Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 18, 1958
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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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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; : I 1 Shopportunity: Jackpot- i'To' Be Given Away Friday NightThe I

Christmas shopping promo- I awarding the extra cash The other promotion program to encourage night. S. R. Hicks, city employee,I I ble Anderson; I man Jones;

tion in Starke will come to a climax Friday stubs, as well as all other shopping, in'the Starke hit the jackpot, winnmg four of Towel sets from Stump's, Ann Globe from Bradford County

: stubs; 'should be turned in toy/: the trading' 'c nter.' Details will be the prizes with the large number I Jones; I Telegraph, E. C. Smith;
Friday night at' 8 o'clock
when merchants at 8 p.m. Friday at announced as developed. of coupons he had obtained with Waste basket and tissue holder Santa Claus light from ? as.
the will
Shopportunity pot the Bradford County Telegraph. Cooperating 'merchants will, remain the purchase of a suit of furniture: from Bullington's, Olivia Good wcrthy's, Susie Hillard. _

I be emptied and all money above After the Friday stubs have open 'Friday and Saturday) last Friday. He won the bedspread man; Tie and socks set from Alvarez

expenses given away, in, additionto been used for the $5 1)171 awards, nights until 8 p.m.Jor the convenience from Olen's a rug from I Hammer from J & J Building Store, Linda Allen; _

the regular $50 cash awards; they will be added to the regular i of shoppers, and'will also bet Stump's costume jewelry from Supplies Mrs. Claude Crowson; I I Lamp from: Shepherd's Kadio4;

The extra money will be given stubs and used tor the grand I open until 8 on Monday, Tuesday, : Williams Jewelry, and Mrs. Hicks Television table from Den-.I TV, J. B. White;

away $5 at a time, and will go to awards of$25, ,$la, and $10. I and Wednesday, Dec. '22. 23, 24. won a gold bracelet from Gem mark's, Ruth Douglas; I I Shirt and socks trom Barks.dale's *

Li This will be the last will remain all I from Leila's Susie Beulah Thornton.
in the crowd. Merchants Shoppor They open day Jewelry. Lady's purse ,
persons i
tunity Party under the, current Wednesday, Dec. '24. I Other Showcase winners were: Hilliard; I Step table from Elrod Furniture
are asked to keep stubs
given I program. It is expected that the In spite of cold weather, a large Carving Set from Koch's, Mrs. Set of glasses from Starke Co., Bonnie Crews;

with Friday sales in a' separate' cooperating merchants will meet crowd turned out for the Shoppor-1 Vernon Silcox; I Hardware, Rosamae Starling; Lamp from Priest's Store, Ver-
::1 box and these will be used in early in the new year to map an- tunity Showcase awards Friday! Sweater from Eagle's Mrs. Ver-! Boys shirts from Robbins'. Her- ble Anderson. '

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Juries Award Prison To Be Presented, Cantata Bradford Fared School Bids Termed 'High'

_J 301 I Landowners Friday NightOne Better Than MostIn r"I'" ,.,-!:--" .... ,'.- \--..... _

./ __4 $$129,506 Costs the annual of the Christmas season's Cantata highlights at, '58 ,RecessionNew Board Delays

the State Prison will be presentedto _

7I Condemnation suits in connection the public Friday night, Dec. figures, recently released, Final Decision

with rights-of-way for widen- I throw the first light on just how _

ing U. Si: 301 North were concluded 19. in the prison chapel. The per- : Bradford County held up during

I MELONS FOR CHRISTMAS e in Circuit coUrt here last week formance will begin at 1 8 p.m., but the 1957-58 recession. The an- Until

ui a surprisingly short time. The visitors should arrive at the prison swer, in a 'nutshell, is better Monday

Watermelons for Christmas? "Picked a water bucket full just quick wind-up was due to many about 7:20. than most communities. %

Well almost.] I last night," Mr. Epps proudly settlements being made without The music program will be coordinated Retail business locally continuedat ; Bids higher than estimated _

This 25-pound beauty was pick- roclaims. resorting to Jury trial. with the showing of a a surprisingly good pace. Although costs caused a temporary setbackin

ed on December 8 by Bill l Epps in Bill explains that the tomatoes, County Clerk Charles A. Darby film strip of paintings of the great personal income declined L Bradford County's new school _
during the second half of 1957,
said that out of $231,136 placedin
his which the
Saratoga Heights yard. masters portray storyof
after giving them a crop, died it came back well in are first six construction program as the _
Kay, the Epps' four year old the registry of the court by Christmas.
back if with blight.,In the fall Board cf Public Instruction opened -
as months. of this year, due_ in part
daughter, is pictured above with the State Road Department, a total Included will be two well-known
bids projects to be for
on paid
they started to again and to increased unemployment insurance
her dad. smiling in anticipationof of $129,506.46 was awarded by choruses from the "Messiah"
the time when the melon will have been producing abundantly.He Jury verdicts in the 29 cases that payments and Federal by a $450,000 bond issue. _
Handel, and Bach's Christmas old-age pensions. The board received bids_ on four _
be to cut for dessert.A said they had no extra care came to trial. This does not in- Li '
ready chorale. A double quartette will .: .. projects but until
The'survey, which measures the postponed Mon _
during the summer because it
"volunteer, the vine came up dude payments made directly by
sing special arrangements of some
in the Epps' garden where rind was thought they had ,finished the State Road Department economic strength of localities Successful! bond bidder William E. Johnson! (second from day its decision on whether 'or _
of the best-loved carols, and the
throughout the country, is for the pot to award contracts. School _
and seeds of a melon purchasedlast producing. parcels settled out of court. The program will be opened with an right), representing Bell & Hough, Inc. of St. Petersburg, is '
fiscal year'ending June 30, 1958. Superintendent H. P. Morgan said
summer had been thrown. Gardening is strictly a hobby law requires double the amount of organ and piano duet, "A Christmas It was compiled by the Standard shown with Bradford County School Board members ((1-r) E. A. the lowest bid ran about $30,000 _

The Epps family have also been with Bill, of course. During work- the appraised value ,to be deposited Fantasia." The performancewill Rate and Data Service. Sapp, 1). %V. Starling, Thornton Johns, and Supt. H. P. Morgan. higher than had been estimated.
second ing hoars he is discount telleratthe in suits scheduled for _
picking tcmatoes, a crop be climaxed with an unusual Residents of Bradford County, The bond interest rate was considered favorable, but the He said the board needed time to
from their spring vines. Florida Bank at Starke. trial. _
of the
and exciting arrangement it shows had a net income in the board ran into a roadblock when It opened construction bids! consider whether to reject the _
Verdict, returned, ranged in "
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year, after payment'of taxes, of this week bids or (cut''out some phases of _
amounts from $150 to $14,750.This The chorus is composed entirely 9392000. This was actually the proposed projects. _

Council TakesA New Ordinance highest amount was awarded of' inmates, ,32 in number, who higher 'than the amount available II In the meantime the board and _

to Angelo Melt for 0.985 acres, have been working for three to them in fiscal 1957, the pre- For More Efficiency its architect will review plans

including the entire frontage of a months under the direction ot a recession ; when it was $ _____
year and see where [and ifJ J costs can
Dim View Curbing TrailersIs motor court. The SRD appraisalon fellow ,inmate in preparing this 307,000. U'.I trimmed. Morgan said one alternative -
this property'was $14.602.
outstanding- :program. Per household, determmed by I Council Changes Registration Rules he would look into Is
Some of the'other. larger settle
The public is 'cordially invitedto I
dividing this amount by the number -: borrowing additional money on _
Of Tree InvokedThe ments were: attend: of households,' it' represented next year's school funds. This will
Expense Anthony Cermenaro [Torena Council voted Tuesday and helped :Mr. Crosby with the
spendable income of 2661. City have to be checked with the State

!: Motel] $4,500.,, "Appraised..,. "r'value, ''Jfn ',Bradfotd_ ""'Couijty,1? :: most night .to change the form of tne project. used the .:Department of Education:

City Council Is still up a stump first case to come in con 2,611 Growers Approve other placesa; considerable a. city voters""registration book, jat The forms by 'county Bids, were received, from eight
Elizabeth Noegel, $3,000. Appraised mount of ibis the suggestion of'A. L. Crosby Jr. are in triplicate, with each of the '
en its tiee removal and care pro- flict with the new trailer' ordinance power and firms with the lowest 'being approximately -
was heard toy City Council value 2923. was withheld from the market. The new method of keeping three signed by the registrant 434000. The board
blem as estimates of costs of tree
Schcll [tm'Rancho' Motel will facilitate work at the filed separately. One is ktfpt in
C. L.
surgery' services were discussed Tuesday night when Mrs. Marian Tobacco Code People hesitated going into big names had estimated the 'projects would

Tuesday night' and the matter Howe appeared at the meeting.Mrs. $5,053. Appraised value :$3,869. item 'buying1! .such as automobilesand polls, according to Mr. Crosby a master file, one goes to' the cost around 400000.

Howe has two trailers L. S. Tanner $9,718. Appraised and Charles Hardy, who was also voting place and one stays in the ,
temporarily tabled.Counciman on large electrical appliances, Jack Moore, the board's architect -
her property, both connected with value $8,481.Kayo which are usually bought on the at. the meeting. Since both men dfice.
] J. D. Doyle, street In Monday VoteBradford According to City Clerk Carl said that more than likely all
Investment Corp. 4085. installment, have been poll workers for many
utilities, including sewer. The- ordinance plan.
chairman submitted estimates well aware of the Johns the new method will, be an jobs will have to be re-bid This
value 6206. sears, they are
which went into effect Appraised They spent more'on food and
from Sapp Tree' Co. of Palatka improvement and he believes that will require a minimum of three
in November, provides. among Fred and Anna Taccia [Sor- soft goods and put the rest of it need.
for work on either a contract orhouily ,County tobacco grow- forms will be similar to the present clerical help can handle reeks, as bids have to be advertised -
other things that no house trailers rento Restaurant 16000. Appraised into savings. At the. same time, The new for that length of time.
basis. On an hourly basis to the new
allot- and Mrs. the change-over
the tobacco in the
ers approved those county
value. $12,583.
may be parked on lots within they were working down their accumulated -
for crew and equipment ($12] it system in time 'for 'the next elec- This will delay until the end
the city limits without the, writ- ment program at, the polls Mon debt, putting them- Marian Crosby, County Supervisor
was figured 'that removal of an : loaned forms tion in Sept. 1959.Christmas of January the start of cerstrur-
ten consent of at least twothirdsof day by overwhelming vote of selves into' .sounder financial of Registration,
average tree or stump would cost 3 Games tion on .the new Southside'
residents within 200 feet of Cage '
around $100. Demossing and ., 63 for to one against. Sixty-four position. Starke elementary school which

trimming a tree requiring an esti- the site. out'of' the total number of 106 Even 'so, retail stores locally ac Rotarians Enjoy Program the board hopes to have completed -

mated or two days, would The ordinance does not apply to in the countedfor a ,sturdy' $10,557,000 by next September.The .
one tobacco growers county TableauAt
trailers already on the property or With% Lake Butler in the, year, notes the sIms re Christmas Party And
cost between( $100 and $200, Council voted. four projects on which
: to regular trailer parks but trail port. It was actually higher than
figured. Present needs of the Members of the Starke Rotary Baptist ChurchThe bids were opened were the new
the Since the county only one
er parks according City the -volume done in the prior
at this rate would run their annual Christ elementary school in Starke, an
city, of extra cot- Club enjoyed
Code, must 'be in areas designatedas grower staple $10,315,000.The .
around $8.000. it was estimated. industrial or commercial. Mrs.Howe's Friday NightThree ton, only one vote was cast in year excess" otTsales over income mas party and poetic field day choirs of the First Baptist Lex auditorium at Bradford High
EstLnates from other tree servIces Wednesday when gifts were exchanged Church of Starke and School cafeteria at Lawtey Junior
is in this election. The is J.
property a grower locally was due to the influx ot
will be obtained, and the V.Edwards and he voted for con- shoppers' from surrounding areas. and original "poems" Green, minister of music, will I High, and cafetorium and additional -
addi- basketball games are each member. present a Christmas program and classrooms at Anderson
price of buying or renting read about
In conflict with the ordinance is
Tile buyer "caution of a year ago
tional equipment for the cityto slated for BHS gymnasium Friday trols.The Most original gift was a "gold- tableaax this Sunday night at Junior High (tcoloredl. Lawtey
trailer which was moved on
one tobacco harvested last is gradually turning to buyer enthusiasm -
night when boys' A and B crop David Roberts has writtenthe
use itself will be investigated.It to the property in the latter partof summer brought Bradford grow- 'as the fear of recession plated pe-can'tree" presented by 7:30.: ; Firms submitting bids Tuesdaywere
was said that if other esti- November, after another trailer squads and the girls team all Bob Edmondson George Kope- program "The Christmas East Coast Construction Co..
The restored confidenceis
total of $39,723.74 for 77.- wanes.
ers a "
mates are equally high, the city had been moved. meet Lake Butler quints. The B in the sales lousos for the future new addition Angels. Jacksonville! ; Foxworth-Runk. St.

will attempt the work with its I squad game will start at 6 p. m., 624 pounds sold. Average price seen brightening to the Garden Restaurant. The five choirs ranging in age I Augustine: Parker Construction!

Mrs Howe was advised by the followed by the girls, with the A was 51.2.. '* picture. to from 4 through adults, will
own employees.., Special gifts were presented years I Co., Jacksonville; A. W. Smith &
ccuncil that if she obtained the
At me suggestion of Light- I written consent of her neighborsthat squad boys in the nightcap. I, the club pianist, Mrs. L. J. Green, sing Christmas, anthems well I Son and Rov Thompson & Sons,
All three Bradford teams returned and Kd known and loved. The 'congregation -
and to David Montgomery j Leeburg; Triest Construction Co.,
Plant Superintendent R. S. Was- the trailer could stay, other-
home victorious Tuesday and Assistant 'will in singing Carols
r Cole, Scoutmaster join i Keystone Heights; Cooper Con-
din. the Council empowered him
wise the law requires that it be after to Hawthorne.The ,, 70, which is Outlaw leader:
to have city pumps checked dur- moved from the property. night a trip .' : l Scoutmaster of Troop with Lavern song I struction Co. and Tassinari Construction -

ing cold weather when water con- boys' A squad won their ,. '.,. ,. '. -I, ,, sponsored by the club. A candlelight service will close the Co.% Gainesville.
game 66-42; B squad racked up a It was announced that no meet- program with all present partici I

sumption is low. Code Revision 39-27 victory: and the girls came : ing will JDB hel5 next week ,since pating. ....
Troop 70 Holds
At the request of Police Chief :
through with a 41-27 win. ',; the regular meeting date falls on i The 'public is cordially invited

Riley Sweat, through Mayor W. 'Is ConsideredBy Armond Rivers, with a total of -' f,1..... Christmas Eve. The next meeting to attend this and all regular services -Court Of Honor, -
T. Jackson it was voted to purchase ,
16, was Tornado high scorer in will be on Dec. 31. of the church.Mechanical .
a camera for use by the ,4Ic- Troop 70 of the Boy Scouts of
while Tom
CouncilContact the A squad game,
police department in photographing Tatum came through with 14, and : Lighting Contest Drawing America 'had its monthly Court t>f
accident scenes for official Honor last Thursday Dec. 11 The
Terry Futch 11.
reports. will be made with a Added.To Adult following awards were presented< :
For the Bradford B squad Mari Rules Are Given
In other action the Council: firm specializing in city code revisIon ,_ 3 c :. Robbin Coley, Life Saving andwimminf
Approved a $10 Christmas bon- on Cottle and Johnny Devore ; Education Classes
by city attorney A. J. .. J, I Merit Badees: Second
and businesses are -
us .for each of the city's 53 employees shared top honors, each accounting Homeowners I I
Thomas Jr at the request of the annual Class Scout Leroy Griffis, Mart
reminded to enter the
Mechanical Drawingwill
for 12 points. t A class in
: City Council Tuesday night for Jackson! : First Class Sfout Kat>-
Helen Kelly scored 26 points to Christmas lighting contest being be added to the courses offered
,Ordered four more street.lights the purpose of reassembling, the the I 'bin Coley, Donny Thompson.
this jointly by
sponsored year !
lead, 'the Bradford girls. by the Adult Education pro-
for the Raiford Road [SR 161 to
city code Garden and,the Chamber of
: Bradford County begin
Lose To PaJatka gram of ,
be installed within the city limits: Since the present code is in a lost their ', ,,, : Commerce. Cash prizes will be ning Monday, Jan. 5. 'Meter ReadersTo
Instructed City, Attorney A. J. The A squad boys .
bound book additional ordinances awarded r in the contest which is the I ILlStructor. or ,
who will be
opening game with Palatka Thurs- Bill l Costello Don' Uniforms
to draw ordinance -
Thomas an
cannot be added in proper Sections day night of last week when a Members of Beta Sigma Sorority are ''pictured as they take open to all persons residing with has requested all interested ""
the Council and
enabling to make them easily accessible in the city limits of Starke. So You'll Know 'em
Board of Adjustments to make veteran Putnam High team eked Inventory suppplks ,in their Cancer Closet project., Left to persons to contact him I
: Those wishing to enter the con-
changes in the zoning code. work will be asked out a 59-55 victory over the Tor- right: Mrs. Ben Moxley, Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. Joseph Warren test may register by mailing a at: the USO building, telephoneWO City meter readers will soon be
Price for the 4-3071, or to register the I
nadoes. Jim Hobbs was high scorer ,' of the Mrs. James Bloodworth, and Mrs. and,
president group postcard or by applying in personto in uniform a new system or
from the City Recording Co. with for BHS with 18 points. night of the first class which will'
News Needed Early Olin White Jr. ![n. White is chairman ,of the project which the Chamber of Commerce of- meter reading and utility billing
7 to
offices in Tallahassee. This comp- The Bradford girls squeezed outa be held in the USO building,
and other sick-room to fice on Temple Ave. will go into effect at the beginning -
dressings supplies patients.
Week BecauseOf over- Palatka in ,the 10 p. m.Tax ,
Next 39-38 win
any has done similar work for Only exterior and interior displays of 1959, according to a decision

preliminary game. Charlene Dennis that visible from the reached Council at
Xmas HolidaysThe cities throughout the nation and are by City
was high scorer 'with ;20 street ..ill.ibe considered in judging Collection.. its Tuesday night eeting.
in Florida, including Jack- '. : ,
many -
.BSP Cancer Closet Fills'A -
Telegraph will be printed on sonville. Part of the service will points. Beat Macclenny. Need the contest. All displays must Ahead Of Schedule Uniforms have been ordered for

Wednesday next week instead of be lighted between tne hours ot I the meter readers so that the men

Thursday, due to the Christmas be to keep up to date by insertion Last Friday night the*:Tornadoes 6:30: p.m. and 11 p.m. on Dec. 22, Bradford County Tax Collector will be easily recognized as city,

holiday. of ne* ordinances in the loose A squad outscored Macclenny Although Beta Sigma Phi is a rcom .supplies. The young womei 1 23, and 24. J. R. Kelly has reported more than' employees with an official purpose

All correspondents! club publicity l leaf books as they are passed. 76-64 in a racehorse game in social orga iization the 30 or so members "of Beta Sigma Phi can Three cash prizes will ''be given $200,000 in 1958 ad valorem tax when they are on your premises.

chairmen, ministers, and others the BHS gym: Tom Tatum led>the members have many civic projects the, mOleyO buy this equipment't for the best home (outdoor) collections to date. This represents In order to spread the work of,

having items for: publication in School Out' Friday scoring 'for Bradford, 'with 18 which they carry on each by .giving entertainments, dance:J lighting 'and decorating display, close to 70 per cent of a : meter reading and billing it was

the next issue are asked to have points. year f and raffling" off items. Currently',2nd' one prize for the best com- total $299,369.26 to be collected. | decided to have two of the eight

their in our office not later For The HolidaysBradford The Tornado B squad also won For the last three years the they have a beautiful big dol 1 mereial (business) display. Tax payments are coming in at'i' books of listings read each week.

than its game with Macclenny '22-14. Cancer ,Closet hai;.been a main whose extensive wardrobe wa S Judging will be,based on artistic a brisk rate, Kelly said, and are Bills will then be sent out as of

This issue, dated December 25. County students and with Johnny Devore scoring 11 project with the 'organization. made"by members' of the sororit;r merit originality, lighting technIques ahead of this time last year. the date read and will become de

will be the regular Christmas teachers will be dismissed l''nday! points. Starting with a few bandages and and includes every kind of costume ,. and. ingenuify. Any appro- Persons paying their taxes in linquent 20 days after bill date.

greeting issue. of The Telegraph for the usual Iwo-weTS Christmas The Bradford,* girls _won their dressings for cancer patients the that 'a well-dressed dol 1 priate Christmas theme may be December are allowed a three per Notices wul be mailed to an city

and all businesses find individuals holidays. Classes will be resume game with Lake City the' same I I I 'closet" has grown to include, a would need: for any social occa ued. cent discount. A two per cent discount subscribers before the new'' method

wanting to reserve :spare should at the regular time on Monday, niaht 42-34. .with Susan Slade hospital'bed which loaned free sion. She is apparently a ver:r Judges will be invited' from out is allowed in January, and goes into effect, (.CRy Cleric Carl
contact us tlii.s.weekend. Jan. 5. scoring 17,points'for high_ ," onors. of- charge- -and various,-other-sick- [Continued Page 61. -lown. one per cent in February. Johns said., -_ -_ _-_ _- .

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:: editorial attention to other.55 birds. rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT parents Mr. and Mrs. H, H. Lewis. At The Florida )

Former's Diary Mrs. E. C. Lewis of Rising and
Now we have more time to PINE LEVEL Mrs.Paul Faulkner of Starke visited -
Doris Dad and Rctl! ftL WJd-
study, and
Ji are busy with -Bart- Mrs. W. /C. Conner'and Mrs.
nark team for laughs.
in "The
Merchants, See, the Light zr Bjr Sam McGarvr? ram's Travels,. Peterson's'Field' Mrs. H. M. McKae H, H. Lewis Sunday afternoon. Tunnell of Love," film version of
... Guide to the Birds and a Forest
At I. Mrs Sue Myrick and Mrs. Robert the comedy hit that
t. The 'Shopporl ity Cash Awards Party to be Fred Moore was telling us, last ry' S nfce'book on trees, and other -. *S Myrick and children visited Broadway for a year ran. on

"'. held.tfrisiFriday I '' ; "''rfig'h't will bring to a close thV pegk, shout,oqe; year wjaen the sources of information.5. Pille'livel We had wonderful services at the H. M. McRaes Friday after Gig Young and Gia Scala" co-,
Baptist Church last
hit it just right.for noon.
growers .
?' current.phase of cooperative promotion staged star in this humorous view,of J fein
Alice is trying to learn the difference Sunday with good attendance,
Christmas. "We had a good crop James A. McRae SN., left for
the suburbs. It
by of ild"twent\ leading Starke mer- that year in time fcr the holidays between, slash and lcb- even though it was raining. Our duty at Cape Hatteras N. C. last tells the ttarycf
.*,, chants. Started last ..April,. this successful promotion ," he said, "and all the:berry lolly pine and while it may sound pastor Rev. W. E. Hall broughtthe Saturday. He has completed his attempts a young to couple whose desperate
adopt a baby i into
w has-done 'much,. not only to promote gro wers' had money for Christ simple, v: e've hard some "experts"in message.Mr. classified training course in Key all sorts of pitfalls. run
Starke as a trading center, but to c6nvinc *' ter when they try to explain it.i of Cocoa Miss Day and Widmark, are
n merchants of the power: of cooperative effort. spent Saturday night leave recently. He is the son of seen as Augie and ta
Bitter,, cold, ice and with Guy's parents Rev and Mrs. and James Mc- Poole,
The'7iew snow up The farmers who have Mrs Mrs. Wesley
1.see greens
year"wi : in the chairmanship ,,
change married
,, a young couple, .
: with ,a
north, and here we have watermelons "strike it rich" if the"cold All of which may sound silly to Hall. Rev. Hall and Guy visited
of the Starke Merchants may Rae.Mr. charming reconverted
Retail Associa- barn in
coming in [at least one], weather continues up-country and some people, but the longer we Rev. Hall's brother in Lake City and Mrs. Gene Petches of Ute
tion. The outgoing chairman, Harry Elrod Jr. has flowers blooming, berries'ripening Stays; away from here. There area live the greater appreciation we Hospital Saturday. We also wish Jacksonville were visitors of the sinet.suburbs, but no baby in the bas.

11 done 9 commendable job during the past"year and and the fine color green everywhere lot of good patches. of turnips, have for the wonders of Nature him a speedy recovery. ,
i H. M. MeRaes afternoon
it1 under' hs'! lock. As the Irish and I the' universe. And like the Monday There is plenty of saucy, sophisticated
was leadership\ that the Shoppor- you would mustard.and collards around ,thecounty Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender and
I-l T.f tunity program was developed and the greatest say, ";::3ur and Bradford County and 'if the growers get a character"cf' Kipling's, we have Daughter, Geraldine and son, and.. spent Monday night with Mr. entertainment .in. tie

. S. strides' made toward a cooperative program, by 'tis a fine place to. live.** ( break they'll be able to turn that En 'satiable,, curiosity.' James were dinner guests. Satur- and; Ms./T. N. Norman and Ger- unwinding of this complicated domestic
1' our merchants. S. green.. field into a big wad of f day, of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Good ald. We were all dinner guests of mix-up and Doris. Pay
: And it's more lakes we're hav-,: greenbacks.! Alice now has garden room man of Starke. the Normans and Gerald brought has a chance to sing two numbers,
With the advent of the new year, it is likely ing these days. Along US 301 there including the title song "In the
seeIt 'that is fast getting full of plants Paul_Faulkner Jr of Starke wasa us home. "
: that the revised with are new ones t Tunnel of Love
cooperative program'will be a number of and will dinner
soon be 10 years since and, now we added. to it a tomato guest of his cousin We have been having some cool
new'features added, or pferhaps completely changed the first thing we know there"will ** Yvonne
: some be fish in them. we pointed, our old station wagon (.volunteer! and a berry plant Saturday. weather, now we call it cold Infant Kelly
but kind of cooperative effort will undoubtedly Miss Geraldine Fender and weather, but we can thank Floyd ,
a a "Nellie Belle" southward and left from our old patch across the 4
: maintained l during the new year. our, snow-bound home in East mother visited relatives in Theressa Crosby for keeping us supplied Patrick Kevin Kelly. Infant sqn
From all reports, the berries are After
highway. all, it is nice to
1 In a survey taken several weeks ago, the cooperating oing! fine. Hear that Mr. Orange, N. J. When we boughtthe Monday afternoon with oil for our heater. of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. K -
-merchants were unanimous in their opin Wesley Crews have a fine old Charlie Dinkins' farm arid\ look at plants, but it is fun to Mrs. B. P. Thomas and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Parker of ly of Starke. died Dec 10 in :.Ala-

: ion'' that' Shopportunity Days program had planting and that the W. A. Ty- first scoutedaround, the $0 serfs eat, too. Kenneth and Dwight of Brooker Starke were visitors of Mr. and chua General Hospital, shortly
been good for business 'in Starke, and declared lers have 28.000 of both 90's and we said we would learn the namesof 1 attended church here and were Mrs. A. R. McRae Sunday after after birth.

: their desire to have'it' or something similar, con Missionary plants. There must be all the trees, shrubs flowers, Our "heat'pump" had its first dinner guests of Mrs. Thomas' noon. Funeral services were ,held {In
: tinued in the future? some fruit around and we wons d* birds on the place. good workout this last weekwhenwe A. R. McRae and father, H, M. Hillcrest Memorial Park with Rev.
der if' anyone will have "Berriesby A 5ai had a cold snap. And we still know yet how much it costs to McRae. made a business trip to Sheppard Bryan officiating., ..Wil
In, theif promotion efforts, Starke merchants Christmas. When i we were scratching a living 'can't get over the miracle bf having Jacksonville Monday afternoon. liams-Thomas Funeral Home of

: are taking a."tip from those in nearby cities out of the soil, we had little warm air piped to every room run't Mr., and Mrs' V. E. Thornton of Gainesville was in charge of ar-

: where everything" short of a'three-ring'; circus i ; is' time 1-:o identify the named}of the and the whole thing controlled by The next time you pass by why tarke and their children visited rangements. '

: being staged to Attract cy stomers'into'the stores.In jkf plants, trees or birds. When the thermostat so you don't have to do rot come in and see our new theH. M. McRaes Friday night, WANTED Clean cotton-Rap I ,

/ Tahip3? mefrnsritsu built* aft1, artificial'! snow! u larks' were pulling! up our: ,corn snything but 'sit still and feel home? We'll greet you as they do Mrs. J. E. MoRae ana: childrenof No Pants. No Shirts,,,Must fy

: slide, 'igbt'in the heart of, the; biisinfes'district.i and peas, or the robins eating our ccmfortable. But we'haven't had in i, the country, "Get out and Starke spent part of last week Cleat., Bradford County Teler' -

: In Gainesville they?set *up cafmvarrides'on; the, 't berries.... we were too busy to. pay our electric bill yet, so we- don't come in.. with; Mr. a.AJy-. J,.W..: >112_;Ra.*... ,.- .e __ ....._ .. ,

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courtifogse' grounand: glebe' freepass 1f to 1 ,
: chil ,accoinpaiiiea'by '''paTem s Int :: Ja'clioi>l. TI1 r e u
vilie 'sfiopphncenterS'Vromofe&'ail' a ,
:thaJyarioo .1 .
+ kinds"}of: giveaways* other gimmicksHo" PdSfddilediBt' -
l I
: tract.t tj&.::crowd', 4 .,

:: JSmalLtown! ,'merchants-must their own,. garnV: beat'these- suffei'the'bigicifjr' :' : Alice McGarveJlMerry WE R I R I ST MAS TO ALL

pconsequences merchandisers.,:, J ss'o.t business' to'the1 big-townS from' a'long' Christmas time' everybody We' cant i II I I Ii i .

