetooed a VisitorSclip M& Pole Beans 2 Lbs 29,
i be the last meeting for 1958..New : for yiu that will keep
RADIO a record
memberships will be accepted, bj ...,f your visits too. the schooL Southern Gold YellowOLEO

.. approval of the club starting .the that, the parent with the
INMAN D. GREEN- Owner first regular meeting In January; ropstiliix, on file win win the WINKLER.Electric ; 2 Mb.25,

TV C. Cohen, reporter ilas tJo"eek\th\ ; i honor, 'of. beW "Outstanding Pkgs

-" RADIOPHONE SEAT COVERSSTARKE 5 UPHOLSTERY infcrmation waS given: by Mrs 'Parent of' the Year!" Don't wait Service
Pauline Marshall whorls.the secretary fJTA
visit your school today.(
WO 4.6901 FLA. 226 W. CALL ST. ; not.teBbTterjr T:,.: .: I Cf;Johijsoni; repOrter. Save At
Thanksgiving Diane 224 N. WINN-DIXIE
I BJE. ): {ew* Temple Ave.

'- -- The,classes in Special Educ*. Regular 1 mwtinir of the PTA 1 .
lion taught byMrs.. L 'C; --Je1sCn 'was heltTat I the'scbool'with.:PIesI ; Fh. '



PAGE TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. nw.n FLORIDA Tnrr.l... -.v.:n.tT rvrrTermite '. a A.1G..!....

REVIVAL TO START at the Naval Air Station in Atsugi. .. County Judge'. Co.rt !. A.. F.r 'Ort en W. 'Griffin Administrator(
AT LAWTEY BAPTIST Japan. Bradford CvUBtr. Florida.In of the Estate of Ethel M. .Biggs, de
Control I re: Estate ofETHE4 ceased. .
Revival services will begin Sun- :\ OK SI. FILING BIGGS, dt'ct'8t'd.OTll"E 1Il!O;'4t1:.11
... FOR DEPENDABLE: day, Dec. 7, at the First Baptist Pfc. Ernest E. Tanner., Jr. son FOR FINAL DIMIIIRGK PKT1TIOX OF
Church Lawtey with Rev.. Jerry n of Mr. and Mrs E. S. Tanner of ADMIMVTRITOR

S Household A Commercial Harris of Westside Baptist 1 1r SERVICE MEN Starke. recently completed the TOLL Xotice WHOM is hereby IT HIV given CONCERN that I Try Our Honie1lci4ePIZZA\
Church. St. 33-week radar repair course in the have filed
Peet ControlGrove Marys Ga. as evan- my final returns as Administrator
gelist. Army Signal School. Fort Monmouth of the Estate of Ethel
M. Biggs, deceased; that I have fried
Spraying Rev. James A. Shillings MinI- N. J. He received trainingin my petition for final discharge and
ster of Music and Education at testing, repairing:and performing I will apply to the Honorable Theron -
Call FR 6-2661 the Norwick St. Baptist Church, maintenance on ground radar ford A.County Yawn County Florida Judge on December of Brad! Italian .Spaghetti
equipment. A 1954 graduate of ISth. 1958 -
at 10:00 A.M. for
Florida Pest Control) youth will serve counselor as song for leader the services and %4 By 0: T. Huggins BHS, he entered the Army in discharge proval of as the administrator same and for of final ap.the I I FRED'S CAFE

& Chemical Co.which will begin each evening at County Agent November 1957 and completed estate of Ethel M. Biggs, deceased Temple Avenue
I I basic training at Fort Jackson, Dated this November 15th 1S58 at Phone WO
: Starke. Bradford ,
---- County Florida.
24 N. W. 16tb Are, Rev, R., Earl Moses pastor, extends I r Is. C. S-Owen W. Griffin
Last Week Correction Soil Tests,Can Help ----
Gainesville, Florida an invitation to the publicto One zero can make a lot of Several additional tobacco I ( r

