The Clay County crescent

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The Clay County crescent
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Green Cove Springs ; Orange Park Fla.
Green Cove Springs, Fla
The Clay County Crescent Pub. Co.
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Newspapers -- Green Cove Springs (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Orange Park (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Clay County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Orange Park
United States of America -- Florida -- Clay -- Green Cove Springs


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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began July 15, 1927.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 105, no. 33 (Oct. 25, 1996).
General Note:
Oscar Johnson, editor.
General Note:
Published in Orange Park, Fla., -1996.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 10 (Oct. 3, 1946).

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WHO RUNS YOUR FAMILY ? ,> St.rr.c.lumn One and Questionnaire \Page. Two f


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i County Parents Are tot'a\

I As A Matter of FactWith I Happy About Teen-Age ARC OR'f

MI aU-fcwt-ene- new grew ef depwtles under Sheriff DisciplineDontKnow Answer

Jennings Marries new In charge ef law enforcement In the

County, The Crescent herewith begins a ***** ., ... pie-
tar stories on these MW Men whe chewed ep last week Inset _*_ (See Questionnaire on Pate 2)

a ef hanssewM new rendgnl'enna.. By the time Clay County parent are almost unanimously disturbed

this appears, the. County Jail. b scheduled to begin an exterior Commission ReElectsAll about the "teen-age problem . the virtual low of control

tranafennatlenj a ..., .f whito. paint over all the social' activities of their children.

This la the guarded consensus revealed In a Crescent

-- JirJ"' ;; "' ew _. ..4g The Old Officers survey of more than 40 County parent following a small

.w 1. ; rash of high school marriagea within the past few month
.- - j",,"' County Commlaloner Luther the County Commissioners While :37 out of 41 parent* queried by The Crescent said

:""I' "ii" E. Wilson was re-elected University Orientation to beheld high school youngsters need more discipline, virtually all
n*, Pictured b Mrs S. A. Biely, chairman ef the chairman of the Board of at the University of Florida of them said they did not know how to apply It, for fear of
'. Redcreas School Volunteers. with Mrs Elisabeth Oliver, serious reb.llIon'on the of the youngitcr, Five
a: : County Commlalonert at 1U on Feb. 4. a more part
Director ef Volunteers for the Dnval County Chapter ef the the attitude that until youths had
annual organisational) meeting of those queried took
d. The orientation I
..9.w ..."... session,
....' the on Monday. Commlaaioner which has been set up by the experienced the cold, cold world for themselves they wouldnever
\ Marvin L. Oreen was reelected take anyone else' word aa to the pitfalls that await
,'1''! Workers Florida Aaaoclatlon of Agricultural -
tt )I""I. Cross School vice chairman of the Board. Agents will go Into such them.The

The motion to re-elect the matters as "How the universitycan problem Is not Just local. It I I. national or even
"- Start Work At Bennett School two officer was made by Com- help the commlaaoner and wider

'b. '.. .. miaaioner Walter Odum who Ms community," taking Into The Jan 4 issue of Newsweek says that all too often

..'J-,.,.. . The first croup of Red Cross Bennett School P-T.A. to the moved to "leave everything aaIt consideration such fields u nowadays, It U the child rather than the parent who "seta

a t.i. .*. "' Bchol Volunteers completed following women: Lillian J. II." The motion was seconded education, bualneas, engineer the standard for adolescent behaviour."

: training recently' an datarted Blely, Vlda Beauford, FlaurlneBecklus by Commissioner L. H. Lan- leg, health services, political However, the magazine points out that "In many: communities

t' Ni' working this week at the : Antonlca C a n 0 V eMary > cuter Thus, without having science: architecture: and fine across: the nation, parent are counterattacklnit

.i:1l'o'Mf! Charles E. Bennett Elementary Dawson Eunice Kuhrt hia name mentioned, T. J.Jennings arts and physical educaton.In against this form of teen-age tyrsnny
School. Thelma Mona, Hue Pugh,
John Anthony Fetereen. II year old, b administrativeaaalataat Jr., was renamedCounty other business, the Board Codes of tIlU.'" behaviour are being act up by par.
Sixteen women completed Mary Lois Saam, Shirley Stone, .
to the MW ...." ....... after H-year aunt to Attorney.A greed to do whatever possible ent-teacher and parent oruanleaUons. The Denver Parents'
the standard Red Cross courseIn Margaret Thurmond, Marjorie
signed by State Attorney -
the Aruay. Deputy Fetcrsra fer UM pact five peen hM been to Improve Walter Odum Park, League ha published a 16-page guidebook for teen-age
First Aid to the Injured, Tinkler Connie Tucker, J.rT'IWIWama
sergeant major ef UM JatkaeavfO. ........ ,....... He William A. Hallowes.Ill a 3-acre tractlven to the conduct: and In Warwick! R. I., a new code will shortly be
taught by Oeorge Campbell of and Elans William- .
b a native .( New Terk whe hat ,....* .to lb. County far announcing the reippolntment County several) years ago by distributed to the home* of every one of the town'i 7,000
Jacksonville and received a session soa of Richard C. Oordle ..ndFr.nk
five yean. lie Is( married to the.aces' Marion Fife C... of Red Cross orientationfro Ralph Coleman, the developerof high school itudenU

tine. e( Sesth Carolina. They have three ehildren.xt mMre. Elisabeth Oliver, director Bcruby ai aaslitantstate Meadowbrook.' The park, located The Warwick rule were dr.wnIi> on the bal of an-
attorney of Oordle't
of volunteers for UM March of DimesA In the Meadowbrok-Bel- awera to queatlonalre mailed to the parent of high school
111/100 annual salary, the
Duval of the lair area, la said to be In need students. Her are some samples' of the nultant rule*:
County Chapter
County pays 179.18. Of Scrub -
of flU "No parent ha the right to serve alcoholic beverages to'
of March of Dimesactivities '
variety t>.000 salary. the County
ARC.Mrs. After the Board acted to
other peoples' children Parent should not allow their
Marls Rondeau and will be taking place
nothing. The .ppolnl-
pays continue The Crescent, as the child to attend a party where alcoholic beverages will be
Mrs Mertle LeClalr preemted'Publle locally durtnl'be next few ..
menu were effective Jan 5.Tftr "
". -" 'a .w"Tunleeeri
: ,.sged. .e"e w r -
Health orleatation and days according to Mr1..J. C, ,\"GeoorrggeC.srllaM'click :
= .... .....> .: .;: Doard,;vwed-.rtor alto*''> ol- the ., ihouldtol'lave car'for*their own
title basks. .smd MIIamrod:_tI'"thaJrlb.... Amerlan. Metal Climax, Inc.,, a ue.
Board, pointed out there was j> When using family driving privUagee should lit United
aa Smith gave the introduction The Beta Club of day High the right to do exploratoryphosphate .
question aa to the va
some "
to special occasions and essential family errand
to working in tbe school. School-will have a "Pedeetrtan drilling along the
lldlty of spending public fuad
Certificates of recognition Block" on Oreen Cove's downtown roada.E. "Parent should meet their dauhUr'i or sons dale, before -
right of way of County to publish the official minutes
.s 4' wilt be presented at the February street corners on lie tut. :. D. McCall, County Agent they go out together If dating I It allowed, preference
"y of the Board's meetim. The
meeting of the Charles E. day. Tom Ellis: advlaor of the should be given to double-ct.Un,."
extended to members of the Hoard voted to discontinue
*Aft r sporting event high school seniors should .be
1 M supervise ibis ac
( group Board Invitation to attend of these mlnutee.Santtartan .
''yeYt TOP CAM PERFORM UvU,. an publication --- home by II o'clock; after at-home parties by midnight;
I after Informal de/goes by U:10: and after formal dances by
A MIBACLB Mrs. John Bradley has placed "
y, I o'clock.
miracle March of Dimes envelopes In Returns
You can perform s
Borne of those queried by The Crescent said they felt
the focal achoola and students .
by donating your eyes I that high school: student who are married should not be
h after death to the North will be brlngglng them home permuted to go back to school '. "tecauae It act a bl

Florida Eye: Bank for Restoring for contributions. example for the other; kid; It gives them the Idea. that
Bight Ine. I Posters and coin boxes "
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Walter Ru..d Harvey. Si. b the deputy nalgne4. to \ of business by easy
It b placed In places Others
discussing the teen-age marriage, favured allowing
with the FbrUa
the Keyttone area. Formerly a treoprr will
Highway Palm Deputy Harvey haa man rtfttIU been per cent of the blind persons the Rev. Jim MeCultough vrs tv 'r :,iP +. the newlyweds to 10 back to school ".* If nothing
In our t'OUnltld remind all to "trlve generoualy" had happened , Ttwy already have one strike ...Inal
Electric e_.. A native ., Fablka. hrb
employed by Clay .
!, receive' vision I immediatelytf to fight birth defect them, don't let's" make It two"On
of FetaawCounty.
.. Lee Pk..he
married to former Dorothy
| there were enough eyes Climaxing the campaign the national scene, a widely discussed\ eaua of teenage
They .have two children.JaaMe I available for a modem mlr- ( will be the Mothers' March manages I II the efficacy of the new oral birth control

-- ,... !I ask known as the comes) which will take place during pill Doctor say these pllla, which are available only on

e : :,fJ' transplant. the last week of January Mrs. prescription: give teen<< -sgers a sense of security! they would
tone are ...table from any: H. U Blackmon will head the not otherwise have. Apart from the moral louse Involved,
: Lions Club member or from march and U asking for volunteer the
t t Ile efficacy of the pill I II nut perfect \
\ Dr. R. Timothy Carter Orange mothers and dad who
i, On. of the moat rommonly. Bard replies In The Crescent -
Park optometrist who will be "mothers" for a night, survey was! "If I put down my foot, they'll Jut do It"lf \

i 4l b chairman of the Eye Bank I to take part. Mrs. Blackmon 1 < being almost anything from dating to drinking to running

Committee. I; may be contacted at Oreen easy to be married behind my back.

1rt Applications for eye dona- Cove 214-1131. The Crescent Invites IU reader, those with teen-ate
f lions are available for a ; These same activities are being children to fill in the queatlonalre on page A tabulation

? W'4I | modern miracle known u ( conducted throughout the of 'these win be turned over to high school: PTA group

: '*Art.( i the corneal transpbnt. county In an effort to encourage to. Richard. C. Powell. aoalaUat. County' lanltarian. bas re- In Wren Cove, Orange, Park and) Keystone a* a superficial
I Applications for eye dona- Clay County clams
.. guideline for whatever further action they deem
a lura4 after completing a l-etenlh In-oervu* 'atningee.rse may
( vtr ,- share In the campaign. at the ..... Board ef Health. In Jacksonville.FeweB feasible.

',, ; who was named to the staff .f County Hanitartan Obviously the more seriously these question are taken

u I- Hosiery H. R. ...... a year age, b a native .( West Virginia by three who see fit to insect them, the more useful guideline

New Burlington ... was gradaatoi ./ the I'nivrroity .! rbrida la IM1 they will b*.

after serving In the U. .. Nary SI ,.....
Center In Full Operation

B. Cerhln. Sf. b the new Cewnty latter. Femer- Production operations are In ton Hosiery, a division of Burlington FirstFlorida-CountyHistorical Ztmmerman Preach Sunday

b with. the Canty Mad Dept, Deputy CerMn b a native fun swing at Burlington In Industries Inc., are being

.f Tkesl.. Ft. Be b .."... to the Beth Craig. hosiery center coTMoudated and expanded
dustries'\ giant new
They have twe children.Edward in BuUn ion. N. C. at the new center, which reponemtl Objects Now At GCS Library

Investment of ap-
of BurlingBOeUSTS an
Local operations proclmaUljr .i gallaon.: The beginning of s collection letter addressed to the clerk of

$ The move and installation of of' Floridlana, the tint Clay County (at Webster the

"1 x't' CBZVoaTDl00RPORATED manufactatinff equipment was such pubtkly-owni collection then county ..II, complaining -

.AOAC4 carried out la' .late December, In the County, have been given of the poor administration
the u> the Oreen Cove Library and of hiatlee In the county:
oper.UonaD1 are
t Robert Chevrolet hae been during time
the are now on display there, according Mr. Andrew said the Library
down for
chartered u a corporation, according ..- shut
according to Frederick R. Andrew would Ilk. to receive' a* gift,
to aa announcement Christmas holidays,
f j 4"w executive *. County Librarian. any historical material pertaining
B. Sain
'raw this week by>> Secretary of State to Thomas
of Itouaed In a glaas-enceaed to the State or County
Torn A4amc.Tbe vice president <
company orglnUDy bveorporatod Hosiery. Through months of cabinet, the small group of object which anyone might' like to ensure ':

In ItM. became a planning and cordtnaUon with *, mostly having Uwtr origin the proper care and perpetuity I t

partnenhlp a decade ago. Under an phaaee of the company' ooeraUora In the County, f..ture a of.ahriff. I *

the new charier, the company we were able to make nld-tnneteenth Century map 1 .

