Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01212
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-Tradingand anon Center for BRADFORD COUNTY'TELEGRAPH Home of the ':'

CA.Yp ELANDING Sweetest Strawberries :

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Official County Publication Established In J877STAKKE. I

HE tiIXTY-FOUK :. FLORIDA. .'RID.\\'. NOVKMBER: %8, 1941 ---- ._

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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne U S O Building Rushed To Meet Deadline ill i

[British Open New Offensive in Libya ,

(In Attempt to Divert Axis Attention 1st Thanksgiving Audit ShowsImprovement Makes Good New BuildingFor Added Wing 1

Second Front
Create' for Russia

[Demand for Strike Legislation Grows Enjoyed By Boys Temple Ave. Brings Total Cost

S NOTII- W....* ."Inl... .r. .mp,....d ,. ih.. .. ......... I".. Thursday. November 20 the"ea..ly Bryan Willis., State Auditor, Sam Gotllelb let the contrnctMonday To $85,000A i
'.EUITOK Ih". .' th. .... ".I'.. and n.. ......rlir .( Ibis. n.w...i>.r..1.R.I. Thanksgiving" might bei I has presented to S. K: Sparks,
In ....<1 by W..t.m N.w.p"wr Union I celled U&O Day in Starke since .I chairman of the Board of Publicinstruction d to Obe Hall for the con- i
the National Catholic of .notion of a two-store concrete '
Community Bradford County, I' completed USO building for
RITISII : JAPAN: Service, the YMCA and the Jew- the "uuillt, of the accounts" of the tyY bloclt building on Temple Avenue Starke; by December 15 Is still the

ond Front Carrying the Ball? ah Welfare Board combined ef- Board "as of June 30 1041> by linmodla t. 1 y north of W A Him of contractors Watt & Sin

fBriUsh tank units armed with U. S. Treading gingerly, much as a nov torts'to show Camp Blending aol- II. E. Moore, auditor" Cook's plac'. Outside dimensionsof 'I clair and the elL m p niandlng-

supplies opened what Lon- ice would attempt to walk barefooted .- Hleis a good time. Ttansporta-. "The financial condition of the I tho building are 33x00 Constructing) Quartermaster, and
JiUry a 'second front" against over a Hindu fakir's bed of tlon was furnished from camp to Eoard ha Improved during the I oach store. to be 17 1.2 x 60, t"t'j jiiilKlnK from the phenomenal pi tigress
,Axis poweis when they opened spikes were) Secretary Hull and Sa- town by 60 civilian cars and audit period*. (July 1, 1940-June I a 10-foot ceiling, Mr. Hall that has been made l since

[washing drive Into Libya In buro Kurusu as they; had started |dour "bchool, bunea. 30. 1941))", tbe audit stated. "Cur Tuesday The building will ground was broken five short

Africa. their conversations looking to a better The men first visited the NCCS rent account as well as school stuccoed and plaHlered.Though weeks. ago, there Is a good chance

Ivrlin rth sources denied London's understanding between America where an open house was held, bua contract tnotea outstanding; at his plans are not yet their goal will be realized

HU that U U> the attack' was abe and Japan-or a better misunder with bowling, tennis badminton, the close of (the last audit have complete Mr Uotlletb aiild the Working some times at night,

and ((2):I that it really; standing. volley ball, shuffle board, horse been paid In full during the likelihood la that he will make some times on Sunday to mako'r'

WIled \to a second front. Berlin Kurusu. using a familiar autumnal shoe pitching and basket ball the audit period District funded the building two-story, having up five days lost !because of rain ."C

L, that what Russia had been bop term in the United States, had order of the day from, 3 to B debts are In*good condition." either two or four apartments on the contractors are anxious t\l.\ V

for was not a drive in Africa said that he wee carrying the ball o'clock P. M. "The finances' of the Board the second floor. If a one-II tory beat the deadline for two rn

t a campaign on the'I, continent for Japan, and that be hoped to They then visited the YMCA have been well managed duringthe a e ;Ar building, the contract price will I son: 1. To give Camp niandlng

f Europe so that Hail force would make a touchdown.But from 0 to 7:30: o'clock where a audit period The recoids r- s a e be around $3,000. If two-story soldiers an adequate recreation J..

w to be diverted from their ef- neither he nor Hull were setting tea Iance was held and refresh- are well kepi\; under the uniform It will exceed $4,000, Mr. Hall center during the Christmas holloayt. y
against Leningrad, Moscow any speed record In their bro stated It will\ be I 2. To the 'lr
ken-Held ments, contributed by the Starke system of accounts The fore- ready for occupancy escape heavy; >
the southern Russian front running. Early stages of ladles, were served. Next they going ere" just a few of the outstanding h around New Year's, it'' penalty Imposed for every. day./'

|But Britain's campaign in Lybla went to the JWB at the Starke : statements with regard r rII was stated they run past the deadline.J. .
I take most world capital by; I W. DeLoach
Indicat-. Armory, where a basketball game to the audit l' superintendentIn

i'thal ps! 790,000 and first British report troop aided oelwren the 61st Quartermaster The audit howa total receipts k+ Red Cross Drive charge of construction for Watt

Battalion and the Jacksonville for the year as 138.060.10, which, A Sinclair stated thla week that
started their' at.pi
RAF. had Far
,the and Young Men's Hebrew Association when added to the "balance cai- ri' From Goal the building would be turned
t to drive all North AtTica.Ilrsl was enjoyed.At rled over." 113,91671, leaves a I II over to Capt. A, C Reade, Camp
forces from Between $123 and $450 has
t objective was the relieving 10:30: P. )0[. the 600 or mo..emen "total availa ) e" of $131,97981. been paid Into the Red Crows Illanillng constructing qua I' ter'I I
up master.
I I Total on or before
expenditures ,
wove only
British forces at Tout were transported back to
| Libya. Hare a British garrl- Camp Blanding. The various $129,60839. leaving 11 v a liable Stump, treasurer. Thla amount
out against thei >>b USO wish cash balances at the end of the a Official Information from Cap-
D had been holding 1'G organizations to express la coniildoi"ably below the most
i and Italians since midApril.WARD their deep gratitude to; those year". of $22,368.42. peHslmlntlc expectations, In view lain Ruufle's office is to the ef-
t s who furnished feet that the furnishings are to
: transportation and of the present world. situation at
drove the men to and from the New Employes horns and abioacl. The Roll Call come fiom Washington, D. C.,
Suspect I and that .
ying Camp. At Starke does not clone until November 30, everything humanly possible
|for the first time since the slayi Cleaners I < l which I'lveK.everybody plenty of Is. being done to have all

i German soldiers of occupa- Theodore Tison H. A Snyder, with 33 time to enroll equipment Installed In time for
i started In France, the German tt Christmas. c e I e brotlon In the
!irlties named murder suspect Buried This Week In'' the cleaning and build in g.
dyeing business In the .leading Tarail SpeaksAt
lifted him and offered unusual The outside. dimensions of the
aids for his capture. CORDELL DULL Theodore. Tlson retired farmer plants In the United States has, Rotary structure are 90x161 1.2 feet A I
recently j added to the already
|The name, oddly of German sound Mr. Kurusu carried ,the ball. and merchant, died last Friday at efficlenll' of workers- 'a r' Itutt-mlnuto change In the plans >
I spelling, was that of Gilbert 12.43: A. M. at his home on West corps hq. YnS Theodore Tin'all, director of the added a wing 34x28 feet at the

Diem 22, and h* had been de- the talks were "exploratory; both Madison !street at the.age of 61. In the Starke Dry Cleaner .and ) r n. ttl Jewish Welfare. Board division of southeast corner to be used by

bed I as:"'40' .exceptional> dangerI said, and If there was anything aln- Death resulted from a heart ail Laundry Mrs. 3Junlua Smith announced the USO for the Blundlng area, tbe Jewish Welfare Board The

I ivlldoer." liter about the affair it came from ment. Funeral services were con- Mondi .Y. was guest apealier. at the Rotary main part of the building, however
| Informant of Hi( whereabouts Kurusu, who asked reporters "Whyare ; residence/ He was for 7 1-2 years with '
Any ducted at the Sunday Club Wedneaday. He gave abl'let' will be administered by the ;
i offered not only'large,,sums ofwy 'American so ",warrminded. ( afternoon at' 3:00 o'clock: with, the the Footer CJe .ners and Dyers.'' In iL.Corp r '' discussion of the compre- Army YMCA. f

but also the '('fad, *, offered This bro lhC" i smile, to fbe correspondent Rev. A. E. LJghtfoqt/ pastor of Cumberland\ < Md. /reputed' to' be hciulv recreation program that Coning Jn from Temple
ut tree of who were -thinking ,la tha bestjnyieiVnU i any "prisoner war the /_ptlat'CburdJotfleittlnl'. ? son wHI be conducted here by the the visitor will '
enter the
J 1ba lalarmMaKmlgga aa1 L'. .term of'Japan's rceorft"' opposedto interment was in.tlte' Crosby Lake alllo,.wttb..prag.-JadlaD po.l1a Mr. and Mia. R<. ft. Thed. ofLawteyift USO for.l the.,"oldlera. B6x,48! fait. 'On both the lounge,
|BruiUeti., il had., basil reported that of the United States. cemetery with De Vvlt t'C.' Jones Ind..Jforthree years afcd with Wednesday, Nov 10, Another I northwest -
u the man s4. 'sponib)! !. for. the After the first conversation with of Farmers In Huntington: W. Va., for Maxwell Field Montgomery, speaker on the program and-4h. southwest comer of I

I of Lieut Col. Paul Friedrlcb Hull,' the'I' Nipponese envoy was in1 charge arrangements for four year He cam to Ala, He was formerly stationed was Ballard Simmons of the building will be a commodious
that Mr. Tison was born In Starke the P. K.'Yon Ire School In Gainesville club room. On the south side
German commandant the asked "Still think you'll make Starke I from the Ideal Laundry, at MacDIll Field and was the
26, 1880 and lived here all who gave a short history will be found the office kitchen
answered Sept. ,
hct of. Nantes. touchdown? He gravely."I : ; Gainesville, where he 'had been tint enlisted man In the Tampa
ihua after 188 Frenchmen had don't \know." his life.' He had been afflicted for the past 18 months. He does area to qualify for appointment of the development of the Florida and store .room, while refresh ',
with heart ailment for five Education Association I ment room and boiler are
a room
i with their lives for this crime cleaning and dyeing, a* welt as tor training aa a navigator-gun
RUSSIA: but had been abut |111 only located on the north side, Just
years ,
I and
the and
execution .ot.amotb.rj1OOonly cleaning blockingadios'/ ner for, Service on Army bombers l
I been Offensive six weeks and In bed only a men'a hats be stated Hartman Apartments to> the rear of the lounge will be
averted there ; A native of Lawtey, Corp. Thede
i been a worldwide condemnation Th*' Red, army' had taken the offensive week. .Kn..lSnyder. also,.la a professional was graduated from the University Very Attractive I a large social hall 48x88 feet, at

a. procedure, even including\ ads -' In the northern and central ,He was married June 21, ;1903 ';Jrtlk\ 'finisher ."Everythingcoenigg of Florida with a B. S. degree the extreme cast' and' of which I

comments by; one of, ,Ge. lectors, but MI the south\ 'vr" | losing to Miss Laura Jones, who survives into OUrl! plant measured la 1939. (Picture courtesy A. '>?artmn hall practically com wllr Jewish be a stage 20 x 32 feet. The

. y s partners in .."are. an' Important battle to preserve him. Other survivors are a coming in and"going out. 40that Tampa Dally Times). pleted one -of.be most, modem, 'Welfare Board' In the '
[Nevertheless tie "terrorism" and ,connection with the Caucasian olio son-W, O. Tison, Jacksonville; then! la absolutely no shrinkage up-to-date and convenient' southeast. corner-will have a club I

I acts of wbotage/agalnst rall4 .fields, vital to her armed force. two daughters Miss Julia Tison, or stretching' the garment," houses to be found apartment room office, foyer. closet, bath
*and ttetariei,!and the setting I Th Nail invasion force In thee Gainesville, and Mrs. Jack Pick- Mr. Snyder aald Monday .. Lucian Johns this section of the state. It and hallway to the social hall.
t of crops continued.n Crimea had taken Kerch."taat port The building will be heated by
( and distinct
ard. Ma :on; Ga.; : a'grand 'Another asset to the consists of 3-room
eight -
| < reward for Brusttoin did not on the eastern tip of the Crimean child. Stark Dry Cleaners la the returnto apartments hot water and will have a satisfactory
-four and tour
i his capture., but any .mfor- peninsula, and only; a two-mile strait up-stalrs ventilating jyatem.
the> City route of James
He was a member of the ICings Rites ThursdayLucian down-alalr, and i ta located just
ion "
> "which mJght be likely to ,separatedher troops from a foothold "Candy" Dennis, who for 12 yearshad The original appropriation for ,
I to his ". lta.ILY.t ley Lake Baptist Church' and a Inside the city limits on Temple
apprehension.. on the Caucasus M.aon.Christmas. been with them until he wall Avenue (Road 13), the building; equipped, was $SO-
former )
GE: It was to be a difficult foothold called Into the Army a year ago. A. Johns, 43, of Hampton 625. However Captain Read*'* I t
and difficult All of the eight apartments are
-to gain even more office
He haa been discharged from the report that an additional
Leaders,' to hold, military; observers agreed Seals Army and will now resume his died early Tuesday morningIn exactly alike, except that those $3,050 was added to the cost of ;
|The> especially; a hard point with which a Gainesville hospital, after a on the first floor are slightly
reply of thedemands British govern- Now On Sale work among his many Starke the building t* take care of the
t to that change* bee to establish lines of communicationand ( friends. brief Illness. larger than the ones on the sec Jewish Welfare Board wing, '

In the< war leadership, which supply. Here is theTuberculosis Born and reared In Bradford ond floor. Each consists of a which brings thetotal coat of the
frankly meant member of the Unusual reports were coming had been living room, bedroom, and com- Ion 'I
CHRISTMAS County, Mr. Johns a building a a' up to $66,930.
cabinet, cam In the form of from Moscow once more supplanting Christmas Seal 1 I. SEALS Beer Trucks section foreman with the Sea- blnml kitchen-dlnjing room and Hence, this entire cost of t h e

i ehang. in general, effective Kuibyshev; In the datelines of which will be Must Watch ParkingBen board Air Line Railway for many private bath. Each is beautifully building ready for. use will run
tmas day. dispatches including stories of Ger- furnished, and Is equipped with above $85,000.Postoffice. :
Gn.Sir Alan trans on the retreat in one sector sold from now years. gas for heating, cooking, water.heatln& \
Brooke 58, a specl.lmechanized Holtzendorf, police officer He'
I Is survived his widow
by ,
the t 11 Christmas
a so saptdly that they fled through u n and Each
warfare, was towet who nan been given the respon Mrs.. Stella Johns, Hampton his refrigeration. Grounds
snow In their underwear, leaving to further tuberc ;
Gen. has
Sir one a built-in-sink and kit
John Dill chief
as of that double
II sibility teeing park. j
mother Mrs. Annie Johns, Jack-
fe their unl'orms behind u 1 osta control ,
""P"3'' chen cabinet hand-made by Mr.Hartman' .
general staff.
I ing Is strictly prohibited on the two Mia G Landscaped t
I Dubbed Also the tmpreparedneas of the With a lighthouse sonville; daughters,
a "wizard" In this form son, Rddle. Everywindow
streets. of Starke dur
warfare described principal r, Wadsworth Jr. and Miss.
'nfare Nazis for winter was a a the ,
by In the entire building The Public
; his fellow officers. / Buildings Administration -
Is at the .
and it ing the day, working Marlon Claire Johns,
most desperate wsaraamaas: Hampton;
rat 1 Brooke as theme of thisyear's with
Venetian blinds
had been comer equipped a Federal I Work
Instead of allow-
recounted that prisoners had job regularly. two L. A. Johns, Jr., and
of the i was seal d e sons
home defense forces and every room haa attractive Agency, tins had the grounds of
beer trucks to park '
. been taken wearing women's fur ing Robert C. Johns Hampton; two
July. 1940.\ sign, it Is of parProhel light fixtures. All woodwork preserves the Starke Postofflce beautifully
There hour while the salesmen go brothers R. O. and L. E. Johns,
l was little coats tlcu 1 a r interest yeas Horn Inn .
significance/ to be the natural finish the landscaped. F D. Shoemaker, '
Into business houses and
" in A Daniel Brigham dispatch to the tbe Jacknonvllle and four grand-
the change except for the to Floridians Tubtmtlotm/ ; ; floor being of Florida pine, while with the Jacksonville Landscape
check their needs, he makes
that Times from Bern stated that one up on children.
General Brooke was two since there are so block in the walls and ceilings are of Cal- Co.. and eight h e 1 per a, spent
had been them or so
s Red outfit finally : equipped park a away I
lounger than Dill. : lighthouses along Florida'scoastline. Funeral services will be at the
Sixty; was I with automatic rifles many parking place while they ifornia wood. two days last week doing the
bed in I entirely proper
the British Hampton Christian' Church, of
as a
mal press (whether Garands or not could not check up on the bottles and take The first story Is of concrete work.
retirement age" for an The seal was designed by Stephen which he was a member Thurs blocks and stucco and will be I According to Mr. Shoemaker,
general. 'I be learned) and that in the Kalinin their orders, and then double park ,
well-known American afternoon at 3 o'clock. Inter-
Brooke district this organization had dealt Dohanos briefly while they deliver the day painted cream, while the second the following shrubs were setout
Was a winner of the himself suffered will be In Santa Fe Ceme-
who ment
5 Ilex 94 Flttls-
: Vomltorla
be last D'S'O'I' a crushing blow'to the Null goods and pick up the bottles story la of white frame. Mr
war, Is a steely tuberculosis but recoveredto term under the direction of
; from
76 Pyracantham, 72 Eng-
mustached London had reported an effort/ on which they have already placedon Hartman erected the building pnrum
lid wan northern Irishman the part of the Germans with heavy become famous as an Illustra the sidewalk In front of the McCabe,, Funeral Home. from material obtained from a Ilea Ivy and 1 water oak. These

.l.I direction commended of the for his brill. mechanized forces to cut the railway tor.The place of business In this way Active pall bearers will be: Dan concrete warehouse he bought In shrubs range In height from 18

the battle of Second corp line between Rostov and Moscow, Seal will be offered for traffic may go on "as usual most Johnson, Avery Dennlson. George Palatka and yet In spite of that Inches. to 7 feet, Mr Shoemaker I ,
the Low Coun-
In 1940.tBe and that the air force also was sale throughout the Nation. In of the time. Rahme, Carl. W y n n, Marshall the total cost of house and furnishings said

fa credited with the intar heavily; involved. Florida, the sale Is sponsored by One day this week the driver Matcbett and Gilbert Lamoreaux. he said, would be approximately The Jacksonville Landscape Co..

of the barrage being for The Red air force, on the other' the Florida Tuberculosis and of one beer truck was very angry I Honorary pall bearers will be: $18,000. Aa soon as haa also landscaped the Poatof-

Ore. He also map I* quoted ar- hand was reportedly filling itself Health Association and Its affiliated over the whole situation, and was C. A. Knight, T. C. Chastain, A. he finishes the down-atalrs (the flees at Jacksonville, Perry and

111 a statement that he would out with British and American local organizations. Funds broadcasting his hard luck story O. Andreu, P. B. Bridges Le- four. apartments up-atalra are already Cocoa, as well as the U S. Quar-

Coma an Invasion attempt" aa planes, and was rapidly; meeting the from the sale provide the forces in a local cafe, when he had his land Waters, M F. Eddy C. P.Wadsworth rented), he will build a antine station a t Jacksonville.

-auld alTord an opportunity; of numerical superiority of the Germans which aid physicians, nurses and hand called and bad the whole W. J. Bass, C. E. concrete 8-car garage They have also just completed a

rowing> the Nazis Into tne sea." others to do their job In the situation explained to him by a Harper Dr. \/. E. Mlddleton. B. landscaping Job at the U. S.

home defense corps. friend of Improved traffic conditions J. Sapp, A. J. Thomas and D. E. Drowned In Santa Fe Naval Air Bane, Jacksonville,

/ In Starke. The light seemed Knl ht. where they .spent the lane eight
yews Reels At Jacobs Store Marriage Licenses gradually to dawn upset him. Herbert lodge, 20-year old I months.

8Er1nnlng Tuesday, Dec. 2, .the Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie D. Sullivan T. E. Triplett. Jacksonville, and Darby's BurglarizedSometime truck driver of Worthington Unless
'ands At Tabernacle Springs, waa drowned .recently No Discount .
Theatre to work Monday WinnlfreU Price, Starke
has went
special Same
during the night when the Cox bridge over
gell1enls to receive M-G-M : morning in Jacob's store. Mrs November 22 Mr. Triplett Florida.a student Thanksgiving Service, Thursday Monday a thief entered A. M.Darby's Fe River gave way under hU No discount on water or light

dIrect from New York, en- Sullivan (formerly MU Dollle In the and University Miss Price of a stu- Nov. 27, 10 a. m. at the store through the east truck, loaded with I cross ties. bills will be allowed after the

1It.IDCal audience to get their Lambe) was formerly a clerk InSternberg'a Gainesville, Florida State Wornana' Tabernacle, Special program by window In the rear and stole between Passersby recovered the body' 7th of the month Carl Johns,

reels "hot off the griddle." atore for five years, dent in the Tallahassee. the young peoples' chorus. Donations $50: and $60 In change shortly after the accident, but Mr. City Clerk, has announced. Those r

one day old. This new ar- while Mr. Sullivan wa for>> sev- College McGill and Mlaa Mae Bell of flowers food, etc, re- which was lying loose In the cash Hodge could not be revived. desiring to take advantage of the

nts wUl enable the Flor- eral months an employe at Regis- J. T. of Brooker, were Issued celved to be distributed during register.. The thief left no clue Among his survivor are a sister, discount must pay their bills on .l
Io show and more Llles Ma. Southers of New or before that time, or the full
station, and far no Mrs. Willie
news along with Jack- ter' service marriage license In Lake the afternoon to the aged, sick a* to hla Identity, so
b. with the Starke a River price will be charged
Atlanta and other large recently was Butler on November 13. and needy. arrest has been made.
It i la said. Taxi Service.

