Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 14, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:03405
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\' MK: SEVENTY-EIGHT: ST.VKKK I'LOKIDV I'IlltlV I>K:('K.MIJKR: U, 1'J.Vi! \I"11CFIt TtF\T1 I. Ire I...

I Hampton Father Valuable Ring Lost 8 Years Ago I: BHS Cage Team Lewd Photos Laid

Dies In Collision :I Found At Edge 01 Grandin Lake ; \Wins 1, Loses 1In 1

a 1 A \auiatle. nng) !lust mill than eight :jeai.i .1';;" ltH, A. To

On Highway 301 1 I ll.hop Sr. at the edge of Gtamiin Lake wa,. found rrC. entl} First Games Lawtey Man

after the property had been sold to rew owneis. ,

8'' 1 Bishop owner the the Starke Telephone Co. lost the ring I II I

A H.i.npton father of thll"'j" early in 194 S when it slipped from his finger as he was fishing.HikE's Th- Bradford! High School Toi- Milo Smith
i u,.itieu! was fatally injured Charged With Selling
were built and an exhaustive search was made but the nadoes got the season off to a slow
Surrounded By Eager Children o\'ision!1 'ftemoon on U. S. in:301 a about head-on a mile col- efforts were fruitless. start last Friday night as they lost Obscene Pictures In Service Station

nd a half south of Starke. iTIll' j The ring was found by John W. Foster of St. Louis Mo. I ito Lake City 43-26:: but bounced

I man, Donald Leon Keys, I! who purchased the property from Bishop about two months ago. I back against Palatka Tuesday Milo Smith Laute.x' :ser\ ice tation ojitrator. wa.i.!i.l -' .

l:31 rued in a local hospital Saturv When he sold the property to Foster, Bishop told him about the I r.ight to win a closely fought contest eel 1 Tuesday on a charge of selling obscene: photographs H-

"i rll,ht. He was alone in his 1 ring and said that if it ever was found he would appreciate its l I 3229.In was released under $1.000 land! with hearing :set for IH+ .. ,I'

ii V1: the time of the crash. return. Ilee.r3..
the Lake
game against City
Tin oi i upants of the other ('al',1) Foster spotted the ring as he was walking along the lake- I the Tornadoes were leading by one Judge T. A Yawn issued a w,u ,:

1 ;r >: <, L Pope Sr. of Jackson- shore. Discovery of the valuable object was attributed to the I' point at half time but Lake City ant for Smith's arrest on a com- ;Sylvia PaulkAuditions

'ie md his son George 1... falling water level which left it uncovered. 'slowly pulled away from the m IS .plaint from Wintbn Parrish. Statt j

li ,* rr given emergency trt.at-I Bishop said the ring is a 32nd Degree Masonic ring which ] quintet during the third quarter. I II Prison employee who lives i Lau i i For
in-ir ti the Starke hospital
was purchased in 1911 for $900. Today it would be worth much I Curtis McGee and Jimmy llobbs
1 iii-i. i 11'j to Riverside Hospital i iI I ley. A search warrant was alsoissued. .
| I were high scorers for the Tornadoes -
I;Li :""II'Ille.'I more in actual value and in sentimental value. with 10 points each. (Godfrey Show
tip I
w K..\s. a carpenter was aii : I In the triple-header against Pa- A search of Smith's station 1 I'

< Winchester. Ind. Sheriff p. D.
i 11"1| latka Tuesday night the Asquadand Reddish and Depu-i I
member of the Christian''! ties Fate Crown and !
j the girls team came out win Russell I Rtv! !

nn\ i-p and the Moose Lodge of ding produced no pictures. Brown ,
Barefoot 1 rio Lose Bonds tars while the B squad lost.Paid
:u Ii.ll... said Wednesday that Smith admit i
by sharpshooting Curtis
Sm v.ois include his wife ted having pictures and selli';e: ;,
Mi Gee the Tornadoes led the Ma-
JRides nikiilean Kharnes two On Charges Of IntoxicationStarke : them to Parrish. but told the of:' j
ants loons 17-14 at half time and in-
in- I li'undid L. Jr. Gary ficers that he had burned them ]
ivo-ied their margin by two points '
\\ .\ :.itKeys; and a daughter before they arrived. > 4.
> police) last \vtekeiv beginning t t" beluuthat\ t a when the final buzzer sounded ,

'1I1i11:1: Jean Keys, all of Itamp- !' new brand: of alcohol\ \ mutt hate !been :introduced! into tae McGee accounted for 17 of the The warrant charged iLII i>

t. I is h,.-, parents V'erme Keys of Smith did "import, publish, dl- ,
area which was: cauMii an epidemic! of shoe aversion. <: points himself. '
Hampton! and Hazel Ritz Keysoi tribute exhibit display and se.l'
arrested separately by the city police The Tornadoes lost to
Winchester, Ind.: a brother Three men : on 1 j junior ;' photographs/ containing nb.scei.t
Fire Truck In ParadeJ all showed the I the I'alatka B squad 1119. DubI _
Jin-hard M. Keys of Hampton and i public intoxication charges same symptoms figures, to-wit; figures and !l01. .

i :. sister, Mrs. Alice Bono ofIliirper They were nil luircfnottll. I ba LaMee made 16 points for BUS ; tures of nude adult females! it-

;, City Ind. ,I Only one of the men Pete I II .and Terry Futch 11. lewd and Uwivious po. E's. wi.! .

Funeral services were held at RABBIT SPARKS I 1 nidges, could give an} reason Ii | The girls team also won by a tend to corrupt the moi il-! ,,'

: II m. Wednesday in the DeWitt i for being shoeless: lIe claimed'-Mini margin, 9with Sandra youth."

\ C Junes Chapel in Starke with RECRUIT DRIVE Rafter; he was arrested on Walnut I) Strickland the high scorer. In the petition for the s, ; aT"

v ,"he Rev Fred Ixld! officiating Street that he lost his shoes The Tornadoes will play their' warrant the sheriff said: I '

r" I\lnal followed in the family plot )iiilx-rs, of the ( amp Kland-! i when running away from some last game before the Christmas I i Smith sold the obscene a
lyyr,....f" r
.... yi i>>.- 7r" .,1 Pievatt CemeteryIncrease jug National Guard unit can't ''in'ople who were chasing him. holidays Tuesday night as the A graphs to Parrish at 2 j.

le accused of to squad girls': team meet Lake But-
./( trjing passthe | A second barefoot man, Gene Tuesday taking them nj.

(.\(( .. ShownI buck But in a recruiting:; ''Edwards, was arrested after he lei on the Union County louit. drawer in a desk in the sera:, .

I )program:; started this week thej 1 had smashed his car into a fence station. He said Parrish boughtthe :Mi>.s S.K: i I'! : :' '

-i '. Collections 01 are tr}ill ; frantically tn I'....-, 'at a service station on south Final Pecan SaleIs pictures as a basis for ;< singer. Wits in :MMM.I\ : i-'

the rabbit abut Street lie was charged! complaint against Smith anN 1
where ",,he was ,audttinnc i l 11.\ t
Tin1 rabbit in this sate is :i |\.ith driving without a drivers finding his son with some which
State Sales Taxes Held At MarketThe I Arthur Godfrey cast for the1V i.
not too distant !
ami in the
due !| tcecse reckless driving and d: 1I \'- boy said were obtained a' ,
I, future slie i is !sihedtiled to become I j inn while intoxicated. : Smith's establishment. ent Scout program. Mi o 1'.111.: ,>

1 i mother. The National I audition was sponsored h\ tr: ;E
Novembei sales tax collections a Staike Stale Farmer
Reddish said
1 The third man, Olin Ruis. was i that the sheriff' ,
in Bradfoid County topped the Guardsmen don't seem to uant :Charged with public intoxication':, Market last week held its fma' office has received a number ot i Doyle E Conner of Staike.

flrtoher total by $.;.3<5.14. indicating to play nursemaid to momma I atll'l' found walking barefoot one pecan sale of the 1956 "off-year" complaints in recent months about i Miss Ardye Jones of t>-l. n-i.

that the cash registers werpi : bunny l when the blessed event i :Slate Road 100. I II I Ii season with 2,201 pounds of nut the sale I of such photographs in! :j ji station \\TVJ in MiamI.

i I jingling at a faster tempo with lakes place. Smith station | Miss Paulk was accom;>d-i.. '
Followed By Pretty AssistantsChristmas j None of the three showed up sold.A i Miami
her mother Mi.Pi
call for by i
'the approach of Christmas. j the recruiting plan to market official said that '
the rabbit to lupassed alpha i in Mayor's Courtlond.ty an- I Paulk, and Mrs HOjan1>/ :"n
I| The sales tax collections figure I iswer the charges. Edwards forfeited even though a few pecans are
down the list of lb. Safety Promotion
released by the r. ate comptroller's helically a $100 bond Hodges and still left in the ,flea the quantity )

office indicate that business in the 93 t'IIIi..1 men in the unit.esicli end Ruis ed forfeited $25.; is not sufficient to warrant holding :

('omit is much better than a year j mall will have to keep th. I another sale. I j i Talk Presented \: 3INJUREDIN I

ago j II rabbit until he brings: in a ncv I In other cases in Mayors Court iI j I II
The range and variety at 1.1.V I
riHTiiit, then be it on tithe Lawrence "Buck" Covington Negro At
The figures show that $10,741 i: next man. pasM's I was sentenced to a fine of week's sale were: Mixed 16 to 17 Rotary Meeting: CRASHThree

wi.collected last month as compared : cents; Teach 7 to 9 ; Frochers
The guardsmen are trjing 1. I$25 or five days on a charge of ; i
to $3.618 in November 1955: ; !i a\'IIi.1| Ming the possessor of !ljublic intoxication. He had plead- 18; Stuarts 18 1-2; Curtis, 20; ''1 C G Denny employee relation i lira
... in increase of almost 25 per cent. I II I the rabbit when the little one- |eye! not guilty. Randalls, 16 1-2 to 17 1-2, and supervisor for the Highland Plant i iI i were injun l early Tm-sila
In October the sales taxes col- | Mahans m. i of Humphreys Gold morning in an' automobilesm.Lsliup
t Corporation II
arrie.Monday. i Officers Perry Kite Jr. and
:".'h'd In the County amounted toi I Cov-I'I'i The final totals showed that th' 1; discussed safety promotion meth I!I on I". :S. 301 near theoverpass
the rabbit i Darden testified that
I night nah i Johnny
"HI< :20:.61rmtipttoller. .
< j !'
ods .
I gi rn In .M-Sst. Robert V I iitgtnn was "wobbling" and "stag- pecan crop this year amounted tr !I ur d by his company m a talk at Mavill -.

I Ray E. Green noted \ ('h.iinan| the first man on the I gering" when they stopped to only about one-fourth of lastyear's i at the Starke Rotary Club Wed >Inesd3y. Admitted to llra-.lford ( ount> I
> his
n) 1 report that statewide theNnt .
I record i | Ilosphal after the .ra..hf'rt'
production and the
: list. Next man on tin anendawill talk to him as he was walking ,
\ Octobei i-tnber sales tax increase over be :M-Sgt.: James C'brist- I Ii i along the road on north U. S.iTOl. dollar volume realized was onl The speaker said that safety j-j i i i \\iIIiun I. Durban, i':. (i. John I
; a largest percentage I ant,. : The Negro said he had nothing about one-tenth of that last year a "state of mind" and that con | Jr., and r ldie Allen. The hospiUl I
1I1"rt'l3e: one month the
r over The total I slant reported that all acre in
'\' I to drink. I poundage handler repetition is the best meth '
w tnie month in a previous year in'i i, Service Officer Sets ; through the farmer's market this od of teaching it. lie said "satisfdctorj" condition. ))urban -
the history of the sales tax. \ On other public intoxication th:1'1
., I year was 51,598 pounds, with his company, the rodeiul l Lwerations of the
.. '.. ... rc Over the state this increase amounted ',Starke Visit To Help ,charges, a $35 bond was forfeited with 228,757 pounds last compared year its employees comes first safety of( i| face, Allen suffered possible

r" _. .........'t'h.... ..t to 22.3 per cent. Green \ ry Otis Brown and a $2;; bond everbefore ne k and abrasions to
This year only $9,718.45; was production. i injuries
noted that the revenue from sales i Veterans In ProblemsAssistance \forfeited by Clyde Hampton, Ne- !
I the h.uan,1 Johns suffered
I for the nuts Last year the value The '
taxes in the state was greaterlast gro. Earl' Garrison, Negro: for- speaker was introduced b\
reached 8605787.; possible back injuries and abirasions -
month than that taken in in obtaining benefit ts'felted l $23 on a driving while m- The average !I Lou Hlllendahl who had charge 1
Season I price in 1955! was 37 3-1 cents, ascompared i to the head.
from gasoline; taxes; a situation under the "GI Bill" will be :;toxicated charge. 'of\ the program.Preceding i I
I to 17 8 cents in 19 >ti
that har. occurred\ only four times.In I vailable to Bradford County vet eIlonds' of $25 were lot f'lted by the talk, a programof

Opened By Santa I taxes Bradford collected County in November the gasoline total- ,tans Joe A.Wednesday.Crawford! Dec.assistant 19. whe sta'''l Lei<'I !':;son Louis, Negro Lescowitz, charged and with James driving Jack- t;State Hospital \ Gilbert Christmas Gold*music ire, Jan was Mundorff sung bv III II lOn Warns Boys

ed about three times as much as sen'ice officer, visits Staike. I without a drivers license. A Elden Mathews and Lou Hlllen! Fireworks Count
was collected from sales taxes. forfeiture
Crawford will be in the Count speeding charge brought Escapee Nabbed I II dahl a quartet from the First
The gas tax figure was $30.985: bond from DavidCole I
of Two were
$25 boys brought
a teen-age
Santa Claus armed in Starke' and Chamber 1 of Commerce officials t Service Office from 3 until 5 p. Ito n. \ Methodist; Church.
This was an increase of $3,120 and a $l5; bond was forfeitedty i into Mayor's Court Monday on a
last Saturday to begin Bradford he was rushed by eager help veterans or their depen d- Ar. escapee from the state hospital i
over the October figure and $1,651: James J. avelle on a charge charge of shooting firecracker
County's Christmas activi I children seeking a bit of candy ents file claims for compens.aby] I, at Chattahoochee was cap I I.SOXin'l'tIt:
over the November, 1956 figure. and within the limits.
reckless runningn t city
during '
lies and officially give his sanction from Santa's: pack. tion benefits or solve insuran eeict I lured Monday in a house about I
-1 Coru-.dering the statewide picture !|fired lightof 'I A smoked mullet supper will be Mayor W. T. Jackson released
of the 'intent This free service
to all men problems i two miles north of
After Starke ,
pausing to greet the boys I on
Green's report said. "It is held Saturday at the Masonic the after them
parties, shopping and good will and eludes assistance to employers : Bonds of $10 for running red IiI- S, 301. I pair warning
gills and
pass out candy apparent that the sales tax is in- Temple in honor of past mastersnd i against shooting fireworks The
which accompany this season of veterans under the GI Bill voc a. ; liJhts were forfeited by Adolpl
the }t'ar' !j favors. Santa was sped to the fair ,' creasing at a higher rate (than tional trainmu. subsistence oth er ':T/lnsslk. Leroy Smith, Woodro\\ I The man, Wilbur Johnson. }8, masons and their families. The I boys said they had obtained then

grounds to join a parade waitingto the gas tax) and will soon pats : and Jeremiah Leavy. had escaped with Clark Paul supper will! I be served I between t>i i from a Navy friend who had
I Kelly
Santa severa'
Though kept problems. I
; match in his
honor. the tax the Gavin 25-year-old former Florida
gasoline as stage's and 8 p.m. brought them to Starke
hundred youngsters and their parents j I
A large crowd of stoppers, attracted j,, number one revenue producer !I Southern College student who was

at the waiting Call in SI,hot crossing December for sun'ar i I J I by the Christmas fesitivi. i ij Students' Eyes Examined .1 adjudged insane after he shot and

how the old gent was welcomed |j I ties were on hand to watch the|:2 Youths Held
with 'oml cheerwhen the trair 1 i
marchers as they wound their w.v, I Sunday.
111111rollN in ]: through/ town. Santa greeted the IOn Theft Counts ,, When Gavin was caught he ';"1
\snt' emerged from the tram1ivith I crowds lining the streets from "sid he thought Johnson had rAg'f'l I ,_. "
nifive ,;istar.ts i! ., '" /<1
prettv "
1 atop the fire truck and was foi A 19-jeai-old former Raitm gone to Mobile Ala. Deputy I' ;--GIF 'l'= -' ,:

I inmate and hi-' Sheriff Fate Brown said the youth !Jou i
lowed by a float carrying severa' a 15-year-olj : : 5 E 'U R _
Contest school student were held in Coun '.\ as captured after the sheriff I B 0 1.
Lighting of his
helpers. I '
ty jail this week ( harged Win iffin- received a tip from a resident t / ., ,, t IJ1'

The Bradford High band providing in the area. ..I' -7:7: V .
Rules Announced petit larceny and intent to com mi \t :
Christmas mur.'c for the oc The hospital superintendent said I .. = =
petit larceny '"
'I __ '""
-.. : .
casion. led the paraders and sev that the ...
after Gavin
Bond was set at $250 on each pair escaped ;: .j:,

Rue for the annual Chust- ,'etal of the merchants and clubsparticipated of the counts for the older boy apparently made a key for the : 'r u i'ra're iJ e

mao tishtmg contest were announced Thomas Marvin Adams of Norti tocunty screen in his room. 1

this week by the Starke Old St. Nick stayed in Stark Carolina, and a hearing was 01 Johnson is from Orlando Ht'I i I &; : Zkl .. t V

Garden Club who will sponsor the after he parade disbanded to hear dered for the 15-year-old. was returned to Chattahoocher j 'IV'1>1 \ re;'

venl his year. the desires of the youngsters ant4 The pair were charged with, a J tI TllndrlY V i fti : 9r
D'\ lido'r/ !f /
Theontest is open to all resI- visit shops in town. stealing items from an apa: t

dent, owing within the city liraus With the Christmas season ment ownej by Mrs. E. J. Dowl- SCS Signs Bid : f, is i' yii .. ,

o! SUI ke. The displays must opened by Santa the merchant-, ing of Starke And from a truer : ,"u M.. .
be visible from the street and it in town are getting: set for the owned by Monroe Kitler of Rai I .;;.;:.00-- --.-.- ..' -' -<< -"; : I i S it 1 "" :.a..., .3 Z
I For Lake I .
is emphasized that originality, not f heavy Christmas shopping. Mrs ford.Mrs. I Mrs. Pete Fclos conducts an eje examination for Marcia Griffis, Survey w' .IIt... y
expense or elegance, will be the Marian Howe Chamber of Com Dowling said the toss hie 10. fifth-grader at the Hampton school, during an eye examinationsuney .....-..--''- .. ,_, .., J''!It

deciding !actor in the judging. j merge manager, this week issUE'*: severely damaged a room the> of elementary school ihildren in Bradford County sponsored Chairman: Foster Shi Stmtn ofI ... .' _"= 0. .

The i niitest is limited to two a "thank;: you" to all of the mer had rented from her and brok I the Soil Conservation Sen I i' < 'i : '
I by the starke JunioronianS! Club. The program has been underway ; '. _.
division this year as folio**: 1 chants who contributed to thj -> into another apartment. i Supervisors signed the petition fi> '. k
I fur s"-'t'ralI'I'k., and examinations i
1,000 have
over U-en made.
Private homes. Di1 Trees i j Christmas activities. Sheriff P. D. Reddish said that : a survey of the lake area whir: -

t) ether outdoor arrangements: Several Christmas projects ar Adams was released recently after i The women are now in the prose of rechctking children who rated i is to be forwarded to the Pep' -fJ

ist pnzt- $25; 2nd prize $15. ;i underway in Starke.fioti : I serving a year in Raiford fill,. |K>orlv on the first examinations. Those who show that their ejesightis :! of Agriculture during the regu'T: .

auto will be referred to held last at th
2"m' larceny.Memorial poor a physician. | meeting Thursday
Private homes, Div. baskets are being sponsored bj i
I : home of Lloyd Green. ..
dow door or porch arrangements j several organizations and the An LITTLE: 31.Rut: tTf .\TE joins in the spirit '
: Holiday House Tour
spon- Tax Group Recommends State Panel j tion does not in any way bind the of Christmas by dropping a gift in the Toys-For-
Entries will be judged FI ida) sored by the Garden Club is scheduled ; !
[ |For Dr. J. A. LeClerc \I county to take action, or involve: fhristnuis box located in a local supermarket Th'-
mghi Del 21 for Friday night. Dec. 21 !

In order to be eligible for l'riul' I i Last Sunday a program of special I A rose garden, in the form o- Broadened Sales Tax I any Other county-borne, expense Bradford County ('hildren's! Committee bus placed
I Christmas music was present As Talks Endi matter of business taker ; four su h boxes at these locations in Starke: post I
the entry must be officially registered j a cross will be planted on th care of were the authorization of
ed by Claude L. Murphree. Un: i office, fire di'partmfont'innDidt', and Setzer's
and ruu.-U be lighted between I i Bradford County Hospital groundin payment of bills: approximating
versity of Florida organist at the I supermarket The public i h asked to cooperate b)'
and 1 II ir. demonof Dr. J. A. The Er.Idfo:a County Citizens <<.hoofs; 2 i That a State Tax $60 and the reading of the: reportof
hours of 630; p. m. Methodist Church. I! who died week'WotL.1d placing gifts in the boxes for distribution in th- I
recently. |Tax Council last up Commision be established to District's equipment which
11 p. m each night from Dec. 20( I The streets of Starke have beerI LE'C1erc'said Christnuks basket Gifts of to i
Mrs. annual
[ this wee k ]its study of the local tax struc- i equalIze assessed valuations showed that the sum of $162 I money
through Dec. 30. Entries must be I I gaily decorated with Christmas i': that a shipment of 150 red am c' |tare and financial needs with two throughout: the state. owed by* users. purchase! toys may I* sent to I>r. Florence JrnI :

registered at the Chamber of lights and the Christmas tree or pink rose bushes arrived Tuesday!, recommendations: 11 That the The Council listed additional The annual report of the Distract I ninX', in the V>O buildicg.Vo"'ge !I

Dec mmerce 21\ office before 5 p m the Courthouse lawn is set aglow I j I from the :McClung Nurseries o f (State sales: tax be broadened with funds for the school system as us to be prepared in t.mi:

n"htly. Tyler Tex: for the memorial sufficient funds earmarked for the i Continued on Page lot! for the January meeting. 1 -


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I editorialHow ---44 Farmer's DiaryBy

4 Sam McGarv I
.. y
Now, Mr. BrownellThe / 4
action of Federal authorities in Clinton 4 Met a wry interesting young

Penn under orders of Attorney General llerberillnmntll 4 4 fellow over at Kejsvtone, who, at
of the 4 the ripe old age of ten, has al-
: awl a.a result of the appeal 4
Anderson County school board, has all the ear 4 4 ready decided what he is :going tote
when he grows His
of two of the integration 4
marks of the owning} phase 4 Harold Snellen Jr. son of Mrand

)program attempted Federal enforcement 4 4 Mrs. H G. snellen. lie is a s
of the Supreme Court's school decision. 4 5th grade pupil in Keystone I

It is also significant to note that Mr 4 Heights School: and he is going to

Prow: \nell summoned U. S. Attorneys of 14 The :-' v.tbei, cold d.dn halt! be an ARCHAEOLOGIST.. (Sam AUTOMATIC SKILLET STEAM AND DRY IRONTwo VISUALIZER SPEED IRON
lii' that Mr and Mis couldn't even spell it.>I.
conference in WashinhrtonIonday: greens Young .
sates to a Bakes, Fries. Stews irons in one Twm-Calrod heat-
and of cracking down on J..nzl)1'Inan are growing In Harold has a collection of animal elements
to discuss ways means Just dial temperature Switches from ing
uus tompame that attempt to enforce state fact then collard patch looks skins, Indian relics, knives and you want steam to dry at the Visualizer fabric dial
better now than ever.'e lemem- geological specimensenough tr push of button ,
for segregation on bu.vse.v Handy! new 10-inch Automatic signalSize
providing her that folks ud to like to get start a small museum. 1
Now that the election is over and the vote collared from us right after a light

are safely in the Lag the Eisenhower adminis- frost, as they said it improved the Incidentally, while over there we '.", ",- ''. ..",*,-, .}.t..,:. ,'
tration is obviously attempting to start a get- taste of them. took some pictures showing howBrooklyn

tough policy toward :segregationists in the South Lake has fallen, and it is { g
This was to be expected, of The cold didn'tiget anything be L.
and a sad sight to behold. We got under T PERFECT* (
longing to Charley Gaskins, for as ;
It should do
but hardly so soon. a '; '-/
course he said: "I didn't have anythingfor a fridge; about 20 feet below iD ," n
the of misled Democrats
lot to eyes
open the cold to hurt, except me the structure and it was hard to GIFTS FOR '
themselves to vote for Eisenhowerin ,
all d
fell over ; "
and I stayed in the house. While realize that only about MX or : .
belief that his views on integration -
the fantastic talking to Charley about the latest
were somehow less odious than thoseof 20 per cent tobacco cut, he said seven years ago folks over there CHRISTMAS6IVING
could hardly get a boat under that r
the Democratic nominee.It itill be mighty rough on the LL'
may be timely, therefore, to remind all little farmers with a small allotment came bridge. Hope that the fall in \

concerned of the ruling handed down in South the water level stops, soon, be- '. \ .

