Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 11, 1958
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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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Shopportunity Showcase Friday NightCooperating

a Some 45 Workers
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't....,.. > -Ot. +A! 1 Starke stores will ure Hunt won by Mrs J. J. Har-
-,,",'- .' t, 9d remain open to accommodate eve- denbrook of Rt. 1, Box I. Starke.
jp Cut Last
ning'shoppers this Friday night She identified 18 misplaced items I JanuaryCharles

when the second Shoppoitunity 1!: local store windows to win i 2 a I

Showcase event will be held at 8 in trade certificates, good at any

tf 1. cooperating store. R. Hager, plant manager

p.m.The I announced yesterday that the
rst Showcase prizes are on dIs- Santa's Schedule
play in the Suslow building (torm- The Retail Merchants Division !i I Trail Ridge and Highland ilmenite

eily Ducky's) on West Call Street, announces that Santa Claus will mines will resume operation on a

and will be given to persons in the be on hand at the following times full seven-day week schedule

crowd at 8 p.m. Special coupons end places to hand out candy to starting January 12

will be given to snoppers all day the children and listen to their The stepped-up sch'edule111

Friday, which will be used in a- want lists: mean jobs for some 45 additional
: D warding the Showcase prizes. Cooperating Saturday, Dec. 13, 10 a.m. to I employees, Hager said, with an increased

: E merchants are asked to 12 noon, at former Chamber of payroll of approximately

i ,E- '4 l eep their Friday coupon stubs in Commerce office on courthouse $3,150 a week.

f a separate box and deliver them grounds. In filling the new jobs, preference

t.l the Showcase window by 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 20, 10 a.m. to will be given to workers who

This, is the second big weekend 12 noon, same location. were laid off from the plants

F t t event planned by> Starke mer- Monday, Dec. 22, 10 a.m. to 12 when production was curtailedlast

? s t chants for the current Christmas noon, former CC office; and from January the plant manager
W ;? shopping season. The first sche- 12 noon to 1 p.m on the street | said.The

\ duled attraction took place last Tuesday Dec. 23, 10 a.m. to 12 announcement. came as a

sl : Pto Thursday night when an evening noon, former CC office; and from welcome "Christmas present" for

parade was staged, consisting ot 12 to 1 p.m on the street. the community, and was made

:- floats! depicting the Christmas! Wednesday, Dec. 24, 10 a.m. to just one year after the mines announced -

story. I 12 noon, former CC office; and a cut back to a five-day

Will THAT PRAYS The final pre-Christmas event I from 12 to 1 p.m. on the street schedule due to weakening of the

TOGETHER is slated for Friday night, Dec. 19, Late Store Hours market for titanium dioxide. At

at 8 p.m. when a gala JShoppor- Stores will remain open for eve-I' that 'time between 50 and 60

SlAYS tunity Party will be held in the ning shopping! this Friday and short-service employees were laid
TOGETHER, business district. The regular $50 next Friday Dec, 19. They will off.

I Shopportunity cash awards will be also remain'open until 8 p.m. on Resumption of the full-time

made, in" addition to an undisclosed Saturday. Dec 20, and Monday.!;schedule means that both plants
1 and Dec. 22, :'
Tuesday, Wednesday
rtr amount of money that will be ; will add an extra shift to operate
23, 24. .
distributed to persons m the j JEround i the clock,
c---- crowd. The usual Wednesday half-holi-1, seven days a
week. The strengthening of the
The Christmas lay will not be observed Dec. 171 I (Continued
season was opened on Page 31-)
ana Dec. 24 when stores will remain -|
Sere the week after Thanks
for a regular fuJI-
open 1Y
r giving with a show window treas- schedule I' Elks Will Hold

Annual Memorial l

,, t < Berry Bowl Charity Game Proclaimed J j Service On Dec. 14

The annual

S As Financial l Success For Elks Fund deceased by the brothers Starke'will Elks be Servicefor Lodgeat conducted -

}h rC :5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 14, in the
5.S rr"F r' l lI home' on E, Madison Street AUmembersof
5 An action packed gridiron contest the ''benefit of the Elks' crippled I I
".'.'.. tir a spectacular half-time show, children nome at Umatiila ana the lodge, their wives
and perfect football weather combined and the general public are invited
the distribution of Christmas baskets
tad' 1 t1RCH Saturday night to providea for needy families. to, attend the service.
treat for an estimated 2,:>00 Colorful halftime shows were Sen. B. C. Pearce-of Palatka will

football fans at the fourth annual presented by bands of both competing be the main speaker.
Zi Strawberry Bowl chanty classic. II high schools.In On Saturday, Dee 20, at 10 a.m.
Y f < r the Elks will hold their annual
The Terry Parker Braves of ceremonies at a post-game
-:....;.- '- I Christmas treatre party for children. -
Jacksonville battled back in the I banquet for the two teams, members All children

J First Night/ Parade ImpressiveSomething second half to tie the Bradford I of the bands, cheerleaders, invited to -bring a attending toy, new are or
Tornadoes 14-14 in a game that coaches and officials, Terry Parker
Slade used
Truby which will be distributed
School Bonds 1 First Awards was described by Jerome Jonns, left end Walter Terrell was with the
Christmas baskets
new was added to Starke this Yuletide, with the, Exalted Ruler of the Starke :Elks! presented a trophy as outstanding by
the Elks on Dec. 23. It
is not
first night-time Christmas parade staged last_Thursday. lodge, as the most successful financially lineman, and Tornado

Draws Two Years Although not, lengthy, the floats that were entered were very Bring Favorable I Made In Suits in the bowl series. The Bubba LaMee as outstanding quarterback back necessary to to the bring show a at toy the to be Flor-admitted _

effwthe and the Bradford High School Band played Christmas event is sponsored annually for [Continued on Page 3J] i ids Theatre, however. B

On Shine Charge First tunes Top Christian in left its i usual* one Church expert of the, featuring manner.two outstanding their young entries people.placed Left by center the- Interest Rate (On 301 Parcels r,, ..,' t

J Truby Slade of Hampton and is the beautiful manger scene staged by the First Presbyterian -
e' ,
A 1
surprisingly favorable. Verdicts totaling
Church. Loner left Is the other average
Walter Conrad of Gainesville were First Christian Church
float interest rate of 3.82069 per cent returned Tuesday by a Cir-
sentenced Tuesday to two-year
was obtained for the Bradford cuit Court jury here in the first 7t
prison terms.tollowing their conviction At top right, Santa Claus stops! to speak to a few young County School Board's upcoming Jl lot of 17. S. 301 condemnation

last Thursday on moon- admirers from his pony cart chauffered by Rep. Doyle F. Con- 450.000 bond issue when bids suits to reach triaL The cases included -
shine charges in a U. S. District,
ner. were opened at a special session land for rights of way, !.
Court sitting in Gainesville. I ,
Right center is the beautiful fireside scene entered Beta here Wednesday afternoon.. barrow pits and haul roads, drainage -
by .f
Slade; 32,'and Conrad 30, were
Sigma Phi sororitand Six bond brokerage houses were areas, and easements for
at lower is :
right the
tried in connection with a load of attractive Girl
Scout represented at the bid opening, drainage' ditches. Attorney for
con-tax paid whiskey found lastJan. ;
with the low bidder Bell & he complainants was H. V. Knightof
1 in broken down brea l 1 .
a Hough, Inc. of St. Petersburg, get- Starke. Robert A. Chastain L .
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truck Orange Park .
near dLIGHTING. ting the nod. From the low of handled the cases for the State .. r "> .../......:" -. ,

the had no trial connection both maintained with the CONTEST RULES TOLD 1.82069, bids ranged up to an Road Department. ,-f t :
average cf 4.05 per cent. A spokes- Amounts awarded by the jury ',1e' .

cr the whiskey and that their I Rules for the annual Christmas ing the contest. All man for the Board said that any for rights of way: Anthony Cer- 1
in the area was a coin- displays
presence Lighting and Decorating Contest,I must oe lighted between the hours rate less than 4 per cent _is con- manaro>>, [IToreno Motell $4,500; I q ,

cidence. sponsored this year by the Starke of 6:30: pm. and 11 Dec. ydered good on today's bond Elizabeth Noegel [301 Restaurant
with J. Feed p.m on iU
The 12 man jury,
Bradford resident, Garden Club and the Chamber ot 22, 23, and 24. market. $3,000; Charles E. Knight, $1,000; t. .: + :
Guy, a former Commerce, have been announcedas 4. Three cash prizes will toe given Bell & Hough posted a $9,000 Raymcnd and Marian Howe, _
deliberated for about
as foreman, follows: for the best home (outdoor) oerformance bond!'and the School $1,200, Angelio Meli [Meli Court) e., Y I d
an hour'and a half before return- 1. 'The contest is open to all lighting and decorating Board through its fiscal agent $14.750; Stanley A. Miller, $7-
ing the verdict. They had returned display, Jerome Johns Exalted Ruler of and Fuller Tresca. Since the game i Sam Zackr Berry Bowl chairman
persons residing within the Pierce. Carrison & Wulbern of 066
city and Evelyn N. Whelan
; $400
one prize for the best ;; '
commercial the Starke Elks tie I
to the jury box once to ask limits of Starke. Lodge, presents was a an equal trophy will be' Bubba LaMee award-winning
(business) display. Jacksonville will have the bonds Abner Yarbrough $1,000; Steve
to read again a written StrawbErry Bowl trophy to copresented: to the Bradford Torna-
the judge 2. Contestants cutstanding back of the game;
may prepared, for to the Jr. j
register by 5. Judging will be based on artistic ready delivery Starling $150;; Dave Tanner
statement which had been madey mailing captains Terry Parker team: idoes. and [extreme right) Walter Ter-
a postcard or by applying merit originality lighting brokers on Jan. 5. 297; J. L. Waters, $335; and I
Douglas Hardy Bcbby Anderson Malcolm Sleevesf I Others in photo [from left] cell
: garage man in person to the Chamber of Commerce techniques, and ingenuity. Con After that date, the $450,000 Hardy Brothers $358. are named outstanding lineman

the day following the Incident. office on Temple Ave. testants will be in the hands of the Board, -
may use -
any appropriate Verdicts in suits for barrow pits,,
The Judge refused the'request on 3.:. Only exterior: and interior Christmas theme. ready for'' use in the new school haul reads, and drainage areas --
the grounds that this would tend displays that are visible from the ,<
Judges will be invited from construction program. a
out were: Selma Eunice and others r
to lend too, much evidence importance and to street will be considered in judg- of town. The Board will receive bids at $567.J.. L., Waters $150; Charles
piece of
this cne I 2 p. m. next Tuesday the
on major E. Knight $500; Hardy Brothers,
that it had only, been introduced I
part of the program, which will
$2,025Angello Melt, $750.
to discredit Hardy's testimony I Blanding Area School TrafficRules include '
I a new auditorium for Trial of the'second lot of suits
from the stand. I )Bradford High School, .r #
I Revised a new is now under way. $
The statement had been Set in Starke
elementary school [South-
Wilfred Jurors serving on the first 1 lot
brought out by prosecutor
new cafeterias at Lawtey
Varn after Hardy's oral testimony Police Chief Ri y Sweat has cf cases were M. C. Lizinbee, S. R.
white and schools s
failed to link Slade and Conrad 750,000 pine seedlings announced that traffic on WesWashington' t Lawtey cclored Hicks, Gilbert Goldiwl'e, Arthur i
and several
fcs closely to the moonshine as were planted by the State Armory Street, 'from" the new classrooms. Edwards,Wilbur Neal E. L. Birt.

the attorney had expected. Board on 1,040 acres of the Camp blinker light to Elementary :C., R., Bradford J. T. Lawson, H.
School will be open for buses only, Sen. Johns Named !P. Wheeler. Carl
Slade's attorney.. Zach Douglasof Blanding reservation last week. Jones. F. L. Wat- T Yy ,
Jacksonville, asked for time to in the morning and afternoon! On AppropriationsState terson T. M. Stephens and O. T.Dertman. } al y sl
The mammoth planting when buses are and -
opera- loading- un ,
.- alternate <:
trial and
file a motion for new
tion was carried out under con- loading students. I it f t" ht4
Judge Carswell set a hearing on Senator Charley E. Johns .

this motion for Jan: 5 in Tallahassee tract by the Webster Tree Planting the"Parents north side should of the go, around to will serve on the important Sen Post Office Hours 1 I

Conrad representedby Co. of Cornelia Ga. for the Elementary ate Appropriations Committee 'a t =1 J.1. ," -
was School l to pick and Will Be a"
up dischargetheir Longer
Ira Carter of Oatnesville. State Armory Board. Employing children the the 1959 legislative session it was 'i4

Both maintained that they were a fleet of 12 tree planters, the from 7:45 to during 8:30: and again morning announced Monday by Senatm e During Yule Rush i + _
President-designate M.
at the
scene of the moonshineonly contractors planted, approximately the afternoon from 3 to 3:45,"
by chance. Slade said he Chief Sweat sold Johnson. Beginning' Saturday Dec. 13,
\\'ent.a.leng with Hardy to keep 750.000 seedlings in one week'stime. He added that with parents discharging Other senators from this area the windows of the Starke Post- The Bradford Tornadoes and spots Fernandina Beach three, Tornado All-Conference selectionsare

the lights of hisar on the rear The area planted was along ,children in the named to the committee are Sea cffice win open one hour earlier the Santa Fe Rebels each placedsix P. K Yonge two, and Green Cove [il-rl Randy Johns tackle;

of the wrecker which had no tail the west side of'the Kingsley Lake while buses are moving ,traffic area is Tom Adams of Orange Park :sen.: end dose one hour later each day men on the All Keystone Conference Springs one.Pictured ., Bubba LaMee, quarterback: James

lights. He said he met. Hardy at lo Lawtey highway. tied up and there is an increased J. Emory (Red) Cross of Alacnua until and including Wednesday team chosen by coachesat above as they were Thomas, center; Terrell Green

Continued( on Page'31 accident potential. County and Sen. W. Randolph- I Dec 24. according to Postmaster a- league meeting in Gainesville recognized at last Saturday's halfback: Henry Hall end; and
Hodges of Cedar Key. I G. J. McGriff Jr. last Saturday Bolles four,
got Strawberry Bowl banquet, the TOm Stalling*, tackle. ,

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.i f'" I I .II IIII I I' I IIFarmer's way they tell it they were kept County Florida, under- and by this 1)S; Tag.N 4i\\-n sale and sell to the---highest-
I editorial busy at it all the time, but wellbet' fore virtue issued of a writ of of execution hertu- ID Xo. A8WS :2557! for cash in hand, the above described
out the above
I Diaryi entitled As the property of the above named
: they used to sneak off to go Court in ,the above styled cause, property as the property
defendant and
that on the :5 day of of said defendant to satisfy said
I i have levied upon the following property ,
January. 1959 .
? swimming. twelve o'clock cn execution ,
situate, / a<
lying and
IWe've Site} f being ia said day, at the South Door of the P. D. REDDISH.: Sheriff of ,
McGarrrj t. County Florida to-wlt: Court House in Starke, J
Bradford Bradford County. Florida. .
: Nfg/it Parade ElectiveAlthough Y M' W' t Now that ,we've'moved "about 1932 Pontiac County, Florida. I mil offer for $It'll

naturaSisl. file Indians called it ioo yards away from our old location

l + the artbfer of units was 'comparatively the, .. i' i tree., c you don't suppose that dog- "
I ;small, the "Christmas Story" para3e Heard of .. cattleman' '-.. gone Bermuda grass will' follow announcing
a around \!s, or do you! L'
I Thursday night was very effective and gave t }k her|, ;bd sold.! herdjecently. -

promise! oO larger_ones to come io,the future, now When asked why he summedit In The Small Claim Court Of Bradford THE OPENING OF OUR NEW
that the possibilities :have been seen. up hi vas short sentence: "Last County Florida.Case n.
winter it cost $100 a week for Xo. 5-15J'
There is a certain i glamour and excitement surrounding feed!" IIYHTLH PlXEHfRST SANFORD GROCERY.d'ba:; ChristmasClub

a night parade that cannot be duplicated heard of many different are reap titThey -'Co Plaintiff.s.I. ; .. l
ways of killing an animal which Y making the A.J., CARVER.Defendant..
i in the daytime -
and the Christmas theme
Story, is to be butchered, but R. L. feat- stuff,'down state ,now.We're.told 4 _
I is greally enhanced _by.:spejaal p lighting effects ten had come up with,tcne that that] they hate big production ofsai'eet NOTICE\OTln IS OF HEREBY SHERIFFS'G1VEX SILK thatI (

that cannote used in daylight hours. We especially tops them all. He built a slingshot corn and tomatoes and that P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Bradford .
to kill a steer with.,He used as a ;result prices are way down.-.- County Florida, under and by virtue -
liked the religious overtones of the : If a writ of execution hereto-
pa- a bull-tongue plow for the'frame, We. 1 radn'tiioticed. it in the stores! for issued out of the above entitled THIS CONVENIENT WEEKLY PAY. '
rade this year_ 'Jmd, if properly developed in the and big: strips of an inner tube,to'plake its. Court, in the above styled cau e, MENT "
have levied upon the following PLAN WILL MAKE IT EASY
t future, thfs can.tio' much to restore the true the weapon. He saidlie' We have a ,copy of a Farmer's property situate, lying and being in ;
I has to put it in a vise, and of'Christmas
meaning to its rightful place. Santa 194 Ford Truck
hardly it back far end in January
can pun as good planting 19.S Tag Xo. 45UK-632 t NEXT YEAR.We"a j jn the parade, of course, and certainly ough to shoot. Bet it.would knockdown dates, according to' moan signs: ID Xo. 97HC-lb648Z .

he i is too near;and,dear to the hearts of children almost anything. with it! Jan: 2, 3, 4, 5. 8. 9. 12. 13. 14, 17. as defendant the property, and that of the on the above 5 day named of
S. 18, 19, 22, 23, 24. 29, 30 and 31. January, 1959. twelve o'clock. on cordially invite this which
to to service
exclude. him'entirely, but emphasis was on the >With I all the warm weather The same reference fists fishing said day at the South Door of the you use is l provided, .i ,

religious. .theme with manger scenes, robed we've had the berry fields are aputting poor in j" Jan: 2 and 3, so on Court County,House Florida in I will Starke.offer Bradford for sale for t the, convenience of( our customers and friends .i '.l
: 'choirs) arfd Preside'tableaux most in evidence out a lot of bloom and if those days at least, the'' farmer and sell to the highest bidder for s
cash, in hand, the above described
it continues there will be "berries might as well ,stay home and You will be
property as the property of said defendant pleasantly
surprised how have
: Now that the effectiveness of the night'tfme"Christmas by Christmas." At least'one grower pl ait. to satisfy said execution. to see easy it is to

Story"; parade has been demonstrated' though, is net happy about it. _. P. D. REDDISH County, Sheriff Florida.of Bradford .$25.00. $50.00 or $100.00 for Christmas next
it is hoped that more churches and civic groups Lloyd Griffis says he'd rather This' has been good fireplace 11-20:! 4t 1211la :! shopping. -
have it turn off cold and hold weather,. and we've kept ,Quite "." ".
will enter into the spirit of the observance next the berries; back until the regular comfortable by using our 'circulating ferd Tar, Small Claim, Court Of Brad- December. JOIN TODAY.
Coaatr Florida.
year. From this modest beginning', it is clear shipping season.. ; fireplace as a heater. It is Case Xo. 5-21S tT J
: that this could be one of the things of'our new home BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL.
developed into one of the most A ,
An old timer down at Melrose that we 'are1 most happy about."Shorty" CORPpRATIOX
outstanding and most memorable events of the swears this is true. It 'se'emS that vs Plaintiff,- Community State Bank of StarkeMember
many years ago when all trains : Priest_ and 'Hub"! HarleyTgot -
I topped at Lawtey.. 'a. ,boy, boarded i to talking about'fatheringvood _Defendant. .. of F.D.I.C.
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the train XOTICE-IS HEREBY GIVEN that r
berries. "Ten -
Mafcclehhy Cut-off Heeded selling when they were kids. The I P. D. Reddish, Sheriff of Bradford -
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cents a basket, two for a quarter r: ::7 : :> "- 't "-''. .: .
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he called 6ut One man
.', Itwas encouraging 'th! .week to lee our fcham- ,bought tvfq baskets,%and when. herealfied
her.o Cinmerc i "$ m'Qto !r4 stepped? .up efforts that he had been fooled '

to speed the construction of the cut-off from fac- 'on-the.pHce said to the boy;: "You : OhristrnascallsforCartonsof

clenny to Manville, which should have been completed come ,see me 'when you grow UP I
long -time and Ill give you a job." .
a kg Q. The Chamber will also .. .

contact Duxat County, ?officials, in the Interest t ofhaving S. -, "" .- -
,U ,Sol 3O.1..impro\ on to Baldwin from _. aw.a-couple of deer over near ;
the : Lake Butler the,other day, and ,- "
Bradford County line.. the_ way,the ,critters ,were hightailing -
Both of. these projects would be important at; ,it,< the hunters least have
any time but are especially so now, with the new ben righ't( behind them. Now we've KING SIZEma

efforts being 't made to 'develop l a competitive seen deer, foxes,_cats, turkeys, and
route from other wildlife around here but .
tojurit 'Macclenny, through Lake But- ''gator. .

IeK,ap'd on to "Gainesville, nary a t .. a e

Engineers are already surveying this route and 'T bacco,growers up in Georgian .. ,
.. u a PAT.Or/
the. opinion seems' general that it will be given getting some extra use of :, .: ,"

a Federal designation ,as 'a north-south_ artery: their tobacco barns by using them ..
from Augusta Ga. to.connect with another Fed to cure sw set.'potatoes. It's reported :

eral highway that, the cured 'tater's ,, ,, ....
perhaps west of Gainesville. ; '
This brought"a good price. r ',)( .. :, ,. \ 6
route, of course, will depend on much the See

I same'flow of traffic that is now coming through We're. ,scouring arounG lookingfor ,. r.

Bradford} ?County pit U. ,:S. 301., That is why w for plants'and small trees to plant .1. ,.- ,, ', "
must 'do everything possible to keep present traf -around cur new home, and this ''- ..'..a:::"- r_ ., ;,, '-f.,
fic pn 301 and develop new sources>> to offset any week we were lucky enough to ,:.: .:.:.:.,:.. ." .;.", : '" ," .'':

,possible loss Tn the future. find a good place to get young -. ', 5 51' ..t. ;alrg{, t t\ -"
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Magnolia trees. ..'_ -: r : ?t' Y \ '
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u to IWjgM /;ion ;tbn th One .of. the trees tit,we're going .to -. '.\I.... .. (' -
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try to tind is-a red bay.-AccoiidmY1 :" ; "N"l1!> "'"
Thef re is 1..greVt clamor in this country to the to William ,Bartram the great
L 'effect that Americanyouth today lacks ideals. In

Almostany$ newspaper you can leaf about juven-

4 ile delinquents "sho k'op" boys-and girls and the :b fQI .

The 'chief 'compTafnt is'\that these youngsters ,. N

feevno| >ieslpons'ibiilityjfor?!! the society they live i in. e ;: ;

I They are-charged with replacing the golden rule : .

with,,the brazen rule: "%Vhat' in it for me?" eroast

But The National Foundation has just p

claimed its b ding'faith in-,An\erfcan youth. .

fart t.JtJjYl11:'1 i | g to' stake $1'2000,000; ,on Ihq bei nk a ;'. i

}i fief that )American boys and girls l don't, 1a [Edited By Alice McGarvey
Jdeals.that.they share a responsibility far the

welfare ,of. the,nation. Nine hundred men went to

If this I is faking a chance, The National FounT work 'Monday Nov: J27, ,1933 Jn :_
(lation Has taken Ing Chances before. When it Bradford County under the Civilian -

was .J>popularly? known as the "Polio Foundation, ," 1 Work ,Administrationn!! ; Their
rate of pay was 40 cents a hour
: .it staked ,$$34,066,000, scientific '
: research for 30 hours or $12 a week ,The
: '=-,Ad'came upwith ,jhe Salk vaccine. Then it t -first, payroll Dec. 1st was $10,000.. ,

'spent j.many more,m1ltons making certain of the ,.tt '
i safety,or"Ui'a' ci Today nearly 70,000,00r.: 0 During the hunting season of

,Americans are ,,innoculated against 1933 w E. Thornton killed a
dove tagged with an,Ontario.
"sis.AVha't Canada, address.. The answer to .... ,
they .
lar ;now propose. is a raulti-million-dol- the letter he wrote explained that .' .' .'-- _,_____1 k\
) scholarshfp to idealistic
plan help
young peoI a':bird lover..used this,means _to
!leprepare for "careers that count." The careers study migratory habits of birds '. Ht lw tr. e

\The.'Katibnal Foundation would recruit ,them for and also to distribute Bible verses.

are. Jmthe, health,fields. ) .
|In,;'these fields, so,, ,'ital-t the welfare of the Lester Schnell made the,frontPage 3
'there are acute of The. Telegraph by,forming ,: IF j
i, ajon and growing manpowershortages ,a portant of .!'. D. .. .,:. >.. ) ,
The National FoundatIonf .' ,
has':already helped, train i ,over 7,000 experts i in Roosevelt on .his..typewriter.. "",,-. ,'.. \ \\. /

: '\professions, there is still a need for 70,000 The Tornadoes played Jasper \ i '" '' .3 \: k .....
nHVe nurses,:10,000 'more occupational therapists;, Thanksgiving: Day, beating them I .

: -more.pTiysical: i! : l therapists. 6,500 more medic'aJ.sociatvWprkers by a score, of,' 18-13. "' .

: ,1 *.ani'many!more doctors.. S. : ,

v "" especially,interesting bout ,;The,.Na Some of the boys who rushed -.
tional out of school S.ov.'28.1933 tq help ,..
1 F'piindation's( HeSdth Scholarship:Pro&T m .
I putout the fire in Mrs. Manassa's '
1St t he-lwayit: .will 'workthtpughthe= 3,100 ,chaptersl house are probably,on.the,present .:' t' t .
of;volunteers? across the ,country activethis in Starke, ..Volunteer ,Fire ,Depart;' -. .., :; '. .' t.; .+ -I .:
: ,
programUFrom: : e' ch"stale in the union,plus ment. Maybe they were practicing ; ; ;
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'Hawaii! Puerto.'Rico and/the District of that day they -j.'i. (" ,
ColumbiaTfiye when /deserted
; to 25high.sch'ool l or college students;> will- school to help move the,furniture ',: .;......;.-"';"",'":.'>. '-S.-. '-.-.""... atZ''.'... K 'k

'.bechosen; ,'-de !'nding.on'population: a -total ,of out of'the burning house. S.' _. . -
IS -
505 every year. Each 'student will get :,$5KLa( ':: '.,1
wren women of Theressa re
IYear: ,
': for four years of college or university train ,organized their, Community, Club -'

,ing in medicine, medical social work nursing; 25 'years ego, the president was ...
physical therapy, occupational therapy. Mrs,. S., H. Dodd. Other ofticee ri .
: That adds :up to $2,000 a student for the fat ,were vice-president, Mrs. W. H.