.attend any or all services.WATCHES 'difference. If anyone tried the growers each year ask for a soil r rV
!suggestion as written last week, test on their tobacco land. Tobacco

!you probably had a good mulch of will respond to lime same as Safe "
at Home J 1\ .
rye grass seed on your lawn. Threeto other crops. Lime will also do :
Vii. !1 k x' five pounds per 100 square harm if, you do not need it. The
feet is wrong. If you have a good good comes from getting better .", ,.,'', '
is s thick lawn, 3 pounds is enough; results from the fertilizer you ap- with : 1.JO 1.- "
i W' ? 9 if lawn is thin 5 Ibs. will be good. ply. It might be that you ,get as ., ,
,k, I ,. .. .
This Is the suggested amount of good results by applying less fertilizer M- 'C" !-. -- -
? Italian Rye for about 1000 I if the soil condition was :
y grass Airman Dillard W. Judd, son
: : .
square feet of area. You should corrected with lime or dolomite. of Russell Judd of Starke, has! ELECTRICWATER ; .::

also apply 15 pounds of complete Then you must remember' that completed his Initial course in Air
Men'Y? fertilizer per 1000 square feet. this lime treatment is good for Force basic military training at d

New Crowder Is Good Eating: several years. Lackland AFB, Texas. He has '
Ever eat any Puerto Rican More About ScrewWormsThe been.selected to attend the tech- :-. ;.;
Crowder Peas? Syrup king Aubrey game is not won! Several nicial training: course for'radio I "
Reg. 42.50 ValuePreChristmas Moore leas introduced this fancy- weeks ago we were reporting only and radar technicians at Keesler V. ,: : : (
to 5,or 10 cases of screw worms per HEATINGI :
type pea a good number AFB in Mississippi. : ,
week In the entire state. V
folks during the past few years. .
Special 19.95 For the last three weeks that \,'
He is still '
working on an improvement "
He had it producing and picture has changed.there The week Airman 3-c, Eugene S. Howe; '1 NO pilot lights ti
Nov. 22 33
ending were
segregated pretty well and then of Mr. and, Mrs.
son Raymond NO flames
Be in the state with 26 in open ,
Sure Get Your Shopportunity Coupons for the got it crossed with one of the na- cases one Howe of Starke, was recently .!
tive grown varieties. He has it county. We are proud that all of NO combustion gases ,
Big Cash Awards Party Dec. 19. these have been south of the transferred ,to James Connally
on, Saturday, : V
true again now and selectionnow quarantine line. The nearest one AFB in Texas for duty as,an air- NO dangerous fumes s 'j :, V
is to V
grow 20 separate peasin craft radio the 3565
repairman in
to us was about three weeks ago NO wasted beat
each pod. If selecting and
th Armament & Electronics
WILLIAMS in north Volusia County
JEWELRY planting such pods will do it, his e Our livestock Maintenance Squadron.' Airman NEVER ao anxious moment!
on the track for he has several l inspector Jorge
Howe has been in the Air Force
Valldejuli is still on the a's c A
126 W. Call' pods with that number.
St. since 1954 and was formerly stationed
you well know. He spends one _______
Mr. Moore says the main handi half of each week visiting''live at. Reese AFB, Lubbock,I '
cap is that the house wife likes Texas. ,
stock owners in our county. His
the pruple hull. When she shells -
visits are to the man with one
out a few and cooks them she is ( \
mule or several hundred cows.
well pleased with the natural Sgt. Oliver H. Aspinwall Jr. son
MUFFLERSGuaranteed color and good flavor. We enjoyed Jorge and I each urge you to keep cf Mrs. Margaret Davis of Starke, ." WIRE V
your eyes and ears alert for any
some for Sunday dinner. They go recently took part in a field training
mighty good with fried Floridafryersize suspect cases. Let us know as you exercise with the 80th Artil .
for the LIFE of chicken. are doing' now so that we might lery in Germany. Sgt. Aspinwall BEATS
your catch any possible case before it
is fire direction center chief in V I
Tobacco,Program Returns FIRE
might spread.
the artillery's Battery A in Schwe- _
car at No Extra Cost Tobacco growers have received Tax Time NearIt infurt, Germany. He entered the
their 1959
allotment. On Dec. 15,
might save you several dollars Army after graduation from BH3
they will vote,to keep or kill flue- .
to come by our office and geta in 1953 and arrived in Europe in
Why Waste Money on a New Muffler cured tobacco allotments. copy of the Farmers Tax Guide' January 1957. 4
_We hope. you will be thinking Send a card or make a phone call E
Sgt. Sammie S. Sasser; son of t -
Without This about this program and be sure W04-6761 and we will mail a copy r -e .
? Mrs. James A. Sasser of Starke is e
to vote your choice, on that day. to you. It is a free publication
serving with Marine Air Group 13 >
You will get more informationsoon. written especially for farmers andI .' ,'- ,
Stop in Today' and Let Us Install One of the'"Life of am sure you will find it help- ed by A. W. Anderson. Waitressesfor ....-__-t. .