Carolina on July 15, 1935: by a special court cause that lake means a great ,'. ;' ( Portable PORTABLE MIXER
But the freeze did some cab deal to the folks in that : .
consisting of two judges from the U. S. Circuit get area. AUTOMATIC COFFEE MAKER '-. Weighs less than
to J. B. White- .
bages belonging three
Court of Appeals and one U S. District Court Automatic brew se- .
headwho had a crop about ready Hear from Foster Shi Smit lector -- Removable beaters
judge -- and which still remains the law. to cut. He said he lost some due that the recent cold may have Makes 3 to 9 cups 1 3-position speed selector -
Ueferring to the Supreme Court, this special\ to the freeze, but that he lost done a lot of damage to his or- So practical so \ Appliances I
court declared: "It has not decided that the more of the crop earlier from ange groves He is afraid that it convenient I

Federal Courts are to take over or regulate the flooding. may have knocked the leaves off \

public schools of the States. It has not decided f t the tree Doggone it1! Just whenwe /
Also talked to his brother. .V wet out there to look
of differentraces going -
that the States must mix persons ,. : ,
them to 1) \\ itehead, who said the :20 hungrily up his famous navel 1 ---- >;:;
in the schools or must require '
cent tobacco cut will
must deprive them of the rightof per really oranges. f.
attend schools or
hurt him bad. lie built a tobacco
choosing the schools they attend. barn a few years ago in the ex- Heard this week that hog \I' .;; '.

"'What it has decided, and all that it has poctation of getting a larger allotment prices are due to go up late this J
decided, is that a State may not deny to any and ever since that time month and also in January. Whenwe
)person on account of race the right to attend he has beeen cut down smaller and checked with some farmers on
any school that it maintains. This, under the smaller A B. said his hogs are it, they said "The way they are

decision of the Supreme .Court the State may looking very good. but that his now, there is only one way for \
but if the schools cover are falling off and he is go- them to no. and that is up!" SANDWICH GKHlWAfFlE
not do directly or indirectly ;
ing to have to start feeding soon. BAKER
which it maintains are open to children of all
violation of the Constitution is involved Guess we'll start feeding our AUTOMATIC TOASTER AUTOMATIC SPEED KITTLE Handy reversible
races, no Enjoyed a visit with C. 0 co "s cottonseed meal. We like the gridsAccurate
even though the children of different "Charlie" Welch, at his 410-acie range pellets because the ('owsdon't C-position brownness Boils water fast! temperature -
races voluntarily attend different schools, as Union County farm just over the waste them Lut the troublewe control 21:-quart capacity control
they attend different churches. bruise on 100, to see his new irritation find is that the mixture does Extra-high toast lift Copper and stain- Perfect for table-top:
"Nothing in the Constitution or in the decision system Charley says it hac not contain the same high pro- Snapout crumb tray less steel 1 styling cookery

of the Supreme Court takes away from been extra dry on his place for the tein as the pure cottonseed meal.
the schools they last three yea!.' and he decided to
the people freedom to choose

attend. The Constitution, in other words does get irrigation. lie works to off help the grow farm for tobacco ing Sure around do miss with hoeing bemes.and Howeveiif mess ... We Service Everything We Sell ...

not require integration. It merely forbids discrimination five days a week, and then farms we ever get to the point where

It does not forbid such segregation in his spared ?I time. He has some we can't stand it any more, there
as occurs a-5 the result voluntary action. pretty hogs and some cows in ale a lot of folks around with

It merely forbids the use of governmental powerto good ondition When we got there terries that won't mind if we get C J. McGRIFFGENERAL

enforce segregation." he had just irrigated a patch of in and help, them What are wesayinc"
action oats
in discussing the Clinton. Tenn. .

columnist David Lawrence }points out that contrary fTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTNORTH

to a wide-spread impression, the Federal

government has no legal power to require or SIDE ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

entorce integration in the public schools Such
interference at the Federal level would violate fly :Mrarl RronnAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAA STARK: FLA.

the Constitution, he declares. Any disorder out- = 0118! SOIL OUR STRENGTH =
side the schoolrooms is solely a matter for the
Mis-, K\',i Claik of Lake Citvind
l police power of the state and for the state Soil Conservation
\ Mrs G W.ehlack and C
court I'ays11': Lawrence NEWSRy friends of Jacksonville visited
"The only issue in Clinton Tenn., he conti- Miss Dora Clark last week '

nues, "relates to the behavior of individual Bill ILus Mrs Maude Wainwright\ spent ..
citizens in the community. They have as much Soil Conservation Service last week in Gainesville! "
right to stand outside the school grounds and Mr and Mrs Johnny Cowart :;

do a job of 'j>eaceful picketing' as do the mem- The regular monthly meeting of and children were Sunday dinner i A Christmasg ) I J

bers of a labor union who try to persuade the Bradford Board Soil of Supe-ivi.oia Conservation for Difttrut the- guests Cowai of Mr and Mrs Floyd "

workers not to go inside the factory or to in- held .
was at Lloyd Creen'shome. '
Rev Edgar Wilkinson of Lawtey .
fluence the public to boycott the goods pro- Those attending were the '- .
duced in the factory. If the pickets are dis- Foster Shi Smith, Lloyd Green, filled while Rev.pulpit IC.Sunday. morn
ing Harvey wasill.
orderely they can be arrested under the state Sam McGarvey and J. B. White. .
ReJlu'ey was able to boWe
laws and prosecuted in the state courts. Congress Supervisors; G T: Huggirs, Secretary are happy to report tint BELIEVE

has passed no new 'civil rights' legislation Leon Carter and Bill Haas. Rudolph and Patsy Sapp moved HARD TO I Ii
Soil Conservation Service
empowering" the FDl or anyone else to police The Board went on record as into their new home last week
local disorders. forget choir practice Friday
approving application for as-
at 7-30
"So it's up to the State of Tennessee to preserve sistance in planning and carrying :
order," says Lawrence. "Maybe the school out vvcikr, of improvement under Mrs. Cora Jones and daughter

hoard at Clinton in its bewilderment, thoughtthe the Watershed Protection andMoot' Cora nandina Belle Beach and visited children Mrs.of JessUScott Fer; i On Any Range Or Hot Water Heater f fIN

Supreme Court had written a new Constitu- Prevention At for the Lake and family last week.
Region Recliarge: Aiea and Watershed
tion putting the operation of the school systems
Mildred and G L. Sapp visit '
of America into the hands of the Federal The size of tne watersh is their mother Mrs Sarah Sapp Government instead of the states. Uut that'sa in Gainesville last r J
RO.OOO acres in parts of Alachua, Thursday: )
mistaken assumption. Policing disorder in" Bradford, Clay, and Putnam Counties Sidney Todd. Rev E. C. liar. I. ( J

and around the schools is still a state problem. The City of Keystone Heightsis \ey. and Mi Adkins are on th f ::: : j :::::::;;' You Can Purchase
And the school board at Clinton seems to located in the watershed. rick: list. \ : = ,

share its bewiderment with the Attorney General Amonlthose' attending a meeting _

Herbert I'rovvnell who seems to have forgotten A complete soil and water conservation at Trinity Baptist Church i With ,
at least for the moment, Amendment Ten of the farm plan was prepared Jacksonville Tuesday night wer P b *
for Paul Parker whov farm is Rev. )E. C Harvey, Carl Brow
to the States all

powers Constitution Go'ernn1l'nt.'hen not expressly which he reserves granted seeks to to use the strong-arm Federal town located planning on about to Highway plant three Pensacoh miles 301. north Paul Bahia of is Sapp Mr.Orine and, Frances Cowart Mrs,Ossie Martin Patsy Norman and Jo Ann Rudolp Mr Me!tr i i ii !! : NO DOWN PAYMENT J Jb

methods to "enforce" integration in state con- for his main pasture grass. "I'm Daniel, and Shirley Jean Aldncl! _

trolled schools and on intra-state operated going to have to put a lot of organic .. -, .;==

busses he is due for a rude awakening. We material in this soil" says mentioned that fire breaks shoul; I ,: NO CARRYING CHARGE ,
that before the Washington conferenceis Paul. He went on to say that the
predict he will be brought at least partially fields have been burned off for so be lands plowed to protect the wod< I '
over from

back to his senses. long Robert that for a I.all.soil Batten that conservation is made left is a sand.survey request this rfeop year Bradford wildfires.County We smoke-fr want t: !; 36 MONTHS TO PAY J

His land lines have been
Better Left Unsaid located and a request has been "
made for a soil and capability What Could Be Easier!
Ex-Governor Millard Caldwell voiced some map. Mr. Batten has been u unsound and unfortunate sentiments during a the District's grain drill to plant g
Tallahas oats, lupine and Pensacola Bahii: BEST-KNOWN
televised forum in
recently program
grass seed. We were checking NAME. IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION g k It j -l Ac'C J
see.The over the grain drill the other day _
former governor, who described himselfas when Mr. Batten remarked that
a man who wants only "peace and comfort," he wants to trade his 410 shotgun RANGES -j 1 of MTf ,

told the forum that Florida needs no new in- for a 12 guage gun. He wenton WATER HEATERS fbr ,", '

dusties. New industry might bring money, but to say. "The deer are startingto AIR CONDITIONERS @ ,
tt will also bring smog and "do to Florida just come into my fields and I need WASHERS & DRYERSGet --- --'. -- ." ,.JI.1rJt-. .

what it has done to Los Angeles," the former something heavier to handle tht'mwith" -\-0- -UR--C-OS' r- an,
,governor declared If it keeps coming 'I'd justas The Best For Less '
Leaton Morgan Jr u.,'11 theDiTitnct's ON AN 111T1r-- ,
'" soon live in Pittsburgh. he remarked. b AN ql/Ihs ,
chopper to chop hip AtSmith's AUTOMATICHOT
)lr. Caldwell scents to forget that there are 1 fields before ,
other than those that turning them. f1 AUTOMATICGAS WATER It'" I >": } 11n
many types of industry A complete soil and water conservation A ( :..
darken the skies of Pittsburgh with acrid smoke, farm plan was delivered Garage! RANGE HEATER (.:;H C)

and these are the ones that Florida seems to be to J. V. Edwards Jr. of Brooker

fortunate in getting. Bradford County has been -- Is As Low AsA I IA
blessed with several new industries in recent We were discussing fire conditions Sales and Service hoflr! Q ; ;
for this area when Don We Stn.lce0 Slakes of 'Y4S \
years and we have yet to glimpse the fir t I c _
Champion Farm Forester for Electrical Appliances
whisp of smog. In fact, the main effects: \\e a
Bradford County, stated that th' 606 X. Tempi Ave.POOXE 74 ,
haw noticed from our new industries are more woodlands are getting dry and J2t 6 A Week -

money in circulation and more new, high- that people should be careful Week With 3 Yr. Warranty .
: :
calibre citizens to help carry the load of civic: while out in the woods. Don also p __ >.... ._. ., ,. '_ .-: . '> = :
And both welcome. < '
responsibility. are very "2I -
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Another thing that Mr. Caldwell seems to I g !
forget is that many of his fellow Floridian THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Go''F'RS T C L-.AS-S- G-- o--G' -

while loving peace and comfort" as much as i EST. 1879 Ii

he does may not enjoy the same degree o
financial independence. They also love a good fd d I @ FLORIDA'9 OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Next Door To Winn-Dixie ,

roof over their heads sufficient: food for the, PUBLISHED CONT1NOUSLYUNDER SLADE GAS CO. Phone 121 Slarkt'. Fla.

family table, and a regular pay check. He should l THE SAME: MASTHEAD' ,

remember that there is a lot more to Floridathan L PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTEAFO: AS SECOND CLASS
the Gold Coast where tourists
areas provide THE ACT OF MARCH S. 1879.

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,....................... in Jacksonville last Friday. !, guests Will Burney of Starke and ',......TTT..T..T..T...' I H M.., McRaes. -

Mrs Mandy Manning, and Cei i Mr. and airs Everett E. flu!ney '! fut 1t'o:au'the grad!hospital toee avid En! r. tt.n S.ipr,: Plan Early and Shop Early A&P Can Help You :'To
LAffTEYrfj \ the weekend with Mr. and Mrs ; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynold- I :iuni:; >o well. .
Jeano! Mrs.; W. E H.t'.l:! i>'
Grandy Perry and Mr. and Mrs and' family and Mrs. Lomie Mose- j I I
Mrs. Joyce T. FutthAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi l.y Mr< II. M. Millie one night last; week at Hilhai 1 '
Howard Martin in Titusville | ley of Jacksonville spent the
I with their son-in-law and dauth !
Mrs. Martin returned with thetJ' weekend here at the Mosley. 1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThree SAWPLYr'U.I
I ter. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Murihe"-
: for a visit. home. {
:Mrs. Ed Carter spent from A film, depicting the life of new members were addedto Rev. Murrhee conducted the tev I'
Miss Juanita
Fanning visited the church roll at the evening the Youth ,
Tuesday until Friday: in Jackson- ices at Felowjlirmeeting :
Martin Luther will be shown at
vale with her daughter and granddaughter I Lynette Dixon in Near River on ;,!. service last Sunday.Mrs. at Pine Level! Hipi.--! \
the Methodist Church Sunday evening
Mrs. Robert :Meyers Sunday. She, with the Dixon family ; 1 B. M. :'ole Rae was called tc Church lost Friday night.
i I 16, at 7 o'clock.
Dec. Everyone -
visited Dixor
and Carlene. The Carters had as I Mrs. Dorothy |' I Orlando last week by the seriousillnen We were glad to havt"T.1\" '
invited to attend.
weekend guests their son, Charles in Jacksonville in the afternoon is <; of her sister" Mrs. Henry-I Mao Gonzalez. back \\ ith I.- ; ,
who works in Jacksonville, and I of Mrs.Staike Lois Waldron and family: :' Monday Sam Hicks with of his Jacksonville family here.spent Groover. {! church last Sunday. Tony h ."'' .. 5/ Swift's Premium or Kingan's Reliable I J

his friend Randolph Mikeham.Mr. Robert Waldrons.spent Sunday with the | Mr. and Mrs N. J. Strickland Grandma Johnson is still in the been sick and we missed ttie-n ;
and :Mrs. Truman Norman '. I j much :
hospital after serious burns suf- ;
and Mrs. Elmira Rice of Tampa
Miss Elizabeth Terry, and Mrs. Fred and Doris Pendarvis \'iSit-I'j feied at her home two weeks ago''
weekend of Mr. and
were guests L.
Joyce Flitch were at Trinity Baptist ed their uncle and aunt, Mr. I I Mrs. O. J. Anders. We wish her well and hope that 11 j SMOKED

Tuesday Church evening in to Jacksonville hear the mu-on Mrs.last Sunday.Mr. Cecil Hardee. in Highland 1 Mrs. Troy Bennett and Mrs I.I.I she home.might soon be able to retain J, tk tkpound

Arthur Pearce visited Mrs. Clyde '
weal program which was rendered and Mrs. Joseph Starlingof II I Hiatt in Bradford Hospital Sunday Tommy Casvm was rushed 'h
by the Tennessee Temple College Orange Park spent Tuesday afternoon. They also called or 'I the hospital Sunday: mornim ,at'iia J
Choir of Chattanooga Tenn. with the D. B. Thomas family.Mr. I I Van Patel. fall in the bath tub at his home
Mrs. Lelia Mae Hiatt is a patient and Mrs. Webb Kersey Mrs. Nellie Mae Dryden of He broke three ribs: and finclined HAMS
in Bradford County HospitalThe and family, and Carol and Debbie I sonville visited her mother, several others. FIGHTS ALL. COLDS .49c {
School bus children are missing I JaCk'l C.-: q _" t. '"t TAr''N ((1
Kersey of Staike. were Sunday Perry Davis and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and ..
and she TIME: -: I
her on hope evening guests of Mr. and Mis. Monday. hildien of Jacksonville spent Fri LESS _
I '.
will return soon. Paul Bennett.Mr. I The Theodore Crews family day night and Saturday with the f:::>'::' .tr'l c<_ = r. E =':':: I IP II

Mr. and Mrs. L. 1'. Rafuse were and Mrs. j. o. Pons and{ were Sunday dinner guests of I I II I : Morton's Frozen Beef, Chicken or Turkey

business visitors to Jacksonville family of Tallahassee were week-1 the J. C. and Marklee Padgett; +
cn Friday.Mr. : end guest of Mrs. Pons' parents. I families at Clay Hill. I :" t:> J c <':J 0 ; C for only
0 c
and Mrs. J. D. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. '-J..
Bryant Reddish.Mr. ';] POT PIES S 99
I i 0 4' C : 0
family of Jacksonville were weekend and Mrs. Bob Adkins and Lutheran Services 'II V b "It 0 t.:

guests of Vernie Padgett am" I family of Chiefland spent Sunday i l
family. with Mr. and Mrs. Winton Regular services will be heft Cleanfilling gift 1

The John Moodys: of Graham Parrish Miss Patricia Parrish ,j' Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock, at I pens : S
with the Leonard spent the weekend in Starke with .Ithe home of Mr. and Mrs. Geoi fKattfmann :< \' I- Oar'
pert Sunday # "Super-Right" Old Fashioned Farm Style "Hot" Pure
717 West !
Prevails.Mr. Miss Wanda Wall. Cypress St fresh Year !
New :
( The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt for a r
and Mrs. II. H. Hamiltonhad Mrs. MaeVelb\ Mrs. Martha pastor
as Sunday guests their son Bales II.seIartie and Jackie I of the First Lutheran Churcl'
of Gainesville, will conduct the ; PORK SAUSAGE 2'bbag 49ci
Norman, of Jacksonville, and Mis Bales Mary the Claude and Abbie Harley attended I services. ; 0 CJ r: : ;
Faye Hudson of Gainesville. Murphree or- ( (\ ,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd: I'arrish gan recital at the Methodist i Following services the children C .
i will! 11:1\',' their Christmas t .. .J. W r'1J 'jt
and family of Lake Butler were Church in Starke on Sunday: af partyRefaeshments pr"j. '
iili h' .. 1\
ternoon. Later -Aill! tn sei\vd ;ul>u J Jor '
Sunday dinner guests of the Aaror they visited Mr e .ct' C
s') Quick-Frozen Grade "A" Mixed i
Sumner family.Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Halley .J. at All peismi- \\ithnut a licnii. i '
and Mrs. H. C. Kelly visited Kingsley Lake. (church :aiiiiuitrii ID .ittend. G o I 1 I 4"< A .'

Mrs. Laura Colley in Staikfen :'01 r. and Mrs. Paul Dinknis Ji I ... . uIn It'!' $1.19
: c
Sunday afternoon.Mr. of St. Augustine were wpoki-m! 4 'J-- ...... .. -. -- ,------ ----.,..,. -.- -.-. <> o ",, FRYER PARTS 5lbbox
4 ; Ii,I l''
and Mrs. C. V. Miles and guests of Mrsv Dinkins 1'.<1,'nt" f Ii''
family of Lake Butler visited the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter. COLONIALFLORIST 47 _
P.afuse family on Sunday.Bill : Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Sapp SHEAFFER* L
ti .. ii
Pendarvis, Letha Prevatt and family have purchasr| the!; '
and some Highland friends attended Old Joe Peele place and moved in. O'rj WHITE DOTSNORKEL9 Quick Frozen

the singing convention in last week. !, o P . . . . .
Green Cove Springs! Sunday af Johnny Johnson has returned toy P
PENS < lb
ternoon. his home here after spending; PHONE 218FLOWERS O'd TEND E R HEN S per 35c 1I.IItl
Jerry Thomas of Baldwin, and several weeks at the W. T. Ed- t Big selection of models
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Smith and wards lospital in Tallahassee. I, and prices! Every Sheaffer

family of Marietta spent Saturday Mrs. Leroy Smith and family i I (j) o a' IJ I v Snorkel Pen is quality-
with the Ernest RaulersonsMrs. were visiting in Green Con ; crafted to provide years of
Effie Boatwright and Springs on Saturday. 6 writing pleasure. Only the HlI'E
family spent Sunday at Manning Mrs. G.V.. Roberts spent Friiday Ii filling tube touches the ink ,

family.Station with the 1. J. Manning Deland.and Saturday with relativesin I: For All Occasions ..-0 C?/ remain...point ink-free.,barrel and fingers B A N A N A S pound 11c ', ., -. \
atJ .
The D.. G. Wilkerson family. Misses Carol Fay Bradley Merle! -. < \; "''-:";-' ,'" ':'"v:'. -. 7FIIESII 7\
had as guests duringthe weekend Eoatwright Loraine Priest, Jackie I DISH GARDENS G LSheaffer's Statesman. 1t 'f-h- "' .:_ :r.- ".-
.. .... .. $15.50 __ r-. '! ., )
the ]l. R. Barrett family and 'olartie Bales Abbie and Maryj I POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY ) 1 Snorkel Pen. : .-, "
and Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Wilkcfeun Harley, and Mrs. George Roberta i J 0' 0 Sheaffer's Clipper .A : GREEN '.W a-:- J) VIS I'r, '!I, *
of the State: Farm, the V. 3Uitkerson attended the Methodist Youth:' a Snorkel Pen.,....... ..$18.50 ?? \ ,
family and the D. J Fellowship White Christmas ; o 4 i

Bulk-mine family of Jacksonville, gram and banquet at the letholI pro- Flowers JI'iredAnywhere DC .I'.. lea. ... ..r...,; .r." \._ r't '\ f r. CABDAE E Ib 4c <;? j:

Mi. and Mrs. O. E. Brewer am', ist church in Starke on Saturday .. 2 c,. o v \" O O'IOCH o ,, > ti "":.' .fij.! : ,
family! spent" 'Sunday in Green evening. Each member carried a i ;
f.ivf'spnmjs. with Mr. and Mrs gift which was sent to the :Mt-lli-1 I o
:ease I'rmgle. odist Children's Home at Enter Nona: St. Starke { DRUG STORE i 1 t 11. OF Jt 1'E LB C.1t i
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Raulerson prise. '
ami daughters visited Mr. anti Mrs. Georgia Ann Sapp ; r
i.lrs. C. B. Cannon Sr., north of --- = ---n___.___ _____ ___ GRAPERUI1 39c --4.
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Starke on Sunday.Mr. ___ .
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and Mrs. Leslie Bradley --
and family of Kingsley Lake, aIIr \(' i-

!> and Mrs. Marvin Warren of Santa / Large Juicy Sweet
Jacksonville and Tallahassee wei. Ij) Says Y 1 n

len guests on of Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. J. E. \Var- f T Ib bag cr

Mrs. K C. Johns and son, War

ren, and grandson, Ronald Krim
brell, were shopping in Jacksonville
Saturday.C. 11 PHILCO i'i'I h 1 Very Sweet
A. Bray and Mrs. Annie b GIVE
Jones weie married Nov. 30 at
Kingsland Ga. They are residing l dozen
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in Jacksonville. Mrs. Bray is lh< ii'
Mother of Carl Vanzant. And The Gift Gives The

Bridal ShowerMrs.

William Zack, the former .....,- ...... -
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Charlotte Tanner, was the honoree ..
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at Paul H lovely Bennett shower and given Mrs faMrs. We're Not GOING OUT OF BUSINESS But Want I .. -; ....... '. ..If I ...:.--:,_ .,
2"3 Fruit and Nuts
Johnny Bennett at the Paul Bennett % Over
home Tuesday evening. After Your Business, So We Offer These . & 'I ... !.ft.
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several and th '
interesting games t \
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opening of many beautiful gifts ----Ji; -/ r. ;,; Jane Parker Famous

the hostesses served home madt ; A ; Famous Philco CLOCK RADIO f; tlt : ; ;: :Y Yi
cakf and soft drinks to the following '
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: ladies; Mesdames (':0'1 .. ) .. ,' "" .IL 1 <
Gnffis of Highland, Luelle Tanner :. I '.../.<. ,...... ..< .. .".ltI-. .14li4Jh1'S.J//"; .. .;. F FRUIT I CAKE E
Philco : /
Arthur Pearce, Fred Moor ; Mahogany .- .... ......... r. t,1f. .:-'>.'
Sam ticks Troy Bennett R. I.Bradle '' N i 'f' "'" 'f :-: .
i aj -, Model 736 M I '
\", Allan Carter, Milo Smith 2 -9 l 95I 0'C:

James Waters Sam MiGam-v ? ; t .8 q 1 1I/2-lb Size 3-lb Size 5-lb Size

and Mrs Jessie Smith, and Mis I w It Regularly $49.95 :,

Webb Miss Kersey Elizabeth of Starke.Terry and MisJovcr f .... ': I I $ -85

Fiitch were shopping nJacksonville ; irf. Less $10.00 Trade in For : $1.35 $1"65 )
i"f y t. T('rm.s I
on Saturday.Mrs D .. Your Old Radio or Alarm J
Havana Johns of Stark I ..t 11'ee{'I' :: ......,.",..,.--.. .,,'VaJtr'= ,= ,- ... "", _.__.. .-
was Sunday dinner guest of Mr # l
!; Bigbigsaungs'Notanelec! N Clock I ) Regardless i
and Mrs. N. II. Hicks. -'
trio sheet or coverlet but a full : King Size Filter Tip Kent L&M Kool Winston
}lr. :tnj Mrs. R. C. Bonds o' quality automatic blanket. or
I I .
Jacksonville I spent Sunday with : edge-lighted control for easy
the Allan Hart family and Mrs : settings in the dark. "Lock- .
Nancy J t't'ne. i In" plug Unconditional I CIGARETTES I E E S ctnofWpkgs $ f.35
; 2-year replacement guar .
and Mrs
Raymond William of colors. See

01 guests Jacksonville of the! Ed Durban were week family en,' ': it01i.ho":;! N[ew Phl I CO Refrigerators I

'Onl $1 A .95 A&P
Mrs Maiy Reddish and Mrs : y
Francis Ilrfferson had as gund.r y
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guests Mis. Jimmy Brown Godwin Philco Twin System No.303can
und tamily of the State Farm : Double Bed Sue -- APPLESAUCE 2'or19'
and Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starke Weekly Terms; ''rI! i 2 in One :

Mrs. Paul Dinkins Sr., Mrs H ,

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I Mrs. Cooper Dies; I Post Office Open :M: > Guff Jr annoum e.; th- ,. '.
By Four Youngsters ;Set By Methodist
I j, .ake stores wll! ,ilr: rv i : ,
I: !Package Rules Starke TeacherFor The St..' k.' I'A.! : ; ,. ,"
Lee Xell Moorer celebrated hei Young Adult Class "! t,i-.r.i'" on \\ed".t-ii\! .i:1: :
Bum open rolltis! !
1 .. .
} ninth bnthday anniversary last i l'"tma"IL'.T.. MiOr.n .J J: II I I II II'". 19 t- .? > .m.>. ,.,..I.' t :. ";: .1.\.1..1'i :' : i< '.

