Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
December 25, 1958
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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VOLUME EIGHTY STARKE. FLo IDA.- THURSDAY; DF.C-: ;), 1958; ------------ -- --- -: -- -NUMBER__TWENTYSEVENI I

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Merchants To Bring 'Kiddieland' L.


Discount Tickets 1 w \ }_ ;?t ,;7r

B.ROE.1JVDRN Contracts Let t Millions Asked f l a i Vf 1 .' t s

For Rides Given 2 t a

On School Work For New F "' w 4t -
D4C r Prison 9. c 3 tta ti
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With PurchasesPronotionminded 1 ; k
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Starke mer I At Monday MeetContracts At Raiford.

chantsho have just completed CHILDREN

their successful ninemonthShOPPcl'tunity y
I' 1 were awarded on The Division of Corrections 4}
Days program, will
..1 x4 South. ide Elementary School. filed request in Tallahassee last
exit: the old year and launch therew | I
in spectacular fashion by | Anderson Junior High cat etorium, week for a $12,043,770 building I .

bringing a full-scale Kiddielandhere 4. i I and additions to Lawtey Junior program for the state prisons in ,
the next two
for 12 days, Dec. 29 through High, at a called meeting' of the years. I a .....
Jan. 10. ( Almost half of the total funds
I Monday
Featuring "Florida's largest! e I I morning. requested $5,475.670, would go
Ferris Wheel" and other rides I .c c1E The board decided to ask for re- for the State Prison at Raiford. ,j

*ueh us Tug Boats, Fire Engines, j I bids on the BHS auditorium. I II Of this amount $4,465,168 wouldgo a

Tubs-O-Fun and. other attractions Scuthside Elementary, was bid for the. first_ phase of the new .

the Kiddieland is the attraction I at $145,784, and Anderson Junior prison facility to be constructed

that has just completed a High cafetorium at $31.850 by there. x

successful run in downtown Ernest Triest of Keystone .. A breakdown of, the request for

Gaine3\H'e.During Heights. Low bidder on the Law- Raiford listed these other major

its stay in Starke, it i tey Junior High cafeteria and ( items: r .

will be located on the vacant lot classrooms was A. W. Smith &I Emergency.power supply, $120- i

acrcss from Coca Cola plant on Sons of Leesburg, with a figure 71 00; 200,000-gallon water tank

S. Thompson St. All rides will be of 78751. and rehabilitation of water sys- t-

provided at a discount to children Bids on the four projects were less $113,000;; rehabilitation of _

or adults holding tickets furnished submitted and opened Tuesday, exterior sewage' system '$91,385;

by cooperating merchants. Thetic.kets Dec. 16, but the lowest completebid mploye housing [23 units], $137.-
will be given by merchantsto 500; fence and flood-lighting inside -
customers with each 50centpurchase was about $30,000 higher than

cj! A TOY. the previously estimated cost. operated compound gates $62,600 and electrically; superin-

The Kiddieland attractions will In going over the bids with the tendent's residence
$22,500 addition
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be open from 3 to 9 p. m. on Mon- FOR SO ME .NEEPYCHIL school: architect, Jack Moore, to
hospital $60.000 and
days through Fridays, and from some construction cuts were made educational building phase one, 3 BHS Quints HERE'S THAT MAN AGAINA

11 a, m. to 9 p. m. on Saturdays. in the stonework of the proposed $
=;, 133,050V' 3S
Circulars containing TO BE PIIF/N TN auditorium which will Santa Clans who
a coupon be advertised The Corrections I parsed out randy and listened to the
for free ride (only one to for rebids Division said ItRas .
good a with the new S Score Victories want-lists of starrj-ejed children brightened the
budgeting! $5.544,510 for the streets\ of
child] will be distributed specifications. It I
a BIIIBYBfo.lLKJIPl// was also decidedto Starke during the
through the area. CHRISTMAS' : .. advertise the additions of second phase of the new Raiford height of the shopping season. Different

C. Elrod Jr. ,chairmanof classrooms at RJE prison'for. 1961-63. and $9,924,860 children reacted in different ways to the bearded gentleman
Harry at the
same -
A the Retail Merchants Associa- r."TELKS time.A. for the third phase in 196365. I(Over Lake Butler from the North Pole, but on the whole, Santa got a warm reception

tion said that bringing Kiddie- ," resolution especially as long as his bag of randy,
,-----; was passed! by tine provided by the
land to Starke is the opening gun ... '--- .._ "_ -...1".o.. board to ask for approval by the Courthouse Offices All athletic teams at BHS are (Chamber: of Commerce, stayed full. In top photo, three ador-

in the merchants 1959 schedule of STAGE state Board of Public instruction Closed For BalanceOf :taking .a vacation from practice able towheaded sisters i!< from Maxtille, Kathie, Angle: and Alicia

promotions designed to build TOY 'MATINEE of.$50,005 loan on' two sessions and games during the Carter, pause in their shopping rounds to be interviewed
Starke as'a; shopping center for years'capital'outlay'funds: : 'these Holiday Week holidays, but will start back with Santa. At loner by
; left. E.
this entire'trade area. He said Part( of. the throng of children attending the annual Toy funds, $30,000 year, come'from regular[ drills and a full scheduleof Doyle Conner hand, Pat Harris share

that many new 'consumers in the Matinee sponsored by the Elks Club 8t','the Florida Theatre last the state and can be 'borrOWed against Bradford courthouse offices games through January and a hug from Santa, while (loner righj$1.Sandra and Marvin Tom-

area had been made more Starke- Saturday morning Is pictured above. :Members of the club display 5'per cent interest;, to.bepaid will be 'closed Thursday, Fri- ]February, ,* tAt linson dip eager hands into Santa's bag of sweet;

minded by cooperative efforts on sign in background In loner photo; three'happy."childrenattending pack ,over. four'years. The, day and Saturday of this week in the ''close o( .school. for the
the part of merchants in 1958 and money will not'be needed for a- observance of the Christmas. hohays. ]holidays last Friday, the girls andB
show are shown placing toys'in'huge box for later Eight From H
that it l is their desire to continue bout a year but approval must\be : J Squad boys were undefeated, reFace"Charges
promotional merchandizing in distribution with the Elks food' baskets. to needy families. obtained in advance. With the After the usual holiday slow- 1 while the varsity boys have lost

1959. > ,Aroupd-,40 basket "'t're.i8tributfJCf. by ,;on,.ChrI'ihnM higher,than ,estimated cost cv*construction downy activity. ,wiU'get"undt-r"way .::1.e.8nl won three. The girls-upped -
Elrod said thatlf: present plans Ihe. it ,is expected that again when-the Board. of County ] their'w Ins to four with a

materialize, '' special attractions money for equipping 'the new Commissioners' meets on Monday, 4 close 34-32 win over the Lake In Federal CourtEight

such as a pet show and Hula 'buildings may be short without t Jan. '.5, at, which time it will organize ]Butler girls,last Friday night, and

Hoop Contest will be staged dur- While Owners In Nassau this added amount for-'the nee year. 1 the B Squad boys made it three Bradford County men, in- ,...:

ing the two weeks that Kiddielandis Rebids on the auditorium and Circuit Court'' will reconvene on straight wins for. themselves by eluding Fate Brown, suspended

in Staike.. on the additions at RJE will be Tuesday,' Jan., 6, with two cases I edging past Lake Butler 23-20. Chief Deputy of Bradford County, i-I

Many of the cooperating mer- Jewelry And Valuable St mos Stolen opened Thursday, Feb. o atJJ p.m of assault' :,with' intent ,to kill :Marioi' Cottle was high point pleaded not guilty when arraignedin
chants will offer special January A -- Even with, this delay Mr Tnest, scheduled for trail.' Defendants in I man for the B Squad with 7 U. S. District Court in .Jacksonville 2, '
sale items to make shopping in the cases are Jeff Merricks, Ala-I points. Dec. 17, on charges ol
Starke as attractive as possible !I Returning from a Nassau trip period of 50 years.\ A diamond successful bidder on Southside,, chua County Negro, accused of The varsity boys took on Lake conspiring to violate federal liquor'

for all persons in the area who' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. tollman solitaire, a ruby and diamond ring said that he believed the new firing at State Trooper M. N :Butler's A Squad in the nightcap laws. 'I LaMee Hobbs

wish to obtain tickets good for found their apartment at 228 W. and a sapphire and diamond din: school could ue completed by .th e Sellers'last Oct..4, and Lillie Mae :game and started off with what The charge was contained in a
St. had
discount prices on the Kiddie- been entered with ner ring comprise the valuable 1959 Hood. Starke.Negress. accused of
jewelry, a valuable collection Sept. opening. :spectators thought would be a repeat sealed indictment returned Dec. 4.1
land rides. stamp pieces of women's jewelry. Aman's the Oct. 24 :;shooting of Tom of Tornadoes Place
gifts, and various articles of ] the first two games earlier but not made public until the men
As soon as negotiations are value stolen. ring containing an opal, a Elrod Announces Mark also colored. with Lake Butler. The Union were ordered into Federal Court'I
rompleted, the list of cooperating wedding ring, several gold watches .
Tigers stayed within for
striking arraigment.
The Nollmans i"-
merchants will be announced. left on. Sundayand money and gifts were also among Dimes Drive Plans AF I On Area TeamBubba
returned Friday, Dec. 19. The the things stolen. RecruitingOffice I distance 36-29iin the first half,, Named in the indictment with
They may be identified next week
thieves entered I but the Tornadoes opened up in Brown Noonan Moab ,
by means of cut- are Bradley
Mrs. Nollman Hours ChangeI
insurance :
no e
by stickers displayed prominentlyon Harry Elrod has been appointee
tng the screen of a porch, according the second half and ended with Jr., James Maurice Edwards, Jr.,
the loss.
their windows. They are still chairman of the March of Dime: LaMee, the Bradford
to Police Chief Riley Sweat, an Victory-a record for Vasco Forsyth, Richard Dexter
checking their losses,, and couidnot and will start their drive Jan. 5. The Air Force recruiting office Tornadoes' ace signal caller earned
who is investigating the 1 the gym. It might also prove to Foster, Ernest Edwin Johnson
robbery. give a complete list. Beside Mr. Elrod said that a dance and Starke, 121 E. Call St., opposite a spot on the first stnng of
S. L. Peek Home Since the apartment was unoccupied I be a team record for the boys; Ralph Ernest Mason, and Charles
the theft of valuables the apartment several special affairs will be partof the draft board, will be open each the Gainesville Daily Sun's AU
: for several days it is not i after a search of past records is Mason Rogers, Jr,
was littered with the con the program and will be announced Tuesday from 10 a. m. to 11:30: a. made.Bradford's. Area Football Team announced
Bradford Hospital known exactly when the theft occurred. tents of turned out drawers. later. m., effective Jan. 1. ] All of fthe defendants except Sunday.
Chief Sweat said is fast-breaking offense Mason answered summonses to
offering M. Sgt. Wm. A. Parrish, AF recruiter Two Tornado ends Jim Hobbs
Leaving costume jewelry and $25 reward for' I worked real well in the sec- I court and entered pleas of not
Winners information leading -'
Lighting City Hall Offices : from Gainesville, requestsall ond half and Henry Hall, and promising
scattering low-value stamps around to the arrest and convictionof I with Jim Hobbs picking guilty.. I
interested ,
persons to contact I Sophomore back, Johnny Devore,
the rooms, the thieves selected up about 8 cripshots., Bradford '
First prize in the Garden ClubChr1st.maa the criminals.. Brown hIS,
Open Fri. Sat. him either at the local was suspended trom for
recruiting were picked places on the
valued outscored Lake
jewelry approximately I Butler in the third
Contest Several other minor thefts i
'Lighting was -
including office or to communicate with post several months ago when arrested Sun's second team.
won by Mr., and Mrs. S. L. Peek $1500, and antique jewelry a 'battery from a car at City Hall offices will be openFriday : him at his main ofice I period 26-6, a lead that the visitors j! on a charge of possessing
in Gainesville
Jr. for the decorations 'at their which cannot be replaced. The the W. E. Middleton home, and and Saturday morning as for I cculd never overcome. With I 75 gallons of moonshine whisky. Tom Stallings, tackle, and
collection included one originally appointments. 1 the score 68-35 and about six James Thomas, guard, were Tor-
home North Church Street. stamp Christmas gifts from the T. T. usual
on after being closed Christ- The Gainesville | That charge is listed as a subs -
owned by the son of ex- home AF recruiting I minutes[ left on the clock, Coach radoes placing on the Sun's third
The door was completely covered Long were reported duringthe mas it
Day, was announced yesterday office is located s, stantive count in the conspiracy
Dave and at 234 S. E. First i: j team lineup, while Calvin Pace,
with a ,green Christmas tree governor Sholtz stamps past week. | St. I Hobbs took out his starters and the indictment.
red '1'hetree collected by Mr. Nollman over a phony 20629 in Gainesville. (Continued on Page 61] i center, and Terrell Green back,
against a background. - The indictment alleged the con- won honorable mention

appeared to be in a white pot -; ...... spiracy took place about March
Besides LaMee other
and was decorated with garlandsof area play
t." 27 1957. Acts listed in the in-
Maxville Men
white with red bells. The glass ,:s dictment include the possession oft ers on the first team were Harry

panels flanking the door were inscribed I Ii non tax paid whiskey possession t Bradford, end, Wilhston; James
with Noel in white against Charged With ,
of unlicensed distilling apparatus
'J/ Glass, end, Gainesville; Dick: Ber-
a red background.Mrs. the illicit distilling of whiskey,
0. L. Haynes Sr.,of 308: S. Theft Of CowFour ,. ...ixr i possession and transportation ot nal, tackle, Santa Fe; Bruce Peterson
Water St. second'' prize winner tackle, Williston; Lea Wig-
was I non tax paid whiskey, and providing -
and Robert E. Edmondsonwon of protection against arrest glesworth, guard, Gainesville,
Maxville men were bound
the third prize. Honorable I I of persons transporting moon- Shannon Ginn, guard, I'. K.
ever to Circuit Court last week for //1'i
Ozora Shell
mention went to
trial on charges of larceny of a i I shine.U. Yonge; Lamar Uou, center, North
In the business. class Bradford S. District Judge BryanSimpson
cow, following a preliminary hearing Marion; Eddie 1''eely, back,
County Hospital won with a San- ordered a warrant issued
ta Claus and his reindeers riding for two of the men in Green ttri for Mason's arrest and set a |500 Gainesville; Gene Robeits, back,

en the roof of the touilding. inside Cove Springs. )r; ,, P I bond for him.. Santa Fe; Fate Seay back Lake

the lobby the hospital had a I Bond was set at $2.500 for __ :- I Butler; and Sonny Brown, back,

Christmas scene complete with. James Owens, and $500 each for Newberry..

decorated tree, Christmas pack Voris Owens, his nephew, Wood- tr ... .. ..- Dramatics Club Twelve players were named\ for

ages, one of which waV being:' row' Harris and Willie James all !i : : i( Presents Play first team honors due to a Ue for
worried by a spotted pup.: A little 'I'' of Maxville. James is a Negro. No 4 backfield position.
And Plans Another"Sky
boy in red pajamas, hangingbis The preliminary hearing was .. f" The teams were picked by staff:
sock on the mantle of the tire, requested by Voris Owens and writers of the Gainesville sun.

place completed the.-picture. JameS, with the two other men .I' tl./ Fodder," a drama con
-u.' cerning an airplane crash in a
waiving their right to a hearing. LiL s -; .,,,,,,,,: Terrell EquippedFor
: Louisana Swamp, was presentedlast
Officials Sign Harris and James testified that : .
they were told by James Owens _._. :Ji., -. --- -... ." t week by the Bradford High + Pit Barbecue
$450,000 Issue -- Dramatics Club in the '
that the cow had been purchased. elementan'1|t
On January 5th the testimony, the 100,000| MORE PINE SEEDLINGSA Christmas trees;shared honors with pine seedlings in Starke cafetorium for grades 7 through I i!I J. D. Terrell, whose place ot business

three white men went to the I last Friday as 100,000 baby pines arri 't"d.from the Olustee Nursery 12. i i is on' Route 100 abbut four

of Frank Wellhausen, for distribution to Bradford Leading roles were taken by miles south of Starke announces
Bonds for the school construction pasture landowners Af left, County ,
for which some bids have already whose farm is near the Duval combined order of 100,000 the number set this season to 741,- Agent G. 'T. Hug ns, Farm Forester Don Champion, and Soil Franklin Ritch. Harold Tyus and that he is row preparing pit barbecue
George Patten. The same play w .
for sale
in sandwiches
ass j by
been awarded will be de- County line, early on Tuesday, slash pine seedlings for 13 Bradford 000. This does not account for Conservationist Leon Carter unload bundles of hf't'Uinf'i.t !
presented by at the the plate, or to ,take out. Mr, Ter
}\vered in Jacksonville '''Jan. 5. Dec. 15. The cow was reportedly County landowers was received any seedlings being set by the right Dr. A. i. Barry, first to call for his allotment, receives Festival in Gainesville it'I't I yell says he has had 14 years experience -

School Superintendent Harmon killed by the elderly Owens. The here last Friday from the Florida pulpwood companies owning property seedlings.from .Champion. which time Harold won the awardas in barbecuing and prepares -
Morgan and School Board member i-1 Negro, Willie James, testified the in Bradford County. I
best actor. his meat on an ,
Forest Service open pit
: at
Dan Starling will go to Jacksonville men woke him up and forced him nursery Sixty thousand included in the
to sign the $450.000 Issue.Since to help batcher the animal Olustee.' The individual orders above number were furnished free handled through County Agent G. is happy to" see this interest I in The next production of the club'" I "Georgia style

this date is the date of The men were arrested by offiCers were from 2,000' 'to 20,000 trees to landowners purchasing seed. T. Huggins and Farm'* Forester the forestry program in BradfordCounty will be -Itchin' to Get Hitched. Terr n's is offering barbecuedribs
Practice will begin after the holidays pork and chicken and will
the regular January School board in. the Baldwin area, who each. lings. Sixteen persons received a .. Don Champion. Orders are usually and wants to remind all
meeting members agreed"to 'meetthe reported' they-found the butchered By the end of'December, an ad- portion of these seedings from .l taken during. August, and Sep timber landowners that he is. under the direction of C. L. alto barbecue meat brought !in by
Overturf BHS speech instructor, the customer. Smoked hot dogs
following day, Tuesday, Jan. animal at the home of a.relaItive ditional 10 or 12 landowners will Container Corporation of.America. tember. ready to assist! them with any ot
and the play will be'presented In and all-meat hamburgers are also
have received 'see 11i gs' to boost ,
0, of the Owens. Orders-for' pine seedlings are Forester Champion says that he the variety of forestry practice '
,, Y February / ,_ popular eatwro. .
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- -- L Dated this 8th day of Case x- 12-679 and you are required to serve a This notice han be published one<<
A. H. ls:; "at Starke Bradford NOTICE TO APPEAR ropy of your answer or pleading to l'achll pt'k for four consecutive week
1 editorialA County, Florida. To:. Kay GooUbyhose residenceand the complaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney in the Bradford County Telegraph.
farmer's Diary imt; 1-1 address is: Private, Xo. 18US71, A. M. Crabtree, Jr 233 E. Bay Dated this 11 day of December,
1 f Basic PHIBE, LFTU, Little Creek Street, Jacksonville, :, Florida and 19:8.
Virginia. file the original in the office of the (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Bty San McGarrej NOTICE' TO DEFEND You are Hereby notified that suit!
a of the Circuit Court on or be-
Clrrnlt Court Bradford .C.e.t7.
for annulment and restoration of fore the 19 day of 'January, 19;>9; Clerk of the Circuit Court.Ly
t Christmas; Thought# way we, couldn't. remember 'lunua I. Chanrerjr, maiden name otherwise the allegations of said Marian L. Crosby Deputy. .
1 Judith Ann C.ookby.; Plaintiff \"s has been filed against you Complaint! will be taken as confessed Clerk. '
,Hay .UooUby. Defendant. in the above name Court and cause by you.i .
1 ijlt U 1-1
1 It is at Christmas time that man comes closest I r 'Some people had turkey for
I ,
to being the Bible tells us, "made in the image Wf saw a number of them lugging

t of God ,Then, if ever, he can believe in tig birds off from a turkey shoot

miracles. Eve, the meanest of us is softened held. at Dave Shufford's S. home.