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The Bradford Sinking Of The Reuben James Letter Box BROOKERBy
County Telegraph
Calls For All Out War Mrs. Kldon Hardy O&WT

S e KktabtlHhed 1877M.EAVBER.
With the sinking of the Reuben James MKS. EDWARDS HONOREDLast .
Mandeville, Jamaica, B. W I. Sunday, the Vernon Edwards
+ __ and the heavy loss of American lives, thereis Editor elegraph home was the scene of a
; ; ht _I NATIOMAL> EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION no doubt now about the United States and Dear Sir: lovely birthday eel e bratlon celebrated In Author of "How to Win Friend
; ASSOCIATION Enclosed please find check fora honor of Mrs. Edwards who

19,41 Germany's full-fledged war in the Atlantic. subscription to your her 62nd birthday anniversary and Influence People."
d' I:. L. Matrhewa ___________ Editor and! Ow erSUBSCRIPTION year's at this time. She was 1 p'
r Practically, it is an undeclared war. And paper. I am now employed on a
f -- -- ---- surprised with two
N U. S. Government defense base pleasantly
I b' KATIe though our government does not intend to here In Jamaica as assistant carpenter birthday cakes, one bearing 62

4 } Yearly $1.75: Six: Month, .1.00-_ Jet Hitler force the blame of the conflict on superintendent, and will candles, baked by her daughters,
o ** -"""" ma
j ( probably be here for two years. Virginia and Flora; the other, TURN YOUR DEFECTS
fublUhed Weekly on FrMajs and Entered Second
the United States the seriousness of the decorated, was given
: After my job l is finished. I planto beautifully
CI. Matter the Pont Office at Fla
"rpN at Starke
A deliclous -
v situation has not been lessened. settle in Starke. her by her son. Harry. INTO ASSETSA
i jy dinner was served out-of-
!m a BIBLE VEKSE"Blessed Although it has not been accompaniedby My year wife was prior to Lillian our marriagethis Barnes, doors under the spacious oaks few years ago there lived in New Bedford v

be the God and Father of our Lord daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex surrounding the home. girl the people of the town never stared a
a formal declaration o f hostility by The afternoon sped by with a stopped and looked at her girl was stye
t + Jesus\ Christ, which according to hip abundant L. Barnes. I sailed for Jamacla openly. The ,

mercy hath begotten us again unto a lively hope either' side, this war is real. The fact that from New York on August 22, basketball game in which both telligent and attractive except for one most ?union, / .

4 by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead: the two nations and my wife came t o join me young and old participated. Mrs.Edwards disfigurement. This was a strawberry birthmarkrcovered "
each other
m'tl are so opposed to was presented with ,
half of side of her
from Miami. one face.
r n to an Inheritance! Incorruptible'and undeflled, and later by plane

that fadeth not away, reserved In heaven for you, by every standard brings home the reality I was employed as mill superintendent many lovely gifts by her rrienas Her name was Lydia O'Leary.
and relatives. Among those to
'k ', who are kept by the power of God through faith of the present conflict. for Starrett Bros. & help Mr. and Mrs. Edwards en- The home people had become accustomed to

J,;, 4+ unto salvation ready to be revealed In the last Eken at Camp Blanding and was joy this lovely occasion were Lydia so she was not sensitive; but when she went?

I time.- peter 1:3-3.: Germany has set out to sweep American lormerly assistant superintendenton their children and grandchildren: lege. it was another matter. She realized that her t
o construction of the Empire mark set her apart from other I
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards and girls. Dates
vessels from the sea, and the United were K
State Building and the Metropolitan she suffered :
get; as wallflower
# children, Ernest, Marie, and night she stood'in
Public Opinion Turn Thumbs Down its to free- Housing Project-the world's the window
'' States has sworn to uphold right Harry; Mr. H. C. Edwards and of her rented room and looked

rl'} On, The Closed Shop dom of the seas. The United States is determined largest-both In New York City. daughters, Helen and Susie Mae, where her classmates were having a dance, tp-irV"n '"

t The traitorous! action of John L. Lewis We think that the Telegraph Is of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. J. down her cheeks. '

in hampering defense work by ordering a that the great Englishspeakingnations a very Interesting paper and like V Edwards, Jr., and daughter, When she went to New York to get a J job
based on democratic institutions, to keep up with the home news. from office to office She tra
and Mary Louise; Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. day after day.
coal miners strike is convincing more Griffiths.
shall not go down. There is no other choice. Albert Howard and children, Alvin, Roy, One day the personnel manager of a Fifth Aven,,

more Americans that the closed shop, de- The United States is facing its greatest t Kdwln. and Jeanette; Mr. and partment store said, "My I speak to( you frankly' I'm'
manded by certain labor groups should TelegraphDear Mrs Cliff Kelley; Mrs. Lilly Cone vinced you are just the girl we'd like to have
danger in history. If the line of supply to Sir: but th
k never have been an issue in America. I and son, Clyde; Mr, and Mrs. something else to think of. Our clientele '
; Here Is little of original is
a piece fastidin
4 Britain is cut, the whole system of free Will Andrews of New River; Mr. I'm sure they wouldn't want to !
The that man dues sent to from one of our waited
1'k' requirement a pay poetry us on by a ,
% y' government is in grave danger The United and Mrs. T. V Edwards; Mr. and such a large birthmark." gin
In North Carolina
now ,
to union in order to be permitted to work boyj
4 a Mrs Lewis Clemons and daughter
h States cannot take that risk, cannot allow which shows that soldiers really She realized, then, she must get a job where she
j Yvonne Mr.. and Mrs. M. O. Har-
= is contrary to the whole "freedom of op- ;
hospitality. It was not be seen by the public; she succeeded
Britain to become isolated from its allies, rell and daughter, Katherine; in landing on
a ,,4 portunity" philosophy on which American written by Sgt. Bill Robinson, Co. oring miniatures. One day a blotch of purple
Russia and the United States. To desert Mrs. Beulah Harvlll; Mrs. Florence paint
N ''r business has flourished. The closed shop M, 172nd. Inf., 43rd Diy tered on the miniature she was coloring and
would be Varnedoe; W. H., N. G., Jr. she da
Britain and Russia repeatingthe
#W v w idea is probably unconstitutional: and certainly now Yours truly, and Eldridge Hayes. on light paint to cover the purple. And it did hide i ii
recent history of France. What hap- Harry Kauffman.Here's idea shot through her mind: maybe she could

;, Ir unAmerican. pened in France will happen, and quickly, to DNA; MAY RUSS own. purple mark. She painted it, and lo! it cove
And although the closed shop has been to the ones we love so Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Russ announce But.when she smiled the disappe
+ lanes not paint cracked. She
d Great Britain if the sea are kept dear decide
a major Issue in many recent labor disturbances the arrival of a daughter, would find a cream that would hide the mark
open. Here's to the old house of good Edna May, on Saturday, Nov. 15. and not c
is probable that it She had studied chemistry at
n it may never I cheer. college and with this

arise again-or at least that it will never For those reasons it is no longer justa I Here's to a corner just for four. BRIDGE CLUB background, she started in to perfect a face cream to

Never less, Never Mrs. J. P. Roberts was char- her purpose. Finally she developed one and
be aPProved by any department of our government job of keeping Britain supplied. It is a more.Rain now he
ming hostess Thursday afternoon, grew; thanks for this color she could
which realizes its responsibilities job for the United States Navy to fight, shine we're manufacture i i i
I or always there, Nov. 20 when members of the sell it to others afflicted as she was. She developed

I +0 to the will of the people. to the finish, the all-out war in the Atlan- Never a worry, Never a care, club gathered tn her lovely living she calls "Lydia O'Leary' Covermark." The cream

: i ,?t' .For the people of America today are tic. They never worry or never fret room, made more attractive with aration would not only hid birthmarks but stains, ele
The grandest pair I ever met.
fall zinnias, roses and fern. At
unalterably opposed to the closed shop. tary acne, X-ray burns and varicose veins.
The Is Do the conclusion of the games Mrs. I visited her at 551 Fifth Avenue and
place your's. what you saw walls
of them listened to the for The Last Shot co
h+ Some arguments Mac Hall was presented with a with letters from
may. grateful people who their lives
f it sympathetically when it was first brought Repeal of the principal provisions of It's Uncle Sam. who Is going to lovely scarf for holding high, and been changed by her discovery. Doctors say expressed c

,'; f up. They saw it as a possible asset to the the Neutrality Act those forbidding pay, for Mrs.bingo.Guy Harrell Mrs. Roberts, a novelty served fawn elation for the psychological as well as the physiol

ual "little man" in combating, the power of em- American merchant ships to be armed and There la a long night ahead so her guests cheese rolls, deliciouscup effect it had on their patients. I would not believe sh
what you say, had her birthmark
until she rubbed
!& ployers.But. to enter belligerent waters was certain Let's cakes and refreshing Coca off the "cover-m
go to Harry's for a few She is no longer self-conscious and when she
recent strikes based on demands from the beginning.The hours stay? Colas. daily, people do not even suspect. goes 01

for a closed shop have made the people ana- shooting war has started. And I[ don't give a dam for high wateror Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sutton, Mr. Lydia O'Leary took her liability and turned it in

lyze it more carefully and they have come now the important thing, as the Presidentsaid fire, and Mrs. Duncan Stone and son, asset; took something which threatened to ruin her lif!

to the almost unanimous conclusion that it is who fires the last shot. And of Harrys place I'll never Donald Day.guests, of Starke of Mr. were Armistice made it serve her. Not everybody can capitalize hi
and Mrs.
C. C. bility but If is
u is unAmerican-that worker should tire Dees and children. many can. you something which
ri' every So come on gang: I'm in a Hurry, ing you back see if you can't make it sere vou.
; have the right to; decide for himself whetherhe Hell Schicklgruber To get back to Starke to Ann and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hazen of
Gainesville, we revisiting Mrs. Mrs. Arch Prevatt and Harvey fie Friday night.
wants to belong/to a union. Adolf Hitler, the former Austrian Harry. Dan Hazen Sunday. Galney, all of Jacksonville and) Zenas and Albert Grlffls

AH recent studies of the public's opinionon paper-hanger who has become dictator of all Starke, Florida Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs. E. E. Lee of Bethel were 1111 A business, trip t to Gat
Mr.; .
visiting and"MrtI."C.
this subject have'arrived at that answer.A Germany 'was born Adolf Schicklgruber. No/ember 18,, 1941 Agnes Rhlmes, and ,Mrs. Mary A. Grtf- Monday.

recent national poll made by Dr. Fortunately, his father changed the name. Editor Telegraph'' yule Green Wednesday.were shopping in Gaines-
Dear Sir:
George Gallup found only 13 per cent of the It would be hard even for a fanatical Nazi Mr. and
L. O.
I will appreciate It very much 1 1If If Hazen and
people of all classes favoring the closed not to smile if he had to greet his friends you will publish the enclosed. daughter Minnie Lou Mr. and

'.,w shop. Even among union members them- with a "Heil Schicklgruber." communication which Is a copy of. Mrs Frank Feagle and daughter,

a letter I am forwarding to the Jaunlta, were in Gainesville Sun
selves the
right of a man to decide if he The suggestion that Hitler be referredto
Board of Commissioners
County : kri
would join a union was favored. day.Mrs.
only as Schicklgruber has been seriously To The Honorable Board of Earl Green and Mrs. W. .

<' America's labor leaders employers and made. It would certainly be hard to scare County Commissioners of H. Hinton were attending churchat 4, .

government mediators should be made the democratic people of the world with Bradford County Rock Sunday.Mr. .
Starke Florida and Mrs. T.
aware of the fact that on the subject of such
a a name. Hitler sounds menacing Dear Sirs: daughter, Martha Evelyn,

closed shop the American public has voted Schicklgruber only funny, like somethingfrom Under date of November 6, A were visiting Mr. and Mrs. R.

t a resounding "No"! an Olson and Johnson show.II D. 1M1, your Board was presented Dukes' Dukes Saturday- after-

k what was supposed to have noon. yrt $'ttr" r

been petitions calling for an election Mrs. Earl Green recently visited tr

.J Happenings;; LAWTEY to determne: whether the sale her sister, Mra. Mel Vickey, In }
I ITllANKSGn'lNG lly Bill Plununer of intoxicating liquors, wines and Gainesville.Mr. a&,

beer shall be prohibited in Bradford and Mrs. C. H. Shaw have k .'

by -I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. County Florida.'I recently moved to Brooker from

Mrs. M. W. Morrow 8KKVICEEveryone : Moore will regret to learn of the am informed that these petitions Jacksonville.Mr. ...... r-'lf &...'
Is Invited to attend a Illness of their, son, Fred. and Mrs. .,'
were presented in a round- Ralph Beville and "t. ,t';>1<
FLORIDA POWF.RDEIUONSTRATES Thanksgiving Service at the Mrs. O. J. Phillips was visitingher about way so as to keep secret children of Gainesville were ,', ...." ,":it /Jr'J" -;' ,

Methodist Church Thursday daughter, Mra. Redd, who is the name or names of the sponsoror visiting Mr and Mrs. James '.....t.. "J" .... ,,.' ''('f
The second of a series of six evening at 7:30 o'clock. confined to St. <' %' .. ., :oJ\ "
: The Rev. Vincent's Hospitalin Cason
sponsors of these petitions, and Sunday. Little Billy remained ''IIw.- .,:j{ ;
demonstrations b y representa Yancy of Waldo l will be in Jacksonville, this week. that some of these petitions Included -i for a week's visit with > .. '.
1 tives of the Florida Power and Mr. and Mrs. 4'
charge. A. B. Peacock the names of several his cousins.
I persons -
j Light Company was enjoyed by a spent last week-end with relativesIn
who would not even think of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tilgbman "
}i small group In the Hampton The Rev. and Mrs. C. A. War- i Williston.H. signing them. were visiting relatives In GeorgiaSaturday. ) '
School Cafeteria Monday night. ren of Alachua visited friends In
D. of .
I Finley Macclenny was
Recipes and cooking aids Hampton Tuesday afternoon. My name was on one of these,
were visiting friends here Mrs. J. B. .
Tuesday.Mrs. petitions In two places, Harrison was shop
presented while the group waited ?fr, and Mrs. J. E. Adkins, J. P. Wyrick has returned and' II ping in Gainesville
know I did not Saturday. She
sign and for
for the
baking of a sample cake Mrs Grace Beal and ?Ir. and home after a week-end visit with that I I also visited her father who Is
'' reason like I have a a
prepared by the hostess. Mrs. J.
G. Adkins
and family at.
In Tallahassee.John .
patient in
the Alachua
personal grievance
to place before .
The next scheduled
la tended the
meeting funeral
service of E. B. Boles of Atlanta. Ga., Hospital.
set for January 12, 1942 W. your honorable body.
with Collins
a Tampa November
was visiting friends here 1 a a t Mr and Mrs. J. C. Keene
I demonstration meal of cooked 17. Mr. Collins, a nephew of J. week-end. Therefore I am requesting that are
visiting his
vegetables and meats. All persons E, Adklrm, died as a result of Cupt. J. T. Holmes and Chief you strike my name from the said Myers. parents In Fort .

Interested In new ways to cook asphyxiation when a gas line Chapman of the Camp Blending petition and that you Ignore the Mrs.
are urged to attend whole set of petitions because Ramp Conerly of Okee-
I broke under his house.H. Fire Dept., were visiting friends It chobee I
is .
visiting friends
Is very evident in and relatives m
my opinion that
Miss Cleo D. Rowell and B. Y. Saxon here Tuesday evening. this week.
Saxon: formerly of the whole matter
was bandied In
were business visitors in Pom- Those from Lawtey attendingthe Mr. and
Hampton became Mrs.
tho bride of a manner not worthy of the Sanford Ritch
'4 { Ernest Hunter of Fart Lauder pano Wednesday and Thursday. Homecoming football game In of a consideration and son, Gene, and Mr. and Mrs. VEGETABLE POlllh. N
I Miss Edna Dudley left Vedneaday Gainesville last Saturday were: representative Artlford an greedy feeders on
dale I In Brown and
a quiet ceremony on body of Bradford son. Buster,,
t November 1st. Th Hunters will afternoon to spend the !..fl'. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten, Sid- County. were Sunday guests of Mr. and only ia plenty o! this plant food necessary for high piil
i Thanksgiving Holidays with relatives ney Shuford, J. C. Prevatt, Jr., I do not agree with some com- Mrs. PP'n
make their home In Fort Lauder- L. A, Brown. and good quality,but for the improved flavor.
Miss ments which are to the effect
in Newberry. Elizabeth Plummer. J. C. that wcompetitiva 0
daleMrs.. B. Y. Saxon Miss Betty Jean Rhodes and Wooten, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill all such names should be stricken and carrying quality ao important in rulizing P' ISO
returned BOA
fi Miss Ophelia Bryan left Wednes Plummer.Mrs. and that the real true signaturesof DRAIN markets. Potash also gives the pUnlivigor
week's visit
a J. E. Shuford the citizens of the By Mrs. Z. Z. Oriole diseases and B"l
with Mrs. E. W. Abernathy and day afternoon to visit friends and of Jacksonville County on and increases their resistance to
1 1 Mrs. Marie relatives in Jasper. They will was visiting friends here last said petitions be considered, be- Mrs. anal aoppN
McKlnstry of Jack- Lugene soil
Prevatt and Th. best with
weekend.W. cause I do not believe that the son, analysis to u.. vaxiaa fcondition.
_ sonville. return Sunday.Mr. Earl were rend'
t J. Harrell and F. R. Car- taxpayers' money should be wasted visiting her daughter, .. Complete ferUlIaera usually are
Mr and Mrs. R. C. Hawthorne and Mrs.. J. G. Adkins and Mrs. Lonnie Tyre of Florahome Grtiliai f
} J and daughter, Clay re and Mrs.. D. children, Betty Jean, Helen, and radine were business visitors i in mould in Instruments trying to correct and re- the past week-end. ", .k. sure your crop get enough potash, u.a'd 0

B. Williams were visitors In Jacksonville Louise enjoyed a fishing trip on Jacksonville Monday afternoon. such as thesepetitions Mrs. M. J. Green and daughter, containing at least.much potash aa phosphoric lIC1lf\d
.t 'I Howard J. Miner has been which .how upon their \
Sunday afternoon. Homasassa River this week-end. transferred from the Jacksonville face many such irregularities, and Inez, of Miami, were visiting rem many aandy.oil*,the potash should ba up to o011 lei

+ Air Base to Cuba. are not fit to be presented to any atives in this section last week. peat and muck aoila.akould be triple the phoipl"6Consult ,

W.T.CLUTE-REALTOR public body for consideration. Mrs. Mary Brown I la visiting rig
relatives la the HeUbronn section your county agent or aarperiment station ,

F. II. A. LOANS QUICK RELIEF FROM with I believe the best that I am In accord this week. the fertility of you aoil. Aak your dealer about Mrw j

li 3 We want the listing on, your property Symptoms Distress Arising from this County when thinking I request element that In Wilmot and Clyde Brown were high In potash.You will ba surprised how 111th.S'd it ]
We have some wonderful properties for sale STOMACH ULCERSDUETO the said petitions above referred sister, Mr.their and brother-in-law Mrs. Ben Sasser an to apply anough potaah to insure high yield! oi goo d

;.; See us about your Real Estate Needs EXCESS ACIDrr..Bo.kTsUsofHommTrsatmatttbat to be totally Ignored as to any the past weekend.M. i.

119 E. CALL STREET PHONE 66 favorable consideration and that J. Green and Mr. and Mrs., 'Wilt. ,
for further information '
they be filed with the spurious Ralford Greene of a. -

Must Help or It Will Cast You NothingOver papers of the County if such file visiting Mr. and Mrs.Miami C. A. Grlf-were and Ut.ratar.
two million bottl...or the WILLARD is maintained, and If I
not that one fie on hrUlixing ) +
BOREE FUNERAL HOME T RE ATM KNT h n>toan old for relief. of last Saturday. They were accompanied your crop
symptoms of dlitrtm krlxlas. Maniacta be especially prepared for these home by Mrs. M. J.
and DuWmal Ulcers. du.to teem AcM_ petitions Immediately.
FULL LINE UNDERTAKERS' SUPPLIES Fwr DIcntlMi. _.ur or Upset Stomach. Greene and daughter,,. Inez, who --.- .. .- .. .
.Islas. Hurttaurn,.U...tiMii.n.et._ Respectfully submitted, had visited here for several days. \

PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE dUll Ask:to for bent"WIIlM A.*...**. Hold-..-on 1"5 welch'trio fully l'I F, A. Scott.CAROX Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grlffla and AMERICAN POTASH INSTITUTE, INC.rUSSleth .