I Saturday evening with a spaghetti : The Young Adult Class! of th (I this week outlined the mlcf.u' 12 Years 'I''Chnsta.a.* .. ,."I. .,. I\ .-". ,1. ",..( < ; 7 :j'.k!
i sup'per for six of her friends I First Methodist Church will hays II mailing packages in an effort t.-j'I I
i i.
i at the home of her grandparents. :, a Christmas party on Tuesday I facilitate the flow of Christina Mis Ewlyn Demaiee C'>oper.

Gladys MootyPhone I Mr and Mrs. J.V.. Andrews, at 1 I Dec. 18 at 7:30 p.m. I mail during the holiday lush I.60. Staike school teacher. died GIVE
35 i Kinnsley Lake. Admittance to the party requires \ The weight of packages i* limited -(I ir a local hospital Saturday evening 1i

| Lee's mother, Mrs. Jacqueline that a person bring a gift to10 pounds when mailer following a beef illness. ,
6 6 I II' I 6 4 I Moorer, used a Christmas motif: I for either a man or woman, no I from Starke to another first clas- Mrs. Cooper had taught in the y i

Christmas Program Jean Gunter To Wed j: in decorating for the occasion. to exceed SI in cost and for those see-and Starke Elementary School for the For I
Games were played during the I couples who bring children to al II zones t. past 12 years, moving here from Happier, More j!

Given At MeetingOf Bobby Johnson In party hours and a prize was won so bring a gift for each of them 30 pounds when mailed to a firs' .,Sanford where she had been a

PTA by Janet Vickers. I Young couples in the communit' class office in the third throng) j.1 resident for 17 :years. Ita Cheerful Christmas I
Elementary Sunday
not affiliated or active in a local eighth zones. A graduate of the University '

Harry Hatcher III was host I i church are invited to come and:? When mailed from one first Florida, she member / "
was a of
Staike Elementary PTA members Mrs Ruby Williamson, tanc'Horace
to 12 of his boy friends last Saturday !I join in this fellowship. class office to another the combined the Church
Presbyterian and the
were entertained with ? Gunter of Starke'announcethe Our birds make wonderful
afternoon at a "pirate" measurement of the gifts. They are easily trained
I length Order of the Eastern;; Star.
Christmas program at their December engagement of their daughter
party celebrating his seventh an- and girth (measurement at and full of )lose and affection Hundreds to choose
widest t
| Surviving are her husband.
meeting Tue.'iday'enin Miss Jean Gunter to A. R. (Bob j Family Night Set'By
in the Cafetorium. j by) Johnson Jr., son of Mr. and niversary. j point) cannot exceed 72: inches. Walter L. Cooper of Chiefland; n I from. In full plumage and all colors Raised and nccli-
The boys came dressed as pir- Methodist MenThe When a package is I mated to Florida climate.Larse
Mrs. L. A. Canova music teacher Mrs. A. R. Johnson of Starke. The mailed 1. son, Walter L. Cooper Jr. a I our .
ates and were given pirate hat any second, third or fourth class commander in the U. S. i
introduced by Mrs. Kate Sheppard wedding will take place on Sunday Navy
program chairman. discussed Dec. 16, at 12 noon in the and rubber daggers as they ar Methodist Men's Club wil1 office, or any rural route, it can stationed at Long Beach, Calif.; :: Selection of Tropical] Fish
rived. At the beginning of the observe Family Night in the rec- not exceed 70 in
pounds weight two sisters, Mrs. Brooksof
various phases of her music Airpark Baptist Church with Rev Ophelia
: mother Mrs. H. M. reation hall of the First Methodist or 100 inches t ti
patty Harry's j in the combined
program with the children. Shealso Lacy Conway officiating. Richmond Ky., and Mrs. Ida Billy Rose Parrakeet Farm
presented the sixth grade Hatcher Jr., showed the youngsters Church Monday night Dec measurement of length and girth B. Glass of Lexington, Ky. !
cartoon films, followed bv 17. A supper will be served at McGriff advised residents
< horus who sans several Christ- WMU th'I I Funeral services were held in
First Baptist a treasure hunt. At the conclusion p.m., for which reservations wil' if they have any doubt I i Highway 21 Keystone Heights Fla.
the lie Witt
mas numbers. A chorus of sopranos I C. Jones Chapel mj
Hold a weiner roafit was enjoyed 1 be necessary.The mailing packages to inquire at thr
sang "O.Ifoly Night" anda Circles MeetingsThe I :Staike: at 9 a.m. Tuesday with the
bell-ringing chorus played seveal Mrs. Vernon Silcox assisted I main speaker on this occasion I post office for information.I Rev. W. S. McAliley officiating I

delightful numbers. Doris Knight Circles and Mrs. Hatcher in serving and caring will be Rev. C. L. Spoils- Dunal services were held in Lake-

Mrs. A. N. Holliday, president the Annie Arm..rong Circle of for the guests.Harry's I wood, missionary to the Philippine I County Tops Goal I view Cemetery in Sanford at 2'': HEY KIDS

presided over the meeting. It was the First Baptist Church met in little sister. Gayle Island He is a member of thr p m. Tuesday.: Active Pallbearers ']i ,
combined Monday night Hatcher, will celebrate her first I Florida Conference of the Methodist Bradford County went over th.- :
voted to buy five record playersone a meeting were Bob Demorest Guy Andrews |
for each grade level, out of Dec. 10 at the church. Nine mem- birthday anniversary on Sunday Church and before entering top in the emergency fund drive O. Stansbury.. I:. G FREE ELKS'MOYlE I
from the Doris at a family pal ty. the mission for Hungarian relief. Miss Lillian PARTY
the Hallowe'en Carnival proceeds. bers were present field served the Paterson. P. T. Nolm and \\'. T
Several other projects were discussed Knight Circle and 10 from thr Mountverde and Zellwood Methodist Stump, chapter chairman, announced Jackson DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I II

for the PTA to undertake Annie Armstrong Circle. Each Mrs. Lester Crews entettai nat Churches. He served thr yesterday. Up to datea Home of Starke was in home ai! I
total of $:229: has been contributed
circle had short business meeting Raystore Methodist
with the Carnival proceeds an<' a a lovely birthday party on Dec Church ir arrangements. You are i ins itl'd to he the guest of the Elks and thehlorida
they will be voted on at the Jan then met for the program. 5 for her daughter, Carolyn, wh Tampa for two years and late' Miss Stump said. The coon I

uary meeting. There were UPmembel's ( Mrs. Nat Dankel gave the devotional was celebrating her fourth an became the director of the Wesley ty quota was $219. She expressed Theatre management at a I're-('hri...lma.. To
and Mrs. Lex Green gavea Foundation at the thanks from the chaptert' !1 Tin RIGHT; 1'OINT for tinwa Matinee
present at the meetinr niversary. Universityof Friday Dec. 21, at 10) am.n outstanding::
life of Lottie MoonA all those who iospnnde' you ttritet Come in and
with Mrs. McDonald's and :o.rrsSheppard's talk on the Christmas decorations! light Florida. He has been in thr 'I !sel.ct i untie and has of fruits and
a sweets will be
Iv in till fauirite : :
and promptly KXTKKBKOOH
hour andfnenni jour
social was enjoyed Philippines for 11
rooms tying for the lighted points of interest in the years and i ie
room count prize. Rev. L. D gifts exchanged. Mitchell home on West Madison now on his second leave in the appeal 'tm funds 'oiintain Pen. TFI.FX'iRAPII: free.

Haines gave the devotion.The street for the occasion. The refreshment U. S.

mothers of the fourth A discussion of the Lottie Moon. table, which was overlaid Entertainment will be provided !i; If you hate any discarded toys I lying around that you

grade were in charge of refreshments I I Christmas Offering by Mrs with a lovely lace doth, was I I for the smaller children in the | I can spare for the needy children, be Mire and bring/:
served during the soda1 George I:. Martin, chairman of f centered with a reindeer and MYF assembly room following :I
them alongTh( e toys will be added to the ('hrislmasI
hour. the BaptistVoild Alliance, highlighted Christmas balls arrangement the meal and duringthe talk b\ |
the meeting of Lotlie The beautiful birthday rake was Mr. Spottswood. i I baskets of food, and delivered to the needy family on

Sinclairs Entertain Moon Circle, First Baptist WMU. I decorated with the figure fo.ir Christmas K\e by the Elks.Don't ,
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I at the home of Mrs. Orie Wig- red It' I II
i using and white striped candy I UDC Meeting Is Held
With Dinner PartyMr. inn Monday night. Mrs. A. R. sticks. Red and green candles in Certainly were a lot of anxious I visiting their parents, the P. D I'

I Norman, program chairman, opened silver holders balanced the arrangement At Home of Mrs. Davis kiddies I and "put-out" mothers) I Reddishes and the DV.. Carp'I1-1, Forget Free Toy Matinee

and Mrs C. E. Sinclair. and the meeting with a reading of as Santa Claus was some two I tens, before moving out to the

Mr and Mrs. T. H. Slade entertained -J the Christmas story and the Mrs. \V. H. Nollman led the 12))I Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. L hours late arriving on Call Street Carpenter cottage on big Santa I,I Florida Theatre n Dec. 21 10 A. M.HERE'S .

Thursday night of last leader, Mrs. Leola Roberts, conducted youngsters in games during the A Davis were co-hostesses for last Saturday morning; Cues? I Fe. where they will make their I

week with a delightful bridge- the business session. It party hours. Mrs. G. C. Livingston the December meeting of the W the old boy will have to start us home Dolph was discharged i

dinner party at the Sinclair home was decided that the circle would of Tampa cut the birthdaycake T. Weeks Chapter of the United ing a helicopter for his annual from the Air Force at West Palm r

on East Call street.A give a Christmas basket to a and also assisting Mrs Daughters of the Confederacy at visit here, as the train schedules Beach last week The J. I. |II L rte--< = .----_=_ -- _:- -- --- --

Christmas motif was used in needy family. The program wa1 v: Crews in serving and caring for the home of Mrs. Davis last Wednesday always get bogged down during Kerseys have rented the Gay 'I -

decorating, and arrangements of brought to a close by Mrs. H. II the guests were Carolyn's grandmother night. the Christmas rush after apartment at 267 \\". Madison NEWS !

poinsettias were placed effectivelyat Grooms, guest soloist, who sang :Mrs J. M. Mitchell, and The rooms were decorated wiln standing around and answerin" I Janice (Reddish) and Roht'rtrl"- I II -) IMPORTANT \

points of interest. A five- The Lord's Prayer. Suzanne and Frances Ford. vases and bowls of white chrysanthemums the questions of their restless I Clellan, newlyweds, have rentl'.11 I -"r:

branched silver candelabra, hold gladioli and narcissi kiddoes, for two hours, most the Kim-aid cottage at .'6S N | t';" -

ing lighted red tapers and decorated ..1 A large white Christmas tree. Little David Cowen celebrated Red camellias added a touch of mamas were ready to sue, bu Walnut the E. L :Marlev? j ..;; _

with red pyracantha berries beautifully decorated, enhanced his third birthday color. Santa did arch a good job after have rented the Silcox houv> at' \ ';,1 'It1t

and greenery. graced the buffet:t the living room of the C. J. Houpt Monday afternoon when anniversary his moth The business meeting was he finally got here, that all wa .r 3S E. Brownlee ;

table. home when Ethel Biggs Circle met er, Mrs. Charlie Cowen presided over by the chapter forgiven Bobbie and Vernie Stiirklami \\
Twenty guests, enjoyed the occasion there Monday night at 7:3C neighborhood party for him. a I president, Mrs. O. I.. Haynes. Hear that John and Sonja Anderson and children will move to De-

with the hosts I o'clotk.o.lrs.. Houpt and Mrs. L A circus motif was carried out I Highlights of the District t meeting 'their -son Johnny, and Moines, la Jan. 12 where hr I

H. Jennings were cohostesses.Mrs. ;; in the party decorations I held in Palatka Dec. 5 was Sonja's brother Otto Lohmanwill I| will take a pre-med. course at
I the I
Paul Raymond; gave th r birthday cake was topped and with a I given by Mrs. R'ilsonlfrs Perry leave Jan. 7 for Cocoa, where !1 Drake University Add nt'I II I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

devotional, and Mrs. L. A. Canova miniature merry-go-round. The man and Mrs. Davis. John has been transferred by addresses: Miss Virginia SeweH!! .

entitled "Christ Florida Power & Light Co. Hq. USAREUR, Com. Z. Orleans
j I gave a reading 12 youngsters were given favors Mrs Luther Powell gave an -interesting I
j, Others leaving us are am1 Service Club, APO 58, New York Ij
mas Around the World. Mrs. L of party hats, blow-outs and Christmas story, "Gloria Wally i HAMPTON FLORIDA
1I : D. Haines completed the teaching horns In Excelsis Deo." Millie Muhlhofer, who are moving N. \. Hear Virginia enjoyedthe I

of the mission; book, "Japan Ad- The January meeting will be to their place at Keystonethis past four-day weekend sightseeing Evangelist Eddie Lieberman

I vances. and Mrs. Lex Green toW I held in the home of Mrs. F., II:. weekend after residing in am' in Paris Hear that

of her visit to Japan and the conditions Holiday House Tour Perryman. managing the Davis Hotel for employees of Big Dad will enjoy May He Heard N'itelv Thru Dec 16th

there. A dialogue on the Set By Garden ClubOne seven years their annual Company Christina-
Glad to know that little Scott Dinner next Thursday the Elementary -
customs of Japan was given Tiy:
"From Prison To
Mrs. J. W. Ritch and Mrs. T. B of the most festive occasions Handmade Gift Items I Whitehead, three years old, k cafetorium These af.fait.s Pulpit"Life

Harding Sr. of the getting along fine now after eat are always a bright spoton
holiday season will Decorations On Sale
I During the business session be the Garden Club "Holiday ing a total ofIt candy aspirin the holiday calendar Story of Dr. Lieberman Sat. Nite

House Tour" tablets Monday night Had Tip to the men folks when
which will For those
presided over by Mrs. Rilch, it be held on your Christmas
Friday to have his stomach pumped out Santa conies around this year Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzalez will sing
| was decided to give a Christma evening Dec. 21, from list who have "everything, goby I 1
basket to a needy family. 7:30 to 10 o'clock starting at St the Starke Garden Club Christ- at Bradford Hospital right after, better ask the old boy to let I

Mark's Parish House. I mas store at 141 W. Call street the incident Note that Loraine you borrow his beard for a while MARVIN E. FAILE. Pastor
I I I IlZ Next
tr. is Starke's
Champion has returned year Cen
Stork Shower I Guests will be greeted at the and see their many gifts including -
Parish House by members of th i handwork and homemade her old stand as a beauty operate tennial you know, and I hear '": : :-
? on Call St. Congratulations that a beard-growing contest will!
club items made members of the
: Mrs Maxie Carter and will be served Christmas by
Jr. enter tain-
I to be of I
the celebration
club. Charlie Lou art,! LonnkVming one highlights
ed at a lovely stork shower refreshments from a beautifully on their 20th wedding an- It might be easier: tr ROBERTS JEWELRYJ'O'
j Thursday evening of last week atI appointed tea table. From there Christmas decorations of all
niversary They celebrated thl'e'ent Santa's than
grow youiown
r i I her home on Kin sley Lake hon. the guests will be driven in cars I kinds including wreaths, gal lands I '
with a dinner party for :> So why not make him r>
I oring Mrs. Clayton Strickland Jr provided by club members to the II table and mantel displays, swags,
few friends at the
Garden Restaurant proposition
: A red and green color scheme 'five houses which will be on dis sprays, and corsages are among WI
\ Wednesday night So long See you in thr AaA
was used in the party decorations play. These homes include Mrs the many items being sold by the
Shirley and Dolph Reddish have I next. .
anying out the Christmas theme Paul Raymond. Mrs. Lex Green club to raise: money to further
I returned to the,, parts and aie I Carolyn
Mrs Strnkland received many Mrs. Paul Bridgt'SIrs.. Garl beautify Starke. Little dolls with '

(u't'Ianti useful i ijifis from the Mathews, and Mrs.V.. }t. Xoll- hand-crocheled dresses and hats'l'!' H Just 1 Week

10, guests man. I needlepoint, aprons and !,

Anyone wishing to attend this. broidered pillow cases are just a j

delightful affair may purchase I few of the beautiful items that !! f3tcut eG

tickets from any club member or can be purchased at the Garden] 'P GIVE A

Fi R i at the door the evening of the Club store. I!

OR ID ATHEATRE tour. I I This Friday and Saturday the'i SUPERB WRITING INSTRUMENTS
club will also be selling I 9ft -
Wedding Postponed goods including homemade pies i bYMedallian

cakes and candy. !

i Miss Florence Martin has an The store will close Saturday, !

nounced that her approaching Dec. 22, so get down early to get ,I \

tI marriage to Kenneth Prater whiof the pick of merchandise. I
I .
I EI I was scheduled for Dec. 30 has heel i \; -
I postponed to a later date. Gives'l -q-
1'Heilbronn \V\1S j
FRI.: &: SVT. DEC. 11-13:
\VSCS, Notice I Mission Program
I i ij
Hid; DOt TILE FE.1TUE"Doodlins ;
I. I
The Business and Piogiam j| Ileilbronnt'AIS members obI I

ofOklahoma" meeting of the Methodist WSCP "i :served the Week of Prayer for ] -

will be held Monday afternoon I I I Foreign Missions with a program |II I i

at 3 o\lok in the Sanctuary. I! at the church Monday evening. Pelile-Pok Sel.
|! \
starring Kaiululph Sutt I 1 D(('. 5.The i Fashionable ard

( Films Of Holy Land devotional thoughts were : Fountain feminine. Pur t w
PLUS"Dynamiters" ]! given by Mrs. Tate Crosby. i! Pen Desk Set Writing fountain pin and in
/ matching pencil
Mrs. James H McCarthy, program efficiency-p'ui' smart
The Rev. Walter Zvoda evangelist i decorator colon in ceramic s choice of six gay
and missionary of Asheville I chairman presented a story ; bases. Color- pastels-Aqia, Pinkf
Peach, Blue. Ocid.trumpeiskeeppenwithm ,
N. C., will show colored about the outstanding missionary matched pens. Swivel
All Star I Yellow. Ire;jde
CdtDoUingrt : \
film of the Holy Land- Miss Lottie Moon, for whom the
tclMi-iiumi "There They Co.; (,'11, (;0" scenes of Jerusalem, Garden including of I i[ Christmas offering was named. : easy reach.S7.95Deluxe Azure, lime, 1 and colorful gift bo p r.a J5 r.00
Jet Block.
(Cartoon) &: Chapter No. oSI Gethsemane Golgotha and the !!I' Other members participating ;

tomb of Christ-at the Graham' and offt'ringprayer were Mis F :

Baptist Church at 7:30 p. m I B. Beard, Mis R. L. :\Ior an. Mrs ,,

-N. IOTPE: : :,. Sunday. i j James Lee Mis Bill Green, Mrs :

lIe will II| Morris Carter and Mrs. F.rnicJohns ;
show the soun J I t
DEC. 16-i-IS
film of the Zion Passion Play. Th I MUM' a..ompamment'a': i
is 1 supplied bv :Ms: F: a'1k ?\"ma'l :
public invited. i .
"Love Me Tender"Starring % 1,4'
I :0 :,l ? f

Starke Guard

$378'h Co. C of Staike drilled : .M. ) Beautiful, "K"deeptonedfountain Set.
this week, Monday and Thtn .da. pen with HEAVHIYGlf
nights, in preparation for the annual matching pencil. $9.75 I } = ''''fnIJKtl ''
No Down technical inspection siheduled l- JjjfiLS'1 A 1h'o 1 'berub 1 ,.....
PaymentWith for Friday. The unit will not I le..ele. .,',

Trade "Good; Deed Dailj" Car drill again until Jan. 14 | II I I pen is Quite so personal as rsterbrook because onl) E,>Ierh;,..it Yo.tYfr l 'be 10. .t"'bOI..' Ir'"01fod i iae0

I toon in Cinema.copeWED. The newest addition to the unit The Biadiuid Ountv 1I0SPlt,1'1 lets >ou choose from 30 point st>les. This means your' gin t<* 1Af41mi1Rdts Dt au" !
match handwriting writing job, whether you select a handsome
is announces the following births: any or
2 Years To Pay Jimmy Dyal of Hampton who and pencil set, fashionable Petite-Pak set, or convenient
Mr. and Mrs Charles Eugene (;[) Every riGIN Us tW C".4Y
joined this week. .
I & THURS. DEC. 19-20 desk set. And because this Esterbrook personating means eas> riTeA '
Johns of 521 :\. St. Clair St pleasant writing your gift will! be long used-and >ou'll be crt.a re use ntaa rs.ii \! U. r"kPltlUrOWfIIllAI\ nllti

"Lisbon" CARD OF,TII.\\"KS: Starke, a son Dale Clendon, Dec long remembered!

WINKLERElectric 6. Visit our pen department: for the complete selection of Esterbrook
Starring I I want to express my thanks to; Mr and :'orrJiIr.my II Kersey: writing products.

our friends and relatives for the of Starke, a son. Mitchell Ray ROBERTS JEWELRY I
ServicePhone (Jay Mil land and Maureen O'llara
cards, flowers, visits, and many Dec. S. Bradford County TelegraphPhone
PLUS kindnesses extended to me in my Mr. and Mrs. Orren Lester

16G Starke, Fli ]a., "Barbary Coast" Cartoon recent bereavementMrs A D Branner Jr of Keystone Heightsa HI"our Friendly Jeweler"

224 N. Temple Ave. Martin son, James Edward, Dec 11. 29 Starke, Fla.



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., 6 6 6' 6 .--- I The Presbyterian Young People Mr. and Mis Robbie :PlvUerjvis.ted : I I Mrs. Futch Clerk of the Circuit Court.1'r In '.1>.. ('owed JulietCoarl In a df"iI'ur |i ir i .'H't ui \ t u .n-;
I including Sal(}' Sink. Tom and Mr. and Mrs D,>n R u' I Madge :MTV. n L. rr.-l.y.I Deputy Clerk Uradltird t>.nl,. Florida l"i'11 lir in.il< I.. ;i'!," I'
: Chav R lift*. S04-03: Guaranty Life 'N: 1:1: I.-r. ..t 'in\-\ /ft.t: .Tii t r..n.Lt\\ .ii'iailtoni -
Mark Ja(kson. Linda and Beverl.. Tilley in Jacksonville on Sund.iy | 1:uiid,r.n.. Jacksonville, Fla. !I. ,"t''i.; >' a..t-.o !' |1:1': .''IIPI\ FI./ld.| ,

I Chapman and a guest. Anne Matthews Mrs. G. C. Livingston ittunvdi: i Dies At Home \ "\ I .:. i. I '. FIX, \i. xorn's: i"11"\',r pruxal"....!> .f""iud. !. .;,\?\.. .f...f" I',

attended the Youth Rally Wednesday to her home in Tampa i :'\OTlCr. TO .U'I'P.\U' I .N. 1- M i \ K \.n i',..; tin I ,

at the First Presbyterian ChurcV after spending two \\'l'pk..th ", O/ Sister HereIn In Florida Circuit. : la(Court Chancrr llrailford County I| :.'N-' "I.'?ml.-tnui. ... l'.i II, M I.i.i"t. H'tl Ln..i.1.1\i -.H) '

in Gainesville Sunday afternoto- Mis. J. M. Mitchell.YOU'LL (I'm I Sh.,II..n! I'l,i.iriit, t- I"I 11'1:11'.t. h. :r atl,i-i ni-tratH'"hi .
\\ -tit. ..f jui'.v ,. ..
: from :2 to 6 o'clock. They wef LOPE the new' E>ter- Madge BliUh Fu:. h. S2::! Mi,1 I i 11. l.i'i-t 1101.1', .:t .\ 'j- i I' .'./ ... i i\.T-tt'! I I ,.,.; "

I TNE NEWS accompanied by advisors. Mr. an.' I brook pruse-size fountain jwns it'l died at the home of her sisterMrs. Notice. Topp..r 1' i
T. l I--: u -. ..t j iI
1 tel sludes. Brad
) Mrs David Montgomery and Mr pu> Only $3.09 Staikc iI I
H. L. Grown lee. in l Miltl," r.i I .id.i.,, I
v .r PI ford County Telegraph.Mr. I : .
I 111 G. Paterson. Monday morning following an illness \\ n,1 1
Chi and Mrs. J. O. Sewell and You are hereby notified that
Gus Kopeluusos and Dr. r Flannel for a j
Mrs Hogan Smith and her sis .iiiforiml Pajamas of several years.A suit fur d.ior
Carratt will arrive Monday fron. son. Chuck, of Jacksonville visited Montbrook. Fla. has been flied against .
't't Mrs Peter Kouros of Miami Men S2.'JH at Stump's.Hudulph native of you la the
Lakeland, for Mr and Mrs. W. B. Sewell on above named Court and cause and 8 PIECE
i Southern College Ilteew
spent the weekend with Mr. and 'i Smk and Rev. W. S her parents were the : you are required to serve a

