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: November 21, 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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gccreation(: 7 tF Sweetest Strawberries

CAMP BLANDINCM This Side of Heaven

Official Count Publication Established In 1877

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Most Water In Fifty Years I Rent Committee -Nuts Average r

Of .Starke Early StartPredicted Housing I

feeds Receives ComplaintsThe 10 Cents A Pound ProjectFor

local Fair Rent Committeeheld I J; B. Gardner, manager of the I! Starke

Discussed t a brief meeting Wednesday State Fanner Market, reportsa

morning at 10 o'clock and recelveil successful. pecan auction held I

Club On Vital two complaints from tenants last Friday when a total 'of 10.022 ''
ProjectsEngineers Still
t Rotary of negro house In Reno. pound, of nuts sold at an average! Sought

Action on the complaints wax deferred -: price' of lOc a pound., Twelve I i

symposium of the needs of until the I landlord couldbe buyers wcio prpurnt and another w. T Chile, chairman of the

Uscnt-dnj i Staike was held at from the Jacksonville notified! and given an opportunity auction will be held If there la I II Chamber of Commerce committee

Wednesday under firm of Reynolds, Itrewton, to file a reply, I sufficient Interest among grow..rR,1
Club to work for low-rent
a hOIJslni'pl'ojf'Cl
I>t Rotary Smith & Hill have been in Starke ; Mr, GaidiH'r .timed, I
The Fall Rent Committee
the Community now
of fur Staike, la
very ,
the for the past' two weeks making The received \ '
Committee, C. H. Nas- baa offices in the Chamber of manager an tlrc\f'r'l over the prospects, He
k 5elVIC'e preliminary surveys for the big early this week from Plant

ortbY, chairman., which will bring adequate Commerce quarters over Slump's rjnnt some time In Jackttonvllle
) principal of B. new project for 21.000:. strawberry plants at a !
Monday In conference with
I &. 1" Williams. sewerage and water facilities Store, and tenants may obtain price I of $2,25 per thmiitund, Ray
of our ,
discussed. the Executive Secretary of
g, to Statke. t', b Starke, The market hUt '
and mod- there the necessary blanks for filing o
thn $2,000000 .
enlarged nrentwofxl
atiool ,ifor an City Clerk. Carl Johns and 15,000 housingproject
I complaints Tuesday
I-tued plant; the Rev. C. H. Al- I there, and Mr. Edwards
( Utility Sup e r In trndent Berry 1
told of the said that "the for
Scoutmaster prospects Ret
local Johns have been very busy recently :
recreational ting a housing'\ project In Starkeare
1 for a planned r working with the engineers To

Urogram tor the young men of and getting the many pre Cheaper Buy ThanksgivingPlans exceedingly good." "Anything

community; and Bill Graham ,,1 details out. I can do to help secure thin. project
|M liminary
\iwed health problems brought "We hope to see actual work ," Mr. Edwards!: continued "I
Than Clean It
Increasing popu- Up shall be glad to do."
rapidly Announced
t by started by the first of the year,

Mr. Johns stated yesterday. "The Mr. Edward stated that the 1/1
btlon The recent torrential rain brought nome unusual scwne to

[ Quoting figures supplied by the Bradford County and other section of Florida OKI-timer say new sewer line will go all over Roger Wells whose IS-acre plot I. Jacksonville housing project could ;:/.i
Health Service. Mr. Gra- Starke along with the rent of .not rent to anyone working at >
hbllc .Keen'in town-even to Reno" (Starke' of ground had been used for a
there was more water on the ground than they had !SO
of the Florida will stick to tradition
raid: "The population settlement Camp Standing (outside Duvat
) free tor all for
JIll negro dumping ground
yearn T. L. Hamitrr took this uniMual shot ol Santa Fe RUeroverflowing and observe the fourth '
sly In 1939 was approximately Total coat of the project Is 20 year. before h* found it out ThursdayIn County), and that be would .b*
half white and half negro.uj It* banks at the bridge that connect Bradford and November-the 27th-*s its glad Indeed to see 'a similar pro th
M, around $341.460. and It 1s planned was Tuesday night at the City
Incidence of ,venereal disease Alachua Counties' on Road IS. to handle the city's $80,000 Council awarded $1.000 for the Thanksgiving Day. Th Army ject established at Starke. It'; ; 0

fell area Is roughly 20 per. Inn. with. **..rat.r revenue property. "It would coat twice a* personnel at Camp Blandlng and took Mr. !Edwards, IIIx 'montM t*'"
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white and 40 per- poa toff Ice and other government get the project at Brent wood; but1"-

at among negroes or a total Methodist Pledge BITS HomecomingNext the property as It would to buy mployei had a holiday yesterday profiting by his mistakes and

lbMsy In accordance with the Pre ldent'* with his StArke should be
1 1,400-oalld In th* .C QntJ' It,",was the concensus of opinion, help. .
the need for a proclamation and ,some of themwill able' to secure one much quicker
i to see Individual WinnersIn and "he had the City where the

hospital or health clinic 'For Bld Wednesday hair was ahort". It was stated observe the second, Thanksgiving Mr. Clute said
almost next week Beginning next The other'member of the local
hats _
i our population i The aUlD will be paid a third II"

_ Jd sine; 1939. Fair Exhibits cash a third In one year and the year the President has announcedthat committee are Joe Arnold and

lite' existing Health Unit now While the pastor the Rev. G. .Annual i Homecoming at B. H. balance In two years if It meets the "early" Thanksgiving Carl Jhns. This committee, with
In idea will be given up and the the help of L. A. Davis, succeeded
led la the courthouse. one with the approval of Mr. Well
C. Powell, was away holding scheduled' for November
Is doing exceptional work Conference at""!*** 0 t f.o.ftgtaajjy Winner of Individual awards Not more than l.OOO feet distant entire country will again observe In getting Camp Blandlng' alert
.. :28. has been moved up to the fourth Thursday officer 'A.. L.
ii Its limited facilities.: theer at the annual Bradford County from the above-mentioned billeting Capt.
clock A. :M. Ian Sunday the
Nov'' 26. when the The in Stark will be
day quiet
Wednesday. Oliver to attend Rotary luncheon
stated, "but the program I Fair: property the Darby* bay aIV
; Methodist under t lie- ,
I and ) Tornado will with the annual
gold Thanksgiving
purple "I have been Instructed
,_ be much more effective of W. B., Sewelk....... It Kan Cora 1.2 acre plot which the City I Wedneaday.
leadership ,Bradford Park Service 8 o'clock Thur.-
: at
meet W. Moore by Col. L. A. Kunxlg to makea
the larger health center that 1. D. needed also. An appraisal committee
i ed '$900 to apply on the mew afarp.>,m. This bid fair' to be day morning In the Presbyterian ot the need for housing
i been proposed. The Health Education toe 2 r. T. Abernathy consisting of A. J. Thomas.

t at this time Is treating mai Christina erected the building adJoining 'a colorful1 event d-.3b. vI.ltorsw.11' 3. K. B. Crosby E. W. Hayes. Jo*. 11:. Wilson and Church a* the only observance. civilian employes at the Camp of
Ing on. property band 'to add] to All busmen house will remain
of 300 cases of venereal Church bring M Ckalka Caa. Maurice Edwards gave the property which there are MOW 1OO permanently -
the .
tile ,festivitle,, closed sportsmen cannot take under Civil
11. U W. SwkMMl examination and employed
besideaboldinI': thorough
a week The General 1 B R ad, of ..tbs ] of the off" to "
; advantage "day
'Following the football game a Service, Capt Oliver statad. H*
natal clinics and doing other Church mad.-4 donation of It- 2. A. i. Mann appraised It at $750. The City

ml health work, along pre. 100, and the local Church I II mak dance. sponsored by the Junior 3. H. D. May -', also voted Tuesday night to purr go hunting. Unfortunately for further stated that to.. Army ;I
will be held la the them, Thursday a "cloned" day Woptd'recommend a houing
live lines.I Woman' Club 1 antler Kaaaer Peaaat chore, Ub: It I la understood that project
ing a drive to raise an additional .* All students and alumniof In Bralfor4..Couniy, where hunt. a* soon a. tile was
I 'Is a single day recently to* which I Armory 1. C. C, Melvin. a porta-.,of the sewage disposal survey
with to complete
. attend I* is permitted only on Monday, Captain'0Ive. also\
Inlc 82 treatment for ven- within B. H. 8. 1i*urged to 1 rvmpkta plant.4U be built on this acreage. completed. ;
gave the building. They are now
Hlieaw. 14 blood teats, touraliils ; both event- 1. Mr*. Ida Joan Evoa V. Brewtoo, with the Rey- Wed__" and Friday asked taut the proper Mechanic*
and will i '
topre ,4500 of the goal con ..'The Tornadoes have recovered 2. I* A. BI"OWJI""t rNJ. ; noW*.' Brtwton. Smith and Hill The ItMf. O C. Powell, pastor be Nt''up.obe... In the Cltjr" JD4Cot.tol '
special Instruction
( tine to make personal contact "
of Methwllat will der
from the sever drubbing adtafntetcrod'fby. a. J. V. tdwttrdv: 1, t firm of engineer Jacksonville the Church further this
-Itatal opee.att Reid, ,
r the amount I la' raised ?
unto eritlr 1'.
B o 11* a McmdayRnthiulaaga 1' meeting Itvfr the Thanksgiving .*ssgt, Utf Clut listedKe ...ffit. '
''tfJ 't.a\
wa* pz< $.Cpwtci\
1WMwkQ '
class ''Ol"it t I. to be''usedtsa .l""t '
n. .IIU41IfC'
ifvirthelg ....... > and minister .C all other fecal
caMNn2y ,and aigat, an4 ar . wlttl1'r'r Church' : ftdbool1 auditorium. 4 IMkr will Jct'Ll ta % n- *
.Orahanj jyofpeeM i# *MjnaMMUigan JAoAre11Q1r/fdf "," nary survey his Beiji"U ail*""wiUireftrenc m urn I' housing preJatSr (;dt If
>( age, jI ;a.:;* ahc*. A pc4l musical prog'ttptwilt'be ) I t
-- .* of the 141, season-JaspertoJUgJttt 3. D.: W, Moore ; to the:flair aUr..oraa Starks'
attnouno4. "
CM ,ha Ha, 14
pator l reBjrtrlaft
I Therefore It'smetmr-very (Ztheru'tftd( t h e game I Flats Bynp- and **wt,projects.? *j d .tat' a t *unav y fh .
himself supervising ,th* eoturtnutlon choir' with 'Miss :Allc Fernandei .
; ,that additional apace' la and, plans to hav,;It ready, wit- .Kontlcellq the' first:ft few"",t ,mrda minute. *>4ay."lit' of. l.. FIftY: Edward,.Bf. "final plan and peclfytlons' : arenow .. director.; Circuit, Court t
M. Motf flnUhed.;
2. B. being
4 to carry on thl* Important r byvbecember''l.' : '. of all ,de
,X Gr.: Aceopn : t\l.e'' Tornadoes rGzoria- 'The general public EndsLaM'WickThe '
fray. ,
Monday' MIL: R.' Prevatt
S. R.
It In order tq ttfltr* th*. un- '' The'front'part' of.the,building. : ; 'receivingthe ,' nomination I* urged to attend)
showed great 1promlr 1 Peck Other', P.teloee
red: spread fof dl.eahsto a i.24:( x:4:> f.et..'and concists'Of -kick-oft and making a series 1. '.Joe' Grltti Swanson this service,' Fall Term of Circuit'Court !,

l portion of, o4r armed forces: two' larger Sunday' School, roomd '
of first down that brought the .* ft Fvuad Pecaa* Seen In Comeback' adjourned at 11.o'clock Thursday :
ned at Campi) Blandlng.;. The cen. and ,a. hallway. .A..t. the rear. anew ball to ,the Cadet' 30-yard line. 1. R."F.'Demoreet Two'"Go-Getter Nov. 13. with the following CAM I

,i for proposedhealttl;: kltcten Is being' built and "- the Idol of / of -
how- Gloria Swanson disposed :
thl unhappy
At 2. T. D. Dyal
and hospital baa been dcM also a storage room;making the .1ver."Boles Intercepted a forward 3. C. Van Alstla movie,, fan* of a, 'decade ago, I.i J. W. Lee colored, was arrested George May, who pleaded guilty

by Congressman Green and entire addition at the back '12x80 successful comeback, I in Madison brought to Starke t
and started a march of ,its Bundle Forage Green make a on the charge of assault with in-
I rut of 133,000has' been rewttd feet, ; Ret rooms fr both men pasa. touchdown after an absence of several' year and lodged In t b. County jail
,which ended,in a 1. H. D. May tent to commit manslaughter was
for Its construction and .and women are,being added also!.' from the screen In "Father Take Thursday of last we..b. ) on a .
to two intk..lStile 'i
sentenced serve ,
and extra point. 2. Rv F. Demorest year
pmenL "'bi addition to the mew; building,'. a Wife" starting ''at the Park charge of stealing clothes from '
From, time on It'waa' a 3. Jee Grlffla prison.Tbe. r
that, ,
-Church I la AlSo'Penovatlna' the I Ia his home In Reno.
|:"Hookworm In this county de- the : Theatre Sunday. She' costarred own .
story coding In a scor Bundle Forage, Dry gtis. of Oran A.. Weaver
d 13 percent frpm 1939 toand old part of the educational building one-sided ; with Adolphe Menjou in this Acordlng to J. D._ Rowe jailor,
and of 4.0-0 In favor,, of the visitor 1.:' C.;. S. Kelly 'clothes charged with! larceny of automobile I
the drop would have by plastering the walls j striking tory of modern mar- Lee had stolen torn Sunday -
2. Jo Grlffls 'was settled out of court..
much greater If the State ceDing the room with 15x32 Inch rlac and Its complication Nov. a, got a Job with the
HU Department had bad full tile weatherwood. Strange Drama' Egg Plant The plot deal. with the hilarious carnival that left Starke Mondaythe The following person, falling
1. :Mrs Lee Galney to appear for trial,on charge of
ration from parents In glv-' trouble surrounding the wedding 3rd, and drove a truck to '
Florida SoonThe
At Turnip magnate Madison for them. W h e n the "transporting property (or per .
( medicine as directed and National "Y" Head of a wealthy certificate of
Demorest without, public
1. R. F. son )
children "Smiling temperamental stage star stealing was brought to light, the 1
[ bad been given proper memorable 3,1 Mrs. Lee Galney a convenience and necessity. ," '

oea and other necessities If Inspects USO Through." re-filmed In technicolor \ "2 Strawberry Plants Menjou I II Ideally\ suited to the Sheriff office learned, that Lee had their cash bonds estreated: ,

th officials had had this coition the beautiful role of the excitable magnate, was In Madison. Sheriff A, O.
enhanced by
York and further Elliot Williams Reddish 150 Carl Poling
Maatlck, former New 1.,. I Virgil ;
'S. C. while :Miss Swanson Is a* glamorous Andreu and deputy J. B. Rowe
they say the percent- national chair- singing voice of Jfanette 2. Mr. H. H. Howard $100; Frank C. Smith $:10; M. B.Milligan .
l of decrease would have been senator and now MacDonald, will\ be shown at the RadUhf as ever in the part of the left Starke at 4.20: p Mt,. locatedthe $40 M. R. DePratter '
and Navy ;
man of the Army actress. got a deputy sheriffto
Mon quick-tempered negro '
YMCA was here early Florida Theatre Sunday and 1. Mr*. Lee Galney, beit-dresited him to $100; Harrison Johnson $40; A.
la program Known as the arrest him brought
[ a brief dlacuaslon'of the 'I
Lee :! Paul F. $%:).
the C. $25 Young
morning to Inspect 2. R. F. Demorest ;
In at
nth problem Mr. Allen stated Tuesday day.Teamed together for the first Carrot woman on the screen Miss Swan-I Starke and had him jail

the teen age boys In the progress and plans of Starke'snew Miss MacDonald and her son wears more than 20 chic I 8:20: P. M., just four hours later,
USO building now In process time. 1, R. F. Demorest while Monjou, Kent New House
nunlly are now "forgotten While here husband Gene Raymond, play the Froth Fruit gowns In this film,

"While the young girls of construction.guest at an 8 o'- sweethearts In this 1 Immortal 1. A. J. Thomas who holds a similar title among In Mayor's. Court Capt. and Mr. Thomas I. Wll- t'
Tt i adequate social contacts in .he was also I stars Brian masculine stars has nearly as :
by the staff story, which 2. C. Van Alstlne Allen Bon recently rented through W,
clock breakfast given JtMliyor'lI court Monday
wardrobe changes.John
various USO recreation pro- Club. Aherne. The rich musical score 3. Mrs. W, H Hinton many T. Cute Mrs. Bertha Pearce's t
of the local USO Jean- Howard Florence Rice, Green colored wall given $10
where they may meet sol- is sung as only the lovely 1 Dozen: While Egg small new residence on her property
Staff of the and Helen BroderIck or 10 days, and Lo Roy Baker
II under In addition to the who Des I Arnaz
It. Everyone
proper supervision sing her Madison street
can Van Alstlne near I'
1. Mrs. C.
Wear Is cast also colored Walt given $3: or five
Robt. the supporting
[ young men civilians are us- USD, of which saw the silent "Smiling Through"will 2. Mrs R. R. Prevatt are adequate unknown homo Capt. and Mra. Wllnon :'
break- for "assaulting an
'' excluded! from these affairs: chairman, guests at the undoubtedly want to tee this 3. Mrs. R. E. Hazen day, moved Into their new home Nov.
of Directors woman" In Reno Sunday
e they are primarily plan- fast Included the Board modern version. 1 Dozen Brown Eggs Tucker Sprains AnkleH. negro arrested 13. They leased for six months
H. V. night, They were by
tor the Army. We need a of the Army YMCA the Flor- with the of renewal. "If +
Tuesday privilege
F. Brown, I Starting next 1 T, D. Dyal E. Tucker slipped and sustained Policeman W. E. Thornton
program( of recreation and Knight: chairman; Water" described I had :50 such houses," Mr. Clute
Rotary Club; ; ida will show "Swamp 2. Mrs A. J. Thomas a severely sprained ankle According to Mayor N 1>. Waln
center where these boys may president of the of as "the strangest story 3. D. W. Moore recently while walking a gangplank wright, Jr., Allen Green took a said Wednesday, "I could rent

'.*Allen the proper social contacts" Mls3\ Evelyn Stump Club, president and Mayor ever brought to the IIcreen"' Its Gur' rnt Exhibit: Into a bout at Savannah "keepsake" away from the negro the mall In ten days or two
Woman's "
concluded. the Wainwright Jr. setting U the great Okefenokee 1. Mrs. Ruby Lee Hall Ga. He has thus been confinedto woman-a cigarette lighter weeks.

[Cbalrman Workers Nasworthy and his I and Mrs. N. breakfast D. Mr. Mas- Swamp In South Georgia whose 2. Mrs. M F. Wiggins his home for several days. See- which she had gotten from a sol

1 club were commended by Following brief description of : 700 miles of marsh and cypress 3. Mis. T, B Crosby Ing that he would be laid up for dler friend. She caled the "law". Methodist ChurchAll

for this worthwhile pro- tick gave a ,till a mystery to the people Knitting and Embroidery he decided he
of the USO and the are awhile anyhow Le Roy Baker was an acceunory, 1 :
birth services at '
the carried on by It who live around Its borders. 1. Miss Ruby Lilley would attend to two or three It was said.Paper "
being Church next Sunday will center
program well as an Mrs Florence Varnedoe hU health.
On hi. A popular novel as other details regarding '

hday Party throughout the country. where unusually successful Sat u r d ay 3. Mrs. Lillian Dodd Mrs. Tucker took him to a Jacksonville Early Next Week around the spirit of Thanksgiving.
back to Church School 10 A, M.
I!* Judy Green way USO units, Evening Post serial, S w amp Crochet hospital where he bad a II

he was also to Inspect Blandlng to Water Is different In that it be- 1. Mrs. A. D. Crosby blood-test made and wan put on Correspondents and all other Morning Worship 11 o'clock. ,

!Yea L., J. Green entertained for he stopped at Camp L. A. Kunzlg gins In brooding mystery and 2. :Mrs. Jim Graves a strict diet. He also bad Dr. contributors are eked to get Sermon Subject" : "The TriumphOf ;
daughter, Judy. Friday aft- confer with terror, but ends In sunshine freedom 3. Mrs. C. Van Alstlneullt Mark Adams remove a cyst from their news In to the Telegraph Gratitude. "

from three to five. Then camp commander. and love. Many are the <{ or Top his neck. early next week. Because: of the Youth Fellowship 8:SO P.o'clock.M.

being Judy's sixth birth- legends about the swamp. Few 1. Mrs. H B. Crosby annual observance of Thanks Evening Worship' 7:30:

[J'nilversary., | Attend District MeetingOf who entered It ever lived to.J.ftura :!- 2. Mrs. O. E. Stansbury Elder-John giving Day the paper will be Sermon Subject: "Hountifully" d
but still ungrateful
and green formed the color Epworth LeagueThe and tell of their experiences. 3. Mis. J. M. "Lee printed on Wednesday Instead ofThursday. Supplied, ,

fI11e In decorations and re- I criminals mad e It their Other Needlework' Miss Darrah Johns, daughter of There will be no Wednesday

nts. The huge birthday : following persons attendedthe Many home while hiding from the law 1. Mrs. John Uglow Mr. and Mra. 1... D. Johns of Hell- Night Service but all are Invited'

spelled "Happy Birthday sub-District Fellowship Meet- until the alligators o r deadly 2. Mrs J, L. Williams bronn Springs, became the brideof Gem Jewelry Prizes to join In the Union Thanksgiving
at Service at The Presbyterian
Ing of the Epworth League them.Football 3. Mrs. Lillian Dodd Eugene Elder, of Lawtey on
rimes and contests were play- Campvllle Thursday night, Nov. snakes got Canned Vegetable Saturday Nov. 8 The ceremony Frank De Verna. with the 43rd Church at 8 A. M.\ T h u sday >1

mu the Sewell. Catherine took place at the Presbyterian Division Signal Corps. Camp Morning.
hostess, assisted by 13: Virginia 1. Mrs. D. D. Dyal .
Fk 9ernice' Opperman and Mrs. Nollman Jewel and Frances Paw- TuesdayThe 2. Mrs. Warren Perkins Church In Starke In the presence : Blandlng, was the winner of the G C. owell, pastor ;y

\ Lee Davis, and James grand prize given away last Saturday
Barefoot Colley. Ida of Miss Betty Ross
A. Crosby
served ice cream ell. Frances 3rd Air Force football 3. Mrs.: C.
M cake] to the following Elton Powell Leonard and Billy\ Field, Tampa Canned Fruit Johns, brother of the bride. The at the Gem Jewelry-a Owen Pel/nan Kedd '"
II young O. C. Powell team from McDIH of the $37.50 Bulova wa t c h. Veacla: ;
: Rev. and Mrs. 1. Mrs. A. D. Crosby Rev. C. H. Allen pastor
** Blair and Mrs. will meet the Station Hospital officiated. Howard, pharmacist In Carpenter' Mr. and Mr, Felman T. Redd .
Mrs. William at 2. Mn. F. T. Abernathy church,
JW Smith Madeline WttI Blandlng birth of
from Camp the
eleven senior in Bradford drug store was the lucky of Lawtey announce
Carol Jennings P h o ebe L. F. Smith. Bradford Park Tuesday night at 3. Mr. 3. C. Jones The bride Is a Owen Felman Redd In St. \ '
> presented a High School while Mr. Elder winner of the second prl.ze-a a lon,
Wary Sue Epperson. SuInlHIps. The Starke group o'clock according to an announcement JeUU- worth Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville, f
8 and
and a fellowship la a machinist at Camp Islan Ronnon lighter case
Thanksgiving program 1. Mrs. R. R. Prevatt
Grace Thlgpen, received here yes Nov. 19. Mrs. Redd
refreshmentswere their homeIn $895.: Jo Ann Dink Ins drew the Wednesday!
will make
Williams period and :2Sc 2. Mrs. H. D. May ding. They
Delano Thomas terday. Admission will be numbers wa* formerly Mlsa\ Betty Phillip. ",
Wise Edward Priest WalIetalttgs enjoyed by about 100 youngpeople. and Me. (Continued On Pace Eight) Lawtey.



