Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1941
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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OCT 2 4 1941

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BngCenter Thriving In Stolen Trade Pants Many ExhibitsTo Confer Stone Laying CeremonyAt .

According to J. B. Rowe jailor,

Contractor a negro who gave his name aa Be Seen :

Is Henry Austin has been selling USO Building Saturday. 4' !

pants all over Reno for anythinghe

Buildingcontract could get for themusually30c At FairFive

or 35c a pair. Although both Work Started on Starke Unit Said To Be f

for the new Standing city been and searching county for authorities him, he was had large tents will be neces- City Plans' und government On NegroesHenry Guns First To Get Under Way In ;

at the corner picked up the other night with sary to house the large numberof United StatesIn 1

nter development $2'; or $3 In his pockets, by W. E. Small and another negro
which exhibits
already signed for
streets up
Weller ? Hallowe'en {
Call and Orange Lines bus Thornton and Fred Sapp, night Bradford County's big annual Big are in County jail awaiting disposition a drenching rain that drowned out all elaborate ,

ludes the let Wednesday to the policemen.' "You can't arrest me," I'alr, according to an announce of their canes with regard ceremony. :Mayor[ N. D. Wainwright, Jr., at noon Monday, ,J

,'on! was Development Corporation.ill he said:" "I'se got money In my ment yesterday by Jack Purcell Starke-with the aid of a combination to being In possession of turned the first shovelful of dirt on the site of the first v j I''

.non. begin at once and "the pockets. supervisor of the event. Festivities recreational Government guns stolen from USO building to get under construction in the United States. ,
I > of
> expert
rk to be ready Police Chief A. L. Alvarez has will get under way on Mon- Camp Blandlng. FRI Investigatorswere of "
be bonded Present were representatives of the City, the Chamber < ,
"will D. ConI been around having the mer- day, November 3, con tlnulng gencles- about t 0 stage Its certain that the negroes
days, Eugene Commerce the Army YMCA and the Constructing Quartermaster | :
loin 120
announced Wed !chants Identify some of the punts throughout the week. greatest Hallowe'en festival! Friday themselves had not stolen the ,
president Corps of Camp Banding I,
,,I. .which Were evidently stolen from night-October 311 Noise! guns; but local authorities felt

building will be 220x80 feet jail. the Jones-Lungford-Whlte Post to apprehend the solJler more than made up for tomorrow morning, (Saturday) at
still in the County Decorations! B a 10 o n s I Sandwiches I \
Lending the entire distanceU American Legion (sponsors of Lemonade! who Is believed to have taken six 10 o'clock when the cornerstone of the building will be II

Weller to St. Clair streets. the celebration) states that farm. The Dads donated $100 guns from the Camp. in the presence of representatives of the six' USO laid.: ru j
will be a six- ers, housewives, 4-H Club members -
the rear there and two 12-foot TornadoesTo and other organized groupsare Tuesday night which will be sup. Not only that but the negroes The Salvation Army, the Jewish Welfare Board, the : 'I.. .

->t platform the bus wi competing for the large number plemt'nted' by the Chamber ,of had arrangements with the aol- tional Welfare Board, the q

iveways alongside that of prizes offered on the premium Commerce,. The funds will go to dler to sell the guns for him, according ional Catholic ;

ding platform. Beyond to Police Chief A. L. Al- 7HA Service the National Trara Ny
6-foot concrete Seek Revenge lUt. lOT h e agricultural, urnlHh horns and whistles for Approves ,

be another alley bulld- stock, poultry, Industrial and com everybody' toblow. and an orchestra I are.. They were in possession Aid the YWCA' and

Ik, and 70 a feet bowllag to house 10 new mercial resources. o f Bradford to furnish music for a 01 ,only two or three of the guns. YMCA 1'. ;.

? 115 x alleys which wUl be op- Et11L! smarting from "the slings County will be on parade during street ,dance., Subdivision Congressman Lex Green '

Led.wllng by Henry Manassa. and arrows of an outrageous for. Fair Week which without doubt The glrU and, boys of B. H. S. James Mayes will make the dedicatory address .tf{

building will contain 18 tune" that Drought their first defeat will be the largest event ever will ask the merchants for small Off To EnglandJames and Col. O. W. Mes'eeae -' '
rhe held In Bradford ," Mr. lonatlons 25c more-and the
County or
Pinehur.t the subdivision, 1
lterprl according Presl- of the season last week, the Camp Standing public -

[ Connell.es. They will consist purple ''Tornadoes of B. H. S. will Weldon said. girls will decorate the stores, Mayea, of Mayes Radio owned by L. A. Davis will soon relations officer will serve

nt There will also be several National while the boys will decorate the be ready for development W. T
I cafeteria seating 400.. which take Bradford Park tonight, Service, has definitely abolished chairman of the
a and State exhibits and the streets., A will be, stagedat Club realtor who Is handling ceremonies )
air-conditioned and have determined to trounce Reddick his part of the Neutrality Act left lie will be introduced >'
1be\ Florida State Prison has 6:30: P. M.anl! the merchantsare his subdivision for Mr Davis,
and a bar and and regain the good graces of promised Starke Thursday for Montreal, A ,
patio Wainwright.
to by Mayor !
teas local fans. to have one of the finest request*, to' close their Canada, his ultimate destination announced that the preliminary
likewise be airmdltloned -
ll which will toe exhibits ever shown In Florida. stores during *thls time. being> England, where he will take plot plans have beenO.. K-ed by military band from t h e Camp "
and have access No Is tabu In the realm
one as Others cooperating are: the Soil The street will .be roped off at part In the battle of tbe Atlanticas F. H. A., and thAt tho engineerhas wilt furnish' music, and arrangements i
will be
The of Alibi Ike, but It
sportdom as '
patio. Conservation! Service the Derailment Call and Thompson, where a I been Instructed to prepare of commlt-
member of In
with terrazzo dance Is than alibi when Inadequate a the English "Clvl- are charge a : I,,
_vn-air, a more an -
street darteej Onn be enjoyed. At plats for record and stake I the '
of Agriculture, the Federal Ian Technical :
and balcony. There will be lighting: U said to have Corps'Along lee composed 0 f R. B. Wear j t'I I
or 8:13: desire to
Works Agency, the W. P. A., : thon".1o! to go ots.
[ combination waiting room and been a contributing factor In the football with six other Floridians chairman Mayor Wainwright and t
he and witness
\ Park Service game .
the Florida Forest and This will be the first subdlvl- j
fcusement arcade a military defeat of B H. S. 12 to 0 at the -from Melrose, Fort Laudardale.Joril f
Starke tt Hastings lob Satterfield, secretary the
lay on may
of Game
the Commission lon In Starke that has been .
[ store, a drug store and hands of Alachua I last Friday Gables. Jacksonville and
poly and Fresh Water Fish the State do so. processed, planned, and restricted Chamber of Commerce. ,
Ida fountain, a tailor shop, shoe night. Even officials described the other places Mr" Mayes will
Marketing Bureau, the AmericanRed Mlas Evelyn Stump, Presidentof month according to F. H. A, requirements Governor Holland will be' rep(1 ,; "j
Ipalr and shoe shine parlor, dry lighting of Ala.chua'8 field as the Woman's Club, ha asked pend a In training In Canada j
Cross, the Public Welfare Purchasers buying lotslnthis
leaning receiving and deliverypot poor, and the Tornadoes, used to that housewife In Starke after which he will sail for resented by James R, Stockton tl'
Department, and others. There every; subdivision will know without -
( camera film supplies and the brilliance of Bradford Park, England. He will In reality be a of Jacksonville, who represent I
donate a dozen or, so sandwiches
will also be automobile show of that
an doubt
radio technician, a "range finder, n this district the State Road !
velopment Jewelry and watch just couldn't geol their bearings. \ +
i'oithe occasion. Every clvlo organization
and merchants' exhibition.One hey will be able to obtain F, It.
vhoae business It will be to find .
fpalr, juice stand and fruit shipg Just as a ,man can walk around : In the city Is behind Department. ; S;
of the largest and best car | the location of planes and A. loans on that property, providing ,
agency, news stand with in the dark in his own home so the Hallow 'en party and striving enemy Immediately after I breaking :;
their and credit are
iagazlnes, cigars and souvenirs, did the Indians seem comparatively nival companys has been engagedto .o make it a success George notify the anti-aircraft runn.rl.Hewlll plans ground Monday, actual construe '

I travel l bureau, a telegraphoth at ease in the .prevailing furnish the rides and amuse- MCanassa, president of the Cham- have the rating of a 2nd approved.The Ion of the hug *. 89x140-foot l
ments, Mr. Purcell stated. The lieutenant at $33 week and plan I la very attractively
a bus ticket office with gloom her of Commerce, Mrs. Nina per laid out and Mr. Clute state that building began. under the supervision f: I '
include various
attractions all to of
will start course, '
ggage and checking\ facilities. Even under such adverse conditions Probes. aictlng supervisor of the -expenses he believes this subdivision will of Capt. A. C. Reade constructing .
rides, shows, big circus acts,
with for advancement
The contract price for the cen- the Tornadoes might have Legion:"WJPA recreational project, quartermaster at Camp \ t
bands and fireworks This show Mr. Mayes will not at the draw most of the high i class I "
r Is $44ODOand; .," te bowlingy better account of themselves and Wear of the Army Blandlng. Date set for comple1 1
+ given a homes to be built In Starke for t.
carries a: personnel'of 650 people sell his business Instead an
lon Is December 15 -less than ,,
Is 58,300, with an additional had they not been demoralized. ROMaB. responsible t
sometime to The
come. prop.rtyadjolna
and animals. 15 ; big riding desblcee old friend from Titusrile
,ioo for ) ., ,.. high-school two month away c1 city official ,1
alleys. rquipment'tfor .by... ,bad paa from-center : tift' for (he party. the ,beautiful' home' ol I
6ndrrX3'tblffreaturcrshow4Th ,, Gen Mefford. will take caret ,
have been assured that the :
e cafeteria will cost around in the '
which cost 'them a score .
Fair will be widely adver- While many of the soldiers from > It In his absence "H* ought Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Davis. It !.
be for Christ-
8,000 fixtures for'bar and grill .The'boy.. from structure ready "j .
; ; .
first quarter tised, bringing to Starke thousands CampBlandlng will be on maneuvers to know radio," Mr. Mayes said high and wooded, and will have v'
,.,000; air conditioning $6,000 Bradford were on the 8-yard line It is the of and surfaced street ma 'e.tlvltl..come hell or high '
of people during the weekof yet purpose yesterday; "he Is just out of the water, lights )
water Materials for this
In other words, said Mr. Con- with one foot to go for a first the sponsors to "interest the all to be Installed as houses are job
November 3, Mr. Purcell de Navy where he wee a radio
\II\, "the total cost of the, buildg down. A kDuchdown seemed in citizens of Starke to help enter op- built. have a priority rating of A-l C,
clared. Special dally
and equipment will be in the the bag ,when the ill-fated play programswill tain the soldiers." jrator. d : which I I. considerably higher even : I, j'f
be drawn for entire
up Mr Mayes came to Starke from than that to ;
fighborhood of $90,000. Joseph dropped them back to the 25-yard: given Camp Blandingconstruction. J
One unique feature of the celebration rUusvllle April 30 1937. and established Deanna DurbinAt I i<
Arnold, Secretary-Treasurer, line, where the ball went' over to week.The 4 ,I 'Jk;

sUmatcg that the minimum Alachua. following members com- -If It can be arranged his present business Park SundayA The original plans, calling for a'I ,>>ij
prise the Board of Directors of Is the Inflating and letting loose I 1'
any rentals will be in excess frame construction h been 1 f Ji'
the Tornadoes a v e 1
that time on,
From : In the air above Starke of hundreds
Bradford Fair S. A.
((30,000." in the the County Negro AccusedOf completely nw treatment of altered to provide for concrete ?, .i'j/' :
never got groove Weldon commander N. of small gas-filled baloons, .' J
Legion ;
songs on the screen will be heard block. Another change Is the ad 1

again, and backfield timing seem-, D. Wainwright, Jr.: mayor of: with postcards" saying "Returnto Murder CaughtPolice 'In Deanna Durbin' new film "It dltlon of a second story '' t! i
off. Blocking was poor t
ed Starke.
badly I
Starke; A. J. Thomas, clerk of '
225 'With
Stolenrom Started Eve
but the tackling efforts of Dudleyand the court-Executive Committee. Chief A. L. Alvarez In ,Charles ,and co-starring Representatives of the construe- 4 It I: ,
Laugh ton coming
Shuford shone out, even' the ting q U a r t e rmaster expressed I Jt
Commute on Exhibits: L. T, proud possessor of his lostpistolthe to the Park Theatre,

through the Alachua blackout.' Dyer, county agent, chairman; L Heavy Rains one that was taken Sunday Deanna sings and plays her themselves: a* well pleased with \ "

High SchoolA Youthful Bobby McRae seeing D. Vining W a 11 e r S. Sibley, away from Fred Sapp and later own piano accompaniment and the city-donated sit on Tempi 1' I !

big-time action for the first time Ave., directly across from the i J
Lloyd Green K. G. Duncan C. used to shoot and kill Taft Grantnegro ,
himself the custom of bringing In an orchestral high school and just north of the f .
gave a good account of R. Cooper, M. F. Brown W. B. Damage Roads"The In Reno. background, whether or
rather "There Is plenty of room 't '
peculiar, though bold, as substitute center. Sewell. Ladles Executive Committed James the murderer armory. .
not orchestra
an on
bbery appears to: construct the long of '
was committed at the As for tonight: Reddick will Miss Madge Whig/ham/ type i
: was picked up In Green Cove screen baa been 'discarded. Her ,\ ,
radford building that the governmentwants
High School Tuesday bring a fast, light team that will Mrs. K. G. Duncan, Mrs. L. D Rains Came" starting Springs Thursday night of last five singing numbers are "The 'j ; I
Ight when for the usa units, 1
they I
a approximately $223 In let the Tornadoes know they'vebeen ; Vining, Mrs. R. F. Demorest Sunday 'and continuing through week. Since police authoritiesdid Lord's Prayer," "Going Home,'. II
h-mucb said, "and we can right by the
of It In nlckle and In a fight 'The boys from Mr*. D. A. Montelth, Mrs. O. L. Tuesday Bradford County was not know the killer's name "Walts from the Sleeping Beauty go ,, '
!ass-was taken i jlans. It Is I understood that the ,
from the PrlnPal's Marlon County ,have played but Beailey. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright subjected to torrential downpours, and had absolutely no clue (ex: Ballet "Vlene La Conga and i i iorl&lnl&lIy
LTSO Jacksonville: Beach
I at
office. Sheriff A. O. An two games this season, defeating Jr., Mrs. W. B. Sewell Mrs. D. along with the rest of the state, cept that they thought he had "Clavelltos." Miss Durbin' sings I ." t i
reu to be ,
called planned larger
In Capt. E. O. Mason, Newberry 6-0 and losing to Webster P. Carpenter, Mrs. )[. F Brown, as the result of a tropical weather been shot), Pledger was simplyIn the latter number In Spanish at ''t.
nger-print than the Stark unit, will have to t
specialist from Camp tough Sumter County outfit, Mrs. J. M. Darby. disturbance.The the hands of fate and Justice the rate of more than 150 words I
landing, to assist with the In. I be smaller because of last-minute
esllgatlon. I 26 to 6.Boys. Because of the "heavy strain western part of the county, when he was caught. a minute, although she doe not hold-upe In securing the entire r '' :

The I on man-power" the Fair will rent around Brooker, seems to have There are two, stories: first that speak the language. alte. : f

money was taken from To Leave eating and drinking booths to been hit the hardest. It being Pledger put his knife on the : Deanna's new role IK. that of an
I' The here carries
different building an
appropriation .
drawers in a large fraternal, church and civic organizations nearest Alachua County where throat of Ms victim I In Green ambitious young singer who In '. .
teel '
l file In Carolinas of more than $80,000. "
the Principal's office. For and local merchants. the heaviest rainfall was reported I Cove Springs and asked him for Introduced Into the home of a t
ccording of which around 160.000 I.I for :
to Principal E. I* W41 Complete Information may be Travel over the road between his money. Pledger's own story multi-millionaire, and who remains -
ama, there Next week Starke will\ figurativelY construction and J13.0OO Is for ,
was about $70 In the obtained by calling Fair Headquarters Brooker and LaCroaa was resumed la that he and the other fellow In the hope that he can
U (chalk twiddling its thumb furnishings and equipment. A /
) box belonging to theme begin phone 104, and askingtor Thursday morning, after be- had been drinking, and had used further her musical career. She t'

late 47x31-foot: for service
Merchants will sleep lounge men
Economics department: again. Mr. Rowan. ing halted for several days because his own money to pay for the also becomes romantically involved I
bout will be Included In the ,
$18 fishIng buildingIn
stores early
in nickles close their go
tub In the Glee The American Legion and the : water, covered the SantaFe drinks. When his money was at with his son, played by .'
box In the movies. The addition to a large stage, !
; $65: or |70 In the 11Tlry -, and take entire fair board wish to stress River fcrldge. Residents of the gone, be still wanted liquor and Robert Cummlngs. fi ,,
showers locker
box Blanding will be off droning rooms, :
; $22 Camp
In football men
the the fact that the event Is for the Brooker section say It was the at the point of his knife forced
x. I'ood service counters, reading
and $:=2 In the cafeteria box. again for the Carolina maneuvers benefit of all Bradford County, heaviest fall In 50 years.. Water the other negro to "fork over" Robert Green Hurt
The thief as the Louisiana and club rooms (i tJ t
Not lengthy
took the pins out of as and each community should berepresented rose until It entered two homes his. last 73 cents to buy more
e hinges from which the boys returned The new recreation center will j I
on the door removed trip y
the Scout Hole bridge. \
this near whiskey. Robert Green sustained slight
In countywideevent
e door and< then the lock late last month, the soldiers be directed by the Army YMCA \ .
n the steel cabinet and secured will return to Starke early In December beginning November 3. Damage to roads In Bradford At any rate, h. was arrested, injuries on the head and knee under the supervision of RobU B. 1 L

e County is estimated at well over, and authorities found that he had Wednesday at 1 P. M., and his '
mon y from four and likely settle down for Wear, who came to Starke last '
rawer., M different the winter at Blandlng. Want Better Road $1,000, and "Peggy", branch line two tell-tale gun-shot wounds 1941 Chevrolet laundry truck was February. ; ) \
Williams stated train of the S. A. L. from Stark* on* about the waist and one severely damaged, when he found