Mis Jimmy Rowe in Columbus the holidays with their respective attended the District Sunday.Mr. ton A. and Henrietta Edward- IButch. |copy of your answer or pleading to
McAliley :: and Mrs. E. D Tenly spent the complaint "n toe Plaintiff
Deacons meeting '" t ;ph K ":1 I iv _.
Turkeys for Sale. Maurice Edwards Sunday afternoon in Gainesvillewith Church. Kli.iiil.1 Tit, It. IOu ::01.-, I Ixillt r
Mrs W :E. Parks will spend I Presbyterian Church in Gainesville Baptist LIVING ROOM
Jr., Starke. Mrs. W. H. Tenly.Mr. Surviving besides Mrs Brown ', J K!1".iuia
in Tallahassee afternoon. and file
and Monday the
Sunday Sunday and :Mrs.: F. B. Beard original In the office of
Stefanelli Specialist 3-c sister, Mrs. T. N. lAm ,the Clerk of the
the Electoral College Albert lee are a Circuit Court on or
Pre-Christmas Sale on GI.OBES.II(I spent the weekend in Sanford brother : tiff", tin Nth ii.u ..r J"u i i'',:
service on I of Lakeland a
On Dec. 20 she will leave foi was discharged from Bradford County Tflegnrph. ''''with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Beard. baugh ; I otherwise the allegations of said I rL2
Atlanta to spend the holidays Dec. 5th after spending the pas* Stewart H. Butch of Lakclaiui Complaint will be taken as confessed GROUP
Rev. W. S. McAliley will be it Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Davis and by you.
several nieces and nt'phew-I
and daughterMr 17 months in Germany. and
with her son-in-law i Atlanta on business next Monday children of Blackshear, Ga. were This notice shall be published! one
and Mrs Dameron Black and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Siefferman including Mrs. J. R. Chasteen o'jStaike each week for four consecutive
I of Gainesville will spend the and Tuesday.Mrs. visiting their grandmother.:: Hugh L. Brownlee Jr. of : weeks In the Bradford County Tele

family.Koir.s-l>Utinrti\e Leather .\('- I weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Mer- Nan Merritt spent the Daisy Ferryman, Thursday of last New Orleans Mrs. M. C. Stith of |graph.l>at>..1! Tln, l-'th il,n ''! 1 I'< i

csories Name in gold naE I ritt Williams. weekend in Gainesville with rela i wek. I Washington. D. C.. and Mrs. Man j 19.ii
Electric Blankets Dual (Official Seal Charles A. Darby,
at ISullington's.L Fertilizer fur all lawns, flowers tives.Mr. Control I Brownlee of Baltimore. Clerk of the Circuit Court.
:Mrs.: M. Shaw o' y 4.i: at Stump'
and Roy
I and gardens at :Sistrunk's.Mr. Funeral wrvices were held at : By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
G. Hemmingway who recentv Valdosta were weekend guests oMr. Mr. D. C. Forehand of Albany. I I. I'i 4, : 1
:: and Mrs. Dave Paulk were 10. a.m. Wednesday in the DeWit! j I
underwent surgery in the Duva'Medical I and Mrs. Tyler Jones. Or Ga. spent Sunday to Tuesday I
C. Jones with
visiting :Mr. and Mrs. William Chapel at Starke
Center, is recuperating t ; Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson with Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long NOT( k: 'io .ITI\H

4t the home of his daughter Mrs i Knabb in Macclenny Sunday aft of St. Augustine were visitor.* land Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade. I the Rev.Rev.W. Lewis S. McAliley D. Haines officiating and th' i i' In I'lurlilMt Circuit In Court.l'hnnrery.Lrna Ilrudford. County,

John Moyer in Jacksonville. ernoon. at the Jones' home. Mr and Mrs. Frazier Shaw were I Ann Smith I'amtitt, t- I I',0
Johnnv Kopelousos will arrive Mis.- Margaret Hose Duncan I I'p Miami from Monday to Thurs- :Burial followed in the family plotat :Jilt-lilt i Smith. l"'ft ini.ui
"IVrs nili/e Gifts" (Jui -KScrict : ..
( jour ; Crosby Lake Cemetery. 1',1't-: :\" >
19 from
home Deo
Saturday from Emory University will arrive Bible Billfold I day on business. ;.Mttli-r To ..tpprnrI
the Stephens College. Columbia. Mo I Imprinting Active pallbearers were S L 1 I I ? Fli.xii Cittllt-r }"'iiiih" '. .
01 holidays. Mrs. A. Y. and
., liristnuis. Curds, statioii- i j Covington \Irs'l Peek. Charles Darby Orie Wip! 'I".''',du' r .mil aiiilr,.,.- ,v t' i'< i rl-
at Si.- for the holidays with her parents. 1 .
Christmasrcuthes .
J; ck Trawick and daughter. J I I: Halt Jr. ILnti'c> I I'SutliilK
'1't liullingtoii's.Mr .
< gins. Luther rowel John Powel'and :
trunk',. Mi and Mrs K. D Dum'an.Turkey I j Donna visited Mrs. Tom Coving \'IIIIIII.1.
and Mis. J. T. Quigley \ver' : L. F Dtnkin.Fletcher You are hereby flooded "Tlat alit
j ton and baby daughter in the.i i -Hit ti't il.\iilt i air. i ,I-',,01\ .. ..'1
guests Monday evening at a birthday Alachua Generai Hospital on Sunday '' I.>-l 1 .-I, iii'ii.ir' hill. Sofa BedPlatform
i dinner given by Mr and Mrs ': Griffin has been filed against you In the ONLY
Shoot (I afternoon.Mr. (above named Court and cause and
On bin C'.irnfll at their Gaines and Mrs. M. W. Lame you' are required to serve a copy of
vil't-' home in honor of their uncle your answer or pleading to !h_ 0
I spent the weekend. \Vau< >s.s flies At 78; Was complaint on the Plaintifftiinit '* ; Rocker
Wilbur Scott After dinner Mr Ga. visiting :Mr.: and Mis. i R N .\ > Fi-il riiilti.. I :,,,:, .:.11"1 r:
and Mi'a Carnell! showed slide it, tt hank I I''j.,-M.ny: I I.i i' .*,,ii'.i i\ 9
SOUTH OF ALLIGATOR CREEK I Carswell and family. Graham ResidentFletcher ::: ..ii J
of then former home in :Bethany. Pecan :md ('it TIN Trees at Si,- i'and tile, the uilgmai in the office of : 2 Table! Lamps g '

BRIDGE ON HIGHWAY 100 W. Va The house "The Mansion trunk' (the before rirrk the of the Circuit Court on or''

." was owned by the Rev Mr. and Mrs. Henry Godwin Mixon Giitfin. 7S. a I Mill .1.i\ ..r J.imi.n\ I <',..7otherwise I!

Alexander Campbell, the founder White itsident of Giaham for the past the allegations tit Raid 1 Coffee Table.
AND and Mrs. Douglas were Ci
DECEMBER 19TH 22ND | npl.iiiit will be taken as ronfesa- U
of Bethany College and the in Griffin. Ga. over the weekend 26 years, died in a Starke hos- ,!ed by >ou.
Christian Church America an<' pital Saturday evening; following i This notice fhall be pUMIfhed
H. B. j
Mr and Mrs.
\isitmg one each
week for four ,
Starting I is a showplace for visitors.Turkejs Montgomery.Mr. ,'an extended illness. weeks. m the Bradford County consecutive Telegraph 2 End Tables A Christmas

for Sale Maurice Edwards and Mrs. Ralph Troupeand | A native of Bainbridge. Ga. I l'i'I,I !h Ian. 01,1! i'- .

2 O'CLOCK P. M. Jr., Starke. children of Jacksonville were i iI .i :\11'. Griffin was a retired Naval I II.1 '-' l S TV Chair Special
stores operator. He was a member A. Darby
Mrs. \V. R. Haislop spent; last Sunday afternoon visitors of :\11"1'I Clerk of the Circuit Court 'I

Maurice Edwards Jr. I Sunday in Jacksonville with Rev I and Mrs W. T. Jackson.Mr. of the Methodist Church and I Pf Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i the W.OW. ,I. i
.j I I
O. B. Dukes of
and Mrs.
S I and Mrs. Alton Dobbs. I
I'I'I Surviving besides his wife _
Butler last Fridayevening I .,
Mr. and Mrs Maxie Carter Jr I Lake were .:: : _. ; ..._ ---"i- : : :
I visitors of Mr. and Mrs. :,Mattie Flauzel Griffin is a daughjter. -- - -- __ n: :: ::rt
the weekend with her parents
I 1
spent Mis. H. L. Beard of Gaineyvtlle -
!.. I II I
E. R. Kelly.Ilnleproof
Mr. and Mrs J. Spencerin
,. r
Mr L
I and a sister. :
Hose fur
OilandoTurkr j Nylon

LET USINSTALL >.s for Sale. :Maurice Ed- I Stump's. Senter of Bainbridge, Ga
I' I I Funeral service were held at
M arils, Jr.. Starke.Mr. Mr. and Mrs V. W. Strickland
[the graveside in Hillcre t :Memorial : XMAS
i and Mrs. Harry hatchet Jr. and family were visiting her Park in Gainesville ,it 11 t CASH

A Jr and children will leave Dec grandparents Mr. and Mrs S. J. a.m. Tuesday with the ReS E

18 for Flushing, Long Island fo' Douberley, in Lakeland on Tues- Spaiks,| of Staike officiating De

three wt'eks'islt with Mr. and I\cay and Wednesday. i Witt C. Jones Funeral Home o''
Mis. Hatiher Sr. Christmas; realties at sistrunk's i :
SUPER I Starke is in charge of ,I in! injjeIments.
I i
The Rev. R. Clark Crosby an.' j .

family moved this week to Provo Mrs. J. W. Fields spent the I!!I

Union County weekend in Jacksonville and
idt'nee'iIlage in
i I
SILENCING I -,- I where he will seive as minister a' Baldwin with her sister I r'j Fireworks BannedSheriff .i LOANSOF

the Baptist Church. Robert Tanner.Mr. .
I and Mrs. Herbert Thomas !i P. D. Reddish this week
HymnShirt' fur Men $I.I.) '
and Kathleen the issued a reminder to the puhhcabout
daughter spent
;$2.49 & $' .98 at Stump's. I!' in
INTERNATIONAL MUFFLEROn weekend at their camp in the !I the State law passed
I Miss JoAnn Slade from Emory
Scrub.C. I i 1953; which prohibits the sale 01

University and Mr and Mrs. T R. Mclntire of Ashville N.I use of firecrackers and othei
II. Slade Jr. and son of Atlanta $100 -- $200 -- $300
Your Automobile TODAY will arrive at the home of their I C. is the guest this week of Sen. fireworks except in connectionwith I
'land Mis. Charley E. Johns. supervised public displays

parents. Mr. and Mrs. Slade Sr Mr. and Mrs. J. M. High of after the proper permit has been Repayment Plan To Fit Your

"The :Muffler Withn Unconditional Guarantee"Guaranteed ; on De('. 15 for the holidays.Mr. Jacksonville were visiting her I obtained. Budget

and Mrs. Henry StefaneUand
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. This law allows the sheriff ti
family spent Saturday ir offeredfor Application By Phone Will Save Time
Edwards over the weekend.Sen. confiscate any
For The Life 01 Tallahassee with Mr. and Mrs sale or held in violation of .
Robert Stefanelli. C. E. Johns was in Orlandoon
for a fine PHONE FRANKLIN 6.5333
business Tuesday.Mr. this law and provides
Kumquat Tn.ith fruit irt'Sistrunk's.
Your Car I' and Mrs. D. M. Heath of of $100 and 90 days in jail 01.
conviction of the violation HOUSEHOLD LOANS REAL ESTATE LOANS
Fort Lauderdale spent the week both, upon FARMING;
Mrs. W. T. Moncrief of Green- .
I end with Mr and Mrs. J. S. Sapp of the law. EQUIPMENT: LOANS
FOR ALL MAKES wood visiting her son am"
dauehter-m-law, Mr. and Mrs. J family.Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. and MARION
H. Moncrief and grandson T. A Doyle i YOU'LL LOVE the new Ksterlirnuk FINANCE COMPANY INC.

CHEVROLET 8.25 Mrs. Faye Gill visited Mrs. E. T.King fountain ir ,
( 37-53) Only Yawn Jr. and family. : pmse-sjze pens
and Mr. and Mrs. C. G. 218 AV. University Ave.
at Bradford (;'aines\ille
Donna Trawick is getting alon" pastel .}lade Only $3.09 Fla.

nicely after undergoing an Prescott in Jacksonville on Sun :1 County Telegraph.In .. 0 _
FORD emergency '
( 41-53) Only 1.25 I appendectomy at the Brad dayMrs. I _.:.. : .. .. ':' _. ,:_ '. .-, ._ __ .. : __. __ ,' : :-: "" .O. :/

Mattie Gahagan is in I
ford County
Hospital on Monday
: ; Bluffton, S. C. for the remainderof rin-nlt Court, IIrndr..rd County,
Stretch So ks. Initialed Handkerchiefs
FREE; INSTALLATION I the month visiting her son, R. \ Kluriila; In ('hanerryIinald .
and Ties for Men at 1\ I'.ilk.. ri.iinlitt' \ \n I! vi '

j !stump's.I E. Gahagan and family. i, J.int- I1..Ik. l hcf,'nd.intI.'.'>,- :s; n'" ; F' 11TAJEf Ds For Every Purpose
Mrs. P. S. Demark is visiting
I Lt. and MrsV.. H. Edward Order of Publication and Notice toi L VV

Don't Forget This Muffler I* Guaranteed; To Last ': III. and son. Hal. Warwick.. Va I her son-in-law and daughter Mr. Appear.N.tn' J.int:, Stale. |>'ik of. \Florida\""-,. i.-M.i Tot ,I"" During The HolidaysYES
I land Cres-
Mrs. J. E. Thomas in I .
,, '
arrived Sunday for an extende01VISit .mil .ttiiin, --i- bill!i.i-t Tit. MI.
As Long As Your CarDODD'S
,, cent City. I K'.Koni't.. In.liana
with their .
Ad.I character to home [ You are required to appear oa
> Mrs J. G. Caldwell at the Stab., jour I ..l.inu.irx II l'i",7: in tin- ..limitI !
!jwith a fine fil.OBK.: Keduced'prices named Court and cause, wherein
Farm and Mi. and :Mrs. Edward I
SUNOCO SERVICE j' for \inas git ing. Brad- plaintiff eeks divorce. (Gay; and beautiful
Pi at Orange PaikLighted Bradford County Telegraph fhall
i I ford! County Tt.Jt.gral'h.'I publish this Order, In next four
GIXBKS.! : Make In-auti
1 IMr. and Mrs. S. E. Reyes and weekly issues. flowers can do more than
I 12fi Temple Ave Ph. :111 Starke Fla. fill TV lamp Here S13.SI.V On( Witness my hand and official anything ;
j children of Jacksonville! were visit- ', .il -it St.nkt', Kl.'iiili. Th.-| titli
Sale non at !Ii III. Bradford 1 ling11'. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp tl.i\. ...t litit-nilitf. I'i.6; else to impart (that tI
County Telegraph.Mr ; ( (OFFICIAL SEALiCharles

and Mis. Anthony Caruso I,and family on Monday. A. D.erby. I >pirit of Christmas cheer to i ..
ami faiiiilv! of Jacksonville am'' I II ; a -

A TRULY IMPRESSIVE GIFT Miss M\rtue Burnsed of Ealdwir! ,, --- -_-n_ the home during the holid.i\s.. ; 1 'r ""

were Sundav guests of11'. and I- I 7'
Mi ; H<"MV Stefanelli. Just in Time for CIIlilSTMAS! i See our assortmentgardenfresh .

Clirislin.tNrrutlifs at :Sistrunk's. '
I ;: at all times. .

THE ANSCO Mrs. J. G Milhcan of Palatka t
was visiting Mr. and Mis. A #

iI : READYFLASH E. McKinney on Sunday. i. & (

Kos(' Hushes at sixtrunkVMrs. ,. -

?Tart CAMERA OUTFIT Charles Dinkins anl1> UEt'I.O.tIGlobes; .
R M. MiRa were in Tallah.is- '
Vtl Wednesday attending th,> k., k .f- Flowers For Gifts t t -5 .

coffee for the March of DIm, .'
the Grove as the guests of M--! x


T. Clardy of Daytona Eo.u!' I
t i was the overnight! guest Morul.i\
.t q; );). fI \'alueAT 'of his sister. Mrs. Sarah Hunter
Turkey' for Sale. Maurice: Edwards. -
Jr.. starke.Mis CORSAGES 4
A. W. Anderson. Sr left :

Thursdayfor Ventura Calf to -- : FLOWERING PLANTSPOINSETTIAS

\isit Mr and Mrs I
AY. Anderin -
: Jr. and family for three i!, Beautiful 8-inch Lighted GLOBE i in Pots t
!months iI
i I Ornamental :Makes Lmely TV Lamp
Fiiend.of Mrs. D. W. Car- 1j I II
I I enter will regret to learn that I List
r her mother. Mrs. Annette Vickery. $13.95 Sale Price $10.00

: TfoJern-tpcalwas I";>, of ksonville died on Mon- I -- -
)1 dependable Ansco Read)flash (da '. Handsome 12in. GLOBE 16in. : Beautiful ornamental wreaths made to order for the door or
High window'
't Camera and gash unit ..four | Clearancv Sale Ladies ('oat. WREATHS for holiday remembrance .

flash bulbs...roll AnscoAllWeather ; Suit. and Dresses at tump.." List $9.95 Sale Price $7.50
) Mr. and Mrs. HollIs FLOWERS
\ Pan Film. GIFTS; : What better way to remember -
-- -- --- -
children and Mrs. D E. Knight that
t friend or loved one in distant
All in genuine Anscoliteluggagetan a part than by using our wire
visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles' :
10in. GLOBE 14in. High service insuring flowers to arrive there
cue..TREE. Knight in Gainesville on Sunday. and bright for Christ ma-

Mr. and Mrs. Ike Norton of Absolutely no fuss or bother Just!' phone jour order to 21s and

Tampa were visiting Mrs. W. R. List $7.95 Sale Price $6.50 we will do the rest .

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Haislop last; Saturday afternoon. -

Chicago.Rep. Doyle Ill. last Conner Wednesday was to in 8in. GLOBE, 10in. High MEMBER FLOWERS by WIRE Inc.

Saturday attending the
Legislative -
BullingtonSTUDIO Council meeting. List $4.95 Sale Price $3.50

Eddie Thomas of Crescent City -- -- COLONIAL FLORIST

spent the weekend with his

AND GIFT SHOP uncle and aunt. Mr. ad Mrs. S

.G. Denmark and family. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHPhone

101 W. CALL ST. PHONE 263: I' Trees Peaches, Pears, Plum,. RUBY JOHNS PHONE 218

Persimmons, Grape| Vines at Sis- 28 Starke. Fla. RONNIE MUXDORFF 506 E. Nona hi.

\ STARKE, FLA. trunk' Free Delivery Starke, Fla.



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.YYYYYYYYYYYYY .. v. ..... _roi f'v. Those are meant for
11 I I Cutback Ordered Christmas Basket I', ys ,or non-perishable foods. Anv'It Archery ClubAn

V HAMPTON! For 57 TobaccoAcreage HIGHLAND\ Plans Proceed : -! !-i ,.or cal money because, which the Committee is indeed .\rthcv; Club; is bi.- .

jiar.iztM .it t K'-xs-tone Ho%! '
.in often buy twice as much
fly :Mrs U. E. PJ1I II j Mrs. IJH-J INoriimnLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I intereVt-il pet son-, in Stai,
Planting The Stake Elks! C.u'i.l be iiom, cooperative merchants asIan
elsewhere in the area '*".> \
..... I. individual can, should be .
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA !I'laxmsr Santa Claus again this I] : to join. It i" -' v .
For the th.i'.l. sU"Ct'-"sion Christmas to 100 families (nailed to Dr. Florence Jennings.
in some
tlt-.ui 1'1 p. Haul Out Now year < Mr and Mi. Floyd Norman I I i, f.i..l ,, ?i 1' >. ze .
Box 1;9. SUike.: or taken to herat
and more children. Exalted I
T many
Secretary Ezra
r -Sa>s ('itCUllndl the weekend in Glen St 1 at a later ti.ite Peisons mteiin -
qs spent the I'SOOl'U .
o Ruler Irvin Robbins with his
r Wednesday Thursday. and Fri Benson has!' ordered a cutback in with Mrs Norman's *|' v',minr max lontat I.t'ttkei 1.
Mary parents
committee. Moms Carter and
12-11 and that's \ .it lie\ -',>r.e
day, December flue-tuied tobacco acreage plant- the Harveys. :,1 i
today are clean-up days in Phil Vitsky, met Monday night \ 1,0tlu' new F.ster- \n in' ht'Ili'l! 11 e'lt! t t.n1i i is
ing-the last one a 20 percent re- Ellenol'll1an.. Zettie Padgett ''I
: Huggins Hampton, set by the city council of last week to reviewthe brook pniM'-M/r fountain [MTN i irjiastcl i ii.ih BiuKA is -::1"\:1 '
; ; By c duction covering the 1957: Letha Bell Prevatt Irene Austin j! hat of sub ,
:: at their meeting in the City Hallon crop i I: names ..hail,.... Only $3.09 at Br.ul- pi. I'1' ,u "re1 h T
Agent Benson said that under the law j I Bill Pendarvis, W. C. Hardee milted by the Children's Committee -
Tuesday night last week. ford ('nunt)' Trlfgraph. d 0\ moa!:!: i W. ti;
1 he had no alternative but to order Rosie Austin, and Eettie Starling I, Health and Welfare De- I
--- Rubbish, tree limb, leaves, and I I I'partments
held last Friday night with more the cut in leaf plantings, adding I attended the Sing at Hickory Red Cross, county -
(;oil Bank Notes' than 30 present. The Cattlemen any trash, will be picked up by I that on July I, the beginning of; Grove last Sunday. I I ministers and other local organ.Izations. .- I II -
One additional farm has be'nadded the city on those three days, so I
elected officers as follows: ,, of the current marketing year, ReEin Jones of Green Cove i .
Soil Bank programfor : have one more I
to the townspeople just
our county. This makes two. Prer-dent-Pat: A. Miller; Vice- day left to rake out, haul out, and I stocks of flue-cured tobacco held Springs preached here last Sun I The Committee to distribute ; SAVEuptoSOonFUELWITH
by manufacturers and dealers and Bro. of
morning, Luckey
Holtzendorf Sec day
could PresidentBen ; Christmas Baskets and for
make it sound good we throw out! I ; Toys
To reached an all-time of SIEGLER'S PATENTED
T. Huggins; State high Jacksonville preached at evening EXCLUSIVE
say that is a 100 percent increase Treas. G. Councilmen recommended to the! 2,258,000,000 lbs. This total Children, headed by Dr. FlorenceJennings
plus service.
over the week before.It DirectorFrazier ; marshal that henceforth parkingon the 1956 he said I is trying to make this TWO-IN-ONE HEATMAKER!
crop represents a
Wainwright The Richard of Green
R. Sapps
attention DirectorsJ. I
to our side of the street and worthwhih
has come the wrong or three a happy helpful

that a few tobacco growers think I Hamilton, Froster Shi Smith, blocking of driveways and inter a desirable years'level supply of about, compared 2.5 years'supply. to I Cove were supper guests of the I tradition. Since the list is too'' '
Normans last
that if they put just their tobaccoin M. F. Wiggins. sections is to be -prohibited. Lacey Sunday.Mr. lor.gfor any one organization to ;( at

the program, it would be for President-elect Miller will take Other business transacted at I I and Mrs. Vernon Griffis and' handle alone, the Christmas Base SIEGLER features

5 or 6 years. This is wrong thinking over from President Floyd i last week's meeting included the I Sec. Benson said that "ourfarmers' I baby of Jacksonville visited th ;I j Vet: Committee is acting as a''II

Tobacco allotments are put in Wiggins beginning January 1951.! 'I decision to buy a desk for the years has own boosted efficiency yields in recent acre .. Albert Normans last Saturday.Ona j clearing-house. In order that no ..Two-in-One Saves up to Healmoker 50% in fuel

for ONE year only. Farm Bureau president J. R new office in the city hall. Attend to a record per Hardee, Ann Harvey, ar.-l needy family shall be missed and', Sleglermatic Druft ends soot and smoke
which results in
The Soil Bank program will not Kelly and Pat Miller indicated ance at the meeting was 100 per a smaller Aunt Frances Norman are on the. 'others receive duplicates, it i.I' .- .Silent-Floating super quiet; motor mount .
would plan to call a acreage that each church lifetime porcelain enamel finish
sffe. t your allotment in any way. that they cent. sick list. You be interested I suggested group I a
Floor Heat
allotment will be treated just joint board of directors meeting in yield per acre, he said I club or individual wishing to gin'a 6-way directional Tropical
Your Jt"\h at )11.t"tCuntinul" has climbed to know that correspondent t : Cast iron construction
for from 707 Ibs. in 1929- :your
to make some plans basket other check with
at if it were planted, if there are January At Chunk or gift Kleen-Fire burner, cleans as it heats
no changes in the program. 1957. Revival services at Hampton 32 period to S.6 in'l931-39, and to is getting along fine after bein g: [ the committee, even if they plarjto Summer cooling!! at the turn of a SWitch

The payment has-been announced The Farm Bureau discussed Baptist Church will continue each 1,361100. in 1952-56. Yields in 19j6: under treatment rnce last April! I deliver it themselves. A namemay ;
at IS cents per pound. There i- plans for attendance at the night this week through Sunday, I Ibs. the all-time. high of 1,573 Come out and worship with us s! be chosen from the list > !

some action in force trying to get National meeting of the American Dec. 16, at 7:30 p. m. I per acre.Production ,' next Sunday if you do not havam names may be added

have I Miami I have been other ihunh home Victor Boxes holt! : .'.
this payment increased. We Farm Bureau Federation in Eddie Lieberman, a Christian averages I : : to ("n'libu1: -
in the more than doubled during the .lI\\.IY"; ucb'do,' h\, ',> been the '
:our past yield averages this week. Jew from Greeneville, S. C., is placed in ;p> -

office, and can tell you what your I The group was unanimous: in a I preacher for the f1'r'icesith i period covered by letter cultural I II ilfue, firehouse r.nd'lnn,1 I 1\.'