: Thai? lyhjr'we c, efieye'' i Stark')merchantsVill tell. yoil how"long-ago, but'we'can. A

get together."earlyafter: Christmas and map:a' tell 'y6u'what'some' of you as"kedrSanta .

: programi'pfp; .mpttojial effort, for' the' entire *' Claus to bring you' when

: y ar:,>: Shbpportunity should 'be'just'the'bginning. &. you' were wee< ittle' ones. -

.. Bigger-arid better ideas should be ,One.. Christmas. Herbert Durden i : .t

:1 forthcoming>r ,It' ':rtft: i J S Hampton, [he'll have to tell you ,, .., -" :'7::' _, ': ,t; .. I '
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c how many years"' agol) wrote San- ., 4.' "'"'.1 .".-,'.'. ; .. ...... "I .......... .", : I
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Another .Boosrfor 30)': ta" Claus'I the following: "I 'would ; !.t !f'fr" t : ,
like, to'have' a nice' soldier suit <
:E'1 R > "
and two sets of'Tinker toys, ands
: .
Even thdugh not', n our immediate it '
area, was few other things if; you have
: good netstS\fhts't\Ve: ()'} ;! that work is'sche them. Now, Santa, I am also writing ;

duled to; begmiby December 26 on a .$999,556 l for my little, sister Hilda.She_.
,: fowl htxiik!:road! instruction project from the would like for you to bring her a
: b|adolCo unit 'line'north on U. S. 301 through nice big doll and one that can I '

Island. tJrove.v shut her! eyes,and 1ot''of otherthings _
if4 you have 'them. Please f.
: Nel t nntproV&fleiits,on 30l, anywhere'along' Santa'don't forget the''little'Belgium .

a the'line, 'fr6irifBajtimore: Did, to Sarasota, Fla. children and my little friend \,,
: are 'alira I 'welcome l<: here ':because they indicate Eugene Henry who lives here.. < ,.

S recognition t e;! importance of this major1l0rth7soyt i r t e / W% \

"'highway:\ 'that, brings morethan'5,00: 0 Little 'Lucille Mitchell'was short 'd, ,,' r . ff
and to the :She" wrote
cars point. :
a day.through Starke. .
"Please: bring me a china cabinet ; ... ,
If w s':nl i;eligouraghtoh : learn last week o f and a doll bureau and bring a little % "'.;;':, .- : '

: interest on"thdof': 'StateRoadBoard mem.. table and chair." All ready'to .. 'f i.. f(:: ... l 'j'jt
MW .
ber1 EaiC'P set j /
: ersTJr'impriiv'ements; to the road up housekeeping.. '

: In norfhWtH'-Brailfpfd a'conference! witlrepresenfative.soi) .County! J line ,to the'Sfer,>3 ald fi1!,. Although Merrill.* McMillan was'too I I r ,..x. \i', I _______
f; e
: and Bradford Counfy Chamber Corrimeree''Mr' young to write his own letter' /
S he promised to try to be a good ,
Powers"said he;had 'recentl y," noted the bad con little boy 'til Christmas. His list

: dition "of-301 -south bf'Baldwin and promised included a soldier's suit, a cap

: see >'thaf"sorriefthing-is"d6ii'e' ( to get it in "better'. pistol and case a pair of gloves,
sh pc. a train,'a railroad track and depot

: All .efforts'td and a toy automobile
improve the
301 route 'si \1ld'b e .
: continued and", ,ftepped up,' especially view'of All the boys wanted and ,rr
: the eurrent promotion'being done on an alternate1"route soldier's suits. Tommie Williams /y a 4

1 to'the'west -of usr: U. S. 301, will retain its must.have had.a hearty appetite

: preeminence If"a tourist route if''it Is' maintained -' because: beside pistol and"caps;

-- properly and im'proy'eX:' : W it is allowed to de- re 'asked for.'candy; pecans, ap-" .

teriprate,'-however,. it'will ,lose'its popularity and pIes:; oranges' ; nuts' and :"8' few',

: yield much of Its .traffic to'newer'more; modern pennies'. "you canspm'e'them'inthese ,
"hard war-times."
He' also'promised
to be ,
a good boy.
1 w :

: TheCrtWsOut ttf: # Step Florence Andrews wanted a big )
doll, doll f
: a carriage 'and a 'wristA'a'tCh gr
-1-.t- ,
She also put in a request ,
"Thei/ramers -
: of
our Constitution'never1
inS for her little
Leila' Dea:
tended'sare theAmericm $ureu' Fedora 1 who '
she said,
: tion :inns' } a pistol, .. /
resoluttoilradopted! witFiout'oppositio n' csps'and, a Dutch ''doll." -' .-
: at 'it& reeei3t:BostOn"'conti'ention; S.'. ,: .' ,
inat, mere .
S: shouldest'l ) ,,. in, the} Supreme Court of the The modest request of Elizabeth i'j.,... ",.,,
1 Unltet( ; Sfa-t d" P9t" t|, o Jegislate l power to dis Andrews_ was a cow-girl suit and -'._',, ':..'>

: tort the'tlain' > \'I langtiage_ of the (Constitution, or a goldfish ':- I.

po wertO'nterd. ,with matters !of purely State ? _.__
A 'practi a1'little '
'lass '" ;
Martha ; _
: l local cone fr : _
or rp .where constitutional: privileges Virginia Weeks wanted I ; 0':' .
% : ; a rocking = ,
., and" immunities of citizens are in no way bring 'chair for my desk that Momma ;:. :.: ,. ,, ..r.: la' m em.e 't1lt
1 1 ed.. and Papa are going to give r ', : ": rc:: e8 : (

The resolution urged that Congress prescribe me. handkerchiefs, candy andso.m t p\ Cln Sf111Qg Of IJI3I
: proper:limitations- the court's jurisdiction perfume." She added; 1 am'over ;:

: that* It-enact-"coyrec; 've'or and I at 'Grandpa's. < I \ rr. JAi1ff
conforming legislatidn '> ,; -, 3.) for CqftOK !
1 i in:th'ose fields'where the Supreme urt ha' Jessie Mae Baisden takingno ,
: invaded the legislative l area." chances of '4/ & ...... ,
Santa getting 'the ::t :: /Y ( 1g?KINGJt/ ,p4..

S ""there Asone.former.'rCongressman is not a.word in the Constitution pohSts\ that'says'' out' vanity wrong Items case,:fshe For'"in wrote asking' "Go for to a ; ." L ,

: a Supre ,Court judgement is 'the law 'of the Mr. Cason's and get me- one 'of
Jan l '; there'is nof warn that those little pink boxes. It has a '
: .. a says public ,officials
i looking glass and powder puff. r/ (4Y//, v
or private citizens rare legally bound by I a decision She alsoT wanted some' fruit and

: oft PP.P.i-ent' 'Court' '(except I the parties candy. And added '"Please goto % > Fy.., .:.r.i.rr/r/; !. !:.!"%i+h./ir ,: r/ /W/
S tlie'parbcular'useItself): There is not-a word Mr. Mitchell's and get me'. a box r,

1 infthe Constitution that'givesthe; Supreme Court of candy; one that is brown and ,

: the power, or 'right,'to.enact,. a law', or'to amend white spotted.S It.costs. 25 tens .

1 the Constitution by giving it a meaning that the \ ,
'r. .
Giving ...
a good reason'for .
: Santa ..
proposing: tCongress r'i gratifying tate' legisla- to, ': -* ',,,< lr <
stops by her house; Geraldine! : : -
: tures, or the people, not intend .
"did i it to have. Silcox told him that she was on ; .
It it'tinie'for'Congress'to'' assert its\ prerogatlyes -'. the Honor Roll'' every month. She"

t and'it responsibility to thep"eople. .Wehave wanted (a pair of skates, 'a 'bi,' : All' during :'theHChristaias-fun1.-' 1

t 'face.STjnto'terable j ? situations before, andsometnhfi rubber doll and a ,doll 'house. For:, .
lS ) found"'orderly ,and dignified solu-: her brother Junior; she.asked for "
: tions. Our need for a big play gun and a car, "for his for the cold taste e
: greater* *, ?VI '. -: statesmanship hove. ,' cards torn up" # ; a party ,or a pause, enjoy SIGN' OF GOOD T sfi -

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Your editor, when he gas ,lit- ; J *i -T- t '
I a '... ,the,cheerful hlift of Coca-Cola. Have plenty on hand. :. .
: tNr onoRD'Cbufrrv TELEGRAPH n tie. boy; had this list: A game
Bildri1or -o..tSSs'T ,
-'-. EST. '18791 called t; 8 soldier'g : -
t. called_On to Plattsburg-,-a moving f. ., ,
1 a ,FIORID.V8, OLDEST WEEK .Y NEWS- picture: machine, and a circus puzzle ,' ,; '
1 Ya: I'' \>I'a PAPER'PrBUSHTO' COXTIXOC8LTrVI /:He1' added'. '3 would liketo "' .

: .f t.i.,:'; j ".. "* > B 'fRi1? & have a tot! of Other things, but J. '. .
raul, "4. "'i'f"IdrPa.d \\lt MASTHEAD., ; know you have fots of other chfl- -
Elit."f. "
5 << Ike" .. -
1. at tl..r ra tti. e ** si.r *.Fla.; N4; '.A.rt t."CIue.d liar.a.. "1Ma." give-to. and I must not .. ,_. .. 'BoHfeo under' *artthonty of The Coca-Cola Company by' ,STARKE COCA- < -COLA BOTILING'C MP Ny
v. .' ask. for. too much. : ., .
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TIICKSDU. DEC., 18. 1933
I .
TVYfTTTYTTYYTYTTYTYYYTtf1AXVILLE marriage by her father, -was rea.- He is presently employed by spent Sunday with Mr.'and Mra.j .
beautifully dressed in a white sat- the Bell Telephone Company of N. L. Cannon'and family' UP ALLIGATOR BHS Camera Club rual! stat photography.; Basic PHIBEC; I.FTIT., Little Creek
in dress with a large lace skirt Jacksonville. Included in the plans for the Virginia.

ever white satin and white Miss Shirley Hlggmbotham was Gets Christmas Gift science department next :year IS You are hereby notified that a suit
accessories After a' brief wedding trip to sick last week and had to miss CREEK a dark room which will make the for annulment and restoration of
She maiden
wore a ot name
r By 31rs. C.'B. Nolan white carnations. The corsage bride Daytona Beach, the young 'couple some school Bradford County High School cameras much more valuable. has been filed against you

born and raised was ere at home to their friends at Mrs. Jewel Goolsby of Baldwin thL received an early Christmas pre in the above name Court and cause
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIBradshaw in Maxvrlle and : 1861 Sunrise Drive in Arlington. with her Zack ent Monday. The Argus Company and you are required to serve a
Sunday mother +
attended schools in MaxvuTe, graduating Recent Birth copy of your answer or pleading to
-Parrish1tr with the class Members of tile two families Mrs. Leslie Sweat and family. {{'alton presented the Camera Club of BHS : the complaint on the Plaintiffs At-
of 1958 at
ana Mrs. D. J. Pamsh announce present at the wedding were Mr. with two brand new cameras. Included torney A. )or. Crabtree, Jr. ZJS E. Bay
Mr. and
the Baldwin High School, :She is Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shupe of Street. Jacksonville 2, Florida and
the marriage ot their and Mrs. D. J. Parrish and children iIi the gift was an Argus file the
presently employed with the State and daughter were supperguests l Merritt Island announce the birth original in the office of the
daughter: Jo Ann to Howard Patty, David and Rhonda, of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie C-3 with flash attachment and of a son, Paul Douglas, on Decem Clerk the of the 19 Circuit Court on or before
Farm Insurance Agency in South Mr. and Mrs Van Parrish and carrying case, and an Argus Super day of "January, U5t.;
(Buddy) Bradshaw Jr.. son of Mr. I I Sweat and family Sunday night. ber 12. Before her marriage, Mrs. : otherwise the allegations of said
and Mrs Howard Bradshaw Sr. of Jacksonville.The i Mrs. tattle Nolan of Maxville, 75Who 'with flash attachment and carrying Shupe was Miss Ona Demorest ofI I Complaint will be taken as confessed -
Mr. and
Jacksonville. The wedding was bridegroom son of Mr. and and Mr. and :Mrs. Howard HradI Mrs. Buddy Browning was the fellow case. The approximate Starke. by you
> who saw
I spent the weekend in Nashville This mice
solemnized on Friday evening, Mrs Howard Bradshaw of Jack- shaw Sr. and son, Chris 'of Ar- the of these is shall be published oneseach
Ga., wth: Mr. Browning's grandparents sign in, Herb's tnat read "All value gifts $100. week for four consecutive weeks
Dec 12 at the Arlington :Metho- sonville. attended Landon lington. NOTICE TO DEFEND in the Bradford County Telegraph.
High you can eat for $1, and thoughtit The gifts were sent to the schoolas U Circuit Court Bradford CUDt, Dated this 11 day of December,
dist parsonage' in Jacksonville School in jacKSonvme and served Open .House Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginboth- read "Eat it all for a $1." Al- Florida !. Chaneerr 1 Sfi
part of ,the Ansco education OFFICIAL
Open House was held Sunday thought we won't,do that, eve did Judith Ann Goolsby, Plaintiff is. ( SEAL)
with Rev. Hatch, reciting the i several years with the U. S. Army, am's son, Frank Higginbothamand program. The cameras will be Ray Goolsby, Defendant.Case .
Afternoon at the home of Mr. and find that we sure had a good meal CHARLES A. DARBY,
wedding vows. Jo Ann, given' in having served in Hawaii and KoDELUXE Mrs family of Jacksonville plan used in connection with the science Xo. 12-679 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Randolph :Mickler at 6622 move to Tennessee soon tomake for a $1. We, are. glad to know NOTICE TO APPEAR Py) Marian L. Crosby Deputy
very classes, camera club work, and To: Ray Goolsby, whpse residenceand Clerk
Pottsburg Rd. an-
., in Arlington for their home, that a:dollar will still buy some- address is: Private. Xo. 180971. IIU 4t 1.1
Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Bradshaw. < rememDer'
Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Mathis of thing. We the time -

The home was beautifully decorateo Jacksonville were Sunday dinner when you figured ,up what you

and delicious refreshments were owed the.Government in taxes and
guests of Mr and Mrs. John North ,
served to all who attended. JoAnn end family. paid it at the end of the year. { *.-:*-':f"--.oi::: "y',,-':. : ,: !", r ;;I !' :.! '''';;; ,;;.('" "" ::e" ""i "?>>=;:

and Buddy received many M rs. Wellhansen HonoredOn Then they .changed, it, to pay as rSc i
more nice gifts this earned, that'was followed "l'
on occasion. 78th Birthday you up 't : '
Mrs. Hattie Nolan and her son, the
by present system of estimate
Mrs. John North entertained at :
4 J. C. Nolan of Jacksonville attended what you will make and pay before /2 ,- f'01
her r
funeral services in Seville Sunday home recently with a get- you \} + -. IIa
I together honoring her mother, I "
afternoon for little WalterCo .Mrs Mary Wellhausen Speaking ,of taxes, Mrs. Stump 0 0 .a'e'
her '
art, six old of ; '
;year son Mr. she
PHILCO 78th birthday Enjoying this says sold thelittle boy a dozen
and Mrs. Victor Cowart of Seville <'
diapers and told him it would be to. ii'J.J.
Grandma :
who passed away Friday;after a $1.95 plus tax. Whereupon the .
lengthy illness Little Walter is Mrs. Sarah Jane Griffis, urchin replied' that his motheridn't :.xtt.

the nephew" Mrs.Bob Nolan of Mrs. Polly Griffis. Mrs. Eva Ellis d! ., tacks -
use she
Seville. Mrs. Fanny Gf fis, Mrs. Willie safety. ,t 'I'
pins st
Harris and Mrs. Elvia Chance. .
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and 4
S Servin Just received a release from the 1-
TVHI daughters Helen and Alene, Mrs. refreshments were Mrs.
Welhausen's U. S: Fish and Wildlife Service
Rudy Higginbotham and daughter, granddaughter Mar that due to the
Robin, and Mrs. Junior .tha Harris, Marian Higginbotham declining popula 1
Baldwin Goolsby :and Clara Mae Harris: We hope tion of Redheads and CanvaSback H i
of 'were all visitors in that ducks, which have declined to FEDDERS 1frnJ&rw
you a Happy Birthday EATSk
Jacksonville last Saturday. about 50 cent of normal
New for 1959 with PIVOT TENNA Mr. and Mrs. James Waters and Mrs. Wellhausen, and hope that special regulation per was issued limiting a :

you will live to have l
family of Lawtey 'and Mr. and many moreThe : the daily bag limit to two L- -
bfaxville .
Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham and School childrenwill canvasbacks or two redheads or : : : ,..' \ '. -
daughters of Lawtey were, guests, wind: up their school work one redhead and one canvasback .

Sunday, of ,Mr., and Mrs. Bulord .will for 1958 enjoy on Christmas Friday Dec. 19 and each. So for positive indentification r=- ri- 1. I-- ?
Higginbotham.Claude I' you had better let! them come .,

North celebrated his 20th during the' afternoon. They will in close, then 'kilJ"c l'an or miss -r.:1
tit 3' return to school -
ONLY birthday last Saturday night, Dec. 5. on Monday Jan clean the latterbeing:/ which 1 do

13 at his home. Along with members most of the time anyway. Our

of the family, Glenn Neil y. The annual Christmas Play and local duck hunting has been slow i OJ : ;;;
will be held at the
MaxvilleBaptist '
Len Posted Vence Taylor and since .Lev s',Prairie went dry a
$2.50Per Church on Monday night few 'back:: Have "- -- i] -J ;. 1
Evelyn Coleman were there to help years any of vou 1.. : -- ,
him celebrate. Dec. 22. The 'public is invited to 'been there recently ,If so, let us 'r--.r=--r< L -;, ....-,.... ii
attend. .:- \ j : ; :== :::..;
know if ducks
have .. -
WeekNEW Miss Jewel North and Len Pos- any ever comeback ,--,--r-----r r-----
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Brown and 1. .
tel and Vence Taylor of Cecil l with the return of some of -,--h- -
family arrived Friday from Riverside the po- _
water. ... -
a Field Naval Air.Station were di r- = T- guests, Sunday! of Miss Evelyn Cal. for a visit with Mrs.Brown's Brother Tillman of Florida Power r- ,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. -l r +lcr
Coleman and family. er & Light brought back .the limit
E. Wilkinson. Sr. and family.Mr.
sb' Doss of black bass from Sante-'Fe RiV-
Higginbotham and .
.$ t I. o I Brown will be stationed In Texas er. Had one that would weigh in
C M daughter, June 'visited'in Jacksonville i-o; j
after his ,
PHILC0231XE last Saturday with, relatives We furlough. at about! ; seven pounds, I : ;: P e !!- r -.
are glad to hear that e.i
Mrs e
Mr. and Mrs: Frank Checked on the St. Johns Hive :T
Higginbotham Waver
Griffis Is improving after : .
DUO-SOUND and family of Jacksonville a recent illness eel at Weeks grass has Landing.' returned Find solid that from the< UOLT
visited in Maxville Sunday e
atte r- We ;
are very glad to learn that the $4i& !
landing o the-railroad trestle
noon with Mr. and Mrs Doss Hig Lacey Brown ; f .* >
Improving froma mmsp
Philco! for 1959 adds found
a new dimension to table model sound ginbotham and family Only one bass foolish f'. *
with the Duo-Sound System. Enjoy it now in real deluxe Rose Mary and Sidney Well recent Illness enough to bite and the wind was g. p :

TV with. exclusive 1959 features like the powerful Pivot- hausen, Pete Wilbanks and Mr > The held annual Christmas play wile 11 ,blowing too-strong: so I couldn'tspot B.,,,,, Ytar'Round ifis ''REVERSE-CYCLE" AIR CONDITIONER
Tenna, Top Level at the Long Branch Comfort
Tuning 2-position Baptist .fuzzytahs .IT. =I
and Mrs. Frank Wellhausen were any ,to go in my ......('". \ .,,
electronic Range Switch, 21' (overall Church next Sunday night .(;:, ,
visitors in Starke Sunday of Mr.: :lull. When the ,frost' strips the woaLasNos
diagonal measurement) 'picture, new Dec. 21. The public is Invited top T rowtaruLt
slenderized and Mrs. ,Leslie Chilson and.famil y 3? .
cabinet attend. trees of foliage this is a good spot &
Mr. and Mrs.,Henry Carter were TNIH u+o .
On Monday to kill a mess of squirrels for the
night 22
dinner of Dec. a rj& YAW MOD[.S' s'br
I guests and,Mrs. B u- .
SEE IT Christmas tree 'lutoinaticalk 1 !
HERE..PHILCO PREDICTA TV ford Higginbotham Sunday. party will be pot. "V. J4L ,
held at the Long NpCwtly _
Teteftsrpn,Todayfrom the World of Tomorrow! Mr. and Mrs. Rudy HiggmDot- Branch Baptist '-5' y '
Church for the Sunday Schoolclasses. Wiring- S' f SWITCHES FRCM COOLING TO HEATING AS THE WEATIIIP CHANCE''
ham and daughter visited wit.11 'CONTRACTORS 1''_' *'iA<*'* teIUMIDifIES.VENTILATES..EXHAUSTS

Model 'No.' 4230E $189.95 Mrs.and Higginbotham's Mrs. Nathan Starling parents, and Mr. Friends of Ed Treadwell win be

family in Lawtey Sunday aterested to learn that ''he CARPENTERS

/ Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Padgett visited back at the J.- & D. Truck Stop .
in Maxville PAINTERSWe I ,,
with Mr. and-Mrs. Bud Mos- .
ley in Middleburg Sunday. We regret_that Mrs. Randolph ,.: ..'

C. NASVORTIIY Phflco ,Dealer Crosby has been,in 'and-'do ,. "
Mr. and Mrs. Mann of Jacksonville hope .$
that she Is much have Limited, Supplyof :-, ': .. ',- -
310 E. Call'St. visited with Mr. and Mrs. by this
Starke, Fla. John North Sunday. 1 time left-over, paper on rolls. .

Mr. and Mrs. Willie Godwin J. D. Brown arrived home 1a st From .
17 to 72 inches wide. .
Wednesday for a'60'day furloueh SHEPHERD'S RADIO & TV
Perfect for protection of
with his parents, Mr and Mrs. .

Frank Brown and family. J, D., Is floors, furniture, etch while

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\\.S Junior Fire Marshals Telegraph PHONE WO 4-6901 STARKE, FLA. 226 W. CALL ST.

wITH oa s 30 or t.OiiC. s a Aid Drive To Curb
I L Rt
APPROX.30"TAli I QGu1s Yuletide Accidents ,

Local Junior Fire Marshals will

this week flistnbute fire safety
reminders to Starke residents in

a community-wide drive to ''prevent

fires during the coming

ENTIRE DOU MADE OF ';irY 1, tea Christmas holiday season. Harry BEST GIFT life
H. Rabb of the H. C. Wall Ag cye1mounced TO -

SOFT I MIRACLE VINYL 4*w '' tft h The campaign' a part of the
s p pol
S UTAiEDClT :year-round Junior Fire Marshal BELL & HOWELL ELECTRIC
WILL NOT CRACK OR BREAK program sponsored nationally by EYE !

as a public service by HartfordFire

Insurance Co.

Ntlar M'w Citing the fact ,that Decemberis

d a peak month for fire losses,

M k Rabb said Junior Fire Marshalswill LIGHT SETS THE LENS -

tie special safety reminder ,' World famous Bell & Howell Electric Eye cameras are un.

tags to Christmas trees on sale questionably the easiest to use give superior pictures
indoors and out priced for every need. Light sets the
locally In an effort to
less reduce need- JN EVERY ONE OF THESE AMAZING camera lens for you automatically instantly even
tragedies during the holiday adjusts to changing light while you shoot. All you do is point
s 4+ season. BELL&HOWELL STILL AND MOVIE CAMERAS!' the Bell & Howell and press a single button for perfectly ex

Printed in gold and shaped likea posed pictures your very first try. They're always ready to got!

ruler the tags carry the slogan r ,
WEEKLY< "A golden rule for a happy yule," ? e t I r

1 and seven suggestions to protect LOWEST-PRiCED
29,95y <
Christmas trees and the Home IJ .
1/ct : against fire. : PERPETUA. ..

Rabb said the local program has c /,'j ELECTRIC EYE 8mm

; : the full support of H.P. Morgan, 4w':\/, F .. MOVIE CAMERA 't

superintendent of schools,' and Fire 'i6;:': Fully automaticbudget ]0

Chief D. W. Carpenter. \:. -t __ pnced. \

SITS BY In addition to the safety tags, ... Powered by light yJ't"c e
HERSElfBEAUTIFUL E? = = itself.Fart 10mm
t3 A' t' M r ; elementary school youngsters who \.1 f/2.3 tens puts I '
have qualified as Junior Fire Marshals 56% more pic "-

Room Decoration) ,, r will also receive the Christmas --I,.- NEi. tures on film. ,
; ,
Extra-big picture Window
t. F Issue of the national organi
\ viewfinder makes it easy to e

earned zation's credentials magazine. as Boys Junior and girls Fire NEVER SPOIL A SHOT" WITH take perfect: lulkolor- ies. .NEW LOW PRICE! PERPETUA'EF

1 I m;, fatal Marshals by turning in home inspection {tOW 0Idtt$9995 ELECTRIC EYES-LENS TURRET MODEL

reports during rational Get every picture you pay for. 12 shots out of .
Fire 12. The InfafliWe even tells you when not to As automatic as a movie camera can.bel

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"t Following are the seven'"golden slides and snapshots FULL COLOR or :: 3 sharp f/2.3 lenses automatically, per.
BENDING ARMS AND LEGS i S rule" 'ChristmaS fire safety reminders BLACK 4 WHITE.. With top grain leather. case Choose From fectiy, indoors and out-nothing to adjust
: and strap. compact matching flashgun Exclusive integrated Safeguard turret design.
L Stand! tree in water or bucketof $ 95 GREAT
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3. Keep tree away from radiator, '' '. .* *

fireplace and doors. ,
4. Use only fire-reslstaat deco

H NASWORTHY PHILCO DEALER go rations.5.out.Turn off tree lights when you_' BULUNGTON STUDIO AND GIFT SHOPSTARKE

310 EAST CALL ST. 6. Keep gift wrappings and electric
STARKE: FLA. trains away from tree.
7. When needles start to, fall,, FLA.

remove tree from horse
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,.r I Miss Pat HobbsIs L tEle Women I Bridge Club Enjoys Garden Club /1

.. II I II II I Complimented Give Formal Dance 3 1 1j j Christmas PartyThe To Hear Mrs. Johns .-*

I At Luncheon .
I AMiss t Woman's ClubA
I monthly Monday evening Mrs Ruby Johns will give a

bridge club enjoyed a Christmas talk on Camellias and Azaleas at
Pat Hobbs. whose .'weddingto blue and silver color motif k party in the Pecan Room of the the Starke Garden Club meeting
Lloyd Barry will be an event of predominated in the clubhouse
Garden Restaurant I A/onday 7:30 o'clock in
V Monday eve-
Saturday evening Dec. 20, at decorations last _
Saturday -
evening .
Parish house on Church
.... .... ... .... Mooty. ... 7:30: o'clock in the First Metho-I when members of the LittleWomen's A 1sf ningA 1
i 1 ,.. M .._ .. .._._ .. i dist Christmas motif was used in.street She will also conduct a
: the
held their annual ? the effective party decorations j I question and answer period following -
of a lovely lunchedn given Satur- Christmas formal dance. '
with arrangements of holly and I her talk.
Jay in the Pecan Room of the
An all-blue
Christmas tree gum-drop trees. I Hostesses for the evening will

.1. Garden Restaurant. Hostesses. for! stood I in ,the center of the stage, The 16 members sat at four! be Mrs.!: Ira Wilson chairman

t t he Jean affair were'SYhia Misses Virginia'Elissa I tin I _front_cf the curtain, and was $ tables for their dinner party and, :Mrs: Joe Sistrunk Airs C. E.
+ Darby
:tfs Paulk highlightedith.: silver mobiles. exchanged gifts during the evening -I Johns Mrs.: Tyler Jones, and Mrs.
Stefanelli, Betty Gaskins, Vivian > t
Giant s 1f .
letters }
Garcia spelled out E. H. Prescott .
and Judy Dankel. I
Merry ,Christmas across the curI -
The white linen covered lunch-''tarn, which was further enhanced i

eon table was lovely_with a ;old.j toy; ; silver leaves and bangles.