Your Car" Of course it is known that thereis ful. Might help you to do some : the banquet, which was held ;
no soil bank for tobacco planning now so' that might
program you in the Woman's Club, were Loral Another bonus! Electric water heaters tuck in
in.. 1959. Many of you will l make some adjustments before
Bennett, Marian and Helen Dowl- ny Aere-the: simplest and cheapest to install... ,
THIS MUFFLER. AT THE SAME PRICE OF ANY begin 'to 'prepare your plantbedso the end of the year. .
that it' can, be planted later !ing, and Grace Dew Waiters were cheaper eperating too;when you go all-electric in '

ORDINARY MUFFLER WITH A WRITTEN GUARANTEE this month.If :,. Buddy Bishop Ralph Rhodes.,.Billy lour. kitchen-laundry, !;Enjoy the"Big Difference"! .. '..

FOR THE LIFE.OF YOUR CAR! you are thinking about fumi Out Dowling, and Billy Jackson. See jour plumber or electric appliance dealer today t'yL. .'' 1'

gating the bed. Methylbromideis You can bet they had a big time, ...and live Letter electrically .', ._ ': \
still the best
treatment. This' is
// It 01 : J ,.' ..'."
Goes Bad Regardless of Cause the one that requires, an air-tight S 4. ,
YOU'LL : -
cover. LOVE ,the new E stei 'f1' .'.. ;', '
Vfe Will Inst-altOne' No other material has given the The brook purse-size fountain> pens in S.. your plumber o, J.o1.rl .

constantly good results that FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY m

ABSOLUTELY Methyl Bromide has. Marklee Past pastel shades. Only ,f 3.09 al Bradford XE111X0x110 1I0.IDAf' .....'r. .
: Starling will have a good com
parison in having one bed with County. Telegraph..

DODD'S SUNOCO SERVICE Methyl-bromide and one with Va-
[Edited By Alice McGarvey
.. pam. Vapam is one of the new
452 N. Temple Ave. materials used as a drench. It has I
: phone WO '4-7911 After the big BHS reunion

given as sure good as Methyl-bromide.results but still is not K this column seems be appropriate devoted to schools that [' 0 &UFUjJIDING,9 [ F THE YEMAnnouncing

and students of an earlier day,
The year 1937-38 had many stu-

dents who are,still, active in the
AVAILABLE FOR county, apparently many of them

decided that Bradford County wasa
r good place to live I and stayed

THE PEOPLE OF here.Graduates ':'? ,

of'BHS planned a '
: O
homecoming J. .
and show for March ; ,
t ,Y r THIS AREA 11. It must have been an ambi- .:@ : Y',: >> y
tious program as income from the '
H >, ,
I ,,. ,. ..,: ,
... was to be put in a fund for ': '
.0/ : ...: \
"scholarships gymnasium, additions ..,.. "
to library or possibly a 'E j) : ., r