K II authorised U shares of the move' without dJarupUn of Florida (no rubatantlal h/O'IORART" .111)111; ?

Claaa A common st afpar value mice to our customer." Sew change save forM absence. ..
finished of Kryvtone Height, licit then Jwnnlruri Murrtvee {. / .
of $100 a share and M.MO aaid. We shipped .I
hat skid' that all former
shares of Class B common atIt )hosiery on the first day our eatabliahcd and for the presence < ..
a share.Ineorporstors. production employees reported of a tongue-twisting town honorary doptitl turn in -

were John T to the new renter. heal south of hem Covet, their card to hi office, The E.v. Gras !I.r..... former poster f. the FlntMrlhodUt {

$.,... ...-nIIL It I* ....... toOraaxe W Corrigaa.: Edgar: W McCurry More than MO truckloads Additionally there are Eighteenth : Thaw eligible will be /Its (bush. rH rno to town Tote Springs Hendayevraliig
Pan area A farmer paotor W the Irish Creek and William A. Hamilton an ef equipment were transported Century English pipe< sued new earls, be said to eotUocI. a feet u.r 'fi xklng. ..........* tililiuM .

....... Chnreh. Drpwty ...-nUI b a ...... ., lataaat members of the Jacksonville in the maarive undertaking bowl. arrowhea. and Indian The BVrlff\ skid tint h* h..M ...atry *l Till al Clam flnt Uethedlat Clarch.

y\k He wa. rind. In Treaty FamM and e'swated' .. bw firm which represents Q. L which was handled by radio- shell bad found around the card be turned In not later The member* sad frloiwl of t"J'lnl" MetlMdbl Chsrohwin
rampart of Ft M. Franc! de than the end of this month. hold a Covered Utah Supper k..*fl\.g Mr. ZlmaMnaanWedMay
Cram ('-. lie b eaarrM to tW I..., Janetle El__ Roberta president of Roberta controlled track of the -
They have five child,'.. Chevrolet. Ine truaportat: division.! fup: and a copy a an 1144 eveaJag al 1:11: al ties C:'.,...


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QHatf( County (ErescentMT tptlildttr I Moving Day Teen Age Questionnaire

it coot row cur it coon ron tmf .cuncuir' by DUNCAN GRONEtt Br i ,

DUNCAN aOLDTHWAITK 6RONER-EDITOR' MO PUILUHERCLIXABCTH 1. I am the parent of ... teen-age children now
LEONARD GRONER - SECRETARY It was April, 1963. The .... Dr. Oeerge Bewari attending high school.
Lurching across the street, the man might easily have
PUSUSNID EVICT TtUMDAV r. o. soi BT ors CICI T Pew INC. been drunk. His long legs twisted to crazy patterns designedby 'menta of a broken box of ointment 2. My child has his (her) ,own car: .. .. ..)'eI..110

CRIED Con grama. FLORIDA emotional and physical exhaustion. I Ace we move on, let us (strike one).

TtUPHONI GCS 284-3168 The big yellow door was locked ... it.was locked An be careful not to leave behind this
IIOM* CUM PMTMI rut AT snii Core .PlI.... PIOMM other grunting push opened it and suddenly there sat the .some things that are very pre. 3. i do.. .. . do not. .. .,. fully approve of

SUBSCRIPTION RATES stranger almost stranger.The dons /. My child uses the family car with 0... without
ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE ..,....... ..:... ... SUM man from the street recognized the face; he knew Moving gives us a chance to
TWO YEARS IN ADVANCE) ..... ........... SeA it; he had seen it, nodded at it In the street. It was"a thin select. Let us leave behind . . . restriction.
race, facing the kind of long head psychologists associate shabby thoughts and crusty 5. My child has dates with persons I do not know
with Intellect and perceptivity. It was dominated by flashing tempers. Suspicion, jealousy ... . .:yes .... .no..
Hobson's ChoiceThe and somehow immediately understanding black eyes. Eyes ill-will, selfishness: they are
that crinkled as If they were used to crying and laughing like a blight of frost on flow- 6. I do.. .. . do not.. .. approve this.

County's voice in Tallahassee will be muted If not at the foibles and idiosyncrasies of the guy: who just went en and, making insecurity life a thing of fear 7. When my child goes out. I do... ... do not.,...
by on the street. He would have known the foibles of that
altogether removed by the ruling last week of a 3-Judge fellow Just by looking at his'face, his greeting."HI Shakespeare in Othello, gave know when he (she) will be In.

federal court in Miami that both house of the Florida ," he said. us a great tragedy of suspicion . .
'. My child does.. . does not. drink alcoholic
must be reapportioned on a population basis by
Legislature The man behind the desk might u well have said :you and .Iealou/,. Desdemona was beverages.
July 1. are the best and dearest friend I have ever had. Your DR. GEORGE F. HOWARD the innocent victim Strange
Already; there are mores afoot In Miami to have this re- problems are my problems: Always, always square with me that Othello never suspected B. I do. .. don't really ., know whether my child
apportionment stepped up on the theory that given that and we'll never have any problems between us. I once got a fairly good sago. Like a cat playing witha drinks on the sly.
much time, "the rural bloc will carry away the State. The visitor shrank Into the chair opposite this sermon out of the horrible or mouse, lago played upon the
How will this effect Clay County: man. He had come ready; to face a stranger and suddenly young deal of moving into a smallerhouse suspicions of Othello. If we 10. Over and above anything I may do to control the

The County, with a population of something like 20.000 faced a friend Foolishly: he didn't know then he had any after our family had art going to be suspicious per. behaviour of my child, I think the community can

persona, now has its own State legislator. If, in reapportion where a friend and, big as he was he wanted to stretch on grown up. The sermon had I sons let us begin by suspectIng do .for my child and other teen-agers the following:
Ing the lower house of the Legislature every 20,000 persons the floor and cry as If he were a baby. But he did not cry, three points: destruction, selection our own suspicions!
In the State have a legislator, the lower house will comprise he held back tears because he had miraculously found and adaptation. I thinkit Then as we move Into a new
2,800"members. It's as simple as that. someone who would listen. The friend's smile made him would be a good sermon to house there must be adapts.a ... .. .. .. to. ..... .. .... .... to ... ... ....0... .. .
think he would look foolish If he cried. listen to as. we move into tion. It Isnt easy to leave the
If Dade County (pop. 1,000,000) has 10 legislators . Suddenly the visitor began new year.What old familiar home and find that .. ..... ...... .. .... ..... ... .. .. .. ...... .... ... .
one for every 100,000 residents and if Clay County is allowed talking an unpracticed
Babel. He talked a lot of junk we have to settle down In
on. What accumulates
he said was he
vote but to keep one fifth its own of a legislator vote. he would have not a whole for him. Surprisingly the man behind, the thought desk kept, sad smil: sad as years go by: things we strange, new quarters. It ware .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ... to.. .. ..... .. .... .. .

ing. It had changed, that smile, from a smile of have outgrown and things w even hard on the family eat. He
..;** The only other plan it would appear, would be to lump a smile of warm compassion welcome to have had thrust upon18 went back to the old house, .. .. .. ... .. . . . .. . .. ... .. .... ... .. to to . .. .

Clay: County In with enough other counties to give the The talk, the monologue of this man went after against our will. These have to knocked on the dor but, getting '
legislative district a population of 100,000 persons. Under day for months, literally months. on day be destroyed. But tome things no answer, he settled downIn .. .. ... .. .. . . . . ..... to. .. .. .. ...... .. ... ....
such a plan it might be possible, but improbable, to make Was the new house
there a Ood and, if there was die: must not be junked. in the
some deal to rotate the legislative seat each term among finger in the pie of some fool who had, net He have any I noticed that my wife warcarrying best chair as usual to .. .... .. .. to. ... .it ..... .. .. .... to.. ... .
the four or five counties. The rub there is that the two always be.
lieved? What of old love .
about Charles Darwin and the hell with that some my In the new home (or the
most powerful counties In the would not be happy to
group damned and charming letters into the new house I new ) It
smile of yours? Where do :year would be well to
hand away their power. On top of that it would give the categorize this? Am I an ape or Is my mentor this boob you Also the faded petals of the remember what that famous '
district freshman legislator at term . BUD'S GATE STATIONKEROSENE
a not a good
who has It first I
made lock
'- e" who covers himself in ashes, a man? rose gave her. a of chaplain. Studdert Kennedy In
situation. Where do we seoaratet lovely fair hair from our' firstbaby the first World War said: "The
1 Of all the plans the most acceptable, we believe, would The man bel..nd the desk, still smiling as If this visitor ) now a grandmother her Christian creed Is one which -
I be to give. our own legislator a fractional vote.:His mere could lead him Into new Elysian fields, knew, somehow self. We must not leave behind takes away all cushions and Home Delivery or -

presence would be beneficial in the arguments and councils the answer to all these silly questions, all before they were those precious things that leaves a cross No man can believe U-IIaul It Service Available
of the body. asked But still they kept coming Is It worthwhile to try touch our emotional life Then I In the brotherhood of Phone 284-92b0

-*- 'j to keep hanging,on? And the man behind the desk always there are those Inner qualities: man and be comfortable. So, Orange Ave. and Cere BL GREEN COVE

smiled as if to say you are my best friend, you dare not courage, faith compassion, hospitality In a world where so many are
A Teacher For Penny leave me now because: I need you. Yes his smile would IIi, love, sympathy Thesemay homeless and hungry It would r
it it worthwhile. not have any commercial be well, just now not to comPlain .

The School Board on Monday approved, without dissent, Sometime the visitor, still unsure of himself though he value but they have a spiritual If our life is not cushioned List Your-
was befriended, would ask the man behind one. What is home without In ease and softness Perhaps
a teacher for Penny Blssette. This would be for one hour desk to "say
of formal training weekly with the hope this may be something" And when he hid, the visitor lost his Inhibi those symbols of memory and the Son of Man still walks Clay County Property
tions before his Maker and his Friend. love among those who have
broadened to two hours weekly in the near future. no placeto
In time the man behind the desk departed. And 'the "Ood must have a niche I In lay their head. With'
Penny Is an entrancing young lady In Keystone who is from man .
street was silenced A lonely silence heaven for things of that sort;
unable to attend school '
The man behind the desk returns to Oreen Cove this said Joseph Fort Newton."The Frank W. Brown
We believe the Board's action was mature and com week. His name Is Gene Zimmerman. angels must wonder why He SHOPat

passionate. keeps them." Yes, it would surprise ADd AssociatesBesMerei
There Is an ugly story that in the dim past a family us to know the things .
moved Into the County with a crippled child. Some geniusrepresenting Setters which God tucks away: a Beal Bstato Bnhs* -
the County school system took one look at to fly* ,Etiftnr Crown' of Thorns, the tiny HOME UM v.& BDfkway If Osage fat
I the child, so the story goes, and suggested the family move prayer of a child; the"frag- p1/aa E61-Mu -
Jx Duval County. They did.
If it costs! twice, as much to give a handicapped child To The Crescent: To The Crescent:

st meaure of what normal children get in education, it will I have Just read a recent art.
.be worth It. to our own consciences if to nothing else. icle on our present principal of to your article on
a And[ U Penny Bissette Is a reasonably fair example of Clay High Schcol and I found High Mr. Parker, principal of Clay EFFECTIVE: : JANUARY let, 1965
-what VPptcapped children have to School In the December
offer this Investment the first two paragraphs
I jrtH pay. tfl in the years to come. Informative a reporter's very 31. U8t, issue of The Crescent,
we have a few things we would
- work of art. However the third like to say:

and final paragraph is not only What difference does it

The Voice opinionated, but bears no relation to you whether Mr. Parker make retires .
Of Scripture to the administrator %
whatever. at the end of this school 4 1/ '
:year? Is that so spectacular .
Teachers and students say that It makes headlines? People :
morale Is tow .
i : Implying our retire nowadays everyday ,,,,,,, ..
principal Is responsible. Really Why don't they make head. \It. :
Mr. Principal, don't you know lines .. 'INTEREST
you should
: go to classes each'da
and students at ,.:'; J
wearing blue and white. Clay High say the morale there '" ,.
lead cheers In the halls between Is low." What teachers? What ANNUALLY