$ explains Us treatment,, ITU .. children of '' C.
Phone 134 Starke PAPER-8 Clay County were St. N. W.. WASHINGTON, D:
x 11, visiting Mrs. C. After
A. Grlffls
KOCH DRUG STORE 8 FORD 1-:! x COUNTY IS: S3 per TELEGRAPIL box-BRAD Mrs. Dan Boree and son,Sunday Doyle, 000TNXN OFFICII,> MOHTOAOe QUAHMfTS"J>aNOV :


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r Bradford.County High School] Journal !|1

JDITORUL Editor-In-Chlef STAFF1 Class Motto B Club Plans Dance BHS Falls Victim I.I Reviewing I Seniors EnjoyShakespearean Program Committees p

uarjorle Social Reporters Thompson Picked By SeniorsAt I As First Social To Jasper 31.13 I The 1941 Tornadoes Actor Announced Vl_ _

Margie Mathews, the regular Monday morn- ActivityThe
*Mine Silcox Green Ing business meeting November Last Friday night at Jasper. The football season was one' Edwin: Southers, an 84-year-old This year the 15: minute homeroom _

Dorothy Features 24, a report was given by Mar. Bradford "B" Club held its Bradford met the football boysof more grand and glorious go-round' Shakespearean actor who has retired period Is supposed to be a

Special Ovid Futon, Joe Jorle Thompson about the work regular meeting Wednesday during that town in a real gridiron and It Is over for 1941. Our boys from the stage and U. nowa constructive, character-building

&ol Hayes. done by the committee for selectIng first period. The meeting battle. The final score was 31.13In have performed wonderfully and resident( of Starke where he has
Lander favor of Jasper.We I wish to dedicate this article to period In the clans rooms. It har
lived honored the
a class motto, Sylvia Morse was called to order by the president previously
junior Nina RepOTtRaDavis. Bishop Edna and Bertlce Sllcox from Miss I Patsy Roberts, and she. an- know that a team who has them this week. We all wish to senior class) with a performanceWednesday been the custom In our senlol

u Stump's room and Velma Norman flounced that the first social activity lost, likes to blame the officials express our appreciation for all Nov. 19, during the home room to take turns., but

Edwards. patsy" Roberts and Marjorie Thompson from of the Club would be a but this g am seemed to be the victories which they have won second period. He made an In- when we found that this did not 1

lety t "------- Mae Parker Miss Fernandez's room. dance at the Armory Friday I truly one-sided. for dear ole Bradford High. I westing talk about Shakespeareand work satisfactorily, It was suggested -
News night December 5. have made the rounds and have his works and then he acted thnt we work In committees
'SportS -_____ Buddy DavisDouglas The following mottos were sub- Bradford suffered several bad facts about the boys in the mainline out the trial scene of "The Mer- of three for' a week at a '
HazenpccIa1 milled to the The program which wits In breaks The worst was a fumble ,
_-.------- class for voting up. hunt of Venice." The seniors time. The' committees were arranged -
\ Features purposes: charge of Joe Andrews was as on our goal line covered by a
It much and as follows:
UiT.UN D\vin I'lIl''OUU, appreciated very
Joe Lander : jasper man. One more touch
BMW Hayes. "We have a goal to reach, and down for Bradford's 200 pound right tack', thought It was wonderful to meet Geraldine Silcox, Dorothy
junior Reporter* we shall reach. it." "Training" by Edgar A. Guest, Jasper. was noted this year for his abilityto a Shakespearean actor and to Green and Margie Mathews: Mae

M Davis Nina Bishop Shir- "The road to success is rough read by Marjorie Thompson, for Our boys however, played good hold the line He did a swell have him perform for us. Mr. Parker, Cleo Norman and Marjorie -
Marjorie Grlder Edna the Newspaper Staffs contribution. ball and as a whole, could -
colley, and narrow but we are not turn job and as he Is a senior, he will $cutlit>rs also peifoimed for the Thompson; Claudia Brown S
)nrd Martha Markey E v a ing back now." no better treatment from not be with us next! year. He Is eighth through the eleventh Velma Norman, .and JuonltaKnlch

Camel "A quitter wins Jean Edwards rendered several any other town than they got plum.Inn to enter Miami Univer grades: last week ; Sonny Haynes, Lester Mc-

6 lii's Sports winner never quits.never" and a selections on the piano: "Georgia"and from Jasper, with the exceptionof sity. Good for you David! We" have been promised another :Mllllan, and J. E. Denmark;

Oval Peele' Success comes in 'can's' not "I Don't Want to Set the the officials. .1. F.':. IU':: i\nK! guarded the Islt from Mr. Southern In which Ralph Nettles, Leonard Smith,

.' '.'." World on Fire" Bradford has won four and lost left end with unusual ability and he will do selections! from more and Odell Jones; Louie Lee Wainwright S

Biographies Two number, Alma Mater and tour games this season with one completed many successful passes. Shakespeare plays for us. He- Ir mior "Not finished Just beginning." "The Star-Spangled Banner" were more game to play- .on cur own I He Is also a senior and has the qUl'fltll from the seniors Include rah Johns; Patsy Roberta Bertha -
"Forward ever, backwardnever" field Wednesday night homecom- "Hamlet." "Twelfth Night" andKlnf L< and Knos: Hayes '
IKE1T.BR EN played by the band during which ability to be an All-American in 'I't'r 1
the aen- was submitted by Freeman the vntlie club stood as U cus itig. It seems that Bradford haschosen the tuturc. Lear"Keep Thin la the arrangement In blissFernandez's t
a the days pass by Register when President a hard nut t. cruck In the
,/of 194 1.42 are struggling one Denmark asked If any one had tomary. form of Monticello. FItANK <'nEWS. our right end : room. We shall contlnun -
through this business ofAnnies. any suggestions to offer. For the Scholastic student'scontilbutlon halted many plays around his In Line I to follow It all this yearWe .
one Catherine Nollra.m, The scores for the eight games undo are planning to make the
Iretta, Brannen has The third motto, "A I He's a senior also.COMMt I
a new-comer to our school, pluycil played are: po you not dislike t 0 startIrvsHlng pi-og rams mure deslrablu iuibeneficial.
her struggle andre never wins and : : : Junior
finlbhcd a winner I I'K.KKYMA.N a -
neverquits" a selection from Beethoven. 3HS.16 Green Cove ______ 0 ,! for an Important! event .
It 'ILIretta was the one !selected.A FI'eddieVimberly, Sara Barefoot B.II.S.7 Sen. for Deaf ____ 0 is a light guard. ami find that Home article of your

say she does not like committee of four was ap- and Nina Bishop led UK in U.HS.19 Wildwood __.---___ 6 lit'CK MrMII.I.I\N: also I a a(IIl\l'el will not fit ? Is It not At School

rive all that dry stuff about pointe dto select the class flower. some songs and yells. B.H.S.0 Alachua _______.__12 Senior, Is Bradford's quartet'buck. annoying and distressing? It U Living

past and just stated that They are Jewell Reddish and Jean Edwards: was called backto B.H.S.--47 Red>!l'k _________ 0 lie has had the unusual experience the mime In life when there memlxt'lLn CmivlcHy, thill's/ a small wet I 1

thought the only things of Shirley Morgan from MissEturitp's the piano and the remainderof BH.S.-12 Hastings __ ______20 of having played every In the group. You have HiVt U ? !But how many of II 1 ,

nortance were where she was room and Dorothy Green our time was spent In singing B.H.S. 0 Eolles Mil Ac. ___.40 minute of every tame ecu them, no doubt. They cannot know what It really means ? We \

Lake Butler and her fu- and Geraldine Silcox from MissFernandez's favorite songs. IUt.S13 Jasper ____________31 GKOIUiK: : KL.YNN is the Junior talk Intelligently or even say "Oh yp*. It means being kind I Ito

and present. room. Several paid their dues for the --- --- who has played quarterback and keep In mind what you are uyng. old people." Tho truth In that 4 4it

-But you can never tell Iretta, Since there was no further second month. Everyone who Intends 94 109 guard this year and showed the They have misguided ideas goes back much farther than

ybe some of the most Interest- business, the meeting was turned to go to the dance should makings of a future All-Ameri about what In going; on In the that. We must first of all be

-incidents In a person's life over to the program committee. pay dues as soon as possible Tenth Grade News can. would' In which we live. You probably kind 1 to those of our own age*.

I happened to him In child- MUTT JONKS.:!! a Senior, and j go out of your way many Honestly, It seems HS If some peo-

f Odds And EndsThe Poet's ProgressWell Monday was the first day of tall back, has made several touchdowns t I m e s to avoid meeting them. plo never grow up. When a person .

F ." she replied "that's tha fourth month of school. for Bradford. He's noted They lire the kind of people who I becomes of high school age

L Why, I almost forgot that homecoming game will folks once again we bring Everyone Is nervously looking for hid drive. His remarks about are more than able to spoil a one would assume that he has

dent that happened to me In close our football season? you our weekly poem. This week forward to exams at the end of this football season arc; "It was whole day's outing to which you enough Intelligence to conduct

childhood which has a defl- The seniors' class rings are Its from one of our brilliant senIors this month. a successful year and good foot- have/ looked forward with much himself about the school In the

a bearing on my future. I here? Cleo Norman. Hold the We are all very sorry becauseof ball was played by all." anticipation. These people are right way. There are still a few

been punished and was hav- Bobby Cameron's present heartthrob phone, 'cause here goes! the loss of one of out- well- UAU'll NKTT1.KS.: : a Senior found' In all kinds of places. but who ignore the word courtesy and
Is J. E. ? not In the more refined and cul-
to think strongly about my liked pupils, Harold Mlkcll who and our full buck, suffered a its meaning pethapu. not through:
of Elise was heard saying she was ANNABEL LEE uieil places, as you may readily I mention but
in g doing In the solitude a returned to Trenton where he shoulder Injury defending Brad through mere cure-

t closet. The close walls slowly dying? We dont under Edgar Allen Poe formerly lived. Also we regret ford's goal In the battle with expect, less lies..,

:xd back my sobs and as Ind stand Elise. losing/ Mildred Barton and Rob- Hastings. We feel that some of ihaps you ate wondering how Going. to school U not merely

no refuge In these sounds Mutt Jones has had one date In It was many and many a year ert Parrlsh who quit school. our losses ale due to his absence. this fits In with school life. a thing of learning what's In the

ltd not to make a noise so my his life? I ago We had a clasH meeting Tues itAU'ii UJIUX.0 U r left School Is a little world In the textbook, but It's learning, to !live
I dead. Odds &: Ends! is dedicated to i In a kingdom by the Ilea larger, more complex world wherewe
tier would think was day morning, and discussed morn- tackle from the Sophomore Class and( associate with people. The
ling no results I began to the football boys this week? ,That a maiden there lived whom ing programs. It was decided who weighs 196 pounds. Is pushIng learn early In life to live with textbook knowledge Is incidental.If .

ik about everything and deed -I Evelyn Hall &: Judy (true love) you may know that the mdrnlng programs would Several for having the honorof our fellow men and to appreciatethem. we agree that school Is associating

my mother was no longer aid McRae have a cane and a half? By the name of Annabel Lee; Influence the cooperation grade being Bradford's best lineman. It Is In the school that our with people, then how are

of mine and that I was Lorene If. &: Jewell Reddish are And this maiden she lived with of the pupil In charge. lie received a black eye a hurt deficiencies are recognized und we to ,receive the most that It has

erally an outcast Having come both sporting new suits? no other thought shoulder and a bruised knee. corrected. You can improve your to offer If w* are rude unrefined
Darrah had a real surprise the be loved All or us appreciate Virginia and build It Into mind of
this conclusion I saw no rea- Than to love and by JUDY McKAK Is a Junior who mind a and discourteous to our fellow
Sewell leading us in school songs
wby I should be in this dark other day in Home EC. me. whenwe weighs 1S4 pounds. He has suffered iiullectualworth which m a yprove classmates?!' We have here In oul
and In the home room
We are really going to have a yells to In the future
I could be on more you school of the
{ton when my from a hurt shoulder, a on* greatest opportunltiesi <
child and she was a have our meetings. She
I was a )cp
swell annual this |
silver mine. It
year. ibari a gold or In the world to demon
I, u I had decided to 'leave.BsUi has"thevolume. Charlie Home and a sprained <
: ..' Q1y.- srY'to.t,.. but, Iufht :. Jean{ Edwards has 'cflme' back child really ankle. Is In the school that we learn to strat the true meaning of cour-
for good. In this kingdom by the Ilea In line with our fellow cltlien -
to\dCk and scream.I keep tesy. Crowded conditions and a
I. was .
began this procedure., My Mr. Williams had a' special But we loved with a love that Bits Of Gossip MARION CREWS. a 185 pound and pals; we learn to acquire l.ot.of new students are two great
First Pd. was more than love-- .... ... Junior plays center "
meeting Friday morning -
"sticking ability, perseverance
w were beeded 'and I once ''' factors which should promote
r uw daylight and my mother Velma Norman has a beautiful I and my Annabel Lee; The Home Economics girls have I Jpii LANDER a Senior playedleft tact. Initiative, ambitious Ideals. thoughtfulness and civility. There

>m I tad decided to desert. As 'ring besides her class ring? With a love that the winged found a new way to have fun. guard. In this day of national and International Is absolutely no excuse for high

made ready to take my departs Carrie Belle Bennett receives. seraphs of heaven They have surprise showers. Any- We wish to mention also the upsets. It Is more Important school students not acting like

I found that a big lump was dally letters from N C. Coveted her and me. one clue planning to get married ? names of Coolidge GaM-tt 11evbert than ever to learn the the ladles and gentlemen that

ring In my throat and, that Buddy Davis likes to make And this was the' reason that, If you are, just let us know. Own Arnold U'wulln Or- moaning of the phrase "keep Inline thoy should be.

heart was !beating the tune book reports. long ago. It breaks our hearts to look ntontl ThoniaM, right guard, and ." It mennn to keep intelligently There' are those among us who
For some reason Freeman has the street and see the new center who all Informed on happenings In
that the across Hobby MoUse ,
I found
Tankee Doodle. sea.A
In this kingdom by are so net on disliking their subject -
vuld not be able to/get to' the been going to the Methodist wind blew out of a cloud, chil- building going up when we knowIt did nobly by B. H. S. this season the world I and community In and teachers that they don'tgive _ _
at door without breaking down, Church very regularly. ling Isn't going to be a new school Other players are George which you live: It Includes going either the teacher or the
for us. Maybe they would like! Angelo, Ovid I Futch, Charles to school every possible day and
b I did. I had thus lost myde My beautiful Annabel Lee; subject a fair chance They spend 1
to trade (who. knows?) Parker George Kliuford, Curtis lenrnlng our lessons so that we
and Grade News kinsmen
courage, / self-respect. Eighth So that her highborn most of their time talking about -I
Jean Edwards who has returnedto Lanier, Buddy Davis and Othrna can clci( more t limn recite them
<* then I have ,taken my deed came the teacher In a rudo, unrefinedway
B. ir. S. finds herself just as ami, keep them In our heads for
> punishment .and said noth- 8-A And bore her away from me, Haynes. which In not becoming to
1' What would happen If: To shut her up In a sepulcher welcome! as ever; In fact, too welcome )- You're a grand team! from a a. iljy or two. We need to decide them and, most certainly: In nota

Betty Hayes let Billy Oyer- the especially when the whole grand school boys. We're proudof which vhtiieii and assets we
She likes boat-riding because In this kingdom by Ilea : nexample of courtesy In any _
street her books upstairs? "B" Club clamors! for more of '! la'klnd/ do our bent to acquire
e likes the feel of the wind carry YOU'Fifth senso of the word. It Is both a
tng the zrflst 'in 'her face. Joyce Prevatt got back from The angels, not half so happy In that swing music which she gets them. In this wuy we con learn disgrace: to the school and to
lunch time? heaven out of a piano. (Note: Jean can to keep I n line Government
on them. Such Is
ratta / Grade News a practice entirelya
wants to be of. thoseled
one her anJ accordhm and 1 all other itooil I Jobs
me- out
Bibby Edwards were to copy Went enveylng also swing on an jobs wnsta of lime It would be far
lulls secretaries who wear his math. Yen, that was the reason (las all and a clarinet. Some gal eh ?) a-ii which will be open In the future better for (those students to use
with white collars and trouble with hilarious will be for those who best
Futch to give us a men know The only are
II In Mr. were Wo are very glad to have anew that time doing something else
a big firm in Jackson- the sea) Club Is that we fitted to till them. Are -
test? In this kingdom by "B" meetings you going would 1 be
SUrke surprise pupil, Evle: May Kelly from that more profitablethan
or New .York. wind out of the have to hold of our energy to sit back and
(Answers next week) That the came some DcFunlak Springs.' seeyour opportunity to sink to such a habit and '
Is cloud nigh Inside of utt so that the buildifig to become something
Lou Edwards from Lawtey ; by believe me, It Is a habit P'
*th Grade News a new pupil In our room. We' Chilling and killing my AnnabelLee won't fall down on UH. The old Betty Ann Flynn brought an- taken from, your hands Just beams '
other lovely bouquet for our So let's take stock of ourselves
to be withus I "pep accompanln.ent".tamplngfeethu you could never learn to
hope she Is as glad
The time have I
next we the desireto
Earl Gintupie Is m 0 v I ng to to have her. had to be abolished en "keep In line" ?
''tis and we are surely going as. we are But our love It was stronger by tirely. room.We are learning to work traction push and shove In the halls or _
Dorothy Mott, reporter.
shim, He Is one of our far than Herbert and LOI'a w ere' In Most of us think that Is Fashions Interrupt teachers while talking,
rot boys the love fun. Campus let's ask ourselves "Am I acting
and helps on the 8-1 Gainesville Sunday night:

"nd" and In the room. Say, I wonder why :Merry Beth Of those who were older than we. Bobby Biggs was, visiting In i Patsy Dew, reporter Make-up and nail polish are to In a way that Is becoming to me
*. the Monday Of many far wiser than we; Brunswick Ga. last week-end. or would my parents be proud 01 1
are glad to welcome Mll- wasn't at game be the two things discussed this "
neither the angels In heaven 5-H me now? It's time for all of ut
Thomas to our room. She night? Looks like she is runningout And Let's not forget our society. week and believe me, that Is a
to wake to the realization thai
moved from Jacksonville to on us! above Monteen Warren was In Jacksonville We are very sorry Nancy right hard thing to do since there up I
:Matthews Nor the demons down under Lightfoot and Bert la Decandlo our conduct has much room for
lo>!m and Is now attending our It seems as though Roger Saturday night. C'ozette: : are so many different points and
001. I Is very popular with the the sea, Sapp was vlHltlng in Homasiu are having to miss school becauseof 'facts to talk about. Improvement. Let's try to be
soul from flu". We them to Just a little bit more thoughtful _
hisister's dissever my the want
*Ufle Bell I girls since he started driving Can ever Springs last. week-end. I The most Important thing to
brought us some the soul hurry up and get well. We mils In our actions. It would be surprising
IJ old Jalopy. remember IK to have makeup .
flowers your
this week.
how much attitude toward
Wanda Pearce was seen at the Of the beautiful Fourth Grade News4N and nail polish o f a shade I
,e are drawing and coloring She them.We who school will Improve. I am sure
Methodist Church Sunday. are sorry for anyone
: with which well with the outfit
4ir. beams goes
of For the moon that will be shown.
pumpkins and tur- she? progress
Or Is has to In bed these lovely
but sure Is getting good. out bringing me dreamsOf stay which you have on. Most beauty]
we hope to have real
*00 What would Willa Jean do if the beautiful Annabel Lee; I We have completed our visit to days. experts( and men state that "light

Barbara Thanksgiving Day. It wasn't for her "bubble gum" ? And the stars never shine but II Eskimo land and are on our way Geraldine Cox brought us some shades or better natural polish Ninth Grade News

Jean Bobbins reporter.Mrs. I guess you have noticed that she feel the bright eyes I to Arabia where we will visit a pretty Chrysanthemums one day l I. the best polish to use because

Searing. teacher has some at all times. Of the beautiful Annabel Lee; .. little desert girl. this week, and our box flowers It goes well with most all colorsof 9-F _
Ninth graders are happyto
have been so scarce are growing nicely. clothe" As very
all the night-tide I lie Flowers for make.up they
8-P This week U test time again, know that their average came
Grade News have Mr.\ down by the side that when Grace Crews broughtus also say that "even and light
to In Science. must have
glad They
We were
makes us up
Of course it always
He darling-my darling a beautiful bouquet of chrysanthemums shades of make-up combine together -
!'be with us Tuesday. my studied or Mr. Sponholta gave air
two Soutbers wish we bad studied harder.
third grades have Merchant life and my bride, last week we surelydid better than darker shadesdo
of "The my
'e the story easy test.
One told us
booklet for Thanks- the sepulcher there by the sea enjoy them. In making a fresh, youthful
g ""U week. of Venice"We In have bad Grade News7D We had the honor of hearing
We have writ- enjoyed the program In her tomb by the soundingsea. Several of our pupils I Seventh person.
"Wr Stories and have drawn certainly Club meeting to pick up paper on the groundsfor i Girls, the boys say If you have Doctor Southern Thursday durIng > _
""* to at the "B" fifth period. We gave him I
Illustrate them. Then running in the ball We tot wear make-up wear that which
"""'o covers. We learned ThursdaY.I'm thankfulfor This poem, among the most think they will remember to walk We are glad to have Elizabeth looks good on you and goes: with collection of $2.00 from both sec

a 1 new words, as well as the sure we'll all be famous of all Poe's lyrical creations next time. Lawson back with us, after bav your complexion, and avoid dark tions. I _

of Thanksgiving: We two extra holidays.Fields reporter. is an Idealized account of Mrs. Hart teacher big been 111 for a few days. We I colors because It makes you look I Will Ire very sorry to lose Ida _

IMmade; drawings to show Hazel his child-wife Virginia Clemm.Its surely missed her. like a circus clown. Mao Johnston but she had to go

i ."llngS for which we are theme Is to overcome all obstacles Jokes and Pokes We have studied soil in science: I to -ichool In Keystone.

Lost and FoundLOST even death. The whole It was very Interesting. Walter: Did you say that you Lyle Anderson, rep rt r.