4 'years,,ever f 1,000,000 for 505, students, and.over, Smith,.Miss Ida:.Haganj and libr- .
$1JX)0.000) for the complete arian. Mrs. A. L. Sullivan.
10-year Health ForaPARTYoraPAUS
,Scholarship plan. ...
The :.
City of Lawtey
elected a ?
The will ..
money come from March of Dim eshole new slate of officers in 1933 ..
funds. In,other 'words, it is the .American people. h. because all city councilmen ,re- p

.- who contribute to the March of Dimes signed.: Those elected were L.C. .t.>t:..,..... ", _
4 who will be investing in the idealism, of, ,theirycun7. lak\ marshal and. tax collector; .- .f "" '

.ters.. Twelve' million dollars is a big inyestmpnt. *A.A. Griff. mayor;. M.; V. Hummer i. enjOY-fue7coId crisp taste the
,,and O. J. two-yew cheerful lift 1 _
: Rut can you (think ,of a better commodity [ terms Phillips -'}' '. ;, .. : ., '.". :
on the council G. W.
to put in : ,.. -
I money Brown, A. H. Harley and C.: R. of Coca C l STOCKS '
Whitehead for one-year terms.. .. J' _4".- o. CARTONS_ OF / SIGN OF GOOD, TASTE'f

.T"'p' -,-1i t'oRD COUNTV,TF1" CGRAPH: J i ( r.' -J4 ; f 't _. 0__". EST. 1171FLORIDA Just to remind t that an was KING SBB.COKE.TODAY.
l.- J .. . not good \to .the "good old day ::i ,
.J:.. .. *1;.OLDEST "EJItT >1W8V .the.R..1' was robbed. .

c \,*,'>:'R )TBU RED COXTIXOCSLT .and_ t.thieves had ,piled up $300
'I ,
j mt U S""ff
: ':'. .rr rfR.TR 1,.UXB W 1UITIlEAn worth of merchahdlse ready: to f '
J.kfl4; "" ....T\.r...."' ,Ea.Hf'4I.aa ...... naaa- tee Bottled under of The STARKE COCA J
at the It.. ,. Ya4 haul away Rhen they: were fright- ,: Coca-Cofa.Co'"PanY b Y -COLA BOTTLING_ COMPANY
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Berry Bowl Nets Dr. E. S. JonesTo Trilby Slade UP ALLIGATOR

Speak HereOn a aar aa tia aekarrae a avamsva caces a i a r a __

Profit To Elks United ChurchDr. Draws Two YearsContinued CREEK with n ,K' ,

the,I Continued game. Since from the Page 11of wasa z. [ from Page 11] LZack Walton r i f

game 1 .
tie, both teams were presented the B&G Truck Stop where FREE I ( FREE f

equal trophies.All P the Hardy wrecker.asked him to accompany 1 Use Your

members of both ,
squads received -
Conrad said he had stopped the
silver footballs, while Credit I: ,
wrecker to offer help after
ht seeing
balls.coaches were presented gold foot it was broken down. He said he Ole Man Winter is still holdingoff
had previously seen Slade at the for us Floridians. Trampingin <<
In a brief speech, Exalted Huler truck stop and had been askedto "the woods in a hunting or field g ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR PAR- Gem
Johns reviewed the ot the TO ALL
history go by Hampton and tell Slade's jacket has been mighty hot work, ENTS WHILE SHOPPING CUSTOMERS BUYING
Strawberry Bowl and explainedthe wife that Slade had gone to assist but that hasn't kept any of our ? STORE. IN OUR x2 Jewelry OVER $20 WORTH OF MERCHAN

objectives of this annual charity with a broken down truck. I ardent nimrods at home. i DISE IN OUR STORE.
event. Sam lack 1958 Bowl NO INTEREST <<
But. Conrad said he did not know i Stopped at the waraea's shackat
chairman, served as master ot
ceremonies. nSN where Slade had gone and it was the Camp Blanding checking coincidence that they met at the station for breather and got the <<
Tornadoes Score Early truck; following statistics which run I

The Tornadoes took an early from the opening of the season to WATCHES <<
lead in the first quarter when Ter INTER.
the end of the day before
ry play Parker and center fumbled John on their Miller third recovered du d de Font Resumes Thanksgiving. South range: '<6 g Bulovas 4: LOCKING I!

hogs 18 deer, and 12 turkeys.
for Bradford on the vis North range: 5 hogs, 8 deer, 3 g _c J
itors' 42. Three plays pushed t11 Full ScheduleContinued turkeys, and one hunt r.Couldn't from Diamond d
ball to the 26, where sophomore
halfback Johnny Devore slashed E. Stanley Jones, world find anyone willing to <'< ONE GROUP OF WADSWORTH
'give particulars in the latter case $35.75
off left tackle famed missionary and evangelist, [ from Page 1]
to score, and Smithraced but, as I overheard it, this fellow's fI Rings'i
will speak at the First Methodist Gents and Ladies
in for the PAT and a quick demand for ilmenite is apparently revolver discharged in its holster, _
7-0 lead. Church in Starke Wednesday, tied in with the creasing his leg. Apparently hewasn't Elgins -
In the second quarter the Tornadoes Dec. 17, at 7:30 brightening ,{J Some As '
p. m. economic picture on a national seriously hurt. WATCHES $9375w Full l'/2! Carat $675.00Interlocking
marched 14 It
yards in Dr. Jones is considered by manyto scale. The Baltimore Md. and Everyone ,says that deer hunting from C
with Bubba
plays La-
quarterback be one of the greatest Christian Edgemoor, Del. pigments has been hampered by dry Diamond
plants of
Mee sneaking the final yard tora missionaries of all time. His 51 the DuPont Co., where weather therefore, from whatI n ,
touchdown. This time Devore ilmenite $33.75Choose
added the PAT with a run to push years as a world missionary and from here is processed into titanium read in the papers about Inver- Y2 OFF WOW'! SETS from $34.50

the score to 140. evangelist have given him a unique I dioxide, recently resumed ness area hunt, they must not and unparalled opportunity to full production after a very dry county. Seems as it your ,
The Tornadoes controlled the being on a d.
see the need of a united front foe r curtailed schedule for the past most everyone who went in there ti from the Largest Selection in An Elgin P_10 Carat SolitaireOnly
so well in the second quarter the more than 250 Christian de Titanium got a deer or a shot at one. n Town. 1/2 p
that the Braves had only liv e year... dioxide is used in --
plays. nominations.The i me manuiaciure Of paint and other "
Terry Parker came roanng back case for a unified Protestantism commercial products.
In the second half with Ward was first presented by Dr. I With the addition of the 45 new as <<

Bond recovering a Tornado fumbleon Jones more than 10 years ago and !workers next month, the two 'Fr!>$57.50:, up '

Bradford's 30. Eleven plays since that time he has spoken at '.mines together will have a total r 250 <

later fullback.Doug) Brown smashed mass meetings in 397 cities and of around 250 employees. l itrnakeita

over the middle for the score. towns across the nation. His plan '
Fred Padgett added his first of for a Federal Union of the Tobacco Marketing
two all-important extra churches Ti << SCHICK ELECTRIC I
points. was so'simple and so Vote On Beautiful White Gold Mount
From here they battled evenlyuntil practical that it won immediate QuotasSet

the-Braves took over late i in support from many sources. For Dec. 15th SHAVERS

touchdown the game and set up the tying In September 1957, he was a 4 i Christmas 1 TRADE IN YOUR OLD SET ,

pass. consultant at the Conference Polling places for the Dec. 15 Reg. $29.50 ON A NEW ONE -WE WILL
The highly regarded Ellis ((1'Jet he n ,
sponsored by the
World Councilof referendum on marketing quotas GIVE YOU THE MOST
) Johnson%. failed to score, b of Churches at Oberlin, Ohio for the next three crops of flue- oi NOW ONLY n
for racked p 100 yards on 13 carnes when 400 accredited delegates cured tobacco have been design- g DIAMOND _J ,

top'ground gaining honors. from 39 Christian bodies met to ated by County Agricultural Sta- ti SMART EAR RINGS
Devote Jed the Tornadoes'
attack L
with 8J yards on nine carrie consider his proposal. blization and Conservation Officeas II ( DINNER ... 19.50 Both Pierced and' Regular ,

Fullback Sam Gardner added s04 In addition to his. missionarywork follows: ,, From

yards on,a dozen smashes, and La- Dr. Jones is the author of Colson's Store Brooker. ASC g RING I NO TRADE NEEDED! $1.00 up
Mee"accounted for another 49 on many religious books. One of the County Office here in Starke. I ,
best known of these, "Abundant The polls will be open from 8 a. ,
Living," established him as an m. to 6 p. m.Committee. IDENTS! IDENTS!
outstanding author in the field of Chairman Sapp said From $19.50 UP WE ENGRAVE
Save! Christmas religious literature.The that notices of farm acreage allotments <<

meeting here is interde- have been mailed to all ip ,
Gift Offer nominational and the public is in- flue-cured tobacco growers so that The only decent fish I've heardof
vited. Arrangements are being they may know 'what their 1959 lately _is the one being proudly BIRTHSTONE RINGS ,
made by T. H. Slade. i allotments are in advance of the shown here ""by Mrs. Volley Star-

ii referendum.If l ling. Some of us'who travel hundreds .

11 tries. at least two-thirds of the of miles and employ all kinds J AU Months /g

I Statistics I growers viting in the referendum of equipment to woo the finny
From .
e I ,
tribe will hang our heads in shameto
BUS TP !approve Quotas and allotmentswill g
.N.tea ti First downs 11 V be in effect on the 1959, 1960, learn that Mrs. Starling caught g \ i 3 Letters on ,Any Purchase t I r\ .
from rushing 10 8 and 1951 flue-cured crops. Penal this seven-pound-plus beauty oftthe If 9.95 II
from passing 1 1 *ties for producing excess tobacco end of her dock at Kingsley of $5.00 or More \}

from penalties 0 0 will also be in effect, and price Lake, 'with nothing more than a K __ For Men and Ladies
small bream hook baited 'with a __ <<
Yds. gained rushing 221 187 support wlll be-available,to growers *
minnow! Any more room on that fI GENT'S GENUINE.BGACK STAR From'S efflT
Yds. gained passing 18! 04 ii< who comply with their allot
Passes 1-5 :2-b i ments.If dock, Mrs. Starling'Only Ladies and Gent'sPrince OiwwMen's fI

new : Passes intercepted by 1 :2 marketing quotas are not ap other fish story I've heard Gardner SAPPHIRE.RING

Fumbles lost 2 1 proved, then for marketing pur lately was about a local painter g Set With'' 6 Fine'pl..onds'
1 rl Avg. distance punts 35.5 42.5 poses during the '1959-60 market who caaught the limit of specks KEY CHAINS I
off of Santa Fe brush
Yards lost penalties 50 30 ing year, there will be,no quotasor some piles. << ONLY and
penalties, no acreage allot By the time we have disposed "ot $195.00 Birthstone RINGS ,
STARTER SETA ments, and no'price support on hunting season, we'll be' looking K '

complete gift package of 3- TIlE RIGHT POINT for the the 1959 crop of flue-cured tobacco. forward- to bedding fish ot.all K

dimension viewing fun...specially way you write. Come In and select In that event, another refer kinds.. rP";: : Remington SHAVERS
priced for Christmas giv- You fellows who have let your V; I
your favorite ESTERBROOK endum would be held next \ I WE GIFT "
ing! Each set has 7 "comealh'c" year Illl
tackle r
get rusty could hint
pictures of. a favorite Fountain Pea TELEGRAPH. on quotas for the following three a
to the wife about now for some Norrelco SHAVERS
lids' subject. plus famous year's crops.
View new casting or spinning equipmentvia ,
-Master Stereo Viewer... -
plus :21 extra gift pictures.'See Saint Nick. If you haven't fJ -
these wonderful gifts today! MAYOR'S COURT already given it a fling, try a bail- WRAPFREE Lady Shaeffer J1
Termite Control n d
$4.2d 0 VALUE ess spinning reel, similar to the ,
Pleading guilty, in Mayor's Heddon, Storo, or stripped down PEN SETS ij
co $'295 FOR DEPENDABLES Court Monday, to a charge of Airex. Once you get the hang of Billfolds from $$5.00

Household ft Commercial reckless driving Charles Lewis it you will wonder why you ever !!
=I Old ro gif oicturoTi..oi1' Hillard was judged guilty and fined worried with a bail model, with I Pen !
Seta for
Pest ControlS
i.t a 3-I..1 .$27. Involved In an accident its endless miles, of spiderwebsand
.Idu."Traainry.." thawing of VirMoil natvrt r with Hillard, Julian C. Brinson Lulu's lackbashes. From $5.00
unit and tro." ivbcH| Grove Spraying was charged, and pleaded guilty, '' g Prince Gardner SETS up pc
Sawyer', from favorite Yi.w-Mad.r Right now I'm eating a 'nice ,, Star Crystal l PENDANTS
I III(. Pack.!*. Call FR to failure to have' vehicle under slice of cold venison roast, with n
SEE NEW VIEW-MASTEI 3-UEl 6-2661 control causing an accident. B rin- lettuce and Didntkill g
PACKETS,VIEWERS PROJECTORS Florida Pest Control son was also found guilty and the buck mayonnaise.myself, but just let 19.50 up '$4.50 and up- Shaeffer Cartridge I<<
GIFTS AT fined $27.Also my' tongue ,hang out while this, g PENS for Boys & GirlsIn

BULLINGTONSTUDIO & Chemical Co. pleading guilty to a charge other fellow was skinoin it. Righter Includes Billfold, Lighter, Key color I!

of failure to have vehicle and neighborly of him to offer me' i1 case, Glasses Case, Cigarette Van Dell NECK SETS $2.95 up Y

& GIFT SHOP 24 N. W. 16th Ave. control, causing an accident, Ho h band- tome (what other choice would :Case. A MAGNIFICENT GIFT mm ii i i p

Starke, Florida Galneavflle, FlorldaALVAREZ' ert Sullivan'was judged guilty 'I a gentleman: have) and to keep, l from $19.50

fined $27. t from_ _hurting his feelings, 1 ac \\ up CROSSES ,
On a disorderly conduct charge,, cepted.
Lovely S '
Men's Lester Gatlin 'pleaded guilty and I Come to think of it, he did J
I Clothing <<
was sentenced fo 3. fine frown when I Beautiful
STORE II pay of pointed out my.preferred JEWELBOXES -- Colorful ,
Established 1894 137. cut on the uninjured bind

Jessie Wayne Turner forfeited. quarter. I NECKLACE
bond on two charges
That's Our BusinessIf pearing. On a charge of disorderly
conduct bond was $37 and on a DARK y'J.9S AndEARRING $2.95and up f1C

It's Glass We Have IU I charge of resisting'arrest bond f t MEATO.STARI4E .
CALL WRITE or VISIT was $52.Also w FLA.' and up ?
forfeiting bond was Nor C

1 Joe Peters Glass Co. charge man William against Snellgraves.him was excess The Fri"9 Sat.- Dec. 12, 13 K The Famous Bulova !@j ,
speed and bond of $2'f had been FEATURE'- -


We Design Modem Store Fronts not appearing on a chargeof Robert Mitchum, Robert Wagner

Just Mail Us A Pattern fort running red light William AND From $43.50 up
Beecher Francisco forfeited
Table Tops $12 AURORA BOREALIS ,
bond. The Road To Denver' '

,1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 24353 Robert G. Dilliger, wno had Seen John Payne Mona Freeman << MBi NECK SET PEARLS PEARLS

charged with driving without a Plus Serial Chapter No. 10 and 6I f 32-DIAMOND, -- From
driver's license, also forfeited bondof Color Cartoon for Kids. $3.50 and up i
$27 by not appearing. I WATCH
PRICES A charge or excess speed against SUN.. MON.. TUES. J
Robert Louis Taccia was Dec. U, 15; 16 1 B ONLY from $2.95 ANSON SETS

YOU A GALLON OR QUART WITH EACH The Girl Most LikelyJane r .FOR GIRLS; AND BOYS From $2.50 up

Powell Cliff Robertson
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning

Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday AND
Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPB WILD HARVESTAlan

Service Wednesday, 7:45 p. m Ladd. Dorothy Lamoor
Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45 p. m Robert Preston .Jewelry

LAWTCT Plus Color Cartoon for: Children Q t
Sunday School, 10 a. m. MornIng ,
Worship H a. m. YPE ServIce Wed., Thur. Dee. 17, 18 ,' N. L. WOODBURN i t\

Prices Saturday 7:30 p. m. DOUBLE FEATURE /I
start at $2 per qt.; $5.98 per gal. CHINA DOLLWith 109 E. Call St. Phone WO 4.5211 tf


Christian AND ,
Endeavor,Friday 7.59 I I Is
335 N. Temple Starke, Fla.: -Ph. WO 4-8565 D. m. Bible Study Wednesday. Short Cut To' Hell :

STARKE, FLORIDA 7:20 p. m. Sunday Morning Worship Robert Ivers Georgann Johnson *&'*MiH&0to, '- '-'- \\ ,
a. m. Evening Worship. Phis Color Cartoon for Kid r '-
7:30: p. m. Bible school. 10 a, m.

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__ _. n. ". V t THURSDAY, DEC.: 11, 195S
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::7 Mary Ella Turner I'E I Club Citc1e'Christmas ".

\Veds L. L. Hardee Jr -- lects Officers, Party

Saturday EveningMiss I For New Year Held TuesdayThe

r r ._ I
Mary Ella Turner daugh- I, Elections were held by the Ethel Biggs Circle of theFirst

ter' of Roy Turner .and the late II Starke Social Club at their meeting Baptist WMS met Tuesday,

Gladys Mooty Mrs..Turner, became the bride of Tuesday Dec, 4, at the Pres13Ibyterian Dec. 9, at the home of Mrs. C. J.

_1-I------ Sgt. Lester Lewis Hardee Jr., son I Hall. The following officers Houpt with 25 members present.

of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hardee Sr. I _i < and chairmen were named Mrs. C. A. Knight, Circle chair-

Jo Ann Howard Ladies Night of, I Jacksonville ,at a doubleringceremony for the 1959 year; president. ]man, opened the meeting with a

Weds W. performed by Rev1.? Donald S James Watson; vice pres. Claude responsive reading from the second -

J. Patray Staged By Rotary Kokomoor in the First Meth- Bradford: ; secretary treasurer. Chapter of Luke.

In :Lake City Draws Big CrowdOne ; odist Church, Saturday evening at Mr s. Bertha Pearce; asst. see)'. After the business meeting, the

7 o'clock.The ., Mrs. Rcse Halsall; chaplain Miss 11 program, "Christmas for Christ,"

Miss Jo Ann Howard of Lake I of the best attended, and altar of the church was I W L. Blair and pUblicity Miss was presented by Mrs. S. L. Peek

city, and John W. (Bill) Patray I most successful Ladies Nights PiI3 az lovely with a center sunburst arrangement Amy Coburn. Jr., assisted by Mrs. Gene Long

of Starke were united in marriageat ever given by the .Starke Itotary r1A J' of .white gladioli interspersed 5' I Hostesses for entertainment and and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr. The

:5:30 pjn. on Thanksgiving Day Club was held in the ElementarySchool 1 ; : with pale blue mums refreshments for the December Lottie Moon Christmas offeringwas

jn the Parkview Baptist Church. cafetorium last Friday against a background cf palms S meeting were Mrs. Carrie Ward, $72.After .

Lake City. Rev. E. L. Maxon officiated :aight. More than 170 Rotarians : and and branched candelabra Mrs_L. Clark and Mrs. C. Turney. the meeting adjourned a

at the double ring cere- Rotary Anns and guests attended tof with burning white tapers. The next meeting will be held lovely Christmas party was enjoyed -

mony. this affair which was highlighted Mrs. L. J. Green, organist, played in St. Mark's Parish Hall, Dec. by all present. The hostessesMrs.

The bride, given in marriage by ty the appearance of Karl Oscar nuptial music during the ceremony BrideElectMiss 16. C. J. Houpt, Mrs. Tyler

her i father wore a street length Gren, Swedish immigrant and and the traditional wed- New members and visitors are Jones. and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief,

dress of blue ChantiUy lace. Her author of "Destination America." ding marches were.used. : Marilyn Ann. Matheson. welcome served delicious refreshments.
costume was complimented by a. The human interest story ot Lloyd C. \Wood of Jacksonville daugluer: of Mr. and Mrs. John

beaded iridescent hat and blue lace how a poverty-stricken immigrantboy attended ,the bridegroom as best Matheson of Newton, Mass.,I oodman Circle Nurses AssociationTo

globes.: She carried a bouquet of succeeded in working his way : man and Miss Bernice Thomas of : whose, marriage to Edgar Dukes
American beauty roses centered to the U. S. and the trials that, -- Jacksonville of Enjoys Meet Dec. 18
served as maid soonor. ; n of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dukes PartyAt
on white prayer book. confronted him before he was on Maxine Andrews 't affeti gown covered with I !]h of Starke, will be an event of 1

Miss Gail Howard. sister of the, his way to success were unfoldedby heavenly blue lace. With this she Miss Thomas'was attired in a anuary. The wedding will take I \Vilson Home The Bradford County Nurses
bride Gren i with a mixture .of quiet Weds S. E. Kelley white association will hold its regular
was maid of honor. :She wore a feathered'carnationcorsage. pink sheath afternoon dress and place in the First Presbyterian I

was' dreeeed in a rose wool street humor that won his audience from In Church Rites carried ''a pink carnation nosegay hurch in Newton.Hospital Members of the Supreme Forest meeting, Thursday evening. Dec.

length model with the start. Not satisfied to enjoy, w. C. were entertained at the 18 at 7:30 o'clock in the Bradford
worn a rose. .Mrs. Kelley, mother of the The bride, who was given in ,
the good things of.America alone, home of Mrs. Ira Wilson Tuesday
jeweled hat. Her nosegay j bouquet -! Gren The New River Baptist Church groom, was attired in a light blue marriage by her brother, Bobby County Hospital staff dining
kept plugging until all his Auxiliary eight to plan a Christmas party.
was of pink sweetheart nine brothers was the setting for a beautiful lace gown complimented with a I Turner of the State Farm; chose room.
and sisters were I Mrs. Wilson served fruit cake
roses. I white stole and for her wedding blue silk waltz Entertained At Tea |
brought to this wedding Thursday evEJi: J1g. .Nov. a corsage of white a
country ,some I and cookies. ... .
Miss Cbarlene Howard sister ot 27, 'at 6:30 o'clock when Miss feathered carnations. l length dress with blue accessories. .
cf them even as stowaways. He I In Macclenny The Christmas party will beheld
the bride, lighted ffie' candles at: Maxine Andrews daughter.of Mr. A and she carried a blue Bible topped 'Efj'. n
: said that no one could tully appreciate reception was held immediately Dec. 23, at the Lions Den, .. .. .. .... .
the J the .. ....
beginning or with white : 'I I
ceremony and Mrs. Reddish R. Andrews of after a orchid and white I.
the great privilege of <; the wedding at the The Ed Frazier i with :. : ,
starting '
and .Miss Memorial Hos- a covered dish supper !!U'ilY H
Beverly Fields, Miss Kay ; ... :.
i living in America unless he had Brooker, became the bride of home of the bride's parents nearthe carnations. Her' only ornament. i at :,:,:: !!: : : .. .
I pital Auxiliary of Macclenny hon- j < 7:30: and gifts will be ex- '
Hartsfield. and Mrs. Mitch Evans!: lived in another country and could Stephen Eugene Kelley, son of Mr. church. Arrangements [of: was a single strand of pearls, a'I | ored the Bradford County Hospital j ch anged. : : : : : ; :I!
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presented the wedding music. :/1' compare the two. and I Mrs. Charley S., Kelley, also white gladioli and pompoms 'were gift of the groom. ", .. -.
Rpnald Patray, brother ot the Auxiliary at a tea Tuesday Wednesday morning the .. :.. ;
The caf torium of Brooker. Rev.,L. L. Parker peru in decorating. The bride's; Following the'wedding a small]I I group : : : :::::;::: '
was attractively afternoon in the Women's Club
groom, was best man. I again met at Mrs. Wilson's home
formed the reception was held in the Metho I
decorated with arrangements of ceremony., table was lovely with a white cutwork < at Macclenny. to
After the ceremony, reception L construct a float for the Christmas -
fall: ,flowers for this occasion. The altar was beautiful with cloth, centered with a four- dist Fellowship Hall for members Mr. and Mrs. Rodger A. Peterson -
was 'held in the social hall of the Those attending from Starke parade.
chu ch. A. L.I Crosby Jr., president of pedestal baskets of white gladioli tiered wedding cake decorated ot{ the immediate' families and of Jacksonville announce the
were Mrs. P G. Felos :
president ,
the Starke club, served as master end chrysanthemums against a with rosebuds. The cake was topped close friends. The refreshmenttable birth of a son. Rodger Albert
The bride, daughter of Mr. and : of the local Auxiliary, Mrs. W. E. i i Silver Service
of ceremonies and commended the background of lighted tapers in by a wedding bell and miniature was overlaid with a wbitecutwo'k I' Peterson, Jr. on Dec. 5. Mrs.
Mrs. Goff S. Howard of Lake City, ; Middleton, Mrs. W. L. Blair, Missj-i
cloth The.white
Keystone Heights Rotary Club graduated candelabra and magnolia bride and groom. Completing wedding o Be AwardedThe Peterson is the former Evelyn
is t graduate of Columbia High : Amy Coburn, Mrs. Junius Smith, *
cake .
for the large delegation from boughs. the arrangement were two decorated :with white rose- Scott of Starke.
School and Florida State University Mrs. T. G. Ritch, Jr., Mrs. Mack
there, which included around 20() Mrs. Levy Canova organist silver candelabra, with burning buds was placed at one epd of Junior Woman's Club will -
School of Nursing. She was couples., A made provided nuptial music while the white the table; Around both the cake: Futch, Mrs. Bert McMaines, Mrs.
response was by, tapers, decorated with miniature jgive' away a Silver Service this; Bradford County Hospital announces
formerly on the staff of the schoolof Bertha Pearce Mrs. Joe
nursing at St Vincent's Hos- Al Watson, president of the Key-. guests assembled and the traditional nosegays. The punch table and punch bowl was arranged a: I Mrs. Owen Wilson j I Saturday, Dec. 13, at 5 o'clock in the following births:
) Jacksonville stone Club. wedding marches were was covered with a white cutwork wreath of fern interspersed withI I Mrs. C. A'j' front of Iieila's Dress Shop. I Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Colemancf
pitaj, and is currently : Knight, Mrs. J. J. Parker Mrs. R.
with the J. Rims Miller Health After the banquet, several quar- used.: Miss Glenc'a Parker, soloist, cloth and centered with a crystal white pompoms, E. Edmondson, Mrs. John Torode, I j The six piece set, consisting of I, Starke, a son James Roland,

Center, University of Florida, tette numbers were sung by Harold sang, "Oh Promise Me", "Whither i punch bowl surrounded by, fern. Mrs..W. T. Brinson of Valdosta, E. D. l coffee: and tea pots, creamer Dec. 4.
Mrs. TenIy, Mrs. Joe Arnold '
Gainesville. Tyus, Junius Smith, Uiloert Thou Goest," and I "The Lord's I,and pompoms at. intervals. Ga.. sister of the bride cut the sugar, waste bowl, and 23 inch Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lee Bag-
: and Mrs. C. E. Johns. Also attEnding
Goldwire, and Jim Ritch. Group! Prayer." wedding cake, and Mrs. W. E. Big- tray. is now on display at Leila's. v'ell of Starke, a daughter. Debra
Mrs. Dave Paulk
Mr. Is the
Patray son of Mrs. greeted guestsat were Mrs. Marion Good-
singing was led by George T. L. C. Kelley of Waldo attended ham Jr; of Brooker, sister of the Tickets are avaible there i Ann Dec. 5.
Nora Patray of Starke. He graduated Huggins with Mrs. L. J. Green at his brother as best man and the the door and presented them: bridegroom,. presided at the punch; ing District Director, and Mrs. from Junior clubwomen. and Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Bennett
from Bradford High School to the receiving line composed of Albert
Franklin immediate
the piano. ushers were Ervin Andrews of bow!. :Mrs;.'James Reddish off r past cf Dec. 9.
and received his B.s. and M.A. degree the bridal party and the parentsof : president of the Florida Hospital Proceeds will go toward theub's Lawtey, a son.
The speaker was introduced by New Smyrna Beach, brother of Kingsley Lake; sister.of the bride, c --
In. psychology from the University the bride and groom. Miss Sylvia -f Auxiliary, both of Jacksonville. project, a community
A. J. Thomas Jr. Joe Gray handled the bride, and Arthur L, Kelley of kept the bride's. book." swimming pool.Birthday :Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Col-
of Florida and taught in Paulk presided at the punchbowl ,
Bradford County schools for several -: the, door prizes, and B. W. Sarasota, brother of, the groom. and Mrs. Odessa Hall of I! After a short wedding trip the Each of the guests was presented -I son and family visited Mr. and

Payne was general chairman of Miss Gayle Andrews, sister of couple will be at home with his with a small potted plant Mrs. L. C. Hinson in Orlando
years. present he is in L Jacksonville and Dyal
Miss Tbeo I! Party
the bride, served as maid of honor parents in ,Jacksonville until after upon leaving. the weekend.
his third arrangements.
{ in the !
year College of of Brooker cut the bride's cake.
Medicine at the i \ and was attired in an Alice blue Jan. 1 when they will move to the For Carolyn Crews
University of Miss Jones
Ginger kept the'bride'sbook.
Marine In County JudJl,.'. Court For
taffeta Station, Parris Island Hospital
Florida. gown with a round neck- S. Auxiliary .
Harry Hatcher III II rail ford Conntf. Florida.In
line and short C. Carolyn Crews celebrated her
sleeves. This
cap re: Estate of
Mr. and Mrs. Patray are residing After spending some time with HArt as Christmas Tea sixth .
Host At PartyHarry featured a pleated cummerbund birthday anniversary last i ETHEL. M niCOS. deceased.OTICK
at 1020) S. W. 8th Ave. in their guests the newlyweds left \ OF FILING PKTITIOV
of ice blue taffeta that termin- Class Friday afternoon with a party for
Gainesville. Enjoys The FOR Fl\\l. IIISCimtGU: OPtlMIIMoTHlTOR
Hospital Auxiliary met
for a wedding 'trip to Miami and' 12 friends.
Hatcher, IH, was host to ated in back in wide insert panels, Wednesday afternoon of last week I
points of interest enroute. The i 'Indoor Picnic The Christmas TO ALL IbM IT MIV CONCERNS
holiday motif
WSCS To MeetThe 18 boy friends at a weiner roast and a bouffant skirt. Her bead- bride chose for I at the Episcopal Parish House on |, Notice is hereby given that I
traveling was used
a Navy in decorating the Crews':
piece was made of blue taffeta Because Of Rain Church street for their have filed\ my final returns as Administrator
last Saturday afternoon at his with tiny seed pearls rapped a- blue dress suit complimented with] general j', home on W. Madison street for ot the Estate of Ethel

First Methodist WSCS will home at Camp Blanding In L a white hat and white gloves;, meeting with Mrs. P. G. Felos't] e occasion. The htUe guests !.I. I-igsrs derea&ed.: that i have filed
round the frame, with a nose Although disappointed that the presiding. I petition for final discharge andI
hold its regular business .meeting celebration. of his,ninth. birthdayanniversary. ._ length veil of matching tulle. she white orchid and pearl earrings.. rain 'made i it. to :I j enjoyed, refreshments from a gay- my will apply to the Honorable Ther-
at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec;10, in carried They''wfll at home at 1257'' S. .necessary cancel .. ThQ members voted,,to buy. another ly decorated table, played un'A. tawn, County Judge of Bradford
a garland bouquet of blue the ranch trip last Saturday, 40( games .
the Florida. Pecemfeejr18th !
,Fellowship Hall. This will be for the' County
McDuff St. Jacksonville. Croupette at t
use i I during i the
the Christinas The boys enjoyed games in the pcmpoms, ice blue net, and satin I children attended the Art for Fin party hours. They were 195$ at 10.00: A M for ipprotal -
service, and' new and ribbon streamers.The The bride is a graduate of 11 I class at the Starke Woman's dim H spital. Mrs. Junius Smith, delegate given favors of stockings filled I of the >ame and for final
who have yard were served ice cream I of the
members with administrator
joined during to the association. Christmas discharge as
bridesmaids Bradford High School, class of f :: and enjoyed, another gave a candy and noise- deceased.
Sylvia session, Ethel M. Biggs
the j pic11 estate of
past will be and cake. makers.
year, recognized They were given bank I report of the Florida Auxiliary
1957 and is ) I this November lath; 1938 at
Paulk,of Starke and Miss Bertha presently employed nic and all at the clubhouse. Dated
endj honored. treasure! chests "favors' meeting in Palm Beach Nov.'! .Mrs. Lester Starke Ilradfnrd. Count, Florida.S .
Holcomb of by Travelers Insurance Co. I I 'Many of Crews was
Jacksonville, wore ice inj arrangements still life 1921.F I' assisted I -Owen W Griffin
rr blue gowns identical to that of Jacksonville. The groom is alSo I I were set up around the auditorium fcy her mother, Mrs. J. M. alit; Owen W. Griffin Administratorof

the honor attendent and carried a. graduate of BHS, class of 1954 I,(I and the children selected their own llowing the business meet-'chell. Mrs. W. H. tollman, and the Estate of Ethel }I. Biggs, de-

i garland bouquets of blue pompoms and Is presently enlisted in the /fcubjects to draw with varied re- ing Mrs. T. G. Ritch, social chairman :> Mrs. Bertha Pearce. !I i -ease&S 11120! 4tlMl
I I | suits. assisted by Mrs. A. Y. Cov-
Navy until July.Outoftown -
blue net, and satin ribbon .
Mrs. i ington and Mrs. L. C. Smith entertained
J. streamers. : guests at the wed J. E. Wall Jr.. who has
at a delightful tea.
The bride, who was given in ding and reception were Mr. and been assisting with the program Christmas

a.i il marriage by.her father, was lovelyin Mrs. A. H. Hall and family, Mi rand gave charcoal an interesting illustrated; throughout decorations the Parish were House used for

iI I an original model of imported Mrs. Harold Sorrells and demonstration by sketching this
lovely affair. Choir
I MISTLETOE MAGIC "1 do" taffeta and Chantilly lace. daughter, Mrs. Stella Mae Wa]- scenes.After placed on either side of the fireplace -'

I It was made with i moulded dron, K. P. Ualliance, Dale each student's drawing furnished the focal point for

bodice of taffeta, featuring a wide Katthe Don Taylor, Miss Annette was, exhibited and comments made the decorations.The .