.tar rpv ,classes, and felt all blame for students We didn't know you (Correction)
losing athletic. teams. had Interviewing sessions

r- "Basketball teams walked off Haven't you picked on the
the court at a referee's ruling" sportsmanship of Clay High
Mr. Principal at this enough? Do
point only you think we're -e4 .
you could have saved the day the only school who does this

b y replacing these referees with The students of Clay High ;
W Impartial i Clay High faculty f don't enjoy being called amateur '. ..
members to appease townspeople Janitors or janitors ,

and student; body alike.A of any kind for that matter. ': :
.9.t -"raise for the coach",for inStilling We enjoyed "cleaning and prettying :: ,

such fine Ideals Is certainly up the building"! for Compounditl
in order. And just what our school's sake -'and wes
does a "pitched battle on werent forced to do ItUnsigned Quarterly
football field" mean? How can % w( '

a school administrator control (Editor's: Note: The policy of t, ,.
eleven individual efforts The Crescent Is not to publish ". . ., or ,"

NOW ON RECORDS THE VOICE OP Our principal was even responsible unsigned be letters. Letters must INTEREST PAID ON REGULAR SAVINGS ., :,.<, '
for using "unpaid and at the request l
SCRIPTURE THE HOLY BIBLE- amateur janitors" to clean of the writer the name will :: .
desks and walls that have bee, be withheld. An exception Is

TilE NEW TESTAMENT come a work of art a result made In! this Instance to give ,
___. from five to ten yean of dill Mr. Parker Ms day). I

James Version)
( King
gent effort by students with' .' "I. < dB. J ..... "

;here1 to the Talking Bible. A reverent reading of the the use of knives, pencils and STUDENTS> .', "
eatirw -NsW Testament word for word and .exactly atwritten. l.what-have-jrpM. You have lie? f choice ., :' . adIei.BANK .
Bead slowly'giving ample time for contemplation appreciation' .for art, Ur. Principal What? Is your of colleges i'' .. . . .".'."u.... .a "..,, '''-

..f i each phrase. There Is no dramatisation, over \' '
emphasis, commentary nor personal inflection;: Wen: the You have written splendidarticle Upton Sinclair In his The / of GREEN COVE SPRINGS :.* \

name of the reader is kept secret to avaold a sense of on a man who has Cup of Fury. says T/ per cent .
personality.For served numerous dedicated e of college students drink. '; OHEEN .con: SP&IXOS J'LO"Ryn."J V

Bible students, for children for group listening and years to day High School How In the Jan. t Issue of "Union -. /fl'.
about a follow-up article out- .......... ,...
read Bible"tills .
for those presently unable to The Talking Signal Mrs. ?. J. Toile national ,lt -
a' need and becomes a bleating.. It will also be of ling his yean of service to the president' of the WCTU. ."
school and the The C0tMOUtit Bank
: school's and
\ achievements
Interest to first and Second! Readers who will appreciate says beer will soon be available
the clear and correct pronunciation of every difficult during his term. on the campus of one of our
word and theme. Rather than "generalise on leading liberal arts classes
a few outspoken people how
I Also available Is a beautiful and compact Voice of Scrip about a true picture of his What an Ideal place to teach .. .
taare'ywe0rd player designed especially for these Bible service as seen through the eyes youngsters to be drunkards Telephones:. .
works. The player also plays! an sine or type record. The of several students such as this ,
player contains the entire new Testament album. 120 writer. I feel that I am qualified Thto space cea....... b 2S4-i)30: ) 284-3999 2S t-3031 ?'

favorite hymns, plus the entire Book of Psalms having been one of his' The crescent. to Ike Ones w .
C.*e I...... WCTUFer ior :,
pupils for four "
It The New Testament album !may be had separately for unforgettable. >
! use op your own player. years. '
Melvyn. Bryan a Geed PrlstUag J" '
Financing may be arranged If desired.; Senior College of Congreu.9583
Architecture and at .......... Frtcts Can
Inquire at the Crescent-Vhone GCS 284-31CO( Fine AN1nlftnlty Ifmicr FDICQXIap
The Clay Cwaaty CmeeaL
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2'IJt1UDA1'ilAHVU1' 14, INS t1'av.ouatv( GInsctut .
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I Green Cove Socials Celebrate, Golden Anniversary ldJ J( CMH Auxiliary ;Names I

Mis*Joyce Perlman returned Among those from Green !miw : FUIt ;e. Committee Chairmen \ c I'I 'D

hit week from a three week Core who attended the Governors >;ay .. .UWI1'd
......... ...
vacation in Newark N. J., aa Ball in Jacksonville last :IIr The Clay Memorial Hospital' sn Cherry Chatters: Mrs. J*
the guest of her roommate at Friday evening were: Mr. I Auxiliary held Its first meetIng Slater, Smith, permanent rto.orda .\
Jacksonville University, Mlas and Mrs. Alex Pupkln. Mrs. Keeping Your Plant IUQ EYE of the New Year In the] ; and Mrs Loretta Chas- \

Sharon Stem. While then she Louise Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Healthy Hut Spring to mention It walleye the season.".alle,.", Auxiliary\ room of the hospital lain Candy Stripers.Plans .

visited many point of Interest William Mulford Dr. and Mrs Since summer is the period of li likely to our up a itorm ot on Tuesday, January 6, with I were made for money i
In New York City Hlnaon L. Stephen Dr. and most active plant growth luiierlne iron controversy. Born fishermen Mrs. Julian White president, projects for this year These
Mrs. Thomas Hardin Mr. and deficiency la plants we know won't grant him the presiding Include the greet.'I4:
- from iron chlorosis or plant stature ot a true game Sat; calendar sale,
M s. Edwin Oustafson. Mr. "anemia," aa it la commonly log cards, not and image
Mrs Oeorgie Pool baa her otfcars hotly contest this atti The following were named as paper rum. ;
guest her and Mrs. Hal McKee, Mr. and called ia more noticeable.Iron tude. And few call Mm by the committee chairmen for the sales There la also a "*
cousin. Emmltt Oeer, chlorosis can be caused
of Albuquerque N. M. Mrs. Edward B. Taylor, Edward either by a lack of iron tn the same nan. about coming year: Mrs. Madelyn\ treat need for more members. rt
Taylor, Jr., Miss Sandra Tay soil or th* inability of the plantto I Though opinion this ,Meyers membership; Mrs. Wal Anyone Interested In Joining
particular flail are varied, the
-0- lor. Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley, break down the soil's iron.. ra fishing experts at Mercury out. leg Kelley, publicity; Mrs. Pan- is asked to contact Medelyn i
Mrs. Wilds Russell returned the Re,. and Mrs. Gordon Iron I II necessary for the forma.tion I. ,
of chlorophyll which pro- are quick to not that Qulgley. ethics; Mrs. E C. Meyers ,
Jut week from New Orleans, Cralf, Mr. and Mrs George, due** the healthy green color in there li very little disagreement.. Wilson, ways and means; Mrs. A Civil Defense advanced ,.f
La. where she pent the holidays Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Jack plant Thus,plants without suf. ever the w.lI.y.Ilrt" In I
frying pan;And bee even, better Jack Dobaon, civil defense; First Aid Course will be offered
visiting Mends ficient-iron low this color, be
Doboon. I or yellow. As .when broiled ever an open lira, Mrs Inei Rogers, nursing; soon to those who are Inter.
- -0- the condition green progresses, growth In the northwoada, If 0 you're Mrs. Gladys Phillips historian ceded

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Moser Carl Smith who was Injured I I. retarded, and the plants that lucky.
wither and di The walleye, depending upon
frequently *
and their children Sally, Ore. while riding his bicycle during Iron chloroaia ia wideipread, Mr and Mrs Vaster w.bra., ef Green' Cere win the section of till country, goes
gory. Susan and Danny of Milwaukee the holiday U a patient occurring in any celebrate their gUden wedding anniversary tomorrow. Married under a. wide assortment of
WlsA, left last Thursday at the t7.S. Naval Hospital, Rotes, azalea, rhododendrons, In Newport, Ky. they have lived In the Coanty seven moniker walleyed pike, pick
to return to their home Ward B-4. Jacksonville. It Is holly, as well aa extremely your indoor year They have II children eoe ef whom Walter R. pike erel,'J and rkfl Jack.h, salmon yellow, or to name blue RIYERYIEWRESTAURANT
potted plants are *u-
In Milwaukee, -Wise, baring expected that he will be hoepltallabd ceptible. It' a problem that WeUbrod. Urea la .... Johns County, and SS grandchildren. a, few. Among men who my he'*
pent the holidays with Mrs. for several weeks and plague horn aa well no Hunter, tho wallp). la ac _
Moan's aunt Mra. E. W. Steinke. he would enjoy hearing from a* .gardeners 'corded several more-quite vv
An and elfc-tlv Edwin Price Jr. Speaker printable. i \r :
his friends. product for the correction of this I(i nut the fact remain-thd _
-0- -0- plant "anemia" la Geigy Chemical walleye in a great delicacy Ilwy. IT at Black Creek
Mrs. J. Paul Corporatlon'a Sequeatren i sought by literally thoniand ofanglers
Allff daughterof Mrs. Ray U Geiger returnedthis At VIA Womans Club ,
the late 330 Fa Iron Chelat Sequeatren I l ., and spring I* a fine
E. O. Nagle. of week fro mArllngton. Va, contain Iron in a water soluble I :time to catch him-thouilk you
Charleston West Va ,,.pent a after spending the holidays form, readily aimilted I by The January luncheon meetIng the use of foods other than rice a ,can get an ariiiBint on this

few days Hotel last week at the QulSiSana with her son CbU. Allen 8.Geiger treatment. It may or aa be a used foliage oil,. of the VIA. Womana Club in their diets Following his \;autumn score too la,beat.from those who\ gay lIlTS nnSS: [f'N'9 LUNCHKON:

and family.SEE For beat results In applyingSequeitren was held In the clubhouse last talk there was a question and The ft a night faeiVt,
directly to the soil, Thursday, January 7, with Mrs answer period. primarily. And the any wed
dissolve It in the recommendedrate Alex Pupkln, presiding. UI'I./Jennle Canwell chair. work the hallow* with anal "The hesS Seafood, Rib Roast agent Steals'
of water. Then imply plugs and flyrod lures after
water the toil around the plant The Invocation and devo. man of the luncheon, was assisted will do okay.To take them. Short 01 New For,*'
When using Sequeatren forspraying tional was given by the Rev. by Mesdames Alf Davis, la the dsyumerequlres a 4litr
foliar*, thoroughlycover James D. Bowel, pastor. of the M. B. Argo Deward Priest, H I ant approach and a awltch U
YOU the leaf with the resulting i
ATEcKie's area
Sequettrene. unlike local Assembly of God Church 11.Raid 1. B.Brunaon and Miss the offihora depth
pray. Troll at'tha, slowest
many other powdered Iron who Is on leave of absence from Josephine Banta. speed
poaslble, letting tilt lure bounce
products, will not clog your his pastorate while dolnc postgraduate There were fort,-II.. mem- oa the bottom. Till Instant you
spray equipmentNo which work at the University ban and guests present at this "get a strike, cut the motor and
matter way you of Florida.. meeting. The next meeting will mark: the location for wher*)
apply It, 8equeatrn helps produce 'rod catch the ant willey,
healthy green plants and Mrs Carl DumbauR chair ba on Thursday, Feb. 4. chances are good for catching
more and tartar blossoms your man of the International Relations more ot this schooling breed,

garden. committee, introduced Watch yaur advise 5944uuat
Edwin Price, Jr., who gave an Clay Hill the Mercury folk,The wslieyemay ,
b* bashful about same
INORANGEDALE I' Illustrated lecture on hi* twe things but not about "minlpuUt.
MEMORIAL years in Borneo aa a memberof Mrs. Reward Padgett lag lila denture U*. a net to
of Peace C rpe. Mr. Price ,,haul him aboard. Thin. a sharp LVCLEANLus
A tribute of love and the son of St. Jbhn'a River RECIPE FOR THE blow with I small| club, will:
den-I I pacify him enough' ' te permit
ton to the memory of Junior Colin, la presently 8esarwZ I handling. ,I
dearly beloved husband taking a course at the Urtver. l-oa package strawberry Whatever they lack In 111M.'
Hendrtcka.: who passed away ally of Florida on tropical agrl flavored gelatin I fog ability, walleye* make up line
Jan 16th. It'l: culture before returosm to 2 cupe boiling water table qualities And. now'a the' -Hvrn
to prove It for jounelf.
Days of sadness still corn Borneo, 2 10-ot pkga frosen strawberries o4_ plingl.|
o'er me, Tears In silence often He told' how be' and Mi aasoctatee -
flow; Memory keeps you ever worked amen the 1 UVi os can (lit cups) CHURCH NOTICE

Whtre The heat People Sleet near me, Though you left nine primitive people In the rural' crushed pineapple NOW OPEN
yean agog 't.\- areas trying to teach them bet 2 large, fully ripe banana*. CHRISTIAN BCtFMCKocirrY '

Wlf. Mae Hendrlcka. ter methods of agrtrtt&isre and finely diced '

I cup dairy sour cream .. *
t Cor. IfoMlan It.
Dissolve gelatin In boiling COIN OPERATED
N. MagneUa Ave
water. Add berries stirring ootaalonally .
till thawed. Add the

pineapple and banana. Pour DRY CLEANING

half the mixture Into an 'Islx
Inch pen. Chill till firm. Spoon
Try a small Claaalfled Ad
ttf North Orsage Arena GREEN COVE SPRINGS
our cream over chilled gelatin
far simply. aaaarinf. ". .11.
,spreading In an even layer;

Attend gout remaining gelatin over .