J* Coleman and Mary 'Lou 8 poem is a haunting melancholystory. Margaret B. (calling weather' Joyce Moore reporter wanted these eggs turned over? '
By obby Cameronpounds And to my notion it is Yes the Museum of 9-1)
uiu7r have brought potted bureau) : How about a shower 7-L Diner: to
or Poe's best poem. Well don't Natural History. Chester and John got off to
? our room. We think tonight? to lose Marie
two low these things do hap- were sorry the races again this week. They
feel too
Moncrief30days. okay by me,
girls Forecaster: 'Tit's
will make good LOST-BY Lorraine In stories! See you next Dixon one of our home room Mother give me a lettuce wich were arguing about whether you
rs. they are so thought- pen. madam If you need It. last week. We are also
the week. Bye' now I pupils for dinner.A had the gun barrel out of the
appearance of their Freeman .-' another Opal Peele. JImmie: Dad says to send him sorry that Herbert Metcalf is lettuce wlch ? water or under the water In

I FOUND-By a dime's worth of asafetlda and sick and can't come to school, Yen, a lettuce sandwich with- order to shoot a fish.
Lee Knight ill last pin. but we hope he will be back soon. the sand.
was Miss Sparkman: "Why are all charge It.Druggist. out Bertha Lee George and Doro-
We missed her much. black Mercury What's his name? We are all glad that we are
a aroundIn :
very FOUND-By Jerry of these pans of oil sitting thy Williams passed a lot of
attle lIIe was sick she brought with white sidewall tires. the corners?" JImmie: Spelgelberger. going to be out of school for Mrs. Spark:school'What Seletta did you?" notes In Math clas What did '

tadpole in a Jar. >v> are Student: "Oh I put them out Druggist: Nothing doing. I'm Thanksgiving. learn today at girls rMerle 'S
to Green a Chev" Seletta: "Oh mother, do I haveto they say.
see Dot and Agnes Lewis; and Gay Dria-
him FOUND-By asafetida
grow Into a for the mice I hate to hear them not going to apeU "
with a educate all over again? Gilder Reporter.
rolet from Alabama squeak." Spelgelberer for no dime kell reporters. you

and Biggs,, teacher radio aerial. -


NOV 2 81941


work an' no pushover a-tall!, a-
SOCIETY and CLUBSTom Marilyn Barton HonoredAt tall. .
I I Birthday Party Kathleen Norris
\n' Kpcakln of the USO build- :
--- Mrs. 1... M. Barton entertainedlast for a
Long Celebrates YWA Members Meet Business Meeting Ing, snuck In tother day
Friday afternoon from four look-see an' Jus' aa I left
quick No
Birthday AnniversaryThomas For Book StudyThe Of Baptist WMS to six o'clock in honor of her they put up a very rude sign There Way to Get Buck-

Telfalr Long Jr., son Y. W. A. met at the homeof The regular monthly business daughter Marilyn, who was cele-- No uayln'"Please"KEEP? .OUT. Anyhow. What I got Lost Sweetheart

of Capt and Mrs. T. T., tang, Mrs. A. E. Llghtfoot; Monday meeting of the Baptist W, M. S. brating her eleventh birthday anniversary my unoopln' done first and I'm Bell S'ndlcatWNU Service)

was two yearn old on the 24th I night at 7 o'clock. Nine members was held at the church Monday i on this occasion. here to tell you 'sgonna be sump-
were present, and were served Pink and white formed the
of November and his mother gave afternoon with Mrs H 1... Brownlee out In dec- In' to rave about with its enorm-
I a light supper. color scheme carried audit-
hint' a lovely party to celebratethe first In charge. Frost- ous lounge and magnificent
: vice-president orations and refreshments.
The main event of the meeting orium Separate wing to be
event.. : She read of the 107th Ing on the huge birthday cake
was the study of the' book "These a part staffed by those very friendly
The banquet table was placedon Things ,Remain.',* written by Ella Psalm as devotional. spelled out, "Happy Birthday to JWB-USOers Tarall an' Malakoff

the lawn and. covered with a Brsadus f Rpb rt80n, Mrs.' Robertson -' Minutes of the two meetingsand You." While main bldg. will be occupied -

,tells of five definite things the treasurer's report''for Gamea' and 'contestB were en- by the YMCA.USO' .
cloth.,,that was, bright) with, pictured
that,remainr here on earth. :They month of October were read and Joyed, the first prize going to
.design suitable for small arc the) following: (1) TheWorlq's accepted. The offering amountedto Avis Sheely. -

children. The' center piece, was 'need (I2) 'Out responsibility 12.06. It was' ordered that Late in the atternoon the hostess !Muriel an' Ruth Simpson Carolyn ]

of 'iradlance roses and white ,as Christians.(3):( Coda Love, $1,00 be paid to Mrs. J. H. Lord, assisted by Mrs. Gertrude an' Patsy Keen looltln' very

chrysanthemums, a bright colored (4)'God's power; and (B) The corresponding secretary for post- Barton and Miss Rachel Nash, smartly suited as they strolled i:

balloon Was placed for each, tiny world's Saviour. Many religions served refreshments to the followIng along ,together Sunday ayem .
and there! 2* ) age.Circle Muriel's green hat, bag an. shoes ; i is.
wtre, jn/rsery of.the) world are discussed In this reports :were. given and young guests: Odessa and
chain to- seat the j little people. book. The origin and 'practices Mrs. T. B. Harding, personal Olefha( Thomas, Avis, Howard and specially; swank Freddie Wim- + .
The popular young host Tom of such religions as Buddhism, Service Chairman requested magazines Reese Sheely Louise Carter, Elizabeth berly- Margaret) Strim)gfelpw; .
Long, wearing a complete sol foreign line Dew, Evelyn Hall Edna Mae
Hinduism and others in the for the soldiers Cox Joan Walthall, Gussle
dier's uniform, presided over the fields were very Interestingto Mae Thomas, Josephine Johns, Moseley Helen Kendrick. Alice %
table and cut the large white hear but show the need of Mrs. Orie Wiggins, Orphanage Douglas Strickland and Gerald June Harding, Elise Green Vir- a'a

birthday cake. The!! refreshmentswere more Christian missionaries. In- Chairman, opened discussion of Bolttn. ginia Anderson an' Frankie Ritch

punch, Ice cream In cups teresting and very truthful, this the Orphanage. A letter was goln' to a party at the C B. Reception -
and cake served Mrs. read from Mrs. Johns, matron of Center Tuesday night .
by Long book stands out as one of the Woodman Circle l 1'W
and her assistants. the Baptist Orphanage at Arcadia Seems that's the place where the t 1
best.A I thanking the Society for Has Turkey SupperThe such swell
While the children were seated cordial ,Invitation Is sent out Chaplain arranges *
the many interests shown Ophelia chicken feeds Served
t t, at the table, a moving picture to all those girls of Y. W. A. age Marino the orphan girl for whom Woodmen Circle held its fried'em stacks of it las' time .
camera took various views of the who would like to come and be
W O.
the local Society has provided regular meeting In the Wonder why Aunt Carolyn can't
charming scene.
with us. clothing shoes, etc., since she hall Tuesday night, with the even rate a drum stick ? .
The small people invited to this wan five years of age and whoIs Guardian, Mrs. W. L Andrews,

unique party were: But Torode, WilburTurner1larrlage now a freshman In college. presiding. After a brief business

1 Butch Smith ,Margaret Rose Duncan Announced meeting and a program sponsored Paul IludglnH Isn't gonna die in

'I Clar Jean Mundy, Glen and Surprise Shrimp Supper by Mrs. Ira Wilson, the members spite of the way he sounds .

I Bill Wood, Virginia Jean Darby, Mills! Bonnie Turner, daughterof were Invited to the Ritz Cafe Lost his voice yelpin at that

Mary Agnes Matthews Jane and Mr. and Mrs. Roan J. Turnerof Tuesday, Nov. 18, Miss Willa where a bountiful Thanksgiving wunnerful Fla.-Tech football game

Henry Rlcharde, Judy and Arch New River, became the brideof Mae Thornton employe at Eden- supper was served, Mrs. Andrewsand Sattlday night Peg Erskine

Green Madeline Williams, Joy Arthur Wilbur of Lake But- field Jewelry, celebrated her bIrth- Mrs. Ira Wilson were host says: "Remember to save your

1 Allen Carol Lynn and Walter ler in a quiet ceremony perform day anniversary and her fellow esses. wrappings an' trimmings for the

Jennings Joan and Dick Smith ed Tuesday night, Nov. 18, In employeR, under the direction of soldiers' Xmas packages that'llbe
Connie and Bryant Carroll Jr. done at the Y" Storesbeginnln' I was 10 itupid thai night that f halt to think about it. When Hugo m
Lake City. Only a few relatives Miss Irene Markham, gave her a UDC 'Will up
Meets fun of me I Mill I felt I was getting m cold and went upstairs. lit later told Ho/l
of Jacksonville Linda and Anne to tack the Yuletide
and friends witnessed the cere- rurprlse shrimp supper at the up that when I was a kid I had been hi luieetheart. .
Johns. mony. home of the watch-maker, Mr. L. The W. T. Weeks Chapter decorations Waitresses Agnes

The bride, an attractive bru- L. Fruit, and his wife, Those United Daughters of the Confederacy Warren an' Pansy Williams work- By KATHLEEN 'NORRIS

All Circles To Meet nette, wore an aqua wool crepe pre a e nt, in addition to Miss will meet Wednesday, In' late Tuesday night, trans- is harder situ- NOTHING TO REGRET
dress with three-quarter length Thornton and Mr, and Mrs. Pru- December 3, at 3:30: o'clock, at formln' the Guidon Grill an' tak- no
:All Circles of the Baptist W. sleeves and a V-neck. Her accessories Itt, i In c 1 Iud ed Miss Thornton's the home of Judge and Mrs. E. ing all decorating honors to THERE I a woman of any The "Brenda" who write

M. SS. will meet Monday after- were black. father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. I K. l'erryman. Hostesses: Mrs date age that in which this letter i. undoubtedly in

noon at 3 o'clock as follows: No. For the put year Mrs. Wilbur W. E. Thornton, 1... E. Moon, Jack Perryman and Miss Madge Mid- she suspects that,the love of for some heart-breaking moments

1 with Mrs. A, E. Lightfoot; No. has been managing Bonnie's Lunch Coronease and Jack Sale. dleton. Don't know whether I'll last the man she idolizes is cool- but she has nothing
2 with Mrs. Ralph Alvarez; No Room in Lake Butler Mr. Wil- with which to reproach herself
out the week or not What The self-deceptions by
3 With Mrs. G. W. Alderman; No. bur la employed at Camp Blan- with Homecoznin" football game ing. in later years. She may

4 with ;Mrs. James Lewis. ding.STARK and two dances the Junior which abandoned sweethearts have behaved like a silly girl[

Carolyn Callstreet Woman's Club frolic at the Arm- solace themselves are pa- throwing herself at an older

ory after Homecoming an' the thetic in their transparency; man and then sulking when

combined USO dance Sattlday it is almost impossible .for he explained that she had misunderstood

night Oh well. !If Rita Hay anyone of us to believe that his brotherly/ af

worth can do It, why can't I? she has lost her charm for f ection. But she can look for

Somehow I don't fuel trumpet (Freeman Register, Jr., If you haven't Joined the the man she loves. ward to a more real a more

Quite! no perky an' Mack Futch) they all tunedup Red Cross yet, there's jus' timeto The girl who writes me a lasting kind of love in a /few
You guess It could be and warned: "Hold your ears hand your dollar t o Noon years. Then perhaps, she lu/J/

Too much turkey,? folks We don't know what's Wainwright or Bob Satterfield letter on this subject fortu- be able to laugh at what/

E FLA Turkey turkey" everywhere andI go n n a happen" But the (tor anybody else on the com- nately is young. Brenda is seems now to be utter tragedy.had .

can't sleep a wink! Turkeyto mimic came out, and It was good, mttee) an' feel you've done your only 17, and whether she likes
too! ,' bit to help those who need it
not she is
the idea now or go-
the of to the
right me, turkey '
but the
w, I more than you Then eat your everything lovely ev
,Sunday, Monday, Tuesday-Nov.'30( Dec. 1, 2 V' left of me, turkey Inside of me ---:'.' turkey dinner, with a real thankful ing to get over ,her passionfor ning did not have one happy m

ONE OF THE GREATEST HITS OF ANY YEAR! volleyed and thundered I regret Della Rcmenberg looked delect- spirit A Says.your; ,,(warm the fickle Hugo. > ment for me. Both these girls i II
"ALL THAT MONEY CAN BUY" that I have but one stom- able In a light blue velveteen hearted &: thankful* ) 'Hugo was first-my':older- liter pretty.; :They! 'are 25 years old
ach to give to Thanksgiving! dress with white lace trim at the Anna's friend," lays Brenda's tear- have been everywhere and hay
With Edward Arnold, Walter Huston Simone Simon -Carolyn.
No, no. Don't go 'way"folks neck Lucile Davis was busyas Remember stained letter "but from the moment seen all the plays. One I is engage!
I S.- Thanksgiving
Ann Shirley and James Craig I'm really not delirious a bee, findln a soldier 'she I first saw him he was the and I think the other likes Hugo
Also News and Short Jus' ,a few errant thoughts knew and introducing him to all Services at Presbyterian Church, only men in the' world for me. I In fact I know she does, and .
Thursday, 8 a. m.
brought on by turkey dressingan' the local lovlles Sandwiches used to hens around just to sea do Mom and Dad

Wednesday Thursday Dec, 3, 4 a double portion p f mince galore, an' the ladles who made him, and my chum and I used to "I was so stupid that night that

"ZIEGFELD GIRL" meat pie 'em would have felt well repaid Mrs. Johnson HonoredAt want downtown: to that we could hate' to think about It, and she

With James Stewart, Judy Garland, Hedy Lamarr could they navel 'seen the way Lovely ,Shower pall his office and perhaps have a Hugo made fun of me I said I leas

Also Novelty and News 'Twont be bug now 'fore the those hungry boys made 'em disappear glimpse of nun. if I was getting a cold and We
grand rush'll begin again with Mrs. Earl Holt Johnson, a recent "My diary in those: days was filled upstairs. Hugo said to Mary 1h
bride, was honored Thurs- with him. and if I only had a word when I was a kid I had been h
the back from NC maneuvers -
FrI., Snt., Dec. B, 8-B1CJ DOUBLE FEATURE Army
day evening, Nov 20, by a delightful -, from him it would make me happy little sweetheart and we had mad!
Not that has
grass Bet I'Viuik's new restaurant
lilt N. 1="THE TEXANS"With
miscellaneous shower i for a week. That was when I was great marriage plans and were I:
exactly been growln', under our (formerly Pat's Chill Bar) will
Randolph Scott Misses and only 15. Last Anna got a In on oal
given by Hope Georgia year Ing to build a house up
left! Fact Is.
since ,
leet they be swell place to eat If
a you
lilt No. "COLLEGE SWING"With Haynes and Mrs. Glen Wood, at school in a city a hundred miles and live up there. Which made [ir|
activities of this an last week tried his Italian spaghetti at the
Betty Grabel the home of Dr. and Mrs. p. L. away We had a good-by party for seem like a baby.
have been than enuff to
more Paramount Grill know
Also| Cartoon and Serial Haynes.The her and Hugo came. He and I wrote me qui'j
---- "Last week Hugo
the moa exactln' excite
satisfy what I mean Mmmmm .
talked for the first
large living room where together seriously that he is sorry IN
ment-lovers The A r.m y' a Caught Marcia Evelyn, Fran, frankly saying
time and I think he realized thatAnna's attention
MIDNIGHT SHOW SAT DEC. 6 11:30 P. M the guests were seated was mademore I 'misunderstood' his
: Thanksgiving Day (Nov. 20)) shin- Helen! an' Marguerite makin'
kid sister not
was quite to as i
attractive with bowls and love me
that he will always
"THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK dig staged by USO was a grand. frantic efforts to get black paint vases of chrysanthemums and young as her years. Anyway after big brother almost old enough |'

II 01.1\1 ES" success an' must have made many off their hands after makln posters ferns. In contest Anna left he came one night and father and that he wouJ
an amusing be my ,
With Basil Rathbone and Ida Luplno new friends for the people of for the Junior \V man's Club high prize was won by Mrs. W. brought me candy and stayed talking like his letters back. My mode

Also Selected Shorts Starke. Judging'*' from soldiery Homecomln' Dance, Seen at H. Gi aham and low prize by Mrs. and I was so happy I could not who now says she is sorry i she dl

comment the Jasper disaster: George, Florence W. C. Powell. Mrs. Johnson, sleep for night afterward. it since It disturbed me so mat

(an' dotter Betty Ann) who before her marriage was Wrote Each Other Dally. Immediately without consulting\

Hear The Magic Vo'ce RCA New Sound] The dance at the Y was simply Flynn, Glenn an' Martha Wood, Miss Martha Brownlee has many "After that we saw each other sent back all his letters, from rrj\
super, gettln' bigger an' bigger'till Simeon an' Juanita Phillips, Sara friends here as was shown by the frequently and there was no doubt treasure box.

it had to be moved to the Barefoot Grace Green, Bill Powell handsome collection of miscel- of hli feeling; when he went on short "I love him as much as ever. H

Armory Ver' Interestin story ., et al laneous gifts presented at this trips we wrote each other every day. ii so wonderful there Is nobody Ilk

concernin the orchestra that in- happy affair and although my parents felt I him I It I live to be 99, and mar"

the-grooved on this occasion, Andy Adklnt among the col Toward the close, of the even- was too young to make plans yet 10 times-! will always low bl'
Seems that all efforts to obtain Hugo Is 31 and could well support elsel! What fa
lege-lies who Jus' can't keep up better than anyone
Ing the hostess a ed sandwiches
music: had failed when one of the with progress of the ole home hot chocolate a wife; and that made a difference. I do? How can I get him bad

boys at the Bland Ing Reception town While home from Cita- chips ,and olives. potato "The Joy of those first days will : Please please help me keep fro

OF TOILET ARTICLES AND Center nabbed two soldiers who del las' week he kept tellln' his There werethirtyfive remain with me all my life, for I despair, !
were Jus' pnsnln' through-one a Leesburg chum about the swell can never feel for any 'other man 'The Price of Love.
PERFUMES pianist an' one havln' anda what I feel for Hugo. Just his Jb
a sax tennis courts In Starke Im- cruel thir.S. Brenda,
Royal Service m1n'when It is ,a
ProgramThe voice Just his hand
clarinet an doublin on both agln his chagrin upon arriving at human being should be gte'i

By Such Well Known Firms As Lucien Someone elite coyly admitted the spot where he left a perfectly Royal Service Program of, he jackets taught and me caps to and drive neckties the very be any power to hurt another as Hugo b
he could play a guitar-but :n tennis the price
good court a few weeks But it is
the Baptist W. M. S, was held at wore were sacred to me. hurt you.
guitar there was So Bess ago to find a half-completed gigantIc the dearest
Lelong, Coty, Hudnut, Elmo, Lenthericand Burns and Virginia Smith came USO building! Starke the Church Tuesday afternoon, "He asked me to marry him, and ityein lfeethe thing for which
Nov. 18 with 18
wrote that
members pres- me night that he 'would obvlo
to 'the rescue with a borrowed Marches On! Gayle Sewell It is painfully
0: highest
Roger & Gallet never forget the moment when a pay 11
( begged or stolen?) one also home las' week-end ent.The now that his affair with you
little threw herself
dizzy girl
meeting ,
was crazy
by a
Then with! the aid of drums an' calls it. balf-pate
Says school at Tally is hard what he
hymn and Mrs. R. H. Cox con- Into his arms.' In that same letter Just for the Ufo
ducted the devotional he says, 'you are going to be the haU-brotherly
using as him.
BEAUTIFUL SETS FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS ----- --- = p -: "" --'II' openly adored
I her subject, "God Will I Bless most spoiled little wife in the girl who so made YOU b
Priced from > Us." Prayer world., might Indeed have been
was offered by the have
HAVE YOUR SHOES MADE LIKE president, Mrs. A. M. Darby. A "I suppose the rest of this story," I wife, and husband be might to you.

$1.00 up to $35.00MEN'S NEW piano solo was 'given by Mrs. L. the letter goes on, "is a familiarone .' faithful who have hatu.
A. Canova. to you., Hugo had to go away There are men until ,
Shoe Repairing, Dyeing and Shining The for three weeks, and even in his and adored a child-wife
program was In charge of than sheBUa ,
letters, before he came back. I felt sons seemed older
Done' At A Moderate Cost W. whom
SHAVING SETS BY YARDLEY COLGATE M. S. Circle No. One. Mrs. L. the man to
the change. When he did get back general thing istrttrue
SEAFORTH COTY, ROGER & GALLET Ladies O. Powell, leader very beautifully I put flowers around in the house girl gives her heart at 17 7 !!
Shoe AU WorkA
Introduced the real
topic "The Lightof and the aeJ
and dress mate,
wore a new ; but he didn't
Priced Specialty' Guaranteed the World" and or seven
was ably as- along fix j
come: that evening. All the next day comes
THE ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP iij sisted by Mrs. Morse, Mrs. Lin- and the next I didn't hear from him, later whit to
$1.001:0: $6.50 Under New Management, tIf sen. Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde and Mrs.A. and every second of those days was You have a lot for have ]IfIIble
I E. Llghtfoot. thankful. Evidently you j
The offering amounted to $1.63. "On the fourth affectionate parents
.;..--..-... r I...... U ......._ r.- day I telephoned. help you I inflcultle. Your
A Complete Assortment of Xmas Cards I couldn't help it. He explainedthat stand by you home I K
make your ;
he had been terribly busy and Those are InvS

made for any member of the family, wife You Haven't Already Given Us A Trial WE BUY that an old his schoolmate mother haS?of house hers and guest the of able hospitalities.assets Just noW. for HJJ y.'|

'; mother, sweetheart, Dad, Grandmother, We Will Give You A Good WholesomeMeal Sell and Trade schoolmate's squiring the twin girls daughters took up and all that his didn't throwaway, In your your infatuathoq* bear:b
USED CARS spare time. I asked him if they you threw away ,

ect. _ 5c to $1.00Koch's With Plenty Of Fresh Vegetables At knew about me, and he answered It might help yoU hems.of j :

A Moderate Cost by asking 'what about you, honeyT'In..Ued the letters I opt regard Ie
His Gauls. girls; girls who did' ; V

RICHARD & HAMITEK:] "When I hung up the telephone I affairs as their moment mothers 01 pew 1

Drug Store THE was almost crying, and my mother who argue, in a out."
A & A CAFE affair
MOTORS suggested that I write asking his "it Isn't anyone' If I ?bUlb j J"
C Back of Carpenter's guests to come to our house for what we do and be a skI.
STARKE, FLORIDA Starke Fla. anything
Sunday supper. He seemed pleasedby want to do

.. that and they came. mother free to do it!" ..
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NOV281941PAGK ;


wBITS of LOCAL NEWS I Noll wood Village Lawtey ElectionThe Health Unit PositionsMerit potatoes, which copped first prize I I'
a recent Bradford County :;.
Mr. and Mrs! W H. Nollman regular City Election for System examinations: for Fair : '

I. perk Carl Johns and L. A Mike Dew, who recently enlisted Mrs H. B. McLendon and are now completing the fifth and the town of Lawtey will be held the positions of Junior Stenog- '1 Ir
?,,, chairman. of the City In the U. S. Navy, la spend- daughter, Jeanette, of Orlando arrived sixth of a series of small residences I Tuesday expected, Dec.as only 2. A one light office vote on Is rapher and Junior Clerk with the Hunting Licenses L llI ll\\

H l. Were" transacting? City ing a short leave here with his Wednesday for a visit with which they are construct. the ticket Is contested.J. Bradford County Health Unit will
Mis McLendon's parents Mr. ing on their property just to the be held and will I According to reports from ;
in Jacksonville Monday. mother, Mrs. M. Dew. L. Harrell, Sr., and Geo. F., soon applications
and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Dr. Judgo K, K. Perryman's office
Rochfl Nash of Valdosta. J. H. Fields returned recentlyto rear of their Madison street home.J. Young are candidates for the office i be received until November 30.
McLendon 130
will State
Join them for a hunting licenses and SI
)""hll been visiting her sister. his home here from Wakulla, week-end visit D. Ricks la the contractor of of mayor, while the follow Anyone Interested may write for County licenses have been Issued
Milford Barton, for the past' where he has been employed for these two houses, and they will ing have no opposition: Information to the Merit System for the 1041. !
iw-ks.' She left Saturday the past seven months. Paul E. Canova and son, Paul.. be ready for occupancy In about For Clerk Treasurer, Tax Collector Supervisor, 201 P r of e a s onal year
Tickaonvllle where she will' Postmaster Fred F.,Stump left 1 Ill, of St. Augustine with spent Saturday two weeks, Mrs. Nollman said Tax Assessor, and Registration -I Building, Gainesville Fla.
night Mr. Canova'smother
I, !rcladves.before returning; last Friday for Staunton, Va, Mrs. Florence Emma Saturday.One Officer-Louis H. Hill. DR. LEMUEL COLSONDENTIST
j where be attended the funeral of Canova.H of the houses It 10x22 feet, For Councilman (term one year) Tag Sale SoonThe .
Frank Kopf .and daugh- his brother-in-law, E. L. Weaver. and will have three rooms and -M. B. Plumper, I -
?: :
afn. William A.Horne,-'and'' He returned home. ate ,Sunday H Stroman returned Sat bath the other ls a duplex 20x For Councilman ( term two 194 2 automobile license OKI-10 129 CALL, ST.
urday from Tallahassee where he 24 feet and will consist of .two two to be eected-F. R.
night. )
returnedSunday years
)x iglfls, I aee' tags go on sale next Monday, ADKINS BL>>G. d
it, from., a trip"'to Thomai- Mrs. X.'I* .Mathews, registered' went to his brother, Carl apartment, ; each having two CarraOlne, J. M, ,Reddish December 1, C. A. Knight, Tax: Ii
and Qullman. ,Ga."' l a"4ma graduate nurse from WaterviUe,' Stroman who Is. quite 111 and has rooms, and bath. They will be Collector, announced last week.A'total ..
been removed to the' Veteran's I ?
md TanaH886- 7'! t jjIwri. Maine,"is associated with Dr. ''I* at completely furnished. I Moonshine Captured I II of 3,842 tags of all kinds i I
X. B..Herlong. his :as ""her.t H ';Jennings.< She",is 'the. wife of Hospital Bay Pines. These residences 11 between I has been sold thus far for 1941, J. II. COURTMANCII !
IbiS week Miss Bert Cassell Sergeant ,Mathews who is stationed Lt. and MJ'.. R.'O. Kidd and Madison and Lafayette, and between -I; Melvin McKinney county road i Mr. Knight said, which "Just about S Watch-Maker ,. i
tftwport, Ky. at .Camp Blan lnl'. son, Richard HI will arrive here Adams and Monroe streets, patrolman, arrested two negroes double the number sold laat
Saturday night from Fort Ben- and the entire neighborhood will and confiscated: 3 S gallons of year. The 1941 sale was distributed BUY WITH CONFIDENCE. .1:
ning Ga, and spend the week- be called- "Nollwood Village." "moonshine" Wednesday night, as follows: AT
end with Mrs. Kldd's. .mother, ''I They are all heated from one Nov. 19. _The; negroes were John Passenger cars 2,803; trucks YOUR IIOMK JEWELER I
Mrs. Flor.nceEmma Canova, central gas tank. Smith and Lee Buck of Raleigh, I 704;:trailers 212; dealer tags 19; t.
\\/0lJ. 5/"ealre who Will have a family Thanksgiving I Fla., and the arrest was made on for hire 36; motorcycles 41.