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I" NOV 21 |1941


U.FOltll' H298, Lawn of Florida. Act. of 7. "
nnrriT {.O..T. Iltt knowledge mliraom
capacity and the genius of its leaders. will occupy the apartment vacated turvn.if Ki.onii iv -HMKHV' JSS7! known an. the Ml'llPHY ACT. and hell.'".JftlanriS'
land In .
deHcrllipd ..
The Bradford County Telegraph Mr and Mrs. Ivan Hazen. James H, UlHhop. Plaintiff vs. l Dora the following <
by Florida, will benffered ... M
When we compare America with any Illxhiip. Defendant <1'11" No. 15 5.OIlflKK Hradfrird County "' 5-111, ? r
Mrs. J. A. Lander' IB upending OF prUMfATIO.N' AND for Hale at public outcryfor who .
Khtnbllxlind 1877MEMBER other country in the world, i t seems as the week with her mother, Mrs. NOTK'B APPUAKSTAIi ,; the highest and l>et cash bid, the book. of the, "
I of the lrunteecof lees. l px
right hold
FLIltll.1 to: Dora HUbJprt to the stuck|
': F al..1
though God has showed" us with favors Bass, at Avon Park Bishop of WIllBcowhee, (Cieorglt the Internal Improvement Fund capacity ether iha, ,I, 'I

FLORiaPRESSASSOCJATIONNATIONAL ; \ which have been denied to all other people. Mr.' and Mrs. Merrill Robinsonand December You are 22 ieiiulri"d 1941 to In appear tho aboven"n..d on I CnurthnuMe to reject any beginning and all nt bldH 10:00, :at the o' fide rvution owner to hell and,,Ih t, ''I"if, "'

children, Betty Jean and Lad- Court and cause, wherein clock A. M. <>n the I ijt h., day of perenn, UB H.I| 'J
EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Practically anything you can think of- die Sunday of Mr. plaintiff M-ekn dlvirc-e, Uradfnrd Paremhor' A. !>.. 1941, Basement for an any ; II, ,', ,.
were guests ..
of 200 feet wideshall In the aid utoc'k-,
TelfKt-aph shell puMlith this road right way I 4,I' ,
1Q41 food, housing, raw materials, comfort, gold, and Mrs J. L. Robinson. County In next four weekly Issues.H'Itness t>.. rl'Kfrveil from any parcel securities than as i ,
J!:. L. Matthews ______..?_.___ Editor and Owner Order hard and official Heal through which there IH an existing 'I'00 ,', ,I ;
education freedom churches-we have in of my JLtT1' \ )
Mrs Wilbur Davis Tampawas at Sturke.! Fin. this Nov. 15, 1941. State: Hoad.E' Sworn tn and : ,Bylt
--- SCWSCKHTIOX ICATK greater abundance than other nation. a guest of Mrs. P. D. Fan. OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. ThomaH," I of W'/i' nf 8F.V of NKM. gee m. this 81h day ,?111'' ",, brOFFICiAII /
any this week. a. Clerk of mild Court. 11-21 4t 12-12 12. Tw|>, 5 ,H. It. 22 R., 10 Acres ( fotAI.1, \ i I
Yearly, 1.73s: Six Months, ,I.()(). Thanksgiving is, the time for us to reflect cher for several days Knight A: Knight, Attyn. for Mf. Lot* 21, 22 In Woodlawn Sec 13, Clerk or Circuit r.., ". '
Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger and Twp. B S, It. 22 H., 20 Arren.THfSTKRH I Bradford ;r" "tt' riv
on these blessings and to pledge our- OF INTERNAL:: IMPHOVKMKNT I Stalled 'd.
published Weekly on Fridays and Entered M Sec. son. Bradley were guests Sundayof 'TU-H OK IM'IKVIIOV '1'Oltlt.lw'rl FUND STATE: -

cod Clans Matter at the Pont Office at Starke, Fla. selves to their preservation. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley., !> .:R riC'liriOl *AWH.Notlf OF FLORIDA. : C'.HC" IT Cot 111'.
;; .. In hereby given that the ny A. J. Thomas Agent" TnuHteenI. Cll'\T1. F.OIl''1111, 1111\111'
Throughout the world today millionsof Mr. and Mrs J. G. Godwin and undersigned under the provUluimf I. Fund County. its'rtTErIIdT (''':U Y.0.. 4r7na-4:. \ lit'
children Jimmie and Harold Mr. Clmpter JOUS3, Lawn of Florida. Arne Hauser. Plahnltt
Americana Need Two Thanksgivings people are looking to America with envy and Mrs. Leo Wiggins and daughter Acts of 1941, will register with the Hau"lr. ltet.ndlll1l. r.nN; S v,> I
Clerk of the Circuit Court. In and OF TUB OWKlt.MIIIP. lIROE nl 1"'JiLI, I
To Do The Job Up Right and with hope. The unfortunate people of Marie, and Robert Kite attended fur Bradford County, "Florida he M t\.tRK>IK\T.. CIHCI I.A- ANI I> NOTit'B To A 'A"'I' 'IJ1,
Jacksonville fictitious name of Tlo'i4': .. ....:'M IIIKI: > IIV TILE STATE 01' 1.0HIIJ.\, to BI\
Maybe it is a little confusing have Europe and Asia see our country as the the circus In I Park Cafe A Friendly Flare, ACT OF fO'>UIIK! /il OF AKilMT nla.Hauger. I'hlll.d'II.hll< Pel1n.[
under which we are enquired and
Saturday.Mr. :1-1. 1111:1.
nearest thing to heaven on earth-and they doing bUNlnera at of Bradford County Telegraph You are r."lrpct ,
two Thanksgivings every year, but the more and Mrs. G. A. Richardsonand Street December I. appear"
lld-120 South Walnut weekly at Starke, Flor Ioct.. 1941 In
also see us as the one nation which has Florida.. r.ubIlMh..d named Court Ih' >
family of Crescent City weJ'eguests Stnrke Bradford County October 1. 1941.8TATK and ,Suet Kttl
we think of it, the more logical the idea strength the morale and vision needed to That the said business U owned : OF FLORIDA > clfu'nty"TVr.r.ph"' (... Brnd'"
( Sunday of the Rev. and and operated l by the following interested I ) SB -hall

seems. make the world of the future a better placeto Mrs. L. A. Shepherd. parties: SIT Call.Street COUNTY: OF BRADFORD ) this Issues Order. ill next IoU I Pul ar.
Oeorge Kopelnusos Ilofore me, A. J. Thomas, Clerk
This year, at least, Americans have so live in. Mrs. J. G. Godwin, Mrs. R. J. iStarke, Fla. I nf the Circuit Court In and for theState I Witness WA nrfl'
Nick KtuverlanoH, 337 Call Street, and aforesaid I at Slarke, ?,. lul'
county person1 '
many things to be thankful for that it might A world made up of countries like Kite Mrs. Paul McLendon Mrs. Stake Flu. 1 I ally appeared. Jo,. L. Matthews, who, (OFFICIAL SKAI.I, V i\hu,,
L. F. Chapman Mrs. J. L. Robinson At Htarke, Bradford County, FlorIda having been. duly sworn accordingto tt" Si1"1* ot "al'<>"''''ui,i H.' ;iThl, ,
well require two days to do an adequatejob America is the dream of all other peoples.We and Mrs. R. Fancher shoppedand thin 23rd, day of Sept. 1941.! law deposes and says that he itl'fo ->", Ju'k '410' I}
11-21 1212.: Plf.
,Is the owner of the- Bradford
of giving thanks. should thank God that we happen to visited In Jacksonville Mon. County Telegraph and that the following I
\ In, to the best of his knowledge i.v: C'IRTIT '
Perhaps one Thursday should be devoted ba part of this great free nation and ask day \OTIOH APPI.K'ATIOV and belief, a true statementof Cot'\1'1' 10'1'\1( 01 liT, pgtlr
Mrs. P. D. Fancher, Mrs. M. E.Grlner Foil TIX ..ntut the. ownership management etc.. CERY. 1\ lit
( to giving thanks for our personal God to help us in the major role which we Mrs. Wilbur Davis, Mrs\ Henat* 11111 IV... K :'O nf the aforesaid publication for the Ornery Hires. Plxlntitt.
NOTICE! 18 HEKKI3Y GIVE, date shown In the above! caption, Hires. ve, A
blessings and the other for our country- have assumed in spreading the gospel of Madge Bozart and Mr. and Mrs.H. That Charley B. John holder of required hv the Act of August 24. n.tolld."I. (f'RM" Kt ;

D. Holmes visited In Lake City Tax Certificate No. 434, issued the 11)12.) embodied In section 443 Foetal ANI> NOT1CEPVuhAITEAiHireslWhosereeldence
for its freedom its riches Its production freedom to all of mankind.
P4 2nd day of September' A. O. 1'J.IS Laws and Regulations" printedon :
Sunday. hud filed I same In my office andhas the reverse of this form to wit: t'nkn,
I I.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. BouvIer made application for a tax deedto 1. That the names and addressesof You are ulred
b.. issued thereon. Said certificate the publisher editor. \ managing December 1,.1 to appear'
THERESSA went to Mclhtosh Saturday. Their embrace the following described editor, and buslnoss managers are: named Court and Ie I the a
II Hampton Happeningsby I By Mrs. II. D. May little granddaughters, Patriciaand property In the County of Name: of Publisher, E. L. Matthews plalntlff seeks divorce CR"O", vk
Bradford, State of Florida to-wit:: Post office address, Starke, County Telegraph shall Tired
Eleanor, accompanied them Com at a pt. 106 ft 8 of NW Cor In next tour ?abllsk I IOrd..r
I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett home. nf /t.otNNr.t.Fs( run H 665 ft, Fla.Name of Editor E. f.. Malth.w..1 my hand and w offlclaT'
, ( O. P. WADSWORTH ENJOYS: and daughter of Eustls have been Dr. Hembree of Cross City has H :. W 625 ft to Post office address, Starke. Fla. at Starke Fla. this Oct. an. l>
Mr. M. W. Morrow beg. Sec. 33 Twp. 6 N. It. 22 K., (OFFICIAL
visiting friends and relatives accepted the position recently vacated containing 5 Acres, more or lens.The Managing As Clerk of said court. t
Matthews, Post t flee address, 10-31 411
dinner for assessment of the said. 0 Jaa
DELEGATION surprise birthday prop- M. Peeler
HAMPTON Dr. Jacksonville
by Kelly. Stark. Fla. ,
here.Mrs. erty under the said certificate issued Atty. for plf.
MEETS GAINESVILLE C. OF C. G. P. Wad worth, local turpentine R. M. Hersey Is visiting was In the name of Mra. Annie 2. That the owners are: E. L.Matthews
'.. 11: cmcriT<< rornr. BRADFORD Starke, Fla, -
farmer, took place at his I E. Pettlt.
A croup of Hampton citizens relatives In Jacksonville this ('OI: '''Y, FLORIDA .:CHANCKRY! 3. That the known bondhold..ra.morl"'a. I.V: CIRCriT COIUT, aa4pp
q met with the Gainesville Chamberof home Monday Night Making up week. Freeman P. McUowan, Plaintiff. v. Unless laid according certificate to law shall theproperty bredeemed .. ........ and other security COUNTY, FLORID.'I n CH
the group of guests were: Mr. and Alta Mabel Mcltowan, Defendant.Case .' hAtitoratowainjY or holding 1. percentor 'ERr.
Comerce Friday night, and discussed described therein ba Teoba'ld
Mrs Lydia Hall was visiting In No. 103. more of total amount of bonds,
Mrs. W. M. WI J. B. old to the highest bidder at the DanlelasBuliannvlcs'Ferl ,
m berly, I other securities
prospects and plane for the Starke Friday. ORDER PUBLICATION AND court houae dour on the flrat Monday mortgage, or are: '""",
M1 I I. Florence GUI NOTICE TO APPEAR None. fendant. Case No. ISM,
Alexander, a I I
Hampton-Camp Blinding Military In the month 'ot January 1942, -
". That the two paragraphs
and Mrs Sam Anderson, all of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur MillIken OF FLORIDA to: AltaMabel which I. the 5th ,,dan of January, .._ NOTICIIPTOLPPEAv
Access Road.Highlights : .MoO.w.". whose residence next *b gtvlnir! the "na .of AND :
Starke and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon and children of OcaJa were visiting In Unknown. '' feu.Dated the owner .stockholders, and security STATE OF FLORIDA to D.r
of the meeting pointto Wadsworth Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivanover You an required to appear on this 19th day of November. holders, If any, contain not Buljanovlc Fernhlna, "boaa
securing the right of. way as of Hampton. January 5th., 194} In the above 1941.OFFICIAL. only the list of stockholders and dance Is Unknown
the weekend.Mrs. named Court and cause, wherein ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas security holders as they appear upon I You are required to uppwr
loon a* possible and using this asa Mr. Kenneth LaChance is the John plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford the bonks of the company but December 1. 1941, I In the i
basis for pushing' toe early guest of her mother, Mrs. Clara Sullivan and son County Telegraph shall publish this County Florida. 11-21 4t 1J-1S 'd'.rl"or cases where the stock I named Court and cause, wlu
Order In security holder plaintiff seeks
Joe of Waldo were visiting Mr. next four weekly Insue. appears divorce Brad
,completion of the road. Stone. Mrs. LaChance haa..pent and Mrs. J. Witness my hand and official Heal upon the books of the County Telegraph shall puhllKh
Those. the months SaranacInn Zelgler Tuesday at Starke, Fin., thin Nov. 18 1941.OFFICIAL NOTIC B trustee or In any other fiduciary Order In next four weekly .In
the at.
citizens making trip summer Mr. and :Mrs: P: W. DampIer { SEAL) A J. Thomas., Bradford County. FloridaNovember relations the name of the personor Witness mv hand and official
to Gainesville were: Saranac N. Y. an Clerk of said Court. 11-214112-11 18th.. 1941. corporation for whom such trustee I at Starke. Fla. this Oct 30.
and, infant son have moved to C. C. Wynn, T. C. Chastaln, H. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Belts left .
Starke. Attv for Plf' pursuant to 8 *rtlt>n9 of Chapter the f-nH two paragraphs contain Clerk nf snM emit* ,D. a'
B. Wiggins, J. W. Home M. M. for Sarasota Monday to attend the !

Matchett, D. W. Johnson and J. funeral services of Mr. Belts' James Swindell was visiting
friends In Lake Geneva
U Wynn. brother.>. Sunday.
Ruth Hall of
Patsy Starke
HOSTESS: AT SHOW'Ell Miss Hazel Brown spent Saturday -
In Jacksonville. spent the week-end ,with her cousin -
On Monday afternoon' Mrs. Grace Dickinson. ANNOUNCING
Emplatamdreauxgave; a shower Mr. and Mrs H. D. Burton and
Melba Powell of :Miami Is visit-
honoring Mrs. Gertrude Morganof family of Crescent City were I
Ing her aunt Mrs. E. S. SIbley.I .
QalQe 'vllle. Many lovely and week-end guests of. Mr., and Mrs.

,useful gifts were presented) by the I. J. Chason, I James Trlest of Starke has

and and contests Mrs. Eliza Hall spent the week 'been a recent visitor In Theressa.
guests, games
.were: enjoyed, 'during the after. end In High Springs with her Our boys are being called awayto 1942 CHEVROLET TRUCKS

',apon., !(rs Frank Williams of sister, Mrs. A. P. Stringer. Mr. aerve In Uncle Sam's great

Cajnesville and 'M.... M. C. Vlntng and Mrs. Marvin Williams, Sunday army. and our very best wishes

;...it.ttid.the? hostess.Mr. .. guests of 'Mrs. Stringer accompanied go with every one of them.
? "
r. Mr. Hall on the return -
; and' Mrs. James S., Kelrtrn trip. : SAMPSON CITYBy
were business "Visitors in Gainesville Olin Beadenbaugh of .Tacks on- ,
Mrs. J. E. Jones
Monday afternoon( I' esQent'the: week-end with hisparents. .

Lea.tonV'nn, Purvis Hazen Mr. and Mrs. L. 'L, Bead Mr. and Mrs. Artford Brownare

and Billy flaxen: were visitors In enbaugh. spending the week-end ,with i

Gainesville Monday. Mrs Dorothy Williams) and Mr and Mrs. L. A. Brown at {

Mrs. Purvis Hazen and -Mrs. Ed Mrs. Geraldine havereturned to Brooker.Mr. .

,Silvernall were shoppers. 'In Jacksonville their homes In Gainesville aftera and Mrs. W. H. Smith made ,,,

Tuesday.: week's visit with their parents. a business trip to Jacksonvillethis

Miss Mary Brown' of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Johnson. week.
several last'week tl ,
pent days
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Santag were Mr. and Mrs Curtis Varnesand
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. I*
Sunday visitors in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs Buford McKinney -
'Mr were shopping In Starke Fri
and Mrs. E. T. Evans spent
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kite attended 1
the week-end day night. #,
with the fOl'mel"aparents
the circus In Jacksonville,
Saturday. in Fitzgerald Ca. Rufus Crosby and Ruby Crosby .-'xt-

Mrs. Ethel Jones Is upending Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wycroftof 'of Pine Level were attending to

the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Kings ley Lake' spent Monday business here Saturday afternoon. s
afternoon' with Mrs. M. L. Mrs. J., C. Sapp and Margaret
Curtis Dees of Plant City. '. w
terson:; Brown were shopping In Starke
Mrs. C. M. Dean leon spent .

Thursday with Mrs Joe Spark- Mr. and 'Mrs. M. L. Watterson Saturday. afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones visited
man, of Gainesville were business visitors In Jackson
friends In f
> Mrs.- D. W. Johnson spent the vlUe Friday afternoon. Sunday.

week-end with her daughters, Mrs. Frederick Watterson of Jacksonville J. D. Maynor of Wlldwood was
visiting In Sampson City I 1 as t
Dorothy Williams and Mrs. Geraldine spent the week-end with week. 1

Morgan, both of Gaines his parents,, Mr. and Mrs :M.
vme.f Watterson. 1.1 :Mrs. J. C. Sapp and Mrs.\ Gilbert 1l

Brown were In Gainesville on .
f business Tuesday. : .n> <. .... 64

HIGHLAND of Jacksonville and the Rev. and MODELS

By Miss_ Beth Wimberly Mrs. B. H. Rawles and family of FLA. STATE FARM 9 wHEEIBgSES

High Springs attended church at AT
D. C. Reid and daughter, Sally Union Sunday and were dinner By E. It. Bou>ler LOWEST PRICES

and Martha of J tax villa were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. ARMISTICE IIRIUOE PARTY

visitors i here Wednesday. Crawford. Mrs. Oscar Partney was hostess
Edwin' Hlggtnbotham( of Max- Mrs. Martha Anderson and Mrs.G. to members of the regular Weekly They're GEARED TO HAULAGE LEADERSHIP for the Defense POWERFUL

vine and 'J. R. Smith and Tom B. Johns visitors Bridge Club ,
were to Mac- Tuesday evening.
'Handley of Baldwin were visitors clenny Sunday. Celebrating Armistice Day Mrs. Program-these massive, long-lived Chevrolet trucks for eST-seuiNG

here Mrs.Wednesday N. T. Green of.of last Starke week.was Miss RoHha Morgan spent the Partney decorations.used As,red, flowers white and blue '42. That's why they have the strongest appeal among TRUCKS

week-end here with Miss Effie are so

last visiting week.C. relatives. here Thursday of Crawford.Mr. scarce ribbons and candles madea buyers who wunt powerful, dependable, economical a .
pretty change.
M. Griffis and Mrs. Wini- and Mrs. R. N. Crawfordand was won by Mrs. Jim Highest Rltch.score At trucks capable of HAULING EVERYTHING AMERICA NEEDS .
daughter E f fIe i attended .I .
fred Wimberly were shopping In each of four tables those winning
church at Union Sunday, I
Jacksonville Thursday of last In bingo were Mrs.\ M. E. Grlner
Miss Vivian Roberts of Mac- !Mrs. I. A. Wiggins Mrs Robert < The 1942 Chevrolet trucks are yond any haulage equal; and ((3)) CH

week.Mrs.. Thompson Mrs Sunny clenny spent the week-end herewith Kite and Mrs. Morgan Rlcbarde. built for these times-built to give they're surprisingly dependable, as GIVE ROLE1'

Grlffls, and Miss Bernlce: Griffis ter.her brother-in-law A guest high was given to Mrs.CrosBman extra-efficient haulage service their record A.A.A. tests prove! CkFyRptO'andthenewChevroletswith FEATURES

of Lawtey were visiting Mrs. Ellen I kins. while Mrs. O. L. Kelly "LoadChoose Chevrolets and you'll "OIC' or L EADIRU"Master" "

Norman Thursday of last was presented with a going 'NoIN,
away engine have the followown the trucks that Int er R. / / _
'week. gift of pottery by the club. Mrs. t pulor.a ...
Fred D. Long and George Prescott GRAHAM Partney served hot tea, sand ing outstanding qualifications for are geared to haulage Ta Ad, !4-J:.... "od.la, R.o cM Irpl? Da/l.a?ed

. made a trip to Cedar Keys By Mrs. L. C. Smith wiches and mints. All prizes the Job: leadership for the Def.nMPlan.._ .':fllne, "'//tit ."tr" Or "LoOd'Moll.,.

} and Chlefland last week-end. were Thrift Stamps.Mr. Defense Program- Return all Oddltlonol h0r"A0""'.r
\ Little Bud Harley returned to JESSE: C.IIX DIES | (1) They're the most powerful geared to"standthegaff" Motor Your II".. .r.o.SlONoOItl" lfry dtar q". t 0'

his home Friday after spending a Funeral services for Jesse Cain and Mrs. H. B. Frazee and ,of the biggest-selling! low-priced of these Truck O"CC1l.A"NG Duly '
hard-working :; : ode'
'OI.s. : :
f few days with his grandmother, were held Tuesday at Mt. Sinai children, Morgan and Betty of :trucks; (2) they're economical be- Inventory Card.THRIFTCARRIERS Alt

: Mrs. Permenter. near Lawtey.J. conducted by the Rev. G. E. Mc- Jacksonville and Mrs. Ed Feingold fast-moving times! Olt eRA fJ R0NT

F. Grlffls, Miss VIrgle Grlffla Gauley. Mr. Cain died' suddenly of Boston. Mass., were guests of I Aut/" E DrE1RXr.

Edwin Grlffls and Romeo as he was going to work Mon. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Sat H'rp0l'0 'fAlt

_' Prescott were visitors to Starke 1'day I morning. He Is survived by urday. AXLE

Saturday. his widow and three children, Ivan Hazen has resigned his FOR THE NATION

Mrs. Thelma Dyal. Mrs. Irene position at the Farm and Is now

BOOTSEY'S BEACHBy Ratcilff. and Bill Cain of Graham. employed by the Cummer & Sons

Funeral services were under the Lumber Co., in Jacks onville.
Miss Ktrie Crawford
direction of Key McCabe of Jacksonville Friends here regret the departureof

Mrs. Lizzie Lee and son Robert Mr. and Mrs. Hazen.

and Mrs. Henry Byrd all of Mulberry Miss Jane Smith of Madisonwas Torode
spent the week-end herewith M.. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and the week-end guest of Mr. Chevrolet Compati]
sons, Charlie and Bobble attend.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Johns. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman.Mr. .

1 Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaaklns ed church services in Gainesville and Mrs. J. M. Smith of

and family, and Mrs. Jean Gas- Sunday. Wacahoota 1William Edwards : Starke, FloridaALL

kina spent the week-end In Jack. Little Kenneth McRae of Tampa of Ocala and Mrs. Hen !

sonville with relatives. la visiting his grandparents, Mr rietta Todd of Gulfport Miss. ;

Mr. Ray Quinn and son Algie and Mrs. S. T. Thomas. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M.

of Avon Park were visiting Mr. and Mrs.' Alvin Wasdln of E. Grlner Wednesday. CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED TO FLORIDA NOT DRIVEN -

friends and. relatives here Satur Patterson Ga., visited the bedside Mr. and Mrs. R. Fancher are

day.Mr. of the former's mother, Mrs. H. moving to"the Farm. Mr. FancherIs so they come to you genuinely NEW!

and Mr*. Charlie. Hersey D. Wasdln, over the week-end. employed here as tailor. They,


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[ Bradford County High ,School Journal = :I

EDITOKIAL.EditorinChiefMarjorle STAFF Bradford Hi Plans Odds And Ends Bolles Downs B. H. S. Poet's I I
Grand Progress Fifth Grade News xnnn OF. 'pr.'TIO
Thompson HomecomingThis KOli 1't\ Mt.KIIenalr : :
Reporter Thanksgiving is Just around thelorner 40-0 Monday Night I <.. Hill ,... KM 1
Social ;
Hello friends! This work we 3-" :-O.J. 1H IIKItKHY liVEN
Sllcox. Margie Mathews, year's annual homecoming i and the old turkey is nigh- Play Jasper Thai Rosy A, Hay*., holder of
raIdlne porothy Green which will be held Wednesday ing his doom. Some people will Today have stalled a new column in our We have elected new clans of- Tax Certificate<< No 4.14, l issued the

Special Features night November 26 at eight 0'- | double their celebrations this Monday. night Bolles Military deal' ole') B. H. S. Journal. The ficers to serve for the next two 2ml ban day filed: of some Heptemher In my A office l>. 135 anti

Ovid Pulch. Joe clock at the blazing beautifully year. Lucky tummies! Don't I out-maneuvered purpose Is to nee If "oe have months has made application for ala.
aN Hayes. Bradford with a any they are: lined to be |Issued| thereon Haiti, .."...
[ Lander decorated Bradford Park will be wish I could get a chance at: all\ series of long passes and short so-called hidden talent for writing President June! Caldwell. lit.....'. embraces the following.*
Reperlenou f for the usual cost 50c for adults those eats twice a month. Oh, aterala. Bradford d..llh..1 property In the Count* p
junior well. I waa definitelynot verse In our school. Each week Vice-rt'.hlent Doris Mon. of Kradfoitl slate uf Klnrtd. to
and 25c have 1 1cl'l..t.
Edna school one
Davis. Nina Bishop. children. advantage. I out-weighed. Bolles just has wit:
Edwards The sponsors selected by and know I'll not have to take but a good team. All touchdowns but there will be published a poem Lots I. a, 1, 4. T nf Ttlk 1

1et1 __________ Patsy Roberts from the senior class are Patsy one' done of bicarbonate of soda. one or two were scored by long written either b y a student or Secretary Velma Dew.Reporters 22 Lincoln F;. City Sec. 83 Twp| dS.il

NeWS ________ Mae Parker Roberts and Margie Mathews for "There Is always something to be passes, a reflection on Bradford'spass some famous poet. Different students Vivian I McRae, : The assessment of the mlu
\\all property under the said certificate
Sportl ______ ;Buddy Davis Starke and Geraldine Silcox and thankful for, is the old saying defense One touchdown will be asked their favorite Audrey Moore. ...".eI was In the name of Un

_._ Douglas Hazen Jacqueline Speaking of being thankful don'twe made known.
--- Andrews for Monti. wan when a man was able
Qte wish poem each week. Be thinking 3-B Unless paid certificate shall b*
"special Features cello the team which will furnish we had a new school to get past Bradford's line and redeemed accordingto law the
building to be thankful about your favorite because We are that Dnnlella described will\
Joe Lander the entertaining for. made a sixty-yard The poem sorry Jordan property therein be
Hayes run.
opposition for the
Eto old
to the hl.hen bidder at tae
Junior Reporters Tornadoes. The escorts will be Flash!IOuI' second senior lassie final score was 40-0. you may be asked any day to has moved to Miami Flor courthouse door on the first MCA

Lou Nina Bishop ShirIT Vernon to take those It, If ida. We will miss her very much. i day In the month of Donvraberk I
Davis, cox ,' Billy Dowltng! marriage vows- But altogether Bradford did not you can write a poemthat's Joan I Iname.1 141. which la the lut day of De.cember J '
alley\ Marjorie Gilder EdnaEnrds. Frank Oliver and Mac McCoy respectively. Miss Darrah Johns Is now Mrs. do so'bad.. Their opponent were just what we want. So Carpenter brought a "book 1941.Uat.d I
"The Wizard Oz. this: 17th day of '
Martha Markey, Eva. Eugene Elder. To honor this recent from one end of the country'to come on and put your heads together We 141lOPKICIAL.,

Galney I At this special Thanksgiving bride the second year Home the other and I render a guess and lei's turn out some I Junior are proud of. our new KHAL our'J Thomas.
Economic of Red Croon Plnn. We think Clerk of circuit Hra.lford i
Girl's Sports time girls which Darrah that !some! of the good ones!
our hearts are naturally boys are goingto Mrs. Brown Is proud of her County: Florida 10-31 4t llilTe
C.al Peele.Please filled with Joy, there will be an member are staging a super- school at Bolles for the specific We have a poem which one of too.