/ like Scrooge, .with the influence of giving to 'It seems that County Agent PEACE ON EARTH *
others and the desire'to Ma-
make others happy. George Huggins was out vacci-
ture adults find, more pleasure in giving than in nating hogs the other day and i iLW9 I II II I

receiving and there is no greater pleasure in life Ossie Cason's fine patch of ber- there was a big hog at this one I

t than watching little children,get their first sightof ries across the highway from Pine place, and only a woman there I

the hristmas-tree with. the. presents under- Level Baptist Church is certainlya and no other help to throw. the I
' neath. sight for sore eyes. Year in and hog down. "Don't worry" she ,
1 year out. I guesst Ossie has just said to George, "I'll scratch him / I

i On the first. Christmas when Christ was born about the prettiest berries in the down" And she did, saying "Now
: the angels- sang of peace and good will. Then county and there's bound to be a lay down Sam." And Sam did
reason. Could be that he "worksat and promptly got his shots. When ,
and will between individuals
: :peace good was a matter :
it 13 months a year," as the it was over with the woman said: i ilir
1. or. ;at most, small. groups. Now, almost saying: goes. "I wonder; if Sam McGarvey 1 '
. two thousand years later, the unhappy hotnelife S. would scratch down just as easy!"

. of your neighbor.- may. affect. you and war between Plenty of greens all over the See
even, small nations changes the economy and county and lots of farmers gathering It's a pleasure again this year
. threatens the very existence- of the whole world. them for market, so they to wish each and everyone of you
1 must be bringing a good price. & very Merry Christmas and a
: The short life that Christ spent on earth was They may not be as pretty'as berries -. Happy New Year And come see

. dedicated and.: teaching peace, good will but the money' they bring us'as soon as you get a chance.

: and'love of our fellow man. He gave us the key spends just as good and it's.a.. tt HOTPOINT '& ZENITH

: to peaceful living but i if 'we have learned, it is lot easier made.. -TO REGISTER\OTICK OP FHTITIOt INTENTION NMK r GOOD WILL TO MEN *
. with our minds! and 'not our hearts. We repeat. Notice! Is hereby given that the
teachings'but' live them.It Alice saw what looked like some undersigned: under the provisions
His fail to by of Chapter 20593. Lawn of Florida, WINKLERElectric
pretty white flowers growing out Acts of 1541 will register with the
1, be they individuals in front of a farmhouse, and was Clerk of the. Circuit Court, in and
for Bradford County, Florida, upon B. T. Thomas Lumber
t or statesmen, must be restrained, but what a wondering what they were until receipt of proof of publication of F. Register & Son Service Company
1 Chrfstraas a wonderful world it she realized it was a pile of this notice, the fictitious name of
Merry and what
Mary Carter Paint Store under B. T.
bunched turnips with the white I). L. Thomas L. H. Outlaw
i w u1d l be if you and'Ii to, how this world has which we are engaged in businessat
ends toward the road. 3S5 Xorth Starke Florida
Tf'mpleve. Starke.
Starke Florida
' been entrusted, would meet our obligations, honestly S.. '. Florida. ,

: to*;be men, of f.W'v\ \ one an- Went out scouting for a cedar ers.Robert 3456 X.S. W and 7th Helen Ate.Gerard, Gainesville! own- Starke, Florida

other. tree to plant at our place and so Florida
t, Jar as we can see, they just aren't I --,-
any more left in the county.. We're I

r M f i,4 t Drectiofls; told that years ago a man came ,_ .
__h. through here buying up all the tr + r 1
cedar he could find;and that as a .
Because. we've heard complaints and because
we've'noted. 'this 4 in various of result most of the seed trees were I irv1 !4.
situation parts- cut down and now they're really 4 :4 ,. :. i'; .: I
Florida, we"tar passing i on a suggestion to the scarce. +. 7 e
1 State Road Department and all contractors doing flJ ,). : 1'o : I

construction. or repair. work for the department.The Stopped to see our friends, Mr. :i ,. 0
t and Mrs, H; H, Lewis (who invited L I / ,
suggestion is_ that those handling traffic ijis to have a, good country ) X1H I

control at,' construction, or repair sites do a supper. With them and he cut

' more i efficient! '- job, .' some branches for us from a .
t cedar on his place
The man designated to halt or pass traffic often V .

. appears not to'kaow l what he is doing. This Right near there we found a

: leaves the motorist in a confused state.. .,The fine specimen, of the Yaupon. ; : I
a sturdy little tree covered with 1 \
problem i is such a simple one. that probably the : .
: foreman, on the job'takes" for granted that anyone p1 gtty red berries, known by many .
as Florida! holly
kn \tS'how"!: A'few" simple instructions such S. .
as, a hand held up with the palm out, and a full- Explored a part of New River

arm beckoning motion would be clear to any by the flowing well bridge and :'

motorist. But"instead of that, the man, with or north of there for holly or cedar, f : 't. !,4 ., : : I
without a, red flag often stands in the middle of but about all we got was wet feet

the road, and apparently doesn't make up his an<3 some bays and maples. The :. '

mind/whi traffic. should flow until it is river was quite high and places I ; : ; : ,
that we wanted to get to were in- ; I I
1 held, tfrf:Vfoft dj\ ectioin. accessible.. :'sb _

See s' i ..
t The Highway Patrol l and local law enforcement 4 ,, ;) "
Could have saved ourselves a lot i1r .
tt of ficew',do an excfl ent job of routing traffic + V. 1 Y : F
%' of trouble if we'd just driven out 4 :S rf 4 ." :
is thVof accidents/ No.doubt 'tfiey would Y..> .., '
to see our old friend C, W. Jen- : a '
I be'willi j t&give<< instruction if it *'ere"necessary.. kins over at Johnson, on beyond

1 It does. "seems, however, that.the greatest need is Melrose in Putnam County He '+ '

that the man controlling traffic take a definiteattitude bas oodles of cedars, all sizes and J( '

', giving signals, tl\aj f are' easily under-, holly trees as big as oaks-so :.
t stood; make a mental note and you'llknow : .iI
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1 to go for these things A
So. far, ,the\ .construction on U.: S. 301 seems to next Christmas. And-by the way

have gone along with.a minimum, of hindrance tot when you visit his place ask Bro.
Jenkins to let
those1 using the highway. Those responsible you" sample
"Chinese Honeys the sweetest,
: should be complimented\. But. .we would like to see. most delicious, peel-it-yourseli

' this comparatively minor annoyance to tourist've ever eaten.

4 I and local drivers eliminated... in, our, state.. I ., .
I Although Johnson is about 30t ( \

1 miles from Starke Mr. Jenkins .. .,:
A Place For All says he. has a lot of, customers
: from Bradford County every time
he. puts an ad in The Telegraph.Gets .
: In\ the coming. year; many of us in Bradford better resluts from his ads '

County will,'be asked,to, volunteer for services in in our paper than any. other-and : '

I the Civil Defense program 'being set up. under that makes us feel very good tot : f

the direction of Blll'Haas.' When the.. time-.. comes know how well ;The. Telegraph is ; ; :
read. testimonial comes
1 be:sure,that you are. one of them.. :
'T t. '- from. County Agent George :Hug-

t 1 So'me.peQple are1particularly"fitted.. for certain fins who.says,he advertised a 1

/ jobS'but"this.program ,will need many of us for bicycle; :and a.,lady was waiting at > ,
t his house.. to get it before. he even I \ '
different types. .of' service. All able-bodied citizens -
had time to get home after the
will be called in time of
emergency and
upon paper came out. George says iflie'd
t it is far, better\ that they have training and: adefiniUva know. it would sell that Quick .

: M.ent:'should >an emergency arise. he'd. have asked more for it. America's
e5 preferred taste '

: 'Bradford Co tr.l.1 outside two important. What is the varmint that kills \

: target areas Jacksonville and Green Cove chickens and carries off only the ,

I. Springs, and if either or.:both of these areas should, head? We remember' someone-
telling us about it, but when our
be bombed in 8'' lightning attack, we. would all be friends the Everett Prescotts.were '

. called\on.. It: is conceivable that thousands of telling us of losing some that
. people1" wouldfpour y i into this: area ithin, -hours- ,

t \and \tragedies, would be lessened if we had proper COCACOLA

i; training, supplies? facilities, and, Assignments) designated !

, efficiency eo.. that.we, could.handle the refugees, with. MERRy : ")

: Aside: from! meeting ,emergency- which we

hope will never happen: the Civil Defense Program f'f.'

offers; advantages( to the county and' the : r

:f towns of the county. Small towns, not equipped a real treat for ;your New Year's guests I

c or inadequately equipped will be alloted 11:1CNltlaTMA.
. ? emergency ...
: apparatus, such a& fire fighting equipment, ,*

: Necessary articles l and supplies wilt"be stored in :

II the county to set'' up a 2O -bed hospital. The pro: $
, put intt.operation to meet any disaster \ -
W'e' s* .
: that might occur in the Vicinity. ....
. With Ringing i. ...
: Don't be oneho. says: "There's, nothing I can You show such discrimination as a hostess -

: do" We can all ft( into the program somewhere GOOD. CHEER_ !l.: when you serve Coca-Cola. Coke has.. -

: and be of value. Being prepared licks most ,
ewer such \
ta gencies. distinctively good taste, gives such \

4 a sparkling lift-no wonder Coke is the I .
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. t" '. favorite. of the world.,Coca-Cola is your i
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. T. .BRADFORD' COUNTY TCLEQRAPH guests' preference toot. So be ready when / ...' .

t ,EST 1171FLORIDA'S they ask for it.Stock vp on Cote today! r ,

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1a a OLDEST WEEKLY.: !fBtI-. '
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t b.U Carh.Tkar..' adE.t.7t1.&V4'tt. .I( tRat i Starve,. .Florida: '8oftfed= ercrufhon'tyofTheCoca.eoraCompanyby_: .. f1EGU1Aq KING SIGN OF GOOD TASTE
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CIIUKCH HIWAY CHAPEL VVyyvyyyyvyvvvyyyyyvvyvt Conneley for several days. New Correspondent Prison Inmate

I9f Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kelley of
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Will Write News Aids .
BROOKERBy Jacksonville were weekend guestsof .. .. ..'. "
Worship. 11 a. m. Training G. M. Osborne, Pastor -; }:. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley. \.t", :
Union, 6:3u: p. m. Evening Wor- Sunday School, 10 u. m. Morning 'Dowling From Evergreen'Stanley Making Toys : .' tI..J_ __ ,.. ,, ,... _' .
Malcolm and Dennis of t -- :
Barbara Sue Davb ,. 6biteiuvr
ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer :Meeting Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic Lawrence I -
Jacksonville weekend guestsof Cousmeau, an Inmate J ,
; were Crawford of the Evergreen '
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone Service, 7:45 p. m. Thursday .&&...A.
of the
wuu.a State Prison,
their uncle and aunt Mr. and section is the latest writerto a big as-
v.elcome.Rev.. H. R. Carter, weekly prayer service. Invita-
I set
to the Elks in the
Pastor. tion extended to Garden Club Activities Mrs. N. J. Davis. join The Telegraph's ever grow- preparationof
The town of Brooker was light- Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas ing family of community cor- toys for their Christmas basket
distribution this
- ed with Christmas decorations and children were weekend guestsof respondents. Mr. Crawford will year.
Friday night when the judges ar- Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Emersonof write the happenings of the Ever- Cousineau, with the sanction ot

rued to make a decision as to Gulf Hamock. green area, northwest of Lawtey, Prison Warden DeWitt Sinclair,

who would! be the fortunate win- Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas including church news personal rebuilt bicycles r and'reconditioned for the a number

ners of the three prizes given by and daughter Linda Sue were items, and other things of in- made other wheel toys Elks such and as
the Brooker Garden Club. terest. Residents of the sectionare
Sunday: guests of Mr. and wagons and"dump trucks. He also -
First prize went W. asked to cooperate by getting
I r to Mrs. C. Bill Jenever of Gainesville.Mr. repaired numerous toys that
a v Stalnaker their items to Mr. Crawford not .
\ for her arrangement ofi
j \
and Mrs. R. G. Thomas were at the children's
i night of anticipation of the ar- later than Sunday of each week.
movie matinee last Saturday. t'
were weekend guests of his sisters, The
M \ rival of Santa. Mr. and Mrs. David Starling ,Sr., The Telegraph now has close truck load of toys from the prison

Fa Second prize went to Mrs. G. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson ofacksonville. 20 community, correspondents was delivered to the Elks lodge

W. Davis'for the Idea of two pixies i J Mrs. Groover Thomas .reporting happenings in an area early this week and distributed
pulling Santa's sleigh and the extending from Maxville on the to -
returned home with them aftera Wednesday needy families, along -i
caption, REINDEER? few weeks visiting relatives north to Florahome on the southa with around 40 baskets of

Third prize went to Mrs. Betty there. distance of about 50 !miles. food and fruit. 1- I.y

Gainey for her arrangement of The Telegraph probably has H. O. Bates, chairman ot the
Miss Jo Ann Thomas of Jacksonville .
Twas the night before Christ- is home with her father coverage of more separate com- Elks toy project, said that Couslneau's
I mas:' munities than any other Florida work might mark the beginning .
sister Patriciafor
1A Tracy Thomas and :
weekly paper. of a future training program k
The judges Mrs. Leroy Mizelle the holidays. for /7 ,
and This accounts, in large prisoners in this type of
; Mrs. E. R. Roberts of the Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Raybornand measure activity. ,
\ Lake Butler Garden Club were delighted Mrs. Cecil Moore of Jacksonville for the high readership of The| .J<

with the Christmas spirit. were Thursday guests of the Telegraph throughout the area,

The event for the night was a M. O. Harrell family. and we are proud of our correspondents *
Sincere thanks regressive dinner given by the and the good work they Termite Control \\\S\
your patronage during the Mrs. Verlie Johns is visitingher
club for its members are doing.
and the judges Dad
brother, Herman Harrell of FOR DEPENDABLE Big Manufacturing Co. Inc.
; at the homes of Mrs. BobbyDjal ,
Alachua and will go on to Tampato I
past year. We hope we may serve you as well Mrs. Ruth Mizelle, Mrs. visit friends and relatives for Leslie Caron StarsIn Household ft Commercial Starke, Florida
Gracie Bigham and desert
__ Jl- was the j holidays. MusicalAt Peet Control
later served at the home of Mrs.
in the New Year.:Merry Christmas! Ann Mrs. H. E. Stokes and Mrs. N. I'
Kleinman. A gift
exchange Florida Grove
Spraying -
J. Davis visited Mr. Rhoden who
climaxed the evening. Mrs. Dave .. .
is ill at his home in Waldo, Sunday -
i Green received a prize for the] the new musical romance Call FR 661
most beautiful gift wrapping. afternoon. coming to the Florida

A Guests at the dinner were the CHURCH NEWS I Theatre Sunday, is hailed as one Florida Pest Control] tir'1Js1MflS

judges of last Christmas decor- Sunday night, the Christmas ''of the ytar's outstanding movies.
ations, Mrs. Frank S. Kenner of play begin with the congregation & Chemical Co.
Starring Leslie Caron Maurice
." Cleveland Ohio, and Mrs. Harry singing a carol. Jup.
..., Chevalier, Louis Jordan and Her- W. 16th Are.ejJnesvQIe .
W. Bennett of the China Tung Regina and Ramona Harrell :
mione Gingold, the story deals "
Groves gave the welcome adress. then
with the
adventures of an impressionable ,
Community ChristmasTree the Nursery and Beginner departmEnts -
r r I : young girl brought i
Lighting presented Baby Jesus up in Paris at the turn of the cen-
Monday night was an eventful Recitation, and Jesus Loves Me,

Starke Builders Supplies night for the town of Brooker, Story Time. The Primaries presented -' tury.Filmed :
n c
1 honoring the youth of Brooker "Christmas Stars" The largely on location in
'- School with the first Paris, this film actually co-star/ I
Community Junior Department presented a
,, Starke, Florida I Christmas Lighting held at the play called "Grandma Riley'sChristmas" the fabulous city as a background
for the sprightly musical romance.
Center. This affair
was staged by
the Garden Club under the The Intermediate and Young Gigi fe taught "the facts 0/life"

Direction of Mrs. Ann Kleinman.| People's Departments presented by her gay grandmother sid auntwho I ,

the chairman of Club activity. "Make Room For The King." Two attempt to persuad her that

As the evening progressed there specials were sung by. these champagne and jewels are moreimportant I ,-

was sent Carol under singing the direction by those of Mrs.pre-g| groups. than 19Y{ Their plan I

Henderson, the school music The appearance of Santa Claus backfires however, when the i I II

4tDn, ::8' teacher. and the distribution program of, gifts climaxed gawkey young girl blossoms into I II t

Later refreshments of punch, a glamorous woman and one of.
White Christmas boxes were setup v I
cookies and candy canes were the most eligible young men in
\ ) ..Jcrf served by the church door for all Paris falls under her spell.GOODMAN'S.
Approximately '150 youths and those who wished to contributeto

adults enjoyed this historic oc- Christmas boxes to be distributed I
casion. -- -
to needy families. I
School NERE'S
I Brooker School paid its tradi- Mr. and Mrs. Mack Howard of 1r WiSNU.jG YOU

tional tribute to Christmas Thurs- Starke were Tuesday and Wednesday r I.

; y:::: day night with skits and carols by guests of Mr. and Mrs.G. ,.

the first through. the sixth grades. W. Davie. j Merry Christmas
The seventh and eighth grades .
vkM.1 Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mizelle
presented a play with the leading and ,
daughters attended the annual -
male Ronald Polk humbugging Christmas dinner at the AND Allapp&wYar
Christmas and his wife, AnitaMott. I .
home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren
M ,.,,teling him he didn't mean I '.. I
,. Mizelle. Sr. in Worthington a.
what he was saying. .
Springs, Sunday Santa arrived -
The Glee Club, under the '
after dinner and gifts were dis ROBERTSJEWELRY '
direction of Mrs. Henderson I
sang -
carols. tributed to each member of the I
family .
Friday afternoon Santa Claus \; ;;

,, i appeared at the school and dis .. The Farmers
Funeral TuesdayFor Starke Fla. i Supply
(f tributed bags of candy and fruit "-
to the children. .
Mrs. Louise
s S Personals .

Mrs. Florence Kapplemann of Native Of Bradford .'
Long Island New York is visitingMr.

4yCt and Mrs. Emanuel Kleinman.' Mrs. Louise Cone Sapp, 90, a ,, j .... ; I, '
9' Mrs. Kapplemann and the Klein- native o! Bradford County;died ,
mans left Thursday morning for Saturday in West Palm Beachwhere ,
I she had been her '
Miami where they will visit Mrs making
Ware glad of the Kleinman's mother for the holi home with her daughter Mrs. M. HI '
r 'HT. :. .
days. M. May. Previously she had resided \t
chance to wish our many patrons and friends A5r Lou Kaplan of Emerson. N. J. at Forest Grove- for many II0t'( .ofN161

holiday season filledj i with good luck, cheer end Tom Stevenson of Ohio, and Jerry years. .
.J Kleinman of New York returned Besides ,her daughter, she I is

jr*. happiness.Community. --.J' home;puring the weekend aftera survived by three sons Jack Sapp, Service Station
few days of visiting Mr. and1I1rs. Eau Gallie, and Rouse and

State Bank of Starke Emanuel Kleinman. Sapp Long Beach. Calif. led

Elaine Crosby of Starke. and Funeral services were hel
MEMEBE12 F. D. I. C. Linda Sue Thomas were Sunday Tuesday at the Forest Grove Baptist Clarke, ,

Starke, Floridaithrrj guests of Juanita Stalnaker.The Church under the directionof
W. C. Stalnaker family DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Hornking e.
, visited Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ad y' ,..r11i

ih Starke Thursday,

Juanita Stalnaker was Saturday ,
night; guest of Elaine Crosbyin

Starke and attended the

Strawberry Bowl game held re-
cently. Jai

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis attended -

the graduation banquet of
the class in the Fundamentals of i

Supervision sponsored by the a
Gainesville Chamber of Commerceand

the Alachua County Boardof

ftnL4ma Public Instruction at the Holiday -
Inn Tuesday night.
Mrs. Mattie Sowells left Wed- tI tIT

nesday for Tallahassee where she

will visit her sister Mrs. Bedia


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Miss" ean, Mundy Mrs. AJice.Connerj.In. Mr Mrs. Tea Is Given Mark's
4nd, Hobbs ,I I St. Edward's Party St. Episcopal
Honor Guest Teav To W Mt ': At Marco Home
And Guests
: : : ,'lJ1p Bedding'' (Given For, Children Ber. Raymond MacBlala

r In:.Dankel, Ho.rne i .GainesvileMrs. Are Entertained : By Young Hosts I' Sunday Services 9:45: a.m.
The children of Edwards
I 11:00'a.rn..
Church School; Morn-
Misses,, Judy. Dankei and Linda' i Alice- Marjsh> Conner Mr: andMrs.. T. H. Slade Sr. One of the most delightful teas. Catholic Church enjoyed their tag Prayer and Sermon.