Chill firm. / ;,.tt
Cut In 9 square: serve on

lettuce ruffle. Garnish with :
dollop or sour cream and .;...)

whole strawberries. Split In Sure. t \& ,. ,
CHURCH SERVICES half from top almost to bottom \ It

Makes I servings. i

BOOSTER BAND AND You might find another'car

The Orange Park JuniorBenlor as new as the Delta 88.;
I ,
At High School Boosters \ "0. ,
." .
I Band and Parent-Faculty Association "

: will have the January -
meeting tonight at 7:11o'clock :

o The Church of Your Choice '. There: In win the be athletic pro.

: gram Introducing the boy's and

girl's basketball teams and the

cheer "leader.

AD parents are urged to at

This tend to get the reports on all
Y Smiwiy
the school acUvitle Includingthe

Band's report on their per
:fi. I formance for the Inaugural

., ... 'r.' parade la Tallahassee.
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DRILLING But not this year,


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; New ber. through.
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a r Biyflng Ie a
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"._ WIN fpe/dM .-, *,-, l.> sew. UM. TwU Hyd/a-MaiU, available aa say Delta U,

,...w.. ** M 44% awr* torque from a etaadlng Mart, MDMUtlv perlormaaee
ELECTRIC PUMPS. I at aU .,....
mr WATER SYSTEMS Ne. tyHg New englae. New IraaamUtoe. TUa year,aaly Mta M .lets
you .k..y. all tare*,off use. Ot* r east MY"lot*< ..te"la, a*te....
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This is sponsored by the .'; f ... f

CALL IONC..*..PtlTANCIJaa ., ft.. ROBEiiTs- V l iLET

Green Cove Springs Yam Company 1389.14381

mutt* WILL Ot ,LA..MlO&MlOKi g HAfOHALWAJl Orange and Park Green COT .Sprints

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Eay< ( Odounty Crescent THUKSDAY', JANUARY li. It.sI

New CounsellorJUVENILE Window Shopping 0. B. Nail To Attend
Frye Named School MICKEY FINN Choosing a mutual fund isn't quite like shopping a variety
Lank Leonard store: although in some respects a prospective Investor has a ( I
I choice just as broad and can usually find a fund that's right
MOwA10Y/f suHM, for him.
Board.Architect rAKMa rAAawwratrf' Mutual funds are a versatile investment medium. They have Hardware Convention
to be to fit the needs of so many different investors.
According to the Investment Company Institute the national I
organization of the mutual fund industry, the people who own O. B. N ll. of Orange Park. la important because of the
Allen D. Frye was named architect new Board members and officials 't 7fiowANYEDI mutual fund shares come from all walks of life many Income Mr. Nail feels this
to the Board of Public to attend the School levels and have different family situations and coals in life.. will attend the 41st nationwide convention
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Instruction at its meeting thLs Board' Orientation session al A mutual fund provides a 1 Ace Hardware Dealer COnven- constructive and educational
A simple way, regardless of economic benefits which can be derived
week. Tallahassee today and tomor- jyTN,#,'. 4 f ,, roil A'f status, for most peopleto tion at the Conrad Hilton in by the dealers and can be
Frye. a resident of Orange row, It was indicated the two UNITED pool their money with the Chicago, on January 18 and 19.
r STATES passed on to his customers
funds of others like
Park, has his offices in Jack- new Board members: Leon Mr. Nail will be one of 650
80ND and become partners in the future Mrs. Nail will also attend the
sonvlHe. A native of Oklahoma Baxley, of Mlddleburg and of America business and dealers located in 33 states convention.

City he was educated at the Glenn Aired of Orange Park, A industry.Since taking part in the proceedings.
University of Florida where he and the new Board chairman, no two types of investment The convention a benefit show
Dr. R M. Paterson, would attend companies' I can precisely Is the CLASSIFIED
received a baccalaureate In use the same mesas for pursuing for Ace dealers only. ADSHELP
Architecture in 1951. After serving these sessions. their investment objectives largest hardware show in the
three years with the Navy The annual trip of the graduating ,the investments of mutual country. During the three convention WANTED Part time

Corps of Civil Engineers, he class of Clay High common funds will stocks vary., Some others select days Ace dealers will waitress. Apply In prnon. Qui-

began practicing in Jackson- School to Washington and New JrooperBilsays. ferred stocks or bonds, pre-still sets of a balanced lund are attend a series of business Si-Sana Coffee Shop. 1-H-t
York was approved. Membersof others may have combinationsof generally in high grade bonds meetings devoted to the dally I
ville.He these types of securities. and FOR SALE I Brooders appro.
the class are to go in April stocks.
of their stores coverIng -
has designed many of the .. Following II a quick rundown 3. Special funds, which invest operation 75 feed buckets, and drinking
County's handsome buildings ( of the broad types of in the securities of a sin- merchandising, advertising:, troughs. All practically new
and homes; among them the mutual funds an investor has tie industry such as oil securities accounting, etc., for better Must be seen to appreciate
{ at his disposal. or in
one class of securi- store operation.
Orange Park Municipal Center, 1. Common stock funds ties such Reasonable. For Information
as in
Y or the securities -
'ftchenwise will also be approxi-
the Bank of Orange Park and '' which concentrate almost en- of companies In certain There phone X84-M31.
the Orange Park residences of tirely in common stocks geographical: areas.: mately 500 manufacturers from
GUY Botta, president of the S. LeBlanc, 52-year-old 2. Balanced funds, which as anAI any rate, whatever goal blue chip companies who will FOR THE BEST In all-round
a matter of
policy, may purchase investor sets for himself
will good printing try the CRESCENT
Barnett National Bank; Daniel L 6y LYDIA PUlliNSI retired Navy'lieutenant commander I bonds and preferred retirement,education,additional have exhibits which cover
Martin, Humble Oil executive K has been named by stocks in varying percentages income-there usually is a- approximately 75,000 feet of PRESS. INC. The prlct
; Robert Ricker and others. Juvenile Judge Thomas J. Rivers At least 35 per cent of the as- fund tailored to his. ni rt. floor space. Is right.

In other business the School I Beef On A Budget to be the County's first Ju- .

Board approved transportationpay To turn an economical cut of venile counsellor.

for Ann Null a Keystone beef into a savory pot tarb"b; aim.nor LeBlanc, a native of Louisiana ,
chuck roast In But Can
Heights teacher in order that sauce spiced with Worcestershire. received a bachelor's degree You Afford It? PHONE

Penny Blssette a Keystone BARBECUED POT ROAST In Education at the University .l
child unable to attend school :3 I to 4 Ib.cut ol churn: of Florida following his j

may have an hour a week of fait retirement for the Navy In It in surprising: how often we find that an 2849681J
Poppor T
formal teaching. Members of 1956. investor is
1 cup catsup : holding a stock which appears to
the Board expressed the hope 1 cup want One of three candidates recommended have little or no promise
that this time may soon be extended 1 TabUipoon vinegar by the County Juvenile -

to two.hours a week. 1 1 Tabltipoon Tabltipoon La brown 6 Ptrrlnifi sugar Court Merit Board, Le- :Maybe is not even paying dividends. Yet Q. Fuel Service |

The Board also authorized Woc..I..hIIlIOIlC. Blanc is scheduled to take over .
Cross it intersections. Jaywalkers lie is reluctant to sell Perhaps because it

2 Tablespoons: I.molllllk;. his new dukes within the next frequently get hit by was inherited or perhaps he has a loss and Ml N. Orange Are. Green Cove Springs
/j teaspoon salt
"PICK A DILLY" JAN. 21 two weeks His salary will be .
1 medium onion ullctd. drivers who don't expect pedestrians just hopes it back. for year42.t
AT GCS JUNIOR HI Brown the chuck on all sld.. Pour 5,500 a year, to cross the streetIn may
I oil any diipplnqi.Ull In Stoson the middle of the block.
pan. Of his his business. FUEL: OIL
course, reasons are own
On Thursday Janu with salt and .
evening wpp r. Combine/ catsup Smart pedestrians children
I ary 21, at 8 o'clock In the water, vinegar," brown sugar.Worcoslorshlrt SATURDAY STORY and. adults-look both ways But has' he asked himself-"can I afford it, HOMK DELIVKHY; ;

: Green Cave Springs Junior salt and sliced onion.sauce,Pour limos over juice the, HOUR AT LIBRARYThe before crossing at Intersections can I afford to have that much of my principal .' :

,High School Auditorium, the moat. Cover. Simmer 3'/i\ to 4 houii, 37 not produiiciiif what it should-or even . r Quick Service
;P-T.A. of the Junior High or until Undor. Thicken liquid lotgravy. story hours conducted at shrinking steadily?" _. ,
t (Makts 6 to 8 1.lngIJSHOP
;&ttppl) will sponsor a three- the Public Library each Saturday SINCLAIR HEATING OIL with RD-UIR( ) corrosion In-

II .act Tick A Dilly" which will morning ,from 10 to 11 Why not take a new look at your holdings and hlbltor helps you cut down heating, bills because It fights

'be presented by the Orange o'clock provide an interesting diHciiKH with one of our Registered Repro- rust and corrosion gives you more heat, cleaner beat per

:Park High School Class of '68. J iFor hour of entertainment for pre. TRY A SMALL AD Pi'iitntivert any securities you may have doubts dollar.
!The play sunder the drecton '
school and
ut elementary youngsters with SERVICE SPECIALISTS: Our oil burner servicemen
about f He will be happy to
,of Mr*..!, .M. Hawkins.I During the hour this Sat you
skilled prompt dependable.
I :3tck"*s for .ths' play are HOME urday the children's classic FOR .

1100 for adults and Me for "Jack In the Beanstalk" will

children and will be available --- be presented by recording. Other o.lllltJ cNvssM.NT o: JESS: QUIOLKY

from cheerleaders in Clay High favorite stories and poems BIG RESULTS .
School and OCS Junior High a Good Printing Job both old and new, will be reador _v.s..... .........-W. 0IIw N.d.rl Lawi.s '
School; also at Oeiger's Btore.Thibault' at Reasonable Prices Call presented pictorially on the tot PI......Nww.l! SOTk 114e-. Mm a MMmtt. .......... ,II.It MJMJOSIPN JIM STOJ)}). HD
Bakery and May- flannel board. Don't miss these
The Clay County Crescent.
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Orange Park Women I for,Most her Mrs.original flower J. Broufllette and hat bee,was bonnet.womb who Green Cove V" -, Jr.,.High T\' Clay high B Team THE lAdy ofe" :

Use Cabbages Plungers! wore with a fisherman's live gold fish.hat complete Mrs., Basketball earns NamedBy Third Straight Game, .

Kenneth Scales won the lanlest

and kookiest prize for her Lynn Martta ''I Selected to play on the girls Clay Hi'i B team maintain Devils will meet the Pirate of

: For Homemade plummera friend and toilet tissue The Green Cove Springs team are the following: Janice Its unbeaten pace,'tsklng their Fernandlna.

., Hats chapeau. Junior High basketball team' Bell, Janice Taylor Janice third fame |In a row Saturday, rl
1 Everyone: agreed that this! starts their season this Friday,' Snellgrove. Linda Cole, Ann
outscoring the Rebel of Santa
I By Mr Earl F. Bryan was one of the most enjayabl January: 15, when they travel i Arrant Chris MUberger Deb \
Woman's Club meetings they to Banta Fe for their opening ble Hamel. Marlene Troy Barbara Fe. 97-25. the house %

(Editor's Note: The Crescent I Club Is needed for the library's had attended in some time. game. I tayfleld. Dot Brooke. In the tint quarter the 13Devil'
by Mary Troy
' fervently wishes it could get i growth. Any donations of educational The starting lineup for the Norlene Elliott: Evelyn Noble center Terry Turner Homamtldns Cnntultenl to
copy like this from all the' magazines can be used Rebels will probably include Janet Miller and Janet Edwards scored even point and went I 1 Jones a&Uuifllln StNl Corp.''