Christmas centerpiece. Bridal ,In the sunroom of the club,
,. place cards marked the seating II' tie refreshment table was decorated F''I, jl t, a

arrangements for the 12 guests,i in 'a lovely blue and silver .I ,BI I
I .. .' Bullington'sA
including Mrs. J. C. HobbS, moth-., .. : 1 1I at
,. design, with a centerpiece of I I N
er of the honoree. I silver stars, leaves,' blue bangles, vS.-- ,

The hostesses presented Miss and: white reindeer. Silver trays Small Deposit will hold
Sr Hobbs with the creamer to her : held dainty sandwiches and Ii i l 1
,t chosen china pattern. sw eets. 'At another table. Christ the following SHOPPORTUXITY -

1 .A mas punch was served by Miss p /
?; u. J Woman's Club Scene Patsy Nichols.During y ITEMS UNTIL

Of Christmas Tea the evening a clever CHRISTMAS[ .

.--_:_"..._., ____ .. --..-.. u __ floor] show was presented, including a :3 do
And Musicale novelty piano arrangements s j :

Pictured at buffet dinner given by \u Chapter of Kappa Delta !I by' Bob Smith ancl Archie Green, 'kL&

Gamma last Friday night are ((1-r) Mis-! Ann Willy of Lake The festive holiday motif was I!I I Christmas songs by Mara Ann

pity, corresponding secretary; Mr*. Elizabeth Hunter, Lire Oak used at the Starke Woman's Club i' Payne, and impersonations by 6-Transistor Pocket Radio 34.95

ht tire president; Miss Della'! Rosenberg, Starke, president: Wednesday afternoon of last week Patti K Lyons. -t "T" fS

Senator Tom Adams, Orange Park; Mrs Mary /ellner, Green for the annual musical Christmastea I Senior class members of theclub ,
honoring :Mrs. Edward *
; J.
Cove were: each presented anAmerican Springs ,
program chairman; and Mrs Edna SistruaK, Clark of Jacksonville, Director. 'J -
Starke, treasurer District 4 of the Florida i-'eflera- Beauty rose to ,symbolize Complete with Batteries i
their leadership in the club
tion of Women's Clubs,
the members
and their entry soon, into the outside

Delta Kappa Gamma Interim Committee. I and new of the members.Junior Woman's Club, social life cf the community. .4 4-Speed Portable Phono 19.95

:Miss Della Rosenberg, presidentof Chaperones for the evening
Supper Is HeldIn Greeting members and guests at I I. --
Nu Chapter, presided over_.the re the, sponsor, Miss Della
Parish House business session after the pro the_door were Mrs. W. B. Mundy,I I I Rosenberg, Mrs.,Foster Shi Smith Officers of Little omen's Club and their escorts (top) Brownie Movie Projector 49.95
Mrs. ,C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. U. L.
gram. Christmas carols were Mrs, E. L., Matthews Gilbert toast! tbe holiday season! at their formal dance last Saturday
Beasley, and :Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr.
Starke members were hosts to I sung and gifts exchanged after the Waterfall, Mr"and Mrs. Kenneth night. Left to right: Bobby Ferguson Kathleen O vice
Standing in the receiving line m may Bell & Howell Movie Camera 39.95
Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma business session. Gilder, Mrs. H B.
Peyton, and
the lounge were Mrs. C. J. Houpt, president; Spanky :McLendon; largilt'S :Matthews, president !
Nu Chapter is ot Mrs.. G.S.. Newcomb. and
Society at a buffet dinnerin composed social chairman Mrs. H. B. Pey, Barbara Bates, secretaryCanin Pace; Shi Ann Smith, up

St. Mar 's Parish House last women teachers from Baker ton, president, Mrs. E. J. Clark and .About 35 young couples enjoyed social' chairman; Patsy' Nichols, treasurer; Archie Green; and

Friday evening. The Christmas Bradford Clay Columbia, Hamilton Miss Betty Jane Morgan, press-| this 'delightful affair. Miss Delia Rosenberg, sponsor Tape Recorder, Reg. 130,00, now 99.95

theme Lafayette, Madison, :) dent of the Junior Club. TheL I
was carried out in the table : uwannee. A congenial loner
; Dessert group ( photo) pictured enjoying the \
and mantel in the lounge was beautiful Bridge
decorations, and Christmas corsages Union Counties. Forty dance. Girls ((1-r) Carolyn Vickers Anne :Matthews,
with a Christmas arrangement ,! Dotty Dayton I Motorola and Voice of Music Stereo
were used as favors. A red members attended the meeting. .He d Saturday Night and Sink.
I flanked bv burning red I Sally. Boys: Billy Helsabeck, Larry Elder, :Mike
tablecloth and silver appointmentswere The dinner was prepared and :,.candles and red reindeer Mr. and i!':At Moench Home )Flynn, and Armond ,Ricers- Phonographs only. 99.95

used for the buffet table. served ,by Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs' Dirs. Santa Claus were focal!i I)

chairman Mrs. Mary, introduced Zellner, program Muriel Norman, Mrs. Tommie Not points of an arrangement decors j Mr.. and Mrs. F. W Graudon Florida Bank | Mrs. Davis Plans 10 K. Cultured Pearl Ring and Necklace
Senator Tom i in, Mrs. the
Kate ing
Sheppard, Mrs Kd- library table. and :Mr and Mrst fe. R. Moench I
Adams the,results of Clay County, who spokeon na Sistrunk, and Miss Della Rosen Palms were used throughout the sjrere I h a lovely buffet. dessert Has !Annual SupperFor Party For PupilsMrs. Reg. 19.95. Buy Ring for 12.95
of the -
study by the ,berg. club rooms, and the auditorium:,: bridge party last. Saturday Staff MembersStaff
was'decorated with I E. M. Davis is entertaining GET
arrangementsof eveVimg NECKLACE
at the Moench home ate FREE !
red gladioli and brass cand her piano pupils at a Christmas
1545 Brownlee street. members of the Florida
"' "" .,--" ''* ,.f"N' labia holding red candles. The Christmas decorations s graced Bank of, Starke will hold their party at her being Friday after

I '. ":: '. l' ,' stage was decorated with! gold and I points of interest in the home annual) Christmas party in the noon at 3:15: o'clock. Westinghouse Elec. Rotisserie

f..v ,/.:< white magnolia medalions that for! the occas.i n. The buffet. table Pecan Room of the Garden Restaurant Each pupil will play a piano
glowed in Reg. 40.00 NOW
<. "' flickering candle-i I was beautfiul with a white linen this evening I Thursday] selection followed by games and -
1 ,. ,,, '"4 : I cloth and' centered with a red Following the dinner, gifts will refreshments.'
RO 4 The tea table in the
.. .
', ..t sunroom sprayed miniature Christmas tree
be exchanged and each memberon Washable Artificial Flowers
was overlaid -
with wnite
I a linen. '
: Italian cutwork cloth and cente decorated with silver bows. Com- .the..staff Will receive a j ear's New Year Eve DanceThe

ed with a red and silver Christnas r'pleting. the arrangement were sil'wer end bonus 'of month's pay. NOW HALF PRICE!
'I ,candelabra with burning ,red Starke Business and Professional
centerpiece flanked,.by silver'candelabra Enjoying the. affair with the
with, 'burning white ta pers. Silver trays held dainty staff will be their husbands and Woman's Club will sponsor

i/ tapers. Silver, trays and akes, sandwiches, candies and ,wives. a dance on New Year's Eve,

I .. held 'dainty'sandaiche: compotes s' nuts. The' "seven moSyicTual card :,.*tSfW3... Wednesday night Dec.,:31. at the BULLING TON
cakes, mints 'and ; ables were covered with red r"ihlt luncheon i
t. nuts. :Silver: cof: Staff building. An orchestra will 1
linen cio hS'a i1
fee and
tea ]
I end of the tea services table.graced each I with a Santa Cla s. Has Yule 'P ty'I furnish music from 9:30 to 1 : STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP

6 During the tea hour a delight Among the 30 guests were Mr. I o'clock. The public is invited to
ful Christmas a nd Mrs. Lowell Mathews of The Starke'El m attend.
program, N Neptune Beach. Following severalprogressicns loom employees held their annual
i ir
chairman of by music Mrs., was Lloyd presented.Green / of bridge, prizes were j Christmas party Tuesday evening!
il e a'wardedto the 'Winners. at the home of Mrs j. R. Taylor,
Taking part on the
program were I
I 1$05 I
Mike Blinding road. ,
Shepherd with a piano solo; I
: three children's choirs from the P tty Rosier i Holiday decorations" were used
First Baptist Church for this delightful ccaslOn. The I
under the
Our '
Junior Fire
Marshals Honoree
Party ;
direction o! Mrs. Lex Green s i refreshment. .table l was. centered j
ands with beautiful silver Christmas I
accompanied at the a .
are working for a safer Christmas! L. F. Dinkins; a vocal piano solo by by Miss A Mrs. N. B. Rosier r entertained d: arrangement. Refreshmehts' and I

Virginia Sewell, at a delightful birthday party'last the exchanging of gifts were enjoyed -
accompanied by
It's time for our Junior Fire Marshals' annual "Chris lias },frs. I.; A, Canova a soloJ>y Miss l Friday afternoon for her during, the. evening.The .

Tree Project". Mara Pa accompanied by Miss daughter, Patty, who was celebratIng lunch room staff includes
In a few days, these will be tagging Christmas her sixth 'anniversary.An .
youngsters Virginia Sewell trees with a colorful decoration that tells how to keep the Christmas" (by Misses Mara pa attractive pink and green Fender, :Mrs. Mildred Lawson,

tree from becoming a dangerous fire hazard. and Virginia Sewell; a ballet number meolor- motif,was carried out in the Miss Rosa. Lee
In cooperation with the Hartford Fire Insurance Company by pupils'of Miss Patty Har- arty decorations. Over the dining Gresham :Mrs. Alice Jenkins, AND56ALLONS .

we are happy to sponsor all Junior Fire Marshal activities rod, Jackie Arnold, Susie Broadway room table was a pink and green Mrs.' Pauline, Taylor, Mrs. Donnie \ .

throughout the year. and Beth Strickland, accompanied anopy with pink streamers attached Mae Edwards, Mrs. Ruth Mae J

These youngsters are working to make our communitya at the piano by Miss Har- to green and pink I balls. Shambarger, Mrs Jane M. Grou- 'j ;

safer place. We're sure joull' give them jour full support. rod's mother; and the Junior ch oirtiful Centering the table was a beau- don, and Miss Ida Mae Burney.

J from the First Methodist Church three-tiered birthday cake

directed and accompanied b!rs. ecorated with pink and green Sunshine Club /

Harold C. Wall% Agency Lloyd Green. ose buds. i i/7 I

Presiding at the coffee and tea The 20 youngsters enjoyed. Has Yule Banquet ,

200 services were-Mrs. W. E. :Middle- games during the party hours and I ".1&;f ,. L
E. Call Street Dial WO 4-4801 ton, Mrs. Ethel Lowell, Mrs. Doyle received favors of balloons, The Young Women's Sunshine

Conner, and Mrs. Vernon Silcox,. whistles and candy canes. Class of the Madison Street Baptist WITH EVERY NEW 1959 FORD CAR TRUCK
Representing the Hartford Fire Insurance or
Company Assisting as floor hostesses were Mrs. Rosier was assisted by ; church held a Christmas ban-

Mrs. C. E. Johns Mrs. E.! L. Matthews Mrs C. Dittmar of Jacksonville e quet last Saturday evening in the

Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mrs. U. and'Mrs.. Floyd Green, and bin s'I Sunday School building SOLD AND DELIVERED BY DECEMBER
L. Haynes, Mrs. A. Adkins, Mrs.: T. G. Ritch of Starke. Also enJoying The dining tables were gay with

CREDIT Tyler Jones, Mrs. George Flynn, ; the affair were Mrs E., B.I Christmas berries and red candles

AT Sr., Mrs. Hogan Sn ith, Mrs. Foster Andrews and Mrs. R. S. Johns'cf and a tall Christmas tree was

Shi Smith, Mrs. Clyde :Sin::; Lake Butler. placed ,at one end of the.building.
clair, Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs.J. .
Following the banquet a delightful -
H. DuPre, Miss Dorothy Koss, Junior Club Host
l program was enjoyed. The
Mrs. Herbert Ritch and Mrs. Levy
'..' invocation was given by Rev JackMab'r
At Dinner
I. Canova. Members of the LitWomen's' vie Dance
and Jerry Gay served as

The new Club members assisted honored In For New Members master cf ceremonies. Christmas fY

carols were led by Jack Rahn, and
the tea were Mrs. James. Black-
Members of the Junior Woman's J. T. Lawson delivered a Christmas -
shear Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs.
Club held their annual The benediction
: message. wasiven
Mack Futch, Mrs. Larry Gibson,
dinner dance last Friday eveningat by P. T. Noting
Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., Mrs. T. }<.
2 Howell, Mrs. Hollis Knight, Mrs- the Club House honoring their The 57 guests enjoying the affair -

MAKE IT A 0 W. C. Powell, Miss Della Rosen new members. exchanged gifts at the close

berg Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr., Mrs. Approximately 90 members and of the program, IN TERWILLEGAR MOTORS CLEAN SWEEP
MERRY n. Clyde Terwillegar Mrs. D. L'guests enjoyed a delicious roast,

H Thomas, Mrs. Jack Trawick, Mrs' btef dinner followed by dancing BPW Members Have

W CHRISTMAS ::1 C. M. Turney, Mrs. Harry KaW,,I during the remainder of the even- USED CARS. CLEARING OUR LOT BEFORE INVENTORY!

Iroa Mrs. Steve.Weldon, Mrs. Charles 1II. Christmas Party
I WITH A Schmidt; Mrs. H. E. Dayton. Mrs. I i Mrs. Seymour Marco and Mrs' -
W GIFT .. Mural Gardner Mrs. G. !E., S novr'tiarry.Eiradwere j' social chairmen The Starke BPW club held i its

H From ,2 Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr., and Mrs., assisted by,Mrs. John Torode and|Christmas party at the Kingsley '50 Chevrolet Tudor '54 Chev. Bel Air Fordor
Merrill Struth. Mrs. Joe Warren. lake home of Miss Della Rosen

berg last Thursday evening with I RADIO & Power Glide Xtra Clean -

0 5 GEM Jewelry Q Bobby Chapman Dr. And 'Mrs. Houpt ence Mrs. Edward Jennings Hall as and co-hostesses.Miss Flor HEATER 1 Owner

z 109 EaSt Call St. > Has Birthday PartyBobby Hosts To Staff Final plans were made for thec'ance $195.00 $745.00

.. -- d ,to be held on New Year's
Dr. and
f Mrs. Calvin Houpt entertained -
Chapman celebrated his j Eve The name of Mrs. Nate Dyal
'. C') eighth the staff of Doctors
birthday last Saturday I was.presented as a candidate for:
at heir
j Hospital annual Christmas
afternoon from three to five o'- treasurer from this district. Mrs,
at their I
clock when his mother Mrs R.( home on N. Waliut street. J, D. Doyle made, areport on the
V. Chapman, entertained at a recent film which the local '
54 '
Artistic Yuletide decorations Ford V-8 Custom Fordor
Ford -V-8 Custom
'I, party for him at their home in highlighted points of interest ni sponsored. "Time and Two Wo- Tudor

Saratoga Heights. "
i."f '" the party rooms for the occasion. men Fordomatic Radio = Heater Radio
-: .. 4,;:;: ., The party was held in the car Following, a delicious buffet supper ,After the business meeting asocial Good Condition

port where Christmas (iecor LOriS the 20 guests exchanged gifts. hour was' enjoyed; Mrs '
predominated. The 15 young Also, Farber 895.00
enjoying the affair with Lloyd won a prize for

guests enjoyed tames and refreshments the staff and their hosts were guessing the correct number of .
during the party hours., .. ..- .. .. ,.
Mr. -
and -
Steve Simmons ,of leans in a jar. Mrs. Gene Pearsonwas
CASH PRICES Mrs. Chapman was assisted by Starke. Mr. and Sirs John Hutch- awarded a prize for pinning

her daughter, Lynda, Mrs. Joe inson of Gainesville and Mr. and: Santa's, bag of toys over his check

Jr.Johnson and Mrs. H. H. Rabb. land.Mrs. T. H. Hutchinson of Lake shoulder,, Sifts were ditributed1 s i \I with Clyde Terwillcgar on these Buys!

to all the guests present.

'AG! FOA HRAtiimitn nun re. .
", --c .-= .-. __ .-------- ---._--. m.m" ITAItD.. .. mn& Tm"nSD.\Y.- HFC. IB. 1958

...,- ... .;,.i..,.' .; .. .. ..- .. __ L_ ._ '"', .J. -

s. ,:"f Miss' Pat Hobbs LitHe Women k I Bridge Club Enjoys Garden Club J]

| Is! Complimented Give Formal Dance fr* |I Christmas Party I To Hear Mrs. Johns ,1

At Luncheon Woman's ClubA
The monthly Monday evening Mrs Ruby Johns will give a

bridge club enjoyed a Christmas l&lk on Camellias and Azaleas at
Miss Pat Hobbs, whose wedding blue and silver color
party in the Pecan Room of the I the Starke Garden Club meeting
to Lloyd Barry will be an event of predominated< in the clubhousedecorations
I Garden Restaurant Monday evening at 7:30 clock in
Monday e-e-// ,
Saturday evening Dec. 20. at
< last
I I Saturday evening -
I King. the Parish house on Church
Gladys 1f
... .... Mooty... 7:30 o'clock In the First Metho- when members of the Littlemen's r ,
.,- -' 3ist I t I A Christmas motif was used in 1 I street. She will also conduct a
: church was the Inspiration[Wo< Club held their annual I
the effective decorations i and answer period following
] party i question
a lovely lunchedn given Satur- I Christmas formal dance. '
Jay in the Pecan Room of the I An all-blue with arrangements of holly and her talk.
Christmas tree will
-t gum-drop trees. Hostesses for the evening
.6 Garden Restaurant. Hostesses, for i stood ,in ,the center of the stage, ;" The 16 members sat at tour be Mr;. Ira Wilson chairman,

+ S 3bY he affair were Misses Virginia' I in _front_of the curtain, and washlighted ft tables for their dinner party Mrs. Joe Sistrunk Mrs. C, E.
Jean Darby,. _Sylvia: Paulk, Elissajhii 1 1 t with silver mobiles. and'i .
exchanged gifts during the t'e1 1. Johns Mrs. Tyler Jones, and Mrs.E.
Betty Gaskins: Vivian Giant silver letters '
spelled out ning.
j t'j H. Prescott rat
Garcia and Judy Dankel. ]j I Merry< Christmas across the cur- kj lF t di I. --.

The white linen covered lunch-I', ain, which was further enhanced M J

eon table was lovely with a gold!\I by silver leaves and bangles.

Christmas centerpiece. Bridal l !t! ,In the sunroom of theclub, -.\. ." -W'" .I' .... _._... ,
I 1 31 '' j.!'
i r <
place cards
marked the seating 'th,1 e refreshment table was decorated :1 '.j I... a 1lIi" .
r arrangements for the 12 guests in -a lovely blue and 1.1. .
\ I silverdesign .. ...
including :Mrs. J.
C. HobbS mother .
with a centerpiece of I "' 1# &
+ of the honoree. silver stars, leaves blue t ...
Y I bangles, .. '-..
The hostesses presented Miss and white reindeer Silver trays ...... .. .. Small Deposit will hold

x iw I Hobbs with the creamer to her i i hId dainty sandwiches and .k s_ 1 i i

i ewe = chosen china pattern. -j' sw eets. At another table Christ- r the following SHOITOIUTIX1TY
mas punch was served by MissPatsy a
j Woman's Club Scene Nichols ITEMS UNTIL

!Of Christmas Tea During the evening a clever CHRISTMAS .
flOor show was presented, includIng -. IlL

And MusicaleThe novelty pianotarrangements- f
Pictured at buffet dinner gln by Nu Chapter of Kappa Delta I by Bob Smith 'and Archie Green wt

Gamma last Friday night are ((1-r) Miss! Ann Willy of Lake festive holiday motif was 1 j I Christmas! songs by Mara, Ann ,.

(City, rorfflopondinzoH'rt'tar"t! .Mr*. Elizabeth Hunter Live Oak used at the Starke "Woman's Club ,,Payne, and impersonations: by A L&ri 6-Transistor Pocket Radio 34.95
Wednesday afternoon of last weekjpj: K. -
1st tire president; Miss Delia Rosenberg, Starke, president; ,
for the annual
musical Christmastea
Senator Tom Adams, Orange Park; Mrs Mary /ellner. Green I Senior class members of the t
honoring: Mrs. Edward J. ., club each' a P R .3 + 4-Tube Portable
were Radio
Cove presented an 'p 19.95
Springs program chairman; and Mrs.! Edna Sis trunk, Clark of Jacksonville, Director of -

Starke, treasurer! District 4 of the Florida .lo'Me'ra- American their leadership Beauty rose in to the symbolize club- L t': + ..k Complete with Batteries i

tion of Women's Clubs, the members
and their entry soon into the outside ? J
Interim Committee. of the Junior Woman's Club life \ o s-\
Delta Kappa Gamma and new members. I. social of the community. 4-Speed Portable Phono 19.95

Miss Della Rosenberg, presidentof I.I Chaperones for the evening .
Supper Is Held Greeting members and guests at I I
Chapter presided over .the were the sponsor, Miss Della
In Parish HouseStarke business session after the pro the door H.were Mrs. W. B. Mundy, ;i Rosenberg i Mrs.,Foster Shi Smith Officers 'of Little Women's Club and their escorts! (top) Brownie Movie Projector 49.95
Mrs. C. Nasworthy Mrs O. L.
gram. Christmas carols were Mrs< E. L.. Matthews, Gilbert toast the holiday season at their formal dance last Saturday
Beasley and Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr.
members were hosts to sling and gifts exchanged after the .Waterfall, Die; and Mrs. Kenneth Left to I
Standing in the receiving line in night. right: Bobby Ferguson; Kathleen (\10 way. vice Bell & Howell Movie Camera 39.95
Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa gamma session. .Grider, Mrs. _H., B. Peyton and
the lounge were Mrs. C. J. Houpt, president; Spanky McLendon; Mary \gnes Matthews president i- I
Nu Chapter is ot Mrs.. G. S. and
composed -
Society at a buffet dinnerin social chairman. Barbara Bates, up
Mrs. H. B. Pey, ; !secretaryCatvin Pace; Shi Ann Smith
St. Mark's Parish House last women teachers from Baker, ton About 35 young couples enjoy- : '
president, Mrs. E. J. Clark and social (chairman; Patsy Nichols, treasurer; Archie Green; and
Friday evening. The Christmas Bradford, Clay, Columbia Hamil :Miss Betty Jane Morgan, press[;'i.ed I this delightful affair. Miss Delia Rosenberg! sponsor! Tape Recorder, Reg. 130.00, now 99.95

theme was carried out in the table ton, Lafayette, Madison, Buwan- dent of the Junior Club. The t
A congenial group (lower photo) !l'i pictured enjoying the ,
decorations nee, and Union Counties. mantel in the lounge was beauti- Dessert Bridg'eHe
and Christmas cor- Forty dance. Girls ((1-r) Carolyn Vickers, Anne Matthews, Da Motorola
ful with a Christmas arrange-: Dotty >- I and Voice of Music Stereo
sages were used as favors. A red members attended the meeting.The ;;; 1d Saturday Night ton. and Sally Sink HeNabeck
I ment flanked bv burning red+I ; Boys: Billy : Larry Elder Mike
tablecloth and silver appointmentswere dinner was prepared and candles and red reindeer. Mr. and i'At'' Moench Home Flynn, and Armor Riters. I Phonographs only. 99.95

used for the buffet table. served toy Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. :Mrs. Santa Claus were focal il I

chairman Mrs Mary JSellner, program Muriel Norman, Mrs. Tommie Not points of an arrangement decorating .j! Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Graudon Florida Bank Mrs. Davis Plans II 10 K. Cultured Pearl
and Necklace
introduced Ring
Senator Tom m the .jj
Mrs. Kate Sheppard, Mrs Kdna library table. I
and Mr
j and E.
Mrst R. Moenchsjrere I
Adams the,results of Clay of County the who/ spokeon Sistrunk, and Miss Della Rosen Palms were used throughout the I' hosts,at.a lovely buffet des- I Has .Annual SupperFor Party For PupilsMrs. Reg. 19.95. Buy Ring for 12.95
study by the berg. club rooms, and the auditorium'st bridge party' last Saturday Staff MembersStaff

Vlas'decoratedith arrangements: eveVi&i'g at the Moench home at E. M. Davis is entertainingher GET NECKLACE FREE !
of red gladioli and brass candelabra piano pupils at a Christmas
1545; Brownlee street.Chr'stmas members of the Florida

r. ..: ,'I'W6'-4'f'' ",_ !-. ', :. ....., holding red candles. The i decorations graced, Bank of Starke will hold their party at her home Friday after-
,. f. ,:.+ stage noon at 3:15: o'clock. Westinghouse Elec. Rotisserie
was decorated Christmas
M !tltt gold and i points of interest in the home annual party in the
..\:'> ::. ,. :pt w .. white magnolia medalions th tfor the! occasi n. The buffet table Pecan Room of the Garden Restaurant Each pupil will play a piano

., ., glowed. in the flickering candle-j'([w:as beautfiul with a white linen this evening Thursday selection followed by games and Reg. 40.00 NOW 19.95

i. wb w.;'' ..ia light.The I I cloth!! and centered with a red Following the dinner, gifts will' refreshments.
,* tea table in th'sunroom ,
; 7rM f r y d miniature Chrfstmas tree
t |I > be exchanged and each memberon Washable Artificial Flowers
<. was overlaid with white -
{ i I decorated'with silver bows. New Year Eve DanceThe
Q Italian cutwork Completing ,the,staff will receive a year's
S St centered the arrangement were sil"jver 'end of NOW HALF
with a red and silver i 1 bonus a month's pay. PRICE!
I i iI mas centerpiece flanked by silycandelabra er j!'i ; ,candelabra with burning ,red Enjoying the. affair with the Starke Business and Pro-
I i I tapers. Silver trays held dainty staff fessional Woman's Club will spon-
will be their husbands and
witty\ 'burning white ,
1 I'Z:7 tapers. Silver trays and cakes, sandwiches, candies and Rives sor a dance on New Year's Eve
I compotes -
t helddainty i nuts. The seven Tn31yi3ual card '* Wednesday night Dec.
: Sandwiches, '> *K?"V"v. 314 at the I BULLINGTON
d.J jI takes, mints ana nuts. Silver coffee white tables linen were covered cloths' and with red or Luncheon Staff USO !building. An orchestra will i iI
and tea centered
services graced eachend with Sfcfcfa, Claus. Has Yule furnish music from 9:30 to 1 I
of the tea table. Party'fieStarce'Elementary STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP
.. .J. During the tea hour a delightful Among the 30 guests were Mr. o'clock. The public is invited to I II

.. <..,,. Christmas musical and Mrs. Lowell Mathews of lunchroom attend.. _
i, program I
...A...,. arranged Nepturte Beach. Following several employees. held their annual f -
I by Mrs.
i ,.,.::1 chairman of music, .was Lloyd presented.Green regressions of bridge prizes were Christmas party Tuesday evening

1. Taking part on the program were awarded the 'Winners. at the home of Mrs. j. R. Taylor
1305 Standing road.
\ S Mike Shepherd with a sob
... .. .... piano ;
S- : three children's choirs from the Patty Rosier Holiday decorations were used
I for this deligiftiul' occasion. The I
Our Junior Fire First Baptist Church under the Is Honoree '
Marshalsare direction of Mrs. Lex Green and Party: refreshment_ _table"was l centered j jwith

'accomp n1e at the a beautiful silver Chnstmas 1
for safer Christmas piano by Airs. Mrs. N. B. Rosier entertainedat
working a L. F. Dinkins; a vocal solo by Miss arrangement. Refreshments and
Virginia Sewell, a delightful birthday party the exchanging of gifts were en-
It's time for our Junior Fire Marshals' annual "Chris accompanied J by last Friday afternoon for her .
nas Mrs. 1: A, Canova a solo jiy Miss joyed during_ the evenui;
Tree Project". Mara Payne accompanied by Miss daughter! Patty, who was celebratIng The lunch room staff includes

In a few days, these youngsters will be tagging Christmastrees Virginia Sewell\ : a duet "(vnite her sixth anniversary. Mrs. Sarah Hunter Mrs. Anna

with a colorful decoration that tells how to keep the Christmas" toy Misses Mara Payne An attractive pink and green Fender :Mrs. Mildred Lawson,

tree from becoming a dangerous fire hazard. and Virginia Sewell; a ballet number I.color motif was carried out in the :Miss Rosa. Lee ':Moore Mrs. Mat-

In cooperation with the Hartford Fire Insurance Company by pupils'of Miss Patty Har- party decorations. Over the dining tie Gresham, :Mrs. Alice Jenkins, ANDGALLONS S

we are happy to sponsor all Junior Fire Marshal activities rod, Jackie Arnold, Susie Broadway 'room table was a pink and green :Mrs. Pauline. Taylor Mrs. Donnie 5-

throughout the year. and Beth Strickland, acre m- canopy with pink streamers attached Mae Edwards, Mrs. Ruth Mae

These youngsters are working to make our communitya panted at the piano by Miss Har- i to green and pink, balls. Shambarger, Mrs. Jane M. Grou- 50

safer place. We're sure }oull give them jour full support. rod's mother; and the Junior choir Centering the table was a beau- don, and Miss Ida Mae Burney.

i from the First Methodist lftiful|'1 three-tiered birthday cake

directed and accompanied'by-Mrs. decorated with pink and green Sunshine Club OF GAS .