', would be for 1957, basedon practices, plus the increased use of I I sns a or rev oa n o.c
I decision that County Agent G. T. pastor Marvin Faile as song
18 cents per pound. attend the convention to leader and Miss Martha Carole!

You can then use that figure ti.ompaie i Huggins reprevnt the organization and Lane as pianist. !i first birthday.I NEED CASH? -- $50 -- $100 -- $300

with your 1956 expensesto Bradford County. Walter Sibley :Mate PTA .MejnliershipTopic ]I :\ and Mrs. James Broome I PROMPT COURTEOUS WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
determine what your possiblegain CONFIDENTIAL
and Frazier Shaw will be official Of Talk Hero and children spent last weekend ,
or loss might be.Ornc"r. Membership in the state Congress II I
delegates. here with the Frank Williams MARION I'HOXE: 166; ;
Wetted FINANCE CO. Inc.
Bureau Attendance was expected from of Parents and Teachers was family. Mrs. Williams and chil- I I!
A joint meeting of Farm ;
'j Its states and Puerto Rico. discussed at Hampton Elementary dren returned to Orlando with 231 N. Temple \\e M.uke Ht:
Association was
and Cattleman's PTA Tuesday afternoon Dec. 4, Mrs. Eroome for r 'veial days 218 W. University A\e Phone FRG5333Gainesulle I

"..tt1..V'7.1VIL..t.e'BROOKER '* and R. G. and Mrs. Bill Genevor I in the school auditorium. Mr. Broome remained here for n Fla. II

and children were visiting Mr I Mrs. Jessup- of Jacksonville, I visit and to go hunting. I

I and Mra Ray Wilson in Jacksonville vice-president district four ofl

II Sunday.Mr. the state organization, told advantages 1vet..arrlrerat.t.t.t.ta.rtromaal.rtr t..rtat.oealrertsariaae.a..at.t..t.rw..toi

I I ana Mrs. Wilson Russ and of membership in the

By Sirs. E. B. Castlen,111111IIU111111.11 Children of Apopka were overnight state group Mrs. Blanche Chap- I I I

guests of Mr. and Mrs. man, president of Starke ITA, I I I

Ernest Russ last Saturday.Mr. attended the meeting and introduced I I

(!irk. Auxiliary Meets Mrs Je ,, I
: up.
and Mrs. Ned Hicks and j

The of Intermediate the Brooker Baptist Girls Auxiliary WMU- children were dinner guests of In listing advantages in belonging : FOOD : :

Mr and Mrs Frank moss in to the state group, :Mrs. I I
at the home of Joyce Castlen
Linda Lake Butler Sunday.Mr. Jessup pointed out that each memo I I II
Counselor Thursday night.
Pjlk ber received a membership card, II
and Mrs Talmadge
Gayle Green, president, presided ,
the local organization receives
over the business meeting. Kay;: and children of Trenton wereSunday I I
manuals and plans of work, al- .
I dinner of Mr. and
led the devotional. The guests I
Elsey in I II I
so subscription to the Florida !
and fami-
William Dukes Jr.
girls enjoyed working on their I Congress of Parents and Teachers j I
handwork after the meeting. Plans: ly. ,

were made for the Christmas Mr and Mrs. L. 1.. Dyal and Bulletin. I I

!Iartwhkh will be held at the son, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelley State dues are 20 cents per I

civn Center, Saturday: nigh, I and Mrs. Mattie Sow ells were member, regardless of the amount i! I ii

.Je. 15 i vi
ron in Wildwood Sunday.Mr. quires. Annual dues for the Hampton I I
lnt4Titutli.itHae 1'arly
I'T.are $1. In addition tat I I
O. R. and
The Intermediate pupils of the and Mrs. Cano
I this, some dues are paid to I I
Training/ Union enjoyed a social] daughter of Swan Lake were COU."I'
ty organizations where
Friday night at the Civic Center visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Canr I ret. I I I I

Indoor games were played and Friday night. up. II I

njoved by the 22: youngsters Bill Union and Johnnie Ma- In order to set up a county I FOR HOLIDAY : :
I council of PTA, Mrs. Jessup
Mrs Dorothy Norton, leaderserved quar of Oldsmar were visiting
brought out that each of the five I !
a delicious dinner of chicken Mr. and Mrs. G. Io: Green an PTAs in Bradford County must ( cLi ,
and dressing and all the trimmings I family last weekend.Mr. .
belong to the state congress. Al-
I I and Mrs. W. E. Bigham and though Hampton formerly be- I

Christina* Programs family spent the weekend in Nashville : i
I longed to the state organizationand HOSPITALITY
The Chririmas program at the Ga. with relatives.Mr. has a charter granted by

Brooker School will be Thursday and Mrs. L. L. Wood and that group in 1951, they are not II f

flight at 730.: Everyone is cordially son rfient the weekend with Mrs.L. now a member.
invited. There will be no admission I
L. Hardee in Jacksonville.Mr. Mrs. Jessup highly recommended -
and the will be
program and Mrs. Edward Barker subscribing to the National II

oresented by the students of i of Jacksonville were visiting Mrj I Parent Teacher magazine. Fol!, Iced Spice Coke-Bt't jou'nthf tint hostess in town to "ice" .

Brooker School. i j I I and Mrs. R II. Green and family I lowing her talk, Mrs. Frank Williams lIve. a Delicious-Dessert Party i .ourspirt'Cak\\itht1uffy-whippt'drrt'amchpeseTast! (> as bright II
The New River Baptist Churchwill !. of the
Sunday. n president Hampton
its Christmas I as Coca-Cola. Frothed with cream and powdered sugar, the cheese II
present pro PTA, closed the
meeting, with
Russell Green and son, and Mr into bowl. Surround with man-sized
gram Wednesday night, Dec. 19 I further action on the proposal goes a help-yourself squares II

ReL.. L. Parker extends a and Cedar Mrs. Floyd Wiggins. were in to be taken at the January meet- r of spice cake and m-m-m-that! calls for Coke! II
Keys Sunday.The
i ordial invitation to everyone to ing.
attend. Brooker Garden Club executive I 1 I

meeting will be Monday School Program 1 I
7 th
<> Hlrtllllal1nin'r..ary
Henry Sowells celebrated his I night Dec. 17, at the home of Next TuesdayStudents at Hampton Elementary !. . --to . . .. .. - - - - - - -. -,

I Mrs. W. E. Biftham Jr. The Garden -
70th biithday anniversary Sundayat school are busy rehearsing I II
Club' Christmas party will be
his home. Those who -
were this week for the Christmas I
there make this I I Friday night Dec. 21, at the Civic pro
a happy occasion -
gram in the school auditorium

were Mr. and Mrs. II. A i j 1 Center. next Tue!Uay, Dec. 18, at 1:30p. I
Parents To I
""oleman of Gainesville, Mr. and! I MeetAll I t.
Mrs V V. Hazen and of parents interested in enrolling m.
family Parents and friends are urged I
Starke. Mr. and Mrs. J. T So- their children in dancing
to attend the and
wells. and Ieand Mrs. L. I. classes are asked to meet with program : : :
: I
Carol ,
patties following. singing
I \C'
Mrs. :
Parker and daughter of Brooker Terry Kuharich: of Gainesville -f! -
and will also
a speaker
guest | ,, .
at the \ y <
and Mi and Mrs. J. J. of home of :Mrs. W. E ;
Bi ham Jr. included on the program. I "> \\'JJt : ,tt. iii
Ocala Monday at 8 p. m. : : > v
\\iI11 h.. y' ,;
We John Childress of Orlando I ,' 'h. ,, ( .1'\J. ,... 'k
are g'.nd to hear that little ( ', !
Birthday PartyMra '
} ; I
be for both ,
speaker again I ''' .. ''0',', .
Myra Parrish is doing nicely in \ > \, ,
Hazel Han: ell. 1st and ices at Hampton Christian Church''' ", ",, <,. "J"'".y'- ,. '" I
'nd grade teacher, was pleasantly the Bradford County Hospital i irStaike. I > ,. "> ) l A'"\ ,. I '! ..
She next Sunday, Dec. 16. i ,. '."" ,." I
surprised on her birthday when is suffering from r: IVrsonaUMr. I ,. :>\I ,;. ';':. ..'
nome room mothers, Mrs. Aubrey broken leg and we do hope she I '. .,,," ,. '" ,p I
and Mrs Owen Masters of1Jackr.inville I > -" .
Hazen and Mrs. can come home soon. I < .t t. ,
Guy Harrell 'f I
visitor : .
were Sunday .. '>It <
orought a birthday cake and soft Mrs. Lawrence Wiggins is recuperating of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Haddocx ( I ..' ', <>. "! }, "
f ; '
dunks m the afternoon and at home after a major and ; J"I ;
I son in Hampton. : ;
rented her and all the 1st and operation in Alachua General Mrs. D.V.. Moore of Starke BB

'nil glade children to a lovely I Hospital. Mrs. Mary Rogers is ir Cecil Moore of Archer, and Mi 1

iai A nice gift was given Mrs I the King Memorial Hospital: i ii ir: and Mrs Frank Brown of Jacksonville i I I

'Jarrell for her birthday. Lake Butler. Mrs James Hamilton (
I were Sunday visitors at I IS I
Mi! and Mrs O. G. StrayhorneWiidwood is home after spending fivEdays ',
the home of Mrs T. F. Brown
.! and Mrs in Riverside I
Frank Hospital, Jacksonville .
Mr. and Mrs E. I. Birt spent'
i f, ,it t,'hard and daughter of Gaines- last veek. We wish aU 'I
several' days last week with relatives
,illi. were Visiting Mr. and Mrs our shut-ins a speedy recovery, Y E I
in Pompano, Tampa and St iI j jPetersbutg.
AurieHazen Saturday. and hope to be seeing them our' ar J,
I I While in Pompanothey I II
M I' and Mrs. Toby Shourse before long.
I visited Mr. and Mrs. George ..,
andhildien of Gainesville were I Cicada Parker and Sandra So- Saxon and Holland Payne, Hampton 1 II

*upp.' quests of Mr. and Mrs. wells were in Jacksonville with] residents who are spending II

Aubrey Hazen Sunday night. Mr. and Mra II. A. Coleman ofGainesville several months there. i I
Mi and Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton '
Saturday Mrs.; Wilson Bedenbaugh was'
and Mi' and Mrs J. K. Douglas Woodrow William. Oscar anti taken to a hospital in Palatkaon Angel Ball Coke-Make and bake it all in the same bowl! Prepare ; Sundae We-Cooonut make the i 1:0-11I1: : (crust with chocolate ;

,attended'attlemen) the Farm Bureau and Gene Milton of Fairbanks were Wednesday of last week for package of angel-cake mix according to directions, bake in ; sauce to top the ice-cream filling!; To happy up the whole (evening :
supper at the Lion's visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. I. ManrSaturday.
Ut''ti in Starke Friday night. I I treatment. I 4-qt. oven-proof bowl, cool as usual. Now for instant frosting, a Coca-Cola in King-Size tops your party list This one's real
Visitors in I I
Sedia Hamilton was in Sjlvest- Ethel Mann Hampton on Sundaylast sprinkle of toasted coconut. Just for fun-top with a glittering &peedy. Just coat a pie pan with softened butter and coconut,
Gainesville week
spent were Mr. and Mrs. Vas I I
1"'a, on business last xveek.Mi I For fun and tl.1vor-treat all hands to ice-cold brown the and cool. before mound
the weekend with her parents, Mr co Busey aDd children of Valdosta tree ornament. in oxen, Right serving in
anti Mrs. t;. C. Lewis and I
Mi and Mrs Paul Faulkner and and Mrs. A. I. Mann. The Mann Ga. who visited Mr. and Mrs : Coca-Cola. Its great taste goes just great with cake! I the ire-cream pour on the sauce! :
also had
visiting them duringthe Hershel Parker.
son .it Starke an.t11'. and MrsReed
week Mrs. Sus.e: Carter of Mrs Mary Williams and son I I IrpA
Lewis and
daughter of
Plainfu-ld N J. were the Sunday 'I'Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs I Howell, and Mrs. H B Wigginswere - - - 8 - - - - . III
John Shaw of La Crosse. Jacksonville visitors Satur-
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs ,I I ,ace' n r0ntered troda-.rorl II

Woodrow Thomas and family.Mr day.Ronald Cw.npnt" ''Vi6 th. txi; oio, ''''''I>CO'
Parrish of Daytona II
aid Mrs. Benny Thomas THE RIGHT POINT for the I
Beach visited in Hampton last II
h of Gainesville spent Sunday way you write. Come in and select
Friday with Mrs. Jessie Chastain
with Mi and Mrs Benny Thomas jour favorite KSTKRBKOOK: I 1LL

Meijrooxer Thomas and son i i .'oun'bin Pen. TELEGRAPHThat's Mrs. Chastain visited overnight

-- I,. Thursday in Ocala with her sister : I IJ

Mrs. George Cottman.

Our BusinessIf Ardell Brannen was host to I

I g S S six of kin friends at a weiner -
It's Glass I
We Rave 111! roast at the Raleigh Erannen i1ar

CALL WRITE or VISIT : home last Saturday evening.Mrs. i

t I E. H. Hodges and chil- I f fI
Joe Peters Glass Co. dren of Amerieus, Ga. are xisit- I ,

in; until after Christmas in I
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Hampton with her parents, Mr I

We Desijjn Modern Store Fronts I 1 and Mr Mrs. Orville Brookings. : STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY : ,
A and Mrs. J.V.. Home, Mrs _
Just Mail B3tttec '
Us A Pattern for m :1
| Betty May and Melody were dinner .. I
I Table Tops I T"eC:_ C : JPc.r cy j
guests Monday night of the

1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 2-4353 'I Robert Earksdales in Starke, in 1 _ :B m a IIIJ Iii _ iii .. ... ... .ai. Ia.lIi-t- --. c ;;.. ruartssruwtctm.rs.uo lst' - f .:

honor of their daughter, Vicki'si I I,




.'DAY. nvTF.MRFJl 11.. 193C
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTyTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTVVTVTTMTVTTTTTf ment by you. I"- a1- .rlh. inute and f r'v (4n) In The Count.r Juitcr' <'''url 1.tnd tat Starke, Floridi'. \\h: :. e:plit,
n TT I This notice shall be publishedonce i \ > ":1' not Kmwii to' ue dead iranirti -n. <1"1 a di-tance .if fixehundrtd calendar months from the dthe "-.- .'
Church XPW" each week for four consecutive i' lH: : \ tiurtK: and two tenth1"Cb'i leanlyIn first .. .
publication pI'Ih!
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church wf'eksII the Bradford County Tele- : :\ tndI .'ddre..ea ( ; :..tt to an ancle, !I"...n: ran I I'rohalr. claim IT demand m'le;- n..cr.Ea.h .11
I graph. j :M }:Jward- tali..", Floridal.iiiiile theme South enty-.ght <7S> In nee: Estate ..r Charles I,. MiGoon '- writing and must Ma'e 'N. >:Iaot .. e
BRADFORD COUNTY ReR.. J. Washington pastor. fated tlll- : day ..! L'wbrr. \ i'. Edu'.ud<, Starke, Florida degreethirtysix Ilti: ) minuteand residence i
CITIZENS OF a. k a C. L. MaUoon. de- and poM-ofii > .1 i-
15:6. I1ayrnier.|, Incorporated a Delaware forty (40) seconds West, distance .
a ,,
held services on Sunday startin-r ? r'ed. dress! of the < i.iiniait; j'nl : Jba <
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby I Corporation of three hundred eightone (3S1) sworn to by the oa..II.ln. h.i
By Ozora J. Shell with Sunday School at 10 a. m Clerk of the Circuit Court Corporation Trust ('0., 508 Con ohI feet to an angle point: run thence >o1II10 1itiiuI01i" {agent, or his altorne\ 05: .r: .t. c- -
Supt. Irene Thomas in charge By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk I dated l"uildmK. East Bay Street South "iJty.: e".n (67) decrees, All cr..dltors..f the }state of rote void -, .
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LAAAAAAAAA Au.&AA W A&A.&&&&&&&& --------------- ; The teacher for the adult' I 'k/a I. Ma-
i guest ,
; Pf-idtit: Ag-r.t 140> -econdWest, a distance of Io.n. dtt.ea.sed. are hereto notifiid "- i'harle M Srhn'.itt.Ji -.r-
Circuit Assembly 1 Rev E I* Walker president; Mis :| : i I Irriiit i of Florida In'lid I'orllradtord tl n.ugh a portion of the more or trss to the 'at"r'edge .or demand which they may have < K ,.
S. C. Pi ice, principal; Dorothy i m. the Heavenly Fire Gospel Sings j of Unwell "ron a a l' i. M i' .1.-|
More than 200 members of I lat II ounl.i : In ( ham'err half X": ) of Southeast Quarter ; said Hou-ell Lake again-st said }..fete in the Off.ie ceased
Jehovah's Witnesses invaded Jackson reporter I the field n teof the r. SIo | at i"n on I'< :
the church in the interest of1'I 'Colbert: 1. Dodd and Adeline P".1.t. ) .Township SiX <6)) South. RangeTwent County.' Florida, ''II tie' Couuhcuseft .
Anderson Junior High ] ': 'I'I'nmf'tlt.Y..u. 1. 4: 1
Staike and a held a meeting at ..- \\ ,f. 1'f'ft-ndJ.nt-. >"-one (21) East, Cradfordc..uut
HJE high school in Starke Der The C. C. Anderson Junior High i the Trustee hoard Levy Lennon Notice Of *alrXniH }., .Florida lymK 20 feet on and ea.h "f x.ni. are herein ""
'' chairman Guests of the pastor I : e Is. hereby given that Ihl'1I'Io'r'lltl1..d p either side of a centerline said commanded to appear in the
7. 8, 9. The songs and experience school special group of the choir l'ummt-sinnrrn 31)"llIt- jcenterline being more particularly tiititled cour' on the ::.rd day oflanuarv
were led by C. McLeod. "Happy will make their second radio and membership were Mr. and d In the Final Iierrer herein en- ''dr.scribrd as follows: 1 37, to show uh.it right, See BILLY
Mrs. Alphonso Washington: of ttrtd on September! ,">, l"iS.:; will sell j| Commeme at Southeast Corner of title interest, '.1' lienou.. or any JACKSONFOR
People Serving The Happy Cod"by broadcast on Sunday Dec. 16, between if have in and tn of theabove
N> Yaik City brother of our .it public out'-ry. diir.nB; the legal said North half (XS) of Southeast roil any
If. L. Brissett; other group; 2 and 3 p. m. over station ; w !1.II-- of -at. on December Quarter (ISE'4) and run thence de-inbt-d: laud- andhow
pastor. Mire than $100 was rais- ll'-16! at the South front door ofthe North xi ro (0) degrees, four (4) muse why theanie should not betaken
dismissions were led by S. Houston I WOB Jacksonville.! Patrons whr ; r"unt\ Court House in Starke. minutes and tttentj (jo) seconds for the uses and purposes set
ed for the trustee tut the
5 f.
E GreeneV.. McN'air, A will transport the group areMessrs. : I rally radioed County, Florida. th.. foll".MK .:a-t along the "easterly boundary forth in the petition filed h. rein I IH TOP SOIL FILL DIRT DISKING
!' not over. Each member is asked \Ji(! described land and tene thereof a di-tru.'" ot -i\, : hundrediUone A!! partieto the stilt and all ,
Richard- Crawford and
Brown. J. Upton, F. N. Britt I
to contact his class leader and mentMtuate liradfoid County ;and twt ntv (.'if hun partiemteretd may appear and
son J. Crapps J. Peoples Sand Franklin. The group is directed i I Florida, to-uit: dredthtCol I."n t-tt 'to point: of t.. hard at tie! tine .tnd I'l\1 And All
the $5 for this drive. ( d.-I pn.tttdITXESH. Type Tractor Work
pay J
Ruff.V.. Steele A. Carter by Z. Jennings. Guest singersfrom Tht'rt'I I} "omniencing at th"hrtlt..a: t corner IxKinninc FH in "point nf lifgin- ,
I are many things \\e must do for of Southwest Quartet of I tarthu: di-triliid 1 11.11: South \\' my Land .I-. .i tli -eal'f
Summary of the Watch Tower RJR include Joan Britt Suti'-n 1" Township X South "":Y-'Iltht (>j' i d .Kitts t..nx-four. ,. -aid I'ouit ?'i, 'h:- J'"h: .1..1'! < f ,
made by W. Steele and Youthin Rosebud Kittles. Beatrice Moore the pastor and church. Due to the I K.uiKe 2. Fast them run tw..-t I Mil 'n>.iur' s .i:i,i t'n'J': "I M oluil'iltii \ N.....\ ,tnbt |r. .\. 1 I' I I'1.: :.'; PHONE 165 II)
was I death of a cousin in Ocala. ol1r'I't'portt'r. Ito f.et to a POINT < iF P.E'JIX-1 I..d- 11. -r. a dr-.n, .' '.f '.... iilf;, ..il .--, .01 the New World Society wasbeautifully I Roberta Scott Rosalee Moore and XIX(:. theme run wr-t 47,' f.". t. I 'II.I.I| \ 'q |. ml t.MXl lI rtri ik !.f n-> 15.t < ',ir, ... 1;:.tilf. ;.d! I
presented by F. NItichard Enoch Allen. Several Sundays'I' Beulah Lennon. Could tht'ur. Inn South 17V I fet-t. tlo"I i-j jlllll".J'I-. I : .i .'7.. :. .. i .n,,1 \ F':., ,. ,i i., W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER I
I not attend these services Manyi mn Ka-t 47feet. theo' .. HIM :11:1.; I" : . .... M 1 1..h \>. ;
: ln, Men and Women in'I ago; this same group made a i!j North 170 feet to Point ,.f I lit: M'l-" '. .r.\ : . .. .' I i I : ;' IIJj
the New World Society was presented wonderful hit in their initial appearance i i thanks to Mrs. Louise Broxton II HIlt: a bu.Tra.t i
faithful member and :1'.Iuid I: T.a.1I'I ..f: :\1. .',! ,
by H. L. Dnssett. The ; on this, same station and I ter acting re- Pleasant on Sil\tr I.aKi. a ",,\,. ; -. n -_ -....- -- .-- -- .- -- --.-- <= ;: == -- ----- -:----=-- -.-
meeting closed around 6:30: p. was offered a regular spot but pol for the day. We need more d.\ '.55.15. ap -l pl.lt Id ..1] i.- --- ------ -- -- --- =
j I willing: workers like this very fine ..nitd in Plat P.ook J .ii, )poor 1
in Sunday. All delegates jepoita I transportation presented a prob 4". of the public r"'nd'f'i 1 p' .ul\
a profitable meeting in Statk ', lem. young Christian woman. ford County .{olds: .il-I T NO DOWN PAYMENT REQUIREDA
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Four and one-tenth ..o'b., ,.'
and commended the hospitality The !lobby Club under the Church Rev. I. McKay;: pastor.I Soinhea-t Quarter "I N.; ."5I|I.,oQuarter -, PECANS !I
found in each home. Mrs. Inez leadership of Mrs. Truelove Smith of Section 1 : Tiun-lup,,
I' journeyed to Palatka on Sundayto "> !South Mange ::_' i.i-t: i"iontullv .
Hightower Best was lesponsibilefor will have the drawing for the render morning service at Mt dest-ribed "". "'."""11. m .UK CHANCE TO PAY AS YOU ENJOYAN
the kitchen needs and food i I beautiful quilt on Monday, Dec. at Southeast corner of -a.d I \oi-h, ,
Carmel Church. Sun'I.1School I \\.-.t Quarter of Stitioii 1':. and ,
preparation and was highly commended !. 17. All persons with numbers arc ,
I was carried J on as usual: with Mrlilye. i mi Wist alone the Quarhr--r.ti5.n .- EXTRA ROOM CARPORT NEW A TIt Includ
for the wonderful job asked to be present and enjoy a I i line a di-tame of 4i.ii f... I :MAKE NICK ,
She is also employed in the cafe : rich program and Christmas tree I,! children and others in attendance 1ft inlieto a point. FnU .' ing Fixtures, NEW ROOF, SEPTIC TANK TANK &
led POINT OK HKC.IXXI.V: :. from IhI ,-
torium of KJE high school. planned by this Rroup. Be sure I II II j!I The by Deacon Norman I 1"11I1 5.f I..ginllin .11111111.. twist 1I I WATER SYSTEM ANY REPAIRS AND REMODELING