UZlayHe then went to the D. Connell president to Bell has not been able to get .bout the feet. Sheriff A, O. An- himself jammed from the front

T' The to put the door back In Gas Station CurfewThe and Eugene Joseph: H. Arnold, secretary beyond New River since Mon dreu brought him to the Brad and rear by Army truckspartof City Digging

concensus of opinion ford Afterhe a long convoy-at the Intersection
ra that Council Tuesday night treasurer, of Bland ing Center, day. County jail Monday. ,
someone who knew theM City
of N. Walnut and
has been dealt with for the r
v of before the City
the resolutionwith Inc.. appeared
land a
very thoroughly unanimously passed night In the interest Bowling Alley ReadyThe murder of Taft Grant if there h Washington streets.
have closing of Council Tuesday
done to the
the reference New Well
Job. II
stations from of the streets leading to any time left he will face the Mr. Green was going east on
'' all gasoline I Line slz-ailey center at the charges in Green Cove Springs Washington when he met the "
'Kg the site for the new Orange new
TUB In harmony
LORD 7 A. M.. I.
M. to f'The
7 P; travelling north on Wal-
"I understand said J. B. Rowe convoy
station at the Intersection ot National Catholic Community
to bus
Mr, with the Government's ruling nut. He weaved his In and City of Stark began this 1{
"that he Is also way
and Mrs. B. Jacobs said J. B. Alex. Call and Weller streets In view Service on Temple Avenue Is now jailor, Tuesday .
their return conserve gasoline. down. for by the soldiers, I.: wanted in Gainesville and Ala made a left turn to go to his week the drilling of a new 600- ;
IL from New York K. G. Duncan of the recent continuous ready use City', '
ander. Shell dealer; place of business. All went well foot 10-inch well at the
they Want to'expreu their H. E. of rain the roads are almost A. May NCCS director, announced chuff
d ard dealer; pour "This well
:&Ilks S tan until the truck In front of him Light A Water plant.
to au theIr friends In L. A. Canova Chairman Monday. "We have between
dealer and Harry Impassible. deliver 600 '
Sinclair ; when will ;
tayj Tucker. In the y
and rear
5 for being' *> nice In relrlberlnc Houston. E. H. Smith and Red assured them that the City $6,000 and $7.000 worth of equip.. Defense Stamps stopped kept going. the The one result will be to 700 gallons per minute" Barry ,

them with "get well' would at least grade Weller and meat and the boYI.are welcome
were said
retailers Johns: utility superintendent
rda Alvarez, '''Torode'garage.
bill at s
anI 'long letters during Mr. the meeting in the interest of Jackson street for them If I It to it," Mr. Maya stated. N. Sternberg, In charge of the quit a repair Tuesday The Gray Well! Pump ,
leobe' at A Lieutenant In the convoy
Illness "It was much could do no more as soon as It sal, of Defense'stamp In mat Jacksonville: are the ,
resolution. Corporation
the Mr
iller that It not
to bear' his trouble. In The resolution was drawn by could secure a grader New DentistDr. stores in Bradford County, announces Green's fault ordered the truck contractor T h well will be

aa r his good friend at bom T. Frank Landrum.and that shoppers may now ready In about 30 days Mr. Johns 1
p.1 Church prayed for his City Attorney for a tine of not Jones To Miami Lemuel Colson. dentist, has purchase them at the following repaired stated. ,: I

W recovery. Mrs. Jack Wll provides rented through W. T. Clnte real- places of business: Carpenter's, '
v. than 910 nor more than $100. The new well will b*> used Instead : ;
less SewerThe
who in the Adklns Abe Bessent's. H. C. Wall's Hart City Laying
b so ably took full not to exceed D* Witt c. Jones will UavTuesday tor, office space of the old 100-foot well now ,
-*' of all or Imprisonment Col Furniture A. M. Darby', Stump' aLa
business affairs dur violation for Miami. where be will building on Call "

their J fcence. has returned,to 60 days-or both-for attend a regional convention for son I 18 from Trenton and expect Store Sternberg1. C a n o v a '*, City U laying 3,000 feet ot f operation. "In case of fire '.
"or other
Johns: emergency
home ordinance. 28 towardKeystone I said Mr.
of the Road
In Bradford Hardware. City Drug sewer pipe on
Cane."I11e. She said Southeastern state of Coca- to have'bis 'new office open by

er badly and< :Mother being Councilman H. A. Bishop wa.Iabient the Cola botUen Wednesday through the first of November He will J. M. Alvam'. Columbia Military Heights. B. S. Johns,, or Shortage. both wells will y i

,Qs again from the meeting, beingIn and Alexander's. utility superintendent, announce be operated. t
wui not atop her &oJ- Friday. move his family to Starke soon. Supply I

4Uace: when needed Lee burlC on business. ,


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--Order-In -next -four weekly l I."u.. .s.Wltnenii ceinber, 1141 I :VOTICK Of INTENTION: : : TO It\ Twp. B S. R. 22 B. containing' a week "Z

i OCT( 2 4 1941ho Bradford my'" hand and: o; :'Iclal oral I Hated tins. SOth day of October I I RF.( I"TKH KICTITIOt'S !NAIIIIII ft acres. more or less I". ..mbraced"nda" : In Bradford Cop four ton...
County Telegraph at 8fark.,.Florlda. thlHOct. 15. 1'41. 1941. I Notice Is hereby given that the certificate No. 11*; I Cuun ...un.w"papOr ..
(OFFICIAL SKAIA! J. Thona., FFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas I undersigned/ under the proVI.fon.1 I Lots 1, 6. 7, Sand N% of Lot K I ford cou ,pUbll.h.l: ,it1I 'tlI
_I Kutabllsbed 1877SUBSCRIPTION As Clerk of nlJ Court. 10-14 4t 11.14 Clerk of Circuit Court of nradr..rdI of Chapter 209S3. Lawn I and All Lot 49 In Woodlawn Sea. I ( ..

i., o. A. Nt->>.*n.., Jacksonville, Fla. I County, Florida., 10-24 ft 11-14 Acts of 11I41. will register with theClerk nil Twp. S 5. R. 22 K.. containing I OFFICIA1 SCA?.)
----- ----- -- :... of the Circuit Court In arid a.
I lens la
55 acres mar or embraced. I.
$ k4 wI KATE Atty. for PJf. for Bradford. County Florida the under l-3rd of Certificate No. I fit ark.. Clerk CI"'lt"
11'1 (IRCtIT COt'RT. BHAI FORn I I 149. 1941. orid,. .".
Yearly, $1.75, Six Month: .t.0Published IVIHCI.IT rotHT. Ifl"OFORI) ('OI'T'LORII! ) IV: CMAVCKRYMerwyn fictitious Starke name Bowling of Alley I I' The assessment of the said. property I .pt...",
I under the said certificate 110iHMued U'lt
Plaintiff 4 4I
A. Wargent vs. _
01' KI.OMIU I4HcEHVPatricia engaged and
%TV, under which we are
In the NOTI'F
-- ---- was mama of Mrs. .
i Weekly; on Friday Mid Entered as See- WI. V>..eth. Plaintiff vs.Kliruril Christine) Barge: lit. Defendant. Case i doing business. at Laura A. Blssss; and the assessment I itEflis'rER .'tPtB0
T*""!*. Vexeth, Defendant. "ORDER" I Temple Avenue, I II of the said under I Notice '
iri Mid CUM Matter atthe Poet Office at Stalk. Fla. COJDBK lfio .VL'nMfATION ., PL-BLICATION APPEAR ANp :I I Starke. Bradford County. Fla. I 1-Srd of said certificate property No. 149 I Und"r""l'n..r I ii.. ,hereby 11-' I I
44: AND to: Christine I That the said business Is owned i Issued. was In the name of Beatrice I of Chapter und'r t
NOTICE' !: TO APPEAR residence. Is and operated by the following In- W. Ullbert. I Acts of 20.63. La \ Dr.

f p1t ,. Because lack STATE OF FLORIDA to: SigurdVeueth. '' Pargeant.' C.whose mall carrier No. I t.roted parties: I Unless. paid. certificate shall b* Clerk, of 1B41.I tb.. will r.ClotOf
p of of space, our usual editorial features xfctm*.* whone residence Is nlumbla. B.. 8. A. Weldon 421 Walnut Street for: Eradfod Clrtult C
Unknown. 39. I Bradford County-Flor- redeemed according to law" the Count .ul'1.
t' are omitted this week.Florida You are required to appear on I 1 At Mtarke, 1941. property described therein wit! !b* I fictitious name y, Poi! ,
1st.. of October
'Vtrtr'' _ _ _ _ _ _ You are required to appear onDecember December ist.. 1941 In the above Ida this day sold: to the highest bidder at the Magnoi Hot.l or
In the abovennmod 10-3 4t 10-24 under
1st.. 1941 wher.lnplalntltt nimed Court and cause. wherein :I' I court house door on the first Monday WhIch ,. '
Court .and cause, seeks divorce, Bradford -- 't dOlnll' busi0515 Ire
plaintiff In the month of December "hr
State Farm News seek* divorce, Bradford thisOrder ".,Ullty Telegraph, shall publish thi.Order I IBf CIRCI'IT COl'RT.' BRADFORD 1941. wbltti Is the 1st. day of Be.eemGer 121 rJ. WalllUI
County T.I..ra.h, .hall publish Starke Slr"'t'
In next four Usues. In next four weekly issues.Witness I cot r svy, F1.ORIUA.--1.V <<;HAN.V' 1941. I Tbat Brad ford Co,01
weekly ;
offl"lal..al the .
and I Dated this Kth day:! of October 'Id
Witness band and] of Mclal' seal Fl'tldla. and boo,114
my : 'L. ,
at this Oot.H. 1941.OPF1CIALSEAL operatci ":
[ : this Ort. 17.141.OFFICIAL Starke. I Smith Plaintiff, vs. William 141. teresteol by In. 10
FlorlHn. ,
at Hrnrhe. A J. Thomas., 1 I I 1011
41 ( ) SEAL) A. J. Partie. .
? J. Thomas,. I H. Smith. Defendant. On Monday OFFICIAL Thomas A. :
41 By E. R. Douiler j MASONIC SUPPER ( Clerk of said 8KI.Court.) A 10-24 4t U-14 As Clerk of"said) Court. 10-24 4t 11-14 the Srd, day ,of November, Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford 8tr t.B. Wiliia0.
As Ur
John 8. Cowles. Jacksonville, Klor- 1941. William H. Florid. 10-17 4111-14 )..
Wednesday: night a special Kidney C fnsti' Jacksonville. P1.. I the defendant. County At Stark..
Ida. Atty,, for Pit. I Bmlth whose residence Is Unknown Bradford
'4 n CLUB LUNCHEON meeting of the members of the Atty. for Plf. bilLfor l this 1st. C.U.I
'( I Is required to appear to the NOTICE' (,p INTENTION! ': TO I 4t 10.24NOTICS day 01 OctObo
15 at '
It On Wednesday October tenth Masonic District was held iv C-IRCVI-P roi-RT. BRAOPOROCOVXT1. Divorce filed against him here. REGISTER FICTITIOI/S NAME I

II the regular semi-weekly meeting: at Raiford. After the business i .VI.OHII>" 1"1 ('H '\RY Giovanni Vigils Plaintiff, This order to be published one undersigned under tile provisionsof '
I'U' of the Community Club a delicious session a delicious supper was James K. Lawrence, Plaintiff vs. VM. Maria Antonla. (Maraflotl) a week for four consecutive weeksIn Chapter 20953 Laws of Florida, RErll5rinI or ". ."'r.. .,,, '

lii luncheon was" served to the served at the State Farm Community Alta Louis Lawrence, Defendant. Vlgna Defendant. Case No. 1495. Bradford County Telegraph a Acts of 1941 will register with the I Notice I. heFpby. :
II ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND I newspaper published In said Bradford Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and I undersigned
_ vit members by the out-going; officers. Club. It was preparedby (:>{""DEW' J'S8: PUBUCATION AND NOTICE TO APPEAR County. for Bradford County Florida. the of Chapter ,3151 under the' ,

III The club room was decorated J. H. Moncrief. who deserves NOTICE TO APPEAR STATE OF FLORIDA to: MariaAntonis OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas fictitious name of Acts of I9U. will. La.. Of

I with yellow daisies marigolds much credit for his efforts, and Louise STAT Lawrence 0) FLORIDA whoa residence to:' Alta In the. Tow(Maraftotl* of San Vlgna Procoplo.residing In I Stark. Florida.Clerk October Circuit 1st.Court., 1941. City Drug! Co. (Not Tno.) Clerk for Bradford of th. CrCllit, r'Clllt.C.ul'1.

t r. and the long table of Calabria u-3 4t 1024. under which we are' enraged. and fiOtitious County
and zinnias was served by ladles of the club. Is Unknown. the providence Regglo doing business at name of' P1,I

A In the dining: room was beautiful You are required to appear on taly.Yon E. Call Street., Paramount Grill.
"RIDGE CLUB December 1st., 11141 In the above are required to appear on IN CIRCflT COVHT. BRADFORD under
d with pink vine, fern and red dah. named Court and cause wherein December 1st., 1941 In the above I COl-VTY. FLORIDA.! CHAN- Stark. Bradford County. Fla. doing; which ,. Ire
Mrs. H. M. Richard the husine,5 .n'&I
was wherein That the said business Is owned
1 I lias. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford named Court and cause I CERY.E. i 115 W.
charming hostess of the weekly (otinty Telegraph", shall publish this plaintiff' seeks. divorce. Bradford I U. Beasley, Plaintiff, vs. Ruth and operated by the following Interested Starke. Call Street.
The new officers were Installed four Issues. (bounty Telegraph, shall publish parties: Bradford Counl
Order In next weekly Carolyn Beasley Defendant. On ,
i .
'.: II and chairmen of committees appointed bridge club Thursday. October 15. Witness mr hnnd and official seal Order In next four weekly .." I Monday the Srd.. day of November. J. J. Canova Gainesville, Fla That the ...Id bU.lnt..
'a. Purple and yellow flower were at !Htarke! Florida, this Oct. 14, 1941. 'S Witness my'hand and off Iclal thl.1 1941. the- defendant Ruth Carolyn At Starke Bradford County Florida L operated by the 10
t4 V. aJ follows: < $Social Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas.. at Htarke, Florida this Oct., 18. I Beasley. whose residence la Un. this Int.. day of October 1941. t.r..t..d parties: full.

I''. J. O. Godwin; Serving:, Mrs. J. M. tastefully arranged In the living As Clerk of said Court. 10-24 4t 1114Maurice ,OFFICIAL, SEAL) A .8. Th wna .. known. Is required to appear to 10-2 4t 10-24 BlandinII' Cent.r. In, 8
'I room and red dahlias and zinnias W. Uoldxteln, Jacksonville, As, Clerk of sal Flower Mrs..J. 4' Bradley; Fla. Atty.for Pit. -- I her herein. I
lathe dining room, Mwl I I IN CIRCI'IT COt'RT, BRADFORD- Josepl
4 4 I ; House Mr.. J. B. Conner; ---r I tIRCVIT: COfHT.'HRADrORn,'1' This order to be published one COI-VTY. FLORIDA.. -IM ('UACCEllS' FI H. Arnold Ire...
? )$ J. H. Rltch holding high and 'a <
_i i II Civics 'Mrs. Gerald Cox; Program BRADFORD rorvTY. F.AN"O. iv CHAV: week for four consecutive weeks, At Stark..
Mrs. Oscar Partney. winner In CIRCTIT COl-RT, .. i In Bradford County Telegraph, a K. L. Murphy Plaintiff vs. Nancy ida, this Bradford C.un,
CKRYFederal / I
:Mrs. L. A. Shepherd; ,Finance ('OI.'%'I'\". FLORIDA 1* ('H '!jC'KHY Corporation -I I newspaper published In said Brad Murphy Defendant. On Monday 10.3 4t 1.0 day of OctOb
_ Farm Mortgage
ti Thrift 1014NOTIeB
each received
Mrs. Robt. Kite Welfare. bingo William J. Qulnan. Jr., Plaintiff vs. ford County.OFFICIAL the 3rd., day of November. 1941. the
;; stamps as prizes. Mrs. Richards l"K.. Uulnun, Defendant. Case No. > ''plaintiffvs ( SEAL) A. J. Tnoma. defendant Nancy Murphy. of Pink -
h'' Mr. H. D. Holmes: Membership 1483. Clerk Circuit Court. Hill. N. c.. la required to appear to

,, Mrs. R. H. Cox; Library. Mrs. served cookies sandwiches and coffee., gingerchocolate odER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR AND J. B.- Harrison et. *1.. mi.Starke, Florida B1I -3mtbterlO.'l4 the herein.bill for Divorce filed againsther R..n:1\:: OP"U'TITIOII I'Tt'TlfII

f 44P '. Mrs. San. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ina R.Qulnan Defendants. Notioe Ie
Music. hereby
Paul :McLendon; NOTICE OF MASTER'S BALETake '- This order to b* published one CIYo,
: rq MI'II.Oaear Mr. and &:,.,. Ralph Cox anddaughter. whose. address Is co| "11'.. undersignedSpecial a week for tour''' conee'utlv. weeksIn Undersigned under tue
41 ford hUtch; Parliamentarian C. L. Mow.rd 1802 High $t.. Columbia notice that the WOTICM OF IWTKVriOM: TO of Chapter 20951. La,,
_ n Master, .In accordance with RKUISTKB FICTITIOUS NAME County Telegraph a ACts of Of
arrived last Carolina. .
Sylvia. South 1941. ".111
Ii Partney. newspaper' published In said Bradford r..tr
the final decree In above entitled Notice I. hereby given that the Clerk of
You to on
I, The out-going and In-coming night from Camp Livingston La., December are ht.required, 1941 In appear the abovenamed cause will sell the following described undersigned under the provisions County.OFFICIAL fur Bradford Circuit Cotr.