Harold C. %Wall Agency Lloyd Green. rose buds.
Presiding at the coffee and tea The 20 youngsters enjoyed Has Yule Banquet

services were Mrs W. K. Middle- games during the party hours and

200 E. Call Street Dial WO 4-4801 I ton, Mrs. Ethel Lowell :Mrs. Doyle received favors of balloons, The Ycung Women's Sunshine

Conner and Mrs. Vernon Silcox,' whistles and candy canes. Class of the Madison Street Baptist WITH EVERY NEW% 1959 FORD CAR TRUCK
Representing the Hartford Fire Insurance Company or
Assisting as floor hostesses were Mrs. Rosier was assisted by ; church held a Christmas banquet -

Mrs. C. E. Johns, Mrs. I!::. U Matthews 1 Mrs. C. H.Dittmar of Jacksonville last Saturday evening in the

Mrs. F. F. Stump, bits 0.11 and Mrs. Floyd Green, and Mrs. Sunday School building. SOLD AND DELIVERED BY DECEMBER

L. Haynes. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, of rs. T. G. Ritch of Starke. Also enjoying The dining, tables were gay with 24

CREDIT Tyler Jones, Mrs. George Klynn,| ] the affair were Mrs E.- B. Christmas berries and red candles

ATr Sr. Mrs. Hogan Smith, -Mrs. }Kos- Andrews, and Mrs. R. S. Johns and a tall Christmas tree was
ler Shi Smith, Mrs.. Clyde Sin) of Lake Butler.
placed .at one end of the.building.
clair, Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs.
J. H. DuPre Miss Dorothy Ross,, Junior Club Host Following the banquet a delightful -
was enjoyed.
Mrs. Herbert Ritch and Mrs. Levy program
'-:,:' .. Canova. Members of the LitWomen's cle At Dinner Dance invocation was given by Rev. Jack
Mabry and Jerry Gay served as
Club assisted in serving i ,
The new members honored at For New Members master of ceremonies. Christmas

the tea were Mrs. Jam s Black- carols were led by Jack Rahn andJ. r

shear, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs, Members of the Junior Woman's T. Lawson delivered a Christmas w

Mack Futch, Mrs. Larry Gibson, Club held their annualdinner message. The benediction waS

Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., Mrs. T. b' dance last Friday eveningat given by P. T. Nolin.

I. 2: Howell, Mrs. Hollis Knight .Mrs. the, Club House honoring their The 57 guests enjoying the affair _

MAKE IT A 0 W. C. Powell Miss Delia Rosen new members. exchanged gifts at the close

berg, Mrs. T. H. Slade Sr., Mrs Approximately 90 members and of the program, IN TERWILLEGAR MOTORS CLEAN SWEEP
- MERRY Clyde Terwilleear, Mrs. D. L guests enjoyed a delicious roast OF NEW AND

H Thomas Mrs. Jack Trawick, Mrs. beef dinner followed by dancing
BPW Members Have
C. M. Turney Mrs. Harry Kabb during the remainder of the even USED CARS. CLEARING OUR LOT BEFORE INVENTORY!
W Mrs. Steve Weldon Mrs. C ing.Mrs. Christmas Party

: SchmioT, Mrs. H. E, Dayton hartrs.. Seymour Marco and Mrs. -
W r. Mural Gardner Mrs. G. I!:., Snow, Harry Elrod were social chairmen, The Starke BPW club held its

From Mrs. O. L. Haynes Jr., and Mrs.I' assisted by.Mrs. John Torode and Christmas party at the Kingsley '50 Chevrolet Tudor '54 Chev. Bel Air Fordor
I Merrill Struth. Mrs. Joe Warren. lake home of Miss Della Rosen

xn berg last Thursday evening with Power Glide Xtra Clean -
0 GEM Jewelry g Bobby Chapman Dr. And Mrs. Houpt : Mrs. Edward Hall and Miss Flor- 1 Owner
I I ence Jennings as co-hostesses.

z : 109 EaSt Call St. )> Has Birthday Party Hosts To Staff Final plans were made for' thedance 195.00 5745.00

to be held on' New Year's
and Mrs.
--F Calvin Houpt c
i Chapman celebrated his nEve.The
of Mrs. Nate Dyal
tertained the
(:) eighth ,birthday last I staff of Doctors
Saturday was.presented as a candidate for
I" Hospital at their
rrt.l afternoon from three to five o'- annual Christmas treasurer from-this district. Mrs
clock I party Saturday evening at then
when his mother Mrs: R. home on N. Waltut street. J, D. Doyle made areport on the

V. Chapman entertained at ..aj Artistic Yuletide decorationshighlight recent film which the local club '54 Ford V-8 Custom Fordor '
: 56 Ford -V-8 Custom Tudor
aE party for him at their home in sponsored. "Time and Two Wo
points of
.. interest in
Saratoga Heights.
: the party rooms for the occasion.Following men" Fordomatic Radio = Heater Radio Good
The Condition
party was held in the car- -
a delicious buffet supper After the business meeting a
s 11 P, port where Christmas t1ecor tions the 20 social enjoyed
hour Mrs
guests exchanged gifts. was ;;
predominated. The 15 $695.00
young Also enjoying the affair with Lloyd Farber won prize for $895.00ckecfc

guests enjoyed tames and refffShments -. the staff and their hosts wereMr. guessing the correct number of ,
during the ... ..
party : and Mrs. Steve Simmons ,of Leans in a jar..Mrs. Gene Pearson -- - -

CASH PRICES Mrs. Chapman was assisted by Starke. Mr. and Sirs John Hut ch- was awarded a prize for pinnin

her daughter, Lynda. Mrs. Joe iason of Gainesville and }lr. and Santa's_ bag of toy'over his L_
t Johnson and Mrs. H. H. R ebb, bars ,v with Clyde these
Jr. land, T. H. Hutchinson of LaJ keshoulder.. Gifts ,were. distributed 1 Terwillegar on Buys!

i to all the guests present. I

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-) Mr. and Mrs. E. K.,Ferryman, Homeowners Must City PlanningIs A comprehensive master plan Tz
Jr. and family of Bethlehem, Pa. I for the city would include new

will arrive Dee 23, and Comer P rove Eligibility DiscussedAt land use, traffic routes parking, ..._

Ferryman of, Jacksonville will be residential areas, city facilities, .

here to spend the holidays with For Exemption Council Meeting business district plans, that of the Again this t CHRISTMAS

their parents Judge and Mrs. new industrial area, and subdivision -
A new ,ruling by. Attorney General -" What a city plan is and how it \
Ferryman Sr.( General Richard Erin places' Is attained, was the subject 'disI regulations. .
N THE .. /
NEWA3C Miss I I Council members told ... tt:4J America will
Florence Brown of Miami the burden on the homeowner to cussed at the City Council meeting Mr. Haas Elect
will arrive Sunday to spend the prove'to the tax assessor that 'he'' Tuesday night by J. Brooks j I| that they would discuss the plan
... ------.- ..... .,., and make their decision later
-------- ... ---- --.- ,; holidays with her mother Mrs. has not actually abandoned his Haas of Haas & Hutchison City at a :
It date. Wias
Marcus .
Brown. Planners.Mr.
Dewayne Elder is home Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff home when he accepts employment -

from Gunter AFB, Montgomery, Jr. all have_ as Christmas week- Mrs. H. Brownlee returned in another' city. Haas had been invited to

Ala., where he graduated;i from end guests, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Tuesday after ,spending the past Previously, Ervin had held that I meet 'with' 'the council: to explain Dr. Barry Heads

the Dental Laboratory Technic- Monteith of Fort Lauderdale, six weeks with her daughter. Miss the assesor bore the burden of the program, which if earned Medical Staff : !

ians school. 'He'leaves Jan. 2 for Capt. and.Mrs. Ralph Rhodes and Mary Brownlee -and Mrs. M. C !proving a homeowner could not' through in some phases could be jjFIRHoic4FIRST

Homestead d AFB for further duty. I sons of Biloxi, Miss., and Mr. and Stith In Washington, D. C. and 'claim the $5.000 exemption from I done in part with matching federal I Of Bradford ,HospitalDr.

Mr and Mrs. William Giaudon Mrs. Joe Monteith and son of Baltimore! ,_Md.< .. property taxes if he works and funds. I I
and tWQ ..sons, and Miss Eonia Jacksonville Dr. H. G. Bollinger attendedthe fives jn another city. Mr. Haas said the purpose of a'I' A. J. Barry was elected

Hunter left Wednesday fcr Utica; ,Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr. Children's Evangelism Fellowship The question was raised again city, plan is to aid'a city to grow':. Chief of taff of the Bradford UDT A. ,a

N. Y. to spend the holidays with and family: will leave Wednesday l State Board meeting in when Tax Assessor L. C. Forbesof to grow in thedesired, direction I County Hospital at the monthly 23'jewels.18 Kt gold,timed gas 1
relatives. Orlando on Saturday.Mr. and to repair, in some cases,-damage meeting of the Medical Staff held to six precision adjustments
for .
Scottsboro Duval Ccunty asked if a'person
Ala. to
spend the ,
i cnai- 1.a
I )
that has been Tuesday night. Dr. T. G. HitCh ;
Mr. land Mrs. Dave Burt of Christmas weekend with her par- and Mrs. Tyler Jcnes spent who is working for a public agency growth. done by haphazard !i;! was elected Vice Chief of Statf, ; spring

Jackson i Mich were weekend e/its Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Snod- the weekend In Valdosta Ga. with. hi! another county 'can continue -, The I I I and Dr. D. M. Christoflers, Secre- j'
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. grass. Mr. and'Mrs. Roy M. Shaw to claim homestead exemptIon services offered by the ,
Strickland. Miss Idell Landrum of Houston ,Dr. II. C. Bellingers office will on a home he rents out and firm, who are architects and engineers -j I tary-Treasurer. j

MT.I and Mrs. Jack Burns ot Texasiu arrive Wednesday to, 1 be closed' hoe 22 to 27th Inclusive has' been away from for several as well as city planners,j J I A program consisting of the 19'.lib
include collection of demonstration of a complete line 3a
information i
Atlantic City: N. J, were weekend spend the Christmas years.' 1 ?
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meister .1 concerning the city and of the most modern equipment for j
guestsof- 'Mr. and Mrs. S. S. her fanuly. 1 leave Friday to spend the holidays Ervin said a review of court photographs, studies maps of the area the detection and automatic treat

I Noegel at their camp on Ochla- Rev. and Mrs. Bob Sommer and with her parents Dr. and rulings on the point caused him j I I and proposals.. '_ I'I'I ment of certain types of cardiac
waha River. Mrs. H. to modify his former opinion.In '. .
Miss B. McLendon
Mijdred Sapp of Ocala were Orlando. He said,I tit much,of the infOrmation cases was presented.
Mr.i and Mrs.' Marcus Bevis of Wednesday evening i supper" guests Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathewsof his latest opinion, Ervin said was already secured and, Attending the meeting were Dr. I i ab ; c PEESID!NT.

Gainesville have rented the Mc- :f'Mr and Mrs. L. D. Vining.Mr. Neptune Beach and Mr. and a mere statement from the home- would cut the cost of the service;.; H. "H. Adams, Dr. A. J. Barry, Ur. ,M 1 '\ New miracle of THI1-THIH
Kinney house on N. Water street. intendsto watch design'' U jewels;
and Mrs. G. E. Snow will. Mrs: Virgil Mathews of Atlantic owner that he ultimately and that some work could, ,be done I D. M, Christoffers, Dr. A. Y. Cov-I L I 's.. unbreakable mrrt.i'-if,
He Gainesville.,is employed- with Sperry in .leave Sunday for Orlando" I to' Beach spent the 'weekend with return to his home is not sufficient by city employees.: Ii I ington, Dr. P. G. Felos, Dr. L. H. I R ,4 k band shock, also resistant available, ezpatsae wt lthucwl

spend the Christmas holidays Mr. and Mrs. Gar Mathews. to prove a claim for home- Saying that the automobile, in Jennings, Dr. T. G. Patch, Ur. Hex Wal)

Marion Cadet Capt. Jack E. Miller of with their daughter, Mrs. Henry Mrs. John' Love" Wilkes is stead exemption. changing our economic pattern I Ramesy of the State Prison, Dr. i ,, ""'-
Military Institute will be
home Thomas and Mrs. Robert Knight spending the holidays with her I -, also brought problems"of trattic Winston Summerlin of Gainesville.

Mr. Friday and Mrs.fthe Vincent holidays.Plucker and their families. Mrs. Snow'and daughter, Mr. and Funeral Friday and parking which most cities j Dr. Carl Wells and Dr. LelaVeIIs:

and children of Richmond Va. will be honored at a tea on Tuesday Mrs. F. H. Evans, at Coral Gables. For Mrs. AndersonMrs. have not planned for, Mr. Haas t'I of Jacksonville Dr. J. i. Denmark Just $1 t now will/ hold your BULQVA tit: C/ir&masf/ Come in
at the home of Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. explained the need of routes and R. .E. Edmondson, administrator. -
are visiting Mr and Mrs. Ernest Roberts in Orlando to spending the Christmas Harry Green are through a city, intercity trattic today and choose the finest gift you can give-!SI"! OVA.'
meet old
! Plucker and Dave this week. holidays Irene Aldridge Anderson, and possibilities of protection I
friends. in Murfreesboro, Tenn. in
y Miss Babs Lance of Charity With her g6, of Starke died Wednesday; residential
Hospital.New Orleans La. will Mrs. Leah S. Bauknight of parents, ''Mr. ,and Mrs. Jesse Sub- Dec. 10, in a Jacksonville hospital Many industries areas. have expressed Courthouse Offices Any Item Purchased in Our Store Engraving -

arrive home Sunday for the with Jacksonville Miss- Kate,,spent Struth.the weekend- lett.Mrs.: :Mae Jones of Jacksonville after a brief illness. She was born I the desire to locate in areas such I II I To Close Three Days FREE Also FREE Gift Wrapping
Christmas- 1922
week. in CUllman Ala., April 27, I as Starke, according to Mr. Haas,
'''Jesse Newsome Mrs. J. G. Millican spent the weekend with Dr. and of late GroverC. (
Mrs.; spent Fri- of Palatka the daughter the but require that proper facilitiesfor Bradfcrd County courthouse offices -
day to in and Mrs. Carl Dinkins Mrs. W. E. Middleton. The Mid and Annie Beck i|I
Monday Folkston Ga. of Bush- Aldridge Mrs. their employees are available.
dJetons will be closed all day Thursday
with Mr. and Morris nell are spending Christmas also had as Saturday who resides at Lake City. The of Lifetime !
Mrs Williams :Mr. and with guests, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Coe Lanier These include good housing,'I ; [Christmas Day], Friday and Buy a
and family. Mrs. A. E. McKinney. Surviving her husband, schools -
cf Jacksonville.Dr. are roads, and civic facilities. Saturday of next week.
Mrs. Florence Prater of Lawtey Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Thomas Jesse C. Anderson cf Starke. her : ,
has been added to the X-ray and ,and Mr. and Mrs. Elton Smith, and :Mrs. James Chace of mother, and stepfather, Fred -

Lab.Hospital.Dept. of Bradford County 'will attend the Liberty National of Gainesville bars Etta were Hoover.Saturday visitors Lanier of Lake City: one brother, I PROTECT DRIVER'S license 4 'fiit stsr, rtrarararu'tr_ r r -

Insurance Co. Christmas party in L. H. Aldridge of Starke; and five your
Dr. H. C. Bellingers office will ,Gainesville Friday night. Ricky Jackson, son of Mr. and sisters Mrs. B. J. Williams, Im- I
I be closed Dec. 22 to 27th inclusive Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Snow were Mrs. W. T. 'Jackson, is confined ,
mokalee; Mrs. Neal Crawford, j! BUY
Ralph Kilpatrick of Troy, Ala. : in Live Oak over the weekend with chicken pox. I

was the overnight guest last visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hollis V. Knight Sr. is convalescing Mrs. Ruth Taylor, and Mrs. Joe C e 'r t: it

Saturday of Mr. and Mrs L. D. Hurst. follQwing an appendectomy McGee all of Starke; and Mrs. LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCE i ?e G ft X

Oren Welch of Dade City spent at Bradford County Hospital last Tommy Tyre, Columbus, Ga. I

the weekend with his daughter,, Friday. Funeral services were held Fri-
Mrs. M. L. Lawson and family. Bill Morar of Paanama City day at 3 p. m. in North Side Baptist -.
Vining.Florida Miss Virginia Sewell spent spent the weekend with Miss Agnes' Church with Rev E. C. HarI I i No Membership Fees* 6 Mo. Policies
Thursday to Tuesday in Fort Lawson and the H. A. Law-
sons, vey and Rev. H. R. Carter offici- : ,
Lauderdale with friends and for ..,, :
Mr. and Mrs. ating. 14VILr
mer school associates. Benedict FmzerJr. 1VER

V Jan Mundorff arrives home today the. and holidays family with leave Friday for' Burial was in the family plot in I DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY .<< "; 110L4710

from Oglethrope Universityin relatives in Dyal Cemetery under the direction I ns
: Louiseville,
THEATRE dorff Atlanta will, arrive and Pvt.Sunday Wayne Mun from Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bohner of of DeWitt C, Jones Funeral j 1,3p W, Call St.. Phone- : WO- 44501PrIcG yt S'Il" J

Fort Bliss; Texas for the holidays., Birmingham, Mich. were Wednes Home. 'J7 l r r' "T1aUdtddWIa1! N out tftA'C j
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lappe and "+l iJt7ta'SPa gf
Sat. Dec. Firth, while e'nroute to Miami
family have moved from N. Bay
J Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hobbs will
'/ street to the Boyer Ranch on the I
OUT! THt SIOUX AM have as weekend guests Mr. and I.s
ON THE TERROR TRAIL. 7 Raifcrd road. Mrs. J. T. Adkins of Bainbridge, ,IN FAMOUS Wm ROGERS SILVERPLATE
Roddy Struth will arrive today
Ga., Mrs. Leon :Miller and
4 daughter Mode by The International Silver Company
Young Harris College, Ga.
of Jacksonville
i and Mrs. G.
for the holidays.
M. Bedenbaugh and Mr. and Mrs
BUFFALO BILL Marvin Brown of Murray State Bob Odam of Tallahassee. They tl1t S.
Colleg, Ky. arrives home Satur will be here for the wedding ot ;4i-or
day for the holidays. J
i their granddaughter and niece,

Miss Pat Hobbs, Saturday night.
Mr. and 3Irs. T. H. Hutchmsonof .

.r Lakeland were weekend guestsof "THE LOVELIEST GLASSWARE IN AMERICA"

Dr: and Mrs. C. J. Houpt while
t% of their Bill Cullen
r daughter, Mrs. Mary Alice
r Hoequist, was an appendectomy says

1 r patient' in Doctors Hospital. !
t Star of NBC-TV's fabulous show,"The Price Is Right"
1 v 4y =1 Silver ServiceIs >M

i AwardedRobert r ENTER BIG SANDRAN

D,: Magyari. of Rt. 2, -

YgrNan as BUFFALO.MM MWY BILL i /j ,, Box' 5Hz, Starke, was the' lucky i "THE PRICE IS RIGHT"CHRISTMAS I 5-- 4
winner of \
the silver service which

ANDS the Junior: Woman's Club gave t
away last Saturday. Little Terry CONTEST

I] York, daughter of JoAnn York, ; : % '
pulled the lucky name from the
box of tickets. 1 -

The Club wishes to express
their thanks to all persons con- JUST GUESS THEIR

tributing and buying tickets for s'.. (1 RIGHT PRICE! ..
this drawing, which will toward c'7 X
i earn' go i > Y
; dp .. 4c 12 pc. Buckeye heavy aluminum
Sul 0E *I11 SrIIOM l ler MQjlll Lr ,i their project of a Community { flkt RMMAID! C nATf MT WRAT Swimming Pool Fund. '' =' S__ nt 1 Westinghouse portable mixer
24 Stainless Steel Flatware .
Anti!1ERSA1- set : This has been called one of the
MOTOROLA'PORTABLE Christmas Party r 5 pc.Cannon toIPractoiironingboazd wel set e
Plus "Caveman Inki" Cartoon II : most beautiful pieces of handmade

At Camp Blanding .4a Qef' W'"s 'ar '' M ,'.' 4 :Ke S S'M'n 34 pc.Sabin China set it l glass in America. It is deep,
I 1 electric two-way clock by r
N., MON., TUES. ,i Westclox sheer, clearer)btal. It is a
The annual Christmas
IiI Dec.. 21, 22, 23 STEREO children of employees: of party the Trail thing of beauty and will win a place in your

r 99.95I I Ridge Plant will be held in the IT'S FUN-IT'S CA5YI! home for its decorative value alone yet it U
TOM MICkEY Your prizes delivered before
Bm.L. ROONEY Enlisted Men's Club at Camp A i ? ; r ; Christmas! Simply come closest very useful, too, to hold fruit, flowers, candy

.{. -.. FOR FREE HOME Blanding Saturday afternoon.The ? e to guessing the actual retail and even sandwiches and hors d'oeuvres.)
M1; SHAuGHNESSYnii party for Highland Plant a'3'' ,r .;a vahie of these prizes you see
DEMONSTRATIONPhone children Was held last Saturday on display at our store."andthey're _TODr

MERRIILr WO 4.7271 afternoon and was attended by t c
around 250. Presents were dis- or any room in your home (up EP Only : 9:9SWestinghouse :
_JLANICELITTLE tributed from the Christmas tree, to 20 tq. yard!).
y and refreshments served.

yI ENTEn: JUST ,BY COMING IN TO SEE,AMAZING NEW, VINYL. Electric r Reg. $29.95 Value
Woodman Circle *t .,,}
w -- PAN. 19.95

The Supreme Forest W. C. will i

hold a Christmas party at the SAN DrR' .,\ 1
ON.""" $cope VERSATILE NEW MOTOROLA POBT. Lion's Den Tuesday night Dec. ; i
ABLE 'STEREO HIGH FIDELITY 23 beginning with supper at 7;30.
Plus '"Old Mother Cobbler"Cartoon.
Detachable Members x.
Versatile stereo. are asked to bring a

., speaker cabinets play.close too covered dish and a gift costing a
gether or far apart. 16-watt not over $1.Brownie. 4 e irw' "5'. ONLY SARAN comes sparkling bright %
WED., THURS., FRI. stereo amplifier. speakers. :; : with a swish of a sponge mop. It never needs scrubbing; : !
tone controls balance
Dee. 24, 25, 26 ,, Separate control Dual sapphire NoticeThe ONLY'SANDRAN can't spot, can't stain... %

FOR ADULTS ONLY I styli Carrying case with Spice defies dirt, bleach, grease, even acids! u.
Brown Brownie Scouts are askedto ? t well..offers \
ONLY SANDRAN wean so you
miracle fabric.Model bring one of their school pictures Core's sparkling rhinestoneS
Ron t,fa)*,HIM*stage MTf .( SH12)) .I an exclusive Beauty-Wear Guarantee! r.s_\
with their -
them to meeting s
oat ;: ONLY SANORAN has new Gold! ; everywtere
.95 4T U seen this season
lift* 164 Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. r
gorgeous Vmylw Cds..over 100 decorator colors '
Urbsl 1&
t beautifully set necUaces and
+ $ and patterns!
Recent,Births, gr
; earrings in @atterng! ef
a I Bradford County Hospital announces r BID'AT G

na--ts' ''I FROM, A ,COMPLETE the tollowing. births:. FINAL yti( M P:1nredive designs-bracelets ,
A Jparpl r.ekIII PtoA ctae rirniI Mr. and Mrs. Neil Gilbert Craw- ; '
I I. lOllS. IKUID LINE AT. ford of Starke*. a daughter DonnaLanette. _. : tom tcL.
t r .J 3:00 P.M. DEC. 23 1958 m
DAY ,WaAIE'THE Dec 10. ::.: zrL 1ROBERTS?. q
IUIIIIIL Mr. and Mrs.-Theodore Young

OF LOVr of Starke a son, Harold Ernest

va..NG w.abG .W.-sA1A_ 8U1LiNGTONStudio Dec.,12. JEWELRY"YOUR
,- : ruswes. Mr. and Mrs. William Charles DENMARK FURNITURE CO.FreeDeiVery

,. -- Johnson of Starke a daughter, FRIENDLY JEWELER"Starke
Plus &.Gift ShopS Deborah Lynn. Dee. 12, -
"Woodpecker FromMars" Mr. and "Mrs: George Edward FloridahLTI1SDA
lee 0f STARKE' free. Delivery;
Cartoon. ,-,FJa. MeCjejian} ot'&tarke.. a son Jimmy J __ ___ ..
Ray,.Dec..12. I




THURSDAY, DEC. 18. 1958

Coaches, 'Squad I Funeral Services i Cancer Closet I Theatre Party discarded but in repairable condition -I toy or noC'; 'however.

For U. Gray Turner ). These toys will be included The annual Memorial Service for
Express ,Thanks : For Children by the Elkis in their annual deceased brothers was held by the

U. Gray Turner, 50, one time distribution of Christmas basketson Elks last Sunday afternoon at 3
FillsA Saturday Morning
To A i B ckers ; Dec. 23. All children will be o'clockth Sen. B. C. Pearce of
resident of Starke, died last Fridayin
: I The Florida Theatre will be the admitted whether they bring a I I Palatka the main speaker.
a Jacksonville hospital after a
Dee.- 17, 1VD8! of attraction
brief illness. ( from Page 1] ZY t 'i center this Saturday

Dear Gene:. '1 morning for children in Starke and
I Born in Lakeland, Mr. Turner I talented doll for
We,the coaches, and members-of beside party vicinity when the local Elks lodge
the Schobl I had lived in Jacksonville for 20 clothes and slacks, she also has a
1958 Bradford High I ( holds its annual Christmas theatre 'f3tatwbJ G4tL
Tornado Football Team would like I years, moving; there from Starke. teautiful ballet costume. party at 10 a.m.

tn' thank you and your paper for I He was a member ot tne Riverside Three years ago when Marilyn rs A special program of movie

the wonderful, help you gave" ;to i Park Methodist Church, and for Firth was chairman, the organ- shorts and cartoons for children SUPERB WRITING INSTRUMENTS

us this year !ado in .all the; past i the past several years had been a ization was responsible for bring- will be presented. Admission is

years.,:JVevdetpiy: appreciate ,the dental technician. He was 'a vet ing the Blood Bank to Starke. > free, but all children attendingare b o

jnatertalpublished"',in, the Hryut-i eran of World War II, serving in Other helpful activities cf the invited to bring a toy, new or y
ford County Telegrapn from wek, the Navy. group include transportation of r

to week. We just' wanted you to': He is survived by his wifeMrs.; patients to clinics in Gainesvilleand
know that we are grateful 'for Jacksonville.
Betty G. Turner
; his mother Mrs.
your help. Ada Briggs, both of Jacksonville; At present Mrs. Olin White, Jr. D E81CTARKE

We would also like to thank the a sister,Mrs. Betty Nesbitt of California is chairman of the Cancer Closet ,d FL'':

doctors, radio station, Boo to r ; and two brothers, John and she and Mrs. Joseph Warrensay f .

Club,'teachers Mr Payne, student t Briggs, Jacksonville, and Dan that their main problem is _

body, .and,.all'themany wonderful l Turner, that cancer patients do not avail
people who helped us have the Cine themselves of this service as much Fri., Sat. Dec. 19, 20 '

season ,we had' this year. as they could. "The Cancer Closet y DOUBLE FEATURE

Our special, thanks to Art Holy Thanks a personal again"THANK to you and YOU the!'' has materials for anyone who Sing Boy Sing

day, president of the Boosters fine people of Bradford needs them. It isn't just for poorpPOple.