M Key SaUrentertained; .at: 'a 'loye.ry i daughfer of-'Mrl; and Mrs.: L. K.' were hosts at a luncheon Saturday of the Christmas season was given Christmas party Saturday morn Holy Communion-First Sun
:Sunday afternoon at thei.Dancelhone Sp ngl p."of'Brook8P, arid: Jesse''i noon.for-Mr. and,Mrs. J. C. Hobbs' Sunday afternoon from threeto ing in the Parish Hall with a 11:00 Third Sunday;
Giuiye: on W. Madison street i. Thomas,"son'of lire rand Mrar Rob;:, and .their out-of-town wedding five'o'clock at the Marco home Christmas Pageant and two dancing day a.m.;

.< -.- -- -- ., for 'Mtss J.eIJ111Iundy, who is home tit Thomas;' aLso'of:'Brbok; will:!l gveAt on Raiford road with Michael specialties. 7:30 a.m.
Garden ; \:", from, college:. I. be unltedtn: mattiagedaYi Dec.t I, The Slade home was attractive Marco, age 5, Sharon Marco 4, Santa Claus was there to give Wednesday-7:00 p.m.. choir

Club Fut e-J aclier.4. The:!:Dankel home ..was"Beautiful: -: 26( at' i in the"'First"Presfcytertan' for. the occassion with beautiful: Debra Jane Johns 6. and Doyle cut gifts to the youngsters and Practice; 7:45 p.m., Litany and

Hears Mrsfc Johns" Ent rtarM With:. forjthe, occasion with ',artistic Church; damesnlle, l>r. Christmas,arrangements placed at. Conner n, 3, as hosts. they also enjoyed refreshments. Bible Study.
Christmas operations; j throughout. U. S. Gordon,minister, will officiate vantage points throughout. 'l'he'' The Marco home was lovely for

Talk Azalea Christmas DanceTttft The tea/table was' o.verLaidWiU, ;| a : buffet."table, in'the dining room, the occasion with beautiful arrangements -

Christmas cloth and.centered. ,with Mrs. former was.,covered with an imported cut-: of pink and white
Conner :
; of.; Randolph
Mrs. Johns
ruby ed her talk
; Future Teachers Club of jiaauyapd: white 'candies in silver N.: y;;'has lived in GainesvIlle work cloth., and held a "beautiful' carnations and red rosebuds
on "Mak-Starke* ) Azalea* Con BHS> gave a dance Monday night{ holders 1 Mrs. W. B. Mimdy'poured fora;: out two ''years. She pink:,and silver Christmas centerpiece placed at vantage points throughout. -
aWhiStarki, '
Ecious Garde.n Club. at the XJSO for members and the 1\ sign tea from a", silver\ ser : table
| ls.a'' ecetary at the Sperry Elec- ; The individual tables tor I The tea was overlaid
meeting 1vr" dda3 night., .
told/ dates.. ,vice.Assisting tronic;Tube Plant: *. the '16. guests were .placed in the' with an imported Belgium lace
members 4
up what .
r Theauditotium the, hostesses were dem1' cloth with a pink and gold Christ- ,
have a' simpl each| f j, r m sir ber it would 100..01more be tc with, ceiling was draped gay for witH thexctbylon Mrs: G."Sal, Mrs'. N. S. Uankfilj 'Mr.: : Thomas' is" engaged. :- -, .in-* farming ''1tr'' ,"8)1Q 'Airs. 'Slaae were assisted mas arrangement as a centerpiece < f f IsZJtfrtfokt -*-

cuttfsgs :""Spring plant. and a: ted and* whfye) ,streamers and tied Mrs: J.:. B.Miss Sapp, Mrs: ,F..U, Hutrcbinson. and BViehds are invited to'attend the in serving by their daugh- flanked by candelabra with burn; Ri- > forWestern A

the end of aye; they would be it intervals with tells. A tall Carol. Temple, wed mg-rana:the'recepUdm which ters, Flora and Susan.t ing pink tapers. Debra and Sharon -
Aiss i Virginia". Jean! Darby.. .
ChrTstmas tree was at one end oj t:> poured milk shakes from a silver -
for traifci in : will follow'in"the
ready the church
inting Invited.,to call.between. the parlor:
the building. Tables around the : apJOWted service, and silver trays held
of HonoredAt
yards friepye'agd It Dave
neighbors. 1" Long
lance floor were'covered witi -hours, 3:30 to 1:30.. were ; : Christmas cookies and colored
the program cqutf be cajneg 10 guests,. Tom.Gay.Is I Host, ; I
through with every club member white cloths with red and whit< 1t Holiday' DanceIn mints.

cooperating tire, could provide treamers criss-crossed over th< :i ,At Party..Honoring l House The two little hostesses were dr
l. N. i u'arye Qlujb.
tops and centered with Pickering Y'i
azaleas in every yard m Starke nisletoel! charmingwith Sharon attired in ,

'within two or three years. This holly and red candles. Tlve red :Are Honor Guests. Ri y'1apJetTont : Bob'Smith.and Billy Dockstaderentertained a French Imported white silk organza .
"reshment table was covered wjUj 11fapP 1qcuS
would realize ambitiorof i $
a life-long entertained :at :' 'at semi-formal gown and Debra in an E 4 II taI
centered Gay delightful
Mr*,.Jdhns aniTwaj. readily ac: %, Christ as cloth, and \ :At Farewell Party a !!
dance Saturday evening in the Eloise original black velveteen
cepted-liy: the ctu}).'members. .'MUi oi. "holiday:arrangement Ked t t surprise birthday party ,
The Business meeting was pre Christmas punch, sandwiches; Mfr. and Mrs. L. N. Pickering !'Saturday evening at the Gay.dock Women'S Club honoring' Dave jumper with batiste blouse with
sided over by Mrs. M. la.' Hazen; "ookjes, candies, and mixed nag whV are moving to FoukeJ; Ark, -'house oit'Kingsfey' Laklr honoring Long; who. 'home'for, .' the holidays'1 Belgium lace. I

iirthe absence-oif-the-president.The vere_ served AS the.. giieLLSt> around the first: of the year, were 'Hilma and 1! Tanner: .,.then from'St. Andrews School Calling between the appointed
outdoor Christmas lighting rived they were given Christmas I feted at two going-away parties : 16th birthdayiihniversary.The Middleton.- Dela.Christmasdecorations.
judgearffonTthe'Lake)UiUjer'CSar' hats.The during the pastweek. '': was'ay' for-tbt > in elaborate hours were over 100 little guests ,
den Club veTe'served ref reshhwntg group danced to numbers Maj. and t; Mrs H, M., Hatche occasion arrangements of 'displays were used to decorate from three to six years old. i

during the socia) hpu.h. an4..later ''layed by Jimmy Lawson, Burge Jr. entertained{ at 'a, buffet dinner holly and,,mistletoe and:'a, lir1ghtlydecorated : *thedubhouse.for,,the oc- Assisting the hosts and host-
taken on a judging tour''' of! 'the t"earingb and Bob Smith, and also party last. Saturday evening Ch 1stlgar tree. The l* casion. The refreshment table in esses'in entertaining their guests,,

town by Mrs, W.?Hi NoUo aiv 'n_" Juke..h : Chaperoning.the party were Cold\ for! that., pckeringkThe} home was boat ride* during'Uve.evening-and : cloth'and centered
Marco, Mrs, Jerome Johns, and
Extens ind Mrs.' T. TV Long and Mr. andMrs. eautiful'with Christmas'decora; had refreghmenta.- ;cake. and with a: red and: white Christmas
Jepartmenti Chester E,11 oody. ions and.the.'buffet,t&felewas cen-: p arrangement, flanked bY red reindeer Mrs. Doyle. Conner. !

Of First Baptist, i tered wjthasjiow man flanked. by Assisting> servingwere- Mrs. apd red:- candles, in silver Auto Associate StoreJ.

Miss Louise Stern burning red'candles; 4,T. Cayan /&.. K.K, Tanner i holders.', The punch bowl was
Enjoys Yule Party Following the dinner bridge was '1 ... .. placed., one. end of' the table
.Hofetess To Pupils enjoyedby the 12-guests: and, silver trays 'held. Christmas -4 F. JAUDON
Mrs. E. F; Miles} ,. Mrs H. B Jt B. Wardy Home cookies a.qd" sandwiches
Hamilton and Mrs K...D. Tenly j At Outdoor j Starke, Florida
were hostesses at'a.. Chostpiasj Party 1 1i r Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen and Sc ..Of,Buffet: The, 80 guests danced} to the or- I

party at the home of the latter j 1 i Miss Louise Stern entertained at, Mr. and Mw.. Lavern Outlaw gave;;.'Bridge! Party cb.elltra composed-of: Bob- Smith. r ,
Jimmy Lawson. Burge Searing,
Sunday afternoon from three to a hamburger fry and Christm :a byffftt dinner Monday evening i ;

five ,p'clock. to"the.. intension ,le- party for, her 30 piano student!. for the Pickering ? at.. the} outlaw.home ,Mr.'and'Mrs. 3. E.: Hardy gave a ,,4' 1'lfiWal: rs, and, Glen Tomlin-
partment. the old and infirm; or on Monday afternoon at her home : !-. delightfulbltffet I son.The -
I dec rationsi prevailedin 'bridge' party young folk were served by
the First Baptist ChtfFchfA' was held in the (
ya&uhere the party.: rooms'andthe buffet Monday eveniDf.; !sA-, their.. home .Mr. 'and Mrs. B. Emanuel and .
lovely Christmas tree and they had a decorated -
able w.u' centered with tai 24g ests., CoL and Mrs. T. T. Long. .
decoration aj Christmas antique;
holiday ..wera placed tree. They enjoy< 'A I
\antage poiats"iit'the party roomsfor music, games and refreshment 'scale*, filkd with fruit' and flanked : pink "silver, white carried colormotif : i
this delightful occasion. Miss during the"party hours, and gift:,' by'brass, candlesticks. ,, witft f in the was- Chrtatmas attractively d c r tionSthroughout' out Hazen Home Scene 1

favorite Dorothy ROBS-Christmas- pianist' songs played and the were Miss exchanged Stern was: assisted by.Mrai I;burning"tapers Sixteen- guests& enjoyed; this delightful e.\party-rooms: The Of. Class Party Saturday; December 27' Tues., Wed. Dec. 30, 31

buffet .
attractivewith DOUBLE ; .
hymn selections of the:20 guests S. t;. Denmark' Mrs.. GeraidintGriffis .affair.Intermediate. wasp : -
''toO Christmas arraageoient o thAsame Mr. and MrsJ.M. F. Hazen gave
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during the party hours. and Mrs WiTA. Stern.
." color mot Milk .glass a Christmas party last Friday
( t t. t :'.1 -.. ,. ti.\. I T.U. candle: hojAers,:'witli/hunmj! / ) white evening for their Busy Bee 'Sunday 1 111 NFE TAii MEr

Enjoys Hayride and silver'candles, lanCed the .school class of the First Baptist VlTHACAPfTAL \\/7

}. i arrangement: t.. Shyer B.II11I.i.IJ.t: ChurCh:

Tae Intermediate. "Training. Un. glass trays held dainty sand I The party was held in the Haz- r YE
ioq.''of the;'Madison. Street BaptistCttlrclf' wiches, djE& .caeL and nuts en's yard--around the open fireplace .1
f '. { enjoyed V hay ''ride, and! The six individual, ., tables.were covered grill where hamburgers,were
caroling party last Friday- evening.;: with white, ,organdy,' "'.. and cut fried[ .' A.,.lighted, Christmas tree
: The hay truck, driven"bY, Rev.Jack .' work cloths **- ( was, on, the lawn and the mantel $UNDQW > S, L,

Matey; ended, up; at the, After several progression o> of"the fireplace was graced with -

!Ewell, Lawson home where thq bridge ptizes-. were awarded to the feathered chrysanthemums in apink .
'grouft enjoyed roasted' and winners. vase{ The refreshment table

'hot t chocolate served by'Mrs.' Law ('\a" ti I\' :ttt,1Sl was overlaid with a pink linen -PORT MUTU OEINLCAU011N'RYER1ACG ;. .

WilftIL son and'Mrs. M. L. Lawson.i .de l4 cloth,and- centered with a whitelied''with ER ',' ; .
EIlPl ,
y; s
II ... r I um\ holly.Following .
,.;. 'i GUeSt A SuppeMr 'the hamburger supper @ M KKOIKUHM UWJ HUCW int WU rAND
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BESTWLSHESftf' \\J: ,'- Christmas carols were sung Williams JewelryStarke t
loWf"SOOb! rI ; find t Mrs,:'L C. Sawyer o>j and games were played by the -

Jacksonville .cnh and. Mr. and eight. guef to. Florida b -+ cotultelA
fy irt Mrs.. T. H.'Slade; Sei' were hosts a(
,? -"-; I Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen assisted PICTURES ..,
.1 a lovely dinAex'party'1lteaday: eve* the ps1,1t1zM
hosts. :
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1 ring at. the.''s.. East Call. St.
.... ,, fjV 1Li homer ;. '* I tI c DANNY CURT
... y t Guests. {at"'this' 'delightful' affa KAYE e JURGENSNICOLE
were employees] of.- the Slade Uas !

dL I Co. ofiStatke/'and/ '',the Rural Na| 4t. L, MAUREY
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Gab .
tural 'CoT: : ot Jacksonville

.' .' t Beach and- thejr, wives and husr rst -
/ bands. r' 'f f .;_mrt%: SAND

I ..: Beautiful Christmas arranger THECOLONEL

"f mints predominated in the part e e
c decorations for this occasion. 'l'hr yr

,20 guests were served from an at .. .
tractifeijazio: ) ed'biilffe" } table, r Plus '"Duck Doctor" Cartoon tII.eGitI J

in the dining room and were sealed r Pill -
: DOYLE AND KITTEN CONNER at tables tiie den. t ._.
_individual- -. f Sun., Mon. Dec. 28. 29
BARBARA HENDERSON, Secy. Plus "Magoo's Cruise" Car-
: -' of the ," Courthouse Families toon.
Doyle E. Conner AgencyP. Have.Yule I Party n 'n a "MY FAIR LADY"The
M7 the warmth of the
Thur., Fri. Jan. 1, 2
Employees of the Bradford \
0. Drawer 631 Starke, Fla1 CbristrnM SMMMIAtwood County CourtHouse; tfcetf-wives.,

h..8bUlcUi*.8 lid-da.tuhad.. t HAH:
ia your. borne. Christmas dinner party Saturday 1 I II
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.. evening at the Trail Restaurant To each of our woo I

I Throughout the. ..tH. in Lawtey. derfol utlomer VT I
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.. George Huggins served as mas extend. a b,"artfrliwlik II I e e e
? /' a \'ery
: Y. t ter of ceremonies .when the group
Grocery & Market sang Christmas, carols followingdinner K
Fortq-thre4 persons enjoyed Picture iJ AN' SIMMONS
tW' delightful affair.SherjKerd :
Starke, Florida of the Year with -
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-1 .t G the love songs I nir.

Staff. ," .- ._ you hear everywherer"Glorious I Dat1K .
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Y. Y Is. EntejtainecL. I MGM COLOR I OWft'flIMING'} !MaAlBt'lEROY<:
.Mt .
GEM JEWELRYStarke -t i eel r tai ICrb.: recd
I Mr. anfrMrs, Inman. Green were _II r.1 nia r.1'tfI."'''y

n hosts to uTe-slaff_ o'f the Shepherd's Starke, Florida Plus "Farmer and the Belle"

,. Radio and Tlf add; their; wites at Florida Cartoon. Alson Cartoon "It's Hummer

I a Christmas:party: last,' Saturday Time" .

evening _>ofty\op the KaK I--. ,
ford Road. I
,t \ti Sc -
Staff At,' li'S' F f

Guests. t"Drn!i.elThe J': I

\ G- .
.. staff;"oMCoch'i' Drugstore
arid their husbands, 'wives'and
I / dates enjoyed theil: annual'Christmas -
.. dinner party Sunday-evening"
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... in Restaurant.the Pecan. Room of the Garden To you, whose:good will we

A Following- a* ,deUciaut d>qnfr,
wish the and
treasure, we peace
gifts were exchanged. ;
.... r i of Christmas
joy throughout
S. AND -A VERY Birthday Party I
t / I at '
: <: V JOYOUS for David .Cqjyen 'A ,' the New YearBank
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: : ,. 4: NEWt YE\R!- David Cowea- celebrated his t

"- -"- -,, ,.. fifth birthday t aonifenuy on :

Dec. 10 with a 'foril3pf his

.,. ( ''; .: -.. .. -:' little friends. RID A

ArrangRingitSjOtp, chrvsanthjt.mumsWeusedras .- /
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at ta.rke
Credit BureauOf party decor .
Hart Furniture'Company. ations. The children .i enjoyed l j 11 'One of 28' Banks in the Florida e

Starke National GroupMEMHEIL
games'and were given favors of

; r.. Starke, Florida Starke Florida modeling ,clay and jacks.tdbyMrs.MiddletonPrevatt.. ...

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rs:"':'ilietar'sona"oirj' and Jimmy Guy of Gainesville : LA95fB BY. bar and Mrs,K B./Beard, ST.t Mr. and Mrs.: W...:-ii. Nollinan t;: Mr and J.1rY.. ,J,. tludxf |r

t2f ., S.' C: and 'fr.d Mrs I re'spendini' this {week and familyof Sanford are spcnding were visiting friends in Miami i I and son) Eobtoy: ,4>P-TC>.the wcjkend ; .