_ ldents. Mr. L. T. Chapman for a brief Vii It with their par Court and cause wherein property; to.wlt: of Chapter 20963. Laws of Florida. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas fictitious name. Count1 of FI
V pre Clerk Circuit
% Bradford 8B)>4 of 8EV and the KV4 of SWH Acts of 1941 wiLl register with the I Patio Juice
seeks divorce.
I and Mrs. J., C. Wallace'were presented ents. Mr. 'and Mr. R. H. Cox. L'ounty plaintiff Telegraph shall publish this of 8E%. Sec. 1 Twp 4 S., R. 21 Clerk of the Circuit Court In and I Starke, Florida. September 29th.10-24 under whirl "a Stsn4.
______ 'I K. Also NK% of NEW of Sec. for Bradford 1941. .10-3 4t doing art .
beautiful roee corsages. Six I young British aviation Order In next> four weekly Issues. County Florida the I busineis at
'' 4? Witness my hand and official,' seal 12. Twp. S .8.. R. 21 E., together fictitious names of I I 124 W. Call. Stret
cadets from the Jacksonville
_ I at Htarke, Florida l this Oct. 20.. 1841. with the tenements. heredita Park Photo Shop. I IV! CIRCI'IT COURT. BRADFORD Stark.. Bradford
Mr and Mrs. Ik E. Drlggers are training .school greatly enjoyedthe (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas.. ments and appurtenances thereto Park Theatre, I COI'WTY. FMMUDA. CHAN That the said Cot' P

rejoicing over the arrival of a hospitality of Mr. and Mr. As Clerk of said Court. 10-24 4t 11-14 belon.ln. I under which we are engaged and I CERY. and-operate* by'.thTJJn.i 10,.
.. at public outcry to the highest bidder doing business at I terested
p Jus. M. P eler, Jaux"onvlie. Fla.Atty. il Samuel K. Phelan. Plaintiff vs. parties:
daughter on Friday. October 19. L. F. Chapman Saturday and for Pit for ,cash at the South front Walnut Street. I Mary F. Phelan. Defendant. On ?UKnVDCon".ll. t ,

I The little lady will be named Sunday. There Is m u chin door of the County Courthouse In I Starke.! Bradford! County Florida. I Monday, the 3rd., day of November, MAt ? ?. BraUforicwi
Starke, Florida during the legal That the said business Is owned I 1941, the defendant, Mary F. Phelan, this 101.. day
_ ; I Gwendolyn Jeanne. Mrs. Drlgr- America that Is new to them. .1'1 CIRCl'IT COl-RT. BRADFORD tours of sale jon.)November. S. 1941.>> and operated by the following", In of 00 West 20th St., New York, ,,10.3 4t 10.24NOTICE <" Oct
was Miss Cora. Rye of Mac- corry. FLORIDA IV CIIANCKHTMildred E. K. Perrvman, terested parties. : I N. Y.. Is required to appear to the
I gers Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kite have K. Parsonage, Plaintiff, vs. 10.11 St 10-S1 Special. Master W. N. Carnaslon Corner Jefferson bill fur Divorce filed against her -

_ ., clenny before her marriage. returned from a delightful two- David Parsonage, Defendant. Cas* -- and Temple Streets, fltarke. Fla. I herein. Oil'REGISTER Ino,
% and Mrs. P. D. Fancher No. 4484.ORDER. Sam' K. Htraton. 3IS North Church This order to be
up Mr. weeks' visit with relative In OF PUBLICATION ANDNOTICE NOTICR! OP IVTRVTIOV: TO 1t'ia. published one Notice FICTITIOU
Street Starke In .
'41 RHniSTIOH! FICTITIOUS!! NAME a week for four consecutive weeks hereby rlYt'|
_ entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred TO APPEAR I
Tennessee.Mr. At Htarke, Bradford undersigned
5 41 Notice Is hereby: given that the County, Flor In Bradford County Telegraph a I Under (
: Miller and daughters, Betty and and Mrs. F. Wayne Cog- .Parsonage STATE! ,OF residence FLORIDA Unknown.You to: David. undersigned, ,under the provisionsof Ida.-iot 4t. 12JIa'\. day of Sept. 1941. newspaper published In said Bradford Act.of Chapter of 1941 20953 will, Ih'J i f

Chapter z:09U.Law.. of Florida.Acts County.OFFICIAL rodeo,
41 Patty over the week-end. dill of Gainesville are required to appear on : Clerk of
vlilted Mr. and the
of 1941 will, register. with the ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas circuit Court
above '
December 1st, 1941 In the for
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Mrs. Paul McLendon Wednesdayand named Court and cause, wherein Clerk of the Circuit Court tn and Novice OP APPLICATION Clerk Circuit Court. fictitious Bradford County. Pta

and daughter were guests of Mr. plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford for Bradford County Florida. the FOR TAX DEED Stark., Florida September J9th. Ann name of
t were guests at the Masonic 1941. I02iIV and Harry,
Fictitious name of ("' e>ate> Bill No. IU3> y>-, 4t
Telegraph shall publish this
County under
b. which"
and Mrs. J. B. Caldwell at Okla- we art
supper. Order In next four weekly Issues. Economy Service Co. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN doing business ma
0r waha Saturday and Sunday. MA and Mrs. Gerald Cox have Witness my hand and offlrlal..1 under which we! are engaged and That J. M. Norman holder of Tax CIRCflT COt'RT. BRADFORD 801 We.t Call at St..
: to Mason of at Htarke, Florida" this Oct. 20, 1941.OFFICIAL doing business at Certificate No. 110. Issued the 6th., COI TY. FLORIDA.- (;H\,1\- Starke. Bradford
: Pvt. LeBourgeols returned from a pleasant trip to ( ; SEAL A J. Thomas,, Temple Avenue. day of August 1941 and 1-Jrd of CKRY.Maurice. That the Counlr,I p
: the week-end As Bald. 10-24 Starke, Bradford County, Fla. Certificate. No. 149 Issued the, dth. builnm) I b
Camp Blanding was Nashville. Tenn., Shreveport and Clerk of Court. 4t 11.14 Lowln. Plaintiff, vs. and operated
That the said business Is owned day of the olio
August A. D. 1928
Maurice W. Uutdsteln. Jacksonville has filed Dorothy
Lowln Defendant. 0 partle/
rI guest of his uncle and aunt. Mr. New Orleans. La., Hot Springs Florida Atty. for Pit. and operated by. the following In.t.r..ed I same. In my fflce and has mad Monday the 3rd., day of November n lere.t.d Harry I :
Kaufmann in
and Mr8 J- A. Bouvler, who also and Arktdelphla Ark. pa.tI..ar'St. I application for a tax deed to be 1941 the defendant Dorothy Starke Fla. W
,<*! .,"ass,TBBBBJ*! L. Barton P. O. Box: 211. Issued thereon. Said certificatesembrace of 115-19 ;
have as their guest their granddaughter Shoppers In Jacksonville this IV CIRCI'IT COl'RT.: BRADFORDCOltVrV. k..MFI*. the following describedproperty Orosvenor Place Anna C. Kaufmann, HI
__ Gardens Long Island N. Y., LOWln'l St. Stark.,
little Miss Patricia Mc- week : Mr. and FLORID IV CHAIMCKHVMarl > At Htarke Bradford County Flor In the County of Bradford, quired to to the At Fla.
were Mrs. J. appear
C. Starke. Bradford
I Peacock Usry. Plaintiff, vs ida, this 1st..* day of October. 1941. State of Florida. to-wlt: Divorce Coat!
.", Rae of McIntosh. Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Randall Eddie U.ry, Defendant Case No. 10-1 4t 10-84 __SUj!_ oCeLot 511 In Woortlnwn' P..i. "41K4.. ......,. against Oft ... ...her..."....... no-e Ida 10-10 this 4t 10-11 Ith day of Ocul
_ i I Mr.. and Mrs. S. V. P. 1303. _
Mr. and Mrs. J.. A. Bouvier I I ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND

I of Melrose. were dinner' guests and Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Mrs. P.I NOTICK TO APPEAR

of Mr.' and Mrs. M. E. Grlner D. Foncher Mrs. H. D. Holmes Uarv STATE whose OF residence FLORIDA im Unknown.to: Eddie ,

Saturday. and Mrs. M. E. Grlner You are required to appear on ,
____ ________ ____ ____ December! I"t. 1941 In the above
named Court and cause, wherein
"J' : plaintiff seeks divorce and custody '

ii{ : : AROUND LAWTEYday of ,oltlld. Bradford/ 'County..... 0 ( -
graph shall publish this Order In ,
/; next four weekly .Issues..
: Witness. my hand and offt..lal..1
at Starke.. Florida this Oct., 21. 1941 "s

The Sunshine Mission Club met of last week.M. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A J. Thomas,.
As Clerk of said Court. 10-24 4t 11-14
_' with Mrs. A. A. Annis Thursday .\; and Mrs. Bill Powell of LonnleVurni,, Jacksonville Florida.

4 ____________' and spent the day Hewing for Starke were dinner guests of Mr. Atty. for Plf. "sUotnan

eedy children. A delicious covered and Mrs. Bill Plummer Thursday IV H \
.' _________ dish lunch was served at of last week. ('OI'' T\. t'I.ORII1If! Cll.tftCKHYOlacomo

noon' by the hostess' !'Those present Mrs Frank Wells wan visiting Colantonlo, Plaintiff vsUlanca ..
Sullghnno' Colantonlo, Defendant.
were: Miss E. Massey Mrs. relatives at Jacksonville Beach Cane No. 1493. <

Bill Plummer. Mrs. M. B. Plum. this week.C. ORDER OF PUBLICATION ANDNOTICE

mer, Mrs. O. J. Phillips. Mrs. Vol. TO APPEAR
R. Crews was a business STATE OF. FLORIDA to: Blanca
lie Reddish. Mrs. Fate Redd. visitor in1 Sullgnano' (. .Colantonlo whose residence
Tuesday In Unknown.You .
Mrs. Johnnie
Redgrave Mrs. O.
afternoon. are required to appear on
L. Jordan Mrs. Llllle Harrell. December. 1st.. 1941 rn the above

4 Mrs. Marion Reddish Mrs. L. C. named Court and cause, wherein :
HIGHLAND plaintiff necks divorce, Bradford
Smith, Mrs. Joe Harrell Sr., Mrs. County Telegraph shall. publish this
O. J. Anders. By Miss Beth WtraberlyJ. ; Order In next four Meekly Issue
Witness. my hand and of{Iclal. sealat .
The mission study was about F. Grlffla and C. M. Grlf- Htarke. Florida, this Oct., 18. 1941. \ .
the Migrant. OFFICIAL SEAL) A.s. Thomas,, '.
fls were In Jacksonville Wednes As Clerk of aid Court 10-24 4t 11-14 % '

_ The Councllmen of the city of :

Lawtey turned the Woman's Club day.Mrs. IV TIlE CIRCI'IT COVRT. KK1HTIIJllllCltl. .

Houue over to the Sunshine Mission \ Hugh Brownlee of Starke t'IitCII'F () F FLORID A
was here Fl'lday.MI' *. IV AVII FOR RRAIIFORD .o/
_ Club for their, future use. "'01 *'..\'. IV ClllftlRRV. !*... iSiS: Under our democracy woman first fon"
L. J. Norman and Miss\. H'roldV.. $ciiith., v... In. Edwards ; & .
Mrs. A. A. '
I Annla Mrs 0. J. Cleo Norman spent Saturday in Smith. 'S :< > : ': an active partnership with man in their p''
Anders :
I Mrs. Johnnie

and daughter. Sherry Mrs. O. L. Jacksonville. NOTICE TO APPEAR ,. ,, .'- task of improving the lot of humanity.
Wimberly and C. M. >
Jordan and Mrs. I* C. Smith were Edwards. Smith residence unknown. ', ,1' j jSK singu:
Griff woman's
were business visitors to And In the American
It Is ordered
In Gainesville shopping last Tues hereby that you are 4 Q .
Green Cove Springs Friday.Mr. required to appear on December 1st 4. played
1911, before the above entitled triumph labor-saving conveniences
day.Mr. ,. ,
and Mrs. O. Wilfred Dlnklna <.Court to the 11111 of Complaint filed '. reeos'
J. -: ,
Phillips left S "
, part. Household electric appliances
I baby visited relatives here against you In the above entitled \-
Saturday for Miami to upend a cause! and Bradford County T ,(- ''O ;\ that f
_- few days with Mrs. Saturday.Mrs. Telegraph Is hereby designated as her from many washtub drudgeries,

Phillips'mother. N. T. Green and Mrs the newspaper In which this order. 0 be directed to
Mrs. Hightower will return Robt. of shall. be published once a week for "' ---.5' energy and talent might
home with I her Campbell Lawtey were four consecutive weeks. ;r r :
daughter here Thursday of last. week. Witness .my hand and the seal S. building of a better citizenship.
Tuesday! to spend awhile In Law. of this Court % :
J. R. Smith and at Starke, Floridathis 4. I Ii
Roy Smith of ITth., day of A. I). of
tey. October, democratic way
Surely whether
_ our
Baldwin we revisiting friends ,
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and hero Monday.Mr. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A J. Thomas, : ( Ing is preserved for our children? depends
daughter Virginia In Jacksonville An Clerk of said Court. 10-14 4t 11-1 :
: '_ were and Mrs. Qscar Vinzant Hubert C. Lester Plaintiffs' Attor S 4; much upon woman's active patriotism as

__ Saturday shopping. and little 'daughter of Callahan n.y. ... .
__ 1p defense.Woman's.
Mrs. Ethel Biggs and daughter on any other arm of our national
spent several
here the
Dottle Sue were visiting Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee guestsof IV CIRCVIT-. "KI.OIIIIIV(''OI'R'S' RR4DFORDCOOT1. CIIAMCKHV \I it I ,, ., ,. : and spiri
\ -
H. Biggs Sunday afternoon. last week.M. Cecil Francis. LlKhtbourne. Plaintiff. t, W4I\ ,ii'd"\ ) superior moral

._ Charles Din kins of the U. S. r.r .C" Sylvia Llghtbourne, De )4\ ,, More than ever be
T. Knight: of Maxville wasa ; int. Case No 1607. strength can save us.

S Naval Reserve was visiting his:!! visitor here Sunday. i I ORDER OF PUBLICATION ANDNOTICE ( uC : she gives serious thought to our eco'

: parent*, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dlnk- TO APPEAR ,,,. -
Miss: Louise Marr and Miss STATE OF FLORIDA toi GraceSylvia Through ''
It ins, and his wife. Mrs. Charles Kathleen Marr attended Homecoming Llurhthourne, whose resi >. .., .5 N social and political problems. (

b Dlnklns thla week. dence Is Unknown.You circles business and pro
I at Long Branch Church are required to appear on I garden groups,
Mrs. I... H. Hill had open house last Sunday. December ...t.. 1911 In the above sional clubs church societies and P

I .Sunday. She entertained twenty. I named Court and cause, wherein \. ch

a five soldiers from Camp Standing iv' CIHCIIT voi "T. "R\tJFORD plaintiff child.seeks Bradford divorce County and custodyof Telegraph \ -. IS,, S I teacher associations, she already

and ( 01"1''I.OIUIJ' \. It ttllMK.HV: shall publish this order In '
_ : twenty-five R. A. F. boys. IMuthla Iloyd. Plaintiff vu. Troy next four weekly Issues. \ 5' the complexion of communities.