Immense welcome for the visiting | duper surprise party for her Tues purpose of playing football.Br'adford'5 our Juniors likes Marlon Crews. Janet Anderson" brought' rellevMUery .
day, third
period. From pots and COLDS
alumni and friends who witness first string has two visitor
to school. She Is little Jo- lOt
'et pans to rolling pins and "TREES"
future battles
this event. The sponsors will decorate on hand. One Is Ann Smith.

| that all of you high the Park. They are putting will be her gifts. I'll givean with Ja.per. Last year Jasper I Joyce KilmerI Patsy Dew .

I suppose forth their best up-to-the-minute account o f tossed Bradford to a loss of 19-0. think reporter.STENOGIt.tPII ".'..'. Tablet 1
efforts that I shall
001 I I students have noticed theulet" should ; so the entire party In the next edition This is expected to be a battle never see 6 6: 6 tjU4M. lire**
you show your appreciation poem as lovely as : I
JA a tree. K n S NOT I
posters hanging: in the up- and Interest I heard the girls had quitea royal. j I Couaa. Dr.aTrr >. "
by attending. l',1DS-15c: eaeh-RRADFORI'!
r. halls. It seemed to be time. We planning this party aecretely. The last game In to be withMontlcello's A tree whose hungry mouth I I" ('OUXTTEI.nH.o: \"... ".....-"..'.1...."-* WanderfiilPrompt J

r a surprise to some of the 2nd Grade Stories2B of hope Darrah will get Tigers here next pressed Lhtiweat 'Ir.
enough those required articlesto
Against the earth's sweet flowing -
Wednesday, This In Bradford'sHomecoming.
udeotL Evidently they don'twhat set up housekeeping.Guess breast;
Four of our senior

"quiet" in the halls The second grade took great I'll never grow up, I still girls have been choacn for sponsors. A tree that looks at Service Careful Drivers
God all
fuu. it means that before and ) ]love a circus with all the trimmings day
That Is
school at recess and noon, pride in marching in the paradeon one game which And lifts Its leafy arms to play;
nr pop coin peanuts
armistice candy must not be lost Bradford
Day. We learn-
between classes you overflow-are to ing a new flag song and are drawing' and cracker jacks. "The Biggest knows little about this team, asthis A tree that may In summer wear Starke Taxi Service
ppress some your beautiful flags !In our art class.I I Show on Earth" was more of a IB a first time for them to A nest of robins in her hair; ,
enthusiasm and put your thrill than to hear Rochester meet In combat The entire school .
The class i
d I on more important things. was very enthusiastic (Jack Benny's negro butler) givIng Is looking forward to this Upon whose bosom snow has lain,
en there Is a great deal oflite and about we have joining the Red Cross, I Cairaichel the bear a bath.I as a full two and a-half hourspackt'd Who intimately lives with rain. Locally Owned and Opeated

there always follows a cerla our membership i ] saw that Joe
Andrews Marian
with thrills and I do not
I cards on the board. Poems are made tools
by like
| me. Phone 150
amount of hysteria. It not Brown] and Lucille Johnson were think they'll.be disappointed 13K

Jy puts the teachers' nerves onijebut We are glad to have Georgia about as thrilled as I was when A BRADFORD BOOSTER. But only God can make a tree

often makes the student Lamkin and Johnny Warren backIn those beautiful and curious old We hope you have enjoyed this Day Night

,pt his carefully prepared les- school after being 111 for sev- Mother Goose characters started Grade poem. Next week we will bring

nor makes him so nervous that eral days. 11 marching with Old King Cole and Eighth News another to you. So bye' now!

cin't do anything.: It seemsjsposslble Mrs. Biownlee. | l his court leading. Joe's eyes practically 8In -/\ -By Opal Peele. t

that this noise in the popped out of his head when
Mrs. Anderson's
%-1' room we
could cause so much die he saw 25 people and a donkey
Roy Brooks entertained the are proud to report that we are '
iv (
but It does.Haven't' alight from .tniiiT. nn..nFO.U)
brace one small No
second grade with a party before car 100 per cent Red Cross. We had rot MTV, ....ORIU.' t\ tlltMCKHV. -
noticed that inLpltal : Joe, .
you you weren't dreaming: It
leaving for Akron Ohio. We $2.04. We are enjoying our new Thnnmn "rHRIR'JIIf
are Francl Burke
zones or In the neighbor really happened. All In all It
sorry to have him leave us. teacher Mrs. Ingwalson. She v*. Mnricaret M. Burke, Defendant. ;
hod of Illness signs are always was a magnificent show and i it shows Cane No IMSCIHDRH .
We made us experiments that are
Turkey spelling booklets f>v rnnt.icATiov
fcetd :
inking you to be quiet? was wonderful to see the resultof AND NOT1CK
for' the month of November. very Interesting. ATPRAIl
Hd'i remember that these signs : years and years of training, STATH (CF FLOltlDA tot' Marffnret -
I We are learning a new Ion g Reporter. M. 1111 r k of IU.tl..ld,
fm put up for our good and no! on the part of the animals performers *4M .
about Old Jack Frost .lvlnaaton; Apart
wfor! display. Save your noise I and trainers. 8-1 Clients, 13 Heconil HI" reel. Do Your Trading

)i outdoor activities and be quiet ; Phoebe' Bradley brought a Too bad the game was called We all like our new teacher, December You are required. to appear on
large cocoon to school. We have 1941 In the above
i tctool. I off last Friday night but our Mrs. Ingwalsonrty much. We named Court and cause, wherein where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are i

We should thank Enos Hayes of read that It is the winter home health comes before pleasure, enjoyed the Armistice Program County plaintiff Teli-Kiapu Heeka.. divorce.shall Bradford publUh given away with every $,10 In tradeor
He will in
r these posters. He was kind a caterpillar. stay Well we made up for It Monday last Tuesday. Also the marching. thin Order In next four weekly certificates.Are .
the all winter. In the iHMUeH.Wltneiia.
cocoon ,
odh to make them for us; weMid night. Such fun I Don't we wish Evelyn Newsome, reporter' hand and official Redeemed
my seal
be thoughtful toipact spring when he comes out he will we could fight like those B. M..,A. I at Hinrke Fin thin (lit 27. 19(1. _h II SMITH'S GARAGE
them. enough not be a caterpillar. He will be men. 8-P, 4OPF1'IAi. MEAT,) A. ;J. Thomas Zoo C t

a beautiful butterfly... We shall l We all enjoyed the Armistice Aa Clerk nf ald Court. 10-31 It 11-11 HTAKKK, FLXmiDA
Grlder !the Louts Joel I
MarJorie Surely am glad rain .has Jacksonville, Florida.
,l" __" ; 4, J1WotteWvt 4. keep the cocoon' .in our schoolIfoom 1 taken a vacation& :My umbrella 1 1aearltj Is Program and .the Kpara
::J p aA.wlntejp.t ,:-.w !1. have;;,made osM&nterestlng1 I '- --I
; r -4- it w>Uap e*.nd Is'thfcnk- ,
5's V, *. Edna Prevatt,' teacher, ful for' this rest.: But I do feel experiments in,' aclenc*f'class this li 3 I

week. _
President Denmark: opened the kind lonesome tor a raindrop or
Seventh Grade Newsy two. : I've too Several pupils In our room
Mi">*Ling Monday, November: Maybe spoken soon have colds because of the cold
,titer the Bible reading by It'll probably be raining by the weather
itrlcy '- time this Is publlsh..J.I ].
Morgan. He asked
We have made a rock collection. "Little Socrates" do your stuff
aberts to give a report on thtm.lt. surely do wish I could find I

She said that the mem- The following rocks are In. time to fix one of those de luxe Hazel Fields reporter. :

n of the annual committee areittng eluded: red sandstone flint slate,, flower gardens, that seem to be I
satisfactory and limestone obsidian, and marble.. the etyle now. I would have violets

9 bave 34 subscribers progress from Sarah Crews brought a jar filled pansles, bluebells and poppies By Marge Christie

K classes. with sand so that we could see planted. In order to have amass
I | In everything: that you do put
He' the layers of dirt in her yard. I production next spring .
rings are expected soon as your heart In It:

i hive already received the bill,, Joyce Moore reporter School is my only handicap. I I In anything hard to do, start in

Tbaw to be more than beau- 7-L I have heard that some citizens are it.I .

1 to make up for the long Miss Leonard's home-room class doing this to beautify Starke and I Don't take time off from work Ii

at we have waited for them tAfter gave her a fruit and candy for their own enjoyment. We To grin at duties and start to
ihe. wish! Mrs. Fernandez especially shirk
last Tuesday. We had
many sunny days and just a little
the Like the lowly-minded clerk
was corn Mrs. Demurest to keep her downstairs .
'tad, Margie Mathews reac I while we arranged her desk rain Who ends his day without a ring.
fltdwty I This week-end will be the next: i
by Maaetleld.uTI'ees" she had much fun
We as
Kilmer' and hope to the last football week-end. In anything that you do put your
"Highwaymen" by It did fixing It. She
eating as we
heart in It
7W. The We are playing the well-known ;
remainder of the
Pm was really surprised. rough and ready Jasper team. In all good that comes along .rtry
was .
interrupted by the I brought something y '.. 1S
"1 Period bell Nearly everyone The following week will be the take a part In it.

for the Red Cross. grand and glorious homecoming Do you lessons well each day.

BUS SCHEDULE game. Monticello's blue and yellow !. Take the right time out for play e

n. alarke V.e, tkb.rsd__ Mary Anna's MannersDear will be our worthy opponents. Be careful In what you say, k. ;

ne'. I'.rkG -----------_- 9:411 805: A.A. III.n. M.. The alumni of old B. H. S. will! And work for the end which good ;

81ark" ------- 1:80 p T1 Mary Anna: be here to see what and how theirchildhood will bring.
ire SI'uk.' ,--_____ 1:45: P. M. What do you think of the people school Is doing. The
OIlltrk" -------- 8:35: P. M. I tv .IRr..r ('Ol'RT. mi ti>FOItD
vs re --_____ 1i:15: P. M.: who constantly let their minds sponsors for this annual affair I rot Y'r9. FLOHIIMI ix tiiA.\.
Clark. .
---- 1i:1I0 P. >'. don't even <'.;11".
that they
Starka : wander so are Patsy Roberts and MargieMathew
____- 1
10:10 P. MWeiifbonii Arthur Knirel, Pl JnUtr. v.. So-
re 81 klI..at Ioboa.d get the gist of a conversation? for Starke and Geraldineand l>hl.. Engel l Uefcndant. Cane No.
--- 3:05 A. M. 153S. Ct -c-
re Starke' Dear Christine: Jacqueline for Monticello.
ve -4 10:20: A. 1If. ORDER OP Pt'BMOATIOM
r. Starke Parke -------- 2::20 Po' M. I think that a listener who pays Girls put on your Sunday-Go-To- ANH NOTICB TO ATt'liAH
re Ntarka -------- 520: R' S1 so little attention that he can't Meetln' frocks and bring all the STATK (KIXtRIDA tot Brjphl ,
'. ----- 8:60: P. U Engel I 144-35 3ilrd Avrmi _
Starka --,----- 8:10 P. Mve even give an Intelligent yes or n< dignity you can muster. We are Ins Lonnr Island Now Yn hflll.ta,
...1........ should begin to do a little serf welcoming the band of Monticello You are required to mif.wir ot
'. Slark". '-.. --- 7n A. 1\f. December Int. 1841 In thu ..b.'I.nam..d .
":"" P. "*' ous thinking. If he doesn't care too. I hear that everyone Is goIng Court and raune, wherein
'. enough for friends to listen to to the dance after the gameat plaintiff Mpekfl dlTorr BradfordCounty
---- 8:20 A TelFKrttph. shall pubMMhthin
BITarSh Specla' ') them he doesn't deserve them.I the Armory. It Is Informal so Order In next four weekly I

fc IIt: S: ;:--r.'W.: A.p JJ: grant you that many peoplecan coma In those sporty frocks and la.Wane...... my hand anil official neat ) .

F" Starke' --- --- ::00 P. MMahH. chatter away all day and be in style. The dance is being at marks, Fla' thin' Oct. 27 1D4I.IOFFICIAI

-f tar-,. ..,;;-;;.p..,,|1A20: ; P. MQT1AI never say anything worth while sponsored by the Little Women. Clerk of,laid UK:AM Court,A.10.14t J. TitomesAs 11.21 \, ,, ro s

so that It bores one to death BO Thrills and more thrills! The Louis H. Joel Juckaonvllle 'ia. 1 r,,

to speak. rings for the seniors are on their Alty. for rif.z ; w r'

One should give polite atten- way and all but four have paid er
QUAUTy tion to one's elders even If what for theirs. Come on boys dig ('OI 'NTY, PLUHIIttl l> tllAM- S aX

FOR BETTER BAKING Is said isn't interesting because deep and pay up! We can hardly)
they are appreciative of a small wait! Laur.". Illatt. I>efendnntOKDEK .

bit of attention. from younger (IF1 PIJULJCATION ,
people. Sixth Grade News 8T.!TB OK FLOKIDA to: Laur-
etta Malt whose realdenca la un
9-S known. \

AUTO PARTSUSED We have been studying coal December You .I.required 141. In to th appear* above. on I ", 445' *l lf

how it is formed and where It is named Court and cause, wherein
plaintiff seeks dlvorrn, Bradford
ak TIRES. REBUILTGENERATORS found. It Is very Interesting.Our County Telegraph shall publish this.
room contributed J2.46 to Order In next four weekly Innueci.
AUTO Witness my hand and official Heal For people who work hard food
GLASS CASH FOR the Red Cross fund. We received at Sfnrk Fla. this Oct. 29 1041.
IN Red Cross pins to wear and a (OFFICIAL MEAL>>> A J. Thomas
hQosDtat. OARS AND TRUCKS A* Cleric of "aid court. 10-31 4t I 11-21 p I
ANY CONDITION. pretty picture for our room. John J. Henderiion Atty. for Pit. alone It not enough they need

We are sorry that Roy Mlxonla

Autos $25 up tick. We hope that he will iv I'.flrl'IT Sol sir IlIt"UFonn
Used '' .
$ soon t>f back In ..C:1oo1.Ve: also (' t refreshment too. Ice-cold

recove.-s from nil illness so that OK PI'HLH'ATIOV Is refreshment.
dns DrEp ldoin to Im PARTS Dennis can come back to school. AND NOTIPK TO ACI'KAR pure
roses t 8TATR OF FLORIDA to: Ruth
baking, Road
t Poadar Address; Rumford North of Town on Barbara Jean Robbins reporter nirrh Llndiey, whose residence U 4fCoca-Cola
Sox V,
Rumford. R. I. unknown.You partner of good food.
6-K are required on
In December 1, 1941, In Ot.:: above
"Over the top" our
We went
named Court: and cause, wherein
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Red Cross contributions. Our total plaintiff seeks dIYor.... Bradford
County Telegraph shall publish thinOrdrr
7M Years Experience Make It Possible for Me to Render was $3.17.The In next four weekly .tinmen.Wltn .
.;;: : class made maps of the ... m'l'' hand and official seal
CIINT: PROMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICiCMODERATE and colored the at Hisrke. Fla. this Oct. 30. 1941. lorriio UNOII AUTHOIITV or INS COCA.COIA COMPANY It
British empire : A. J. Thomas )
PRICES Empire red. A. Clerk of sail court. 10-31 4t 11-21 STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

DeWITT C. JONES Billy Smith reporter. John. J. Henderson Eaq. Atty, forPit.

Starke FlerkU

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1 1941


I I tltloned off with beaver board afternoon with Montie were : Roy truce McDa\'id
Mrs. Perryman Elected Jr.
I SOCIETY and CLUBS If attendance gets any bigger, Peggy Ann Wiggins, Jeanette
President Mr.a.nd
guess they'll start holdln' classes Priest! Barbara Jean Mayhugh, Mrs Roy ? lisps
\'.' -van's Dlnklna. Madge Brownlee, announce ,the,) arrival '
Monday afternoon the on the roof Gladys Christopher loan )t a
1 t Adult Methodist Class :Junior Womans Club Sharon Hall Celebrates Society of Christian Service met an' "Ikle" (Mrs J. W.) Pauline Gay, Dotty Sue Blgga, Roy Bruce Jr In the Alach 10

I Enjoys Outdoor PartyThe To Sponsor Dance Birthday AnniversarySharon at the Methodist Church and helda Brownlee keep their little pupils Carolyn Edwards, Louise Libby, County Hospital); Gainesv)11) "

business and program meeting. BO busy the youngsters don't have Adelma Clark, Mary Ella Turner Wednesday,"''Nov 12
Fellowship Class of the The Junior, Womans Club of Hall, daughter of Mrs. time to crawl under the Improvised -
P. Mrs. A. Edward Priest and Mrs. A. D.
I, Methodist Church School met Starke will sponsor a benefit USO Sbellle A. Hall, celebrated her Mrs D. Carpenter walls!, till the Pep Squad comes
Tuesday night at the home of Dance at the Armory Wednesday twelfth birthday anniversary Friday Wood and Mrs Titus Olson composed bargin in for practice at noon Fagan and son, David, of Gaines DR. LEMUEL

'b Capt. and Mrs. T, T. Long and night, November 26, 1941 at 9:30-: Nov. 14, from 7 till 9 o'clockP. the nominating committee Then the little folks jus' sit ville. COLSON
p had a' delightful claaa party. Sup till. Stags-$.60 and couple*- M. The decorations were of and proponed the following list under the walla an' watch Assisting Mrs. Hutchings in I DENTIST.
per was cooked on the outdoor $.75. Thanksgiving and patriotic cooraand of officers, who were duly 'Nother new teacher is red-headed Mrs OFFICE 129
the guests were
fireplace and served from tableson the large birthday cake was elected: Orpha Ingwalson, of the sparklln'eyes I entertaining ST,
the lawn. SwindleRhodenMr. topped with twelve white candles President Mrs. E. K. Perryman; an' teeth She commutes I Bob Dodson, Mrs Mitchell; Ergas, ADKI.NS BLDG.

In charge of thta pleasant affair snd pink flowers, surrounded with vice president, Mrs. A Wood; recording from G'ville, where hubby la a and Miss Louise Stern.

were the following commit and Mrs. Scott Swindle of green fern. secretary, Mrs. Will Blair; graduate student (halls from Illinois 4__..... _._,.. ... .... -,_ .... ... -
s tees:: Social Mrs J. L. Anderson ThereftBa announce the marriageof Games were played and prizes corresponding seer etary, Miss ) .
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, W. their daughter Minnie, to Mr were won by Joan Carpenter, Olive Ray; treasurer, Mill Amelia -
H. Hart, Mr.'and Mrs. L. D. Yin- W. C. Rhoden of Starke on Sat. Martha Landrum, Lora Townsendand Ray; secretary of literature, Mrs. Hear Reporter Carlton does a There's Still Time to
s Ing, Mrs E. L. Williams, Table urday, November 8, in Macclenny Lccy Denmark. After they Grace Walnwrlght; secretary of bang-up job of leadln' the gong Sign for
committee, Mrs. T. T. Long Miss Mrs Rhoden I III at present employed had played games. Sharon openedher supplies, Mrs. A. Z. AdKlns; secretary service at the Methodist Church
'? Ruth Johnson, Mrs. P. L,. Bridges; In Jacksonville, while Mr. many lovely gifts and her of student work, Mrs. D. these' Sunday eventn's Better
Entertainment, Mrs N. D. Wain- Rhoden is employed at Houston's mother and her grandmother, P. Carpenter; chIdien's( work, drop In an' sing your troubles Better Heating At Lower Costand
wright Jr., Mrs. W. H. Hart, Service Station. Mrs. I* S. Hutto served pimento Mrs. Pearl Simpson; preschoolage away Unnerstand It works
Mrs V. E. Howard, Mrs. C. H. They will make their home In cheese sandwiches hot chocolateand group, Miss Kate Struth; secretary like magic Lt. Ben (Rev. B
Nasworthy. Starke.I cake to her friends. of Missionary Education, M.) Montgomery glvln a real
Assisting Mrs Hall in enter: Mrs. I. P. Shepherd; secretary face-the-facts talk at service Ias'Sunday we recommend
.I. taining the girls were Sharon's' Christian social relations Mrs. L. night Tryln' to givean

aunts, :Mrs. Tillman Hutto, Miss A. Davis. idea of the problems a chap SINCLAIR ,SUPERFLAME
Oar nit a Hutto, Mrs. Thomas During the usual business session lain faces In helpin the boys who
Ricks, of Daytona Beach and Miss good" reports were heard can't set their I.e e a s straight
: Edna Ellenton of Fort Mead. from various officers and com about this business of war .
pE K The following were invited; mittees. Mrs. Titus Olson, chair 1. Ignites
t1 Ivan Blvlns. Joan Smith Lecy man of parsonage work, and Mrs -no danger.
tree trlmmin's
Better <<
get your ous backfire
I w Denmark, of Jacksonville; Frankie A. Z. Adklns, chairman of Circle rule
'( STARKE FLA Morgan, Madge Brownlee, Mar Number Two, gave a report on lined against up'em'fore, Hear priorities there'll be Here's how 2. Gives quick
garet and Marie McKinney, Lora the subject of a new heater for economical com
fj fjrr the usual outdoor Christmas
Townsend, Edith Manning, Mary the parsonage, and were Instructed contest, an' the streets'll be decorated bustion, avoiding waste of f I
PROGRAM OF WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, NOV.23 Meraereau, Joan Carpenter, Janet to purchase same, also window too Almost time to SUPERFLAMEoffers fuel.
i Anderson Marian Brown. Joan shades for two rooms at the par
Sunday Monday, Nov. 23 24 string the Christmas lights .
Dinklnn, Frances Powell Rebecca sonage. 3. Contains no excess |
Adolphe Menjou Gloria Swanson, In Says your (be prepared) sulphur to
't' Simpson Mary Weldon Gladys The devotional service was con- -Carolyn. reduce its heat energy.
Cox, Idell and Martha Landrum ducted by Mrs. A. Wood who
Sr.. the kind of entertainment everyone Is looking Luclle Alvarez, Jeanette Priest, used as her subject "The things 4. Contains' excess carbon to!
j t, for nowadays. A,laugh In every ten seconds. A Joan Walthai, Mildred Johnson that make for our spiritual' Montie Hutchings cake burner parts.
pace that never lets down. A picture that's a and Shirley Arnette. peace." Miss Olive Ray read an: Honored On Birthday better heating

i panic., article on "Things that make for 5. Contains no water or sedi-l
Latest Issue "MARCH OF TIME" ;Paramount News Attend VMS ClinicThe world peace," and the service was Montie Hutchlngs little daughter ment to clog strainers.
closed with prayer by the president ; of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hutch- at I lower cost ,

u Tuesday, Nov. 25 DOUBLE! FEATURE! Method Clinic of the Bap- ngd, celebrated her ninth birth 6. Is,. always uniform, gives
No. 1-"THE GANG'S ALL HERE" tist ,W. M. S., conducted In the day anniversary Friday maximum usable heat.
I With Frankie Darro First Baptist Church at Gainesville Baptist Circles To Meet November 14, with a party at the
home of her parents on South
No. "BUCCANEER" Monday, was attended by the
With Frederic March Also Cartoon following ladles from Starke: The regular monthly meeting of Thompson St. .
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs Ralph the Baptist W. M. S. will be held The young ,honoree welcomedher ': Avoid Worries and Delivery Problems

Wednesday Thursday, No. 26 27 Alvarez Mrs. H. L Brownlee, at the Church on Monday afternoon little guests In a lovely blue
Mrs A M. Darby Mrs. L. U. November 24, beginning: at taffeta party frock She was -PHONE OR WRITE US TODAY!
"UNEXPECTED UNCLE"With Morgan Mrs. W. B. Alexander, three o'clock. All members are showered with beautiful gifts and
Ann Shirley James' Craig Charles Coburn Miss Wilma Alexander, Mrs. O. L. urged to attend as matters of jest wishes for many more happy
' Also Selected Shorts,, Latest War News Linen, Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Importance will be discussed at birthdays. use -

Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot, Mrs. T. B. this time. Games were played, and the;
Friday Saturday, Nov 28 29-DOUBLE FEATURENo. Harding. Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs. highlight of the afternoon was I

"EMERGENCY LANDING"With H, L. Hough Mrs. Clyde Priest Cbas. Busbee and JImmie Priceof placing of the handle on the' SINCLAIR SUPERFLAME
FoYest Tucker. Carol Hughes Mrs H. L. Sllcox Mrs Geo. Wish-I Madison have arrived here to American flag which content was' ,
No. 2-" lLUE TilE KID IN TEXAS" { art, Mrs. T. K McCIane Sr., and work with the State Road De- won by Peggy Ann Wiggins.