Warren and sons of States- with their grandmother.' Mrs i'A., SWEEPSTAKESANNOUNCED the holidays with ,Mr.. 'and. I at Daytona Beach..",
boro. Ga. art spending the holi-' Adkins.. Mrs; Fred auy' "is1 joining Mrs...Beard?Sr.." and: Nassau last week .... --. 1J.. ...t;.. ,. .V"; ;.

days with their;parents, Mr. andMrs. the family on Wednesday for Mr and Mrs.'F. F. Hatcher and ai
J.-S."Sapp and family. the< remainder of the' week, 'and The Bradford.County Hospital family cf Tallahassee will be .a

Mr; and !Mrs. Elden Mathews Mr. Guy and Mr, and Mrs, dttns, Auxiliary; in cooperation with logel Holiday weekend guests of Maj. .
Sr.''of Cordele' Ga. will be weekend Jr. and family of Gainesville'will 'merchants sponsoring the and Airs. H M.'Hatcher. Jr .r.
'guests of' Mr. and Mrs., be spending :;Christmas day .with "l959.BabySweepst kes" for the \ .
Mathews,>Jr. them. : ANTED Clean Cotton Rags
-- -- --- -- -- -----'---- --- "., first baby bem'in the Bradford I \ i

Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers :Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Denmark Mr.' "and Mrs.. W. H. Thomson, County Hospital in the new year No Pants, No Shirts, Must Be -'

tom( family! are spending Christmas and daughters. of Jacksonville l. ,are Sr' and 'eon, and Mr.. and Mrs. Jr. and family' of Monticello and ffhose mother is registered. with Clean. Bradford" Uounty T. le- .
\ with her mother Mrs. S, N. spending Christmasfwith.Mr. and Denmark: Jr. and family of Ja k- Mr.and Mrs.. J.W-,Griffin of Och-. the Hospital Auxiliary. (graph. |
sbnville' uill be Christmas day ocknee l < Ga. are spending theChristmas ,
JettQX s., In High Springs. Mrs. Junius ,Smith .' The' Auxiliary will present the
guests of Mr. and Mrs: A. Russell holidays with Mr. and
YT.: and Mrs. Wiflard Pass and Carl Roberts; Jr.'of' Still College first 1959 baby;'with a birth certificate "
Norman: Mrs.r.. F. Stump. s
family of Tallahassee pill be DesM ines. la. is home for, the ".' and (lfts will be donatedby AB
Chhstmas holiday guests cf Mr. holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts Nlr; ana Mrs. S. W. Waiters, Sr. Mrs. L; H.; Jennings and Mrs."F. "the'foll whig merchants:

ang!Mrs. L, D. Green and Mr. and. Sr. and family will spend Christ- of Dublin, Ga. will be Christmas F. Stump will attend the SweetBriar Barksdale's; Bullington, Studio & STARKE''FLA.M

Mrs.... Inman Green was day with Mrs. Mary Eliza' holiday.' guests of Mr.* and. Mrs.' College,annual luncheon at Gift, Shop -Canova ,Pharmacy ,

Mr. -and Mrs. 'L. A Brown, Jr beth Roberts at Daytona Beach. 8.- L. Peek, Jr. the'T1muquanaCountry"ClubinJac Eagle Dept. Store. .Foremost Fri.-'Sat tL' Dec 26 27
of Jacksonville and Mr. andMrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde', Sinclair Mrs. J. W. Lee of Atlanta is son.vi1le next Wednesday. Dairies.! Florida Bank at Starke DOUBLE-FEATURE-,
Harold' Smith of Starke will 'be and daughter, Evelyn, spent the spending' several weeks with Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Kite is spending the Gem Jewelry, Kocli's.,"" Leila's I I
Christmas Eve dinner guests of weekend In Manchester, Ga. at- Mrs H.; L. Brownlee and Mr. and Christmas holiday .weekend with Mitchell's. Oln's, Priest's Robbins 'The Last. Paradise 06
tending family Mrs. Jim Chasteen. Mr.,, and Mrs. Ralph 'Collins :in '.. Radio Technicolor 4 .
Mr; and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe.Mi'and'Mrs' a 'reunion *t the ;: Setzex's,.Shepherd's. Cinemascope ?
X. M. Smith and home of G. L. Sinclair. : Sen. and Mrs. C. E. Johns and P'Pelham< Ga. and with Dr; and & TV, Simpson's Taxi Service AND '.
Misses Louise Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns and Mrs. R. P Stubbins in Tallahas- .
and Etta Fripp of \ Town Finance Co., Williams Gunfig t At The
family'' visited Mr. and( Mrs. i Columbia;, S. C.-are spending the families are spending Christmas ee. ; Jewelry,, and, Winn-Dixie.. I TO OUR FROM EVERYONE AT"

George Bolden in Jacksonville holidays with Mr. and MrS: L. G. with Mr.' and Mrs\ Marcus' Howard Lloyd and Merrill Gnder of The'first baby will1'receive' 0. K. CorralBurt MANY FRIENDS! *;
Sunday., Powell. : in Lake Butler. Fernandina Beach and Miss BettyKova following.. gifts: $5 savings aecount.30 Lancaster, Kirk Douglas "
Mr. and Mrs; A. H. Harley, Jr. 'Jacksonville'' are spending \ :at
day supply baby Plus Serial and Cartoon M
q( milk, .. r R
and Beth
Crawford'are Christmas with Mrs R. ,,H. ..
I travel case, blahkel, locket, babybook .
spending the 'Christmas holidays Gride'. one case cf baby food January -. SUN., MON., TUES. ,
J1e with Mr.. and Mrs. A. H. Halley : Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haile andson. Dec. 28S29; : 30 : .V
{ ; rings baby powder I "4o 7///\\\\
stta HI, hi Sandra St, .Albans, W. Va. < Mike, ; of Miami will! be over- ,and ct'tatn'settoa; el set nursing DOUBLE FEATURE /// l \ \
Miss 'Johns will be the nitiht guests Christmas Eve ,of f MAYOR\
bottle holder' 'with bib; one Day Of The Badman .
guest of Mrs. Albert Perreault and Mis.. W. G. Haile. dozen ; TheFlorida
: family in West,, Palm Beach for 'Jee' j diapers and pins,baby powder I Fred Mac3Iurray., Joan Weldon ; W. T.
Andrews, m, of New York and oil.set, white leather baby Jackson
theNew'. Year holiday. City is'home for the holidays.. ; shoes, kimono, dress, pair of AND A' Theatre ..
Mr:, and Mrs. J. P. North and 1M And Family
<{ and..Mrs.' C. A. Geiger of slippers for the mother, one case Don't Knock The family''
tr of Macclenny were Tuesday Green Cove Springs were SundayafternOOn of. Star e Florida "
canned milk, ands transportation Alan Dale Alan )Freed Starke Florida ,
&t dinner'guests of Mr. and Mrs.' ; guests of Mr., ,and. Mrs to.and frpm.the. hospital. Plus Color Cartoon .P. '.' i'".U h

George. Huggins. J. D. ,D_ y1e.. -, The presentation of ,gifts will 1 r .... ..
r J M. Sgt and Mrs.. George C. Sil- Mr. and Mrs. K. G,, Duncanarid be made when the mother and Wed., Thur. Dec. :31. Jan. '.
and! three children, Kay, daughter!
Margaret Rose, will baby are discharged from the DOUBLE FEATURE -
Freddie, and Vickie, are here from be i in West Point' Ga. for thet.oliday Bradford County Hospital. e .
The Fly t sj
Ft. Leonard Wood Mo. to spend weekend 'with'Mr.. and,
the holidays with relatives. Sgt. Mrs. K. T. Duncan. Vincent Price i Patricia Owens j Hi
\ Silcox, recently re-enlisted for Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch. left Recent Birth:: AND i

another tour of duty' in' the Army Tuesday to spend the Christmas Mr, and I,;is. nusseit Kberle ot The -Quiet American ti' .,
Mr. and Mrs.. C. ,B.. Strickland holidays with Mrs Futch's!, sister- Starke announce the birth of a Ri
of Route 1 Starke L.-law, Mrs. B. T. of. Tarn- Audie Murphy, Michael gr8\"e
left Saturdator Y Crosby. daughter; Ruth Anne on Dec. 17 Plus Cartoon .
Lakeland: pa. I' ,! f
where al'
they are Bradford County Hospital. ,
,, enjoy pioCe _
May you spending the holidays with their Mrs. J, P, Stevens Mrs. Dorothy ,

during May the holidays daughter,. :Mrs. Evelyn Henry Turlap and Sonny West ai. Sand >
and tiappiM" e Ffee be filled Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Moore an ford will be Christmas day guests \
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a I.r
New Year. 1< with j Joy aDdbapplnea daughter' Marilyn, of Blackshear. of; Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey,. iI .
the ... for Ga.; Miss Jackie Colley of FSU" Mr. and Mrs. John Torode. and ii I 1I

you and your and Misses Barbara Colley and family are spending Christmas VII 1 i
.. family Grace Kober of Gainesville are Day with her mother, Mrs. M..M. ,
.tcC holiday. guests of Mrs. Del Colley Poythress, in Macclenny. '
and Mrs. Daisy Perryman. Mr. and Mrs. Junius Smith and itt r

LACY CONWAY Misses Lavora Capps and Kay, Mr., and Mrs. H. H. Rabb were
Walrath of Brigham Young University ueekend guests of Col. and Mrs. 1.

SoutheasternGreyhound Brovo, Utah, are home H. C. Wall f in St. Augustine and .

Agent Doyle The. Cleaner, : for tha holidays attended the Army dance. there ,
''Mrs John Christiansen has gone Saturday night.
Starke, Florida Starke, Florida to New Orleans. La.' to spend the Mr.and Mrs. Mike Wyspcki and :

holidays with her daughters and infant daughter Cynthia Ann. of Aa
their families.Mr. Jacksonville and bit, and Mrs. Q F
and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr. Lewis Haines of Fort utderdalewill' "
i and family are spending Wednes be holiday guests of 'th ..

day ''to 'Saturday in Atlanta with parent Rev. and Mrs. L. 'rD '* J .

her parents' Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Halves I in I s.

Tbwnsend. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Simpsod ,. .
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby ha Sr. of Washington: D. C. are vISiting
f. as Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. S. Fernandez through 1)

William Dansby and Mr. and Mrs. the holidays CII1i/ t

1 Roy Andreof{ Jacksonville and Mr." and MT.S. Mike Pickering of ,, M' ALL I ) hs:

Mr and'M s. Rodney Hall of Gainesville are spending Monday t"
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1 y Thtit .' to:Friday with,Mr.'and Mrs.'tr'N.: ;: OU.RCUSTOMERS. -v r t yp,
Al-C Jerry Colley and Al-C Pickerig. They leave Friday 'tOt I .CilRISTHAS i Mr Mr

Dave Passmore of Kessler AMiss FB, Delray Beach to spend the. New !
1 are spending the holidays Year holidays with her parents, .
t l with Mrs.. M. H. Colley. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez.
Mr;: and"Mrs. G.'1J Colson of Miss Vivi i1 'Garcia of Jacksonville : -t r Company r A

Brooker are spending Chjistmas University is home,; for the 40Bradford
day! with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Col- holidays with her parents 'a t 1fc fc Abstract Koch Drug Store r

son. Camp Blanding. ,,.... ;I 4> r
Lt. Bill Booth of Waco Texasis Mr. and Mrs. M. W.T&ice I ,.willhave ir _. Starke, Florida Starke, Florida Denmark
Furniture Co. of Starke
here for the holidays with- his as holiday guests i,1; J.r J'1ild. ?- ir :
family and Mr. and Mrs. M: W. Mrs. R. N. Carswell'and famUy"bfWaycrcss. : .. I r
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C;ssler. Also with the Cressler Gan Mr: and ':*ifrs. '" --

family for the holidays are'Mr., Charles Lance and family'of St. ,
and Mrs. Charles W. Cressler''andson. Simons Island Mrs>and Mrs. Billy :f11' a..

Alan, of Fort Oglethorpe)'GMrs a. Burbank Jr. and fam'of) Fern- f .. :
Nanny Sanders, of Wytheville. gndina Beach Babs Lance of.New.rleaas l J
May- you know- .. Christinas j Season Va. is spending the holidays s ) and Sheiiff'aIld Mrs. B. ,F.>. .... :
with Mr and Mrs Guy Andrews.Mr. R. Quinn and daughter of Inver- ;.2. rr ,
I ant: Mrs. Lawrence Thompson ness. .7 : ",.l YOU'LL NEVER SPOIL A SHOT! 1
Filled with Peace ami Naps 'ues' of Jacksonville were weekend. d i J' .

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Logan At The Tabernacle 1 .

Baldwin.Mr.. and. Mrs. Jack Trawick and The music and messages T in* the .j Bell & Ho we 11ELECTRIC C Cu Ci

family visited Mrs. H. D. Trawickin Sunday services at the Gospel
Charley and Tedlohns. Tallahassee over the weekend.Tom Tabernacle served as a I prelude to' i
Long leaves Christmas the Christ-centered ':Christmas> I 1
afternoon for Wilmington. Dela. program that was given Tuesday'
-.-- !a.visit his uncle a.Ia. .t; Mr. night Gifts were exchanged, lol. rP

_. and Mrs. L. H. Lewis through New lowing a program of readings, recitations -': : t i
Years. t ; solos, anp chorus"?num EYE CAMERA
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cain of bers. *
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Aberdeen, Md. are spending this Next Sunday the speaker will .. .

J Leonhard.week with: Mr. and Mrs. Fred be C.E.representing R. Evans of the Was Fnends ington, u of. : ; Its the ELECTRIC EYE Way to Shoot :

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cox of Israel Missionary and Relief ,So .' I'S .Your Own Slides and Snapshots '
Jacksonville Beach will be Christmas ciety, Tie service wilj 'begin at t' 1
holiday guests of Mr. 'land 7:30 p.m. in FULL COLOR or BLACK & WHITE :

Mrs. Guy Sale. ? I1j
; You'll never spoil a shot with this remark, :

w ale new camera. The Infallible Electric. ,

r Amid': the gayety of the ; -.Eye 127 camera adjusts itself to changing r
light automatically instantlycontm :

,: holiday season >may we r :;ffl A .. \uously. It's always right 'automatically! No :

disappointing overexposures, no annoying I
and'remembr, thee der
pause -exposures. :

\ '11 w? Compact matching flashgun a.uKoWtlf'' .'
f Christmas.
true meaning ? -----
I *' ''and top-grain leather carryingcase I. I

with shoulder strap come -=.--==,
.f 1 __ with the Infallible Electric! Eye .=",'.Is.- ,
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tiff'cGENE I Green light in viewfinder
Your Authorized Ford. Dealer signals"shoot-you've goj it." BULLINGTON -

FORD ,SALES AND 'SERVICE Station LONG .'AV1 Red Flag pops up- *
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j\ warns you when lightX kt STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP'II ",
And Family: .
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Big Crowd Attends None of the three "big winners"cf HOPE BAPTIST
the $25. $15. and $10. prizes
Merchant'lo Party present .
were 1R. Premillennial
Give Away $125 The $10 prize was claimed Mon- Missionary. Seven miles south of vv. c. T. U.

day by Mrs. Irene McV y. of 711 I. Starke on Hwy. 100. Merle Pack-

Tbe current Shopportunity E. Adkins Street. The $25 prize i ham pastor THE LUR.soorr WOMAN'S

trade'\ promotion -program was [No. 507952] and $15 prize. (No. r. CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION -
Sunday School 10 a. m., Worship -
brcughr to a close Friday, night 539134] have not yet been claimed. WISHES FOR YOU THIS
11 a. m. Training Union 7
when ;11&;> in cash awards was claimed any time before Jan. 1. I CHRISTMAS SEASON SOJBRIETV -
p. m.. Evening Worship. 8
given away at 81)'m. at Elrod The numbers for these prizes ff p. m. SERENITY SUFFICIENCY.

Furniture Co. The program 'has were: No 507952 t$251]: No. P ; Wednesday Prayer mf'eting- BOTH NOW AND AL

been 'supported by ,20 cooperating 539134 [$151]; No. 538346 ($101. 7.30 p. m.Everyone. WAYS.

local merchants as means of increasing Harry C. Elrod Jr., chairman of ; welcome.

the interest of shoppersin the Reiail Merchants Association 4 $ : ,

Starke as a trading'center. said the cooperating stores will : r vt r

Around 200 people jammed El- likely meet early in the new year 111eCidi9 riptures_ by Jack rfamm

rod's store to witness awarding of to plan another trade promotion .... 'Silent
campaign for 1959. He said the -,.. :
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the final cash prizes. Stores re- ; :.... ... : ?
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Shopportunity was re- !
mained open until 8 p. m. for the eh

convenience of night shoppers carded a success by the cooperating t C.__... -' 4_...""\ j: ri 4IKjor:: into J3ou

and most of them reported brisk

sales during the evening hours. -*. I DuPONT PLANTS- CHILDREN 3J5 orn... ___
done Mrs.heavy B. E.\shopping McRae. who on Friday had BHS Quints Score t abiour" __

and bad.a large number of pro- Over Lake Butler than Scenes 200 above children show attending part of more an- tr e proteges, Suzanne Col- -, I.,.... _Edr: ZIU
fit sharing coupons, hit the jack- .'ff; 'f ("' ''I' A
nual party given by the A similar party for children of ,,
pot and was th lucky winner of -
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DuPone Company's Trail Ridge 'i
employees of the taa
plant r .
three of the special $5 bill awards
plant at the Camp Blanding Enlisted was held last x
week and
that were made. Mrs. Ann Jones student body gave them a stand- partiesfor

vas runner-up and held two lucky ing ovation for their fine efforts. : Men's Club last Saturday the children of colored em !
afternoon. Lower left shows Santa'
numbers to win two';$5 bills. Sin- Jim Hobbs scored 24 points for ployees were also given.

glee $5 bill winners were: .Eddie top honors, most of his points being IL, N. Pickering) Claus and tat All children received gifts and __ _
I right] one of his happy and at- were served refreshments: .,
made lay-up shots. Terry
Wells. Harold Crews: Mrs. J. C. on I

Warren A. J. Thomas Sr., Eva Futch accounted for 17. and Ar- points. '
G. W. Johnson
Fe (le. Lucile Nazworth. Mrs. mond Rivers 16. Futch and Rivers Jams Cunningham, with 15 I 84, 72-5

Billy Dowling. Lloyd Parber. and did an excellent job of backing up points, and Maurice Brown: with t Dies At Home Here

Mrs. Ira Allen shots and laying them in for .

12 were Lake Butlers top scorers. George Washington Johnson, 84, t ';,:-", ;? ,
These were the last .
games un- '
died at his residence 724 Alton
: ,:-i'< .
til after the Christmas holidays.On Road. St rke. early Monday ,!;t\" < '''. '' :i.I; ....... .

Thursday. January '< ___
8. the A morning after an illness of sev- :1f ,, fj.t" -

boys and girls will ,
play Haw- eral ', :7..X :
thorne here''and en January 9, the years. ....(.., 'it. ... .... ., .:< ,.'
.. i
Born Jan. 8 18'14 in County ... -; '
A and B boys. will play Fernan- .* ";: ""'A...< 'il. .tt"\L.J!
dina there.Funeral. he was a retired carpenter and

had lived in Starke for 31 years, :

comingJ ere from Miami in 1927. MAYOR'S COURTA
MondayFor $27; Tommy Williams, public intoxication
He Wf S a member of the Pine
bond $27 Elmer J.
Qa Mr. Harris Level Baptist Church. heavy docket in Mayor's
Johnson, excess speed, bond $27;
4 Besides his wife Deborah Court Monday consisted mostly ot

y At Long.Branch traffic charges, some involving ac- Charles G. Hawes, excess speed
I Blume Johnson he is survived by
2 cidents.Of bond $27; Alden Shofret, excess
Mrs. Florence Sculley Harris. seven daughters Mrs. Volley Starling Sponsored by members of the Madison Street Baptist Church
those in court all
appearing bond $27 Richard Allen A.
Starke ;
C ; Mrs. Amy Wilmot
O 59. 'died at her home in Maxville to -.
pleaded charges
Jacksonville Mrs. Vasco Under- guilty against Martin bond $'l7 -
11 last ; excess speed, ;
? 11 I'l' Saturday afternoon after an them. Walter Thomas paid a fine
illness of several months. She waS hill, Jacksonville; Mrs. Nettie and Rufus William Fulton, excess
of of failure to
$52 on charge

born Jan 2, 1899 in Clay County Simpson Bellender Jacksonville Denver; Colo.Mrs.; Bernice Mrs.- have vehicle under control, caus- speed bond $2' Sell It Rent It Trade It
the daughter of
the late Williamand ing an accident. Delores P. Colley Others who did not appear and
Merry Alvertine
Helmondollar. Norfolk
Jane Johns Sculley. Va. and was put on probation for 30 dayson forfeited bond were: Ovid Norman
Mrs. Ruth Crews,
Surviving are her husband. Stark \ four sons, Anthony R., a charge of failure to yield charged with driving while drink
Wesley Harris of Maxville: two right of way, causing an accident. WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
Lloyd L.. and Marvin H. Johnson, ing and driving without a license.
Ctrifina daughters, Mrs William Bell of Merrill Griffis, pleading guiltyto
all of Starke; and Carl A. Johnson :
He had paid bond of $52 on the
Manville two failure to
,. and Mrs. Utha starling charges, yield .
Lawtey; one brother. William G. Jacksonville; one sister Mrs. the right of way, causing an accident first charge and $27 on the latter.