.i 'lace l insert that formed a sweetheart Sutlon, Miss Brooks Parham, Mr. by Scholl, director of the v
tea table was covered with
neckline and a panel insertin ; and Mrs. C. J. Christian, Mr. and 'program, the group enjoyed a social handsome
a white lace cloth, centered -
I time
I front. The neckline was madeof Mrs. Joe Moreland. Mr. and Mrs. with their poke lunch I with
: Christmas
Cokes and "Joe a arrange-
miniature scallops, embroideredin I Windell Moody and family Mr.and Froggers" provided ment
holding gayly decorated
by Mrs.;H. B.
i sprays of irridescent, sequins Mrs. Wayne Hazen and fain Peyton, president candles. Mrs. C. E. Johns
01 the Woman's Club. pre-
S S. eI and seed pearls. The long lace ily, Mr. and :Mrs. Shelby Turner The meeting next the silver service during

sleeves tapered to calla lily points and family, Mrs. Mary Thomas Saturday will the tea hour.Outoftown.
tie the last
one .until after the
over her wrists and were fastenedby I and daughter, Roger Ward, GeneAndrews
holidays and will feature the mali: guests attending
rows of lace-covered buttons. Mr. and Mrs. L. W.
.ing', jf Christmas items. The were Mrs. E. L. Bradley, Mrs. C.
Her voluminous skirt of taffeta L Nfcrsworthy and son, Henry, a
11 ranch trip will be scheduled at a L. Geiger and :Mrs. W. H. Croft
was enhanced by a wide panel of of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. T.( later date.Young.

l lace in front, and on either side E. Persinger and son of Macon of Green Cove Springs auxiliary

? there were lace appliques embroidered Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waldron 7

> 41 in sequins and pearls. Her and daughter, Mr.: and Mrs. C. A.4 : Adults High School PTA

5' / 5'a veil of illusion fell from Kelley of Wildwood, Mr. and Mrs.L. Enjoy Progressive To Meet New for 1959 with PIVOTTENNA

tiara of seed pearls and lace. A. Kelley and sons of St. TuesdayPTA ..

4 iM : W1 She carried a white ),Bible topped L Petersburg Mrs. R. C. Jackso,i Dinner Party

IJr.wI;: S ;sw with a yellow throated white orchid and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Adams )fl, S of Bradford High School

___ I'U fL which had streamers of narrow Tampa Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cannon !: The Young Adult Class of the will hold a regular meeting Tuesday -

\ I L \ satin ribbon tied at intervals and Mr., and .Mrs. Charles First Presbyterian Church enjoyed at 8 o'clock in the school

with fern. Pearl earrings. a gift Perry of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. .a progressive dinner party last music"room.. The program will include -

S. -. of the groom, were hej; only jewel- A L. Kelley of Sarasota,'Mr. and Saturday evening. The first course numbers by the Harmon-

t / Mrs. Troy Andrews of Morristcn, was served at the home of IIP.. and ettes and group singing of Christ- Ii I

'tYou'll ry.Mrs. Mrs. W. T. Jackson, from where mas carols. ONLY
look Andrews chose for her and Mr. and Mrs. Seeber DoyleAndrews
S. I \S daughter's wedding a light blue and family of Wildwood. the party progressed to the home

t fike this of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holtzen- Mrs.' Davis HostessTo IKY n095t.
I '
.c.. Christmas Party Birthday Party dorf Jr., and the R. G. Patterson
S .
Dessert was served at the home UDC: ChapterThe
'S For Mitchell Staff For Linda Thomas of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews,,

GIVE A POLAROID LAND CAMERA ![ where games were also enjoyed. W. T. Weeks Chapter, U.

Come Christmas morning mother can't help but shower you j Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews were Linda Thomas celebrated her Thirty-one members of the class D. C. met at the home of Mrs. L. UL a

with kisses because she knows that now, with the magic of 60- hosts at a lovely Christmas party 14th birthday .last Friday evening enjoyed-thi8 delightful affair. A. Davis on Wednesday, Dec. 3,

send pictures,shein be getting more and better pictures of the Sunday: evening at their home .on with a bop party at the with the president, Mrs. Mattie ..

Idds than ever before. And, an old chore becomes real fun for W.. Madison street for the em- Catholic 'Center.Balloons Gahagan, presiding. Iv'&', S ,, d V
St. Mark's
you when you can see your pictures just 60 seconds after taking ployees of ,Mitchells Drug Store. and Auxiliary gi S. ., _
crepe ,paper 1oil's.,E..K..Ferryman, historian, S _
t them. ,Fun for the kids too. They'll pose and pose and pose The house was attractive for I T1S
when you on show them the results on-the-spot. streamers were used to decorate' Meets At Luncheon presented a program requestingthat S F
the occasion with Christmas dec PHILCO 4231-XE
S the hall for the occasion. The refreshment
I And with the newest Polaroid Land Rim,you'll get pictures orations. The lace covered refreshment I special tribute be paid Jef-
1 that are twice as sharpas ever before. POPULAR PHOTOG. j table carried out the St. Mark's Auxiliary met in the ferson Davis by the UDC this year
I table held beautiful
i! RAPHY says ". Magnificent. Very obviously me of the finest I Christmas a flanked'holiday' theme with the;, punchbowl :Parish House, Monday, Dec. 1, commemorating the 151st anniversary NEW DUO-SOUND

} c/ the blad:- M-acAite films amiable toda ." arrangement' at one end surrounded 1 by I with a, covered dish luncheon: ; of his birth.

by burning red candles in silverholders. !pine needles with pine cones and: :Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and Mrs.. Mattie ,.
MORE MAGIC -Tfte Newi A social hour followed with Mrs. Philco for 1959 adds dimension
p Mrs. Brady Collins red berries placed at intervals. At I Gahagan were hostesses. a new to table model sound
I Gahagan presiding at the coffee S with the Duo-Sound System. Enjoy it DOW in real
POLAROID PRINT COPIERMake the other end of Mrs. W. H. Graham
poured coffee from a silver ser the table was the] presided service and Mrs. Davis as hostess. TV with exclusive 1959 features like the powerful Pivot-

all the copies you want right on birthday cake decorated red over the business meeting, and Tenna Top Level Tuning, 2-position .
the spot. All do is slip origi- vice.The and Mrs. James Blackshear ,
you your greeru was elected electronic Switch
15 guests exchanged gifts Circle FourVSCS Range 21' (overall
wd into the Print
Copier attach
your The 40 teen-ager vice-president to fill
guests enjoyed i an un- diagonal
during the evening. measurement) picture new
camera, snap the shutter and in just
one minute you have a duplicate print i I dancing and games during the expired term. A Christmas box Meets At ParsonageCircle slenderized cabinet.

that matches the original in quality. evening. S I I was sent to Chattahoochee inmates. ,- ----

Available for all Polaroid Land Camera Big Dad 'Dinner: Mrs. W. D.*Thomas was assisted Date of the children 4 x>f the First Methodist SEE IT HERE..PHILCO
Models..BULLINGTON. Set For Dec. 18th by Mrs. Carl Hurst in serving., Christmas party was announced WSCS met Tuesday night at the ,
iii 1JIi; I for the afternoon of Dec 21 in home of ,Mrs. Donald Kokomoor, Television Today from t the World of Tomorrow, !

The annual company Christmas i Junior Club Notice I the parish House The next meeting with Mrs. John A. Torode as co-

will be Jan. 12. hostess. This was the first meet-
dinner of Big' Dad Manufacturing I .5 I Model No. 4230E
Junicr $$189.95
Woman's Club membe? ing this circle has had at the new -
Co.will be held at 12 noon Thursday ;
are urged to attend a specUJ i duPont Staff PartyThe parsonage, and everyone appreciated -

: Dec. 18, in the Enlisted Men's meeting Thursday night at '7 the opportunity of inspecting -

Club at Camp -Biaprfing Employees o'clock 'IIi the Woman's club to;; DuPont staff and their the interior rooms.It .

S STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP of the company ,and other l'discuss plans for the upcoming ladies will hold a Christmas Party was announced that the circle CHJASWIHY-Philco; % Dealer

Variety.Show. Miss.Patty Hatredvill ajt the
guests will enjoy this" annual T af Blanding Officers will sell Benson fruit cakes on

fair. be present to help outline t h'e .Club Friday night. Pec., 12,, star t, Friday and Saturday afternoons 310 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.

show. Please Attend Ingat,6:30p..m. in front of Mitchell's Drug Store.
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F Mr;:and Mts. Robert! Faulkner: v New MiTUK Of IIIIUIIM.<< O\
-1 ManagerAt .
cf Jacksonville were Saturday ': -
KiNGSm"LiliibY'lIa. ri::1'I'I"IUt'un l'LO:>i\u .1\II
t visitors of Mr.Land Mrs. ,Paul Florida Theatre 1 .
Faulkner. .%\M10\MF.\T: : : Ot' ,,u...;u

Mrs. Lee Fitch 'and Mrs Mary Bobby White, :new manager of PL\TTKI STIItt.0 :,..

McDermott .of Rush :City, .Minn. Moore he Vlonda Theatre recentlymoved TO WHOM IT MAY CONTERN
are making an extended visit with AAAA AAAAAAAlAAAAAAAAAAAAHope : here with his mother, Mrs You will take notice that in acrordan.e -

IN THE NEWS Mrs. Fitch's daughter,: Mrs. J. C. ?:J T Maidee White, and they are occupying Section :: with 6.99 through the provisions 356.1: :!, Florida of-
Fogg and family. everyone had a happy an apartment at the K. Statutes, a public hearing will

.;;" --. -- .I-. Mr. and Mrs. Prescott Gill and Thanksgiving.: It was nice cane- B, Alvarez home 'on ,Highway 16, lie held. by the Board of Countyt"ommi".iunt'tII
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of Bradford
Mr and Mrs. 'J. D. Doyle visited M grinding! weather, only a, little I Florida, in the Courtroom of the
'Mr, and Mrs. Wallace Thigpen Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anders of Fort Clinch at Fernandina;'Beach warm., It, Just, dcesn't' seem pos- Kast.Mr.. White has been with the Bradford ('ounhCourthoulf' in
tow have the address of their Jacksonville .visited Starke, }Florida on Monday, January -
new Mrs. Maggie on.Sunday. sible we are" having all 1 this nice Martin Theatre chain for six 5th 1939; at 10:00 o'clock A Mon .
son Billy, who is stationed in: Anders last Sunday. ,Mrs. ,N._ B. Rosier spent the d.. spring!ke weather in the fall.11 years and was transferred to the petition of Richard T Lover

Korea with the' armed forces. ItS Dr. Edward Burns, Alachua weekend with her; brother-in-law r Perhaps it, waited" until ,the i Starke from Columbus, Ga. wherehe et al. which I.tition'a spread

I fe -T. William E., Thigprn. RA County Health Officer, and Jack and ,sister, .Mr.. .an 7 Mrs. C, II.. church. :, gothe heat in the build- was manager of the Edgewood aid upon LN.ard the minutes of ('nunhCommissioner.of a meeting of.

2.676178. Hq., Hq.Btry 7th BIT, Trawick of the Bradford County Dittmar,,_ in u Jacksonville. Her : ing..Anyway we are. glad and hopeit Theatre held on December i. 198>;; requesting -

Arty. APO 7, San Francisco.:: ; Calif. Clinic attended the Gulf Health family joined her on Sunday .r. will, 'continue until ,we finish Both Mr. White and his motherare bandon that that said portion Hoard of close an and unused a-

Sgt Thigpen is married ta the conference in St. :Petersburg, t Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Heath pt h M. h the, cane.. members of the Methodist platted street hereinafter described,
former Louise Crews cf Macclen- included 18 Fort 'Laud l-.lle'Spent weekend and renounce and disclaim any
+ which counties, on -- .. the We are glad to see Mrs. McDonald Church.. right of Bradford County Florida.
ny and she and the two childienBilly Wednesday. ,, }with ,Mr,, and :Mrs. J. S. Sapp able! to be back at the lake and the puhlic in and to the land

Jrc and Bobby are presently: ,,Azaleas, 39c each.6 for J1.50 at I and family.Mr. .; and up and about. She has had lying within Mid portion of aid
living there with her parents. :' Sbtiun '.s. t ._: .j and Mrs. Robert Stefaneili )Mildred Dankel (right) puts finishing touches to colorful several heart attacks latelySorry *hem back to Gainesville Sunday street;bring said described portion of as said follows.That plattedstreet :

Dens 3 and 5 of Pack 70 visited I Friends,'of Mrs. Eunice Reeder and family ,of Gainesville were holiday birthday'-cake assisted by Adelaide Cro \oon., to hear. Mrs. Leach afternoon. portion of Jessica Ave run-
the Great Lakes House Trailer will, hear of her death J visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stef Gay I| Mrs. David Cottle Leonard ning from a Westerly prolongation

factory' 'at Lake City and the in an,,Atlanta Hospital, 'on ,.Sun- aneili on Sunday.Mr. ." Christmas Cakes Her Hobby is in. Baptist Hope she Hospital will soon in Jacksonville te well- j j( Shirley,and Dian Moore also attended of of the Illo-k Southerly C on the boundary South bf to Lot the 1

Stephen FoSter, Memorial last' day.Mrs: Reed er, was the former acid Mrs. Jimmy Howe had I the football game Satur- waters edge of Silver Lake on the
Saturday. The group was accompanied Eunice Ellis: 'a step-claughter of as dinner guests_Saturday p receding : -1 again. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Norton day night.! The game was a tie so Xorth all lying; in Mount Pleasanton
Christmas holidays find the minute frosting, and all four tiers visited her Sunday afternoon. Siht-r IflWtaccording to plat
by Mrs. W, B, Thompson, the late Prof. George C. LOoneyof the Strawberry Bowl game, everybody was happy.A thereof recorded in Plat Book atPage
Mrs. Lola Oarbett, and Mrs.,H.,H. : Starke, She conducted an artclass Mr. and Mrs., L. A. Brown Jr. ol Dankel kitchen a busy, place witha sprinkled with coconut 'that had ; Mark Moore had as hfs weekend business meeting will be held 45:>> of the public records' of

Rabb. Jr.Bepsons. I here one Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl L.. delicious, aroma of fruit cakes been colored.- green., ,The. candles. guest, }his roommate Wallace Artizof Bradford County Florida.All .
t years ago when ', and other? holiday. fare baking,, were red and each tier between ,1 Baldwin. They attended the at the church next Wednesday interested' parties mar apl.arand
Old Home Fruit Cake, I her mother and Prof. lived Johns,.and Dick and Tom Smith
Looney I be heard at the time and placeaioe
S Ibra$3.00: Available from here. She was a step-aunt of. Mrs. and their dates of Starke, When we heard that Mrs. N. S. candles was decorated with brightred football game Saturday, night and tight Hope the attendance is better tpecified.Dated .

Methodist W. S. C. S. Call Airs.Titui W. H. Ncllman.. Mrs. Gladys 'Weldon underwent Dankel (Mildred] was baking a berries. Sunday were with us in. church j than: the deacon's meeting Friday this December 1. 1J5S.CViard :>> .

Olson, WO, 9-1121 or Mrs.1 Mr. and Mrs. .S. n...-.Griffis of minor surgery In Bradford County cake for Anne Matthews' birthday //'My mother' spoiled us with arid Sunday School. Mr.,and Mrs. |t n:ght. We hear there were Of County Commi.-sioners
we decided to visit and get, the cakes, pies and other good I Of Bradford County Florida.By .
George Hugging; WO 44863. Palatka, visited Mrs. Nellie R. Hospital.on Tuesday., ? things R. L. Smith and daughter,. Jane, I cnly two deacons present. ii| x'harles A. Darby
Mrs.,Mamie Henry Norman underwent Griffis Sunday night. Kenneth Tyus and' Miss Nancy recipe., Mildred Dankel is well- to eat"' Mildred said "and I guess ,I Mrs. A. R. :Moore and children, If I don't fall in the syrup ket- Clerk of Said Board
Stewart known for her beautifully deco- lust tallY have kept it I (OFFICIAL SEAL)
last of Florida-Southern College u;? and Maxie Norton accompanied i tle 111 see you next week.
surgery Mrs. Howe Twining returned I Utllt
j spent the weekend with Mr. rated and tasty cakes. The recipe for Mildred's pound

Doctor's Hospital.Mr Saturday from a month.i>} Chat.tanooga and Mrs. H.K."Tyus.Personalized This particular cake, since An-. cake is as follows: 1 lb. butter 1
and Mrs. J. P., Burnsed of Tenn. business. BIG DISCOUNTS HIGH TRADE-IN
; ; on -- ALLOWANCES
ne's,birthday comes in the Christ Ib. ,egg: [one dozen large, one ,
Jacksonville Hallmark Christ ,
have rented the Jack Mrs. Joe Martinez is spending
lards Name mas season, was. decorated!? in _red lb. flour, one lb. su-gai, ltbs. .
mas .imprinted
Waters, : house on West Madison Thursday and Friday in Jackson- '
I jjach, ., and green. Starting with pound vanilla. I
street. I ville with Mr.: and Mrs. J. A. Martinez : cardindividually; handStamped. >
cake, we will give you the recipe Cakes are so much a part of the ;
; .Quick, service at Bul-
Mrs. W. B. Parks )leaves Friday ..
; later, Mildred made double-the- Christmas spirit at the Dankel
to spend the holidays with her Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews lington'cil < I Dr
South recipe portions, baking it in four home, that Mildred even bakes
daughter and family, Mr. and spent Sunday in Gainesville with v Delano! Thomas of Georgia -
t different sized paris.. The large them for Christmas gifts. One I erwillegar Motors
College.arrives Friday '
Mrs. Dameron Black, in Atlanta, Mr and Mrs. Bruce Mathews. ffor !
one was a dishpan and the other particulary busy evening, she
Oft. Hollis holidays./ ,. .
Mr, and Mrs. Knight, Jr. -
three successively smaller. The bakes 24 pounds
1Sirand Mrs. Roland Lesperadce of delicious fruit
Personalized Hallmark Christmas of Neptune ,Beach. were Monday ; : pofr
oj Montreal<<: four lavers were iced with seven- cake for family and friends.
Cards. Name imprinted. luncheon guests of Mrs. D. E. :. Canada .were overnight .

Each, card Individually hand. Knight. They visited Mr. and ;'guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mr and Mrs: E. M. Davis visited Rotarians Hear :
,\ 'ciyde.Jerwjjlegar.Mr. I WE NEED
8tam >ed. Quick service at Bul- Mrs. H. V. knight, Sr. while here. Mrs. P. E. Stone and Miss CARS!
and Mrs., Warren Winkler
lington's. Miss Ann Lewis spent the weekend .' Mamie Anderson in Archer over FoundationProgram

Mrs. Louise Moore will spend a .in Palatka with her parents. and Mr. nd'Mr's., E. A. Winkler the weeken'd.Mr. 8 n
attended the Hotpoint ExplainedA .
r month with ,her son-in-law and Mrs. Donnie Moore and Mrs. Appliance
Bales'meeting and Mrs. C. C, Hcppe of
Orlando Sun-
daughter. Thelma Steele of Gainesville were "' J jn 'on Visit Terwillegar Motors TODAY and select Q
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Idair.: ; Tampa were weekend guests ,of program on the Rotary H
Moran, in New York. weekend visitors of Mrs., J.; B. :Jimmy. .L.Wiggins .of ''GardnerWebb.Coflege '. Mrs. O. L. Beasley and'Mrs J. W.. Foundation was presented at the u **
,_ ,. ,
Sapp and Mrs. W. :B. Mundy. .
Kincaid. w
Boiling Springs, N. They also had as Sunday Rotary Club Wednesday by C. -p. .

BIHB Seasons Old Home Fruit Cake, C.. home Saturday tor the visitors Mr; and Mrs. C. P. Tison Nasworthy, assisted by Sam Back,j .U, your J959 FORD We want to clear out our entire -
3, Ibs. $3.00 ,Available from
holidays.< ... of Fernandma Beach. manager ,of radio station WKGK.
Methodist W. ,S. C. S.,Call Mrs. M, R .King of* Spartanburg' S. Mrs. Emma Hill of Lawtey has A highlight of the program was 0 >

FloridaTHEATRE Titus Olson, WO, 9-1121 .or MrS. the, taped,. story of "Mark Kob-
C* will be the overnight guest rented an apartment at the homeof
George tlugtfns, WO 44863.<< ers' student chosen the inventory by December 31.
Thursday .of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mrs. Etta Hoover, 128 N. ,,.. t by ffi
Mr. and Mrs. laman Green and Terwtlegar.Friends Church 'street.'chriStmas Foundation as one of its ambas wa _

family visited Mr, and Mrs. R. A. :.of Miss Barbara Anders sadors' of good will to study in a

Barkley in Jacksonville on Sun-: will be interested to know ,that trunk.'s. wreaths at Sis- foreign .country. .The story was V check with Clyde Terwillegar!
I and Mr. Zack.
E ES her new address, is, 200 ,Duncan taped presented w
day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs E. E. Tanner have It waspointed out by!Mr. Nas-
.. ands Mfs. Charles Hardy Ave., Norfolk, Va. : Q' 4 ,1
\ purchased the.. Sam Anderson worthy that the Starke club lias i:
were in Gainesville Sunday even George and David Canova, Gary '
T. home, on N. Cherry street and invested /over $700 in the foundation I
DEC. 13 ONLY ing visiting Mrs., Hardy Sr. Hildebran and, Bud Lawson of '
mcved in the weekend. Mr. and is now contributing BIG DISCOUNTS HIGH
DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. ,Ira Harris and children Mara Hill 1 o11egeaN) ;. c.ill ar- over program -- TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES

spent ,the weekend }jvith her parents rive Tuesday, for the holidays. Anderson has rented an apart- on the basis of $10 fore

Mr. and" Mrs. Eric Moore,, in' Mrs. H, M. Hatcher Jr., president ment at 510 N. Cherry: street. ch hew member.

WOW OF AWESTERN I JBroxton, ..Ga.Parakeets of the Starke Elementary Mr. and Mrs W. T. Hogan and Names were drawn for the annual -
{ ,, Goldfish and sup- PTA attended the PTA board family of Lake Lucina i were Saturday Christmas party meeting I
nieetiri'g' 'district Jacksonville evening guests of Mr. and which will be held Wednesday,
plies at.SJstJ11Dk'L, 3 of six in The Price is Right on
Mr, and Mrs. J. Curtis Holmesof last Friday. Mrs. R. V. Chapman. Dec. 17.

Lookout Mountain, Tenn. were Miss Edna,Bouy cf Jacksonvillewas.a :, Mr. and Mrs. James .F. Hol- It was announced that no meeting -
t overnight guests last Friday of I weekend guest of Mr. and lingsworth and son have rentedan will! be held Christmas week '" 4.'

t &t ti a Mr. and Mrs. Robert Firth I Mrs. Logan Baldwin. apartment at 535 W. Madison. but the -regular, metmgs- will peresumed U

I t ,, y Street. on Wednesday, Dec. 31. _
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. lackering DRANB
GtORGE I were Saturday dinner .
evening -
y O'BRIEN cr 44P117 in! Colors guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Mt;. ..
THE THREE Coy in Gainesville.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gill and .

Garland Parnell of Savannah Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith and son,

STOOGES Ga. is spending a few days Rcbbie, spent the weekend with

t4tkQZviii with Mr. and Mrs. K. G..Duncan.Mr. Mr and Mrs. M. R. Baggett in IB Cullen

and Mrs. D. E. Adams of Melbourne. says
Jacksonville were Sunday after-
visitors of r, Star of NBC-TV's fabulous show,"The Price Is Right"
noon Dr. and Mrs. H.
H. Adams. I i ,

';, Sgt. and Mrs. T. B. Harding Jr. I .Symphony

.. and daughter Debra. of Stead ENTER BIG SANDRAN
.t n.Qo />
Produced kr Btmxd Glass* Dincted b| '- AFB, ,Reno, Nev_ arrived home I! in1. CL A : dx ,
lt *i Bends A Jack Scitwin Production. ? C
lu.rVesenutiot Re eased thin United Artists Friday for six weeks furlough before '

AND leaving Jan. 10 for further Suitcase "THE PRICE IS RIGHT1'

duty in 'Germany.Parakeets :j .Z .

Goldfish and sup- t.