INSTALLMENT football field or best of all a cafe- .. '
PLAN teria which is the greatest need ? ?

of our school." We don't know g LL r: \ .
how the reunion turned out but k A.o'\ -

the show was postponed. Anywaythe .
PLUMBING HEATING REPAIRS school seemed to have acquired -

all those .things. .needed. $ oH

iavK'M. _. '4
An interesting thing done by ? '
NOTHING DOWN PTA of that year was to make a- '; <
wards to 44 mothers whose chil- tY

dren had perfect attendance. That .. '':.
sounds like a good idea. Awardsto v.,.: e
36 MONTHS TO PAY LOW INTEREST RATE students at the same time wentto $ t

\ Frances Peek, DAR; Dan Haz- :
en and Lillian Stump athletic: :

LOANS FROM $$100 TO $$3,600Fast Janie Margaret Wainwright Mae Davidson.Quarles commercial,English commercial; L.; "Doc O.; y 4 r ,

Jones, scholarship; Margie Matthews -

and Othma Haynes, American

No Delay! No Red Tape! The Legion.PTA also made awards' to

students'who excelled in "Multi-
plication in Arithmetic.... They n mamtd ill tfyl and luuiryl.Tht Thwtdcbird. and It*nwr fad Gglww,..

FUNDS AVAILABLE AT ONCE IF CREDIT RATING GOOD A. J. Griffis school superintendent '

was authorized to receive /1

I which bids on'was a 'new to be elementary built by school WPA.It ThEE ]NEW ]FIPID(()) L +

We are pleased to announce that we can now offer you the oppor- months was expected to complete to take and about would five J

tunjty to make modernization improvements to your home through employ 105 men.. .
the Noland Credit Co. This is a much needed service in this area. The 1937-38 Girls Basketball. <- t Just Married i in Style to the Thunderbird!

team had played 19 games, winning
We make
easy arrangements. for you at your home or our office in 10, -losing' 8, and tying 1. It's the newest and most exciting of all axle,.as you'll quickly see is as wonderTrue, Ford owners are accustomed to
Starke. .Now you can have that long-needed extra bath Members fthe-twn were Orine the 59 Fords-the- elegant new Galaxie. fully all-the-way Thunderbird as a low. \luxury-and\ at the low Ford price. But
new heating Padgett [star] with 239 points A bright new personality in can-and price Ford can be neter in any Ford-nor in can costing

or modernized kitchen. Elizabeth Phillips, Marie Crosby, more. The Galaxie a full "fine car" Reception BOW-you are invited. You are far more-have you seen anything asiweet

:Mary Edwards Doshia Smith 6-passcnger expression of Thunderbird cordially united to come, and see the smart and glamorous as this. .!.
.Marian Dowling, Harriet Benson grace spirit, style and luxury in an Galaxie and the very full measure of Come see Ford's new Galaxie today ,..
!i Zell Collins. Hazel Brown, Mar- altogether new line of Fords. The Gal- elegance it brings to the low-price field and bring the entire family
If Interested jory Hall Lillian Stump, Estelle .'

Call or Write !Mott, Doris Hinson Jo Ella Berry, .... -- AWARDED

and Enza Weaver.. \bu11. ) want. honeymoon Sj@) 1RQ) D 'O>> @ 3 3, for THE WwMW COLO Iwwsan-MEDAt.I

When the Junior fn r?t./.r "... d.r'Eihata"
GNANN PLUMBING CO. banquet for the seniors Class A.gave Z. the Ad- again in a = .,.. .>r ,

kins Jr. was toastmaster and Ancil

Futch. president of the seniors,

118 N'CouttSt. .... ;; Starke Phone WO made the response, J. H. Benson, TERWILLEGAR MOTORS
v to', ..; .. 4-1141 Jack Williams and L. A. Gray
spoke and Vernie Phillips read -
,the Class Will Music was furnish- PHONE: WO 4-3381 V _STARVE, FLA.

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