With Bob Steele others. partment. C Late in the afternoon, the big FUEL OIL
"S"A RAIDERS" Serial Cartoon birthday cake, which held nine 1n

burning candles and was decorated
MIDNIGHT SHOW SATURDAY 11:30: P. M. with the words' ''Happy H. E. TUCKER Agent
Carolyn Callstreet ;
20,000 MEN A YEAR"With : "
; Birthday, 'was cut and served
Randolph Scott Preston, Foster Margaret with an Ice course Saloons .were I Sinclair' Refining
Lindsay I ... given as favors. .., !t Company

:- Also Selected Short Subjects. '-* Well folks;. Here I am cele- were royally entertained while In Friends Invited to enjoy'' the I t

f\'. -X .,.... '*". ___.. bi-,tin''ltwfe -TUrl ey 'Days';_ again they ole home'town of 'Arcadia ,! c_.__ .L _. _c _c _.

i this year WJo'_Roosevelt says this las' 'week /-....Bridge,. party one .,.. e
Is the: last lima we'll double up, =:
The night, barbecue chicken supper
but It's 0- K. by me ,
more the merrier I always say the next, an' so on till their week Tip

The Army observed yesterday ended all too soon Bytheby PRIEST'SOPENS
R. SonNear
S. Johns &
an* local USOfflclals certainlydid have you noticed bow tiny an'
an elaborate job of belpln' dainty Charlotte Maybew Is? .
some 400 soldiers try to forget Daughter Barbara Jean Is larger

S. A. ,L. Depot .... Phone '45 that mince pie that mother was than she Hear Mrs. L. A.
bakln' miles an' miles away Davis (U. D. C. 'conventlonlng)
,PLENTY OF'PARKING SPACE Tea dance at the Y was up to was in the latest California earth.
.. scratch and Army basketball quake, but no broken bones, thank piTOYTOWN
game at the Armory topped off goodness Spotted Grace an'
the, day We tradition-lovers, Arlene Dew an' Bobble Cameron
PEANUT FATTENED" Live Weight of course, will really do our bigcelebratln' brush In' up on their technique at
next week, star Un' "Mala Hart" Sunday afternoon SATURDAY NOV. 22

TURKEYS ; Lb 29c with the Homecomin football Greta Garbo managing to ,
- game Wednesday night between look lovely In spite of the most

Starke an' Monticello Can't unbecomln wardrobe ever designed START YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
ORDER NOW SO ''WE .CAN GIVE YOU; wait to hear Marjorie Stump's In Hollywood .

WHAT YOU WANT band, which she's brlngln' all the -

I "-- way from Jefferson County to Sign on Marcus Brown's office Again the time has come for.the opening of Priest's Toytown. We

FANCY Dressed & Drawn play for the home folks door las' Sattiday "Out Of Town are happy to announce that we are ready. Santa's 1941 message 'is, "Shop

-Circus Day" Weren't we early while the stocks are complete." Toys and Gift goods for this event,
,FRYERS Lb. 39c Methodist Heap the S:Adult S. had Class another of the of all? Louise, J. P., an' Jimmy were purchased very early in the spring before merchandise was so scarce
Warren Paul an' McLen-
their famous parties In the T. T. Frances and before prices went up. We are offering our customers the advantageof

DRESSED & DRAWN Pound Long's outdoor living room Tues don ,Johnny Gene an'an'Hazel Pauline Matthews Red-, our early buying. It is easy to shop early if you use Priest's Lay

day night Dink Hart an' an'grave Madge Middleton those Away Plan. A small deposit will lay away your order now. Put your

HENS 32c Powell Carpenter doln' the cook- caught gapln at Gargantua among order up while the stocks are complete.WHEEL .

In', and a good job of it, too Won't they ever grow up? < I
FRESH Whole or Half (Believe It or not) Ham- Merrla Martin now presldin' over GOODS DOLLS

burgers an' hot dogs were. so good the Army YMCA canteen Priest's Stores are known for better America's most beautiful dolls find
PORK HAMS Lb. 23c Dink didn't even miss those Dur- Unnerstand her cakes an' pies values in popular priced Wheel Goods. their way to
den-boardlng-house sweet -
potatoes smash hit with the soldier
are a will
A small deposit lay
of which he's the fondest away your PRIEST'S STORES
boys Seems Dr. Middleton
order for Wagons Doll Car-
thing In the world Seems that
Is always first to be rememberedon Have You Seen the new
Verna Demorest an' Ethel Sewetl riages, Velocipedes and Wheel Barrows.
PORK CHOPS 23c Judy Green's birthday SKIN" Dolls? They
would have put even Dagwood to Gets the first sllc* of cake each Select yours from stock that was pur"MAGIC
shame with those foot-high sand year Hear Judy was delighted chased last spring. are almost like real.
FRESH FLORIDA Dozen wiches they concocted for themselves to get her birthstone as a gift
Feature: entertainment f I
'from Mama an' Papa Barefoot
EGGS - --42c I hear, was a sacred Crlnese ritual ;l
Can get all the details GIFT GOODS GREETING CARDS
but Preacher Powell an'
HUSH No. 1 10 Lbs.POTATOES22c. Popped.. In the n. II. S.' auditorium select
Prof. Williams seem somewhat Is the time to
tother day an' found two There is a shortage of Gift.
reluctant to discuss the matter! have
new an' pretty brunette teachers, Goods in the world today your cards you
with their flocks, temporarily par. but not in Priest's Stores.' plenty world of conditions time. In and spite the

3 Lbs. Have you noticed: Mrs. P. M. You'll find lovely gifts for of goods
shortage paper
Barefoot's hair-do .
YELLOW ONIONS 12c Thelma Jennings'snazzy striking red an' ladies, gentlemen, girls and our line is more beautiful

black: coat Bernice Opper.man's .It doe&n 't mtllcfl boys. / than ever before.

FANCY 4 Lbs. gorgeous red an' black
wool dress Robert Green an'
BANANAS-------- Mary Lucile Torode din In' an' much Jlbb"
dancln at the Blue Diamond depends on for.<
Dr. Koch's divine blue Chrysler no longer
3 Bars Big assortment of books and games eig'n countries for all the ChristmaSI
Doshla an' Artford Brown -whether lose E tamousat
back from Sebring to stay you your for Boys and Girls. decorations. For Treef. use
P & G SO A P Balls f
14c Dot an' Bill Powell countln the car by fire, theft or collisionComprehensive beautiful Plastic
hours till they'll move Into their Better Selection] than ever Radio City last year

5 Lbs. new garage apartment Bet It and I
does get kind of chilly out on the Collision Insurance will COME TO PRIESTS "TOYTOWN OPENING SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22

SUGAR 28cNo. lake ,these. crisp November morn Come Before The Early Bought Toys And Gift Goods Are Out
ings Junior
protect FREE
Ft. Barrancas an'statln'
CANS 2 For
he'll be
probably sent to
Iceland They've been train. E. Johns
TOMATOES-------17c in' 'em lately how to breath in VAN H. PRIEST

cold weather an' teach in' 'em the Agency;
TALL CANS 3 ForLIBBY'S trick of walkln' in water so their Starke, Florida
hoes'll freeze over and keep out 119 East Call Street 1

MILK - 25c the Pardon dampness the goose. .pimples. Brrrr. ., ,. Telephone jg 5c TO 1.00 STORESNOV'21

prMfttlno THE TRAVELERS,Hartford
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.J BITS' of LOCAL NEWS I IIJI Mrs Carl Ryne said son, Bill Keeflee' Harrell of P a I atka Friends of Mr. and Mrs' Art- Mrs L. .'. Dlnklns and daughter r

week-end Drew Ryne guests, of of Marianna Mr, and, were ernoon.visited' friends here Sunday aft- Cord Brown and son. Bunter, will I Jo Ann spent Saturday ''I

1 I L. D Vlnlng. They were Mrs'j Mr. and Mr Simeon be Interested to know that they 'morning In Jacksonville .
Thornton. employ Mrs 0, L, Beasley left for I Phillipsand +
p Blanche cafe, *pent the week-! Mrs. D P. Carpenter and Mrs. >anled home by Mrs & daughter, Suellen. and Miss have returned to their home after. I i Walter Wills, of Tampa, was In 11
,!Jt !'adt and Tampa Monday night to spend 'T. T. Long were In Macclenny Dixon who had spent a week with Sara Barefoot spent Saturday spending the past few months In Starke this week visiting his sister "

in the Flo'Ida-Georntlay l,.rt Pft- several days with her parents, Friday attending the Trt-County Mm. Vining. afternoon In Jacksonville. While .Sebring. I Mrs. Vida Morgan.

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden. Federation Starke Woman's aa delegates Club. from the Mr., and Mrs Tinman Hutto there they attended the Duval I --- ....,--..., ... ..... .. ., T' __ C
Mrs Shellle A. Hall
and Fair.
I"J'E? Thornton Is spend- Mrs. DeWitt C. Jones of Gainesville George County
Andrew Z. Adkin, Jr. who is Blair, of Baldwin
attended the
Gainesville with entertained M. Dekle, who has resided
Iftw days In Friday afternoon I a student at the Citadel In Char- Singling Brothers circus In Jacksonville INSURANCE AN D BONDS
Mrs Melvin McCall. in honor of her daughter-in-law, ; eaton. here for the pant five months, _
dwghter S. C., arrived
Burns and Mrs. O. Mrs Arthur Darby Jones. The Wednesday Saturday night. left last week for Jack onvllle
edward to spend the Thanksgiving holiday Mrs. H. E. Tucker had as her
where he has
fall meetEV -
the accepted a position
BaJw attended reception was
Woman'. AujdLrf with his parents, Judge and guests Friday through Monday with the Wolfe' Construction Com
District Century Club House Mrs. A Z. Adklns. tier. uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. HAROLD C. WALL AGENCYConstant
Episcopal I Church, and was attended by toe follow- pany.
Mrs. O. J. Griffin
returned to S. Hutto. :Mr. and Mrs. P. S.
fcinesvill. 1asL Friday. A ing local persons: Mrs. D. E. her home In St, Augustine Tues Hutto, Jr., and their eon James. Mrs. L. H. Jennings and daughter -
meeUn& was an Knight Mrs. F. H. Carol Lynn, MondayIn
Mrs. pent
the Long O.
of day after
pending several days Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto had Service Over 50 Years
Capt. Robert SheeranKnirch L. Beasley. Mrs. Edward Burns, here with her Jacksonville.
daughter Mrs. as guests last week-end Mr. HuttQ'
Army, who told of Mrs. Annie Rlcharde, Mrs. Morgan Ethel M. Biggs. cousin and family, Mr. and- Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs E.
: of St. Mark' Church RIcharde, Mrs. A. M. Darby Mrs. R. J. Dowling spent Thursday In Please Phone 146
tffortl( G. Kldd and son Rich- Mrs. Phil Hutto of Savannah, Ga.; Starke j
to look after church Mrs. Charles Darby and Mrs J. ard Kldd. III, Gainesville.
StJl'ke spent the week-end and also their daughter Miss Edna
II Camp Blanding. |Ilf. Darby. here with her mother Mrs. Flor- Hutto of Jacksonville.Mr. i.', D. Walker spent the week- ,
ence Emma Canova, Mrs. Kldd and Mrs. J. F. Hazen and 'end In Tampa with his family. -f
and son are spending sometime family had as their guests Wed- Mrs. Frances Parker ban re '
$You Haven't Already Given Us A TrialWe with Lt. Kldd who in stationed at nesday their relatives, Mrs. Phe- timed to her home after a month's '
Fort Banning, Ga. mla Matthews\ and Arthur Cart- visit with her daughter MI'V.. : : I'I'N. i iHAVE
Will Give You A Good Wholesomeeal Mrs. G. L. Patten and little son, ledge, both of Axson, Ga. O. Can, In Dade City SHOES MADE LIKE '

who have been here visiting her Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs. Bobby and Mrs. L.. J. Given and daughter, .:W
[ With Plenty Of Fresh Vegetables At mother, Mrs. E. E Canova, returned Dottie Sue Blgga and Mlsx Abbie Judy and Mrs. P. M Barefoot Shoe Repairing, Dyeing and Shining

A Moderate Cost Sunday to their home In Harley spent the week-end In spent Thursday In Gainesville.. s
Tallahassee. Brunswick, Ga., with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs, K. J, Harris, Mrs. Done At A Moderate Cost
Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Canova, Mrs. Lesle Biggs Mr Biggs now Mattie Price and Mrs. C. O. Ray-
THE A & A CAFE Jr.. and children moved to St. hus a responsible position aa tract I burn, of Madison, wore guests of ladles :shoe All "'..rk
Augustine Monday, where Mr. manager for the Brunswick Tim- Mrs J. M. Mitchell We Back of Carpenter's Canova Is employed berland Corporation.Leo Sheriff A. O. Anclreu and I
Mrs, J. !ol, Brownlee was a visitor WltkovHkl o f Galveston, Claude Howe made a flying business .- New' Management tIf/iij!
In Jacknonvllle Tuesday.Mrs. Texas arrived Wednesday for a trip to J Klxslmmee lust Fri" II'I
J, W. Brownlee and two visit with his father B. R. Wlttovskl. day :
:I little daughters; have moved Into .. -- ,

their new home on West Wash- Pfc. E. J. Dowling, Jr., of the
Lng ton Ave. Mrs Brownlee's Coast Artillery Is spending a 10-
Jhealre mother, Mrs. Julia Si.ilth, came day leave from Ft. Barrancas 9 9y
Sunday from Live Oak and will with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E tII
remain with her daughter J, Dowling :4
Mrs. Carrie Ritch returned Mrs. Lois Maye, Mrs Mae Edwards -
Healthfully Air-Conditioned home Sunday from Atlanta Ga., Miss Elaine Edwards and _
where she visited her sons, N. T. Gene Mefford spent last weekend -
DDNIGHT SHOW, SATURDAY, NOV. 22 11:30 P. M. and Tom Ritch. in Tltusville with Mrs Mayes' y

r Sunday, Monday-Nov 23, 24 Mrs. K. G. Duncan and son, mother, Mrs. Alice Shelborne.

"SMILING THROUGH"Jeanette Kaspar, Jr.? spent Wednesday In Joe Edwards, Jr., spent last
Jacksonville.Mrs. week-end in Jacksonville. i
MacDonald, Brian Aherne, Gene Raymond J. E. Futch Is In Daytona Friend of Theodore Tyson will c Lrl.LN L.ILILIL7 LdLa1LaL I
Glorified by Technicolor Beach visiting her aunt, Mrs B regret to learn that he Is seriously
Selected Shorts P. Smith. 111 at his home on West Madison
Lot Ensey, who Is In the United St.
Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday-Nov. 25, 26, 27 States Navy has been promoted Mr.\ and Mrs D. W. McClellan
"SWAMP WATER"The from the rank of Lieutenant to and children of Gainesville, visited Te1ltis / .
that of Lt. Commander. He lethe friends here Sunday afternoon.
Strangest Story the Screen Has Ever Told
son of Mrs. Charles Ensey of Misses Frances Opperman and
|\With\ Walter Brennan, Walter Huston, Anne Baxter
Starke. Sara Barefoot spent Saturday
Also Cartoon
Miss Kitty HogHed. of Jacksonville morning In Gainesville. ;
spent the week-end herewith Friends of little Judy Green, I
Fri., Sat., Nov. 28, 29-DOUBLE FEATURENo. her mother, Mrs. W. B. will regret to know that she Is

"MARRIED BACHELOR"With Parks, and Dr. Parks. confined to her home with meas I :

Robert Young and Ruth Hussy E. S. Mathews and E, L. Mat- les.
thews were In Ocala last week attending Mrs. Ed Sllvernall Mrs. M. B. BO bUcfcoul en comfort sad pU* ur. lot Thanks-
No. 2-"BUY ME THAT TOWN"With the State Press Assocla- Herlong and! Mrs. Purvis Hazen gl.lnq In U>* U.8.A. Enoy| Thanksgiving dinner with
Lloyd Nolan and Constance Moore In tb* folks or s.. Americas gnat baltl** el th.
and ,
tion. son Billy, spent Monday
gridiron fr qunt departure mak. II poMibl to
Also Comedy I H. H. Stroman went to Talla- Jacksonville
and r.turn wh.n.T.r you picas..
hassee Wednesday to see his,
THIS WEEK AT THE brother, Carl Stroman. who Is 111. ass N.dwtl.. M a..d rtlmm

RITZ THEATRE J, Robert Odom of Branford recently Public StenographerMiss

: accepted a position as Carol WhiteIn UNION BUS STATION
Sunday.MondayNov.. 23. 24
Clerk at Koch's Drug Store. t. Temple Avenue Starke Fla.
John Mlddleton of Orlando Is W. T. Clute's Office
Billy Conn making'his home In Starke while g
119.Eaat Call St.
,7 dol.ng"eckcaUenal( work among the .;
Tues., Wed. Nov. 25, 2&i DOUBtE FEATURE'"MY enlisted men at ''Camp Blending "' Ita !i it
LIFE WITH CAROLINE"With as a representative of the State 1

Ronald Coleman f Department of education. DR. CLAYTON.
Mlna Leona Ganey, who for the ,
past six: months has been em-
With Bob Sterling ployed In the office 0 f County Recover Your
Agent L.. 'T. Dyer, resigned her Health Eventually
Thurs., Fri.. Nov. 27, 28-DOUBLE FEATURE position and returned to her homeIn ChiropracticWhyNot

"NAVY. BLUE AND GOLD" Mayo last week because of the Now F F d8

With Jas.Stewart \lllnens of her mother, Widow lAtllcN and Working r .
"MAN AT LARGE" Miss Lecy Denmark of Jackson- Girl Treated at lieu
With Marjorie Weaver ville spent the week-end with Price
Miss Sharon Hair. Office

Saturday Nov. 29-DOUBLE FEATURE D. P. Carpenter spent Wednes- Over Jacob's Store
day and Thursday with Dr. W. E. lJr ,y
"PONY POST"With Fla.
Midilleton( at his camp at Piney "ELECT"A '
Johnny Mack Brown Bluff Ga. FLOIIII 0 '

"A "MAN 'BETRAYED"With toWn r,
- - - -
Boris Karloff '

Last Chapter "White Eagle"NAT I' aI'

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There may be a difference between -
getting high toned, going
e high hut or get tin snazzy, but

whichever It l le I'm It.
M.,t ,< Announces 1

Reason IH, a brand spankln new
Western Union Electric Clock
with the correct time direct from

Washington.Any their appointment 1..

time you want to set that I
old Ingenol. Just call by. That's Originally named J rnlc*>n, after a pioneer

one thing In the store that' free. as agency for settler of Orange: County, Orlando had i
achieved the status of one of the County leading -

: town fey 18&6. Competition for the honor

of "County Seat" developed among Apopha
/ Fort Reed and Orlando to be decided fey Tote.

\\ ---- LENTHERICPafj'umeur A local Judge: lo"al.on of Orlando invited all
gUY'JOCeq soldiers in nearby Snmter County to be hUraests

on election day. Exorcising their then-
granted privilege of voting wherever theywere
on election day, the soldier, grateful: +'/ t rw.r
for the feast cast their vote for Orlando r'=

UNDERWEARSame assuring it an overwhelming victory !

You are cordially invited to view the complete
/fere's Another

55cfw line oj Ine Jamou.l Lenthiric loi/driufcJr both fhridaVote Overwhelming'I k

: men and women. SALES AT THE JAI B1EWIIQ p -,. "s"""

r Same support, lame d Company for September registered i
We want l to become acquainted with the '
comfort-in the leg you a gain of more than one-third + r l"I ''

MIDWAY length you need to give attractive array oj creations by Lenlhlric, a over the name month last yean

55 you necessary body preferred discriminating people. yet even with this increased popu ? ;

coverage. As advertisedIn larity, JAX Beer is as always a "

Saturday Evening smooth, mellow brew thanks bf
and The Lenlhfric line;.1 not e."Cpen.lt''eJu/ it is '
LONG Post, Collier's, Life to vast storage facilities at the r +

Esquire.COOPERS. luxurious.Ife book/v'ward IcJ seeing you roorKoch's brewery. For a real treat, say ',

5I Orfg ...J_../.cru,.<1"yo "Make Mine JAX". t i 1m 1 1.u

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nearest correct answers will be awarded the scrambled letters and arrange them

..';.' big, fat turkeys for Thanksgiving. In to spell the firm name correctly. Then

y :\ order to be fair with our subscribers 1 write a brief article on the subject wiA "Why

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Thankful This Year."Do not exceed 100
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,, our office before 6 o'clock Thursday, advertisement or a separate sheet of

November 20. Also, in order to give paper for your answers. Because the

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'"'+' until the day before ,
surrounding towns a better chance, pear
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'I Price Of Turkey For That Thanksgiving -
correct answer received from a resident turkeys will be presented Monday, Nov-
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a of Starke, and the other turkey will go ember 24. However, the' correct solutions
Win One Absolutely I Free A nave .
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. Don't Happen They Are Preparedbut 1 SUNNY BROOK FARM GUM BRANCH I Dobbs of Palatka.] spent Thursday night and Friday]I I Carolyn, Rawls NbUlf1 i s ,. a l
ades with his mother :Mrs H, H
de- By 1'11'8. Edd Fairish Mrs. Leila Punish was visiting; J.
sermon one stands In holy awe to ny 111811nula Crosby t .'
"' the Rev.. A" E Light' watch Jesus at the Samaritan Mrs Gladys Greene. Thursday af Keene I< SIIKFPUfS !SKK1P INK lJ l : 'I
?H J by? Baptist Church, well or with the woman taken :Mrs. Laura Mosley] and daughter Mr, and Mrs. F. S, Sapp spent j< last week.R. Miss Selma Sapp! spent Satur Pin.. 'I. <),U SI.75-HRADFOKI '; ''i 4
week-end in Plant with
the City
" the Fh18. In adultery, or as he peaks I I Mm May Belle Aimond of C Keene of Jacksonville I day night with Misses Hetty and C'CH'NTl' TI.LKGKAIMI.Phone : .
> > peace
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hill and MrsEliza I
\ov Ralford. Mrs. Sallle\ I
daY' .35Sunctlfy your- and new life to the thief on the 0 n of _________ (
: Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hill. .
crosa. THE
the Lord may; NEW BIRTH IS A
idir 11 Idoi. among you to..rt. It comes from sellout
to consecration. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. children of Palatka were \lsltlng
was i a
,. nil word ,d Halalop. at the home of J. A Harnage 159 We I>cllerGuy's Leila's
Jordan bey n What will such consecration do'
facing Mrs. Henry Howard has her Sunday afternoon.
their land of profit for us as Individuals and as a
house guest this week Mrs. Alma Friends of Mr. and Mrs, J, E.
take a miracle church? Do Market
would we not have our Large 8 x 10 THK: \KTKST IN
Ward of Green Cove Anderson of Houston Texas welcome -
a Jordan, and lands Springs. .
Z.m across !. "promised just across the Grorf'fte"If'at.! L'reslr
get not ready for I a. Jordan?" We will never see them Fred Halslop was a business them to this section where ) CIHFFt'KKS: AND
r wre realized if we do not get right visitor to Gainesville Monday. they will make their home. Vegetables' Platinum TonedPortrait
Mr. and Mrs. T N. Norman .
don't happen. They with God. Jehovah waited Hubert Kelly of Plant City Is Mrs.Norman's Quality \Ipn'hanl'l! Low Wy'RISOPI'REI.
and family were visiting
) through one visiting relatives here.
The prepara- gen
Iprepare1 tor. parents Mr. and Mrs Prices I
1 "sanctify your eration to reveal the promised those Phone 119 !
required was Among attending the cir H. M. McRae, at Pine Level Sun
' correctly Interpreted In land, and He will wait through cus in Jacksonville Saturday were day. 833 S. Walnut St. (Choice ot.4 rone)

M' applications, this vitadoctrine another If Israel does not recon W. R. Halslop] Tobe Norman and Mrs. S. L. Towery and duught,
rIII "con- secrate herself. God Is anxious Fred With ;b in
simply meana Halslop. Mary Fay, of Port St Joe arespending Coupon $
and all you to give us all our promised lands, W. C. Ward and Henry Howard For '
while with the for
te yourselves but cannot until we are for a Purchases With Ei cry $;).00 Cash
ready attended
church services OakGrove
. mer's mother, Mrs. H. II Keene. ,
consecration requires four them. When we "sanctify ourselves" Baptist church Sunday.Mr. I Tit! Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Rawls
1. Serious we shall see three things and Mrs Ovid Thomas and and SV\K Yorit SUPS 4
7iiH always does. and daughters, Betty Caiolyn. 25c and Coupon I
-e'samlnatlon.' 2. A grateful happen. baby were visiting. the latter'spatents of High Springs were dinner

of God's post dealucith First, We will -he. ready to see Mr. and Mrs. Frank guests of Mr. and MIS. J. S.

brance us. 3- Repentance for God in the miracle. Suppose' Thomas Sunday Sapp Sunday.The REGULAR

<. A willing commitment they had crossed without this Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop Rev. and Mrs E. N, Anderson

and and possessions to God. preparation? Joshua would have and son Fred. and Miss Doris of Key tone.Hellthts spent $:.50 VALUE;
!flf MIRACLE HAPPENS. been a great man a miracle Crosby were visiting Theo Tyonof the week-end here with Mr and Carpenter'sThe

A for sin Is the great.lirac1e worker. They would have de. Starke Sunday. Mr. Tyon la I Mrs. J. K. Anderson and Mrs. H. ", Ionk" Dinkins

mess that can happen l In sorted God for man. They would seriously Ill I H. Keene. Service Station Rexatl Store

Surgery Is a miracle, not have seen the presence of Mr and Mis. Virgil Owens and Mr. W F. Harnage is spendinga

' life blOOd transfusion another, God In the success. children were visiting relatives at while with her son-in-law and Corner Temple and I'lult 8l,,. Phone 6t .