Club, for the*.fine Joo he is doingon (" help given to us this County forth We are trying to be help Tommy Sands, Lili Gentle tNh,1t, s.,

our Scoreboard for next year. Merry Christmas and year. ful; to the sick. AND Fashionable aa'
There are 'Be- Happy MtdaUlo* Feunlain feminine. Purse-sa.
many people that New Year to all! The Phantom fountain cud
lea Disk Set. Writing pen
helped In so .many ways that we Census DivisionsAre .
notching pencil %
Sincerelj-, efficiency-plus mart
couT3 not begin to call all the Bradford High School Stage Coach decorator colon in ce shake of silt gay

names, but we hope that as they Tornado Football Squad EstablishedIn 1 William Bishop, Kathleen Crow ley ramie bates. ColorPooche ,Pill&!,
read this letter they will take'lt and Also Serial and Cartoon matched pens. Orchid
Coaches. a joint program with the i trumpets keep pen within Yellow. Include

State of Florida and each of i its i Sun.. Mon. Dec. 21,22 easy reach.Azure,lime, colorful punt 4 S.
-' and gift boa $5.00
counties Jet Slack $7.9S
the Bureau of the Cen DOUBLE
Tlte' Cling Scriplum sus is establishing areas known FEATURE-
by fa Ilmitt J Census County Divisions, for use as Touch Of Evil
Truth Crushed To Earth Shall Rise
Again in statistical reporting. These Orsen Wells, Janet Leigh

areas will toe used to replace the L AND

V \ Commissioners Districts previously
J ss Hi4T2iiTu'k.rinpeTu
> y North West
TO alt 6EhERdT14k5'S6.MGCS \ used as a census reporting _

......., / .-- / unit.Frank Four patrons of Starke Elementary School helped with the Mounted Police
Bartley a member of the
Census Staff, who was here recently recent accreditation report that gave the school a superior rating Preston Foster, Paulette Goddard

1 from Washington, D. C. to for the year. Looking over the report are seated) Mrs. Also Cartoon
Deluxe "K" S.,.
consult with county officials, John A. Torode and Mrs James! Chitty Standing: Merritt Williams -
> Beautiful, deep-toned
states that Census County Divi- and Mrs S. G. Denmark t'r fountain pen with

sions should ''be particularly useful KING CREOLE watching pencil.J9.7S

for local statistical purposes. For WITH ELMS PRESLEY
; y i iR iei
\ k- the most part theyare based on For Starke Elementary Also! Cartoon \

,t the population centers whicff
No pen is quite so personal as Esterbrook,because only Esterbroofc
a focal point of each division. Wed.. Thur. Dec. 24. 25 lets you choose from 30 point styles. This means your gift can
It is believed that they will be a Patrons Work On AccreditationThe DOUBLE FEATURE match any handwriting or writing job. whether you select a hand-

1, IN handy tool for use of county officials some pen and pencil set, fashionable Pctite-PA; set, or convenient

1 business organizations, and Starke Elementary School, part of Florida's general programfor All Mine To Give desk set. And because this Esterbrook personalizing means easy,
will be [ used-anJ jou'll be
pleasant writing our gift long
other groups. with the of four GIjnLs Johns, Cameron >
help patrons, recently the improvement of schools. Mitchell long remembered!
Mr. Bartley states that the completed accreditation ANDAPRIL
an Giving credit to the patrons
Visit for the selection of Eslerbrook
1- county divisions will not interfere report required by the State our pen department complete
who aided in this program i*. T. Writing products.BRADFORD.
in any way with existing governmental Board of Education, to determine

f units of the State or coun- the standard of the school in all Nolin, principal of btarke Elementary Pat Boone, Shirley Jones

t I phases.It said: "Even though we
A'c': ties.The Also Cartoon COUNTY TELEGRAPH
four Census Divisions in should achieve this superior rating -
is learned that this the
Bradford County will be Brooker, I we will not slow down. With
'school reached the required num- r
the continued aid of
many helpful 1
Hampton, Lawtey, and Starke.
ber of points, 1863; out of a .
patrons, we shall endeavor to WANTED 50 Customers to buy
sible 2045, to give it a "superior" a Solid Sterling Silver I. D. Bracelet
make further in all: Sell It *
rating. Last year it lacked about phases of our improvements school program" Rent It Trade II or Regular tall Gem$10.95 Jewelry now only $4.95 1; tchg See

FISH SHRIMP 50 points.

All phases of the school were YOU'LL LOVE tLe new Ester FOR SALK: -Penta process treated
fence posts. 4 miles Mortn
OYSTERSFish on 101.
sr covered in the report, including brook purse-size fountain pens In WITH A TELEGRAPH Green & UakKen Post Co. tfcly
Dressed If Desired physical plant, basic educational pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad-
WE HAVE loan
Prevatt Fish Market program, compliance with laws, tor" fViiinrvw. lp&T3ph. farmers. a Loans new ot 1 program to 6 year for

class loads, personnel, lunch pro- for the entire credit requIrements *

Sponsored. .. byyme'rnbers. of the Madison, Street. Baptist Church 617 E. Brownlee St. gram, instructional materials, library c. T. y. 20 WORDS OR LESS O.e Insertion (Mlah... Charier) .n ily. Gainesville of the farmer Production and his Credit fam

.-. ...- Ph. WO 9-1091 and music. EACII ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 -____ _____ 4e Per WoH Association CO North Main.
'. Each item covered in the report S0.% DISCOUNT ON REPEAT I.\8BRTIO.\9: SAME AD Gainesville, Fla. tlch-
L i was rated according to the following ADVANCE RADIOS REPAIRED

_: J scale: item CLASSIFIED DISPLAY __ All Make All M... .
.. ',1''!" y f missing ((0)) ; standard THE W. C. T. U. WILL BEHELD ---- fl-5 Per loch First Insertloa Ieai.BSble
Hl.OO'PKR Charge gnaaateeSIIEPHERn'8 ,
partially met or HKPBATKD O\B
compliancepoor MORB TIMES! RADIO .A; TV
J < ((1)); standard substantiallymet FRIDAY, DECEMBER: 19. CARDS OF THANK (Cp To .50 Wards) _____ __ lamas Greea Owner
but needing improvemment OVER 50 WORDS ______ 22' W. Call ht. Phone \VO4-fMt
------------ 4 C..t" Per
Word Btarke Fla.
((2)( :) standard met in
((3)); compliance MEMORIALS AND RESOLUTIONS! -_______,._______ A C..,.. D.. .. ur... _... GENUINE ENGRAVED
definitely above standard -- Wedding Invitations -
((4)( !). CORNER OF FOR HUNT FOR RENT with double envelopes 109
.iTis room house ref I or 2195. Bradford Cour-T Tele-
: State( School CHERRY cently painted. Adjoins sihoolli I ,
UNLAWFUL Superintendent AND MADISON 3 bed room hounr out on Road 100 ground: large corner lot nice bath, I'I praph tf
!uulb' about 3 mile from
Thomas D. town.
Bailey has said that hot water,
STREETS. room heater makes whole j i FOR RENT:: nicely fur. apts S
accreditation is a very important For Kent or Will Sell house Brownlee comfortable. Grand and 1 heaters Adults. $60 per. mo. !!&.
Sts. $50 per month. Contact :1..1' In. Phone WO 91545. tfcbg
ONE of LTadford County's nicest I owner. Mrs.: D. E Knight, I Ii I'phone
i $16995 HI Fi
domes, with 2fhir 12-18 i Record
about 15; for
Player, holds 12:! records, in wooden
CHECK gardening, fanning or pasturing. FOR S.\LE-9 x 12 all wool 717 cabinet with four
legs and
rug extra
: For Lots of pecan lifts and fruit trees. Cypress !o't.: Phone WO 4-4X53 tfhg speakers. Xmas Special at Dahmers
Person Persons WINKLER PRICESFOR 3 bedroom
living dining
Any or to Engage in family loom and room kitchen. Every room WANTED 50 Customers to buy I down Gift Shoppe for $119.95, only tfchg$5.00

convenience. a Solid Sterling Silver I'. D. Bracelet
Regular J1095; now only,: J4.95.; See i lTOJUCIltLCElnr

: Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless THAT 1 .l< on FOR II)"IULEI .No. 16 V Fine or call Gem Jewelry. 1 tchg pains Burning disappear stomach with and"Famous Ulcer-like Botab

ELECTRIC E bin Ituilillni; Lot-nut far' from tonn.TrrniM ANYONE having any information Treatment, or your money back.
concerning Della M. Kight (wife of Write The Botab Co. P. O. Pox 497,
h Sam Kight who lived in Stdfke Tifton. Ga. 6tp 1225!
3 Arre '. i
on Ih''' 16 S. Clone to new I
The Name rh.hal I kite, near hoHpital, Lotely Annie:ween Hee 1940 Thomas and 1944., Gen.please, Olus- I FOR RENT :2! bedroom furnished
Is .
home si t. Term
:[ Registered G.E. fee, Flit tip ]2-1 y house with car port newly decorated .
: VACUUM' CLEANERSReg. FOR !SILKr I on Walnut St. Inquire at 733
: FOR SALE N Thompson St.
;..o l 'M arrr farm Typewriter, L. C. 1 tp
Smith: standard,
recently reiondi
lone in tt" arre farm. tioned $40. Refrigerator, Serve! FOR SALE Big bunch of yard
59.95 Val gas guaranteed good condition, grown clip Christmas Holly SOc
r. $6;)
T Read This Florida Law O0ONLY WALL REALTY Baby bed, drop side for child up to Christmas cedar trees $1 and $1.50
: .'; $ PHONK HO 4-0091 7 years, with mattress, $18. Highchair I each Sorry none can be dug only
.. Starke, Florida metal adjustable $5. Items cut off. Juicy oranges $: bu. Please
may be seen after 5; p.m. 1031 West bring container. Farm 1,000 ft
."It shall be unlawful for MW i: ifrKii.. : PII>OI di ORGANS :Madison :St.; Stihp 12-18:! 1 ', .; We st., ,
any person or persons, as defined hertia, to .\s LOW AS JIOO.OO I! Pnlnian /'" tohnunn Fla =U|> 1-M
engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious BKfilN P.%\' If\TS: I> FEB. FOR SALE Barely used like new! !]
name as herein de IP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAV Space Heaters, Harwick cooking MAKE THIS CHRISTMAS last a
tined, without and unless said fictitious: name shall be stoves inner spring mattresses, coil l iifetime Give you family World
registered with the IJIMK PIANO CO. and box Brings: mirror, pillows !'i fiotik Enclycopedla. Now available
,clerl ,of the circuit: : court: of the county where the principal place of business 1so"': Hawthorne lid. Tine all wool rugs antique mahogany -.t.: for Payne$2):! lees, than after Jan 1 M.
Ph. WO
Phone FRanklin 2-OC67 dr. drop leaf table. Sacrifice Kpx 603. 4-3794.
is, with'registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an af Gainesville, Fla. prices. Phone LE 32461.:! I.eCI..r. t1trkp 3t'hg 1-1t!
Double Bed Kt. I. Box+ 361. Kin slf' .
2t 12-1S ) Kake. tfd.K;
.. fid ,lr signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the of .FOR IEXTXlcely furnished two
FOR "I I iiitlroom house. Electric kitchen

n'thoie. interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the intereSt ELECTRIC BLANKETS TYPEWRITER AND quered.8ALF.alophone.uelt'h"r tenor Gold complete lac[ j I carpeted ditionlng-, large floors double summer, burner air heat-con-
with f'a5e. Excellent condition
of each, and the fictitious: ADDING MACHINE i er. large fenced back
name under which said business Is carried After 5 p.m. 1031 West Madison! yard. 1%
BARGAINS :! :! t'l l.lcxks from downtown. Adults
one Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiring 2tihB I preferred all WO 4-:045. Dorothy

to' in FOR SALE-Pure bred long hair Waters, owner. Itchg
engage under REMINGTON
a fictitious: name shall have advertised his or 75 TRAVELRITERRepoNkeKHfd Chihuahua puppies Inoculated,
their intention to ( Like New) house broken and trained :Mother
register said fictitious: at least He D2.13 FOR RBNT-S bedroom house.
name once a week for four ONLY Selling for 76.08 Father A.K.C. registered Sired bvBrutus. .
((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law In the county SMITH-CORONA ELECTRIC 3-2461:! ,. Leflerc Sacrifice, Rt.price.1. Phone Box 361 LE i]' Green Cherry Quiet, St desirable Phone neighborhood.WO -2942.. Floyd X.

where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be PORTABLE KiRl.I..v T-ake tf.hgA.M'THING tfchlfSACRIFICE

..accepted by the clerk Men. 315.63 10% IJUronatIf -House For Sale 3
of the circuit : : UHONG AT YOLK
: court except Bold ... bed-room
upon receiving proof of before ('IIPI.t. II3CSEt!' masonry chain link fence
each ubiIcatton.A ., Let !.. Fit. K. 611 J W. pinewood Dr. Call Hugh L.
SMith.foroaa 6MD Adding niIMl Huton WO 4-3671. 4tp 12-25:! :!
..,1. .__ Machine (office dfiuoa.lrat.r) PAINTING: REMODELING
; Reg. tti.65: SelltBK for 824U FOR SALE-A few I to 8 foot high
.- J fit's Electrical Sure choice Red Cedar Christmas .
lift. to Please (immrfmtrrd.Phone tree
BRADFORD Balled and burlapped.
b J COUNTY GeoDe Bullock, LE 3-2302 Tullis Nursery
... TELEGRAPHFOR Itch i? 1 mile South of Keystone.; 3tp

> If, .you are engaged in business under any name G.E. Appliances J 4llbPlllK bedroom SALE home-Lovely, on 10 acres furnished with a. W.932 FILL L.Butler DIRT Thigpen Road!\, Jr.J* TRACTOR Starke Phone,WO Fla.WORK 4-1351 j;i,I FOR bedroom RENT, modern house.Furnished all-electric Attractively new 12-18 decorated two.

large barn just off edge of city lOtp 11|%%I tile drain knotty pine cabinets. Adults

Electric Blankets Mixer limits ford ltd.en $12,000.paved highway 16, Rai- NOW, The ultimate in 500 : In. E. P. Renner C2 Me--
Mabel-Foyer, 118 prestige.
oilier than your own and have not had this South thve... Wauchula' Fla. ENGRAVED business cards, $1J.S5(|I Mabon St. or call WO 45744. tfcheW.XTED
; name :{ Iron Phone Prospect 36101. tfchg (price includes plate). Never before, "
Cleaners engraving at this low pricE: ,
FOR S.LE0 acre farm 2% miles I Bradford Conntv Telegraph tf -. Cuhier and -.vnl.I r'w._

properly advertised and registered will he Toasters Fry Pan from town block on house improved four Concrete and WANTED Two or 4 wheel trailer,I I I flood Town Flnanry h'>urr Apply 144 W'fall in person!lt. It'hl'at

we balh. C. A, Futch. Realtor.Ztehg1218 for N.use Grand on farm.St. Guy Harrington.73S 1 tp. FOR RENT 2 bedroom furnished

apartment, circulating heater
Toaster on

glad to give all Information towhat a WANTED Solid Sterling- 50 Silver Customers I. D. Bracelet to buy Selling one FOR lot SILK of used screen June Kingsley 1. Call Lake Carl Available Johns, WO Jan.4-4211 1 to.

you necessary as Floor Polisher Waffle Baker Regular $10.95 now only $4.S3. See doors for $1,00 each. First come ltrhqWANTED '
or call Gem Jewelry. 1 tchg first serve. Barbecue grates 14 x
50 Customers
34 $3.04. All kinds of used building to buy
supplies. Reasonable. Doors, Windows a Solid Sterling Silver T. D. Bracelet
; should do. Regular $10.$5 now only $4.J5.
Plumbing supplies and fix- See
I or call rpm J V
you KEROSENE tures. tied tin scrap iron. Odd lots wery. i tl'hlf
Many, Many Items to Choose From of lumber cheap. Call Woodland I FOR SALE Oirl'i Bicycle
SMOKELESS ODORLESS 4-4001. W T. Jackson Tranfer. ask lizt' Very good 1J Inch
for ) behind condition New
Ir. Ghames. Located
15.9 Per Gal Bur Dad Mfg Co. tfchgIN tire 4'48': ,I'0 T. Haggln", Ph. WQ

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEPHONE Female Hound and Brown male Bull I apartments. Close floor
-_ r dog. Owners may have by paying cation. All SonvtntenCel.rabyy 10.
I, \, SERVICE STATION advertising cost and board. Contact I Nollman. 228 W. Madaon x*. tiCb
Police 1
. 4-4081 234 N. TEMPLE AVE. Hiway 301 North .- Starke tl'hg CARPENTER CnntraMlnI
r-- FREE-Double cylinder honk up I''f'! drawn to your g &. sketch.
"' for cost of gas ONLY Slade Gas Co.tlcbg.. Jl'ohnlOlRt.. 1, Box itiafal tion. U
: ". Ii.!" ; FIa. Starke:
tip 1'11II

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Home Front Protection Plan Pushed; T TT?v.mmMELROSE were unable to attend. KEYSTONE PT.1I0LDi'

i: : Miss Webb is engaged to marry ANNUAL CHRISTMAS MEET
; Huntley Redfearn of Keystone OH DEER!

200-Bed Portable Hospital SecuredWork n pt January 17. Keystone Heights PTA meeting
By Joyce RothhammerkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA School News Wednesday night of last week was held Tuesday Dec 16. at the
_z's. i chool. This
.. The Junior Class will sponsor a Mr. and )11'Rill Lee \\...reodrh'ing Christmas was the annual
of drafting a "home i it: also being pushed to devise a f formal Christmas Dance to be home from a shopping! meeting and was attended
front" protection plan for Clay I 'mutual aid" agreement with I 4 # k There's not, much news this held at the Episcopal Parish expedition in Jacksonville It many parents and their
County, to be used in event of a I nearby Bradford County, in cooperation i week. Seems like everybody stay- House on Dec. 20. was raining and cold, but inskle
civil defense emergency, is being with Bradford County __ ed home. The FHA girls had Christmassale their new car it was cozy and Carroll XL Wright, resident director -
I a
pushed rapidly, according to announcement Civil Defense Director Bill Haas jt; ____ Mrs. C. L. Harris of Welaka last Saturday, Dec. 13. They ,, comfortable with of Penny Farms entertained
this week by Ray of Starke. EL w F i.( ___ and Mrs. Evelyn Thigpen of East sold products that they made Suddenly, a deer emerged interesting color slides and

Chance, recently appointed Clay "Since Green Cove Springs and ____ Palatka visited their parents, Mr. themselves. from the Camp Blamlin Reserve I Holy commentary Land. on Two a trip through the
County Civil Defense director. upper Clay County lies so close to y n ___ and Mrs. R. M. Cason last Saturday School will close Friday, Dec. 19 over their and radiator attempted leap He shown for Ute benefit of the were clul1 -
A major step in this direction Jacksonville, 1
a primary target : for the two weeks Christmas and jumped dren and refreshments were serv-
vas the securing of a 200-bed area, it may be necessary to Pvt. Wilson Tyre, stationed at New Years holidays. School part- fast high, enough, but not ed in the cafeteria. There was no
portable hospital to be located at move of Abilene, Texas is leave quite a
many the county's resi- on for the ies will be held last period by thud against the business conducted at this meet-
Keystone Heights for use in the dents into the southern part of Junior Women Serve Duplicate Club Christmas holidays at the home those classes that want to hold a to shatter windshieldenough the ".shatter i!!g. The next meeting will beheld

event of disaster. The equipmentwill the county, or over into Bradford of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. party. Gifts will be exchanged in proof glass.Although according to the new schei -

be stored in a building behind County in the event of atomic attack Pictured above as they served E. Garnar Jr., Mrs. Bill Scales. Tyre and family. individual grades. the Lees i dale: the third Thursday in Jan.u&y.
the water office and in the eventit ." the dinner for Bridal Shower were considerably -
director said. members of the Keystone Back row: Mrs. Arlee Terrell. Mrs. Given Baldwin Triumphs over "shook ," .
is to be used, will be set up in Chance added that in the few Melrose Duplicate Bridge Clifford Grange, Mrs. Ralph Bryan Miss Jane Webb was honored Melrose. 45-34 very fortunate in up not being tht'y'Pre
seriously -
.. the educational building of the weeks since his appointment as Club on Dec. 8 are ,H-rl front Miss Barbara Southwell, Mrs. with a bridal shower at the Meth- The Baldwin injured.As .

Ccmmunity Church. the county's civil defense chief, a row: Mrs Robert Fiertz Mrs. George Massa. odist Educational Building last double victory caters scored a it turned out, it \\'3aU KEYSTONE
over the
Equipment for this emergency county-wide Civil Defense Advis- Charles McGlave. Mrs. Thomas Friday night at 7 p. m. The shower Bulldogs here last Melrose ISO-pound, eight point buck
hospital is furnished by the Fed- ory Council has been formed and was given% ,by Mrs. Frank week. that caused all the damage. JEWELERSExpert
eral government, and will be one Clay County and municipal lead- KEYSTONE France Mrs"J. J. Hanks, Mrs. The Bulldogs led in the first The carcass of the dt'f'rit'; Watch Repairing
of 68 in Florida. Presently, there ers have helped clear the way for HIGHLIGHTSBy David Ross and Mrs. C. A. Ford. quarter 8-5. but the lead was taken to Hope Haven Hospital Quality Line Jewelry
are 25 already located in strate- the planning program. Games were played and refreshments short-lived. Baldwn stormed back in Jacksonville to give the kiddies Walter
M. IuhlhoferLEE'S
gic positions, and the one to be I "In addition" he said, "a growing Mary K. Schaeffcr I' were served. Those attending in the second quarter with 18 tal- a taste of venison. I -

stored at Keystone is on order. I number of churches, clubs, included Mrs. John Webb, lies while allowing the Bulldogs

Welker Byron, a former officer ;and civic organizations have become Junior Woman's Club who is mother of Mrs. Nelson. mother of the bride-elect, Mes- only 4 points. They never relin- =--

of the Medical Service Corps of I interested in the project. Hives Sucessful Dinner CAP Turkey Shoot dames Steve Jay; O. T. Robinson, Quished their lead as they whip-

the U, S. Navy, will be in chargeof We are hopeful that in a few The Keystone Heights Junior On Saturday afternoon Dec. 20, Bill France Henry Williams, H. ped Melrose 45-34. DRIVE-IN

the hospital, should it be act- weeks we not only will have a Woman's Club gave a lovely the Civil Air Patrol will hold a W. Tyler, John Griner E. M. The high scorer for Melrose,
iviated. It is a community project, good civil defense plan, but will Christmas dinner for the Keystone Turkey Shoot at Pangborn's Lum Robinson, George Stone Mike Larry Cooper, tallied 11 points. Termite ControlFOR THEATREPhone

however, and must be manned by also have the volunteers in sufficient Heights-Melrose Duplicate ber Yard starting at 1:30: and Redfearn. Al Watson, Robert High scorer in the game was I
volunteers if the need arises. It is numbers to make it work. Bridge Club at the Keystone Wo-I continuing until dark. On Friday, Carr, J. E. Cross, Montay Vickers, Baldwin's G. Johnson with 16 DEPENDABLE I 4113

hoped that each organization in The Clay Commissioners have man's Club house Monday night Dec. 19, a hi-fi portable phonograph and Misses Jane Webb, Margaret points. 0 Household A Commercial Keystone Heights, Fla..
town will offer its help, and all invited Director Chance, mem- Dec. 8. The club rooms were effectively will be given away at a Gaboardi. Elsie Jane France, An- The girls found it rougher go Pest I
volunteers are asked to contactMr. bers of his staff, and the County decorated in the holiday drawing at the CAP building at na and Attie Lee. Rev Robert ing when they played the Melrose Control I II I WILL BE CLOSED
Byron at phone 4174. Civil Defense Advisory Council to motif. Greens were used throughout the Airpark. Carr, pastor of the Methodist lassies. It was a fight all the way, 0 Grove Spraying UNTIL JAN. 2, 3, 4

Director Chance added that in meet with them in special monthly the foyer, large holly wreaths DuPont Staff Dinner Church, joined the group when but when the whistle blew, it was 'I WATCH OUR PROGRAMIN

addition to providing a civil defense ,I: session for progress reports and and poinsettias highlighted the Members of the staff of the Du- refreshments were served. Baldwin out on top with a mea- Call 'FR 6.2661 THIS PAPER
plan for Clay County, work II I recommendations for action. walls, while'gaily decorated silhouettes Pont Miss Webb received many beautiful ger two point lead, 7068. This I I II
were used across the Trail Ridge and Highland and useful things from those was the first defeat for the Mel- Florida Pest Control Wishing The
ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL 1:30: a. m. Sunday School, 10 m. plants enjoyed a lovely Christmas :rose ;
a. !stage curtain with Santa Claus present and also from many who I girls. This not being a Con-
CHURCH, KEYSTONE Holy Communion each first Sunday on party at the Officers Club at lerence & Chemical Co. "SEASON'SGREETINGS"
I either side. The punch table game, however, the girls I
M. II. Bre)' orle, Minister Parish Supper each third was I Camp Blsndmg last Friday night. where Mrs. Conneen will visit her still remain undefeated in the
Morning Prayer and Sermon Wednesday, 6:30: p. m. overlaid with a pure white cutwork A social hour began at 6:30: after parents. Mr. Conneen will join conference. Top scorers for Melrose I I 24 N. W. 16th Ave i
_._ cloth and -
I beautifully lighted I.
which a ham dinner them
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was served later for the holiday.
with candelabra were Ilene Strickland with I GaInesville, Florid II III
at one end. To All
in the
large hall, with seafood.for Mrs. Mary Smulski, who makes 29 points and Pat Preston
KEYSTONE DEPARTMENT STOREMen's Red carnations highlighted the with
the .
Friday-fish-eaters. Following|her home with her daughter and ;
mantel arrangement in the dining the dinner, the hall was cleared family, the Joe Pawlikowski'shas 22.Dunnellon .
Women's Children's '
Clothing & Shoes room. The dinner table held Downs Melrose, 45-30
and dancing enjoyed by the 100 come back home after a visit The
lighted silver: tapers at each end I Dunnellon Tigers built upa
SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY .or more persons present. Music with relatives in Wilmington, Del. 9
point lead in the first
of Noel quarter
a centerpiece. Silver service was provided by Larry Gibson'sorchestra. St Anne's Episcopal ChurchSpecial
Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner was effectively used throughout. activities at St. Anne's and held a comfortable lead REDFEARN'S CHRISTMASSO
Individual table' were'', 'also HURCH NEWS Episcopal Church for the week throughout the game to hand a
colorfully decorated for: 45-30 defeat to the Melrose Bull-
the the'following
oc- First Baptist WMU include :
casion. ,Saturday, Dec. 20, Christmas. dogs at Dunnellon last Friday
.- LAKE FRONT SPECIALS A delicious : A Christmas program was presented Party 'for night.
-M turkey dinner ,was young people at the
!servecl to members\ of the Duplicate by Mrs. J. R. Smith ,when :Parish House! 8 p.m. This is for Larry Ulm led the Tigers with
White Sand Lake Club the,First Baptist WMU.met Tuesday all the people of the 17 tallies while Bulldog Larry
A Good Investment at this, their annU31Cl1rlStD young, community
morning Dec. 9'at 10 o'clock. Cooper tossed 13 for Melrose.
s. party Mrs. W., A.
i LOTS AT. $1250 Sc le's-'and Mrs:'George Must .fMrS., William Waite opened; themeeting :Sunday-Dec.= 21. 4:30: p.m.: TheMelrose girls remained undefeated -
witlTprayer; end'Mrs. A. Christmas children of In Conference as they
pageant by
were .in charge of the dinner and
These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and were ,assisted- by other members I E. Anthony: presided over' the| the church: i coasted easily over the invading

business ,session. It was announ- Wednesday Dec. 24, 6:30: p.m.I I Dunnellon lassies 6740.
next will be the"LOST OPPORTUNITY OF the Junior Club: Sliver Service|
cd that the goal set for the Lottie
furnished'b'y Mrs.. J.,D. Hen Children and adults will go Christmas The Dunnellon B team also
1958"W and Mra'Cliftotd Grange Moon Offering will be $100. Clos- carolling in the communityfor found it easy going as they handed Santa's Pocketbook!
S. E. M?KAY REALTOR man's Club 'Face-Lifting ing prayer was by Mrs. Cora an hour. At 8 p.m. the young the Melrose B team a 43-13 Easy on
-- Proceeding As Per Schedule I Marshburn, and a covered dish, people will have a hay ride, returning defeat.
I luncheon, in charge of Mrs. E..L; to the church for hot Green Wave Tips Melrose No Payments Till March 1959IbtpcLnt
If you happened to drive by thWoman's
Keystone Heights Phone 3701205141514209ALL Brice, was served at noon. chocolate. At 11:45: the traditional Juniors, 25-23
Club lately, you will Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Smith will Christmas Eve services will beheld The Green Wave cagers of Pa-
have feen some of the changes
s hold open house at the parsonage at the church. latka Junior High School defeated
,that have taken place on the outside c.n Sunday afternoon, Dec. 21. Sunday, Dec. 28, the Bishop of the Melrose Juniors in a cage tilt

TYPES OF INSURANCEWe but that is only a small portion Friends are invited to call between Florida', the Right Rev. E. Ham last Thursday, but it took them a WASHER E ,
of the work
being done.
3 and 5 p. m. ilton West will visit the church, two-minute overtime period to do
write Fire, Wind Storm, all lines of Casualty Insurance will be the club with the new-look, On Sunday evening, Dec. 21, at preach and administer Confirmation. it. The Melrose five surprised the

and Bonds. without a doubt. The ceiling has 7:30: a candlelight service of host team, who hadn't expected
been lowered and a lot of painting Christmas music, featuring a larges such strong opposition in Pa- LW-910, WITH FILTER
SPESIAL RATES TO DRIVERS ABLE TO QUALIFY has been done; a new floor i chorus and a guest soloist, will FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH latka's opening game at Palatka.