Mrs. Gene Noegel and' Mrs. T. <'. "" ,,
1 G. Ritch Jr., delegates ot the ;

ostykbt Starke Elementary. PTA, are at y

WILD tending the conference put on bY
& ,
the Education Department of the JUST GUESS THEIR
a ,
l s
U. of F, at Hotel Thomas in
Gainesville Thursday: '"
rf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allen Jr. ,,1,, ; 12 pc. Buckeye heavy alumt-
num kitchenware let
r and son of Spartanburg, S.' C. ,4 y :" s 1 Westinghouse portable mixer

r have moved into tne'l' omas a 24 piece Stainlest Steel Flat

f 1 house, corner of Euclid and Au'onroads. MOTOROLA ware set '
5 pc. Cannon towel fet
4 'Mr. Allen is parts and. er- !, 1
1. vice manager of Terwillegar; ; M.ot-;; PORTABLE 't ns% i ; 34 pc1Z01a
E ors. .. 1 byWestclox
,4 ri'A aBtn..ons % w
Old Home Fruit Cake,'

3 Ibs. $iOOj') Available I fromMethodist :
,SUN.. MON.. TUBS.Dec. ?'mas : } ,' rarza Irs FUN-irS EASY!
W S. C. S. Call Mrs. "
14 5 16 ,
Your delivered before
Ctrs.George'1luttins .
Titus OUont WO.9-n214 or. ; ,
t Christmas! Simply come closestto
WO 44863. guessing the actual retail
.J Mrlwtststa'Flt 1111 ta+ca ar Mr. and Mrs. Loren Cumbie 01GainesVille FOR FREE ,HOME value of these prizes you see

.'lads," -I"aura_.1Aaa UW.raarru have rented the Thomas JDEMOTRATYONPhone y ,' x on display at our store.and
\. --,1t'.' house at 627 N. Walnut street. ; 1,,, they're aH your, including I big
WO 4-7271 Sandran floor for kitchen
.. your
I Mother joins\ tie chftfls jjfjfraise of'BosFer: BroWn Mr: ,, and Jllrs. .Ernest Widegrenand o ? d or any room in your home (up
Lt Com. W ..1<'. 20
.IAYiIim'CWISS erai' .and Mrs J to tg. yttdil
['UH Knits'i Made co i fin eio. ati o Qi
.....--j 'V'*. *s of i.,mffarjb.k -. -.IJtIJ": $ U@. Glenn Jr of Kingsley ,Lake are I .
.1r r .Itlr 'ea. ,. J entertaining Mr., ,_ ,and )I rs. troy -
t '*' : \ Ward at dinner:' party' .in take 1 n E:iTifr lUST<;BY COMING INTO SEE AMAZING NEW VINYL'

1asus1aGood Scream Fun" Cartoon -. Colors art tops in..cb'fastiaess.. .\f j oy match them, City Saturday ,evening. :I v I --', '

the ro S1iD iQ hromPYJ: Mr. and,Airs.. Clyde Terwilfegarand ,

} e family will be in Sanford over, '."'- JfJtYJ'f" "A'IM'O
'' + "'" i, M, o C t weekend to ,:c 2i MD'It'J .
'Wed. Thur&, FrL i'. .' \ .. ,I the attendee MayairGolf MOTOROLA PORT ;." ,, :: ;; -
'Dec. 17, 18, 19. ("IU h't 9 PD IdRT.1le b bl u.;. ,Tournament at the Seminole VERSATILE STEREO HIGH FIDELITY / > '- .
DOUBLE... '.FEATURE-i ptM btorr ejpa Ss 4, 6. 6Jrc.> ...+si.o5. {11 ., County \Versatile" stereo. Detachable
Christmasfreaths al

MULEX Stt' 7a" tolT..'PoiGv-er... led, T$. ',biw. at ; I'trunk's. ., Sis- 'speaker or cabinets, far close 16-watt; together 1,7 ONLY SANDRAN comes sparkling bright
.lllta."tftm 5 .I..L'+ atrs ua 5i>Jt 3 3.. 6.b t..$lj1 'I1 Friends of Hamilton Hitch son stereo amplifier:.. 4 speakers. | \ with a swish of a sponge mop. It never needs scrubbing!
7 STRIKES AWN! J" of } ,f.c apd Mrs. J. H, Hitch of Separate tone controls,, balance l- V il
:\lIt oa.rt ) t-1d{ l Starke, will be interested to ,knowthat control. Dual ,sapphire ONLY SANDRAN can't spot, can't stain...
WttqT..s; styli.,Carrying case with Spice e7 a defies dirt bleach, grease, even acids!
Heel .
liTher HI- nlDforctQqt foT ,_ he, was recently appointed 'feather-textured '
assistant postmaster of the Gainesville Brown ONLY SANDRAN wears so well...offers you

Sn rke1 r ,, post office,. He pas been. a miracle fabnc.'Mode ) 4 a an exclusive Beauty-Wear Guarantee! -

t postal employee in Gainesville for SH12)1649S \' ONLY SANDRAN has new GOld Metall

, '. ,awe' 'rosxess it I many years. gorgeous Vinylwoods..over 100 decorator colors
oI F ,
M If I. and patterns!

-ii_ _v: i a '
hall fitltl \\ 1lto. TO REGISTER FICTITIOfS XMENptlo r:

Sil'4tDfl undemignfd., Is herebyIren under the 'provision that the FROM A COMPLETE FINAL BID
YCl9A of Chapter 2,393, Laws of Florida i
tool,, Acts of,1911. will register with the W, 'q
ncrua Clerkof the Circuit Court, In ana .LWATE', i AT 3:00 P.M. -- DEC. 23, 1958
for Bradford County. Florida. upon "" .1
.. l'
-AND- i 'STUMP'SDEPARTMENT receipt of proof of publication of "
this, notice the fictitious nalne.'pf .
THE CAMP: ON J I I'It Mary ,Carter Paint Store, 'Under bi.j r, tall i
which we are engaged in businessat
JBLOOt) ISLAND r ) .. S33, North Temple Ave. Starlit", BVLLINGTONr
STORE Robert S. and .Helen Gerard 0110"11el'S. -

Plus "Gerald McBoing Boin"v;1 ,. Florida.. 345 X.. \V. 3th Ave.. Gainesville.: Studio '& Gift Shop

Cartoon. .! 'E. CAll -PHONE WO 4-2651 Dated this Sth day of r.)rember.' Free Delivery :QF STARKE Free DeliverymRsDAT'
ST. \. D. 1S18 at Starke, Bradford Starke, Fla. ,

J ,, 't., - County,. Florida., '-., itI1ut'1. ..... -- i .. .. .... -.. f' -- .. .._ f 1:r f O'

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Cattleman's Assn. I I Ensey; Play Lot Parking AreaContract Youths Arrested Martin were wanted in connection, Forest Service Crews Florida's big wood industry. The !I Green Stamp' Unit

with breaking-and-entering cases total clime of standing timberof
And Farm BureauTo Activities at the Ensey Play Lot Let in North Carolina Mapping Resources many individual species will To Show Premiums

Meet Friday ages.continue, The to attract Flannelgraph children lessons,of all Found, Loaded, About the same time, another In This Area also be figured. Monday, December 15

youth Richard Ardinolfi was Estimates of forest damage
Bradford Cattlemenand by Mrs., Florence Hippie, ,and ner For HospitalThe With, Watches I from fire
County insects, and diseases :
where 35 foot
co-workers, Mrs. Oehrig, brifig out picked up in Lake Butler, Forest Survey crews headed by A modem
Farm Bureau members will will be made. These figures will
the largest group each week. F E. Vallencourt Construc- y rt he was reported "prowling." and Joe McClure cf the Southeastern .andise display unit will be locatedat
close out 1958 at their regular A store" in be compiled along with others on .
"walking jewelry
meeting Friday night, Dec. 12, at The weather has been pleasantfor tion Co. of Jacksonville was low 'was booked on a charge of havingno Forest Experiment Station in timber information. In order to the Winn-Dixie Food Store,
outdoor meetings, but the "Big the formwo youths, William North Carolina, have recently Monday
322 W. Madison Street, on
7 p in the American bidder additional facilities license. His had
ai. Legion on parking driver's car a best accomplish this task, the
home. bus stands ready for use on cold at Bradford County Hospital White lOad: Maxte J. Martin moved into,the tri-county area of survey teams must have Dec. 15 from 12 noon until

After the meeting the memberswill or rainy days.Lessons 'and the work is already m 20, are being held In county jail New York' tag. Duval Union, and Bradford. the forested land in the access I the store closes.
in Flannelgraph, leading here for:,action-by' authorities in Martin and White told officers The 18-man team of foresters is
adjourn to a nearby locationto progress. All landowners will be contactedat The van is being operated
enjoy a period of fellowshipand up to Christ's .birth, are being Bids were opened at the Dec Laureiburg; .'C. that Ardinolfi picked them up as cn a year-long survey of Florida's some time during the next few the Sperry & Hutchinson Com-

the evening meal. used in preparation for Christmas. 2 meeting of the Hospital Boaru.: The.youu were picked up here they were hitchhiking south of forest resources. A state and fed- weeks. valuable service will be pany in cooperation with the local

In a Joint statement, Foster Shi bring Parents their are children invited to to the send or The Vallencourt company bid |o: ,- by Chief lot Fe.. Police. Riley Sweat Laurenburg and brought them as eral project, the Florida and U. S.Forest'Service done if the landowners will cooperate store and other merchants displaying -

Smith, president of the Farm lot for this important 810 on'the new' parking area to be who becamrstispicioiis after theywelereported far as Starke. They said Ardinolfitold have joined to un- by making their land II the S & H Green Stamp

Bureau, and Pat Miller Cattle- constructed parallel to Colley ; to have slept in a dertake the huge task. Foresters freely accessible to the survey sign.
Road, in back of the hospital. !twill local xhurch. them he was going from here from wood using industries
man president, said: "In these operation. You as an individual Uponexamination, are teams while in the area. In the mobile unit are hundredsof
days of specialization and extreme member, are important in keeping be approximately the".same a bag they were carrying, was to the Veterans Hospital at,Lake also working with the survey With the field work covering a items which may be obtained

competition, it is more importantthan cur organization strong. Help us size as the parking:uea- m front fcund to contain around $500 City. grcup. According: to McClure the year, it will be some time before with S & H Stamps. Persons who
I and will accommodate 40 cars. worth of watches, cigarette lighters Ardinolfi admitted picking the crews will be ,in this area from
ever before that we main- climax 1958 with good attendance the figures and informationwill have books of stamps may make
tain strong organization and co- Friday night. The contract also includes re and other_ items. One.of themalso youths up, but denied any know- three to four weeks. Each crew is be published in a U. S. De- I their'selection with the aid of an
pair and resurfacing work on the ledge of the'stolen goods. made of
carried .32 calibre revolver. up two men. partment of Agriculture bulletin. attendant who will take their order -

? original parking area.' After the youths gave their Deputy Sheriff Dolph Reddish Information gathered will show The most recent publication of and mail it to the nearest

iving Scriptures_ by jack mum The State Road Department has home address as Laurenburg, officials said that Martin and 'White i will the rate at which timber is being such information was compiledten warehouse of the company whereit

At The Break Of Day with recommended a traffic pattern there were contacted tin d likely be extra:ted to North grown as well as the rate it is being years ago from a similar survey will be mailed prepaid to the

directional signs, for the it was learned that White-: and I[Carolina. used in its various forms by customer

parking area, which will be put ,
0Gr - -
into effect when the work is com- 0-=


Mrs. Lacy Norman,

FNtSTN Telegraph Writer, Complete Selection

Dies At Highland r OF

Mrs Lacy Norman, for many r 'l I

years the Highland correspondentfor LADIES I

the Telegraph, died Sunday ;;.-.::
after several months of ill health.

Funeral services were held MOCK FASHIONED CLASSICS 4 + 9 DRESSES

Tuesday, Dec. 9, in the Highland J Hi-Bulk ORION, the kitten-soft wonder d

Baptist Church, at 2 p. m. Interment .. yarn that won't stretch or r 6 SKIRTS

was in Evergreen Cemeteryand shrink dries quickly, resists moths.

/ arrangements were in chargeof Misses sizes.
r lIIIJ/ Wilson Funeral Home. 11 CARDIGAN 6 BLOUSES ', <"

Surviving are her husband,

Lacey Norman of Highland; one I 9 SPORTSWEAR m'

&LIk daughter, Mrs. Cleo Sapp of Green 3 98

Cove Springs; one son, Larry 4 9 HATS & BAGS jl.ffi f(
: Highland; her parents, Mr. and "

Mrs. Richard C. Griffis of Lawtey; ,, SLIPOVER
.1 y' F1,1r { one !brother, Roy Gnffis, Lawtey; q..
two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Thomp QV: .'1'V y ?'

EOn, Jacksonville, ,Mrs. Lucille $2 98 hi "CRAIG NOBLE" I CRAIG 'NOBLE'TIES?

children.Mckins, Sanford, and two grand- t c I 1 Ffr Cotton with molecular wash 'n' wear I

YOU'LL. LOVE the pew EalePbrook !: : Luxurious Ban/on/ I memory. ConvertibHandsome-

1 UN 80 AIITHIN6S mtOUftH CrfgttT WHICH fttiUJTHtmTH US.'AUe.+a purse-size fountata pen lo .. y, CARDIGAN SLIPOVER ..pEc-IAJ..LY, I'tUC- : J'p' I le button or French I looking holidayselection! I

pastel shades. Only 1X09 a* Bradford "The Gift Of Glamour" cuff. Reg. $5.98-
Sponsored by members of the Madison! Street Baptist Church 'County Telegraph. L
$6.98 $4.98 / 60 Gauge-15 Denier & e3.98 f 81.50Nylon

FOR RENT-r-UpStalrs 4 room furnished 2 $1.00 t

* Sell It Rent It Trade II Modern apartment.conveniences.Newly: $40 decorated per mo. pre 1 y

.. Call WO 4-6284. 535 West MadisonSt. Reversible Men's and Boys'
1 tp-


HH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED fence posts. 4 miles North on SOL side Orion or
Green &!: tiakken feat Co. ttcbg
. ,- J fleece, the a ,lambs

r = WE' HAVES' new'loan prol'ram-ioJ Extraordinary savings 'on. coats.: you'llwear, ( i other sidetaffeta $4.98 'to $1295

M WORDS 'OR LESS.' 0.. ''Usertl (Mtalr.r Charge: farmers. 'Loans 'ot. 1 to 6 year "KELRAY"Opaque M '
) "M .for'tba .entirar credit' requirements everywhere"with rdelT -All ,the important!
EACH- ADDITIONALWORD; OVER SO,.--,__. '____ 4* fn w..< of the farmer an4 his family. ..' ": ; Nylon Tricot Sizes; 6 to 18 I '
2ft.% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT INSERTIONS SAME AD ., Gainesville Production'' Credit styles I :.of .these ,son.infton, a wei g hf.woots, Sizes 5 to'9"Wortn- a,
IS. ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID n Association,' UO forth Main: I $1.98'S998 + '
ADVANCECLAS Gainesville, Fla.: itch Orion pile fur*and cashmere.. e A
,IFIED DISPLAY. ----'----._ 'li5 Pet. Ueh T First luertUa \ .' \'
] TIME. !-.411 Mtlka:_U'' '..d... I Pair C y
CARDS'OP THANK (I'p T. fid W.r
OVER BO WORDS ----___1__________ 4 Crttt fn W." lamas HERD'S Gre.RADIO.. Owner* TV and

MEMORIALS_AND RESOLUTIONS ,____________ A I'-..... ....' s.-..... tit W. Call- tit.IItarlt.. Fla.Phone r W04M1 $1995 T.o;' $6500 broadcloth in,plaids 1 .

NEW A'. I'SED PIANOS, A ORGANS FOR RENT-Four room house, re- FOR 'SALE-14' In X 11 ft Itea'eulvert SLIPS and stripesSizes ''
AS LOW AS 4100.00 .
I I cently painted. Adjoins school pipe, $1.25 ft. ALSO Build
HEfUPAYMKAT 1\ FEB. grounds, large corner lot, nice bath, ing lots for sale 1. Sjjth Oat : 6-16
I'P TO :-MONTHS TO PAY 100% Nylon Shadow Panel
water, room heater makes whole Subdivision: Low down payment 2 For
DJXlft PIANO. CO. house Brownlee comfortable. Grand and Low monthly payments. BILLTJACKSON Regular $5.98 1 I '.
.. StH. S50 per month. Contact Phase WO4-4M1 e IS2U wlhor .Hd.Pb wool
H owner Mrs. D. E. -Knight, tral Truck Lines. tfchg None Better at Any Price ;; 100% pure'l
n* VUaaUU 2-OB07 hone WO 9-2BX1. $2.98 $3.00
% char-
Gal.f'.'MI". KU. t18 ; = 'NYLON-RICH. AUTOMATIC f in red. oxford
2t 12-18 FOR RENT-Two' cottages at Heil- i ONE; BEDROOM for rent. Phone furnished W.. coal tan, S-M-U..,-$5.98
One"bedroom each. I "
T. Jackson tfGENUINE
Living room kitchen and shower ELECTICBLANKETS
TYPEWRITER AND Reasonable rent. J. T. Quigley 415
:ADDING MACHINE aiablr' St. 1trhg vitatlon with ENGRAVED double envelopes Wedding- 100 in. -' f GEARED TO SUIT YOUR BUSY LIFE ,, MEN'SUNDERWEAR
BARGAINS for J21.9S. Bradford COUT'T Tele- ?
i FQR SALE-9 x 12 all wool ruff. 717 graph. tf The gal t that's there in
Cypress St. Phone WO 4-4853. tfchg t going places gets a

REMINGTON TRAVELIUTERHpOMw CARPENTER FOR RENT-2 nicely fur. apts 3 [fine style in our dashing new-
& sketch.
( rd Like N.w) heaters. Adults. $60 '
per. mo. ea
R- HS.-U -; SflllnK tor 70.08 drawn to your satisfaction. H. Elec. inc. Phone WO 9-1545. tfchg Guaranteed 2 full years IA L. "Lord Dayton" Shorts
Johnson Rt. l, Box.
'la- 1 Utica Undershirts"DeJac"
SMITH-CORONA ELECTRIC 4tp 1-1 COLUMBIA $169.95 Hi Fi Record Machine washable. I e
Player, holds 13 records In wooden a I Tee Shirts
having any informationoncerning GIRL'S SLIZES
HH,':215.0.1 ...,; '10%. DUrouit Delia M. Light (wife of cabinet speakers.with Xmas tour Special legs at and Dahmers extra Plastic sealed water-proof wiring-UL approved. 41 $1.00 ea. value: 89c ea.
II fold s4fore ( ..1'1.' .... Sam Kight) who lived in Starke be- Gift Shoppe for $119.95, only $5.00 ,
ween 1940 and 1944. please contact down. tfchg FULL BED SIZE FULL BED SIZE $S 98 to $7.98
Kk.Corona 6MD .tddla[ Annie Uee Thomas, Gen. Del., Olus- +
MarhliiF (vfflrr druoBklratur) tee. Fla. jtp '12-19 STOUCIItLCERst REGULAR' CONTROL DUAL.C ONTR Ol 2 for$1.50
lire.,0.tl7-.1 MrlllUK f.rN:t4 Burning stomach and Ulcer-like TEEN AND MISSES SIZES '
FOR SALE Typewriter U C. pains disappear with "Famous Botab
BRADFORD COUNTY Smith' standard recently recondiioned Treatment,
or your money back.
TELEGRAPH' : $40. Refrigerator Servel Write The Botab Co. P. O. Box 497, $16.95$19.95 $5.98 to $14.95
gas guaranteed good condition. J65. Tlfton, Ga. stp 12125$
laby bed
drop side for.child up to
7 years, with mattress $18. Highchair FOR RENT
2 bedroom
Nit S.\LE-Lon'ly furnished 2 r \
adjustable!! $5. Items house with car port newly decorated / \ _
bedroom home, on' 10 acres will a may be seen after 5 p.m. 1031 West on Walnut St.
Inquire 733
large 'I'arn. just .off edge of city Madison St. Stchg U-lg X. Thompson St. 1
limn cn paved highway U. Kai- tp
ford Hd. JU.OOU. jubel foyer, 118SuulU FOR SALE-Barely Usrd like new> FOR RENT Adults only, First Men's Better Shirts i
Av .. Waurhula Fla. GIVESamsonite I ,
&tl) Space Heaters, Harwlck cooking class let floor apartment. Two beds,
Phone Prospect 1-61J1. tfchtc stoves inner spring mattresses coil I J private entrance, garage TV aerial,
and box springs mirrors, pillows, convenient location Kg N. Church Finest Combed
FORJtENT-.Doublealeeping' room fine all wool rugs, antique mahog St. Up r1 u 'r 7 Cottons and Flan ___
403V); Inut'St..,Phone .WO 4-1561. any dr. drop leaf table. Sacrifice f i __
: ,lip prices. Phone LE 3-2481, LeClerc, FOR SALE Big bunch of yard nels in soilds, plaids and Ivey ___
Rt. 1. Rox I 361. Kingsley Kake.' Itch g' grown clip Christmas Holly 50c ___

WANTED more suitable-Small for farm gardening with ace on or FOR SALE-Saxophone.; Gold lacquered Christmas each. Sorry cedar none trees can $1 be and dug $1 only.50 ...the luggage that Dut-o aVeJs all!! other Stripes Sizes S-M-L-XL. _

hard surface'road., Medium priced. Buescher tenor complt'tewith cut off. Jiiicy oranges $3 bu. Please
A\rtt6 .price'and details.' Gordon case. Excellent condition $20 0. bring container. Farm 1,000 ft tf t ill'
Walker Sorrento.Fla.. 'Up After i p.m. 1031 West, Madison St. West of hard road. C. W. JenkinsPiitman Samsonite is the ,
2tchgr 12-18 ('0. Johnson Fla. Stp: 12-1 smartest $198y 98
1 -OI LOOKING for carpenter, workor S most practical? mostexciting 3 t Richard (Diok) En- FOR SALE-Pure bred ling hair FOR SALE-Large antique brass gift of all! '- o
gllah.! 317 N. Broadway St. 'It D Chihuahua puppies. Inoculated, bed' 1 antique mahogany bed. 1: Exclusive "1Yave1 Tested" c ;
house broken and trained. small t
Mother gas heater, 1 Universal tabletop
HOL'SE-,PAIXTJXQ-Inside' and out. Father.A.K.C. registered. Sired by electric 30 gal heater and'otb er finish scoffs at scuffs \ \
'nit Estimate.::' .,- phone \\0H. l Brutus. Sacrifice price. Phone LE household furniture. Phone WO deans with damp cloth.
lip :.: &1, ., .t
Kineslev' Ler-lerc.fake Rt." "I, Box 361 9-2991. 2tp 12-1 Available in a wide
LET }tEKEEP'; YOUR CIIlLDRENwhile' tfchg > Y
MAKE THIS CHRISTMAS last a tekctioa of styles andfinishes.
.do Christmas shopping 4:9r
you your
FOR REST lifetime. Give you family World _. .
Can WO'-!244 or' (03 Alton '
look Enclycop dla. Ak D s
Now available 't' aty Mott
Road. Itchr :S bed Pour h.... out e. Read 100 for $!') less than after Jan. 1. M. .a?
Son h boat :3 riles from ..w.. A. Payne Box 603, Ph. WO 4-S794.
FOR SALE -20 acre farm 2% miles Stark. .
from town on 'improved road. Concrete FOR RENT OR SALK Stcng I2-1-9 't,, ,
block house four room and FOR RENT : io ;;
-Nicely furnished two
bath C.A.. Futch. Realtor. !. TwaSuiNS _
Saratoga Heiarhtn. :3 bed room bedroom house. Electric kitchen, .
2lchg 12-11 .. _
11. hardnMd floor, tile hath Bad carpeted floors, summer air con
.. kltrheB. Dona pay meat S3KUM. ditioning, large double burner heater KEEP 'EM WARM A COMPLETE VARIETY '
FREE -Double 'cylinder hook '
for ,cosf. of gag ONLY. Slade Gas Co up FOR REST OR iLE blacks, large from fenced downtown.back yard.Adults Itt l .y > ,, "' KEEP 'EM HAPPY OF STYLES IN ALL SIZES '' ;
.' Hehg.FOR preferred. '"alt-WO 4. OU %g' WITH 'SLIPPERS FOR '
Three 1% batht. ThU I. Waters banner ..; .d,, ; TO FIT EVERYONE Li
RENT-Furnished first floor real ale ttlth lads o' rasa itchg ? THE ENTIRE FAMILY! .. a H*'x,
apartments. Close Jo desirable lo- .. block fra Pout Offlre a.. ; w
cation. All ,=onv.I1'. I1CeL w. H.Nollm .School !. Law..,. $300.00 down t., FOR RENT-I bedroom house.
n, 22S W. Madson SU tfchg ..,. Quiet desirable neighborhood. N. a $ To $98 ,' b

WALL REALTY Cherry SU Phone' WO 92942. Floyd Watches, Rings, Canteens

riioxr. wn 4eeiiStarke. Green. tfchg, I. : flash-lites, cook-
Florida FOR RENT! bedroom unfurnished r, r 1 1 \ 0 kits, knives, hatchets,
SMOKELESS ODORLESS or partly furnished house, large r, uniform
t supplies etc.
ANYTHING WRONG yard. Close in. Call WO 4- 4l or i ( n ,
15,9; Per"'Gal 1 1I0l'! E' AT YOUR I.F. 32541. ttchg 12-11 .-- COWBOYBOOTS
Let l'a Fit It.BriLDIXi k
SACRIFICE-House For Sale 3
bed-room masonry chain link tend e.
PAI\T1\CJ' WIRING AND '11 W. Pinewood Pr. Can Hugh L. ,; Dress leather vamps lined -
4tp 12--5
.Gaaraatred. ;? Long wearing neolrte sole, pegged
Hior North -- Stark Phase Gear Biillork. LK 3-530J FOR SALE-A few 1 to'* foot high 'a ?r: r Qose-Outs shanks 3. mua/
._ ItrhgrFILL L Sizes .8} to 9 !
I choice Red Cedar Christmas tr Pia. R'C a zF! Sizes; 6} to 12 ,
Railed and burlapped.
DIRT AND TRACTOR WORKW. 1 mile Nursery. EO f eS' Our Regular
South of > Wardrobe
-, L.: Thlgpen. Jr. Phone WO 4-1S51 Keystone. Stp s
F O'R1.'. S A L 'E USED 93! Butler Road Starke, Fla. 12-11 $25.00 ,$12.95 to $18.95 9
Buildlnc Supplies. ti...'"er call lOtp. 1122NOW. :
type-wlndowv..*, piiunbiar '
used tlo rootlnr. Uudypreai The ultimate in prestige.. : $00 FOR bedroom RENT-Furnished. new two 0-NiteCos( *
benchea,.-jdfil'for, aD1 outdoor use. ENGRAVED business cards. llt.JS house. Attractively decorated "_""'t' =19.50 $10.00
$1.00 > r-fU"f'to.ll ft, long fBon (price Includes plate). Never before, tile drain modern knotty all$ electric kitchen Free Gift Wrapping
WO4-i mWU'JT...'-Jackson tXr&nrferclo engraving at thia.,low price. duke pine cabinets. A-
Mrs. E. P. Renner 13) Me-
Central 'lJnel
tfchj Bradford
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guests,, Mr. and Mrs :Edward held their Lottie Moon Week of I .................,.....t Melrose Woman St. WJliam's Catholic Chapel Tuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m.