a dinner ,on Sunday.Mr. Large RattlesnakeE. Road 13 south of St l'ke. Each : Relief At
and Mrs. W. B. Sewell and of the negroea put up a $73 cash Big Potatoes Last.

daughter Miss Gayle Sewell, L. Klnchen killed a 6 1.2 bond Mr. McKinney stated.
Healthfully Conditioned were visitors in Jacksonville Fri. foot rattlesnake Monday morning Mrs Wesley Crews, of Lawtey,

PROGRAM WEEK OF NOVEMBER 30TH day afternoon. Miss Sewell. who having nine rattles and a button. Annis Moves BusinessA. brought two sweet potatoes into For Your Cough
is a student at the Woman's col- He and his son. Leonard, and the Telegraph office recently, and
lege In Tallahassee came home Ronnie Lynch, buibcr at the City A. Annls, contractor, la moving Klllot: Williams, of Sturko brought Creomulalon relieves( promptly because -
Sunday'' Monday, Nov 30-Dec. 1 tor a visit and to attend the Barber Shop, were squlri,'el-hunt- his business from its present one 0 n e of those brought by I trouble It goes tight loosen to the seat and of the
Also Midnight Show Saturday, Nov. 29th to help expel
homecoming exercises at the Uni- log at "thiee bridges" on New location near the depot to a larger Mrs. Crews was 20 Inches long germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
"DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE" versity of Florida In Gainesville. River about 8 o'clock Monday lot opposite the Standard Oil bulk and weighed 6 1-4 pounds, while to soothe and heal raw, tender In*''

With Spencer Tracy, ,-,. Lana Turner Ingrid Bergman Mrs Bernice Opperman and morning when he "accidentally"ran station in the north end of town. the other was 13 Inches long: and branes.named Tell bronchial your druggist mucous to sell mem-:you .:
Also Misses Francis Opperman and Into the rattler. "My business has expanded N.O weighed 4 14 pounds. M bottle of Creomulslon with the undemanding -
"HERE COMES THE'CA V ALRY'. & COMEDY Della Rosenberg spent Saturday Since :Mr. Klnchen Is hard of that 1 had to have more room," The one brought by Mr. WIN you must like the way: It
afternoon! in Jacksonville hearing, he was really in a very Mr. Annie said yesterday. He la Kami wa 16 1.2 Inches long and to quickly have allays your the cough back.CREOMULSION or. you are
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday, Dec. 2-3-4. Wally Stewart of Savannah dangerous position, he said Mon now handling coal) and lumber in weighed 2 pounds Thla last po- money
"BIRTH OF THE BLUES" Ca., spent the week-end here with day. He jumped across a little addition to his complete line of tato was included. in K. F. Dem01 j
"I. friends. ditch and almost jumped on the I concrete materials. 'cut's exhibit of strawberries and for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis :
With Bing Crosby Mary Martin Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree snake. One more step and' he J
Also of Jacksonville are spending would have been right on him. Christian ChurchThere JI
Latest News'Reel & Perils of the Jungle Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Bo- The snake was coiled and readyto I
ree's parents, Mr, and :Mis. G. strike-had no doubt already will be no services at the
Friday Saturday-Dec. 56DOUBLE FEATURE' H. Bennett given the warning with his rat- Christian Church Sunday Nov. Get For Cold Weather
No. 1-"TEXAS" Mrs. W. S. Gibson and children tles. Mr. Klnchea jumped back SO, because of a Convention at Ready
and Tommie of and rhot him immediately. "Leon- Sampson City,' it was announced
With William Holden Glen Ford Billy St.
Petersburg and Mrs. T o I b ert ard said I was as white as 'a lock early this week.

No. "NIGHT OF JANUARY 16TH"With Black and eon, Jimmie of Talla. of cotton." Mr. Ktnchen said. - --- ...... -
hassee They got ten squirrels, but no WSCS Circles
are Thanksgiving guestsof
Robert Preston Ellen Drew their parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. more hunting that day. Mr. Kin- CAR HEATERS __ __ ._ $6.95 up
N. chen brought home the rattles. Circles of the Woman's' Societyof
THIS WEEK AT THE Christian Service of the Methodist -
Miss Iva Andrews of Jackson-

RITZ THEATRESunday ville, spent the week-end with Methodist Church afternoon church Dec.will 1, meet at 3 Monday o'clock. MODEL 'A' HEATERS __ ___. $1.95
& Monday her parents, Mr. and Mis. W. L.
Services for next Sunday will Circle No. One will meet with
be as follows: Mrs. Titus Olson, and Mrs. Eula
Vivien Leigh Lawrence Olivier Mrs. D. E. Knight has returned
A. Whtghatn will be c o- h 0 s teas;
Church School 19 M.
from Riverside Hospital In Jack-
Added Fox News &. Short
Sport sonville, where she underwent a Morning Worship 11 A. M. Circle Number Two will meet OIL HEATERS __ ". .. $12.75
tonsllectomy last week. Sermon Subject: "T he L.st with Mrs. William Blair; and
Tuesday Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURENo.
Circle Number Three will be
Radiance of the Christian FaithIn I entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brownlee,
Maxie Rosenbloom Rochelle HudsonNo. Jr., and daughter, Catherine, of The World ,,Today." by Mrs. W. B. Sewell. GENERATOR EXCHANGE __ .. $4.50
Gainesville spent ThanksgivingDay Youth Fellowship meetings 6:30:
here with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. .
Lynn Bari Allan Curtiss Brownlee.Mr. Evening Worship 7:30: O'clock. A cemetery working will be
Also Latest March of Time and Mrs William Llppold Sermon Subject: "What Is Man?" held at Mt. Sinai on Thursday STORAGE BATTERIES __ .. -__ $4.60 up

and son, William, Jr., o f St. Prayer Service Wednesday at Dec 4. Everyone is Invited to _. ..
Thursday Friday-DOUBLE FEATURENo. Petersburg, were guests Sun- 7:30: P. M. come and help with the neces-
'"LADIES IN RETIREMENT"x day of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. A cordial. Invitation extended toall. cary work.: 25c 1
,*' ..p., --"" n ft*. .... _.._ Qt.
With .Ida Lupino'- Louis Hayward 4 Wear. William LJppold. Jr,'18 a '---
N6. "TIGHT SHOES" senior at the University of Flor- -O.'c., Powell, Pastor. Mrs. Alexander K*. Stevens returned ,.. ., il
ida, In Gainesville. last week from a six
With Broderick Crawford Anne Gwynne
Latest News' Reel Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wear Dance Saturday NightThe weeks' visit I n Scranton, Pa? EASTERN AUTO SUPPLY
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McInnis and visiting her parents, and Buffalo,
Saturday DOUBLE FEATURENo. son, Hugh, were in Orlando Fri- YMCA and the Jewish N. Y., visiting relatives. Mr.
attending the State Recre- Welfare Board will sponsor a Stevens has been for the past
dance at the Armory In the office of
George O'BrienNo. ational Conference. Before returning Saturday year employed
home they visited in night. Nat Small and his orchestra the Constructing Quartermasterat
"ULONDIE HAS SERVANT TROUBLE"With Tampa and St. Petersburg. will furnish the music Camp Blanding.
Lake Singleton Ii
T. J. Griffin was In Jackson
Chapter No. 1-"THE SPIDER RETURNS" ville Sunday visiting his wife at

the home of Dr. and Mrs C. C. .
Mendoza Mrs. Griffin Is expected .
to return home the latter I
NAT SEZ: part of this week. /
N. T. and' Tom Hitch, who are
.1 November 14th last< wan our SOth attending college in Atlanta, Ga., 0'VOO
\nnherMary In business and we will spend the Thanksgiving holiday -

,f' forgot all about It. Should have here with their mother, Mrs. o
""" 't' /( had a big( Sale to commemorate Carrie RI tch.
l the event but It's too late now. Mrs. A. M. Darby Is in DeLand
Here's a little tip to you folks visiting her son-in-law and daughter SPECIALNOTICE
that won't cost you a dbm Start Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Marks. i
your Xmas shopping early and Mr .and Mrs. John UK low have
don't wait till the Rush gets you. returned from a week's visit In
Gift wrapped now with all the Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.
fancy trlmmiiT, the longer you R. L. McDowell.Mr. .
wait, the less the trlmmin'. and Mrs. Chas. Burton of
Sebring, were guests last week-
end of Mrs. Burton's father, J.
g89SMgt(8 te tCtC !S
B. Rowe. They also attended the
football at Gainesville Saturday -

I Xmas, (Sift g ggj0it0tti5> | Edwin. game Soutbers. 82-year-o t d ..

!!*MM38*& t< guest of the Melrose High School

Hickok Belts for Men _____.... _____ $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Wednesday his famous and Thursday recitals ,from delivering 3 DAYS ONLY -- DEC. 1,2,3

Hickok Tie Holders ________________ .50, $1.00, $1.50 King Richard HI and. the Merchant -
o f Venice. Wednesday,
Manhattan Shirts & Pajamas __________.___ ...._ $2.25 Thursday and Friday of last 2 DRESSES CLEANEDFOR
week, be gave Shakesperean readIngs -
Mark Twain Broadcloth Shirts ______________ $1.85 at B. H. S.

Holeproof Sox-New Fall Patterns ____________ .35 CARD OF THANKSWe THE PRICE OF ONEWe

Brentwood -,Coopers Manhattan Sweaters ____ $4.95 wish to express our sin
cere thanks to all who In any way

Wembley Nor East Ties ____________________ $1.00Ien's helped to make our grief lighterand
easier to bear in our recent
AH Wool Flannel Robes ________________ $6.95 bereavement.-the loss of our beloved Have:. Recently Added To Our Staff Of Experienced Workers Mr. H. A. Snyder,

Men's Leather Jackets _________ $7.95, $10.95 $12.95 Mrs.husband Theodore and Tison father.and family'NOTIOr. With 33 Years' Experience In All Kinds Of Expert Cleaning.Our .

Holeproof & Vanette Hosiery __________ $1.15, $1.35 Former Employe, James "Candy" Dennis, Who Was With Us For 12 Years,

Slips' Pajamas Gowns ________ $1.49, $1.98, $2.98 Dr. L. H. Jennings, who has Has Returned As City Route Salesman.
been employed by me for the
ladies Hand Bags _____________________ $1.00, $1.98 past three years Is no longer LET US DO YOUR CLEANINGWHILE

Balbriggan Gowns & Pajamas ____ $1.49, $2.49, $2.98 with me.
-Dr. W. E. Mlddleton! .
Embroidered Pillow Cases ______________ .83, $1.29

Towels In Xmas Packing ______________ $1.00, $1.29 HOUSE CAR Suits 55c Plain Dresses 60c & up

/ Pants 30c 2pc. Dresses. 75c & up
Blankets-A Very Useful Gift ______.__ $2.19, $5.95 /in excellent conditionfor
Coats 35c Ladies' Coats 60c & up
Robes for Ladies-Cotton and ,'Satin _..__ $1.98, $1.95 $165.00

Satin Ensemble-Gown and Robe ___ ? ______ $6.95 Why pay rent? Starke Dry Cleaners

Shower Curtain ._________ ____________ $2.49, $2.98STERNBERG'S


RICHARD & HAMITER Phone 28 Junius M. Smith, Owner

Starke, Fla. *
S 1


2 81941, .



SUNNY BROOK FARM Mr. and Mrs. Mills Kelly of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly attended SAMPSON CITYBy been busy here -for

. New River] News Lake Butler spent several daysof the football game I In Mm. J. E. Jones this Week Wiring a few
By HIM Arsula CrosbyMr. lIoUses
last week at the bedside of J. afternoon. trio ,lights, tor
Saturday Mrs. Josie Hall and Miss Ma
a' t and Mrs. W. R. Halalop and N. K-lIy.! of Mr. and Mir,, ,
'AT'Recently Vincent Kelly i
Jessie Lee LwzenbySUPRIHK ANOTHERILD ( Little Henry mie Hall were guests of W. J. W
Ron, Fred, and granddaughter, Hubert Kelly and JosephCrosby spent the day is a while this i week
SUPPER Mr. and Mrs Frank of Plant City are attend- Jacksonville spending Robinson enjoyingcane and Mr. Lem Brown4" S

FOR STAFFORD L. CREWS Merritt have been disturbed nightly Miss Doris Crosby, spent the ing to business In this section here with his uncle and aunt, Mr. grinding.Mrs. I Mrs Richard I
by a panic in their chicken week-end In Tampa with friends Smith ,
Varnes and
Curtis little 0
Sunday night Mrs. S. L. Crews this week. and Mrs. Marcus Conner. Visited Mrs. *,*
coop no. Mr. Merritt determined and relatives. visited relatives and i W H
entertained a number of friends Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kelly of The farmers of this section are Frances urday Smith
to find out what was causing the Mr. and Mrs. Jess Vlnnlng and friends at Starke this week.
with a surprise birthday dinner trouble and placed a amall trap at daughter, Jessie, and Miss Doro- Jacksonville spent the week-end busy killing hogs and grindingcane. Mrs. E. N. Durkee
In honor of Mr Crews. here with the former's mother Mr. and Mrs. Hogan and Mrs. ot Ii
an entrance in the rear of the thy Tomlinson of Lake Butler wood ,18 Visiting, .
The table was covered with a I Mrs. Beulah Kelly. Ethel 1 Powell went to Tampa one hei Mother
hen houne. The other night, just were visiting the bedside of J. A crowd from this section at- S. E. Jones
beautiful lace' cloth and was centered of day last week to attend the fun- also her J
Mr. and Mrs Green Moody
after 12 o'clock the chickens N. Kelly last week. grant(
with a large bowl of organe New River with Mr. tented the funeral services of eral of Mrs.,Hogan's lion who was ter. Mrs: Jack Rose
the usual and spent
gave alarm Mr. Jack Ward of Crescent, Ga., and, her
cosma and fern. The unusually Merrltt rushed out "to find a big was the week-end guest of his parents Moody's sister, Mrs. Arle Brown. Theo Tlson at Crosby Cemetery killed fixing a gas pipe. great granddaughters'
large birthday cake, baked and JacGu
decorated by Mrc. Crews, was wild cat lunging and jumping in !: Mr. and Mrs W. C. Ward. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly and_ Sunday afternoon. Fred Mason of Theresas has and Sandra ot Hollywood-
a desperate effort to free itself
beautiful with Its color scheme of ,
'N y"
from the trap. He held the lighton
pink flowers and leaves on
green his catch while Mrs., Merritt
white frosting.
arrived at the scene with the gun.
Those enjoying this happy event
Aiming straight Mr. Merritt pul-
were: the Rev. and Mrs. C. C. /' VIC
led down on "old Betsy,' but she
Butler, Mr.,and Mrs. N. G. Moodyand
failed to fire-"the first'time in For Service
daughter, Melba Mr, fend Expert
years. The big; cat, evidently .
Mrs. R. J. Turner, Mr, and Mrs.O. : '
sensing! his danger, gave a last ViY
F. Tomllnson and son, Frank,
desperate lunge, pulled loose from
:Mr. and Mrs. John B. Crews of
the trap, and ran directly to a
Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
hole In the fence, through whichit
Crews of ,Lake Butler, Mr. and .. BRING OURAndrews / g 9 I
had entered. For several evenings
Mrs. E. J\. Sapp and family. Mr afterward, the Merrltts had Sy"}Eb 6'A
and Mrs. Bill Williams of Lake
i to catch their chickens and put
Butler and Mrs. Stanley Hodges.
them to bed. The poor things

GRINDING ENDS KILLINGS 'would go to the door, look In and ..rr4

BEGIN then run away as If frightened to _
Cane grinding are about to death. When asked about the --BACK HOME" _

come to a clone In this vicinity.C. size of the cat, Mr. Merritt

E. Andrews and Earn South- laughed and said, "Well, I'll say

erland finished up this week with he wasn't quite as big as Ben

N gallons and gallons of pretty, red Kerce's cow!" He wan referringto

'lasses to sop. But hog-killing I a story that Ben tells abouta

I weather Is now on hand. Mr wildcat ax big as a cow-..bell -
t eve It or not! i a. iS nnla
a and Mrs. Carl Wynn of Hamp- wj8
t ton killed several nice
Mrs Joe L. bowling of Live
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melton
t Oak was the guest of her brother
t I Kerce this week, and Blster-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs. S(

! SAUSAGE HUNGRY f R. J. Turner, this week.

You who have been real "oau- The Sheppards have moved .

sage hungry can begin to plan Into their new addition. The liv-
ing loom Is attractive with Motor Com
your menu to Include this deli very
cacy now. Kenneth Turner passed Nile green walls, trimmed in pan
section night white. Tan and rose are the
through our one
this week with some big, fat dominating colors I In the furni- ;
"hawgs" to make Into sausage. ture, and Venetian blinds will be I/rL1 Florida

He states that be l Is being called hung soon.
oa constantly for "more of those Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins l I

Turner sausage" so he plans to eacn year raise several dairy

supply only part of the demandnow calves with two or three old :

since he l Is employed at faithful cows. Tills year they
Camp Blanding part time and have only two little orphans with

cannot devote his entire time to one cow. There Is another cow
in that takes all the calves that can
butchering as previous years.
find a place for nourishment,
Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Rltch but she has two Herford -Her's

and son, Jimmy, of St. Augustine and a friends, while the friend
spent the week-end with Mr. and mothers the two little orphans t

Mr Rudolph Andrews.Mr. already mentioned. These calves

and Mra. Frank Merrltt happen not to get all the milk, ..

and children Janice and Ralph, for the Wiggins milk several gallons a
were recent dinner guests of Mr. dally.

and Mis Ira Merritt of Lake
MI' and Mrs. Floyd Wiggins

City.Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Rudolph An-
and Mrs, James A, Bennett, drews had as a week-end guest;
former' employes of :M, F. Wiggins their
aunt, Mrs Rosa Plnholsterf g
but now ot Lakeland C4a., _Brooker. ,
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wig1- '
!ofl'. And,1drs. Fonnje Crews are 'I" '
,afts-and., ;Mj-i-ftnd Mrs; M.- L. moving to Live OaK': this 'week to It; ; : :t "J' '

Vt lb.1et1>hM T". C.recently.! Uaae4 Sunday(' t of Brooker his son-in-war ned make to their move home.last They week-end had ,plan but A BOY LIKE THIS : T # :, .,

because of the lllnecs of their lit-
law and daughter, Mr, and Mr.
tie son, Bobby Gene, who almost
Rudolph Andrews: had pneumonia. their plans were
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dennis and
postponed. They will live and .
of Lake
Narvllla City
daughter farm In the Philadelphia sectionof
were gueets of Mr. Dennis' sisters '
Mrs. E. C. Priest and Mrs. Suwannee County. HI
Kate Sheppard last week-end. Little Freddie Johns and Bev- I

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roberta erly Joe Crosby are convalescing ,

and family of Lao Butler were nicely but we are sorry to learn .-

visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins that little Magdllene Mlzell is
Sunday. suffering with a Very sore throat .\

It seems as If the New River this week. _

high school bus No. 8 failed to Mrs. S. L. Crews was visiting

accommodate: Its studious. passengers her Blster-ln-law. Mrs. Bill Wll-

comfortably, so It was llama of Lake Butler, last week-
swapped In for a larger bus. end. c
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. Florida State Farm NewsBRIDGE I ;, ,\\, -


Ily E. K. Homier : CLUB
The Weekly Bridge Club was {
THANKSGIVING SUITKR: entertained by Miss Ruth Her- ,' s.:
The Oidles of the CommunityClub shfleld Wednesday Her decorations 3
entertained their. husbands
were of the Thanksgiving
at a lovely .Thanksgiving supper motif. Mrs M. E. Grlner won t
Thursday evening Nov. 20. Places Mrs. '-
high and L. A. Wiggins was
laid for about 73: at a
were persona
the bingo winner. Both received .
five long tables which were taste ,
Stamps. Miss Hershfleld a
fully set and decorated with was assisted by her mother, Mrs. ro.', ,', 4r I c:
chrysanthemums and ferns. Other B. Hershfleld in serving delicious ", .'
decorations In the dining hall I'1'.,
apple-sauce cake, with whipped ,,,
were autumn leaves pumpkinsand '
cream and coffee. .
pine burrs. The wellcookedand

bountifully served supper consisted Mr. and Mrs. C. V. S. Martling

of roast turkey with dress- of Melrose spent Wednesday night

ing and giblet gravy baked ham, and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. I WILL 'BE RUNNING THIS

cranberry jelly, Waldorf salad, M. E. Griner. -

candled yams English peas hot Miss Rosa Lee Dunbar and Miss

rolls and coffee, lemon and pump- Billy Rose went to Daytona for .. COMPANY SOME DAY!;?

kin pie. After this repast was the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. H. 'I, 2, ', '; i .,.

flnUhed all enjoyed a social hour. L Dunbar returned with them ,

While some tripped the light fantastic for a visit of Indefinite length. a .. M 4 \

toe and others danced the Mrs. Irene B. Whltfleld. Mrs. Somewhere there"'is a Whose'boy? We'don't

old-fashioned hilarious square M. E. Grlner. Mrs. L F. Chap

dance. man. Mr. and Mrs. Jim hutch, boy, already feeling, the know. He may be yours. I

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley, Mr. ;' .
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lander 1 of ambition. ,-
returned and surge He is a
Mrs. L. R. Holmes. Mrs J. C. ,
Sunday from a delightfulvisit .
Wallace, Mrs. L. A. Wiggins,
to Avon Park. :Mrs. A. M. RIcharde, Mrs. Morgan '- typical American youngster ,That's the American pat- .