County's civic or n1latlone. by the Orange Park Public Rkt 111THDEFECTS Sweat and Martin, forwards; Sarah Peres will serve on to be high scorer of the content 1 Brides Say "I Do"to

Mrs. Bryan's new story required Library Doan and Jett guards: with of the Rebellettes with alx Held goal and StainlessThis j

a single change to con- February 4 at I o'clock is Campbell playing center. PlayIng as who manager will play their opening three, free throw for a total .., ,;... ..-.." ..........,......... I year, 1,700,000 women In

form to Crescent style: We the date for our card party on the second string are: game the week of the 35th of 18 point. Barking When Away America will say "I do" andstart

changed >:00 PJ4. to read "8 All members are responsible for Oemelll Dover Mulford Argo against St. Johns Country Day The pioe' slackened during There are tow thins: at hard J =::.IfVt for denthomes.

o'clock. This is lust a hint that one ticket at tl each You may and Mercer. Substitutes are: School hen the second quarter and at halftime on the nerves and temper of your Is. the major purchase.In livingroots .

clubs and organizations would phone your reservations to Bouvin Rydout: and DeRosler.QUARTEKIIORSE A schedule of the Rebels the score was 13-14 with neighbor a* listening to your single product categories' ,
get a whole lot more attention Mrs. W. A. Weaver 284-8717. games will be released soon.' the Devil trailing by a point. dog howling,barking, whining or the snout important are the electric
if each of them had a publicity The next fun raising project I During the third quarter the moaning for hour at a time food mixer and kitchenware
chairman and U that chairman will 1 a RACINGThe 1I Devil held the Rebels to four whon you are away. This (IIstuihance Flatware and hollowsre are high
be Fashion !
our Show !_ Wayside Horseman'sClub CUT HI LOSES .'-15 ef the psace Is the on the early buying list-In 1863
would send In typewritten notices Members of the club will model will a quarter- The Clay HI Blue Devils lot points and went Into the lead quickest and mod common way bride spent 'more than 270 million
such u this. We compliment fashions from Jean Jowers sponsor I last Friday night to the Santa 31 to II. to become a bad dog neighbor dollars in this category
hone race at 1 o'clock Sundayat To this bad howling habit
the Orange Park Woraans Mrs Earl F. Bryan will be The last quarter brought the alone.Flatwarewhat.
Fe Rebels 35-46. The Blue accustom
the clubhouse off Highway; : we suggest you you eat wlth-
Club on an enterprising publicity Fashion Co-ordlnator. cheering crowd to its feet a* alonein
'I II. four miles west of Oreen Devils have a record of 4.1 jour dog to staying quietly and holloware what you eat
chairman). I The Woman's Club has requested LSWAS. MOTICKftOTICH Cove. and are coached by John Nee- : the aeon was tied at 35-all one room when you put him fr."trrm being designed' with)
The Orange Park' Woman's : that Mr. Baker of Tim Jones pulled' a sleeper to there After your dog hat hid look but no longei
Approxtmstely 35 hone are Ie,. The starting five were: i his morning exorcise, put him
need heirloom Designer
I' Joe Sobotta who whd fouled car* *
Club met January 7 at the Channel or TALK was
12 TV visit the I I
scene Ooolsby Scott Smith Lacy : l'OIIn.n.t shut thi
I TO Whw >4 MA* IU.M.G expected t obe entered In the Jay alone In a are turning to stainless steel and
club house for their monthly of the unfortunate accident fun ar* canny notifioa last racea. Anyone Interested is invited Fsrley, Billy Hatchings. Don' on the play, and with second door If ho howls, make him step today'* bury brides are turning;
meeting. that happened on Collins Roadat the jolluwlnc motor vhUl! Mike Bartholf. High remaining Sobottt swished at once Oerailonally. it may bo with them because flatware and
Ouest speaker were the the railroad crossing Members i..< eon eslr.ane Toe to attend.Directions Bowles. I both tosses through the net nereinary to punish mm by slav hollowsre of stainless are as
lu NO. iriiLsumMill to the racing area scorer of the game was Lac ping him lightly under the chin. good to look at as they easy
members present a* they humorously of the Woman's Club iw .u... at puollo isle at 1CIWB to pull the game out of the .l
are A.M. OB lh* ll>l day .r will be posted at the aarena. Parley who hit 13. I After an hour or to, if he has bears for. Recipe for a long,
explained their original unanimous In requesting that a January lest at Tb. Ban or beg been quiet lot him come out. happy life for the stainless ste l
chapeaus. Before the hat warning device be erected: atthat "'f" \.lev fcprina. .ll Walnu .> MMIAL NOTin s tRCIAL NOTICE! The starting five for Green After the doT has hall an hour in your hornet soap and water.
oirt Urea Cov Mprlnc jrlor him back Into tae The lady of the house who his
show business had to be tended point. Ida late Hank !,.. 4SSmcroavr Cove were: Terry Turner at liberty put
....da of th. sal will .. or room than release IIln'fnn: been a bride awhile longer can
Ik .
n-mof renter Joe
pr ro Sobotta and
; Tim .
to. It was very hard handling Mr. Baker will be Instrumental b. applied riril t. th* p.rm.II' after another hour cf good behavior now replace I or what
business with someone In spearheading this o( th. WMI of rlakln. storing KBVITO H BTATB SANKOr Jones at forward with Mike I Repent thin all d.y, and she has with stainless steel In
looking back at you with live drive with the support of theWoman' aid aal. of aM motor vrblcl KRTSTOHM HRIOHTSIn Harper and John Oroner at hy evening, the doa; will havethorned traditional er modern mode to go
and tb* coil of I'S. Slat Of FloridaAl
fish on their head, bathroom Club. of aal. and publkatloanolle thin to thallifartlon : Tb. (1... Of ...,.... OBI '-10.. al. 1SI the guard spot I that he must sty quietlyIn with. any decor.
alone If you're counting cutlery
at Ik. balanc* duvndtr a room
plungers and cabbage but we With business attended to th. coNtract with Knal ASSET. Next week the Biby Blue flatware( ) here's what yen
Cash, balance with other bank, and rain turn
did accomplish the hat show began. Three V>. Plhr Ht. Boa It*. Urani shoals come out with for an adequate
following,: our Hark, Its 4IR .r Moatmrr U process of collection . .... .. ...... lit.411III'nltod service
Mrs. John Burton announced pdsea were presented. Mrs. HU I. Boa II*. Urn.* Park, exalt Oovarnnwnl obllsatlona, direct and 12 dinner knives forks and
that our help to the T. C. Mil John Shea wearing a Salad aid fla. oovrln th.. financial of I,I .11.,...... ... ...., . ... . ... ...... 1,117.DiliObllcatlon Don Pool's I salad forks ,
ler Elementary school library: Hat won the Prettiest HatAward. will b motor* paid I* you and Any you surplus will of State and political lubdlvlalon 11,11s., S4 teaspoons, 'II butter
rmala |labt* for any balance r*. Ixiin* and discounts' Including IIIII. ovrdraflil 1111,11111 spreader, 12 dessert
I 11 greatly appreciated. Continued Mr* Earl Bryan: was
malnlng, unpaid under aaldIran. eon. hank prerol. owned 111.1171". furnUur and fit. KLT-innCsl OODC taVUNDBTrsJsMtte
help from the Woman's awarded honorary recognition Hank premise .wn.d '.111.11. furniture sad ria. It luncheon forks, 12 coffee!
..41 Nolle Th. of*"tI-p shall publishing not tollabl'III.. lure HT.tllll . ., ,. .. .. ... . .?. ? 4,11151 A ......., Ogees. Cm spoons, S tablespoons,
la dam*.. to any proa or pr R..' what* owned othr than bank promlee ... III 41 0 M a gravy ladle. and a cold *
.oa. named tarln arising aol. Other a..*i* ..,., ....... .r. .... ,.......... . ....t.n BMsn Hwy DMDevMe meat fork.
I ly from th* publication of said TWMMMgtS ILe11w Holleware is vp to you-but a

John's Radio & T V notlr Th.of*. ,JacksonvilleHy Allaitl. National Dank TOTAL ASSETS ? ,...>. . . . .. . .***. We I...... Ingle Leassil lie good three rule serving is to dishes purchase, In varyingplus. at lent:

K r. L..,'.1., Jr. i.unn.miciDem4 FMtDryilteBTBTBODT) Yea, can mix with china or
RCA -:.- Z"* ITII III Hoian,1I1. depoilt at Individual, partnrhlp, and WUOOM1I+ with family heirlooms
., Florida corporation . ,. ? t 5,14,1,1 11 More about brides, old and
AMAXA XOROK APPLIANCES I.II Tim and saviors depoilti of Individual, partner'hlpa in future columns.mChevelle .
and oorporatlon . . . .. . . .. .
I 1.571 II
- CKNTIKirATM: or t Erptritncfd Stnife On All Maker d? Model IN 'OIIPU.4T.THK NAME IIUaoLITlOV ANn UT THE postal .."In..) ... . . .. .... IAlltl '
8EP.VINO CLAT COUNTY OVER IS TEAKS 'TtloIIITY or 1HI "TAI Dopoelt. of at*!.. and pelllkal. luhdtvulon . inilTITI
-e-e- or .IAUUHA Dopoilu of bank. . .. .. .. .. . .. . . .. IT.aI/ir
TO ALL To WHOM THK*lI: Certkl.d and .fflrert1 chocks, u. .. .
24 West Walnut Street Green Cove Springs FHUIKNlB'! Wl A LI, CUMK. . .{ c4."raaf.r611
UHKin: IViiM: : TOTAL DEPOSIT .. ..,. .... 1.71117110 v tpwspancaNp/
Phone 2843122uifr t"k.Fss.. r. N Ul'PTAYsuN. (al Total demand dopoelt . .. .. .. MII4II7I by Chevrolet
a UK!:KM! ti'vn I-KINOH., ru>H. ell) Total Ilm.lid.aviand.po lls j'm
At PRANK COVK IH'UIN.IM.uiMTAKluIIIIKKN rUJ.. Oils llalillltlM ... . .. ..... . .. .. . .... ... .. .. ".'U. I
lliAjK.' H' omTAKMON. IIHKK "
cxivtc: t'KivoN, ruiiitiJA: U.i 'TOTAL UAUILITIKM. . .. ... . . . IIIOXIIIfAllTU. =
tit COTNEY SPIUNUM.leth ..,> *f rUittlUA r".mb.r.dh A.|It.on| tk lrvo ... Capital/ rat Common lain, total Altos par ..MT lu. ,/,..;

la b. Incorporated and. IIM.IIII* .. .,,...,..... .. ..,... ,.. lo*.e.*.ei)
th. laws of th. mat of riorltf 'u"" ',,, .... ...,. .... . " ,. ,. ...,....80
TIRE ll'WIAKNON hlOTOH e'0. INCa Undivided profits . . ..... . ". .... ... .. . 17,1114J
corporation, will It. prlsnlp.l i

CuVE5I'RINUs yIs.v. nit liuilHM. CLAY at CHIMTTi OHKK; TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUM . .. .. . .. . . . .. I1./U./o
W t !jlsl SERVICE la. ....1. of Klorlda. area
hra* curl vorporallon did I TOTAL IJAIIILITira: and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
Ik* 11th day of I'm>smbof. A.I: .11'.711.71.
I.... r*... I. ... flld la Ih. of. .o.'n' .
Park King JseasesjvUls fk. ., th. Honvtary of Slat t .. .. .
Cer. oIh Asses pd| .od er .1. I* rtir. llablllllea and
SHato of rl.Ids. th. dnr*.
for other purpo..s. (lacludln srln and .kills
'lae.1 EV I-HZ1 ef EV ....411I'I.IS" dr awilua'avihorliy) Ml 11. riorld rqalrd Slas.rt.a u*: ,.......,.. and eecurlilee told with aero** tho diol"tlon ..fnrh mini I* r.ptlrrhss.l . '''.711.''
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brrby rrilfr t* It 11 II
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r caliiir and thl h I I. *at i-r:: "h"r:;; Ol' baron
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th* law b awe .b..n ..*.....1..4 will rorrect I. Ih* .ket of my knowUdf. aad btllef.Jooephln .
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lbs smallest U the and hat "' ,.... Ih. firm U K. Wlifln. .
host .f ih. Slats of Horlda. AI 11101.,,"
Distributor Miller( Tin .Autolit Batteries 0' TIUh..M.. t,i. CapinlIkl N. Wileon rdmberh.. Jr..
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TtiM AHA MSNwrtlory less; and I hereby reilty thai I am aol an efflrer of Ills besets.
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N that gore tor the other Chevelle VM's too. TM 19bp. And.
the 2SOan
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PAGE so: 'QflrQt\1 ? OI1lt<1 arrtsceut ? ,'JANUARY-14.* 1.MI

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I M" H C & Penney Farms Methodist Men Attend Bishop's Convocation I j.IIf.MJ ifi ij5i f I II


t.rBE STORY "It was welcome news Indeed I sic In our people, around Bll
Article No. 4 when we learned that 8.P.G. i waskarma. Working through