Tliurston sthool Neu'iOfficials I to come out. Santa may leave a.I.I I the young group returned people's in program time for ai:4a. 1 'II| lung." ...a of Juarter-s 230! ; ft.et" <. timi Ibrn.nn line .-"iilit.in. 1 1i i; CHRISTMAS PRESENTS LABOR AND MATERIALS

gift for under the tree. The North and parallel th .
of the PTA are urging you II \\ > a C.M..U!
The 1 Can Club" will meet I ''rr-srrlu.n line :i lIilIIll'"f Call Us A Card.. No
fa scheduled to beg'.oat or Drop Obligation
nil patrons to attend the meeting> I program on Saturday night at the home of TIT. test 10 imhes. than > inn

on the Monday night after each 7pm. Come early and get H sister Williams. Faithful Few I East:.. and parallel \\ lilt a (J'iat'i-', That Will Be Appreciated And Are
i 11.11 line a ditamof l'.n
thud Sunday in the month. The I good: seat C. C. Anderson principal meet on Monday night.):: Choir rehearsal f.-.-t, tin me inn South in) (1..1. 36 MONTHLY PAYMENTS -
next meeting will be held on Mon- ; R. II. Donald repoiter.'lUK I I'l with a yuartt.-'mole'" ]hm. Reasonable In Cost $300.00 $1 JV5S
Tuesday night.
i High News PrayerI a distant e of 7lt f 111 I" it,. litIn .-
dav. I>ec. 17 at 7:20 p. m. At 'I meeting ('arh'ednes.Jay.. To al!! I. -aid point of IVeiiini'iu.'
this time the PTA plans a Christmas II I i The elementary department an.lI I of these t.the liiKhe-t and lust bulb l r fin
meetings you are cordial- .i-h. and the deposit of $lmii' u.ll 36 MONTIILY PAYMENTS 17
party for the children and. the high school will 1
present a
I I II Iv invitedMt II" Itiinired ff the hiK't'-t' I I.. 11. i $600 $2
of the combined Christmas -ale ,
patrons community. Ways program to and the halai .f Ito
I Pisgah :A.\LF.: Church. Sunday puri'lia-e price to l>.. pool t": I th, Pecans Will Bring You Cash If You
and means to improve the school I morrow night at 8 p. m. All pa- School 0:30: a. Coniniissioiiei.wnlnn JI h..I1. '
program: ale being: discussed also trons are asked to attend. Eachdepaitment I Morning the sale. all pursuant t.lucnti .. -ant 1 F".II I FREE Estimate and Information
(I Worship 11 a. m. with Rev. S .. .
and to the 1..1. ,1' S .1.!
suggestions are being made that has planned a finr I Have Any To Sell
I jRpdie in charge. The Christian, heieni nndered on 1'r. .1..1." ; '1:.
may he helpful to the pupils. The program: for your Christmas en 1 Tmon loos.: :
will meet at 3 p. m. and I I .1 K >;.dly i Store Hrs. 70M:! to
schoolwill : :
Christmas program at the joyment. School will close: on I''I .
a spiny 1.:. \, 11.\. ,
be Tuesday. Dec. IS, at 11 Tuesday, Dec. IS. and will ope-i bv program will be rendered !1 \ .I. Tho'1"11,1",.,- We Buy And Sell Six Days A Week 5:30 P.M. Mon thru FrL
I Rev G B Eurgman president . .
: .
n. m. Parents are invited to attend Jan. 2, 1937; Eddie: Thompkinipiinupal -- I' )t Close Noon Sat.
j Rev E L. Walker vice president t _: : t I
Please attend the Christm : :MrM. 1.. Paul ('ooidi. |( __ -
i At 7 p m the McCall I
is party and PTA meeting I nato!' nl the fll: l1Ient.1I y Depait Gospel I In 'Ihr < in.nil 1'unr/( the I'iulilli: fll!
i Singers of Jacksonville will yen I Judicial irrnif. llraillitrd taunt.: T

---- 'dor a musical program. Advance I' lnrld.i. Inn N... MOT! J. R. Wainwright Produce CO. J I

j" tickets are on sale at the chinch J MUM i: or HI 11: MM
WE CONTRACT FOR Pi.idfoid.urm. .1 |J.1! i .. -n.'"
offue :Mrs R. L. Walker re- Ill t..-loll '.f the "-I.itf ..I I I''".. .il.iPi '
j porter. lit nun'i r. I-.J! ;M I 1..1\\.1.V! : .nI AT
ALL TYPES OF BUILDING I liradford !I Pt (" ml:tutOIKI -
County Tcadicrs I \ : or iui\r\i: : nn>ivi\
BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL On Fuday at 1 the rrollaul\c: : :: :
I p. m. CT A .
In 'I'lie \:0.... Snit Hi 'I'/he tiillmriKOf FOR CASH SALES ONLY
IEI'A1ItS-REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES met at RJE .vhool in the library 'Ihrl.ilr Of I'lurlil.1To : STATE FARMERS MARKET

:with President C. C. An.lerso-i AM. \\ I II. ';\1 I'l \l \1 i '' .', i
FREE ESTIMATES iiv: AM to .1,.G:: P. .. .i'.'
pie.sidmg An interesting meeting partit h rung i.' ..i n ..1. STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES
i was held .. '
with much time right titii nii'ii i :'
spent ..I'1., 1 1.. PHONE 179 STARKE FLA.
K.-t 01 "I I I
W. L. THIGPEN JR. | in reading and adoption of 11 itain ,p.ir. el- i., .I..J 1 I I.. ,: ,i' :t, PHONE 333 or 43Wnged
part of the .. .. . .
new constitution of d v9'ibrd 1 and tn. Ii '\ i i= I Il i.
,. ,
Ugrth.r5urhrll 'rin .
the i t- -
Phone 29T-J Starke. Fla. I organization. Mrs. A. T. Paul l i la.minn l.\. thr.: ..I u'l: ndi1, :t'I'I I .. - --- ___.. __ --_ .--. .. -_ ___ -___- --.Jo --
I Route 2, Boi 215PHUNDREDS j seoretaiy. Mrs. Florence HeiulleyI --
I Williams was welcomed to the -

'' county bv the president and asked I

to make herself at home. She

did by paying her duei in full:\ Performance{
1 and Ride
'for'.1 wealthy the year.neophite.Congratulations to a Floating make

lOU'LL LOVE the new Estrr- The :M the

of details are managed and economic- ( brook pni'.a-size fountain pens i ipaotel ir Big road-lumgriest car ever built

:, shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford
ally attended that only a trained and

- careful organizatiol can attend when I County Telegraph

the urgent J'I""d for serving is at : "
hand NOTICE TO .UTKtU ..... .. .. '.. '.. '". --.. '., .
III Tlrrltlt Court. Bradford Countr, ;'; ". : ,
Klorlila In Cloa'....r'. 7 ; ; :. iii
111iIIntnl I' '' ilnrili.ier: I'lnmtiff V- : lIAY4' ,
El;:,zab'h il (...inh.Mi, Defendant
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Funeral Director I You are hereby notified that ,. !: : ,:( <.,.it. :
a .
Ambulance Service k. '..T,fi ..v.. ., ., .f .
suit f-T d.currrhas .. .. > ".,. ..
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been filed against In thf- }.;; :h r \.f' .,,:,:K \, :' ,: ...
you :
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local funeral .. ;
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enables nj to otter convenience udrvicea I above named Court and cause and 'f;"tj 1fI'..... ..':.. .).(1. 1<' ;!' .. :
not otberwU available. you are required to serve a copy of If. .. .".... N.... It'lt '=>v. ,
jour answer or pleading to the complaint i < :;; r' t'oM '. ;,
on the I'Umtift's Attorney, .> ,"< .v"' : '.... ,(
-- J (* Ailkins. Jr. and Samuel tw. to- ;;,. -t,
I iletzi-n. I' o 1'.." 41! Gainesville.FL.Mj.l .
We turaiab the highest! type eervlc at lowest prices and : .

accept AM life Insurance policy In force toned by ANT and file the original In the office of ;: ---.0. .
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or i \VBiJY"- .* ... '. ._ .,.... ..
company u payment In part or In full on a funeraL before the .. _V ,, MI< d"n' .::;' '
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-- -- MUOAY.:: DECEMBER U. l9Sfi

A..J i'I games, and enjoyed punch and I toffer's fanl'slltche't.. E.
just overher i
McKay is doingnicely after his Icoi.fsed
5 ly :)-.u. 'i '
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cookies. All the decorations I APPEAR 'I l'.H'd I't : : \ nlot! ,
were left eye. operation last week at Eradforc'I This noticehall be pubiiMied II. flrrall C.ert. Bradford Oaaty. ,:.i-.
1 in the Christmas motif. Mr. 'once farh w.k for fn'ir e.n'.etitveieeks : Florida I. ( .... ,. ,I"
KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTSBy and Mrs Peter Platt and County Hospital. He. too, is home r in the Bradford County Tele I .r Offii-ial Seal) Charts A IhtbyClerk
iirl Scouts :Selling: Cards four children from Lima Peru again. graph. Mary Hi.iKf;, 'Iuh"er.| "laintlff'l, I of the Circuit ,','urt
\Arthur C Py Marian L. Crosby Tepitv rierk
Il Itatrd this I6th d.iy of N. 'l..d''I..r. .
By 4'veni'er.
now. moat folks have then visited '
Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 hPlatt's brother and 1956.R'KFICIAL;;. t'al'1'; 1tih1SotIce .1 I : : i i i j :t
Mary Christmas Cards selected tut if family. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Platt 'vyyv'vv"v'vyvyvvv', I I SEAL\ ) > T. AppearTV -
find I I Charles A. liarby.Clerk : Ariliui, t' i'hchr; r. husp
you you need an extra box and children __
of the fin-nit Court. I rt ! i- IT'-'; lien-1
1 contact local Girl Scouts Dee De. week. The South Amerkan- By Marian 'i-n $tc.-.. Brarfforrf ..0....'. t'l.rH..
Tax Collector. Mrs. Sara, Platt GRAHAM L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Mtrii.-k. New Vc.rk. I I IB Prubaie.In .
(tui..t KliHtioiiTuesday I : j Hardenbeigh or Mary Ann SrhaefJfer had been vacationing three I! ll/so it U'. .'1OTICK 'I', You f'.r are hereby notified that a suit I niFtje) of llay \ >- ,. ,
Mc-Donald 66 SE. 1 diM-nf, try
Dec. 4, was Election ; McKay. I tt-i.p"i.iry and l.i nr.a-I|,I
Phone 4116 4127. M.IUT. 'io < iKmioRs
or months in .
Iillinois. and visited in :> n iiliiiii.ny and l-llI/I.'n ct i i i .
Keishts town Out of 203 registered voters only Mr TO AFPRtll I All I rsons hax'-i' !., de-
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for Keystone John j, r
: j Afternoon And Keystone I. circuit ( eur.. ..
TO showed to tidpate 'in Evening: : Party j en route to their home Hwmiltort Coumtf: :\! I: mands againM th "1.- :' Mary
officials. It was soil of an anti- up pal ALA & & Florid la fkaarerr. has bern filed: against In the ,, . _
Mrs. Bill \ ----------------------- I you kaboe i! A t.-I.un.! a (- !i. c"by
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the election. j Siprelle and Mis. Don Mis. W. \\ Coleman I j 1.\1. I IiU.::; T"iiie (I.' olivrira.! ri.iintiff. I,I named Court and cause and |
election not notified Ind
after THE 1 ; n-qmifd: :>
ihmax f Christoffeis weie joint hostesses of Wilmington Del. ate vacationing Mr. and Mrs John McKinney:, ,' \ .:Ma: .a dc (.""'Ia 'I.\.-ira. Ivt.-nd'ant. '',you are required to serve a copy of ,laims in the oft: e :.. iVunt fie ?t

quite a month ago. and apparentlyUo I'.irt InlayViner ltoa..tSaturday at a card paity: given at the Kip-; [ in Keystone Heights at White [ and I'hildl l'n'Isitt'd Mis.'il I !i'your!complaint answer on the or pleading to the Judge of P.rudfonl C -\ v, nd.i,
i i Cafe XO. I'laintiffn.ttftiicy
of the resisteted voter. evening, Dec. 8, ButchFox i 1l"etiae ?- I in the County' Couitho- ,'
thirds ; -" S: .rke,
relle home on Lake Geneva. eather Couit..Mr. Coleman is'Ith Melton in Waldo last Sunday. > To Appeari \ John 1Solotor.t.. Jr., ::I21'itt..s.on.i Florida. within .
I eiirr i' -
it. son of Mr. and ;\Irf..t"rett L i ... :\1...... dr ,
plain ( !''' \ ttliiclrai Kids. JavkMnMllf .
just Thursday afternoon Dec. 6 w the DuPont Co. ,,1 i We are having cottage t fjom tinfi.i' trtpublication
lesults were as follows Fox celebrated his 12th birthdaywith also] and used tie ; prayermeeting \\hi-**' 11 >itlr-ti"< ami .iililir1"1 .- t'n- :;. Fli-rida of tin- .< ;
Election : the
UeasleyKt I weiner roast in his back I j Thurwlay evening. The Slp..elll'home b at Humphieys Gold] Corp., in'the in our section this week: k iio'.t II. I,,ai. : For Mayor. Lester a i Miand You are hereby notified that a suit i.>f the Clerk of the Circuit I.. Th .
was beautifully decorated early days of operation. Mis. Bobbie Sunency: ; Court on < :7th diy ; ;N r-,
Williams 1; Leon aid. Dancing was also enjoyed j .1 for d.vorce < f.r I.eforr t h.- :! d.iv ,.f 1.... emtr.. 'T. ..:
: Eugene [ in the Christmas motif and the We ale glad to hear that Dot I |of Tampa al'e'isitin lelativesj ] has been filed agaTnst you in the J t';I-.'.. '.In'\\ -.. ; .- .ii.a'!! 11- : 1: ,..T \ -! ,
Hidaught, 1; and Wally Muh- I during the evening. Guests were 'I guests enjoyed the McMurtry is ff'elingbelll'r i here thus week. ]abo\e named Court and cause and aid Ccinpla! i.: .II be talon a* \ .. "' C
cozy feeling
hofer. 1. Mary Jo Siprelle. Mary Ann nowat ] i iyou are required to serve a copy of confei-t-d' bvm.. ". .'. Vr _
that goes with a fire th she is home Guests of11'. and |y our answer or pleading to the : ""' .
on the from the hospi Mrs John | '11' noti f -ii.n: be puitiixhefoni 1.1: ,'
B. Ucloto Schaeffer. DaviJSunderland ; .
Tommy Jones
For I health. tal. ( complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney pa I I. w-k ,
66. EugeneVilliams.. 41; Din and Jackie and Jim I The doctor has (given her permission I McKinney last week Wi'ler.. :' 11. I'. IJal.twin.: ; P. O. Lx lOt, xeiklb -'I.' li adt II.i- .r''U".JI\x Twig-, !'
"i, Mrs. Lucille Staines first to drive her car and t.iwalk and Mrs. R. An Lee. 6: W. Whitesides.. 1; and : my Fox. sisters and brother of was L {and file_ the original In the offireot 1
I prize winner up town now. too. Mrs. Annie Ward and childien ofWaldo.
'the host. j at bridge in the Her son. I tne cierK or meiromt court
Gene on
Gene Matthews, 1. i The only 4
afternoon while Mrs. ] Jimmy got a beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Bill! I'nder- ..r '-f..re Ih.- "1 lax "! I r.... i.ih.i '
Matthews we know ir the editor I Holt Morgan Kiilr: .-taiiNFriday I Gladys at school "thiner"j I 1956; otherwIse the allegations ofIfcaid -r---
the wood of
Hachman won second. Consola- other day. Hampton Lake Mrs
and \ e doubt he j' Complaint will be taken a*
01 t this paper evening Dec. 7, Boh
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and 'confessed
Tony Brault Louise and Mr. by -
tion prize was awarded Mrs. Irma collided in 3gamE' Hagan. and :Mrs ]f you.
would the time to serve in of Mr. and Mrs. This notice shall
have Morgan son 11 Il' puMisnedlonce
; of ; V. L. M
IIlushton.i ( Kinney of Gainesville. \
each week fur four
the tapacity of a Keystone I I... Jr. consecutive'weeks
entertained asroup '
i In the Ed Szymanski and daugh- \{ Mrs. Kate Starling was cabled In the Bradford County Telegraph. _
I evening. Mrs. Glori .
Height > of his friends and Schoolmates
J: Ifelherington had high te is, Mary Ann and Kathleen] who! to the bedside of her sister in': l>:it.-.l th.' H dIY i f .V : '.', -
Foi Tax As. i'sor. Tommy Milh I at a pie-holiday party. Tho score at had I.
I j b..i< can 67: Eugene Williams, 1. boys anti gills danced, playedALVAREZ' Morgani Mrs. 1 We : Clerk of the ('i r. mt Court
i I i was second high. Mrs. Margie Herbert Nelson for a L aie sorry to report that :.I.y Marian L. Crosby. D.-nutv <']I'.'k

; Hall went home with the n month has letuined to her home !( Mrs. Debbie Hall sister of Carl II! .'"" )i' !L J 'ifr.
consolation I _
I prize. Mrs. I in Wilmington, Del. The Nelsons] 'Jones is on the sick list at this j
Lydia Hurley won I took !j' I! '\OTH I: TO Al'l'K.Ul
Men's Clothing her to I _
Jacksonville writing.
I STORE I lilt first prize at the Canasta table] to catch i I i iI la ( Irruil Court llrnilford Ciiuoty,
Established 1894 : where Bolivia was played.! I a plane. I Mrs. Novella Abernathy an'l !! Flnriila: In Chamerr.'John OkI
We hear K.: :M.-Mali..n." : : 1'1. ir '-. \ -
that Betsy Mrs. P. son of Ocala
| Annual I'ariili SupjMT were visiting here 'Jean C.1.: < Jl.thon. !I'-l.n.i\
L i Hackman has been Monday. ('., V I' -
i Thuisday quite ill I ( __ 'edF _
I evening. Dec. 6. niem- with a cold :N oiler 1'.. AppearTo _
------- hers of St. Anne's Episcopal Par that came very near)I Mrs. Milliard Broughton of : J.-an i*. :M'M.tuenrc !.-.!< ., '. -. .

I IL------ 1'ish i in Keystone beins pneumonia. She is lecover- Gainesville spent pait of last .t"i.i addiiss I I !UH..HI Teenagers
FUEL Heights. held I i ing now. however.Mr. I week with her son and family I You are hereby notified that a
their iiit
annual for
Parish Supper and I
| : and :Mrs. Kill Lee were in I Mr. and Mrs. Cail Broughton. | dt\li ".. < .1 l'. <"',-;. il I v : 1 1'I
j ; meeting at the Church. '
Clearwater. of IiI.Ihas
recently.. and took Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie mill"1 '
1 Mrs. Velma : Imler of ] been filed
LaMee against
chairman their you m thejabote IT
: boat along and left it in the LaCrosse"isited her parents, Mr I named Court and causa and .o
and her
I For Dependable Keep Full Service ] co-chairman )[I"s. Amy
Clearwater Yacht you are required to serve a of
Basin and Mrs. John copy
11 '. as they SUirenc\. last Sunday '
Ca'I ( lrath. served and prepared;l lI piielitious lan to 1 our answer or pleading to the
retuin there for a few: complaint on the PlaintIffs
I I I a supper. Following the days l at .
Christmas Attorney 4' r..iii.i: !' < !I' <
I L. .... (Monk) DINKINS I meal the meeting was held. in will be guests time. They I'!j: We are glad] to hear that Shar-i i, Itt.x: : H'4.' <;.tin:< --\ .II.!! 1 ...! ... ,
iharge of Senior Warden of Col.! and Mrs I!, leen FJlinaton: granddaughter otMr ,and file the original in the officeof "
I AithurRorkwith. P uniyea. and Mr. and Mrs Robert I: j :: an.1 t Mrs. ;. the Clerk of the Circuit Court OB
SERVICE George lias- _
I Plans Rivets
I before
FUEL OIL were discussedfor I Karr.I : while in or the I
I building anI'\\" church. Tho John :; been released] from the ho.+ntal 31 d.iy of On iiiliotherwi
i Phone G.'l: Night 91 j Venerable Father Fred "Boots" Dctweiler. who 11! in Staike. !!! e the allegation of said
Complaint will
Yerker. be taken
was taken to as conifessed -
i 3s2 Temple Ave. Starke. Florida | I Arch Deacon of the Florida Dio- ty the Bradford Coun :Mrs.! Iiene Katliff visited herson i by you.Tt.c .
Hospital in I i
an j notice thall be
...... .. .. 1-'-si'. and Rev. Richard ambulance: ] in and daughter-in-law Mr. and !:, publishedonce >
--- e -'a a S.eS'-"-"-'-"-'--'-"-'-"-'.' IJinl. pastor a hurry, last I each week tor four consecutive
I I .>f St. Anne's were both i week is now feel Mrs. Colen Ratliff. and her moth- 'weeks! In tho Bradford County Tele.y yWFFICIAI. 'p
presIMI ing a lot I I .
better. .
.tt! the We are glad] to ( !.N t' r.
-- .. meeting.lliinipliro.ts know I I ;.
4 1ri__. i-:_: __ ": T.- thtt; he war, out on the Gainesville last Thursday.Ve j .I
( I. "I E.l.) Cliarlr.A _
) Kid I'art.atlllda .\ pOi d1 in a wheel : Darb
chair one day are glad to report that Mrs Ci! : 1 I. .'f i ( u -.
; ; ,\'. Dl'('. 1.1, the Enlisted I this week and that's quite a lot b t Ed I Parrish is much improved I J.3- :M u t.in I., i It.i > vl I v. i I'. ,. in c), ik
:Met flub at Camp man.ling"of progress from II 4i I u .
an oxygen tent. after
a illness.
uil,t! I DI the scene of festivitiesvnrn John Allen long
son of Mr. and ]Mrs Leon and Zeke
Dryden of J.tckr"1l'ille
% Santa Claus pays a visit to | George Clemens j -
Wifl Hillcrest be-j j visited thE-ir'mother, Mis FOR DEPENDABLE
u 'ne
offspring 12 yean old (,ilev came a Boy Scout this week when i I-:. Dryden last week. I
I <.If>i the Humphieys Gold Corp he advanced from I
a Webelo to a i'' Mj's. George Tison of Games-
emplovees and of the DuPont Scout at a meeting of Melrose'j I' yule and brotheiJohnny Lefevers Termite Control :

.- si.iff members. It is hoped that Cub Scout Pack 109 last e'ening ;!I were in our section last week .
all the childen! of these .
employees I :Mrs. Allen Cail of Gainesville} Household & Commercial I
will be able Mrs. ..
to attend. Paul
I Meng and daughters 11 i was here last \Wednesday,I Pest Control I

Duplicate( Contract Bridge of Starke were guests of Mrs J' Thursday, her days off from the V-M 'Teentime' Automatic 45 Portable
The Keystone Heights Duplicate George Schaeffer I, Gro\e Spraying !
I Sunday mot ning j Florida] Farm Colony. '
dmtiact It I .
Bridge Club met Thui.s- is always a pleasure
to gc'I j, Call FI .
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day an's evening at 7:30: ') in the \\:011I-1: down town in the evening this :MOOKK; THANKS VOTERS I When it's gift time, or just anytime at all, give
Club. High Score for time of year and see the I ,

: 11 and South Players wa, a tie between I l lights which herald the coming pretty I I sincerely] thank the voters Florida Pest Control i the Teenagers in Your Life this popular automatic -

$18000 Mr. andIrs.: of Christmas., who \4
Raymond Yes it's that time so kindly supporte my can & Chemical Co. I It's
Starnes 45 portable phonograph. tops
and Mi'snn IJisscl' again and the children will be didacy for Lawtey councilman. I rpm 1

(of Starke) and Mrs. Anna James out of school on %Wednesday e will endeavor to justify your con 34 N. W. 16th Ave. i for the "Pops" and tailored for Teenagers. Play,

Second high scoie was held! 19th. They fidence in Gainesville
bv will be dismissed at me by respecting the'' Florida

big 15 eu. [rs'elma Monzen and Mrs noon after their legular annual people's rights to the best ot my i iIf. a dozen or more 45 records with amazing tonal

Evelyn Caines. festivities are concluded. I ability. W. Fred M.IOIP. '
upright Winners for East: and"I..'.I 1'avij Servis. grandson or Mr i H i i qualities. Rugged case stands up under rough

freezer. I Players were Mr. and Mis. and Mrs. II. A. Whitehead 1 I in.
will and-tumble treatment. Youthfully styled
lite-seal\ mont Tolles. first. and Mrs. Fre'-I leave l Keystone Saturday for Jacksonville TUB RIGHT POINT for the GAY'SHome t

con*' ta Aiken and Mrs. \V. McCrary; wheie he will board tay you \\ritf'. Come in and se I forest green and white, cranberry red and dove

MGdel l YVMJ struction guards peak of flavor. second. plane for Saddlebrook.] N. J. This a It.'tour favorite ESTEll ROOK i AppliancesYour leatherette.f.
Fountain PPI reddish-huff and white
Club meets will be the TKLEGRAI'HXOTICE gray or
S big convenience features. every f Thur- sixth trip alone for i iI
; day at 7:30: p. m. in the Woman's David, who is 11 years old. His '
complete warranty cover ge. I Club. and visiting 'Ontrac mother will meet him at the New la rirrnlt Court Bradford 'ODDI,. '
i II players are always] welcome. Jersey Airport PlorlJai la Chaarery.: :
II and he will .pend Norge Dealer Gift
i I Mrs. llgen I..; HonoredOn Christmas with her. Thi-"d'.rt-. Sawyer. I'lamtiffs.! I Shop Today at
returning in AIIUa Nancy Sawyer -feinttit.: (. i iran
w Itia pootCome FREEZER Friday morning. Dec. 7 time for the opening of school Nu.. i"-isJ2.Jfotlre I XORGE APPLIANCES

Mrs Call] Fendrick enteitained in January. To ApprariTo I,
: Anna "an. )' Sawyer whose )
I I at her home with a morning cof Dick Sundeiland is home again redenand adilrf910 }:as t i iISf'th S MAYTAG W.SIIER'I I
to our big Summer Freezer Carnival. You fee and a : !; !Street IIrunx.o."w. Yurk.
surprise shower honor- after spending several j
can buy this new 1956 RCA WHIRLPOOL 15 CU. ft. : ing Mrs. Frank llgen. After Mrs the Baptist Hospital Jackson days in for You divorce are hereby has been notiritil filed that against a suit I'', S COLEMAN thEATERS and i BullingtonSTUDIO

upright freezer for* less than ever before. Top I Mrs llgen opened all the lovely] gifts ville. He returned to work at you cause in and the you above are named required Court to serve and I'I FLOOR FURNACES

quality finest construction 5-year freezing Fendrick served her guestscoffee Humphreys Gold on Tuesday. On i a copy of your answer or pleading: We Service All Makes
fiuit cake and to the complaint on the Plaintiff's
cookies. An Thursday evening, Dec. 6 AND GIFT
Everett SHOP
system warranty. free 3.year food spoilage war out-of-town Attorney II. C. Ilaldwin: Post Office I Of Appliances
guest was Mrs. 11 Fox and Orren Brannen were l'.o101, Cam eville Florida and

ranty. and many many other outstanding features. gen's sister Mrs. Tabor Hill of in Jacksonville: ting him at the the file Clerk the original in the office of ) 101 W. CALL ST. PHONE 265
of the
A ll1"usta. r..') Circuit Court on Phone 10
-- hospital.We ..
or the 31st day f tieoember I
HURRY QUANTITY LIMIltUl Christmas House Open I are glad to hear that S. 196:; ; otherwise the allrgations of Starke, Florida STARKE. FLA.
The said Conipalnt will be taken as

I Church Episcopal ladies of Trinity ._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ : |I 1
NOW ONLY $31995 are sponsoring a Christmas I ,
House in Melror.j this Adtenli""met ,
:year -

where special one gift this may season.go to The get little that From where I sit... fy Joe Marsh ;; I

- shop opened ::o15. and will be'open I.j I

: _= -= -- =-- each day until Dec. 20. II

-E Luncheon may be purchased for I

75 cents, and tea will be served | I
Just Call Me i
in the afternoons to shoppers i Cupid

free 01 charge. So be sure to pay I < t -
ft. '
them. call if you want something : I II I / : -

a little different for Chrir.tmas I is
The counter down at Pete's was and said to the girl "Well, let's I
this year I ; "
full yesterday, for three make him name's'Ricky' "
except happy. My
I T. A. Christmas Program j I
seats near the end so I plunked What's ?"
The Keystone Heights PTA will I \\ y\-/ .
meet Tuesday evening Dec. IS'' myself down on the middle one. From here I sit there was no I ,\,

at the regular time-8 o'clock. As I took my first sip of coffee harm done that time, bat jumping : :

The entire evening will be devoted -, a cute young couple came in-a to conclusions can be embar .

to a Christmas program girl in her early twenties followed rassing. In fact it's sometimes I -

with no business conducted. The by a fellow perhaps a year or two mean and intolerant-like the way .