Sculley Jacksonville three sis- Carrie Blum; Starke; 34 grand- and driving while drinking, Kenneth Leroy Ruffins forfeited 20 WORDS OR LESS! One iBBertloa (Mlalmnm Charge) _n_ ___ .fi

ters Mrs. Annie Padgett.; Middle- children 29 gr at grandchildren>, paid a fine of $37 on the first and bond of $27 'by not appeanng to EACH ADDITIONAL WORD OVER 20 h_ -- -._ -____._ 4e Ttr W.r4
and three great, great grandrhildrerT defend a charge of public intoxica :o.%" uiscarwT ox HKPKAT INSKHTIO\S SAME AD
$52 the
burg on second.
; Mrs. Dollie Johns
l'' Maxville; of intoxication Kf ADDITIO\AI FOR HI.IMI Al> t OR ADS NOT PUD IH ADVANCE.
Charges public
f' f and Mrs. Pearl Baker Houston. \ Calvin Henley guilty to
Texas Funeral services were held Sun- driving while drinking leaded and was also not defended, were listed CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ______n.n_. 11.25: Per lark Pint I..ertU.
against Harmon Fregatt and Hoke S1.00 PER INCH FOR S4MR! AD HRPRATRD ONB OR MORE TIMES
Funeral services day at 1:30 p. m. in the Pine sentenced to pay a fine of $52 or

Monday at 2 were held Level Baptist. Church with the JO jail. Bullock. Both nad paid bond ot CARDS OF THANK (Tp Te 50 Ward) ------__. __________ 12."
p. m. in ,the Long f27. OVER BO WORDS _______..---______ 4 O.l. Per Word
Branch Baptist Chursh, with Rev. pastor Rev. W. E. Hall, offici Thirteen charges were not defended Louis Taccia

The E. L. Matthews FamilyHazel W.O.' Mathis' officiating. Interment and 'bond was forfeited Saturday Robert .IIF.MORUUI____ __ n_ p_ AND HF.lOLUTIO i5 _____. .____ A_ Ffmtm_____ P.. _... w.n _..._
ating. Burial was in Elzey Chapel by pleaded guilty to a charge ot excess -

Gene Mary Agnes Anne Betsy was In the church cemetery Cemetery in Union County with the following: Jack K. Keen, pass- speed. He was fined $1't, TYPEWRITER AND FOR H\I.E-9 x 12 all wool rug. 717

under the direction of DeWitt C. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home in ing yellow line, bond $27; Thomas with sentence suspended and put ADDING MACHINE ('\'pr' !St. Then AVO 4-4853. ttchg

Jones Funeral Home charge of arrangements. H. Pringle, excess speed, bond. on probation tor 60 days.JAN'VARY BARGAINS FOE SALE-Rarely used like new,
Space Heaters, Harwich cooking
REMINGTON TRAVELRITER stoves, Inner wring mattresses, coil
and box springs, mirrors, pillows,
Your Community C (Repossessed Like.. r") fine all wool
lendarofDates ,
will be presented service rugs antique mahog
monthly public
: as a by nr& 2.4t Selling for 76.98 any dr. drop leaf) table. Sacrifice/

I Local Finance Co. the prices. Phone LE 3-Y61r, LeClerc.
Clip Calendar
and use blank spaces to list dates to be rem em- SMITH-CORONA ELECTRIC li t. 1. mix 361. Kingsley Kike tfchg

bered. Organizations invited to use Calendar for listings. PORTABLE .,.
t .
Rrg. 2I3.B.1 10% ikeou.t<< FOR SALE-Pure bred long hair
If Mild before ('lIrl.fmali Chihuahua puppies. Inoculated
house broken and trained Mother-

Machine office demoimlralor) llrutus. Sacrifice price. Phone LE
Uric. 02.G&Selling fur feZ.34! 3-2461 Leflerc. Rt. I, Box 361.
.. 1 2 3 Fin !'slrv Lake tfchg

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f"; : :".:. ., : BPW NEW YEAR'S' ': 'It. ... -. 1I0rliEr!
Let In Fix it.BCTLDING
: FOR SALE-Lovely furnished 2jedroom ..
.... GO ', ,'" ,. .. NEW 'YEAR'S. home, on 10 acres with a WIRING AXDAPPLIANTB
-' ,
U S. 0. large barn, just off edge of city
... 'A. REPAIRSSaturaetlau
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r. > r limits en paved highway 16, Rai-
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': : .:l :: ford Rd. 1000. Mabel-Rover. 118 Guaranteed.
: Grut Rallork, LE 3-2302
: < : : : South 5th Ave., Wauchula.Pla., .
:,,: ,: : Phone Prospect 36191. tfchg

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.. 'II '. Thigpen. Jr. Phone WO 4-1351
.' KEROSENESMOKELESS 932 Butler Road Starke, Fla.
4 I IQtp 122NOW. |
5. ,7'
.6 8' .
." : 9" 10 ODORLESS
j. ., >" The ultimate in prestige. 500
'..,.. '" f" 15.9 Per Gal ENGRAVED business cards 19.95
(price Includes plate). Never befor!,

.. .... .. AT YOUR IMPERIAL engraving at this low price
Bradford County Telegraph tf

TO" '.'. .. ? .. .

: 'i. .. ." Hiway 301 North Starke doors Selling for one$1.00 lot each of First used screen come

.j 1 :; : ..;,r :. : .. : : > first s rn. Barbecue grates 14 x
:34 JJ.O'l. All kinds of
I. '..- used building
.' :: .. ". supplies. Reasonable. Doors Win
: : '.
''" dan Plumbing supplies and flx-
: : pI, ,. ; :' : : turns. feed tin scrap Iron. Odd lots
', of (lumber cheap. Call Woodland

11" :, 12 13 ,,:\ '" 14 / .. '.15' ,. '. FISH SHRIMP 44001. W. T. Jackson Transfer, ask
16 17 for Mr. Chores Located behind.
OYSTERS liig Had Mfg. 'o.. tfchg
: : .
: : "
: : : : .'
: > : Fish Dressed If Desired FREE -Double cylinder hook up
\ for cost of gas ONLY. Slade Gaa Co.

Prevatt Fish Market I! Ifl'hlf.FOR .
'r'" \. .. .
CHURCH 617 E. Brownlee St. SALE jGood Bermuda ana
I Bahia Grass Hay V. K
: Ph. WO 9-1091
: : : Lawtey._4tp 1-15:

'.. ( : FOR SALE.... 2 Girls reconditioned
u' __ . ,. lake? Tlnv'ii fH Service. I tchg

18', 19' / .:. MAN OR WOMAN WANTED wh'K.l bell.: -Will Old pay farm cash If bell reason, or
20't' 21" 22. ', .23. able."
: i 24 I I -- S. E. Kennedy. Keystone
; : ; > .. Ground Floor New J".I 14hts. phone !All. 1 tp
; : > ,t. .i : Opportunity
I' .-. .. : now openin
.' ; ,: : ..... I" ",' : country ((13 states in 4 month.1, ) N. Alachua Co. Excellent

'" < f.ON : : :' ..' : : .. : op.i
\,.. : Earn as much as you See Frank W.
; ., I ...". ". :, I portunity. Massey,
', .4 \ erned by your investment and P. O. Box 74
; .. Anthony at once or
; : : .. f. H x :
: : EI I ; : : personal time devoted. Beginning write Rawleigh's, Dept. KAL-270-

,, 11':' ".. ..." j.i" ;;, : \ minimum, $;))().OO. Written mon 189, Memphis, Tenn. 3tp 1-ai

: > J: ey-back guarantee. We secure accounts

: .. :;, : .- '. for you. References ex i lTOJUCJIt'LCERS r
Burning stomach and Ulcer-Ilka
changed. Write qualification to pain disappear with "Famous Botab

., Field Staff Director! Don Bridges Treatment, or your money back.
2S '... J 26 ... ..: T a ..-p..; Write The Bota Co. P. O. Box
.' : 497
27 ) 28 29 1515 James St., Jadttonville 5,
'.. i. :3O'31 Tlfton, Oa.
'" : _Itp 12115
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-- I' .: .. ,'.. :" :- -.1 > ,
,... ... ", FOR REXT-3 bedroom
1-15: house.
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'" .' "" .' Quiet, desirable neighborhood.
.... ,. ., .' -. ;-" .. 4' 1 .: .' .- 0 N
", .. .0 . Cherry St. Phone WO '.%94%.
.. .& .... ,,-..; : ;, .. '.." ". Floyd
-. -, .- ,. l'0 Own.
: .-. ,'.: .. .- .. -... \-. .'.. -" 'j 1 I,: .. .':,::. FOR SALK-Pent* process treated tfchg
-SUNDA"i' fence
\ I posts. 4 miles Nona on 3U1.
,1" ; -
: be SACRIFICE-House For ,
':'. Green &: Bait Ken 1'0It co. tIC Sale j
.;; bedroom masonry chain link fence
611 W. Pinewood Dr. Call
Hugh LL
." .. : ; ,: : WE farmers.HAVE a Loans new loan ot 1 program to t years for Hutson WO 43671. reap 3i-ii
for the
: credit requirements
: FOR REXT-Furnished
of the new two
..' "" .', ,,' '. H ,. a. : '. ;. ily. Gainesville farmer Production and his Credit fame! bedroom house. Attractively dec

Association, CO Horth orated modern all electric' kitchen
.0 .' '.:. ', Gainesville Fla rich" tile drain knotty pine cabinets. A=
.r 1 dults. Mrs. E P. Renner 13J jfeMabon
t l RADIOS REPAIRED ?t or call WO 45744. tfchg-
: ; -. : LOANS LOCAL FINANCE CO : kaa.aable All Make.Ckarger- All-K pagan.4el* feel

to ",. t. : SHEPHERD'S RADIO TV FOR REST 2 bedroom furnished
PHONES' Creea Owarr apartment, circulating
l heater
Y 4 -:. UP TO tU W. Call lit. Ph... WOt....1 Kingsley Lake Available Jan 1 on to
.. Starke. Fla. Carl
June 1. Call Johns, WO ,
sin Us Friendly" WHOIOI .
Wedding Invitations
l ,.,. : : with _
,_ '" ,. double envelopes 100
:: : $600 \\0 .4-CHt for J21.J5. Bradford FOR R Furnished first hoer
4 lU N. WALNUT Court Te1e-
: Close
.... -- HREE.D.O\Rg fROM POST OFFICE graph. t{ cation. All jn desirable lo-
A' \ )oilman. %%1Y.. M>d oCARPENTER W tt
.0- -" MRS. MARGUERITE HALL Manager.' FOR REXT-2 nicely fur. apts. 1 St. tchg
Adults. {(0 per. mo.

.> ,.I.. 'F' .,t... .- ___ Elec. inc. Phone WO 91545. ea.1 Johnson, Rt 1 Contracting, 125": sketch--
:- __. __- '_'__ ea drawn to your satisfaction. H. Box Starke
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Council Stands Pat On WideningIn ; I

Face Of Adverse Petitions By Mary K. haeffer e., I

Party Marks 13th Birthday ring were Mrs. Harold Sutton, I I
''Another attempt to forestall the eration of his application to replace For'
Kenny Terrell
and Miss Mary Ann Schaeffer.
widening of Keystone Heights' the vacancy created by resIgnation .
Friday, Dec. 12, Kenney Terrell,
main street (Lawrence Boulevard 1 of the daytime officer. the of High Mass will be held Christmas Wht
son Mr. and Mrs. Corbett
and save a number of shade trees Councilman G. E. Wiggins moved 'errell' celebrated his 13th birthday -I 10:30.morning at St. William's at H I
lining thoroughfare failed last that, since the position had already with : k
a party at his home.
week when Town Council tabled been filled, the petition be There Community Church News Keystone-Starke
was a hamburger try Inhis Scottish
the matter after protest petitionswere filed for future reference. The back yard starting at 5:30: p. The Community Church Sunday Rite CJubGiven
filed by William Beam and motion was adopted. School l ,held its annual Christmas .r
m.. after which the boys and girls
Approval was given to Party in the Educational Building
others. a requestby
enjoyed games and dancing. Pre- Charter
The State Road Department has Ray E. Chance, County Direct: sEnt were: Roberta Sibley Margaret Sunday evening at 7:30.: Each department last Friday Night!! .

announced that the project will or of Civilian Defense, that he be Muir from the Juniors to the ., "
Mary Ann Schaeffer, "
be advertised for bids in January, permitted to draw gasoline from Nursery, had a part in the enter- ford, president
Dianne Erokas E.
Dee Dee Harden- A charter was presented to ; Altman 1st
and that the work will likely be the town pumps for use in the tainment. There was carol singingby vice president
burgh, Barbara Ann Wheeler Re- new Keystone Heights-Starke I ; J. L. Gentry, 2nd
before automobile used for civil defense theentire group, including adults -
completed summer. It pro- vice
ba president Elmo _
> Rowan Thomas. Danny Scottish :Rite 'CJub at I ; E. Yarbro- '
vides for the widening and resur- work. The town will be compensated and a movie on Sharing and a meeting ugh, \
Dodd. Mac Hall secretary-treasurer.
Jimmy McMur- held 'Fridayg t, in. the Other
by Mr. Chance from Civil Unselfishness at Christmas. San- board
facing of several blocks of State
try and Kenny's brother, Corbett, room of Clay Electric Cooperative. Charter members'are: R. C. Craw- V'SFOR
Road 21 (Lawrence Boulevard) Defense expense funds. ta Claus called during the evening THE
J Also G. E. Wiggins
r. present were Robert Dinner] was served by the A. Gnann,
between S. R. 100 and the Key- Councilmen Wiggins and Wil to give gifts, and refreshments Keystone George
I Knox, the school principal., and Heights'Junior Woman's Kopelouses, A. G. Loudon
stone Inn. hams were appointed as a committee Mr and Mrs. Carl ["Coach" were served.SunCay Club at 7 p. 'm., and was followedby Sr., W. R. Campbell, Andrew Tay-

The project has aroused considerable to test sentiment in regardto Duncan. Kenny had a large : Dec. 21, Rev. SamuelS. the charter ceremonies.The lor, D. A. Baker, D. E. Pangbom,
controversy, with the annexation of certain conti Cuthbert of Park-of-the-Palms R. E. Mathews
birthday cake,and received. many new organization has as its Dr. D. M. Christ- t
business men, for the most part, guous territory to the town. fine gifts. conducted the services at the main purpose the promotion of offers, C. W. Jordan, C. M. Ter- SEASONAND

favoring the work, while opposi- Williams submitted a drawingof GIRL SCOUT NEWS Community Church. The choirg&.ve Scottish Rite Masonry in this rell, R. N. Sunderland Jr., E. F. j Candy's Gulf

tion has come from retired residents the ,floor plan of a _proposednew Votes On The 'Brownie Meeting a special rendition of Christmas area. Meetings will be held quarterly Aiken, Authur J. Wissler [32nd THE COU1N6

or those whose jobs are not Town Hall and several suggestions On Dec. 12. the new Brownie Anthems. [on each fifth Thursday of degree KCCH], William J. Myers r Service StationKeystone

directly connected with ,business were made in regard to Troop held another meeting in The Youngs Are Leaving the calendar year] in the Masonic [Past Venerable Master, Jacksonville tEAat.

houses in Keystone. The opposi- changes. Revised plans will be St. WUli m's Hall, opening with Rev and Mrs. J. Russell Youngare Temple( at Keystone Heights, Consistory], T. Coy Nichols S. E. McKAY
tion has maintained that the widening submitted at a later date. the Brownie Promise. The new transferring to new work set When completed. I [32nd degree KCCH], C. E. Mitchell -
and destruction of trees The request girls have up by the General Assembly ,of V Heights, Fla.PAUL'S ,
Harold Snellenfor
already learned their All 32nd degree Scottish Rite Carl Harton, J. Seibert Davis Realtor
will cause Keystone to lose some garbage pick-up service was Promise, and the Salute. The girls the Presbyterian Church, W. S. in Masons in Starke Keystone [I33id degree and secretary of
of its natural beauty and appealto tabled. decided to 3c the metropolitian area of Miami,
pay weekly dues Heights, Melrose, and surroundingarea Keystone Heights, Fla.
Jacksonville bodies], Dr. H H.
tourists.: They declare widen
William Lee complained of the Plans' were made for a Christmas known as Palm Springs. are invited to contact officers .

ing unnecessary and suggest that ditch u: front of his premises on party the following week. The Rev. Young will begin his new of the new club concerning Adams, Gene Long, W. B. Belote

through traffic could be taken East Lakeview Drive, stating that girls learned,how to say MERRYCHRISTMAS work the first of January j membership in the organization. Jr., B. C. Christoffers, and Key
care of by alternate jI
an route
water overflowed his in' languages other I Charter officers M. Sargent.
property. Fox Shot In are C. P. Craw- I
through the business section, Carport i
or The matter was referred to the than their own: Spanish Finnish,
by developing off-street parking. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Few found a SUNDRIESF?
Recent Birth
Streets Department for necessary French and Norwiegan. Pretty Keystone Rotary
t The Road Department has saidIt attention. Christmas ornaments were made fox in their carport Monday

will not halt the project unless Tax Assessor Millican reported by the girls, and the meeting end morning and having heard about AnnouncesAdvancePrograrns },fr. and Mrs. Doris Cole of Melrose tfhere Friends :Mect

the Keystone Council requests it I!that Mrs. Emma Rohlin had failed ed with a song "Run AlongHome. I the strange behavior of rabid animals Starke announce the birth of a -t 4
Council has
stand refused to reverse its to request widow's exemption ." Jennifer Davis was the they immediately called son, Michael Eugene, on Dec. 21 FOUNTAIN RENTAL LIBRARY MAGAZINESKEYSTONE
endorsing the
has said that up until project the and last i end was requesting consideration hostess, serving cookies, and Mar- Ray Chance, who came and shot A program of folk songs will be at Doctors Hospital
en the present tax roll. The Clerk tia Habeistroh was clean-up girl. presented at the Keystone Heights
meeting, only one person had ap However the animal. The last we heard, -
being -
was instructed to advise Mrs so many Rotary Club Friday, Dec. 26, by DEPARTMENT
to STOREMen's
work.peared Officially' protest the I Rohlin that the roll had already scraps of 'paper, Ann Triest, i in Mr. Few was calling Dr. Mullins t Col. and Mrs Moore. E. W. Dwyer KEYSTONEJEWELERS

Last week's, tabling action been accepted and could not be true Brownie style, volunteered to at the Starke Veterinary Hospitalto who spent-many years in the Women's, Children's Clothing & Shoes
ammended at this time. Conseder help Marcia. report the incident. The Fews entertainment field before comingto

gives the the green State light Road to proceed Department ation will be granted, upon application Brownie Because Christmas Party live just on the edge of town anon d Keystone, will be a special Expert Watch Repairing r-: SPORTS WEAR A SPECIALTY -
was guest.
with letting the contract. I 1959 roll.Attorney: ,. for exemption on the early this Friday, the ''Brownie! the edge of the woods, at the The January 2 Quality Line Jewelry Keystone Heights Lucile Foster, Owner
meeting of the
Mayor M..L. Beasley submitteda meeting was held at 10 a. m. comer of Peach St. and Academy club will feature : Walter M.\ 1Iuhlhofert \ -
Myron Prevatt presented Col. McDowell
petition to Council prepared by There was ra short business meeting Way.
Walter a letter from the CAP reQuesting retired world traveler, who: will 1
M. Muhlhofer] suspended at which
Karen Cook
certain changes in the was Open House At Muir's show slides and :movies of his
Chief of .Police, asking reconsid- elected chairman, and DianneThomas Sunday afternoon world KEYSTONE GAS COMPANY
proposed easement agreement between Mr. and Mrs. travels, ;;
the Town and Houston treasurer Sam Gardner. and Mrs. Dr; A. K. Black of the University -
The rest of the morning the Charlie McGlave DEPENDABLE 24-HOUR SERVICE
1 t and Mr. and of Florida'will be a special I
girls enjoyed a Christmas Party.There Mrs. Leap Muir entertained fellowDuPonters" guest at, the,Jan.9 meeting of th .
were singing games and with a ChristmasOpen cub; Day Phone Kite Phone
dances, and a new trick .
called. I SAF GAS
1i Pass the Scissors Crossed. The House, at the Muir home on On- Jan. 18'Herman, Schroe- 4351 2582
Peach St. The house beautifully '
was der, formerly of'Baltimore"and
girls also sang carols and greeted
4r1 decorated in the Christmas
\>""1'II") each other saying "Merry Christ motif and gold candles and a gold guest retired speaker bakeryowner He will; will show be the COOKING HEATING WATER HEATINGMost
mas" in five languages. moves -
centerpiece, with crystal adorned i of the baking
"Joey O'Toole," assisted by Joe the refreshment table. Miss Margaret industry. Complete Line of House Healing; Equipment In North
i Daurer, acted as Santa's helper, Muir assisted the hostesses. THE RIGHT rOINT sue tilt
giving each Brownie a gift. way youwrite.. Come In and select Florida. It You Plan to Add Iledt This Winter See Us First.