10 The hostess served a delightful 8. Hoyil. Defendant. Case No. 1532. Witness my hand and official. seal know *

buffet supper. ORDKIl NOTICE OP I'UHLICATION TO Al>f'loAH AND at(OFFICIAL"tarke. Florida SEAL) this A.I.0"t:1.14.1841.Thomas., .' :The employees of this company

W. J. Narrell, who has been STATK OK FLORIDA tot Trny S. As Clerk of said Court 10.144t 11.14 electricity steadily advances the *""

stationed aa mechanical trades noyd of 3217 Uosewood Drive. John N. Cowles Jacksonville }'lor.Id. */' .
Klchland. South Carolina. ... Atty. for Pit. S way of life-that it is a good influence
It :school In South Carolina spent a You are required to appear on "ree,
_K : here December ht.. IHL! In the above sphere of woman s 1//
lxJay furlough with his named Court and cause, vih.r.ln FOR TAT DKKDNOTICW ever-expanding

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Har plaintiff H,.k. divorce. Brail tord OF APPLICATION 'I usefulness.
1It..t.. Rill Vf..
I 'ounty Ttleirraph hall publlih this lfE r"o
rell. He will return to his
original Order In "t four NOTICE IH IIERKBY OIVEN \ .i1"e
&s "* weekly IBHIICH. a ,. time
outfit at Camp Blanding. Wltn.. my hand and official ...al That Verna. J. Demorest holder oi; baletu \be co'" Modern electric( services give yOU t h
at Tax Certificate No. 188. Issued the \ C
Htarke. Florida thl Oct. :21. 1941. .
A. J. Redding. J. C. Prevatt. OFFlCIAfj. 8BAI) A J. Thoma., 6th day of August A. D. 1.!9. has "a\\" bosssuttn t a liSehat. "an. Dfl515s7 I IMI democracy at w 5flte .
p E. E. Davis and Bill Plummer attended A. Clork of said. Court. 10-J4 4t tl-M filed same. In my office and has : \beloot help keep

the football In Ala. !Marlon B. J"nntng., Jacksonville. I made .prll..tlon: for a tax: deed to .04 \ u bo\l,4e4 1 ". ,.,,-"
game Fla. Atty. for Pit.I be .. Said certificate ,0\ ...
chua last Friday night. embrace the following. described" % ot bO. \hel\1\ure
i ta
au -- property 'In'' the of 1\8 \i"
County Bradford
41 Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Davis were : CIRCt'lT' rOlIMT.: RRAI>PORn: State of Florida to.wit: .1 t"e\t weaUseba ..clse"ake .
r rOl-NTY. KI.OKIIfA IX ('INCKHY WY \h.'" .. \"" t&1
visiting relatives In Alachua Julia Alta of BWV:! of SEV: A of lbeJ"r\ \ele.be' .
Whynott Plaintiff. v.. 8WVI See. 30 Twp. 7 8. R. It F.Iast -\'" aUhet .
Tuesday. Wallace Everett Whynott. "
: Defen
containing 80
Acre, more or less. \ "\
_p Capt. J. T. Holmes of the Camp dant. Ca.. No. 1515. The. essmnt of the said prop. "or\l1 FLORIDA coU.t%

w Blandlng fire department was OKPKK::NOTICK OP PUBLICATION TO APPEAR AND erty under was In the the said, name certificate of C. Issued L.. o: er..VO\\\\\ :;e..t\ S.1311tL PO GHTt

: visiting friends. in Lawtey Mon. Everett STATE OF FLORIDA toi Wallace% Peek. S .- -
Whynott whose reeldenoe
Unless said
certificate shall b* ..
p .
day. I. Unknown
: redeemed according to law. the
Mrs. John Cone and Mrs. M. O. Tau are required to appear on property: described therein will b*
December 1st.. 1(41 In the above sold to the highest bidder at the .
Harrell of Brooker were visiting named Court and cause, wherein courthouse door on the first ifon-

4 : friends and relatives here Than- plaintiff seeks ,divorce* Bradford i day In the month of December.

I; County Tele.rapa shall publish this U4I, which .t t. the let day of D.-


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OCT 2 41941





.]n..Chief STtFFShctor Bradford Bows Girls Find Home Economics Worthwhile And FUN Senior Biographies !I Campus ChatterThose

To AlachuaLast
rJorle Thompson .Ol>ELJ, JONES I seen at the game Friday
Dust I'1 ? I ,
oriel Reporters Mathews, Friday night we were OJoll Jones "Mutt' to us, one night In Aluchua were Jacq Andrews -

SUcox, oargle beaten by Alachua 12 to 0. There of our star football players of the Buddy Bobby, Patsy,

Dorothy Green was no doubt about that. Brad- year, Is completing his high ) Freeman Grace, Ellse Enos,

pedal Features Futch' Joe ford was taken by storm. The school education and Retting: )! Frank' :Margie, Opal, and Ireta.
ayel Ovid spirit necessary for a winning ready to say good-bye to old H. They all 1 having a bung up time

under team was not there. I believenow H,; but before he goes he wishes! watching Alachua defeat Starke.

alilor Reporter Edna that we will win, for Brad- to leave, In remembrance of him, Those seen In Gainesville Thursday -
vii, Nina Biahop", ford bas tasted defeat and It was his biography to be read by the night celebrating because

Edwards Robert bitter. following generation, If so de they didn't have to go to school:
"" Patsy and Joe Allen,
"-- sired. Friday were Jacq.
Parker But the score !Is not the
''e __----- Mae only J. E. and Dot, and Eno and '
In three Mutt will
more ,
Buddy Davis thing In a football game. The years ,
rlI -----Douglas Hazen most important thing Is fair play, be a man but he say until then Grace.

p_1a1---Features and Bradford showed plenty of he will remain the little boy who Wouldn't It be fun If We didn't
K Lander used to we a'r Httta gingham have to come to school on
Haye., Joe that.I'm dresses. He Is not a serious- Thursdays and Friday In order'''
lunlor Rtportel'8Vii not asking for you, the
Shir- minded person, but at twentyonehe to get prepared for the week-end,
Nina Bishop, public to believe me. Despite ,
to change. and then didn't have to to
expects come
L Marjorie GrJder, the fact that practice has been
Odell likes blue-eyed girls with school on Mondays and Tuesdays
Edwards hindered by the weather, Red- 4
Girl's. Sports dick has also been handicapped. jet black hair, soft breezes and a to get over the week-end and
full moon on a starry blue night; then just come half a day on Wed
Opal Peele Thus It is equalized. So come out I
this Friday and see A GAME. See he says tt Is only the scene he I nesdays. That's the kin d of
Bradford regain her DItch in likes. His favorite movie actressIs school I like and I think every.
your one would be In favor of It too.
'a1 Dorothy Lamour. Blue and gold
favor. Don't give up hope, foi
Bradford will win. We want are his favorite colors. He likes Folks have you ever seen so ;
l AND YOU to' see this We football and boxing best of all much red and blue on the campus
game. are revivIng -
to 'on In your' life?' Honestly I'm sick
fun do you go the football and sports. He Is tall-back -the
fence or twice a year at I I hope there will be a victory foi we Bradford Tornado team H I. of seeing so much. Guess it Ingoing
i and Easter or do you B. H. S. favorite football star U John Klm- to be THE colors this win

fast often? Many high I brough; who was All-American ter.
Lents just don't go, us- The boys are handicapped bj full back last year, He advise Gee I can hardly wait till It
lay for something else. the rain, but where there Is twill that all boys and, girls should gets cold and we can don our big

use Is that they'don'te there is a way. We only hop have some kind of sport becauseIt coats when we go out for foot

,, on Sunday because mother nature decides to let thli Is extremely healthy, just as It ball games to root for dear old {
to get their lessons or downpour cease long enough t< Is to drink plenty of milk and I B. H. S. and lee that we cheer 1 '

-t he only time they havet let the field dry off and for UK water. Girls and boys, heed these the old boy to victory,

and enjoy themselves. boys to get a good practice or word for they are word of a'' Well folk next Friday night w*

that they can't get: two.We future All-Amerlcan football star, play Reddick and surely want to i
enough iy to go to church hope to see you at the game Boy, take notice! If you're ''looking for a girl who'll make a good wife, you might get mom so predicted, by the fortune teller, see If we can bring home the

r eleven o'clock. Sunday with all the football spirit you worthwhile tlpn by pepping In at Bradford High' flourishing home) economic class tome morn- He doe not worry because he bacon. Last Friday night we were'

busy day and anyhow can muster. Ing. It a'girl smiles-even' while washing dlhr -you can't no very far wrong. says, "Worry-It's just like lay- good losers and believe me this

Important to go when At upper 'Je t.. Marjorie' Thompson Me Packer! : Cfeo Norman and Dorothy Norman seem to ng; your head on railroad track Friday'' we want to be good winner o'' J

Iny of yout friend. 'go.' Ninth.Grade NewsWe be''enjoying''WliM.away.-, uiievvljMUinJirtrj\ Wiwn n*.t'"Job of"aU. In ,home economics) court! There ain't no future In It." Instead of losers. ,

**! all of them are ex- dishes are washed at the beginning of the clam, 'a.well a* at the end. Odell Is not usually jittery but Look as If Freddie had a hard

t any ordinary boy or have a cripple in our roomIt Upper right The girls crowd around to watch the expert mixing technique of their Instructor, he says just before a kickoff of time g e t tI n g Into Lorraine'.) +

I overcome without .too seems. Robert Barksdale Cqt Miss Marcia Sparkman. From left to right Josephine McNeal, Jtuanlta Kaleh, Dorothy Griff! every game, h I s heart beats clothes I really.don't see how she

We his leg on bottle and Is havingto Kiln SpMrkman, Bertha Loper OeraIdi_' SUcox, slightly faster, but never In MsIf does U.Thos.

Ho ycu think about'when use crutches Lower left There's no danger of too masy'egokuspoiling'; the broth when each! girl has -a ii was he so jittery a* when he bow Jacq wear surely

mentions church or Sun- 9-D la very proud to have Marv saucepan of her own. Margie Mathews and Darrah Johns tttlr, while Ireta Bremen ready directions received his first hair cut In a are the stuff. Every time I see

I or league T Doe there Ellen Wasdln, who was voted th* from a cook book, and Opal Ferle does theofflclaJ, t An ting. barber chair. Ills most exciting her she has a cute little bow g

(your mind a hazy picture best all-around, girl In the eighth Lower right Yea, tbe girl. really eat what they? cook! (Left to right) Ireta Rrannen, Claudia moment was of when he wore He his- perched on her head. jl
first long recalls
ry loud-voiced preacher, grade last year. Brown Grace McDonald and Geraldine Slleox: enjoy a lunch of baked potato, English peas, health pair the day clearly pants. That Dot Green surely d o shave
U hymnal T That Isn'tThere School Days a variety of shoes. Every-
Mnltai her approval of their culinary art
salad and iced tea, while Miss Sparkman '
I are so many in- New teachers In the schoolrooms Although Odell will never be a time I see her she has on a dif k

I people who go to church.e crooner he likes to sing_ and ferent pair.

to meet people, to New pupils in the hall. swing with the crowd. HI. Elise Green has the most

I food time. In every "Its a sign that school has Water And Study Don't Mix; te cons t II "WQien You favor-I charming personality of any one '

|here is at least one or- started; Were Young' Maggie" This I know and a m o s t striking

for young people a So study hard, don't fall. Prove Need For New School Building was sung to him a. a lullaby during laugh.
hoof or a league. They Rains his cradle days and baa remained Have you noticed Bobby Cam-

ave some kind of social Be sure to mind your teacher, I, with him all hi* life asa e.'tIn> and her laugh? Honestly I :
periodically-maybe It's a Don't talk or shout in school.: Jf you happened to see a stream | raincoat or a new school build-' Is still some dispute about this, very beautiful song. sometimes'. think she hat passed

| tea party, a picnic, or Else don't get mad when they >f water gushing forth from the Ing? Goodness knows, we surely and also who will teach the subject He wishes to become a sport out and ai'| At a sudden its like

1 party where everyone punish you "' loom of a few upstairs rooms, deserve one." I guess the old say- At any rate, we are convinced editor for a large newspaper, Boom Town, She Just roar forth.

frfectly grand time. Such For breaking some slmpl \ule.'So >Monday morning, it was not a ing that, "It rains the hardest ,' that this Is an excellent either In New York, Chicago, or I That Arlene Dew surely I.I a

I aren't "sissy stuff," Did 'eak ''In the water pipe or ajucket just before the sun shines," ap- opportunity for swimming and Btarke. cute girl. Seems u If she just

that some of our lead- 'use 'your, books C and study 'of' water' overturned, but, plleto .us'perfeetry., even lifesaving.If From the entire\ :: Senior Class grew up over night. .

Iwters In history were hard, seemingly water fountains turned We are thinking about conductIng you do come to see us, we goes our best wishes for a very Look like a whole lot of these
ut And make the best of grades causing a natural a class in swimming becauseof hope you will excuse the appearance and successful future
church-goers?.Get up upside down, hap p y Juniors are really working to
And then when you have finished who wished the great amount 0 f freshwater for It.. the best we can do, r
and for Mutt.
day morning go to I mower anyone tr j, give the seniors a good banquet.
school 1 for school.You'll bath but quite' flowing all the time. There until the sun shines again and the
and stay oe refreshed by a Selling candy, drinks and what
i Co to league or some I be proud of tbe mark.you've nconvenlent for those who wish-I' will be no danger of not having water runs off. The stains will Attention JuniorsThis have you, at the games and also

hning meeting. Then made. id. to have a class. The pupils i enough water for this class, be there, though, to remind us of In the halls. at rec....- You'd be r
Merle Grider, reporter to raincoats' therefore we think it will be a the past and make us hope for a ,
r your experience. You'llyou'll vere requested wear Is a new article which t Ia surprised to. see them sucrrylng ,
If bring back fav- and rubber shoes, or t 0 bring!. most successful undertaking. If happier future with a new school being published each week primarily around offering their ware for ', j''I

ports, It won't be longr Fourth Grade NewsJo ,umbrellas to class In order that you wish to see how this class Is building. Why not give I this for and about the dear sale ,4TaJ.k 4\\\\

< friends will be 'there, the lesson could go on without conducted, just pay us a visit any younger generation a break, and old Juniors. We all hope that about thrills, the third "

one persons In churching Ann Dlnklns brought a pot- anyone being drenched, as there morning after a'rain.. We are I! just show them that you do ap- you like reading It .. much as we period home economic girls were '"I'
for your happiness, ted fern to our class. Mrs. Hart was quite a bit of H2O getting sorry to say we haven't yet erect- preciate their efforts to becomethe enjoy writing It. when Mr. M a tt h ewe snapped j'
camel and a cat with the by of the cell- ed it diving tower, but the reason next leaders of the U. S. A., heir for the '
[enjoyment, and, also, ford. brought a Into room way The B. H. S. cheer leaders t picture paper
It doesn't make so cactus growing in them. Ing. Pupils were heard asking, being w ear e undecided just by giving all you have both physically really go for "Chattanooga Choo. Thursday rl ,

(ftrence what church you We have been modeling clay "Why doesn't the. school furnish where It should be placed. There and mentally? choo" They sang I 11 In homeroom I don't know who chews the ,1 "

Just go! Come on, boys bowls like the natives In Africa period the other day and It most gum Bobble Cameron or ; ",

II, let's see everyone at make. Paul Kirkland made a bow Sixth Grade NewsWe Fifth Grade NewsWe I More Orchids really was swell, though I wonder Richard Jackson. Bobble remind (I.

nday. and arrow like thelr's and Edward '- why Carolyn Is 80, timid? me of the Conga the way she 1\4\ ,

Webb a dugout canoe. have finished our Greek have two new books "Uncle Among us I la a certain junior Sara B. brought a pretty com- snap and pops. tt. .

Class Newsput We are so glad that John Williams Mural for the fair. The class Tom's Cabin" and "The Little about whom we don't hear pact to school the other day, said With that grin he could shoP '

lovable to be back In school. thinks It Is a good picture. Lame Prince." I enough. 'But she I la one of the she had gotten It the night be- be my dream man! 'I

| week we have had Miss Swanbom let us use her Miss Kennedy bought another Mrs. She p p a rda reading cheer i 'ore. Com on, Sara, what's hi. i!I 'II r
most pleasant, cooperative, I
urr Address" on the new records, moat of them were library book for us. The name of "Unsle Tom' Cabin" to the class. name? He doesn't happen to live morning It Is for a trip to the I \
I wag one of those things bearing Garden." much. ful, and all-round good sports of at Camp Blandlng. does he?
and enjoyed Sunken It
lullabies, we It Is "The We are enjoying very town library. Just to select a
laid to memorize for Eng- them very much. We have started making thingsfor We are glad that Van Priest I I. anyone I know. Her came Is Mar- 11-W students have just come real good "book and curl up on a J
but I think that'most of "Miss back In school. jorle Grlder. i to the conclusion that Instead of .
Mrs. Hart Is reading Hallowe'en such as black cats, well and sofa and read to our hearts content .
d through without any Minerva and William Green Hill"to pumpkins and other things.Billy Gilbert Benton Is a new student Marjorie came to our school taking English HI, It Is taking Then we know too, that '

It was fun memorizingery us. Smith, reporter. In our class. about three years ago and has them. We are learning Lincoln'sGettysburg Mrs. Young will be there to do her

time you met some- Mrs. Hart, teacher. Miss Kennedy teacher. We are studying about the Inventions rendered a great service to us. Address now. Welldon.t level best to help u* select the 'I
lie halls you greeted him and discoveries that have She Is one of those people who let It get you down; we'llpull book we would like t o read. ,

OW. score and seven years 8-S NEWS I sits back and never says very through somehow, since we book Is In It's right
Grade NewsThere changed American life. We won- Every place. o
f e really have quite an Tenth i der how; the early people got much, but when,she doe speak have a swell teacher. Don't for- Sometimes, it seem; we are .. '
I class. back from Ken- get book report this month,
Rebecca came be sure that she baa your
excite- you may drawn there not to get a book 4'
hasn't been any along without lights, sewing machines ,
perryman seem to like ment this week In 10-S. The same tucky and had some Interesting steamboats, trains, etc. something to say. She believes children.I especially, but just to talk to
about the mountains don't know what the
lie! football things to tell us that "actions speak louder than pep
yells every are seen such as: teacher. Mrs. Young. She has a special: t',
familiar Mr*. Sheppurd. would do without Lois N.
she Is
F during homeroom period. Mikell eating In class she saw. words, and, believe me, smile for everyone and seem to
P that Harold; four books to active. One nice thing about her She really .U swell. Keep up the
they cheer him up the it seems as though Hugh brought gin u* Inspiration that.can only t
I (by way and girl to Son NEWS + I. the fact that she is ever wil- food work Lots
really do a fine job of had him eat what he school for the boys M drawn through a chat with 11bel'
Ince Sara Barefoot and Mr. Park In front of the class read. Many of us brought picturesabout ling to do her part In any school: The Junior class U very fondof She never complains, but In-
had left
Joe A. He
bop two of the cheer Embarrassing moments Roy and Edwin have drawn and Washington, E>? C.' We activities. You can always dependon Jla vice-president, stead looks for the best In every-
Tuesday) will really I I. a worker and Is friendly,
are for never
in Marjorie,
our of Africa, about this
room. waD
Marvin Rosier flirting a colored a large map have been studying one. w
a well as efficient. We are all
are, Indeed, grateful to certain brunette In the corner. of showing the British possessions. city In our geography. shirk her responsibility. back* of Joe.I Quite a calamity In town Sun