-. I program will be one written and j older. Without saying a word, some folks jump to the conclusion I ., I rr. rJJ'

I ___ __ ; directed by the children, and alii they took the only two seats lefta man's "wrong" to prefer a glass )

the children will have a part in | on either side of me. of beer over another beverage.Remembering I \\-1\ '. ..'"

either the acting or the producI -' Lack of facts coupled with lack of I /: .. / } '-
RCA Victor my younger : : ..
Adalr.Budgel priced TV I tion. It will be both religious and days, I insisted the man judgment introduces trouble. V ,
with sensational new "Living Image" traditional.The take my seat so's they could be .. -- -- = : :;3'
picture. Full 261 in. viewable I /1 -- --- -
sq. action .
will revolve! arounda l lI
area. "High-SJiarp-and-Easy" tuning American together. He hesitated at first, Joe ilA.u. II
typical family on
controls located b
( ,f_, cabinet let you tune standing up I laid in raid family's living room Give Someone You Lovea

gives you needle-sharp tuning accuracy. Everyone is invited. J Ji |I II' Copyright, 19S6, Lnited States Bm ers FounJadonVeiOh

Balanced fidelity Sound. Three rich I ; I
I'i t'i11'1ll'nn'ot"r Call

finishes: ebony finish; maroon or limed 'J, Of course you heard the fire: Good StartNow

21T7U2: oak. grained finishes extra. Model siren on Thursday. Dec. 6, at i
I Fontana Village Resort
about 8 p. m. Fortunately for j / al I

$ $199 :Mrs. Madeline Smith. the Keystone : : ( is everybody different-at has Fontana fun! it's begun. He's taken the first Why not stop in this week and

firemen were on the job Fishing: is excellent in step on the path to the man you start a Savings Bond Purchase Plan

and were able to put out the fire :' hope he'll be. for someone close to ?At the same
......... /J Fontana Lake and you
at her home before too much ,II Fuh there's time look other services
.fihfeil) swimming i in anew over our ;
Many more big steps are to come.

I damage It seems was that done.her small son i t luxurious pool in Medical school ? Law school? Who checking accounts, safety deposit
I season, craft makin.
TV ServiceAll I Roger became fascinated with I square dancing, scenic: knows? Still you can be prepared for boxes, trust and estate management,
small loans and
I striking matches. and when the j I tours tennis, shuffle- I them. And you can start preparing many more.

chair caught fire. he war. afraid j lfh/ah/ I board. horse-riding, I right now and right here at our bank. We'll be looking forward to your visit.

to tell his mother. but when the" ,-plenty more to see I

j curtains began: to burn. he and do in this sparklini I

|: thought he had better give the _ air and I Part of
Work Guaranteed .. Free Estimates I Every American's Savings Belongs in U. S. Savings Bonds
; alarm. Luckily, no one was hurt 4.mountain play

... but all you other children who \ baby sit-
Fully Equipped DependableAll Tn U. S. Gwtrnmtnt doti not pay for thlt 04<'m'rMlIl. Th Trmury DtpqrlmtlllllwiMl.
________=_ available. Have
like Roger. have been told tha4 .. lor their patriotic donation the Advtrtttint Council end
Makes and Models matches are bad playthings take the time of your life at

i I Fontana. W r i t e or
notice and let them alone, here-
phone for reservations I

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD after.Personals today .Free color 0

folder. 4A1))
I We are sorry to hear that lit- i Id, w w FLORIDA BANK at STARKE

, TV Radio Seat Covers UpholsteringPhone tie Kay Sunderland had a head-on --Vfl -

:2.19: Starke Fla. collision! with a swing at school I FOMTAHA VI LLAGE 1 Member Florida

J which not only broke her glasse' I, RESORT National GroupGE

'- | but neces.-vtated six of Dr Chris-I i DEPT. S-58 FO "TA. VILLAGE, N. C. i : :.;
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Varied Repair Tasks Are PerformedBy Now Available To !

Service Section Of Guard Unit AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAHilton MAXVILLEUy Mrs.! C. n. Nolan 62-Year-Old Sixtv-two make application year old Women women for months nmvmow )i We Have Jacksonville Prices jxS f

Twin> (Vlrbrat social security benefits. L. G' j\
M:- Raymond Kil>:oie enter McDonald of the Gainesville -
manager j UNDERSOLD.-
afternoon b'
vetJ mi i n last Tuesday her six social security office has an- *. : __ = : :=- ;
wth t party in honor of nouiced The 1956:

I Th.veai' party old twins.was Floyd held and out LJo\d doors reduced from the 65 qua1Jf to 62.AmenJment-.j I i'1

'y r and games o were played throughout women These changes apply to WOI king( \ Shop At HOME SAVE Time and Money! f,
; Balloons
tft 4I the evening. women wives of men now receiving ( J.
were given to all of thegueht.s old-age insurance benefits,;( <
Those helping the boy.tu .- widows, and female parents who'i i J.! ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES New, Complete Line Of b
: iF1i enjothis occasion were Butcn child when i
I_ \ were supported by a
ILL 'Thoma1--. Joey Xolan. Raymond I the child died. McDowall emPhas-1 j i ,
Mae Harris Connie i Automatic Perculators Cosmetics By REVLON
Brown Clara ized that the benefits of women i i --
and Marian Higginbotham Mar- workers and wives who choose toI 11 j Waffle Irons
tha and Harold Harris Daniel and receive benefits at 65. He also em-,, I. b
Jut Arrived
Judy Harris. Sylvia Copeland phasized that once reduced the' j Electric Blankets
L Sandra Caldwell, and Gary Higginbotham benefits will continue to be reduced -: The (;ift Any Girl; Will ReallyAppreciate b

even after the woman IS 6": | *
Mr and Mrs D. B. Griffis and The reduction does not apply to Christmas Wrapped Box b
daughter and Mr and Mis. lienr widows and female parents 1 CHRISTMAS CARDS

\ Gnffi, and daughters represented Reduction in the age for women i 1
the Maxville Baptist makes possible payments for some I 1 FOR ALL
..._ I Chuirh at the Associational Singing women now over 65 who did not i *
'y : I i Convention at the Hickory have enough work to qualify under Whitmans --- Norris 5c To $1.00 Each bQ
: i
1'p. Grove Baptist Church last Sunday the old law. However a minimumof
""'""H : and 10 Christmas Cards for 29c f1f
,:. : afternoon a year and a half of work under Hollingsworth Special
; :: Mr and Mis J W. Thomas social security us still required -

f ....-" ,_'-CO'2i." .:7,. ;PAI'r. and family. Rev. and Mrs. H F. .
.:''P, .". '. s. Hi don and family Mr and Mrs Sixty-two year old women may', }
Finest Christmas Gift Values |
I .
F Sidney Harris and family and Sidney file applications for benefits or I
: Sfo Wellhausen represented theLong to I
matters pertaining
discuss any I IOldge
'f f ,
... at
:f Branch Baptist Church Insurance
'J and survivors |
.,. it "\ .h,I'tJ "r,;:.', Asrociational Singing at Hickory the Gainesville Office : the ,: '| WE HAVE EVER OFFERED
I : I Grove last Sunday.Mr i Security Aaminirr ration
.;: "' xr Social \
1 / 1' I and Mrs :Marvin Green and This office is located at 212I.
) 1 and Mr.I'. First Street, and is\j I .
I It family of Middleburg Southeast I B.B. GUN only 5.95Mens SUNBEAM WESTINCIIOUSK: : J
Friday from i i -
and family through :
;..: and Mrs. Albert Smith I.open Monday i
1 1I
\ telephone -
were dinner guests of :Mrs.: Ruby 9-00: a. m. to 5-00: p m. The I
j Mixers Toasters Ironers
( L Sunday. Also number is FH 6-7S01 -- --
.. Dm ranee and sons I I and Ladies
t \I Mrs Dora>> Byrd ani E. C. Pad- I I ,

t -, \s si.-tt 'I.Presbyterian' Church Bill Folds 1.00
M ;. : ;La., I uNYLON a
it 'v' d \ Mi and Mrs Doss Higgmbot-
; "".. .. .... I I i ham and family visited in Jack-') Fndavdult Choir practice 'I Ii ELECTRIC I SHAVERS
I [4 : ; \ jJ ,it } -.nnMlle Sunday with Mr. and 1 1\8\ p mSunday.
9:15 a. m. MurnI -
i" School :
..... ,1 Mrs. Paul Garrett. I :
Friends of Mrs. Hattie Nolai i\ ing 'orship."The Bible Speaks g Brush and Comb Set 1.00
01,' TIIK SEIUKE SECTION'of Co. C receive on-the- Congregational\ Ronson $19,95Remington ,
AIKMKKUS: will be glad to learn that she r!5:I Today." 11 a. m up
atli. work.ith wine of their equipment during a I Youth Fellowship 6 p 21
j.4 training -y doing nicely after undt'rgoinJsurgi'ry ;- meeting.
training session recently. In top photo 1-r, are SFC Ernest Tanner last Thursday morning a 1 I m. Evening Worship, 7:30: p. m I' ,

M'O: in charge). :S" |11-3 James \\illLuns, SFC George W. Testor Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville! Tuesday Women of the LARGE ASST. OF DOLLS Schick
and Sp-3 YernonV.. ( riffi... Engaged: in metal working oiHrationis Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sihmehls am,,j Church Christmas Party, 7 p inWednenlay i Sunbeam DAY ,
Griffis, Chester C of Jacksonville spen t Prayer
i the bottom photo are, 1-r, S3 Konnuk Sp-2 daughter I
Raleigh V. Crosby and 1st Lt. Joseph G. Wood officerin4'lurge. Sunday with Mr. and Mr E. D I 7:30: p. m.Thursday. ELECTRIC HLAXKETS AND
Rotwr.on Sp-2 ginbotham and boys. Junior Choir practine $8.50 Trade-in FREE TRIAL ,

; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Higg\nbot.1 3:30: p. m. Sunday School! Heating Pads 5.95 On Old Razor >

The Starke National Gaurd unit I Under field conditions the ser-I ham of Lawtey visited Sunday I Christmas patty 7pm. I' up ,
ordnance company -' vice Section can move afternoon with Mr. and Mis. E
in its misson as an I

has the task of variety keeping of in repairs.To i is needed. set up shop and make I D. Higginbotham.The Maxville .School children I of Lawtey visited last week with I' Come In And Look -- GIFTS GALORE -- USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN "
shape a large
I I Debbie Phillips.
I I accompli, its mission the will get out of school Dec. 19 tc] :Miss
equipment. I' and Mrs G. E. Cutshawof 52SZS252S2S2S2SHS25B5ZS2 ,
Mr '
The men of Co. C.. 718th Ar- Service Section is assigned one enjoy the Christmas holidays.Mrs.
mored Ordnance Battalion are being I 2 1-2 ton stake body truck equipped W. A. Cannon of Palalki Greenville, Tenn. are spendm homein I Your Christmas '
trained in the weekly meetings with an electric arc welder,, and Mrs. G. M. Beach of Hosting the winter months at their and have Koch Drug Store

to service everything from small oxy-aoetjlene welding equipment visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Heilbronn Springs frequently with f J
weapons to huge tanks Most of blacksmith equipment and body, C. B. Xolan and family. I been visiting quite Mi- =:
Jim :
and :Mrs
these tasks fall in specific categories repair tools; one 21-2 ton van The annual Christmas play and :Mr. familieshere

and are asftgned. to special equipped as a machine shop with I I tree will be held at the Maxville Randall Harris Maxville.and They other spent the : Open Evenings 'Till Ten 9i
sections such as the Wheel Vehicle such tools as a metal lathe, diaper i I Baptist Church Saturday night in
Dud liar
Sections, Track Section and Small and drill press and a 1 1-2 ton ,II Dec. 22. day.. with; Mr. and_ Mrs. i Ct at.aJ" : =
Arms Section. |I I trailer equipped with a generator But many of the repair tasks,I i I power unit which furnishes electricity Mrs. Hester Hicks of Lawtey I and rC.- W. Isgett of Aj -
especially welding and body work j I I to operate machine shop] visited in Maxville Sunday with Orange Park visited Saturday I 0
!I and furnish lights for Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parrish and with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bell and
that cannot be handled by other equipment I
groups are turned over to the Service -II the company area. !: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sweat and children.
/ / Elrod'sFREE
Section. Amoung the jobs First Lt. Joseph G. Wood Ser- I family. Bonnie Padgeit, Gloria Cannon XMAS Elrod's BONUS SALE Li
performed ty the Service Sectionare vice Section leader, said that at Miss Gloria Higginbotham and i Linda Waters and Shirley HiRKin-
Tommy Baker of Jacksonvillewere botham were the Maxville girl
machine shop work welding I the present time openings exist in
electrical repair blacksmith work, the section for one blacksmith,\ d.nner guests Sunday 19f Mr enjoying the Christmas party
body repair work, painting can-I two welders two welders' helpers, and Mrs. Leslie Sweat andilUmily j held by the 4-H Club at the Baldwin
j | Mrs. J. C- Xolan is feeling bet- School Monday.A .
and leather and wood one metal and a High
vas j body painter
repair I
working. canvas and leather repairman.Book iter after a couple days illness birthday supper was held -n IJ ftIr __ ..____ .- "'"'....
I last week. Friday ni ht.ov.. 23 at the
At The TabernacleAn of Fzekiel. The evening, Mesdames Dora North, Janie home of Mr. and sirs Joe Lucas
message was delivered by the! Hisginbotham, Gazelle Sweat and in honor of Mr Lucas' birthday. FREE FREEWITH
interesting illustrated studywas Sponsor and was appropriate to Rosalie Nolan attended the annual Enjoying this occasion were Mr

presented at the Gospel the Christmas season. The Taber-I Christmas party of the Duval and Mrs. Avery Slade and chil- WITH ANY PURCHASE ANY PUHCII.SEOYER
Tabernacle Saturday night by the nacle violinist played several numbers I County Home Demonstration I dren of Hampton. Mr. and Mrs WITH ANY PURCHASE
Sponsor showing that the star I Clubs which W l5 held at the 4-11 Claude Greene, :Mrs. Mary Mos OVER $100 OVER $150
which guided the Wise Men was I Club Park on Tuesday, Dec. 4 ley, Mr. and Mrs. Lucas and Susan $50
first placed in the Garden oi CHRISTMAS PROGRAM Afterwards they visited with :Mrs Peggy and Gary Lucas.
I Hattie Nolan at Riverside Hospi- Harris carried her Full Size Full Size $11.95 Value]
Eden. In the heart of an apple Mrs. Mabel
A Christmas program andChristmas I, ..._.. Beautiful Set of 4
,-an be seen a perfect five pointedstar I little daughter. Evelyn, to
The Sunday morning message tree will be presentedat j Hirtlidajs CVlebraUdI sonville Monday to Dr. Carl JaCk-I BEDSPREAD BLANKETChoice
was brought; by Mr. FredSacher Bajless Hiway Church Friday I and Mrs. C. B. Xolan and who is going to give MIXING BOWLS

taking hit text from the I night Dec. 21. | sons. and Miss Patty Parrish all treatments for her legs. We allha.e Choice Of Colors Of Col.rs
enjoyed a shrimp rupper at Pat'sDrive hopes that Evelyn will soon
Inn in Jacksonville Fridaynight be able to walk without her braces "--"' = -
Dec. 7. in honor of Mr. .
\ Nolan's birthday and Billy's and Little Norma Jean Rhindress|
Bobby's all three being born on has been ill at her home here for 'Jt
I the same day. Dilly was 13 and several days. We wish her a t GAS S
FLA. Bobby 11. Later in the evening B speedy recovery
\ birthday cake was cut. Those en- Mrs Harry Padgett, Mrs. Dewey I
joying this occasion with the hon- and
REV LEWIS D. HALVES Pastor :McPherson Gloria Cannon APPLIANCES !
orees were Mrs. Nolan, Mr. and Bonnie Padgett were business

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town Mrs. D. J. Parrish. Patty and visitors in Starke Saturday.Mr. ,
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 David Parrish Mr. and Mr v J''I and Mrs. Bobby Godwin of II, RANGES HEATERS d-- -
Lana and Xolan
C. Nolan Joey Jacksonville have moved to Max- \
and Mrs. Kathleen Wilson. vile to make their home. H WATER HEATERS
A.M. 8:00 P.M. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harris I From
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 Mrs. Daisy Padgett, Verdinc
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. were business visitors in Jacksonville : Harris and Irene Austin of highland -
Installation and Service Bed Room Suites 99.95
Tuesday.The were visitors in Starke last i -

Midweek Service Wednesday 8:00 P.M. Christmas Tree at the Long Tuesday ,
Branch Church will be held on I
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at Thursday night. Dec. 20, and a
Chrifitmas program will be held or
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday.

=- Sunday Mr. and night.Mrs Dec.Simeon 23. Phillip I pL CE YOUR Ranges Blankets ;: Living Room Suites -- 114.95

43* IRSU Refrigerators Lamps :

GIVE HIM AHE'LL Water Heaters Coffee Makers i'
with this Agency 9-Piece Solid Wood Mahogany Finish

PracticalGift Toasters Irons And Others Many I;: Dining l Suites .. 205.95

because we -

carefully check jour re

quirements so that you get We Invite You To Open An Account ---- One Year To Pay
adequate ;

help you get prompt payment

of your loss; Ask Us About Our Special Bonus On All Come In or Drive By Our Store, 218

represent only] strong companies Temple Ave.
And See Our Bonus GiftsIn
I Cash Sales. It's Worth
with proven abilityto Looking Into. ... _
Our Window. They Are Beautiful.A .
all losj.es.

Shirts --- Botany Ties --- Interwoven Socks --- Buck- Call or phone. Very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from All of Us

Skein Jackets --- Shoes --- Botany Pants --- Curlee Suits s'o
.\ -. At Elrod's To All of You.
Hanes UnderwearAt r o.y

4'h ,.\..

Prices You Can Afford !H. C. Wall\ Agency, Harry C. Elrod Furniture Co.

Alvarez Store
i Phone 146

Established 1S91 200 E. Call Street i Lowest Prices Easier Terms Your Credit Is Goodnun.n' I

.. Starke Fla. I I ';.J '. _r'r'1"i.> '_.'.. n. : _'n' :: -.-=-ii._. .__-_. -.-__.. :-' '. ._ : _r.:1: : .__ :: '-;':' $ I II:I


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, : To Brooklyn Lake? ,, Tax I Councili

i ("ontll1'.I'.1 fi-.in P.iye: : 11'

ikhn I-ake di up' Ai.-i "s" th.tt! mum'
  • 1 K li'ii: sing : :ie most u*gent need in : "
    ., -
    Th.it I us I the question lUiienilyj; 111<1be I taken t.. iimeit! the disastious 'Y'T -- If .'. :' >''i'untTeacheis. salanes < :It t t .

    ,>", ". n.nj those whu live around I Iio It water shmlaie situation :I : thi highest priority for fund-!

    shines ot this once beautiful! | e.Mbtm,; in thus area" .-,' with maintenance next and n.\

    Keystone Heights. The storm-in-I resolution were: Fred Sache'' !, Also listed as urgent problem-

    dined rainfall that ] chairman Ijnd: Walker. H. E. rpir maintenance of Coun: .... .
    ; Till .
    wy were sf- | \1.; uiM.lxiil '
    \I' : III til. > .
    i w i : >I' |II .i\ l.i .
    ( n i '
    this )1'1
    surf ns,
    < .: ..'\'e:11 inches in Septemter j Wig I I"J" buildings right' il'i! .u ..h\ n t I' l h'X-. IIIIi rl t h ,1 l i I. in i ,ill I \ i, nv i i I',.,, s i | ,, i>' ,iv It -
    p I'urJy, Roy Browning: William } ights-of-way for federal 1.-1
    ( mi l'tu' I
    had little effect on Brook- Baker F. W. Schroedei E. L [ j J.IOJlCtS.
    little for few I ---
    Ivn It came up a Southwell Carl C. Games amiMrs. The proposal of the State TIN
    -Jap. but went right back down Mrs. Johnson ( I lina II' Ol ( I IIJ[: '. I
    Anna S. James se< retaiy. Cotnnnsion, received the endoiM--

    a> you watch" residents of the I The action came as a result of '" ,., U. I.. OH'rturf Jr. Minister
    .' .' .... [, ment of the nine people participal-
    a:t'd declare. a gradual drop in the lake's level '":': .. 1 I Dies Victim SEPTIC TANK
    : ". '; "!.\"" "" ;.... '- __. 'mg' in the ; Sunday Bible: Study 10 a m
    Alarmed: at the steady and con- over a period since 1917 to the ___ '. 'It' .... -
    The Tax Commision would I<< 10-

    tuiued 1 dtop ( now estimated at 131 I If.et present time when. in the opinionof fl....: .. ... .- _.... ._/'\ .....-.'\ : :- _.-.:: .;.'F.: 11t-\v: pressures on the local taxSSe5SJr 'II Of Fire Injuries Morning Worship 11 a. m E'eCLEANING
    one resident. ii Mrs. Stella img Worship p. m.
    "normal'1 h.'veIlI) ,
    below the ) | rules and
    ) ;; by setting up :
    Stanley Brooklyn is the lowefA it .. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 |
    nn-mbeis of the Lake Brooklyn .....' .. \ .0 ; ...< jstandards; to be followed over the Mis i 1'10lldlnd"1 "on John PHONE BROOKER
    has been in 31 y ... .
    't .. :
    ('1\1" Association met at I'ark of ..- 1 whole. state. the group said. This'II M>n.KS.. died! in a l.n-al! h sl.itaJ'TIIt.sday I .111.P..adio

    the Palms Nov. 21 and adopted a The receding waters have left \r-t.'st::"'-- ...,, I would tend to equalize assessed {I afternoon as a lesult ofi program "Old Paths"

    the != Con- boat houses stiandcd high anti :\ I and : received about three weeks each ? md.i\ 9461
    tesolution asking soil; I i valuations 50 a long way i I burns : 9am: Si.-'un

    -vat .or. SiMceo make a sur- :j dry in some cases more than 200 I I t II ward solving local financial ao: when her clothing taught: WDVH
    _ _ _ _ _
    is told! in
    \ 0" in 'iv Ki'vsiitm echal ge i feet from the water's edge. and ,1 i Till: STO.RY Brooklyn! lake's plight dramatically problems.In ,: file as she was standing hunt

    I j, many of the little ponds and bays :(f Iit tore of ill(' Higlmay 21 bridge, showing high l water mark! of ;r: the report. the Council said! on an open fireplace.

    which formerly were connected feu. jears ago, and present low le\ci of the lake.! Note iiaiiiton ''it would favor periodic reassess- Mrs Johnson. a native of M.ik Sell It Rent It Trade
    cut off.
    with the lake are now
    uritten therelien water was su high ;r boat
    under side of bridge I Iment of the County by the State er County. had been a lo.sidi'!:
    : Islands, sand bars and points ofI
    could hardly pass Iteneatli. I Tax Commission while the Countytax of Bradford County for :"i2 >'e I' -
    !:In.1 i now protrude from the waterI _
    I assessor would annually Survivors include ner hu.sbmd\
    whereas once they wel e covered I WITH' A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
    I I lead just old values and add new William L. Johnson tout dang I.
    NEATEST ." I I and hidden from view. gallons of that total is di.st-harieil ins in the application the damage j :

    1 into public streams. being done to the aiea and to I values. I tl'rs.I's.. Alma Stalling and Mis

    A week before the Xo21 One of the questions involved ."i .trees, fruit. agriculture, etc I Tax Assessor Gene Long cha.rj: j, Viola Griffin. both of Starke.islffie Lmc Rates Good Results ftafsy Tn Place
    of 150
    meeting. some -
    a group; persons
    XMAS BUY of man of the Council. was unable i of JaeksomiKt:
    of the lake is One of the strange aspects Manning
    i met at Park. of the Palms. the drying up 1 it(II \\ORDS OR IJ>: S. ONE IXSEKTIO! .VW
    1 whether the deep weels at the the situation is that Lake Geneva I to attend the meeting Friday but and Mrs. Alice Altman of Miami
    heaid. the problem discussed and
    affected indicated later that he is general1ly I five and Jininiit- F.\CI1 ADDITIONALOKD 2o
    mine have anything to do with it located neaiby, has not been sons. Volley
    to take
    clei-ted the committee '
    I Siprelle saul that in his opimo i to an appreciable extent I' opposed to the idea of a State \ Starling both of Staike. Roh... ::.',.. \ \11IIII10N. FUll HI IM II)s 4111 tils MIT IMIII liltMK
    irl ion I Tax Commission. fearing that it I II 111"( OIT OK IS IT.lt: ti:>T 0> TWO Oil MUKK l > siiiriO: % .
    of Glen St. Maijs Fault
    do not. Starling
    I Anothei m.etinof the Association -
    ; Amun those who addressed the I : ;
    I would tend to interfere too much'' .
    Haas urne'l I the gioup to .ipph Stalling of Sanderson anti Ko- -
    1 were State Senator-elect has been ( ailed I tot January I
    jsioup I
    ihamiei- : ,n local assessment problems. Long Johnson of Jacksonville! a brother '
    o\'ellll11t'ntal ; .
    through :: I console ItS "I- : -M.I
    Turn Adams of Orange Park. WJ for a 1'1I'Id.1111111.1111111! I : t of tliolOO.Oim i :? at 7 .:W' p in at t the K.\ stone .said. that if a Tax Commission I I'were Oliver Anderson of Jacksonville' :t down INCH at TELEVISION Pahmsr's. tfchg I ;. .t T'uk. > II Mi..in., i.