"Joey", and Joe then entertained COMMUNITY CHURCH OF your favorite ESTERBKOOBF.vuntaln

) ri l# the girls who laughed and screaed mKEYSTONE HEIGHTS Pen. TOJOTRAPII: --

at all "Joey's" antics. Dr. James D, Fait, Organist,
Dottie Hardenbergh and Dianne Choir Director. N.- LAKE FRONT SPECIALS --
Thomas, assisted by Mrs. Cook: Services: Church School 9:45: : CONTRACTORSCARPENTERS t

M served refreshments. Mrs. Beam ajn. Morning Worship 11 a.m. White Sand Lake A Good Investment
prepared cocoa for the girls I to and \t

I. drink with their cookies. Elaine ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL LOTS AT $1250

Lavorn and Glenda Grainger were CHURCH, KEYSTONE' PAINTERS Happy New YearKEYSTONE
clean-up girls, and soon restoredthe M. H. Breyfofle; Minister These lots are easily reached, require little clearing and

club-room Morning Prayer and Sermon,
to apple-pie order.
The next meeting will be Jan. 9:30: a. m. Sunday School. 10 a. m. We have Limited Supplyof next year will be the "LOST OPPORTUNITY OF 1958"S.

9 at 3 p. m. in St. William's Hall. Holy Communion each first Sun- left-over paper on rolls.
to all This troop still needs day. Parish Supper each third
a Troop
Committee member to become a I Wednesday, 6:30: p. m. 17'to 72 inches wide. -- REALTOR

our friends registered troop. Mrs. Beam and I KEYSTONE Perfect for protection of
Mrs. Cook are members but one FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH floors, furniture, etc., while Keystone Heights Phone 3701-2051-1151-1209
and more Is needed. BARBER SHOP
customers Anyone interestedis
J. R. Smith; pastor. Ralpn work is in progress.and .
asked to call Mrs. Joe Daurer, Copeland Minister of Music
Troop leader at 4331. church FRANK JONES
organist. Bradford
' Keystone GENA'S Keystone Heights Girl Scouts Services School COON WILSON
: Sunday 9:45a. The Red/corns
Girl Scout Troop 1 will hold its Telegraph Soy
m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m LEAMAN WARD
Dept. Store GIFTS & TOYS investiture service at St. Anne's Training Union, 6:45: p. m. Even: .. .
Parish House Tuesday Dec. 30. ing services 7:30 p. m. r- :''''! .-- ,..,,.

Keystone Heights. Fla. Keystone Heights, Fla. Lt 7:30: p. m. St. Williams News St. William's Catholic Chapel }
5'1 'Ai
Sunday afternoon the choir of Keystone Heights

1 St. Williams Church under the Sunday Mass at 8:30: a. m.

direction of Mrs. Gladyce Ba chHolyday Mass at 7:00 a..m.

mann (who also doubles for )rTuesday Mass at 8:00: a. m. .. \
ganist gave its Christmas concert Confessions before all Masses

of sacred music for the p ub-i Baptisms, marriages and instructions _i 4 i. f._ 1
he. The choir wishes to thank by appointment. l L11".i1 / 1.4
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everyone who came to hear them,
and to express appreciation Huntley Junior Mike

Jack Reid, Herb Nelson and toM r .

Conneen for the public ..addresssygtem. r. -
: .' They also wish to thank V yt1 I

S. ..... Mrs. Mary Young, who played the h.' ( It

.,. ,. violin thank so the beautifully.decorating-They committee also] r you etr1 Ch)1,0: )

555'. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pawlikow ski, .

Mr. and Mrs. Theron Whiddon.Mr. I .

and Mrs. George Schaffer, Iw IY
and Mrs. .
Emery Cooper Appreciation ..
also goes to the altar We're Best
S.. sendingfonr
*IS.S.. . boys, Herbert Nelson Jr., Jimmy w .

1 ;. Pox and David Georgie Schaeffer and ,Johnny Lee Sutton Al- Wishes for a happy holidayand may ..

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'I S. I len.A social coffee hour was held every good thiog cocse/ycnir/ way I Iv r

:after the concert with Mrs. ArthurRyan .

pouring. Asisting in ser- 1'OLJ1

555. I Texas Natural Gas Co., and statedhe -._..... ,:,.,,":,:,",'.\-"-.,.'- .-.,'' ..if \ And A Happy New Year
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j :i i had drawn an amendment deleting "--- ,""." .....- J. .--..'. 4.,- ..'tt'Ir._--,:-..:,....":'{ ::1.) } b ,. \
the objectionable -0' t. '_: We
paragraphand ki
5. appreciate being allowed
; -" ,-':). ;;:. r:.ilt ; ; ; to serve you
i a new one submitted, meeting To friends ,. .- :...,.... .p'-.' -.... l n .
our -t; .
; "I' .
I CAP requirements. Council -F.;)I -'......_; .. during the past year and hope to continueour
endorsed this change. and customers \ :I. 0
Councilman Williams reported pleasant relationship in 1959.REDFEARN'S.

that paint work at the Fire Station I
And best wishes for a HaPYNew Year to was progressing and that C. ,

all and I:. Mitchell 'was doing the work at
customers from KEYSTONE
.. labor cost only to:the town. -, .- : Ji

Mr. Mitchell reported that the CLEANERS '- .. .v ,

Behte's' Rexall Drugs the work Airpark of painting was complete the hangar and atthe And Washeteria ., Keystone State Bank ., .

' Council authorized him to paint! HHt---'" ,

BILL BELOTE the oil home. DON and JENNIE.SHACKLEFORD' Keystone'Heights,.Florida Where Service Is AssuredPhone

The clerk vw authorized to "
Keystone Heights Fla.
purchase a metal cabin& for stationary > _ljr _' '. I 9391 Keystone Heights, Fla.
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THURSDAY. DEC. !S. 1938>

yyyyyy y yyyyy-17wT/A7 recently. The money' will go into Club members was a basket of YVVYYVYYTVVYYVVYYVYYYYVI.GRIFFIS mas sure Is fun. people

the Athletic Department fund. food and gifts for a needy fam- It Isn't What You Get. Each and every blessed one.. '

MELROSEBy The presentation took place at Dy. LOOP' At Christmas. .... time' ItPi, .fine. to ,i IIALYAREZ' STORE MenVTIothing.Established .
-- -
the December 18 meeting of the Hostesses for the meeting were have We searched this country over ,1894

Joyce RothhammerUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAliAAA Lions Club. Mrs. E. H. Eiland, Mrs. Edna A lot of gifts from 'far and And frem coast to coast did
The Home Demonstration Club WlQlams and Mrs. ]Et. P* Sirs Bf VerUe AndersonAAAAAAAJAAAAAAAAAAiAtl near roam, i -:

held a Christmas party at the '.mons. .. But Grandma knows the grandest But :when we reached the

home of Mrs. Stein in Keystone, I Cbrfetmas Program Colorful Southland
William Chiappini is home to ; way -
spend, the Christmas holidays Heights Thursday Dec. 18, at 2 The Christmas program' pre- M5 and Mrs. E. W Hodges and To have the best of Christmas We knew we'd found a home. NO DOWN
with his brother and sister-in- p. m. Presents were exchanged. sented tohe- PTA by studeat ef children of Americus, Ga.visited. cheer; PAYMENTI
law, Mr. and Mrs. Frances Chi- The Cub Scouts held a party at Melrose High School was a colorful Mrs. Hodges' brother and family, She whispered in my' ear and Even Yankees were made wel-
the Parish House Friday, Dec 19, event. Mr. and Mrs._Rex Br okins, of said ,
appini the and University family. William of Florida.attends at 7:30: p. m. They decorated a Since the president, Mrs. Tom Cocoa this week. They also visited "No matter where you chanceto ccme.With sunny smile and helping Needed to Build this House on Your Lot

Ray Mathews will spend the tree with ornaments they had Odom was unable to,attend, the .lr.. and Mrs. Kenneth Russ in live hand:<

Christmas holidays with his par- made themselves. Years pins were Ice-president, Mrs. Lena Clemens Melbourne It isn't what you get my'child; We'were taught the joy of liv-
Richard Johns is visiting his
ents, Mr: nd Mrs. Ralph Mathews awarded. presided.( The secretary, Mrs. You gather joy by what you ingIn
attends collegein Miss Webb Honored Walter Float also was unable to grandfather R. L. Johns of. Keystone give. this fair and gracious land. .
end family. Ray a
Miss Jane Webb was honored attend, so the minutes were read Heights. Eureka Recitations. S. .
CochranrGa.Mike ; with a kitchen shower given by by Mr Earl Cherry.In Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brian Long Bridge Church had a wonderful So we wish to take our hats off
Carroll is ,home on leave Mrs. Mike Redfearn at her homein the brief business session and children, Mrs. Edward Hard- .Christmas program Satur- To the Southland, "sho nuff." t.
from Kansas to spend the holidays Keystone Heights. that it decided to enbroox and Verble Andersonwere And SOMEDAY we'll be
followed was day night with an audience of 50 Southerners -
with his mother Mrs. Roy
; Games were played and coffee return money collected from the in Jacksonville Wednesday cr more. A wonderful time was

Jordan. cake, and cookies were served. sale of wax as enough wax had night. had by everyone.We If'we just live long enough! I
Joey Moore, who has been stationed Guests included Mrs. John not been sold. The date for the Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gainey are all glad to see Jessie -Mrs. Marian F. FlnucanRt. .4

in Texas,. last week joined Webb and Mrs. Montay Vickersof dinner was tentatively set for and son, Roger are guests of Mr. Lazenbee back with us for awhile. 5, Hampton, Fla.tot ...
his wife.' Gloria, and son Brad. Melrose, Mrs. Joe Tate and January 31. Type of dinner and and Mrs. Ralph Gainey and family She is off for her Christmas holidays .< \ :.;

Joey is the son of Mr and Mrs. Mrs Vance Powell of Gainesville, price to be announced later. Mrs. for the holiday With her is one of her aunts !! ,' .'' '", h <., '''''"'' '
John O. Moore. Mrs. W. H. Redfearn Mrs. Frank frank France explained letter We are sorry to hear that Mrs. ,. .t' .. ..\. .r .1.r't''f : J.4.fw
a from Ocala, Mrs. Julia Starvarl DS f ,;,....... .. OC' -" .... ..
Ray Gano, who attends the Walrath and Mrs. Edgar Akridge that is being prepared to be sent Leoc.a Drown is in the hospital' in and her mother.Harold C:'" ';.'r. E8 r__ _'......."_!- _.J'_'' _""" -"..#.."; _J .
University of Florida, is home to HI of Keystone, and Mrs. Bruce tc all mothers, asking for a mother Gainesville: We wish her a speedy Shiver and family were .

spend the holidays with his! par- McRae of Florahome to be at school 'each day in recovery Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. 6t666i "The Capri"
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano Woman's Clab Meets case of an emergency when she Ronald Brown and his girlfriend Joe Vales and family of'Palatka.

and sister. lelissa.. The Woman's Club of Melrose Bright be needed. The meeting'was were guests of _Mr. and I understand that Mrs. Edna

George Moore, home on leave met at the flub house on Dec. 17 then adjourned and the Christmas Mrs. Cecil Rowe Sunday. Lavender has had a good time fix CASH PRICE $1495

la visiting his parents Mr- and for their regular business and social program followed. Mrs. Mora Clark and son Hutten ing good old country sausage with ,
Mrs. John G. Moore. luncheon with Mrs. A. J. Theme for the program was Lee, Mrs. Rachel Sasser and trimmings! this week. Sounds good
'Miss Martha Sue Robinson and Witherspoon: president, preSiding, Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker: their mother. .Mrs Mary Brown to me. This modern 2-bedroom home is designed for Southern Liv
Mason recited "A Suite." This the the visited Mr.and Mrs. Dorsey Byrd Three Jalousie '
Andrew Philip P. Dunk of Miami Little Marsha was debut of I Lake Butler Christian Church ing. Windows and a Jalousie Door are among
were united- marriage on Dec- Visit from St. Nicholas" newly crganized band. The students and children of Lake Geneva Sunday had a wonderful write-up in a the standard features offered, in this well-constructed nome.
ember 12.:Mr., Dunk is attendingthe Susan Bass gave a beautiful played well, considering the Jacksonville paPer, Sunday. The Completely finished outride doors, windows, screens, etc. _
University of Florida and rendition of "0'Holy Night," accompanied amount of time they have had to Mrs. Orville :Brookins, Mrs": Zen- Long Bridge' Church members and.2 coats of paint Partitions, studding; and floor onlyon
they will reside in Melrose. at the piano by Glad- practice.: Other outstanding features nis Griff, Mrs. Thomas-O'Brian
were invited to attend the opening Inside!
were dancers, the boy's quar- and Verble Anderson spent Sunday
R. F. Simmionsand" Lou John. vice Bachmann. The. meeting was services. A'good crowd was'there.
tet, the girl's quartet, the glee afternoon at Mrs. Cecil .
enjoyable, with-42 present.
son representing the Lions Club I would like to take this space '. .- .. .. .. .
: Christmas tree club, and even Santa Claus The Rowes preparing Christmas bags I
presented Earl Cherry principalof There was a '
and say to vhodid, not
traditional Christmas for the children
Story was at church.
: for the patients at FOR
Melrose High School'the proceeds with gifts wish
receive a card from me, "I
from the barbecue they held Chattahocche. The project for the4'x8'x3.4" acted out, and many of the Mrs. Mary Brown spent last ,
you a very, very, merry Christmas -
Christmas Carols durIng
: were sung week with;; her son and"daughter-
the scenes. in-law; Mr.,and Mrs. A. W Brown APPOINTMENTSAT
Sheetrock Between plays, collection plates at the State Farm.

BUItPfW 1.55 Sheet were passed around for donations. We were glad to have Mrs. Dor-

This money will be given to the sey Byrd and children and Mr.,
SUPPUES LumberHardwarePaint) Music Department. and Mrs. Jeff Smith with us in rDear i

Cement Concrete Blocks The entire program was under the: evening services Sunday andany ANY TIME.

-.> Precast U Lintels the direction of Mrs. Evelyn one erse who ,Wishes to visit

All Lengths Zoph. bur little church. CALL COLLECTFR
There were yelps of joy when
Linda Brookins
Fixtures was guest of Editor
Lighting the bell rang last Friday after- : 2.2587 ...
Patsy O'Brian
+ ROY W. TYRE noon, marking the beginning of Sunday. A few months ago my husband Gainesville
Boatdraln Baptist Church and I decided to make Bradford
the Christmas holidays. The
BROOKLYN SUPPLY HOUSEPhone Sunday School, 10,a. m. Morning County our permanent'home. We
Christmas spirit was everywhere;
worship 11 a. m., Training encountered a few ,difficulties in
the kids had been celebrating all '
Union 6:30: p.- m.E. ening Wor- obtaining just ,what ,we wanted
2741 Keystone Heights, Fla. day. Everbody knows the day before ship 7:30 and Midweek prayer and could afford. JIM WALTEtbOR.PI"World's
the holidays is the best school !
Wed., 7:15: p. m. Pastor Rev.. Or- During that time, the kindness
t day of the year. Reason: a lot of '
vile Brookins. Everyone? welcome. and help that we received froms
goofing off and not much work. Largest & Best Builders of Shell Homes"

KEROSENE FUEL OIL The musical program that had .t ..TYY.YT1TYYTTYYYYYY9LONG community many wonderful has been people quite in over-your VISIT US OR CALL COLLECT
been presented to the PTA was
whelming.. Gainesville, Rt. 2, Box 213-A, Hawthorne and Kin-
New Service Offered By presented Friday morning to the BRIDGE Furniture Co.
students. Respectfully, we submit the fol- caid Roads Phone FR 22587.
,AND NEW RIVER Ipwmg verse in hope' that'it will,
ODOM'S HARDWARE & SUPPLY Following the program, a few Palalka, P. 0. Box 782 Located at the "Y" _
in a small way, convey our gen-
Starke Florida
classes wereheld; At least they Phone EAST 5-5971
Mrs B. F. Merrit uine appreciation to all concerned
MELROSE, FLA. were called classes, though I doubt
LAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEverybody and to wish them all a very Merry -. .
much was accomplished. After S
GR 5.5421 '- PHONES GR 5.5313 lunch, parties were.held in each Christmas and a prosperous New .' ... '- '" -
is busy writing Year.
Please Call Us Day or Night For Prompt, Courteous classroom.: Refreshments for Christmas cards mailing packagesand .The warmth of the SouthlandDoes ,
.. everybody 1 If your class ran out,
+ Smice wrapping gifts. It's hard but not stem from the summer ..
you could'find some in the class fun. Little ones :".6. "V
are looking for sun.
across the hall of a couple rooms :
I Santa with all his treats. Christ- But from the hearts of her
down. ..
After the party the high school it

WELL DRILLING students went to the auditoriumand -. s ; 4&
PumpsService 3JLo I ,
sang Christmas Carols. Sound Believe It or Not ;

like fun? You bet it was. This was ,, u .

TERMS AVAILABLE cne day that the kids didn't worry r.J'"' ; w.-- ...;.... .--...... .'
about keeping with the Rus- '''. w '
With the coming the Christmas Sea- ,
Prompt Service Free Estimates sians. They'll have to make up ;
for it when they come back Itl MS
be about time to cram for seme- son I would like to extend my personal :

ster exams.
Bulldogs Suffer Defeat greetings to all of my, friends within

,1O.. Box 528 Melrose, Fla. Then Anthony Stage made Comeback a last quarter reach of this paper and all of my The ,MERRIEST CHRISTMAS yet. .

PHONE GR 5-5101 rally to defeat the Melrose ,Bull- .

dogs 43-39 at Melrose last Tues- friends everywhere. I wish for all of ,,
day night. Ahead 33-31 going into A .

FACTORY PRICESTRY the final quarter, the Bulldogs Christmas R
slackened their pace and droppedthe you a Merry and may the

ANY PAINT I MAKE AND I'LL GIVE victory. true spirit of Christmas with I w6
YOU A GALLON OR QUART WITH EACH Top scoring honors jn the game go. you -....,........., .. ."'", < <, .
went to Melrose's Calvin O'Steen _0'
ONE YOU BUY ...... + .
who led with 12. He was followedby throughout the ye fir. !t'. '
'r'tf,} .. ,_
/ ..;
Anthony's Ronnie Granthamwho :,r: ,.-. ._. .
scored 10. Please be careful with Christmastrees { .'C ... < '
{ .
The Melrose girls made-it five your it .. '
.. .
wins in six starts and remained > .
M'1 -
for fear -" : ftt ,: '
of fire.
undefeated in the Conference as :

: they downed the visitors 65-43 The
Ilene Strickland showed her usual o t
Best wishes
M 1 scoring talent as she took top ,

Prices. start at ?2 pet; c t.; $5.98 per gal. bonors for the night with 24 HAPPIEST

points. Anthony's Barbara Arthurwas

MARYCARTERPAITS1ORE: : close with 21. R. H. Green Jr. NEW YEAh b.wti
Friday night, however, the ,

335 N. Temple Starke, Fla. -- Ph. WO 4.8565 Bulldogs snapped their five-game -'-'::.- of all...
losing streak on the home court Brooker
STARKE FLORIDA with a win in the final quarterover i tip

Fort White, 6151. It was P
their second victory of the season.