'"wrlght and Miss Spark- study hall, fifth period. We are glad to welcome Roy We hare a new pupil In our Beside her other numerous accomplishments wonder you,why Tuna like Mr*. day morning. Yes the electricity
their fine help and guld- talking Mixon of Live Oak to our school. ) His n a m e Is Jimmie she has excelled in was shut off a while. We think
Barbara Thornton Burnett so much? I guess It's that
know OUr Junior activities. It'* Mildred Barton describing her Barbara Jean Hobbies reporter. Leach. We have missed Annie Lee her studies. She was one of the smile that gets her. It would be a good business for
that your sponsor much. few In Bradford High School to someone to have In reserve a few
nd you 100 new flame McDaniel very receive a report of "all A's" for i We 'are very sorry B. H. S. lost out
percent In all Newt I kerosene stoves ready to pass
meeting Mon- Eighth Grade Edna Earl Noegel brought us a to Alachua Friday night, but you !
undertake. We had a i last month, and we want to congratulate when such a thing happens. W* I'
Idat morning, and voted to have ; book named "Mary Poppln. We like to know we can't win every time!
u : her for It.
Davis, reporter. day visited the Forestry Train ,beard a few people went without ,
flower, We which teacher I la reading to beat Reddlck.
class colors, our Anyway we can
following "stuff" that
the that everyone have the kind of I nourishment because of no mean
Friday. We hope We enjoy It, very much. Avis Until then, so long until next
and school
th Grade News bird will cooperate and help protectour plant for Marjorie represents In our : of cooking.
Colors-blue and gold. forests Sheely brought a, pot Her example just goes to show week. Oh, how we wish w*' had one ti

|first> month of school 1* Flower-yellow roes. to lose two of our our room. you that there are people, and mountain In Florida. We could
eXCIting. There are *o>> Bird-blue bird.Motto"It' We are sorry Monday morning Patsy Dew I'm sure many more like her, who Odds and Ends just climb to the top and look

ways of doing things. the set of the sail pupils. class we are went to the Dedication of the are working to better themselves, out over the world, to see howeverything '
once that determinesthe In our science Catnolle church. and their surroundings It is Monday morning; and how we
the new location of and not the gale the Bradford looks after such a refreshing .
ry iI very to way we go." making exhibits for Patsy Valeaka Dew reporter. people like her who are the back- wish we could swim! The pool on rain.

rraderw. appealing We want to see everyone at County Fair. Fields reporter. Mrs, grown, teacher. bone of any school. Those peopleare the campus remind us of a famous
re We expect a Hazel always welcome anywhere.We Florida lake and the puddles l1 t'rnctIT f'ot'ft'r, Mittnronn
entering scrap books the game tonight. <'nl'TY,", FMtHIIIAl IK CUa-
In the west end of the ball looks
lI1aUc. at the fair. We good game and not so much dust 8-P NEWS; Gossip Up our hat to Marjorie CKHY.Walter .
o like the tributaries of a great W. Touts,
nuking science note- a* at the last one. In science we are making scrapbooks Grlder, a girl who has proved Plaintiff t
!.[rs. Deinorest room. Flahe for the fair; some are very Eloise seems to be making a hit that In order to be popular with river. They say that variety I lethe _.,*- e... No USJ (ft
11UlDute Friday of life and It looks as If Lillian Hod kin TulKa, ,
and spice
yell Seniors-Freeman "
Mabiy with
Leach reporter, October 20 1941. Leonard good. Every morning your schoolmates and do good lI..t.nd..nl.ORItt' .
Ma. Peterson teacher. Monday Peek president of 10-S, sing for our team. Wonder who night and Joe Allen Satur- our school, you don't have to get< we have plenty of It. We are now ftv FURLICATIOVANI ..1.!
kid. thinking about offering swimming NOTIOK: TO APHUAK8t j
long enough to say a few gives Ida Lee so much gum and day night. Good going your name In the paper each time t. of Florida tot Lillian B n4..In .
paused "Today I am' that pen and pencil set T Bobble Cameron make a grand that It Is published. : as a compulsory course In our TulllH, No. ftv N. Robinson a".. VV
words to the press Junior worker at football games. school.: We 'think It would be a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1

I'e .tUdying the world of celebrating my sixteenth occupied birthday.I an- News She seems to have plenty ,of might have known It thou&b.Wonder very successful undertaking anda November You are a.required IV41. In to above appear namett on

once. and we have learn- have been busily fan mall letter First Grade energy. Doesn't she? If Bobble Is still trueto valuable one too.Patsy Court and rau.., wherein plaintiff. ,
Bradford County
air only urrounds thet swering thousands received." Dumont from Maine has Charles Parker and Dolores the "Navy." Watch out boys. Roberts Is back at school Keeks Telegraph divorce.shall publlnh this Order }'
Air goes so miles' *"which I have Allen Creekmor were a cute coupleat Why Is It that all the boys In after doing a bit of paging for In next four weekly leauea.Wllneco .t
many We are
of I
Ce and then gets so thin' Bobby McRae, husky athlete"It entered our .roora. church Sunday night. 5th period Home EC., love to flirt Mrs. L. A. Roberts, president 01: at Htarke.my hand iorlda and, this officialMai September

e COUld not breath. and 10-S. remarked to the prec. have him. books are Lois Newsome's long lost soldier with the teacher. Could It be her the U. D/ C., at the convention at 19 lsej.Iuvvt [. '

l11ffer from nosebleed. I was a tough fight Mom, and we Our new .number to start work- boy friend has come back to look or Ii.it. that twinkle in her Tallahassee this past week. Tell ( IAi.Ae HE Clerk A I.I of A.said J. Thomas Court. 1',, ; t
a Alachua are eager
had to have Jack Dyal" lost, but let us to dam here; we I Stark at last. They were seen eyes? us all about It, Patsy. David J. Lewln

nember of our class I burnt In the dayllpU"DorothY Ing In them.M.. Mlddleton, teacher In church Sunday night also. You 11 reporter. Just thinking what a delightful AU ckgonvllle.,.. for I'il..Ia. 10-J U lt-2i : ,
JOYCe reporter.
Moore, reporter Faxon
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Ft DOT 2 4 1941

11:1 1N.

USO Auxiliary In' the soldiers home At Birthday Party Jacksonville VirginIa
: SOCIETY and CLUBS Organized This Week least, if all the ''boys were as For Junius Smith, Jr. Catherine Brownlee of Canen!

: warmly greeted as her old friendof Catherine E 1 IIz i abet
Junlus M. Smith, Jr. (otherwise Gainesville Den
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock the 156th, they'd really know Glenn Woo?
In Drama Club WSCS Circles known as "Butch") twoyearoldson Bill Wood Jr It
g College Junior Woman's 35 Starke women met in, the that Starke was glad to have Sandra Johns,

r Friends of Miss Katherine Enjoys Steak Supper :Met This Week NCCS building on Temple.Avenue them back of Mr. and Mrs J. M. Smith, and Lou Green Billy Torode,

make In the en- was the center of attraction at a
Wear, daughter of Mr. and Mrs First social function of the fall Monday afternoon the Woman's to plans to help t his

ti R. B. Wear of Starke.owlll be In- season for the Junior Woman's Society of Christian Service met tertainment of the. service. men Bear Ringling Bros. circus is birthday party given by parents VaH'W

terested to learn that she has Club was a steak supper held at at the Methodist church' and held at Camp Blandlnp, J. C. May director dickerln' for a. date In Starke from 3:30 o n to Wednesday 8:00: o'clock.afternoon ,r

been chosen to play the part of Gold Head Branch State Park on the regular business and program of the NCCS; stated Wed- when it returns to Fla., for the Owing to the extreme youthof BUY WITH ('()SFlDtNct

't Elizabeth Queen of England, In Thursday night of last week. meeting for Oc'tober.The'devotlonal nesday. Four' committees were winter .. Imagine that! '. the young host and his guests, YOUR AT
f the play, "Mary'of Scotland," named to help take care of the HOME
earth" playln omitted JEWS
n Members of the club, their husbands was conducted "Greatest show on games and contests were

soon to presented at abe Oberlln and dates, met at the homeof by Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, who talk needs of the' men., Mrs. H. E. the ole home town! We're and the highlights of the occasion -
: College where Is a
Misses Hope and Georgia Tucker was named C chairman of were presenting birthday presents -t--.ii na. ,,
who If it to ?
member of the senior class. Miss ed on the subject "God glv- truly made comes pass m
then left for the to "Butch" and enjoying re-
Haynes 'which
Wear la president of the' Dramatic Park. eth sU things..' Mrs., A. Wood the reception committee, -l. Lucy Kennedy lookln' starry- freshments. The dining room IF YOU LIKE.TO
Association at the collel'e. of Includes other'members as 'follows eyed again 'with Lt. Joe Marra
and chairman .
1 vice with handsome
The menu, planned by the Social president : Mrs. D, A. Monteith, Mrs. back In town .. Nettle Tucker table was covered a EAT IN A NICE
u Committee composed of Mrs. the program committees gave an Mike.Dew Mrs Tom Grady, Mrs. cloth: and centered by the
up'to help
: gettin the ladles lined
c. Be Quick i To TreatBronchitis R. Q. Kldd, .Mrs, Harry Houston Interesting review. Miriam Klckllter, bars; R. S. Fer- the NCCS-USO Looks like birthday cake, which waa deco- ,CLEAN, UPTODATERESTAURANT
Mrs Ed Torode and Miss Francis Mrs. E. K. Ferryman presided nandec. Mrs. V..S.. St..John, Mrs. she did good from rated In white and yellow. Ice
a job, judgln' '
Peek, consisted of steak sandwiches over the business session, and J. M, Darby, Mrs. William Doyle, the crowd down there Tuesday cream and punch were served. WHER J
: i baked beans; chips,' acted as Miss with cup cakes and cookies.
potato Mrs. D. P. Carpenter Miss Marguerite' Deyorlo, night., '; 4 Star.ke: teachers in the ,THE FOOD IS
stuffed celery and Coca-Colas. I secretary pro-tern. The trel Jurer's Frances'. Peek; Mni: Nat Stern- limelight at''the 'District Teachers' Mrs. 'Smith was assisted In JUST

r Chronlo couch bronchitis,)cheat cold may or acute develop bron-If After supper Informal dancingwas report was read by Miss Olive berg Meetiu' In G'vllle las' Friday serving by her aunts, Mrs. J. E. LIKE

nahiW la not treated and you cannot enjoyed.The Ray and it showed that the note Mrs C.'A. Knight was selected : Ruby Lilley efficient chairman Wilson Mrs.' S. T. Dell of Gainesville -
o afford to takeachanoe: with anymedl-: following were present: at the bank for $86.28, for the as chairman of the Entertainment of .the biggest group meetin' Mrs. W. L. Wall, and Mrs.J. HOME COOKED
clue less potent than CreomuUion Miss Helen Dowllng, Miss Mar- electric refrigerator at the par, Committee. with the following assistants an' rural teachers M. Brownlee; also by Joan

trouble which goes to help right loosen to the and seat expel of germ the guerite D e yorio, Miss Marcia sonage was paid on the 18th; the: : Mrs. J. M. Darby Miss ;-elementary. Grace Wainwright chm. of Carpenter and Marlon Brown. ',- ......

y laden phlegm and aid nature to Sparkmttn, Miss Abbie Harley, total amount paid out by the Marguerite Deyorlo, Miss Eleanor English group Lester Spon- The guests were; Tom Long, Jr.,
r. soothe bronchial and heal raw,tender,Inflamed Miss! Georgia Haynes, Miss Frances Society for the'past month was Dyer, Miss Doris Ludwig, Miss holtz leader of discussion groupIn Claire-Jean Mundy, Jane Richard: THEN PAY US

Creomulslon mucous blends membranes.a. beechwood Peek, Miss Evelyn Stump, $124.18. The president appointedthe Helen Dowllng andwMrs. ,N. D.. science Kinda steppln outs and Henry Rlcharde of the State
U creosote bytpecial: processwlth other Mrs J. R.' Wainwright, Mr. and following nominating commit Wainwright, Jr. aren't we? I Farm, George Kimball Bennett, .. A VISIT
time tested medicines for coughs. I Mrs Halite Jones, Mr. and Mri. tee: Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, A Program Committee chair- Jr., of Jacksonville; Mary Agnes
II It;No contains matter no how narcotics. Guy Sale, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mrs. A. Wood, and Mrs. Titus man was also named! -,illss Lorraine Matthews Charleen Elizabeth ,. --,- -
many medicines Mother full week-end: ahead .
you have tried, tell pour druggist to Guy, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Houston Olson. Hartman with Mrs. A. Dennis, Frank Marjenhoff, Jr., of
sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with I Nell Holloway, Hollis Ham- Next week has been designated Hartman on the committee. Alsoa B. H. S. vs. Reddick Friday night

6 the understanding you must like the mond, Earnle Jones, A. E. Den- as the "Week of Prayer" and it Magazine Committee chair Spotted the Tornadoes get- | If Excess Acid cause* AEIACafe

e, way It quickly rest and allays sleep the, or cough you are, permitting to I l ham, Charlie Moore, Bill Child- was decided to meet at the church man-Mrs. .J. C. Wallace, with tin' In the groove (an' IncIdent- FREE 1 youp.rfn.of Stomach

{I & hare :your money back. Adv..) ress, Stafford Umber&er.Prompt Monday and Tuesday afternoons Mrs. Thomas. Conner.'on the com- ally, the mud) tother afternoon, Wears Indigestion,
at 3 o'clock for services, lookln' a* If they mean to win
tI prayer mittee, Others are to be addedto B..u..CaaH..nbunt.B.lchlna.
Mrs. and Mrs. Wood to the next one or know the reason '
Shepherd Mrs. H. E.
these, committees,. free of UDCA
o Nausea
,get a
have charge of the meetings. A stated. why Informal USO dance at
Service Careful Drivers silver offering is requested for Tucker Armory with good band signed and .'''' Interesting booklet at Back of Carpenters

from Camp By the by, girls CARPENTER'S DRUG STORE
the following worthy causes: Mrs. A.. C. Durden and daughter -
Deaconess Retirement Fund, Convalescent .. If any of you haven't been
Mrs. ;J. W: Kin c al l d, of
Starke Taxi Service Home at Brewer Hospital Tampa, came Monday and were invited, drop Into the T an' give

Christian literature in for- guests of Mr. and -Mrs. O. L. MIa Ersklne 'your name an' application -

eign lands, and Medical equip- Beasley.: On Wednesday Mrs. No use mlsiin' all Gulf Life Insurance Co

Locally Owned and Opeated ment around the world. Durden, Mrs. Klncaid and Mrs. the run Be seeln' you there-

n The final prayer was offeredby Beasley left for Albany Ga., if, my feet bold out Says
Phone 150 I Miss Olive Ray and all joinedin where they' wilt attend the your (non-stop) AGENTS '

".\ United Prayer for a Broken Whidby-Bacon wed ding. Miss -Carolyn. ROY; M. STONE W. R.JBlLL( ) ALVAREZ )
Day Night World." ,Whidby. is Mrs::, Durd ri'll niece..
.. Bridge Club Meets P. O. Box 308., Starke Florida.
o '}
e I Mrs: J. R. Walnwright gave a

bridge party Tuesday night, after SEE US TODAY-TOMORROW IS
Carolyn Callstreet Q which she took her guests to AnnIe
ttf FOR THE GREATEST YIELD USE Harry dining room where refreshments OFTEN. TOO LATE

were served. The following -

o ;:!Jiiha, 4, guests were present: Miss

\ The R. .4. F. has come and an' smaller '. Members Helen, Madge WhIgham Mrs. Fred Guy,

went. Marguerite Marcia''Introduced Mrs. Bill Graham Miss Hope
t I'll say the week-end wan, well Haynes, Miss Emmy Kelley, Miss
their dates to each other an'found
; 17iI spent! -III Frances Peek Miss Evelyn
out all three men hall from Stump, Miss Edna Pearce, Miss

Yes the brave young Englishmen Tampa ,. Everybody still ravin' Abbie Harley and Mrs. Bill iVs''I'
t p about the homemade potato chips
;, i were with us again for ,what Powell.
one of them described as "the Hilda Houston too kalong Flo
-pit. i -I best week-end since we've beenIn Jones look In' cute and outdoorsy

the United States!" Buffet as all get out In her dubonnet '
corduroy slack suit ."I' PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM
supper on lawn of the "Y" (USOJ t

: ,--- was super-yum-yummy. with juicy : Mae'Tho': nton'tthe: Ideal FOR. BETTIR RAKING$ .. where''' 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are
._.. i Will* !
,, ham, baked beans an' all the extras -
id l in trade
,, :. : t r Hot tea with cream for employe Seems as much interested given away with every $40

the honor guests, of course In the Edenfield Jewelryas or certificates.Are .
Taste like liquid leather to me if she owned the place' her- Redeemed

Take mine with lemon, self Slttln' In the ritz totter to o h if SMITH'S GARAGE
night she was peacefully enjoyln' Chooee
the picture when suddenly, In a .