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Randall Rlcharde and Mrs. J. .i confident
A. .
i ; clear-eyed tern. Free
have had their grandchildren, BOUvier shopped and visited relatives enterprise, equal

Theodore and Antoinette RandaU in Jacksonville this week. ,,--- courageous eager to .meet : opportunity-this is the life '
of Jacksonville, visiting them for Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapmanwent -

the past two weeks. to New Smyrna Homecoming the challenge of a job. And .' blood of business, the solid

Mr. and Mrs. Sanford hitch and Sunday They also visitedMr. I UNITES$

son, Gene, moved t o Brooker Chapman' parents, Dr. and Fix )I,wherever he starts he'll basis of American industry.

Thursday to remain, with Mrs Mrs. Chapman, at Coranado NATIONAL DEFENSE climb. He'll be
Rltch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L Beach. running May weab/wyfhold to these)
A. Brown, until their home .. t"
new Mrs, W. C. this
Caldwell after some !
can be built in Starke. company day truths of the American Way.
spending some weeks with Mr. f ,
Jlmmie Brown Godwin and Les- and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell baa returned
lie Bradley spent the week-end to her home I n Lake y_testis Sinks rf Mintles Is sale
with the formers' grandparents Wales. SS Si pats Ilk* JW-SMS tut WMHI WfcSkM

Mr. and Mrs. Reddish, In Lawtey. J. H. Dudley has returned froma ask t**. tats *rUs to sslsg lea. v

Capt. H. C. Wall of St. Augustine ten-day visit to the farm ... n.t.I.., lilt,',* cigar' Is strut

wan the week-end guestof Grand Ridge. While at y''. .kj Inc tltetrit limit It t* : -Ilx
Mr. and Mr*. J. O. Godwin harvested his there he ....,. I'lMSl'llll.. I
cane and hog
After hunting Saturday morning crop. FLORIDA PO1 GHT

Mr. Wall and Mr. Godwin attended MANUSCRIPT ,
CO'ERS.elper t
the football in s 'm
game 100-BRADFORD COUNTY 'i"
Gainesville Saturday afternoon. TELEGRAPH. 4. \...,


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Busy i aid] L Davis of Boston Maaoacliuettai. at Starke, F*.. this) Nov. IS 1941. County Telegraph shall publish this I Court and cause on December 1.1I I.. TIIM. rot-MTV JI'lHiK'M" ('OI'HT CHURCH DIRECTORY OF
Utilities OFFICIAL 8BAL> A. J. 'rhomas Order In next four weekly. issues 1941. or the allegations of plaintiffs' I FOIL MKAUKOHU. C 0 U NT Y. *
11, You are required to appear on AaCIkr>f aM 1 Conrt. II.H It 111- Witness my hand and official seal I sworn bill of complaint will FI.OHIIIA SERVICES '
Utility Department January: 6th., 1942 In the abovaflamed Barn' 11. Wilson, Jacksonville Fin. at Starke, Flu, Nov. 13 1941.OFFICIAL Its taken as confessed by you The This Is to notify all to whom It FIRM BAPTIST!
I nt' City', Court and cause wherein Atty. for Plf.i ( Agl. A. J. 'rhoms. Bradford County Telricrai Is hereby 'may concern that on the 8th day of He*. .. M. 1.1*;..tr...>.. P.....
I recently erecting plaintiff seeks divorce. Ilra4foiy As Clerk of said Court. 11-14 4t 12-6 dvslKnated as the duly. qualified December. A. D. 1941 I will apply SIM N. "'.'..t Street
betn!' bUsY County TelKiph. shall tubIIMthi. Jacksonville newspaper In which this notice to tile, (County Judge f>f KradfordCounty. Church School 9:46 A. M. '
)* pol. along Road 48 In Order In next four weekly I..ue... \ rinrrrroi'HT. nit4i>FOHii Flu.; \\y.Diorl\lprf..II. shall l,e published once each Florida to sell, nt private Morning Worship 11:00: A. M.
uuht WIt"e"lI my hand and oUI'lal..al ('ol''r,'. F i.o imtii IN int\ week for four consecutiveweeks' snle, all the il.reat of Hilly Fin- it. T. l" 7'00 P. M. I '
'I widening Alligator! Creek at Stark,. Kin.. thla :- UII. IX Uti C''RT. prior to said] return day. I ley Harold Finley 'and Roland Kin- Evening Worship .:OB P. M.
water (OFFICIAL BKAL' >)> A. J. Thomaa John A. Kane, Plaintiff vs. Helen IN riRoriT ("O"R'I". \PFORII Witness my hand and official icy In sod to the following do.scribed Wednesday Worship ':00 P. M.P11851' .
City furnJahes All Clerk of .aid Court. ll.14 It 12-& C. Kane. Defendant.. Cane No. 1578. <"DI >TV. FI.ORIII\I IN' ('N.\'. seal .Ht Htaike Bradford County.Florida lands In Ilradford CoUnty -
( and Light Ralph C. liomedy Jacksonville "'1.., OIIDF.H OB1 PUBLICATION ('Eli V. thin November 3rd It 41 Florida, to-wlt: '
"the Florida Power ,. Atty. for Plf. NOTICK: TO APPEAR Frank Mlkulas, Plaintiff v. (OFFICIAl. SEAL) A. J, Thomi. c...IIIn.. n u I In. Two Ho ml red *. u. C.MI'T.lornocTHe. ...:........ Psetor
offices, and In widen- STATB OF FLORIDA to Helen Louise M. Mlkulas. Defendant. Case Clerk of Circuit Court Bradfoit, Twenty (UO) feet from northwest N. fhairrh street
I PI"Y'I C. Kane 12S University Avenue No. 1580.ORDRR. County Florldn.. Corner of Northeast Quarter ofNorthwest "hu"-C': I
,) 10:1)0 A. M.Hunday
to move IV C1RCTIT Syracuse, New York.
they toad COVHT. JIIInFonnto''ry : OF PUBLICATION T. Frank LandrumAtty. Ouarter running South
creek A.
11:00 M.
//If tbe I FLORIDA Id ('HAN_ You are required to appear on NOTICB TO APP13AR for Plf. ll-T 4t 11-1 Two Hundred Ten (Ito>>> feet.thence Young People Worship 7:00 :P. M.:
cutting off theIItel' CKHT.Joseph. January Mh., 194l! In the above East Four Hundred :
thus STATE ()Io FLORIDA to: Louise Twenty Kvenlng< Worship .:00 P. M.Wednesday .
:It pipe Joe Mar- L. JohM." Plaintiff va.sgenla named Court and ('au..e. wherein ?if. Mlkulas. whose resident; Is Un- (420))> feet thence North Two" Hundred Worship 8:00: P. M. j r
several day, Florence Johns plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
for Def.ndant. known. ORIIKR 05' HI.ICTION Ten CliO>> feet thence West
Tue-day. Case No. 167R. County Telegraph shall publish this You are required to appear' on "M) NOTICH TO APPHAK.: Four Hundred. Twenty (41.) reel -
stated ORDER OF PUBLICATION Order In next four weekly Issuen. January lit II., 142 In the above The State of Florida to: J. n. to the place of beginning being In 51'. MARK' BPIUCOPALRe
NOTICK: TO APPEAR Witness my hand and off(rial seal named Court and cause wherein Weeks If living and If dead all Kectlon 34, Township S Humth. Vied Yerae.. Heater
jgArUEBS NOT STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Eugenia. at Starke, Fla., this Nov. II 1941 plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford parties claiming Interest under' Range 22 East containing about .M. Church Street
IfE. Florence Johns, whose residence (OFFICIAL 8K-AL) A. J. TKomas, ('ounty Telearraph shall publish this such deceased or otherwise In or Two Acres more or less.Josephine : Church School' 10:00 A. M.Hunday .
ADS-Illo es cbBRADFOIUl b U..kDOW1I. AaClerkof<< $ said Court. 11.I.4t 11.5 Order In next four weekly .Issues. to the lands hereinafter described Flnley, Guardian. Worship II:00 A. M.
TELEGRAPIL You are required! to appear on D. Byron King, Jacksonville, Fla. Witness my hand and offl..lal..al( and to all unknown persons claimIng 11-7 4t n.n Sunday EvenIng '7:3O: P. ... ',
iDeJTI' January 6th.. 1842 In the abovenaroeid Atty. for Plf. at Stark, Fla., this Nov. IS 1 41. any right title or Interest In Friday Evening' 1::SO P. M.
-- COt'RT. BRADII'ORDOrTY. Court and cause, wherein (OFFICIAL : J. 'rhomasAs said lands; which said lands are :NOTI4-R, OP APPLICATION' I Holy Day 10:00 A. M.Wflm.fr .
'U.ln1tffseeks. divorce. Bradford "turt. .
I-N CIIAN- Clerk o said 11-1441 11-5 situate In Bradford County Florida 'OR T\X UKKIt
Fa..oR.OAI County Telegraph shall publish this IM! CIRCUIT! rOI'HT Bit %I>FORD O. A. HtfiShens, Jacksonville Fla. and e follows: *.. I
( Hill
( I"Er.: a>e No. ISIS
Plaintiff vi.i. Order In next four weekly Issuea.Witnews CO!'NTY, FLOHIUAI IM CM.*..!*- Atty. for Plf.IN NW'i .and of the KWH NOTICK 18' IIIIRKHY (1IVKN. PRKKRYTKRIANRrv. <
r. h ;'ln. R. Davl" C&ee my hand and] orfl'lal..l. <(<-R Y. of wctton II. Twp. 7 South N... That H. .... H. .Al I.e.. PasterS4H r
Johns holder of
Vavill. Defendant. at Rtarke Fla,, this Mary Bradforof Charley ..... ...
nI :t'Vj.I 1941. Agnes Hardy Plaintiff va. 20 Bast. County Flor Tax Certificate No. 41* Issued the North ( 1
phomaaA.CI.rk riRcriT roi'RT. RII..UFOIID Ii
( ) Joseph Hardy Defendant. ida. Church School 10.00 A. M.
J PUBLICATIONK rOl'TY. KI.OHII)\ IN 4-11 \\fKIIYU 2nd day of Nrpiomber A. It. !*>& I
FJ111' of said Cane No. .
APPEAR Court 11-14 4t 12SFrancis 1566.OHIElt You and each of you, whether has filed. same In office anJhas Sunday Worship hi'00: A. to(.
d TO A. Van Akin Plaintiff vs. Cora my
M McHale, Jacksonville, OF PUBLICATION Ken lor Crusades ':0tt P. H.Intermediate .
? RtehEBoafing known hereby notified I
to! or unknown are made application for tax deedto
'F FLORIDA Van Akin. Defendant. Case No. 1597. a :
: Fla. Atty. for Plf. NOTICE TO APPEAR Youth S'OO I' M. I
1 OHDKH OF PUBLiCATION AND I that n suit has been brought I be Issued thereon. Staid certificate
I STATE OF FLORIDA to: James NoTICE TO APPEAR against yoti In the Circuit I Courtof embraces the following' described Evening Worship 7:00 P. 21.CT. .
IN ciRcrpp corRT. imronn Joseph Hardy Orderly, fit. Mary's STATE OF FLORIDA to-: Cora Bradford County, Florida case. property In the County of -
(,COPNTY PLOHIUAl IN' CH\N- Hospital l Corner St. Marks Ave., A Van Akin, whose residence I. Un- No. 1572. by Ethel Klnrbee as plaintiff )Ilradford Stale of Florida to-wlt:: KOvVAHn'4 CATHOLIC
Buffalo. Ave.
VKKY.Thelnrn: Brooklyn New York. known. and In which you and eachof Com at a pt. lOll ft H of NW c. or lacy Tkmk J. ftlnrvhr. PasterTriple
Bradley Plaintiff, va. You are required to appear on You are required to appear on you and alsn K.: J. Dowllng' and, of NWte of NWI4 A run H 666 ft. AvesiICarly ..
: Robert Bradley Defendant.. Case January Court 5th. 1942 In the abovenamed January 6th, 142 In the above Clenne M. 1'uwllnir. his wife and H 66 ft, N 655 Ft, W 615 ft In Mass 9.OO: A. M.
No 1580. seeks and cause, whereinplaintiff named Court and cause, wherein K. H. Carlton doing" business I asCarlton beg, SBC. 33 Twp. 8 H. 1C. 22 M.. IMvlae Ker.lipaXunday
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONNOTICK divorce and custody plaintiff seeks divorce, Bradford Live. Iftoek Kxchsnge are containing 6 Acres, more or less. Mass 9:00 A. M.
TO APPEAR of children. Bradford County T learaph (ounty: Telegraph shall publish this defendants: that the relief soughtIn The assessment. of the said property Week Day Mass 1.00: A. M. ,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Robert shall publish this Order In Order In next four weekly Issues.. said suit I Is to quiet and confirmtitle tinder She said certificate lasued ,
Bathing Bradley whose residence is Un net four weekly Issues.Witness Witness. my hand and offIclal seal In the plaintiff to said aiovedescribed ayes In the name of Mrs. Annie I I
bend. TIIEItSACI.ICMraad
known. my hand and official seal this Nov. 1?. 1941. IHIU, as an Indefeasiblefee 1C. I'.ttlt.ITnl. ',f
at at Starke Fla., Mr. J. I
T 4al
Starke. Kla, this Nov. 13 1141.tOFFlt'lAT. simple,. title and are hereby lry Hf mm rHunday
You required to on SHAD ; you ......
appear OFFICIAL said
certificate shall he
.T ryare61 1942 .. KI5AI.) A. J. ThomasAiClerk AII.21Ttnli: required to appear (pnrsonally. Nerd..-. 7:10 P, M.
In the above
named Court and cause wherein of said Court. 11... 4t 12-5 asClerkofsald or by attorney>)> In ,sat> P. M. "j' I

Bowling plaintiff seeks divorce and custody on December 1st, 1941 or theallegations .
1IHAI>KOIII1rOINTl. |c> the highest bidder at thecourt
'ot'nT. ,
ClIICriT bill
IN of plaintiff's sworn
of child.shall Bradford publish County this l Order Telegraph In iv ('IIUTI'r cot"HT. iminFonnCOIT1. Fl.Ollllttl IN' CHAN. of complaint will be .token as confessed house flour on the first SI....- BUR 8CHKDI1LI2Nerlh
day In Ihe month of January. 1941,
KI.OIIIUAI IN 4)I.t. ('IIt V. The Bradford ...en4
next four Issues. by you.
CKIIY.LOIH Hrlnkley (Crlbb Plaintiff vs. I I which Is the 61 h day of January.Ihtted .. leave _. _
Witness my hand and official seal County Telegraph Is hereby designatvd Htarka ;.. S:05 A.
Billiards Hopper Plaintiff V". James Edna ":ul.... Crlbb Defendant. Case as the duly qualified newspaper 1942. leave Htarke __. ,_.__ a-46 A.
Pri79.lIopp.r. Defendant. Case No. No. 1559. In ."'hl..h his notice shall be ber. 1941.Ibis 18th day of Novem leave Htarke ....__..._ 1:10 P.
JoKfllevtMLtfry 1579.ORDRR ORDER Of PPHLICATIONAND published once each week for fourconsecutive OFFICIAL Leave Htarka _._ 1:411 P. _
,.. OF PUBLICATIONNOTICK NOTICE TO APPRAR weeks. prior to said return ( HKAI.) A... .1. ThomasClerk ''r.oava Hlarke .....__ :3:35: P.
ofAUTO. .. TO APPEAR STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Kdna d"y.'Vlln..e. of circuit Court f Bradford I.*>Mve Htarke .__ 11:15: P.
Bar-B-Q ""' .. STATB OF FLORIDA to: James Kula Crlbh co city Cafe. Fair my hand and official seal County Florida. 11-11 4t 11-12 1..ave. Ktarke _? _?_ 6GO: P.

D. Hopper. whose residence Is Un- Uluff. North Carolina. at Stark, Llradford County, Floe.Ida Leave Mark: _.. ,.?._ 1':10: P.ve .
known. You are required to appear. on this November; 3rd., \1941 IN CIHCI'IT e'ot-n'r. AIIVOIIII)
You are required to appear on January 6th., 1'42, In the above (OFFICIAL SKA) A. J. Thomas ''0 t,1'I'Y: KI.OIIIII\ < H4NCKHYLote .Re.thbeuid,
666UOUID.tAa&ETS January 6th., 1942. In the shove named Court and cause, wherein Clerk of Circuit Court Bradford A. i. I, l-lalntirr I : vs. Ira e, ,.... Rtarka' __ ,.. -- 11:411: A. M.
Chicken Dinners ( named Court and cause wherein plaintiff seeks dl""r('... Bradford County Florida.. '''''''''11. Defendant. ('It"" No. laoilOKDKR Leave Htarke ... ...__ In:so A. ...
plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford County Telea-reph' shall publish this T. Frank I.imdrum ; 0),' PUHLICATION AND Leave Htarka .._?>.._ 1:10 P. M.
iOP$ County Telegraph shall publish thleOr".r Order hi next four weekly Issues. Atly. for Plf. 11.7 4t 11-21 NOTICH ')'0 ATI'MA 1&MTA'I' leave Htarka: ._ ._._ BSO: P. M.
$M.V.N031 In next four weekly Issues.Witness Witness my hand and offirialseal '': OF FIxmiDA to: Ira r!. Iave Hlarke ___ .__ *:lkO P. M.
hand and seal at Htarke. Florida, this November Lovell 706 Leave "Htarke' _. .
Dinners my offlrUI IN rmri'iT' roi IIT. RRI>FORI4'OIINTV. > Washington Street Itlloxl ? ... glo: p. to(.
Shrimp at Stark. Kin., this' Nov IX 1441. 13 tti., 1 4I.OFFICIAL ', Mississippi.
(OFFICIAL 8KAL> A. J. ThomasAs ( NEAL) A. J. ThomasAs KI.OHIII* IN ('IIA'KIiYJames Dora You are required) to appear on "' ."......
PARTSUSED Clerk of said Court. 11-144112-5 Clerk I of. said Court. 11-14 4t 12.5Nathan ; II. Bishop, Plaintiff Case No vs.1196.ORDKR January 6th., 1942., In the above Leave Starts .__. T:111: A. M.
Francis. M. Mi-Hale JacksonvilleFla. ",.Brhevln Jacksonville: Fla. 'Hlshop, OF PUBLICATION AND named Court and cause, wherein heave Htarka ___ .._ 11:30: P. ...
Drinks Atty. for Plf. Att). for l'if.ORIEI1 NOTICH) TO APPEAR plaintiff: seeks divorce, Bradford
Cold TIRES REBUILTGENERATORS STATE< F FLORIDA to: Dora County, Telegraph shall publish this Wea(.esa) .
AUTO OF p1'uh.h'tTIOS Bishop of WIllHcoochee, Order In next four weekly Issues.Witness Leave Htsrke _____,.j 11:21: A. H.
IN cmrriT rovRT. HRADFORH %NI> NOTICE TO APPKAK: You required to my hand and official.... (Tallahassee Special"
GLASS CASH FOR CnfNTY PL.OHIOAI IN: CHAN. The State of Florida to: W. N.Meacham December are S3, 1941 In umrltla'l at Htaike, Fin this IVor. Soth. 141. I...... Htsrke ._?__. .11:00 A. M.
Trailer ParkCottages CARS AND TRUCKS IN C'KHY. I'. D. Miner Uriah 1>. named Court and cause, (OFFICIAL 54llAE.! ) A J. Thomas. Leave Hlarke ___...._ S6: P. M,
Lesley Butler Plaintiff JohnA. Miner, Sarah M. Miner, Mary D.Hlfilna plaintiff seeks divorce), ss Clerk of said C'"rr.II-.1 41 IIIiltllmphr..y !_.. Htarka ._?.>_ ':01 p. M.
ANY CONDITION. Butler, Defendant. C a":a No O. M. RlslnaN.. D. Haic- County Telegraph shall publish this Motley I Jacksonville. Leave Hfsrke .___..__ |:t' p. J(.
1583. amen Edward N. Olrkerson. MaryCarolIne Order In next four weekly Issues Pie Atty. for PIt. Tallahassee Special)
Used Autos $25 ORDER OF PUBLICATION Olckerson M. C. Dicker- Witness mv hand and official seal
up NOTICE TO APPEAR eon S. F. Mvers. C. J. Husband at Htsrke. Fin. this. Nov. 16. 1941. .
STATE! OF FLOIUHA to: John A Riles: Husband. Maniuel F. Myers, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas., II
HASKINSAUTO Butler whose residence I I. Un- Thomas. Howling, Laura fowlIng, as Clerk of SH Id' Court. 11-2! 4111-12
Unknown.You Wllllnm II. DowllnaJames H.Dowllna Knight A Knight Attys. for I'lf. Prompt Service Careful Drivers
are required to appear on ;. H. C. Brown W. H.
Good Fishing PARTS January 5th.. 1942 In the above fowling J. H. Dowllna JosephW. .I
named Court and wherein IN CIRCUIT1 COVRT. HRnPOHICtU )
of Town Road IS cause Kdwsrds, Halite I fowling) '
North on
plaintiff seeks divorce. P.radfordCounty
W. M Edwards. Florida
_4 Telegraph' shall publish this : and Immigration Company of P. Mcdowan Plaintiff' vs. Starke Taxi Service
Order In nexT four weekly Issues. Florida. The Florida Railroad I Alta Mabel Mcdowan. Defendant )
Beer On Tap Witness. mv hand and official. seal Company, a corporation. If Case No. IflOJ. .
at Starke, Fla, this Nov. IS. 1941OFFICIAL living, and If either of them be ORDER OF PUBLICATION" ANDNOTICB
( SEAL: ) A. J. 'rhomasAsCierk ,; Interest TO APPEAR
all parties
( CONTAINS NO ALUM,THERE- ] of said Court. 11-14 4t II-II under any such deceased or otherwise STATIC.. -FLORIDA. to: All.lI..h ,. Locally Owned and Opeated "
O. A. .., Jacksonville Fla. In and to the lands hereinafter 1 McOowan whose residenceIs f
FORE LEAVES NO Bin. TASTIjfTK ) Atty. f.lWf described, and to all unknown Unknown.You '
claiming right title are required lo appear on Phone 150
persons any In the above 1
or Interest In said lands; which January G.h'l ::2. -
Meet. Your' iw rmci'iT corRT. ..O..ORO lands are *. altuatsd Ino,BradfordConnty. i plaintiff!named .:.. divorce ratisef*, Bradford wheremk : ; Night
'j tCNRY.OOI NTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN. Florida, and described a* County Telegraph shall publish this : Day