A native. Nicaraguan, Dr. (now the Mission Board) had I the BUwasgarma choir he was i
Hedley E.: Wilson Moravian decided to establish a hospitalIn able to Influence other villages
Blabop of the Nicaragua Pro- Nicaragua, with a well trained The male section o fthe choir tV

vince, looks back across. 30 doctor. All were anxious to'' was made up more or less of +9 ,
years of transformation In attitude learn who the doctor would be. the students of the Institute .
toward health and. disease. It was with much joy and pleasure I Biblico. As they graduated and< +
He writes that I and others learned were sent out they took with
"Recently I had the opportunity that It was David Thaeler who I them what they learned to the
of spending eight days would be coming. I had the I place where they were called
In the Thaeler Memorial .Hospital pleasure of meeting him during to serve. Visiting village after I If you have delicate akin or

for surgery. It was a won my senior year In Seminaryat I village one can note the improvement I !cosmetic and give allergy your ,akin can the relax complexion i .
derful experience for me. HereI Moravian College and Theological in singing where a ear It deserves with -
was receiving the best of Seminar graduate of the Institute has gentle Almay Cosmetics. I This baby knows shell lave
feeding problems with her'
medical care In a once upon a "Our points of contact were I been serving. ' no ; prepared formula
it 9, trN: scientifically:
time village ruled by much superstitions In the alee Club and in Com- I "The doctor Is responsible I each time mother '
. bottle.
beliefs aqd prac inlus Literary; Society. I returned also for a first In establishing : ., " Mead Johnson's Eniamil
tices. Thirty years ago no one to Nicaragua after graduation I I a nurses' training school. The .....

had.the Idea that In Bllwaskar- and David continued graduates of this school have i ti
ma there'would be a hospitaland his -studies for the ministry. established a reputation for A ,

a competent doctor. The Then he received medical tial tIng reliability, courtesy, and cheerful Fred Andrews Frank Mores George lego .last Saturday. More then tJM Melhodist .. '

hospital and the doctor and his and his internship before ,I disposition. At the hospital Turner,' R. E. Scott, Frank Otto, and At men accepted Bishop James Hanky's
staff of trained nurses and coming to Nicaragua There in one can sense the Christian influence Suttle (L to r.) participated in the Convocation Invitation to Join In the 'one day mating 't
student nurses have proved a the hospital I thought of the of doctor and nurses on Stewardship of the Methodist to discover new methods of Christian stew [ ;
great blessings time and again. humble beginning; a small "Slowly but surely one can Bishop of Florida at Florida Southern Col- ardship.
"For generations our people house serving for all purposes note the change that Is taking

were bound by superstition, I' as compared today to the larger place in the beliefs about sickness were associated for some years ward Gottfried Nagle of Penney Next Sunday at the morning

fear, and vengence. The com I I buildings with electric lights Our people are also learning in Oordon College when he was Farms Fla., died Dec. 21 In worship service in the Penney
mon belief was that no one and running water and a staff to take better care of the Dean and for a time Acting McMillan Hospital, Charleston,, Memorial Church,, 11 o'clock,

died of natural causes or sick I of efficient nurses. What a sick and to be more careful President. On Jan. 8, Dr. Ar- W. Va. the ministers will b>> eThe Rev. According to the Aetna Life,
ness. Each death was the work transformation had taken placein where contagious disease Is merding was Inaugurated as A former resident at Whites- George Pt' Howard and The Insurance Company, many U.S.
of those who were envious, this faraway once Isolated concerned. There are those who the new President of Wheaton vlle! he retired 18 years ago Rev. Ernest Atkins.Mr. "Sex and the Single Girl" brides are bri gins; their has- {
malicious or revengeful I Bllwaskarma. will advocate seeing a doctor College, Wheaton Ill, succeedIng and moved to Florida. For the .. and Mrs Ray L. Smal Helen Garley Brown's bestsellernow bands a uniquely valuable .
"The in place of the sukia or witchdoctor ( available In paperback: ) dowryt a life policy
realized I The Doctor A Builder Dr. V. Raymond Edman I past year he has lived with ley will conduct the prayer Hits 17 to meet eligible taken rat by the bride In her'
these evils and preached conversion "The doctor came not only who now becomes Chancellorof I his daughter Mrs. J. Paul meeting on ,Jan. 30, 7:10: men and gives valuable advice single days which can be trans* {
and the practice of love. I as a medical man to heal the "When Doctor Is gone from that college. Mrs Miriam Aliff Of 15B2 Connell Road, o'clock. 9n hovjto catch, keep and many, tend to the i ;groom upon mar t
They were quite aware of this sick, but also as a builder. He Nicaragua, he will\ leave behinda Armerdlng is a lyric soprano I Charleston W. Va. ) rta
and reallfad that the gospel had to be carpenter, electrician monument that will\ speak of singer of note Mr. Nail was a charter
also included healing of the plumber, as well as me him as a good! doctor, a Christian member of the Penney Farms Do not forget the talk by Dr.
sick: By medical help much of chanic. It was uphill'work to a musician, and a competent 1..1 Memorial Church. Albert Klssllng. Pastor of Rlv aft
The Rev and Mrs. D. snide Presbyterian Church.
the evil beliefs teacher.
could be abolished. I build, using local men who had
Also surviving: sister, Mrs
: 10 with their Jacksonville this afternoon at b
The need for medical little experience. This demanded "In Mrs Thaeler he had Snyder spent days Lauderdale ,
Sam Kerr of Fort ; -
daughter and son-in-law Mr 3 o'clock In our Penney Memorlal
trained missionaries everything that he could wish
was pressing patience and an Indefatigable I of
Mrs Elsie: Nagle
I I and Mrs. T. H. Fowkes, States- half-sister Sanctuary Dr. Klssllng
Indeed. for helpmeet. She is
a competent
Attempts to meet
spirit. The doctor can look
Nantlcoke, Pa.; brother Herbert
this I I '" boro Os., and their grandchildren spent several weeks touring
need and
capable, never
were undertaken ,
by back with pride and satisfaction Nanticoke halfbrothers
of ; -
Maria 12, and Ann S RUSSIA last summer. His talk
pending prospective mission- on his creation. His In.nuerice seems to become weary or discouraged. I Theodore and Theophllius
old. will be most interesting and
,arts for a brief course In medlxlm extended beyond the There are many who years Nagle of Nsntlccke: ; four grandchildren Instructive,
to Livingston Medical Col- walls of his medical compOund.He can play the organ among our and one greatgrandchild.
and wife of
;legs In England. These men was able to instill his love lay-pastors who !got the start Mr. James Leach .
Old Taptan, N. J, have been Worth a king's ransom to
were able to do much from her."Speaking.
good and appreciation of good mu- national and visiting his mother Mrs. Leach The funeral was held Dec. GEORGE WASHINGTON i Knowing tie right answers .Is Cleopatra was the fragrance of
as a for several days. They have 333 in Wilson! Funeral Home. Tl'RLEY the job of Mrs. Donna Rochelle.'At desert flowers; with this per.fume
on behalf of the many who The Rev. J. Harrell Harper the Insurance Company of the Egyptian queen captivated
: Services held last Saturday
know the Theaters, we say God been staying one of the Pax- and burial in were 'North America's "Carefree Corner Roman leaden Julius,
NEW AND Bleu You In your retiremen ton apartments while here. Mr. officiated was at the Pentecostal Holiness In California's famed Disneyland Caesar and Mare Antony i
love James Leach Is with a large Sunset Memorial Park"The Church for George Washington she and her staff haveanswered Women who seek the royal roadto
from Our ,
Nicaragua. ap- publishing house In New York I Turley, 66. who died on more than I million charm still favor a Desert'
preciation, and prayers will always I Flower perfume.Hein
USED CARS be yours." City I Penney Farms 5 L Club January 6, at Clay Memorial ,questions
was organized December 2$ at Hospital. The Rev. Ralph Morgan
(To Be Concluded Next Week)
Van NESS BUICK-PONTIAC Miss Maud Syvret left on the New Hope Community officiated..
Church with fifteen members He is survived his
Mr and Mrs Ward Oaree of Jan. 6. to visit her friend Mrs. by widow,
Green Cove f print* ,' Sutton, W Va, were introduced Lee Pratt in Boynton enrolled in garden, rabbits, Fanny; two daughters, Mrs.
WJaea A Better Peal to Blade Van ffest Win Mate Itt In the Penney Memorial Sun Fla. and sewing projects. The A Haiti Boyd and Mrs Annie
BeaCh'j La stand for : Learning Loyalty Rhodes, both of Green Cove;
day School last Sunday by Mrs
-STOP IN Mabet( Fast Mrs Oaree Is a Mrs.. Merritt 8. Labor, Living, and Love. two sons; Willie J. TUfle,. of Funeral Home r
Lewis Avenue received the following I The elected officers are Green Cove and George W.
SEE AND DRIVE THE 65 cousin of Mrs. Fast and they
have not seen each other for clipping from Mr. Ed. Cleveland Kenney, president; i Turley, Jr., of Hemphill. Texas.
Jimmie Brown vice-pres; and 11 grandchildren and CHARLES HELM
the past fifty years Mrs. Oaree ward Nagle's daughter about one great
w went to school to Mrs. Fast, ill death and funeral: "rdpoptYg Shirley Ann Snell, secretary.The : grandchild. ,
Phens tM-MIB Direct DMto adult leaden are: Mrs. Funeral Director
beck In West Virginia, in the Pallbearers were: Forest
Jas IM-SMS ace lower grades The Oarees will Bud SogendorfBUY Pearlie Tobler, Mrs. Lily Jean Moody Carl Patrla. Palmer

be here for ten days or two Green Mrs Jlmmle Thomas English Robert Underwood.W. Phono 2S4-9CDG!
weeks and Mrs Moream Thomas. The I L. Walters, Ben Atkinson '
U, ..SAVINGSBONPS Club Is sponsored by The Good Burial was In Hickory Grove Gins con SPRINGS. FLORIDA
: Citizenship League of Memor Cemetery Helm >Funeral Home IIWY. tl EAST F. O. BOX 441
The Rev and Mrs. E.: L. Ferris -TO
ial Home Community with Mr.
spent ten days visiting a was in charge of arrangements
nephew and his wife, Mr. and
COUNTRY Sheldon as counselors
Mrs. Earl Murphy at Anna
CAPITALIMPROVEMENTS i Maria Island. They did some MIGHT

Ii' Interesting shell hunting. Also Miss Beatrice E: Xtollter and See

... there was a party at the Kapok her mother Mrs. Agnes E.: Wy-
Tree Inn located In the north lie of Bow Lake Stafford If.
WITH A MONEYSAVIN -.or.. i end of Tampa, for the celebration H.. were weekend guests Miss

of the Ferris' Sixteenth Carrie A.Tarbell and Mrs May
w of "I; Wedding Anniversary. The C. Orr. Miss Doliter Is a nurse
PCA LOAN *. r ""h"'t.-1f t, Kapok Tree from which this who has been serving for sever Spring Motors

Inn was named Is supposed to al years in a Presbyterian
5' 'S I iPtB Jt;.. be the only one in the U.8A.1 aI School at Albuquerque, N. M. S
w r and was probably brought from She Is on a leave of absence
7 \ :
years te repay India. It Is a large tree making this year and will spend a few

Compare the.true simple, wS a !gorgeous display when covered months in Florida with her ..... .
with bright red blossoms vw an."%...u k w, mothers e
tweet of a PCA !loan with/* )1j t.
the cost of other loans r which later' become soft and -., ?
Don't buy capital Improvements Huffy like cotton. The Missionaries
unless you've financed them as in India call the blowingof Casualty h11 r, gigCUrvc7' I -
cheaply as possible FOR LOW the cotton-like substancean
COST ,KA' PROOF, lIE Indian snowstorm

sr.o..aatt.o .1 O.aeNew

.f :' Mrs May-C. Orr and Mrs -- .
: . '"'/ ,jo .....- .. . Carrie A. TaiWU ..... plea- !f -, -
.If...... ....... C..iW ..'..........A.-a' .. aantly surprised recently by a 7- : :- :.:---

......- E.e1111agIr111t call tram Dr. Hud oo T. Ar- --= IF.YOUR CAR WILL- RUN 32 MILES ON A GALLON OF OASlEYoti.GXN.HAVE
It111ii..r Pis..1ka ''No' IY ...1111i herding and fly from I

(i Twt'M' $.MM I Wheaton Bis with wtjom they 4 : IT LUBRICATED CHANGE OIL FOR $3.40



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\ ,Associated with ,B.;B, McCormick &: Sons, Inc. UsedVOLKSWAGENS