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy Thiele Mr. and Mrs. Frank Egan Prayer Program at the Church I Keystone Heights Confessions before all Masses. I

I Mr, and Mrs Joseph Daurer, Mr. last week. Mrs. Stella Stanley, MELROSEBy Faces Charge Sunday Mass at 8:30: a, m. 1 Baptisms, marnases and Instructions -

Mary K. Schaeffer and Mrs. Jack Haberstroh, and program chairman, was in charge. After Auto AccidentA Holyday Mass at 7:00: a. m. by appointment.
Miss Marcia Haberstroh also enjoyed Presenting the programs during .
Joyce Rothhammer
party honoring Mrs. Viola Gilson the evening. the week were: Mrs. Ted Oglesby,
Afternoon Tea ; Melrose woman was arrested' KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STORE
Bridge Party Given Mrs. J. D. Payton, Mrs. Fred Ellis, ,aaa..asauaasa.a..aa :
On, Monday afternoon. Dec. 6, and Mrs. Edith Worden who are en a charge of driving while intoxicated -
Mrs. William Reynolds entertained visiting in Keystone Heights with By Three Hostesses and Mrs. Roy Chasteen. The Junior Mr. and Mrs. W, L. Lyon of El after her car went out !Men's\ Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes

about 50 friends with a delightful Mrs. Gilson's daughter, Mrs. Ed- Thursday evening. Dec. 4, Mrs. and Intermediate Girls' Auxi- Paso Texas, Mr and Mrs. R. F. cf control on SR 26 near Melrose I
tea. Assisting were her ward Thiele. They are from Walden Jane Donnelly;.Mrs. Mildred Sut- liary were in charge,of the Wed- L4[ on cf Atlanta, Ga. and Mr. and Monday afternoon. The vehiclewas I SPOUTS WEAR A SPECIALTY -

daughter, Miss Jane Reynolds, N. Y., which is only a short toaild Mrs Marilyn Ruffin nesday evening' program. A special Mrs. D. P. Lyon of Ft. Lauderdale termed a total loss. I
Keystone Heights
and her sister Miss Lola Snider; distance from the original home were joint,hostesses at a lovely offering for foreign missionarieswas spent last Sunday with their The driver, Mrs. Flora Padgett I Lucile Foster, Owner

Mrs. J. R. Smith presided at the of the hostess. Guests fcr the bridge party given at- the Wo-' taken during the meetings. mother, Mrs. Willie Lyon. Oxford, 43, suffered lacerations I -

tea table from :3 to 4 p. m.. and afternoon were Mrs. Edward man's Club. Assisting the host- Sunday, Dec. 14, the First Bap- Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Logsdon en the face and abrasions of one ,
Thiele, Mrs. Jack Haberstroh esses were Mrs. Pat, Pawlikowski, tist Church Choir ,will present F.j
I i went to Clearwater, Saturday.Mr. leg, according to Trooper T.
Mrs. J Russell for ,
Young poured and Miss ,"The Holy City", by A, R. Gau.
Alma Frost Nancy Sutton. High
I Mrs. Mrs. Harry I and Mrs. Gabe Pelley and McIntosh She was treated for injuries -
the'second. hour winner'as' tt 5 p. m. This sermon in song will at CHRISTMAS TIMEIt's
Lloyd, and Mrs. Charles Wallenius. prize Mrs. Evelyn baby are guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. in Alachua General Hospital -
REGISTER FOR BLOOD TYPING With the exception of Mrs. Carnes; second prize winner, Mrs. be given under the direction of G> Moore 'and family. .

Wallenius, all guests were from Gina Christoffers; and third, Mrs. Ralph G. Copeland Minister of Johnny Cunningham is visiting McIntosh said the accident occurred -

Mrs. Egan Honors Visitors New York. Mrs. Egan presentedthe Frank Harris, Mrs, Delle Kyle won 'Music at the First Baptist his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. L. as Mrs. Oxford was driving
Last week Mrs. Frank Egan honor guest with novelty bingo. t'Brownie. Church The Choir will consist of Cunningham.Mrs towards Orange Heights at a high

entertained at her home on Lake- aprcns. *Troop ,News 40 voices, with guest soloists. :.C.. W. Sutton's. son from rate of speed and her car was

view Drive with a dessert-canasta BE A BLOOD DONOR! Three more girls joined the new Everyone is welcome. Minnesota is staying with his weaving across the road.
Neighborhood Brownie Troop this'pas( On Dec.: 18, at 7:30: p. m. the mother The
= Party I week. .- woman's car forced another -
s- On Sunday evening Mrs.,Char This brings the total 'number of annual Christmas party of the Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sapp and automobile, driven by Meed C.

tEn I les Wallenius entertained at her members to eleven. Since the First Baptist' Churchill be heldin family and Miss Ellen McElveentook Lewis of Starke into a ditch, the

DRIVE-IN home with a good old-fashioned troop is permitted to have a maximum the church. The party is for Mrs. Sapp's and Miss Mc trooper reported. He said Mrs.

I I neighborhood party honoring twovisitors. of 19 members; any'third or both adults and children. Each EI\'een'tt mother, Mrs. McElveen, Oxford then ran her car into a OIl
of the Sunday School
THEATREPhone I I Mrs. Viola Gilson and fourth grade girl is invited to join. department to Scuth Carolina Thanksgiving stump knocking it out of the the

4113 Mrs..Edith Worden from Walden New( members are Jennifer Davis, will contribute to the program weekend and while there, visited ground, and continued through a ."
Christmas tree, Santa "
N. Y. who are wintering with Elaine Lovorn and Dianne Thomas. and a their grandparents. wire fence into a field. '-,- \.
Keystone Heights Fla. and Christmas movie will .,
Claus, a ,
Mrs. Gilson's daughter and hus- XWith Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ward had "
complete the program. ed coming Wednesday when the ;-'"
band,. Mr. and Mrs. Edward the exception of the new I as company over the weekend, I
FRI., SAT., SUN. Community Church News Tylers' granddaughters, Cheryle
Thiele. While the ladies played members, all the girls have learned Mrs. Ward's brother and family, a
DEC. 12, 13, It I All Circles'or the Community and Shirley Ann Hall of Waldo
cards, their husbands enjoyed the Brownie Promise and Church Women will meet on Mr. and Mrs,Albert, Lee Whiddon. arrived.
A Nice Little Bank Salute. They have all been help- and, Andrew Meadow
: Mr. Mrs.
making music in an improvised Monday, Dec. 15. Circle 1, Mrs. They were joined Friday by
ing their parents at home as a :and
That: Should Be orchestra. Besides the, honor Albrecht's Circle, will meet at the daughters and Mrs. Ward's Mrs. Eddie Peacock and children
always helps others-es- mother, all from Toledo, Ohio are
Edwin Dwyer, at .
home of Mrs.. Mrs. Bob Danills and children,
Robbed pecially those at home. 2:00: p. m. Hostesses will be Mrs. I spending, the, Christmas holidays and Mark Poule, Jr., all of La so much safer and more convenient:
KEYSTONEJEWELER'S Plans for a craft project for,this Mrs. Frank ;with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ward
Jack' Haberstroh and
I Belle and Mrs. Mae Blasco and
Starring Mickey Rooney, Tom week were made. Mrs. Daurer, :and family, to pay by check. Why not slop in and
Kwell Egan. grandson, Dennis Fernandez of
troop leader, will show the girls .Circle 2,Mrs David A. Nelson's Guests of J. J. Hogan, for Tampa.Mr. an account TODAY?
In open
Cinemascope and Scope Watch
Expert Repairing how to
I make Christmas orna- Circle will meet at the home of Thanksgiving dinner, includedhis and Mrs. Manuel Fernandez
Cartoons I Quality Line Jewelry ments out of' ,paper, 'glue, and Mrs. McLaughlin at Lake Geneva. daughters and families Rev. arrived Saturday

:- =- I Walter M.\ Muhlhofer\ imagination. Mrs. Olive Stevens will be co- and Mrs. Ralph Rivers and four Those arriving Sunday included
I .6 Acting:as hostesses was Pamela hostess. children of Miami Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Alice Tyler. George Pringle THE KEYSTONE STATE BANK

Edwards, who, served Girl Scout Circle 3, Mrs. Irene Mickle's Charles Maloy and three children Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Tyler and

LAKE Cookies which were -sent to theBrownies. Circle, will meet at 1:30: at the of.Jacksonville! : Mr. and Mrs. J. children, all of Jacksonville Mrs A Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community
FRONT SPECIALS by the Girl Scout Council home of Mrs. Roy Watkins with P. AUVn', and two children from Betty Pons and children, of Gain-

of Jacksonville." Leslie Beam Mrs. Claudia McMasters as co- Gainesville, his son and family, esville, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Keystone lights! Fla.
White Sand Lake A Good Investment was /Clean-up girl "performing as
hostess. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hogan and
Nobles and children, and a visitor,
efficiently as the little- girl in Circle 4, Mrs. Sara McDonald's three children of Leesburg, a nephew Carol Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. -
LOTS AT $1250 .
"The Brownie. Story, circle, wil! meet at 1:30: ,at the and family Mr. and Mrs. I Alvin Tyler and children, all of ..

These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and IT'S YOUR BLOOD BANK home of Mrs. McDonald Glenn Hogan and two children Melrose.
WHAT WILL YOU DO WITH ITS The Rebeccas will meet at the from> Gainesville, Rev. and Mrs. I

next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958" Older Girl Scouts Enjoy.' home of Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell H. W. Tyler of Melrose, H. W. Glee Woman's Club Club Entertains THIS CHRISTMASwith

( Earning Badge at 8, p. m. This. is! Mrs. James Tyler Jr% of Tallahassee and
Girl's Glee
The Melrose High
Under the direction of Mrs., *
Hetherington's Circle Misses Muriel and Jennie Tyler of
S. E. M KAY.- REALTOR Joseph" Daurer, the lolder Girl The 'Nightengale Circler/' Norman" Park, Ga. Club under the direction of their
: teacher Mrs. Evelyn Zoph, enter-
Scout troop'.is: having :fine time ; :
a the
,', .Sta1 le is
,. The,Misses Tyler,spent Thanksgiving -
I tained the Woman's Club of Mel
earning badges for dancing,.The will meet at 8 at thehome 'weekend
Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-415t-t leader, p. m. with their brother
rose at their regular business and
troop; with 'Mrs
.,,t'Fremont\Tolles tMrs'E: A Rustiton. and family, Rev. and Mrs. Tyler.H .
social luncheon Wednesday,
as the leader. meets 'Monday 0On Tuesday evening/Dec 16, : W. Tyler, ".11': was also guestof i.
.. afternoons in th{ Episcopal'Parish Beard of'St wardS will meet at -his parents. r
.' -Melrose' The selections included "Green
'in .
House Their first'les: '
I .educationaf'.buUding.
7:30 .in the
: Tylers Have Reunion
'. : SOn .was. on rhythms, .and '''now On Friday evening, Dec. 19, A Cathedral", "Waltzes of the Flow-
family reunion held at
STEREO Uieycan do..five'variations-or.the was ers",.and,"Trepak:V the,4atterbe-
:: Youth ,Fellowship -
there ,(. '
.v waltz fthumBastepv 'wlU.)t \ the'home'"of 'W. and Mrs. John
;. several andthe'fox"trot. r
!the.educational building -
G Meeting Tyler !astStfuda :Members start- [Continued on next Page]
All the ,girls in' the at 7. All young people of the I
troop'are from-Melrose, with the that
EQUIPPED Community, are invited to attend. a gift t
exception of Man' grin Schaeffer, r
St. William's Church News 1 c; 9

from Keystone: They are planninga The choir of St. William's Cold, Weather Ahead! keeps giving
dancing'party"for4Dec.. 20 at
Church has : working exceptionally RCA "the 2J-Skidoo Parish Is'Hall Lucky in Melrose.Winner' Capcl program"hard on to their be presented Christmas at BE ,PREPARED CALL.CANDY'S every day of a

A ticket with number 23'was a afternoon,
the Church pn Sunday
lucky winner for Mrs. Frank Egan Dec':'21,at 4 m.The Choir un- FUEL the year! "
last week when she .
attended the der the able direction of Mrs.
..., Annual Bazaar.and Dinner'of-tlie .
Gladyce.Bachmann been
has only
't t Clay County Home DemonstrationClub organized for 'a short time The -
:, r iri,Green Cove'Springs: Her Carols Program will' feature solos OIL SERVICE

'; prize was a beautiful black woolen by Mrs. Estelle Bisbee, and Mrs. ,
[ I stole, int rwoven'with a' silver Pat Pawlikowski.The PHONE 9271 1iI
thread.v men of the parish met with I
CAN YOU, GIVE BLOOD Father Dougherty Monday night :
for the purpose of organizing a Keystone Heights, Fla.
PTA To MeetTuesday Holy Name Society. in Keystone. :

t evening, Dec. 16 the Following the meeting, Rosary f 1
PTA will hold its.regular monthly and, Bendiction of the Blessed

meeting this time in keeping,with Sacrament were held. P'L
the Christmas Season; All'parentsand PersonalsWe 9J

friends are urged to attend. are sorry to hear that Mrs !I Something EVERYONE !Ig ,
start'at 7:30
The meeting : p. H, L. Morgan'Jr.: has been confined

ra. to her home 'with a severe t
Blood Registration cold. -
Mrs.. Helen Egan, Blood Bank Mr. and Mrs. H. A.'Sprow and << '

Chairman for the Keystone daughter, Sara Jo, spent last Friday \ ;
Heights Woman's Club,''has asked evening in the Cape Cana-
: //111 that those who can and will give veral area to view the launching -

blood register with Mrs. Fremont of the Lunar Probe Missile, .N ll < 7

Tolles, or with Dr: Christoffers in Mr, and Mrs..Ray Chance spent ij k7, '
The,Mark XII. Handsome console Stereo. Belote's! Drug,Store.. Persons who the weekend of Dec. 5 in St. ? < i iu I

Orthophonic High Fidelity "Yictrola., '* Plays) allrecord. wish to give blood may also con- Petersburg. when,Mr.,Chance attended t. a. J r k.TA'
.- stereo and hi-fi. 3-speaVer Panoramic tact the pastors,of their,Church- the State! Civil Defense #.., :4t:', i. Y .I r
Sound. "living Stereo" pickup. New 2-in-l "Su- I es' f Meeting. Mr, Chance is Clay f: t r '_ 'tit. ...,. '
Attention, Chamber Of Commerce 1'
percharged 'Chassis. Dual bass; treble and County Director of Civil Defense ,, -rV.
loudness controls. Choice of 4 popular wood Paul Harvey, a resident of While her husband attended the i r :
finishes.Model SHP12..'' *N White Feather 'Court,' has some lIeetings.Mrs.. Chance shopped rv- j i'.

fine color prints, which he snap: arid visited with friends. t Sc1i
ped of points ,of interest around Milton: Starnes, Aggie Watson. C'
RCA Stereo HI FI 154.95 Keystone. They ,should make at- Bruce' Prevatt, and Gary Chance

Plus 24 45-Speed Records there have cards made' have all returned to Emory at Ox- $
delighted' show ,them to anyone ford after a delightful Thanksgiving -

approximate value 25.00REDFEARN'S who cares'.to see them. True, holiday at home. They will SAVE 100

there have ben" post cards madeof be;;home for the Christmas bollda'.on ., .

TOTAL VALUE Keystone Heights" but not'sincethe : Dec.' 1!. .. .1
179.95 bank and the fire house\ ,
new < Rev. and'Mrs.- J. Russell'Young .
have been erected. .He has photos spent ,Thanksgiving in Jackson- Most Complete Line of Gifts and Toysin
j of both. ville 'with Mrs. Young's mother this On This Wonderful HOTPOINT
These Turkeys Are Long Gone. Mrs. W ,W: Leffingwell... li-t
14495TV Parents of '"children,riding''the Capt: Robert C. Jackson has DeLuxe Convertible DISHWASHER '

pre-holiday special bus to Bradford High .School just returned from a National J

from Keystone Heights, conducteds Guard Army Division Conference COME IN AND REGISTER FOR GENA'S
raffle to raise funds to, Regular 379.95
> turkey at Nashville, Tenn.
repair the bus., ,just 'before Miss Edith Young, an instructorat \\ FREE DRAWING

SERVICEDOn Thanksgiving., the University of Miami spent Special for Christmas 279.95
Keystoners who went home with the past weekend with her par- only .

turkeys were: Mrs. Charles,Foster',eats; Rev. and Mrs. J, Russell i Wonder Hobby Horse $$25 val 1

Frank Walrath. Sr...,,Frank Wai- Young.
AIIl\lakes- Models. All Work Fully Guaranteed.Free rath Jr.. Mrs. A. A. BaD fOrd,, We glad to report that Mrs. To Be Given -
Away Sat. Dec. 20 4:00 P.M.
Can Be Installed Permanently In That, New Home
Estimates..: Best. Equipment. Prompt Service.,: Ralph Bryan, Mr. Zike, and Lion- Fdith Thomquist is home from ,
ell Brault. Walter' King, Mrs,, Bradford County Hospital and is Nothing to Buy Just Register! You Are Planning
MAJOR REPAIRS FINANCEDREDFEARN' Lester Humphries Alvin Fair,,, : -
making a fine recovery under the
and John Dampier all 'of Starke,,I expert supervision of her sister, ,. Vie Meet All Advertised Prices :

also got turkeys. Miss Ruth Ohlson a nurse.
Other winners were Pat Johns,, Small Deposit Will Hold Any Item.
Miss Kim Ann Larsen small
of Lake Butler and N. W. Mac: :
Arthur and Mr. Kruska, of Jacksonville '
Larsen. was baptized on Sundayat I OUR STOREGENA'S REDFEARN'SW'
St. Edward's Church in Stark e
:: with Rev. Father, Cornelius: g
.. Dougherty officiating. Sponsorswere ,

BANK.CHURCH,NEWS, hire Gladyce Bachmann and, g Phone 4375 Service Is AssuredPhone
Phone 9391*, Keystone Heights, Fla. Herbert A. Nelson Kim Ann's Keystone Heights .
I First Baptist Chwrrh"

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the high! 'school auditorium. I ,
sip, Sandra Ridaught and Judy YYTTTYYYYYYTTTTYTTTTTYTT
r MELROSE A program will be presented by I Harp; jokes, Delores Pridgeon; green grazing. ures before he plants Slash pines. I D. W. Carpenter requested a I

the school students Everyone is'I clubs, Dale Fallin: sports, Bobby KEYSTONE Edwards is using the chopperto He put all his cleared land in the .conservation survey to .'!his place,

.. .A.AAa........... ...... urged to attend. Redfearn; typist, Linda SueSirifkl HIGHLIGHTSContinued prepare his cropland and past- Soil Bank: program. located 'south of Starke.:

[Continued from Page One] I School News nfi. Carol Allison, ,andJblinny i .. ... '. '
: i I The FHA held its monutiy'mee Weaver; reporter, Nancy .il..... ..l'...1 ..f ." ...t.

Ting from "The Nutcracker Suite" ing Thursday night. At the I.Tjre. [ E SOl..* .151a1eThi
Page One], .
.which is to be the play to be per- meeting, the girls made things to The Junior play, "No Boys Allotted" OME .
:farmed by, the Glee Club in their be sold at their Christmas Sale.! .:: presented. Saturday night father was just .discharged from V Soil ConservationN.E OS1 W :, '

Annual Christmas program to be The seciors have another pro- was a success. The play under the I the arrav4 and the family came W S .E M i r

:presented later. ject underway, that of selling direction of Mrs.. Andrews<; and 1 here from Colorado. )..:They: arecurrently -

S The hostesses served luncheon candy for 50 cents a bar. So if Mrs. Zcph, involved some girls at at the home of the By Bill Haas .
. :The clubhouse waS beautifully' you' are asked to buy, go ahead,, a slumber party, some boys, anda g grandparents, at Lake Geneva. Soil Conservation '>.
.decorated with poi settaS and it's really good and they need the midnight prowler. It was a Billy Rose Weds Service \ I I ll/

:pryacantha. money for their Senior trip. comedy,t and_ kept the audience Airs. Ruth Gooda'le The Board of Supervisors for

.Melrose PTA Date Changed The Sophomore's first issue of laughing. Those in the cast included Billy Rose and Mrs.'Ruth Good- the Bradford Soil Conservation :; -.,

The date for the next meetingof the school paper came out last Gene Stanton, Gloria Mor- ale, 'both of Keystone Heights, District held their regular monthly -

the Melrose PTA has been week. The editor is Carol Hansen: ris, Patsy Hinnant;:Betty Bassett, were married at 1 p. m. on Fri meeting at Lloyd Green's home. -f ,;.: f'r

I changed from Dec. 15 .to Dec. 18. editor-in-chief, Judy Bussen; R. L. Johnson, Danny Ford, Pat day, Dee 5, by County Judge T. Those attending were Faster Shi .::- ::,. i.

.The meeting will be at 8 p. m. in grade news, Barbara Turner; GosPAUL'S. Preston, Susan Bass. Kathy Sip- A. Yawn in Starke. Smith Chairman, Sam McGar- .,. "J "

prell. Beth Pierce, George Hanks, Mr. Rose was well konwn in the .V 7? wife Alice and Lloyd Green .

Emory Cross, Mark Gaboardi, and entertainment field before his retirement members. Bill Haas and Leon Carter This Christmas faror your friends and ,'<-.-.. .

; SUNDRIES1 Margaret Royster. The students several years ago. and ,Conservation Service. lored ones with the luxury of gifts electrical 4

% turned in'a fine performance.The row is operating the Tropical and The Bradford Soil Conservation .
gifts that keep on giving, after '
year z .:
uniformsfor :
MeetR new basketball Gold Fish Hatcheries at his home District Narrative showed'that: .", .
1 Melrose tVhere Friends : the boys and warm up suitsfor 'south'of Keystone en Road 21. A soil conservation farm plan was year after year. :'.. ,

the girls were proudly worn This',week he is in New: ,York in prepared for John C. Tye 88 ''f-,1

: FOUNTAIN,- RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINES at the teams' basketball game connection with merchandising anew acres., A revised plan was made (

.. with Hawthorne. As a means of fish food that he is putting for George Kopelousos, 73 acres ", ..
i paying for the uniforms and |on the marked: George lids changed to a complete '-r

warmups the' girls are selling Mel woodland plan by planting all the
: Canaries Love' Birds and Over 80 Other ,,'
rose Bulldog license tags. COMMUNITY CHURCH OFf land to Slash pines. ,

As a reward for winning both o KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Technical assistance was received Psi '
Kinds of Birds at it's first basketball games, ,Melrose Dr, James D. Pait. Organist, from Howard Bissland, Biologist GIVE .
has been honored with an|(Choir Director. for the Soil Conservation Service in'oll .' ''"' ,

,GRANT ROTHHAMMER Melrose electric Scoreboard for the gym. Services: Church School 9:45: ,, ,checking fish ponds and ,/ .. '
Fla. Hawthorne Nips Melrose 48-22 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. wildlife plantings.Bill BEilEg i.
Hawthorne hornets found Haas attended a .meeting r Y r I, 4C1fClitintl3" .
f2S2S2S25 SZS2S2SZ5SSHSHS252525ZS2S2S2SaS it easy. going as'they took a'13-0 ST .A N'S KEYSTONE EPISCOPAL '.with Don Champion [Farm ForesteH Itf' .
lead in the first ,quarter and on. pine seedlings care and N ,
KEROSENE FUEL OIL M. H. Brejfogle, Minister :. r
: coaSted to' a 48-22' victory over planting at Ocala. The meeting giving 1. "} r
Morning Prayer and Sermon, was sponsored by the Florida Forest ..
Melrose in their first game last .. -
9:30: a. m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. ., .
Servite Offered Service.
New By Tuesday at Hawthorne: However,. MmI ,t
and the "B" Holy Communion each first sun-, The District: equipment has t $ ,
both the Melrose girls
: day. Parish Supper .each third slowed down some. Those using ..
ODOM'S HARDWARE & SUPPLY team boys handed them a set- '"
Wednesday, 6:30: ,p. m.KEYSTONE .the. equipment were: George Anderson -
MELROSrT, FLA. FIRST BAPTIST ;? J.. R.' Wainwright Ethan
Leading the Hornets in scoring: CHURCH '
IIEICllTS, VIA s pp, W.,C.,Conner.Edgar Faulkner / '- .'f'jf
GR 5-5313 Tim' Love"who racked'up 16 -
GR 5-5421 PHONES was ;\
P joints i ,' followed'tiy' Hutchins with J,.,R... Smith, pastor.- Ralph,] arid' Maurice Edwards Jr.Anderson T> ....
Please. Call.Us. Day or Night For Prompt, Courteous 13, Johnny Prevatt' led the Bulllogs'with' Copeland,' Minister of Music and! who the New .
'J 10: church organist.Services .|River section. used the District .t:
Servicer .d fertilizer to fertilize his
.se.hoof" 9:45
: : Sunday :
Eileen Strickland scored | ..
jt winter pasture. He is using wheatfor ,
: a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a! m...
whooping! 30 points to pace the hiswinter pasture. :..,-
Training Union &f45: p. m, Evenlng' ,
girls to a, 49-30, victory over I
services 7:30: p. ml: T Wainwright. used the District GIFT :
WELL DRilliNG Pwnps Service !Hawthorne. Pete Bauknight lethe a 'I. F .. I grain drill ,,to, plant his winter
141 tallies. R
losers with : pasture He planted Florida Black
YTTVTYYYYTTYTYYYTYfTTYTJSIDE Visit your FP&L office or.electric appliance dealer for .
'i The Melrose "B" team made it Rye for green grazing. this free color booklet! h's chock-fulL of.electrical
: TERMS ?. pair oi victories" as they' downed NORtH Conner is using, the District gift ideas for your whole family. gifts exciting V
the Baby. Hornets to the tune of roto-mower on his pasture and VV
/ and economical. gifts practical and popular + .
Service Free Estimates 10-16.. Ed' McClellan was respo '" cropland.
Prompt By Mrs. Can BrownAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ ...,. wonderful "plug-in" gifts that say "I
snobs for. 14 points for Melrose, Sapp is using the District
love you"365 days a '
with Devayne Brown leading the spreader to top-dress his winter I year.

i RALPH E. MATHEWS : .losers with 6. pastures-with. ammoniate nitrate. This Christmas. give better j V V
Bronsons Beats Melrose, 89-27 Hi, friends and'neighbors, lam He used oats and wheat for his electrically!
sure'everyOne enjgygd. Services
The Bronson Eagles coasted to ;
P. 0. Box 528 Melrose Fla.
Melrose Sunday with a wonderful message WANTED -. Clean Cotton Rags,
59-27 victory over varsity :
: PHONE" GR 5.5101 Bulldogs, but came:up.against, : brought Carter; by OUt pastor Rev. H.: R. No Pants No Shirts, Host Be FLORIDA POWER &

some hard opposition as they .? oW
tried to do the same to the girls We sincerely thank Bayless Clean. Bradford County Tele- liGHT I COMPANY
Highway 'Church for theuse of ,
in a game at Bronson last Friday
KEYSTONE, GAS COMPANY ought their,,baptistry:.Sunday afternoon, li-aph. Helping Build Florida s

where we had three candidates N" ,t .' .. -
Bronson's Lott racked
Gary up
DEPENDABLE ,24-HblJR' for -
: SERVICE baptism. "
22 tallies followed by Mac McKoy -
with 16, Franklin Williams with A teachers and officers meeting

Day Phone' V ('nItAS Nile ''PhAne .12, and Lee Cook with 10.Melrose's was held Friday night at the .
4351 OAr r church. SENSATIONAL Christmas rNlrArfe
2582 Larry Cooper tied Lott OFFER )
Mr. and MrS, A.. R, Sapp and ,
by scoring 22 the 27 points or ,
.gf! / : h. :.n
-Iv0 ,
Ison,.Lynn spent Sunday with heV ";J Ar_ : '.H'i.' ni in i i IWWiimii i ,
CO ItI1 HEATING WATER I his team. He was responsible for 1 '
eight of the team's nine field goalsfcnd 'mother Mrs Harry Taylor of -- V aerrrV :
'Middleburg.Miss .
six of its nine foul shots. ,
Most\ Complete Line of House Heating Equipment in North r
Dora Clark is still in Lake d

Florida. If'You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First TRINITY EPISCOPAL City with her niece? Miss ,Eva
C1IUREHMELROSE1o Clark and 'unable to return home.She "- .cbi1 1

..II.''Breyt gle.. Minister requests our. prayers., w."" :Give: your r ,:

Sunday"School_ 8:45: a. m ,Mrs, A. W.t; Brown spent severa) )j t' '

4'x8'x3-4" Sheetrock 1:15.: Episcopal Young People. days in Bradfor .County: Hospital gift. T-P > HsasajMj ; t
BUIUiINB M priceless itp
Morning Prayer and Sermon, lastVeek. She. ,returned .homp
1.55 Sheet
Sunday and we. pray'that she .
y:30: P. m. Holy Communion each "
SUPPLIES Lumber Hardware Paint irst Sunday .continues to improve grades
Cement Concrete Blocks ? ptir. Sunday School'rooms argsujely of
: : Y a
Precast U Lintels looking good."We 'are looking Q
FLORAH6ME forward to completioa the
All LengthsLighting"Fixtures schoolSILENT
first of the year. Z # K ..{,
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AND dRANDIN Mrs. E, C. Clark was Sunday 9 y. .M
ROY W. TYRE '- By DaneAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA dinner guest of Mr, and Mrs. Carl M

1 BROOKLYN' SUPPLY,f HOUSEPhone it Thomas/ Mr and: Mrs. H. 'R. Carter and { /v

I Mrs. Marshall Strickland and daughter, Jean Mr; and Mrs. G. ., .
27111: Keystone Heights," Fla. I Daughter; Ilene; visited Mrs; L. Sapp'and grandson: Lynn,"and ,

VV_ Strickland's brother-in-law and Mrs. Maude Wainwright visited tip :
I sister, Mr. and Mrs. John McLeod >Mrs. Susan 1 E. Sapp of ,Gainesville t EJW9fes 5'' \ij-fA.fS rI
ALL TYPES, 'OF 'INSURANCE i grad family in St Augustine last Monday.' ;:, .
I Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Luther Green and

: We write'FireWind Storm, all lines of Casualty! In- '1.1 Mrs. James A. Revels is homerom Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bennett pf

: surance, 'and Bonds. the Glendale' Hospital in.latka. Lawtey were .Sunday, dinner
we hope that' she will guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. TSapp.Mrs'Lucille 1 fM

: SPESIAL RATES,TO 'DRI1'ERSABLE: ,TO QUALIFY :ontinue to Improve.Mi' .' 1 I I I

:AS NONDRINKERSWALRATH I..[ and Mrs.. Chester." Weaver. Rowe, .MissFrances : ?