AS NON-DRINKERS in process of being laid, and it be presented at the church. All KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FLAJ. The final score was 2523.
looks,as if it will be all ready forthe .
Smith, pastor. RalpnCopeland
i music lovers are invited. Green Wave Freddie McGill PLUS
WALRATH INSURANCE AGENCY"AS Club's birthday party on Dec. St. Williams Carol Service Minister of Music and paced the winners with 13 pointsto -
30. Much credit
goes to Mrs. church organist.
The choir of St. William'sCatholic out-score top Melrose scorer,
AVAILABLE AS YOUR PHONE" Charles Walenius. who knows all 1 Church will hold-a car- Services: Sunday School, 9:45a. : Joe Johnson, who tallied 10. Matching
the ins and outs of the building olling service on Sunday afternoon m. Morning Worship 11 s. m. F

Phone 2731 Keystone Heights Fla. trade. Credit is also due to Mrs.; Dec. 21, at 4 p. m. The Training Union 6:45: p. m. Evening TRINITY EPISCOPAL

Harold Sutton house chairman. music is under the direction of| services 7:30: p. m. CHURCH. MELROSE

Birthday Parties I.Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann. who is St. William's M. H. Breyfogle, Minister DRYER
On Tuesday, Dec. 9, Tommy I also the organist. Featured solo- Keystone Catholic Chapel Sunday School. 8:45: a. m. I
KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY Pawlikowski celebrated his second Mists will be Mrs. Estelle Bisbee, Heights 11:15. Episcopal Young People,
Sunday Mass
at 8:30: a. m. ((2 PIECES)
birthday anniversary with a little(
soprano, Mrs. Pat Pawlikowski Holyday Morning Prayer and Sermon,
DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE party given for him oy his mother contralto' Mrs. Gladyce, Bach. Tuesday Mass Mass at 7:00 a. m. 7:30: p. m. Holy Communion each

Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski. Presentfor mann, and Pat Paklikowski. The Confessions at 8:00: a. m. first Sunday. .
before all Masses.
the birthday luncheon wereMrs. program will include excerpts : :
Day Nile phone Baptisms
SAF-GAS Bill Few and her sons Hu from the Christmas Cantata,'"The marriages and instructions -
4351 _-- 2582 bert and David and Mrs. John Star Divine." by appointment. NEVER BEFORE

Ruffini and her daughter Shelley. A reception and a coffee'hour COMMUNITY CHURCH OF
COOKING HEATING WATER HEATING Mrs. Gladyce Bachmann was also will be held after the concert_ ,KEYSTONE HEIGHTS totoOSGMe666 DID YOUR

a guest. Hank 'and Peter Morgan |St. William's Hall. Everyone is Dr." James D. Pait. Organist,

BIo t Complete Line of House Heating Equipment in North were unable to attend because of cordialy invited to attend bobthe b Choir, Director.

sickness. concert and reception.Mrs. Services: Church School Vt: 5 $ $ $
Florida If You Plan to Add Heat This Winter See Us First On Sunday evening Peter Morgan Bachmann wishes at this a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. <

small son of Mr. and Mrs.H'L time to thank the choir members

Morgan, Jr. was honor guest for their many hours of rehearsal BRING
at a birthday*dinner at his home. in preparation for the concert. i

t 4'x8'x3-4" Sheetrock Peter was celebrating his fourth Sunday is Holy Communion for Answer MORE!
BUIUHN6 Quick Where Are ?
1.55 Sheet anniversary. Dinner guests were the Ladies of the Parish. They

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikowski, ,Don't forget about the beautiful I
SUPPLIES Lumber Hardware Paint and their sons,Tommy and Jerry, af han being given away on

j Cement Concrete Blocks and Mis. Pawlikowski's ,mother, Saturday at the post office. You FOR YOUR

Precast U Lintels Mrs. MaryvSmulski.. maybe the lucky one!'See the $$1 00 TRADE-IN
ILIV All Lengths Library Closed TemporarilyDuring ladies of the Altar .Society -for; OLD WASHER
the month of December, f ull-particulars. '

",; ,...., Lighting Fixtures the Keystone Heights Woman's There ,will be a special choir:
N ROY W. TYRE Club Library.will be closed whilethe practice on .Friday evening from Will Take Care of Down Payment

renovation is being carried out 7:30: until 9. the final
BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSEPhone at the club-house.'Operation will practice prior to the concert, and I

resume in January. most important. PAYMENTS ONLY $$4 Per Week
2741 Keystone Heights Fla. Mrs. Bachman flonors Personals
Your U. S. Bonds
bins Nelson on BirthdayOn Mrs. Autrey Vance, who, since Savings Insurance policies Deedto

Saturday Dec. 13, Mrs, last February, has been living at
Gladyre Bacljmann entertainedat Penney Farms is back in Key your Home Contracts or business papers Your For Both WASHER & DRYERFirst
three tables of bridge honoringMrs. stone Heights again, living in the .will If your home were burning would have to
Cold Herbert Nelson, in observance you
Weather Ahead! Dr. Freeman house on Lake Gen-
Payment Not Due Until MARCH 1959!
of her birthday.. Camellias answer all these
eva. Miss Mabel Morris, from questions in a flash. The best answer
BE PREPARED CALLCANDY'S and poinsettias were used in decorating Penney Farms, will be living herewith
the Bachmann home. Mrs. Vance. any time is: "Safe in my Safe Deposit Box." Start the

Mrs. E. F. Aiken won high prize,, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wheeler
New. year right We Meet All Advertised PricesREDFEARN'S
FUEL Mrs. Nelson second and Mrs. Lew from Pensacola and their niece, by renting a Safe Deposit Box at the

I Muir was bingo winner. Mrs. Nelson Miss Linda Moody, of Keystone Keystone State Bank.
received many lovely gifts spent last weekend at Silver

OIL SERVICEPHONE from her friends at the party. Springs Mr Wheeler, who is in

Guests included Mrs. Mary the television: business, was making
Carew of Hudson. Mass., Mrs arrangements for the Art
9271 Harold. Sutton Mrs. Paley Boyd. Lmkletter Show to be held at KEYSTONE STATE BANKA

Mrs. Ruby Lee Oxford of Gainesville. Silver Springs next month which

Mrs. J.. D. Henderson Mrs. should be of special interest to
Keystone Heights, Fla. Everett Fox Mrs. Raymondst people In this area. Friendly Bank in a Friendly Community Where Service Is AssuredPhone

rn Mrs: E. P. Aiken Mrs Mrs. Edward Conneen and Keystone Heights, Fla.

Louis Kyle. Mrs. Lew Muir, and small son. Peter, train on 9391 Keystone Heights, FIa.BRADFORD .
Mrs. Arthur'Ryan 'of Chicago,, Sunday evening for Baltimore, -

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Vv.V,VVYTVt/1t1VYVTYYttt children. THURSDAY, DEC 18, 1958
was asssted by her daughter Mrs.J. of Gainesville
spent last
Sunday I husband who is with the
Sirs. Glynn Stanley Navy.
H. Spence of Jacksonville in with 'Televangelism'Series
;.STATE FARM Honored With Shower Halverson's sisterinlawand The extent of Mrs. Meyer's injuries
t.rvin2 refreshments. FACTORY
Twenty- brother, Mr. and PRICES
Mrs. G.
have To
Mrs. O. E. Crosby was hostess, five guests were present.. Halvericn noj,been" fuUy deter; Begin
*. o' E.. recently, at a Stork shower honoring but she has both legs TRY
Airs. ANY
n By CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA her niece Mrs. Glynn Stan- Mis. Vemon Crosby returned to Mrs. Gallic Rye of Grandin was broken and one arm. She is in Sunday, January 4 PAINT I MAKE AND I'LL' GIVE

ley of Starke. Appropriate her home Saturday after a visit a business visitor in Jacksonville the Memorial Hospital in Savan- YOU A GALLON OR QUART WITH EACH
with relatives. in Cirieinfhtti.Ohio. oh Wednesday.. nah.. The first telecast of the .new ONE YOU BUY
The Church were played with Mrs. Floyd Cros- ,
Baptist of Raif ord 'This Is The Answer"
by Mrs. Jessie Ricks, and Mrs. Mrs. Weldon Brantley and Funeral services for Darlene program
_will Christmas
sponsor Alvarez series will
pageant Coy of Palatka spent be shown Sunday after-
Don Bagwell, prize winners. daughter Rebecca and Mrs. Ella were held at Long Branch Baptist
entitled. "Come;Unto Us," Sundayat The dining room and living the weekend with his parents, Mr. I Beliiario were shopping in Starke Church on Sunday afternoon. noon, Jan. 4, at 3:30: p. m. as a

7:30 p. m. Thepublic is invit- room were decorated with a rnd Mrs. Tate Alvarez... ..l last Friday afternoon... Several friends'ffo'm here attended public service of WJXT-TV,

:ied. Christmas motif, using gold magnolia Mrs., O. E. Crosby, and Mrs. Miss. Marian .Roessel. a student, the funeral. Lets pray for the Channel WESH-TV 4; and Channel at 12:30 p. m.
< 2. Each of
: There will be a Christmas pro- leaves and Christmas balls.A Sherman Crosby and children at Tennessee Temple'College- in Meyers and the other relatives in the new dramatic

gram at Bayless Highway ptist Santa Claus arrangement, visited.Mr.- and; Mrs. Marcus Dekleof Chattanooga, Tenn., visited Mr. their. bereavement seen on the same Sunday films will after-be

Church Monday night featuring flanked by silver candelabra centered Dukes,,Sunday. and Mrs. Roland Tanner at Gran- Elder L. M. Simmons of- ,Temple- noon.on 100 key stations
the table. Have you seen Shirley Brown din, recently. Baptist Church Ocala Prices start at $2
the play "Wl Christmas.." ,. was the! the nation.A per qt.; $5.98 per gal.
Santo '
Gifts were presented Mrs. Stan- lately? She is Robert
wearing a "sp rk- Mceeley of Fort White Thursday evening guest of Rev. vast

t; will be on hand and the publicis ley in a bassinette covered with ler" on her third finger, left hand, was calling in Grandin on Monday and Mrs. A. E. Massey. members of visitation the local program churches by in MARY CARTER

invited td. come and bring the nylon and given by her fiance, Bill Gnann of afternoon.LAWTEY. PAINT STORE
taffeta. The ,hostess I Ii I Keystone Heights. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and i the, viewing area will be, coupled
They have family of St. Augustine were here with the series. It will also mark 335 N. Temple Starke Fla.
Ph. WO
plans for a summer wedding.Mr. vrr..ry..7.nnrmryn for 4-8565
wekend with Mrs. John the first time that television has
and Mrs, Maynor Hingston STARKE, FLORIDA
PAUL'S Shufcrd and Dave. been usedas abasis for nationalcooperation
cf Live Oak visited his sister and
r brother-in-law Mrs O. J. Phillips and Danny between several
Mr. and Mrs. Fred
sited Mr, Phillips in church groups.
St. Vinent's -
Melrose Mere Friends Meet{ Cannon, recently. Grannie Kingston I
returned with them to spend Ay Hw. Joyce T. butch Hospital on Sunday after "Televangelism" launches a

noon. five-year evangelism, effort, in
I FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY Christmas.We i & AAAt&uua.. Rev. Jerry of which all six I
MAGAZINES Harris St. Marys, major Baptist bodiesin

Goddell are is sorry HI again to hear, and that in the Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Commodore Crews Ga. and Rev.. Jim ,Shillings of North.America are cooperatingfor NO DOWN PAYMENTNeeded

hospital. We all pray for his rapid and daughter were in Tallahassee Brunswick and family returned totheir the first time since the Civil

I Canaries, Love Birds, and Over 80 Other recovery. Wednesday. for a check up for Mr. home Saturday after the War.The
Crews at W. T. Edwards Hospital. closing of the wonderful revival half-hour dramas portray
Mrs. Albert Green returned to to Build this House
Kinds of Birds at her home last 'Wednesday after Mr. and Mrs. Everett Burney of :at: the' First Baptist Church. Rev. some of the problems of mod- on Your Lot

spending few Jacksonville visited Mrs. Georgia and Mrs Earl Moses will miss errl-dav living,, such as martial .....- -
a days in Jacksonville ] -' ;r----
GRANT Melrose' for medical attention. We are Ann Sapp Saturday. They reported them even more than we, as they infidelity juvenile delinquency,, .' .\ i
ROTHHAMMER'S that were guests in their home hypocrisy, dishonesty t. ._
glad that she is feeling better. their son, Pete, who is in during revenge, ,
f Fla. a Texas the. week. r:
hospital is
We are also happy to know that recuperating etc.Although t
Friends of Miss Enza Blanchard a
nicely from Baptistsponsoredeffort
a recent operation
K. D. Conner is at home and do- :
) well Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sapp antifamily d will regret to learn that she is a any denomination is invited
ing after his recent accident.
: of patinet in Bradford County Hospital to make similar use of the television
Jacksonville were Sun- -
FUEL OIL I II Brown spent lasweek
with her sister, Mrs. Cecil cay guests of Mr. and Mrs, Arthur r 1. Miss Arthurine Blanchardof dramas. y 9 9a
I Pearce Jacksonville visited here there "We hope that television, combined
Rome of
New Service Starke. They gave their
Offered B yODOM'S I sister Shirley, a surprise birthday Mrs. Claudia Stricklahd of f Sunday. with personal evangelism,
: party Gainesville was the over night ;: Guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. will, prove an instrument for
Saturday night at Mrs.
r HARDWARE & SUPPLY I:{) Rome's home. Shirley received guest of her sister Miss Elizabeth Dinkins during the weekend were great,, pationat spiritual revival,'"
:{) Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Dinkins of says Dr. Paul Stevens, director of w. +d
; i MELROSE, FLA. I,t1 many nice gifts. I :;
I"U Mr. McCaskill and family are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilkison IT Jacksonville, Mr, and Mrs. Paul the Radio-Television Commission I I,1$
GR s.542 spent from until I Dinkins of St. Augustine and Mr. which produced the films.
PHONES GR 5-5313 I g moving into the house formerly Sat- and Mrs. Horace Cox "L. *' .... _+_ p M
of Lake
urday with
: Call {} occupied by the Caldwells, who Mrs. Cecil '.
Please- v .
Us-Day or Nifht Dobbs Santa Fe. V1"ITyttTy7twAy1n
For [ and family in
Prompt, Courteous :{} retired and moved to Starke. Jacksonville. "The Capri"
[ Mr. and The Lawtey PTA met Tuesday
Marvin Warren
Service {) Thought for the week-Don't
( and daughter of Jacksonville evening< with president Mrs. Milo RISINGB
,Ii 444Sa4' ,r i'r ; [a forget that Christmas comes but were Smith in charge. A ,
rtiryr5r5rtirtirtirtiatii5757575575 Saturday panel discussion -
guests of
Mr. and Mrs.J .
I once a year. We should rememberthe Sirs. CASH PRICE $1495
true : E. 'Marren.Ned on the present report cards Gordon JonesAkALAALAkAAALkAALLA '
meaning of it and give
Gcd and Irvin Privett of Jack- was held. Probably due to the AAL
thanks for
i Mi allowing us to
DRIUJNG-Pumps-Service live scnville spent Sunday with their cold weather, a ballgame and the This modern .
this 2-bedroom
land of plenty, and brother, Melson and family. Baptist revival, attendance was Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crosby home is designed! for Southern Liv

TERMS enjoy the season. Mrs. Mamie Anderson of' Green off. Let's not'let our PTA down. visited Mrs. Weber and family of ing. Three Jalousie Windows and a Jalousie Door are among
I .. cove Jacksonville Saturday. Raymondand the standard features offered in this well-constructed home. .
.YYY.YYYY. ""' .... springs is visiting her son
Ressie and family. YT.WY.YY..yy yyyyyy.... Louise are sporting a new Completely finished outside doors, windows, screens, etc. _

.. Prompt Service Free Estimates FLORAHOMEAND Miss' Barbara Starling was the English Ford these days. and 2 coats of paint. Partitions, studding and floors onlyon

GRANDINBy guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey CLAY HILL Mr. and Mrs. Dick Raulersonand inside
sons, and bars Rachel Greenof
Price in Plant City from Thurs-
: RALPH E. DaneAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA day until Brooker visited the Eddie Normans -
MATHEWS Sunday. by AI.} .. J. r.. Strickland
Ezell. Wise of the State Farm, Thursday night.
a P. 0. Box 528 Melrose, Fla. Mrs. Elsie Bradley, Mrs. Phoebe U..... i UW Carolyn Jones was a weekend FOR
The Ladies
Missionary Circleof Baker guest of Nancy Manni of Starke.
PHONE. GR 5-5101 the Church of God here in Bradley and of family Starke and Mrs. Eva suppose- some of our read- Raymond Moody celebrated his LOCAL
'c < Florahome had visited,, AllanHarts ers, have be enwondering why we APPOINTMENTS
a Christmas Patryat 19th
birthday with weiner
and Mrs. a roast.
the Nancy Keene during have been silent as long as we
Community Club' House
-- i the weekend. have, some About 30 friends enjoyed the
probably have
an idea
Thursday afternoon of last week. ] AT
e Gifts were exchanged after which Mrs. Martha Wicker of Alabamais why we have not been writing.We .

LOCAL MANAGER visiting her parents; Mr. and We bare just not been able to do
FOR games were played and refresh- over,and she is at rest. We can
ments were served by the hostesses Mrs. John Crews. this writing-or much of anything all meet her again when we leave ANYTIME

Mrs. Gertie Halverscn, Mrs. Miss Yvonne Gaskins. of Jack- else. We art thankful to our Lord this world, and will not have to

j JinJI Walter Lockerman and Mrs. Opal Lilly. sonville spent the weekend herewith that 'we'can report we have been suferf any more, if we just choose I CALL COLLECTFR

Corp. Tne following ladies were present: her parents; Mr. and Mrs. I recovering more rapidly the last the God she served as our God,I
Mesdames Ruth Childers, Pearl I week than' at any time since wesuffered and live for Him.Th8 2.2587
-. Spencer, Gertie Halverson, A. E. W. J. Wise of Opp, Ala. is visit I. the first 'for this timel funeral .of little Darleen Gainesville
: Rather "" v1g his sen, Ralph and family for heart attack in.October. We hope b'' erswa$
Myra McLellan, G. E. y conducted by Rev.
:r"World's Largest
: Home a few
Builders" .to be able to take class
Halverson, Jane Moody, Marjorie our of Beginners Chism at Long Branch church
Hubner, Mamie! Varnes, Opal Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave in Sunday School back to Sunday\ afternoon at 3 o'clock.

:i WILL BE Lilly Lockerman. Osteen and. Tanner Mrs. during the weekend were .teach in another week or two. She was' killed in a car wreck in i I I JIM WALTER CORPJ

IN. STARKE Formy Duval.Postmaster Marion Tucker and son, and I Bring' on those beginners, we needthem Georgia last week and her mother 'i!
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tanner and 1 to make
a Annaree Myers,
Fred R. Cook was seriously
arrived .
; EAeHITH.URSDAY. back home from the Glendale family Mr. and of Jacksonville.Mrs. : Sanderson Bennett and his injured and is in a hospital inj I i I "World's Largest & Best Builders of Shell Homes"
Howard Norman daughter
Hospital in Palatka Wednes visited some of the ClaHill' y Georgia at the present time.
: and family were Sunday dinner 'folks- one day last week. These y VISIT US OR CALL COLLECT
AT day, of last week. people, especially Annaree,
Mr. and Mrs. James of Orlando guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Sanderson was showing the are well known at Lawtey An- Gainesville, lit. 2, Box 213-A, Hawthorne and Kin-

: .STARKE( Visited Mrs. James' aunt and unleinIaw Rosier and family in Raiford.Mr. daughter where he used to go to care being the daughter of Mattie caid Roads Phone FR 2-2587.

HARDWARE CO.' Mr: and Mrs. Oscar and Mrs. Levy Griffis andCurtis school-at the old Clay Hill schoolhouse 1 Carter and was reared at Palalka, P. 0. Box 782 Located at the "Y" _

3. Halverson here in Florahome and David Johns spent near where the Clay Hill Lawtep,0ur sympathy to the I
goes Phone EAST
: ,. 12:30: P.M. TO 6:00 P.M. Vednesday. Saturday and Sunday with Mr; Baptist church is at the present lelatives of the little girl and also .. o,
Miss Hene Strickland has won Mrs. Clyde Griffith in Macclenny. time.. to the mother in her suffering.

: .- he "Pepsi-Cola Merit Award"nd It seems that' all of us who
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Higginboth- been
her wishing some rain
photograph will in
; ,I For Appointments he Album of Merit on the appear T. V am and Mr. and Mrs. James Waters could ccme our way are wishing 6
,. ." Call a: the near future. Miss Strick- and sons visited Mr. and.Mrs.Dan if would detour and let us rest Lovely Ways
Parrish of Maxville Sunday for awhile And
JACKSONVILLE ... EV" and is an outstanding pupil in Jim Stricklandhas
Collect he Melrose High School and we to cut wood for our fireplacerain .
or7ST- f Florahome and Grandin are: Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cannon -rain or*no rain-and in the cold toFallinLoveIvith. '
WO 4.5311 re proud "of her; sen of Jacksonville spent Satur- weather It seems that no'one is .
cay with Mrs. Mattie Henderson interested
r in helping
Mrs. Opal,Lilly attended the person
Mrs, Wiley Smith and f amity when the
they get'old and need help.
Jhristmas Workshop at the Ci vie<
'If'lf8' A fQuality Nome of Jacksonville were Saturday We learned that while .
enter in Palatka Wednesday.Mrs. we were
O. G. Halverson has been guests of Mr. and Mrs. NathanStarling. in"the hospital that our youngestson
11 for several days the past week Lacy of Newport News,
It'- A Jim Walter Home" rtth the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zack of Jacksonville Va. was working on his washing

spent the weekend ,with machine and got his
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Halverson finger caught
I the L. S. Tanner family. and' lost it at the first joint. He

Mr. and Mrs. R.. L. Smith and !sa; ys'the finger looks odd without

WE% HAVE family were Sunday guests of the nail, we supPose it does.

JUST PURCHASED Mrs. Catherine Bivvens of Jack;'' Fred Lang 'attended church at

SOME sonville. Highland Sunday. Come again

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Norman Fred, there is always room for
COMPLETE WAREHOUSE'OF and family' spent the weekend at more in church 'services.. I

MUCH AS the Billy Powell' place in the Cecil Hardee fell on a frosty noro spa 1'018' ULAW: CLiII suimiua

scrub.' roof one day last week:"' results?
COLUMBIA DEMONSTRATORS % Misses Elaine and Maxine Redding f Ii He had a black eye Sunday in

511' had as Sunday guests Misses Sunday School and church, but

Vivian, Sue, and Sharon Redding! this did not keep him from pre-

Now is your chance to save for Xmas,' I of Jacksonville. forming. his duties in all services.

Mr. and Mrs. Don Ballentine of Jim Strickland went to the Dtiwith -

Jacksonville spent Sunday val 'Medical Center Tuesday' for aauwr?torte

Mr.. and'"Mrs D. Q.; Wflkerson. 1 his 'regular' checkup for cancer. v' ram aaaua aaa

Mrs. R. E. Lee; Karen and 1 Bessie and 'H iel Griffis' went a-

Johnny lEe were weekend guestsof lorig 1 =Hazel to take Jim to the

I Mr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Fe terMedical 1 Center-and to help Bessie -

son in Arlington. While there they select material to assist in the ,
4 Visited Mr.',Lee who is a patient in I teaching of the Beginner class in c

t St. Vincent's, Hospital., Sunday School. H

? I '. t\+ % Johnny Tye,,who had the misfortune We only had 46' in Sunday b

to. break his arm last School last Sunday, 63 the Sun

i .'. .":.O' ..: week 'returned to his studies in daY"'befOre.. We wonder if the old < x's
: :[: l. .' the fifth grade on Monday. saying is true, '"Nineteen drops yarsK

"'Wj' ,..'f:. Mr. and Mr. Everitt Futch, of rain will keep Baptists away
{ Ann and Andy Padgett attended from all church services?" Something ran uua nm wciou
i : services at Clay on
> sure keeps the majority away -
Sunday and were dinner guests of .::..:especially in 'bad weather, .

MODEL 524- Mr.and Mrs. J. R. Padgett in M Anyway the intermediate class

MODEL 512PORTABLE- HIGHFIDELITYAUTOMATIC ietta. trod won the banner for attendance and in all six the elegance of the Thunderbird
!MODEL WO- Mr. and Mrs.. Johnny Agairdaughter some '
AGAIN! Why don't of 'the
45 RPM AUTOMATIC of Jacksonville Is wed to the world's most beautifully proportioned cars .
The ofld's top-wiling phonograph ii its TABLE MODEL spent other classes give these Interme
PORTABLE pace nnft. This model plays ill speeds. Saturday with Mr.'and Mrs. H owdiates
*H sues of retorts.Chotct of browa-and- some competition? There Is Talc These all-new
K CKton-deswed wood cabinet !houses your.pick glorious the Thunderbird's own clean-cut
Nothing mow duoudel pop taa, gny-tnd-red. rlartspl: '.and-yam. or tMsbnh-6ddrhsp- sumauteplnw. ard. Norman, and family.Mr. room in the building for each.and purity
icccrd eclKtt, enthuflat 1.IAaaIlCA5.'J: bUI.-I101-1II1u1i1loOGd aixwt wvtt witk graph.lonal Quality is easily balanced" for and Mrs Carl Edwards 'and everyone enrolled and more Galaxies are as Thunderbird a$ you can of line. All interiors are decorated in '
model.Cheat tDutal! : tutottt fabric.Twt jewled j styli and up. UK Milan thisujh bass,.tr !Dle.and bd- room ..*J-..mti HIM sturdy.compel alai volumt ltd IBM control m also eon controls'Arophfier is i penrtuMtf family, of Gainesville visited Mr. Id spare. Why-,don't you' grownup get in six-passenger cars.They have.the Thunderbird taste. And the ThunderThunderbird's -
poOrbl h5iirpnsirjj! km-jinced lot, included it ttu wnwllj/ operated MfUblt. watts Comes IB trap! Dand-nrbbed>!) nabof '
sll\! auw dtaj _I'. 1".11I'blonde. nthoganj. Edwards' mother. Mrs. Leona Edwards :"coin, "and'see what Is taking own root They have bird V-8 engine is the standard V-8.
.during 'the weekend.The place in the eh ureh=not just the

Reg. 4'4: : .95 Reg., 29.95L114.95 Reg. 179.95 mire community was sad- Highland-but- all' other churches Come see the car that's making all America say "I do"I JI.I..,.

1 99.95'f" dended uhen the news come overV1 ? We' heard an inspiring'mess

.rrO1 NOW NOW radio Monday that Mrs. Rob-. age at the morning worship ser TERWILL

rt'Meyers and daughter had'been vice's oh the subject; ''Drifti. g GAR MOTORS

In an automobile accident'near through Life, "based On the 1 4

AHMER'S; ti GIFT I SHOP Savannah, and the daughter verse 'of Ephesions 4. '

Darlene, hadca killed Mrs.[ 'Our sympathy goes to 'the 206 W. Madison St. Starke, Florida

.t .... ,} :.;;.- Meyers, daughter of Mrs. Ed Lacy Norman family in the"loss Phone WO .4-3381
.. ; Carter and the late Mr. Carter, of 'therf' loved -one, Ellen, but j we If You're Interested in an A-l Used Car Be Sure to See Your Ford
Dealer"AGE _
e 1ias in Savannah to meet herr should rejoice that Her suffering




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yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ..y it went to getting cold. last week. fourth to one-half their capacity. Cario of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. 'wally us some ,
gave money to give shoot the squirrels and blue jays.I Among our Sunday visitors
LONG BRIDGE''' We all had a good laugh at We regret to hear that Wesley Low productivity of woodland :Bobbie Anderson of Raiford attended tc Old Santa, so he could remember guess we will have to send for held last Friday nigh at the
Mark Lee Moody recently, whenhe Moody was sick Sunday. We miss may be caused by uncontrolled the big Christmas party of us for Christmas. Oh well Mrs. Strickland, with her trusty were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Howardof
AND NEW RIVERMrs. and Robert Dobbs came downto you in Sunday School, Wesley, burning, uncontrolled grazing, the employees of the Naval Air I perhaps we will hare better luck .shotgun.
the river at Harold Shiver's and at play practice. Hurry and weed tree competition, over-cut- Station m Green Cove Springs I next year, if we get busy and pull The Brotherhood meeting was Fairbanks, and James Homsby.
R. F. MerritIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA place. Mark Lee was hunting and get well, we need you. ting or cutting too early, or'waiting Saturday evening. the moss, spray the trees, and i church. So glad Mr. Hornsby is able to
took a shot .at what he thoughtwas Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Merritt too long to cut: Deepest sympathy Is extendedto I be up and around again.

a young turkey but it turned and Mrs. Nan Merritt enjoyed a Burning, where uncontrolled, Mr., and Mrs: Eston Parrish .
Albert Moody and family spent out to be a knot high on the limb fish dinner with all the trimmingsat retards growth of larger trees, and their son-in-law and daughter -
last Saturday and Sunday visiting of a pine tree.Fishermans' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Har- kills small trees, and therefore : Mr. and Mrs. Roy demons .
in Dundee. They were accompanied old Shiver. prevents reseeding of woodland.: and family in'the death of Mr.Parrish's .
by Miss Sandra Holt Albert luck is still holdingout. Fire damages trees and makes .
said it was so warm in Dundee Mrs. Fronnie Crews, Mrs. Joe We would like, at this time, to way for entrance of insects and brother.
that he crawled out from under Moody and Mrs. Felton Moody invite everyone to our Chirstmas disease. Sympathy is also extended to () p9p

the covers but when he got home had good luck the first part, of play and tree this Saturday night, Grazing sometimes benefits J. C. Anderson whose wife departed -
Dec. 20, at 7 p. m. Santa has .
this life last .
woodland. However, heavy grazingwil week. May the I -
promised he would try to be there.Let's .
prevent re-establishment of a Good Lord bless and comfort i .
face it folks
we just .
stand of trees and will damage each one of these families as only
Just in time haven't done anything. Let's get
moving. cn existing stand of small trees. He and He alone can do. '. .
The greatest loss of woodland
Let it be God's will to bless you
value and productivity is probablydue
and yours especially this
lot Christmas
to hardwood [mainly oak
Christmas season .bye now.KINGSLEY .
n ny competition. The cheapest way to
remove hardwood competition is ,
yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy ,
[ Giving girdling and poisoning. Removingthe
oaks with a bulldozer and

5.1 SOIL iii! S1DTI disking the land is the best preparation LAKE
but this requires heavy
Soil Conservation equipment and a much greater BY Mat .Moore % V.,
expense to the landowner.
NEWSBy Assistance in all phases of :

woodland management, including ; I didn't,fall in the syrup
I Hex; Bill Haas marketing, Is available from your kettle, 50. here I am again.
3 r.Si c: 'fliF Soil Conservation Service Farm Forester, Don Champion Seems King Winter is here at

mac.. I got in Frank Norman's truck m..mry m.rnr.rn n days last and of cane us with grinding.only two Oh more well WITH A LOW-COST BANK AUTO LOAN:
and we rode around a bit and
'4b:1fl1I4;;: WE SOLDHUNDREDS talked about winter pastures. perhaps we will ,be through by,
II ElL is economical
Frank told me he has turned his RON N I Christmas:=and while I't1 on the i Our financing plan .

cows into it. He planted Pensacola subject-a Merry, Christmas to' Ask us for facts and figures! ..
I'' e bahia in with his oats but the By Mrs Harvey McCarthy everyone.