Trailing 35-26 at halftime and .
down 44-38 after three quarters,

the Bulldogs, with sophomore Ray
J Renfro leading the way, broke
lose for 23 points while holdingthe .oy ro. Al.

visitors to a mere seven. ) L .
Larry Cooper who fbuled ,ou .

at the start of the fourth 'quarter : e.: : ..:
poured in 27 points to take top : ".: 4

j scoring honors. Renfro followed Q tA. PWI

with 13' and Calvin .O'Steen added ". ,ft. '. ,
11.The. 41r '.

Melrose girls won their .
sixth game in se.veq starts with.. ; '
4520ictory over the visitors I from your I

Ilene Strickland led UK wax with ,

19 poin,'and "MarciaHffliard Sunshine [Service friends and neighbors

added 12. Outstanding guard play ,.
was turned in by Dot Price, Joy uK jYSr ,
Morrie and Becky Brice.
I'd like to take this opportunityto

wishall of you a very Merry @ fLOR.IDA'OVlfR! &LIGHTCOMPANY: fl
Christinas. May you have the best
of everything. Christmas is a f

wonderful time of year, but let's .t
try to spread that peace and goodwill ,
through the year. And pleasedon't J. H. DuPre C. R. Tillman !
offer the toil present is opened may the good
long '
wh birth.
ferget you'reCelebrating. '
C.._ A. ,Strickland. M. E.. Noegel
of the Christmas season iwiwiawi* you.. ..
Cheer Bye now. See you next week. '" V '
,,:' ,.Maxie.,? Carter Jr. S. C. Laura more i&-
DeW/tf/ C. Jones CHURCH:'MELROSE, -'-W.- D. Kelley M. D. Riley

51.,H. Brrf rle,>Minister :-A. E., Adkins "
'"Bfown/ee Chdstccn Ash :
Sunday School, 8:45: a. m fy: .
11:15. Episcopal YoungPeople, R. O, Darlsb Y N. C. Horne

,- t., Starke, Florida Morning Prayer and Sermon, StarkeIlorid ) t

7:30: p. m. Holy Communion each
first SUad .Y. : -
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T TTTTTTTTTi RT1n11nnt1 r--printed Wednesday instead of, on yyyft\YTyf'y'fYTYYYYYYYYY, ........Y...... ...... t.ssssa<... Y.ssssa thfft"wantfj a EHi3sfas r d all know where I live, come onII1d 'F.uni BAprrsrLaWtey "CJUJ: 1J"-

Thursday as usual the write-up I NEWS OF tIMfEREST; TO :;COLORED i Shirley. and, Mrs. Godwin called hell me with it. One little
about- the Christmas program Jiiraiu on the Stricklands and heir : item be that much '
HEILBRONN : ,. :_got news' would A. Er Massey. >rasor
held Monday evening of this week CITIZENS tfF BRADFORD COUNTY trees. II.we.can not-give presents help.} We 'are able to write again
Bible 1Q
will be' in the issue. school? Lf rriu
By Mrs Harvey McCarthy given -! bj Mra. 'j. L. dtrieltlandAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA( we, the_ Stricklands, can give afew aod wJl'' try tq take care of all Preaching 1L m. '
k "Mrs Russell Redding returned By Ozora J. Shell.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Christmas trees and plenty
news given to us. Evening Service, 7:30: m.
home the first of last week after u cf good wishes.
I __ Bible Study"apd; Prayer ,Meet
.rand v an enjoyable visit with her son !THE Riaitr poorr' for the
Greetings, Folks, a very "We were sorry to 'learn1 that\ Carlos ,and Franklin Manning fug, 7:30
Merry Christmas Eve to you and and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Pioneer Citizen SuccumbsRev. gain. They range"in ages' to 12 Jessie Manning and_Genie Pad sawed wood far: ,the .Stricklands way you write. Come in.and se- : p :m.,,yVednesday.

you and especially 'you. Mrs. Raymond Redding and baby James 'W. Robinson ol\\years and all. are boys, gett, are,both.hi}_the hospital and Saturday,with.a crosscut.saw.Wewant left your 4vort eESTRBROOK Radio profram8 to 8:30: a,
1 of Wildwood FpontalB Pp.. ,tiq.EGRAPILI m" each Su.xiay over station
at ,
Bradford County passed
Rev. Jones, pastor Of Heilbronn away CHUKCtt NEWS hope they are both recuperating to sax these boys, both ; t\'RGR '
Church, rendered an inspirIng sermon -: Miss Marilyn and Pearson Cox, the home of his daughter, Mrs. Antioch BaptistChurch and can soon be at home, again. school boys sure did some workto '9 Starke. J
at both the morning- and students of' the University at Wilhelmena Brooks on ,Thursday Antioch ptiSt- Church Rev. Also there was a special request saw-.the. old oak tree .Jim had --' -? -

evening services Sunday. Chorister Gainesville are spending the morning Dec. 18. He was a retired George W.. ,,Lee.. Sr. pastor held made, at the, Highland Church chopped down, a, few daye before. .. That's Our .
Russell Redding led toe conj j{Christmas holidays with their parents minister of the Methodist regular Christmas program Sun- Sunday for prayer for three'.people We were able to attend Sunday Butinetr. *

jjregation in hymns and Christmas:r ;.Mr. and Mrs1. E. L. Cox, Episcopal Church. He was born in oay at 3:3011.., m. ,The ,program who are in the hospital We School and church services Sunday If It's Glass We Hara It!
carols Sunday morning. Doling j t family and their many friends. I-awtey and spent most of his was practiced by Mrs.Emma Williams failed to get the :names.,but hope and we taught our.dass.againVe 1ffI CALL WRITE or VISIT

the evening worship, the 'song r'"Mr. ana 'Mrs. Clinton Norman years in Christian' service and education and Mrs. MabIe J. Lee, all of you praying people_ will remember ese children and

Service was led by Mrs. R. L..Moran I!of Jacksonville visited Sunday ,, hi Bradford County and music, Ozora Shell. Gifts were ; these: who have asked for are always glad we :are, I able, to
; Assistant Chorister witti* the with' Mr. Norman's parents Mr. the State of Florida. He leaves tomcurn purchased for the scholars and prayer. teach them. We just hope they do Joe Peters Glass >Co
talented and Mrs. Prank his loss one daughter, Wil: learn .a., little from our teaching. .
Miss Barbara Jean Nor-I Norman and family. guests by Sisters Gertrude Carter James Godwin and family of '
man at the( Pano. Invitation: helmena Brooks of Starke, two and E_ Williams.Deacon Clarence Maxville visited James.,sister Next Sunday we., will have our .'on 'ANY GLASS NEED

is extended 'to all to toms .and Warren Johns visited in! Gain- sons, Julian Robinson of Newfoundland Williams is Supt of the .school.A Shirley Padgett [Mfs..WilUe.Pad. Flannel.Board.touse. You folks We Design Modem\ Store Fronts

worship with us at you conven urine Wednesday! afternoon of and R. J, of Atlantic very liberal. collection was. giv- gett] Sunday, and they decided rho hive thildren1 in the Nurery Just Mail! UsA Pattern, for
ience. Good preaching, singing last 'weekMr City;; N" J.: one brother, Isaac en by the audience and was No. 2 and ,Beginners, hrlI1g themon Table Tops
I Robinson of Toledo Ohio; a son- We to Sunday .School. We haye ,r
nand placed in the treasury of the are happy have our sis-
Christian fellowship and Mrs. Henry Thorntonand
t. ., await_ ; in-law Hayword Brooks, three Sunday SchooL Visitors,, included ter' and member home for the about 16, enrolled and had ail of 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353
childien visited .
Sunday with
you, always. Prayer' ,meeting. will" Mr and Mrs. Martin Wilkinsonof daughter-in-Iaws. Bertis Robinson Sisters Marion Dell and Laura holidays, Bettye Jean .Jenkins, \two present Sunday, Of .the, 165

be I very interesting" tonight 'as Bostwick and Mr. and Mrs. of Starke, Alta :Mae Robinson of Whitmore of Bethel Baptist She is an advanced sophomore at! enrolled: the 'whole Sunday N r

Rev. Jones brings special heartwarming Audrey Batton of Green Cove Atlantic Cityt N. J. and Naomi Church. Guest participants. were: Florida: Normal and Industrial School there were 52 present, and

message for this Christmas Springs. Robinson of' Newfoundland.t Several Jackie and Debbie Marshall Val- Memorial College, St. Augustine. (ne of them'was a visitor. If the Would
Eve. grandchildren; and'a host of era, Marion Jenkins and scholars She is the eldest daughter of Rev.' Lord should appear today and,ask a your
I Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. cousins; aunts, nephews and cf Calvary Baptist Church.A and Mrs. Alphonso Jenkins, Sr. of us.why> we did, not attend,church insurance
Due to the fact, our paper was I L. Morgan was ,their niece and, SkIS cover
Sunday School
njeces. He.: won many friends during special selection was rendered Stark, Joan,'Jenkins, reporter. ,Sunday,
Miss Faye_ Morgan of Jacksonville. his honored Bradford \ just where we were, I wonder ,
life time and
was by the Antioch Choir led by .County Hospital' News you in this .:
I Happy Birthday is extended to Board just what and how we could tell
by the'Bradford County Sister Carter, -"Glory, Glory To Mrs.'i MJ 1.. Paul has been released
BIBLE VERSE Mrs. R. L. Morgan who celebra- and Trustees by having the local The New Born ''King."Mrs. Lee I recently, Carolyn Morris Him? Of course, .He knows.all.'of : emergency?

ted hor birthday, Saturday May high school named in his honor, served as mistress-of ceremonies", }Holmes:ant'Bennie Clark Mother our lives anyway ,Just.Where we .
God bless you with many more. the, RJE School which honorsRobinson Lula Bland was admitted this are..what. wesay and do but hqw
gifts wtre-presented by the com-
And now, from our church to ,, Jenkins and Ellerson niittee,, remarksby Pastor- Lee ftek. JL; 1.. Aaron;still in. the could we answer.jt. He.should ask Would your insurance protect you from financial las* &* $*
your churches, from our community two who, are now deceased. The and others ., hospital.;! also Ophelia Thomas us just how we spend> .our ..time? result of damage by a fallen tree? Our "1-Policy"1 Plan pro
to your communities from our final' services were' held on Tuesday ; and:'Berth Brown. Friends and Anyway, just.27 of $he .42, were tests you against losses from this and a long list of other hazards t

home to your homes and from me at Mt. Moriah Methodist Next regular- service will beheld family-ere Invited to .visit thesepatieDu 100.per ,cent.. including fire...theft. .liability. ...wind.,, swgU
Sunday Jan Read this column ,
,I to each of you, whoever you are,, Church -on' N. Oak Street' with fop-the location: =of Watch: Night and extend the Christmas' The Intermediate class still ...explosion.You owe it to yourself to give us a cap\,>.goer/ t
and wnere ever you may be this Rev H. J.. Bulnt, pastor offish erVIC25.", spirit to, our i.shutins.. Mr.. Ed- have that attendance banner.
Yuletide Message: ting:Fie was4laiJ( to 'rest'' bY' theHugh'esChes.tnut moods administrator of hospital.has Wonder why the) Adult men or I

"Merry Christmas and may God ) funeral 'directbrs 'We regret that Mother Lula been very generous, in, using women do not..try once 4111 year H. C. \WALL AGENCY '.
Butunto yo'vT that fear my ever ''be- near, you to guide, pro- in The Peach'ville'cemeterY in Bland is still on tale.-sick listandwas blood 'from the: bank save tot take this banner from the,In-
name shalf.the'Sun of righteousness tect ''and bless you and yours.- Lawtey, Florida. placed in! Bradford County the lives.of our.patients. He asks termediates? The, Juniors; and STARKE FLA., r,
iltSC-with healing rat.his bye how Hospital Monday this week..We do
Primaries to takt
manage .
wucfcU.. Christmas Party persons who.feel strong] .
u ask all The members, to visit her
MALACHI: to'please come to the SOMETIMES, but not -so. often.Let's the Hartford Fire InsurraM / .
|The 12 employees I of Big Dad end for her : Represent irt4 : fMf*
Manufacturing company of pray speedy recovery. your earliest convenience.and d o- all, we mean EVERY: CLAS.S. ........-.., -. t- ... ,
"""!'. Allen Chapel AME Church try and take the banner .frpm
n '
nate'a pint of blood. You. don't
Starke were. givenV: their 'annual I
Allen Chapel A. M. E. ChurchRev. them for,awhile. Shsw-them the .
the have to-:wait:: until someone in
Christmas-party at cafe of
;Sunday School 9:45 AM L. A. Sampson, pastor will your immediate family sick aient .the.onlY ones.who can.a t-]
Mrs. W. Brooks. A delicious meal or
hold regular trustee Sunday
Appliances Was+ served' by Mrs. Gloria Graham in hospital; ,do it:novt. Rememberbyrgiving tend Sunday School. < TO ALL
Morning Worship11 AM ', *i. i stai'tingwith Sunday; School Among, the. visitors for churchwas
I pint of blood the
\ tfso a
served as assistant to
Supt. Irene Thoma in charge, North. We had fiye
Your .Friendly Rev. ,
I Ii Training Union;... 6:15 PM:: ,!. Mrs. Br cks. All persons present morning service 11 a. m., eveningservice life you save.may'be.your own'.' preachers present.
reported a1 delightful, fellowshipand I Christmas' Seal Report
.Norge Dealer 6 p. m. Annual Christmas The Christmas program at the
;, Eve. Worship.' . 7.:30, P.Ml. -VonNQRGE. a wonderful m al. This is the program will be' held at the i ,ICiis.stever..tats late to do good. Highland church is to be Wednes
second year the party has been & if you have not paid for.yourXm'as" "
APPLIANCES church Friday Dec 26 at 8
; ; p. m day,jtiight at 730.; Presents, exchanged -
hfeld at Brooks"-Cafe.' Beautiful 'All members seals do so ,today:. ,Mrs. .f
and friends
are.;'invited all treats left from dis
Mad .MAYT10. WASHERS gifts were given td all the employees to attend. Mack' S.-Fetch, seal ,sales chairman '
so Street Remember; our, tributing at this service, will ,be
L by Mr Fintaer general is 'countlng-on each oLiyouto'
: ; sick during the holidays*They areas taken,.and presented to the ldren's -
HEATERS Ud hianager of the plantEastern < follows Sisters make1 her report::the best in.the l
: Helen Smith, Jacksonville. We
: i Home., in
FLOOR FURNACES Star"Antifversary history of this project:to help,in
Baptist Church Ella Parker, Mary Bennettanfl are glad we can. do something,'
We Service All Makes |Den Chapter No. 168 of the Or- Bro. Ciscero Leggett. This is where tM: fight against'tuberculosis We even if it is not so much, for these

her of Eastern; Star celebrated i its real misisonary.'work must begin,. havenot.licked if yet"The fight. children. If.,each church wouldhelp
: ((900 Block W. Madison St. Of: Appliances. has ,just: begun,, *
.. ., .J first anniversary and annual E. J. Givens, reporter. these children in these
PIHUi'E:CWO 4-7511 Christmas observance at Allen I Pleasant Grove Methodist Church Season, Greetings homes, and the people in the Old 11 t
J. H. Mabry\ Jr., Pastor Starke'FloridaFIRST Chapel A. M. E. Church on Sunday I Pleasant Grove Methodist -editou--wishes to thank the Folks Home, they would all hav .
at 2,p. m. Worthy Matron Church Rev. ,H. J Janie,S Mitchell'' was in charge.I:held >regular: service last Sunday > :their cooperation and..newstl'om would too.

A1 very fine program was planned. 'starting' with Church School .at your membership. during .No one gave us any news this ,
:The message was delivered by 10 a.' m. Supt.. Leo .DeSue in '1958 with the hope that you w illweek no one came to see us except ,
BAPTIST Church StarkeRev. Worthy Patron Damon Dell In charge The regular Christmasprogram continue to assist us in getting Minnie Moore to deliver our groceries
the news tin OUR group, is
whose honor the chapter was was held Wednesday 'and the ones looking for .
Lewis D. Haines, Pastor named. Greetings were sent to '''night at 8 p. m. Sunday School news by havino-!:;-articles-,and information the Christmas trees so if you + #
the Rev. ''officials in charge. Dell Teach;this office not. this news, . Roosevelt Dell Maybelle aren't satisfied with
Jefferson and Court Streets -: In later than 4 m. each .
the Heart of Town Jr., member who has moved to reporter. p. Monday.

Phones: Office WO t6801Pastorium WO 9-2301 Atlanta, Ga., serves as pastor of Mount Moriah Methodist Church' Next week we will want' your newsbefore TO 'ALL.OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
two churches and attends Gam- I Mount Moriah Methodist noon' because '

SUNDAY SERMONS I 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. mon Theological School there. Church Rev. -II, J. Blunt, pastor'' Thursdayds New'.Years Day;.Best t MORNING We Wish You The
Worthy patron Dell 'delivered avery :will hold, regular Christmas 'ser Wishes for a.Happy: Holiday Season .\. .:: .. t .

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Trainin gUnion 6:45 P.M. masterful sermon and dial vicesSunday starting with ;, DEVOTIONAL. MERRIEST\ CHRISTMAS AND THE HAPPIEST AND- ..

lenged the membership to follow Church School Assistant Supt, Schools Closed MOST: PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR::
Midweek Service Wednesday 7:30: P.M. the star and uphold the significance Lula Jones in charge All schools are closed and will : '

of it. The next regular The program for Christmas was not're-ohm until:Jan; 5. Parentsare Speaker for Week of. "The GRAHAMS" *_
A FRIENDLY WELCOME AWAITS YOU will be postponed due to the funeral. *urged to keep pupils home ,
meeting held at the Masonic
'DEC29dA1V Bill Hank JOlly and Gilda
+ and off the campuses.If accidentsoccur 3 Alyce, Flip .
AT THE FRIENDLY CHURCH Temple on Brownlee St. on Rev.Robinson and will be held -
Thursday January 8, since the I after Church School, Sunday. All 1 the school }board and its Rev. W. E.1 McBIain :And .
constituency ,
.. first Thursday comes on New ,'scholars and parents are asked to. the- insurance t *
Years Day. Bertis Robinson, reporter i come out Sunday Dec. 28, during companies will not be responsible. Alvarez Store .. Established 1894
The perfect tribute to I i the morning hours andnjoy, a They are liable to your children 7:50 A.M.OTPETE1REE" : '4 -

Home For Holidays wonderful.program.that has;, been only when they are under: the "I I. .. ..
a cherished memory t' I Mrs. Anna'Wright is happy to prepared; for you by the churchommittee supervision of,,paid staff members. ". -I -... .
Y have which includes Mrs. L.
her-son "Buck" Chandlerhome .
Every funeral that we con ,4 for Christmas alter many M. Royal, Vera Coleman and others -I I. --: Motor Oil

duct is a source of sustaining tnbnths'awa; In the service Sgt. ; Each scholar-will ,receive a;. SERVICE : Can a

solace and spiritual. Inspfra.,I' 1 + Hawkins is ,also 'home in Lincoln gift so please be present Evening' to> 1. .. ) 4 i.r
tion City'' with hii wife Eloise and worship will begin at 7 p.- m
to the +
family *
: l *
,1'\ children. Plans for Watch Night serviceswill R '' .Pruning = Increase Gasolene Mileage?

h Hundreds of details are managed and economically t ,Fire Destroys Home Coleman be ,announced reporter. later Vera., ...-1 Bracing Estimates'i.r i ._ .- i.
attended to'that only a' trained :andL careful "* J.rr. .and" bin; Benjamin Clark ...
New Bethel Baptist Church :'Y.>;i y;:III"$' "''''''';''1'" :;;; ._
iion'can and family'' left De-Mossing ,/7r'r ii. *
orFai\) perform when the''urgent'need, were homeless New Bethel Baptist Church,, ,; C
of. searing is at- hand. JDqWITT after"'a'' fire' swept:through their Rev. A. B. Vinson pastor will hold : Free Inspection and { t .
Home and destroyed it. They were regular services Sunday'.starting .