: nd 'children of' Flor hOme. at-' Martin,, ,Tommy,' Tyre Bbl

INSORAMCE'AGENC1"AS ended services'at Pa'ran{Baptist GrinanV, Wilson,'Tyre, and 'Elaine

Church in Grandin last Sunday Kqowles, of'Melrose, "were Sundaydinner. "" {,.,,\1:
guests'of'the f$ .'Va A Great Buy at lust t
: AVAILABLE AS YOUR, PHONE" vening. family; A. W. BrownPai' V .. 1l01t>, (\1:. \ ,
Donald 'Welch
Alfred & .
Phone 2731 Keystone Heights,, Fla. nd Dennis Coggtns of Lake Butler Mrs; 'Dicie Peters 'is spending .. V Vf,:V .::,;..,;rt-( \1 ."iJ

visited friendshere' :late-Sun sometime with .Mrs,. '. BTJohns.Sorry' V V ."..- '0. $1'34:50 I V

day afternoon. They\ also, attended to:hear that,.Mrs. Orene t Ta11 .
: services at Pavan .Church in Cowart'. is ill, Hope. she: will ,be \ \\ I : $23.95 Touch-Typing: :
able to be'back at'church next t\ '
Grandin that evening. '" .
LOCAL MANAGER t Recording1 Album Fr k
FOR"World's' Sunday. ,,-
StrickIand1'andaughter ,
Mrs. Marshall ,ff ,--.y:.- t '
Ilene, attended C the If any of you. have. news and t .,. .. ond gat the 923,95 Gift ,
Senior Supper and the Junior: don't see me' please leave it with ; "." n'' FREE, tool-you'M lore the:SIlENT '''!;
: >" r' ., .
e Jim W lter Corp. Play{ "No Boys Allowed" atHigh' the Mrs,'Wade Gaskins'. or' .call WO Y "t M 1 \\ 1\. SUPER with its big machine i.o> .' ,:,

1 School in MeIloSe'Satul'dayvening. ]g.i145. ,1 'rpV. 4'1'v 1' I'-\n. << ? .keyset... 88"tabulator diaroeter'!bond Oa9r, *: ::

Church' ,-announcements,'for, the 1tU. ;.V" 1'X'\ l\\\&, for bottom margins,. choice,of.5. '.''%...
Miss Linda Sue Strickland of week are; Sunday: School, 10 a', SMITH CORONAIDDAY I ;:r .r!;:;:,r8 ; J- "' \) f. i' ". colori.. AN AMAZING......., .' ,-f

f : Largest Home Builders" Florahome, has been ill but Is m.; Morning Worship U a, m.; -< .t 7 II ,\ W'\C' ; 'r..t.ft'. .!. :l' f .:, .r;

much better'now. Evening Worship, 7:30 P,'. m,; I I ,} r"i, / '" t M',, v o. \ J ,; ,' ... :) :f !
Mrs. Robert Betancourt Mid-week prayer meeting ,Wed, TOUCH I TYPING l;; :f. I.1 f 10 : The Whole faD 1i Caq
WILL-BE IN i STARKE Qrandin and her friend Mrs.! 7:30 pmBrotherti0od, Thurs ,. l ,. <:(

john.Perry of, Melrose called, on day:30'pmRev. H.: R. Carterpastor :" t\UlS ;: .. LISTEN aDd RIITOICkT
.. :
Johnnie" ,
EACH Mrs Alma Clark here last Sunday, CowarCS3j -. '
THURSDAY evening. SU1>t.,and. DLrs.Shirley.'Gas: dns, '- "'- ,wild this ,Educator Approved .Coarse!,',' ,;' ">:i};J.
i' pianist We, welcome 'each rand : "
A1r. Mrs. Hilda Weaver was 'a bust] Soy goodby*'lo "pdc jaIICI hvnl" U. bogr '
b .everyone. =: :== typing? Ihaa M of.M;toryni'
ness visitor in Jacksonville M I put.10 days end YOU can b. a touch typHrt! k ..CIII t bttfw M 4Y
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STARKE Friday returning home' to Flora- May, etak'?this time to fisiJ} for stud 11III .V. a o eycluiig dul for GAd aos.o. tearoi_ -',:*
HARDWARECOizi304P.M ; home that evening: each'one a very merry Christmas, i type tfk* Mfrad way ibis atf way". ..Iwtlk rtcoriutyi '.: '. it:'.'.

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: .Fred. Cook. Florahome Post- and may we'remeI 1be the true of 'A ...

.: ; TO 6:00'P.M.-;' masterbad a.heart ajtack.Sun meaning of Christmas; ,. the ,day ;. '.:'.:;t....

/ V .. day and is in the Glendale Hospital on which our Lord and Savior TAkE'Uir 2
1 r' at Palatka. Jesus Christ was born. ; YEARS, TO, PAY b

.. :'Mrs. George Hill of Keystone _
.. For Appointments Call $i11- CARD OF THANKS .
arrived in Florahome last. V

Monday for a visit with )her ,srsWords cannot. express the deep :. ____

JACKSONVILLE w EV 7-1141 ''Collector ter-m-law, Mrs. Clifford G. Mil gratitude we feel for the many .: BRADFORD COUMTELEBRftPH _
l ler.
,expressions of' sympathy during .
STORKS WO '4-5311 { T. Sgt.: and Mrs. H. H. Mernn our!, recent bereavement. We Wish '
and children of Grandin left for V V w-iMoreca ftjriteptwvw
to extend. our special-appreciation :
,. : ""'
arris Island; S. C: last Saturday .iP '!oou dt i 1. Bectrc rN w te$ 1 BM
"> to; Dr. T. G. Rich:'for'his many sw k rboa'L S urdy,dt 74.50' .Oil tJbrttes.iwt rli.
Mfs A, Quality, Home .. afternoon\ hiitt. CowpltWy>ort W 197:50: ;
T I. : Mrs Alice! Faye Atkinson of" kindnesses,to HE Mrs. Annie .M.afi ;4. "'" .;. PhB Tax Vtntt'AGE ;
: Morris, Mrs. Selma:: Branson,:Mrs. ., .
Jacksonville spent the end ofweek last ., .
I ,': '. .
e /t'atAt..Jim. Walter Home" with her. cousins Mr.. andJ 'Y lla. Alae-MclEtyrev, .ElDerta. !:, ., ,_ Free Album Inducted. .:

Mrs. Ronald Tanner in G ran d Thornton. :' 'ilH- A, -, ". .." .- ', _P, _".. ..." ._ ._ ,_. . .. .... 'l'; "Cc'
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; ISRADFORD ('OUXTl' TELEtARAPU, Pt II'. FWRIDA -.Ae' *1.VVnny11my1Yn1TTV1 .
3UQ n&'u

1f' income to $3769.86 leaving a the old P. O. bldg contract sale. at the church pastorium with Heilbrcnn Sunday.

balance on Sept. 30. 1958 of In disbursements salaries of cake and coffee served by Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Saxon,
HAMPTONBy $1472.97.Of $483 took the largest amount McElroy. Afterwards they left for Holland Payne, and Maurice Kirk I
the recipts, the income from with street maintenance $461.01 Tifton. Ga.. where they will make visited Mrs. Inez Alford in JackSonville WEEKEND
D D I ,
Hn. D. E. IUUJAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA the cigarette tax. came to $1,255- and street lighting $402.32. Construction their come. Sunday.Mr. M C
.56 this more than onethirdthe
AAAAA/ year maintenance and operation Brenda Lott Honored and Mrs. T. R. Jones and
total income. Franchise per- of buildings came to $289.34. At Birthday Party son of Orange Lake, and I. P.
City Council Hears centage from the Florida Power I Sanitation cost the city $232.94 Miss Branda Lott, daughter of Shepherd visited their niece Mrs. nvuuIIw SPECIALS
Financial Statement and Light Co. returned $577.13 to and commission, $112.31. Office Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Lott celebrated -: Gordon Weest at the home of
City of Hampton's financial city [$175 more than the city paid supplies were $50.77 insurance for r her fourteenth birthday. Mrs. T. F, Brown last week.
statment for the fiscal year end- out for lighting purposes!, and the city hall $25.20. dues to the Friday evening Dec.5.. 'with a Mr. and Mrs. K. ,B. Wattersonwere
ing Sept. 30, 1958 was presentedto the 1956 road and bridge tax Florid' League of Municipalities party at the home of her brother Gainesville visitors Wednes- OPEN FRI. & SAT. NIGHTS UNTIL 8:00 P.M.
Hampton's city council at their brought in $459.17. City tax receipts 125. and donations $5.15. Repairsto and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

regular meeting on Tuesday even- were $214.71; rents were the city mower cost $40.60 and P. H. Lott, Jr.Approximately. day.Miss Paggy Driggers of Gaines-
ing. Dec. '2. showing $2950.32 re- $180; collected from outside par- $73.25 for labor to have mowing ville '
25 were presentfor spent last week visiting here
cepits for the year and $2296.89in ties for mowing was $72.35; $70 done. Labor for a new street was the evening games and,re- with Mrs. .Louise Manier.. Mrs.
disbursements. was taken in in fines and forfeit- $;30, fees paid out were $64.50 freshments. Manier's brother, William Herrinof ? .SCt

Balance of $819.54 from the ures; $54.65 for rental of mower; and $1.50 for recharging the fire \VMU Has Study Course New York, is also visiting here XD

previous year brought the total $41.75 in licenses and $25 from paid extinguisher out 229689.-totalled .the amount Hampton Baptist WMU met at with her.Guests.

nl the church Thursday evening last included at a birthday
comparing the year's financial
week, Dec. 4, to complete a studyof supper for Gene ,Birt Saturday
statement to the year before tl ;
the book. "Into a New World." evening at Adkins restaurant near
the income was about $108 less ft
with $2950.32 this Mrs. Don Hill presented the Waldo were his wife and son Ronald a
year comparedto
$3058.21 for the previous year. program on mission work in four Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lester Mrs. $
---- George Saxon all of __ f
Spending for the year, ending countries of Southeast Asia. Eight Hampton and r a
. Sept. 20, 1957 was $3199.06. com- members were present for the Mr. and Mrs..Albert Birt and
I pared \o $2296.89 this last year meeting. family of St. Petersburg.Mrs. dressesSizes
a difference of about $902. YWA Foreign Missions R. O. Simmons Mrs.

( + f I Itl Other business at the meetinglast Program At Meeting Frank Brown and Mrs. T. F. r
week included approval of Fifteen members of Hampton were Gainesville visitors
three additional street lights to Baptist YWA met for their Lottie Monday of this week. /
be located in the southeast section Moon program on foreign missions Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hill and t
I of town. at the church Tuesday daughters spent Saturday in /
The civil defense director for evening last week Dec. 2. Gainesville and watched the +

this area is to come to Hamptonin Refreshments were served by Christmas parade on Saturday
the near future to discuss local Misses Nell Williams and Amelia I morning. They were supper guests
plans for civil defense preparedness. Williams. I cf Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Christie that 7-52 4 4r

JIt1II Civil defense units are to be Personals evening

organized on a community basis, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris and Arriving Monday for a visit Values I
and also to stress individual fam- son have moved from the Hat with Mr.and Mrs. C. C. Cannon to 14.95 }

ily preparedness. By organizing,, house in the southeast part of was Mr. Canon's brother-in-law
III Hampton will be eligible for sur- town to Bell and Mr. and Mrs Mr. Rickman of Memphis Tenn.
iii plus materials from the govern- Richard Keys and family moved Mr. and Mrs. W. A. English and
: ment. into the house last week. The children of Cross City were week- Ladies'
All city officers and councilmenwere Keys family had been living a t end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Acrilan
present for the meeting. Hampton Lake. McElroy in Hampton. Sunday
Mrs Gilmartin Wed Mrs. Mary Piechowski moved evening guests at the McElroyswere TOPPERS Ladies'f

At Monday CeremonyMrs. Friday from her home,on DivisionSt. Rev. and Mrs. T. H. Watersof

Ethel Gilmartin of Hamp- .. to a house she recently purchased i. Worthington Springs.
RCA Victor Cooper. Console ton and the Rev. Thomas Branchof just off Highway 301 north LONG
Ymm.mnntrtrenr I
Tifton, Ga. were married Mon of Starke. '
TV thot
swivels at a touch! 1 0.99
day evening. Dec. 8, at 6:30: Mr. and
lean and Clean"styling!New p. m Mrs. John Kemper and LONG BRIDGE
at Hampton Baptist Church. children returned home from
viewable MirrorSharppicture262 area. New "One-Touch"sq. on-in. Rev. W. P. Elroy performed the Tenessee Sunday. Mrs. Kempe: AND NEW RIVER k.i..' COATS

off ceremony in the presence o f: and children had been visiting .
control Mahogany grained or limed Mrs. R.
friends and neighbors. Also relatives there
ook --- pre for the last two r
grained finishes. sent were co-workers of Mrs. Gil- months, and Mr. Kemper drove up &&&& & 1
martin from Sunland' Training last weekend to bring them home,
Center Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth an Mrs. Dorothy Anderson has a ,19.92
TVS dwhite
: START AT 149-95" duck ,
Following the wedding the cou Mrs. Ina Knight and son visited setting on 31 eggs.
ple were honored at a reception t Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clemons at J Good luck on her quacks.
I II I Mrs. E, A. Sapp went Christmas
shopping in Gainesville Sat

I. COMPLETE TREE SERVICE # urday and said she "made it Wide Selection 1
back, through all the pushing and Colors i

shoving." tLL and Styles .
TV ServiceAH Pruning Cavity Work Friends of Floyd Wiggins will

regret to hear that he had surgeryin Lt: : Values to 29.95
-1 Bracing Tree Removal Jacksonville 'recently. We all '
hope he is well again soon. Values
to 12.95
De-Mossing: TransplantingFree Donnie Crews was overnight .. Get Ready Now.:,For

Work Guaranteed Free Estimates Inspection. and EstimatesSAPP'S hunting guest of Dickey Dixon. Washable. Size Assorted 10-18 Colors Cold Ahead! '
Both _
hunters were disappointed,
f Fully Equipped. Dependable all they killed was time.

All Makes and 'Models : Mrs.. Nan Merritt and Mrs.
-- TREE SURGEONSPETE Harold Shiver were regular gad
Slip Over
abouts this week.. Saturday they: ,

I SHEPHERD'S. RADIO & TV SAPP, Owner mas were shoppers two of the In thousand Jacksonville.Christ SWEATERS 3.99

A. Sunday they) visited Mr. and Mrs.
*' I P. 0. Box 774 Phone EA 54887'PaJatka, Fla.
I'NMAN Junior Hursey of Starke. ,
D. GREEN, owner
AGENTS Mrs. M. L. Johns won a : ,{ Orion Assorted Colors J( : =
TV -: Radio _.- Seat Covers Upholstering Phone FR ,6-2661 Phone MA\ 9.3617 Thanksgiving turkey on a ticket -
r bought from Chester Moody of Values to 4.98
Phone WO 4-6901 Starke Fla. Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla. -- -
Keystone. The proceeds of the ny t .
Phone 1651 Lake City/Fla. raffle were for a fund to repair

the school bus which carries the > r Men Sleeveless i. =_ = ; -. ;
Keystone high school students to .

.TOP 7V-Thc ttnob: Shore Chevy Show-Sundoy-NBC and the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom-wcel'y' o- ABC TV.t Charles Hopper was Saturday- .SYEATERS--2.99(

night guest of Mr. and Mrs. A.
? ,
: ir L. Turner of Ocala.
"t'- Things come things go. Mr. Assorted Colors Values to 3.98
end Mrs. Joe Moody lost a young
,.' ':' POI/?' cow and calf but within a few
"i-. .
L -, : "
; hours their older cow brought a
r- ..', ",: ____ nice bull calf.
M...-..,.., ..,'-.- Felton Moody and Jaye Moody
.' '",. .. caught 40 fish Saturday. so we
: E. A. Sapp bought a beautiful
.' Black Angus bull last Monday.
i". Long Bridge'Christian Churchis
.li-h.!., making
o; ;'< progress on their
Christmas program. They would
like anyone interested to come to

i1:: ,-_.'.\. practice with them Sunday at 6 Boys' Dress CORDUROY Men's StretchPANTS
.I" p. m. and Wednesday at 7 p. m.

Like all '59 fhevles, this Impala Sport Coupe is itev right down to the tougher Tyrex cord tires it rolls on. I would like at this time to say SOCKSMen's
to you. the readers that I anew m SHIRTS
at writing this column and
would appreciate all the news and
events of our section that would >
make someone maybe smile. My 2.99
phone '''number is HY 6-4171 and 1

my mailing address is Rt. 2, Box = _= = -: Value 3.98
158, Lake Butler, Fla. It

... .. __ ', / Assorted Colors
a ... V V n. '-"n...
M Size: S XL
:. RISINGB +ri4

Sfn. Gordon Jones ,
Corduroy Shirts
t Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Manni and

Walk around thicar that's all-round new a i i then be our guest for a pleasure tett- family of Starke visited the E. C. Boys' 1.99 .
Lewis and the Gordon Jones families !
Sunday evening. 39C
DRIVE A'59 CHEVY TODAY !IOne Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newmansand And Up
son of Gainesville visited Mr.
} and Mrs. Lois Newman Sunday.Mr. Values I to 5.95 Value 55c

look at this '59 Chevy tells you to 4.2 inches more room in front, 10 per cent more miles per gallon. and Mrs. Thurman Jones Assorted Colors
here's a'car with a whole new slant 3.3 inches in back), feel the loungeAnd, of course, you find Safetyon and sons, Eugene and Julius 6-16 Size 8 12 NICE FOR GIFTS
drivi g..You see the transformation like comfort of Chevy's new inteP Glass all around in every Starke were dinner guests of Mrof -
in its. low-set headlights, the rior, experience the hashed tran- Chevrolet. Stop by your dealer's and Mrs. Eddie Norman. Sunday.Mr. ,
overhead ,curve of its windshield, quillity of its ride (choice of and pleasure test the car that's and Mrs. Gordon Jones
.' "the1 ab eD"of its Magic-Mirror finish improved Full Coil or gentler.thanshaped to the new American taste! were in Macclenny Saturday.We .
'-a new' acrylic lacquer that does ever Level Air suspension). Once OitiontlattxtTtto* are sorry to report thatMrs. ,
away with waxing and polishing you're on the road you'll discover -=- Eddie Norman Is confined to
-forup to.three years.all such basic benefits as bigger better CI1E17WLET -h bed. Those who visited her Sunday -
; ': Buto ;di that' fresh cooled brakes that give over 50% '
were Mr. and Mrs.
I': sand fiDe joe'.t relax in Chevro. longer life, new easy-ratio steering'h'' RaymondCrosby
lets. roomtfl' livly by Fisher (up and a Hi-Thrift 6 that gets up to trAatAmtricclINIWA8Itrir.agetaiuClatrrI Crawford.and We Mr.hope and Mrs.she Lawton has a

J,i speedy recovery.

., see your' local authorized Chevrolet dealer "The Store of Values"


.210 EAST CAIN ST. STARKE, FLA. F -\, PHONE: WO 4-2011 Gt Js666 DEC. 12 8:00 P.M..rf.f.t1@t1.1

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TTTT ,nm.rmyymn dosta, and Mr. and Mrs. Fay Diir-. thorne, Sunday, for a visit Y a tKi: t a+..rrye; "tt- a t tssi : ; 1ji;, { '
ford .s; t _and ..trustthat
ban -Jacksonville.. 1,' Mt and Mrs, Al Mille}:' ?J bjl she will soon be eil.

.LAJfE! : YAAAAl j'Mr$. Mae We fl.* attend'ed' a .,r iir; a &Mrs. \H.- p:" Kelly'' ; JMrT and_ ldra. E.:'B, Wellhauseh 'ttOMEOUTt
Postmasters, >,Convention In P_ ala f>,avJd sjent 'Subdaj:;t afternoon I and sons'and' Harvey' McPherson a

I ".>! JfJL f 41ce :1'- iratry" ( t&rSunday., u *1I with :Mr:, ;land *s. Piul;;; e4i vierjt i and pVenKnight were visitors in

AlJAA.AA 1 Mrs. Rath Bartnftw and rMrsi: Jacks'cnvllleifsi i ii t b; rStarkelasit'" Thursday night, and

\, '. ..} '..!, '""AAAAA4AA.... | 444 Effie, ,Given and. daughter) pf ,MJd- 1 MrV L _H and.bira u}feudftoggnbthr' } while there.' .yisited Mrs. Waver
Johnny Lee was given a sUrprise dleburg visited Mrs Martha Bales tm and daughter, of Maavitlespent l Griffis'and' saw the Christmas

birthday party by his mother and daughters, and the L.. R. Sunday with" Mr.:.and Mrs. parade.. t
Mrs, a. E. Ltfc. at\ their' home Green'family;SLtIi fai. : Nathan Starling: ; t J .' 'A', Christmas party for the Du-

6n 'Wedresday*'aftrirnooh. Alter' ,llr. Shd HrVRflfM; 'Prevail ana :'Miss Carolyn Norman,'owh
playing several games Mrs. Lee daughter of Jacksonville spent employed in Jacksonville, spent c,d t fit' at,the 4.H Club Park i hi Jacksonville .

assisted' by her daughter ,Karen, Sunday with/ his mother, Mrs. the weekend, with her parents M{, lufS f 3 FridayDec., 19 ))beginning at

.served delicious 'cake, and ice Susie Prevatt::4 if ', and Mrs.;H. S. Norman. 9 6 4 'clock'in the,aft rno n' for the ,, d .
cream to the following guests: Lecn Starilrte- Jerry Mr. and'Mrs.,Hubert.. Priest. ind Agent i JO;.11 and.12 year olds and from! S.
Paul, Larry, Troy arid son] and airdlyviated: I Air. and Mrs., ErrhestWiUia'm All the dirt/'tliat is!! It all comes but when you
and King Johnny Kovac: 'of Jacksonville visited (:" .f. -..,' ",' .....;,L. 730 til 9:30 for the-13 year and .
Tye, Gary and deify Johnson. Mr. and Mrs Luther,Billiard Sat iris'nand: : Mr.MrsMurray and B.. R W/ have a suspicion that you might older ones. AIL members 'of t1i4H' cave your car for a thorough washing here at

The Community was saddenedto urday."t i ';.J .. s t :': Williams' in Welborja, The increased numbers of hogs a sc're9rmcase. clubs throughout Duval our Cities Service station.
hear of the': .passing of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H. RhOde1"pent Sunday ?'- onfannsduring] : the closing WarclFor ASCjUtUr County are''invited to ,attend.
Ellen Norman..1! Highland, Sun- the weekend in ChattahoocheeA Shand 'itrs..Mac, McDoipUd inc ttls of,-this year.havecswsed In your 'maiibbx.i there might" : Mr.t and Mrs: D, J. Parrish,and .Inside and out, we'll clean your car so well that

day' night.: Mrs. Woman, has'been They, were the attendants and family of Jacksonville were market .predictions to'be note as havt, -been r"ifi1113e'very, shortly, family attended -the Christmas you'll hardly recognize it .. but.

&' Chrfsttaaiwarkerin her "Com at.the. marriage of M ss"Buth guests last weekend or Mrs. Lull* good.its eve,have..had.JSbine.mafteUsp&fialWs.ilairn'.that r"letter from Mrs. Mildred:Sapp, Parade' in .Stsrke last 'Thursday you'll certainly be proud of it!
munity formiahyjjrear>, Hammond.1 to Mike P9 hid. Bi A. r. prices County Office, "Managerrot our: night. : '
McCarU,,Dn .
'The Herb n-'R ddln}s of "Green Saturdiv. evening.Mrj :;Mrs: 'Jtm s Waters, and sons';> mightbeofta
Cove Springs*were "Sunday guests ,r nd Mrs: Leonard > : ; rs,; t Heast; t *' gram.:The'1959 "plrogram will offer daughter, Shirley and Miss Shir deliver.SILGOX .

Of Mr and MrsLouin Redding and ilamilv visited the Ttym! N'qr mre.ltS., MrH aod' Mrs. BuforilAm WitU?thU -lit' mind,..we- should HI bout1' the siine* Conservation ley 'Higginbotham attended the

and daughters!h< ,finip Man family in .Macctennjt. ,8att r-: t1J 'Qf J+ axville. ii jae ch l! to='do the, best job practices for your consideration.-. basketball 'game in 'Bawin) last CITIES SERVICE '
,* E. Lee is is patient'iri Brad II IIn. day altll .. 'u.. .." 8Jid ifrsJ ,ford County I bspital. tlackson4ille| ,Vtstt d.iMr. and Mrs.Car1Ntl'rs nf changes thai will make the Miss i Starke, Fla.
\ ;() Phillips,was,the Thursdayard :courseypae 9f the'.first thlng ,: Carole Norman -of Highland
.Sunday ..dinnen'guests.,9f _Mr: Friday guest.of t..on, 'y Sunday. M ti. ,you have, h0i:3ts. toy select and program more' effective 'during spent last weekend with Miss
add'Mrs.' .' Harold Eunice were Mrifaawihce in"tow a M sister.; Mr.'' ind"1 Mr\. ThQn1Lswto) was formerly Miss |;keej R the.:>erj 1 b'egtbreedinastock'?: : ; the.year The thanges are'design; Bonnie1:Padgett:. Linda Water ,

( Knight and son,' nd Mr. Eddie HfJiard At Valrjf; AnithgBister. ;ft9r 1'\ct,.Mathts, lived here see then 'do your'best' to carry outa I, ed to rgive'you ibetter procedure also ,visited with heron Sunday}
'l fps odwlrt bt; u1e. r: : Mr .J, S, Norman"returned :tj'..l :v.f:ars tod.. 'tcU producHQ? ogram using some t to foll->JRead.and-study this.let Dance At Balwih 'High School CHECK
: btsa2liq Greed "'H;? Dcbbs"and son;and Burn f .tle f migiit'taea ter and then if yoU"haTe.'anin-: WINKLER 'PRICES
and Cecil McKinney home with him after an. extended their : thing9'tkrat ,n The FHA girls are sponsoring t :
Oobbikiisited parents '
of Jacksonville spent th? vfr=it there. y : savingone' .''OT' two mere, pigs. pertitter. terest; ;,in thepro: >;ram. respond as' 'a Semi-fonnal: dance on Thursrlay.nisht -
.weekend with Mt arid Mrs. D.. Bj.Thomas ,fMr_ and Mrs. Theonolls .Reddih) I.L;. and, JJrs. Arlie Dobbs Sunday: "" Shga s i.PSiS{ 1.Q u'd o= '' d' Dec. 11 at the Baldwin

and faohlyj lIrs.:,Thoma, and Mrs. Mamie' Padgett ,and Mrs.liars, Cindy Griffis and Mr. and I'' A little 'a"tteriti6n"tb, '''tvatiAg Need Strawberry Information frigh' School featuring, music by FOR THAT
'and Mrs. C. W' Thomas carried.tfitm rhiidren.were Clyde Tyson of Jacksonville No Chuck'Waring his band. ELECTRIC GIFT
Sunday dinner bred gilts,and. soles might"'mean Strawberries are growing I and The
."' to their hdme.Monday.M1ss < Yrs 13,,
Mary Francis... Norman :Sadrson'vilJe. **, i ; 'J Georgia: Bradley on ; : ,""after':'farrowing might'}mei11ae an raake good<:rop and then "flop" m. Admission wilL be 41,for adults .. .'- ., .
spent Sunday with Miss Dianne. The Revival at the First Baptist Mrs. Ann.Sapp hadits $ 1fl t.o?! ,' two. wljien, +rmarkei bale.;comes. Withprospects and 50 dents' for? students, 'X : -
son ?
Bennett of the State Farm. Church i Is nro't't'cinenicely! uri- Saturday guests, her. nd A -jelep h ne rail, ta: VP04-ji761, ,' .looking? as they do new. ,1 '. .