Second,;: It would lead them to Ocala] over the week-end. daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. D. /

appreciate the greatness of the: Mrs Arle Brown had as her Obtain Your Coupons Corner' Call Thompson" 8ts
i. fl. COUBTMANCII miracle.] guest Sunday her son and daugh 1 foupon With Each
Be To
Watch-Maker Third they would show faithIn ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fate Quick TreatBronchitis From Cooperating;
CONFIDENCEAT Brown of Baldwin. GREASK JOB OR With Every $1 Purchase
ICI their leader and In their God.
AT Mr. and Mrs. J. N, Kelly spent Merchants
We frequently block the to
DOME JEWELER way Friday night In Lake Butler with OIL CHANGE
our own blessings. We complainof ,
Mr. and Mrs. Mills Kelly.
the ministry fumbling the ball Marcus Conner and Clarence Chronic bronchitis may develop If
: or being thrown for a loss, when your cough cheat cold or acute bronchitis ,
Hutchinson were business visitorsto is not treated and you cannot
the trouble Is that have .
we not
Jacksonville recently. afford( to take chance with any medicine
run interference nor cleared the Mrs. C. C. Crosby and Mrs. J. less potent than Creomulslon
Boating way. A miracle frequently happens which goes right to the seat of the
R. Kelly were visiting In Grundln Bon Art Studios I
when a team starts really trouble to help loosen and expel germ Bradford County
Tuesday. laden phlegm and aid nature to P. S. Stores, Inc. j
,. blocking for their backs A Mr. Mid Mrs. L A. Crosby and soothe and heal raw.tender,Inflamed MILITARY SUPPLIES 80. Walnut St. J
Bathing .miracle :would happen in many,of chihlren'wet'e visiting.M.", Cros bronchial mucous membranes.CraottiutetDnMmMta Telegraph I
our churches if the people shared + bevchwobd it:',>>'W."CaD 'StPhone
by's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. creosote special processwltb other STARKE, FLORIDA
the burden with the If
pastor McRae of Pine Level Sunday. time tested medicines for coughs.It 174 With EverySubscription
One Coupon
Bowling they consecrated themselves to Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Crosby and contains no narcotics.
their church tasks. FAITH IN No matter how many medicinesyou t
son. William, attended church have tried tell your druggist to Purchase : or Renewal
services Water Oak church
at sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with
Billiards FAITH IN ACTION Let us "lift Sunday and were dinner guests the understanding you must like the i
up holy hands without doubting" of their son-in-law and way It quickly cough per
daughter, seep
and see again whether God matting rest and or you are to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norman.
have your money back, (Adv) -

will not fulfill His promise to _-----------------..., .-- ._--_,-..-. ----....-.__.. .-_. _. _-..-. ...-. _d-_ _-_ ." -_ -'--'L' -AY" -..-..........,
Bar-B-Q men and "will work wonders ;;;.," : "VSi.r. ". l -u 7i. g: 7--"i.f.r: ;; :;. ; 1 ti ;:-::"
among you tomorrow." Sanctify L! w t.:: r.i 'fl w.aw."i. .; .. l.l ;. !:,wJ; ; ; ;. '.J .k-we. 'I>"

l1 quicken Dinners work yourselves TOMORROW.TODAY that He may

Shrimp Dinners VANDERBILTBy Miss Velms NormanMr. .ICFORDJOBSFOR42:

and Mrs. William Green

and Mr. Farras of Jacksonvillewere
Cold Drinks visiting Mr. and Mrs. F.' M.
Norman Sunday.

Miss Velma Norman was dinner

Trailer ParkCottages. of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Y .
guest ;
t S. ;tx i .b3 ? .7w+1k'y' y
3, yy
Bloodsworth] of Ralford Sunday.Mr.

." and Mrs. Ellery Sapp and

family of this section spent Saturday
night with relatives In

Jacksonville.Mrs. .

Good Fishing F. M. Norman and Mrs.

Russell Norman were shopping in -

Jacksonville Saturday.Pee //\W.-;; ; ., ---

Beer On Tap Lucille Howard Wee Rye and and Winnie Misses Bry- 3 3H

Starke visiting Miss
ant of were I
Velma Norman and Miss Eunice

Snowden Monday afternoon.

Meet Your Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwardsand

children, Marie and Harry
Friends At of Brooker, were visiting Mr. and *

Mrs. F. M. Norman Sunday.Mr. N*,

( and Mrs. Carl Sapp and ,. \ ,
fingsley family of Hellbronn Springs attended and Bomb Service Trucks -was ..P

church services here Sunday Big newt of recent day was that to become America i Number

FRONTAMUSEMENT night. 'hedheadblineld.nrnooufn."Reconnais- One builder of monster 30 and +
F. M. Norman and son, Russell, 60-ton tanks!
," Stall Cars,
attended the circus In Jacksonville lance Cars Army
1 1i1W
PARKOn Saturday afternoon.

Wadeus Bloodsworth of Raifordwas

visiting relatives in this section -

Road 48 Near Sunday afternoon.The .
Rev. H. M. Tlllman of

Camp Blanding Bootsey Beach filled his regular; :

church appointments at the Water

Oak church last week-end.

W. T. CLUTE-REALTOR ... The Best Looking, Best Riding, ,

F. H. A. LOANSWe naval school in the world placing ITo built! )

want the listing on your propertyWe meet America's growing trained the unmatched facilities of 1 Best Running FORD Car ever
sale for mechanically I the serviceof
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now builds f fr"

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Enjoy, I
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., in style inside and out, and
drive with pride new
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Warm! Ride in room to spare, in big, wide bodies of one-piece
Keep :
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KEROSENEAND At Willow Run, in the biggest records in getting under ,
bomber plant in the world Ford production i of Pratt 8c FOWfHWTHlCONOMY = '
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is getting D-24 Whitney" engines at the

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LAWTEY will regret to learn of her lllnenii. monthly meeting when Mrs. E. C Individual WinnersIn Thanks The Public II"' )("CIRCUS'I'Y. KM RII COURT'\ -A\lRMY OR"OI"OIlD January..+".... 1.Jl 6th I'U I the
Mrs., Cathran Is A. Van Akin Plaintiff, ra. Corn Ula yutl
greatly improved Long entertained the members at *
{ Ply Bill I'lunruneri Defendant. Case No 1GH7.OKUKK dl n
f { according to reports from St. her home Tuesday afternoon. The Fair Exhibits Because of the bad weather I Van Akin OF PUHMCATION AN1XOTK'R > I l'nuity Order Tn Trlegr next. ...">I ".hq k ,

'i y v t\.t ItF.J: ) DISH HUPPKR.: Luke's Hospital!. living room was made more attractive that prevailed throughout Fair ): TO Af'P AR Witness. 'lJ> t klf I,,
to Cora
The Lawtey "Sunxhlne Club" M's. Orlell Glover and childrenare with assorted and (Continued from page one) t.Strk, Fill
pinks Week" : Nov. 3 to 8, the AaHOcia- Van Akin, whose residence Is Unknown I II
had a covered 3. Mrs. M O. Harrell About !I to ..
announces that It jUElt you are required appear on > Clerk i.ts ""'IIItH' rt.
Junior High School Cafeteria lust shah! this! week. hour of sewing, refreshmentswere ..u
Thursday evening, Nov. 13. Practically Mr. and Mr. E E. Davis were nerved by the hostess, Mrs 1.It'kJ. "broke even" after the payment; j

everyone In the community, visiting relatives In Alucliua and Long, Mrs. R. F. Gano and Aires 1. Mrs. Leola Roberts! of all premiums ** \ rf '

attended and thoroughly enjoyed High Springs/!: this. week. G. B Hazen 2. Mrs. J. C. Jones S. A. Weldon president of the ':::

e' the outing, !If you are a lover of Mr and Mrs W. C. Wooten, 3. Mis. W. A. King Fair Association desires to ex- ; ji

f chicken and all the trimming I Jr., of Atlanta, Ga., were vl ltlng Mr. and Mrs. James Endicott Hog !Show pi'DBS his appreciation for the cooperation 'E'I. .. STUNNING
,,, of Starke spent the week-end with Ole Sow and litter of 8 pigs- ,
Sr'' you just can't afford to mesa the here last week. of the public In help- : .
t'' the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. Wm, Glover (Grand Champion)
[ ; next one.INTKUESTINO. Mr. Jackson operator of the Ing to try to make the fair a CHRISTMAS CARD
E. J, Lewis .
Gulf Service Station, wan a bUI4InCKS all ,
Hampshire Boar over I year old- success. The cooperation was _

: : HTL'DVThe
fir' Mr. and Mrs.: Marvin Hazen of
m visitor In Keystone Heights that could be desired Mr. Weldon
i Rev Harry W. Gilen la this week. Starke weib. visiting Mr. and Mrs\. 1. Fate Brown (Grand Champion) oald.Jiss. ; Printed in bright, gay colors! On paper of rich

a presenting a study" on "Bible Raymond Plummer came homeon M. M. Hazen end Mrs. J. C. Cone Ham pull Ire Boar under I year old } and antique weave! 12 handsome, white vellum
n Prophecy Fulfilled. each evening his (leave of absence Monday. double-fold
regular ; 1. Fate Brown
I e this week In the Baptist Church I Paracca III t envelopes to match!
lost week. He
of wan
i Thursday >&;rs. M. F. Wiggins nnd Mrs
Everyone U cordially invited to Sow under. 1 old
rusher immediately to the Naval I Will Andrews of New River were Hampshire year Miss Antoinette Paracca secretary U '
1 I' n t ; i attend. The study In In color and Hospital! In Jacksonville.. He has vlnltlng Mrs. A L. Green, Jr., I, Fate Brown to De Witt O. Jones at t FOR ONLY/ ,

tl' l. motion pictures. The Rev. GlleK'contrast double pneumonia but is repottedin Tuesday afternoon. I Poultry Show the Starke, Coca Cola Bottling 7 .., ,1 \

4f' '1 of the old and new Palestine fair condition. Mrs Roy Green and children 3 Pullets. Br. I Plymouth Rock Co., la dangerously ill wit i h a ff1 ,"
k' n 15 OCTAGON
along with many other Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells wore recently visited her parents. Rev. 1. T. L. Casey malady of long standing. She I
;l I'
prophecies which have been fulfilled _
visiting Mr. Well's parents In and Mrs G. E. McGauley of Mel- 3 Pullets, Uh. Plymouth Rock was rushed Thursday night of .

w rA r't' \ are very Interesting Live Oak lust week. 1. Mrs. J. L. Williams last week to St. Luke's Hospital, r COUPONS w r

i I\U 'fIlOIUS'r CIIUlU"11 Mr. and Mrs.! W. p Nlcholi! rose.Mr.. and Mm. Rudolph Andrews 3 PulletN.. II. Reds! I Jacksonville, In an ambulance f fC

; Sunday School 10 a. m. MOI'nIng were visiting relative) in Brooker, of New River were visiting Mrs.. I, AA's. C. Van Alstlne Miss Paracca has been with Mr.

Worship 11 a. m., sermon by this week. 1.V.. rinholster Monday. Jones a year this month, and has c. .
3 Pullets, It. I. Retie
'he pastor, the Rev. Herbert Hazard. Mr. and Mm. Mangrove have Mrs Tatum Norris of Lacrosse been in the Coca Cola bUHlncss (
t moved here from Pensacola. Mr. spent Thursday afternoon withMrs. 1. J. G. Davidson! for nine years, coming to Starke yep
4i l Evening Worship : p.
2. Mrs C. Van Alstine ,
) Uusgrove t III connected with the Frank Feagle. from the Jacksonville Coca Cola Jl
;' a r. a? sermon by pastor. MlsK Cath- lluntaim
l E'' t r ">rlne Young will Ring I a solo! State Road Dept., and will be employed I Mr. and Mm.! Lewis Clemons, Golden Seubrlglit Co. -r',., r .- "
%a ..i O text In the vicinity of Camp Mrs, Beulah Lewis and Mrs. 1, Dorothy Johns Jr ,,,
Thanksgiving. Morning :
.. I 2 Guinea Plgt IY f-IHCTIT ('OI'IIT. 8111"01111 /f
i Blending for the next few months. Florence Varnedoe spent the : :
'Praise .
t i the Lord. Blessed la the I, Pat t otvrr.: KI.OHID iv IHANCKHV
Y feareth the that Mrs. H. B. Arwood left last week-end with friends on the Gulf Casey! Lote, A. Lovell. Plaintiff, v... Ira C.I.i.vell .
man that Lord,
week for Birmingham Ala., where Coast School Exhibits: riefrndunt. Case No. 16011.OItD.lt !). 1&
,G, dellghteth greatly In his corav OK PUBLICATION AND 'n,
; 1. Brooker, Mrs. Daisy Fisher,
die will be for
visiting relatives NOTICE TO APPEAR
( mandmenta," Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Doke of La.
l v the text two weeks. principal. 8TATM] OF FLORIDA to: Ira C.
Crosse: were visiting Mr and Mrs! I.uvell 70S Washington Streit 1)11-
,j r W. M. IT. MEETING Mrs. J. P, Wyrick Is! spending I. B. Harrison Tuesday afternoon. 2. Starke E. L. Williams prin oat, MlxnlHxtppl.I.
?I tr; this week-end In Tallahassee with cipal. You are required *o appear on
Members of the W. M. U. held
Mrs. H. H. Mott and Mrs. Morsgun
January 6th.. 1942 In the above
I 3. Lawtey, I. B. Cody, principal. ?
their meeting In the her daughter, Hilda. S
regular named
Baptlst Court
Tllghman were shopping In and cause, wherein l
Miss Bonnie Ford of Jackson- 4. Hampton M. W. )'Morrow prin plaintiff neck divorce, Bradford ( nn! I Ezgulsts. Fells FIElI"IItI,
church afternoon '
fit' '
Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. AI so' Size DI..., .
County Telegraph hall publish this Malta! I>. 1:11..18': '
"w i !wUh' Mrs. J. P. Wyrick presiding. villa was visiting her sister, Mrs. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of cipal. Order In next four weekly lanuea.Wltnem ,'I. ( iII N.I l Fdwt!D.1kealv.ry for .aa.t A.I......::b,
iA Grlffls here last week.end.Don't B. Graham Mrs. Ruth Frazier, hand and of f Ictal neat)
R. A. my
All current business was attended Gainesville Mr. and Bn .d oi *""ea Mtteml I
were visiting n:
principal. at Htnrke, Fla.. thin Nov 80th, 141. di : body: <= rlirhtblu nrH ,
4 to and a Thanksgiving program forget the Red Cross Roll Mrs. N. C. Mott Sunday. (OFFICIAL, HEAL, A J. Thomas. I rated with r._ RIM. Built, to"ThttMnj-j
lli4,It ".was arranged -by 'Mrs. J. L. Her, Call. Community Exhibits: an Clerk of said Court.11-J1 4t 11-11 and I'opoypettwal tack Leal
s Mr. and Mrs. George Barber of
fib 'Brooker Humphrey Motley,' Jacksonville, Flues .
( t tell, Jr.. Gainesville were guests of the Fla. Atty. for Pit. 'plp4 ea."rwldet atlf 11 rtrMtedr
44 NEW RIVER 2. Starke ii ....... CIflElI
/ W. J. Harrell; was released from latter' brother-in-law and sister, :U.; Hampton IV CINCTIT COt-RT. BR. .JFORJ
y ; the 124th Infantry at Camp Blandlng By Mr*. O. E. Crosby Mr and Mrs. L. O. Hazen Sunday. 4., Crttham "COINTY. ITl.OHID.4j .Wla. + .ttrif ....... ".lall..n. ell"11
Mrs. E. J. Hazen and Mrs. O. eenr.Henry: WGn rt!4 (-.gt.we
this week. He drafted 5 Lawtey 101.d ,
was : art-m.Is
r' GETS BOB CAT I. Jones, Ptatntift1 VB. Asrn Ida --eel ..snap.a .
? In ,last January and ,was released Fernie Moody holds the honor W. Hazen were in Lake Butler Ie1\ *. Jonea, Defendant. CtuM Mui. Ia witanneo.-wm.l.a ba.na....mSekl.. ,

4, r k, t under the new age law. of being the lucky fellow to bag Tuesday. Efficient Firemen ORDER OF PUhLICATIOV ':'red..ettr.dar ar OhrlMr .
Mr. and Mrs. Will Edwards and an animal! that residents of this Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy were AND NOTHT TO APPEAR N .... C-I ..1.. ii en.e

Y''; C 'family have moved back to Law section had believed visiting Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr., R. C. the, Jones STATE OF FLORIDA to: Arletii, BRING YOUR COUPONS
long was an Buford new fire co| W. K. Battle, .Wad ley' TO THIS STORE '
t .
,'\; ( !, t'. tey.. Mr. Edwards is employed In enormous panther. He and Chester In Gainesville Sunday.Mr. chief and his corps of volunteer Georgia.You are required "to, appear, on. ,t t: AND TAKE YOUR, CHOICE OF 1000 FREE GIns|
t' 4Cn Jacksonville and will make the Moody and Green Moody were and Mrs. Grady Baxter of fire-fighters, have another victoryto December Int., 1941, In tie above
'1 4 trip' dally to his work., hunting Monday morning aid all Baldwin were visiting the latter's their credit in the recent fire named Court and eaus_"'*irherelnplalnllff -

', { ,, r, Friend of Mrs. Buddy CathranCLASSIFIED their dogs except an "old bulldog mother, tar*. Rob Lewis, Sunday at the home of Walter Wills on a Mr. and Mrs. O. W. graph ehalh '' fc ,
belonging to Fernle, decided Barry were South street according to' Joe publish this OnJc lit '
next .
fourweekly IssuesWitness ; '
they preferred running a fox. The In Gainesville.Friday. Martinez.. The roof was practically i nvf Hand and official! lat 1ff->*! '\,4 LOCATED STARKE HEIGHTS
bull dog continued his chas and Mr and Mrs. J. V.' Edwards and gone when the firemen arrived Starke, .Ya) .>'..this. Oat 1f'JUI; LOFFICIAia
( SEAr> .A. J. ThdmVi.
4N'yf, t FOR' SALE-market outfit: <1 8- Mr, Moody was successful in kill Mrs. Arthur Edwards were shop Mr. ,Martinez said., but thebulldlnl' Aa Clerk efvatd' -<;:onrCMO-Sl 4t 1111 I Starke '- Florida!
foot meat Cs.etrays' ; 1 Ing a hug bob cat which mewured ping in Gainesville Friday. was saved! leas U." A.Atty.StepUcmftV for Plf. J'ok">r onville,' ._Fl* ?.t

Steiner market scale; 1 Steiner four feet In length Lots of .. .' -" .. ,

r'' sausage mill. All for $850. See people In this section have been ....

I J. D. Slogan, 1322 N. Magnolia, hearing noises a t night which -1 I_.'. ,\1"f; ,: "IL "i .IJ;
I Ocala; Fla. 11.21 2lp they now believe was the bob cat

Instead"of a supposed panther..

'!>'I* ly FOR SALE One large wood Chester and Green Moody also WANT THRlttS'? f

n I heater and one small wood had luck, and came away from

,' y, heater at the Methodist par* the hunt with a fox.

y eN, :' Sons,. One large wood heater 'I ...' _
at the;.Methodist Educational ON TUB'SICK LIST .
.,' ',Several, peopleIn :6ur .com
Building. Bee Rev. O. C. Powell \ ; ,
Mrs. Titus Olson. munity ar.' onf ued" to. their bide 'r"o I". ""
or "
Itp \! .. >' :::::-" ,
this week with\ colds: among th.man -
VCR BALI!: One cull-Wooded :' Mrs. Fonle Crews! Mrs. Joe .' '} w4 : "

male Sc tty puppy 8 month Forsyth, Little Freddie John, and f 'r -

old. Registered parent.- Mr. Beverly Jo Crosby., All seem to ,

I.., $"'. Chapman,. State Farm. be Improving since good weather

Up ha. prevailed-, > last.few dav. .
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1h0ISALE T Improved 88-acnr FARMERS GIUNIJ Q' CANE: t ; .kii-: ; _. 1 ..;.. .

'.farm .with 12-room house. All Fall brings. cane grinding,, and II,. _

modern convenience A. A. hog killings. O. .F, fqmlinson, _______ :s:. -
Ann, Lawtey. tt W. B Lazenby and Mrs. E. A, _

Sapp have started the season -

beautiful FOR Lake RENT home 4 bed rlht'Ith| cane grinding' which CATAPULTING A PLANK INTO rv t3
everyone: enjoyed.! SPACE take oervee of steel and
r 6-room plit-ewcond: accuracy. Theee Navy

and 'bath bungUlbw at County Agent 1.'dy''' Dyer of men work together! like a championship : :'C\\ \
; _ '
LawUy. ,
Starke" football t
t/ was a business visitor team. Counes in all
I: -room furnished farm Beuae at brancbea
here of aviation ,
;4" recently are now being .. i.
} Hampton. Mr. Dennla of High Springs is offend to you by the U. S. Navy. /

; 3-room log cabin ,near. Farmers' visiting bra daughter. Mrs! ,.Kate j Th y qualify you to become skilled .._
Market. Sheppard 'and pilot navigator, radio expert: "
F li' Mra, E. C. gun- P tIt.r
W. T. CLUTE REALTOR here \this week. or aerial photographer. In fact,

} Across From the Bank Mr. and Mrs.: J. L.: Johns 'l and you can learn any one of 45 trade.' i ..?,

ROOM FOR RENT-Mrs., R.I'. Mrs. V. E. Sapp were visiting Dr.

Il; ]pemorest. 221 Park Place., ltp Brantley Jn Gran din Sunday. "' ,
Mrs. D. '
Hunt of MJddleburg.,
FOR RENT*. House at Klngsley the guest of her brother and sis

Lake, modern conveniences. ter-in-law., Mr: and Mrs. E. A.

,Farm at Hellbronn Springs Sapp this week. THE Ua S.
1L known as Walnwrlght-Mltchell Mlzelle Green of Raiford visited -- -

I farm. Also farm for sale. 30-gal. the bedside of his sister, Mrs. Joe -

hot water tank with oil heater ,Forsyth, here Sunday. Do things seem dull) around town for you? nation in the world. For those who enlist in the -

'for sale. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs George Jordan Do you feel tied down by your job? Here's Navy there is a wide variety of fascinating '

Starke. itp of Vanderbllt were your chance to lead the most thrilling life in '
visiting Mr. work including everything from aviation to ON SHORE LEAVE IN A STRANGE PORT: At the tiller
FOR RENT-furntahed apartmenttwo and Mrs. C. C. Butler Monday. the world. and 'get paid for it! A chance engineering. Pictured here are a few ,of the of La Navy launch, the coxswain: : takes bluejacket
miles from Starke on the and Mrs. Herbert Parrlsh's to serve your country, too. For Uncle Sam's thrOls that are everyday occurrences in the ...Ilore. If you want to travel...Waikiki, South America
were visiting Mrs. South Seas the where belongl!
Raiford road. Mrs. Parrlsh's new two-ocean Navy has and Navy' you
A. A. Dale. parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. G ships planes life of a Navy man. They're open to you right'

lip Moody, last week-end. which are unequalled by those of any other now if you've reached your.17th birthday. "
} Get this FREE Booklet
1 WANTED-middle-aged, lady with ,IIi ,
typewriting bookkeeping and BROOKERBy

i ,t cashier experience. Must be = MOSQUITOES THAT TRAVEL:; AT','45'MILES Mail coupon! for your free
Y local.-Guldon Grill. Itt Mm. Kl.lon: Hardy C- : %'/ PER HOUR I It takes a cool head and keen copy of" 'Life i in the U. S.

BRIDGE\!: t'Lrn MEETS:.: ., sr eyes to operate- this new bullet-shaped PT Telia Navy. 24 illustrated pages. !
promotions and
FUKNISHEU: COTTAGES on Torpedo Boat. You've in pay /pF
Mrs. seen the
4 t t'' Lake Santa Fe, 9 miles east of Guy Harroll was hostess ; reel newsvacatiol1ll you can expect. ((
to --- ; throwing up great waves of N:1
members! of her bridge club = spray on how you can retire on a life ktytj f
i Waldo. Electric lights running Thursday afternoon of last ; .rteeither side. But how would you like to handle income. .how you can learn
_ water. Inquire Lewis Fall flowers week. s' f' one Your Navy needs men with the stamioa any of 45 big-pay trades '
Jewelry Co., Gainesville, were used' for dec Z to tackle\ thia job! Have you got it? bow many may become: .
I Fla.U orating, and after several progressions .?7'-/i officers. 27 ecenea from Navy
', .e
v : Mrs. L. O. Hazen re. J life showing game you may
5-ROOM HOUSE with t bath. ceived high prize and Mrs.!! R. E. i 'sna'a : mayviett.TeUsenuatmentrequire

I. Nicely furnished. Electrically, Hazen won bingo. Mrs. Harrell .
r menu. If 17 and 31 no high Khool:
served delicious / Cs, you are (
equipped. Also! 4-room ginger cake with Ask the
Noob on.
),get this free book now. ga
1 apartment, nicely fur n (lahed whipped cream and coffee to her %JJ J J Navy Editor of telephone him. Or nisi.

Apply Box 1491 or phone 1982 guests '-- him the coupon.Youcanpaste it on a penny poetalcardMANNING !