1I' Peggy Kmklne ru hln' 'round certain scene, an alarm went off
T Willa Mae burst out of the
with her supper plate teeterln on * * * * *
her placement list, tryln' to get theatre, spied her daddy (W. E., k1 t'/
: .i' all the boys, straight for their"lodi'lngs" the cop) across the street talkin'to

: Then off to get an MP .' She grabbed both TOWN \

r ready for the dance Hostesses of 'em by the arm an' rushed ALL FROM THE OLD HOME
v Grace Wainwright an' Jean Darby down to Edenfleld's, which boasts

'k' : : : arrivln "on time" to find the orchestra the only burglar alarm in town :
an* boys'd been there 'Twas quite a relief to find all-photphot doubtoacffngFREE. *
A. 8 .- 'twas just a false alarm evenif
since already start'ed Send for NEW booklet, containing
Ibut floor committee an' Mabel the joke was on .herself dozens of bright Idc.m to Improve -
Hear Junnle! Parrish Koch's your baking. Address: Rumfordasking ,
\ofr t 8 .
I Strlngfellow had
things, goln' Powder, Box V.Rumtord, R. I.
smoothly > Incidentally, didja has her own ideas about( welcom-

ever think about Mabel's striking

brunette contrast to her beauteous .h-
.oC --------o CLASSIFIED
blonde daughters (with whom I ADSn

she might easily pass as a sitter _._-----_. .-._.___,_ __
A. so young she looks) ., .
Darby'sPhone FOR SALE! Improved 85-acre FOR' RENT -Two-story Jioupe

At the dance Lorraine Mon- farm with 12-room house. All west side Kingsley Lake Furnished -

77 Starke, Fla.SundayMonday Moncrief staggarin' the stage line modern conveniences.T' A. modern equipment; four >}
in black crepe dress with hood Annis, Lawtey. tf bedrooms; large llvlngroom; servant -

attached .. Loir-Long,, gettin' quarters; 2-car garage;
-- --------------- FOR SALE-one wood or coal
her share of the rush in white rent reasonable.-A. Z. AdkIns
burning heater. C 4 r enter's k
dress with red Jacket Helen P Starke. tf
Drug Store. It
Dowllng In black velvet .' Marguerite -

Deyorlo In blacft an' white FOR RENT_Large bed-sitting FOR RENT-Completely furnished
Arline Dew In new blue room-with use of kllfben If desired. lake home, large enough for 2 *

taffeta, look In' freshly beautiful Private entrance on families. Hot &: cold water,

Blonde Evelyn Hall makin' porch.-Mrs. A. Wood, E. Call lights, servant's quarters, 4-car
THE AT n r her dance debut In red checked St., 3rd house beyond new garage. Apply Sparkman's

w STARKE FLA skirt. an' long-sleeved white organdy bridge. i' Itp Grocery, Waldo. 10-10 3tp

blouse Sparklln' brunette !
Betty Jean Wade dlttoln FOR RENT-One 6-
In'striped taffeta Grace Wainwright with hot and cold Wfoten*Also Lake Santa Fe, ,5 miles east of READY) TO I "KEEP'EMMoRH

Oct. 23-27 gettin' bumped an' dustedon one small 4-room houWe*Without. Waldo. Electric lights, running -
"IT STARTED WITH EVE" her hair an' blouse by a fallin' C. R. Whitehead. Lawtey., tf water. Inquire Lewis

With Deanna) Durbin-Charles Laughton-Robert dimming stovepipe Major Tarbell FOR RENT. Six-r o 6 m house, Jewelry, Co.. Gainesville Fla.
Latest 'MARCH OF TIME' Paramount War News droppln' in an' enjoyln' dancln tf
lights and water. Two
d with Cella Dew .. "DefenseleaclvlUans" than 125 city town organization and college uiu
screened porches. Large lot.
Oct. 28-BIG
u 'Joe Lander George Apply Mrs. W. F. Godwin, Box LEE APARTMENTS-Melrose, on are now in training. U. S. Army Aviation Cadets. In
Flynn an" Comer Perryman lookIn' Lake Santa Fe. Fine
fishing, unit and neighbor.--tnOa
Edmund Lowe-Una Merkel S3. Starke. ltp twenty young men-all friends
on an' doubtless wlshln' they hunting, near Blandlng. Itp the service together and share the work fun and *fienr;
No. 2-"EBB TIDE"With could be uniformed
jus' for the ONE LARGE ROOM: for light bombarcfjcrl
I Frances Farmer-Ray. MUland night .. Balloon dance (no, no, housekeeping, wlt4 i' water and WANTED TO '$UY law lumber rivalry of training as pilots aerial navigators,

II, I Also Selected Short Subject. granny .. We tied 'em on and electric stove. Two men or delivered at mill. See A. A. and other specialists. 1

Wednesday-Thursday. Oct. 29-30 tried not to break 'em) lotsa fun couple. Complete bath.-
xa e Tyrone' Power In I .with.. the Grand Star even In' windin up O. W. Brown Lawtey. It tey. Fla. tfWA.NTED a congenial group and' sifely together for the wol'ld'J. bf*!
Spangled Banner
"BLOOD AND SAND" In Technicolor Nothln' like watchin' a man FURNISHED 2-room apartment, aviation instruction-=dL shortest route to a commiMio"1i
Latest Paramount V Novelty with screened All AT ONCE-new crop. medical car
porch. mor- uniforms
to moth
snap attention to see what well filled out-success and a plus board lodging
Frl., Sat. Oct. 31 Nov ,.DOUBLE FEATURENo. kind of stuff he's made of ,. ern conveniences. $20 month. money-maker variety pecans.L. .- and $10,000 insurance-during the 7V4 months you are
Inquire at Starke Cleaners.Mrs. .
1-"THE BARRIER"With Dry:, M. Clark. Brookside learning. fomaaua : .toned
W. C. Conner: Itp Pecan Up to$243 JO a month when you are i
James Ellison Llttle-EngllMh-tady w a y- Grove Starke, Fla. tf Second Lieutenant. $130 allowance for your'initial otScer.
No. 2-"Tumbledown Range In Arizona"With from-home Mrs. A. Wood gettin' CAN USE SEVERAL LADIES uniform when to civil life a
equipment. And return
The Range Busters quite Varesea a thrill who halls meetin'from RAFee her Mao (Married Preferred) and several WANTED-2 passengers to share $500 cash bonus for each of you active service under yreserve 0111' :
child- year
: of
Chapter new serial- "TIIK SEA RAIDERS' gentlemen from 31f 35 yearsof expense to Amarillo, Texas '
Don't Miss Itl! Cartoon hood home of Orpington. Kent, age to act ai i.<< lerka In Leaving around Oct. 28-Mrs..J commission. the
England They chatted at and i i
Amusement Center. Clean work. J. Brock, 212 N. Cherry St. These plus adventure training for a future career
SATURDAY length of familiar
NIGHT 11:30 P. M.
: places an' even
r rewards.
four hours from 7 pV m. tOo 11 Itp satisfaction of serving are the
found your country '*
"CAUGHT IN THE ACT"With one mutual acquaintancewhom
p. m. Previous experience not .*" M"BM B1B'B"l"'* > **BBBSVM 0per
Henry Armetta Iris Meredith she an' Mr. Wood had long B> "Keep'em flying!" Get your crowd together and iffr
necessary. See Phil F1. Vltske at LOST-Male
Spit dog. Return to g
On The Stage thought dead Jr. Woman's
Western-Union Telegraph ..Of 403 Walnut St., or phone 128-
"COLLEGE RHYTHM"BEAUTHCUL members playln' bridge at flee from 10 to 10:30 W.
mornings Reward.
GIRLS REVUE the Y again Wednesday jtp
night It. ARMY
write S. :
or care p o a t office, .
Dancln's Incidental, it seems for FOR RENT-comfortable furnished
appointment. -
(correction please) Inciden- / Itp 3-room for apartment RECRUITING SERVICE
Hear The Magic ; ReA Ntw Living Sound tally JWC's an' escorts had a SPECIAL. SERVICES: I make adults. Private bath and

: : :: hiffly time at the Gold Head slip coven and do drapery hot water. 45.: Mrs. F. H.Lonl' Postoffice Building, Starke;,. Fla. *
I Branch steak supper I..' week work at reasonable prices. Mrs. 403 North Walnut ., e.- : *'
*Mla. ..... ... J__
., e
Seems the world gets smaller J. M. Lee, Box 43J-A. Itp street.It '. 01. .. Ear N 'mt. + err..a je Were ..tN A..rtcee r't'e



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z4, 1941 OCT241941 1
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.-- BITS of LOCAL NEWS r rpp Accident Fatal Utilities Feel IN flRCI'IT. CO I'HT. RIIAIlfOKn Order In n.xt four weekly IMU.K. '
('O"' T"', ...(IRIU" '\ l'II."{('IoRV Wltll..... my hand and offlcla seal
For Hugh MurrayHugh Material Shortage Herbert A. Buckley, Plaintiff, vs. at Starke, Fla., this Oct. 23.,, 1841OFPKMAN i''

re-Instated Mrs. R. J. Davis is Ann Wilt Buckley, Defendant Case As< Clerk of raid REAL:!..rt.A.ll. /Thomas 4t 11.17;
has been> spending J. B. Rowe drove to Palatka Murray was killed and The Division of Priorities of the W,
with the this week In No. 1524.ORlER Marlon Hemlry, Tampa, Flat.
officer Quincy with Mr. :
t police Tuesday afternoon where he met Mrs Phyllis McGhee sustained Office of Production Management Atty. for PIt.AUTO. 'IlI
starke, Davis who was there on business. his daughter, Mrs. A. B. Baker, head Injuries at 3:30: A. M. last has Issued a perference rating I NOTI.-H OF rilRMfATlON TO APPEAR ANt
Sanford. and brought her to j
Mrs Ralph Cox of Mrs. Mallory Thomas went to Starke for a few days' visit. Friday when the car i n which order to public utilities for the STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ann 1

d I .pending ten day. Jacksonville Wednesday to be they were riding left the road purpose of facilitating the acqul- Wilt Buckley, whose residence Is PARTSUSED

''I IIvee are In Starke and at I with tient In her St.,husband Vincent's who la a pa- Friends o'f Mrs. C. W. Chalker and turned over near the home of' action of material for the main Unknown.You TIRES REBUILT y

Farm. Hospital. will regret to learn that she has L. D. Vining on Road 28 Just. enance, repair and operation of December are Int.required, IM1 to In appear the| ..1 l>ov on. GENERATORS:: AUTO

The Rev. F. M. Garrett, of been ill for the past week at outside the city limits of Starke! their property.The named. l'ourt and Pause, whvrcln GLASS CASH FOB

L, j. Griffin left yester- Starke, is in Annlston, Ala. holding Camp Blanding, where I hell Since there were only .two persons -i terms "operating. supplies," I County Tvlvtntph oorkH divorce Khali publish, Drudfnrd this CARS AND TRUCKS' IN
Jacksonville where she series hostess in one. of the service ANY CONDITION.
I Vincent' Hospital a of evangelistic ser clubs. In the car, and one is dead i "maintenance" and "repa.tr" do '*
r St. vices In the Methodist church. and the other uncommunicative' i not Include material for the Improvement Public Stenographer Used Autos $25 up
jslljectomy.nne he exact caue'of the accident! or expansion of their
I Hal Edwards, of Mrs E. K. Perryman left i Miss Carol WhiteIn '
Lawtey, went yesterday may never be determined. property except for minor second HASK'INSAUTO
Mathews, em loya.ta"" to.St. Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville for Annapolis, Md., where
to'eever sty extensions of not more than
?of the Starke Coca-Cola Wednesday afternoon she will spend the week-end with different But after talking two poles and minor Improvements ,[ W. T. clute's Office: ,?A'TS' ,I.I I. ,
Mrs ,
( Co., spent the weekend where he will undergo a major her son, Emmett Perryman, who tcGhee herself persona, it Including seems clear needed for the relief. of I i 119 East Call St. I North of 1WA ..'Re..f:IS ,: Jl: '
is a student (in
in Moutrle, Gav the U. S. Naval
tlves i eirlous overloads. I
Academy. hat the pair were returning from I I ____ ,.1
Lake City when 'the accident oc- Serious shortages have developed -1- I
1i _
T. CLlJTE-REAL cured. She was driving when in construction materialsdue i I
W. F. H. A. LOANS Lt. R. G. Kldd was In Starke they, ,left Starke earlier In the to the immense quantities ANN AND HARRY'S. ... ." .. : .. .
Saturday and. "
was accompaniedback day, ,and it Is apparent that she used in connection: with the national V 'l"
301 W. Call '
We want the. listing on your propertyWe to Ft. Bennlng, Ga., by Mrs. was also driving on their return defense program and the St. i'' : !"
Kldd and their son, Richard III, is Across: From Courthouse ,.
have some wonderful properties for sale trip government taking this step .
who will :
remain I In Columbus .
Real Ed Prevatt, living nearby, was to conserve their materials and ,
See us about your Estate Needs while Lt. Kidd completes a course ]
at the officers the first person at the scene. at the same time allow utilitiesto HOME COOKED FOODS. SERVED FAMILY, ', 'H j''
[ CALL STREET PHONE 66 training school
t Others verify his story--that Mr. continue to operate without STYLE ,

Murray was lying In the ditch, expansion. .
Birthday Suprise dead. The car had turned over,
thrown him In the ditch, righted CARD OF :THANKSWe FRIED CHICKEN AND WESTERN, STEAKS 1 t:,
Tuesday October 21, was the OUR SPECIALTY .. '
Itself, knocked down two or three V
birthday of Miss Antoinette Par- wish to thank everyone for
acca, office for panels of fence, straddled aarbedwlre the expressions of sympathy and "
fork/a :JltealrelIealthfuJly manager the local > fence and had thrown the kindnesses
Coca-Cola many shown us
Bottling Co. Since her
Jacksonville friends could not Mrs., McGhee over In the field. during our recent bereavement.Mr. .- ,

come to Starke on that day, her Mrs. Prevatt drove to town and and Mrs. J. C. Jones and faxn-

Air-Conditioned sister, Mrs Palmer Heath, Mrs. secured an ambulance which first fly "t
M. O. Payne and Mr. and Mrs. brought Mrs. McGhee to a doc .. BRADFORD ENGINEERING CO.
HEW SHOWING AT 11:30 MID-NITE SHOW Henderson Bush came over last tor's office for treatment. The STKNOGR.4 1'111:R S NOT
ambulance then went back to the '
SATURDAY* OCTOBER 25 Saturday and brought two birth- PADS-15o e a a BRADFORD ;
Sunday Monday day cakes. scene and picked up the body of COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: Starke, Florida < .'
Mr. Murray, taking' It to the De- '
'J l
When Miss Paracca ,
"BELLE arrived at
STARR"With .
Witt C. Jones Funeral Home, .
Gene Tierney her residence Saturday, she found where it was prepared for burial. I : *: i J 1
her friends awaiting her, her Il /' ,'''. '
I :
lidded Sport Short & Cartoon Passing Parade Later on, Mrs. McGhee was takento tl r .. 4
room decorated and cake and 'Land Surveying / '" ''" t
the Alachua County Hospital
ruesday, WednedaYa,Thursday -. Oct 28-29-30 other refreshments served. Gainesville.' Six stitches were ', jI. .

["HERE 'COMES MR. JORDAN Having birthday cake to spare; taken In her head, 'p..he is ., Subdivisions "i ii
the took It to the Coca-Cola plant now back In her room at the C I ; t

With Robert Montgomery Rita Johnson Tuesday where she gave a son of home of Mrs E.* J., Dowllng.? Drainage ." ,. ro 3.' !i "
|Added Screen Snapshots Comedy Miniature .floating: reception" to the other ,When Mr. McGee was quesJoned : ,).
employes, serving cake and Coca she replied: "Your Jewelryif '-1 ".t.'" ; !
guessIs '
y Saturday, Oct. 31, Nov 1 -- Double Feature CIVI.Engmeerlng ; .
Cola. Even the roving; reportedgot as good as mine.They' SAYwe l .. .
No. 1-BAD MEN OF MISSOURI"Dennis there in time to get the next had been to LaRe. City. I i its worth .. _.. -,1'
Morgan Wayne MorrisJane' Wymann'Hit to the last bite of cake. "People don't know anything-Imbe: world Il
'' JI...
have certainly been good to me about It. I was aalee ,' I w a s 'concrete(
| No. "DRESSED TO KILL"With See for estimates Buildingblocks ,
us on
this year, Miss Paracca reminisced. coming home from work. at the it Is ,
Lloyd Nolan Also Selected Shorts Tic Toe Tap." having
sidewalks driveways and ready ::' ,
Mr. Murray had been for three
Enjoyable Party months a salesman for* Old Mil. worth ( Jttmixed : \ t.

RITZ THEATRESunday For Janet Anderson waukee beer, while Mrs. McGhee f concrete.: '. :4\

& Monday was a waitress. injuring

"BLOSSOMS IN THE DUST"With ,' Janet Anderson recently cele- Mr. Murray's body was takento f

Walter Pidgeon.'&: Greer Garson brated her 10th birthday 'anniversary his home at Mayo for burial. Charley E. Johns Corner Cherry and Jackson ,See
with out-door weiner
Tuesday & Wednesday Double Feature roast at her an home o n North I Temperance ProgramAn Agency J. Maurice Edwards: '
Cherry street 'As the guests arrived I
interesting temperance program
StArke, Florida t
Lew Ayres and they gathered around a will be at
presented the {
119 East Call Street
"TILLIE THE TOILER"i large, lace-covered table, in the Gospel Tabernacle Friday night, It tfl tfllli
center of which, was a beautiful October 24, according to an announcement i. Telephone\ n __ __ ____ ._ ._________ ____ .
Double Feature --- -
Friday -
'Iq--- -
-- '"'FLYING'BLIND"With birthday ctke. with 10 lighted by.,,Mr. and, Mrs...,-. .. c if"tfe'
; canjles.: After they had played T., Quigley sponsors. -A varietyof
Dick Arlen and ,games and had their pictures numbers especially featuring : lli

"ALWAYS A BRIDE" made, they roasted welners and the young people has been pre- !