FriendiAtKingsley follow.: In next four weekly Issues.Witness j
Jo.eph Ouldo La Reese Plain- Begin at.N. 15. Corner of the hand and official! seal ,.
.. Helen. La the of HWVt of Section my I'
tiff. Morrlll'.Crudellf HKW of SE" 1
I 1941.
Rossa."Defendant. Case No isn.ORDER II.'"!'o..hf ( *<..-tD. Range at(OFFICIAL Htsrke Fla.SEAL) NOVJ.' Thomas,, 1,
OF PUBLICATION 22 East, thence run North 8( decrees ."CI.rkoof.&ld Court. 11-214112-12 '
Beach NOTICK TO APPEAR 64 minutes West alone lan
Jacksonville, Fla.
O. A. Stephens ,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: HelenMerrIll line 147.60 feet to RW of HtatiRoad ,
for Plf.NOTICK .
Crudelle La Rossa co. Mr. No. IS. thence run Rout! Atty.
and Mrs. Tony Raelna,' North IT degrees 27 minutes West aloe
LAKE FRONTAMUSEMENT Orand Avenue, Pouarhkeepsle New RW line of State Road No. 13 OK INTKWTIOW TO
York. 160 feet thence run South RW RH INTKH r-ICTITIOl' MA MB
You are required to appear on degrees 26 minutes East 1(2.62 Notice In hereby given that the
January 5th.. 1942. In the above feet to the land line thence run undersigned under that provisions fIRffTM'I 1 1SMI1H'S'
named Court and cause, wherein. North 0 decrees 10 minutes West of 'IIfWtl1: Laws: of Florida.
PARK plaintiff ....k. divorce. Bradford alone land line 160 feet to point Ants 1 register with the
...... County Telearaph shall publish this of beginning all In Unction 21 Clerk of the Circuit Court In and
Order I In next four weekly Isiiues.Witness Twp. S South: R.... 22 East. for Bradford County Florida, the
my hand] and official seal. Bradford County. Florida. fictitious name of
.M-pmpts." '' at Btarke. Fla. this Nov. IS, 1941. YOU AND FJACH OF YOU. whetherknon Park Cafe Friendly Place,
On Road 48 Near 40t1ble-ectl... OFFICIAL SEAL>> A. J. ThomasAs or unknown. are hereby notified under which. w* are engaged and
Clerk of said Court. 11-14 It n-II that a suit has been broughtagainst doing business at
F'UE. Sand for NEW booklet eon- In the Circuit Courtof 111-120 South Walnut Street
Camp Blariding Mining dozens of bright Id.. to Im- Bradford you County. Florida In Stark., Bradford County Florida. where 6 pieces Rogers Silverware are

pray your baking.Bat Addreta Rtimford.: Rum'ford R.I. IN CIRCUIT cornT. BRAnronn Chancery case No. 1671. by Lindsay That the said business l I" owned given away with evei r $40 In trade
I Baking Powder. V. drlffls and the following Interested .
rni'NTY. FLOHIOAl. IN CHAN.CKHY. Urlffls and Ruby as operated by -
:& plaintiffs, and In which you and parties: or certificates. .1
Mc-Nulty Plaintiff, vs each of you are defendants; that (Oeorg Kopelouso. 3S7 Call Are Redeem
wft "e'I.V: [ M. McNulty, Defendant: the relief ought In this suit Is toquiet Street Htarke Fla.
[ Case No. 1592.ORDER I : confirm I plaintiffs title Nick 1 Htarerlanos, 3J7 Call Btreet. In Camh If GARAGE
FUNERAL DIRECTOR OF PUBLICATION- to I..a'.O: described land as a>nIndefeasible 8tarke Fla. You Cboo.s
for Ha to Render NOTICE TO APPEAR fee simple title; and At Starke, Bradford <"ounty. Florida 8TASKK. FLORIDA.
I Mj Maaj Tear Experience Makes It Possible STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wll you are hereby required to appear this 23rd day of H .U.
EFFICIENT.: PBOMPT and COURTEOUS SERVICE hemlnla M. McNulty BeerHwoodDrive (fpersonnllv... hv .th.n"vl In pi4 Il.h 4t 12-12
Packanack New Jersey.
You are required to appear on
I C. JONES January 6th., 1943 In the above

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plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford '

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Mrs. R. F. Demorest Dempsey R. Sapp

Why Americans Should Be Americans Should Be
The Hero Of The Hour .
,f Especially Thankful This Year Especially Thankful This Year

Americans should be thankful thisyear
I think Americans should be especi
because we are the most blessed
ally thankful this year because due to
people on the face of the earth with free the efforts of our great leaders, we have
t dom to Ifve. and to worship in peaceful, so far been able to stay out of the conflict
I to o'' that i is involving four of the greatest -
surroundings according
jv.1( Continents on the Globe in actual
J. of hearts and consciences
the dictates our fighting. We have been able to do our
( ," because in this land of freedom part by furnishing Financial I and
F j man is held back only by the confines of Moral aid. We should be thankful because -
,our country is in a state of pros-
mind and from become
Jill own strength perity rarely equaled in the past history
ing whatever he determines to become of the United States of America.

as long as he respects the rights of Whether or not this state of prosperity
is going to have a bitter backlash is yet,
others, while in other lands many have
to be seen. To remember what our
become as slaves. Because 0 f these Traditional "Thanksgiving"' day stands

things I think Americans should be for should help us to enjoy and live in

thankful! this year. .11 i I I-j i i r> I....:* "" the spirit of real thanksgiving.Mrs. .

R. F. Demoresl. -Dempsey R. Sapp.


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1/ SUCCESSFUL Dresses for Every OccasionBy II I,f I



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Exercise rt + a; ,
Exercise to many people goes

atTITUDE HELPS YOU ENJOY WHAT YOU HAV!. hand in hand with muscular devel-
opment, but In thinking of muscles

I> being the Thanksgiving sealed small apartment In an unattractive [ A i I they muscles consider which only cover those the body exterior and ra w N ,
the sub-
like to continue neighborhood was asked by a some- y:7 forget all about the more Important '
4 of gratitude. Last week we what tactless friend If she didn't internal muscles. The heart is of I M r
that the grateful person got miss terribly her former surroundIngs muscular structure Just the same 1
P?more out of life than the un- as the biceps. So too are the stomach tt' t, Ii}

g, and we urged you to In- "Of course I miss my home" she and Intestines Many of these ( e
gas\ quality in your chlldren'lcler answered "but I'm not unhappy Internal muscles work without In.
as you would honor andibere about it for I have no regrets. By fluence of the will. They go on functioning .

e. having no regrets, I mean that I and we have no control
are almost as many rea- :' thoroughly enjoyed my house every .t over their action. However we can,
iii there are blessings why minute I lived In It. We didn't w by means of exercise help the or.
i who count them as the old put off enjoying It until we had the mans Indirectly in the conduct of

.. advises, lead richer lives. new living room rug or the dining their work.
Tof most important is that room curtains The real object of exercise Is to ,.
the or the guest room wtankb.-* N..ro..a;, o t .. Jr w
I. grateful makes you live In furniture" she explained. "We tone up all the muscles both external

present. The grateful persont hung our pictures right away and ,_ and internal thus enabling .::RE'S TO BUTTERY FINGERS AND A TAFFY PULL ''I
't spend all his strength Ing looked at the walls Instead of the ( them to function more efficiently, !( (See Recipes Below) f :'
for what is past or working floor. And we didn't have to wait D Exercise stimulates the circulation.It J JCIIILDREN'II

the future. Instead he takes for curtains to fall In love with the t, + Increases elimination through
,u to express gratitude for. and view from the dining room win skin and through the intestinal : DELIGHT THIS WEEK'S MENU
to enjoy what he now has. dows." tract. It helps to develop the respiratory

[friend of mine had to give up This thing of putting oft enjoy system so that more oxygen If you want your children end Chop Suey, Rice or Noodles
aft which she loved and which ment until circumstances are just may be taken into the body 'their friends to give ;you a rating Bean Sprouts

t could do at home, to go into an right results in constant strain in and more carbon dioxide exhaled. of "super" then Apricot-Cream Cheese Salad d
she laid to me.el1 kind of battle The effect of systematic moderate .
a between
tt. One day you and :91I give Just one par Bran Bread
exercise I Is not limited to reducingor
about four I find time between
afternoon or you and moneyor ty for children
,_f enjoying In memory the tea whatever It is that keeps you; to building up the body Nor is alone and make Orange Chiffon Pie s
its the of bulging Tea
development Coffee Milk
used to bring me from goal of So 0's
your perfection.
housekeeper .
muscle which no one needs. Its party; a good.oldtashioned
g I was working at home. Ito when your children spend too much Recipe Given
much more vital function Is to keep
remind myself then how thought building future
I up some 4'
the internal in good working Think
organs pull.
1 1 was to be having tea be- pleasure in their minds, top and order. ; 4 tablespoons butter
1 1 fire when other women were ask them. "What' nice about today : back a moment 8 slices buttered toast
thing time clock to earn a livIm ?" And of course there are a and remember
certainly glad I enjoyed dozen nice things available every how ;you looked 18 slice crisp bacon

depreciated my freedom while minute of most children's day and VP? forward to a taffy pull just as muchas Beat egg yolks, add flour mustard -
If bid it." If she hadn't done so don't forget, as American parents I I going to a circus. alt and paprika Mix welL
have these happy to be profoundly grateful for this!)
wouldn't now This party is exciting fun becausethe Add H cup milk gradually and stir
ones to sustain her. so It doesn't take much suggestingto until smooth. Put mixture In double -
who had lost herulltul have the children it children have a chance to helpin
Another woman whooping up
boiler add rest of milk and
house and was living in a with joy for the present. the making of refreshments. Yes
pulling. taffy with their fingers all cheese cubed. Cook until thick
Y a buttered and watching the dark add Worcesterahlre sauce Wash,

Silk Jersey candy mixture get lighter and lighter slice, and saute mushrooms, slowly.

each time if* pulled. They'll like Place mushrooms on toast and pour
HOSE PATRICIA DOW cheese mixture over them. Garnish
-:" this too because a taffy pull isn't a
1 :&
FLATTERING is the word for the "' fussy party. When you send out with bacon.
that are given -. the Invitations, let the mothers know Although the taffy pull will be the

a new loveliness with artful touchesof ,- -. ".. ,, h t:. a taffy party; so the children will main event of the party be sure to i

HOMEy rUa gay embroidery and go glittering be dressed accordingly.; have games planned to fill out the

through the style parade with a "black cherry" tones with pastel Unlike many foods which are Iron evening. Quli game are popular and !
wealth of nallheads. chiffon yokes some of which are lists for these be made beforehand
sequins, jew- sources, molasses when cooked does can up -
els and beadwork Indeed, this I.a Is beaded in matching colors while ( Lfw not lose its iron content.If using question on slogans, '
y season when it is every woman's others are joined to the dress top I possible use a candy thermom famous personalities historical

duty to look her prettiest in gowns and the seaming Is concealed under .ter to test the candy so .It will be event., interesting facts, and riddles -

e4 Sl t.t Mary. Kllch.a xY, T designed to "do something for ;you." sequin band and bordering. cooked just right, neither top stiff a* questions.Children .
The seated In
figure the center
.ra ffrN Now that sparkle for daytime nor too messy to handle. When will want some lively 1
wars: a dress of velvet trimmed '
frocks as well as evening gown the candy Is cool enough, cut it fun too, and for this you can have a ''I
By E. DAGUE with revers. There I is a double
1* the vogue the new fashions are Just the right sUe for small hand sack race. The,leader* of two line I
Liner of Shier Mary* Kites** peplum on the pert jacket. The
.playing up glitter for all it Is worth. The piece should be large enoughto of player are given two Tim was when everyone' Idea dress is finished off at the neckline )
Ii i good time was anywhere but Every woman should yield to the with a deep rhinestone necklace work on, but not too large. When sack. They place the sack oa

e ind for a family to. gather call of black with a dash of color and a glittering rhinestone buckle the piece is light tan and very stiff their feet and at a' signal run'to
and the gleam of beadwork and and cut the opposite goal and back. take off
round the are for an evening ate fasten the jacket Curly. feather pull Into a long strip
Now + Jewell. A dress or suit at this description the sack and give It to the I'
was quite an event. t ALL a ; t cut out of black felt make the / Molasses Tarr,. person ?
tfat Ude teems to have turned back will prove your standbyfor V next to them. The object I* to '.**
pompadour hat, which! I* graced 2 New Orleans molasses
Ind cup pure "
with the revival of family life almost every occaslon.4pictured which ,line finishes first
at come the return of simpler liv- several eye-appealing fashions with a floating veiL 1 cup granulated sugar
nre .
]tnt simpler food and simpler selected from a collection of day- The dainty young lady in the back. : 2 tablespoons butter
Ntuurei The homely art and and ground to' the right i* wearing a : 1 tablespoon vinegar Speaking of children are you having
time modes designed displayedby
|nflj< of our grandmother' day delectable gown which follow the 'rt1 Vi teaspoon vanilla if desired a time with their school lunches?
popular again and many a mod. the style creators of Chicago at new trend toward colorful beadwork I H cup water Variety; 1* the big problem for i I,. '

n housewife is making her Christon x a recent winter preview. on black. You can get this model'. 8037P packing a complete meal In one {
gifts evenings while she listen The good looking black crepe tunic with light blue or dusty pink accents Cook the molasses, sugar and water mall box I.1 hard
a the radio. dress shown to the right emphasizesIts in a heavy kettle slowly until
Here is an apt illustration : to vary and does
| Crocheted article. are easy to molded shoulders and hlpllne the mixture reaches 260 degrees or
of the achieved have (
new trimming effect as manypossibilities
uie. Holders
for kitchen use ai- by means of steel nailheads. Shown until a little of the mixture dropped
with a bordering of embroidery outlining as yn't
says ire acceptable. Be sure to 1
cold water become brittle. Stir
uke them good sized and unless with It Is a high and handsome hat : the seams of the sleeves, in the table at
of colorful feathers. You will make j a little during the latter part ot the
JW are using a very heavy thread whicU have t1aa new wW' armhdles. home., Having' ,
ft a very good idea to make them a well-dressed appearance in this The midriff belt in matched bead- boiling to prevent burning; pour into least one hot food : .

wAle This insure against burnt Here is a perfectly charming dinner dress wherever you go. work balances the color insert. a buttered pan. When cool enoughto helps loads and t': '

one's hand a* often happen made of silk Jersey that To the left a dressier type spai- v. handle cut in piece and pull until put this in the ."i-'tty
men a holder Isn't quite adequate gown Very smart dresses are shown / : __ light and stiff: Butter the hands .
a in and thlcknej A crocheted combines sun tan beige for the Kiel with rhlnestones. The slim fitted with all-round pleated skirts the before pulling: thermos bottle.

"Jwoiy Is a fascinating revival of I blouse with black'jeraey for the jacket has rhinestone pockets and bodice top being of the long-torso You can have

Victorian era. Make it of skirt The skirt: Is subtly draped is worn over a dress with a sheer fitted type with an allover sprinklingof .... r Refreshment can be simple for a cream soups vegetable soups, then

t'Iii wools and then line It so that : In the new long sleek,lines so popular yoke outlined In rhlnestones. bead or sequin or tiny gold i taffy party for children will be so i again hot milk drinks for variety. I t.

surely keep the tea pot; this season. Note the new Speaking of sheer yokes they area nallheads. The spray. of Bower excited about the Sandwich are a standby but I

nrm&nth!. long dolman sleeves. A/'wondertul new styling; detail that is being worked In metal thread and bead uo'l taffy they won't'give don't get Into a rut with these. Don't I

"tte ta Elliot making In sunny old-time California black clre felt turban has superfine worked in fascinating and versatile is placed so as to take the placeof ALx their best attention have soggy fillings. Wrap each on. 1"

less Take a small thin-skinned poman- sheer black lace veiling arranged ways. The latest dresses have the' usual bodice clip or ornament to elaborate separately in wax paper Favorite
llanle and stick It Just as full a* aver its crown the ends brought yokes of the sheerest black lace, Black jet beaded sweaters k dishes fillings Include:*

M !tan with whole clove Roll In town and fastened under her chin. and for extreme flattery designers of the middy type; are also In smart sandwiches ; Peanut butter and Jelly

Powdered> orrla root and wrap In Gold buttons adorn the blouse.THERESSA are styling wools and crepes in fashion. will fill s Chopped meat mixed with may. '. '

'axed. paper. Store In a close tina black or browns or the new deep (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) !/I I the bill perfectly ... onnalse and relish I',
and hot chocolate
a week or so. Then crochet ; a Chopped hard-cooked eggs with '
!?Tuerlng' sew on this a ribbon or I milk drink will take care ct bacon
1"I .nE..J 1
W* cord and tassel for a hanger their keen lusty appetites As dessert -
rid By Mrs. H. D. May BETIIEL PINE LEVELBy Cheese and luncheon meats
scent ball toe hang :: i' :73t have
ClosetVeUsa '' you might cup
I ny Mrs. D. D. Woodard Mrs. II. M. McRjie Vegetable salad sandwiches
a very open pat.tern Sullivan and chocolate
Mr. and Mrs. C. were cakes iced with pink
for Flaked fish with celery lettuce
your ;
crocheted else
Fall Accessories
w that chain-stitch mesh case that's or so shopping in Starke Friday after Mrs. Ethel Collins and children The Sunday School class at last icing, fruit and of course the taffy. Chopped figs or dates, nuts
Pattern No. 8037-A suit of
I Wilar for the starched dollie have Just returned home from Pine Level was well attended season or a favorite skirt will takea Ifyou'd rather give them a hot moistened with orange Juice

horn hooked and crocheted rugs made noon.Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Kinchenof Apalachicola after a few days Sunday and many good houghts new lease on life with either this dish In place of the sandwiches Color peps up the lunch box. to E

make' odds!< and ends of materials Starke were visiting: Mr. and visit. were, brought out of the lesson youthful Jerkin or smart vestee. here' a simple but elegant one: occasionally pack a salad in a pa

ho, Interesting and useful gifts Mrs. Clyde Hall Tuesday afternoon Cleave Smith has returned to by L. L. Conner and H H. Lewis. You can make both of them with i Millionaire Gold. per container Use fresh fruits often t

fa make after We urge all who can to attend one simple pattern-and from rem- I (Serves 8)) or canned ones also packed in
a hooked rug you will his home in Jasper spendinga fabrlc-thu.
nant lengths of giving
'wed toniy I frame to hold the burlap MY. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey and while with his aunt, Mrs. JI ramie Sun'lay School because they don'trealize your wardrobe a big lift et practically I. 2 egg yolks small glass or paper container

stretched while you are children were visiting; Mr. and Woodard of this section.' what they are missing by no expense. The pattern Is Vi cup nourteaspoon Cornstarch puddings are attractiveand

lm stamped can buy your can Mrs. Wesley Pringle of Lake But- John Murrhee Is Improving after staying; away. easy to follow and you can make Vi mustard nourishing, and simple cookie

on burlap or you the week-end. hurt. He has moved Into Mrs. L. A. Crosby and childrenof both of these gay accessories in a 1V4 teaspoon salt wrapped in wax paper will bring
your ler over getting
own pattern. In child.
any few hours of sewing time. cheers from any
JJJbe sure that the burlap Is of Martin Hersey, Jr., Miss Gladys his new home In this section.Greenwood Rising were visiting the lat- Pattern No 8037 Is designed for 3 cup milk
quality and evenly. woven. If Hersey and Marjorie Hall were ter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. size 12 to 20. Size 14 jerkin takesHi Vi pound American cheese Economy; Is highlighted these
st USe odds and ends> of McRae Monday.Mr. Worcestershire sauce days, but it needn't be dull If you
W. materials. visitors In Lake Butler Saturday. yards of 35-Inch material or H 1 teaspoon

JJ1.*cutin theastrips foruhooking Mr*). Dan Loper and mother and Mrs David Kelly and yard of 94-inch. The vestee takes 1 pound mushroom use attractively!; garnished platter.
'lib By Minnie Lee Pringle :M t last 1 yard 35-inch material, H yard Chop Sue,. or Chow Meta
the Mrs. A. H. Kelsey were shoppingIn daughter, a m Ie. spent
straight of the
as 54-inch. (Serve 6)
h*.II I posilble.> avoiding acbias. If Starke Friday. (Items left over from our Issue week-end In Tampa with rela- Vt cup butter or shortening
ten are using stockings. cut them Mrs. L. G. Johns and son of November 21) tives. LYNN SAYS:
wlse i 2% cups cooked meat, cut in strips

med. Be sure rather to than begin round and finishMn.SJ and Brady were visitors week.in Grandin Mrs. Daisy Pringle and daugh- Mrs. W. D. McRae and daU1h-1 N.m.................................. Not only Is IV cups onions cut fine
i either' yarn or material Thursday of last ters. Misses Minnie Lee, Jewell ters Ethel and Hester Stop food wastes. 1 teaspoon salty

is ttae side' of the rug. cutting on Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Bumgartnerand and Clara Marie Pringle, and grandchildren. Bobble and Danny: Addre am.................... I this a matter of thrift but also a teaspoon pepper

keD ends the same length as the little daughter, Marcia. and daughter-l n-law, Mrs,, J. C. Phillips, all of Gainesville were vital step In conserving this coun 1 can bean sprouts drained

arena when the rug u finished. This Mr. and Mrs L. J. Wynn and Mr. Pringle were visiting Mrs R. S. visiting H. M. McRae and family' ...................................... try' resources. It I* estimatedthat 2Vi cups celery cut fine
lot the stitches from pulling and Mrs. Lester Kite were dinner Rosier Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Sunday afternoon. tiny food wastes total up to 1 cup hot water

lng Mother trick to hooked rug guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Miss Luclle Crosby of Sunny. N.me of p.per........................ a tremendous amount. Foe: thickening and flavoring:
fcuh. iaA line the rug after if* of last J. C. Prlngle Misses Jew- will prevent buyIng -
d. Wednesday night Wise shopping H cold water
D. May dinner of cup
lIIo.t twice lined rug will wear a1- ell, and Minnie Lee Pringle and Brook wan a guest ...&lera No......... ............. unwanted and not usable 2 tablespoons cornstarch
"* long al an unlined week. visiting Miss Misses, Vesta and Odessa McRae ,,
4 Mil burlap or a heavy ticking Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hersey and Clarice Rosier were : Sunday. ..ncl 15 unta In cotn, liar food. The wise shopper should 1 tablespoon soy sauce
children were visiting friends in Dottle Griffis Sunday afternoon. Miss Vesta McRae was visiting .ach palwm d..lr.dl to- also recognize between good and 1 teaspoon sugar

Lake Butler Saturday night. Miss Jewell Pringle and Mrs. J. her brother-in-law and sister Patricia Dow Patterns poor grades, by reading labels Melt butter add onions, fry for 3

Buddy* Mrs. Riser C Pringle spent Thursday night N. Y.TeR11f7E and markings and by watching minutes. Add celery, salt,
Bishop Honored MUs Ida Hagan and Mr and Mrs. A. F, Hall. In Jacksonville t08 W. nUl S'. New York i i pepper
were shopping in Starke Friday with Miss Dottle Griff Thursday of last week. the scales. hot water.cover and cook for 9: min
f Poor cooking cause much utes. Add bean sprouts and meat
krllarol my shrinks and to boil Combine
Mrs. H. D. May were : waste. Meat, for Instance, mix bring a
&nd Mrs. H. A. Bishop, of1Vke Mr. and visitors I n Gainesville ask for anything special Dear was visiting Miss Odessa McRae Eseees AcId causea when cooked at too high a tem- thickening and flavoring Ingredients

has been elected president business Santa you just pick out for mea Saturday I Stomach perature. Vitamins and minerals add to first mixture. Cook S min
K ""e sophomore Monday.LETTER. present that you think a jolly, There will be church servicesat e I :you pel"s t are lost when cooked too longor utes. Serve hot with Chinese noodles
class of Emory Ulcers Indlcwtlon.Bo.UngC.Hartbum.B .
or TO SANTA happy little girl like me would Pine Level Wednesday night. when air is stirred Into them for Chow Meln or with steam
k College at Oxford. Ga. He Tberesca. Fla Everybody welcome.SIIEAFFER'S .lchlnt.Nausea while cooking. Use short method sag rice for Chop suey. Garnish

din talclng a Prominent part In atu- Nov 1941 like.Very beat wishes to you for a get a free sample of UDCA for cooking whenever possi platter with thin strips of fried egg

t "Ivitlea. and Is a member Merry Christmas. SKRIP INK and a free latere Ung booklet at ble. and green onions If desired.
Santa: -
of Dear Your friend, Pta. .l i. and enjoy- ?
kmsn : varsity tennis and football I hope you're O. K., I love Mae Hall. COUNTY TELEGBAPII. CARt>ENTER'S DRUG STORE l
ing life. I go to school.