AT $2.50 bahia hasn't showed up yet. t & .. ,
& &
BALL &&&&&& Among those attending the
The other day I worked over
WOOOOOOO0003P Florida
Howdy Neighbors, well winterisn't Theatre Monday night
POINT Rodman Underhill's pasture. His e
NOWREDUCED getting a good stand of White suppose to begin till next were Buddy and Jane Smith, Cart -
Clover, but the red spiders are Monday, Dec. 22, but frankly olyn Sylvia, and Maxie Norton,
I giving him some trouble. Rod think it arrived early, don't you Sandra Paul, and David Moore.1 I I
one wonder if Florida Bank
man's not the
only one having has moved northward. : They report a grand time.
trouble with spiders. Lloyd Green
f TO All the school children will be I Seems terrible not to have ,
tells he is any Starke
me getting ready to "
thrilled tomorrow afternoon, as this year, since they
spray his clover pastures. The us- One of 28 Bank In the Florida :
Florida Experiment Station is Bradford schools close for the WANTED Cleaj
go Cotton Rags National GroupMEMBER
holidays and will
ing to help Lloyd reopen
get started with
i No
his Jan. 5. Pants No Shirts, Most
spraying program. If you no
1.50 tice clover turning white, check Speaking of school we will b Clean. Bradford
wih George Huggins [County Ag the looking forward to a report on County Telegraph. FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
ent he will have the informationen High School PTA Christmas .
spider control. Meeting by Mrs. Cornelius Moore, ,
publicity chairman. The meeting II -"
These Esterbrook Ball Points are just as District The Bradford nominated Soil V.Conservation R. was held Tuesday evening of this .
Fergusonfor week and we will have full details
good as they ever were the best ball pointon the Soil Conservation award. about it for you in our next issue.

the market, but due to a change in mod In making the the State selection Judging of the Committee individual Now for Heilbronn Church an-
nouncements and news. First, Rev REMEMBER KIDS
els will consider the .
we are overstocked and these must go conservation Jones of O'Brien has been called
that is carried out
at sacrifice! program as: pastor for the church. He will
a on the farm as well as the outside
activities. deliver inspiring messages every ONLY TWO MORE DAYS TO .
CHOICE OF MEDIUM OR FINE POINTS Problems of small woodland Sunday on Wedesday morning evenings and evening for mid-and

(Refills Always Available, Of Course) owners was the subject of discus week prayer meeting. Rev. andy .
sion at a recent meeting called b Mrs. Jones and daughter will .
Governor Collins in Jacksonville.It move to our community from O'- \ : REGISTER FOR KOCH'S "

was brought out that 93,000 Brien the first or second week of .' I

Bradford.County Telegraph small landowners own about 10 January. & :' :

million acres woodland in Flor Special singing was offered FILLED
ida, and that most small wood Sunday by one of our lovely young \ World's Largest Stocking

'- .- land lots are producing only one- ladies, Miss Joyce Morgan, who .... : ) '
- sang. "I Heard The BensT" Con : .
gregational singing of the songs ,
you love to sing was led by chorister e;

4 \ i Russell Redding, with the;
talented Miss Barbara Jean Nor-
man at the piano.

...9"cU u \\J 0.I gram Practice will be for held the Christmas tonight. Friday pro- TO BE GIVEN AWAY SAT., DEC. 20 .' tEQDQRI

If .- '" and Saturday evenings at 7 p. m.
Make a Friday evening tomorrow, will be
.O time for decorating the tree and! TO THE LUCKY BOY OR GIRL!

-_- preparing Christmas stockings.
,- Date and time for the Christmas

Christmas Program will be Monday, Dec. 22at Register Today.. Nothing To Buy! ,.y
T' 7:30: ,p. m. All those taking part ;
in the program are asked to be at

the church no later than 7. p. m. > See It Now On Display s*"
j'Give The Christmas program will include -

Scripture, songs, poetry anda In Our Store! 3
sLI dramatic play entitled, "Re
pentance on Christmas Eve." This ...,.."", p
SE play was written by your truly :- -
and portraying the characters will I ;
be Mrs. Russell Redding, Mr. and ,
f her Mrs. Jimmie Lee, Miss Linda Gaskin -
a gleaming? Miss Connie demons, War- ..
.. -
ren Johns, Ray Norman Mrs. .'W. >
Morris Carter Glen Norman and

Keith Reddish, plus a cast of Shopportunity Weekend SPECIALS!
HARDWICK small children; young people and a--

;= AUTOMATIC adults.Each has' worked hard for this 7.95 Bath Room Scales'4.95
program to be a success not for
cur glory but for the glory of
GAS RANGE Jesus Christ whose birthday we

will be humbly striving to honor.If 39.95 Transistor Radio 24.95 ELECTRIC BLANKETS!
you and your family can come
and be with us, we will try very
SLADE'SFOlt hard to make you glad you came. 29.95; Electric Cooker 9 95 DUAL CONTROL FULL SIZE TWO
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. YEAR GUARANTEE WASHABLE _

and Russell daughter-in-law Redding were, their Mr. and son 19.95 Electric Fryer9.95 ASSORTED COLORS -

Mrs. Raymond Redding and babyof
$PECIftLI Wildwood. Mrs. Russell Red- N- 19.95 i
: ding returned home with her son
and family for a few days visit: 29.95 Electric Saucepan -
Harvey's sister and brotherinlaw 19.95.
Mr, and Mrs. L. D. Jones Jr., TOY SPECIALS!
TI !I and children of Fort Meyers visit- 6.95 Steak. Knives v
ed in our home Wednesday of last 3.95

week. 9.95 DOLLS 5.95 I.1K3:
-iiiiI Very glad to report that Mr. !

and Mrs- Morris Carter and son, Four-Sliceloasters 19.95 }
Morris Jr. moved into their,lovely 7:95:
BB GUNS 5.95-
new home Tuesday of last week. /

Pearson Cox of the universityat 6.95 Manicure SetsSUGGESTIONS 2.95 ,
Gainesville spent the weekend -
$75.00For with his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. 2,95 Stuffed d T oys 9& ;

L. Cox. He and his sister Marilyn, FOR MEN .. .
also a student of the universitywill .
Your Old Range come home tomorrow for .the II GIFT
az Christmas holidays. 8.95 to 49.95 WE CARRY THEFOLLOWING
::: Regardless of Condition Keith Reddish visited with rela Parker PEN SETS ,
8.95 .V
tives and friends in Jacksonville up LINES
PLUS ONE MONTH'S Tuesday of this week. Ronson Lighters
Zippo Lighters
Lk The Heilbronn Home Demonstration

l SUPPLY OF Club had its Christmas 4.95 Assorted LIGHTERS 98c Revlon Yardley. Lentheric Coty
at home of '
Party the Mrs. Reese
Gas FREE! Scott last Friday evening as sche. BILLFOLDS: 98c to 15.OO.Old. Spice Faberge Chanel Tabu -

duled. Mrs. E. L. Cox reports a Eastman KODAKS Max Factor .. Evening In Paris
BE wonderful time was enjoyed by 5.95 upKOCH
-- all. Delicious refreshments of r

punch and cookies were served. : Prescriptions are our' main business. Three

Harvey's sister and brotherInI I Pharmacists to serve you day and night. Call
law, Mr. and Mrs. John StfllweH i
SLADE GAS CO. and children and Harvey's mother WO 4-4401 for FREE DELIVERY.

Mrs. Leona ,McCarthy of FerI I
candina Beach visited us Sunday. I
Next Door To Winn-Dixie Phone ".04-3551 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton I
and their guests, Mr.'and Mrs I II -
I Clyde Johns, Mrs. Margie De''


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n. ; DEG is, 1938

St. Mark'** Episcopal: n yy y yy y yyyyyyyyyyyy" .- held Sunday, at School Middleburg meeting,. and will Friday be ease Taylor, principal, Christine I I All the children,in the community I!years Mrs. L. M. Royal has received -

evening; Teachers meeting. Clark, reporter. I i, are invited as well as parents who I citations for distinguished
R v.RaJwmf'fi MacBlala' NORTH: SIDE Sunday lOa., QL. Sunday Wateroak School I[ are not working. There is no I services to the National Foundation -
Sunday Services 9:45 a.m., The regular Christmas party II charge as this is just another one 1 For Infantile Paralysis.
J. CHURCH NEWS Church School: 11:00'a.m.: ', Morning School; lit, a. m., Morning Worship I
'Prayer and Sermon. By. Mrs.. Can Brcmn.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ. ;: 7:15:; p- In.. 'Prayer Service, and program was held today of the community service projectsof I Christmas Seals'
Thursday the
Holy Communion-Flraf Sunday and 7:30 Evening Worship. startingat these organizations which are i i Seals have been mailed to manyof
11:30 Caroling will take I I headed f
a. m. |
up by Commander andMrs.
11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday Mrs. Dicie Peters of Otter Creek you by Mrs. Mack S. Futch,
from 8. .
place to &
L p. m. Principal Julius Royal.
We had'
wonderful who is chairman
7:30 services is county for sales.
a.m.Wednesdayl:00 time with her
Sunday, with spending I M. E. Roberts and staff assistants :March,of: Dimes Have
Choir morning and even- sister you sent your check or
p.m. Mrs. P. B Johns I
Presbyterian ChurchFriday Methodist Church ing brought II I LM..Riley and A. Chandler extend Plan now to cooperate in the
Practice: 7:45: p.m., Litany and messages by oyastor money order to her? Schools have
Bible Study. Bro Carter. Everyone en A surprise birthday party was. best wishes to all patron and March of Dimes Drive that will ; been called on to help. Parentsi
Adult Choir given Saturday night, honoring community friends for a happy. begin en Jan. 1, The
practice Sunday ,- Church School. 9:45: joyed the singing by the choir general i asked to purchase these seals
8 p. m.Sunday. a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. and solo. by Bro. Carter. Miss Shirley'Brown on her 17th, holiday reason. A. Chandler, re- [chairman for Bradford County i isI and helo in the fight against
Church School for Nursery provided for the children First Christian Church We wish to exend our deepest birthday anniversary; at the home porter. i I Mrs. Juanita Dinkins. For several tuberculosis.
of her sistr, Mrs. Lucille Rowe. I...,..
all ages 9:45: a. m. Morning Wor- and a Junior Church for olderchildren. sympathy to the Anderson familyin CIICRCIIEWS
ship. 11 a. m. sermon by Rev. Tom Services broadcast from Rev.Morning J. E.worship Sherwood, 11 a.m., pastor their time of bereavement. Our drinks Refreshments of' cake and soft Allen Chapel AME ChurchAllen I IIIIII1 ALVAREZ' m\\
were, served the 15 teenage STORE
Ellis, cf Gainesville. Youth Fellowship 11:30: to 12 noon. MYF; 6 p. m Sunday School 10 a.m. community., is saddened by the\i guests. Chapel A. M. E. Church Led 1894 lIIili lit liti
6 p. m. Christmas Program Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. Youth Churcn 7 p.m. ,loss of a wonderful friend. and Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor will.

7 p. m. Tuesday Prayer group sponsored Wednesday Prayer Meeting. faithful church worker, Mrs. Irene I We extend to you aspecialin- hold pastorial service on Sunday.i
Anderson. May God,comfort their vitation to attend, our Homecoming starting with Sunday School at''
by the WSCS in Fellowship I 1:30: p.m. i
At hearts as only He ,which will be the first Sundayin 10 Thomas in.! That's Our Business
The TabernacleThe Adult Choir practice, 6:45: : pjn. can do. a. m. Supt. Irene i
Hall.We cordially invite everyone to Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. John Benny Sapp January. There will be good charge. Morning worship at 11 a.i II If. It's Glass We Hare Itl!

sponsor of the Gospel Tab- join us in all our services. Ladies Council. lit And 3rd 'of' Daytona Beach spent the singing, good preaching ana dinner m. Evening Service at 6 p. m. CALL WRITE or VISIT
ernacle conducted the Sunday Tuesday nights.Everybody weekend with] their' parents. Mr. on the grounds.. Come and Parents are asked to continue to

, morning service and brought a ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL welcome to each and Mrs. Carl Sapp. bring your friends and neighbors.A. send their children to XmaS|I M -
message based on the Second CHRISTMAS SERVICES service.St. I Sunday dinner gusts of Mr. and warm, welcome awaits you at practice. The program and tree Joe Peters Glass Co.

Peter, Chapter One. Vesper Services 'I Mrs. A. W. Brown were Mr. and North Side. will be held on Friday, Dec 26, at

In he absence of the regular People's Choir, featuring will theYoung Edward's Catholic Church 'Mrs. Calvin Tall and family of Avery Merry Christmas and 8 p .m. All scholars are asked to)I FOR ANY GLASS NEED'
be held
teacher, B. E. !cRae, the Adult at St. Mark's Episcopal Church Starke, Florida Theressa, Mr. and Mrs. ClaudiaTJicmpson Happy New Year to each of you. attend as a present will be on the. We Design Modern Store Fronts

Bible Class was taught by Mrs. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Sunday Mass at 10 a. m. and son of Gainesville,t tree for each of you. E. J. Givens, Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Jennine Thomquest of Jacksonville Holyday Masses at 8:30: a. m. & and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown and THE RIGHT rOINT> our the reporter.
Following I
the service, the annual I Table Tops
5:30 p. m.Weekday. children. Antioch Baptist Church
Christmas Tree will be held for way yon write. Come m and 1313 N.W. 4th PL
select Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 24353
The first speaker of the season members of the Mass at 8:00: a. m. Let. us remember Prayer Meeting Antioch Baptist Church Rev.
Sunday School.
will be heard Sunday night, Dec.I I The traditional Midnight Service Confessions: Saturday 7 to 8 Wednesday a 7:30.: p. m. witha. your favorite; ESTERBROOBFAuntaln George W. Lee, Sr. pastor wll holdregular
28. p. m. Brotherhood meeting afterward. services on Sunday starting
I Christmas will be Eve held at 11:30: on I Baptisms, marriages and instructions Thursday evening Associational Pen. TELEGRAPH with Sunday School, Deacon,
with the rector,,
CHURCH OF GOD by appointment. Clarence Williams, Supt. Morning
Rev. W. E.
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn !The. service at 11 a. m. sermon by. th ej
Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday. ,i public is cordially invited, AIR PARK BAPTIST CHURCH OF INTEREST TO COLORED i pastor or appointee. i

Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPB | EVERGREEN Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- The Christmas tree for the sch

Service Wednesday 7:45 p. m I CHRISTMAS PROGRAMThe BAPTIST ing Worship 11 a. m. Training CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy olars will be held at 3 p. m. Sunday ,,

Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m I Union 6:45: p. m. Evening Wor All members and friends are ;
LAwrrrSunday I hold Evergreen Baptist Churchwill ship, 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer Ozora J. ShellAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA invited'' to attend. Guest partici A C ;
School. 10 a. m. Morn its Christmas program Service Wednesday 7:30: p. m. pants will include Miss Delovis L
Ing Worship 11 a. m. YPE Serv Tuesday night, Dec. 23, at 7:30p. Everyone welcome. 'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Jenkins and sisters, Valera and]I I

ice Saturday, 7:30 p. m. m. Everyone is invited. 'American Legion Party.... Anderson Junior High Marian, daughters of our former1pastor I

IIAMPTONiCHRISTIAN NORTH SIDE All members and friends of Post Due to rain and cold weather Rev. Alphonso Jenkins'

BAPTIST CHURCH 314 and Auxiliary:, of Starke are the game with Bryant Academy and, others. The general public is

BIBLE VERSEIf Christian Endeavor! CHURCH, Friday 7.SO Sunday School, 10 a. m. Mom cordially invited, to a pre-Ctuist- scheduled for Monday Dec. 15 invited to come out and hear this I _
p. m. Bible,, Study ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training !!las party sponsored by Memorial had to be postponed until Jan 12. very fine program that is being I
7:30 p. m. Sunday Morning; Wednesday Worship Union, 6:3o:: p m. Evening Worship Post 306 of Gainesville on Saturday The Christmas program, will be directd by Mrs. M J. Lee, music :

11 a. In. Evening Worship, 7:30,11. m. Prayer Meeting Dec. 20 starting at 8 p. m. at Friday, Dec. 19 at. 11:30: a. m. by Supervisor Shell. Sis. Lula
7:30 p. m. Bible SChool 10 a. m. welcome.Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everyone the recreational center in Gaines- Patrons are invited to attend. Bland, mother of the church is
tor. -Rev. Gerald Suggs, pas ville. Prizes will be given to the Principal, C. C. Anderson and still on our sick list members and .

CHURCH OF CHRIST best whist, players. Chicken, chit- his faculty are to be congratulated friends are asked to visit her at t'.z-

C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister HIGHLAND terling and barbecue dinners will to being the first group to I her resident on Florida Street.

Sunday Sunday School, 10 BAPTIST CHURCH be on sale. There is no admission publish a school' handbook on Sis A. Williams, reporter.

a. m., morning service, 11 a. m., Sunday School 9:45a.:: charge-for-this affair. Fourth Div policies. The book Is an outgrowth Free Xmas Movie ..
evening service, 6:30: p. m. Morning 'Worship, 11 m ision Commander Stafford Sapp is of faculty study 'group meetings On Tuesday Dec. 30, starting at
a. and
Wednesday Bible study 7:30p. 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting m. each toping that a large group will end.a need for some basic policies 1 p. m. s movie will be presented

ye abide in me, and my m. Wednesday, 7:30 m. Rev. come over from Starke as this>is ac: a guide to better instructional I. at the Reno Theater courtesy of
words abide in you, ye shall ask George Cklsm p. an effort to help in their Child services. It is hoped that each the members of th American Legion TIRE !
unto what ye will,and it shall be done PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS welcome. pastor. Everybody Welfare Program. member of the Board of Public] Post 314, Auxiliary, and the TIRELESS

you. JOHN 15:7 CHURCH Young Men's Progressive Club Instruction will get a copy of this management, Mrs. E. J. Givens.

Sunday School, 10 The annual. Christmas party of little book so that they Fruits nuts, candies and other
a. m? Mom- CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST may con-: All Ion cord Milemaster tires by Cities Service
ing Worship, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic LATTER DAY SAINTS the Young Men's Progressive Club structivly criticize it. We think it goodies will be given away free.CAY'S -ny
Sunday School -, 9:45 AM services, 7:30: p. m. Services each Sunday in ;old will be held on Christmas Eve in is a good instrument for school last and last and last

Morning Wednesday Prayer Meeting i Masonic Hall on E. Call St. -Sunday Putnam. The members of the La, betterment. C. Johnson, reporter.
Worship 11 AM 7:30: p. m. School 10 a m. Sacrament Belle Social Club will serve as co- RJE Honor Roll for Tube or tubeless, new Milemaster tires are

Training Union 6:15 PM Service ':30 p. m. Everyone wel hostesses to the guests. Local,,Second 6 Weeks I pound for pound stronger than steel resist
come. include Mrs. Mable J. Second grade: Betty J. Davis, I Appliances
Eve. Lee and B. J. heat, blowouts, breaks...cushion your ride and
Worship 7:30: P.M. Lennon. E. R. Shell: Geraldine Dan. Belinda Dcmm on,
,MORNING is the only local member of the.''''Doris Graham, Johnny McDuffy, Your Friendly reduce squealing, too! Yet they Ye priced'amaz

EVERGREEN YMPC.Fiesta. Melvarcan Davis, Andrew Buie' such
low for
Madison Street DEVOTIONALSpeaker BAPTIST' CHURCH Club FestivitiesThe Gus Kelly, Tom Marks, Billy Ter- Norge Dealer ingly quality.

Sunday School'ID-a.-. PreachIng Fiesta Club will celebrate ly Carolyn,Cruger. Vivian Burch, set Qeh
Christmas 0 NORGE APPLIANCES!: ,
for 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: with their guests on Lillian Hankerson Julia Mabiy,
Baptist Church Week of p. m. Preaching 7:3: p. m. Prayer Saturday Dec. 27, in Putnam. Ac John Branch, James Bass, Jr. O MAYTAG WASHERS t l !

DEC. 22 DEC. 27 Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p.'m. cording to President Clarence De- Harriett Mitchell, Louis Kely, Jr., I
Sue plans are being made for a Beatrice Crum, Carolyn Thomas, 0 COLEMAN HEATERS so Life
((900 Block W. Madison\ St. Rev Lewis D. Haines LAWTEY CHURCH OF CHRIST gala affair. All members and theirguests Clarence.Williams, Jereline Tyson, FLOOR FURNACES

(presently meeting. in City Hall are expected to attend. The Deborah Marshall. Yvonne WiII -

J. H. Mabiy\ Jr. Pastor 7:50 A.M. Sunday-Bible study, 10 ''I a. m., next regular club meeting will beheld 'I lams; Joseph:: Morris, Carolyn Ty- We Service All Makes
worship, 11 a m.EveningYoung.. at the home of the treasurer l'I scn, Joseph A. Mitchell. Of Appliances Starke, Fla.

peoples Bible Harry Young in January at'which;, Fifth grade: Gwendolyn Collins

r study, 7; preaching, 7:30.: time new officers for the year will ,, Marian Jenkins, Sharon Kelly PHONE WO 4-7511

WednesdaY-Bible atudy.. ,7:30 be elected E. Young, reporter. ; Jacqueline Marshall, Joyce I Starke, Florida
FIRST BAPTIST Church Starke p. m. KiYi Social Club Reddish, Coy Jackson, Louis Ma- I II I, ?
Radio ProgramStation The KiYi Social Club will have bry Mamie-Davie, Maxine Odum, -

Rev. Lewis CVRGR, Monday, 6:3p a. m., a', post-Christmas party on Monday Veronica' DeSue, Earl Williams.
Haines; Pastor December
29, in, Hastings. Sixth grade: Shirley Durham,

Jefferson and Court Streets -.In the Heart of Town GRAHAM The Starke members are Elmer Ethel Jones Linda Kelly, Dottie
BAPTIST CHURCH and Ozora Shell, Robert and An-
Phones: Office WO Chandler, Shirley Scott, Annette
4.6801Pastori um WO;9-2301 Sunday school; 10 a. m. Morning nie Jane Dell. Music for the affair Shell, Sandra Lane, Shirley bye byeWASHDAY

SUNDAY Worship, 11 a. m. Training T.111 be furnished by LawrenceParker Smith, Beverly Strong Dora Wil ,
11:00 A.1[. 7:30 P.M. Union 6:30 p. m- njvening Wor and his Honey Drippers.The Hams William Pierce, James Butler -

Sunday School 9:45A.l\I.: \ ship 7:30 p. m. Rev. Billy Bry- affair invitational.. Curtis Turner.
Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. ant, pastor Basketball Highlights Seventh grade: iShirley Moore, BLUES !
Midweek\ Service The RJE Tigers won from A.
Wednesday 7:30 Sonja Williams Richard Chandler
P.M. HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH L. Mebane High School of Ala- Janie Scott, Jimmie Brown, Turn washday drudgery Into wonderful new _
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU Premillennial Fundamental chua last Thursday night in the Mattie Mae Banks, Barbara Han

AT THE Missionary. Seven miles 'south of gymnasium. The game with Lincoln kerson, Willie Turner, Alphonso push-button luxury I Go modern. .
FRIENDLY CHURCH Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle'Pack was postponed from last Friday Jenkins, Gwendolyn Robinson,

ham, pastor. to this Thursday night. This I Sylvia Ford, Rosetta Wheeler.
Sunday School 10 a. m., Wor- will be the last game for 1958. The Eighth grade: Betty Crum

The perfect tribute to ship, 11 a. m.. Training Union, 7 first game for 1959 will be on 'Gloria Cummings, Lillian Hall, .

\ p. m., Evening Worship, 8 p, m. Tuesday Jan, 5, with Crescent Perca Hood, B. T. Marshall Jr. 1
a cherished memory Wednesday Prayer meeting City, there. The general public is Ida Peterson, Aker Williams. fit dr'

7.30 p. m.Everyone. r asked to support the local teams Ninth grade: Marjorie Leverson, A,1

Every funeral that we con t welcome. because this will help us' get the Mary McBride Elaine Pinion r1 \

duct is a source of concrete, blocks around the basketball Mary Tyson. I ."T\rt--
solace,and spiritual sustaining I KIJNGSLEF: LAKE3ILSSIONARL court and later on a gym Tenth grade: Esther Allen \ @ -)7--7
ins ira I + ,
tion to the BAPTIST- nasium. Follow the Tigers and Joseph Britt Helen Franklin, tp
family. f Smday: School 9:45: sum. Mom Tigerettes throughout- season. Cotes Houston,'Margaret Johnson, _

Hundreds of iw mf ,r 2 ing TTfrship 11 ami Evening Some of the all-time great playersof Deloris Jenkins, Frank Long. Edna ;"

details are managed and economical' Service 7:30 p.m.' Prayer,Meetingeach the team include Julius) "Moot" Williams. Herbert Williams. move up to new speedautomatic -new washday ease- '
ly attended to f hat' only a trained and careful Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Every, Chandler.LevqJ. Williams. "Pi'o" Eleventh1 grade: Gwendolyn with an all-electric home l laundry!

organization can perform when the urgent need one. wejcvme..-Kev. H. ,&". Mott "Buck" Chandler, Bishop and Ben Marshall, Velma Tyson Joe John- Worry-free electric washing, electric ironing, ..
for serving is at hand pastor. I McDougald and many others. son. electric water heating combine to lightenone
Thurston. _School 1 ''Twelfth grade: Jimmie Scott of your most difficult home tasks...
DeW ITT C. JONES HEILBRONN M1SOARY AS we close the u old" year and extend Joan Jenkins. keep your washables bright and new-

FUNERAL DIRECTOR BAPTIST CHURCH best wishes for the holiday According to Principal Eddie looking you time...
AMBULANCE SERVICE Sunday Schoon 10 a. m. Morn season we are pleased to share
PHONES Thompkins 80 persons made the give you more leisure for happier "
We furnish the : 4.2600'O 4.2610 ing Worship 11a.. m.. Evening our honor roll for this term with honor roll which is a 20'per cent Florida living. %
ANT highest type service at lowest prices and Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training you: First grade:' Daisybelle Cole- decrease 'over the first period
We insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY Accept Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid m an. Second .Grade: .Hortense Perhaps we need the holiday restso *.. YOURJklCTRIC ,\ '

payment In part or, in full on funeral services. company Consultation M Wednesday: Godden, Donnie C. Jackson, Rudolph that a greater number will bon .APPLIANCE '

carries' no obligation. Hudson, Izel Wilson. Third the list in February. M. Wheeler DIALER to

grade: Cynthia Louise Clarke. reporter.
'- I FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Arthur Williams and Willie James Hampton Training School

Lawtey Hill. Fourth Grade; Deloris The Christmas program will beheld .
COMPLETE TREE SERVICE ', A. E Massey Pastor,' Broughton. Mary Ann Chandlers,, .'on Friday night starting at FINGERTIP FREEDOM. wash
Bible school 10 a. m.
Jacquelyn Mitchell Larry Brown, 8 p. m. at Macedonia Baptist day convenience.Silent,automatic electric service
Preaching, 11a. m. Bobby Williams. Robert 'Pittman.'and Church; Hampton. Robert Bull saves you miles of extra steps on washdays
:* Pruning Evening Service 7:39 p* "ra. Bernard i Townsley. .1 saves time- clothes...
a van will take a part in the program you saves your tovetyou
'a+.. Cavity Work Bible Study and Prayer MeetIng Principal S. C. Price visited and is also vice-president of ... gives you newPUSHBUTTON
7:30: p m., Wednesday. North
Bracing Tree Removal Radio Carolina and Virginia during the. PTA. The other participants EASE with
program, 8 to 8:30, a.I the Thanksgiving holidays. In of the school plenty of dean piping-hot water
t will be pupils assisted by wire-gentle,
De-Mossing: TransplantingFree 31.SVRGR.,each. Sunday over. -station Durham. N, C. she visited her son by Supervisor Shell. Guest thorough,automatic washing-safest-of-aD,electric
Stark and daughter-in-law, Mr. andMrs" indoor drying-faster,
participants from RJE will include more perfect ironing.Enjoy
Inspection and EstimatesSAPP'S B3WAT Roscoe Price* who'are both Deloris Jenkins, loth grade the "Big' Difference"! lave better, dxtricdlylIf