    Sipielle of Humphrevs Gold : I I l'li"li 'M I i ). acre ti art involved, .si i ess- ,'! I ll iv ignis Women's ('Iun : set up he would prefer a half-brother A. B. Davis of !Ii.! I K I I'nlli, .. II, n- I K.u.st.i: I IIII .1.1i "

    i ( I 1 pHratil/n. and Soil Consei- -0- :, that its members be elected rather Folkston Ga.: a sister Mrs RORIS i :-:..l.i iglit I, r.HIM'' i -. 'I! MILiii i -

    \ :it..m.t DU !Iai.Si'ielt I i s.i-: lir.iiii $1! .. .\. re unit go."i! 'li, S \l.l j"'I'rt".1 c' "
    I than appointed. Howell of Bmokei, and a minibei linii-e .ii'il! fiin.ii'!i ; -> "'it litnlit- '.'11' Si. .2 i :%lak, > in' .
    Law Officers
    t.hI! the I > it Policemenn Hear
    gnuip .
    discussed: .
    Among other issues of grandchildren. ;llliTSl.UIll: .'1. ;I'M T. SllIiUlU1 : :- I \ ,11'1 hUIHK ,'a.
    lill"'flhr'y"i| <1 pump-! tot II of I of the Tax U.,1.$. St.|1' T.ik.i'.imtx l.ail : nil ". h.'Kfur >al,'. I
    .; .mi illuii- minute lioin .. ir: the meeting Funeral services will be heir I., right hand 1.1:11 at ::..t.i 1 I.. \>.- I:"... Shi I,, k I:-,. \ St... ,
    |POT : ,Council was a proposal for 1(101) !: in the Pine Level Baptist Churchof .X:tir.-v Sli'iltV.il.' .|.- |Iii'EtIXI' : I"ittt.ii. I Ut. I l:>.\ I I"
    ,is '\1 ii iVt i i d.-i-p. .mil 1 th.it :200UCHAULEY ) Held Here i l-'l.t. .
    ,Judge Speak At Supper 1 per' cent "honest" valuation ofj!! which she was a member. Sunday I : ( _. IMmnl.. i'ink.1 i ,:|...11..1 in '

    pioperty. Proponents of this move I I'gl't' at 3 p. m. with the fl.ev.V i I'.1.. Hiiihn.u lint 11\1 FOR S\l.K- ".!, atn-s. \ -
    : stul! that the full ,'aluation"ouM '".1\ ll.IXe In" ".1) tic ful h..uixxith luth .' '
    : : '.t ,4' F:. Hall officiating. Burial \\ ill I. !F SniiMi,, lit| |! tI""I'1.I. .elfrtri. i I
    r. increased revenue since the | follow in the family plot in LHi' : nut arilh.iile I,..,. .
    k ". <>:\ base would be broadened to 1 uH.I d. II..I Till H"ll'l.l' I'll I'.ll.lV .
    : In.II S/atk.i. Kt I
    luting in property now covered grandsons of Mrs John.sonHK'ill 1' '''. '.tti.,.1:1'i ..I i I' .1-1'111.1\ i I Like \llutl.T PtaE'itIt

    ipi1q p. f i I \' exemptions, even though the i iji.illage i n- l |I..ix "i n"! f. ...I \\ ,

    ; ; I I: I ,li'i' ''ti ;,1, n i I.. !1' 111'1
    could be lowered to compensate -
    !: sIlL IT A i ": .\1.1 : \iac -

    SI'-) : for the increased asses.- The next of the Bi.id I I I..1-1 I :\ !I' I:' e '. IP.I" >1:1.:) I k ..i.'u' W.'I..I'. .d-.. -lIIail oI '
    'ttkA meeting \i|.io| i\ i i." 'I! i i. ,I'l:j i-' .i 'ih t II- ,ii-: I iii It ..iiii'iii.-ii. I::::; Mi \!
    i 11 -" :11. ford High Si'hid l PTA will! be heir1 .-i "I' -III!,,I- C I lip 1.i I'.I\ 11"10'1. 1:1ITla : \\ .
    Twit viewpoints were brought Tue.ii.Ian .
    j 2N'n nifet.ugdl

    .: concerning the method fur 1 If '.fl'i: 1 Ii" ''. !t.- i
    \\ : in > > 'r n-i ails W \ ::-'>i
    XVXNTKI'< ::
    See Our Fine Stock : s3: j; tei'inning! the actual value ot1'iopeity. of[ ', h.o1] llts'I.: ..' I": d,. !t-ill.I l\ in\i. i:si \ u: KIIK. \II: I Si.'illini's Trui Sti| \\
    ... ; I I'h.. ,.
    Of II I lI"harl9;at.
    \ I ....
    0,1 1 I/ I IS 'I rnilr n t'r this U1; nrrrs and'
    I f i ,,- .E \\'. Hayes said the \aliu. 10...".. jiiol i' .. mi. tr..... ...... n I own.Mtnrr !
    Bulovas : __ !11:1\1: .\ : ,
    .. | I'n.e-
    I Kishrs l tmili i .r a |tliitii t i. i "
    < 1t 'I!" i lid l be determined by the sell- '_, : :: Q' ::::_ -= :. : rit> "f riiinl .aiutIlils I. g.*..ilInnil '!. NIII.I- Krutlfi.nl 1'1'

    Elgins : 'L: price of the property But thi'iv :> anil his hits "I' Jl l.h..a. lri.nl- '' -gr.ii.h. :' 1'
    ... ----- :0"" on Konil 1'1.1. "this is )..ur !
    was challenged by A. .1 .
    'ITIKI"n SM.I': T i
    Gruen and t Iii lair I. sxinp fur miirr room.
    I 1.." >.11," Sr. who said that the DU 1 II. "-n- 4;:;. H. 4 ii i .' -
    .. .... I ..f St.irki' nn HIM.iv ...
    I nails ot Hosrt | *r in this i.
    Wadsworth II { I lung capacity of the piopeitv THEA reSTARKE Iii tK.. U It. It. httiii.t ..u %. il; acrrrthat O.i: --. Ji lit 1. l lKIM l\ '

    I I E. JOHNS & SON ,:, ".,.:.ii determine the valua Con L FLASUN. ] it seas l nih tor' %rr'> '......r..rl- ,

    about this :,,>;> I Ii\I i iou:. ', hr lieu riiiims :5 rt' 'lnr::r.thf .
    i,i question Kut: both agreed that the tax litiui i i : room is su-i.n.. ihpaaraur 1: SXI.K' -- i.ini! II. i I"

    WATCHESFrom -. -.;.or would be on the spot if1zi is nllnrliril. 'I'ilr in kiKhrnanil :M.I l.. I i-.x.'r. :23-11' sii i .
    : ., )10TU'S: : .
    lialh. I..scs Itsi in a c 0',1' srrli.mf
    "The newspapers are full of .' assessments were brought up .... HUM I'tituiris: :
    DEC.) lf > is. n. ( an Imnillfd for as
    19.95 Up i hunting accidents but these .' t i either standard. School Superintendent -.17.1SI :'Hllr as Sl.lHHt ...... n. '|'..t.il I'.i.-.. Ii. .,.lx tOo iron' All ".I 1.I 1. '.1
    : I I" e Chii.-tin.is ,
    DOU1JLK) FEATL'KE{ : s9.lNi.I: lift-- I'ri' '
    Harmon Morgan disnied -I ", txxo fur $'! :"ill ,. ,
    are only the serious ones..! the steak! held la..twt'!;. I'It'a- I 1,1,1 I ,
    And Remember Always Buy Principal speakers: and hosts at supper St from the i idea that the "Man From Del Rio"lIthun ......I ami ..l iii :: II. it. .... sjusi MiT I.' liri.uii: /1.11'.1"' ; i "iI I II

    Your New Watch Imagine all the lesser injuries l Marke! police were, left to right, I.oui.'aimHi ht. captain of tin Z hlni'kte. Ironi I'ost tttiirr lias a I -' !i' I
    the assessor's.
    Where You by p.obleni' was tax i .
    I and to .\ \' Quinn ami hatj Jiirul.i ins rip Iriiitl IMITI h a nil .....-... >anlta
    damage property i \\'. T. JatUsoii OeuLr 1'oliee Chief Kennetl I .... rui': II\T ... ,
    !fan have Fast, Dependable guard at Kaifonl Major Eveybody jumps on the asses- .-lnu on nnolfarr siren l stub l % KIr. .11 i i-

    And :;; that occur.Vill $10 buy $10- j AlvareStarke I'nliee Chief W. K.: Thurnton anil Circuit Judge 1MrgI. ). so..." Morgan said when ithoutdn't I'M'S car ""0'''''''. 'I hrrr is plrnl* roon in ap.irtnu,\ ii! 1i4'j: i,.. III'I.h -
    ExperiencedSEHKE :.1'| :\< i'Inn. ,
    this hitinr. I'rirr for i'a h or Irrnis. i : |
    000 Personal! Liability Policy j jcou'rinir "HOT BLOOD"Jane j I
    I' -. I'attcn. l be his burden. The as- I I 1I l7WI'.IIt
    and all | :><, \. I'arni anil trr, luri tun I
    me sets fair evaluation.
    members essor only a Klissell and Cornel! Wilde
    l.ril. ruoiii hoiiir with lialh.l: inI'liltitation I'I SAI.K: i":>:; \r.ii.i ,
    I of my family for in- ,I Membeis 01 the Staike Police al I t'llks: alxiiit police Will k i Morgan said. The County COIII- ('iiiein.iscoM| Tin'hiHciilnr C.....|.t aliout on.* arrr.ll 'I \\.iKim Cii.iil l ....iiiliiii.ii \, -.

    juries damage Department received helpful i Alvaiez advised the mer. :.1. nnsioners and school board levy ton Maul a tarsus \itli a .'.........0'1"I. i it'-atfi A- .dol.'. :ti..i I
    or we may I I'liiN, Color Cartoon For .,Ic hiune S..r' >::'.701.... >...i shoulilsri I Shop
    i i cause?" j pomteis from two experienced law I practice loyalty and good publ
    GEM i enforcement officers as they held lel.it-ons for the benefit of th, I j responsibility of the com paints. Children \t K SHIP PAXCV: l\sKi I". -

    JEWELRY j a steak supper at the Garden \ department. "He loyal to the mal"I| Guy .Andrews realtor and REALTY OF TURK KIPKNKi':< : I I'j ill \V,
    WEI. THUKS., DEC. 19-20!} : ) .VXVKI.S: TKMI'I.K: o\M|: ,
    Restaurant Monday night. work for anj try to understand former tax assessor. said that
    DOUHU; FFLt1'UUE"A ;
    Charley E. Johns The guests f I experience has shown that when ; I:
    policemen's I
    "The House of Fine Kiss Before Box 4GG I'hone 487-J ., M XUTIN'S:< FItIITIIt|| .1'|
    Ch.ef Kenn.'th 'chief urged. This will result ii r the assessor raises values a cut Dying"Kolxrt TKMI'LKi:
    Diamond i evening Police\ 337 S. Walnut Stark!
    i harmony in the depaitment an,L' in the millage doesn't always ie- Hunter ::1.0.
    j Wagner Jeffery .
    Avuox! ; ot! Or.'ila.: Louie L \VainAnuht. I ;;" ilt. i ...1.I v ",
    & Son ( a more effective police force h e Ii suit ana the assessor is the man 1 Mai.. '.. .
    109) E.: CALL ST. Agency iMptdiu of thi guaid at j' said. who gets the blame for the \irgini.i Ix'ith and Joanne CADIXET: and Carpenter Work luxfur ail"Ii'" t <'it) "I-.i( p,
    t tue State P1 Isun. anti Circuit Wuoduard Small new and repair jabs accepted.

    STAKKE;, FI.\. L Patten hish- i, Alvarez said that the police,., higher taxes. Joe C. Hicks. Rt 1. Eoi: Kin SXI.K .-- inl :1", in, I
    I Phone 13 Starke Fla. luiigt George PLUS J..7-A : [ iKhg .
    .11." ;
    "The burden C.in lie .
    man's: "manner of approach" to,'. i falls on him i." .1 !'I': \\
    lighted the artuities with inform of I Pr.itt St ..r ,ill 4'\\; ,ifi. ,
    ward the public is important an<,j I whether he deserves it or not. "City Shadowsictor OUt: TENTH \NM\EHS.inY It III. :t I .

    -: _: =- ; __ -- : #: __.::.. : :" :: .:,jI.-. :...:: _c ", r :" :_.. .::-: '" Q.J i advised the officers to practice 1 Andrews assessor said. He added the that the :MeI..agten All Ktuios Malta -iiti\iuii All Modrls i] I P.iir, ciin-f Canit-n: Ti .., !I..o \

    courtesy. j is usually principle I Plus Color Cartoon ItrnHuaalilr" Charge' guaranteed KiUipnient Fur S.1... ..! 1 ,,1
    county official to put up a resistance cuts. (:. siiKriuiin 1 for "v.-,.I". k. 4 Rill" s..i.'h, I IStrkt '
    I Wainwright/ followed this up by to 703 W. fall St. Marke I'll. :239: on Hu\avM. I 1:1: l I r:,
    DO YOUR LAST MINUTE higher taxes. '
    reminding; the men that an offender FRI., SAT.. nEro 21-22 I IWHEN II J .I II tri .. ..0'_:L'lp; : .' _
    The Tax Council also heard
    has "not committed a I report from Starke City Councilman a DOUBLE; FEATURE IN" NEED OF : "'II sit! SALE 194: PI>'nn' mill i.4l..t.r ." ,
    dime igainst you" He told tli&officers "Taza Son sedan. 2-tone emu I : \. .
    I Joe Andrews III on the'' of Cochise"lltx'h LANDSCAPINGFILL lent conililiiin. Had..... ht.s: i.i, Mturs .'
    not to take the offender'sartioiis
    CHRISTMAS SHOPPING I Can lie seen at 'I 1'.11S..n.I. \ ','
    city's Hudson
    as a personal offense but DIRTor .. Station 411 I S U.tlrn.i I I -.I
    I, This meeting ended the work 'I
    to, treat him courteously. Ir. j.:
    I for the 21 member Council setup DISKINGW. '
    Wainwright also advocated that rsKit PIX.VOS: FOK SM.I': i islit. in October to study the local .. :1 Iah (:ral.tI.o.s 1'., ..'
    IN STARKEAT the policemen practice mal ksman- tax structure and report to the "That Certain Feeling" L. THIGPEN, JR. I I'priKht". (:ridl..v MniInr C'< .

    ship with their pirJols. A police Rt 2 Box 215-D Alton Rd. I, III 125X'. lnsver-it) i', I'l,
    State Council as an aid in recommending -, Rob Hot( ', Kva: Marie Saint and .'rallkllll40:2.: : lail",1I1o ,I'l 1.
    man cannot always trust that rnCtOS : 7-J
    It. legislation for the George SandersTEniiroixK _tilt .in.u I jU
    THE the fact that he has '
    just a pistol next session of the legislature Starke Ha.r XNT \ 11011:
    will save him from a tight scrape:
    Long said that with the final Plus 10 C'\1.1. tOI II IMfXX
    sometimes the officer have Serial Chap. 12
    may drafting of their report and its "ii m: s \IK TV .. i.'ilri.'im modern .
    Color Cartoon .. .., h.\'. 'in :New and ,. ...1.. ,
    to !M-.C the weapon he said.The I[ For KidsILL I 11 in\\ h p'- in .11 rt cleared i rn MI'
    submission to the State the : duxxn
    group ax I luxx
    UinI xxiih ;>" iti i\e I.orated .1- I 7. '"
    Raiford guai captain al- Council will disband 1 mil. Vir-li .1 It.stev on 30]. : 'Monlhly payments |"ik>. i.nt U
    i ._ iKu l .
    have ,
    I ,0 told the Starke policemen olniie I \\' 1! :St 'I' i Uami lt I Inx :3Ti.1.its' a (iii.stli. in.n .r \t ,
    t I tfchg. limit and well kept. li'.n.. !li,! -
    I of the advantages of joifliflthe ;! six. to f if It'"n years ,tK", '. ,
    Over Million/ ,. t.in| l.efi.n- '.,
    $3 Health
    I! Florida Peace Officeir.' Ass -, FactsOf 2" PAID ON SAVIXO3: KET- I u l.u)

    I i'IatwnIayor \\". T. Jackson I t STOXB STATE RANK KEYSTONE FI.Omn.HEAI.T '
    1 : HEIGUT3. FLA.. MEMBER \ ( 0.
    CLOTHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY seixmg as master of ceremoniesp.xpH'.ssed In Series E Bonds course )'ou have often FDIC. Of Starke

    [ interest in the association -, wondered why you often feel
    (fitiy Andrews. \\. K. St-xxt-li
    and said the bad
    department BoughtlnCounty all over jet nothing seems : Elrod Furniture Co.. I \. J.

    GIFTS FOR EVERYONE would! investigate joining I II to help jou.Thousands. Phone 43. ttchg i Thomas)

    Cirruit Judge George L Pat I 'F' '1! T'.KXT: Tw.. Ifedroom houe i Irlrphonr' a't

    Satisfaction Your Back At All! Times ten commending the vital pars On May 1. 1941 the first Series of people likeour'.elf "iiiifiirni-ii. |
    or Money ,, K U. S Savings Bond was issued j i hate :I :Sn. 0" lip
    p.'li"'emen play in the community ) found Chiropractic ,
    Sine that date. Bradford Coun- l 'FI'IXIS/ltr. mn'SK F-r ,
    said that the public doesn't fully i| to Ixi the ansuer for this I 'F. .I: I'\---"l Steps 4 and 5ft MarTins Fruit ier.:
    tains have than ,, .. Shop i 1..1|;_
    of Our I j purchased more l iiKth" F'rat' in tallalinnl-
    --- Regardless appreciate the work of the police : condition. .
    tt'.i-i ivi.rk .f all kind J odd TileC
    I $000.000 worth of them. In addition FOR In-iT-l: and 2 bedroom furnished

    1'1" it'. l.'T Lafayette SI. Phone Il.JIf.hg I: .
    ,, to that. since June 1. 19.: :2 Your apartn.onts Set: Billy
    'M.ivor Jackson indicated that Chiropractor knows that Jackson Central Tru-k I.im -

    the police department intend t I they have added close to $50.000in e\ cry function in your body h \\'K hAVE rl'>.... ,in furnished apart- Phone lt5. tf.'h<
    ( I
    I purchases of Series H Bonds ni..n'MI:tilil-( I'-r *>iie or tli4 \\ "
    Low Low Prices I make the suppers a regular af- I controlled by the nervous sjstein. -nt---, p...,:.;.. V. ry T.-r.i.'rMM' }' t'lIC SHE i
    Of course manof thev have nAll .,..Vd".t. t'U'1I: IIItE"'tU: : jill 'or; fllj
    He said lie li
    I they are not only also kno\\ that spinal Jlu.a.'uu 1IIIKK1Phuor ;
    I already been cashed. but S. L Mr .nut, f Mi- \V ii :\.Jill. .1''. :-J, >

    enjoyed by the men but by hear I Peek Jr. County Savings rOn controled by: the nenoas sjvsure \V M.nt..." >' If. hit ..r l.flr T..U..Khlnj Ml -II. :::IIK and

    ing speakers from other cities the Chairman. estimates that a minimum on the spinal nerve and C hri..iwaa... Order..
    WE j men hers of the Starke force I I" ". n ||KiV: FIIIMflurahomr.
    REMEMBER valuation of S1.B.".0000 of slow down 'adl function of the .
    Lay-A-Way 'I 1 ins ome with I \\ "I'U-: \\ \NTI.II \X l 11.11 Kb.rlda
    acquainted the prob- I the Series E anti H Bonds are stillin body. I ii 'Ii; :.' "

    I j jeii's and peisonnel in other areas I lsM.s UN l.tllf.i:
    Free GiftVrap\ the hands of countv resident I iA XTKIV.S(:< ;:II'TIIS.: .. .\\'AII.I .-

    NOW! A NEW SALE I "This backlog of liquid reserve* sure he remotes the t'au..tof Oil SXHII. TIISi I AP.LK rio m.U.Ff.ItIJ"OI'S'TV
    I i i WKITK THJJ.; It %W.-\TKI. i
    ,Negro Teacher Held i can go a long way in r.'istaininz i )our trouble.He \\iIl not give i \: ."...11 iii.me* i r. 1-ft/.n", t.: t.t.(, i COMPANY v.KST "EA"H

    It's Getting Any ItemPurchased iOn Drunk Chargei I, us though locally: unexpected.in the event economic of possible; re- drug to cover up the ailmentIn 1-r..d...-: __ _TREE aT. X 1A ,4t,\ kTX li iR 1'I!'I.

    remo\ lug the nene presItmponrily. Hax-e I'.u>"rs Waiting Fur
    EVERY WEEK I! ver't's.1'" Peek said. He-irabl property FOR RENTroom house, :2 bath-
    Late Here i \ :\ teacher Monday plead- .
    I Utility house
    large '
    i' The widely predicted stampedeto yard 2 blk .
    td! -. I li tilli from < h.,1 Uea..
    it suilty before County Judge r'-e ; ifcTROlT AI\'t-rt./Ig rent 10 p;
    cash War Bonds at the close r.f i Adkin- St. key next door
    T A. Yawn to of iI
    a charge drunk- I
    I' World War 11 never occurred. I'hone lOll today. HKII.TV tfrht:
    ] ennes.s and bond wag set at $3;>. ,,
    1)0; I The t cher.Iary Huff. had and in the years since 19t.: the .li.hnie Hapirn. R.-pTK.T APARTMENT FOR RENT: on Madison -
    For the Lowest Prices And American people have continued St. Apply at rjax's Horn
    been : "07 HUrke Fla Antilianie
    arrested Saturday and held Phono in tfi-hir
    CIlUot.: I to buy heavily to finance future BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC !" Iir XX a'-l! lilj 0-;' I :
    I I in the County jail.!
    largest Selection In StarkeIt's a college education. home construction I i'y' >;.w with small Iiown 1'a-
    : I Sibool Superintendent Harmon business "enturevacations S 4tchg U H II' itt '? Trade. You aT purrha>e

    Always The I Morgan said the woman had been and retirement comforts.In : ,II any"Ii 21 FUICIDAIKK monthly 1<01)11..1and APPMANCK:

    tea,'rung here since September FOR :;.\1.1'I: TP..4.fll'-.ur roomhoti \ '.iir f.r,;t pax merit s\ ill mr
    1952 the introducedthe .
    Treasury ,. .
    CLINIC -.', IMII are lan'l. deep well I t.nitdue until Man h. at
    but would be "no longer working Series H Bond for the older i'.ai, i k r.f Iradford: Furniture Co.Th'inid.s .. Smith's Oarage. :it. hoc 12/1:

    \Ve Exchange We Refund tot the school board." He said I :Norman Kt. 2 LoX 47stp -(:.
    -- j investor\ho wants to collect! his
    ; FrT SALE ..
    ,shi had not been able to 4 Block* North of 1'ost Otiice : 1'l p.egi ter.d An rubnlls -
    interest income basis. and
    on a current heifers and Rated Hay
    We Satisfy ne proper teaching certificates Florida's stake in this vast I :ModernMethod: Lady MAKF: : THIS CHRISTMAS one that grar"cud.. J. P. White, :North i',.
    xx.II la-t a life ',m. fJiviyour, Rri II 2tp II\
    .iin. e her employment The case hoard of liquid reserves is conservatively Assistant Steam Baths f-un'lv, THE WoP.LD IIOCiK: "EN-

    1 ,- set for hearing at the Janu- estimated at YI/nF'EItI\ A. F'axnIlepr: ... FOP. RKVT Pnfur o.-l 'hre.

    --1, ._ __ -_ _- : : : _- _: -: =-' _. i-mt-.i:::: !: -, .I "- > tern: of County Court than S.VK) million more-. -1T". 'a'.x..*.I.h, i'.n.ii 'H i; .x W. 6t..'t.. t tie ST.!i.rk.' 14-" : ii.Pti..... m 4'I..WBRADFORD L.L-v ;I'! .".

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