Daytona Beach Fla. 11-7 3tp \ AN ANTI-AIRCRAFT GUN U real \-r '
SEWING sport-k
i FOR' SALE-20 acres cleared and The Sewing Club held Its eml- if you know how to handle one. Each man has his reading the free booklet you *e'd'jZ'
station-and a job to do. If he does it correctly '
rested land with four room the apply for a place in the Navy, you
NOTICENotice gun-crew aa a single man-with ; It w a
cottage on graded road southof receive: thia smart lapelemblem.badge .
Is deadly and .
hereby given that the accuracy superhuman speed. wear.
Write will be proud
Hampton. Mrs. D. M.\ Council of honor you
City of the of
City Starke.
Bute, Waldo. 11-14 4tp ...
Florida will hold
1g a meeting In the

th City Hall in Starke, Florida at prrrrrtTTmn ; "
WANTED TO BUY-coat hang r------------
: o'clock P. M., December
's I 2.
,+ R ers 100-Starke In good condition. 25c perk 1941. A. D. for the purpose of Are you considering joining a military service out and take or send this coupon I I

t i1 Laundry. Dry Cleaners and It and hearing agents complaints of real estate from or owners personal WHY NOT CHOOSE THE NAVAL RESERVE I I to the Navy Editor of this newspaper HJ Ked J

; LOST-white Spitz dog. Answers property, the value of which Don't ..ait. Choose the Naval Reserve I Without any obligation on my part whatsoever plea*bout |
'has been spared regardless of the length of time.- free full details.
; to the name, "Teddy." Reward. fixed by the City Assessor IIC>IU. Th. Secretary: of the Navy has an- maining in their enlistment me booklet. "Life in the Navy. giving
Mrs. II. E. Tucker. Itp of Taxes and accepted by the jounced: "AH men now enlisting in the Remember-the regular Navy and Naval I the opportunities\ for men in the Navy or Naval Rearm |I

City Council Naval Reaerve will be retained on active Reserve offer. you the same travel train- .
THANKS-to my many friends Given by order of the City Council Navy duty throughout the period of the lag promotions! increases.' Name 0\,11 I
known and unknown who have this the 8th day of November national emergency; but they will b. requirement.tntbeva1He.erveanmor.( I II
i remembered me so kindly and 1941. A. D.Signed. released to inactive duty. soon after liberal. Find out all about the Naval Re- -I I
the Add --
emergency: as their service can b. serve. Send.. the coupon now I I
substantially.-Edwin Southers
} : Carl Johns,

u I ,. It City Clerk., SERVE YOUR COUNTRY BUILD YOUR FUTURE TownI'JR. ta.NOV21 -";..J 1

lr as mall sews als -

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Congressional Neutrality Act Revision BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH !:

permits Armed U. S. Merchant 'Ships

To Sail Through Belligerent Zones; 1

Faces Serious STARKE.' FLORIDA FRID.n', NOt II I'M.. 21.._ _, 19-1 i,
S. Labor
U. Situation ,.

-ILPITOH'a| NOTE- .... ..1.I .... ... .I.r*...4 !. lb... I TWENTY YEARS AGO THIS WEEK i
... U,... at ,... .... ..-'"'.. .. .., ..._.rllF .f ,....".l.>.nn..,;..tk.i...1 '
eleased( by Westrru N
BfSINESS PROPKKTY SOLD I Thursday afternoon. Pauline I beautiful than ever. The Presbyterians H. L. Stevenson ahlpped nine
L TI Chas. R. Ensey of Jacksonville Miner 1 1
won the girl's prize box
T' 1V mzx a are a small congregation, standard barrels o f pecans to
m was In town Wednesday to com of crayons, and Paul Ernest but are alive to> religious Inter Philadelphia Monday netting I '1111 rIiIII'
plete the transfer of two store Knight secured the harp the ests. around $1.000. !

building adjoining N. B. Hull's boy's prize. S 0 I S e .
.store to Sam I IH
Rosenberg who will .
o e Mitch Edwards and family, Mr. and Mrs J. K. Wilson of ,
remodel them and make
general store. Mr. one large Roscoe McLane la doing his bit !GVriMvlNe, have mover! Into Gainesville spent Sunday at the WASHINGTONWashington ,
has \
,' great faith In the Rosenberg future of to advertise Starke. In the "For their attractive new home on home of the latter'a father, Col. ,
4 West
t est and Stream" Call Street W. T. Weeks
be has
Starke the following -
especially since there Is e i S e '
asaurance of a hardsurfaced. road advertisement"Florida:
Bass Com The fall term of circuit court Mrs. A. A, Smith I'
to Starke where and Mrs.
we I
connecting the D. C.
county with the convened (NWN3)-It i
national highway system catch them weighing 6 to 12 Monday with Hon. A. V Catherine Teare were elected delegates looks as though no now, taxes will '

pounds." Long! judge, ; A. S. Crews, state from the Lawtey Woman'sClub be passed by congress at this session I ,
attorney; W. J. Epperson, sheriff; to the state convention. In spite of the proposal bf i
WEINER ROAST and G. VT Alderman clerk. e Secretary of Treasury Morgenthaii
sy1. The B. Y. p. U. enjoyed a Sampson Lake threatens to dry for heavy new taxes to be deducted

Weiner roast at the park Friday up. If It doesn't rain soon, fishermen : In the absence of the pastor The School Board met Monday 1 from 1042 Incomes
will have to with all members present: 1.v, I I The seemsry's aim of puttingour "
their Dr. J. J.
carry fallen
night A
feature of the evening Sunday morning war effort a little closer t. beIng t
wut.tr along.with them. services. Klckllt r, A. A. Hazen, and K. T
"*vai a frightful ghost .tory- told at the Baptist Church I on a pay-as-wo-go basis and
jy G. W. Alderman." 'The ar. e were conducted by Proto B. B. Campbell, !{ at the same time curbing Inflation ;
Hrucment' committee was composed \V. C. T. {T. OFFICERS: Lane In a creditable manner S e 1 by higher taxos Is being carefully;
of John At the last meeting of the local 0 e Best tenderloin steak, 20c per side-tracked by congressmen who <
Powell. Free
Blanche Alderman Thelma Wynn.Snell- W. C. T. U. the following officers Many in Starke remember the pound. Cash Meat: Market, the already cnngreisional are acting elections with an a.,yeas. on t

grove and Mrs. J, T Quigley. were elected: President, Mrs. F. Misses Davis, who with their from this month.
A. Scott; Vice President Mrs. aged father, who was deaf and The secretary had suggested thata
e e e
. U Soviet Bassla. to tt'oolies Defy the Chill
Everyone learning the soldier's trade these 'a ..
Emily Phillips; Secretary Mrs dumb lived In and owned the Ray now tan be passed before the
I rues fee students la school. Hero a* Instructor Is shown teaching sec I* A. Davis has finished plant- J. W. White; Treasurer Mrs G. end of the year so that It could be
cottage on North Walnut street Breath of Jack Frost
edam school stadeats method. ., bayonet "'II... Not that girl as In;? his four-acre strawberry field. C. Sweat, collected beginning with the first
I MB as boys are present for tnstnctloa fa this d.... S 00. They sold out and moved to St. Farmers can prognosticate and week In 1M]. He proposed a I..
BIKTIIOVY Petersburg about 22 years ago. their signs are unfailing. It's of .. much as 15 per eont of the
NEUTRALITY BRITISH PARTY Rev. Lander's temple, the Presbyterian Their friend will congratulatethem "ditto" with fashion. Well, from taxable Income of all wage earners -
: Little Leslie Bigg celebrated Church has had Its interior on recently selling their all to be deducted by employers
Retuion CompleteWhen Loss his third birthday anniversary remodeled and III I now more there fashion indications, wo will soo from wages and ..tarl... It was I ,
property and reaping a wool mittens
pro ; long wool socks (sheer pointed out that this, plan would. .
the house voted 212 to 104 Loss of the aircraft carrier Ark fit of 129,000.S; wool for daytime hose); heads done really,oaU for ,the paying: of two f

It permit the arming of U. S. n or- Royal-was admitted by the British I 0 0 up In wool wimples; huge fur bats Income taxis In one year-since the

dint) ihlpr and"allow Ihent to ._1)'< whosaid that the''craft ,(claimed I Misses Madge Middleton and and muffs as extravagantly big. All new tax would be paid out of 1944

trough war cones Into ports of na- many times as being sunk by the Evelyn Demafee. Mesnrs Thomas will valiantly fulfill their mission of Income and t941Income! lazes

tfou it war it amounted to a repeal Nazis) had been torpedoed in the Llmbaugh, John Powell and Clifford comfort and smart appearance would also bo paid during 1943.:
Congress however Is not "
of the neutrality act's main provliioni. Mediterranean east of Gibraltar. Oa&4He9& Dutch! motored to Gainesville I I when winter brings on Its usual .d to act upon new taxes this epee year.

For as the senate had already The 22.000 ton Boating airfield was :'atuiday to !see! the football game quota of days with s sharp tang. And as the 1042 elections got closes

adopted the same measure sunk while In tow after a submarine they are less and less apt to paaa J
UK idministratlon's battle on this torpedo had struck her. tax measures unless the President
vital! issue was over. Author puts on great pressure for their ,
STRIKES: o/ "How to Win Friend + Through Burning Russian Village p....... <
At a vote neared on the measure and Almost as frightening as taxes to '
i warning came from President Galore Influence Peon"RETIREMENT congressmen Is the demand for

Roosevelt that its defeat would be : price control legislation which they I
Highlighting the of
news a troubled
evidence to Hitler,that "the United are now forced to act upon. It is
labor situation In the United '
States is disunited." For a while expected that some form of price)
States was the strike called for December control will be passed but unless
\there were strong Indications of a 7, by 350,000 operating employees the congressional attitude towardit
Democratic revolt in the house, as of change radically It Is unlikelythat
the nation's railway systems AGE CAN BRING
many members were reported to be |I a measure with enough teeth .

demanding a firmer presidential The American Federation of Laj|j NEW ACTIVITY In it to stem Inflation will bo enacted I
Opposition' by farmers to
Hand on defense strikes in return
for "going along" with the Roosevelt bor trades In San Diego 2,000 members I A few years ago a man In England had arrived at the Yep rf' price control and by labor to wage
of which had -walked out. crippling when think of control !ta expected to prevent
foreign policy. age, men retiring. Other men, his age were .

When the President's warning,. .to projects navy, went and back marine to work defense l being retired, but.he did not want to give up.jf He' was past pnsiiiRe Thervfbre of, It any Is adequate predicted measure by. eco- J

the form of a letter to Speaker Sam : At the same time the C.I.O. chieftains I 63. Retirement,:,however was forced on him., He was interested numlc experts here, that wo can

Rayburn, was read before the house. : in the coal dispute In the capotlve in the world around him, so instead of rustingout expect high Increases In prices during

lt was Interred that ..assurances were mines walked out of the conference he decided to take up a new subject and learn all he 1942 and, therefore continued I

being! given that the strike situation and it began to look as could about it! He decided to study ftngerpriqts.He I demands in by'wages i abor' for more increases I i

would be dealt with and many mem- the would have take was Francis Gallon. *''' t l ,< i
though to
army ,; The rallro-nj situation, with a" ,
ten wereieperte4tie! ?rave then fall- : Over and operate the mines""""""'"" t'I l"' 'His"friends1 told \SoWan: Galton"!=waS"' foBJisrijr.;? heI ,.... _,,' general railroad .strike threatened : I

ea lit behind, the -White, House- ,revision In-the steel-coal-mine strike, h plarfj.: everafter a quadruple plea by |' him and he wanted to learn all about it. wiry 1inlir } ,v41 -,\;. ? '-' ", I tlon on 'labor problems again. The I
> .. ..: ;
Marked railroad mediation which Includes
by a hectic battle on the plan
: President Roosevelt to John L. Lew- j ,The of .... ."' '; \ .! .
.o )
i principle finger had been known for : ,
luue, the principal fight centered : |' printing (. ,N.WNf'J a 30-day "cooling off" period j i
1s had temporarily halted the threat- ..... todt'w ._ .;... before ef'i'
repeal of the combat zone and betllgerent years but nothing had ever come of it. So IjfranAis; Galton "" .1\1' a strike goes Into ;
port provisions. For chipping ened' walkout of 53.000 workers and started in to learn all he could about it. ,What he was The German captloai for this picture does not name the Russian feet has been held up as a model f.
: had sent thtirx back to work pendIng plun which' should: be followed to
arming had already been "afc* negotiations before the national going to do with the knowledge, he didn't know. All he village through which Nazi artillerymen are taking their horsra but prevent strikes In other Industries. j J <,<

proved by the House and senate I, mediation board, trouble developed I r_ knew was that he was not going to sit around and worry Interesting horses. They la the have fact performed that. the great better German than motorlned war machine equipment still ultra In It Is only because of the cinltna oft !.i

lacked on 'the controversial provl. as loon *s the board ,decided adversely about himself and get full of aches and pains. He began Russian mud.Famous. period: provision that the railroad it I..
lion when It passed the broader : to the closed shop' demand. I I to make fingerprints, collected them studied them classi- strike didn't begin both on November 8. 'fdl)'
time railroad !
At that
bill and returned it to the house. for Lewis had set !SJr!
concurrence. only three days lefore that time the :I in the work. His "step grew lighter; he was con- Get New Home cor-iirorrlie plan offered by a fuel- \1\\,
GERMANS II board, on whirrPhilip, Murray, and sidered younger than men of his age who had retired. Quads a Key to a fkuu.ng ,uuurd appointed by the 9President. !'

: ot" r C.I.O. chieftains were sitting, I He began to Write on the subject of fingerprints and !I t':
Tho plan provided for
Fighting/ Front declined to vote the_ closed shop.
fingerprint identification. He decided that it might be applied temporary wage Increases which r
Frank admissions from Berlin Murray and his aides had announced to the identification of criminals. He worked harder I would have colt the railroads $:nO.- > :

!feat the attack on Russia was ,ontiwly that they were quitting. than ever now. Anew and important use had suddenly 000XX( If, because of the cooling f'I

stalled no longer bad ,been ,WAR : opened. When he was 70 he published a book on the sub- off averted period It Is the held railroad likely that strike congress Is- !

withheld as Germans were flndtc And /rt/r. Welles"Administration ject. He made the startling statement that no two finger. will make such a mediation < I,
| it necessary to explain to u.. prints were exactly alike; also said they could be classi.! period mandatory before any strike
People!. the failure of their armies to forces saw the approach fled It shook the British government. And it takes some- can bo-carried out. But if the railroad
Icaptur* Leningrad Moscow 01? the of America's entry' Into actual plan doesn't work out. then the
thing to shake the British. Was their old method out of t
[defenses in the DoneU.basin.. hostilities: as closer not bo- Potion demand for anti-strike legit J
date The British government appointed a commission to '
German press announcements cause of repeal of, the neutralityact's will again be strong j
I blamed entirely the westher. It also main restrictive paragraphs, study his discoveries and claims, and decided to make As the Jolted States becomes amore f I

I*u claimed that the. Russian de- but as a result of Increased pressure use of his discoveries., He was knighted. He was made active participant In the war I
-. Sir Francis Galton! following congressional action ending
especially around Moscow on this country by Japan and Gor- restrictions
I Were based on the ',knowledge -tijat) many. Other men started to work, and his system was Im. marine and permitting on our the merchant arming f

I b.German mechaniaed army could Sumner-Welles. undersecretary of, proved. It swept over England it raced over-the sea and of our' shtpg. this city U playing: '

loot operate over fieldsandthrough state, and :President Roosevelt himself the basis of hiS system is now in use in the Federal Bu- host to two important diplomats who

| Sods on a terrain covered -with In their Armistice day Addresses reau of Investigation In Washington, D. C.-our famous may have a lot to do with our next I _
I mow and rain. -- had Issued solemn moves la tho war. One visitor I.a I.
One FBI. About 0,000 fingerprint records are received by the well-known,. ,Japanese diplomat .
"This communiquo said: warnings. bureau each day. These are all classified handled and Saburo Kurusu. whoso conversation
has forced us to use'roads Mr. Well es, in particular said: with our officials'
answered within 36 hours. government .
of traveling crop-country. "Another war maybe forced on may determine whether we will
How much better it was for him to pitch into
I and these roads are UtsraUy mina the United States at any moment by something have war or peace in the Pacific.
kids, sspclally the shoulders." Japan or Germany. new, when retirement age came, than to sit around and Gafve....'. (Texas) famous e.aadrnp are pictured bore getting Thai other diplomat, with whom
I Us defenses around Moscow were "The tides are running fast. do nothing. Don't ever retire. You may have to give up a her (o their now homo from a member of that elt,'. "quadruple government officials are most anxious
| Mwribd as extremely powerful "Tho heart-searching question every your job but don't give up your mind I It will work for housing committee." The homo with three lots and house furnishings to work out plans for the part !

and intricate. Including aubUrranel American citizen must ask himself you as long as you Live. True it will work slower but it was presented so tbo Badgett quadruplets .la exchange for If years' wo will play in this war. is MaxJtnLltvlnoff .
permanent residence l. Ualvestoo. Ibe cb l tank l IanU would dash directly into battle we have to Uvo would have como comes, don't be one of those who climb into.a rocking- diplomat In Washington at the \

I and 1 then circle and r..eDter their to this desperate pass had the United chair and talk about the good old days and prognosticatethat same lime It Is wondered if any

"bunkers" after firing a few shots. States been willing In those years the generation Is going to Hades. Seize effort will be made to bring them t

forces'M before the German attacking which fallowed 1919 to play its full something younger new; continue to live! *Some\vliere on the Broad Pacific delicate together relations to aim at which working now out exist the
could about .
organize their defense. part in striving bring a new
This between the Soviet and Japan, but
system really the Rus- world order based on Justice and on
gave ,, .. ,. .. it ls probable that Mr Kuruau'smission
an. .
movablo fortification The a steadfast concert for peace." ... t.,' 1' if ) will be "Confined entirely to

I wrrnan communique also said they He said that President Wilson dying Farewell to Mexico Champ Husker 't 0\0 --.. relations between his country and

I sere encountering flame throwers so five years after he had laid the 3 the United States.

l toneealed In the ground that only groundwork of such cooperative effort -- ..- Whether the strained relations
I the,nozzles were showing and which "was laid to rest amid the r which exist between this country ,, .
I J u1d be operated from a considerable apathy and the sneers of those of and Japan can be lessened by the

I distance with devastating effect. his opponents who had through appeal conversations with Mr. Kurusu I*
The doubted but It Is expected that
I to Russians thus have been able to ignorance, to passion and these conversations will clarify the r.
I bold back the Nazi attack, Berlin to prejudice temporarily persuaded situation in the Pacific and thus I,

frankly admitted though it was the people to reject Wilson's plea wr.z. aid our government In determining
Mimed that at one point the as- that the influence! the resources and whether our navy must bo divided
:uit had reached within 31 miles of the power of the United States be between the two oceans or if
e borders we can strengthen our forces In
of Moscow. exercised for their own security and
the Atlantic to speed the delivery of
chime Nothing was said about Russian their own advantage( through our munitions to the anti-Axis powers
that her In an association of
troops were actually parUclpation
"wing I The shelving of our neutrality act
the offensive at many points. nations for peace." fp r Is considered here as a green light

RXSS: And Secretary Knox told a Providence for our navy to go to war. Becauseof
To audience that "the hour of that Interpretation, certain congressmen I
Continue decision Is here" and that the nation would have preferred a I

Finland' ln a ><">,thy reply to Sec- should maintain Itself In "In vote on an actual declaration of war ..
on Germany but It Is now thought
tal'J "
Hull'. message urging withdrawal stant readiness for defense. Of the unlikely: that such a vote will betaken
sus from the war against' Rus- Japanese situation he said: this winter.

5e, wd politely rejected the plea of "We have co-operated with every Our navy Is now In a position to \:

kid United i state. ahd In effect. liberal and peace-loving element IB Josephus Daniels (Irlrhll.) retiring do whatever part Is necessary in
a that her objectives were not yet Japan and we are still ready to co U. 8. ambassador to Mexico, and '2'LM getting munitions to the anti-Axis ,
ccOmplished.the operate. Avila Camacho .. power. and for the time being thereis
Mexico's president
Thus Floyd Wile of Prairie Center 111., no further role which It is considered
pressure from the hard- "We have been patient while our embrace each other as the diplomat
is shown In action daring the eighteenth for to play.
rating the necessary
and winter-accustomed have been violated. good-by to countryla
rights nays
F'tna' annual National tornhusklnf Probably not until there Is a demand
had which be served .o long. President aboard a V. S. aircraft carrier somewhere on
? continued on Russia'scirNsrn Wo are moved and actuated in contest In which be husked 43.41 Impressive scene navy for an American expeditionary .
called him one of show the flight deck thronged with planes, all warming I
Camacho broad Pacific
front, keeping the Pacific no less than In the Atlantic minute to defeat 21 the
a big portion Mexicoever bushels In 80 bombers force will any further vote on
scout ,
friends There lighter planes, planes
Ie Reds' planet' and armies In solely by considerations of he best American other contestants for the champion op for a take-off. sod are dive bombers. war be presented to congress.4111 .
lion bad. and deadly torpedo planes ,
and *
complicating her defense. self-defense. I I i

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NOV 21 1941 =

__ _____ 21.


Queen's Job SIX Kathleen Norris

.N! TIlE COUNTY JI DOK'K e-OI'RTI R..,. 11 Twp. 7 8. R. U B.. HO Says:
I Foil HHADKORD. V O V H T Y., Acre., more or less. I* embraced
KI.UHIDA under .said Certificate No. 5.
This I. to notify all to whom It The assessment of the said. prop. Middle\ Aged
Help Women
may concern that on the Ith day of i erty under the Raid certificate issued p INCHSERMON
December, A. D. 1941, 1 will apply were In the name of Mri. N. HEALTH
I tn the County Judge of Ilfndford J.. .htald Learn to Earn
County Florida lo sell. .at private Unless certificate .shall be
tale, all the Interest of Hilly Fin. redeemed accordlnr to law the (Bell Syndicate-WNU Service.)
Icy Harold Flnley and Roland Fin- property described therein will be ARTIE MtOOVCRN I
r ey In and to I l deiwt4b.4 sold to the highest bidder at the
lands In hDr.'dJ ; County, rourthousa door on the first Monday fI -

Florida, to-wltl In the month of December tr
'4 Comm e n o I n g Two Hundred 1MI which I. the lit day of l>e- .r; 7
Twenty, (220) feet from northwest cember 1841. L REV. ROBERT H. HARPER
Corner of No.1 b..t Quarter of Dated this 30th.. day of October. Flat Feet Common t, yf'4'

forthwest, Quarter, running South 1
Two Hundred Ten. (210) feet [OFFICIAL BEAD A. 3. Thomas Ailment Prayer and Thankifiving.Leuan .
hence Kant Four Hundred Twenty Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Fallen arches or flat feet I* the
(420) feet thence North Two, Hun. County Florida. 10-31 4t 11-21 It for November 3fMatthei*
ailment may
Ired Ten thence West most common foot I Tkeualon-
(210) feet chief of 6: S-ISt I Epheiuuu 5i 20t
Four Hundred Twenty (420) feet iv .n'I'.T rvr"T. BRADFORD come from many causes iaru 5 16-16.
10 the pine. of beginning,, being In COITV, FLORIDA I* CHAN which 1 I. improper walking. with :
Section 94, Township 0 Boutb. ('icity. the weight thrown on the Inside Instead Golden r....: I Theuatoniant 5:

lange 22 East, containing aboutTwo William. Young Plaintiff vs. of the outside of the foot. 17, 18
Acres less.Josephine !
more or
Flnley Guardian.: Elisabeth Ann Young Defendant.Case Keeping the feet parallel when Jesus spoke of men who loved to

11-7 4t 11-28 No. 1561.OnDER standing or walking insures the pray in public places to be seen of _

OF PUBLICATION only proper distribution of the men. And some men today seem _, k _

ANT NOTICE TW APPEAR weight, for thus the outer arch most concerned in their prayers, In
IN cinrriT COC-RT BRADFORD STATE ()FLORIDA to: Ell a- the heard of L/L/
co'Nry!I FLOHIIIAI IN tllAN.tKRV. beth Ann Youngof 1713 East 116th. which is designed for purpose the public worship to be
receives the burden. You can read. men. Jesus speaks primarily of
Kdward Helsler Plaintiff V. Place Cleveland Ohio. ily see this for yourself if you will the individual's prayer-alone with
; .Milan Helaler Defendant. Casa. No. you are required to appear on _
L664. December I. 1941, In the above stand for half a minute with the God. "Vain repetitions" are not re

'< ,%-, ORDER OF PUBLICATION namd Court and cause. wherein heels together and toes turned out. quired. God needs not to be informed _. a ___
">": 'to ANn NOTICK TO APPEAR plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford Then bring the heels around until and impressed by "much _

STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lillian County Telegraph shall publish Issues.Witnese thin.. the toes turn in, and you will actually speaking. He "knoweth what y -
Helsler, whose residence la un Order In next four weekly
known. my hand and official veal feel the arches come up. Popular things ye have need of. before ye ,
You are required to appear on at Ktnrke, Fla I this queen't job include many Deoember 1, 1941 In the ..bov.nam..d ( MEAL) A. J. Thomas, may be acquired by people We call the model of payer :ryr e. ______ -

thing and here the cameraman Court and cause., Bradfordounty wherein At Nathan Clerk of snld Hchevlti.court. 10-81 Jacksonville.t 11-21, who do very little walking. ThoseIn which Jesus gave hit disciples the '

picture Queen Elizabeth r. : tT.I"-shall publish this Fla. Att)'. for flf.IN sedentary occupations who sit Lord's Prayer. Let us make it our _

Order In next four weekly. Issues.Wltnenamv at desks aU day have little opportunity own. It includes all we need ask _
of England having her shoes hand and tidal ...-..I! cinrriT COIHF. BRADFORD to develop the foot muscles. Following affirmation of ralth in the