I \ 'I "In the' iHttrett Industry/ Since 1012" r

.. ysf.lNAnss '
t t GREEN COVE SPRINGS 284-3027.: 'SO twos I USX MUN CAMBM1NAT M> OOSIW .** *? Sales & 'Service

I IM,....,......" 3enios

J'acksoDville-721.2822 Jacksonville B ach-721-2322: 4 .700 v.r* UM MM! 3.440,000 Wen NW. .* M (I" Tare* Kofth of Geverwen Creek) pfw 3t1t;.1/

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..IDGAL ,JCOT1CH eIN eiaxaAL aoTicaa I" ; New Way To Beat A Winter Worry

No nai. c41t0I.A4\ TAp86Ettl
IHB FRAN' ..". '141n11k '
uo'Crry'Or'Na ** '
BANK IN .a': "For Children's Clothes"Feel
:.w YORK, ,A corporation. B. TANBXRQ,
&IK pN'311R70lILVOMNI6ER BEVERAGES Plaintiff tr.fadantIIOTICO like Metier HulUrd with
or It IT all thoie clothe in th cupboardU -*
an unmarried] woman, Clajloa B. Tanberr be kept tplo and spaa for your
I7PROiS1UTA:' 'Defendants IUIA, Oflvuia, .AF...I young ones! Teaching children
PAUL'SOa JHOTICU OF PALM Norfolk Virginia .. how U tare for Uialr own cloths b ddla' ,
Jiatloe I. hereby gloss ..thatnurauant YOU -AHO HEREBY NOT mean lea work tor na i la the) \\
REFRIGERATIONSEJmCE to the Final Decree .. FIELD that a MIa ... bean 1Dsdaiatnut .
AD Lepilleftncel Foreoloeur and Bale entered In you la Ui. above ettlUe lone run I
asu.. La[ ne pending la.te Chaste ceuee end rou, are hereby required Begni. with reward system
a I A. M. .. 1 A. K.DiTtlCautr dress an Bprtnn Court 'In and) for Clay County. to *"ve II.... alalaMtr. To can use a merlt-dtmeri
Florida, caa. docket aumbertill al""' ., ..... nun and d. chart with column for neaetieia,
UM nmrniMrnJTUUUllllZUC the vaderalcaed CI......wUtaell dree appear aer.... yewr "'rl cieanUaeat and tidy bureaaa.Remember
lea 4.'...... ..,.
the It Os are IIUI
property ellwate la anil
.. ..-.- .......---.. North .f Orut* Posh county deeerlbed aiLot .f cowalaJm B. rata ..... espy .. rumpleclothes are
I CMVAti 'WOKE 17 tilock d,, MEADOW.HNOOIir whlefc ll delivered to you ..1''- harder t* claaa ao make hani
I 8. ralmetU Street Ualt 1, actordlnr wlth, on or bofor February a.. log al- akiN and Jacket part
Phone SS4-ITI I BOATS BOAT Tom HUBHIC.IHBBUFOOTiaEB Plat thereof roux"'do. IB.\flat A. IX 1140.Her.ln of the project.Tack the chart up
Horn 'MADE : .e II. of the cur fate Nt *r denoe pre la each chfld'i doaet. and at the
:: ; ..., ... ,
Boslims Tboiw tSMJIt reeordr'af I Gay w wag enter*: againstIn. '"
-Rw ?ani1\Urt County Florldai w fop lh. relief prayed 4a th, end, of the week total tb. scorn,
with OM Old tfcratort" loaeifcer with all otruclere.aN bill' of comvlalnt.THK Tata will keep their
INLET ,MARINA Improvementa BOW and hereafter NATUHH Or SAID .tliT torn and 1* sun is n.pecttot
TV Al'rLIANCB G. Xatrmtx on aald laid; and all fix- KINO FOR DITOnCS p. Bond belontfnf. I to '
tvrea now .. hereafter attache I <** !>
It to child to
means wore a
fBRVICBn to need WITDKtM my hand end ,the
or In connection ,,with
MEECtKT OOTBOUEBtMEBCftTJisn the premlee. herein .4eecrlbe4and seal of said Court ... a...... work at Us .wa system with.
Vepalr An fronds a-: ,In addition thereto th. oU Cove Hprlnre, Florida' this 'UI year kelp.' If you 11.1 him a
SeWlctef Clay County SLKVeUI low'lie deerrlbed houeenold appllaaoee. dar .f jame.Ty.' A rv int.llkOIUIR drawer of his owa to decorate ha
which<< are aad aaall 1 : U CARLISLE, caw pick out all favorite color
For fIsteen! Yean BOATS : bo deemed t* b., II........ aai. I Clerk Circuit Court scheme for it. Let him
ftA11.DII FRA1ftflJTDmid arrange
| Orange Park Ph. IIC.t5l1 a .part of the halt,. I By Vtvlaa n. Mrm
Hot PoInt *.".. sad Oy.. Deputy Clerk till partitions tie suit his particu
OUTDOAKD aEPam __ 1gadC.pIM. Model RB-ll I Richard C. 00.41.A4dAtl lay knack for flndlnjt thlnt.
1." A... In .rosy Mr naJntlff of should .
FULLERTON'S ____ __ .......1........ *Water Fan Henter Kltehearreeta 'I .- Sweaters, court Individual roaeparatalj
Hwy. IT Orange rat* link BuildingOreen 1m plastl

tt K. nap Asa ... 2tiNM1I .. I.Lrlee Coverage Bliwart Model Warner CC II Re'eee.dl Wall Cave: .....In.., Florid. baL Xeeplnt clothes brush
. 1-N. II. II I.. tiandr' for woolen tarmtnt U
Green Core &P(* SII-4144 Ul'II: PILE 71k.AU'IO Heater Model OB tIR
U Gallon ale good. And don't forget the
Eleetromode: Wall Heater M. I CIA COUNTY FLORIDA. first rat of iteatnees-catchlnff
LYi.'tTs14l..IsN 1KXBIOAOE" : LOANSUQS.II'tULIZATION at ,Bath..bll.Model R-ll IN CHaNCKRr those Tlpa \ad hole before thy I Local merchant art offering a aw solution to an old ,roble..
and beet bidder.1to for the..II hlfhee 4.IT MO. IlHiALKNB nt worse. For lpowheeklne personal dalntlnes durinf winter, with IU steam hot and (heavy
W. D. Morris ... the houro ef eleven rlork* .., ,BACON. plaintiff' teare la time five boy In your I clothing. The new product called I Ban Cram. U a fullitwjtth.ntlpenplrant
| CAItE 'S Peel QraM CM.U4.U43 ,la the forenoon and two snort, ROBERT LOS: BACON family a good merit point Intro n/dtodorant cream with I a pink vanishing ..
DIIIIrIIIItIr JullssWe US.M9S laj the afternoon on the tlth 1".4..t.. clare| the girls t*a pretty sewing that htlp It illi.pp.a quickly on the akin It'i one of the many
rum nuons I day of January, loll, at the NM'If'II 0.. 1t"'I' kit with extra point for mending product local merchants offer to "lIp ua win out ow winter.ill's .
| 0r c- Owt .*.*.... I...../.. All Jew Milk Coiirtltouae front door of In the Green nay County Tilt BTATM OF FLORIDA- brother' thin.. This will help -

U B. rB....t.'No'1144211MYwes LEGAL ..0IC.adrlte'a . BpHne-i, FI.rlda.DONE Cove TI/HOB:: KRT LOS BACONAddrtaa yes hi your housework ao let
l4r : AND DATED at Oreen Unknown. them know It.They'll Ilk. the n.pon.lbility .
f. ... A AF BALM [ A FACT!
s Cov..pvln... Florida' better And .
Xollco' Je aeuby this Ilk YOU ARE HEREBY NOT rrmem.her .... .....
TeL M4-SC44 HOME DELIYEJir ; U a a'"r offorevloear day of ".'"uar.. ,. .*... PIED' the a .ul hM been file ,repairs should be done*r/ors
Orange Park eaUred U oaueenumbred allUKUK4E aaalao ys. In the above .0' nutttnc clothes away to tare
JUI In the Circuit" !: U CAIU.IKI.E tilled caw. end eau .... .hrehrequired ,
then ,
....... Kw TeL Il4- *'" longer w ar.Here's ,14VLw4NFflt3lTTERS IZRfGI CWD
CALL H4-IMI or M4.rN ,I Court ef del County. Flarlda' VIVIAN H HOH" upon pUlellfrettmurr ,, I another tip t better than
waeee name end
| Jacksonville I wUI CUy eau CoitaUr.the prgp JTIorlda.: rtl. eltuatela aecrltwd 101.! Deputy Clerk. appear ......0.. your wn ondre.a ,washing which tends to weaken .. IN ( . .... .CAL ejc 510K or tea ...,...., tr any. to the bll fibers, the best war and tear if TMI CHRIS*ONLY JOA "
CLKOTHAC TRACTOR Ne.illlUl of remwiatat I. old Cult, cop la to dryclean clothe And
Tel ITMtSiVC OOrrh: ;'Ohs UPRIOOIvorll'le saver I WAS SWIITIN6 DUGI AMY af
ef hlt1i 1 ,le delivered .
OF MKfil: IAN A".r.U..aIGTIIO for those many dirty overalls,
TBADC IN MrnmfO or lTOt'KROL''C'1T" kerewlih. en or before Februerr R01A T1[ II LWII 2ANOtNit WIVrl!
Valclane Drycleanlng Fluid
public ..... to the llth..tand It, ... n. loll
OF TtBCB bet .lr the new cola machine solvent
front doer at the Clay County of the Ur..Mtockholdera. Cove Mprinca of The will Daisof NOM'.. will be enured main win do It all In ne time Put anything A r0i
AOOOVWHMOREED fourtheuee I. \ Jr... Cove held .. be r.u fur' relief vrayed la tbe all drycteanibl Into It, from
lIilJa I'a lie Ofll" In tke Hub .
T. Nttla'Reder
IIpr...... Florida between II:.. Hulldlnif at IJr.." ('.... Hiirmia, of rwnttilanrtTHH NATl'RR! OF MID cotton pants t* sued Jacket. It
AM and Iso J JU. .en ..JSISaT7A11,1141' It'lT
Florida on Tueedey, is distilled ehtmltat
Jenuary RRINO 1"1'11.tYOht'ri" :. a specially
ACCOUNTING (I (0.444 l" th. l'''. at It* f. c. for the MITNKMM my hand and, the solvent that feta the dirtiedtnultl '
WTAL ULf11t' ORunOB: L CARLISLE, porpo..5 electing dlreclore aadIran.actong ..el of pall Court at lre.n CoveSprlnn. -eolored tlodllft" inJust
Clark of. Clrroolart<< .... may ...whatever brought other before bueU eald Florida, hie. Tth .., a quarter of aa hour with no
AND ., Clay Count. *. Florida of January A.f1. 1MI. I of d'tI' running. So why
AmUGC CTCUal By VIVIAN H DOHM. meetingCUAHA 15.114hIetRtlC Danger
TAX SERVICE 1-11 levpnly c..rll. U CIIEaEI1, ( U CARLIHLID not tack).all the family clianlng

Ltole Kenney Owner ...... G.)( ..r" insts.r fvmniuN TOMnWICTMel M.. U. Vlie. free, and Ciohlu.oruw sit lerk Violas Circuit, II. Court Shin atonal

1K. Orange AYe. Oreen Core --.erw- PIa7J raOt'1 wArs JtKUIITKN or I"T."T'O. TO Rlrherd. co.. Morale
,. Uea thatthe Attorney Sec Plaintiff'
K.Ilaa boreey
Tel. :JIW'a1' 4aylae Create Ch* lalgIraM ..tI......etd ends[ t... pees la hereby clv.. thai Ad dree. -. .-
w....... .f okaviar Mil, the underelaned under the. pro Henk nulktlncOreen ''
rsGnaliz(1 Services.oeountinlC Ppb4sP20NI of bepl.r11 **. Iowa
of World ATM ..r 'l.<7, will C'ttn "prime Florida a
la reclemnr. wHik tke Clark ." 'tbeClnuet : reiUter of Florida with,. Arts the of Clerk U.,of. wlU tke 1-11 it. II. *.-.' 100 YEARS AOaTNtRifH

.\. &:; Tax[ ,Count male l of w and tlefllda.for upon ClayCounty 0ftIN M4MMOrm County, male af Florida,
,.... I ton opus
Returnaear 1'"' ''* f or pub Ire I
receipt of
proof of ,
..,. .
141as itlI24 of iwttr the Fletlttouename the
notice the Flrlllleue
.f L. T Bar ami Orllle, I i
name of THE: OIZMO .
I5nf"me' s PinM& .t, ... 4. r4 fag M. Hlrhver ".or- Cow .'1"1"PI..I : and N.IU..UIU.Il.III K.,,. NLSTORYIHPICIURFSI
ton, : ::.. Fla.; I
Individuals a... dale I
n. L LEI:
Litt .1.-41 I
" !:!:!. I lined MRS. MILDRED MOM
11-11.I I.?, at. II 1