With Brenda Joyce were served punch with birthday pared( and a cordial Invitation is ,

cak!. Janet opened her, many extended to everyone. 'The pro- ,, ,Jo, ..
Saturday-Double Feature lovely gifts. gram will begin at 7:30: o'clock. ,
Assisting Mrs. Anderson In entertaining ci-r: : i j
With Tim Holt and _
the girls were Mrs. O Recent Births
"HELLO SUCKER" P. Wadsworth. of Hampton Miss 4 J Sv ,

With All Star Cast Wilma Alexander and Mrs. W. M. Mr. and Mrs. Tonla- Tetatone, '.: 9 f 'H,

Wimberly. The following: were Lake Butler, Oct. 21, .girl; Mr. ,. ;.' ""tty
Invited: *Madge Brownlee, Joan and Mrs. U. Sears Burch, Starke, ,

Carpenter, Betty Ann Flynn, Oct. 16, boy-Walter Edward.

NAT SEZ: Peggie Ann Wiggins, Idell Lan- lrW .,
drum, Sharon Hall, Nancy Ught.
foot, Joan Smith, Patsy Dew, A
a i.
As a general rule most peoplecan't r ;
v Patsy. Ruth Hall Betty Ann
stand prosperity.It 1 1I jr
Powell and Joan Dinklns.Kasper BoatingBathing.
either goes to their hejul or

else some other part of their ana

tomy. j They walk different, talk Duncan

different and very often their Celebrates Birthday "' '
eyes are effected so that they ., <
don't recognize their old friends Kaspar Duncan, Jr., son of Mr. : \
That's a bad*tate of affair to and Mrs. K. G. Duncan, was eight Bowling y5'f4

get into fauxe I've always heard years old on Oct. 11, and to cele- I -I
ned that the bigger they are the brate the occasion his parents

harder they fall.HARDY gave a birthday party to whicha Billiards
number of his boy friends were


The Hallowe'en Idea was carried Bar-B-Q

IRON out in every detail, the decorations s r
being of yellow and black

and the favors were Hallowe'en
Chicken Dinners
SNOES hat Jimmy McRae won the
prize In the contest "Pinning: on
the donkey's tall," after which h.i
many games were played on the Shrimp Dinners L.

HIDE lawn. The large birthday cake : :I$! ___

A tMsh Ml UdM 111.,1Nt, .....If Is"bffitV. tss was topped with eight yellow tapers
and the cake was surrounded Cold Drinks I

.,' with yellow flowers and ferns
Mrs. Duncan served the children

with Ice cream and cake. Trailer Park

Guests included Marcus Brown,

Jr., Richard Kldd, HI Billy and 4 !

Jimmy Weldon, Levy/Canova, Jr., 7
CottagesGood a
George Canova, H. V. Knight, Jr.,

Ei0l6E11n0I Tommy Jones. Ronald Andrews,
sell Merrill Holdrook Edward Mathews -

t c act Richard Williams, Jimmie Fishing wfe :i

McRae, Marion Harrington. Carl
.,. ,
0 Lamar Johns, Ted Duncan of
o to o Gainesville, Charles Lawson Hu- Beer On Tap

bert Priest and Tommy Smith.
gad n i- Busy workers know that a minute Au1Pk :r'

Methodist Church 0/' i

rr for Ice-cold Coca-Cola promotes .
Meet Your'' ,
Church School at 10:00: A. M.
1" There are classic for all age 1
groups. Come and fill your ,place Friends At contentment and efficiency Why ,

with, your group. "
Morning Worship 11:00: O'clock. Kingsley Beach not enjoy It at home? A six- ; / .
Sermon Subject The Church'sResponsibility. '.\

bottle carton of Coca-Cola from
S4.85STERNBERG'S Youth Fellowship Meetings 6:30P. :

your dealer brings home the t ''
Evening Worship 7:30: o'clock.
There will be a song service for PARK .
the first part of the evening service pause that rr/reshcs.
The pastor's subject will SIXBOTTLBCARTON d'
be: The Individual's Responsibility On Road 48 Near '', ..t t
In The Church's Program. 0 (: \
prayer services each Wed. 7:30P. : Camp Blanding OTTIID UMOI AUtNOIITT Of TNI COCA.COIA COMPANY tV

A cordial welcome to alL ,
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Go Get 'em Tornadoes

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1941 FOOTBALL i' .: VI i

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Fla! Scho Deaf-. Bradford' f., ,' r, 4 ,....".,'" vs.REDDICK, ,.'.
Wildwood-6 Bradford-19
Alachua-12 Bradford ,l ,
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Oct. 24 Reddick Here :1 : r 'M'i' :

Oct. 31 Hastings Here ;1"" .. .',: ':; ![,:' Tonight t' (Friday)

Nov. 7 Open Date :t ", I :(. ; II

Nov.'14 'Bolles Mili. Here : :<:,[', .:..L; f;;. 8 P. M.BRADFORD .

Nov.. 21 Jasper .There,1,i 0
Nov.28 Monticello Here 3
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';" H. S. Pep Squad Forms A "V"For Victory ; "
The Victory They Hope To See Over Reddick TonightSic :A.:
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Beat 'Em Tornadoesr < '"
We're With You Tornadoes FIGHT ON TO
Girls The ?
'Em Torna d oes. ...,
I After The Game '

Watch Your

Just To Let You Know You Do Your .Best, Boys PersonalAppearance So You Don't. Like' Football? .Come On" Ole. Bradford
We're Proud Of Our Coach We'll Do The Rest. BoysAfter % WE'RE GONNA WIN
And Team The Game Try One Of Our And You'ii Come Out Tonight'and See_ -

.. 12-Inch Hot DogsJERRY'S You'll Have The'Time of Your ECONOMY SERVICE CO.
Plumbing. and Electrical {Work


,Fight To The Finish,Never SHOPPE From The'Captain To The
We Got The Spirit_'You Got .Opposite Courthouse Go Get"'EM Tornadoes! Waterboy
Give In! -
What It Takes, Tornadoes! 96 Ph96 WE'RE ALL BACK, OF YOU We're With You 100 Percent
On The Way To and From The Game Let
See Our New Fall Curlee Together We Can't Lose
Us Fill Your Tank With Super Shell
Est.'1894 Walgreen Agency- Always'. \ BRADFORD' BARBER SHOP L.L..LIBBY,Owner


Bradford" ,
,. We Intend To Back Our Foot WE'RE PROUD OF YOU
Fight To The Finish Never Give Take It Away, Tornadoes! High .t:' ball Team By Our :Attendance .

DON'T LET US DOWN at Every Game Diamonds Watches
,'-' In! m Boosters Certified Watch Repairing

Used Tires &1 Parts:! M, Tt .CO.

TornadoesEmpty .

Grandstands Never Helped \ A Football Team Is No Stronger
To Win A Football Game '
.,' Than The Support It,Gets
There's A Seat For You At Bradford ParkGAINESVILLE. From The Home Folks _
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-- Brooker Brevities VANDERBILT 'prop.rti.sdescribed I I The Lunch Box In Circuit Court, Bradford _. 1 J ** \ji,, \;I- '' 'I,
. "IJ3er DUb y. F rl ", the '
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j I anid to the hlsrheat atthe under which we are engaged and Flor Id ii-In Chancery fleorge of '

______ Ily Ml s Velma Norm CourthotiH* door on the fireS74nnda. doing business at Hill Plaintiff 'Va. Ivy 11'. Hill, D ,. Telegraph ., [
-ii tn-lta .MM i > In the month of December. Walnut fendant. On
St. Monday, the Srd engaged
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards 1*4I. which la th. let., day of l).. Stitrk. Bradford County: FIlL of November A. D. 141 the at are anti s..
MrVac*- tldOD: lIardyE Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Thomasand eetnber 141.Dated That the said business la owned fendant. Ivy K. Hill I. required : ;
y Wayne Thomas and children of Brooker were this 31.t.. day of OctoberOFFICIAL and operated by th. following tnterestvd appear to the bill filed against County Florida "
of Jackson- visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Nor- A. n. U" parties: herein. Thl order to b* t ; bunlnftHH I I is owned
% CLVHrL villa, were week-end guests of Mr. ( SEAL,) A. J. Thoma U P. Berry, Jr. Stark*. Fla. once a week: for four cnh : ::-I by the following In-
Hall waa hoste 'and Mrs. C. A man last Friday.Mr. Clerk of Circuit Court. Bradford U R Alexander Starke Via "" ..k. In Bradford County : I *! I' I
( Oct. 16. when Crosby. I and Mrs. Cnunty. State of Florida. At Starke. Bradford County Flor.Ida graph a newspaper published .wa,. Bolt 421. Stark. t ( ,
daY afternoon Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Stone of' MIller Johns and 10-24 4t 11-14 this th of October, 194\. staId: Bradford County.Mtark _- :", I
entertained members of thsBrldge Starke were visiting Mr. and family of New River were guests io-ke 4t : -I1""y Florida' October hJ 'County Fl..?- .: I'

Club at her home. C. C. Dees Mrs. of Mr. and Mra. U I... Renfroe IM IntUIT Coils HH \nronntOT (OFFICIAl. SKAL: > A. J. day ofktob.r., 111.... '
let of the Sunday. and Tl, rLOHIIIA IV rH\N('KHT In the Circuit Court Bradford Clerk Circuit! Court. 10-9 4t -
the conclusion progres. Mrs J. P. Roberts was visiting family Sunday afternoon. Jxrne.* C. Orlppor. 'Plaintiff vs. ( Florida.-In Chancery. Or- j ;
.,.... j. p. Roberts was relatives In LakeButler Misa Lorena Rosier of Wood- VIol Urlpper Defendant\ .* No. 'o"'llf'Service. Notice' to 'appear.The '
I bowl for Friday 1520 State of Florida. Sanfnrd N. In Circuit Court Bradford ( : COI'HT. 8H..ORD '
ded lovely nut afternoon. lawn was visiting; Miss Velma ORDER OP PUBLICATION: AND Pinion v*. Susie' Pinion.; On Monday F'.rlda.-In' Chancery Ruby ''' .,_IM CHAN L i
I.. O. Hazen re. the Srd day of November 1041 Dixon.ye.- Gordon W. Dlxon., II 1
Mr Norman
and Miand Mrs. J. C. Kenne Miss Monday afternoon. Monday November 194*. .. ..
Mrs. Hall OV FLORIDA tOI Viola Susie Pinion whose resilience I. Srd PrIce, Plaintiff. t.
td "tho bingo prize. Audrey Polk. and Miss Beatrice M,'. and Mra. H. U Norman of Dripper residence. unknown: Atlanta I Oeora-ln. 77 Baker Street, defendant Cordon W Dtxon, la r .. Dfndant. On f.
U O. Hazen I ; ulred to to the bill .. day of November. J
Mrs. N. W. required t* appear to th* :
ted by toe Casaela were transacting business Vanderbilt:: were In Camp Standing .You ar* required to anpear on bill for dlvorc filed against. her divorce: II.rI'against him r '; .. .. Murphy' D '
oed delicious refreshment In Gainesville Saturday.Mrs. on business December lat. 141. In th. above herein. This order to b. published This order to b .. ".>nvlll., Florida, I I. ,I '
Saturday morn- named Court and cuune, wherein one a week for four consecutive one a week for four ".... .."".."r to the bill for r.
present. 1. o. Hazen was shop Plaintiff ...k. dltnrc Bradford week In the. Bradford County Telegraph weeks In Bradford County against him herein. \

Roberta and Mrs. ping In Gainesville T bur s day Ing.Mr.. and Mrs. Thomasof 'Order In Telegraph next four ahall. publlnh thl. a newspaPer publIshed In graph. a newspaper. published' to. b* published one* : \
George eekly lamies.
(rt. J. P. aid County, Florida. said Bradford l'<>unt7. Btarke, consecutive week
Ha'rdy were In GalnesvllUJy. morning.Mr.( I Gainesville were visiting ''I Witnees. my hand and officIal seal Htarke, Florida. Oct. 2nd 1941. Ida, October I 141. County Teleuraph a, .I
and Mrs. Abe at Stark' Florida thin Oct. II. 1D41. (OFFICIAL SBAL A. J. Thoman.Clerk (OFFICIAL sfeAL) A. 3. In raid Brad :: 'f,.'
Mrs. Roberts attended the Crosby of trlends and relatives of this section I, (OFFICIAL !8EAt.! > A J. Thnina. Circuit t Court, Bradford Clerk Circuit Court '*" '. \
meeting. Jacksonville Were" wee k end Sunday. All Clerk nf said Court. 10-24 4t 11I -" County, Florida. 10-3 4t 10-24 County Florida 10-3 4t .) A. S. Thomas >.' .
,cher I Maurice W. (ioMMeln. Jackaonvllle
of Clerk Circuit Court. "
cr. and Mrs. C. H. Layfield guests Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mrs. Russell Norman and Miss Fla, Ally, for plf. ., October Ut.. 1141. d.l'1. ,'

of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gainey. Ruth Alvares of Vanderbilt .- NOTICM Or HITmiTIOM TO In Circuit Court Bradford (' \ 1 ,
JIIestl Mrs. Vera Collins and baby of at. 1'\1 ciHcriT. ('tn'RT. 8R.\0"'ORO MKfttSTKR rU'TITIOl S NAMKNolle Florida. I n Chancery. \\' I II'
ont of Gainesville Saturday Jacksonville tended the teachers meeting In ( oi STYCKHV. FLORI"I.N.. la hereby !given that the Wright plaintiff va. Knetha ( I :

Mrs. were visiting Mr. and Gainesville last Friday and Satur undersigned under the provlilnn defendan of November On 1 Monday*4I. the the..3rd.,::: ..Uradford. Agnes County Cado- ';\
it.Mu. H. P. Gainey Sunday.Mr. The Federal Land1'<.Bank of Col. of Law. of Florida, 1
Rosa Plnholster was a 11m bt... Aol* h..fp.II'\ '\ register' with theClerk Fon.tha'rt..t., whoa residence -vaTlniothy Cado- It""
of 1r- and Mr- and Mrs. F. F. Flume day.Mr. Plaintiff. In and Rout I, AXKOII Georgia. la r.' On Monday the
guest of of the Circuit Court
k-end and Mrs. :: November. A. L>. 1S4I. ,I
Norman i
ti> to the cult for
Starke -v for Bradford County, Florida, the appear :
Wiggins in New River.jr were visiting Mr. and"Mrs.. and family were in Starke Sun O. O. Annl. et. al., fictitious name of' filed against her herein This ; Timothy Cadoa-an, t
Rudolph Andrews R, A.- Colson Sunday. Ief.ndante.NflTIC to b. published. one a week appear to the J
: aDd Mrs. day afternoon.F. OF MA8TEIV8' SALE' I Starke Dry Cleaner tjuindry. four coHiierutlv. week In .. him herein. This r I
of New River under which w* are engaged and week "
Haaen: Mrs. V. V. Hazen once
( Clifford and Martha M. Take notice that the und.r.l.n.4'lp.cl..t County Telegraph a newspaper I
Norman .
and son Russell doing bulnea' atWT lished In ssId! Bradford "..., week In ,
friends and relatives Kay and Mauler. In accordance with' I
e i visiting Jimmy were shopping In weie visiting Mr. and Mrs.: A. A. the final decree In al>ov. entitled Call Street Stark. Florida, October 11.-: ) Telegraph a nw- I \
Bradford Fla.That : :
afternoon. Starke County hed In saId Bradford ,.
Gainesville '
SH1AL J. :
Saturday Friday. Edward and family of Brooker cnua. will sell the following ,devcrlbed the mild business I I. owned (OFFICIAL > A I