"fitted upon visiting; a shell at Htarke Fin this Oct. 30 1941.OFI"ICIAL fOI MTV, PI.ORIUAI IV IHAVLe'na Consequently special exercises to Father and praise we are 'o pray
( ) A. ThomasAs
j factory. In order' to prevent Clerk of said.. court 10-31 4M1.1Chan. t'HY.Griffin DeLoach. Plaintiff strengthen theleet should be part for the coming of God' kingdom

accident when entering the Miller Jacksonville, Fla, vs.. William Albert PeLoach. Defendant .,f the daily program of the office and the doing of his will. "Th)
\ Atty. for PIf.c'InrtlT. Case No. 184&. worker. will be done" is the substance 01
l "danger zone" of the factory ORDER OP PtlllLICATION One of the best foot exercises I all prayer. If God's will be doneIn

special attention mutt be ANI> NOTICE TO APPEAR be performed at almost anytime for shall need
f 3 given IK COI'HT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. STATE OF FLORIDA to: William may us and us, we
to fit and type of shoes worn. ; FLOHIUt. IV ('IIA Albert IKiLcach.. Residence of the day without any special nothing more and such a petition
3i j CKHY. Unknown. ap Qrntuo. Simply stand with feet demands that we commit ourselvesto

George IT Culverhouse. You required to appear 01 parallel and curl the toes under as Gods will. But particular pray

ROME >vs.Plaintiff(la.... No. IKK December.t, 1941, I In the ahoy tliou", h you were trying to pick an er for oneself follows, for bread
wherellalntlff V
: and
named Court
CHUBB, off the Boor, keeping the and deliverance from
Dorothy Bnrrnall Culverhouse.. seeks divorce, tlradfon. ouect forgiveness
!'And Hostages I Defenilant County' Telegraph, shall publish thlOrdr weight at all times on the outside '' temptation. ,We forgive and prayto Vt
ORT>KH OF PtJ1UACAPiOfANTi In next four weekly Issue of the foot. Repeat 10 times. be forgiven that we may be right
Italy by arresting 150 hostage in NOTICE TO APl'KAK: Witness my hand and official deal
with God and our fellows and we
( at Btarke, Fla. tills Oct. 2 9, 1941.OFFICIAL i'
& Jugoslavia a* an aftermath of a deliverance from
thy Barrnall Culverhouse, residence ( HEAL) A J Thomas fee simple title; and you are hereby pray for temptation :
Serbian uprising in which a large unknown. A. Clerk of Raid. court. 10-31 4111-21 required to appear (personallyor that we may be .true to our ,
number You are required to appear onDeufember '' Frank Landrum "Btarke' Fla. said. and selves.
of Italian soldier and civil let. 1941 In above named i by attorney) In Court
Atty. for Plf. cause,on December 1st, 1941 or theallegations should be ;
Ian were slain and wounded, had, Court and 'cause, wherein plaintiff Prayer accompanied bythanksgiving.
s. seeks. divorce. of plaintiff's sworn bill Craven indeed is
Bradford County the
:placed herself In position to go Into Telegraph .shall publish this Order IV! rilirtlT ("OI'R.... BRADFORD of complaint will be token. as confessed man who freely receive but never An elderly woman tvho. It now rich because of certain ptcttU ifii put I

the hostage-execution. business a In next four weekly Issues. (COI'YtTY. FL.OHIUAI IV C1IAV. by Telegraph you. is. The hereby BradfordCounty designated give Cod thank We should not the market took a cook' jots at t35 a month seventeen' yean/ no.<< At 43 i

similar manner to that of the Nazi seal. Witness at Starke. my, hand Florida and this official October CKHV.UoroTliy Brickman Baker PlaIn. as the duly qualified newspaper always com into God's presence went humbly .into a younger woman' houtehold and experimented In i c

la Franc and other occupied coun 2?. 1941.OFFICIAL tiff. V". Raymond Alvord Baker, In which thin notice shall be Just to ask for something we want. and pickling.
.trIlL ( HEAL) A. J. Thomas Defendant Cane No. 1663. published once each week for fourconsecutive Ws should also come to thank him
A. Clerk of Maid Court OHUER OF PUBLICATION weeks prior to said return KATHLEEN NORRIS
In th*' official casualty list Inoreee. Knight: 'it Knight Htarke. Fla. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I day.Witness. for: what h.bll already done.: And By THEY CAN BE USEFUL

and Jugoslavia Issued b,. th* Attys.. for Plf. 10-31 4t 11-21 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Raymond I mOllland and official seal sometime our best communionwith doesn't someone
{ Alvord Baker, of 129 WestMountain at "Starke' Bradford County. Flor. God would be in silence-in They can be useful and, 1
refraining -
Italian sine their armies occupied I ida this November 3rd., 1941 WHY
View Lone Beach Cali a school for mid-
from doing all the In& useful they can be
talking hap
those countries 179 Italian soldiers IN cinrriT (COI'RT BRADFORD fornia. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasClerk
had been reported killed, and 1M (' fly, FLOHIDAl IV CIIAV.! You ..I required to appear onDecember of Circuit. Court Bradford ourselves and In listening to bear : women? They are usually more reliabll
('stH V. 1941, In the above County Florida.T. what God might say to us.
wounded.It a I.auro Krausa Plaintiff I named Court and cause, wherein Frank Landrum i Women who want to earn than younger girls, uhotl

was the first Urn sine the outbreak vs. No.rlct'r 1561.ORDEIt Krauss. Defendant.Casa County plaintiff Telesraph seeks. divorce shall publish, Bradford this Atty. for Pit. 11.7 4t 11-28 I January. 6th. 142 In the above money or who are forced by mind are still on the /fun I tare tht\\

of the war that the Italian OF PUBLICATION Order In next four weekly InduedWltneHM IV CIRCrlT ("01.n.... BRADFORD named Court and cause, wherein circumstances to support going, to have after uorh
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR my hand and official seal COI VTY, FLOHIUAI IV! CHAN. plaintiff seeks. divorce and custodyof
command bad resorted to the "hos hour maki
ing They often/
RTATE OF FLORIDA to: Richard at Starke. Fla. thin Oct. 20. 1941. ('F-HV. children. Bradford County Tele- themselves, and have no idea
ta,. method" of control or reprl..LMEDITERRANEAN Krause, whose residence I. Unknown (OFFICIAL HEAD A. J Thomas Brinkley Crlbb. Plaintiff vs. graph-shall publish this Order In fine saleswomen tearoon
Aa Clerk of Bald court. 10-31 4111-21 Edna teula Crlbb Defendant. Case next four-weekly Issues. bow to go about it.
You required to appear on Nathan Bchevlts, Jacksonville No. 1589 I Witness my hand and official seal In sizable such a manager, and one woman
: December.t, 1941, In the above Fla. Atty. for Plf.IV ORDER OF PUBLICATION ; at Htarke. Fla, this Nev. 13 1941. any city who visits the patients" in i
named Court and cause, wherein AND NOTICE TO AI'PEAR i (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. TkomasAs school probably would enroll
Battle ReportBritish plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford 'IHn'.T COVKT. BRADFORD STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edna Clerk of said Court. 11-14 4t 12-5 large hospital, i* to valwM

'warships, under the gun County Telegraph shall publish I this COuNTY FLORIDA IV CHAN. Eula. Crlbh..o City Cafe Fair 200 students on the first day. that the ha been, unable 14]
Order In next four weekly Issues. CKRV. Bluff North Carolina.You .
of a highly superior Italian naval Witness: my hand and official seal William Henry Teh. Plalntlfl are required to appear on IV! riRCITIT COURT BRADFORD Classes would be in simple resign, although the now i ian

force had engaged a convey. in th* at Htarke. Fla. this Oct. SO, 1941. V..*. Helen Tesh Defendant. Ca.. N< January 6th, 1942 In the above ('OlvTV' FLOHIUAI IN CHAN.CKRT. bookkeeping and budgeting income. Y
independent .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas named Court and cause wherein
Mediterranean..' and had sunk sev A. Cl.rkofsaldcourt. 10-31 4t 11-31 1&62.ORDER OF PUBLICATION I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Lola Hopper, Plaintiff vs. James cooking, housekeeping per middle iged women can wort
rat freighter also three destroy Chan. Miller I .-Jacksonville, Fla. I, AN1) NOTICE TO APPEAR I Bounty T.le..r'f.h shall publish this D, Hopper, Defendant Case No.
Atty. for. Plf. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hele1... Order weekly Issues. 1679. sonal appearance and cleanliness and do it well BUT-th
en. .. Teen, of 814)) Woodland Avenue, Witness my hand and official'; ORDER OP PUBLICATION be takt ord
mud willing to
Th British admiralty announcedla Wlnston-flalrm; North Carolina.You seal. at Htarke, Florida thIs Novem NOTICE TO APPEAR order, sewing, sellingin
a later communique that four iv cmcriT'cornT.; BRADFORD are required appear on her 13th, ,1941.OFFICIAL STATE OF FLORIDA to: James serving tearooms from a younger woman, do J
COUNTY,..FLORJIDAl ,IV! CHAN- December 1. 2941, 1:0 the above ( HEAL) A. J; ThomasAs I'>. Hopper whose residence ia Un. shops '
more AxI. troopship bad been sunk' (,1RY. named .Court' and cause,. wherein Clerk of said Court. 11-14 .t 11- known. and beauty shops and dentists' lot of thing they JHm'hired

two sailing vessel. sent to the bottom Herman Hodges b..fend.nt.Plaintiff vs. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Nathan Schevlts, Jacksonville, Fla. f.yar\I .qUUt.: to appear on to do, and never co
Margaret Hodges, Case County Telerraph hall publish this Atty. for Pit. Ja In the abovenamed omces'and a score of
and four other vessels dam. No. 1640 Court and wherein,
Order In next four weekly liiauea.Witness cause, plain.
aged. ORDER OF PUBLICATION my hand and official Heal IV! TIRCriT COI'RT. BRADFORD plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford other lines that would help

ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR .t Starke. Fla. thla Oct.! 29. 1941. ('OlUTY, FLOHIDAl IV! CHAV. County e : ra1'oh publish this to become useful and
AU of Skis was accomplished by STATE OF FLORIDA to-: Margaret 40FFICIAL HEAL) A. J. ThomasAs CKKY.Catherine. Order 1 In weekly Issues. women women are In charge of linen i

ubmarlaa action, the British aiiert- Hodges: Koute No. 1. Yanceyvllle. Clerk of said court 10-31 4t 11-21 R. Davis. Plaintiff vs Witness my hand and official I seal self-supporting and Incidentally the staffs of the dli
North Carolina.I at Ktarke managing
Fin, this 13
Nathan 1941.
Hohevlts Jacksonville
eeL It was considered possible that You are required to appear on Fla. Atty. for Pit No.Richard 1&70.L. Davis, Defendant. Case (OFFICIAL, SEAL) :tOVj. ThomasAs infinitely: happier room and bedrooms. One wo

the action might have been a prelude December 1, 1941 I In the abovenamed ORDER OF PUBLICATION Clerk of said Court. 11-144112-6 I know adored and pi l
Court and cause, whereinplaintiff Francis M. McHale citizens. was an
to activity by the British in seeks divorce, Bradford NOTICE TO APPEAR Jacksonville she wn 51. Nl
: Fla. Atty. for Plf. pered wife until
County Telegraph shall publish this STATE OF FLORIDA to: Rich- Bard Test W *araeter.
.Nerth Africa.MARSHALL. Order In next four weekly Issues.. (COUNTY KHV.! FLOIUUAI IV .CHAN.. ard L. Davis. of. Boston Massachusetts. But women of 40 and older, essay. for 10 year she has been In a 1

: at Witness Starke' my Fin hand this and Oct.official 1941.seal. Frank Alvin Knox. Plaintiff vs. You are required to appear on IV! ('IRCVITCOuRT, BRADFORD ing real work for the first time, I, hospital; she is the visitor v
10 Ora Lee Knox Defendant. No. Cot-.e'rY, FLORIDAl room wry fll
Cane IV! CHAN. into
January 6th, 1942 In the above come your
) A. J Thomas 1660. IEHY.Lesley. after 20 or more ;years of being
MoraleGen. A. Clerk of named Court and cause, wherein or brings you
On said court. 10-31 4t 11-21 ask a question |
Ch.... Miller Jacksonville, Fla. ORDER OF PUBLICATION plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Butler. Plaintiff. vs. John own mistresses and arranging their
George C. Marshall, bead Ally for Pit. STATE AND NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPEAR Lee. i County Telegraph shall publish this A. Butler, Defendant. Case No. own hours; are not often ready to piece cf good news.Can't .
OF to'! Ora Order .In next four weekly Issues. 1683.
of the army., declared there was in Knox whose residence Is Unknown.You I Witness. my hand and official seal. ORDER OF PUBLICATION take jobs ,on ,terms equal to those Be ReplacecL'T. :

progress a "sudden and wide.spread ; IV CIRCl'IT COI'RT. BRADFORD .I required to appear onDecember at Starke, Flit iAz'this Nov. 13 1941.OFFICIAL NOTICE TO APPEAR girls get. Girls are brisk, smart, .. been wanting to stop for t
1941 In the above !
attempt on the part of the (COI'VTY.' FLORIDA! IV! CII..N'EnV. named Court and, cause, wherein ( .. Clerk of said Court.) A.1l.H.t J. 'IltomasA 12-6 Butler STATE OF FLORIDA to: John A. modern, clean. Yes, clean.A years, I've inherited a little me"

Wails to sabotage United State Myrtle A. Hobbs. Plaintiff vs plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Ralph c. Romedy, Jacksonville, Fla. Jnknown., whose residence_ I. Un. woman employer of hundreds of and I could go out to Santa 11

munitions, utility and transportationIndustries Harlan 1943.1C. Hobbs, Defendant.! Casa Order County. In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish liiauea.this Atty. for Pit. You are required to appear on women told me that on. great trouble bara and be near Jane and the clj
-also the arm,.'* morale." ORDER OF PUBLICATION Witness my hand and official seal January named 6th., 18.2. In. the above with older women is that they dren." this woman said to mi r
IV! ( .R.T Court andcause wherein
at Htarke, Fla.I this find
Already the general revealed STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to Harlan. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.t'J.Jlh 1941.' ,j CO VTY, FLOItlDAl IN CHA.V.CKRY. plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford don't observe personal hygiene. cently. "But they csn't

there has been uncovered an Axis H. Hobbs, Co. 1420 C. C. C.: Corps. As Nathan Clerk of .said court. 10-31 4t 11-21 Joseph. L. Johns, Plaintiff vs. County Order In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.this which In plain English is that one to take my place! I mean pU

propaganda attack designed to disrupt Munford. Alabama.You Fla. Atty. for Hchevlts Flf.IV Jacksonville, Eugenia Florence John. Defen Witness my hand and official seal they don't bath dally. Their clothing one who won't depress the

moral December are required to appear on dant. Case. No.- 1579. at Htarke, Fla. this 13, 141. isn't fresh and dainty. with her own trouble. and wIlD]
army Isk.
1941 In the abovenamed ORDER OF PUBLICATION (OFFICIAL SEAL) A ov.i. Thomas s
This campaign using "clever Court and cause. wherein CIRClET COIHT, BRADFORD NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court. 11-14 4t 11-5 Then they are apt to be sensitive, willing occasionally to carry

methods" baa succeeded already In County Plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce shall Bradford corvrv, FLORIDA. iv CIIA.V.CKHY. ; STATE OF FLORIDA to: Eugenia O. A. Stephens, Jacksonville, Fla ; auspicious and resentful To be ordered or answer a telephone.
publish Florence John. whose residence Atty. for Plf. further c
this Order In next four weekly I about at 5.. by a girl exactly "Last year she
upsetting the famllle of soldiers Issues Cora Hope, Plaintiff vs. Thomas I. Unknown. ..:-.- in she
and has also misled some member Witness mr hand and William Hope Defendant. Case No. You are required to appear on half on*'* age, is a bard test of .d." the night cook wss ,,
official seal
January 6th In the abovenamed I.N CIRCUIT I used to
at Htarke 1666ORDER character. But if cff for a month.
f this Oct. 3D, 1941. many a woman,
4> congress. Court and wherein, COUNTY
The he Aa(OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. :J. Thomas' ; AND NOTICE TO APPEAR plaintiff seek* divorce. Bradford e-1'R1o' abe could have met that test with the girls something to
Clerk of
dally said. said
general' mall
O A. Court 10-314111-21) STATE OF FLORIDA to: Thomas County Telegraph shall publish this Ouldo La Ro..... Plain- sweetness and amiability would be night-clam chowder or club wwlches.
Deflect* "German scheming through ida. Jacksonville, Flor. William Hope, whose residence Is Order In next four weekly Issues. tiff. vs. Helen Morrill Crudelle La loved to do It, and
for '
letter from families who are worrying Atty. PIt I Unknown. Witness my hand and official seal no...... Defendant.. Case No. 1586. In a good job today.Complaining I SomeUm
are required to appear on at Starke.: Fla., this Nov. 13. 1941. ORDER OF PUBLICATION at great length of the were so appreciative: !
about their boys In the army, IV! CIRCl'IT D.rb 1. 1941, I In the. above (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas NOTJCW 'TO,APPEAR them with their charti-M
who have been led to believe, for tOIRT. BRADFORD named Court and cause, wherein As Clerk of said Court. 11-144118-5 S..ATE,01P FLORIDA to: Helen change inher'fortunes, and going help smooUM
instance that the soldier lack food (COIWT1.'J1JMY. FI.OHIUtl IV CIIAV.William : plaintiff Reeks divorce Bradford Francis. M. McHale, Jacksonville, Morrlll Crudelle La Rossa, eo. Mr over the head of the office manager thing to have things work

B, Isokrelt. County. Telegraph shall publish this Fla. Atty. for Plf. and Mrs. Tony Racine North with complaints to the higher boss That 1* the answer to lueewjany
proper shelter or.medical attention. Elisabeth Order In next four weekly Issues. nrand Avenue, Poufhkeepsie, New door.
Thlgpen Isokrelt Do- Witness hand and seal York. are only two of the that Job. Opening a
my official things
fenduntORDER. IV! riRCI IT ('OuR?. BRADFORD '
"They come from members of OF PUBLICATION I.t Starke, Fla. this Oct. 30'. 1941. COI'VTY, FLORIDA IV! CHAN. You are required to appear on make the employment of older worn. letter, running out for sump
who have been (OFFICIAL NEAL) A. J. Thomas January 5th. crumb.,
congress similarly AND NOTICE TO I CKRY.Thelma. 1942. in the above brushing
APPEAR tog tea cups,
bosses haven'ttime
As Clerk of en risky. Higher
court. 10-31
misled.' HTATR OF U JI-n Bradley, Plaintiff. vs. named Court and cook or B
to: Ell... cause, wherein absent
Sam B. Wilson Jacksonville, Fla. to listen while the widow tog in for the
beth Robert today
BradleyDefendant. Case
Thlgpen Im.krelt. whose resi plaintiff "seeks' dIvorce Bradford I
H* cited the various events indicative Atty. for Plf. telephone"anything
dence la unknown. No. 16110 County IIIT.. : rafo'sr.h publish this of some old friend, coming smilIngly or elevator boy or
of disrupted moral which occurred You required e on ORDER OF PUBLICATION Order weekly I Issues. to have thing.
during the sximmer. December.1, 1941. In ot" above iv iinriiT roiRT. BRADFORI I NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness my hand and official seal! into the office, proceeds to tear
named Court and ..auMe. wherein COt Vrv. FLOHIUAI IV thAN I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Robert at : l.LFJ this Nov. 13. 1941 the entire organization of the mall smoothly."
plaintiff seeks. dlvor,'.. Bradford (-K H V.Bruce. Bradley, whose residence la Un ( At ) A. -J. Thomas,; But that isn't the IJlJwet
ELEPHANTS: County Telegraph. shall publish this Power Plaintiff vs Mai known. AaClerkof said Court. 11-14 4t UII -& order department to pieces.A women tad.. '
Order In next four weekly Issues.. Power. Defendiiill. Cane No. 1565 You are required to appear on Pickle Made Her Rich. most middle-aged
Circus TragedyThe Witness my hand and official seal OKDER OF PUBLICATION January 6th, 1942 In the above One who is rich because want to know what their dutieS
at Hiarke, Fin this Oct. SO. 1941. ANI> NOTICE TO APPEAR named Court and cause wherein .! C1RCOT COVRT. BRADFORD they will Idb
sudden death of 10 elephant (OFFICIAl. 8KAL) A J. Thomas; STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ma plaintiff seeks divorce and custodyof ("01 V TY, FLOHIUAI IV CHAN. of a certain pickle she put on and to those duties didn't'

In the Barnum Bailey circus at At- As Clerk of said court. 10-31 HI I.U Power whose residence I I. un child Bradford County Telegraph CRRY.Richard. the market took a cook' Job at "I am not supposed to-I
John hail publish this Order exp.cled
J. Henderson, Esq known. In V. MoNulty. Plaintiff I wU ,
Atty. vs
lanta was followed by. a statement for Pit You required to appear on next four weekly Isiuen. Wllhemlnlft. M McNulty, Defendant: $33 a month 17 years ago At 43 dersund that you dlsay

from the management that it was December"I, 1941, In the abovenamed Witness my hand and official. seal Case No. 1581.ORDER she went humbly into a younger when you engaged me t
Court and at Starke Fla. this Nov. 13 1941. domElike
cause, wherein OF PUBLICATION about my
clearly a case of "elephant mur I'd ("IRTIT COtRT. BRADFORD plaintiff seeks d Bradford (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. TIomas,; NOTICE TO APPEAR: 'woman's household experimentedin anything

der." (401:.IRY.'r. 'tTy. FLORIJ) IV' CM.**. 'ounty Telegraph weu this As Clerk of said Court. 11-14 it 12-1 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wllhemlnla canning: and pickling for the benefit that." they II). makH i

Autopsies determined what the .. J. Ola., Plaintiff vs. "'ath.cnn. Order Witness In next my hand four and weekly official Issues.seal. Atty.Ham B.for Wilson Pit. Jacksonville Fla. Drive., Packanack M. McNulty Lake.Beerhwood New Jer of the family sold a few jars of Possibly the employer it would beu.e.

poison was, and that It was an "in ORDIR:Costello OF Ola.Pi'IILTCA'rIoN, terendant. at Starke. Fla. this Oct.! JO. 1941. I this and that to friends, found her protest He knows layS

side Job." Arrests had been prom. ,ANI' NOTICE TO Al'l'AR OFFICIAL.Clerk SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs IV riRCriT COfRT. BRADFORD sey.Von are required to appear on market, and 'won success. She says. But he presentlY rid' lOot
SlATE OF '" of Raid court. 10-31 4t 11-21 COI'WTY, FLORIDA IV: CHA.V.CKRY. : January 5th, 1942 In the above "We might get
ised. eri.o... Ham B. Wilson Jacksonville Fla. named Court and cause, wherein that she went to work to save a Bright doe.nt K
Th story had much "human In. deuce Is unknown resi- Atty. for PIt.ORDER John A. Kane, Plaintiff vs. Helen plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford devoted son and his burdened wife Mr*. Smith. She me tilldldn.t

terest,",and it was expected: that It You are required on ---- C. Kane, Defendant Case No. 1673 Order County In Telegraph shall publish this and small family the extra car of catch on. She Just told expected
December 1. 1941, In Ot. : above OF PI'HLSCI'IO.4At1) ORDER OF PUBLICATION next four weekly issues. she WaS
would blossom out into detective flc- n.aT.d..Court.an
tlon. Most of the animals that died seeks divorce Bradford The State of Florida to: J. n. STATE OF FLORIDA to Helen at Htarke, F ':iA.z'this Nov. 19 1941 to be putting the two older sons of hang up their coats WV
County Telegraph shall publish this Weeks, If living, and If dead all C. Kane, 123 University Avenue, (OFFICIAL ) A. J. Thomas; and when she
were young for elephants 30 to 39 "CI..rk of that son through college. young ladies,
Order In next follr weekly Issues parties claiming interest under Syracuse, New York. said Court 11.H.t l6 She fan
years old.MISCELLANY. Witness my hand. and official seal such deceased or otherwise In or You are required to appear on -r. II 'rty.DiorlUr1.an. Jacksonville. And there are hundred of such that window pushed '
at this Oct 30 1941 to the lands hereinafter described January 6th, 1942, In the above Fla. to com. in and open 1\
<<>Ff' l'I.fo SEAL) A :J, Tho.na.' and to all unknown persons claimInr named Court and cause, wherein women, revelling in modest sue the boy school frth'W
: A. CI..rk..f said court. 10-31 4t 11-21 any right title or Interest In plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford IV CIRCl'IT ceases, glorying in their work, forgetting Perhaps in a 1111W
John J. said lands which said lands County Telegraph shall publish this COI'RT. BRADFORD might
; are motto
Berlin: The Germans claim: that for Plf. Henderson E.q. Atty. situate In Bradford County Flor.' Order In next four weekly Issues. COt"JTY, FLORID%| IN CHAV.V that they are getting old and aged the Work lID Jc

the British since they. took the air ida and described a* follows: Witness. my hand and official seal KW Ye that the children have flown awayto "Work Is Work. wth.b
NWV1 and the Eu at Htarke, Flit' this Nov. Frank Mlkulas Plaintiff. vs complain. rev" *
of 11. 1941.
offensive the west front had :NOTICE! OF "PPI.. the SWU : Louise. M. Mlkulas. live their own lives. One woman on lost ( 4TIOV of Section 29, Twp. 7 South R'.. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tkomas,; Defendant Case Idly at 5 desk
1,744 planes from May to October FOR 'rex DKKD: in East, Bradford County Flora Aa Clerk. of said Court. 11-1 t.. 12-5( No. ISM developed-from one 43-cent aprona pier past, sit psY '
f-.t. 1011N.... |..:n Ida. f). Byron King Jacksonville Fla ORDBR OF PUBLICATION day and I draw 5 ;
greet factory that makes hundredsof hours a
Inclusive while the German NOTICF. IS
losses 18< HKHERY O1VEV that You and each of you whether Atty. for Plf. NOTICE TO APPEAR WOFk .
were only 376.Phll.delphla. l' .W. Slaughter holder of Tax known or unknown, are hereby notIfied STATE OF FLORIDA to: Louise aprons every :year. lope every Saturday.
Certificate No. 3 A. &. Issued. the that M. Mlkulas whose resldenc Is Un elsa 10m.
a suit has been Scores of someoneONLY
brought have learned for
iv women
: Temple university 4th. day of July 193H. has : .R'W'1T 4-ornT. BRADFORD known. bUIth5r
students ire planning to adopt a filed I ,same In my AUP.;. and has CT'against'UrAlltor,1' you County.In the Circuit Florida Court case, ('0. VTY, FLOKIUtl IV CHIV.CKRY. : You are required to appear on how to manage roadside eating reay be hard. boring cilaan'
made application for a tax deed January 6th, 1941, In the abovenamed lomethlrl perhhP5
to No.
by Ethel iblarbee .. plain. 'Agnes places and have prospered becauseof tiring;
British university and to provide be Issued thereon Said" certificate tiff and fn which Mary Hardy. Plaintiff vs Court and 'cause, wherein to what you:
embraces the you ami each James Joseph Hardy Defendant .. the simple truth that in call, opposed
following described of you and also E J. plaintiff ft elra divorce. Bradford we. America :
moral and financial Dowllna and comp.n
to IUiItud.nt. Case N' .
support 1566.ORt'ER
..f..rJr"tn'I County of Bradt cieone ar. fowling his wife and County Telerraph shall publish this eat nearly 400000.000 meals a do. But It has itS : a
.. The Temple organizationwill lo-wlt: B. H l'arltonL doing business OF PUBLICATION Order In next four weekly Issues. reward. And
i3'4 of NE\6 It 1'1'11 of flF\4\ S..". Carlton Live Stock as NOTICES TO APPEAR Witness my hand and official seal day.Many delicious world-ineed.
be called the Collegiate V for 10 Twp. 7 s. R. 19 E.. iso Acr.. defendants: that the Exchange relief: sought are STATFI OF FLORIDA to: James at :; c'tl'LFJ'iAz'; ': this Nov. 13. 1941 of the finest saleswomen' of eat persons In the III lb'
more 0. less.. I. .mbrac.d Joseph Hardy. Orderly St. Mary's ( ) A. J. Titomas,;
victory). under In said' .,,'it 'I. to inlet and confirm the best shop happy period
said Certiflc.at. No. a. title In the Hospital. Corner St. Marks Ave.. t. AaClerkof said Court. 11-14 Un-5' are gray-beaded; in
!W'4! of NW\4\ '* NWM\ of 8WH uescrloed land plaintiff aa an to Indefeasible said above Buffalo You are Ave, Brooklyn. New York. O. A. Stephens, Jacksonville Fla. all the big hotel dignified\ elderly are those with a job.
required to appear on Atty. for Plf.