JX THE: CI tlM'I'!' COURT or,
'I No. Illl

MART MOTUM EKE?. OF Defendant HIT flow?*AMOtiours use

rot BCrr-Osseenleutly 1.' FOR gALE: Thra b.frbee. Delivery
: FPMALE MELT WANTED tilovervllle, Mouth Carolina AFAR 10 tits
'.W'ara'. .... ftrnkbrd. I .. Fine 1'a1Nlbtr. Large tdU Alit IICHCMY XOTN pORCSTRRKS .OTHtfrUKIMTfUPPtDSM3& IttOTI OVi-tIT WHMAJR Mil
PIED that a tell lie .been filed
ran m-sm after 1:11.: ... ran.' OM Wee .alhaialfrom Aradls.I ....laal >ou In the above entitledeulred AT Ralrn Alga S1J4pQI.

rent....( m FOR RENT MVkll 1. IWt1HS JI01'JEWI\'U'j t* air" upon Plalntlffahereon .
ms. "I 14* feet e. Baaawintnre A... abet MO F. .I.peeer .,,"..., ...... ..... a.4 idroe .
< wK1a 1m eeM'ftM w 141 feet Weal '...... .._. your wr1S. : shorted
BM j m tMi< rraryt people
0.. 8f'e., ranfry. .1 . ,..... If any. to the bill.
c.-.o. Tge till MrrUte for taiL Zhraa4lehnaao. with A?... tVrlto Mr* Othreat. e* complaint' In sat.sit. espy when .John Coff/ Rand Invent

Highway n. ....0. From R t, m Raejtk MM TJO. Des I4.. thw Oak.Fbrida. .1 ef......wllil.when la .delhered, le yen a strange metal tube for Mt ol. 'S COIPRJN3
C on before January palaU w 1141. Today enllaptble
f'ft'II Cerrw anise th. :SteiWithi naUa (.....1.. Tare MA). . -, idle ... A.It. letl.M metal tube are a f 40 mil .
riclp .. .r... fell not deeree.
Orant iat. 1MU Than 244-I/S3. ll-Mlf eonfeeeo will be entered ar aealnel pre .Ion iwdn.... oOn .

rOR RENT-I MM famlahtdt. .1 LOST Tea while faced puppy bill vou of for oem"I.the relief'".. prayed In the 1 Smoky aaya to color UM blue; UM fob-fray

it IN Weal SU SSI with HOUSEWIVES lea far r.., I btofx klfkwaSaejtli.tN.. II THE """'1t1C OF PAID RUT and whit; UM} aky-llfht blue! ; the iun-brifht yellow; UM
>!(hu and wat<<. rben CCS IIeIfte W.__ at* raralacfS fame ptraao eatt.214.1771.La- :*" my ...... and thee : j tlowera-all bright colon the tree Uunka-Ucbt brown and the itonblack.Smokay .
2t4.211L n.l1tffo or ... a* beer npnuatC weed .fined. 1.'. el ef aeM Cciurl at Ureea C... I Ia Ii ;
prime. FIvrMa. 11.1. I ales "Whenavtr outdoor b careful with aU
( Af Writ )In. OfatoSweat. ef iNeaenMr a n. IMnw.miFJ Ilk day aaya, you are very, very

FOR SALEl IMS FlatWaien. Itaiko P.O. aU M.. Live Oak rom HALBt IfM T-Dlyd. a. t. CARMIUC. i 4 match and fliw and keep our forest-freenl"
Original fllM.Waal rink ri eoll Court
prtet FbrUa.FOR I sibs. .......... aa easily Ply _.rI. n. rierheHt. jJ
$I4 S. Can Ronald .
-" elect ,
..d a.nw }q> mta Perna '
pooh! tr1'AU:
hulk. .
XI4-tS)3 at BC after -
fALL CtOtty Trslkr M4-S4H. Me 1'11".'. n i-ii mpjAlieraey J
IS: ,*. for naloilff ..,a..a
with ca\ptaf .aW..*tf I aba tel I.. Fir.nee Rulldlef
'OR ALRl: Later* M,ttMl .a* wheel .&1." tnHrrt fIrM FOB anT F.raJakoIkeVta. I. jMkeeavnie. FlorMe 11.1/ 'i. '.'. u

(,.ejMe hW) and 1,12 UN tokea Wtk. Cal GrMIIc..e ..... ttr ales ai 4UCrvrew ef the moot famous sere

:0.1 l rat. Call U4. l.CARCER 214.1324. I.'. IL OCS. Phase J 4.ttla. man. of all time: -father M f>-
phi In -Moby Dltk- talks
bout: a whale. Today, the' rerlar >
OrrORTrXTTT"M FOB AALEt Naahaala RpestS.aa. RADIATOROEANING weekly atrmoni of Dr O.-

Kr VMk fmaraaUea.rH" .. ...... FaT4 17*. FOR 1ALK I lart. aaakaf.avrlfM ; raid Horrmina ,ark more than

e Wtwflta. fair Mai S rf pas Artr H sway. Far tofav ate ...... RaanaaMi", 10 Million I peoel* through Loth-

leo WIlL Ate U.... Theo ...... .. Ore** Con M4 Far tofafknillm M.Ui4 laaafFBrker. 4 : eras Hour radio broadcast&

rrprgy..w "IUS e* "1.1SI1 aiL I.... !. WaH Teeth firart.Co ...

f"--n- W .......... Mr. an.. ** .......... l-7.
on...... IWI-tC. 1.'.. FOB W1TThen .... ..*- REPAIRING

lave e* ..*.. .......... FMtoranawltM FOR Wilt Twe. ) klaVeaalkawM JmpefBillsays.

"gtr WAitTKPi Ma..-F. Bale a.fl Orara Cave f.ra ilikll M II MTM.WaB OCARANTECO WOBBi

IM-II1L 1.1CU. now bats Rat k4

nODED A'f ONCIE-r.D water ...... O.raga 1...1 ill
patless M --- le rX>AUXTllBttfel. *.*, .W. Red M4M'MpMWsa < 1'h

--. Waki.. ....... I.Coy. .. I' a 24. .Two .....- IH pUt pr ..... ........IS4N44. >t D* deanandr.palr 111 %<

Ono ........ 01.44.. ...... .. a4tte **... liver TUw 1-', P

rose. *. .......... get ywr .....*. Bean '""'-. aTJcw...y

.** bowls "..... C. L ...... 17. I aaOa*' Sato ., Or***) FOB lALKf I Ti........ n5 .
Iw- VeMk. Craatu sad aaw ItM MM OetrraM.Wm your radiator
I-I. F. O. Lea M47. c..* Ipetega. w
"rMpbk. Traax MN I Ml ..... Cd......... I.' now. rtI


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dlMSI PONTiAC ....
scrruuW . ... 4M Osage A....

BASE FnunrrBS co. ", --, a..1. c... Ie.s ..r

fir you the ..... TersOus' ......114-$.

bat poamtbi Job Corp a2 .......... officECm.T CO. .....*. lag I...

on your, prtatinf. -- nnwait.
Our Mrrie will MM Ha ...ll BIHLlaekaawflB Uoyd LIOn 7 Jr, Owner !
CT 7-4411 M i
PJM you and Bpertanst: InOffle

our price**.win bercuoMh TRAILERS Bupplte.aa4 TRY A SMALL AD Din your hietlifMj .nii. yog

I-i; ;, and HooieU ot8otaldpl5enttbletrhr.f_ approach from behind a ut

CALL P8 FDR ALL I HorrU for Tram FOR afield *f you HtHteM' lights

TRUSTED SCATTER Vied TralkT-B' i FUmndrhjM17 0r'MIDI CM "Mud the **,f ki 'bent

CUr coorrr CROCCTT ReeerrtH BY**. Canto If you M It CM the oVivtr des

CTTt UOMJf BOMtA la* H6 RESULTS encwnirif Tehkle.: 315 J PLEASE! Only you can PREVENT FOREST FIRESSDA

.....,SS4-IIN IT LISTS I M&M1 PaR ... JackwortDf


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'EIGHT . _ Etotf(!!( QIODUU'Qlresccnt.! . -. I' TIIUESDAT. JANUARY 14, IMS


Jaycees' DSA Bosses THRUOUT FOUND .ONS Or OUR MOST 8EAUTIFyf, 8/RPs/ Buy "Super! -'ght"reat' At:A&P-Get 'What. You Pay For . '



Bosses' Might, the annual support the Jaycees and .
banquet-meeting of membersof I ognize the value of the ree.1 "SUPER-RIGHT" QUALITY HEAVY WESTERN: BEEF5TEAKS
I ,
the Junior Chamber of Com zation .
coerce and their employers, Frank\ Otto, chairman, said
that the guest speaker of the
will be In the Qui-S1-Gana !
. event will be Carroll Lamb,
Restaurant, Friday Jan. 22, at
head of the Marketing Divisionof
8.00: o'clock, according to
the Florida Department of INI.fA6ITg FQESH
Frank Harrington, president.A
Agriculture, The toastmaster WAtER
feature of the evening will
will be Hal McKee. ,
be the announcement of Oreen JY : lAKESPONP.s c
Cove Springs' outstanding -
.SWMf.WADtS' ,
young man for the year. The -
Distinguished Service, 'Award aRDS; iWKSCWUiY Boneless Full,.Cat. ,'ROUND. .. Close Trimmed SIRLOIN Cteee Trimmed T-BONE
will be presented to a young ;BIG RESULTS P4DS4 CLIMesBU5HiS.St.E CleM TrtIDmed
Boneless Top ROUND
man between the ages of 21 to OFFLORIDA or rOBTEEHOVSC
35 years who has contributedthe Boneless Minute:.dT ED or Boneleee SIRLOIN Tip or Boneless BIB
most to the community 1 TRY A SMALL AD

during Bosses'the Night year. Is an annual FOR RELATED COOT54RAILSMARSHHEN6) 89; LB,, 95f LB 99? IB
feature of the Junior Chamber EATS S PS,LEAVES I?BBRRIfS OF '
throughout the nation It Is WATER PMNTSINSECT5FROG9, MOIWSR9 GALLiNuLE '
dedicated to the bosses who Allgood Sugar Cared SUte4, t a,. pkg.' USDA Grade'A'Lge. Tender 4 .. 8 Ik. avg.

BACON 85 BAKING HENS LB. 39"SuperRight" .
I. 1 1 1 < ,
.. .
Small rig Perk S lb..A down "Super-Bight" All Meat IS a. pkg.

'64. MOBIC-S MtJ-J-tO.- 0 wwniiii. SPARE RIBS'I' LB. 45f SKINLESS FRANKS 39*
--- Fullerton'slji
Swift's Premium Boneless S a,. can Cap'n Jehus Quick Prove Breaded a,. pkg


= r Sultana Pure Apple Bane Reuseable Beverage Class

: X. ORAXGE: AVE.: 1 Ll. Bev. Uo
Jelly 3 $1
Green Cove Springs hb Glass
1 '
: Sunnyfield Quick FrozenWaffles

'" 2H4-4044 ..ti ....rr... V lOcSpecial


3' .*-.iaa, ...,.? k4M ,s x d E "I, Special! Special I

II Were clearing our stocks of all our 1964 TV-Appliances Y Ann Page Ketchup 3 14 I Oz.Dottles. 49c

Special,! Special! Special!
.TV Wc'ie t'learimg( ; Our Stock on MI

COL OH TV IfJI CONSOLE Non-Fat Milk W qt fQ-

CLOSEOUTS I 1(54!)( nnd 1W53! Modoln( TELEVISION I Dry I'kRM W .

Largest( display of Color TV models !in Special I Special 1 Special!

23-inch '(Overall Diagonal' ) TABLE MODEL; Clay County I Jim Dandy Dog Food 25 Lli. $179

with Swivel Stand all for $198.80< Chock our Inm.T AO Prices Today! Y JVb bag

.._ ... .
+aMItdIIMMcrYla"a Mitleb. I .__.._ .
...... Whole Kernel Golden. SIS caa r---. -
J **
WALNUT and OAK 1I0IHtS; CORN 5 FOR 99 tLibby's i'
; I JOB vg!
G months_ t Purls and Service on I' (i I so&bl '
.. Cream SIS
Model M759AMO Style can '{ STAMPS fe!
"Black and White TV I
a a elLibby's FOR 99 "
"d All chtm l VHF-UHF reception With this COUPOB ft purchase .f f 1|
with thi new CC Tandem :::1'; ...""'II'Hot L.thUt(.os .a" I
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