'Mr. and Mrs Levy Griff; and H* r the "abl, tea ier hlo "of PV... ;! daughlexrin-la: w.,Mr..and Mrs, .a"_.postcard.rnaileB? or: "a visit, tQ we want, to I plan? 'forithat final rTTfTTTTTTffTTTfTTTTTTTTPltt'LEVEl : EXAMPLEHamilton Beach Mixer

Curtis and David Johns were in'Mabclenny 't.T-rrv Harris)' ETan2' list. of WestSide Eyerjtt Mr;:. and,Burney. .. .Mrs.of Griffin'Jacksonville Hodges.. .otu;. W ipef asking:; for 1 three, CircuxI ; s teptindhave( a .ready market. I f ., :.;.., .>. ,',-,

Saturday for a visit Baptist' Church St.. Mary's: had I J Jars might'b1v ;you a' suggestion I "t.We..... 'ar't. makingan. eiifort-. 't,.
.witPit :a Sunday Mis. ,
.. h Mr. and Mrs.;Clyde Griffith ta..and Ref James A. S ,ilhri gs;; Edwards, addiamily, Mrs.,;., D.'Y G.iP. !pigtoQd: ; r know, as near"as possiblewha. t tr 6 i .rn Padgett visited her unclean Mtnt<:tPT of Music and cur .No one can 60
Education; Wood; 'ndr .G. W. MJacksonville. ; ); ; : ;acreagq is person !"' t' t F 'J y
.'aunt. ,Mr. ,and Mrs. Leroy NOM\' ck St;; Baptist Church"; .Mts. Bell ingthe Sow it Farrpyrmg;, ..aridElectnc'Pig'BroodeR ; eontact..each. grower. ;If,you,:Jhavean .eaaaeaaaaaaa.aaueaaae." i
:gett of Clay Hill Sunday. Bruhsvlck. Ga.jGene( Fafiaw of are cfrculars.will Idea> ah'o'has berries all around d -

'Mr arid' Mrs. Harry Wilkerson St.' Marv's att*ded the services Thdrsday Mrs'M Bryant"night Reddishi spent Brat give, you some'good you, i it wUllhelrj. ;: tin get.a"moreaccaseate SuncTay'We had'Se riooriind a large attendance" at *
and Friday with urch thisw2ek.'We'are i
an4 J ,daughter entertained at a on Sunday. ':The!;Services iwill,continue reading 't" | figure.. You might-. even,, I
her '
I Jjrathe and sister-in-law, Mr.andl.Urs.7Jl thankfdl'that
fanflytvdlrJner for Wil er- throw hSaturday liight I1Itasbgeti Jsai<| a long time help if you would make a list for our ,
; :;
Jai t altor Rev. :,
'' Dorman 4f| k- ; v. 'E Hail
s6ns. has b en'blessed'to'"Ie'
mother Mrs. Katie ? neighborhood iend1t :
Padgett and evervon f Invitee{to attencfl: th,at "ijo s have probablj paid your, and to
Sunday, :Those enjoying.this love- Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phi'ifos arilFoiis ,sonviUei't' t I.t tMtt more< debts than 'iky otheryou t us, !HJJijUS. >igalnl-to- plant, .this '+ ) aTSleto bring theniessage'Tor to .
tle Shuford nt from Several
Ii.ftair wer 'Mrs Ruth Griffis callah : re spi weeks' now.
; of rawber'ncnarketing ;
Wednes 1
n were, }. program.
Mr' and Mrs Jerry Ea'dgett and (c'AY.! euests! of Mr. and Mrs. O. 'J. Thursday until, saturda .as ,apatiens''it Screw"'ormlteport, .f Jtfore Alnwt .Tflbacco>> ,, :Butrwe"are"sorry to report that his UNIVERSAL PERCULATOR
fat ily, Mr. and Mrs. Boll Padgett PhilljDs }*jBU Vincent's. Hospital.M l. goodMte's.lll.. She was unable to
t and fabilv. t ; TJjis.jfCftiinueg tQ:be. opts- of trie. | ,Dec. 15, r-Flue Cured Tobacco.roweKswill iiiitehd '
tin \ &r Arthjirlne Blanc and ofJacksonville.spent servicesSunday.. Mr.Sand Mrs. Crewnent ; We sincerely
Monroe 'Archie vote- for against t
; Saturday most !intejes. \ing programs ,evfr -' or I
Padgett and family, all of'LakeWales higbtith Mr. and Mrs. Marklee'' tthe weekerldwith1her made', po; ible.aeresultof scjien* the allotment program for>* aribther hope Sister' Hall will be

; Mrs. Laura Manning-and d Padgett in aay! Hill. r :r.v'. Blanehard? Otturi.;ifster I Miss Enia. ttfic t rgs arcti:;bur.Inspector Jog? .ihree ear ..period. .. I well Those soon, ,we miss her af church.I .
they visited
daughter. and the James Padgetts Dewey Price;: I who is employee) :; aY v.Yaljdejull\ reports a.flean} program "rTobaceo j$ 'a-'fopd crop .for,us. who v1Siied'Rev.'' and Mrs. '
l Mrs.. McLeod NelrQS8. Hall sister
of John in and Mrs. Vera Mitchr
acksonvt ley in Jacksonville.) by'tor' our coln} 'diirtii last There is nb'cLbahk for !
came fi' tne two
hisr.ephew program
'' > .f :
'1!;?jyayn J[ Schmehl : Camp Air:
rs. Joyce (
of Jackson Mitchell 1 StarUng/i\}d. $1tti,6avahnah >'. v ,eks"-,' There 'nas/n,6t": enaknown. ; tobacfo .ur.>. n9r .sp. most: :.of. our and 3 Ifs." 'PrlcF
speit theteePrepd.'tir W'CT; of
yille. Is visiting the JamesVfaSters carried him | tobaao 'be'.mak'ling Rome
its Plant City 0h ,e ,case;.9f icrewworms. in but j 108 growers .will : -. :
his parents, Rev' *' .T. t Ga.Y.: Mr arid Mrs; -Wallace
Weekend Welch .
( family.'lOuests they spent the with Mrs..Rloer county tliis year AT number e| preparation for growing the '
i 'of Mr.and Mrs. Barry { ) 'j ar CtbirsyAE. Massey.. ( i
Witkerson and Jlrv and' flits.,AaWilkersorf T Miss Jackie Harley of Jacksonville MMr.AaadtMrs, Johnny (Benrietttf from"- llvMtoIci:, wouftdsbut''the? !I. Those. growing .theji'own plants Theo Stinson and daughter, 'ofGriffin
; aAdahlnyt: \the Stat; Farm : Ga.f: Mrs. Bue
dteinr, and daughter, spent the weekend with have :been some other, type 6f.I I will getting the plant bed ready Taylor ,
during' the weekend, were Mrs. her parents, [Mr: and Meg U. c., wmIIJ.: ;ta pfthe Buster!!iBenrii t tnkggotWe know; that the,ieo-j i 'now.'ltwiU: be plarijed'soon after and sIster.otk! Jacksonville! ; Rev, )0,

Jtames, WUkeis* and family.,Mr- Harley. f "* ..' '-:h. .and" the Darleys'on 'Sat opera bon- everybodygives-' half: the 20th of .this month. May we ana Mrs. ,J. E. Murrhee, and son lilt's Electrical It's Sure to Please
ahq Mrs. Carl Taylor l and son ofJacksonville Mi- and P. 't- j M J urie s & l1 1tbfd and daughter-in-law, Mr. ahd
M4-s.L.; ; Refuse ;aril. :ur.-fmd r .niade thisf record possible: you to use specialfertilizer Edward'
and, Mr: and Mrs. daughter spent IThursday evening 'Mrs. Horace pox tofliie. ,*:*But,>donti give up and declar formula., so, that you? will, Mrs. Hall Murrhee of HiIUa.1'd -
BUr .Wikerspa! and son of Sam plII Jacksonville : Santa Fe and Miss Adel proper magnesium : ; "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams ,
with-Mr.n4 *
.the mission completed During th have 6.E.
DIntaS or -J Jacksonville wej-e and Miss Brooks and Mr. Appliances "n:
ten. Carl Norman: /. -' last weerin'Novemb: rthere: aver e chlorine. 1Ilib BaruMir /
guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dw- fend Ma. Horace Maddox Dub-
Mr d and Mrs, Rowell/ Prevattfamily Hillman Waldron and sons 'o t Loins this weekend. MFpllowinffi j 21- cases repprfcri'ta': l ;BrowarfCputityj ($ir"County' Tobacco allqtment! lin.! Gar -" -<
were" $Sunday guesj g Jacksonville vlsited;,Wi\parents. 3 Jn. >Dade:2 inrHighlands: is 247.39 acres. Last year with the ) *
of; Mr/an'd Mw. Ernest Souther- Mr; arid Mr9\"Rober t Waldron on I Juriidr 'the honor roll*!of and\V'in">r.Ji UnBfchv. There'were" toii j'bin.l'* fo'gijanftwe? irerf only 'chil J'4, .t'4 s..J Reed Levys ,sand ? Electric. ", Blankets .i if.. '.
Lawtey elementary fren
'lin High and < of-.Rising're' f
,d-tn: Lake Butler Sunday. 3t confirmed.? in rAlabamaTh '. 60 acies'f7ie': >iYer&ge"yield was dinner *
:Qbests grades: First .Grade, 'Lani4tJohnson : guests--of Mr. and Mrs. H. H Vacuum Cleaners Iron
of'Mr. and Mrs.Ed Dur Mr. and Mrs.. i Glenn Crews I. ?twas one.-case 1 reported- to'4if 1300 pounds per acre. Thls'ishighest 'lh ; .
bA and family this arid >Michael} Norman; :af gReynolds. Lewis; Sunday, \ )
weekend .
were and family Mr.- and total have
MC&-J k nsa,!.t; The Laboratory- Se- average we ever
'Mr" Mri.'J/Boyetteof! Val Randall:,Wtoeeler.t Billy! t.adLe ,Mr..andMrs.-. ; H. Lewis visited Toasters 'Fry Pan
Commodore lo 'dfd
..t :.. Crews'were In Haw bring fi Wise. Troy Kta., Chi peli Hague, their son-in-law and daughter,
l'i"t t i'f Regina ,Gladieuz. .Nlarci? Hirdeer You ft-wprm be' '(flies let during. las' knowlif:that:, wee yOU k. averse that well? yield or better this year with: increased- d Air andMrs.. B. M. Thomas fofBrookert. ; Perculators Toaster

and 3ohptyR4chendollarh\ ts t .. .Friday.Whilf there Mr| ,
.t' .f-" "' \ _. ,..... 1 Second grade Brenda f, 9..TTtyyyyyrnYnn..f w. % **, : -"*" TtMrs. Lewis and
; ( ; Bennett ,, L ....' ,,. -.f !' Lacey.Norman: of rghlanMrsl'Nornit''passed'away' d grandson; Kenneth Waffle 'Baker
: Floor
; f "
Linda Thornas/ma'de
T Craft,-Connie.)Eunice.Dar at' her a'b'uliness trip tq -
, t j j' lee'.8taPriclllf tf:n"ahil Pi fl' : after GaineaMlle t ,
: /" \efF : home in Highland Sunday r ; -
I anne STes'foI>r BcmnJe'.JJa1ey, An- 'J !JJtJE t 9 long illness. 'She was the ,High- Dinner guests of the H, M. Mc>
I't. dy' KdgetU'.Stevenlloslen 'andJackih + faiit' eorrespondent for-the Bradford Rees Sunday were their son-in-
Many Items Choose From
', 'I' ,Qlarta. S1 1i- 1", .. ,, By !Irs. C. B. Noland.;. County Telegraph. law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. : Many to

4r 'htrdT'radei, i3j11 1&AA1A&&& & !A A.j. ,I ,Fred Lang of Clay Hill! was' a A. F. Hall and daughters, Dianne I
'Wayne'Moseley.; Charles Norman 1t I Gscellaa-" dinner, guest of Mrs! Dora -Byrd and Deiores i of Jacksonville, 'and

#; # r' Ka vfirewer '}';:Shfrley'r4nn; Clad( .' Showers and E. C. Padgett last Sunday.Mrs. little Kathy Myrick of Starke.
Brenda'Xlohesv Bonnie Rosier and : Mrs., l efl 'Parrish "entertainedat WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
.' J. 1. Hattie Nolan was also her ?
= Sharon fTatum;i'U Xji *. her hcme' .Monday night, Decr guest in the afternoon. THE EIGHT rOLV'i' our the
1 S.; vtitii J a, miscellaneous shower, way yon write. Com In and Select
Janel ; : :
Fourth grade: Brown, ; The Christmas play will be held ; PHONE WO 4-4081 23-1 N. TEMPLE AYE.JUST .
honoring iir granpdaughter..Miss your favorite'F3TERBEOOKFAunUln
Linda Devote ( d'
Oral Tanner and the Long Branch Church on
You Can End That' Worry J Bobby: Patrfefc> ; t{' Jo Ann tar'rishV whose wedding Friday night Dec. 19 ..The publicis. Pen, .Tlid.P(1B.tiP1i, ,- ,':

.,'Fifth grade.: Julius:.Eijnice, lirry \\ilUake-place; ; next.Friday night, invited to'altehd.We .
About I What'To Give Grandad, Husband, : 'pla'dieuxU; Johnny Tye, .JeffreyElfiyd. p. m... at., .the. Arhng-- regret that Colton Johns -

f. ., ,.&.>Jiidy Padgett ra Carolyn t ton Methodist Parsonage; ,with has been a patient at the Lake : IN' 'TIME FOR CHRISTMAS !

Sweetheart, Uncle And Other Crews Bonita Greens:Hann, e, the Rev., Monroe C. Hatch offici.ttni. City Yet ran's'- hospital for:,the t
f Renee Moore-;: AnrLPadgett. LibiySmithMary at .. Dames were pIayed't d last twO'weeks and'I'm'.sure .
Men\ Folks. ,
Jane Todd Gertrtiqe prizes were warded to Mrs ,Lilly would love to hear- from his

r Cruce, and Mary Frances Not* PradshalrtDirs.-Roby; : Diirrancb, friends( while convalescing.. -
( I II man i* t'* Mrs. Helen Wjlkinson .and Miss Mr. and Mrs: E. D. Hig'' s.
I.y.(E.A. OPALITY GIFT Patsy Smith, after whcltkpttareeopeaed.her4 :the r
*. 'Sixth gra'de: Virginia :.Crtice; and sons and Mr. and: Mrs. I 1 1 h .

That Will Remembered r Kit Elaine ReddiqBonnie.. ; ;Prevatti k many,lovelyjLrij..useful Buford.Higginbotham wereguests
l Ig'ipie. .
I ? ?, Alma Jean'':Prevatt. } Carol Jean } ; iftsi Delicious retre -;' of the Clifton Carter's. at Clay
; ;
"' ]
:? -'- t',.,' \\ iTher's Never A ,. Mosley,* Judy: .. Padgett, KatWe .r. netits..were' 'served \ Hill Sunday: flJ '
% Jois\ M bfafy' ." Wilkerson. '-'-'add '? '7tiose41attendingwere': Nora: Mrs. Lyle Schmehls'and.daugh t, 1 r

Gloria i Padgett. t f tseventh { i Polka--Nell Parrish: NoiC HOi d- tern are spending a few days with A

(. Size, Color or Fit i Probleip >GraJe( :" Roy Hundl ay; mii1c.Gai} Ut'Sweat.Juanita): i >Pp rrish her'brother-in-law and sister.;Mr.

Gene King; -'June;.Brown.j Carol: ,, Lilly. Bradshaw, ;ElstevMa'e. and Mrs, James Waters and ''fam

WHEN" ANn- Olauteu :. Juanita Griffis, XJefald YOU GIVE
AN UNUSUAL. ,HIGHLY dine Griff Faye !ra wortht, Lot* ];,. 'Bonnie' :Higginbotham;' : Mrs. Junior ,Gqplsby ,Baldwin:!

:\: ATTRACTIVE DECANT'R FROM rainsPriest: :.Wann 'Sapp.. p wen 4 irorrae',asley, JanIe' :jHiggih-i spent Sunday,with' Mr. and ''Mrs.:
dolynTeaser, ;;, and Diana, YanEghth'Grader be ia'm'i ,,Hden" WijkinswDora>> Leslie Sweat' and'" family" v-- : .1{

.' OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK. '. : zattta': ....,J!, ...., :t !( ByrdPatsY'Smith, Linni Harris, Leslie Sweat nd'd ught rs'Al-1

', Jo..Ann'Ratti4 e. Pceggy.'Smith,- Dex McPherson, ene and Helen visited in Macclen.1y:8unday' \ .
I ;: Jackie Bales; vChuck Moore, and Patty\J, rrisluiDaisy' Padgett; : with L ; '
Give-The Gift Thai No 'One Ever Eichangesw' -: ilr. ar d 1rtrs/, l. .4'Seep'
'. .Ronald ;Kimbrell.:! r I "; ,|. HejteriHiaa; *: } Lessi *;MaeWilkui> 'fred'Sweat' and family. 5,, !! Handsome ''35-Foot Long Green Stamp Mobile

*< : t. 'Ninth 'Grade:: Elaine "Harley, son"GJi'dyst; >C6pel nd, Alma Anders :- The Maxville' 4-4-H"Club'l met!

Shop In Pleasant Surroundings. Conie : Abbie Harley:>' 'and 'Carol' : ..FadBradley jre ,"Nettie' Mae Padjett Hattle tiTuesday'Dec:;...9.. demonstration1. .D'is"Yat: 322,W. Madison St. (Winn-Dixie)

., r -. -4 .* -Jt Nolan'atxf'Toria 'Higginbotham,, on Club'run'was:.given.,Mrs.TJan '
n) i ;. ;>oi ai, *.,1..; 'r : i l t Mrs;';-P rjistivw. .a.j\ fete
f }B r.:CUBIST" t.tertainirig*by, Totia ..HigginbotriMae Agent. ):was with them:'at MONDAY DEC. 15 STARTING AT 12 NOON

&; r.. Overt i .. Jri Mi lst .r- atrii. '"ieFSie, .' .. -"WiiuBonran4. this .time:; ,
r 'sUDd ; '=' sunoiy-'School, .10 ht ;P .-. t .. Little, Evelyn. Harris. went: ,"to Y -. .. '

S a,> m.;, mornin| service,); Lf m.: 'Job1 i'Fci'lday"nfghtDe.; ;5 T a in. 10 kCJJariGtioe ,- Hope '';Haven Hospital In Jackson-*, '

evening servlct,, 6:30: -p.mi. : 'I t ; ; ;tras eld, for: ille'Monday: We are glad that The 'GREEN STAMP MERCHANTS of ,

v'WednesdayBi61q'itudl, .0' L ... ,, f::30KOT1CJI Miss'Jo.'Ann''th.e; rpmejif she. is progressing nicely.. '

WE CAN ASSURE YOU HIGHEST QUALITY IJ.'JD.- .. f "Mrs;..:Bryant' Mickler/it: 26io 4 Mrand.Mrs;>:D:, B. Griffis and! t Starke. cordially.}. invite f' .you inspect' thisJJobiV S .
"Cotinlori Roan foJU-lingtorjL.IShe: daughter are now enjoying their :
*' -sa.ocraYD Unjt and see .the HUNDREDS OF
.PRODUCTS AT 1'RICES'thAT'AIIE'' I. CirtmU Ci R;"ltrsdtetl 4fast!r. tedeif eiTniahfbeaiitifuls.ahd"us4: home, which 's'Just been remodeled
llt d4 ;...U.fJuatctzJames -...._. .' fdr gifts: Abjout 15, enjoyed thisoccasibq. and"sOm '%d.ditlons'rina'de.-It': ITEMS that be obtained with S&H 3 yf
may ,
E. Brooks Plaintiff T s ,
SURE TO PLEASE. Ruby Jean Brooke Defendant .with_ .Jo Ann and" 'theb'ostess is very pretty? and wVkn&wwill thejlj Jr t
CUlt w.,13.ctpNOTICLTO,4PPTAR ;. Prizes" were,a ':arded''to it.' "> '- <, ** to GREEN-STAMPS, !, ,

t Some Lines of Fancy Holiday ''Packages and Decanters To: Ruby Jean. ErooVi;' whose r Mii..wun' D1 Shepard. blip: R a I4Little Rhonda Pa,Fishdau'gh t er. .
J residence and. addresi-U I'nknown.Tou dolph Mlckler and .Mrs: Charles of Mr an4jMjjt. D. J. Parrlsh.. hal C 1'1. "
i in are hereby notified. that % suit MacEein.. ''Individual, cakes.*' cof- been ill and'we feope'that '
are' Already; :Short Supply .and Cannot l'be -for; divorce. "-*. .M she will 4 l
t f fle. .mints'
1 -.1. t and salted nuts' were soon be well
Replaced. Ask ,AooolOur Special .Offering;in As- II I. the fbove' name i"Court<'.acaJtst and ca JII.a served after- Jov Aria 1', opened 'her Loretta"and:Jfiahita* CrewV'bfBrycerJle n rtF tureCo. ; Winn-Dixie.Food Store
,aad'you-ateteoaireQ to, wrtet n .
gifts .
t t .1. 'COPY 'o(:' answer *r treading t. t were !.Its. ,
riedaseQuantlties'ofaFi!! I ... ;Ree/veg.:\$. ttttr] l din>"r'Jb"pt\itlff. A'tr OP.ea* pOOSe' Sarah ,Jane.. GrUfis and Mrs.vEve-j, ., .,," '. ,. J. IP '.-.. ...'
torney Green A Green Starke, Florida Sunday afternoon Dec. 12, lyn Griffis and 'daughter Sunday.Maxville -
and file the original IB the \ r '
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a ;J rice of the Clerk of the Circuit from 3 until 5 "p. m. open houseof school will be turned I
LONG'BRIDGE ,Court on or before the .%:, daT t 0& will-be-heldaathome Dlii's out for the Christmas holidays on Seymours !66 Service S'
$ !! :$ jyis
December 1853: otherwise the a ecations SocoService
t of said Complaint wiU'be Randolph! Mkkler- at 6622, Pot Friday Dec.,19... < n, .. *..'..._ ... _. __ __ !
"\ ,* f* -* ? T rs: ,, take! *f ctmk. ed by, ,on.. r Auto Road- In Arlington: for JoAnn Mr. and Mrs: R. E Shelby and A' "'
"; ft l = This potter shall be published n \add Buddy and all'of their daughter, Rhonda of Pensacoare la _
PACK AGE $WE 'egch ,veVk ty f ir fo ycntive' weeks friend are: i 1Vit d. 'r/ow NolanJ
I ia the Bradford County Telegraph. living in the C. B. JIMMY M6"ORE'S"Starke
Dated'" this It day got November- W.f are,glad -that?Mra. Albert residence 4C Maxville.. Mr i'Shelby Starke Builders Supplies' : .
.Pp qijhway 1QQ un(OFFICIAL SEAL) Smith li-feeling better after' a recent is'stationed'''with*the U. a.'N k yYt.

11 Miles From Starke Enroute to Lake Butler CHARLES A. DARRTIt! i nesS 'U v w i CtCil Fief( _. INCOBP-QRATED /Ire Sales
,, Clerk tf tbe Circuit Court. 'to i :
,I 1* )(ar .tt.l. _.Y-DetwMl Uii'i! l; 1i "thiopport utWe are glad that Mrs. Waver
!YL"y Clerk. :ity to extend tsar deepest heartfelt -' Griffis-wa able to,return to her

\4L ._ UIU.U.U.U ,sympathy to..the family of home ,last Friday from the Brad I I _


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I Presbyterian Church St. Mark's Episcopal' .- ifr .JeSsi .Mocr cf, Mu.nd< Mrs. Hambrick Morris!i !ng will be ,held on Sunday T 1i at 4 :I The Christmas r rehearsal!! h bin,
Lw i t i
Ra r" c ftCHURH '
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( :. of, Old Lawtey Road. Also in improved i>.p. m. at the home of Mrs. Irene I Mrs., Mahle J.
: Friday- Adult Choir practices .6ev- -Bgym.. ., condition is D.. L. Aaron, 'Thomas. Don't forget the "Rock O. R. Shell Lfe'and
,. ,.. The ChrUonas Tree
: a. m.Sunday. Sunday: -' -g(5f !.1 ; : :: victim of recent1
I a automobile
V : N Roll"
ac- Movie Dec. ir
and 12 and
l ; wilt be.held Sunday
program on-
NEWS Church School il-00 m, ) 1
Church School. for ; = ; ,V' da
f all Sennon.Fr- I idpfw.[ .Je..rtUWnEd.: in a, sericu d|and; a big free movie by American I Dec. 21, at.&p? m, All.scholars
ages 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor ,ing Prayer, andj *.." condition for almost a week but Legion: Post 314 and .Auxiliary and members are. invited.. to
ship) 11.a. m.. Youth Fellowship 6pm. HolyCOmmlJnlf --F 5, ",, is Improving to date He reside. and your Reno Theater i I .
day 11:00 Lm.;tThi1, d S | in SouthStarke I manager .I take part in the program. Visitors
and has
a Tuesday Dec. 30 at 1
.. Tuesday Women.. the 7:30'Son.PracOca.. I !: : p. m. are always welcome
? of .4 : and young son.. Mrs.: Brown of All children in the A. Williams
Ai The Ta bestaclat .Methodist, Church. Church Christmas party at' the W' hesday-1. : :ob ;'' J'%.$. ; ; ] Route 2 Starke is also in the hos invited to attend. E, J, Givens are ,
l 1JtA.ftv
home of Mrs W. C.,Johnson,. 746 ; pan
pital. We. wish for all these
*V_'>* : patients reporter.
K Westmoreland.'! .St, 730pm.: ., 4SfTt""3'n'- .. ..,.. >: .... ; reporter.GAY'S
t Christmas .1 i
program' Ii'being Sunday. 9:45: a. m. Church -, "' 'T"'t 1-::'. ,"'1\-* "prepared at the Tahpma: foe School: fox all ages Morning Worship Wednesday Men's Supper 1 -- GRAHAM safe trip home
the evening of Dee: 23, Including 11 a." m. Nursery providedfor o'clock. Circle No. 2 in charge of Boy Scope of America No. 71 Antioch Baptist Church, Rev.
BAPTIST* CHURCH George Lee Sr.,. pastor held
music and supper. The Boy'Scouts regular Home
recitations.The small of 71
; children, and a Junior Troop Appliance
Sunday school 10 a., m. communion
Sunday, :
hunt for "Hidden Treasure"at. Church for older children at the had Ii-bane er'eM under theleaderstiip { -
ing Worship 11 a, m. starting with
.the Tuesday and Friday''night morning service: Morning Worship First Christian Church Union,.,6:30, p. mvenin! ; of Scoutmaster B. T. Mar Deacon Clarence Sunday Williams School in, Your Friendly!
Bible classes, as well as at the broadcast from 11:30: until noon. i shall Sr membership is tq ,
ship, 7:30 m. Rev. Billy Bryant charge. The
p. morning sermon was
Morning worship, 11 a.m. : be complimented Norge.Dealer
Youth !
MYP. 6 on
Bible School p. m. Meetings attendance
on Sunday delivered
mornings pastor., by Rev. Danley pastorof
L is being *'* ** 6:30: p. m..Evening Worship, 7:30P. Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor' .. and conduct during this year; Wq churches in Tifton
enjoyed by'ali: Sunday School 10 a.m. -- hope that next will and Ash- 6 NQKGE APPLIANCES
year we b
m. ,
Youth Churen! 7 p.m. ableto do preached dur-
Tuesday'Prayer bigger and betterthings
wK group spon- Premillennial -, ing the evening served t UAYTAQ
I sored by WSCS, 9:30: a. m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting. Missionary. miles : hi .the churches,. school worship and Wt1S ERstS
7:30: p.m.Adult ,Seven south communion. Visitors included' -
'BIBLE VERSE. I :Wednesday Story Hour for Choir Starkeon Hwy. 100. Merle PackI : and community. A Thanksgiving. Sister Laura Whitmore of New DOLE fAY HEATERS, and.
6:45: Raffle was
practice : Turkey
'primary children 3:30 p. ni. Prayer p.m. ham ef recently held Bethel FLOOR
Wednesday.Ladies I pastor. [ and' the Baptist Church and Mrs. FUBNAca'We
winners were John Willie
Meeting and Bible Study 7:30: Council 1st .and 3rd I Sunday School; 10 a. m.. Worship Hall and Elmer R. Shell. Scout Ida Childs. her sister of Tampa,

p. m.: Tuesday night&Everybody 11 a. m.. Training Union, : meeting each Wednesday night at and her little grandson. Each, Service All Makes

Thursday Chancel Choir rehearsal welcome to each p. m:, Evening' Worship; 8 p. RJE..Charles Covington reporter.American visitor indicated that they had 01 Appliances
'MIIr.r.ltt0.1Wi ; 7:30: p. m. service. enjoyed the services very much.
Wednesday 1'e
/ Prayer meeting7.30 Legion Post PHONE: WO 47511titarke
.4 We cordialy invite' everyone to p. m.Everyone. 'And Auxiliary $26 was reported the building

J"r.1.. ......., ':"'\- ,. take ,part,, in, our services... IDWAY CHAPEL welcome. :; V The Community Service Project fund and other monies collected Florida
.....; ,-,; "U- ASSEMBLY OF GOD for this year will include- a. amounted .to over fifty. dollars.