UI and Mrs. C. H. Layfleld't Mr. ,and Mrs. Hugh Rahn and Monday. property: 10'''''It : and operated bv the following In.tereeled U. U 1024NOTIC9'l('lark f CircuIt' Uor .. ... October I. l.... 'I i
The NH of HKi i ilf 8WK\ of See .
.. J. Thoma '
parties! I \ > A.
't visiting relatives In Trenton baby of' Ralford, were. visiting! Mr. Herbert Norman and sisters U. Twp." I 8 RKUway.ft 23: F... KaCat ,Junlu ... Smith .Starke. Fla -- Court.> 104t 10-14 .' II! "
the a A.' U
The SofC 4 r
Mrs. Stark. Bradford County Flnr
Jim At I
MoW ,Sunday. t1f\\ Long 'Br1dge"w rc-vMItiPr* l 8 13 M of 8W;\%. 84 8 4.. 'Fwjs8... tt. Jds,- this lt..v day of .October 1S41. IO.JeI"I'IOThe '\ .- .
f 22 B.. Al*.. alt .of 'Rlnck., I In 10-8..41, 10-li Hoard at Public .. IVTKNTIAKT TO 'f kI
1ay.HAMPTO& Mr. and Mrs. Lontte Noftnarr PIt."n1. In Sec.3d; Twp. Ii 11. R. of Bradford County Florida h.i>* I FICTITIOJ' NAINN
GUM BRANCHBy Monday. 22 K Alan. all that Dart of N. call and gl\e node of an .. *l**. that tb* I '
8-4 of NWK of NWk -of -Seo 35. In Circuit Court Bradford Count lion to b* held on l under. the provision j'
Mrs. M. W. Morrow Mrs. Edd FarrlahMrs. Twp. t a., R 22 E. lying Kat: Florida-Nathan Kat.. Plaintiff, NOVKMHKU,; 4. 1941 In each of an"p GDft3. Laws of Florida '
iSOTICH OK APPLICATION: FOR of Right of Way of 8.:A. I.. Hall .v*. Fay Kata the Defendant. On following numbered Special \ will re lter' with the ,.
TAX ItKKD the Ird ot November School, Dlitrlcta of paid In and
way. In Bradford Monday May County Circuit Court
I and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins H. M. McRae and Mrs. B. 4ei.ate Bill N.. .** Countyt..orld. ,
Mr. ) The NH of NW of NWM of 141. the defendant Fay Kali. I* the public school hot*. (for County Florida. the
nt Sunday with relative laurthorne. M. McRae and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Sec. 35 Twp. I 8... R. S3 E.. and required to ppear to the bill filed pupil.) In nch ald dlatrlct of.
sons Benny and THAT. B. Y. Saxon bolder of Tax .
more particularly described a* against her herein. This order tobe each mid district to elect three ( Shop
Lynn.'Werf visiting relatives here I Certificates. Numbered respectively. beginning. NW corner of See' published one a week for four trustee ant assess. the mlllag w* are .n.a.... and
No 152, 1530, 1511 1112. 1613 t. consecutive weeks In Bradford the ensuing two S at
Ann R. Guy left Sunday ,. Iau.4 35. Twp. 23 H. and run.nlng ( ) year "
[Mr 16 1535. 155. and 1538 .ttliia': .
afternoon.Mr. County Telegraph, a newspaper at.,
Tuesday ft. to S. A. L. For the purport of holding "
visit with her son I IeIIlor the 7th, day of Augu.t A. D. 143 ..
I two-days Railway; thence South and par. published In Mid Bradford County. election. In ach district the County, Fla.
John Guy in Brooka and Mrs. T. N. Norman and ha. filed ame In my office and aliaS with the Went aide of the Stark Florida' October 2, 1941.OIrFlt'IAL Intr managers. am appointed I bualnna la owned
ban mad
application for tax deed ( 8EAL> A. J. ThomAsClerk by the following |a.
8. .
A. L. Railway 830 thence Ha S.T... .
ft. f> *a Nrao*! )
,e. From there'Ibe will go to children and Mr.. and Mrs. Eldon to be laaued therean.Said We t't Section fin. dividing See. Circuit Court. 10-3 41 1024i __ ___Spiel No. 9_ ___ ..t .
for a visit with Dr. and and Certificate respectively 34 and 35: thence. North :tat ft., Luther wattereon. Lacy flag 8S, Btarke, Fla.'
>ynton Sapp son spent Saturday In embrace the following described to point of beginning riHcriT roi'tir. rmtnronnCO I I Marshall Matchett. h. J. I'hlll ,.. I Bradford County. ..I..r.

I. Weems Pine Level with relatives. r.-;.r.-; .* If.t County of Brad AUo, commence at southwest corner NT*. ..KLOHII| ire: CHAN: Stark. Saevlal "'a. Sa*.l ....' \ day Ot October 1141.
*Monday State. Florida, to-wlt: of So. 18. Twp. I 8.. R. 22 CKRV. N.. S *
at LTWatterson r spent Eldon and ,ir*. EJ. Anderson -Hlk* i. 2. 3. 4.; 6 of \ Hampton E.: an4-running Beat:. on the See Llnnle Fogc M.'Cutl.y.Plaintiff J. I. Peek. Mallory Thoma, --

Gainesville on business.Mr. of Keystone Heights are spendingthis Park Sec. 31-82, Twp. 7 8. R. 22. ,lln* 1320 ft., thence. North 430 .. Hornaby, Don Hoovnr.I.aw4y I ...'TO
and Mrs. Glenn Stewart E I. embraced ,und.r said. certificate ft.. thence Weal. 1320 f t.s thence -vs.. Came No. 1471 BiterlaA T.. Sre.5Ilialpirt orFKTITIOI.SI MAMB .
week here wlthfriend* and No. 152* .
South 420 ft. to point of begin George MT. McCulley, N. S hereby lv.n that the ,
? ion Billy, left Saturday for relatives. Blk 7 Except Lots 1. t. 2, 20. 22 nlng. being ,In Sec. 3, and 25. Defendant. If Harley M. B under the provlalona: /0
melville where they will make Hampton Park $ec. 31-33 Twp. 7 Twp. 5 S, R 22 !oJ., In Bradford ORDER OF PUBLICATION Volley. Iteddliih. Louie. HIM ; 0953, Laws of Florida
A large crowd attended a singat 8. it. 22 E, la. embraced under County Florida.I Together with all AND NOTICH TO APPMAIt: I.....r.llt. *vrlel !.. Krbael WII.I..ter, with the I j
sir future home: the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. .aid certificate No. 1130. and sIngular the tenement, hered State of Florida tot tleorge MMcCulley Spiel IS". !. Circuit Court. In and '
Mrs. F. E. Watson who has Blk II Hampton Park Sec 21-33 itament and appurtenance there 22D South Street, New I :-r.olli.Ip.o: Kirby Crew: County, Florida the, ,
I N. Norman Thursday night.. T..p. 7 S. It. 23 E. In. embraced to belonging York City New Yorkt C. ,* Norman.UrahniH of 1'
5% confined to her home by under md certificate No. 1631 to You are required to appear on Mverlnl '!'.. Hrbwl U. I Co., '
n.81 the past week.. 'Is improv- W. R. Kersey of Bethel and J. All Blk 9 Ex. Lota 5, 7. ft. 9. 10. State of 1"'fef1'.nitl; granted of to November 3, I )4l In above named trieS N.. II w* are engaged: and
F. Kersey of Tampa were guestsof 11 A all Bike a. II 18. 13 Hampton by The Federal Lnnnf Hunk of Way Col. Court and cause wherein plaintiff Rufu Johnson, Illley W'adln, .. at I II
I. Park Seo. 31.3i Twp. 7 8. It. reek divorce and custody of child. U. Robert Will Mclver.Aw I 1
Miss Edna Dudley spent the the former's daughter Mrs. 22 E IH embraced under said :.ertlflcnte umbla Subject. Augu to, Ea 2T.ient, 1S37. Bradford County Telegraph hallpublish lilep, Hwrrlal Ta* ...... County. Fla. "
H. H. last week. No. 1(32 granted by:. this. Older In next four District N.. laN. ..Id business la owned "
Keene one day The Federal Land Bank of Columbia t
ik-end with relative In New All Blk 14 Hampton Park Sec. weekly laauea. O Moo.lv-, Reridlih elr. by th. following ln- I!
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and 31-32 Twp. 7 S K. 22 K. I". en'- to the .Florida Power and Witness my hand and official *..1 Ethan S"pp. Floyd Wlggln;. lee,: '.1'1'
rry. I braced under said! certificate No. Light Company.at at Stark. B'lorlda. this September .....br...... Kperl*I T*. Ached !> Htark. Fla. t
[ Miss Betty Jean Rhodes spent Ion were dinner guests of Mr. 1533. public outcry to the highest bidder It. 141. tin Vi.. is Bradford County Flor. ,i j ,'

he week-end in Gainesville visit- and Mrs. Marcus Conner of Rising Lot. T, 8. 9. 10. 11 of SIlk K A door. for of the each County at the Courthouse South front InStarke (OFFICIAL BRAD A.'.7. Thomas' I. n. Starling. Eddie Ireen. r, day of October 1141. 'ilf ( ,
All! Elk 18 ex Lot 8. II, 10, U, 21, Ae Clerk of Maid. Court. Reditlnh. W, C. ('lemon. '
({ her brother. Sunday. 122 Hampton Park Seo 81-32 Twp Florida during the legal nlght A Knight. .u..... Spend. lea SeBiMtl .1
hour. of ale n November 8. I*4I. 'tf
7 S. R 22 H. la embraced. order. / tarke, P1 Ia.. 1)1.5,1.4 Urn. 19 .f
T. 1
I aid certificate No. 1534. AUy. for Plf. 10-J 4* to-" Brllt Alvaiea, Emory .
Bike 17. 18. 19 20. 21, 22. S3, ... Special Maater. r Harry Lewis. Floyd ('ro.by.flr..Siep : FlfllTIOI! "NAMM i.! ,t
Knight Knight.Stark I hereby given that th* \
FUNERAL DIRECTOR 25. 2*. 27. 35. 29. Hampton Park *, FloridaAttorney l\ rinri'iT' (COlD, HII&'O' Snerlal .T... seheelDiesrit's under the provlalons I r
Sec. :31-32 Twp. 7 8. It. 22 E., I I. IN '
Tear Hake U Possible for Me to Bender for PluBitlff.. ('O.IIITY.: PLOHIIIA tllAM" Walter (,..r.C. A. Cro.by. Laws" of Florida, I S
My Many Kxperieaoe emhraced under said certificate No. ,
It.It 4t 10-31 fHANCKHY.Laurence Oalney W H. 'Hsrrell.Iird will reclnter with the :
PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE 16 SII. W. Moe. .... Plaintiff, v.. Circuit Court In and
EFFICIENT I of Public ,
Blk 30. 31. 32, 53. 34. *5. 38. 37. Rffle E. Moe. Defendant On Instruction County Florida the '"IJj I
PRICES 3*. 39 40 ; "VOTICK Or IMTTJVTIO TO Bradford County, Florida.HEAL .
8tH'.I: onxparkt. p.a.a. Itl.za'i fondly, the 10th. day f Novemher of
S3: 24 ,. IIKUIVTICH ricriTioi *. MINotice > 1941 the defendant F.ffl E.ro"r"'q'r ) S. W.: n tlervlce. f :>
DeWITT C. JONES Twp. 7 S R. 23 E.. I I.* embraced I I" hereby given that the residence' I is unknown w* are ena aad and "j "
W. .
under acid certificate No. 1536. underMlgned under the provision : : d" to appear to the bill 1 U.: ,' ''* at .
Starke,, Florida BIke. 41. 42. 43. 44 In Hampton of Chapter 20963. Law of Florida, for Divorce filed against. her herein.Thla Secretary and County till'' Ht. '
.1 Park Seo. 31-32 Twp 7 8. R. 23 K. Act of lIMl.'Wlll 1 regular with the order'to published one Intent. 10-3 It a County, 11'1.&. f "I
In embraced under said. certificate __ a. week for four concutlve. weeka. business I I. .
----- pg p-- -- -- -I No. for Bradford County Florida, the
1538. in Bradford ounty Telegraph, a MOTUH 0.'r.1''O' TO by the following; T
<. The aimMBment: of the end property flctltlou aWITI't: ; newspaper published 1 In aald Urad- "..1U''I'Kli: KICTIIIOIII III" .... .--. -
certificate I.In. .t" .... In1'1 1'1 }
under enid 1 1 NoIS'I ford ('ounty.OFFICIAL. Nolle la hereby given that J31 N. Walnut
,INSURANCE AND' BONDS 1530 1531. 1512 1533. 1514i: under which. we are engaged and ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Undamlcnvd., under the. I
1536. 1536. and 1538 were In the doing buiilnena at Clerk Circuit, Court, of Chapter" tO 5.1. of Bradford (County "'
name of Unknown.L'nleuM Cherry A Jacknon 8t... Stark., Florida October 31'<1.. 11)41) Ann of I 1041. will 1 :-'jt.; with. :\ of October 'j
.aid Certificate htkll' be Starke Bradford County. Florida 0-10 4t 10-31 Clerk of th* Circuit Court. In \ : 81d.y
redeemed according to law theTa That the ald. bualne I I. owned
and operated by the following In-
HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYConstant tereited parties*
relieve I., R. lubell. Starke Florida.
COLDS R V. Coletnan. Lake. City Florida. ,
MUery .f J. M Edward: $tarke. Florida.At .
Starke Bradford County, Flor.
Service Over 50 Years Ida this 7th dayvOf October 1(41.
10-10 4t 10-31 -
Liquid TaHelnlv '
666 i II. Woe* Dreps.
Please Phone 146 Starke roMKh Drape. >TI. .ORI"I: .'llt- .
Try "fl.bMyTi.SsW..rntel W. *1. Kdward. '

..... Plaintiff
-_ S. .t
: -p -".- Partition Ca". No. 1010
Llllle llendry and her huvband
Itoy K. Hendry.1)efendntJ'.
JX1 I QOOO facts That Concern You Pto. 33 of a Stritt NOTICE OF .'()J.f.J MMIASIONERS'AlA t.I

Take Notice that the undersigned -
( .omniaainere, In accordance with 1 1 :
of Partition and Hal
the '.' \
rendered In above ceuce, will ""II! ,
the following property sItuate In J. .
Bradford County, Florida to-wit:
HVV4. of IeP'of: II..". 29. Twp. "
(8. R 23 K. leu. 1 acre square '
In NE corner thereof also. le*.. 5acreB -
square In NW corner thereof I'I
ale lean, commencing at MB -
.i corner of SWH of SR<, afrre.iiald .
and run Houth 210 ft. to a '\ 'i
point of beginning thence run \1' f."
West 210 ft., thence South 210 !
ft.. thence Pat 210 ft.. theme
1 North 210 rtd) and also. I.... a .i.
trip of land 80 yd.. wide. lying 1 ,
on South Kid. of nald. 6 acre \ I II
eI arluare| and alito lee railroad
right of way and graded road ,' ,. ,

V to righS the' ; itt I h'r''bidder for uh at \, \ ,

.p1i'y ; the. South front door of the County 4 1" ,
courthouse. In Starke. Florida dtir. .. !t,
log the legal hour. of sale on November
3, 141.Ken Row \, 1

I'hens. Hardy \
C. A. Knight t
Comml.*lon.r*. Ho. 3. WHERE War-bent warriors and sun-burnt / t I : ;,

v* c Knight. *Florida KnlchtHtarke. squaws of the Tlmuqnai tribe found a : t I

Attorney for I'iaintlf. ISOSSACHITE ? flowinc sprinc alone the hIgh bluff of 1 r
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1 the St. Johns River before the English ; '

In Circuit Court Bradford County occupied Florida in 1764. They built / ) : 1
THERE GOES A TIRE Florida In ChaiMiery.: Emma Lou' tf ''I
Fritters, Plaintiff ..... Leonard Her.. .thatched houses and called the settlement :j j 4

*> bert Fritter alias Thoma I.., Pur. Os-sa-chi-te. The spring has disappeared 'S, (

I day vi.. defendant.of November Un. Monday UHf the, the defen.dant 3rd. the bluff eroded the houses ran "-I 1J.

but why junk the car ? ,, alia. Thom4 Leonard L. ('urvllI.IJerbert who.Prltter. r*"l-. ished the Indians lone since cone to 'ij'' :Y.

I dance I I. Unknowa I. required 10 4 their Happy Hunting Grounds. Butwhile !: i Ii: ',
appear to the cult for divorce filed Street
against him herel...' This order to you'retthefootof Liberty Jk
annual: be published. one* 'a week for four 5 in Jacksonville, you're treading where "'< '

I Any car can have a blowout in a tire. for 18,294 persons supports an County consecutive Telegraph week. a newspaper I n Bradford publish.d these Tlmuqnas first found the site 1. '1.' I

But wouldn't the car. You'd payroll of $15,737,151 and paid $1,735- In said Bradford County, and saw it was good.A J i <''
''I you junk Stark. Florida. October 1.! 1141 \
I just fix the tire-or replace it.That's 893.93 in state taxes last year. (OFFICIAL SKALr A. J. Tkomae.Clerk : d : "
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I very much like a situation that The state too industry's has an important purchases stake formaterialequipment U-a 4t 10-24 trf! H11L!! -' ''..'._.rn. '':'''\',",'.' ,: .It'J' ; 1iT'S 1-: ,

f exists in the retailing of beer. Beer retailin the beer In Circuit Court. Bradford CountyFlorida. I
I and services-from .-In Chancery. Done Fran r1 '(fJ:. :', j
l' ing has its "flat tires" too-retailers 0.. lieedy v*. Jam. Patrick Reedy. 1 FACT ; .. .,

I who disobey the law or who permit un- more than 100 other industries. On the Monday.defendant. November* :James rd'PatI 41 "

Those benefits are worth preserving. Rdy who. ",ldnc* I I. 44Shatto ,* t QUALITY AMERICAN MATERIALS 't$1't'$
savory Building. Lee Angel*. Cal
You can help us preserve them by patronizing Ifornla, I I. required: to appear to ;* ...experienced American breW 1a.ten.., :.If
To right to drink good th* suit for divorce filed again '
I I protect your only the rep' t ble and legal places him herein. Thl order to b* publiehed these make JAX a truly great American \\1' ,
beer we of the beer industry want to one a wl ,for four con- .

etia nate-the few "flat tire" retailers. where beer is sold and by reporting anyHere' eeutlve week. a newspaper In Bradford.published CountyTelegraph beer. Smooth mellow downright good .; : h hno

here in law violations r** may observe to the In said Bradford .....unt,. Htark ; wonder you can't buy a better beer :: A.. "
another Right '
reason: Florida, September, 2*lb, A. DOFFICIAL
duly constituWd Kisorities. 141. at price! For real refreshment 101
Florida beer has provided employment .. ( 8EAL!: ) A. J. Thoma any try

10 SIt Clerk Florida.Circuit Court Bradford 10-3 41 10-2 Co., a bottle of. lAX today! :I1ii 4 tf t\'\1'.'

'reo'rwr" os I''TH' '''TIO* TMK4I COMPANY ,
of moderation .TKH riCTITIOl:* MAMIS" '
beverage Notice I* brby: given. that theglld.tIIl..d. _ _ -- '
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of 2'*S3, Law of Florida '
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