CHAPEL: employed in hospial services. He student who will serve as' soloist
ASSEMBLY OF OOD is a X-Ray Laboratory Technician and narrator for the pageant.
G. H. Osboroe
TREE Pastor while, h.i.t1te., is.,a. registered .
SURGEONS Angels will include: Marian Jenkins. -
Sunday School
; 10 tt, m. Morn nurse at Lincoln
Hospital. In
tug Worship 11 a. m. EvangeUai RkbmocdrPrincipal Valera Jenkins Jackie Marshall .
tie Price visited and Deborah Ann Marshall
Service, 7:45 WIRE
PETE p. Thursday with her
SAPP OwnerP. son. Theodore, who 'i s and Annette Shell who-will also
weekly prayer service. Invita majoring in Business Education. r '- thtaftr /.fo til ,(tleolrit in tourkitchenUundri BEATS '
0. Box 774 Phone EA tion extended to; everyona. She was sing 'with the group. thin to tut. t com- ,
5-4887 Palatka accompanied
Fla. on the trip stone Heights ,?$[ biniion of luU! FIRE
by her youngest son. Reuben and All patrons and friends in
I daughter, Sylvia, who has just vited.
BAPTIST CHURCH 'A-special is extended -
Phone FR 6-2661 Phone MA completed her internship at West
9.3617 Sunday'schoo tooth patrons and friendsof
a. Worship
Gainesville, Fla. Ocala, Fla. Hour, 11 a. m. Erector Sen St.Augustine Elementary School in Keystone Heights. Come out m'FLORIDA POWE.R
Phone 1651 7 Augustine. She will finish her and enjoy 'a real Christmas

Lake City Fla. *-'eo p. m. Prayer ItaOBg t earl program
J Wednesday.. 7:30 college work in January. Mrs. S. and trt>e..1Ir.'Jones, bus at- & LIGHT COMPANY
pjn. lrJlfU
C. Price
principal; Mrs D. B ttndaat, will serve as.Santa Claus HEIPIN3 BUILD FLORIDArAGE ,

Jackson, teacher for the. 'community. Mrs ,Mellon-: ,

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I little planned crop. rotation can where had put- three foot deep tin Jr. in Alachua Sunday afternoon -I undersigned under the provisions'''this r notice, the fictitious ---
name of ers. :345o X. W. 7thAve.. Galr. *\'ile) ,
r help pay off.CATTLEMEN'S. ditch around an 80 acre field. ; of Chapter 20,59J.: Laws of Florida.' MarT Carter Paint Store under Florida
ASSOCIATION Acts of 1941 will register with the which we are engaged in business
When he started the field
mooring Dated this;
Mr. Townsen Sth day of D' 'emftA. !
visited in Palatkajver' Clerk of the Circuit. Court in and at 3.5 North Temple Ave. Starke. D.
Those attending the Cattle- he 1J5S at Starke, Eradiord
I caught over 15,000 rats. ( the weekend. for Bradford County Florida upon Florida. Florida.
n men and Farm Bureau meeting Putting out some Warfarin rat Mr. receipt of proof Of publication of Robert S. and Helen Gerard, own- Country..
and Mrs.
UjlHt 1-1
last Sonny Dukes of
Friday night heard Pat Mil-
bait around the barn, smokehouse, Lake Butler
visited Mr. and Mrs.
ler and: Doyle Conner each.
urge .
or home will cut down on your Earnest Russ
association to keep active and' Saturday night.
rat population if have
you any. "Mr. 'and
W. H. Eddie of
{ strong. Of course'a strong'organ
It is said that the destruction and Waldo

ization, is a result of active members contamination by one rat costs. guests of were Mr.Tuesday and Mrs.night N. J.dinner Davis. : fit For Every Purpose

I you about $40.00 a year. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis had : FL 0 %4TERk
If you cwn cattle you should be PLAN FOR TOBACCONo
By G. T. Huggina an old-fashion hog killing at their During The HolidaysYES
a member of the organization.You .
knows what is home
one going to Saturday. Those for this
County Agent have heard how all farm land happen to tobacco allotments occasion wereMr. and Mrs. J. R.
been taxed much higher in during the next few Thereis Davis and
--- years. baby of Cocoa Mr. and

BELIEVE IT OR NOT: is harmful in lots of ways, therefore some counties Association The Cattlemen's still seme thinking about acre- Mrs. W. A. Davis and children of
working to
it is: important that age-poundage! 'plan., If this comes Waldo. Mrs. W. F. Bushloper and Gay and beautiful flowerscan
SoU. and crop>> specialists:: : have prevent farm land being taxed at more emphasis will be
on quality. daughter. Susan of Green Cove
told us for a number of years: that turning be done eaily enough to its speculative value. You are already Your quotas will probably be basedon Springs, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis do more than anything else to
:let all vegetation turned under de-
of stalks turned enjoying the results of
a good
crop corn an
Do and
yields. all children
your average you and John May of impart that
under after being chopped up is compos, effective screwworm eradication spirit of Christmas
can now to incerase it.yyyyyyyyyyy. Gainesville Sunday the Davis 4 ,
worth ten dollars in fertilizer. Well when some corn stalks are program. You can help these pro- e
clan all gathered at the Davis cheer to the home
the holi "
Each fall you will see few fields worth ten dollars an acre and a grams that are helping you if you ........... cabin at Salt Springs for a day during i''

wherei all vegetation possible is good crop or blue lupine worth join your County Association. '' of leisure. days. See our wonderful assortment .
raked ,up and burned. It is very 500 pounds of nitrate of soda plus At the meeting. last week, mem- BROOKERBy { Home Demonstration Club ,

true that now decayed vegetation extra value from .the organic, aiZ5 berships were renewed. They Members cf the Home Demonstration i garden.fresh at all times y
J were: J. R. Wainwright, Titus Olson Club held their annual .
Foster Shi Smith, Lonnie Barbara Sue Davis
Christmas party Dec. 15 at the. # T
Harley, J. R. Kelly Bill Haas, s1AAaAaVWaSAUAa11a1AAAaPersonals Community Center here. k

Special Christmas Program and Doyle Conner. Mrs. W. T. Blair vice-president I
This is the organization working Mrs. W. T. Blair and mother, presided at the meeting. After the I FLOWERS for GIFTS
meeting exchange of
for all interests of all farm- Mrs. Douglas visited Elton and J. I
ers. There are more than 2,000,000 D. Douglas in Lake Butler last gifts. Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mrs. PLANTED DISH GARDENS .
FLORIDA THEATRESTARKE W. T. Bair: were in charge of L
members in the United States, 'y
I week.Mr. decorations and covered dish POTTERY
and over 25,000 in Florida. and Mrs. Benny Thomas Jr. luncheon, which was served to the: V 4
'This !is membership renewal and Clarence Thomas of Gainesville CUT
I members. Those, present were Mrs.i FLOWERS of all kinds ;
FLA. I time, too for Farm Bureau. Last were Thursday guests of Mr. It a Douglas Mrs. Rosie Pinholst-
i .t ;year there were about 175 members and Mrs. Benny Thomas 3r. pr, Mrs. Mattie Sowells, Mrs. Dave :I CORSAGES .

WED... DEC. 24 10:00 A.M., in Bradford County. I believe Mrs. Gioover Thomas is visiting Green .1rs. Tim Rodgers. Mrs. FLOWERING

Secretary, Freddie Watterson, reported her daughters, Mrs. D. M. Starling W. T. Blair and mother, Mrs.Iouglas..and PLANTS
1 at the recent meeting thatabout Jr.. and Mrs. Ray Wilson in '
145 have already renewed. Jacksonville for two weeks. Mrs. W. T. Blair and Mrs. T. W.Mark'ey .
You are invited to inquire about Mrs. Bishop Thomas and chit- attended County Council
| the program of Farm Bureau and dren were Sunday guests of Mr I Home Demonstration Club WREATHS: Beautiful ornamental

and howl) it is helping. our farm and Mrs. 'H. H. Lewis of StarkeMr. meeting in the Womens Club at wreaths made
RIIYTIIMAIRESWith to: order, for.the ,
programs; and Mrs- Carl Thomas of Starke, recently. /

INCOME TAX TIME Gainesville visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green and door or window _. Also CEMETERY I
Dr. C. C. Moxley, economistwith Mr. and Mrs. Tim Thomas Fridayof children visited Mr. and Mrs. R.

the Agricultural Extension l last week. T, Taylor in Palatka Sunday. WREATHS for holiday remembrance
WENDELL GRIFFIN"The Service joins us in urging you to Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Coleman of We wish to welcome the Rastus 1

Boy That Makes Elvis Blush" get and study the 1958 Farmers Gainesville were Sunday luncheon Mann family back in our midst. -
Tax Guide. We have one for you guests of her parents. Mr. andMrs. They moved back here from

-And- if you need it. There are also J. H. Sowells. They attended Haines City, recently. FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHERE AS GIFTS
some new provisions that might church services at Antioch in the : What better way to re-
Stevenson of Ohio and member that friend
MISS RUTH CARD"Our in or loved one in a distant part than by using wire
help depreciating new machinery morning and a band concert in Jerry Kleinman of New York were service our
Alachua in the insuring flowers to arrive there, fresh and bright for Christmas
Dancing Sweetheart" afternoon. quests of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
TESTS FOR LIME NEEDS'' ,Mrs. R. T. McDavid is visitingher Kleinman several days last week. Absolutely no fuss or bother Just phone your order to WO 4-6291

Plus More Stars It is probably' true that of all daughter, :Mrs., J. H. Sowellsfor and we will do the rest .
the agricultural practices available several weeks. CARD OF THANKS
EXTRA SPECIAL SANTA WILL.BE ON OUR today there is none that will Mr. and Mrs. Algerine Lloydof We wish to express our sincere e

STAGE AT 11:30 FOR ALL CHILDREN give greater return per dollar invested Gainesville visited his mother, appreciation for the many ex Member F.T.D.A,

1 r .. .;-.: than the practice of limingthe Mrs. Viols Gillis and the H. E. uressions of sympathy during e
-' soil when it is needed. Stokes family Sundav.. Others illness and loss of our loved thc c e.
:;. Right now is the time to findout visiting were Mr. and Mrs. DeweyStokes -Family of Mrs Lacey Norman.

if you need lime for your crops and son of Jacksonville, COLONIAL FLORIST
cr pasture. Crops to be planted Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Stokes and THE RIGHT. POINT for the
CAN YOUR TIRES way you write. Come In and ce-
next spring will respond:to lime children of Starke, and Mr. and
toot favorite
applied anytime now. Any crop Mrs. Rudolph Stokes and children Fountain Pen.NOTirFJ ''rnT.F.GR": Mr.. and Mrs. Phone WO 4-6291 506 E. Nona St.
ve grow in this county will respond of Alachua.Is .

to lime if the soil ne Mrs. G, W. Davis returned : OF INTENTION Ronnie Mundorff Free Delivery Starke, Fla.
it. You might even be surprisedat home Sunday after several days TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAN:
PASTKIS$ DIME E Xotice Is hereby, given that the
the difference lime might make in the Bradford County Hospital. ..
to field corn. We will help you get Junior Hinton and daughter, ..

a test. Your fertilizer agent will! Cherrie of Cleveland, Ohio, ar
help you. You can take it yourself: rived at the home of Mr. and ?

and bring it to us. There are a Mrs. G. E. Green last week. Cher- SENSATIONAL Christmas OFFER p

TEST ? few important points in taking a rie will remain with tier hunt and, .
Try it'now! sample that would help you if uncle for the winter while '"Mr. r .

you have never discussed the procedure Hinton is employed in Olsmar. .ru :. .., snrvr .
\ -. II is worth you comingby Mr. and Mrs. William Kelley sror

f' i".: our office to pick up some soil and daughter of Jasper:: were Sun I.
:. ':X<"'" sample bags and information>: day luncheon guests of Mr. and .

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nearest is the son and grandchil- Jan. 5. daughter of St. Marys, Ga. were Mrs. Curtis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. children of Americus, Ga. are maintain this good record.
dren in Indiana. We will be hap- Mrs. Gladys Wasdin, fourth and visiting here last weekend. Pete Griffis during the week. visitin their
parents, Rev. and Linda Brookins and Judy For-
py, as usual,' and open our gifts fifth grade teacher, plans to 'Mr. and Mrs. Bill Underwood and Miss O'Brian
A Patsy was guestof Mrs. Orville Brookins and Mr. and syth were guests of Patsy O'Brian
on Christmas eve. spend the vacation at her former Mrs. Louise Hogan. all of Hamp- Miss Sylvia Morris Friday and Mrs. Evan Hodges of Brooker. Sunday.Mr. .
Yesterday was the Sabbath and home in Patterson Ga. Other ton Lake were visiting the Mc- Saturday.
They will stay for the Christmas and Mrs. Morris Lee and
Don and I took a little drive to teachers expect to have their Kinneys Sunday afterncon. Mrs. J. J. Hardenbrook visited holidays. children
were guests of
Mr and
the cemetery to see the new Christmas holidays at their homesin Mrs. John McKinney of Graham her tr therinlaand sister, Mr. Rev. and Mrs. Orville Brookinsand Mrs. Ralph Gainey, Sunday

headstone for his brother, Dean. Starke Waldo, and Theressa.- and Mrs. L. Thompson and and Mrs. G. W. Mann of Jacksonville daughter Linda and Mr.Brookins' The members of Boatdrain
The cemetery is on top of a hill. Christmas PartyA Mrs. V. L. McKinney of Gaines- last
Wednesday. mother, Mrs. W. T. Baptist Church take this time to
-DOMCA.NEBR-J There is I
a splendid view of
the no-hostess neighborhood ville were shopping in Jackson- .
Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Brookins were in Gainesville Sat- wish all their friends and
Wherein the busy days fly by.I ed. I have Don's gift wrapped. I valley and town. In the distanceare Christmas party was held Tuesday ville last Wednesday. Thcmas O'Brian and children urday.A a very Merry Christmas.everyone A
more hills. The snow was afternoon Dec. 16, at the home of
prepare for Christmas and singa want to get a small tree. I have softly falling and the wind sigh- Mrs. Milton Misner in Hampton. .y y.. ny11, visited Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Chism.I surprise birthday party was thought "How much owest thou

happy song. I think of Florida. the house decorated and packages ed thru the trees. Up there it wasa After exchange of gifts, refresh- There will be a Christmas pro- given at the home of Mr. and unto my Lord," St. Luke 16-5.
The day is waning gray and from my son and family have arrived little gram at Boatdrain Church Mon- Mrs. Cecil Rowe Saturday nightin Boatdrain Baptist Church
lonely.HELPFUL mens of cake, coffee and ice
chill, ready to go under the tree.I HINTS: Drop lemons cream were served. GRIFFIS LOOP day night, Dec. 22, at 8 p. m. honor of Mrs. Rowe's sister. Sunday School, 10 a. m.: Morn

Blue shadows darken field and have a letter from Mrs. Lela in hot water before squeezing PersonalsMr. ..k Everyone is welcome. .Miss Shirley Brown. Refreshmentswere ing Worship. 11 a. m.; Training

hill: Carter of Clay Hill and she is go- cut juice when putting a rinse on and Mrs. S. A. Dover andL. By VerblfeAndersonMr Mr. and Mrs. Art Weldron of served to the 25 guests. Union 6:30: p. m.; Evening Worship -
But in the. distance, golden ing to mail me holly. That is --. Placid of Mrs. Wel- 7:30
were guests We
had and
the hair cent attendanceat p. m. Prayer meet-
home use a brush Thornburg of Charlotte, N. C. &&&&&&&&&&&& &.4A4A..A per I
bright, what Daisy Lang always did and : dipped in the color rinse and then left for home Friday after week's dron's father, Gene Griffis, Sun- Sunday School and visitationwas ing, Wednesday 7:15: p, mEveryone .
The village gleams with Yule- made my Christmas complete, but and Mrs. Don
Curtis and made
brush thru Sunday afternoon by
the hair. Result is an visit here with Mr. and Mrs. M. day.Mr. welcome. Pastor Rev.
tide light. now Daisy has passed on and Lela children of South Carolina visited and Mrs. E. W. Hodges and the
even color. When baking a chocolate L, Watttrson. While here, they young people. We hope we can Orville Brookins.SHEPHERD'S .
Ring out glad bells, in evening has taken over that job. I will I
cake, dust the greased pans spent a few.days in Cedar Key,
chime ,send her a gift to show my appreciation -
I with cocoa instead of flour. and on Thursday, last week, they
To guide us home this Christ- and love.
Don has such pretty plastic spent the day in Jacksonville and
mas time! We have been busy with funer- table: cloths with decorations for Jacksonville Beach.
And grant dear Lord, our earnest als. I have ordered a robe madeto
Christmas at the store. He
gave Barbara Matchett, daughter of
prayer order and designed just for me. me one for our table here in the Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Matchett, Annual
That those we love be waiting I will wear it when I play the
fining room where I am writing planned to leave today. [Thurs-
there. organ at funerals. It is of a porous this. It is gay and colorful. It day] for New York to visit her

Margaret Durant satin crepe in an off white, and gh es one the Christmas spirit. brother, Wayne ,Matchett. They
Those who still have relatives has little that sits
a cap to wear Christmas is a wonderful sea- are both_to get back to Hampton
and parents in the old home the back of I love to
on my head.
Dec. 24, for Christmas here, and
should be so grateful 'and thank- play the organ and this will giveit son.Snowflakes glistening in the Wayne is to return to New York RADIO JUBILEE

ful. They can go home to those a certain amount of dignity. light: the following' Monday, Dec. 29.

they love. I think more than any- Our little town has the colored The many twinkling stars a- Mrs. Minnie Silcox of? Heilbronn T IAND

thing in the, world I miss at -, '-_' .. ,
glow, _
lights up along the streets and is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joe "-"""" :-:":"'"' -: "

Christ time, my one parents and I the lighted lanterns at each light Like diamonds in the night. Forsyth in Hampton this week.

home. Then Christmas I I post. All very gay and colorful We have about four inches of A. P, Mills of Miami visitedFriday .
fcund myself in Florida without I white : 'fQj- h :f I ; ;fm i I'y
The days are so short now that it snow on the ground and the in Hampton with his I: ,
relatives or home. I shall .. .. ,
never -' .
is -
I is dark when I take Digger a walk sun shining. It is cold out, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. -- -- - -

forget hew Mrs. Charley Johns after the evening meal. I sing though, and not melting. It is a and Mrs Den Hill.

and her family made me welcome j Christmas carols softly and we glorious winter day in Nebraska, Mrs. H. D. May is back at her
at the old
heart will home at Hugh. My walk down the sidewalk to the like we should have at Christmas. own home this week after sPend- VICTOR

glow toward always feel a warm I postoffice which is about two May you every one have a very ing the last few weeks with her RCA

sister her and her dear and a half blocks. My heart Is Merry Christmas and a Happy sons, C. L. May, here and Wilson rt

Huldah. for that Christmasso gay and I have learned long ago New Year. God bless you everyone May in Gainesville, while she has t.r dt

long ago.I to be thankful for each blessing. been ill. BIG COLOR Console TVICA

have everything about ready Don does not have any relativesnear. LOVE, Mr. and Mrs Donald McMa-

for the Holidays. My packagesare His family are all dead, save MOTHER LURA. hone and son of Bradenton spent' i

mailed and the turkey order- the two children in California. My Thursday to Sunday here with
Ffltrf/TTIVRFI7IyYe rtfrvFFftHAr1PTON her .narents._ Mr_ and Mrs. M. L. I i
n n m n n.
Watterson. For Sunday dinner the
Wattersons also had as guests Mr. i W e
end Mrs. Frederick Wattersonand
.... By Mri. D. E. lllllHamptnrn Mr. and Mrs. Gene Failing of
THIS WEEKS Starke. :

aAUAuau.AAAA A..A.A.AI Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope of EauGallic I I i.

Baptist Men spent several days here last

Organize BrotherhoodMen week with Mr: and Mrs. Edward

of Hampton Baptist Saxon and daughters. s Victor Portable 4- _sL
Speed Manual "Vidro-
Mr and Mrs. Joe Forsyth, Mrs. -
Church organized a Brotherhood Rich"Golden Throat" T
Saturday evening, Dec. 13, when Ina Knight and son Ronnie visited .,. tone Metal COM lovered

74' they met for a fish fry at Frank in Lochloosa Sunday.Mr. with darable washable V

Williams' cottage at Santa Fe and Mrs. Bob Faile of vinyl.' Gray, flreto W tan... '"'" .r
RCA Victor value in
Lake. Jacksonville spent last weekend Donley. Big Model 9EMP2I. h

here with her parents, Mr. and table! TV. 262 sq. in. picture. Balanced *RCA trademark for record s 1S
Edward Saxon was named pres-
FM Sound.
Mrs. Raleigh Brannen.Mrs. Fidelity Pull-push "oyerl29.95
IS TO WISH YOU sident of the group; Frank Wil- Frank Brown and Mrs. on-off switch with Stay-Set volume
liams, membership vice-president: ... .
.. .
Emory Brown drove to Jackson- control Transformer-powered chassis J' > >'
Charles Hicks, program vice-pres- ville Monday of this week. with improved weak signal reception. .00
Merry Christmas and A ident
Don Hill
Happy ; vice- .
president; Gene Birt.,'secretary- C. H. Layfield of Gainesville Tube-saving power surge resistor. Other Big Color TV models from
visited here Saturday and took Printed.. circuits.Available in 3 finishes.
treasurer; and Milton Misner, -'-
and Prosperous New Year his mother, Mrs. Nora Layfield,
song leader. Like all Big i Color TV sets, the
to Jacksonville. | Rlk t I-MD-WRITE COlflt I
Men of Raiford Brotherhood WestcoU brings you 254 square

presented the program for the $ inches of viewable "Liting Color" _, _'\_

WE. WILL BE CLOSED, meeting, and the quartet from TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTGRAHAM $189.95 picture. Has Balanced Fidelity if i ,

Raiford Baptist Church sang i Sound, easy color tuning. Mahogany .'!it'

Christmas Day -- Fri. and Sat. several numbers for the group. grained or limed oak .

Thirty men were present for the grained finishes. See Q. ; Color TV
A Jubilee Big receive; shows In
meeting.. Mrs. John McKlnneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAt Special! dependable Big Color black-and-white, too. h'. like 2

For Inventory. Birthday Picnic Sunday TV today! ..-W- lets in II

Birthday anniversaries of Em- FOI UHFt UHF-VHf tuner optional, extra.

PrelnventoryPAINT ory Brown and R. O. Simmonswere Family Reunion Planned1I'or AU about fiw MC/uwVt RCA Victor Factory Service Co/roct
celebrated at a picnic at Christmas Day tiECONSOLEV
Goldhead Branch State Park on Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney MODELS

Sunday, Dec. 14. v1ll' be hosts at a family reunionon .,.o'i..... : m,
,.;.: .. : :.:
: :
Christmas in honor of .1
SALE Present for the event were Mr. Day ---, A Shepherd Jubilee Special!
their son Sgt. Odis McKinney and '"
and Mrs. Judge S. Gregory, Mr. -
his wife and four children who 'f?
and Mrs. Emory Brown and son
Outside White -Gal. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Simmons, Mr. are at; home from Germany.
4.25 and Mrs. Hazel Perry and daugh- will be Sgt. McKinney first
Christmas home in four i. 'm ;
years. '
ters, Mr. and Mis. W. D. Carter
After the holidays he. and his .
and family, Mrs. T. F. Brown, Mr. .t.f
Interior family will to his new stationat
Rubber Base Gal. 3.55 and Mrs. Tommy Bruce and chil- Ft. Campbell go Ky. (t I t 'ttl v

dren of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. l tttlt1
The Graham Baptist Church tftf t r } lift t, ,
Gene Chasen and daughter }
t 't b ,,, tlllr' 1't't'ti
Exterior Rubber Base Gal. Baptist Christmas will have a Christmas program on t I
Program Wednesday Saturday, Dec. 20. Everyone is invited .tr r I i ttlt h l.t .
to y
come. l lt
Intermediates and Young Peo
Rev. Billy Bryant pastor of the
ple's classes of Hampton Baptiston } ftft.
Graham Baptist Church, and t gy'p'' ; irlk
the birth of Jesus, Christmas
WALL family of Trenton were Saturday VI 0a
ENAMEL 20% program for the church at the t .R 1F t'41
night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry
SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL prayer meeting service at the t' 1 t t ,
Starling. Also a guest was Mrs. I6rrusts
church Christmas eve, Dec. 24.
DISCOUNTWE Starling's sister, Mrs. Della 0-
The program will include slideson
steen. of,High Springs.Mr. 'F',
the tirth of Jesus Chrismas t
WILL CLOSE DEC. 25 26 and Mrs. Frank Thomas of i C T ;
27, 28 FOR carols and special music.
Hampton visited'her parents the
INVENTORY The young people plan to go P O. Starlings, last Sunday. hi'
caroling after the service, whilea
We are sorry to report the ill- r
social period is held for begin- ness of Horace Cain who has The Mark VII. Beautiful French Provincial -

NO MONEY DOWN ner, primary and junior ages at been a patient for two weeks in Stereo-Orthophonic High Fidelity RCA Victor Transie'-.crg Deluxe
the church. Extra-powerful oll-traniistor pocke'-
Bradford County Hospital. He Yictrola. Plays new stereo and all

Intermediate girls' class of the seems to be improving, but is still regular records. 4 speakers. Diamond stylus. Auxiliary sized portable.Operates on penile;;:t .
Sunday School will have i its cells! cells ; ,f ;
en the critical list. mercury or rechargecb.3battery.
Repair speaker (SHS7 shown), or speaker in your TV or radio
Christmas party Friday evening Nathaniel Dyal of Hampton Famous "IMPAC" non- ,
this week, and junior and completes stereo system. Mahogany, maple or cherry ; -
boys Lake, son of Mr.and. Mrs. Berry breakable case. Fold-away handle.: : ; I
girls will have their Christmas Dyal Sr.. is confined to Bradford bisque veneers and selected. hardwoods... Model SHP7.. Plug-in for earphone. Resonant
-* Add Rooms party Saturday afternoon at the A. -, ....4IIf. .
--- Carport County Hospital.Mr. T-7rw .._ "Golden Throat"tone. Pink-and-ice V i
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Birt, and Mrs. Jennings Starlingof m rnrr.eod and .p\qft'L '
berg white, green-and-iceberg '
near Hampton. Princeton Fla. were weekend
Bath Room WMU women of the church will guests of his' parents Mr. and $109.95 white, or charcoal-ond-iceberg .

meet on Thursday evening this Mrs. H. E. Starling. white with mirror-bright metalPc.: j

(INCLUDING SEPTIC TANK AND FIX. week Dec. 18, at the home of Mrs. Hattie Lefevers, who is trim. Model 1 1BT3.

TURES) Mrs. J. W. Horne, for the Lottie now employed in Gainesville, was

Time To ReroofTAKE Moon week of prayer for foreign visiting her son, Tom, and family $
missions program. Mrs. Charles last week. A Shepherd Jubilee Special! $49.95

Hicks will be in charge of the Richard Cain has been honoredby

ADVANTAGE OF TillS SPECIAL program. being selected to appear on

YWAs met Monday evening this television for Pepsi-Cola merit ---

week, Dec. 15. at the home of award. Watch the Telegraph for ,

Miss Clairnell Cooper near Starke,, the date he win appear. RCA VICTOR SHIPMATE. Light-

FREE ESTIMATESCALL for their last meeting for the year Little Miss Catherine Lefeversis weight portable radio performs any-

1958. on the sick list this week. where. 3-way operation AC, DC

School Fire Drill. Robert Cain spent the weekendat or battery. New foldaway handle 3095

OR WRITE Christmas Parties home. He is the eldest son of =1''a+s makes it easy to carry. Has guaran-

Hampton. Elementary School Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cain and is teed non-breakable "IM AC" case -
DAY OR NIGHT was cleared in one minute after stationed with the Navy at Main won't
chip, crack or break in 5
the gong sounded last Friday Side in Jacksonville. He' is get yearsof

WO'4-4201 or WO 40211RBUILDERS J morning, when they held a fire ting leave for the Christmas holi normal use.: Rich "Golden Throat" Another Shepherd
drill according to Mrs. Ola M. tone. In white-and-maple sugar or

Perkins principal days.Mr.. and Mrs. V. L. McKinneyand white-and-turquoise. Model 1BX5. Annual Jubilee Special/ /
The eighth grade boys acted as daughters of.Gainesville were

guides fer. the lower grade children I Monday nighVsupper guests of his *. -

which greatly expedited the parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mc-
clearing! of the building, Mrs. Perkins .Kinhey; "* .

said. The drill was held at Mrs. Neta Phillips of Denver Shepherd'sTV Radio & TV

9:30: a. m. Friday Dec. 12. Colo.. Is visiting ber mother Mrs.

Christmas! parties and programsin Kate Starling and th r'relatives.

I SUPPLIES INC.. the classrooms at the school Mrs. Starling had as other guests

will begin at 2 p. m. this Friday last Sunday;her sons'and families, .

afternoon Dec. 19. Parents are Mr. and 'Mrs. Earl Starling of RADIO SEAT COVERY UPHOLSTERING
invited to attend the festiviUesmarking Jacksonville 'and Mr. and Mrs.
STARKE, FLA. the closing day of schoolfor Lewis Starling.,fand family of PHONE WO 4-6901 STARKE
- thu year. Classes begin again Gainesville. FLA.

after the holidays on Monday, Mr. ,and Mrst>Allen'r ,Ward.and ,

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