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y Fashion Advocates Lavish Use Grandma's ButtonsMake


Of Fur in a Variety of Ways Style News

Dig Into grandma's button box.
and you may And hidden treasuresthat ;
will cause your Inter gowns

By CHERIE NICHOLAS and coats to soar to heights of arterial 4 :

glory. Better still trek aroundto ti, e ko

the button counters and see whata

By MBS. CATHCUNB COKKAO !EDWJUU splurge buttons are making in

the fashion realm
AModoto Educe. VoreaW lea.....
Two Important trends register In

the button of which Is the r
s field one p
BE RELATIONSHIPS inclination toward bulk In.... Buttons

I'*. art too apt to think of grate1 .' good feeling to your day. 1 1I 1r1 knobby.are Also sometimes the new massive buttons and tell
,1 a virtue for special oc- But for abiding happiness be constantly a grand and glorious color study.
instead of) .. a permanent grateful for the fine quali ik e t I
You with everyone else, are goingto 'tpl.t
11 01 an Individual ouch II ties of the persons you are privi !
ell and generosity are. We leged to love. Don't dwell on ;your I wear a great deal more color
Jjjo inclined to think that gratili husband's occasional bad temper this ;year than you did last and accordingly -

a favor to the one who baa but think often of his quiet courage button originals are keep.

i us a service rather than a'actishat under the stress of holding a Job. log pace with the color commotion.

; .grateful by Don't expect Immediate perfection i Plastic buttons are available )In a

!lie being from your children, but note the full range of costume colors. A but.
are It one of the most self-re- growth of their standards of con
ton that makes an interesting accent -
g qualities a person can duct. Yesterday; they; may have
and hence one that you should i seemed little savages but gradually: l'/ on frock or blouse is a molded

to Instill In your children. For they grew into youngsters of principle plastic done In a flower design with
\Lisb we take pleasure In doing for which you reverently l'w nailhead detail. Fresh fashion Interest LET THE CiOBRLER STRUT ITS STUFF! '.1

Tund or generous act we don't thank God. Then there Is the great )w C Is also developing In filigree (See Reilpes Below) .

fl on our feelings about it or forbearance of ;your parents to be buttons. A gold filigree button Is
beCome self-righteous a..d not a thankful for as you look back with proving especially attractive for TIIAMKSr.IMXdThis

it imug But a grateful heart adult understanding on your own dress-up blouses and party frocks THIS WEEK'S MENU
burst' with Its own silent upbringing. And the Is As bustle
nearly wonderful A. In fact metal buttons rank high in holiday aural! you -
!neI'. or shout thankfulness companionship of sisters and brothers about and plan this year's Thanksgiving 'Oyster Stew Croutons
whatever the
and In either case whose favor type.
the rooftops minds are formed of dinner re-
re gratitude and a heightened many shared experiences, but slant Glitter is popular, and lovely: member this lathe Roast Turkey

nillly are experienced, never ed with their own personalities they: rhinestone buttons flourish on wools, Sausage Stuffing
day we give
In,utisfaction. are at the same time familiar and velvetcci.j, dressy crepes, and the ; Cranberry Orange Relish
[ Moreover we miss the finest stimulating. Friends ;your favorite newest fashion note is rhinestone or our thanks for the Sweet Potato Puff

toiU o( gratefulness if we confine aunt, teachers ministers and, yes, .r twvti.ti other Jeweled buttons on fur coats bounteous harvestof Brussels Sprouts
i to things and take people for above all, we should be grateful t'tJ4d A, the year, for Hot Rolls

,tfd It Is splendid to be dallyful for the more than human endue and jackets \1'J: .,: .. ': the peace and the Celery Curls Pickled Beets
for food and a comforta- ance of leaders in the democracies NA prosperity, singularly Pumpkin or Mincemeat Tarts

Ithome. It Is also Intensely pleas. who hold the people together q 1// ,11 ours. Re- Hot Coffee
able to be aware of little things .I in these days; of testing and criafa. : '+",M./, J member too and
give thanks ever-the way the So when you are urged to make k cherish the fore- Recipe Given

dances on tile breakfast table every day a Thanksgiving day don't 1'Y OI ash light of the Pilgrims who had the
i charm of your best china the respond in merely: dutiful fashion q
a courage to start carving. out this Salt and pepper I
iltly growth of a plant you'veled Drink in thankfulness as you would i
the nice blending of a pic- delectable spring water. It will 1 _ i land of ours I H cup milk or Vi cup evaporatedmilk

i with your rug and walls All make you feel better inside than e i0t tth Yes this holiday Is ours, so let and V cup water

It little acknowledgments add anything; we know of. iI It be filled with the spirit of the day Add the melted fat, seasonings and

4 11t I and wholehearted thanks. milk to the potatoes. Beat the egg t
Ity t ; Some foods are synonymous: with separately, add yolk first and fold

1OSEIOM Dainty GoldThere' --- t PATRICIA DOW Thanksgiving without which the daywouldn't In white to the potato, Place In a

buttered casserole dish, set In a
ia most eloquently ".ay. be complete, but don't get
FASHION furs this season. According II Into a rut about having the same pan containing hot water and bake
>' dinner every year, vary the trimmings 19 to BO minutes at 379 degrees until -
to the signs there is going
light and Msrshmallowa
a bit and fascinate the family. puffy.
EeDar to be a most grand and glorious Its graceful feather trim is Kelly I-,, may be placed on top of casserole
Thin wisps of croutons will Intrigue
k tr't display of furs this winter both as green for added color. during last 7 minutes of baking time.
if them in the
Fur capes are definitely something you serve oyster
trimming and as coat or cape ensembles ayIr'1r stew With all the soft food of the meal
Almost to talk about, for they are In
of sumptuous fur. Stew.I you'll want something crispy and
; + ri7 everything accesiories; in that the can way be of matching made of fashion the very;picture.foreground The of gorgeous the current cape Serves 8 to i) i tart as a relish.

lower rlihI.is of lustrous black 1 pint oysters Cranbrrry-Orange Relish,
n i at Sl.ni Mety'e Klu .. e fur is being made of fur; bats, .4 tablespoons butter Serve 12)
? Persian lamb. The new rule for a
M gloves, handbags, separate neckpieces black wrap worn with a color-bright 1 quart milk 2 cups cranberries cleaned washed

By MARY E. DAGUE detachable plastron fronts, dress is faithfully: observed. The Salt and pepper 2 oranges, whole

J Finer el Miter Marys KMchea.IK ; and lapel gadgets of bows and bou- pretty: softly styled frock Is in the i Put cleaned oysters, oyster liquor I cup 'UiarOrlnd ,
you haven't cleaned your garn widely sponsored new gold tone. trained, butter and seasonings in a all the fruit together by putting

tools before putting them away: f.4 a9W Milliners are giving of their best For daytime wear nothing exceeds saucepan and simmer gently until through a coarse food grinder.

I will be worth while getting them in ,creating fur bata ".matched to leopard, la, chic,,, unless it be oysters curl at\the edges...tleat the Mix: the ground fruit with sugar !

i *nd of! doing.earth it.o and releaa give them oft ..nrtl a coats, to Jackets or to the trimming American opossum which ia also milk add to the oysters and serve and let stand about an hour before

I coating of OIL This will keep 6 .. ..fibx on one's gown and wrap. I playing a star role. You will be at once. serving
The favor for browns has placed tuned to the grandstand Bmaaels .
n from rusting and prolong perfectly Has the family become a trifle proate.Brussels
r usefulness for many; a day: extra emphasis on the Importanceof picture if you attend the game Incoat weary of your old staffing? Then sprouts lend a bright
e mink. There's exciting fashion of at lower left
I a leopard this touch of green when served plain
[Why don't you ,gather the) center- news in the sumptuous mink coat It Is a fashionable, three-quarter try: with with butter or crumbled, cooked

,i for your Thanksgiving table I shown above to the right in the illustration. length style with a stand-up collar new one chestnuts Pick the dead leaves eft b
i your shrubbery Fill a low I It is topped by: a hat yummy sausage
and bracelet-length the sprouts then soak them in cold
x whichla
:et with the colorful berries of flavoring !
( barberry and bittersweet thecefully made glorious by a wide brim (huge I' very youthful and destined for an right at home 'f1 : salted water for 4 M hour. Wash and '"t
drooping white anowber- fur hats will be worn this eye-smashing entry into any smart with either turkey put In boiling water and let cook

i ind the luxuriant black clua- of matching mink. gathering.A : goose, duck until just tender about 15 to 17 min

i of the privets. You will find The young woman centered aboveIn most extraordinary develop. or chicken. The utes. Drain reheat, and serve after

l you have a great variety: of the picture is snappishly turned ment in fur styling this seasons sausage stuffing will do a proud job seasoning

and color to work with. These out In an ensemble of gray: Chinese the working of glittering embroideryon with stuffed veal pork or shoulderof Maglo Yeast Rolls.

"it Tied bowl branches are lovely: in a w kldikin, the fingertip-length coat the lapels and collars of fur coats. lamb: 3 cups bread flour
flanked with bayberry
fashioned along very youthful lines The new fur capes are sometimes
lei In pewter candle sticks. Sausage SiaMa,. 1 teaspoon salt
'The insistent call for sleek black embroidered with a hem line bordering
llou can even make :your own Makes 8 cups) U cup butter
1berr candles if :you want to.Pllen by: fashion sophisticates keeps Persian for evening. Brown sequins .4 cups soft bread crumbs 3: eggs

i to have my grandmother' 4 lamb and elegant broadtail In worked on mink bats jet motifs on ,4 cup butter 1 teaspoon vanilla

>mold but you can undoubted- lrbar' the limelight again this season. either black or white furs or metal 1 tablespoons chopped onion Mi cup sugar (rolled in later) 1

pick one up in an antique shop Royally: luxurious Is the broadtailensemble thread embroidery punctuated withglistening Vt teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon sugar
IWi can't find one in the attic. shown In the upper left jewels give to furs an entirely : 1 chopped nuts
II III cup
kUier! the bayberries and soak; Her. a slim svelte princesscoat different aspect Many of the Pepper 1
corner. : I or thyme4y % milk
Tin boiling water to remove the : H teaspoon sage cup tP
how uptotheminute and conservative coats
Then skim the wax from the a new "gold rush" on at demonstrates most staid kI cup chopped celery >V>. cup hot water
Ier Four pounds of berries will the jewelry; counters. The search is the styling given to furs are bursting into glory: with gleaming I 2 cups ..uea,. in the bulk 2 packages granular yeast

14 about one pound of wax Runeenje for gold resolves into two major this season. The hat is on. of those jeweled buttons. I Melt butter add onion and cook Sift flour. Add to 1H cups of
> wicks tall effects so definitely: In style. (Released by Western Newspaper hubs) .
through the mold. trends. One leads to massive gold new .. until it becomes yellow Add breadcrumbs Hour the salt and shortening. Combine

i* pour the hot melted wax into effect and the other takes you todisplays I mixed with seasonings. Mix as for pie crust. Combine milk

molds t you, filling each' candles.mold to Let the : of exquisite filigree gold COntT. BRADFORD RlHlna, .Edward O M. Rising N DIcKernon' N. D., liar'aman MaryCaroline //1; ) l1 l1M in chopped celery and sausage Cook and hot water When lukewarm..dd .

stand eight hours or ever set with precious-looking colorful COUNTY'' FLORIDA IM CHAN- Dlckerncn, M C, Dicker, 2 minutes, stirring constantly yeast and 1 tablespoon sugar.'

|J t to harden., stones. Much ado is being made CKR Y.I.ucy. Olannandrea. Barnaba, Kin, a. F. Myers. C. J. Hoeband.Ellta I Twkcy. Combine with first mixture; beat

Impossible W get a regular can- about topaz in particular although Plaintiff v*. Vito Barnaba Defendant Huaband. Samuel F. Myers Email birds are allowed 25 to 10 until smooth. Cover and let stand

eking kit which contains the amethyst is a close second Topaz Cane No 1643.PUBLICATION Thomas Dowllnsr, Laura Dowllnff H.Dowllna ., 802q minutes per pound for baking large 20 minutes. Add eggs, vanilla and

*rry wax and candle) wlcking.I set in gold filigree makes the dropearrings ANn ORDER NOTICE OK TO APPEAR William H Dowllnsr James W. It. birds, 22 to 25 minutes per pound. the rest of the flour. Stir until it
S e e FLORIDA to: Vito H. C. Brown should be set at 323 to
necklace bracelet and finger 8TATB JowphW. becomes a smooth, sticky dough
arch According chemists to tests made by: re- ring which the lady: in formal known.Barnaba whose residence i* un .wl EdcwardslLyl a Dowllnc!I lie Dowllnc I For School Life ISO degrees but stiff. Tie dough into a clean ,

te paint and wall we coverings learn that re- 1 veiing) attire is wearing in the picture December You are 1 required, 1841, In to the appear above on W.and M Immigration KdwardH. Florida Company I Land of Pattern No. '8029-This Is the Sweet(Serves rotate 10 to Puff.12) cloth (wring out In cold water first).

Over 80 per cent of the light 'at the top. named Court and cause, wherein Florida The Florida H a II ; waistcoat outfit, destined for a long Drop In a pall of cool water. In an f
lit divorce, Bradford l a corporation. If .4 cups mashed sweet potato hour the dough will rise' to the top.
cream and light ivory tints The smartly tailored ;young woman plaintiff neck road Company them be and happy: career among teen ,
""I next and lemon yellow tol in the picture shows County Telegraph shall weekly publish Uue thisOrder living and I If either claiming interest agers. Daughters love the breezy 2 tablespoons fat Remove and turn on a platter and
shown below In next four dead all parties
as' closely In their wake. Next of glitter Witness. my hand and official seal under any such deceased or otherwine casual mannish style and mothers ; 1 egg cut Into pieces the size of an egg. .i''
Ins light buff-that color so dear that you can plenty at Htarke. Fin, thla Oct an. U4I. In and to the land herein appreciate the long-wearing qualities Roll In sugar and nut mixture. Twist
V our and flattery to a basic dress withcostume A..T. Thoma described and to all unknown
grandmothers-peach and (OFFICIAL HEAL) [. after titleor of this winning costume The and turn
into eights.
n 011. If designed by Monet. Clerk of Kald court 10-314111-21 persons claiming. any right figure
you like will jewelry A* which, streamline waistcoat and the pleated
gray you lands
Fla Maid ;
Jacksonville, interest in LYNN SAYS Let stand 8
onto greased
had Chan Miller a pan.
wide gold. Bradford skirt be made in
lightpearl Here is a three-in-one land are situated I In front may:
i !4 4kalmosttas much light bracelet complemented by a stunning Atty. for Plf.- County Florida and described as plaids, gabardine tweeds, corduroy To clean the turkey, singe itfirst minutes and bake 10 minutes at 425 i

L.iMedlum light and knotted BRADFORD follows -and will stand up smartly degrees F.Remember.
gray green chain-collar necklace the pin feathers
of the then remove
Pale blue ORvYYTFLORIR, tll.t%- Begin at N B. Corner entire school You ,
reflect less : the massive IN >. Bra. through an year. how mother used to
rose earrings all done in UK'4' of the HK1 of 8W < of with tweeters Scrub the outside
J"nt of the light while) deep of this season's smart jewel-I r16RY.Nannie Mae' Pick Plaintiff vr. then 11, Township S Houth, tangs can constantly: add fresh new with water. The Inside make her pumpkin pie and tarts the
-tsanner '
12 US de'green washable
of the thence run North blouses in cottons jersey
Caaw No1641.ORDER 12 East before and
11I1 striking its persurface: Dark ry. The green velvet turban : I Virgil E. SUk Defendant. 54 minute. Went along l lane or rayon crepes. should be wiped with a damp day

and blue absorb aU but 8 or effectively worn with this gold jewelry OK PUBLICATION, line 14760 reel. to KW of Houtl Htati Pattern No. 8029 Is in sizes 8 to cloth. If there is any foreign bow good they always
per cent of the AND NOTICE TO APP-OAJt Road No. 13. thence run Size 10 waistcoat and of tasted after
light received. 18 baking
ensemble. 27 minute Went slurs years. odor a half teaspoon
'Ith t ,J''r': 17 degree
these findings in mind It's STATE whose OK" residence FLORIDA Unknown" KW line of Htate Road No. U skirt take 2 yards M-lnch fabric 3 soda may be added to the waterwith they stood In the
Daratively to E. Rick thence run Routh 110 35-Inch blouse takes 114 cool pantry: over
dark easy: bring light. You are required to appear otDecember ISO feet East 111,tt yards which the turkey Is
room. Oliver, whose residence Dark land line thence run
whereli feel to the scrubbed.
colors Court and cause,
miDlmhe size too known named Went time
to minute try It this
Choole to a"'eAP tDecember plaintiff eeek divorce Bradfon North 0 degrreea Allow 1 pound of turkey to each
color. You are required land line 1(0 feet to pointof
shall publish I along It'll a
10\1 deycor houseeyflalIIT tut, 141 In the abets In Huctlon :It Allow 1 of stuffing to save you f.
your named Court and came, Bradfon whereli. this ntbrdIler.a, four weekly Twp beginning 6 Mouth.' all R"'.. 11 East, Xe_................................ person.each pound of cup turkey. When great deal of fuss

plaintiff peeks divorce publish l laeueifWltnem. my hand and official neal Bradford County Florida in on the big day itself
shall to some
tot'RT BRADFORD County Telegraph next tour weeks; at Mtarke.' Fla the Oct. U. 1141. YOU AND EACH OK" YOU, whether Addree........u...............n. stuffing, be sure put besides giving the tarts a
IRRTT Y. thin Order In : hereby no- for this will give the
FLORIDA| IX CHAN. OFFICIAL HEAL) A..T. Thoma known or unknown are the neck
to mellow and ripen for extra

''Nis''sitar:: \, Yes.err. Plaintiff v.. lasues Witness Btarke.my Fla hand this and Oct official'!l. 141.deal A.* Clerk A. Stephen ofnald ,Court Jacksonville, 10-11 4111.21O. Fla.. I I tified against Bradford that you a null I In County the hat,Circuit been Florida' brought Court, inChancery .................,..................., bird the skin a good from full the shape.neck Fasten to the good flavor.
y Plf. of
: { r., efendant.OAURIt26 (OFFICIAL SEAL, Court) A 10-31.t, J. Thomas 11.11'a.AAt Atty. for cane No 1171.Urlffl by 'Llnday a.plalntlfh. *- Waotepf paper......................... back.' Stuff the cavity but do not Pampkln FlU In,.
A1U F PtTBLICATIOVi. t. Clerk of laid Jacksonville Flora NOTIC.., (Orlffl and Ruby and pack since dressing swells. (Makes 1 large pie or 10 to 12 tarts)
() which you
ICE To O Stephen and In
'rATq see "if "E FLORIDA APPEAR toCathe: for Pit.iv TO WHOM IT MAY take CONCERV notice that each of you are defendant; that Pattern No......... .1.......... For good roasting and easier 1H cups prepared pumpkin!
r"l. You will please of Decmeber. A. D.. the relief ought In thin suit' I* to carving truss the bird by InsertIng Vt cup brown sugar .,
3rd titleto
AltconaCP.nnaylvanla.ellthn the '
on .
"T 012 :r. 'IR'IT rotRT. BRADFORD 141 at 10:00: o'clock In the forenoon quiet*ald above described land as an each end 15 pattern tents desired In eoln to for-. a long needle through breast, I teaspoon cinnamon 5H
.. to
on the
nM CourtJ941' ?tr.qUlr.d- In t appear h. above COTY.. FLOHIUtt IK tllt- or a* be soon heard thereafter the undersigned a* indefeasible fee lmple. title, and through rib at the base of the teaspoon ginger i'
l"'ff, wherein tFHf.Willis. aamo may HandMiman... you are hereby required to Inappear Patricia Dow Patterns cord I teaspoon salt
peekin. divorce, S. Farrar, Plaintiff v> Gertrude t) ( or by attorney) thigh. Draw the throughand
Bradford Honorable A. pemonally Z04 W. 17th 81. New York N. Y.ALE .
: Defendant. Case Intend to apply to December 1, 2 eggs
the across by
t' 1 IT.1??" shall publish this EI.le! Love Farrar of the Judge of theCircuit Court and cause bring string
K Adklni, one of plaintlffn' -
tan'sneat four No. 152 1941, or the allegation the lih cups milk
weekly Issues PUBLICATION ( Court of the Kla-hih Judicial of complaint will pulling the cord through open
OP bill
narks: main and official .eal'HAT I ORDER State of Florida In sworn For fresh pumpkin steam or bake
l. Oct ANI NOTICE; : TO APPEAR Circuit or. the he taken a* confessed by you The ings formed by folding the wings
KS.Jhl 29. 1141. FLORIDA 10: Elsie l ltxive and for Bradford County at his Telegraph 1. hereby soft and through a sieve.
n.rknf.SAL'A J. STATE OF In the Bradford County triangularly onto the back. Tie until put
!I. Courthouie
I HirJd Vrt. 10-11 1t 1171 Farrar whone residence City office of In Starke the Florida, for a IIcen designated.. a.In the which duly this quail-notice If Eiceea Reid anent the cords. Add remaining Ingredients in order

'fr, f.a pjf l on' Jacksonville, Fla. unknown.You are required. to appear on e to manage, take charge and of tobecome fled shall newspaper be published once ea,'h I you palm of Stomach Insert the needle through the given. Turn into crust lined pie

I)ember t, 1141 In the wherein above and. control a free her dealer property In every re- week to for laid four return con'H'utiv.day. weeks Ulcers Indigaatlon drumstick joints, bring the cord tin or tart pans and bake first In a

J: ft,1', FLORIDAI Telegraph shall publish thin eal at Utarke Bradford County. and tie securely. Remove reduce temperature to 325 degreesand
IN CHA0VV *- I. Cvunty 4t 11-31 free sample of UDCA ,
10-31 a
lueuea"Wltneumy hfnvember ,
ew* Order in n.xt four weekly Florida, thin aril, 1941OFFICIAL bake 23 minutes. 1 1Released
hand and official sealOFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thom. booklet at cord before serving
al || 9"'ver' Plaintiff V*. ( and a free Interacting by Western Newspaper' Colon.
r. D.f.nllant. Ca.. Nek Fla thl Oct .3Thomast. ) ORttFR OP PI'aLIraTtOvAND Clerk of Circuit Court BradfonCounty ( r'
OALER OF PUBLl ( Clerk ., The State of Florida, to W. N T. Frank Landrum CARPE YTER'S DRUG STORE
ITATEtiF Chan. M.acham. IT. D. Miner Uriah D.I' Atty. for Plf. II-7 4t 11-1
ri..o1Htl'f'tOii-, : for Plf. Miner Sarah M. Miner Mary D.


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