COR.. 15:54 .. St. Edward's Ca.thoUC'ChurehStarke O. M. Osborae, Pastor EVERGREEN : free movie for the children, court. V .. IWkat'
So when this corruptible shall Florida Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn- BAPTIST'CHURCH' : : esy also of the management, Mrs..
have put on incorruption, and ins'Worship 11 a. m. Evangelic;- $ tb fJrSt.
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching E. J. Givens.
On Tuesday Dec.,,
this mortal shall have put Sunday.Mas&at 10-a. m. tic
7:45 '
mortality then shall be broughtto Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & : p. m. Thurada.yweekly 11 a. m. Training' Union' : :t0 iit: Santa Claus"will be provided thing to do
pass the saying that is wntteni prayer service. Invitation p. m. Preaching 7:3(? p. in. Pr by/the American Legion Post 314

Duty is swallowed up victory.. ,5:30'p.Weekday ni. Mass"at 8:0fr a. m. extended to everyone. Meeting, ,Wednesday.7:30. p..m. :: arid Auxiliary, which will include .,V, in case of fire?

Confessions, : Saturday, 7 to 8faw NEW RIVER ,fruit candy, nuts!: and other's ,
1 LAWTEY;CHURCH OYcmi goodies. and favors.. Deacon Julius, '' Call
Sunday School !... !9:45 AM BAPTIST CHURCH theFireDepartnttntl t
% :(presently! meeting1_' In City Hall ; : ,Royal is. Ccmmander, Mrs. L. M. e rr
i :
Baptisms,..> tva% .In : Sunday School, 10 a. m. Woialp -
Morning Worshlrj 11 AM structions Sunday;-Bible study, 10 a. m ; Royal, is president.Church Many homes? could be
by appointment
,' Hpur, 11 a. m. Evening Sere .worship,, 11 a.'m.. ( News saved if UuWereTdonc.Of .
1 Training Union =- 6:15: PM Wednesday'e; T p. m., 7:30KINGSLEF Prayer,: p.m.Meeting eaci: Evening Young people's ,, 'Allen Chapel AME, Church course, you should keep a fire extinguisher Handy .

Eve. I study,,7;. preaching,'.'7:30. Allen- Chapel AME Church Rev.,1; : follow safety rules set up by the.F'1I't.IXpHtrncn: tz.
Worship 7:30 P.M\ MORNINGDEVOTIONAL : L..A.:Sampson, pastor will observe i
Bible '
Wednesday (
LAKE] studyj. .
MISSIONARY BAPTIST p.. m. .Trustee Day 5tunday_ starting But safety rules aren't always: ,enough. Make sure your
: with 'Sunday School at 10 a. m. i home is fully protected with fire insurance, too. Call us
Sundaychooh 9:46' aon. Morn : Radio ProgramStation I
.MadistoStreet ;; ; Evening worship at.6 p. m. Chairman ';Ir r for a checkup,* .. .
tag :!Ih1p 11 Ever.1DBService' WRGR M: 1day, 6:3.0 a. m. Eddie Thompkins is" asking !
Speaker. '. 'for. Week of' ,each Wednesday 7:30 pjn.7:30:Prayer pjn.Meeting Every:;' HIlGHLAM.. } : all leaders to see members and, ':
H. C. \
Baptist (Mefr : Mottpastor. ? make a" complete report 01'1 Sunday WALL AGENCY
DEC.. 15 DEC. 20. oieweIcome.-4ev.. H. BAPTIST CHURCHSunday ,,Rehearsal for our 'Christmasprogram '
School 9:45 a. STARKE. FLA.
is now in session. All
((900 Block W. Madison Rev. Don' Kokomoor Morning- Worship, 11 a. m. _an ; '
'St.J. ;
: parents are: asked: to send. chil- i
/ 7:30 p.' m. Prayer' Meeting ea ] 1
CHURCH Wednesday, 7:30p., m. -' Rey.George : jdren. Junior Church each Tuesday -, Representing the Hartford Fire Ins zr' ;a r'H"" ny
7:50 A.M.
H. at 5 meet- I
..MaJjrjv:Jiv Pastor ; p. m. Missionary
Sunday Schopn 10 a. m. Morning CWsm pastor., ., ... ._ ,
... ,
Worship, 11 '
a. m. Evening welcome. ,
Worship 7:30 p. m. Training .
the: J Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. ]MidWeelr .!' CHURCH OF,JESUS CHRIST-: .
petUel tributeto weaves )'J '7. ..
Player Meetingt : fcAXTDA15: SAJNTSv, JjT r ,

a cherished memory day 7:30 pjn.FAITHBAFHSX. Services each Sunday' in old c'

Masonic Hall, on E. Call St Sunday ) 1 Lt j.. 40r .\
CHURCH- Schooh Va..'''Sacramenri: F t ,
Every funeral that :
we con
LawteyA. Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone we). ET T.
duct is a source of sustaining F., Massey. Pastor come. :. .r. :

Lion>> Bible school,-10 Iio. nx, I ones

Preaching, ir a. m. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS .

J Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. CHURCH ,' .".

Hundreds of details are'managed'aDd economically ., Bible, Study and grayer }Beet- t' Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Morn 1 ;,rant '

attended to that onlya trained- and carefu 'lpg,. 730. p ni., Wednesday. Ing. Worship, 11 a. ni; Evangelistic "
organization Radio program, 8 to 8:30,a.a. services 7:30 p. m. I.' r, .
.4 can perform when the urgent need .... .. '. ; .,. .
for serving at hand. each Sunday over station WednesdayPrayer Meeting 'J< -- -- -' ...."' ., -. .
f. ., \ WRGR. ,Stark*.. 7:30: p. m. ," ftir- .: '- .. ;; "
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\ PHONES 4.2600 .t.II
: 5VO, WO 4.2610 : ''' Fid., FamousChristian Teacher

We. ,furalsh' the bl 4 heat. type service at lowest prices, and accept CFTI2ENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY '.', .,. _,. .

:'ANT life insurance policy In force issued by ANY company as r.. Bj thora J., .Shelt.BCTA'Meetfaur .. .
payment in in ;
part.or full on funeral services. Consultation. e .

carries-no obligation._ .G > ?., tI ------1..I '. w "'.

Starke wil'hold its annual Christmas b Lecturer : .
The second meeting for, the Party Saturday, Dec. 27.. All .... .

FIRST FAPT1ST ,958-5S, terms! qf the Bradford me'mbersj notify guests 'as ,to { .

Church-Starke County Teachers Association was time and place. The regular. meet;! ,. & e :'' '1,.
held at RJE on Friday Dec. 5 at l ing will be held on the fourth : .

>f Rev. Lewis. Hainea, PastoJefferson < ,1,pm? with: President"C...C.fAn-I Friday of each month as usual; .n. .. ,- .' ,.., 'i J ',.. .',"" ,. .

and Court Streets ..derson'in charge..The regular order -i During the. January meeting,' Missionary 'F- / Author .
In the Heart of Town
of business was followed. The which will. be,held at, the home
Phones: 9fice'WO.4.6801 Pastorium WO 9-2301 agenda included the selection of of Mrs. Harry Young, treasurer' l' V. ;
delegates for the Florida State the Afficers will. be elected for V" '
.SUNDAy'SERMONS11:00, A.M.-7:30 P. L' Teachers' Association which will 1959.,(All members are asked tobe .2.:
be held in Tampa during the last be present. E. Young reporter.. .. LJA
Sunday,, ho.ol 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. week' in March. Special Educa- Carnation'S. S. Club t "

Midweek Service tion will be represented by Mrs. The Annual Christmas party .t'.' ..1-. ...... 1. :.n' .
Wednesday 7:30. P.M. E. J. Givens : -
: Jr. High, will be held by the members of "

A, FRIENDLY WELCOME Mrs.: C. Johnson: RJE Mrs. O. W. the club.. Invitations will ,be ex- WILL SPEAK QN THE
.t George and the. local associationby tended to friends of the members. > r -

+ ."4 + ---AT'THEFlIENDLY CHURCH President C. .C. Anderson. It President Corean McNeil 'uses : l.1 .. .
was decided that the February this method to wish each of youa "' V' .wit -,0-, .. -r

meeting, will be devoted entirelyto pleasant holiday season, in behalf -"
the completion of the 'adoption of the members of the Carnation : ,; :

of the constitution,.J, D. I : Crusade For A
Greene Social Saving Club. It has : '
W[1 at Is The t Chairman: been the pleasure of the club to :,; ..,
Largest Basketball RJE visit many of the churches' in '.c.y ,. .. ., b :.ri

The Tigers,and Tlgerettes won Starke during |his.year and leave i r c 1i

doubleheader from Keller High substantial donations, for helping, '

Roman's GluiFlit School In Macclenny last Friday: the prog -am. In an effort to expand -' : United Church Of America'

The boys eked out with a two their services they''be ; i
point lead. They were' unable to 'able to visit other churches in "

match,Lincoln High! Gainesvilleat the county during 1959 and would

the Starke Armory which was include: Lawtey. Brooker, ,Hampton -, .. .

t Florida? largely.'due- to the"fact. that the,.. ,, w ter alt and Lincoln City' '. 4e3 f ,
/ .
well Starke. The club will 1, .
boys,and girls of Lincoln have a as as f .
.. : : very fine gymnasium and practice enter its 9th year with a building e3 '". ....:.u":::,: .,'.:' AT THE ":.' '
Q' ;\ I constantly dbors.' This Was nota program?that wifl give to thecommunity -.. .. T- Y .
'9I'. ; Jfl&..\Who Saw Trading Stomp* conferenceganie. and! _does., notcount one.of the biggest and :/ff,: ,.
usei'lh 'of
ag&inst'us: On' Friday; Dec. bestclub h the V

Are".The l>>ridt'"FomGn'.. CfaB* 12 the'return gamwllljbe'pl .FI rida..Mrs.. COfean ,McNeil' !

in Gainesville. Follow the boys president R. B. Cohen,' reporter.Block :: First :
'01 fiiF&riifo"Mi *yOu.'magi vUnasi an',iipsett : Debt Methodist Churht

Group m Class B Division of Tre Block Drive for, the, fenceon.the.basketbal.Qpurt .,
the'' '!'Iar1da'-'Iqterseholast; Ath of RJE has
f JEYtrtdA! FtoLastycarforeiamplejtrad.. : not' end Patrons and friends .
liifi 'titj leOc Assn. eton Saturday at the t *
,., .. ( 'Pb mg Samp.fttn uei paris W .1 K.Hatt1s' 'Voc tional High are still asked to make] :contribu jflfVgjM { I

s", :t :- -.1rA4_ ; ;bise4S764. Waitbftl'-- &:bool in Hastings. Represent. tions. John Diggs contributed SOblocks. tilt; '
... ,
.,while Mack Lane and othems J Rfi
ttFetfrom Starke < Cosy.hi.
w e P
,,s 1aijej'o p. ot acts from ....... ? ; 17 -7:30
...,.... ,\r.f. .. Flbruufj FAc- Mrs. E. R. Shell. The division has have contributed:) six or more *

I ...... ;" Ftonda.shopteen.' Mating tbese .ti&.... been ,divided into. "North" and Many of the faculty members* s
: h heir common i 'South"' with reference'to, team have pledged up to $5. The BoardPublic
iaprovided jobs for 289 Floodrt !
_, participation in.. &asket&&H. 'The at, Instruction i,, plans, :to .'
'#..?..'trading.stamps,OA poc ', S4ttc c' .1i.. tournament fpr the,'teams of the I have" the court surveyed for. ,,possibilities t; I.

be oI' s hujo"wojn. Stores, bcht list_ "North" wUT be held during Pebiuary ; of; a gymnasium as, a ;1, _

,- .r.n .t.i.'L benlup; ...: -- ,'..- -.' .. at Dou&l U Anderson::High, culmination the efforts you- put n f .
: r forth, so, show them that
Jacksonville le?f for the "South, : at you
: tbo st tc. Xn the light of tteetettfcthat Harris. U in Hastings, (if th want,a gymnasium and Wee may.

l nctsMfliro, -v woutt, tts& not.Cfco .ofr gym has betn'completed. A':division gef'one.Anderson. EVERYONE WELCOME
'.* Honda all'funds was made. at .Jr., High ,Oi
jcttwoo3ed\d things for women,, bat "" of| i ,
this meeting and' each grouaselectea I The annual Christmas program ; .
bit", ,_ f ftaii? through .body in best tecanbod. its own officers.: Principal !for the entire school will be held ; ; -

*. ...., M < tke dng 'I.a W. E./:Hat1rs.1s' president of the :Monday, Dec.' 15 at" 1 p. ni. 'AH .
!I: i' .. >I'tt..r'ffi13f E' N1'f-- .... South while Principal' Bryant of .parents are !invited 'to att 1d. The :
1ft" r-
.. ., .. r 0 ,;
.. .' .,. !ny Peck High,-Ferhandina. isr; president first basketball game for the season
I will be played.starting at 8
.r '" '" of. the North '
1 _z. An4 *. # iu>l will :play ,A: r.. baneHigh I p. nv on this same date. Parents '

i!. iii'" R Sqhoo} of Alachua tonight in i are invited to come and bring : Tr'cREAT CHALLENGE TO THE PROTCSTANFMS11AN '
.friends to see the,team in action.!
; 7bitro Alachua. This will be the last
a.IIout. j.o .,.., br (o as "" ..
-. + iotaemetbd bJ ,loos "MI. game until after' toe Christmas "Last year new suits were purchased .
w. '.enorin01lSlJ.zood: Cot HUTCHMON Company.ttoitor holidays which also includesLincoln for the teams, thiS. year they

inoirstate; 62yaatgodSadiGlomSqpr. High 'in Gainesville tomorrow have warm-ups and Very fine { ( CHURCH
jackets. Come cheer
and the orange .
night. _. ..
: and, .gfeerj. teajn or the
,,',, (MvitiSem lent) Fiesta Club "Baby R tt1 rson'"to victory. t' A' ._ .
t The .Fiesta Social ,dub .of Mrs. C. Johnson Is coach for the ,

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Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Mann and "Rmy'InT, /Rtvyy1/vtv71 evening. A Christmas Carol program I gram presented to the, public' at club wit start with a, progressive I I friends and relatives here over the Lacrosse. '

GRIFFIS, LOOP Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mann of is scheduled for this meet- Brooktr school the night of Dec. supper at the home of Mrs. Bobby eekend. Mr. and -s.-G...B.'Colspn spent

Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. IIEILBRONNBy ing. The Bradford High Chorus. 18. r Dyals,,and end the afternoon with'I Mr. and Mrs. Alan Lewis of Thanksgiving Day"with Uetr} son

By Verble Anderson Jessie Hardenbrook of Colley The ,Harmonettes will offer special Church 'News exchange gifts at the home of I Gainesville visited his mother and his family, Ressie Colson of

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMembers Road. Mrs Harvey McCarthy singing, plus ,good old fash: 'The Lottie Moon.Christmas,offering Mrs. ,Ann Kleinmans -where they I Mrs. Amanda Lewis Sunday afternoon Starke. "': .
Pat Bowers visited his mother d"
ioned group carol singing. Dontmiss week of prayer for .aid to will finish the last course. of the Mr. --and; Mrs Lloyd. Wood and
of Boatdrain[ attendedthe Mrs. Ruth Ella Noegel and his WLA "'AA..AAA.Howdy hearing the'Harmonettes:{: meal. Mr,
'Foreign Missions'will be observed and Mrs. Bryant CromwallJr. son, Craig of Jacksonville were
Training Union Monday night i grandmother, Mrs. Myrtle Priest i Folks and a very plea- and singing carols with the group. I the week Jf Dee; 15 at the Baptist Personals.A and children. Stephen and weekend ests"of:the'W.E.; Big-
Dec. 1. at Madison Street Baptist over the weekend. Pat is attending sant day to you, and you and especially We have planned a big evening [Church inBrooker'The ; ,M. 2 Kenneth Mctt of the Donna of Tallahassee visited Mr. ham family. "
Church The singing was good and : Columbia Bible] College in Columbia you. i and be looking for you. It will be WMU will 'hold services Naval Air Base in Key West was and Mrs. W. T. Blair Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. 'W..E.: 'Bigbam Jr.

the message brought by Rev. CarlA. S. C. Plans for a big Christmas program I I held in the Music room at 8 p. m. Wednesday Thursday'and' home with his parents Rev. and and Mrs Paul Crews were and children attended; the
Howell of Hill Mr.- and Mrs. Edward Mann and Delories Friday Mrs. H. H. 'I
Murray Baptist at Heilbronn Church are in Mrs. Carmichael i'aI daughters atthe church in.observance.of the Mott for the weekend. Thursday luncheon guests of their Hardee-Turner'wedduig to'Starke
Miss Helen Hardenbrcok were .
Church, Jacksonville. The banners guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas progress now. Exact date time Mr. and Mrs. M. L. i week 'of'prayer and-all membersare Tom Hodge of Leesburg visited daughter Mrs. Joe Breeden in Saturday night; : *
were won by Graham and etc., will be anounced next week. Beach, and Miss Sandra Car urged;, to attend. I
Evergreen'Baptist churches. Re- O'Brian Sunday afternoon. t
michael of Jacksonville visited
The will include dra-
program a
freshments were served in the Miss Teressa Jones was guestof ipat' niav entitled "Repentanceon with Mrs. Carmichael's parents New( .Parsonage : ,
School the Miss Patsy O'Brian Sunday.We We are"iiappy to say that pro-
Sunday building after Christmas Eve" written by Mr. and, Mrs. Milton Rosier,and '
services.We ., were glad to have Mr.Ll and with'other relatives gress is"well underway on the new 1
Mr and,Mrs.
Names of the
Mrs. EUie Sullivan back at services >our oia reporter parsonage'which;; is across the 'T4
are sorry to hear that Mrs. cast for this play will be given in :Bill Reddish" and son,, Keith,Tri- street from i %
with us Sunday after their the Baptist Church.Mr.
Cecil Rowe's mother Mrs. A. W. our next issue, also. We hope eachof day.
: Dodd, the
illness. Hope they are able to' be contractor from .
Brown ,has been ill and in Brad- you will plan to be with us as Mr. arid Mrs. Clinton. Normanof :
with uS more in the,future., Keystone.-Ts well pleased with the ", ,. '
ford County Hospital. She is now we try in our small humble way Jacksonville -visited .MrJ; Nor- aid he
Mrs. Ray Griffis and little hasjeceived from the men "
at home and we wish her a I to honor our Lord Jesus Christ's man's parents, Mr and Mrs. in the -who have I
speedy 'recovery daughter Karen were viistors-at birthday. Frank Norman Sunday., community help :
church Sunday. ed him in-this project. There will < 1;
RevrElliott Williams was a Mr. and Mrs Clifton Griffis'are The WMU ladies of Heilbronn Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. be another workday for the men ,
visitor at Boatdrain Sunday and : Church observed their week of .. L. Cox' 4
bfuldms! : a new home on Griffis were Mr. and Mrs. L. .Saturday? so grab your. hammer ."-, ..
taught the adult class fcr Bro. prayer for foreign missions.Wed. H. Armbmster and O. E. Richardson and come-{) over.

O'Brian Loop. nesday evening of last week dur- of Gainesville. Handcuffs Turn Out,No Joke
Gen' Griffis spent Sunday with ing regular meeting. Ladies participating Henry Thornton visited in Sanford Mind you we aren't using any ;;'. rya .
NORTH SIDE Mr. Smith after morning service.
were: Mrs. Ernie Johns,
Sunday. names but what started out as a 1.a
BAPTIST CHUKCn ,Boatdrain Baptist Church who had charge of the Devotional News ]is' short, this week, folksare joke turned outdo be an embracing '" ai1
Sunday School. 10 a, m. Morn- Sunday School 10 a. m.: morning ; Mrs. Jimmie Lee, Mrs. Russell busy doing their Christmas situation for a teen-ager at ,

Ing Worship 11 a. m. Training service 11 a. m.; Training Reding Mrs Freeman Crosby Mrs.R. shopping and the'; hundreds of Brooker for the weekend. -.;
Union,;;6:3u p. m. ,Evening' Worship Union; 6:30: p. m.; evening ser- L. Morgan, Mrs: Morris Carter kings'to'be' done l at this special It seeing 'the:'girl's' father bor-

730 p. m. Prayer Meeting vices. 7:30: p. m. and prayer meeting Mrs. Frank Ncrman and yours time of, our year.Don't forget to rowed a pair of handcuffs to hand .
Wednesday 7:30: p m.: Everyone every Wednesday at 7:15: p/m. truly. The program was a discus- look for the time of our Christ- cuff a certain bridegroom to the
welcome.-Rev. Gerald Suggs, pas Rev. Orville Brookins pastor. sion of other religions of other mas program next week becausewe best man after the wedding Saturday -
tor. Everyone welcome. countries. Each lady, with the exception _
: are looking for you and yours night but the bridegroomgave _
I of Mrs. Johns, gave a talk Guess that's all, may God bless him the slip. -

;. -; about a particular religion and led each of you as only He can do.. Later at/ the girl's home a cousin -
in prayer. At the close of the pro- bye now. DON'T FORGET .
as a joke, snapped the cuffson
Special'Christmas Program gram we were honored to have a her wrjsts but when they were .' 4 v .

visiting preacher. Rev. Divine of TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYY9YY' going< to remove them, lo, and behold ?.' '; As you cash your pay check, put aside a portioa '
Melrose who visited of .
the no key The key was lost at in your Savings Account in this bank. Then wfcea
countries discussed by the ,
BROOKERBy the church. to
Starke go the 1 .
FLORIDA THEATRE WMU ladies. He gave an interesting men to look for'the key_but to no : ; you are too old to work, you will have money' .
talk about his '
personal experiences avail. .
Barbara Sue Davis working for you. '
and a short sermon. Poor girl had'to sleep in them .
Everyone enjoyed the evening. .A..A &&&&&...&.&&&&ali and finally Sunday around 2 p.
STARKE, FLA. t Rev. Jones of O'Brien preachedfor '
i Personals m. the cuffs were removed by the

WED. DEC. 24 .. 10:00 A.M. Congregational Hfilbronn Church singing led Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas wand of a vice and "a hacksaw. The
by our
moral of this story is 'never borrow FLORIDA
chorister, Russell Redding with children spent Thanksgiving handcuffs Biik'Scarke
the talented Miss Barbara Jean day with his aunt in O'Brian., or you may find
FEATURING THEROC'N yourself buying a new pair.
Norman at the piano. Also our Mrs. Bishop Thomas and,cMl- Garden! dab at

lovely young ladies, Misses Linda dren were Sunday luncheon guests The Brooker Garden Club.wishes One of 28 Banks In the Florida
Gaskins and Barbara Jean Nor- of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Lewis to announce there, will be three National Group .
RI1YTllllAIRE man sang a beautiful song that Starke. prizes given I for' ,out-door decorations :, ." h ,.
was inspiring to all present. Don't Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and again this Anyonewishing
forget prayer meeting every Wednesday son, Meade, and Mrs. Reed Lewis to '

-<> evening at 7:30: p. m. Also and children of Starke were notify the, club] participate- president, please Mrs. ,, MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION< .
choir practice on Friday nights. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and
Ruth Mizelle Mrs.-Ann Klein-
WENDELL GRIFFIN An invitation is extended to each Mrs. Woodrow Thomas.
man. The Judging will begin at 6
"The Boy That Makes Elvis Blush" of you, your family and your Bobby Thomas of Palatka and p. m. Later the members of the I
friends to come and worship Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonville

-And- whenever and as often as you can. were holiday ,guests of their par-,
Mrs. E. L. Cox wishes to remindall ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas.

MISS RUTH CARD Heilbronn Home Demonstration Thanksgiving Day the Benny

.', "Our Dancing Sweetheart" ": Club members that tomorrow Thomas clan held a family reunion
\t [Friday] evening the club Christmas at the latter's home for thee

f': Plus More Stars ', party will be held in th immediate' family.Those present See The Amazing Display of Lovely .
home of Mrs. Reese Scott at 7:30p. : for the occasion were: Mr. and

EXTRA SPECIAL SANTA WILL HE ON OUR' m. Mrs. Willie Thomas of Titusville : .

STAGE AT 11:30 FOR ALL CHILDREN Mrs. Cornelius Moore, High Mrs. Lela Chesser and daughter d.W' GREEN STAMP MERCHANDISE in the: .
School PTA chairman, urges al Betty Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harvey i ,;, ,

: : -: parents to be present at the High and children of Gainesville and .

School PTA meeting Tuesday I Mrs. R. A. Holden of Hauge. '
Kay Emerson of,Bland was the _

overnight guest of Linda, Sue
'r. 4) Green
'. Thomas,Monday.Mr. 7 Stamj

'. 'i VJ-.\" Gainesville i .'and Mrs.visited Wilbur his Thomas mother of, -

u 0 Mrs. Groover Thomas Monday
,. .' \ 'night of last
../ ; I week.
V Mrs.: Ann Kleinman's mother,

.11 :., tv1k it 8 Mrs. Mary Schulnerich and her
'" aunt. Miss Anna"Schulnerich
and Mobile Store

.O WHITE a friend, Mrs. Dean Bosch of Miami < ,

: aT Q 1. week.visited the Kleinmans last -.," .

vJ Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kelley of ',\ ." \. .,
))) Jacksonville visited >Mr. and Mrs.

:1) :! end.J.Reddish. Andrews over the week V J'r

H. Sowells celebrated his : _
72nd birthday at his home Sunday

WYI at luncheon with'the immediate -
r f 1' family. Those present were:

I Mr and Mrs. J. J. Nipper of Ocala;
Mrs. R. T. McDavid and Mr. and

Mrs. H. A Coleman of Gainesville;
I Give her gleaming! Mrs Cleon! Hazen of Starke: Rev.

and Ms. L. L. Parker and daughter -

Y ( Cynthia, Mr.and Mrs. J. T.
Sowells and children, Mrs. Mattie

; HARDWICKAuToMATIC Sowells and Mrs. Doris Kelley and
children and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby

\ Dyal and son. ..'

Bryant Moor of Alaska is home +,
visitin? his mother. Mrs. Fella

x...., ...., GAS RANGE Moor and brother Buford for a
few days.

Mrs. Mattie Barry, Mrs. Lloyd

Barry. Mrs. Coleman Dees, J. R. 4> ..ADon't
Crews,& A. L. Crews all celebrated
SLIDE'S their birthdays at a big turkey ;

dinner, at the home of Mrs.
\ Mattie Barry' Sunday. .-
Those there for the occasionwere

: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews

S SPECIOL Mr. and Mrs, Billy' Hendrex, Mrs. miss seeing this "store-on-wheels" attractively arranged to show you the vast collection of Mgn
Alma Hendrex.and ,Mr. and Mrs.Alan .
Land Jacksonville: Mr. quality S. & H. Green Stamp merchandise Courteous artendents will be on hand to answer ,your, quesfioiti

i and Mrs. Coleman Dees.- Wanda
about America's oldest best known plan. The that redeems than all ether
I @ i FOK and Douglas Dees, Linda Dale and savings plan more stamps plans

.-' Mr. and Mrs. Chester Dees /of combined. The whole family will enjoy this unique "Store On Wheels." It will be open for your inspector ,
Haines City; Mr. and Mrs. Eldon .
=-' Hardee and daughters AMiss Pat
.- Hobbs and Mr.. and Mrs..Jimmey

1 Crosby and son of Starke; Mr.
and Ms.,A. L. Crews of; WINN-DIXIE Food Store

: Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Barry, Wilbur
\,; i. and Jackie.Barry and Butch, Mr .

1 75.00 and Mrs. N. G. Hayes and: ,sons
N. G. Jr., and Eldrege of Brooker;

PTA Christmas Plans SAVE .
The regular meeting of the AT MONDAY DEC. 15 .

For Your Old Range Brooker PTA was held last Thurs- .,
day night at the school. cafetor- .
Regardless of Condition ium. Mrs. Henderson presented a .FROM 12 NOON I'

program of songs, by the school /*
Final plans,, were made for the UNTIL CLOSING TIME;

Z !! SUPPLY OF Christmas party to be held at the .

Gas FREE! school on the afternoon of, Dec -
19. Chairman for the bags of
The_ "store-en-wheels" is designed to-assist.cutto:
goodies is Mrs. Guy Harrell cochairmen -
BE HAPPY -- GO GAS SL4DE GAS are Mrs. Malcolm Lewis, mers who live more than 20 miles away from' a redemption ..

Mrs. Frank ,Tinney and Mrs. center. Select your merchandise from tfcf

James Temple. gifts on display-then place! your order with
After the class parties Santa will the artendents who will be
ready to serve you.Don't .
visit, each, distribute bags ,

SLADE GAS CO. of Refreshments goodies to each were student.served the 00D Stoa Miss This Opportunity

PTA'members by Mrs W. E. Big-

Next.Door, To.. )Winn-Dixie Phone :WO 4.3551 ham Jr, Mrs Frank,Tinney Mrs. ;.9- .".. ,
1> '
Cecil MPh in and Mrs. J. R. Mott.

'.' Z'14 There will be a Christmas .
Pro, 4 I tzt" s -.,. -
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