C. JONES liiable-'to' save'anything"'"but the With Sunday School at 10 a.Eupt. ..m:: .

FUNEJlAL) ,,.DIRECTOR AMBULANCE SERVICE: c1othes-they'were: wearing At' the l 3; W. Hankerson in chargeMorning ;i Z 3 5 l 0 6
time of the-fire Benjamin;Clark, APFS ,JREE S
HONES WO .'4.2600.WO 4.2610 father was "in the hospital for service at 11.a. m., sermon -
pastor or appointee, evening e 1
We fembh'tne hijhestT type eerviee at lowest prices, and accept treatment. Sadie. Clark is employed service at 7 I r i+
p. m. OwnerIK.
ANT1 life;insurance"policy- in'force.'Issued by ANY company, as at Bradford County 'Hospital, 1 The annual Christmas Tree and.1' .PETE APP, /

payrpenfjln 'narl or tn full o*' funeral services. Consultation and Bennie works'for Humphrey Program will be held Monday /: y"'% "
P. 0. Box 774 Phone 5-4887
EA Palafka{ Fla.
Gold Corp. They be reached i '
carries BO obligation.. i can' right,-Dec. 29. Sister Lena Tim; 1 -;;.o ', ,
.. at either df tttese-places and will mons is in charge of the program AGENTS '--=- ''Absd utoly-and we're;; prepared to pro* b JOWe.J
appreciate dohations of 'clothing, -.t- -
"** *< **- I ( t>. w furniture or anything you cant :and will be assisted by a Sunday I Phone FR 6.2661 Phone 5IA. 9-3617 our Cities Servicestation.. v w -i j

LOCAL, MANAGER FQR: 'sbare t to help them establish a ,School the Supt.Committee All appointed by: GdncsvUltv Fla. Ocala, Fla. One of the principal jobs of a motor oil> h Denginat aebw
I : members and friends i .
olcauej. .....
'' fektio h OM .
< Home ; friC pn..cud. ,
for Ihelr .i ur- 'children a- 'toe invited to attend all services: j< 'Phone 1651 Lake City, Fla. aa -
i i. __ ; t .of >jasolena consumption.: ....

,So tb better a motor oil does ft* job. 64 teM.gajob
Jim Walter .. .J .
Corp. .4k ; '''\ you'use for each,mile you drivt. >*. i vMtWe

r'' ; ;, R. hav&- a motor1oiJ-Citiec $ vic4 SO Koofaotor-
PI18il .tQ 't 45Q000 j which reduces cogfa*factkm tad piotedi jrit4 patti M

BRADFORD ; before ,..'. jf
"Worlcj's LargestJHome Builders"WILL COUNTY, FLA. SPECIAL TAX never posabb. : a -'* -

: : Luscious Ribs Pork Chicken Barbecued :SCHOOL;DISTRICT NO. iscriooi/ ,BONDS doa the work*_ several oils..:pru Oder 3gly
LOW grade perfonnanwit starting"...lMdiwa grade

BE IN STARKE you J like it on open pit- "Georgia Style"J : TAX .FgEE BONDS"Dated performance your engine begins to wara jp*****)
.. ,
vi: .p. .. heavy 3Q grade performance to rtiut_ tbiaatog JB a

SOLD BY POUND PLATE OR SANDWICHES \ ,.io\ May 1,1958 n. 'Due May 1, as follow.. : hot enginG.
MATURITIES and A1IOLitTS' : wiD Otief 6tvIoe m
: Not only
f r TO, i. k 44'- Koolmotof increase our.g&901
v __. V.J** *"'. ;
Year also aot ca
.. Amount Coupon MatvrityVO ; 4 1h S roileage.r. p
ALL-MEAT HAMBURGERS, 1972 '$25, 00 ,3.63 (.t" a didereau ., pIIftI.; .b .
STARKE HARDWARE CO. 41 t R' 197& 24,000 i S.W H65 I c the rewlf ol U arcs prote orw'

P.M..TO SMOKED HOT DOGS 1174 127,600 3.7ct J.,10'.fJlt'tS ar Stop in and changa- _m Kool-(.
12:30 6:00'PiM. ff- re
Oil this
(They Are!;Delicious.i ) : 29,009 3.70 5.76"u r motor

I 36eoo 3.70 ,1.10 ,. -
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Whole 1977_ 51,000 3.70. 4. =,70
}, OfICKEN) 1.25- ''1978
For Appointments Call 53,000 3.70 3.70

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W MMtveat Stock Exchange : S50 First Ave. N. _
STARKS WO 4-5311 Hiway 100 8% Mi. South Starke =. _4'hit. \ ;.K' it ono .. HU Petersburg, n a. .
.. send .
14 YEARS IN BARBECUING Plea-lie. information on CITIES @SERVlCE. .
: :;. Bradford fat Strkoat Bonds t

clf t9'Fitllome! .' t tIt'8 A.Meat. Guaranteed To, Please It Is TBe Best I'.1M.. -first-Ave.. .-.. No. :tame ...? -.. .......... ._ y .. .", : ) '" \ .

I OPEN 6 DAYS A 'WEEK. 10 AM TO 10 PM Petersburg, FU. Address < ._ ..... .; .- _? ----- SILCOX .,CITE SERVICE ,

A Jim Walter horn? r PUoaui16Ot' City State__-
.. Ji .; 705 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla.7JTCRSDAY'DEC. .

L' '

TIII'KSDAV... IWt' M.. 1958
missed a' great thrill. Our boys
under the able leadership of our PINE LEVEL NORTH SIDE
Principal Hugh B. Ingram. Jr..
E 87 MM. Joyce T. Fetch .are making great progress in the Mrs H. BL McKae4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mrs.
art of playing basketball. They i F.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi AAAAAA Defeated Lake Butler 3422. Among < I

FAMILY REUNION those making high scores F. L.Thornburg of Clinton, S. I
V The family of Mrs. Steve Star- were' Jimmy Waters and Charlie I C. and his son-in-law, Elbert Bas- HI, everyone-and a very Merry

\ //b.r/ ling Sr. and the late Mr. StarlingCuJ Smith. Patrons, let's encourage well of Shannon are visiting Rev. Christmas to each and and Happy New Year i I
everyone. i
gathered at the home of an boys by attending their games and Mrs. Hall and Mrs. Hall's II .
Mrs. Luther Hilliard and family in the future. sister, Mrs. Vara Mitchell.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Carter and I I .yv
Misses Elizabeth and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp
on Sunday for their annual re- Terry, Mary H. Lewis visited -
Py union. Those enjoying this delightful Julia Futch and Ralph were shopping : Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott, an dwith and son. Lynn, spent last Monday I I
affair were; Mr. and Mrs. !in Jacksonville on Saturday I Mrs. Ophelia Moore at Brooker her mother and family, Mrs.
Roscoe Johns, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. and while there they visited Mr. last Friday. They spent Tuesday Harry Taylor, of Middleburg.
Suber and son, the Leon Starling and Mrs.,G. W. Durham. with Mr. Lewis' aunt, Mrs. Char- Happy birthctav to Harold Alvarez -
V family, Mrs. Louie Bell Wain- ]Mrs. J. O. Pam and family of ity Glisson, and sister, Mrs. Turner who celebrated his birthday
Wright and daughters Mr. and|Tallahassee are spending from at Lake Geneva. anniversary Friday, Dec. 19.
TO, Mrs. Allen Starling and family, Friday to Tuesday with her parents Mrs. Anne Fender and laugh Kenneth Hall of Theressa spent
from;; all of EACH AND Mrs. J. E. Ogilvie, Mrs. Donnella Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Red ter, Geraldine, attended the, an test Saturday with Carolyn and
us to aU of you,, Kite and daughter, Mrs. Rose Mc- dish. They all attended a Merita nual Christmas party given at the Douglas Brown.
happiness be youi.r EVERYONEOF Stephenson. and Louis Frigo, of Christmas party in Gainesville home of Mrs. Pauline Taylor in Mr. and Mrs. LutherGreen and
Jacksonville Sidney Starling- and |Saturday evening. Saratoga Heights for Elementary Mrs Eva Whitikar visited Mr. and .
YOU family, and Richard Addison of Lunchroom employees. Mrs. Gerald Suggs of Baldwin last May happiness be with '
the State Farm Mrs. Cox and YTYTTTTYTTTTTYYTYTTTYYEVERGREEN Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Batten and Sunday. I ,

family, of Starke, and Mrs. Steve grandson Mike of Theressa and We have an invitation to_ attend rov and yours at this
GIB BROWN'SService Starling and family. Mrs.. Helen Jones and daughter, Watch Night Services at Evergreen Q
STARKERadio R. L. McCall was the Sunday Christine of Benton Harbor, Baptist Church on NewYear's ::$ .
guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Mc By Stanley Crawford Mich. 'were Friday night dinner Eve. the ;z .,c
Station & TV Call in Palatka. guests of the A. J. Fender family. We extend to each of you a .
Mrs. Johnny Jenkins and family .YY.YYYYYY TTYY' Saturday luncheon guests of special invitation to attend our New Yeor!
Starke, Florida of Jacksonville are visiting her:. Greetings to our friends and the Fenders were R. D. Hunter of Homecoming Day the first Sun-
Starke Florida parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. An readers of The Telegraph in the I Sandenon.I : I day in January. There will be
ders.Guests Evergreen section. We are pleasedto Miss Judy Cason of Jacksonville good singing, good preaching, and Libby Sales and Service ..-
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred tell you that we will be bringing spent the weekend here with good eating. A warm welcome awaits -
Moore during the weekend were you the news,of your friends her parents. She is a graduate of you and your family at
their son. Freddy of Atlanta, Ga., and neighbors and our church Massey: Business College and is North Side.Wednesday. Starke, Florida
and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Torode activities each week and will appreciate now employed as a stenographerfor evening is regular
i, and son of Gainesville. it if you will cooperate by 20th Century Fox Corp. Prayer Service at 7:30 p. m. Sun-
) Mr. and Mrs. English Carter getting your items to us when you Donna Jean Rogers of Clear- day School Sunday morning at 10a.
and son of Macclenny visited the have news of interest. Thank you water is spending the Christmas m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.
Theodore Crews family on Sunday 1 Mr.. and Mrs., Hewitt Brice and holidays with June Conner. Theyare Prayer Service Sunday night, 7:15:
daughters of Columbia, S. C. are roommates at Trinity Bible p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m.
.. Mr. and Mrs D. W. Starling, the spending the Christmas holidays College in Clearwater where theyare Rev. H. R. Carter, pastor; John
NS Edwin Starling family and Mr. with Mrs. Brice's parents'Mr. and both training for full-time nie Cowart S. S. Supt. Mrs. Shir-
and Mrs. H. T. Markham and Mrs. James Rosier. \ Christian service. They.will be ley Gaskins, pianist. "The Church ..
family of Gainesville will spend Harold! E. Crawford, who Is in|here until Jan. 4. with the Friendly' Welcome." o, ,''.''.
Christmas at their camp in the the Coast Guard, returned to Miss Patricia Alvarez of Jacksonville -

Scrub. Charleston, S. C. ,last Monday is spending a few days ,i
from Congressman Rev. and Mrs. R. Earl Moses after spending several days with here with her parents, Mr. and i
l roo- your attended Homecoming Services at his parents. Mrs. O. R. Alvarez.

West Side Baptist Church, St. Sunday ,visitors of J. Q. Rosiers
i4t Billy Matthewswith Marys Ga. Rev. Jerry Harris, the were Mr._and ,Mrs. Homer Hart mTmn..nm.T.TMFLORAHOME l
: evangelist who conducted a ream daughters of Jacksonville f+ {

I UI" .. vival at First Baptist Church here Mr and Mrs. Edmond Rosier and AND T T
recently, is the pastor of this family of Macclenny. and Mr. and GRANDIN
church. Mrs. George Griffis of Lawtey. By Dane ..i l I II
I Miss Mary Julia Futch of Tal- II 4
and Mrs. Cecil Crawfordwere &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&AA&&A& I To euh and every oat'
humble appreciationfor lahassee arrived Friday to spend in Bushnell on business last
Christmas Holidays with her Thursday.Miss The wedding of Miss Eva Crews, ,
your continued confidence mother, Mrs. Joyce Futch, and ] Vivian Redding of Jacksonville daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. of you Ma; d* : .
brother Ralph. Crews of Palatka 4
spent the weekend with and Gary JI
and : Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Rosier of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell J Varnes, son of Mr. and I monthsand brim t hI..ppassti ,
support Macclenny visited the Frank Louin Redding and family. r Mrs. Julian C. Varnes of Flora- II I
Cruce family on Sunday. ;Mr. and Mrs. Don Henly and home, which took'' place last Saturday I I t prosperity t* a1c ..'.
.Mrs. Arthur Pearce was the family of St. Louis, Mo. are spending evening, Dec. 20, at 7 o' I II
Thursday luncheon guest of Mrs. the holidays with Mrs. Henly|clock m Palatka at the home of : j Ij
R. W. Sapp in Jacksonville. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Red-|the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr ?. aa ,
Bobby Norman and Mr. and dish.: Other guests of the Reddishes -.and Mrs. R. L. McGrath, was of 8 REdwards
Mrs. Carl Prevatt spent Sunday last Sunday were Drew Reddishof interest to the people of the West r L j
as guests of the J. C. Prevatt Heilbronn, and Mrs. Clark!Putnam area. The Varnes are r
family in Ocala. Thompson and daughters of the making their home in the Brock- ,
} Mrs. R. E. Lee visited Mr. Lee State Farm. |man apartment in the Grandinpost
4It in St. Vincent's Hospital last Friday Among our visitors at Church office building at Grandin.
tt We hope he will be at home' last; Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. }Ir., and Mrs. George Wilson
for Christmas. James Dunn and son of Andalu- and family of Jacksonville were -
Miss Enza Blanchard and Leon-; sion, Ala., who are visiting Mr. guests recently of Mr. and Mrs. -
sl and Prevatt are patients in Bradford and Mrs. Harold Beasley of Lawtoy O. C. Carnes and family at their
County Hospital. We pray all home here in Florahome. Grocery and'Market
I will be well real soon. Misses Yvonne and Betty Gas- Mrs. Alma Clark visited her sister Harmon Morgan
e'o.1.\S\ Mrs. C. W. Thomas and son kins of Jacksonville spent the Mrs. L. W. Moody, in Hoi- \
Mrs. D. B. Thomas, and daughter weekend with their parents. lister* the past weekend.
were shopping In Jacksonvilleon Mr. and Mrs. Cecil CrawfordSr. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Coleman Starke, Florida .ii
T.d T. Monday. and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Craw of Hollister were guests recently Starke, Florida ,
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. for Jr. were shopping in Jackson- ( of Mr. and Mrs. O. C..
Carl Prevatt were Mr. and Mrs. vine last Saturday. Carnes and family.
Carl Peavy and family, Mrs. Gar- Mrs. Lucile Mosely and daughter Miss Ilene Strickland was ill
sh Dorman, Mrs. Leila Peavy of Carol Jean, were in Gainesville for several days the past week.
You've heard this before-we know.\ Ocoee, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond last Tuesday. Mrs. Idamae Coggins of Inter-
Prevatt of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Griffis are lachen f was a visitor of Mr. and i
.Q.. But how else ua we wish you chi : Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Allender, proud grandparents of AletheaDelphine. Mrs. O. C. Carnes in Florahomelast

eO I ben of holiday cheer this to lay Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams and born to Mr. and Mrs. Friday.
Joe Allender of Lake Jrt1J Y. 6.0: D
son and City Eugen3. McDonald of Jacksonvilleon Mrs. Alma Clark is spending
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! were Sunday visitors of the Hu Thursday, Dec. 18. *Christmas J with her son and \

bert Priests. Mrs. Geneva Gaskins and j| daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. t-r
.. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren and mother were among those recently Kenneth Clark, at Bardin. ,
\ Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley and visiting Mrs.'Cinda Varnes of 'Mrs. Ronnie Lee Carnes and .
family helped the Warrens celebrate Jacksonville. Mrs. Varnes .1 ha s sister-in-law, Miss Sandra Carnes, .
Starke Taxi ServiceRADIO the first birthday of their been ill, but is improving now. visited Mrs. H. K. Tyre in! Palatka
granddaughter, Lynn Warren, at Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mc- last Friday
DISPATCH 24 HOUR SERVICE the home of her parents, Mr. and Clellan last week were Mr. Mc- The following Florahome folks
Mrs. Marvin Warren, in Jackson attended the PTA meeting and
Clellan's sister, Mrs. Ora Ames
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I or ville. On Sunday another aunt, and daughters, and their son, :Christmas program at Melrose
Mrs. Victory Appleby and family last Thursday night: Mr. and
Starke Florida Ronnie and his wife.
t tI of Jacksonville were here also. Don't forget the New Year's Mrs. R. L. .Johnson and children,
I Mr. and Mrs. Gary Buckley and Eve Watch Night services at Evergreen Mrs. Paul Hubner and children, -k t
:i daughters are visiting his parents Church, Wednesday night, Formy Duval, Mr. and Mrs. Mc- b

... in Dallas, Texas. Dec. 31, from 7:30: through mid Clellan and children, Mrs. Norris I T'-jt. \1 Y
i Miss Harriett Sheffield of night. Refreshments will be ser Chesser, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Kingsland. Ga. is visiting herbrotherinlaw ved. We invite everyone to attend G. Miller and daughter, Mr. and
and sister, Rev. Mrs. Marshall Strickland and
this service. Please come and
and Mrs. Earl Moses.tawtey i children, and Mrs. Frank Price
bring your singers.
w jflerY Junior High Defeats We wish each and every one a and daughters. a1//P/\// !
Lak Butler in Basketball very Merry Christmas and a Happy ,Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harshbarger -
.. Those.who did not see the bas- New Year. of Kingsport, Tenn. visited
ketbal game! between our boys and 1 their friend, Mrs. Mary J. Black- i ir

the Lake Butler team on Thurs- well, at Grandin recently. 4 _

w.r RISING B t I ria .

By Hn. Gordon Jonea I
W 1 e A.AAAA&A.&A&A..A.- e tivt3s

Those enjoying the f
a family reunion ,J
at Robert Norman's lastsale _
Sunday were Mrs. Maggie Nor i' f .
f man. Mrs. Elvee Jones and Ea afoYft
3 D Norman, of Gainesville, Mr. and
l.t' .. Mrs. Earl Moore of Tampa, Mr. ...,
t '" t>\ and Mrs. J. M. Keen of Perrice, {
'0 Fla. Mr. and It.
Mrs. Albert Norman ,
.i t' '
joouk and sonS, Mr. and Mrs. W illiamand
Morgan of Mulberry, and Mr.
Mrs. Eddie Norman BJ:6SSYOU

:MANY.;DEAR:FRIENDS! 4 r Mr. and Mrs Gordon Jones and

I daughter, Carolyn, were in Pa- .
'- .,' l lstka Sunday evening. :.a
.. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eddiewere s
': .::
., '. ., .. _., Norman over the weekend Norsedrawn'carriages: i are 1a thIng of .
? -:
.. ., -- .y Mr. and Mrs.
.l' .. a I". .' .'1l'. .'r'{ 1...... -' :. William Morgan of ha *; L IJt .'1/ ,
: r i. Mulberry, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. the
but -
I f 7'.A past \ iQndinever.
*. ". .-.. I '" V Keen of Perrice, and Mrs. Elvlee our good
..', t.... ... ,. >- r K, Jones of Gainesville.Mrs. J J 1J 1r .. '
L If,'-.,.._. -. -L L J.j' >- ?. Myrtle Barnes and children .. evrywhere a t
| .+ *L ..> ... .; Merry Christmas will I .
were visiting her other children EACH AND .
Freddie.Sue and Eva Mae 1. .-- ..' ? 7; .* t ioutefityle ;'

,, Hardy.Brothers in Mr.Tennessee and Mrs.last HerbertNormanand week EVERY. EMPlOYEE .. -. b r ; ,

Volley far. ings' .Grocery& Market Motor CompanyStarke children last Wednesday of Lady visiting Lake where his ere .7 I1

mother who was in the host+a. EARL'S GARAGE l. .
Starke, Florida We J & J BUILDING SUPPLIES k.
i. Florida are glad to report that Mrs.Etdie ''
Norman is home
from the ':
;hospital, where she spent a week.. Starke, Florida : STARKE, FLORIDAfAGE
-4 I She is getting along fine. >. .