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Unusual Drama Von's Castle Lunch 'Birth Of The ('ICRY. Ruth ... ,
All W. O. W, members are be- Frank J. Gerdon Plaintiff vs. Lex Calvin HrowntPlinu
Vt Park Sunday F C Hotuns"worthcha.a rentedto Florida SoonThe Legion Recreation Center ing requested by the secretary Bertha. nerd n. Defendant. Case Case No. 1629, h tI.t.

Owen Vaughan the.B. J, Alder- is celebrating Thanksgiving by Lacy Conway, to attend the regu- N OtfAlSTt OF PITHMfATJION ORDER ANn N01'1'"I' PI'FlLIl Ai'I\
"Dr. .. ( : '
Interweaving a striking c o mnentary ever-popular thriller ANP NOTICE TO APP H8TATK "
Temple Ave, ATATJo
man building across Tuesday. 01' :,
and meeting on F ItlfrPy
lar monthly
having a musical program -OF FLORIDA to: Bertha Calvin / (
on Americanism with its I from the County Courthouse-the Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; in which for the boysin Dec 4, at which time the election Oerdon, 268 Hoyden Street, Woon- ..r. Cab Brown(''O"'I'U'I, dl .,t';
whinwlcal story of a man who I former site of the offices of Dr. spencer Tracy plays the first dual an Informal dance of officers for the year 1942 Hocket, Rhode eland Vlr/llnl./ ... '" V \\Vllorl'
old his 'soul to the devil and gotIt Service. Part of the activities You are required to appear on You
M B. Herlong. Mr. Vaughan role of his career, comes to the will be held. An oyster supper January 6th, 1942 In the above are relud
back again, "All That Money opened c e c e ntly "Von's Castle from the Center Is to furnish en- I will be enjoyed following the I II named Court and cause, wherein January named. Court 61h. 1 p4; ADp'h.
Florida Theatre Sunday for a seeks divorce Bradford slid
based the plaintiff .
Can Buy on Stephen uu.
Lunch, specializing in giant hamburgers tertainment at Camp Blanding, business session. I County Telegraph shall publlHh" I II. Illalntlrr seeks dl\"" ., and "
Vincent Benet story "The Devil and foot-long hot dogs." two-day run. I Chic Order In next four weekly minor t'hlld 1I.tOI'd, .. r,
at Telegraph
and, Daniel Webster" comes to Mrs. will be associatedwith excellent performance and this program will be given testis. In next shall puhll.h Thu.
Vaughan Tracy's four
Division Service Clubat First Ripe Berry Witness.my hand and official real Witness weekll j.......
the of the Park Theatre the 43rd
? screen him in business. dominates this exciting film bas at Starke, Fla. this Nov. J5, 1941. t my hand Ud ttlel"
Sunday with the advance reputa- 7 o'clock and again at the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1941.8tarke. Fla 1M' to day
Mr. Vaughan Is a native of Stevenson's the first of said Court 11.264t 11-lf ofa
ed on Robert Louis H. L. Garrett was AMClerk
\\ypn .at being one of the mostmemorable 8:30 for the JackMonvlllo, IOJo'FIClAr. 8FAL''
Legion Center. at : William 1> Morgan A.
he J.
Mich. where
Pontiac operatesa to bring a ripe strawberry A. Clerk nf T
farmer Kali
.' films-of recent year. classic tale of dual personality. This Is Fla, Atty. for Pit.ijr Robert. C"url II.U .
beach Lake Cass boys who come to town. C. Ieter
bathing on office this season. -
to the Telegraph JurkloIlYIII,.
Edward Arnold and Walter Admirable in his restraint, Tracyresorts first dance at the Cen- Atty for Plr.I .
the given
Huston share top honors In the Mrs Vaughan is a Tampan. They If the warm weather continues : eincriT COVRT. BRADFORD
remarkable story with Anne Shir- first came to Starke on Armistice to no gargantuat makeupto ter, and It Is expeced. to be a there will be lots of ripe ("OI'\I'I'' FLORIDA IN ('HA"c. ,-
1940 and lunch standIn denote transformation from the tig success. nY. I
ley and James Craig In the romantic Day ran a berries before long he Bays George Keller Hlckln. Plaintiff,
Darwell Dad Fender's Place on Temple good Dr. Jekyll Into the evil Mr. vs. Bessie' Mildred Hlrkln I>efen- WILLYS
leads and Jane ,
Avenue until April. They returned -: Hyde. With a minimum of facial Opens New Office dant. Case No. 1683.
Simone Simon Gene Lockhartand licccnt Births ORDER OF 1UBL.If'ATIOXANH
to Pontiac for the summer, horror the star achieves his per. NOTICE TO APPEAR The only full size
In the other ca
Qualen and came back to Starke this tonality change through changeof Dr. L. H. Jennings,- formerly STATE OF FLOIUOA tot Bessie
featured roles. Mr.\ and Mrs. Vernle Padgett Mildred Hlckln of 114 West Ninth carrying
time Armistice 1941. expression.One associated with Dr. W. E Middle a $10.00 |fleet
on Day Blxle Pat- Street Travern City I MU-hliran.I
The action Is laid in the 1840's Lawtey Nov. 14, girl,
On the north side of the buildIng of the big hits of the current I ton, this week opened his own You are required to appear on
In a New Hampshire community. I ricia; Mr, and Mrs. James Elijah January 61\\.., 1942, In the above tag for 1912
and Mrs. Melvin Olson "The Birth of theBlues" offices in the small wooden build
Mr -
season named Court and cause, eln
Jabes Stone, a young and newly- doer Starke, Nov 16: boy.
' are operating the Gladys Photo starring Bing Crosby and ing that was recently moved from nlalnllft seeks divorce Bradford
married farmer, discouraged with and Mrs Grover' Cleveland shall publish
Shop also employing Miss Marie Mary Martin, will be shown at the lot adjoining the Starke Mr. four weekly
his continued bad luck,
unexpect-I Swartzman. Mr. Olson and Miss the Florida next Tuesday, Wed- Hotel and now stands between Dunn Hellbronn Springs, Nov. I.narAr RICHARD & HAMIT
edly encounters The -Ann" Mr. and official seal
22 girl, "Rosalynne ;
Swartzman are from Meadvllle, nesday and Thursday. This song- Judge Ferryman's home and Call Nov 2B. 11141.
known as Mr. TlhlH
: Pa., while Mrs. Olson Is a nativeof studded drama tells the tuneful St. and Mrs. Richard Lewis demons, A .r m lTS Starke DealersThanksgiving
'cratch agrees to give Jabez Nov. 24. Starke girl. AH Clerk of' said Court 11-2S 4t
Mount Dora. of the rise of the popular
serythlng that money can buy story William D. Morgan, Jackaonvllle,I
musical style known as "blues." Thurston School PTA I II Fla Atty. for Plf.
or the next seven year. in .re- Will Grade StreetsAs iv ('lne's'i'r roi IIT, III''D''OUO _
1'dr .urn for his soul. "That Hamilton Woman star I (01'1'' FLORIDA I* "'11.\\1: -
Vivien and Lawrence Thurston colored school P.-T. A. t'.::11 v.
ring Leigh
ThU III the beginning of the Promised Crystal. Modavern., Plaintiff. v...
I young farmer/s/ financial progress. Olivier, Is the film fare offered at held Its regular monthly meeting Maxwell. D. McUavern, Defendant Dinner

A protege of Mr. Scratch's, Belle, The City Council voted last the Ritz Theatre Sunday and Monday, Nov. 17, at 8:00: P. M. (CBB. No. 1618.OKDICK ".*" PUBLICATION

wins him away from hie wife. week to clear and grade, cer- Monday. Miss Leigh Is, of'cour e, With the president Rev. Raphael ANn NOTICE TO APPKAM TURKEY AND ALL THE TRIMMING
But aa the aeven-year period tain streets for A. J. Thomas the fascinating Lady Hamilton, Perry presiding. Following prayerby STATE OF FLORIDA to: Maxwell -
D. McUavern rare of F, Mc-
draw. to an end. Jabez begins to and W A. Gay In exchange for whose captivating beauty was Mellonease Taylor, teacher the (}raw & Company Hamilton Bermuda. Pumpkin Pie

worry about his bargain. In despair certain property which has already Idealized on canvass 40 times by meeting was opened for bUBlnesB.I . .

he appeals to hla wife and been deeded for right-of- the great portrait painter, Rom- I Plans were made and discussed January You are 6th.required. 1942, In to the appear above on andGinger _

ahe lays the case before Daniel way for Road 261 and borrow ney. Laurence Olivier Is seen In for the addition of a lunch room named Court and cause, wherein

Webster. Webster demands a* jury pits. This was promised several the role of Lord Nelson. hero of It was moved and' seconded that plaintiff of child.nepk Bradford divorce County and custody Telegraph -I Bread

but to Trafalgar. each patron pay $2.50 for purchasing shall publish this Order In
trial and Mr. Scratch summons up months ago owing a combination 4 Mr
next four weekly ln uen.Witness I
the Jury: Benedict Arnold, Simon of circumstances it had more land for the school mv hand. and official seal ANN & HARRYS SnnedFamily

i Glrty, Captain Kldd and others of never been done. Lawtey MethodistThe campus.It at Htarke Fla.. this Nov 25, 1941.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomanAs Across From Courthouse
their ilk-traitors, murderers, This time a motion was made I was urged that all patrons Clerk of Bald Court 11-2841 (11-1 Style
scoundrels, all. Webster makes and duly carried to the effect Rev Herbert Hazzard, pastor I a.Uend'the next meeting December Louis 8. Joel, Jacksonville, Fla.

1( an Impassioned plea In behalf of, that the chairman of the Street : of the Law tey Methodist' 1, 1941 and cooperate with Atty for PIt.
Jabez and so moves the jurymenthat Committee ask for bids on the Church, announces the following I I I the program. -

they tear up, the contractand work and get It done. Mr. Thomas program for Sunday: Bible School Altemeaae Chandler II* CIRCfIT roI'KT. BRADFORD
acquit,Ja.bez, who,hastens to and Mr. Gay, who appeared before 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. Reporter. CKBV. INSURANCE. AND, = BOND ;

make amends for his P8lltJ.Af'nold'i the, Council went away assured m.,' subject: "A' Changed Life." Myrtle Frank: M.V. .Barchard Rarchard, Plaintiff Defendant.Ca.e vs. MU

performance as ,t h e that the work would go. forwardat Evening Worship 730 p. m.. subject Mormon .SpeakerElder : No..,16JO. I lUP wHAROLD

syyer-tongued'' \ lbRt r )Ji a' said to once." : "A Saved Man." Alvin. Lewis ''AND ORDER NOTICES*>F' PUBLICATION-APPEAR C WALL AGENCY

be-his finest one' to date,'while will play the accordlanv? George Albert Smith ,of 'STATB'! : Oil! FLORIDA tor-Myrtle'
Huston'portrays>the unctuous Mr L':' Ei Bobzin. Returns'The Salt Lake City"ytah,.a. memberof M. Bart:Hardio Fotey, Alabama.You .
Scratch in brilliant style .f ,: a' Leases Night 'Club the i Council of Twelve"of, the are requfned.to; '\n appear on '
6th., the'.above
.. new Inclosed popcorn stand Church, 'of Jesus Christ of La January named Jourt .and 1942. cause, wherein *> ,Constant Service Over 50 Years

at'the corner'of Call and Thomp.8OI'f".treetli' James Patrny'has; leaned to' R.Slelghton .,.ter-day ,Salnt l\.y.1H g pea k at I plalhtlrf:' p ef kii ehall'publlsh dford ,.
County TeleKmeli this '
CLASSIFIEDFQSALEChrykdtiih'enuima belongs to an "old- ,.'of MIamr the,'B ,lve' ttSrea jSarvlces Suflday lor;.the Jack,I'Order In next four weekly tsuen.Wtln .
; ', tiMer," L. 'Ei- Bobzin, of Tampa; dere ,Cubrrear. : Keystone Heights sonVllleic; ty-anch church; corner' _N mv hand and official seal Please ,Phone 146: J ''Stark
: :: inDote Iowa Mr.. .Bobzin I arrived In lit Stru-hs.! JI-lH. this Nov 25. <,194l.OPKK'IAK ?
: on RIadIIS.,' The Club will open Copeland'and Par"-'etreeta, at 10] SKAr.K! ('A.' J. Thomas N r ..
now.ln bloom. Alpo other Starke'last 'week, after an absence Decembe.. 1, Mr: --Pa tray. announced .a. 'in:)i';.2.p. 'm., anHfR'111:{' p As CH-rk of said Court U-28 4t 12-19
'John Ujf- Richard. O. Sutton..Ja onvllle,
plan'ts.-Mrs. '
,potted of several years' Tuesday '. 't-.. -IAd'V.J!.. ',. A tIr' ,
St. Starke. _..'/' : .,.. ma, Aff.$ fpr Plf. 1' 1e >
low. Lafayette lip 11 He fh'It'' came here in-1924'and
bought a 21>'-aCre farm two and a Mc < ..
FOR. SAL.m.u:- lao AcrlI.n near V >f
half miles northeast of town.-. 'a
tarke 1-4 mile lake front '
; ; '
stayed until 1929, and then bobbed
good bathing: ah4 flshlng; Also!
back and forth between FlorIda -

on paved highway. Ttrmn.' C and Iowa utjtll now he has TRAINING
A Futch ltp
"come to stay. He has spent

C-OR SALE-market outfit.. ,1 g- about eight years In Starke"011! .
fool meat cane and tray"; 1 many '
r.k '.M4a..
Steiner market scale;'1 Steiner fact that his stand Is In the same > .. v

sausage XnlU. AH }for' $800. See location now that it was when lid -

.7.D. Hojaiva322,N-.T agnolU! first opened uj> here In 1980. fh"t t II-W""rtL'

Ocala Fla. t 11-21 2tp Starke'When' "boom"asked 11f'that it4waa broUght. not'him the _

FOR ALE- 20 acres claared and back, lie voiced a 'distinct negative "- -
rested land 'with 1fotr,| room reply, stating that out In .: b

cottage on graded road south Iowa he could run bIll business _

of Hampton.. Write. Mrs. D. M only six months out of the year ,

'Rule. Waldo.; 11-14. 4tp while in Florida- the "land of $150002rYOti

flower and sunshine"-he could e
FOR RKNT-One large six-room ;
stay' open the year round I '
v house .!With. Jjpt tyid cold,water ** ,
%* a
VA.IBJO tWo furnished cablna. C, .
foreign ;
Sees ; ServiceJoe ',
R. Whltohead. Lawtey Fla. tf __ :t.'t, -+, M i
.f {
Lambe brother of Miss 'l' __ WANT ahead to swrWyourcourUry.to build
FOR RENT Pat ________ to get fat '
Beautiful Lake home, 4 bedroom Lambe, 'joined the Royal Cana- l \ a good-paying future..hen the opportunity yOU"flA'l

*. dian army-Oth Canadian (Arm ( rl" been waiting for.

broom and bath bungalow at ored) Division year ago, and MI IV" The U. S. Navy may.train you to become an expert in any one
"is' now administrative officer I 'II' tJ of nearly 5O skilled field Each: 'month, over 6000 new men will

Lawtey.4-room furnished farm house at for one of the service corps companies ( r- ,, p"rrEXi'Efd I / be seat to a Navy Service School where you can leant to rf:1:

," according to a clipping: 4 it Dieeel engine operator, machinist, aviation mechanic, .
Hampton, M
$-room log cabin near Farmers' from a Canadian newspaper, __ A M _IA )1l photographer,radio operator,or specialized work you'reN
Market.W. which showed Captain Lambe (,IW" d "" beat fitted for. This first year's training which you get is worth

T. CLUTK, REALTOR astride his motorcycle. He sailed lVWj. at least $1600. _
.* Across From the Bank for England November 2, Miss s A V1o The Navy foot the entire bfll. You earn while you learn. In

1 Lambe said Wednesday. The IN AND fact it i, possible for an.enlisted man to earn up to $126 perM

I"URNISHJCl" COT T A 0 JI1 ti OO newspaper played him up as a t d6IltwV month-WIth keep.

Lake Santa Fe. 5 mile east of professional hockey player stating 6: /,. 4 You'll have plenty oho opportunity advancement in position

Waldo. Electric lights, running that he had "put In 11 years : ,lY"l M'I and pay-and yo,,'" hoot fun whiU you.learn You'll: coma: out of
water. Inquire Lewis with the National Hockey League. ;,,J ;000, the Navy fully prepared to take on a good job in private mdu trjr-

Jewelry Co., Gainesville, Fla: And if you want to stay in the Service, you can go right: to the
U Jacobs Seriously IIIB. A top and retireat the end. of 20 years or 30 yeaiV"witn a liberal

C Y ... monthly income.

LIGHT HOUSEKEEPINGROOMS Jacobs was rushed to St. c. H It." V'Y 0'1 can choose now between the regulars or.the reserves. Both

Adults only.-Mrs, Vincent's Hospital Jacksonville offer equal opportunities for advancement .
W H. Struth Starke. ,'?. ''It.
lip : ,
early Monday morning after what ; p.

WANTED local physicians described as a
TO RENT 3-room
furnished apartment In Starke: cerebral hemorrhage, or light i Get'this FREE BOOKLET

2 adults, 1.child, S years old. paralytic stroke according to his

Employed permanently Can daughter Gainesville.Mrs.While Jack he Williams was ,un-of LOOK WHAT THE U. S. NAVY AND Mail'coupon for your free

pay $35 month. Address P. O. copy of 'Life in the U. S.
Box 62. Starke. able to speak early Monday, Mrs NAVAL RESERVE Navy" 24 illustrated pages.Telia o
Williams reported that before the what pay, promotions, VNT
WANTED-Large wood heater. day was over his condition seem- and vacations you can expect bq

Ii ordan'a Hotel Court. Route ed to be Improved. Mrs. Williams FREE TRAINING worth $1500. Nearly uv ROn FINEST SPORTS and entertainment any how you can retire on a

2| Box 296. Starke. Itp In the Is absence in charge of both of the Mr.store and trades and vocations to choose from. man could ask for. life you can income.learn Describes any of 45 how big-

BOARD WANTED-Working Mrs. Jacobs GOOD PAY with regular increases. You may becomeofficere.27scenesearn

mother wants board In private up to $126 a month. beat TRAVELADVENTURETNRILLS-Youcan't the Navy for them! from Navy life showings
home for small child. Must be
You entitled rte and games you may -/Tr
are a generous vacation tmeo&
patient and fond of children. play exciting ports visit. Tells
Elizabeth Barr, care General period, with full pay, each year. BECOME AN OFFICER. Many can work for requirements aid where you to may apply. It you are between*

Delivery, Starke. lip : DESCENDINGA GOOD FOOD and plenty of it. an appointment to the Naval Academy or 17 and 31 (no high school ree the Annapolis of the Air at Pensacola. now.obligation. Ask the Navy Editor! of this paperfor

LADIES AND GENTLEMENWANTED CLIFF FREE CLOTHING. A complete outfit of a copy. telephone him. Or mail him the coupon-?

to act as sales clerks clothing when you first enlist. (Over $100 FUTURE SUCCESS.It'seas) for N!vy-trained You can pasta it on a penny postal card.

In the V, F. W. Amusement WITHOUTA worth.) men to get good-paying jobs in civil life. after
Center (settled and married WEAR THIS BADGE OF HONOR! If

ladles preferred). No experience LIFELINEIs FREE MEDICAL CARE including regular LIBERAL RETIREMENT-PAY for regular reading the free booklet you deciui.111 w

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P. M. to 11 P. M. nightly. Four receive this amar lapel-emblem. .
bourse work good pay. See PhilP. like driving ,without badge of honor you will be proud to I wAre

Vltake General Manager, at

W U. Tel. Co.. Starke, Fla., 11 Automobile Insurance. 4 ,

: A. M. mornings and 8 P. M. Buy good Automobile you considering Joining a military service? i ----- --------I
for further details and
evenings i Tear out and take or send this coupon =
Information. lip Insurance NOWI WHY NOT CHOOSE THE NAVAL RESERVE I "l1 I
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.LOST -Leather wallet\ containing Don't wait. ChooM the Naval Reserve regardless of the of time remaining

Denmark Furniture Co., papersIn now. The Secretary of the Navy has anin their enlistment." Without any obligation on my part whatioe vel',: I
Charley E. Johns nounced: MAll men now enlisting in the Remember-the regular Navy and "Life in the pLvy,
pleaaa send free booklet .
Lawtey area, Tuesday Naval Ileserve will be retained on active Naval Ileserve o.fI'eryotl the sam travel m. 'a
Finder' please return to Den- Agency Navy duty throughout the period of thenational training,promotion,paY1nera_. Phys giving full details about the opportuniM
mark Furniture Co., Starke. emergency, but they will be ical requirements in the Naval Reserve men in the Navy or Naval Ileaerve.
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